Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on March 17, 1931 · Page 10
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 10

Mason City, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 17, 1931
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10 MASON .CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE MARCH 17 1931 Article Is Published. . LAKE MILLS, March 17.--Ruth Henderson was'-a' successful contributor to "Popular Mechanics" magazine when she sent in a suggestion to make a handy holder for large editions of newspapers. "Pop- ular Mechanics" each month receives numerous inventive suggestions but publishes only those considered practical. . \ I · · '- ' ; ·· -Can't the Reds play any tunes but the blues ?--Boston Transcript, When You Choose Your HAT for SPRING Choose a New Straw $ 5 and up We could-go on. and on telling you about 4 the many brilliant millinery modes introduced for this coming Spring, But a. this shop will tell you the entire fashion story in the twinkle of an eye. Welcome! Members of Iowa State Teachers'Assn. MILLINERY DEPARTMENT DORIS IAJNSMAN 114 N. Federal Ave, TEACHERS TO BE SHOWN WORK OF LOCAL SCHOOLS Demonstrations of Work Are Announced; No Classes to Be Held Friday. Work which is carried "on in Mason City schools will be demonstrated Thursday for visitors attending the annual convention -if the North Central division of the State Teachers association here 'Which opens Thursday and will end Saturday. Nearly 2,000 teachers from 47 towns in North Iowa are expected to be present. According to Supt. R. B. Irons every phase of work which is carried on in Mason City schools wi!l be shown at one or other of the schools which are giving demonstrations. Classes will be held in all tho local schools and the latest educational methods shown. Special demonstrations have been planned in several, of the schools. School will not be held Friday. Final plans for entertaining the visiting teachers have been made in Mason City. Many educational features will be'presented at the various sessions 6f the convention. Demonstrations Are Announced. Miss Emma Rehm, principal of the Monroe and Washington schools, has announced demonstrations of work will be stressed 'which hatfs been asked for 'at 'previous conventions. The health and citizenship programs in these schools will be carried on by discussions, piaylets, club meetings and socialized recitations. All types of reading will be 'offered. A dramatization of the declaration of independence will be a. feature of history work. Visual education will be shown in the teaching of geography. The use of drills will be shown in the lower grades: An assembly program will be given consisting of music by the Monroe school band, the 1 first grade rhythm band, girls-and boys glee club and a health play. At Jefferson school of which Miss Hazel Coon is principal demonstrations of various activities of the school will be given. Songs, spell-' ing, reading-, arithmetic and art will be among the, features. Will Be at Garfreld. In addition to,regular work demonstrated at Garfield school of which Miss Ethel Hall is principal, music presented will include first grade band studies, music appreciation, two and three part songs. The regular program of studies will be presented, at Jackson and Roosevelt schools of which Misa Carrie Pfahler is' principal. Indus,trial art studies, recreational .read- Friend of'Boy and Dog \ Agrees to Pay License for Those Who Need It Just a minute, Buddy! Have yrfu a dog? " ; . That's fine. · ' : . ' .\ · ' · " · · . · ' JJo you know that·/the.' city and county license : ou that dog is now due and payable: The final date is April 1 in both cases. What are you going to do about it? · / . ' ' . '·iirobably you have made arrangements for that payment. You've been saying your pennies; - Ot- perhaps yoij'.ve drawn a;.promise from Dad that he will take care of the matter. This describes . the average boy with a dog. And this article from this point on is for the bpy (or girl) who is in hard luck--the youngster who 'can't just figure how Fido is going to get his license paid for. Your hard luck may not be so hard after all. For this article will tell you about a wonderful friend oi children and dogs. He's going to do what he has done in other years. And as in the past, he simply will not stand for being identified. It isn't even .possible " to give his initials or provide any clews'"by which you might be able to thank him in person. Here's what he is offering to do: For boys and girls 'who. simply can't scrape pennies enough togeth er to pay for their dog licenses IB wants to put' up the money. There are no strings attaches to ;he offer. But to insure that thu jenefits of the offer go only to iose who are both deserving anc! needy, it will be necessary to proceed as follows: . Every boy or girl wishing to benefit from this offer is to bring to.;the: Globe-Gazette office two little letters, one from one of his parents or his guardian and the other from his teacher. In these letters will be stated that the bearer is In need and worthy of assistance from this fund. A member of the" Globe-Gazette's business office staff has been placed in charge, of administering the fund and those wishing to participate in the benefits will be directed to her. Remember the rules, boys and girls. Remember also that it is set up to help those who are really in need of help. If too much of it were spent on those not genuinely in need, it's conceivable that there might not -be enough for some others who were deserving of the help. You're going to play square with this generous friend who is sponsoring the project, aren't you? All right, let's go. The final date for receiving · payment for dog licenses is April 1. BEAUTY QUEEN TO BE QUIZZED Magistrate, Will Decide If Mrs. Nixon-Niedlinger Must Face Trial. \ NICE. France, March 17. UP)-Mrs. Charlotte Nash Nixon-Nirdlinger, \yho last week shot and killed her husband, Fred, Philadelphia theater owner, 'will be questioned for the first time tomorrow by the magistrate who must decide whether she will be tried for the slaying. Her counsel has urged that the St. Louis bsauty be released on bail, if she is to be held for trial in August, so that she need not spend the sultry summer in a sunbaked "jail on the edge of Nice' where she has occupied a cell ever since the shooting last Wednesday night. She pleads self-defense, saying her husband tried to strangle he after a jealous quarrel. O R I G I N A T I O N S IN Priced Exclusively at ing and other features will demonstrated. ' Plan Health Talks. .At Madison school health talks will be given by children and studies made of birds and cartoons in the regular schedule of classes. Imaginative work will be ; included in the routine of studies presented by Wilson school. At Lincoln school ot which Mrs. Louise Barton is principal the best efforts of the pupils will be presented. The program of Central school, of which Mrs. John Lewis is principal, will include regular class work, together with folk dances and singing specialties. Harding classes will be presented as demonstrations. McKinley school of which- Miss Marie Kober is principal will show regular work. Among the features of this school will be work with groups which consist largely of foreign children. High school classes will be held as usual and exhibits will be shown in sewing, manual training and an. SENAlElASSES OLEO TAX BILL Measure Already Approved by House Gels Amendments. te South Dakota to Build 60 Miles of Pavement in East-Central Part PIERRE, S. Dak., March 17. .T)-At least 60 miles 'Of paving and 70 of bituminous surfacing-, mostly in the east-central part, will be added to South Dakota's road system this year under plans announced today by v the state highway commission. The 1931 surfacing schedule will be the largest in the state's history, as will the state highway department's revenues. The total available income this year was estimated at more than ?9,000,000. 4 Buildings in Nebraska , Town Destroyed by Fir O'NEILL, Nebr., March 17. UB-- Fire last night night destroyed fou buildings here. The loss was estimated at -550,000 by owners of. the property. The cause of the blaze was not determined. A lumber yard, a general store and office building and an icehouge burned. he would seek an immediate di- worry about that now. I have not orce from John Gilbert, film star, 'discussed it even with Mr. Gilbert I am much too busy," she said, "to lor my attorney." ; Grid Star Suffers From Cut on Hand »· CLEAR LAKE, March 17.--Rollin Carter badly cut his left hand Sunday night while chopping wood. The handle of the ax caught in his trouser leg and caused the blade of the ax to slash his hand between his thumb and index finger. Actress "Too Busy" to Divorce Gilbert HOLLYWOOD, Gal., March 17. (JP)--Ina Claire, stage and screen actress, has allayed rumors that False Hopes on Excess Fat Some Ways Harmful--Some Absurd Many false helps are offered to the over- fat. Some are harmful, some absurd. All disappoint. Do what modem doctors do. They combat the gland cause. It is time to end the fakes in this line, for the good of all. Your Doctor Knows Best Medical science has discovered that a great cause of excess fat lies in a weakened gland. That gland largely controls nutrition.One function is to help change food into fuel and energy rather than into fat.' People ^row over-fat, despite diet and activity, if that gland secretion is scant. That theory is now accepted the world over. So modem physicians everywhere . combat that cause. They do this by feeding the over-fat the factor which is lacking. No starvation, no over-exercise, no harmful drugs: The results in late ? ears have amazed the world. Excess at has been fast disappearing. Slender figures are the vogue. New health, new beauty, new joy, new efficiency have come to countless people. This is to urge that you use what doctors use, not what they denounce. Basis of Marmola Marmola prescription tablets supply this new, this saentifie help. They are prepared by a world-famous medical , laboratory to Bt the average case. People have used them for 2t years--millions of boxes of them. Users have told others, and the use has grown. Alt'folks know how excess fit has : been going in those years. All can sec in every circle how slender figures reign. It is evident that the world has found a new way to fight fat. MARMOLA I Now Fat is i Excess fat has now rarely an excuse. That blight to beauty, health and vim has found a scientific foe. It is easy to combat a major cause, and multitudes have proved it. Take four Marmola tablets daily until weight comes down to normal. Be moderate in all things, but don't starve, don't over-do. Fi ght fat in Nature's way, by supplying what Nature is fairing to supply. Yon will then be doing what the best physicians do today. Formnlaia Box Marmola has no secrets. Trie formula appears in every box. A book explains ( the reason.for results. You will knowl what you are taking and why. As the pounds drop away there come { other results--all explained in th44oofc.! New health, new vitality. The gland I secretion which rights fat inspires other \ ductless glands. The good results are often far-reaching and amazing. Marmola is supplied by druggists--, SI a box. Go try it, read the book in box, j tien watch results. Stop foolish treat-' ments--do the right thing. Then, when you get the results you seek, tell other folks who need it. Go start today. s c r i p t i o n Tablets- Right Way to Reduce DES MOINES, March 17. The Iowa senate today passed the bill .imposing a tax of 5 cents a pound on each pound of oleomargarine sold in the state. The house previously had acted on the measure. The senate vote was 44 to 1. Senator B. M. Stoddard. Woodbury, being the only one recorded as opposed. An amendment making the tax 2 cents on all oleomargarine and 3 :ents additional on all oleomargarine having less than 50 per cent animal fat was passed. A substitute amendment, however, was adopted, putting the tax back on, the flat 5 cent basis. Senator C. P. Clarke, Linn, cal- culated,t.he bill would produce 5500,000 annually in revenue and that it would increase the market for but- er in the state. The house is expected to concur n minor amendments added to the ill by'the senate. A Very Low Price for Such Smart Spring Dresses! NEW S P R I N G F R O C K S "Be Gay" say the new Spring frocks. Wear colorful prints . . . wear two colors in the same frock . . . wear a jaunty bolero jacket . . . wear frilly lingerie touches can you help being gay . . . and young looking? This new collection stresses fashion's colorful features in many versions Assassination Attempt Seen as Conspiracy to Make Trouble by Soviet MOSCOW, March 17. (.T--The onclusion was voiced today that he attempted assassination of Paul Anikeieff, soviet commercial coun- sellor in Tokyo yesterday by a Japanese was an incident in the conspiracy which they charged to ex- st between Japanese fisheries and other interests to creat friction between soviet Russia and Japan. Bounty Home Resident Dies; Has No Relatives George Firerecker, 74, died at the county home Monday. No relatives survive as far as is known. Burial was at Elmwood cemetery at 2 o'clock Tuesday afternoon. He had been at the home since Oct. 28, 1916, ? THREE SOtJTH FEDERAL AVENUE'r; -'.-',.-'.. i- './.-, -· ·· · · ' ^.-:·-.·· i ·;···.··· · Cordially Invites You . to Attend Their FASHION REVUE Wednesday Evening at 8:30 O'clock March 18 At Mason Citys Newest Up-to-date Specialty Shop COATS $12.50 $59.50 Dresses $18.50 . If the next generation of, American aristocracy should adopt a coat of arms, doubtless it will Include a bootleg rampant.--Wisconsin State Journal. WELCOME! MEMBERS OF IOWA STATE TEACHERS ASSN". WELCOME! MEMBERS" OF IOWA STATK TEACHERS ASSN. CHICAGO WOMAN TO TAKE HER ALIMONY OUT IN PURCHASES CHICAGO, March 17. (IP)--A woman might as well be practical when it comes to alimony, Mrs. Jennie CicarelH believes. When the question of alimony came up in her divorce suit in which she won a decree from Gaspare Ciccarelli she asked for and got permission from Judge Daniel P. Trude to get $5 worth of meat without charge from her ex-husband every week: Gaspare is a butcher. ^ DISPLAYING LIVING MODELS A N D . . . Here you will find the very newest fashionable apparel bought in New York by our own staff of buyers. All garments specially selected for their newness .... smartness of style .. . beauty of coloring . . . unusualness of quality--garments that we know will meet with your enthusiastic approve!., SUITS $9.95 $15.00 Direct From New York

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