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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 21

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, February 5, 1931
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FEBRUARY 5 1931 CITY Gl.OBE-OAZETTE 21 HONOR STUDENTS -. ' HEAR COWLING HOLLAND'S NEXT QUEEN TO WED GERMAN PRINCE? (C'linllruril I'nini \'a~». 1«. fcidcnts all progress which has been made for the race has been the result of intelligence. We, who are 50 years of age, have seen more changes in life about us than men jjin any other period." _ 5 As an example oE this, Dr. Cowl | ? ing pointed out the developments in the field of science. Freedom of thinking, he said, is being encouraged. The efforts of some legislatures to regulate freedom of thot were insignificant in the general trend. Studied uena Languages. Dr. Cowling said that he was glad he was obliged to study Latin for seven years, Greek for five years and Hebrew for throe years, for these provided a good discipline ancJ . training for his mind. Mental training, he believed, was an essential in learning to think. "The second thing I want to stress," Dr. Cowling continued, "is that you should have a working Dhilosophy of life -- have faith in yourself. Youth is frequently criti- cised, as is true In all generations, for having.conceit. This is not true, In fact, the difficulty is that too many lack faith in themselves." Dr. Cowling- urged his hearers t have faith in people. He said thiit altho he did not know whether General Butler was right or wrong in his statement about Mussolini but he did believe if the fact was true, it was a wrong concept of government. Government is for the people, not the people for the government. Freedom of thinking, he said, should be legitimate. Then it is constructive. In Chjirero of Program. H. E. Hanson and S. L. Rviglani! were in charge of the program. Guests of the club were B. F. Swish er, Waterloo, president of the Un varsity of Iowa alumni association ! Supt. R. 1 B. Irons, Willis G. C. Baley, president of the board of etUi cation, and Tommy D. Priest, vicn principal. Music on tlio program was furnished by a sextet consisting nl Maxine Bierman, Alice Sheffler, Esther Stbrcr, Catherine Curtiss, Betty Scnneff and Marlys Taylor-wiUi Margaret Hanson as accompanist A cornet trio, composed of Robert Bagley, Charles Starr, and Paul Kutzner played with Frank Piersol tit the piano. Dr. Cov:'.ing was introduced by H. E. Hanson, who pointed out that in the 20 years he had been president of Carleton college he had developed it from an institution of 300 students to 1,000 in enrollment and an outstanding liberal arts college in the middle west. Carleton college, Mr. Hanson continued, had been selected as the liberal arts college in the United Stales to receive .,- ' a second award of 51,000,000 from the general education board. StuUsnls I/istatl. I'hoto shows the historical Cnstle Erlach at Schoenberfi, Hesse, Germany^ Hie home of Prince William von Erbach-Sehoenberfr,, descendant of Charlemagne, ivho is named as a prospective fl- iincn of Princess ,TnHima, ri^ht, heir to the throne of the Notherlumls. The prince, who is 2(5, is now studying forestry at Ussnover. En^uKcmcnt announcement is (ix|RelL-(l when he graduates in .lunc. G8EEXPECTS RKET CHANGE x pi a ins Stabilization of Wheat Price May Have to Be Abandoned. MISMARCK, N. Dak., Feb. 5. .T, --The prospect that the grain stnb- lization .corporation must abandon ts artificial rmintenance of the :iomcstic wh»at market tmlosv Ameriean growers sharply reduce acreage, was outlined today to Governor Shafsr by Chairman Legge o! the farm board. . Since mid-November, the corpnr p.tion h:is held domestic jvicor above the world level. The chairman reviewed in a lette in evcr-incrcpiing world production to more than 20 per cent in rocen years without a corresponding in crease in consuming demand. TJnl?ss American growers can se tlnir way clear to production 0 wheat on a scale pei'mitting disposi tion of prospective holdings of 20. Ton nno bn^hnls of farm board when at the end of this marketing season. I.cirfe wrote, stabilization effort? "will have to be abandoned." P. blice Locate Burglar Suspect Beneath Bed CEDAR RAPIDS, Feb. 5. (.T).-Oren D. Smith, 25, n former convict, was charged with burglary ifter police pulled him from under i bed at the home of Dr. Gertrude Broeksmit last night. Smith tried to convince officers he was intoxicated, jut police, using a stomach pump, could find no trace of alcohol. FRAUD Suspension Investigation Discloses U. S. Bank Funds Astray. NEW YORK, Fell. 5. .T--The first direct charges of fraud in the operation of the Bank of United States echoed thru two investiga- tions into its suspension today. Max D. Steuer, state and county nquisitor, declared yesterday in examining the bank's officials that they had diverted substantial funds in the form of loans to subsidiaries. Going before the grand jury later, he offered evidence which it was believed would result in indictments jhortly. Questioning Henry W. Pollock, vice president, and Saul Singer, executive vice president, Steuer Charged specifically that Edmund Wright, another vice president, had. illegally borrowed $17,000 from the batik thru the York Investing corporation. . There isn't much to insnire the formation of a third party when one observes how the two veterans are livin.rj from hand to mouth.--Ohio State Jcurnal. Schultz, Thelma Scarle, E,etty Senneff, Kathlyn Simmons, ljuth Steirj- berg. .Dick Stevens, James Stinehart, Yvonne Stoddard,, Ethel jtokes, Esther Storer, Harriett Jtubbs, Charles Sutcliffe, Lucile oweet, Jean Swift, John Taylor, I/Iariys Taylor, Jeanne Temple, Idris Thomas, 'Ursula Thomas, Margaret Thompson, George Tice, Lois ,'rindle, Margaret Vaughn, Cather' p .ie Webster, Joyce Winter, Edward /oculward, Rheon Woodward, Elsie -otter and Gentry Gregory. The Junior college honor students ire: Ada Kathryn Choate, Thayer ^Lirry, Edgar Gage, Louise Leach, Cathlyn McEwen, Joseph . Ober, .Villiam Rae, Charles Starr, William 'iwanson and Tom Yossloff. said he considered combines and week'jumped to 3,300 this noon. The .__, --------- .= _.. ... ,_... ,, ,,,,. tractors practical on farms of 30i acres or more. Registration for farm and home , . aTinual banquet tonight will be addressed by Alfred G. Avoid of North Dakota state agricultural college. If a private citizen decides against the eighteenth amendment he get? jailed. If a federal judge does it he gets 8,462 columns.--Akron (Ohio) Beacon-Journal. Western Mmnesota Afflicted, Says Sneaker at Ames Meeting. AMISS, Feb. 5. (IW--C. H. Eckles, "hicf of the Minnesota department ':f dairy husbandry, today estimated tV'at lack "of phosphorous in western ^Tinnesota costs farmers there S750,- I 000 annually. He based his statc- I merits, made before dairymen at- I '.ending the farm and home week · The honor student guests from j : -h O rt course, on experimental work the high school were: j conducted there. Eunice Anderson, Maxine Beerman, Mildred Eoggie, Nancy Bowen. Virginia Braby, Roslyn Brogue, Margaret Bumgardner, Luella Burkholder, Dorothy Cheesman, Mary Chuick. Mary Clark, BetLy Clarke, Maxinp Clement, Robert Clement, Violet Collen, Arlene Cooper, Doris Cra'ob, Faith Darland, Goldie Daugherty, Elizabeth De Voe, Dorothy Dunn, Jeane Ericaon, Howard Gi'-g'e, Louis Gal-fin, June Gaylord, Betty Green, Ruth Grupp, Loino Hall, Louise Herrmann, Lcota Herrmann, Anita Herrmann, Margaret Hill, Ruth Hille, Cleo Juhl, Doris Konntson, Bstt.y Ruth Kve'os, Eleanore Kruinb- holtz, Margaret LadwiJT,] LfS.Gs.fsc, Do!oi:r;se Lnyinnn, Leah J^ne Lee, Ken Lon.ird. Marjorie Lc'zring, Jessie Mac Lewis. Avice ? ' - \ r l h u r , Gilbert McEv/on, Vivian Iv, nHrloon, Lenna Ma^.tth. Harry Marino'i, Lucille Matkoski, Dorothea Mennengn, Galen McsrratEsen. Martaret Mickey, Marie NinKen TMith Olson. Phyllis Olson, Willis Parrott. Marfjp.rH Patton. Rut!; Sarrlor.s. Hn.ri-T F-'--'!iT'n. Joro-n." "Fancy Foods" PHONE s:« 835 - 83G OTHERS "Meat . Treats" PHONE 8H4 835 - 83« FANCY CREAMERY e ORANGES, Large, Dozen.35c PEACHES, PEARS, Large 18c CORN, PEAS, 2 for 25c FIG BARS, 2 Ibs 25c PABSTET CHEESE, pkg..!9c COFFEE, All Kinds, Ib.. . .38c POWDERED SUGAR, 3 Ibs. 25c; BROWN SUGAR, 3 Ibs. 25c RED ONIONS, P e c k . . . . . .25c SPAGHETTI, Jar . . . . . . . . 1 9 c PECAN MEATS, Ib S9c CRISCO, Ib . . . , 2 0 c P and G SOAP, 5 Bars 18c SANI FLUSH, Can 19c Eckles gave phosphorous and calcium iodine as the most common!" known mineral deficiences and d- clarecl phosphorous was the mor important. Gnaw on Woofl. Symptoms that livestock are lading in the mineral, Ecldes said, ar a craze for bones and gnawing r wood. He urged remedying the situation by adding phosphorous t'- the feeding rations in the form o' hone meal. "A phosphorous deficiency causes an abnormal condition of the reproductive organs during a period of production," Eckles said. "Home f*rown feeds must he supplemented in regions where there is no available phosphorous in the soil which leave the crops deficient In the minerals." Combines Practical. A. G. Thurman, Cedar Rapid;farm manager, told the farm business session, that farmers can pro- ' duce grain in Iowa in competition i wif.h any part of the world by j f aclnrtii'fmore efficient methods. He [| Fancy Beef Short Ribs Pound lOc PIGS FEET, Quart Jar 39c PORK END CHOPS, Ib 18c IOWANA LEAF LARD, 2 Ibs. 25c IOWANA BOX BACON, Ib, · 33c Baby Beef Pot Roasts Pound 19c ^^iW^i^fjiVr^JIrtxtt^eraSwiSKfl^sWIoeSraSEiSiacS 1'hone 420 MA 1339 North Federal Ave. S'. KIR AND BIJISJiKT CHOICE SHOULDER, 11) CHOICE i;rvn CUTS, MEATY, P O U N D ALL I'OFIK, ATX IJKEF, HOMH MADE, \ f t I1 Sj^SrSE S't'UK LKAF, H SAUERKRAUT, -art j quart 1VL OYSTERS, CQ f(iiiirt «J5«/»- DILLS, 2 for LETTUCE, fiend, solid Thcr.c Wcek-Entl Suedals Arc Effective At -- IJowfin nml ({rii]i, Huffiilo Center 12%c 5c ! 8c Our Market I , Iowa S now the- sua,' lake up your daily paper and read thru the advertise- ments. Chances are, you'll change your mind. Here's a new wrinkle in sanitary plumbing . . . there's a new kind of carpet that should have been thot of long ago . . . here's a decidedly better way of washing delicate fabrics. ' Those thipffs concern you Intimately--they affect your life and the manner in which you live it. They are new things under the sun. And advertisements are the arms with which they reach out and touch you. Read the advertisements regularly. There'll he something new tomorrow . . . and the day after . . . and the day after that. Something you wouldn't want to miss. The people decide which concerns are to succeed in business j u s t as they decide which statesmen are to remain in office. Every purchase in an AP store is a vote cast in its favor by a customer. And every day more people vote in this way Jor AP stores thai: JOT any other. AP 3 5 How often we decide to but don't get started. One of the joys of shopping at AP is that here you can't help but save. So instead o£ deciding to pave, just begin shopping at AP. EIGHT O'CLOCK IBS. CHASE . SANBORN'S DATED LB. 39c T H E R E ' S ONLY O N E E X C U S E for being cheerful before breakfast-- the thought of your favorite AP Blend of coffee, steaming hot. Enough to make anyone break out in song. Remember, "the coffee you like best is the best, no matter what it costs," ~HE C O F F E E T R I O EIGHT O ' C L O C K . 3 LBS. 59c MILD AND MELLOW fSpecial Imi fries for (hii week) RED C I R C L E . . . . LB. 27c RICH AND FULL-BODIED B O K A R w. 33c EXQUISITELY AROMATIC AND FLAVORFUL FRESH CREAMERY IONA BRAND Corn or You can judge a food otoro by the butter It soils. That's ono reason xvo ore GO particular to offer only the f i n e s t creamery butter and always "frcolx from the churn." And at a decidedly lavt pvice, too. NO. 2 CANS IONA BRAND .0 LB - 5c S 29c LGE. PKG. BLUE ROSE Rice GREAT NORTHERN OR Navy Beans Quaker Oats SANTA CLARA Prunes sl'li DEL MONTE Apricots . . VAN CAMP'S Hominy N °AN* 1 Oc HAMILTON'S ^ ^ Sauerkraut . . . 3 CANS 4 LBS 25c . CAN Another drloiul of Thosu (innd Russets CAUL9FLOWEE* Extra Sweet $1.05 Bu. Good Sixe Extra · Nice Solid Heads Thin Skin Sweet 4 for 25c and THE GREAT ATLANTIC PACIFIC TEA COMPANY M I D D L E W E S T E R N D I V I S I O N /?f 5( '

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