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Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, March 23, 1939
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18 THURSDAY, MARCH 23, 1939 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE Mason City's Calendar Prominent Educators to Address Conference Groups * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * March 23-25--Annual convention ! of the north central division of Iowa State Teachers association in Mason City. March 24-April 3--School spring vacation. March 27--Mason City to elect three councilman. March 28-31--Globe-Gazette cooking school, high school auditorium. March 29-31--North Iowa building and home furnishings show, high school gymnasium. March 30--Veterans of Foreign \Vars annual stag membership dinner. April 2--"Seven .Last .Words .of Christ" by Dubois, 7:30 o'clock, St. John's Episcopal church. Here in Mason City Wanted: S a l e s l a d i e s . Apply Style Shoppe. Real Estate Loans -- Hugh H. Shepard, Foresters Bldg. Ph. 284. Mrs. Frank Smith, 1428 Monroe avenue northwest, has received word of the death of her cousin, Miss Joan Hutchins, 56, Maquo- kcta which occurred March 19 at Iowa City, following an operation. Burial was Tuesday at Maquo-j keta. Miss Hutchins had taught for a number of years and visited frequently in Mason City. Rummage sale, 22S S. Fed., Frt. and Sat., March 24, 25. Dr. W. A. Pepln, foot specialist, located at B B Shoe store. Reed Horr, proprietor of the Serv-All Fruit and Grocery stores, announces that the No. 1 store on the corner of Eighteenth street and South Federal avenue is now - open for summer business. 52.00 allowance for your old Toaster on a new Sunbeam Toastmaster. Currie-Van Ness Co. "Opinion/' a journal ot Jewish life and letters edited by Stephen S. Wise, has been donated to the Mason City library. In the latest issue, "The Force of an Ideal" by Josephus Daniels, suggests that as long ns people work together there is little room for intolerance. The article will be placed on reserve with other books on alien ties. Patient: "Doc, I'm off my feed." Doc: "Drive out to the Clear Lake Golf club for one of those southern fried chicken dinners with biscuits ---- they're positively healing." Birth certificates have been filed for Donovan Ruddell, son of Mr. and Mrs. Donovan Ruddell Pierce, Twelfth street northeast, born March 4; Nancy Jean, daughter o£ Mr. and Mrs. Theodore "Swinehart, route 1, Mason City, born March'3; Bamona Yvonne, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Emery Link, 404 Madison avenue northwest, born March 1, and Susan Elizabeth, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Bull, 8 Delaware apartments, born Feb. 23. Speed Queen Combination Offer--Washing Machine and Table Model Ironer, 553.50. Easy terms. Currie-Van Ness Co. PROF. O. W. QUALLEY Luther College Decorah DR. THEODORE BLEGEN Minnesota Historical Society ' St. Paul, Minn. A. L. THIEDE State Teachers College Minkato, Minn. PETER TKACH Director of Vocal Music Minneapolis MISS MILDRED JACKSON Supervisor of Vocal Music Mason City , DR. RAYMOND DERBY Head of English Department Iowa State College, Ames MISS HAZEL V. THOMAS Cerro Gordo County Superintendent of Schools this the Music Mothers of Joice Meet Monday JOICE--Members of the Music Mothers' organization will meet Monday evening at the school. A program has been arranged by Mrs. Harry Johnson. Mrs. Horace Thompson, Supt. E. O. Berkland and Miss Kathryn Tweeten, com- j on°'^Woaster"Turning'." prise the serving committee. ' -- - - · - 20 GROUPS WILL DISCUSS SPECIAL PROBLEMS HERE Blegen, Derby, Qualley, Harper Among Speakers at These Sessions Conferences, featuring outstanding educators on various phases of school life, will highlight the Friday afternoon program at the 18th annual convention of the North Central division of the Iowa State Teachers association being held in Mason City this week. One of the outstanding of 20 groups into which the convention is to be divided, will be the senior high English, speech and journalism meeting at the Hotel Eadmar. Dr. Raymond Derby, head of the English department at Iowa State college, will be featured at group. He will talk on "Can Teaching of English and Speech be Effectively Correlated?" Rodney Fox to Speak Other speakers in the English group will be: Dr. Earl E. Harper, director of fine arts at the University of Iowa; Hodney Fox, instructor of journalism at the Iowa State college, and Ella Enslow, author and lecturer. Prof. O. W. Qualley. Luther college, will be one of the main speakers in the foreign languages conference at the high school. He will talk on "The Value of Language Study." Ethel Virtue of Webster City, Mary Boxwell of Fort Dodge and Florence Flynn of Mason City will be panel speakers. Schedule Dr. Eleven "The Westward Movement and Immigration as Reflected in Ballads and Songs" will be the topic of Dr. Theodore Blegen, superintendent of the Minnesota historical building, at the social science conference in the high school. At the industrial arts conference in the manual arts building, P. C. Fraiser, state research specialist, Des Moines, will talk on '·The Vocational Guidance Implications of Industrial Arts." A. L. Thiede, Minnesota State Teachers college, will speak on "Techniques in Jewelry for High School" and G. H. Keister, Mason City high school instructor, will talk Present "Jollies of 1939" for Teachers Gags on school officials and teachers were prepared by the *- GALT CLUB MEETS GALT--The Double Four Bridge club was entertained Tuesday night at the home of Mrs. Clarence Loux. Mrs. John Paulson won prize for high score and Mrs. W. F. Brigger low. Refreshments were served by the hostess. The club will meet next at the home of Mrs. Harold Dexter. Get Joyful Relief From BACKACHE Plan Kindergarten Group Miss Kathleen McCann, Minnesota State Teachers college, will on "Foundations Laid in Kindergarten'' during the kindergarten conference at the Hotel Hanford. Miss Amy Arey. Iowa State Teachers college, will speak on "Primary Literature" at the primary grades meeting in Lincoln school. Marguerite Uttlcy. Iowa State Teachers college, and Florence Murphy, Fort Dodge, will be the speakers in the geography session in the high school. Schedule Music Session Peter Tkach. director of vocal music at West high school in Min- Full Menu of j Luncheons at Convention Visiting teachers will have a full menu of luncheons to pick from on the Friday program of the convention of the North Central division of the Iowa State Teachers association. One of the outstanding luncheons will be staged by'the senior high English, speech and journalism conference group. The attending teachers will meet in the Hotel Eadmar and Miss Tommy D. Priest, vice principal of the Mason City high school, will be in charge. Dr. Harper to Talk Dr. Earl E. Harper, director oi fine arts at the University of Iowa, wiil give the address on Caused by Sluggish Kidneys Stop Gelling Up IS'ighls And Feel Younger Here's one cood way to flu^h execs* h a r m f u l ivastc fruin the kidneys and relieve bladder irritation that often cause* scanty, bur-nine and smarting Ask your drugcisT for a 35 cent box ot Gold Medal Haarlem Oil CapMite:--- a splendid safe and harmless diuretic and stimulant for \vcak kidneys and irritated bladder. Besides getting u p nights, some *ym- toms of kidney trouble may be backaches, ptilfy eyes. ICR cramps, and moist palms. But be sure to get GOLD MEDAI, --it's a genuine medicine, for weak kidneys--right from Haarlem in Holland. neapolLs. Minn,. '·Fundamentals in will ialk on Choral Training" in the -music meeting. Miss Mildred Jackson. Mason City, supervisor of vociil music in the grade schools, will speak on "The Child's Voice."' The meeting of the teachers of "Trustee or Traitor, Which? 1 Rodney Fox will talk on "We Have Work to Do." Thorrell Fest, Spencer, will be the toastmaster. Superintendents, principals and their wives will hold a luncheon meeting at t h e First Baptist church. Paul B.. Norris, Thompson superintendent, will be in charge and Prudence Outright, assistant superintendent of the Minneapolis schools, will talk on ''The Relation Between Curriculum Study and Supervision." Miss Hazel V. Thomas, county superintendent, will have charge of the' luncheon for rural teachers and county superintendents to be held in the Church of Christ. The Hamilton School of Commerce choir under the direction of Mauritz Lundholm will furnish the music. Ella Enslow, author and lecturer, and Dr. Theodore Blegen. secretary and superintendent of the Minnesota Historical so- and Mrs. Ledgering, Cumberland, Wis. Burial cemetery. was at Elmwood above members of the Mason City Chamber of Commerce Glee j T . -, , ,_.___,, , T club for presentation of "Jollies of 1939," entertainment highlight L ^ntner "lasm cftv and M?' for members of the North Central Teachers association at the h/Sr^V 5"°? Cl _:*?*,?-* Hotel Hanford Thursday night, following- the banquet. Joining in the minstrel performance, as shown above from Jeft to right, are (front row): John McEachern,-Larry Reardon, Don Poppen, Director J. J. Fitzgerald, Secretary Lester MUligan of the Chamber of Commerce, Stratton. Shannon, Sterling Prusia and Wesley V. {Shorty) Loring. . Middle row: Dr. Raymond F. Kunlz. John Gleasun, Roger Larson. Dr. R. E. Smiley, Hajik Hook, Fred Shaffer, Dr. Irving Stern- hill. W. Earl Hall and Guy L. Croscn. Back row: Clifford Eggert, Clark Swcctser, Claire Bemiss. Jim Archie, D. L. Dillon, G. L. Gunnerson, L. R. Roberts and Leslie Valentine. Members of the club not appearing in the picture are Chuck Dalin, Ear! Dean, G. H. Keister, Raymond LaXiasse and Lawrence Cain. (Lock photo, Kayenay engraving) 40 AT MEETING KANAWHA -- The Rebekah lodge met Monday evening at the Odd Fellows hall with about 40 members present. Hostesses were LIONS LAY PLANS FOR MAY 24-25 STATE MEETING 2 District Governors Promise Representation From Other Iowa Clubs The Mason City Lions club met Wednesday night at the Hanford hotel and listened to an outline of plans which are designed to make the state convention of Lions here May 24.and 25 the largest and best ever held by the organization. Speakers of the evening were Kenneth Goodrich of Boone, governor of District A, and Norman Younglove of Des Moines, governor of District B. The latter promised representation from every club in his southeastern Iowa district and the former declared tha the clubs of northern Iowa would be here en masse. Westfall Is Chairman Speaking as chairman of the committee in charge of local arrangements, W. A. Westfall reported the acceptance of invitations by the international president, Walter Dexter of Sacramento. Cal., by Gov, George A. Wilson and by Dale E. Carrell of Keokuk. an international director. A ball honoring the governors and the other distinguished visitors is planned for the Surf on the night of Wednesday, May "24, and the second evening of the convention will be given over to a banquet featuring an address by President Dexter. Governor Wilson will probably be heard on the afternoon of the opening day, according to Mr. Westfall. Famous Humorist Coming Filling out the program will be a humorist of national reputation, yet to be announced, and a variety of musical and other enter- year, both as to clubs and as to membership. Nearly 30 new clubs will have been established by convention time, with a total membership exceeding the combined membership of other service clubs in the state. Former Mason Cityan Mr. Goodrich, former sports editor of the Globe-Gazette but now managing editor of the Boone News-Republican, told of the organization and a half dozen clubs in his district up to the present time, including Livermore and Titonka in the locality near Mason City. He closed with an impressive delineation of the contrast between conditions in free America and dictator-ridden Europe, with a challenge to Lions to be guided in their relations with each other and with their country by the code of the Lions club. Call for Goodrich Solo Music for the entertainment was provided by Fred O'Green, clarinet, John Hanson, trombone, and Cleworth Bergraff, baritone horn. Mrs. Roy Servison was at the piano. Mr. Goodrich, on impromptu call, sang two baritone numbers. Dr. F. G. Carlson presided. Guests included John Christiansen and Dr. Ray Fox of Charles City and Jack Hull of Mason City. Following the club program, the two visiting governors met with the board of the local club to consider details of the convention program. FINED S10, COSTS Oscar L. Johnson, 433 Second- street northeast, was fined $10 and' costs Thursday by- Police Judged Morris Laird on a charge of in; toxication. Johnson was arrested by police in front of 628 South Federal avenue at 11:30 o'clock Wednesday night. SKELGASMEN HEAR PROGRAM District Meeting Held at Hotel Hanford, '39 Appliances Displayed About 45 Skelgas dealers in the 24 county area surrounding Ma- son "of"i\lr. and Mrs.Youis Entner" Hines of the Cerro Gordo Maytag Skelgas company, 22 Second street northeast, acting as host to the dealers. The meeting was an all day affair, with lunch at noon, movies and displays of equipment for homes off the gas mains. Mrs. James Yeakel, Mrs. Albert Larson and Miss De Etta Hartwig. met Monday evening at the Odd Fellows hall with about 40 members present. Hostesses were Mrs. James Yeakel, Mrs. Albert Larson and Miss De Etta Hartwig. tainment, Mr. Westfall stated. The important business sessions, including the election of district officers, will be held on the second day. Governor Younglove in his talk stressed the unprecedented growth of the Lions club in Iowa the past PRISCILLA CLUB MEETS BELMOND--Mrs. G. F. McBurney entertained members of the Priscilla club at her home Wednesday afternoon. DIAMONDS and Ring Mountings Reiiter Mfg. Jeweler 91.4 East Slate. Upstairs--Save Rites Held Here for Louis Entner Infant Funeral services for the Planning To Re-Light The Living Room? Here's How One Couple Did It son City met at a distributors gathering at the Hotel Hanford Wednesday to inspect new appliances and hear sales discussions and merchandising methods on the 1939 Skelgas program. Formerly these meetings were held only at distribution points, but this year State Manager Don Barton, Des Moines, planned community gatherings at Cedar Rapids. Mason City. Sioux City and DCS Moines. "Bunk" Overman, Kansas City, assisted Mr. Barton in the local presentation, with Sherman Ege- lanri and Henry Wieckman, local district managers, in charge of local arrangements and Henry 609 Van Buren avenue southwest, were held at the Major-Randall funeral home Thursday afternoon, with the Rev. O. L. N. Wigdahl, pastor of Trinity Lutheran church, in charge of services. The child, born Sunday, died at a local hospital Wednesday afternoon. He is survived by the parents, two brothers, Larry and rural schools and county superin- i cie ''- will be the speakers. tendents will be supervised by Miss Hnzel V. Thomas, county su- i nerintendent nf schools, in the Church of Christ. Talks will be given by Miss Jessie M. Parker. ( NEW AND USED HOUSE TRAILERS All Sizes -- Attractive Prices House Trailer Sales Co. T. S. VEECII and SON 521 2nd S. W. IMason City Plan Commercial Luuch ! The Iowa Congress ot Parents i and Teachers luncheon will be held the Presbyterian church. Today's Biggest- Clothing Values Spring woolens now on display. Tailored to your individual measurements. Over 500 patterns to choose from. H EGG'S Glasgow Tailors New Location--26 2nd St. \. E. superintendent o f ' p u b l i c instruc-( M 7;-J'' vv j n J^PP ot Mason City tion. Ella Enslow and Dr. Theo-! """ ! dore Blegen. List Home Economics Miss Mary Fan-is, state supervisor of homemaking education, and Dr. Beatrice Geiger. home economics department head at Iowa State Teachers college, will be the speakers at home economics conference in the high school. "A Demonstration in Puppetry'' vill be presented by Agnes B. Cole, assistant professor of art at the Iowa State Teachers college, at the art conference in the high school auditorium. Dr. Kistlcr to Taik The physical education group will meet in the high school for a panel discussion on the "Modern HOW MUCH DO YOU WANT, Will be in charge. Teachers attending the commercial conference will hold a j luncheon at the Cerro Gordo hotel. Miss Myrtle Albert of Mason City will be in charge of arrangements. The kindergarten luncheon will be held at the Hotel Hanford. Miss Ethel Ehlers of Mason City will be in charge. The home economics conference group are scheduled for a lunch- con at the Hotel Hanford. Miss Florence O'Leary, Mason City teacher, will have charge of the reservations. lish. high school: intermediate English, high school: natural and Trend in Physical Education.'' Dr. physical science, high school: su- .1. W. Kistler. University of Iowa. ] perin'endents and principals, Dr. Draper Long. Mason City j First Baptist church: grade mathe- uhysician. and Clayton O. Suther- ' rnatics, high school: junior rind Mason City coach, will br senior high school mathematics. for your FORD PLYMOUTH * CHEVROLET HUDSON or HUDSON TERRAPLANE Y OU can count on a top allowance figure during this special drive to get more used cars. We'll trade high to make itcasy for you to own a new 1939 Hudson. ACT NOW...bring your car in and see how much you can get for it- Better hurry, as this offer can'tlast long. And here's big news: NOW HUDSON PRICES START AT $695 . . . delivered in Detroit, equipped to drive, state tax, if any, extra. JBv Jean Prentice D I EEP maroon hangings and upholstery in soft green and gold were not the only concern of a young business couple recently, when they redecorated the living room of their city apartment. Thcy also gave due attention to new lighting. Double-Purpose Lighting They wanted decorative lighting for parties, as well as good reading light for the evenings they would spend at home with their books and magazines. This is how they accomplished Graceful ones with white china bases, were selected. These have inner translucent diffusing bowls to reflect the light both up and down, 100-watt bulbs for enough light, and wide white-lined shades for maximum reflection. Good Taste How is your own davenport lighted? Perhaps it stands away from the wall and there are no end-tables. Then a large floor lamp, equipped with at least 150 watts and placed at the center back, is good decorative and lighting taste. (Providing the shade is light-lined and sufficiently wide.) i land, the leaders in the discussion. Other conferences and the ln- cations include: Junior high Eng- high school, and elementary school principals, administration building. . LAPINER MOTOR CO. 125 South Delaware Phone 1182 Mason City, Iowa I both. Although new lamps were i The main idea is to have smooth purchased in this case, any home abundant lighting for the entire can immediately use to advantage length of this piece of furniture, several of the principles of cor- i and not just for one portion of it. rect lighting which they followed. ( For the wing chair, exactly the I For the green davenport, which [right lamp was found. Below the Islands close to the wall, end-table |.shade is a glass ball that echoes 11 lamps were the bes.t solution. I Ihe roundness ot the prized glass bowl of the drop-leaf table. The amp. moreover, provides scientifically approved lighting . . . which was of course a primary necessity. There's an inner diffus- ng bowl and a 100-200-300 watt bulb for flexibility (for the aforementioned parties or evenings of reading.) Avoiding- Shadows "When it came to the desk, however, note that the lamp has been placed at the left. This is where it should be placed on any desk, providing one is right-handed. The shadow of your hand will then RO beyond your paper and not upon what you arc writing. In this desk lamp, two 60-watt bulbs are used. With this good lighting. letters to Aunt Mary or Cousin George src now easier for t h i p young couple . to .\vrite and the entire room has a new air of cheer. ·» ±

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