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Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, February 15, 1934
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FOUR MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE FEBRUARY 15 1934E MANY ADULTS IN IOWA'S SCHOOLS Yocational Education Now Is Held in 90 Cities of State. DES MOINES, Feb. 15. (A'l-- Iowa adults are going back to school to study agriculture, to learn a trade and to experiment with new homemaking methods. Ninety towns and cities in the state are maintaining regular adult vocational education classes this year, F. E. Moore, director of the Iowa Board for Vocational education, reported today. The adult programs vary, Moore said, from single unit classes in the smaller communities to more extensive programs of several classes in larger cities. Farm Classes Popular. Agricultural classes, he reported, are providing instruction in economics, farm management, farm mechanics, feeds and feeding, soils and legumes and other subjects dealing with economical production of livestock. Because of the recovery program and recent farm distress, the agricultural economics and farm managements classes are most popular. In the largest towns, an apparent increase in demands for vocational classes was noted. Drafting, indus- trial chemistry, shop mathematics, 5lue print reading, electrical science, machine shop practice, exyacetylene welding, carpentry and mill work, are some of the subjects offered. Study Homemaklng Problem. Vocational homemaking classes for adult women are being maintained in both rural and urban communities. Household art, economy problems, and courses in personal ind family health are included with the customary instruction in foods and clothing and home management. These classes for adults, Moore said, are maintained by local public schools in co-operation with the state board. Regular federal vocational education funds are used to pay half the teaching costs. Provide Employment. In addition to the regular adult vocational classes, a large number of emergency educational programs have been established with the use of federal emergency relief funds. The emergency classes, Moore pointed out, furnish employment to needy teachers, provide opportunity for many adults to receive practical instruction in the art of making a living. Buy Hay for Deer. BOONE, Feb. 15. -T)--Fourteen, deer which roam at large through the Ledges State Park near here have been saved from possible starvation by the Boone County Sportsmen's club. Eight bales of alfalfa hay, the main item of doers' diet, have been purchased by the sportsmen for distribution. Announce Schedule at Des Moines for Army's Mail Planes DES MOINES, Feb. 15. (^--Local postal officials have announced the following schedule for arrival of army airmail planes at the Des Moines airport, effective at midnight Monday: Easlbound--11:20 a. m., 4:40 p. m., 11:05 p. m. Westbound--6:30 a. m., 10:50 a. m., 9:20 p. m. The scheduled departure time in each case is 15 minutes after the arrival time. FILMDOM'S NEW BEAUTY CROP St. Ansgar Declamatory Place Winners Are Named ST. ANSGAR, Feb. 15.--The home declamatory contest was held Tuesday evening with the following winners in order of ranking: Oratorical, Jerry Lund, James McCulla; dramatic, Viola Baldner, Gladys Kleinwort; humorous, Tom Moon, Paul Wold. Judges were R. E. Nyquist, Mrs. F. M. Humphrey and Mrs. Roy Cerney of Mason City. Given Farewen Party. FLOYD--The Royal Neighbors sponsored a party in their hall Thursday for two of their menibers, Mrs. H. M. Russell and Mrs. Dowd, who are moving away. Mrs. Russell is moving to a farm near Charles City and the Dowd family to a farm they purchased near Nashua. HOW TO MAKE 2 CLOTHES LAST 3 TIMES LONGER i lHATfc BECAUSE IT ) HAS NEVER BEEN / SCRUBBED. YOO SEE,// i USE RINSO, IT ; SOAKS OUT DIRT/,' IT LOOKS AS THOUGH IT HAS NEVER BEEN,/: LAUNDERED (WHAT A IOVELY ClOTH! ^n IS IT NEW? (GRACIOUS,NO! I'VE ? HAD IT FOR YEARS HOT SCRUBBEO-YFT .IT'S 40RS SHADES , . WHITER THftNMY (UNHjS EVER ARE| OH, RINSO'S MARVELOUS! I USE IT FOR DISHES, TOO -- AND ALL CLEANING S TOP abusing youi clothes every washdiy. Use Rinso! Gently it soaks out dirt--saves scrubbing and boiling-- ehtba fait 2 or 3 lima longer. You'JJ save lots of money. Makers of 40 famous washers fecommendRinso. It is tested and approved by Good Housekeeping Institute. Gives rich, lasting suds -- tutu in bardcst vatir. Wonderful suds fot ill cleaning. Soeasyoathchandsl Get Rinso i at your gtocet's todny. 3 AMERICA'S BIGGEST-SELLING PACKAGE SOAP FOft YfcAfcS WE HAVE BUN KNOWN AS QUALITY HEADQUARTERS Everything you buy at Currie-Van Ness Co. is the utmost in Quality and Value . . . for instance voss WASHER Combination Offer now j on Washer and Tubs .95 DELTA TOOLS At Factory Prices Less Freight These Nationally Known j ' TO Brands are a guarantee ' L _ ^ , of satisfaction. IT'S; THRIFTY 8 Tube Cabinet Model . Complete Johnson's Floor Wax Pound 59c : Our Customers get more _/ for their money because they buy Quality! We sell and recommend: Atkins Saws, Bissel S^veepel·s, Community Plate Silverware, Eveready Flashlights and' Batteries, Griswold Hollowarc, Hanson Bath Scales, Lowe Bros. Paints, Moore's Circulating Heaters, Mirro Aluminumware, Pennsylvania Lawn Mowers, Remington Guns and Cutlery, Stanley Tools, Westinghouse Electric Refrigerators, Yale Locks and dozens of other standard, quality brands! CURRIE-VAN NESS CO. Loans to Schools Top Traveling Library for Iowa, Secretary Says BES MOINES, Feb. 15. JP)--Loans to schools topped the total for the state's traveling library in 1933, Julia A. Robinson, executive secretary of the Iowa Library commis-' sion, reported today. Schools obtained 53,507 loans of books, Miss Robinson said. Individual borrowers were next with 19,752 books borrowed during the year. Including public libraries, study clubs, communities and books for the blind, the commission made a total of 113,178 loans during the year. The figure is approximately four times that in 1913, 20 years ago. Commenting on a decrease in requests from public libraries, Miss Robinson remarked: "This probably grows out of the fact that libraries are now better able to take care of themselves and traveling; library loans to them arc largely for reference work in few -volumes." White the total of 113,178 for the year is for loans made, Miss Robin- sou said, the circulation probably was much larger. Books borrowed by individuals often are read by several persons before their return, she pointed out. Likewise books loaned to schools are passed around to several individuals. JOE DANIELS . Chamois Genuine Oil-Tan I Wool Sponge Special price ... It wouldn't appear thut there is any shortage ot pulchritude in Hollywood, hut Enri Carroll, theatrical producer, viewed scores of applicants for a new show before he picked these seven. Left to right, from top to bottom: Blanche McDonald and Gladys Young; Zumocta Garnctt, Iris Lancaster and Inez Howard; Dinne Hunter and Billy Huber. (Associated Press photo.) A Chicago woman left 53,000 in her will to a puppy, which seems to bear out Senator Glass' contention that the country's currency is going to the dogs--Norfolk Ledger-Dispatch. Here and There Attends Hardware Convention KANAWHA--Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Gorton left yesterday for Des Moines where Mr. Gorton is attending a hardware dealers' convention. Play Given at Club. CRYSTAL LAKE--The Linden Ladies' club met Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Tom Bakke and the house was filled to capacity. A play, "The Blue Teapot," was put on by some of the members which included Mrs. Emory Enderson, Mrs. Alfred Hagcn, Mrs. Lee Cottington and Alma Gerties. Visit In Iowa City. WHITTEMORE--Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kallasch and Mr. and Mrs. August Elbert went to Iowa City Waivers Are Sent to Farm Savings Bank at Joice for New Plan JOICE, Feb. 15.--The Farmer's Savings bank has been operating under the law known as Senate File No. 1H since it opened after the general closing on March 4, 1933. Three weeks ago the state banking department sent out a man to investigate and -ascertain requirements in the town o£ Joice. After three weeks' work, he reported to the state banking department and recommended the release of a certain per cent of the deposits in this bank, the remainder to be placed in a trust with the balance of the assets oC the bank which would be liquidated aa soon as pos- Goodsell Hatchery Opens. DtJMONT, Feb. 15.--The Goodell hatchery, operated by Mrs. C. A. Goodsell, opened today when the irat incubator of 10,000 capacity vill be filled. She will start two other incubators of the same ca- acity soon and will operate a iranch hatchery at AHison. Tuesday to see Mrs. Schrier at the hospital. Late Tuesday evening O. J. Kaschwitter received word that Mrs. Schrier was to be operated on Wednesday morning, so he and Richard Kaschmitter of Whittemore, John of Alton and Henry of Sheldon left to be there for the operation. Mrs. Mowers Recovering. NORTHWOOD--Mrs. Lloyd W. lowers of Barton township ia slow- y recovering from a severe attack f arthritis from which she has suffered for the past two weeks or more. She was confined to her bed 'or more than 10 days. She will submit to an operation for removal of ner tonsils in the near future to reeve the cause of her recent illness. Mrs. Andern. Hostess. SPILLVILLE--Mrs. C. J: Andera was hostess to the Jolly Sixteen club at her home. Prizes in 500 were won by Mrs. Gilbert Haatvedt, Mrs. A. A. Novak and Mrs. F T. Kapinos. Luncheon closed the so cial evening. Condition Slightly Improved. CALMAR--The condition of Sig vard Kittlespy, who has been scri ousiy ill the past week with paeu monia, is slightly improved. Leave for Kansas. KANAWHA--John Hovland. Nel A. Nelson and Fred Prelip left yesterday morning for Kansas l vher they are on business connected with the Kanawha Oil company of which Mr. Hovland is the manager and Mr. Nelson and Mr. Prelip are directors. Daughter Is Born. LONBROCK--A girl was born to Dr. and Mrs. Miller of Fenton at the Supt. H. A. Raymond home in Seneca, Tuesday. Begin Last Semester. WHITTEMORE--John Cullen and Edward Fandel left for St. Paul to begin the last semester of their year's work at St. Paul seminary. 40 Couples at Party. MANLY--About -10 couples attended the dance held by the Midnight dance club at the I. O. O. F. hall Tuesday night. Couples from Grafton, Bolan, Mason City, Kensett, Northwood and Manly were present. The entertainment committee included Mr. and Mrs. Harry Daughn, Grafton; Dr. and Mrs. Fitzgerald and Mr. and Mrs. John Gallagher, Mason City, and Mr. and Mrs. William Connors, Manly. Mrs. Logcmann Improves. MELTONVILLE--Mrs. John Lo- gcmann of Northwood, who has been very ill the last two weeks at the home of her son, Fred, north of here, is greatly improver]. Another son. Barney, has ulso bo^n II!, but is improving. Home From Hospital. RUDD--Mrs. Albert Decker was brought home from the Cedar Valley hospital Wednesday. W. H. Baker 111. KANAWHA--W. H. Baker is seriously ill at the home of his daughter,'Mrs. Archie. Ames. Are Parents of Daughter, WHITTEMORE--Mr. and Mrs. Ed Maahs are parents of a girl. This is their second girl. They have three boys. sible and distributed among the depositors. Each depositor has been sent a waiver which reada to this effect and the sooner these are singed the sooner the depositors will be released. The bank considered it safe to state that by this agreement, interest can ba paid at 4 per cent on all certificates of deposit up to Sept. 1,1933. Cnticura Soap Jl scientific soap that solves skin problems IF you aro troubled with pimples, rashes,rough or blolchy skin you owe it to yourself to try C«tlcur» Soap. Delicately medicated end gcntlycmollient,itnctaii»n protection to the skin and as a preventive of okia troubles. Start using Cutlcurn SonpnowandEcehowmuchitlielps, lVrt« tar ifffial folder on WJA the can oflha itin jK Address: "Cutlcurn," Dtpt-lOG. «S£ Maiden. Mass. TODAY It's Thrifty to Buy Quality QUALITY has always been our motto Get to Knot* Money Savers at Goodyear Headquarters GOODYEAR Friction Tape JULIUS ESTESS, Manager Of course you've looked at "Vogue" and other fashion reports, but have you actually seen the Off the Face Turbans Shovel Brims Sailors Wind Blown Styles New Spring Hats Palais Royal presents them to Mason City $2-95 Others $1.95 to §7.50 Balli Buntles - Bakus Visco Cloths - Crystallites The Season's Newest Colors All Head Sizes QUALITY ALWAYS 5c GOODYEAR Jl.25 BICYCLE TIKES .. 49c 29c 35 and Goodyear Fan Belts «J»t* up Radiator Hose, Rubber Mallets, Vulcanizing Cement, Running Board Treads. Pedal Pads, set 89c "Daniels has a modern Battery department. When your motor won't start, just call and I'll be over." TREATED DUST CLOTH 50c val. -I AC lor 19 C Now's the Time to BUY TIRES! You may never be ublc to buy them again nt such low prices as these. Get now Gooilyenrs--they GRIP the road. GOODYEAR Speedways Built with Supertwist Cord Lifetime Guaranteed 3 0 x S V i §4.00 14.15-19 $5.30 4.40-21 Si.IO J 5.00-19 . S5.G5 4.50-20 54.70 j 5.25-21 56.00 All other sizes priced proportionately low Speedway Inner Tubes $1.07 up 5 Tulse Radio Long nnd short wave length. Big set performance. Alrplime dial. tf" 1 Q A C Regular S30 set lor J 1 «7»«70 Trade in your ol(J tires for GOODYEAR ill-Weathers Flashlight re Butteries . .. «J Penetrating -1 Qc Oil \'i pt. .. 1 J GOODYEAR FACTORY THAINED MEN Vulcanize your ilren ut Daniels. Most dependable n ft t v j Jse. 1'rlces arc rlgTit. " PORTABLE RADIO Built-in aeriul. Long and short w a v e length. R e g u l a r $ 3 0 % . $21.95 You can save money on your Auto needs at Joe Daniels . . GOODYEAR headquarters. High quality merchandise specially priced. Radiator Cleaner 50c nc Capsule .... «/ .29° Wlro wheel OQ brushes ... £*f GOODYEAR Floor Mats AII ft AC Rubber Felt Back 99' [.98 Goodyear Auto Polish fiQr value « ·/ \, And 25c Polishing Cloth FREE SALE OF $ and up These tires were taken in on new Gootlyears. We have other sl/.cs besides the ones listed here. 4.50-20 4.75-10 4.75-20 5.00-19 B.00-20 5.25-17 5.25-18 r.58-18 5.50-19 G.flO-16 6.00-18 7.00-18 Exceptionally clear £ f% g\ Q C "'l «t ·C^i' 13 tone. Installed while you wait. «/ GOODYEAR Spark Plugs Installed each fS in sets 9I Knell (3c Top dressing, extra heavy. Pint 3!)c. Vi pint 29c Goodyear GOODYEAR TUBE REPAIR KIT 2ac Value for 15c If you can't dig up the money, buy on Easy Terms low as 50c a week Ptnc can C Q - I A Vint, SI value D U C | 60c val. TUBE REPAIR kit. Special price 9c J£IM AND giis- ket shellac, Oc Stou-n-lciik 75c si7.c nt 20c 35c size at 19c GOODYEAR RBLANCB TIRES 4.50-20 §8.89 4.75-19 §3.98 Fully Guaranteed 13 PLATE BATTERY Fully guaranteed. Genuine hard rubber case. Exchange (f«« QP price ip«i»»'0 DANIELS 'MASTER SERVICE STATION Don't Cuss COO Corner First Street S. W, Fone Us Don't Cuss Fone Us ... nnd Washington Avenue GOODYEAR WAREHOUSE Corner 2nd St. N. E. and Del. Ave.--S. of New J'ostofflce

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