The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on August 27, 1935 · Page 15
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August 27, 1935

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 15

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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE Girl Finds Financial Aid in Pet Cockerel Spaniels Pay Her Way Through College. Most hubbies are expensive luxuries to those who indulge in them. But Miss Gertrude Shanks' hobby pays dividends. In fact it paid her way through college, for her hobby is cocker spaniels and for the last five years she has devoted her spare time to raising the silken haired, long eared little chaps and selling them, at her home in University Heights, Ohio, suburb of Cleveland. Last June Miss Shanks was graduated from Western Reserve law school, fourth in her class. She was elected to the Order of Coif, honorary law fraternity, and to Phi Beta Kappa. She will attend the University of Minnesota when the autumn term begins, continuing- her study of political science begun at Reserve. She won a scholarship for this advanced study, which not only paid her tuition ror a year, but also gave her $600. She has been selected, also as an alternate for a $1,300 scholarship to Yale university law school. Undecided About Future. *. Gertrude is undecided about her future, whether she will make law or political science her life work. She is working this summer In a law office, and likes it. She would like to be a regular lawyer, she states, pleading her own cases in court. I was first introduced to Lady Fawn, mother of six roly poly little fellows. Lady Fawn has been ill and her mistress says she is "just like a child who has been spoiled by a lot of attention." Lady Fawn Is fawn colored all over and is a prize winning dog. At present the Cranston kennels contain four female cockers and 12 youngsters of varying ages. When petted they socially chewed a finger or shoe strap. They like Gertrude's old shoes to chew on. "I do not care for trick clogs," she says. "I like dogs that are intelligent, like children, picking up their own tricks. No one taught Ijady Fawn to shake hands, and yet she does it very prettily. She also flushed a woodcock near here, recently. The name cocker spaniel conies from the fact that they arc English hunting dogs and ther favorite game is the woodcock. They Don't Point. They do not point like the usual hunting dog, but flush their game. They make for the woodcock's nest and flush the bird straight up so that the hunter can bag it. You remember in 'The Barretts of Wim- pole Street' Elizabeth's dog was named Flush from his habit of flushing--game." Cocker spaniels are quiet dogs. Miss Sanks tells me. They THREE Going to College EUEENE BOOMHOWER Brake Unlverslty NANCY BOWEN Grinnell College JEAJV SWFT University of Iowa do not bark, even at strangers, but they are very intelligent, affectionate, companionable and excellent watch dogs. They are fine playmates for children. Prices range from 520 up to 550 or $60 for the cockers with the best points. Logan Ts Superintendent. DOWS, Aug. 27--H. S. Logan is superintendent of Dows schools. Complete Optical Servic DR.K. V. MACE Optomet rist DR. R. M. MACE Optometrist Your Children's Eyes Demand your attention and care. By taking- care of their eyes in youth you will avoid the possibility of weakened eyesight interfering with their work later in life. M A C E S Optical C o m p a n y -- 2 1 East State Birth Certificate Required of Child Entering 1st Time Children wno are entering school-for the first time must bring a birth certificate at the opening of local schools Sept. 3, it was announced from the office of Supt. R. B. Irons. This applies to kindergarten children and some in first grade. College Gets Gift. OBERLIN, Ohio, Aug. 27. (UP)--R. T. Miller, Jr., of Chicago, has made Oberlin college a gift of $50,000 to bring up to ?200,000 the Etta Fraser Miller loan fund established at the school in honor of his mother. Miller has urged that colleges invest part of their endowments in notes of their own students. F Focal Point of School System The administration building, shown above, !.s the focal point of the Mason City school system. In this structure are housed the offices of the superintendent and secretary of the school »Martl. J SMARTER STYLES, BETTER QUALITY FOR LESS -- SINCE 1920 COURTESY AND SATISFACTION WITH BVBRY PURCHASE BACK TO SCHOOL DeKaye Goes to the Head of the Class in "School Outfitting" Girls never went back to school in smarter clothes than these we offer in this preschool selling. Smart and new frocks and coats for every young Miss-in smart new styles mode of quality fabrics such as .- we only carry! GIRLS HATS WASH FROCKS Sara de Saix, Kate Greenaway, Jack Tar and other good' makes are here for smart girls in sizes 3 to 14 years. Beautiful patterns and colors. Priced from $1.00 to $5.95 GIRLS' WINTER COATS 8 COAT SETS Shirley Temple coots and sets in beautiful styles becoming the charming Miss. All fall shades and sizes from 2 to 14 years. Heavy fabrics to keep the little Tots warm and comfortable on chil!" days. Priced at $6.95 and up COATS Felts and softies in au- tum colors. Styles fashioned for the Miss--See these now. Priced from $1.50 to $2.95 for the Miss Sport and dressy types in fur trimmed and untrimmed styles. Beautiful colorings. Ail sizes. Priced from $12.95 to $39.95 / Frocks For the College Miss in Silks and Woolens -- You'll find the answer here in our vast assortment -New fall styles and colorings. Sizes for Juniors and Misses. Make your selection now at our moderate prices. $10.95 to $19.95 'SEE YOU TOMORROW

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