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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 11

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IOWA TEACHERS IAN SESSIONS Association to Meet at Fort Dodge March 3! Fort Dodge -- Adapted to 1944 needs, {he intensive, one-day program of the North Central division of the Iowa State Teachers association to be held March 31 »n Fort Dodge, will focus attention on social and political problems chiefly of an international character. To address general sessions 3 headline speakers have been obtained: Col. M. Thomas Tchou, a Chinese scholar and leader; Dr. M a y n a r d Krueger, nationally known economist, and Dr. Carl S. Winters, well-known as a student of youth problems. Sectional meetings will' include speeches by educators as well as talks by the headline speakers. Business of the organization will be carried on at short special meetings. Smaller groups will meet for luncheon programs. Col. Tchou has a wide background of experience and train- log, as a secretary to Generalissimo Chiane Kai-shek, as director of the labor department of the Chinese, government,, and. as ^China's chief representative at the International Labor conference. "China in the New World Conference" will be Col. Tchou's subject. Dr. Krueger, whose subject will be "Post War Education," is a member o£ the faculty of Chicago university and perhaps better known as a speaker of NBC's Chicago University Round Table. Dr. Krueger has proved to be a popular speaker throughout the United States because of his unusual ability to present economic subjects to audiences that are untutored in that subject. Dr. Winters, whose topic will be "Juvenile Problems," is an outstanding authority on youth today. He was crime commissioner of Michigan under 2 governors and chairman o£ juvenile crime commission of that state. Dr. Winters is pastor of the First Baptist church of Oak Park, 111., where his youth program has attracted nationwide attention. The sectional meeting of rural and elementary teachers will hear Lee H. Campbell, president of the Iowa State Teachers association, and Dr. Ernest Horn of the college of education, State University of Iowa. Officers of the North Central division are Miss Dora Jensen of Spencer, president; H. G. Doer- inssfeld of Hampton, vice president; Don Miller of Algona. secretary; K. E. Nyquist of Mason City, treasurer; executive committee members: Miss Esther Pae- enhart, Mason City; Miss Frances Messer, Dakota City; O. B. Lain?, Algona. The North Central district of the Iowa Congress of Parents and Teachers, will hold its annual meeting in Fort Dodge on the same day as the teachers' meeting, March 31. Movie Version of Her Life Won't Be Filmed Minneapolis, Minn., (U.R)--Sister Elizabeth Kenny,, director of the institute for the treatment o£ infantile paralysis that bears her name, believes that the -movie version of her life will never be filmed. v "I am satisfied in my own mind that the picture will not be made,' she said Thursday night. Reports from Hollywood stated that a representative of the National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis had read the movie script and persuaded the studio to rewrite and Rosalind Russell, who was to portray Sister Kenny, turned down the new version, she said. "It is immaterial to me personally whether the picture is made," she added. "I only consented to it because I believed the motion picture would carry a tremendously important message to the medical p r o f e s s i o n and the world." Sister Kenny said she was sure that rumors that the medical profession had exerted pressure to have production o£ the film halted were untrue. Names of 223 lowans Are Listed on Plaque Iowa Cily--A plaque listing members of the staff and personnel of the University of Iowa college of medicine and hospitals has been installed in the main corridor of the general hospital. It lists 223 names, including numerous nurses who have entered some service branch. Many of the men now in service were members of the faculty of the medical college. ous points in California where I Friday, March 3, 1914 _ ,, , 1 1 _ they visited with relatives and (MASON CITV GLOBE-GAZETTE friends. St. Ansgar--Mr. and Mr?. Herman Dieterich, Mrs. Otto Seefeld, Mr. and Mrs. George Adrian and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Miller have arrived to their homes from vari- Officials of State to See U Cage Clash Iowa City--All Iowa legislators and elected state officials have been invited to be guests of the University of Iowa at the Northwestern-Iowa basketball g a m e here Saturday evening, Director Bruce E. Mahan of the extension division announced Wednesday. It is expected that, more than 50 persons will be present. The guests will be seated in chairs on the north side of the court. While legislators and state of- 'icials for many years have been guests at the homecoming football ame each -fall, it is the first time that they have been asked to a Big Ten basketball game here. Iowa's team, now in 2nd place, can share the conference championship by winning the Friday and Saturday contests f r o m Northwestern. Capacity crowds of nearly 8,600 are expected. FILM FAVORITES IN SERVICE GET TOGETHER--Three of Hollywood's most prominent male movie stars, all serving Uncle Sam ( now, get together in Hollywood for the first time since they entered the service. Left to right are Lt. Comdr. Robert Montgomery, now back on sea duty; Capt. Clark Gable, on assignment, and Lt. (j. g.) Robert Taylor, now flight instructor for naval aviation cadets at Livermore, Cal. enlisted Oct. 21, 1D43, in the marines and was sent to the marine aase at San Diego for his boot training. He was transferred Feb. 27 to Camp Pendleton, Cal. He is in the field telephone division o£ the communications branch. SALES PASS $1,000 Woden--The sale of bonds and stamps in the Woden school in the 4th war loan drive amounted to $1,012.60. The total schools thus far reported ham township is $70.65. DANCE at the Avalon Ballroom Manly, Iowa Saturday, March 4 Music by Mack's Orchestra Admission 50c Tax Incl. END FRIDAY IV OLD CHICAGO" -:- -:- "HITLER'S MADMAN" RED SKELTON ELEANOR POWELL Riclurd AINIEY · Patricia DANE TborttMi HAU. · Leu HOME LATE SHOW SAT. NITE Two Biggest Hits in Town East Side Kids--"WHISPERING FOOTSTEPS" DONATES QUILT New Hampton -- Mrs. E. T. Krueger has hand made a appli- qued quilt, proceeds from which will be donated to the 1944 Red Cross war fund. Mrs. Krueger's husband is a gunner's mate in the navy. DANCE at RIVERSIDE BARN DANCE 725 North Kentucky SATURDAY,MARCH 4 PRIVATE i ADVANCES Northwood--Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Turvold received word of the promotion Friday of their son, Gaylord, Jr., to private first class. He Many Farmers Moving in Swaledale Vicinity S i v a l e d a l c -- T h e following farmers have moved to different locations around Swaledale: The LeRoy Anderson family to the Methodist parsonage. Their farm was bought by Mr. and Mrs. Jor- gcnson south of Thornton and will be farmed by Mr. and Mrs. Elza Dannen. Mr. and Mrs. Mohler, Sr., and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mohler and daughter have gone to farm near Leland. Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Peters have bought a home in Mason City and their farm will be worked by Mr. and Mrs. Fred Timm from north of Mason City. Leonard Peters and family have rented the R. J. Carr farm and the farm they worked for a number of years, owned by the Bankers Life, has been bought by Mr. and Mrs. Siberling from Franklin county and they have taken pos- sesion. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Bramsen and family have moved to the Feank Foster farm northwest ol town, and the old Winters home' stead they have occupied ^fo number of years, ha% been boughl by Mr. and Mrs. Art Rawson anc their son and family. · ( Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Rule from rear Clear Lake have moved to the Richard Carr homestead where Mr."and Mrs. Donald Can- have lived the past few years Donald Carr is in the military service and Mrs. Carr is employee in Mason City. GRAND ICE CREAM TREATS r at THE SODA GRILL LIST BIRTHS New Hampton--Recent births reported here are as follows: Mr. and Mrs. Eiler, daughter, Feb. 24; Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Lang, daughter, Feb. 25; Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Leichtman, daughter, Feb. 26; Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Anderson, daughter, March 1. UNUSUAL FAN LETTER Hollywood, (U.R) -- Screen Actress Dorothy Lamour received her most unusual fan letter Thursday. Written by a Czechoslovakian soldier in England, it read: "Dear Miss Lamour, I love you very much. I dream about you every night. Please send me a carton of Amirecan cigarets." INFANT DIES Eagle Grove--Kent Eugene Lonning, 6 month old son o[ Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Lonning, died at the Lutheran hospital, in Hampton, Thursday. Services were held in charge of the Rev. Mr. Hammer, of the Church of God, and burial in Rose Hill cemetery, Eagle Grove, was made by Kubitschek Kastler. Surviving are the parents, and one other child. L* Roy, Minn.--Robert Roy in service in Texas will arrive this week to spend his furlough with his wife and his mother. DANCE GRAND DAYS AND STAY YOUNG MALEK'S ACCOKD1OK BAND Tonite (Fri.) Chuck Hall SAT. Lynn Kerns and the Rhylhm Club SUN. Music by MALEK'S Accordion Band Admission 50c, Tax Incl. Now - Playing South Shore, Clear Lake DANCING EVERY NIGHT Come--Try Our Delieioos Food Steaks - Fried Chicken Home Barbecued Fried Fish Thiews William Boyd "Leather Burners Special Saturday LUNCHEON ROAST TURKEY Dressing - Cranberry Sauce Judy Canova 'SLEEPY LAGOON" ASK - YOUR - FRIENDS - WHO - HAVE - SEEN - STARTS·SUNDAY SUN. - MON. - TUBS. and His Orchestra DELTA RHYTHM BOYS O'DRISCOLL PATRIC KNOWLES THOMAS GOMEZ TONY and SALLY DE MARCO CHANDRA KALY and His Dancers - WE - GOT - Here's All "Ifour. Favorite People 30 STARS 3 Great Bands In Technicolor Try Our Eve nine Dinners «jy up · Barbecued Ribi, Sleik. Chicken. Sea Foods DANCING EVERY EVENING PERCY KIIBRIDE RICHARD LANE 8IUY GILBERT EDGAR KENNEDY RANKIIN FANGBORN HANS CONRIED The Covered ALSO CARTOON - NEWS CONT. SUN. 1 to 4 The Glenn Miwr Singers LEIGHTON NOBLE and His Orchestra She Has What It Tabes' "They Died With Their Boots on" TILL 6:00 - EVENING Plus Tax . Kids lOc 2 ACE HITS ie e for your* s e l f tn t h e picture that... SAT. - SUN. - MON. Wbtn Hontst Trudy Kockenlecker m**fs up w'rth a Rafzky-Wotzky ... that's ft* startl ' Bob Hope iays: "is the funniest f i l m I e v e r totted -- I ate it up'" TCCffNICOUte, IIINl IYNK · WltlllD ItlUltST mm MU ·* "fe*mTY"«d "mi n»r WriKM mt Mr*cM kr WITCH STDWH Frwton Srurg«i topi hii own "Die lady Wand'Hlt Great McGintr"forleugnl KING SHARFE, TERHUNE Chapter ^ "Winslow of the Coast Guard" PLUS--CARTOON - NEWS LATE SHOW SATURDAY NITE LATE SHOW SATURDAY NITE MAT. 30e--iVt. fr SUN. 40c, INCLUDING TAX--CHILD. lOc FUN - SHOW! RCCORD-IREAKING

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