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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 16

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16 SATURDAY, MARCH 4, 1939 Mason City's Calendar March 4--U. C. T. meeting at P. G. and E. auditorium, 6:30 o'clock dinner. March 7--High school operetta, "The Gondoliers," in h i g school auditorium. March 8--V. F. W.-Auxiliary 6:3 p. m. dinner at V. F. W. hal John J. McMahon, V. P. W. leg islative r e p r e s e n t a tive, De Moines, to address V. F. W. March 12 -- Union Candleligh services at the First Church o Christ at 8 o'clock in the eve .ning. March 13--Mason City school elec tion. March 21 to 25--Boys and Girls Hobby show at Y. M. C. A. anc Y. W. C. A. March 23-25--Annual conventioi of the north centra! division of Iowa State Teachers association in Mason City. March 24-April 3--School spring vacation. March 28-31--Globe-Gazette cooking school, high school auditorium. March 29-31--North Irwa building and home furnishings show high school gymnasium. MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE Here in Mason City Joe Koiivalinka, one of lilason City's early day residents, is seriously ill at his home, lly. North Federal avenue, following a stroke Wednesday afternoon. Salvation army can use your cast off clothing, furniture, etc Ph. 758. Approximately 40 students of the literary class of Central school with their teacher, Miss Jennie DeGroot, heard the American School of the Air broadcast over KGLO in the childrens' room of the Mason City library Friday afternoon. A beautiful pictorial and an informative bulletin will be sent free to any one interested in getting a good position in the field of business. The Spring Term opens March 6. The Hamilton School. The standard Red Cross first aid course will be held in the Y. M. C. A. at 7:30 o'clock Monday evening under the supervision of T. L. Connor. Listen to important broadcast over WMT Sun., 9 p. m., Tues 9 p. m., Thurs., 9:30 p. m. Mr. and Mrs. Willis Weyrauch, R. F. D., are recovering from appendectomies which they underwent at the" Mercy hospital. Jane and Johnny's, Clear Lake, now open and featuring our original vegetable hamburger. Miss Dorothy H e l f e n s t e i n , daughter of the Rev. and Mrs. R. C. Helfenstein who reside at the Congregational parsonage, 221 Third street northeast, is visiting her parents for a few weeks for recuperation following a siege of typhoid fever which confined her five weeks in the hospital at Vanderbilt u n i v e r s i t y , Nashville Tenn where she is taking graduate work. Voiture 66 la S o c i e t e des Hommes et 8 Chevaux will hold its regular meeting Monday evening at the club rooms, according to cards sent to members by Garrett Chapman, chef de gare, and Wencil Krejci, correspondent. Shad Morgan, manager of the Mason City branch of the Western Grocery company, and Mrs. Morgan left Friday for an extended stay in Florida. The rural young peoples' forum will hold a meeting at the courthouse Monday evening at 8 o clock, at which time Harry Terrill of the economic policy of Des Moines, and Ursia Hubbard New York, representative of the Carnegie foundation, will lead a discussion on "Can Democracy Stand Another War?" Meeting of W.C.T.U. Conducted at Dows; Program Is Given DOWS--The W. C! T. U. met Thursday afternoon in the home of Mrs. Anna Scofield, with Mrs G. J. Meyer, assistant hostess The Frances Willard program was in charge of the president, Mrs. Myrtle Denger, who read part of an article, "Follow the Gleam," and Mrs. A. M. Butler read the remaining part. Mrs. J. M. State read an article entitled, "Frances Wi Hard, Servant of God;" a poem, "Frances Willard,' was read by Hester Collins. A delicious covered dish lunch was served. To^Vote on Sale of Jackson School on March 13 MASON CITYANS" ~ TO CHOOSE TWO BOARD MEMBERS Four Candidates in Race as Nominations Are Closed Here Four names were on the ballo list for the two available offices of school director Saturday afte: the closing of nominations. Thi candidates in the election Monday, March 13, are: Nels Landgren. Mrs. G. W. Cady. Garfield Breese. Jay Decker. Mr. Breese is the present holder of one of the two offices which are to be filled. The other was tield until last month by B. A Webster who resigned as president and members of the boarc .n order to be free to conducl business with the school district 13,500 Registered Approximately 13,500 persons are registered and eligible to vote n the forthcoming election, Miss Rena B. Mack, city clerk, reported. According to past experience, however, probably less than tenth of them will go to the polls. In addition to the election of the wo directors, two special proposi- ions will be submitted to the voters. Secretary R- L- James pointed out. The board will seek permission o sell three houses on Madison avenue northwest which are to be moved from the new playground .ddition acquired for Monroe jun- or high school and also to dispose f the Jackson school building and grounds adjoining the tracks of he Mason City and Clear Lake railway at Nineteenth street and outh Federal avenue. If the board is given permission o sell the three houses, Mr. ames said, they will be adver- ised for sale at public auction in :arly April. All three are small mngalows, o n e a brick veneer nd the other two wood. To Abandon School It is planned to sell the Jackon school property as soon after the close of the present school ear as a reasonable offer is revived. It is being abandoned-be- ause it no longer will be needed fter completion o£ the new toosevelt junior high school and .Iso because it is of an uneconom- cal size in an undesirable loca- ion. Situated on a busy thoroughfare lext to railroad trackage it is admirably fitted for business pur- oses and equally unfitted for chool purposes, it was pointed ut. The polls will open at 7 o'clock n the morning and remain open ntil 7 o'clock in the evening, 'oiling places will be as follows: First ward: School administra- lon building. Second ward: Courthouse. Third ward: Lapiner garage Fourth ward: Central Auto ilectric company. The new board members will ake office on the Monday lollow- ng election. NEW and USED Motors for Sale I hove a few new and used motors that can be bought right. Order your new boat now as there is a special discount. Authorized dealer for Evinrude Effo motors, Thompson boats. SHADY BEACH BOAT LIVERY South Shore -- Clear Lake une Sloan to Give 3ook Pilot Broadcast on KGLO on Monday June Sloan, who came to the lason City public library from he Bloomfield public library, will *ive the Book Pilot Monday at 2 'clock over KGLO. She has chos- n a group of books on child raining. The beginning is made with Jr. William E. Blatz and the Dionne quintuplets. Miss Sloan aid she has wondered how these hiidren, so much in the lime- ight, could possibly remain un- poiled. She found a satisfactory ns\vcr in "The Five Sisters," a tudy in child psychology by Dr Blatz who has directed the train- ng of these children. Miss Sloan will also discuss inefly another new book at the ibrary on child study by Dr Dafoe. It is entitled "Guide Book or Mothers" and she will men- ion briefly "Healthy Babies Are Happy Babies" by Joseohme lememvay Kenyon. The'major part of Miss Sloan's eview will be devoted to the cul- ivation of the love of reading in he child's world. She has found xcellent material with which to begin in "Birthright of Babyhood by Clarence Wesley Sumner. She will a!so recommend other lists and aids, and she will c ' osef her review with a word M5 e speclal Delves of books ^w^'f-^y at the Mas °n City public library. At Hospitals Mrs C. C. Ross, Clear Lake was aammed to the Park hospital Friday for treatment. Mrs. Larry Caldwell, 838 Eleventh street northeast, was di=- £!frf , fr f, m the Park hospital Fnday following a minor operation. Mrs. John Carlson, Swea City was dismissed from the Park hos- ay fo!Iowing a minor °P- H M. Knudson, 24 Fifteenth street southeast, was dismissed from the Park hospital Friday following treatment Mavis Olson, Thompson, was dismissed from the Park hospital Friday following a major opera- uon. Picture of the Week '/ Oh! Here Comes the Boss" Petite Secretary Has Her Daily Gossip Exchange With Stenographer Across the Hall This picture of cute little Janet Marie Hofer in the role of a stenographer won for Kay F. Hofer, 1018 Fourth street southwest -hild Steno Picture Wins This Week's Photo Contest Ray Hofer Gets Check for $3; Landscape Given Second Place A unique manner of photographing a child won for Hay F Hofer, 1018 Fourth street south- vest, first place in the "Picture of le Week" contest Hofer took a picture of little anet Marie Hofer in the role 'of The Petite Secretary," apparently ossiping over the telephone. The picture was taken with a Velta camera, using Agfa Super- an press film. The lens opening CGLO fo Give You efoi(s on Contest With $1,000 Prizes Amateur photographers of this section will have an opportunity to compete in a nationwide contest with prizes of more than $1,000 offered. The prizes are being offered by the Candid Eye, weekly picture magazine for pictures of children between the ages of 3 months and 5 years. Listen in.to KGLO from 12 to 12:30 o'clock, noon, any day next week for complete details. vas F6:3, with a shutter speed of -25 of a second. Photofloods vere used for light Gets Second Place A picture, "Mother Nature's Ermine Coat," taken by Arthur E. !owe, Jr., rural route No. 4, Mason City, was given second place. Howe's was a rare landscaoe icture. It was taken near the pring in Spring park, north of lason City, with Kodak senior 20, equipped with an Anastigmat ens F4:5, using Kodak super XX ^anchromatic film. The lens open- ng was FIG, shutter speed, 1-25 of second and the light bright The 45 Youths Attend Library Story Hour Approximately 45 youths attended the story hour in the children's room of the Mason City library Saturday morning. Girl Scouts of troop No. 7 of Jefferson school furnished the program. Poems were given by Marilyn Peterson and Elaine Grove. Mary Lewis and Maxine Sutherland related stories. Miss Avis Gregory, children's librarian, was in charge of the story hour. picture was taken at 10 o'clock in the morning of Feb. 17. "I'm Not Sleepy" Another inside view was awarded third.place in the contest The picture, "Aw, Mother, I'm Not Sleepy," was taken by F. J Ebeling, 1209 First street southwest and shows little Mary Ann Haijsman, 1206 First street southwest leaning out over the edge of her bed. The picture was taken with a Kodak, using Super XX Panchromatic film. The lens opening was F6:3 and the shutter speed 1-50 of a second. A photoflood' bulb was used for light. Get Enlargements While the winner of first place in the contest receives a check for S3 from the Globe-Gazette, all three first winners are entitled' to enlargements of their entries at the Rayenay Camera store, H First street southeast, which is cooperating with the Globe-Gazette in the conduct of the contest The "Picture of the Week" contest is open to all amateur photographers in North Iowa and southern Minnesota. Similar prizes will again be offered next week. To aid those who wish to enter the contest, an official entry blank is printed below. ~ OFFICIAL ENTRY BLANK Globe-Gazette - Kayenay Camera Store "Picture of the Week" Contest for Amateur Photographers Title of Picture Photographer's Xame Address Street Cily State Camera Used Film Uscd Box, Folding, etc. Lens Opening Shutter Speed. Time Taken.. . Light Conditions. Blonth Hour Bright Cloudy Description ot Picture Subject's Name, Location of Scene, etc,' to pass this valuable information interested in the contest. INVITE MEETING OF ASSOCIATION HERE FOR 1.940 Iowa Tuberculosis Group Asked to Meet in Mason City Next Year Invitations to the Iowa Tubei culsosis association to hold its 194 convention in Mason City hav been extended by the local Cham bei- of Commerce and the Gordo County Tuberculosis sociation. At a meeting of the executive committee of the county tuberculosis association Friday afternoon Paul McAuley, president o :he organization and representa- ive director from this county in :he state association, was author- zed to present the invitation before the time and place comrnittei of the 1939 state convention, o which Mr. McAuley is a member The Chamber of Commerce has .ikewise extended an invitation Dr. Smiley on Program Mason City's participation in he state-convention, which wil e held at Des Moines March ! and 10, will include a presentation of Cerro Gordo county's case find- ng program by Dr. Ralph E smiley Thursday afternoon. E. 'A Norem, member of the executive -ommittee of the state association, yill preside at the general convention session Friday morning It is also expected that n. newly ppomted county seal sale 1 ohair- man will attend the state conven- lon. Miss Margaret Johnson and Wiss Evelyn Taylor of the public health nursing service are also 3xpected to attend the state rneet- ng. The convention will meet at the lotel Fort Des Moines, where a Christmas seal session will be held Thursday morning. The business meeting of the convention will be a joint luncheon at the Broad- awns sanatorium Thursday noon, vith Warren Ferguson, Ottumwa resident of the state association, wesiding. At this session Dr. -harles K. McCarthy, director of he tuberculosis case finding ervice of the state department of ealth and the Iowa Tuberculosis ssociation, will speak. Banquet Thursday Night The annual banquet will be held Thursday evening at the grand all room of the Fort Des Moines otel, where Mrs. Saidie Dunbar Washington, D. C., president of the General Federation of Women's clubs, will speak. Friday morning the convention essions will begin with a break- ast for public health nurses, fol- owed by demonstrations of educa- onal subjects. The convention will then divide tself into two sessions, one for eneral workers and the other for members of the medical profes- .on. A joint luncheon will he held nday noon at which time Dr. iorton Casparis of the school of nedicine of Vanderbilt university, Vashville, Tenn., will speak on The General Practitioner and the arly Diagnosis of Tuberculosis" REPAREFOR LIBRARY JOB Building Superintendent for Architect Here to Watch First Activity John Sanderson, building super- ntendent for Holabird and Hoot Chicago architects, arrived in Maon City Friday to prepare for pemng of construction activities n the new library building. Mr. anderson will act as inspector epresentative of the city council nd library board until the project s completed. Activity by A. Smith and corn- any, Chicago contracting firm, vhich has been awarded the job s expected to begin within the ext week or two. A representa- iye 01 the contractor already has iscussed material purchases with ocal firms. Mr. Sanderson came to Mason City from Springfield, HI., where he superintended the construction of a new general office building for the Northwestern Bell Telephone company. Mrs. Sanderson and their 18 months old child accompanied him. -p'clock dinner after which the I ago. postponed because of the hst rla-v I it was storm regular meeting ana reiresnmerjis were served by Mrs. J. T. Charles- ii.-/r*h anrf fnmrrtittff . Buffet Supper Served by Townsend Club No. 3 More than 100 persons attended the buffet supper given by Town- sena club No. 3 preceding its weekly meeting at the P. G. and E. auditorium Friday evening. The supper was in charge of a committee, headed by Mrs. C. H. Stoltenberg. The committee was assisted m serving by S. M. Decker. Members of the Wilson family presented instrumental and vocal music and tap dancing numbers during the dinner hour. Following the dinner a program was presented by Patricia Horsey on the piano and Robert Page and Max Kahalar on piano accordions. Mrs. O. S. Winter, secretary, announced the club's two weeks' membership drive netted 90 new members. C. M. Groman, president, presided. expjortfa HI tnt. X3t ttu.- aiuuc, jm example, would like to have a Appreciates Hospitality The squirrel in the above picture seems to be quite appreciative Ai.f. ^? UaU - t5 l offere l ^ 'he Freeman cottage at Wear Lake The person interested in the ut-of-doors and an admirer of ature might well find nature 'holography a profitable as well s pleasant angle to his hobby. Good nature photographers are ew and far between in compari- on to the number of photograph- rs who are accomplished in other pecialized branches of photog- aphy. This is probably due to the alienee and ingenuity demanded f the cameraman who photographs wild life. It is difficult vork and as a consequence there s great satisfaction in procuring ood shots and a market for out- tanding wild life pictures. The photographer has little con- rol over his subjects and must epend on diplomacy and stealth o procure their co-operation. Aid life photography can be very imple, such as the picture of the quirrel reproduced .above, or ex- remeiy complicated. Even in the ase of the relatively easily pro- ured picture of the squirrel it /as necessary to wait some time fter taking up a position within ight feet of the perch before a enturesome squirrel 'would ap- roach- the platform to have his icture taken. the camera to from which the Long range control over a camera is essential for many wild life shots, a camera must be camouflaged neat- a point at which the animal to be photographed is expected to appear and then a cord or similar control is carried some distance from " vantage point camera can be unobtrusively operated. Study and observation of the habits of the animal or bird to be photographed is almost essential for the photographer to go about Jus photographic problem in the pest manner. This means that he is going to have a new appreciation of his subject and the farther he goes into nature photography the greater will be his fascination and discovery of the smaller unnoticed world about him. The field of nature photography is certainly a field worthy of investigation and a trial by every photographer. There is a great deal of specific information on the subject in photographic magazines and with summer ahead now is a good time to investigate the field of nature photography so that you will be ready to capitalize on this interesting phase of photography FELLOWSHIP OF PRAYER Doiiy Lenten Devotional By DR. GAIUS 6. ATKINS SECOND WEEK--ADVENTURERS HE LOVING KINDNESS OF A D'AY Yet the Lord will command His oving kindness in the daytime . Read Psalm 42:1-8. Head this Psalm for that one ovely promise. God be thanked or the loving kindess of a day. Earth and sky combine to create day. The sun is lord of it. Our ·pinning planet determines the ength of its sunliphted hours, and ve measure our lives by the se- cjuence of the days. There is time etween their dawn and darkness o work and think and serve and ope and love. And they are not oo long for us to carry our bur- ens without falling beneath them. The day gives us light enough see the faces of our friends, iseover the road of duty and fel- owship. Every day begins with a ew gift of hope and ends with a wilight of forgiveness, a night of est and the promise of another awn. The loving kindness of God s measured to us in days. Prayer: O God, the guide of lese our pilgrim days, we praise Thee that Thou dost measure out ur lives to us in ways not beyond ur power to take and use. Help s to -welcome each day as a fresh eginning, to fill each dav with oodness and happiness and if the ay be shadowed, to be thankful hat it is not too long, if it be right, not to shadow it with the ear of tomorrow. Amen. Mrs. L R. Gould ieads LeRoy Guild LEROY, Minn.--At the regular .eeting of the guild held at the resbyterian church Wednesday hese were elected: President, trs. L, R. Gould; vice president, trs. O. H. Eastwold; secretary, Irs. W. Runge, and treasurer, Irs. R. W. Hathaway. ' B, F, PATTERSON, 5 6, SUCCUMBS Funeral Arrangements Note Complete for Native of Wisconsin Benjamin F. Patterson, 56, died at his home, 641 Sixth street southeast, about 5:30 o'clock Friday evening following a short illness. Mr. Patterson was born at Platteville, Wis., April 16, 1882. He is survived by one brother, John T. Patterson, Los Angeles, and two sisters, Mrs. John N Pitts, Platteville, Wis., and Mrs. L. M. Connett, Minneapolis. Funeral arrangements have "not been completed. The body was taken to the Major-Randall funeral home. BEGINS NEW DUTIES LITTLE CEDAR -- E u g e n e Nicholson, son of Mr. and Mrs Fred Nicholson, has accepted a position in a garage at Ridgeway. . He has begun his new duties there. JUNIOR HIGH TO BE DISCUSSED IN PUBLIC MEETING Second Roundtable Is Scheduled at Y.M.C. A. Monday Night "Why have a junior high school program?" will be the topic of th~ second educational forum to -,e held at the Mason City Y. M. C \ Monday evening at 8 o'clock' "it was announced Saturday by the Jolly Time planning committee Hesource leaders for the second forum include: Art Kragei- pr in_ cipal of Lincoln school; Miss Emma Hehm, principal of Monroe and Washington schools: Miss Carrie PfaMer, principal of Jackson, Roosevelt and M a d i s o n SC h°°^l B - *· Webste '-, former school board member; Al Bartsch high school manual training teacher; Miss Florence O'Leary, high school teacher; R. B. Iron^'super- mtendent of schools and Garifeld Breese, member of the school board. C. W. Barlow, county attorney, will be chairman. School Questions Indicated The planning committee predicted that pertinent questions concerning Mason City's proposed TS *? igh ? chooi Astern are ex- cted to arise during the roundtable discussion. Trentf of the discussion during first forum, Feb. 6, indicated that important questions and facts on the new vocational training system would arise during thl second roundtable session Confer Two Hours For more than two hours at the nflT ting the ^P TMTMsting of teachers, parents and civic leaders discussed subjects bordering on the vocational training although the scheduled topic concerned the need for an adjusted educational system in Mason City SeIS ° f f our ubli · A ° f f our publie forums V s " nd * r the sponsorship of the Jolly Time club. Mason Cityans well informed on the various subjects have been selected as re- 3 d e r s to S^e «ie trend r n pt the discussion and bring out important facts. S Third Session Scheduled I he third roundtable will bp held March 20 on the subject "ft the :umor college fullv accectine its responsibility?" The concluding scussion on "Does Mason Cit| I'**, Vocational Education?" is scheduled for April 3. .T^ Panning committee consists of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Barlow , Si. and Mrs. L,, cilu = A £' Mr ' and Mrs - Carl Carlson, and Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Robinson Iron' 5 aSSl by Su P £rinten dent Aredale Woman Is Feted on Birthday AREDALE--Mrs. Henry Dye was surprised Wednesday when 15' of her friends came to her home f " help celebrate her sixtieth . Mrs. Wilbert Zimmer- charge of the entertainment. CIRCLE ENTERTAINED KIEsrER, Minn--Mrs. Marsh Herrick entertained the South Side Sewing circle of the United Brethren church at her home south of town Friday afternoon DIAMOND SPECIAL 1 .58 Hundrcdtlis of a Carat A Bright, Clean Stone, Nicely Mounted LIVERGOOD BROS. DECORAT1VE WALLPAPER FASHIONS CFBKEH HUNTS Whofesafe-tetai W.R.Cothern.M.D. -Piles and other rectal troubles cured by mild office methods without operation or loss of time. Why put it off? Special attention to venereal diseases. Abo prostatic troubles and sexual weakness of men. CONSULTATION- IS FREE !'i E. State--Over Book Store CAMERA FANS! See the new Eastman sound film "Highlights and Shadows" and the Bell and How- eH sound film, "How Movies Are Made," at the ST. M. C. A. Friday, March I0th. ADMISSION FREE! In stock for immediate delivery- New FHmo Turret S An 8 mm. movie camera for the amateur that has professional potentialities. Sec U m our camera department. DECKER BROS.

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