The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on August 27, 1935 · Page 24
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August 27, 1935

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 24

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TWELVE MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE IOWA HAS OVER HALF MILLION PUPILS Agpin Superintendent. Aug. 27.--.Supt. L. J. Thies again heads the Brill School faculty. D. R. Morri.s i.s high school principal, W. C Harvey i.s junior college dean and Lela Dodd, junior high principal. BOTTLED KNOWLEDGE Mother knows that when she sends her kiddies off to school their good health is the foundation for their ability to think . . . and learn. She gives them milk at least four times a day--and as much more often than that as possible. Our Pasteurized milk is the finest to be had, and a daily delivery of it assures the necessary vitamin and cal- ory values for your kiddies' daily diet. MiEiRMANSON MUK. CREAM. BUTTER I COTTAGE CHEESE 810-14 NO.DELAWARE TELEPHONE 6 4 6 1 Vibrancy Marks 35 Fall Fabrics Try to pick a plain Jane from the family of new silks . . . it just can't be done. Every holt of now material is simply vibrant with style. There are many smart crepea which boast satin backs. These are smart enough to be used either side out. A two-faced arrangement that is certain to be very welcome. Then there are many nubbed silks. Sometimes the nub is a twisted thread of the same silk, sometimes it is of metal or cellophane to give glitter and glamour. The matelasses are in definitely new patterns, sometimes running- diagonally, sometimes jacquarded, sometimes shot through with gold, or a gleam of shining silver thread. Opening on Sept. 2. BRISTOW, Aug. 27.--School will open here Sept. 2. Supt. J. E. Schalk will head the faculty for his f i f t h year. THE RICHEST CHILD IS POOR WITHOUT MUSICAL TRAINING As A Parent, You'll Find Joy of Living in Music's Sweet Charm This is a Complete Music Store. Come in and See Our Selection of Finest Musical Instruments. · World's Famous Pianos. · Rot ft Violins. · Gibson Giiiitars. · Conn Rand Instruments. · La Tosca Accordions. · Drums TOR wherever music is, there also will you find joyful hearts. After the tension of each day's work you are refreshed and restored by the influence of music. Music at home has the great power to bind us together and help us grasp more fully the real enjoyments of home. If you have never realized the necessity of music in your home for your child and your family-a suitable musical instrument may become a priceless treasure for you in your home. VANCE MUSIC CO Complete Music Service Since 1900 A Family of Musicians Makes the Truest Home Heads 2 Schools Minn Carrie Pf abler is ready for another year of work as principal of both Jackson and Kooscvelt schools. Journalism School of University to Build New Home COLUMBIA, Mo., Aug. 27 (UP)--The School of Journalism of the University of Missouri will begin work soon on the construction of a $150,000 building- to supplement its present home, Jay H. Neff Hall. Some alterations will be made in Jay H. Neff Hall so the two buildings can be combined as a single unit. With the new unit the Missouri School of Journalism will be the largest single plant exclusively used for education in journalism of any university or college. The new building will afford additional publishing facilities, care for Increased enrollment in laboratory courses and provide extra class room and office space. With its location on the northeast corner of the campus the unit will form a gateway to Francis Quadrangle, the oldest part of the university campus. The present home of the School of Journalism is a gift of Ward A. Neff of the Corn Belt Dailies which he gave in memory of his father, Jay H. Neff, and was dedicated in 1920. Ward A. Neff is a graduate of the school. Only One Change. LUVERNE, Aug. 27.--The entire teaching staff of the Luverne schools was re-elected and all return with the exception of Willard Langerak, who will teach near his home town of Pella. Alex Evans is superintendent. Rlsse Is Superintendent. ST. ANSGAR, Aug. 27.--In the St. Ansgar schools, H. F. Risse is again superintendent. VARIETY in School Studies Makes a well balanced mind VARIETY in School Children's Diets Makes strong, healthy bodies For that after-school hunger give your children Birdsall Home-made Ice Cream or Sherbets. It is made from wholesome ingredients and is easily digested. A l l Flavors by the Quart, Pint or a Bljj IKtultlc-drrkcr Cone for 5o BIRDSALL ICE CREAM CO. 518 North FeileraJ Avc. Teachers in State Total Over 25,000 Some Schools Started Monday; Others Next Week. DBS MOINES. Aug. 27. LVt-- The first of more than a half million public school pupils answered roll call in scattered rural communities yesterday as the school year officially opened. A few of Iowa's 12,306 schools opened their doors yesterday but 80 per cent will start the fall term next week, R. A. Griffin of the state department of public instruction reported. Based on Figure*. Approximately 425,000 pupils will be enrolled in grade schools this year and 128,000 in high schools, Griffin said. His estimate was based on enrollment figures over a period of years. More than 25,000 teachers will be employed, iu rural and city public schools, with women outnumbering men by more than 4 to 1. Mostly Rural Schools. One-room rural schools, of which there are' more than 9,000, comprise the bulk of Iowa educational institutions. There are approximately 1,300 city, town and consolidated elementary schools, 782 four-year high schools, and 143 junior high schools. The last complete figures of the cost of Iowa's public school system show expenditures of 537,022,03-1 for the 1932-33 school year, o f - w h i c h $24,479,750 was paid in salaries to teachers. Lounger's Togs Show New Lines Grecian Robes, Harem Pajamas Featured for Fall. The lines of the new fall dresses have proved themselves to be naturals for negligees and lounging pajamas. You will be tempted to wear your newest negligee when you go out to important parties. The pure Grecian robe, simple and unadulterated is a favorite. Corded at the waist, or girdled with jewels in hostess gowns, this silhouette is pure rhythm in motion. For their full beauty, these robes should sweep the floor. They are being expressed in velvet, crepe, satin and sheers. A new expression of the Grecian influence ia seen in a charming nightgown. It is fashioned of a sheer silk fabric. The bodice is shirred and shirring bound with grosgrain ribbon which is criss-crossed from front to back leaving the shoulders bare.' Gowns of this type will rival any evening dress in the new Paris collection! Schlaparelli's harem idea is very aptly expressed in lounging pajamas. Pajamas are of satin and the trousers are looped under in Turkish fashion. This is entirely new, and if you are looking for something to make your guests at informal affairs sit up and take notice, this is your costume. Girls who freeze in the winter t i m e will be overjoyed to hear about the smartly styled long sleeved gowns. Sleeves arc draped and tucked in the same smart manner that is being used on dresses. Shirtwaist nightgowns are also one of the smarter fashions. Tucked bosoms, ruffly little jabots, boyish little bows make them more than flattering. A l t On Slaff Nciv. GRAFTON, Aug. 27.--The entire staff in Grafton schools is new this year. They are A. K. Ruebel of Blairsburg, superintendent; Margaret Conrardy of Bedford, English; Arlcn Grimm of Humcston, home economics, and Miss M a r t h a Kroll of Aurelia, intermediate, and Doraine Pinta of Manly, primary teacher.

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