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March 19, 1931

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 7

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MARCH 19 1931 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE P. T. A. MEMBERS TO HEAR Convention of District to Be Held Social Hygiene Worker Will Give Principal Address. Dr. Newell Edson, chairman of the social hygiene committee of the National Congress of Parents and Teachers, 'will speak on "Mistakes We Parents Make" at the meeting of the north central district o£ the Iowa P. T. A. Friday afternoon at 2:45 o'clock at the Congregational church. Dr. Edson is an associate in the ' department of educational measures of the American Social Hygiene association. He is a member of the board of regents o£ the Clinton Avenue Congregational church " of New York city, a member of the board of the American Social Hygiene association, a member o£ the board of the national committee on mother hygiene, a member of the board of Phi Delta Kappa, national educational fraternity and a member of the board of the National Education association. He is a liaison member of the Child Health association and a member of the' United Parents and Teachers of New York City. He holds a position on the executive committee of the National Congress of Parents and Teachers. In addition to his work Dr. Edson has held various posts as an educator. He taught in Maine univer sity, the Hill school of Pottstown Pa., and directed languages in the schools of Cheshire, Conn., and -later Boston, Mass., and New York He served for a number of years in the United States Public Health Service. The convention will open at o'clock at the First Congregationa church. Luncheon will be served a 12 o'clock at the First Methodts church ana the afternoon sessio will be held in the Congregationa church. MAKE THIS MODEL AT HOME GLOBE-GAZETTE 15 CENT PRACTICAL PATTERN -= at home. 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