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August 27, 1935

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 27

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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE 'Get Ready for School' Is Slogan Kresge Company Stock Supplies for All Students. "Get Ready for School" is the slogan the Kresge company store, 9 South Federal avenue is using to round out its Au g~ust sales and the store has a stock that will enable parents to outfit the boy or girl com pletely. with the exception of an overcoat, with garments costing from 25 cents to one dollar. Not only a complete line of shoes manufactured by the largest line of manufacturers of 'children's shoes in the country but all lines of clothing ar« carried in stock, including jackets trousers, caps, hats, dresses, stockings, underclothing, etc. An example of the quality of the goods stocked is the fact that the shoes are tested by staff of chiropodists and are perfected for growing feet. Clothing is cut according to U. S. Standard · measurements and perfect fits are guaranteed in clothing as well as shoes, according to the manager. No seconds are sold in the store All material is the highest grade merchandise that can bo purchased for the. price, and the satisfaction of the customer is one of the foremost principles of the store. Besides clothing, a large supply of pencil boxes, lunch kits, and school accessories has also been stocked. Luggage for the boy or girl who is going awp" to school, student lamps built for "better liq;ht and better sight" Drinciples, and many of the articles of interest to students of high school and college age are stocked. Not only does the store stock merchandise of interest to the parents of children of school age, but it also handles wearing apparel for children of preschool age and infant wear. A child may be outfitted at this store from birth until he finishes school. Teach at Miller. MILLER, Aug. 27.--Miss Mabel Stene of Lake Mills and Miss Pearl Neilaon of Forest City will teach the Miller inde pendent school this year. Superintendent at Whittemorc. WHITTEMORE, Aug. 27.-F. J. Rochford is superintendent of the Whittemore school faculty. Miss Frances Hurby ir principal. Ortmeyer Again Head. ARMSTRONG, Aug. 27.--W. A. Ortmeyer is superintenden' of the Armstrong school while Milton Holcomb is principal of the high school. 4 on Faculty Now. GOLDFIELD, Aug. 27 -The Goldfield public school will open the fall term Monday, Sept. 2 wtih 4 new faculty members. Supt. O. T. Moore heads the schools. Sept. 2 First Day. DUMONT, Aug. 27.--The- Dumont consolidated school will open Sept. 2. R. H. Atchison is superintendent and Franz Rausenberger, principal. Starts Labor Iay. FERTILE. Aug. 27.--The Fertile schooia will open Labor day. James Lucken heads the staff. Open Sept. 3 POPEJOY, Aug. 27.--Thn Popejoy school will open Sept 3. J. N. Lohner of Cameron Mo., is superintendent. FIFTEEN Good Bread Is Vital in Child Diet Pfaff Baking Products Uniform in High Standards. Careful attention should be given by parents to the food that their children eat Not only is it essential that they have food to meet the demands of their rapidly growing bodies but they should have food that makes them -mentally alert, capable of grasping easily the lessons presented in the classroom. Of extreme importance in the food of children is bread--the staff of life. Products which measure up to the highest standards of nutrition and taste arc those supplied by the Pfaff Baking company. Several thousand dollars worth of new equipment has been added in the past y»ar to insure an uniformity in high standard, \V. L. Eaton, manager,, pointed out. The finest of flour and ingredients are used to make the best bread that it is possible to make today, he continued. Several new trucks have been added to meet the increase in the territory. The company !so specializes In v*it ro»j. Will Start Sept. 2. SWEA CITY, Aug. 27 -- Svvea City consolidated school will open "here Monday, Sept. 2 A. H. Shuler is superintenden' and Gladys Buerkins is principal. Roberts Is Superinrenaent. BECORAH, Aug. ^7.--Thomas R. Roberts is superintendent of the Decorah schools. Jeffrey A. Peterson ia high school principal. Hoffman Ho:id of Staff. SHEFFIELD, Aug. 27.--In the Sheffield schools, H. D Hoffman is superintendent and William Clifton, -high school principal. Son Teaches . VALENCIA, Spain, (UP) -- Niccte Alcala Znmora, Jr., son of the president of Spain,' has been named a member of the law faculty of the University of Valencia. Sayro Faculty Head. ROCKFORD, Aug. 27.--Williard I. Say re is superintendent, of the Rockford public schools The principal is Hazel Plumly. Are New on Faculty. KANAWHA, Aug. 27.--New faculty members include Miss Alma Olson, Kanawha- Miss Morrison of Floyd and Miss Gcraldine Wells of Albert Lea. Minn. A. S. Thoreson is superintendent. F. C. Frisbce is high school principal. S«-pt. Z Murks Start. CARPENTER, Aug. 27.- Sept. 2 will mark the openirK of the Carpenter schools. H. II Smith is superintendent and Dwight Farnau principal. Elected at Stacyvllte. STACY VILLE, Aug. 27.-The Stacyville public school elected Helen McSwecney of Little Cedar and Julius Tes«n of Otranto. 4 N«w Teachers. GREENE, Aug. 27.--There are four new teachers here, Paul Grabcr, Lorraine Carpenter, Bernicce Mansfield and Dorthy Mann. Local public schools will open Sept. 2. Guy V. Newcomer is superintendent and Arthur Drost of Austin, Minn., principal. Are New on Fiwulty. LAKE MILLS, Aug. 27 New faculty members in the Lake- Mills schools aro June Thompson. Elizabeth Uikken, Matildc Krcssen, Carroll Wallc- up, and Lyle Stromm. O, A. Rirsley Is superintendent Elva Fordyce principal. Kiirollmciit Totals 298 STACYVILLE, Aug 27 --Enrollment totals 298 at Visitation academy. The academy has a junior and senior orchestra with 51 members. II BETTER LIGHT FOR BETTER SIGHT" How Precious Is Your Child's Eyesight? That is a question you can well afford to consid er, now that school is about to start Science tells us that constant reading or working in inadequate light is one of the surest ways to damage eyes. The reason many children become nearsighted is that they study in poor light. It is a startling but true fact that not one modern home in ten provides enough light for effortless seeing without eye-strain. Conditions under which the great majority of children must do their home work cause fatigue and nervous muscular tension--which may easily result in permanent injury to the eyes. Remedy the Light in Your Home With An I. L S. "Better-Sight" Study Lamp Ttu, ·pproverf er Xifiht Arrop bcmr* this tig THE NEW STUDY LAMP The I. E. S. Better Sight l«mp is 28 inches high --th« height prescribed by science for delivering the proper light on Uble or dealt. Equipped wilh · while glass diffueer--which throws t h e l i g h t d o w n w a r d and u p w a r d . Shad* la lined with pur* white pigment. I t uses 100-walt MAZDA lamp, or a 150-wnrt MAZDA Daylight lamp. You can remedy faulty lighting in your own home by the use of the scientifically designed I. E. S. Study Lamp . . . a lamp which gives a soft, well diffused and glareless light for reading with greatest eye comfort. Not only should your school child's grades show a marked improvement, but you will know you are taking the proper precautions to safeguard that priceless possession--good eyesight. Buy On Our Convenient Pay-Wirh-Your-Light-Bill-Plan P - G - ^ E PEOPLES GAS AND ELECTRIC COMPANY if is i »f

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