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Mason City, Iowa
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Wednesday, March 18, 1936
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MASON CJTY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH 18 ·{ 1936 SEVEN PEASE WILL GO TO CONVENTION Lake School Head Is President of North Central Teachers. CLEAR LAKE--Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Pease will leave Thursday morning for Fort Dodge to attend the · · A GENIUS J)R. R. V. Pierce, whose picture appears here, was a profound student of the medicinal qualities of Nature's remedies --· roots and herbs. For n e a r l y 70 years Dr. Piercc's Golden Medical Discovery has been sold in the drug stores of the United Stales and _Canada. If you wish to have vim, vigor and vitality, try this "Discovery." It eliminates poisons from the intestines, aids digestion, acts as a tonic. Buy now 1 New size, tablets 50c., liquid $1.00 and $1.35. fifteenth annual session of: the North Central division of the Iowa State Teachers association Thursday, Friday and Saturday. ' Mr. pease, who is superintendent of the Clear Lake schools, is president of the association; W. A. Ortmeyer, Armstrong, vice president; Elizabeth Slee, Webster City, secretary and R. E. Nyquist, Mason City, treasurer. Name North Iowa us. Other committees naming North lowans serving at the convention are: Executive committee--H. J. Williams, Spencer; C. L. McDowell, Eagle Grove; E. E. Swanson, Hurn- boldt; nominating--Supt. John E. Smith, Buffalo Center; Principal W. A. Cresap, Estherville, and Supt Hazel Thomas, Belmond; auditing-Supt. C. J. Christiansen, Clarion; County Supt. Mrs. J. H. McMichael, Pocahontas, and Supt. Norman Norland. Laurens; resolutions--Supt. J. R. Mounce, Garner; County Supt. Thomas E. Johnson, Dakota City, and Supt. J. Rollin Grant, Pocahontas. A number of distinguished speakers have been obtained for the general program. Paul V. McNutt, governor of the state of Indiana, who will talk on "The Duty of the State," at the Thrusday evening meeting, and on "Indiana's Gross Income Tax," at a meeting before the Chamber of Commerce and their convention guests, is probably the most outstanding. On Byrd's Expedition. Dr. Thomas C. Poulter, second in command on the Byrd Antarctic Expedition n. will also be in attendance to give an illustrated lecture on "The Byrd Expedition in the Field," before the Friday morning group. He will speak again at the superintendents' and principals' luncheon Friday at the Wahkonsa hotel on "Organization and Government on the Byrd Expedition," to which Mr. Pease will attend. Homer W. Anderson, superintendent of schools of Omaha, will speak at the Saturday morning session on "Pupil, Teacher and Superintendent," and Paul Weaver, Stephens college instructor, Columbia, Mo., will speak on this same session on "The Qualitative Life--An Inference of Education." Miss Vivian Peterson, instructor in Fort Dodge, formerly of Clear Lake, will be the leader of the commercial study group in which interviews will be made of business persons on "What do you want us to teach office workers?" Mr. Pease will speak at the opening session responding for the teachers to the welcome address by the Fort Dodge school head.' If everybody seems unfriendly and hateful, it mean s your grippe is no better. -- Dubuque Telegraph- Herald. Yes... Miss Kingsley · Hundreds of Mason City Women Agree With You . . . C H O C O L A T E C R E A M is a Superior, Dependable C O F F E E CHOCOLATE CREAM CHOSEN FOR THE 5th CONSECUTIVE GLOBE-GAZETTE COOKING SCHOOL Mason City, Iowa, March 17, 183 · Dear Mr. Morgan: I want you to know how thoroughly delighted I am to have the privilege of using your Chocolate Cream Coffee in my Globe-Gazette Cooking School. Of course, the fact that I select a. certain brand in preference to others usually carries considerable weight with the manufacturer. But even so, there are sometimes complicating factors. I am very happy to know that nothing is going to interfere, and that we will be harmoniously associated in the school. Naturally I must "lean over backward" in the matter of quality when selecting a product for my demonstrations. The lecturer's platform is no place for vain regrets that one didn't do this or that--everything must be right before the school ever begins. I have the utmost confidence in Chocolate Cream Co£t'ea, having used it many times in my work and always finding it uniform. Practical women are going to like your new glass package as well as the famous flavor, I'm sure, and so I'm doubly glad to demonstrate and recommend your product in the school. ·(Signed), ANN KINGSLEY Miss Kingsley approves Chocolate Cream for the Globe-Gazette Cooking School, thus confirming the opinion already held by many Mason City women--that Chocolate Cream is a mighty fine Coffee. She says, in effect: "My tests show Chocolate Cream to be a high grade blend, and dependably uniform. I can rely on it in rny exacting platform demonstrations." ' Her approval indicates further that she has checked the selling price of Chocolate Cream at local stores, and found it reasonable -- Miss Kingsley considers economy as well as quality in her recommendations. Chocolate Cream was the "hit of the season" 'way back in 1900. It has continued a popular favorite ever since -- because Chocolate Cream is good Coffee at a fair price. for Canning and Preserving SAVE the COUPONS GET ATTRACTIVE GIFTS Clear Lake Globe-Gazette OFFICE PHONE 239 HELEN HENDRICKS, News Editor LEE DEWIGGINS, Circulation and Advertising Residence Phone 310-W Residence Phone 67 MUSIC CONTEST IS SCHEDULED Winners Will Compete in Sub-District .at Britt. CLEAR LAKE--The home music contest will be held at the high school auditorium Friday evening at 8 o'clock. Odvin Hagen, professor of voice at Waldorf college, Forest City, will act as judge of the contest. Winners in this contest will compete in tie sub-district contest at Britt April 3 and 4. In addition to the program which follows the boys' trio, girls' sextet, girls' glee club and mixed chorus will appear in contest costume. Piano solo, "First Movement of Sonata Pathetique" by Beethoven, played by Marguerite Kennedy. Soprano solo, "Open the Gates of the Temple" by Maxine Christensen, accompanied by Mrs. J. J. McCormick; solo by Joyce Hushaw, accompanied by Mrs. H. S. Hushaw; "Joy of the Morning," "Morning," sung by Helen Lomen, Jean Beckner, accompanying. Alto solos--"Silent Night," "In the Garden," sung by lare McCormick, Mrs. J. J. McCormick, accompanying; "Like As the Heart De- sireth," "Slave Seng," sung by Lois Peterson; "Wiricls," "Oh, It's Quiet Down Here," sung by Margaret Wolford, Jean Beckner accompanying. Tenor solos, "Maeushla," sung by Bob Brose, Jean Beekner accompanying; "The House by the Side of the Road," sung by Homer Cobb, Marguerite Kennedy accompanying. Bass solos, "HiHs of Home," sung by Lloyd Lyon, accompanied by Marguerite Kennedy; "Bells of the Sea," "The-Blind Ploughman," sung by Bill Kennedy, Ben Giles, accompanist; "Mother Macbree" sung by Hiram Shankweiler, Mrs. Shankweiler, accompanist. Clear Lake Briefs Mr. and Mrs. Elton Lnscomb who have spent the winter in St. Cloud, Fla., returned to their home on South Third street Tuesday. Mrs. George Franklin of Ventura underwent a major operation at the Mercy hospital, Mason City. Two of her children Esther and Robert, are staying with Mrs. Franklin's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Orren Porter, while the other two children, George, Jr., and Roseann, are with their grandparents, C. J. Franklins at Miller. Harold Charlesworth, student at Carleton college, Northfield, Minn., spent the week-end at home with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Charlesworth. Vincent Minette, Elkader, arrived Wednesday to spend the week-end at home with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Minette. Mr. and Mrs. Iver Hodnefield, East Main street, left Wednesday morning for Minneapolis for a visit with their daughters, Mrs. F. M. Olson, Mw. R. Nelson and Lillian Hodnefield. Mrs. Hodnefield will also visit her daughter, Mrs. Paul Castle at Marshall, Minn., who is recovering from a severe illness. Orren Porter, rural mail carrier, is taking his 15 days vacation and Robert Findson is substituting on his route. Mr. Porter will retire from active service April 30 after serving 26 years and one month. " Mr. and Mrs. Orel Hoel and family and F. M. Hoel, Decorah, moved to their farm north of Ventura which they recently purchased. Stanley Wick, student at Wheaton college, Wheaton, III., will go on a tour with the men's glee club March 27. The tour includes Peoria, 111., St. Louis, Kansas City and Omaha. He will also visit relatives at Kansas City. )ervices f o r Mrs. Buffmgton to Be Held at M.E. Church CLEAR LAKE--Funeral services for Mrs. W. W. Buffington, Zearing, will be held at the Methodist church Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock with Dr. B. W. Riner officiating. Burial will be made in the Clear Lake cemetery. Mrs. Faith Monaghen will be soloist..The Women's Relief corps will convene at the church in a body at 1:45 to attend the rites. Mrs. Buffington's mother, Mrs. W. D. Hartsough, is a member of the organization. Dorothy Rae Dodge . Celebrates Birthday CLEAR LAKE--Miss Dorothy Rac Dodge, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Dodge, entertained a group of girls at her home Tuesday afternoon from 4 to 6 o'clock in celebration of her ninth birthday. Party stunts were the afternoon's diversion and green hankerchiefs were presented to the guests as favors. The pink and green color scheme was carried out in the refreshments. Guests were Doris Erickson, Donna Neal, Wilma Dunsmoor, Birdell Kruck, Lana Ann Giles, Norma Jean Myhr, Jeanyce Miller and Evonne Olson. Getting ahead in civil service is a matter of knowing the right people, but what of it? How else can you get ahead in any other business.-Lincoln Star. Style Show Will Be Held at Theater CLEAR LAKE--Plans are bring made to hold a style show at the new Lake theater Wednesday, March 5. The affair is being sponsored by the Nichols shop and O. T. Hansen company. Other firms may join in the showing at a later date. Clear Lake Calendar Thursday--Club dance at North Shore Country club, Bobby Griggs playing. Crescent club at Mrs. R. R. Rogers home, North Second street. Music Mothers benefit show and vaudeville at Lake theater. Linger Longer club at Mrs. J. J. Julsen home, West Main street. Friday--Group 4 of Congregational Ladies' Aid, dessert luncheon at Mrs. L. E. Ashland home, North Fourth street, Enola Redfearn, co- hostess. Past Noble Grands at I. 0. 0. F. hall, 8. Rebekah circle at I. O. 0. F. hall, supper at 6. Home music contest at high school, 8. Mixed dance at Surf ballroom. Saturday--Oyster supper at Zion Lutheran church, Priscilla circle serving. Dance at North Shore Country club, Don Watts playing. Dance at Surf ballroom. UNWRITTEN WORK IS PLANNED FOR GEOTJP Rebekah circle will convene at the I. O. 0. F. hall Friday afternoon to present the unwritten work for commission. Mrs. C. A. Comstock is chairman of the dinner committee which will sehve a 6 o'clock dinner. We gather from Governor Talmadge's radio speech that he is in favor of abolishing Roosevelt taxes, and final "g's."--Howard Brubaker in The New Yorker. GIVE PROGRAM AT P. T, A, UNIT Speaker From State Medical Society Heard by Group. CLEAR LAKE--A large crowd attended the evening meeting of the Parent-Teachers association Tuesday night at the high school. Charmaine Peterson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Peterson, entertained with two tap numbers, a waltz tap and two step. Her dainty green costume carried out the theme of St. Patrick's day. She is a dance student of Miss Barbara Isaacs, Mason City. Chorus Sang. The music of the junior high school chorus showed the promise of much fine talent in years to come. The 80 voice group sang four numbers in two, three and four part harmony. The boys' chorus, and double mixed quartet of the eighth grade presented two numbers. Miss Clara Metcalf accompanied them and Patricia Ball of the eighth grade announced the selections. Dr. Walter K. Long who was sent to the meeting by the speaker's bureau of the Iowa State Medical Society, spoke on the future physical educational program instead of the "Adolescent Age" as he had previously announced. Talked to Group. He pointed out that many illnesses of latter life could be avoided providing regular examination of school children, beginning with the preschool child, were made obligatory. "Physical growth and strength are as important as mental development," he continued. "As in the early days physical training was to prepare young- men for war, the future wlil train all young people for life. A hobby for every adult would do much toward overcoming nervous disorders. 'Flunking out' in physical education is as serious as 'flunking out' in a prescribed course." Refreshments were served by the committee, Mrs. Ralph Ingcrsol, Mrs. Fred Rogers, Mrs. Chris Johnston, Mrs. Raymond Monaghen and Mrs. Conrad Pederson. M. E. CUCCLK PLANS BAKE SALE SATUKUAY Circle No. 3 of the Methodist Ladies' Aid made plans to hold a bake sale Saturday at the Bailey Variety store at its recent meeting at the J. F. Charlesworth home. East Main street. Assisting hostesses were Mcs. Paul Miller. Mrs. Gus Hcinrich and Mrs. Roy Hoit. Mrs. Ann Galford led the devotions. Candidates Obtain Nomination Papers DES MOINES. (.W--B. Mohnscn of Muscatinc Wednesday obtained nomination papers to seek the republican nomination for secretary of state. State Senator M. X. Geske. D). of McGregor obtained papers for re- nomination, and five candidates received papers for nomination to the Iowa house. They were: C. G. Johnson ( D ) , Marathon; Otto Fuelling. (D) Farmersburg, Vance J. Price. (F-L1, Waterloo; C. B. Moore, ( D ) , Urbana; and H. L. Vaughrin. ( D ) , Melbourne. Aged lowan, Nearly Blind, Walks Into Bonfire; Is Rescued SHENANDOAH, (.Ti--James Ubil, 85, and nearly blind, walked into a bonfire of pine needles his crippled brother, Dave, started in the yard of their home here His trousers caught fire, but Mrs. H. H. Hatcher, a neighbor, saved his life by grabbing up a pail of water and dashing it over him. His legs were severely burned. LAKE THEATRE WEDNESDAY - THURSDAY Janet Gaynor - Henry Fonda "FARMER TAKES A WIFE" 3 ACTS ON THE STAGE Sponsored by the Music Mothers of Clear Lake CONFERENCE ON TRUCKS PLANNED Wallace, Mattery to Meet Monday With Officials From Minnesota. DE5 MO1NES, (A'l--Supt. Lew Wallace of the state motor vehicle department announced Wednesday a meeting next Monday to attempt to arbitrate a truck licensing disagreement between Iowa and Minnesota. Chief John Mattery of the Iowa State Highway Patrol and Chief J. P. Arnokly of the Minnesota patrol will confer with him at that time, Wallace said. Iowa patrolmen this week were ordered to the state border to pick up Minnesota trucks which did not carry Iowa license. The move; purportedly followed similar action against Iowa trucks in the neighboring state. Education to Combat Tuberculosis Spread Urged at Iowa Meet FORT DODGE. (/PI--Education to combat the spread of tuberculosis was urged by speakers at the meeting of the Iowa Tuberculosis association which opened a two day session Wednesday in conjunction with the Iowa Heart and Iowa Sanatorium associations: The awakening of the public to the need of early diagnosis, isolation of active cases and the keeping up of general health and proper treatment, preferably in sanatoriums, was urged. Co-operation of the public was urged in toe campaign to cut down the disease which ranks seventh as the cause of deaths in the United States. PARK THEATRE WEDNESDAY "The Unwelcome Stranger" with Jack Holt, Mona Barrio HOLLYWOOD NEWS VITA PHONE VAUDEVILLE KRAZY. KAT lOc and lie Thursday and Friday "THE WIDOW FROM MONTE CARLO" Admission 10e-]5c W H E N BETTER A U T O M O B I L E S A R E B U I L T , B U I C K W I L L B U I L D T H E M * at the factory is the lowest list price ever put on a Buick. But this $765* buys the most efficient type of straight-eight engine in the world--the Buick valve-in-head straight-eight. This $765* buys the safety of tiptoe hydraulic brakes combined with the overhead protection of the solid steel "Turret Top." This $765* buys Knee-Action, plus weight- balanced springing, plus freedom from backlash and vibration through torque-tube drive. This $765* buys acceleration from 10 to 60 in 20.7 seconds, thrifty gas mileage, and a lightness of handling that's the answer to a woman driver's prayer. And this $765* buys a car engineered in Buick's own matchless manner, which means not only smoothness and steadiness and road-hugging evenness at every speed--but the sort of tough- fibred stamina that makes cobwebs grow in the repair shops! A car like this at a price like this is news worth knowing any day in the week--but for the real surprise let us show you how k figares out in weekly payments. The new GMAC 6% Time Payment Plan cots the cost of buying a car on time. Why not use these savings to get the kind of car you've always wanted? 316 No. Federal Mason City Phone 288

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