The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on April 24, 1934 · Page 4
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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 4

Mason City, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 24, 1934
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FOUR MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE APRIL 24 1934 BUSINESS BOOKS ARE SUGGESTED Maion City Librarian Makes List of Volumes Available. ' A list of books on the various .phases of business has been suggested by Miss Lydia Margaret Barrette Mason City librarian. The following, listed by her, are available at the Mason City library: · E. W. Babson, "Fighting Business Depressions;" E. E. Calkins, "Busi- aes, the Civilizer;" Stuart Chase, "Nemesis of American Business and .Other Esays;" Stuart Chase, "New ;Deal;" W. B. Donham, "Business .Adrift;" W. B. Donham, "Business ·Looks at the Unforeseen;" H. P. ·Dutton, "Principles of Organization -as Applied to Business;" E. A. Fil- ··ene and C. Wood, "Succesful Living in This Machine Age.;" J. G. Fred' erick, "Modern Salesmanship;" J. · M. Keynes, "Means to Prosperity;" "William Kix Miller, "Can Business iBulld a Great Age;" W. H. Kniffin, "Practical Work of a Bank;" Harper Leech, "Paradox of Plenty;" H. C. link, "New Psychology of Selling and Advertising;" L. S. Lyon, ,"Hand-to-Mouth Buying;" R. H. .Montgomery, "Auditing;" A. M. Newman, "Enough for Everybody;" p H Nystrom, "Economics of Retailing:" D. R. Osborne, "Self-Management in Selling;" Sir J. A. Salter, "Recovery, the Second Effort;" E. H. H. Simmons, "Financing American Industry and Other Addresses;" E. K. Strong, "Psychology of Sell- ,ing and Advertising;" Ordway Tead and H. C. Metcalf, "Personnel Administration;" M. H. Thorpe, "How's ·'Business?" M. E. Tydings, "Counter-Attack;" D. P. Woodward, "A Primer of Money;" W. E. Woodward, "Money for Tomorrow;" J.,A. Worsham, "Low Pressure Selling;" ·Vashni Young, "A Fortune to Share;" Vashni Young, "Let's Start Over Again." Parkersburg Girl Is Named Conference Head DUMONT, April 24.--At the Older Young People's conference at Parkersburg Saturday there were more than 100 registered. The following were elected for the next six months: President, Alene Wilson, Parkersburg; vice president, Paul Cheney, Greene; secretary, Ruth Cadam, Clarksville; treasurer, Robert Boyd, Clarksville. The meeting next fall will be held at Aplington. Kanawha Seniors Will , Give "Oh, Professor" KANAWHA, April 24.--The Kanawha high school seniors will pre- jent the pl§y, "Oh. ^Professor!.'.',-at the Tall Corn theater May 15. Ths cast includes: William Cooper, Gladys Anderson, John Brummond, Theo Knoll, Helen Thompson, Hazel Fretty, Alice Robinson, John Gorton, Fred Quire, Carrol Eng, Mary Blomgren 'and Ina Thompson. Mrs. H. D. Bowers is coach. SAW DESPERADO SON John W. Dillinger of Mooresville, Ind, 69 year old father ot the nation's most sought outlaw, is shown inspecting a petition seeking amnesty for his son. The elder Dillinger, who said his son recently attended a family reunion at MooresvUle, opined young John would "make a good policeman." (Associated Press Photo). THURSTON KEEPS CONGRESS SEAT Committee Decides Against Evidence Presented by Ellis. McMahon, Kossuth County Attorney, Resumes Duties ALGONA, 'April 24--Maurice McMahon resumed his duties as county attorney Friday after a four weeks' quarantine for scarlet fever. G. D. Shumway, who was county attorney previous to Mr. McMahon, acted as county attorney during the illness and quarantine of Mr. McMahon. Slight Raise in "Pay for Crystal Lake Teachers CRYSTAL LAKE, April 24.--At a meeting of the local school board some of the teachers were re-electee and some have signed and handec their contracts in to the board There was a slight raise in salary given. .WASHINGTON, April 24. Lloyd Thurston, republican, is en- itled to retain his seat as represen- ative from the fifth Iowa congressional district, an election committee where held. _ Evidence presented by the contestant, LJoyd'Eliis, 'democrat, failed to substantiate' charges that Thurston had won the 1932 election by unfair means, the committee said. Official returns of the election gave Thurston 51,909 votes and Ellis ll,732 a majority of 177 votes for Thurston. On a recount, however, Thurston received 51,334 votes, and SUis 50,715 a majority of 619 for Thurston. The committee reported it concluded that if votes set aside had Deen counted as Ellis argued, Thurs-' ton would still be elected. Leonard Davies Is Named Chester Superintendent NEW HAMPTON, April 24.-Leonard Davies, New Hampton, has been elected superintendent of the Chester public schools. Mr. Davies has been principal of the Tennant high school. He is the son of the Rev. and Mrs. Robert Davies, New Hampton. Grades to Give Operetta. 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