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February 18, 1931

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 8

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8 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE T/^VT TlS TV T A T -rr-» *· ~ ~ i ~~ ~~ ~ · . FEBRUARY is fm 1931 JOURNALISM SCHOOLS DEFENDED BY IOWA U PROFESSOR NEWSPAPER MEN MEET IN CHICAGO Frank L.Mott Gives Addres at Inland Daily Press Association. CHICAGO, Feb. 18. OT)--Asking What he described as "only a sympathetic and helpful attitude on your part," Frank L. Mott, director of the University of Iowa school of journalism, in an address prepared for dleivery before the Inland Daily Fress association today, described to practicing newspapermen the workings of the schools of journalism. "We do not ask that you abate your criticism," Mr. Mott told the editors, "but that you study the work of the schools so that yours may be truly informed criticism." Journalism schools, according' to Mr. Mott, not only seek to impart to the 'students a knowledge of newspaper technique, but in addition offer courses in the liberal arts and sciences as well as work leading to an understanding- of newspapers and periodicals in general. In discussing the technical training offered by the schools of -journalism, Mr. Mott took exception to the statement that newspapermen could be better and more rapidly trained in newspaper offices than in the schools. This viewpoint is dis-1 appearing, he said, since nearlj everyone has come to the belief tha" the trial-and-error method of learn ing, without careful oversight and supervision, is expensive and inade quate as compared to the work given in a well-conducted school. Britt Eastern Star Lodge Holds Schoo' BRITT, Feb. 18.--Mrs. Lina Artherholt of Clarksville, district instructor of the Eastern Star, was in Britt Wednesday to hold a school of instruction for the local chapter. Mrs. Daisy Miller, worthy matron, jave a noon luncheon at her home for Mrs. "Arthcrholt. Mr. and Mrs. John Hammill and Mr. and Mrs. B. ft. Boldt were guests. A dinner will )e served for the chapter members at 6:30 o'clock in the Congregational church, fallowed by an evening meeting. Four Bruised When Car Tips Over Near Hampton AREDALE, Feb. 18.--Miss Burneile Colby was in an auto accident north of Hampton when the car in vhich she and Marjbrie Werth of lampton and Sewall Hottman and Mr. Lintman were in went into a ditch. The car was wrecked as it urned over several times and went hru a barbed wire fence. Mr. Hottman. owner of the car, suffered a roken shoulder. The others were lightly cut and bruised. NEW WRIGHT AGENT HERE AND THERE * * * · · * * * * * * * . . * . ' . . Miscellaneous Items From 100 Globe-Gazette Correspondents in North Iowa and Minnesota CLARION, Feb. 18.--K. W. Adamson, elected Wright county agent to succeed Harold Homey, resigned, is a. graduate oE Ames college, and a World war I'etenm. He taught in the schools at Fertile, and -later, after talcing advance work at Ames, was superintendent there from 1914 to 102G. He came to Clarion in September from -Rowan where, he had served as superintendent of schools the past four years. Mr. and Mrs. Adamson have a family of three, girls and one son. " 9 "My, Your Car Shines It was washed at the Highway Super Station . . . West State and Washington. All car -.washing is very carefully done .. . not a smgie spot missed ... at this Station. Have your car washed . . . how it will Glisten. ' . .Drive over tomorrow. HIGHWAY OIL COMPANY Scout Anniversary Week Is Observed by Troops at Osage OSAGE, Feb. IS.--Boy- Scout anniversary week has .been observed by the Osage troops, every day having been marked with something of special interest and significance There were parties ^at the club rooms, a demonstration of scouting before the lower school grades and the decoration of a number, of store windows on Main street. Super Stations, 1801 Fourth .Street S. W. Officers of Luverne 4-H Club Named at Meeting LUVERNE, Feb. IS.--Mrs. Robert Masterson has been chosen leader of the Luverne township Live Wires, the 4-H girls club to take the place of Mrs. Albert Merriam. New officers elected were: Cora Mae Masterson, president; Elsie Hunt vice president; Bernadell Ristau, treasurer; Marvel Davidson, reporter, and Eileen Neal, treasurer II^-TUBE SUPERHETERODYNE-PLUS 11 TUBES -Tone-Control Antomatic Volume Control Station Recording Dial Screen Grid Balanced Units TUST received--tlie new PbiJco receive? tlurt ·* Is nuking radio history. 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LIBERAL TRADE-IN ON YOUR OLD SET We will allow you a liberal valuation on yonr old Bet when yon trade it in for a new Philco Snpcrhelerodyne.Plns. And in addition, we have generous and easy TERMS for the balance. Call or Phone Today for Free Demonstration Without Obligation. Superheterodyne - Pins Containing the new 11-tnbe Snperhetero. dyne-Pins. This handsome cabinet is o f American black walnut with instrument panel of V-matched Oriental wood; bnU walnut panels and arch; hand-rubbed .atin finish and American Gobelin «-· A/ft 50 tapestry over the speaker .' M.£*f' lw talMi A Small Down Payment Puts This Magnificent Piiileo in Yonr Home PAY BALANCE MONTHLY IN SMALL AMOUNTS Peopl es Gas £r Electric "FOR BErfER APPLIANCES" ompany Missionary to Speak. PLYMOUTH--The Ladles Aid society will serve supper Thursday night at the church dining room. At 8 o'clock, the Rev, Judson Perkins, returned missionary, will give an address along missionary work. Returns to aiitchell. MITCHELL -- Edwin Dammon. who visited relatives at Waterloo, has returned. Legion, Auxiliary Meets. RUDD--About 20 members of the Legion and auxiliary met Monday at the. Claire Mallory home. After the business meeting cards and a lunch were enjoyed. Cucumber Contracts Signed. GALT--Contracts for growirig cucumbers in' this vicinity have been signed, covering an acreage of 50 acres. They are to be grown for the Marshall Canning company at Marshalltown. Finds for Defendants. CLARION--In the case of Henry Buckman of Eagle Grove vs. Henry Fritze and J. E. Lamb of Clarion, which was a suit in which a car of baled hay was involved, the judge took the case from the jury and found in favor of the defendants. Honored on Birthday. . FLOYD--Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Thomas entertained 12 men at a card party Monday evening in honor of O. E. Thomas, the occasion being-his birthday. Attend Huebner Kites. GRAFTON--Mr. and Mrs. Herman Huebner and Mrs. William Huebner attended the funeral of Henry Finke at Albert Lea, Monday. Returns tojBancroft. BANCROFT, -- TMrs. Josephine Becker returned Tuesday morning from Racine and Chicago where she spent the past two months visitinp; relatives. Standard Bearers Meet. GARNER--The Standard Bearers met Tuesday night with Miss Myrile Weber as hostess with Joy Watkinson assisting Miss Hazel Goranson had charge of the lesson. The meeting was held in the E. H. Arnold home. Comes From St. Paul. GORDONSVILLE, Minn.--Dr. H. F. Ackcrman, district superintendent of St. Paul, will deliver the sermon at the M. E. church Sunday afternoon. 60 at Legion Party. NORTHWOOD -- About 60 were present at the monthly card party held by the American Legion and auxiliary members at the Legion clubrboms Monday night. Bridge was the entertainment for the evening. B. I. Carey, local Legion commander, won first honors for the men and Mrs. E. J. Brunsvold won first prize among the ladies. Mrs. Dale Is III. SCARVILLE--Mrs. John Dale has been ill with pleurisy. Her mother, who has been staying there, has also been ill. Is Given Surprise. GARNER -- Mrs. William Lau was given a surprise on her birthday Tuesday when 24 ladies went to her home to spend the afternoon. Recovers From Operation. CLARKSVILLE--Mrs. Ray Paulson, who was operated on for acute appendicitis at the Mercy hospital in Waverly, is recovering satisfactorily- Comunity Club to Meet. GORDONSVILLE, Minn. -- Community club meets Friday evening The Farmers club of Myrtle will put on the program. Visits With Sister. ST. ANSGAR--Miss Louise Rosenberg was In Mason City visiting with her sister, Mrs. Willard Trudeau. Bureau Meeting Held. HANLONTOWN--A Farm Bureau meeting was held Monday with Mrs. Lewis Severson. Is From Mnntrosc. CLARKSVILLE--C h a r I e s E d- wards, Montrose, is staying at the N O. Edwards home and attending Ecnool here. Part of Thumb Cut. GORDONSVILLE, Minn.--J A Beighley severed a part of his thumb while cutting wood Monday Hanlontown Party Held HANLONTOWN--A group of women surprised Mrs. E. R. Calhoun at her home.Saturday evening Her sister, Mrs. McCormick, wag an out of town guest. Bridge was the evening's diversion. Banquet to Be Held. GARNER--The Delta club will entertain mothers at a banquet in the M. N. Zeiger home Thursday evening. A book review will be given by Miss Gertrude Tobin. Comes From WInterset. ROCKFORD--Ford Clifton, Winterset, is spending several days with his uncle, Jay D. Gullck. Come From Nebraska. CLARKSVILLEr-Mr. and Mrs Carl Hemsworth of Lincoln, Nebr were guests of the Harry Fields family. Observe World Prayer Day. ROWAN--The world day of prayer on Friday will be observed by special services of both churches tn be held at the Congregational church at 3 o'clock In the afternoon. The Rev. G. M. Squires and the Rev. George La Bounty will have charge. Second Child Born. ROCK FALLS--A son was born Sunday to Mr. and Mrs. Vernon McKee, 'two miles southwest of town. Phis is their second child. Average Hog Price §02. HUMBOLDT, Feb. 18. (/D--Matt Locatls and Sons sold 40 head, of hogs at an average price of $92.50 ach. YOUR IOWA One Interesting Fact Every Day About the State You Are Proud to Cail Your Own! The taxable valuation of property in Iowa subject to ad valorem taxation for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1929, was ?1,493,323,335; the amount of state taxes levied was 59,574,066; and the per capita levy, $3.89. In 1928 the per capita lew was $3.91, and in 1918, ?3.34. ·Mis Baum Is 111. LAKOTA--Miss Elsie Baurn who lives north of town has been quite ill for the past few days. Just what her trouble is has not been determined. Guests at Humboldt. EAGLE GROVE--Members of the Christian Endeavor society of the Congregational church were guests of the society at Humboldt on Sunday evening. Second Daughter Born. BELMOND -- Mr. and Mrs. Thayne Bailey are the parents of a baby girl, born Tuesday evening. This is the second daughter in the family. Entertained at Rudd. FLOYD--The Royal Neighbor camp of Floyd was entertained by the Rudd camp at a hard time party Tuesday evening at Rudd. Is From Cedar Rapids. MARBLE ROCK--Mrs. Watson of Cedar Rapids came Friday noon to spend the week-end with her daughter, Miss Louise Watson, a teacher in the Marble Rock schools. Comes From Ringstcd. LAKOTA--Marvin Baum, who is employed in a barber shop at Ringsted, was home Monday visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Baum and his sister, Elsie, who is ill. Entertains Bridge Club. CALMAR--Mrs. Charles Hofstetter entertained members, of the Bridge club Tuesday evening. Leaves for Colorado. LUVERNE--Ed Allen, east of town farmer, left Monday morning for the Colorado Springs M. W. A. sanitarium, where he will receive treatment for lung trouble. Daughter Is III. MITCHELL -- Mrs. Christenb Madsen was called to London, Minn.,, by the illness of her daughter, Mrs. Fred Allen. Progress Club Meets. BELMOND--Mrs. H. C. Thompson was hostess to the Progress club Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. B. Ho- gcnson led the lesson on "The Silver Screen," assisted by Mrs. C. P. Luick, Mrs. W. R. Ramsay and Miss Henrietta Pals. Honored at Party. CLARION--Twelve neighbors of Mrs. Dave Lester met at the home of Mrs. Nettie Frakes to give her a farewell party on Saturday night. Mrs. Lester expects to make her home with her daughter who lives on a farm near Clarion. Return From California. ROCKFORD -- Glen Utter and Harlan Talbot returned Monday from a motor trip to California. Swift Gives Lecture. MARBLE ROCK -- The high school assembly and seventh and eighth grades listened to Erdix Swift of Mason City in an illustrated lecture on furs .LHhNN.Feb. 18 Taken to Hospital. MARBLE ROCK--H. N. Herrick became seriously ill Saturday and was taken to the hospital at Rochester. Come From Richland. JOICE--Mr. and Mrs. Othelln Abraham and family, New Richland Minn., visited Mr. aivl Mrs. Charles Abraham and family. Visited at Ames. JOICE!--Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Evans and sons, Donald and Emerson visited Mrs. Ella Yeakel who has been ill for some time. Wil Observe Prayer Day. PLYMOUTH--Worlds Prayer day will be observed Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock by a joint Missionary meeting at the home of the Rev. and Mrs. Anderson. Annual Banqudt Planned. MITCHELL--The "Worth While" club -will hold an annual .banquet Wednesday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Schrader, west of town. Members have invited their husbands to be their guests. Paul Stalker 111. RUDD--Paul Stalker is ill and unable to attend to his janitor duties at the schoolhouse. Lloyd Krause acted in his place. Were in Cascade. WODEN--John Ravenburg, Mrs. Henry Kruse and Mrs. George Spar- enburg returned from Cascade where they were visiting their brother, the Rev. Charles Ravenburg and family. Given Farewell Party W E S L E Y--Twenty-five neighbors of Mr. and Mrs. John McMahon gathered at their home to spend the evening at a surprise farewell party. Mr. and Mrs. McMahon are moving in the near future to a farm near Sexton. Are Guests at Woden WODEN--Mr. and Mrs. Rewerts and Miss Margaret Rewerts of Kesley and Henry Terveen of Wellsburg are visiting at the Van Horn home. Leave for Indiana SEXTON--Mrs. Roy Wadleigh and daughters, Jane and Mary, left Monday morning for their new home in Indiana. They were accompanied by Mr. Wadleigh's brother. Joe, of Luverne. Mr. Wadleigh will join them on March 1. Are Guests at Kuclil PLYMOUTH--Mr. and Mrs. A. Chesebro are at Rudd visiting their daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Lucas. Goes to Minnesota M IT C H E L L--Mrs. Eva Voigt left for Ortonville, Minn., where she will spend some time with her sister, Mrs. Lena Kreuger. She will also visit a brother at Dumont, Minn., before returning home. Goes to Des JMoiiies COULTER--Chris Hansen, manager of the Farmers' elevator, and Mrs. Hansen were in Des Moines. Honored at Party WESLEY--Siipt. and Mrs. E. R. Swanson entertained 24 l friends at bridge in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Looft,. who are moving to a farm near Seneca. Ladies Aid to Meet. BELMOND--The February division of the M. E. aid will serve lunch at the meeting of the aid Thursday afternoon in the church parlors. Club Is Entertained. MARBLE ROCK--T h i r t y-five members of the Still Better club were entertained at dinner at the Ernest Ellis home. The hostesses were Mrs. Harry Ruffridge and Mrs. Ellis. 125 Attend Party. CALMAR--The men of St. Aloysius church held a card party and social at their church assembly room Monday evening. There were about 125 present, Goes to Des Moines. MITCHELL--Mrs. Olive Landon, | who has been visiting at the home of her sister, Mrs. J. W. Mason and family, has gone to Des Moines. Waterloo Firm, Manager Are Sued for Damages WATERLOO, Feb. 18. (INS)-The Waterloo Canning company and P. E. Read, general manager of the company, are made defendants in two damage suits filed in district court here by W. E. Adams and Helen I. Power. A total of $25,- ·185.72 is asked by the. two petitioners both charging negligence and carelessness on the part of Read whose car collided with one driven by Adams and in which Miss Powers was a passenger. Clarion Man Fined $600 on Rum Count CLARION, Feb. 18.--Earl Sturgis of Clarion pleaded guilty to a charge of bootlegging and was fined $600 and given six months in the county jail. Plan Father, Son Banquet DOWS, Feb. 18.--The Boy Scouts of Dows, Troop No. 51 are planning their Father and Son banquet to be held Tuesday evening, Feb. 24. Chickasaw Sheriff to Bring Back Two for Theft of Car NEW HAMPTON, Feb. 18.--Urban Dunn and ,Milton Walton, Independence, were arrested in Greeley, Colo., Monday by the chief of police, for the theft of Dr. W. J. Kelson's car, stolen Feb. 1. Sheriff George C. Murray left Tuesday evening with a deputy to bring them back. Declamatory Winners , at Luverne Announced LUVERNE, Feb. 18.--The annual declamatory contest of the Luverne high school took place at the high school auditorium. Carl Lang won first place in the oratorical and Richard Niver won second. In the dramatic Fern Barton was first and Alice Ellis was second. In the humorous class Dorothy Stoddard won first and Ruth Robertson was second. What's New in Cotton, Fabrics? Move to Fort Dodge. BELMOND--Mr. and Mrs. William O'Neil are moving to Fort Dodge this week where they will make their home. The J. C. Erlander family will move fnto the Snyder house vacated by the O'Neil'a. The Bowels Get Real Help from this Doctor's Prescription Merkel's a n s w e r s this question with a splendid showing'of the most fashionable cotton materials of the spring season. They were selected for quality of weave, fastness of color, attractiveness in patterns and for value. We believe you will agree that here you will find the fine s t selection y o u h a v e ever seen. PALL MALL PRINTS, Yard 39c A fine, sheer handkerchief lawn in a wide variety of large and small patterns printed in pastel shades. 36 inch. NORMANDY VOILE, Yard 39c A-lovely quality voile of sheer, even weave \vith p er nent dots on white, pastel and dark backgrounds colors and 36 inch. WENDY BATISTE, Yard 39c Dots and dainty designs individualize this fine quality batiste which conies with light backgrounds. 40 inch and tast colors. HONEYMOON PRINTS, Yard 39c A soft, lustrous print in bright colors suitable for smocks and wash dresses. 36 inch. A. B. C. PERCALES, Yard 25c We have a large assortment of these fine percales in new spring patterns for wash frocks, smocks and pajamas Fast colors. 36 inch. POINTER CLOTH, Yard 39c A sun fast and boil-proof material used in making quilts dresses and smocks. In all wanted plain colors. 36 inch. SHIRTINGS, Yard 45c and 59c Durable madras shirtings in patterns that please the men and boys. Large assortments. 36 inch. Fast colors. WHITE GOODS~ A new shipment includes checked and striped dimitv nainsook, longcloth, dress linen, poplin, voile, broadcloth nurses' uniform cloth and merceline batiste for infants' dresses. TRAIN your bowels to be rcculnr- to move al the same time .every day; to be so thorough that Ihey get rid of all the wnstc. Syrup Pepsm-j-a doctor's prescription- will help you do this. When you lake this compound of laxative herbs, pure pepsin and other valuable jngredients. you are helping the bowels to help themselves. Dr. Cnldwcirs Syrup Pepsin is the sensible thing to take whenever you are headachy, bilious, nmt-sick from constipation. When you have no appetite and a bad taste or bad breath shows you're full of poison. Dr. Calthvell studied bowel troubles for M years. His prescription always -works, quick- ly, thoroughly; ran never do you any h.i'rm. It just cleans you out and sweetens the whole digestive tract. It gives those over-worked bowels the help they need. Take some Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin today, and see how fine you feel tomorrow--and for days to come. Give it to the kiddies when they're sickly or feverish; they'll like the tastel Your druggist has big bottles of it, ail ready for use. DR. W. B. CALDWCLL'S A Doctor's Family Laxative J. P. COATS THREAD 100 yard spools 250 yard spools 6for25c 3for25c J. P. 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