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March 23, 1939

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 15

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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE THURSDAY, MARCH 23, 1039 15 RIVER PARKWAY PLAN OFFERED Officials From 10 States Gather at Washington Hearing WASHINGTON, (IP)--Officials of 10 Mississippi river states gathered Thursday for a house public lands committee hearing on legislation-to establish a parkway from Minnesota to the gulf. Secretary Ickes was called as the first witness. Committee members said the hearing would last a \veek or longer. There was no Indication whal attitude the interior departmenl would take, but committee clerks said they had heard no opposition from any source. The bill, by Committee Chairman I3e Rouen (D-La.) t woulc authorize a survey by the interior department to determine the cost and desirability of establishing the parkway. If the interior secretary found the project feasible, he would be authorized to acquire land and be- jin' the construction of a highway and other improvements along the route. The parkway would follow the Vlississippi river, beginning in itasca State park in Minnesota. De Rouen proposed to dedicate the first section of the route in 194L in connection with the celebration of ihe four hundredth anniversary of the river's discovery. Hancock Officers Issue Warning to Device Operators GARNER--All slot machines, punch boards and gambling devices of all kinds in use in Hancock county must be removed at once. County Sheriff L. M. Brower and County Attorney Clark E. Lovrien ruled Wednesday. Both officers said only one warning will be given and that anyone who does not remove the devices will be prosecuted. Grocery Store in School Room Return to Creighton GOODELL, -- Raymond Hofei and his friend, John Suva, of Cleveland, Ohio, returned to Creighton university, Omaha, Sunday after spending the weekenc with Raymond's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hofer. F L O W E R S SPECIAL FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Fancy GARDENIAS Each Fancy ROSES $1.00 DO. 25c Large Potted Glass Window FERNS . SHELVES 59c $1.29 J O H N S T O N ' S WHERE YOUR FRIENDS BUY FLOWERS PHONE 2500 Visiting teachers will have an opportunity to see how merchandising has found its way into Mason City public schools as the above picture shows. This grocery store is operated by the third srradc o£ the Washington school under the supervision of the teacher, Miss Rosalie Greenwalt. Behind the counter from left to right are Jane Casey, Eugene Skibbe and Richard Millmgton, while making purchases are Don Crispin, Doris Whipple and Lougcne Baird. "Much interest has been shown in the grocery store among my pupils," said Miss Greenwalt.. "It makes a stronc appeal to the children because it Is within the environment o\ every child in the room. This project is an outgrowth of 'Centerville,' a social studies book. Arithmetic, reading, spelling and language are correlated." (Lock photo, Kaycnay engraving.) Hanlontown Band to Give Friday Concert HANLONTOWN -- Hanlonlov.'n high school band will present a pre-contest concert in the school at 8 o'clock Friday night. Several members of the band appear at the sub-district music contest Clear Lake next week. ROYAL NEIGHBORS MEET RUDD--The Royal Neighbors held a social evening Tuesday. Five hundred was the entertainment. High prize went to Mrs. Willis Buckler and traveling prize went to Mrs. John Kneisel. t Chapmans Living Room Smites Featuring PERMALUX All-Steel Spring Suspension As o special feature, we offer you a beautiful modern two-piece suite, built by makers of famous "Permalux." Covered all over with hard spun antique velvet. Save $20.00. From Mills of "MOHAWK" "FIRTH" "MAGEE" American Carpet Co. and Other's Over 200 Patterns. All Grades in Any Size You Can Name. 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Plans, Estimates Layouts Free Fit Your Room" MANY BUGS ARE SENT ACTRESS California Tries to Stop Wave of Pests Given Vivien Leigh HpLLYWOOD, (U.fi)--The California agricultural commission appealed Thursday to the postoffice department to censor all mail addressed from Georgia to Miss Vivien (Scarlett O'Hara) Leigh and extract the June bugs there- from while there is yet time. While Field Inspector J. H. Caldwell searched Selznick-Inler- national studios tor June bugs, every mail brought more of the green-shelled crawlers to Miss Leigh. She announced with a trace of a shudder that while she believed the Georgia June bug to be a handsome beast indeed, she hoped her well-wishers from the old south would leave their June bugs to prowl their native heaths To Prove Bugs Exist The British Miss Leigh brought the June bugs crisis to California when she got the job to play the southern Miss O'Hara in the movie, "Gone With the Wind.' She'd hardly signed the contract before she was asking what Miss Margaret Mitchell meant in her over-sized novel when she referred to June bugs. Miss Leigh said she never heard o£ such insects. That seemed to have been a mistake. Patriotic Georgians began mailing June bugs westward, so Miss Leigh could see for herself. They arrived by the dozen, the score and the hundred. Some were alive, with gleams in their eyes; some were squashed in transit. They crawled out of letters and they leered from small boxes. Throws Away Pests It got so that Miss Leigh couldn't look a June bug in the face, not even the super-June bug, stuffed mounted on a pin, labeled and shipped by N. H. Giles, the Atlanta entomologist. She dumped all incoming June bugs, dead, alive, and in between, in the bushes outside her bungalow. That's when G. R. Gorton, deputy agricultural' commissioner, became interested. He said June bugs were against the law. He said they were liable to mow down ;he Selznick bushes and move on [rom there. He said there were few critters as congenially hungry as a Georgia June bug. Phillips Company May Send Geological Equipment to Creston CRESTON. W)--II landowners co-operate sufficiently in granting leases, the Phillips Petroleum company may bring geological survey equipment here and make an examination to determine if there is oil or gas in this vicinity, C. O. Stark, vice president of the company, said Thursday. Test drilling will he attempted if such a survey shows sufficient evidence of oil or gas possibilities, Stark added. He said it would be several weeks before definite plans are made and that any such steps hinged largely on whether lease blocks could be filled in. The Phillips company, headed by Frank Phillips, former Creston resident, has had men here six weeks getting leases on land. MASON CITY Gordon Is Elected School Board Head JOICE--At the organization meeting of the school board Monday T. 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