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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 6

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THURSDAY, MARCH 2, 1933 DARWIN REVERED IN SOVIET UNION FOR HIS THEORY Many Copies of His Book Printed; Others Propagate Teachings . MOSCOW, (Correspondence o the Associated Press)--Foremos among the 19th century scientists honored in soviet Russia is Charles Darwin, famous expounder o, revolutionary theory. The memory of the man who shocked theologians with his work on the origin of species is reverec in the soviet union and his writings are regarded with something of the awe elsewhere inspired by the Scriptures. Since the establishment of the soviet regime, 1,700,000 copies ol books by Darwin or by others propagating his teachings have been printed in the U. S. S. R. Have Darwin Museum A museum has been founded, bearing his name and dedicated tc the popularization of Darwinism, which specializes in exhibits illustrating the evolution of living organisms. It has published various monographs on the origin of man. In another institution, the biological museum, soviet scientists have built up a number of exhibits devoted to the "role of labor in the process of transforming' the ape into man." Other exhibits include a collection of freaks of nature as refutation of the metaphysical theories of preordained rational structure of living organisms. Study Darwin's Theory . Other scientific institutions, such as the institute of physiology of the all-union academy of sciences, are devoting much time to research on problems growing out of the Darwinian theory. For the maintenance of the Pavlov laboratories of evolutionary physiology, leading in such researches, the soviet government this year appropriated 2,400,000 rubles (nearly $475,000 at the official Russian rate for the ruble). Shaw's "St. Joan" to Be Presented by Iowa U.'s Theater IOWA CITY--George Bernard Shaw's "St Joan" is the next production of the University of Iowa theater as the fifth play of the year's community series. It is scheduled for evening per- 'formances March 14, 15, 16 and 17, with a Saturday matinee March 18. "St.-Joan," occuring only three weeks after "Johnny Johnson," will be the last play in the theater until mid-,May. "St. Joan," described by critics as one of the finest plays of modern times, was given gy university students some - years ago before the dramatic arts building with its excellent technical equipment was built Iowa State, Alabama Co-Eds Will Debate Chivalry Question AMES--Is 'the chivalry of the southern men preferred to the efficiency of those of the north? That is the question Iowa State college and University of Alabama co-eds will debate here March 7. The students from Dixie will, of course, "uphold their preference for the chivalrous southern gentlemen while the Iowa State women will argue their partiality for northern efficiency. Patricia Maveety, Oak Park, TIL, and Virginia Abbott, Hastings Ncbr., will debate for Iowa State college opposite Mary Elizabeth Johnson and Lenora Jean Taylor of the University of Alabama. .SMITH BROS. I COUGH DROPS CONTAIN VITAMIN A] HERE and THERE Miscellaneous Items From 125 Globe-Gazette Correspondents in North Iowa and Southern Minnesota Returns From Arkansas STILSON--Emil Peterson, who _ias been at Hot Springs, Ark. for medical treatment has returned home. Parents of Daughter WODEN--Mr. and Mrs. C a r l Tegtmeyer are parents of a girl born at their home. On Business Trip D O U G H E R T Y -- G e o r g e Stand t and Ted Soom made a business trip to Moline, 111., on Saturday. At Parental Home HURT--Mrs. Marvin Anderson, Dows, spent last week here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Worden. Visits at Shellrock ROCK F A L L S--Miss Levetta Edgar visited her sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Hyde and children of Shellrocfc over the weekend. Visitors From Rockwell GRAFTON--The Rev. and Mrs. Fredrick Landdeck spent Sunday afternoon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wahl. They returned ;o their home at Rockwell in the evening. Return From South H U T C H I N S -- M r . and Mrs. Arthur Olson and Diane have re- .urned from a 2 weeks' vacation rip w h i c h took them into Kansas, Oklahoma, Texas, Arkansas, Missouri and Louisiana. Are Weekend Guests OTRANTO--Mr. and Mrs. Wilur Nicholson of Waukon spent he weekend at the parental A. B. "·ope home. No School Held CARPENTER--There was no chool here Monday because of ad roads and weather. Go to Minneapolis T _. »;rTM ,» TV; TV onjieTuiLiLi--Mr. ana Mrs. M. LELAND--Mr. and Mrs. Henry E. Farber, Minneapolis, spent the Beckjorden left _ Saturday for weekend with his parents, Mr. and MinneapoLs to visit at the home Mrs. George Farber. their son Junior and other relatives there. Home From Hospital OTRANTO--Mrs. G. Buringud nd infant daughter are home rom the hospital at Austin. Undergoes Operation WHITTEMORE--Kenneth Mer;en, 7 months old baby of Mr. nd Mrs. Mike Mergen had an op- · -; "?-:»-" ""r, · r nuuu--£,. c. nail made a m Creer?ho°s r niSl S Sund a v C MC ~ ««ss trip to Port Dodge Sunday. uiLLiy Hospital ounaay. jjj Hampton Hospital sotans Gnests DOWS--Palmer Holmes Is In ..-..-,,.--Mr and Mrs. An- the Lutheran hospital at Hampton drew Houstad and daughter, Jean f or examination and treatment f Minneapolis, Minn., were din- ' Rome From Varca n *5 gu _ e ? ts ,^ un 'i? y at * e . hol 2? of OTHANTO--Mrs. John Klusmeier is home from spending the past two weeks with her daughter and family, the George Ransoms, at Varca, where she helped care for Mrs. Ransom and the baby daughter. Leland School Closes LELAND--School did not open Tuesday morning because of the blizzard and remained closed Wednesday because of the snow blocked roads. At Parental Home KANAWHA --Mr..' and · Mrs. Raymond Davidson visited at the home of Mr. Davidson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Davidson at Pocahontas and with relatives at Laurens. Miss Jane Hawley, niece of Mrs. Davidson's, returned home with them for a week's visit. Go to Fort Dodge GOLDFIELB--J. E. Richardson, George Taylor and Ole Lerdal attended a bankers' meeting at Fort Dodge on Monday evening. Home From Florida LEROY, Minn.--Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and ,, _ at the home of Mr?. C. C. Lucas. . Undergoes 'Appendectomy · DOWS--Mrs. F. S. Brogan went o the Lutheran hospital at Hamp- on Sunday and underwent an appendectomy on Monday. Guests at Luverne LUVERNE--Mrs. H. E. Peitzke lad as her Sunday guests,'Mr. and rtrs. John Flora and daughter, Wildred, Wesley, and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Peitzke and son James, Waterloo, Sunday. Returns to Indiana. ·WHITTEMORE--Werner Siems eturned to his home in Evansr rifle, Ind., Sunday evening. He vas called here by the death of his sister, Esther. Are From Fay cite KANAWHA--Mr. and Mrs. A. . Staggell of Fayette spent Sun- Jay at the home of their daughter, Mrs. Charles "Whitney. Return From Mexico LEROY, Minn. -- Mrs. Clara 'rentis is home from her trip to lexico City with her son-in-law nd daughter, Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Young of Spring Valley. School is Closed OTRANTO--Otranto school was losed Tuesday because ol the lizzard. To Visit at Havre, Mont. ROCKFORD -- Judson Burnett, rofessor in a Havre, Mont., col- egs came to Rockford Monday to ake his aged parents, Dr. and Irs E. H. Burnett who have been n poor health to Havre to remain ndefinitely in his home. Visit at Lakoia BUFFALO CENTER -- T h e lisses Gertrude and Anna Bruns pent Sunday in the William ·labus home at Lakota Sunday. Leaves for West OTRANTO--Katherine Sine left Tonday for Minneapolis where he will visit for a short time, then vill leave for Seattle, Wash., vhere she will attend the state niversity. Coming to Mason City HOTEL CERRO GORDO Tuesday, March 7 From 8 A. M. to 5 P. M. And Monday Evening, March 6 8 P. SI. to 9 P. M. RETURN EVERT 28 DAYS Dr. J. F. Shallenberger, M. D. 3 ? d re " aible Chicago Specialist. I will make my regu- a ^ ove , f ate . an ^ will be glad to sec those afflicted with rhr ' , . y ° ne welcome to in for ee .w 1 *TM M dis *?. ses of the Stomach and Bowels; Liver and Gall Blad- ,« C £T ber l hav f 5 ad 32 years of successful experience treating this TMTM n *1l? eases a - n ^ have s u**s£ully treated thousands of patient many of them avoiding operations through mv treatment n n r f a f l i r f J . e T * Mr*^^^^ Return to Illinois GARNER--Following a day in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Archie Bowers, John Tice and his sister, Miss Helen Tice, returned to their TIP T TZ CTT.TT^TM ' home at Mount Morris, I1L Miss DR. J. F. SHALLENBERGER, M. D.. 1544 E. 53rd St., Chicago, Illinois Mildrc 3 Bowers returned with BHBHOdm^ them after spending the winter here with her parents. ' Write for free booklet on rectal ond chronic diseases. Address letters to Visit In Minnesota GRAFTON--Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Krueger, Mrs. Martha Krueger and Arlene Krueger visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gust Krue ger near Conger, Minn., Sunday. Daughter Is Born LUVERNE -- A g i r l , Patricia Ann, was born to Mr. and Mrs M. L. Peterson Wednesday. At Parental Home SHEFFIELD--John Atkinson, a student at the state university at Iowa City spent the week end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Atkinson. Visitors Prom Ames BUFFALO CENTER--Mr. and Mrs. Clem Galagan ot Ames, spent the weekend with friends here, Visit at Fort Bodge RAKE--Mr. and ,'Mrs. Lars Johnson and daughter Lois spent the weekend visiting relatives in Fort Dodge. To Hutchison, Minn. FENTON--Mr. and Mrs. Carl Beck drove to Hutchison, Minn., Saturday for a visit with relatives. Visit at Crystal Lake CRYSTAL LAKE--Mr. and Mrs. Roy Osmund and son, Bobbie, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Osmund and son Dickie of Owatonna, Minn., spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Laurice Larson. Arc From Des Moines ALEXANDER--Mr. a n d Mrs. Axel Nelsen of Des Moines, visited at the Fred Greenfield home. Visitors From Wesley PLYMOUTH--L. D. Butts and 3eorge Wallace of Wesley spent the weekend at the Floyd Wherry home, 3 miles east of town. Are From Minneapolis ! SHEFFIELD--Mr. and Mrs. M. Son Is Born SCARVLLLE--Mr. a n d Mrs. Leslie Pederson are the parents of a boy born Saturday, Feb. 25. Visitor From Minneapolis JOICE--Mr. Willie Egan of Minneapolis was a visitor at the J. H. Bang home Saturday. Goes to Former Home RUDD--E. E. Hall made a busi- Leo Regan, Mrs. W. E.' Regan and C. J. Wells arrived home Friday from their trip to Florida. Undergoes Operation TJOWS--Mrs. Irving Wyardo returned Monday from the Ellsworth hospital, in Iowa Falls, where she underwent a goitre on- eration on Thursday before. Attend Meeting GREENE--H. A. Downs, W. M. of the local Masonic lodge attended the Blue Lodge circle at Bristow Monday night. He was accompanied by the Rev. F. A. Mun- neke, E. D. Wilder and. L. H. Davis. Lund Family Moves BUFFALO CENTER--Mr. and Mrs. Lund and family who have been occupying the Lloyd Robinson house in the southeast part of town moved into the Furst property Monday. On Business Trip OTRANTO -- Charlie Woodley made a business trip to SL Paul Monday. Visit at Farihaulf, Minn. LEROY, Minn.--Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Larson who spent the week with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Larson, have gone to Faribault to visit her people before returning to their home at Chicago. Visit at Madelia, Minn. . KANAWHA--Eli Olson of Newark, 111., who is visiting relatives in Kanawha. J. E. Olson, Marcia Olson and Mr. and Mrs. Benton Olson visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Seibert at Madelia, Minn., Sunday. Returns to Cedar Rapids DUMONT--Mrs. Harry Johnson returned to her home at Cedar Rapids Sunday evening after spending 10 days with her parents, called by the illness and death of her father, Will Hutchison. She was accompanied bv her mother and niece, Miss Jean Hutchison, who is a student at Cedar Rapids. Movinc to New Homes OTRANTO--Mr. and Mrs. John " "n's week to _ _ --.. --..,.,, ,,,, ,,,,. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Richard will mov ! into , thc home Von Bergen's Wl " Ch they have PUJ MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE Joice Repair Shop Is Being Erected by T. 0. Thovson JOICE--T. O. Thovson, proprietor of the local implement shop, will build a repair shop 18 feet by 32 feat on the lot back of his shop in the near future. Leland Schott will be in charge of repair work on farm machinery and Andrew Luckason will continue as salesman. Mr. Schott has been located at Hanlontown up to this time, but has moved to Joice with his family to take over his position here. MEET ATS. 0,1, Speakers on Program of Pharmaceutical Symposium Selected IOWA CITY--Eleven speakers on varied topics and 22 men to discuss their talks have been appointed for the program of the University of Iowa's third annual pharmaceutical symposium March IS and 17. Dean R. A. Kuever of the college of pharmacy Friday an- nounced Jjnal plans for the affair. The symposium is designed to be of aid to .the practicing pharmacists of Iowa. Fellowships in the Iowa Academy of Pharmacy will be conferred upon all men contributing to the program and officers for 1939-40 will be elected. Edward S. Rose of Iowa City is the present president. The program will include such topics as new conceptions of antiseptics, problems of retail stores, Federal food, drug and cosmetic act, promoting the prescription department, and vitamins and the pharmacist. All of the discussion leaders are lowans but ten of the speakers are from other states, Dean Kuever said. They include pharmacists from Chicago, New .York, Akron, Ohio, Aurora, 111., Rochester, N. Y., Dayton, Ohio, Rutherford, N. J., and Indianapolis, Ind. Among the lowans are L L, Eisentraut of Des Moines, B. E. Bills of Ottumwa, Charles Falken- hainer of Dubuque, Charles Stepan of Marshalltown, O. A. Bjornstad of Spencer, L. R. Henderson of Muscatine and M. E. McDaniel of Washington. BUYS BANK BUILDING LELAND--A business deal was closed recently when Ellsworth Seyerson purchased the bank building here. The Ed Severs on family moved March I from the Andrew Branstad acreage east of town to the apartments in the bank building. George Godfrey of Ames to Speak for Co-Op at Rockwell ROCKWELL--Saturday will be the fiftieth anniversary of the Rockwell Farmers Co-Op erativo society. Noon free lunch w i l l be served at Legion halL At 1 o'clock the regular business will be taken up, after which there will be discussion of patronage dividends and society memberships. 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