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March 12, 1936

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 4

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FOUR MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH 12 1936 RAPID EXPANSION OF NIGHT SCHOOLS IN IOWA PREDICTED MANY SUBJECTS BEING OFFERED 19 Larger Towns Report 71 Classes for Industrial, Trade Workers. DBS MOOTES, (UP)--Rapid expansion of Iowa's widespread system of night schools during 1936 was predicted by F. E. Moore, director of the state board for vocation education. Nineteen of the larger industrial towns and cities of the state have already reported 71 classes which are attended by trade and industrial workers, Moore said. Instruction is given in personnel and leadership problems to plant and shop foremen; workers in a wide range of activities are receiving skilled training 1 and many special courses are taught. For instance, there are courses available in welding, Diesel engines, woodworking, air conditioning, shop mathematics, blue print reading, drafting, industrial chemistry and auto mechanics. 120 Have Programs. Approximately 120 Iowa communities are maintaining some kind of a. program of vocational instruction for adults and older youths, Moore said. la approximately 100 Iowa town and village high schools, classes in ·agriculture are conducted for adult farmers and farm boys, he added. Courses taught include land utilization, soil conservation and current farm problems; livestock and crop production; farm mechanics and farm home beautification. Cultural Subjects Taught In both rural and urban communities, classes dealing with important problems of the home are being maintained, according to the vocational director. Opportunities are not limited to the so-called "practical" subjects, Moore said. Classes in art, music, languages, and other "leisure-time" subjects also are taught. HERE and THERE Miscellaneous Items From 125 Globe-Gazette Correspondents in North Iowa and Minnesota. Dr. John Gardner of Lisbon Will Run for State Representative CEDAR. RAPIDS, UP)--Dr. John I. Gardner of Lisbon, president of the Linn County Medical society, a ast president of the Iowa Reserve Officers association, a Spanish war and World war veteran, Thursday announced his candidacy for the re. mblican nomination to the state louse of representatives from Linn county at the June primaries. Dr. Gardner was mayor of Lisbon for 10 years. I TBADEHOME-FR1DAY AND SATURDAY f Spring 26 New spru Styles in PATENT LEATHER · BUCKLE PUMP Children's Mickey Mouse RED TOP Rubber BOOTS 1 ·WIDE STRAP .97 ' SQUARE TOE OXFORDS $-J.97 ·Square Toe Low Heels S|.97 Children's Leather Sole School Shoes Sport Oxfords Blue, Gray, Tan, White Men's Gocdpar Wefts Leather Setes Pointed Toes * LOW HEEL SABDALS Men's Suek Oxfords Brown, Gray Given Away Free tt Visit Tradehome for Full Details! 18 South Federal Mason Citv, Iowa Directors Are Chosen. KANAWHA--In the school board election Reinard Dirksen and S. S. Tande were elected. Mr. Tande was re-elected and Mr. Dirksen will take the place of Ben 'Sheldahl whose term expired. Dirksen received 115 votes, S. S. Tande 99 votes and Dr. R. W. .Peterson 81 votes. F. . N. Knudsen was elected treasurer with no opposition. Move to Fort Atkinson. SPEDLVILLB--The following moving took place: Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Huber to Fort Atkinson; Mr. and Sylvester Strnad on the Huber farm; Louis Strnad on the place vacated by Sylvester Strnad; Mr. and Mrs. Ted Herold on the Mrs. Joseph Ruth farm. School Vote Small SWEA CITY--D. W. Fulls and C. F. Berggren were re-elected to the school hoard. Only 80 votes were cast, the smallest number in many years. Dr. C. C. Anderson and Harold Roba were opposing candidates Keturn From Oklahoma. JOICB--Mrs. George Abraham and son, Richard, returned home from Knowles, Okla., where the} spent the last two months with rei atives. Defendant Is Winner. DUMONT--A jury returned a ver diet in favor of the defendant in z law suit conducted Monday after noon in the office of F. W, Noel ting, justice of the peace, with Young vs. Jungling over the right of a farm. Visitor From Missouri. LATIMER--Miss Zella Riffle o Sullivan, Mo., is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Bruce O'Neal. Leaving for California. KANAWHA--The Kanawha Woman's club held a farewell party Monday evening for Mrs. Ed Han son. The evening was spent socially and a lovely buffet lunch was served. The committee in charge consisted of Mrs. Orin Johnson, Mrs John Guderian and Mrs. Fred Knudsen. Mr. and Mrs. Hanson and two sons, Donald and Neil, are leaving: Friday for California where they will live. Subdistriet Meeting- Held. KANAWHA--A sub-district ministerial meeting was held at the home of the Rev. and Mrs. E. A, Briggs Monday. Those in attendance were Dr. W. C. Muhleman, district superintendent of the Algona district; the Rev. and Mrs. J. S. Hutchings of Belmond; the Rev. and Mrs. J. C. Buthman of Clarion; the Rev. and Mrs. John Clifton of Goldfield; Heads Debaters the Rev. and Mrs..C. R. Yeager pf Renwick and .the Rev; K. W. Killer of Corwjth. · " · . Benefit to Be Tuesday. RUDD--There will be Royal Neighbor benefit card party at the hall Tuesday evening. Birthday Is Celebrated. JOICE--A large number of friends surprised Mrs. Lena Abraham at her home on her birthday. Daughter Is Born. HANSELL--Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Taylor are parents of an 8 pound daughter born March 10. This is their first child. Move to Dodge Center. GARNER--Mr. and Mrs. Walter Massey, who farmed in this vicinity many years, have gone to Dodge Center, Minn., to farm. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rayhons, Sr., who have lived on their farm in- Garfield township 55 years have moved to Garner to a residence in the south part of town they purchased of Art Haes. Birthday Is Observd. KANAWHA--A 4. o'clock dinner was served several guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Foster in honor of Mr. Foster's birthday which was Sunday. Are Parents of Son. KANAWHA--Mr. and Mrs. C. H| Burass are the parents of an 8^ pound boy born Sunday, March 8. Chosen on Board, SPILLVILLB--John Fisher and James Cekal were elected on the new school board, Daughter Is Born. CRYSTAL LAKE--Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Rigles are parents of a daughter born to them at the Irish hospital at Forest City. This is their first "child. Recovering From Illness. JOICE--Mrs. Oliver Martinson is recovering from her jllnes of the past week. Ke-EIected to Office. HANSELL--Bert Roberts, who was up for re-election on the Hansell school board was re-elected to serve a term of three years. Guests From Fergus Falls. LATIMER--Mr. and Mrs. Fred Passebe of Fergus Falls, Minn., were visitors at the K. J. Fraugott home. Mr. and Mrs. Passebe, who have been visiting at St. Louis, Mo., are enroute to their home. Frank Breen of Dougherty was- elected president of the Columbia college debating team. The debate society is one of the leading organizations on the Columbia campus. He has been an active member of the group his entire four years at Columbia. The team Is scheduled to meet the University of Wisconsin in a debate Friday evening, to be broadcast from that school. Future debates are lo be held with several eastern schools including Northwestern, Loyola and Marquette universities. With the completion of his college course, Mr. Bruen plans to enter the teaching profession. Mascot for Engineers Company Dies in Nashua NASHUA--Tiny A, mascot for Co. A, 109th Iowa engineers, who saw service in France, died Tuesday at the Lee strike farm east of Nashua. Tiny A was owned by a little girl in Des Moines, who donated her to the Red Cross society, ind she was sold on the streets of the city and bought by a businessman who g-ave her to Co. A. When he company left Ft. Demning, the boys were not allowed to take Tiny vith them and they voted to give ler to their major, C. L. Strike, 'ormerly of New, Hampton, for his aby boy who was motherless, who was being cared for at Nashua by lis aunt, Mrs. A. D. Leaman. When Tiny arrived she wa s so tiny she vas placed in the rear seat of Asa Joodell's car, between the two eats, and taken to his farm where he remained until Clarence Strike, "r., was old enough to handle her. jater she was given to the major's :ousin, Lee Strike, for his boy. MUST REGISTER IN IOWA-ORDER Patrolmen Told to Stop A! Minnesota Trucks, Force Registration. DES MOINES, (UP)--Lew Wai lace, motor vehicle department su perintendent, ordered highway pa trolmen to stop all Minnesota trucks and force Iowa registration with few exceptions. The action was ordered to counte a recent Minnesota ruling that low trucks must pay Minnesota fees Wallace said. He stated that fo light weight vehicles license charge o f - t h e two states are similar bu that the Iowa fee is higher fo heavy trucks. The ruling will apply both to "fo hire" trucks and those carryinj merchandise of the owner, the orde said. However, permits for two trips a month for hire trucks carrying fanr products will be issued by the de p a r t m e n t and owner-operatec tracks carrying farm produce or en tering the state empty will be ex empt, it was stated, "The order was issued on the basL of the department's interpretation of an opinion of the attorney gen eral of Minnesota relative to the op eratjon of Iowa registered trucks in that state, and under the reciproca section of Iowa statutes," Wallace said. Winnebago Court Term to Open April 6 With Beardmore on Bench FOREST CITY--Names of the ;rial jurors for the Winnebago coun- :y April terra have been, drawn by the courthouse officials. The term will start April 6 with Judge T. A Beardmore of Charles City presiding. The jurors will report the 13th of that month. Those selected were Wilford Petera, Florence Burman, Hazel Robinson, Charles Holland, Elmer Lunstrum, Earl Christianson, Clifford uhl, James Olsen and Marguerite Anderson of Forest township; Hubert Bear, Henry Gardolen, Pete /arland and George Folkcn of King ownship; EmmaDahl, EllaTapager, ·Jels Bergstad, Stella Thorvelson, lelvin Berg and Theressa Narum of Center township. Buel O. Anderson, Anton Syver- on, clarence Sletten of Logan town- hip; Adolph Oakland of Lincoln owaship; Ruth Hawkinson, Joe Larson and Ben S. Severson of Mount /alley; George Kuss and Marion teinberg of Buffalo township, Seiner J. Rygh of Norway and Virgil Valle of Eden. Americanism: Keeping on the ump to make life more enjoyable; ying of heart disease when life half done.--Davenport Times. 115 at Nora Springs Commerce Club Banquet NORA SPRINGS--The Commercial club met Wednesday evening in the Legion hall where a banquet was served by the ladies of the American Lutheran church. There were 115 places laid for members and their guests. A program included tap dancing by Lorraine Taylor, a solo by Lorimer Olson, moving pictures of his European trip by fiarl Moody and a talk by County Agent Brown. Ayres Heads Iowa Engineering Society MARSHALLTOWN, (JB--Q. A. Ayres, Iowa State college agricultural engineer, was elected president of the Iowa engineering society in convention here. NIGHT and SUNDAY RATES ON LOUG DISTANCE CALLS WW DONT YOU ·CALL BILL BY LONS DISTANCE NOW? DONTWU KNOW THERES A SPECIAL. RATE ON PERSON -TO- .CAUS WHOT3THE DIFFERENCE T THE OPERATOR CAN FIND HIM. ITS IN 0=rECr AU.D4V SUNDAY, AND B/ERY NIGHT. Special races on station-to-station calls now are in effect not only after 7 o'clock every night but also all day Sunday. These rates apply on station-to-station calls for which the day rate is 40 cents or more. Also, there now are special rates on person-to-person calls every night after 7 o'clock and all day Sunday. These rates apply, in general, on person-to-person calls for which the day rate is 55 cents or more. TYPICAL THREE-MINUTE RATES Station-to-Slalion Rates Pcrcon-to-Pcrson Rates Week Day HI gilt in* Sunday 100 $ .60 $ .35 S .90 $ .65 200 1.05 .to 1.40 .95 300 1AO .80 1.80 1.20 400 1.75 1.00 2.20 1.45 500 2.05 1.15 2.55 1.65 NORTHWESTERN BEU TELEPHONE COMPANT 300 to Attend State Tuberculosis Session FORT DODGE, (UP)--More than 300 persons are expected to atteail the Iowa Tuberculosis association meeting here March IS and 19. Among the speakers will be Dr. John F. Allen of Omaha and Dr. T. A. Burcham, president of the Iowa State Medical society, officers of the association said. Did you choose to be aa you are? Then why blame other people for being as they are?--Fountain Inn Tribune. Contract for Plane Engines Is Awarded WASHINGTON. /P)--The war department today awarded a $3,850.000 contract to the Wright Aeronautical corporation of Paterson, N. J., for 512 new airplane engines. a OF RICH, RIPE-BODIED TOBACCO-"IT'S TOASTED" / Excess of Acidity of Other Popular Brands Over Lucky Strike Cigarettes. BALANCE L_ L U C K Y S T R I K E | ! jj 1 , i -- B R A N D B R A N D B ^^^^^·PfM .. ,,. , c ^^te^pwWw^WM^w^ PROPER AGiNG Tobacco in its natural state is harsh and strong. Though "cured" by the grower before sale, it is unsuited for use without further aging. During this aging period (which ranges in the case of Lucky Strike from 1% to 3 years) important changes occur. These "Nature" changes result in the partial "smoothing out" of the original harsh qualities of the leaf. Our process of manufacture carries these improvements many steps further--as every Lucky Strike Cigarette exemplifies: A Light Smoke of rich, ripe-bodied tobacco. IUCKIES ARE LESS ACSDI Recent chemical tests show* thai other popular brands have an excess of acidity over Lucky Strike of from S3 *RESliLT5 VERIFIED BY INDEPENDENT CHEMICAL LABORATORIES AND RESEARCH GROUPS .u "IT'S TOASTED"-Your throat protection -against irritation-against cough Cnrrriehl, ISSh. The AtnsricJU! Tnb»reo Com ('LI,

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