The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on August 27, 1935 · Page 26
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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 26

Mason City, Iowa
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Tuesday, August 27, 1935
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FOURTEEN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE Patrolmen New Aid to C h i l d r e n Rural school children in Iowa thi.s year, w i t h Iho corning of school in September, will be protected from reckless and careless drivers by members of the Iowa state highway patrol. Karl M e i n h a r d and John L. Smith are the two patrolmen assigned to thi.s d i s t r i c t , and both men have a n n o u n c e d t h e i r intentions ot enforcing to the f u l l e s t e x t e n t all t r a f f i c regulations. "We are warning drivers to slow down on highways as they near schools and to come to a f u l l stop at atop si^ns," the mon said Tuesday. "Too m a n y careless drivers just slow up at these signs, hut they are there for the purpose of having d r i v - ers stop, and not just to c l u t t e r up the highway," they adtled. At Garfield Kirst a teacher at the IJn- colu j u n i o r high school, Miss KUir! Hall Is IHHV H a l f time teacher and h u l f - t i m e principal at (..arfield .school. An Invitation to Young Women who are undecided about their future in business to investigate our complete course in Beauty Culture The purpose of this .school is to teach you a t r u e and adaptable course in Beauty C u l t u r e , and to capably prepare you as a State Licensed Beauty Operator. That is why this school employs outat!!tiding; instructors . . . installed the finest equip- m e n t . . . why it is accredited by the State of Iowa and indorsed by leading hairdressers. Viuir assurance of :\ thorough t r a i n i n g is t h e fact that this school a I) i cl e H closely to all ttiu rules and r e g u l a t i o n s of the State Hoard and H e a l t h Department. You will find this course w i l l prepare you for a highly respectable, enjoyable, well paying profession. I 1 ' o r f u r t h e r i n f o r m a t i o n plume, write or visit our school. A representative will cull at y o u r home. No obli- g a t i o n . La'James College of Beauty Culture 12 First St. N. W. MASON CITY, Ph. 974 IOWA Expect Larger Enrollment in Catholic Schools ST. JOSEPH'S CATHOLIC PARISH SCHOOL HOLY FAMILY PARISH SCHOOL New Regulations in Bar Examinations Made by Ohio Court COLUMBUS, Ohio, Aug. 27. (UP)--The ambitious youth of Ohio who "reads law" will be refused admission to the state bar under an order adopted by the Ohio supreme court. The regulation provides that after July 1, 1939, applicants for the state bar examination in Ohio will be unable to q u a l i f y by studying in an office under an attorney. Its effect will be to require that after f o u r years, all would-be lawyers in Ohio must obtain their legal training in law colleges. M e f f e r t Heads Staff. ALLISON, Aug. 27.--Supt. Holland M e f f e r t heads the Allison school staff. Miss Madge Renner is principal. SPECIALS FOR SCHOOL BOYS' SHIRTS Tom Sawyer DRESS SHIRTS, Reg. $1 values Boys' Athletic UNION SUITS, and 50c values . . . . 23c Boys' Wool KNICKERS, $2.50 values 79c to $1.39 Boys' Long PANTS, to $2.50 values, 97c to $1.47 Boys' All Woo! SWEATERS, $1.00 values. . Boys' Tweed CAPS, to 75c values. . BOYS' WORK SHIRTS Fine chombray, A/t^ full cut ........ *T*tC Boys' Rayon SOCKS . . . lOc Children's OXFORDS, Black brown ro 97c Girls' Rayon BLOOMERS 12c and 15c larger enrollment is being expected this fall at the two Catholic parish schools of the city. I'laiis are lcing made for additional instructors and larger classes. f i n d i n g jobs during the depression. Out of a total of 4,300 graduates in the past seven years 91.3 per cent are employed, President E. C. Elliott announced. 1'eneil Kraser in Kar. ALLENTOWN, N. Y., Aug. 27. (UP)--The cause of a headache which bothered a seven year old boy for a week was discovered when he was taken to a physician. The doctor found a small pencil eraser which the youth had s t u f f e d into his ear and had forgotten. Children Get Traffic Court. TOLEDO, Ohio, Aug. 27. ( U P ) -- W h e n 5, 10 or 15 year old school children of Toledo violate school t r a f f i c "ordinances," they'll f i n d themselves before a judge and j u r y of their peers. Plans for traffic courts in the public and private schools are being made by a safety committee. Medic School 125 Years Old. KHARHOV, U. S. S. R., Aug. 27. (UP)---The Kharkov Medical institute--one of the oldest in the Soviet Union--will celebrate its 125th anniversary this a u t u m n . During' its existence, the institute has trained 12,904 doctors, 5,868 graduating d u r - ing 107 years prior to the revolution, and 7,030 during the last 17 years. A t h l e t e s Tar Students. PULLMAN, Wash., Aug. 27. (UP.)--Washington State college athletes, representing seven branches of sports, retained an average of 82 plus, equaling the average of all men students, a survey disclosed. One Now Teacher. AREDALE, Aug. 27.--Miss Margaret Flowers of Dougherty is the one now teacher on the f a c u l t y . Earl Fisk is principal. BOYS' 2-PIECE SUITS values ,.,. LADIES' CANVAS SANDALS, $1.00 values . . 49e The Bargain Store FORMERLY HARRY ZEBKER STORE 121 South Federal Mason City The Most Valued Possession you can have of your boy or girl is a snapshot of them during their school days. IT PAYS TO GET THE BEST. L E A V E YOUR FILMS WITH ANY CO-MO DEALER FOR PROMPT SERVICE Co-Mo Photo Co. FINE PHOTO FINISHING

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