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March 23, 1931

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 9

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Mason City News on This Page .MONDAY, MARCH 23, 1931 March 25--Nationwide b u s i n e s girls' banquet at the Y. W. C. A Bliirch 28--Special meeting of th U. C. T. at P. G. and E. audi torium at 8 p. m. March SO--Election of city coun oilmen. April 6--Annual military hall o National guard units. April 8, 9, 10 and 11--Boys' hobbj show, sponsored by Y. M. C. A and Kiwanis club. Masom City Bee's Tea Room for parties an Banquets. Ph. 1958. 919 N. Federal Ph. 955--roof repairing or com plete new roof. Builders Supp. Co Chris Esterganrd, contractor builder. Estimates. Ph. 560. Horace S.. Bfiemer, X-Ray Ex traction of Teeth. Penney Bldg. The Rev- O. Mall announced tha a mission lecture on New Guinea scheduled for Monday night, hat been postponed due to the fact tha the speaker, the Rev. R. Taeuber xvas unable to come. For rent, mod. apt. 1st floor Rogers Hotel. .For roof repairing or a new roo call 955. Builders Supp. Co.. Mid-Continent Park station I now open. Greasing, washing an car repairing. W. R. Hammersland Farm loans--ETompt service. Adi now .for spring. W. L. Patton, 109 East State-street. Special--Feather beds made into feather mattresses, new ticking $G.50 complete. J. D. Farrer and Co Ph. 769. . CARD OF THANKS We wish to express in this wa; our sincere appreciation to oui friends and neighbors for the sympathy and assistance extended dur ing the illness and death of our be loved husband and father. Mrs. A. J. Lantz and Children. ' CARD OF THANKS V/e hereby take this means of ex pressing our thanks to our many friends and neighbors for their kindness during the illness an .death of our. loved ..one, also those -donating,cars, and the Rev. Jewe 'sSlatioii Mr. · and^Mrs. O. L. Cabbell and v Family and Relatives. CARD OF THANKS We wish to express our sincere thanks and appreciation to our neighbors and friends for their sympathy shown during the illness and death of our beloved mother sister and daughter, Mrs. Katherine Nichols, and for the beautiful floral offerings. We also wish to extend our sincere thanks to the Good Cheer lodge for their part in the service. MRS. TOLLA BLOWERS and JO ANN. MRS. MARGARET MEURS and FAMILY. ACREAGE FOR SALE Acreage tract on South Carolina Avenue will plat into 18 lots. Owner will sell entire tract with paving and special assessments paid and will accept easy terms. Call the undersigned for further, informat!nn. ECK aos. Phone 134 Kresge Bldg. Let's Help* to restore your optimism by supplying t h e necessary funds to tide you over. Very favorable terms--convenient payments. UNITED SERVICE North Iowa's Home Newspaper HOBBY SHOW TO HAVE ART EXHIBIT BOYS PREPARING* FOR DISPLAY TO BE HELD APRIL 9 E x t e n s i o n Department of State University to Supply Paintings. Many boys in Mason .City are spending their vacation time this week preparing for the fifth annual hobby show to be staged by the Y. M. C.-A. and Kiwanis club April 8, 9, 10 and 11 at the Y. M. C. A. An added feature of the show this year will be an extensive art exhibit, made available here thru the extension department of the State University of Iowa. Thfs exhibit will consist of 32 large reproduction paintings copied from the best known contemporary artists. These are mounted on frames and are designed to stimulate interest in present tendencies. Studies to Be Shown. In addition to these_ paintings there will be an exhibit of eight studies in charcoal, eight studies in plaster casting, 'eight studies in crayon coloring and eight studies of examples of lettering. These studies are especially made to show the boys how-these various mediums of artistry are employed for interpretations. · Two lectures, illustrated by stereopticon slides, will be presented in connection. with the exhibits. One will deal with, events' of historical interest in Iowa and the other with curios of historical significance which are kept by the state at DCS Moines. Al.tho no representatives of the extension of the State University of Iowa expect to he here, the exhibits have been carefully prepared by extension officials to be easily understood.' Will Bo Announced. Another special exhibit to be presented in connection with the hobby show will be announced later. It has been the custom at the hobby shows to offer special features in addition tr itbe. hnhhy. display^. . Last yeav taxidermy'" -provided the special study. ' » · · · 'V A total of 118 boys made 476 entries in the hobby show last year. It is expected that an equally large number, If not more, will enter this year. Mason City High School Pupils of 1888 and 1889 Honor Mrs. Hattie Moore Mitchell, Their Teacher Attend Dinner at Ho- April 8 will be devoted to registration, April 9 to judging and the last two days the show will be open to the public. Funeral Services for Mrs. Lehman Are Held at Holy Family Church Funeral services for Mrs. Teresa Lehman, 419 First street northeast, were held at the Holy Family Catholic church Monday morning. Mass was said by the Rev. R. P. Murphy. Mrs. J. E. Bandelet sang. Pallbearers were Mack Barclay, E. V. Harper, L A. Wagner, T. H. Hughes, J. J. Burnett and M Beecher. Out-of-town persons at the funeral included Mrs. Elaf Swenson, Wapeton, N. Dak.; Joseph Lehman, Adams, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Sasmussen, Oak Park, 111.; Mr. and VIrs. W. F. Andrews, Buchanan, N. Dak., and Mrs. Fred Robinson, Nora Springs. Mrs. Lehman, who died at her lome Friday from pneumonia fol- owing a stroke, was born July 24, 1861/ at Lachale, Konigsburg, Germany, and was the daughter. of Mr. and Mrs. August Kossack. Mrs. Lehman came to America when 15 years old and had lived in Mason 2ity ever since with the exception of several years spent in Chicago. She was married to Mathew Lehman July 29, 1885. He preceded her n death eight years. me Daly Epigrams! Hope is the key with which ambition Is wound up. WlDlLYCc TLUMBIHO (goTM HKATINO IN MEMOIUAM In memory of our dear son and rother who died March 23, 1928, erald Dale. cannot say, and I will not say That he is dead. He is just away! With a cheery smile and a wave of the hand. He has wandered into an unknown land. nd left us dreaming how very fair It needs must be, since he lingers there, Vnd you--oh you, who the wildest yearn For the old-time step and the glad return. Think of him faring on, as dear In the Jove of there, as the love of here. Think of him still as the same, I say. He is not dead--he is just away. Mr. and Mrs. Theo A. Olson, Addison and Eugene, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert A. Moe. NOTICE The annual meeting of the stockholders of the Mason City Building and Loan Association will be held at its office with Bock Bros Co Kresge Building, April 13, 1931, at ":30 p. m. Allan F. Beck, Secretary. tel Hanford and Review Old Days. It is a-novel experience for a teacher to come back to her pupils after an elapse of 42 years and find they still call her "teacher." But that is what Mrs. Hattie Moore Mitchell, teacher in Mason City in 1S88 and 1889, did here Saturday night, when she was the guest of honor of her former pupils at the Hotel Hanford Saturday evening. Much water has "gone over the dam in the 42 years that have intervened since Mrs. Mitchell's residence in Mason City, but to her coterie of pupils who gathered for the dinner it seemed but yesterday that they were, playing pranks on each other and attending the inter- eating classes of this unusual teacher. The program was informal. First each of the pupils and other friends at the dinner was introduced, following which Mrs. Mitchell gave a talk in which she blended the serious aspects of life with delicate, sparkling humor. They Were Diggers. "You were all diggers or you wouldn't be where you are today," she told them, talking to the j paying group of men and women a if they still were her pupils. "You have the best part of you life still ahead of you," she addec "If we don't hitch our minds t something bigger than we are, then we are dead." Alert, keen, sympathetic, yet no too serious, she kept the gathering alternating by wiping back the tear and bursting with laughter. Whatever success she has had she told them, was because she saw the funny side of things rather than the serious. As simpls as that wa her formula. Worked Miracles. "There have undoubtedly been many steps forward in the science o teaching;;,in the: past.42 years, bu Mrs. Mitchell's Mason City pupil strongly contend pedagocial re search will never surpass the teach ing genius of this woman who, al most without experience, took classes that had completely baffled an" instructor the year before anc moulded them into something that somehow never lost the imprint of her work. The method In which she shaped the characters and minds of her pupils in the two years of work In Mason City was the chief topic of conversation at the dinner. "She was the first teacher I ev.er had who appealed to me as a human being," said one woman at the banquet. She Apologized. Once she had boxed Hugh H Shepard's ears only to learn later that he was not deserving of the punishment. She came to him and apologized. Hugh had never had a teacher apologize to him before. He wasn't troublesome after that. "She always wanted; to be square," said one of the pupils. "She never seemed to deal with two pupils the same way. "When she'd look me in the eye and say "Why. Willis,' it just made me ashamed of myself when I had done something wrong." said Willis G. C! Bagley. "That was always her way." In the classroom Mrs. Mitchell always had something in addition to the lesson, some maxim she would write on the blackboard to allow a minuted perusal or some other practice of that type. Once she had the class enjoy a particularly beautiful snowstorm, just for a minute, after which all turned to the class work. Mysteries Arc Solved. Many a prank that remained unsolved for years after its happening came to light at the dinner. One of the surprises of the event was not only' the manner in which the former local teacher recalled so vividly the events of that time, but that she also seemed to know her own pupils back again after 42 years. When she left the city they were only mischievous school youths, the sons and daughters of the .first scf.~. tiers. She returned to find most of them in leading positions in the business and professional life of the city. Judge A. H. Cummings, member of the school board at the time of Mrs. Mitchell's tenure as a teacher here, who wag also at the dinner, stated that cone of the group had ever been arrested. There wasn't one black sheep In the group taught by Mrs. Mitchell, apparently. As the dinner reluctantly came to a close in order that Mra. Mitchell might take a 9:35 o'clock train that evening, the group presented her with an album bearing autographs of those present. This ncluded the names of Mr. and Mrs. Bagley, Mr. Shepard, Mrs. Charles Patton; Judge Cumrnlngs. Mr. and Mra. E. G. Dunn, Mr. and Mrs. 7rank Currie, Mra. Clyde Brooks. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur L. Rule, Frank J. Hanlon, MayBachman, Mrs. Mnr- CADETS IN DAYS MRS. MITCHELL TAUGHT LOCAL VETERANS WHO NEED CARE «^ i Urca Ol h ' sh s "" 001 ^ents in the days when Mrs. Ilnltic Moore Mitchell taught in Mnson City were missed around the table at the banquet in her honor at the Hotel Hanford Saturday night. One of them was a photograph of the high school cadets shown above. Reading from left to right the cadets arc: H. D. Page, George Van Wie, Dr. C. E. Dakln, Hugh H. Shcpard, Peter Swcningson, Frank Currie, Ed WUeox, Bert Hamilton, Clifford Robinson, Frank Itcnsliaw, C. A. Parker, Oscar Swanson, Dr. Will Farrell, Hans Johansen, Archie. Dougan, Bert Brock Hitrr y D J' er . Harry Kellogg, Willis G. C. Bagley and Arthur L. Rule. ion Mayne Starr, A. W. Bachman, Paul Lonergan, Bancroft; Belle Farmer, Miss Emma Rhem, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Gildncr, Mrs. Ina K. Trissel, Mrs. Blanche Dean Skovlin. C. A. Parker, Dean and Mrs. A. M. Haggard, Mrs. Nellie Hanlon McDonald, Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Burnham, Tod Ransom and Mabel Ransom Woodward. H. D. Page and Dr. C. E. Dakin, also former pupils of Mrs. Mitchell, had planned to attend, but were unable to because of the death of Mrs. Mary Emsley Adams Saturday. Fred Keeler, who now resides at Los Angeles and B. C. Keeler, who died some years ago, also were in the classes of the late eighties. Knew Her at Drake. A few of the group present had become acquainted with Mrs. Mitchell in the 17 years which she spent at Drake university. Mr. Dunn and Mr. Gildner were her pupils at the seminary at Nora Springs, where- she taught about 1896. One of the incidents brot out at the dinner was the placing of a calf in the belfry of the school building at Nora Springs. Mrs. Mitchell, who is one of the few American women to have her name and biography in the Mbrari bibliotek, the international gallery of women, at Paris, has been ut the Kansas State Teachers college at Pittsburgh for 17 years. She was one of the speakers at the convention of the north central division of the Iowa State Teachers assocition here last week. As the evening drew near its close Mrs. Mitchell distributed among those present cards with the poem, "Beginning the Day," which she had read and .enlarged upon in the course of her talk. , I'oein Is Read. The poem was as follows: "Give me n good digestion, Lord, and also something to digest. Give me a healthy body, Lord, with sense enough to keep it at its best. Give me a healthy mind, good Lord, to keep the good and pure ;n sight.' Which seeing sin is not appalled, but finds a way to set it right. Give me a mind that is not bound, that does not whimper, whine or sigh. Don't let me worry overmuch about the fussy thing called I. Give me a sense of humor, Lord; give me the grace to see a joke. To get some happiness out o£ life and pass it on to other folk." "Now I want you all to read this in Enumeration to Be Part of National Plan of Colonel Ijams. By KADFOKD E. MOBLEY. Stuff Correspondent. W A S H I N G T O N , March 123 MKS. HATTIE MOORE MITCHELL unison, attention to all commas and periods," she said, much the same as she would have 42 years ago. So the poem was read aloud by all present. As the meeting closed the pupils crowded around their.teacher for an autograph on the poem cards. The teacher sat writing autographs until it became necessary to rush her to the station. "Be good boys and girls," she said. That was her farewell. Earlier in the evening she hail said, among other things, that "the pathway of progress is marked with farewells." , ^Cerro Gordo county veterans now m need of hospitalization or prospective patients of veterans bureau hospitals will be enumerated as part of a countrywide survey inaugurated by the bureau here. Col. George Ijams, administrator of the bureau, in making the statement, declared that the study will give a basis for more intelligent deposition of the hospitals just authorized by Congress tad of any others to-be built in the future. Will Co-Operntc. - l e vetera "s bureau reg. office at Des Moines or the adjutant general's office of Iowa -operate with the bureau here DANCE APRIL 6 A n n u a l Military Ball of Guardsmen to Be Day After Easter. The annual military ball of the Mason City national guard units will be held at the armory April 6, according to an announcement by thn guard officers. Music for the dance will be supplied by the Varsity club orchestra of Mason City. Capt. F. B. Shaffer will be in charge of the publicity for the event. Capt. Stuai-t A. rummon heads t!ie advertising committee, while Lieut. W. V. Clausen has charge of the orchestra nr- ·angements, Lieut. Edward Vogel of th check room, Lieut. V/ili E. Hall of the ticket campaign, Lieut. Kai-1 Vasicek of the selling and taking of tickets at the door and Lieut. Charles Van Horn of the refreshments to be served. The dance, which will be the first me following the Lfsntsn season, is :he only dancing function given by the guard units in the year. AUTO STRIKES STANDING TRAIN Wrs. M. B. Henderson Injured and Car Wrecked in Crossing Crash. Mrs. M. B. Henderson, 16 Adams avenue southwest, received a cut on her leg and was shocked and bruised when the car driven by Mr. Henderon struck the side of a Milwaukee reight train at the South Carolina .venue crossing about 2 o'clock Sunday morning. The car was ruined. The train, No. 61, had just arrived rom the east and was standing on he Intersection when the accident iccurred. Mr. and Mrs. Henderson md jumped from the car when the rain started to bade, dragging the automobile about 40 feet. The front end of the automobile was lodged under a boxcar. J. A. Johnson, 642 Carolina avenue southeast, was conductor and E, J. Gashel, 707 North B^ederal ave- ntie. was engineer. Mrs. Henderson was taken to Park hospital but was dismissed following treatment of her injuries. Former Resident of Mason City Succumbs at Home of Her Parents. Word has been received of the death of Mrs. Carl F. Franke, formerly of Mason City, at the home of her parents in Cedar Falls Monday morning. She had been ill for some time and suffered an attack of influenza a month ago from which she never recovered. The funeral will be held at St. Patrick's church, Cedar Falls, Wednesday morning at 9:30 o'clock and interment will be at Parkershurg where the old home of the Franke family'is located. Mrs. Franke is survived by her husband and two sons, Louis of Chicago, and Carl Francis of Cedar Falls. The Frankes lived in Mason City until a year and a half ago. Mr. Franke was with Mrs. Franke for the two weeks preceding her death. Grip Valued at $40 Is Left on Sidewalk A grip containing dresses and other wearing apparel and some phonograph records was left near the courthouse Saturday night b Miss Norma Berg, Kensett. Tiio bag, valued at about ,$-10, was Ic' on the sidewalk when foj-gotii while getting into a car, according to the report made to pr.l'ce by Miss Berg. ANNOUNCEMENT We have Reduced prices. Have your Car washed 17 r or greased I t) C Snmo Qualify Work as Before LAPINER MOTOR CO. 1,800 Persons Expected to Attend Safety Meeting at Milwaukee. Sheriff G. E. Cress has accepted an invitation to apeak before an All- Trades meeting of the Milwaukee Foremen's Safety council at the Milwaukee auditorium Tuesday evening. He will talk on "Your Child and Mine." About 1.809 persona representing various Milwaukee industries nre expected to attend the meeting, according to the committee in charge The invitation to a member of the local safety council to speak came as a recognition of the fine work being done here by the local safety council, Mr. Cress said. Tailored Up to a High Standard -Not Down to a Low Price FRANK FIALA FINE TAILORING Sn« South Federal Avc. HEATO Con! ECONOMY $ Bootless BLACK HAWK 111. Lump KENTUCKY PHONE S63 inform ation regarding Cerro county veterans will include the total number, their relative dis- nbihty. prospective need for hospital. zatipn and similar information, II will bo statistical ami will not county. 1 "! indivM '"" veterans fa "The figures we now have here regarding the veterans in the "a,? m U nter,» a | tea f haSCd on ''^elated material such as applications for compensation or bonuses, or estimates from other .sources It is all wocfuliy out of date, and is not a DR. W. O. MAUCH DENTIST Weir Bldg. Phone 872 PERSONALITY !'TM G " s se s that accentuate it. Have your Eyes examined by »R. H. W. KNUTSON, O. D _ Ov " r J- C. Pcnncv Sinn,. BAMBER AUTO BODY SHOP m?n' C Re £°y cri n8T. Inside Trim- 855 815 S. Louisiana We Will Wash or Grease Your Car for 99c Cars called for and delivered without charge. This is the regular Sl.oO wash! S. R. CHEVROLET CO. Firat nntl Washington S. W. LAIRD SHOE CO. \Vhcro Shoes Arc Really Fitted 14 East State real basis for scientific placing of hospitals. To Get Information. "It is to remedy this lack of adequate information that we have inaugurated the survey. It will not involve any great outlay of money and will be mainly accomplished thru the regional offices and thru the adjutants general of the state, if we can secure their co-operation." Questioned ns to the importance of population shifts, Colonel Ijams admitted that the figures would hold good only for the present and a few years to come. They can be supplemented by a later check of a similar nature, however, it was pointed out. If anybody wishes to create some additional legal holidays, why not select the day after congress adjourns ·--Ininnapolls Star. DR. T. S. CLARK OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN General Practice-- Ear, Nose, Throat M. B. A. Bldg. Phono 2192 DO YOU NEED MONEY? Our personal loan department offers good service and reasonable terms. C. E. 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