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March 16, 1937

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 7

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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH 16 · 1937 SEVEN Leaders in Friday Afternoon Group Sessions of Teachers' Convention Howard L. Barker, leader of the physical education round table, announces that A. F. Bralnard, physical education director at Minnesota State Teachers college, St. Cloud, Minn., will address the group. Larry J. Heel), supervisor of physical education for grade schools of Mason City, will direct a junior hinh group in a demonstration. Miss Grace Barnard, instructor in the commercial department of the Mason City high school, will address commercial ·teachers on "Tile Social Responsibility of Business Education." She will' supervise the recistra- tion of all teachers and will be assisted by advanced students of. the commercial department who are assigned to be on duty at different times during the three days convention. Mrs. Crabb, instructor of art in the Mason City high school, is leader of the round table discussion in art. Miss Edna Pat- Ziff, head of graphic and plastic 'arts at the u u i v e r s i I y-high school of Iowa City, speaks on "Art in School." Posters advertising the operetta, "The Vagabond King," were supervised by Mrs. Crabb. ·Estherville Put on Safety Honor Roll ESTHERVILLE, (/!)--The National Safety Council notified Mayor Fred Ehlers that Estherville has been placed on the honor roll for cities of 5,000 population for having no traffic fatalities in 1936. Former lowan Dies. EL CENTRO, Cal., (/P)--Brig. Gen. .Charles Leonard Phillips, 80, U. S. army, retired, died here. He was instructor military science and tactics at Cornell college, Mount Vernon, Iowa, from-.1892 to 189G. QUALITY CLEANING SKILLFUL BLOCKING Far Your SPRING HAT Paradise Clock Now in Bily Brothers' Display CALMAR -- The Bily brothers, whose clock museum near Conover, Winneshiek county, is one o£ the show places of Iowa, have added a new piece to their famous collection. It is a paradise clock, standing 8 feet 6 inches in height and from 20 to 40 inches wide. It weighs about 400 pounds. The clock is made of butternut, white ash and white oak. The clock is carved in a conception of the Garden of. Eden with Adam and Eye, the tree of life, the Angel.Gabriel, figures of justice, friendship and truth and separate, removable birds and animals. MIRIAM MARSTON MISS MARTHA SOURS -tc i Miss Miriam Marston, instructor of English at Madison school "will appear before the geography group discussing "Language and Living".for teachers of the intermediate grades. Miss Martha Sours, instructor at Madison school, will speak' before the geography teachers f on "Modern Trends in Teaching Geography." Former Resident Buried. RIDGEWAY -- Funeral services for Mrs. Anna Hagcn, former resident here, who died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Clarence Jacobsen at Aurora, 111., were held at the Hidgeway Synod Lutheran church at 10:30 o'clock Friday morning, conducted by the Rev. Mr. Hoss of Decorah. Interment was made in the Madison cemetery. Mrs. Meyer Funeral Conducted in Calmar CALMAR -- Funeral services were held Monday at St. Aloysius church for Mrs. Julia Meyer, 72, who died Friday at the home of her daughter, Mrs. R. J. Becker, Dubuque, Iowa. The Rev. Father VolJmecke officated. Mrs. Meyer had been in poor health lor several years and about two months ago had to have her leg amputated due to an infection.' Last week she suffered a stroke. Mrs. Meyer was born Dec. 14, 1865, at Elkader and lived there until her marriage to Peter Meyer May 14, 1888. She then moved to Calmar where she lived until a j few years ago when she went to Dubuque to make her home with her daughter. She is survived by her daughter, Mrs. R. J. Becker, 11 grandchildren and two brothers, J. A. Kramer, Waukegan, 111., and Joseph Kramer of Elkader. Her husband preceded her death 13 years ago. State Employe Whose Job is Political Plum Suffers Deflated Ego When He Asks for Increase in His Salary. Boys' 4-11 Club Organized. CHARLES CITY--The 4-H club boys o£ Rock Grove township held an. organization, meeting at the home-of their leader/Wiley Reckard. The following officers were elected:, Floyd Thompson, president; Clyde Burnett, vice president; Charley Waters, .secretary and treasurer, and Gerald Pinta, reporter. ROTHMOOR* COATS Rakish, swaggering, t l i r i l H n g l y 1937! Glowing bonfire tones, heathery browns and tans, glinting greens -- bold checks, plaids, tweedy mixtures -- quality in the famous Rothmoor tradition. $35 Other Rolhmonr Coats $29.75 to $69.75 ·TRADE MARK REG. U. S. PATENT OFFICE Dflmorvs Goes'to Leper Colony. FORT DODGE, (/P)--Mercy hospital officials here announced Sister M. A'nnunciala, superintendent of nurses, has been appointed to the nursing staff of Machica hospital in a leper colony near Georgen town, British Guiana. Joins Teachers Faculty. DES MOINES, (vP) -- Anthony Donate, head of the Iowa State Teachers' violin department, has joined the faculty of the Iowa State Teachers college, Cedai Falls. He will assume his new du- ties'Sept. 1. Deaf Man Hears Minister First Time in Years After using OURINE, the preparation of an European specialist, only a short while, Joseph Meredith of Ontario, Canada, reports that "all the head noises have gone and I can hear people talking. I heard the minister read the Scripture for the first time in two years." If you are hard of hearing, bothered by head noises, earache, ringing and buzzing in ears, sick with (he dread of approaching deafness, get OUHINE today. Easy to use. Relief is quick. Costs only a few cents a day. Money back if not satisfied. Sold at your Ford Hopkins Drug Store By.GEORGE MILLS.' Iowa Daily Press Bureau. Consider the sad state of the ego of one state employe who envied a $400 annual salary increase given to one of his associates. The ag- jrieved worker thereupon called on *he proper authorities with a request for a similar boost. "We pay the other fellow for what he knows," he^was told. "And your job is a political plum." D « FIRST REAL PROBE This week the Iowa senate prepared to listen to a request for the first real ins'estigation of the session. Getting .ready consisted of disposing of confirmation of certain appointments to stale boards. Said appointments were sent to the senate a few days ago by the gov- enor. It was feared that touching off the fuse beforehand might complicate consideration of the appointments. * * * "PEACEFUL VALLEY" State planning board officials would like very much to suppress "Peaceful Valley." "Peaceful Valley" is a nickname given ^to, a proposed concentration .of'al^federal and state agencies to show what can be done in one river valley. The Chariton rivei watershed in southern Iowa is being discussed as a possible site in which to give RRA, SES, RA, the forest service, and many another agency a free rein. Planning board officials like the idea. But the nickname falls on unwilling ears. Onco there was a small boy whom the gang , called "Pudgy.' 7 His mother did not like it and asked the others to call him his right name, Charles. Therefore, he was called "Pudgy" for the rest of his life. » * * ROKI.OF'S SALARY As the saying goes, the "heat 1 seems to be off former G. O. P Senator Garritt Roelofs in the Iowa legislature. Roelofs, directoi of the Iowa Unemployment Compensation commission, has been under fire from the republican members of the Iowa senate, chiefly because ot his activities on the democratic side of the last political campaign. But as the temperature of the senate has dropped, so lias Roelof's salary- State records show he now is being paid at the rate of Miss Frances Forster, instructor in the French department, will present before the French language group some of her students who will sing French songs In French following die address, "Aids in Creating Interest in French," by C. E. IMcek , of Eagle Grove. Miss Lillian Shimmick, instructor of speech in the junior college will siieuk on "Baby Earthquakes in Speech" before the speech round table group on Friday aflernoon. This is one of 22 conferences that will be held by the teachers Friday. Miss Florence Flynn is chairman of the language round table Friday afternoon. She announces Dr. W. II. Schulte of Columbia college, Dnbiicxuc, will sneak on "Our Latin English Language." He wilJ tell of the proper position of teaching the Latin element in English. 3,GDO a year, or $900 less than the 14,500 rate of a few weeks ago. # * t IAHDLY A VETERAN Several d a y s ago Governor iraschel attended a dinner at the state university where much, of he oratorical emphasis was placed on the value of. veteran officials n public service. Whereupon the governor re- .urnccl to Des Moincs to name diehard Plock of Burlington to :he state board of education. Plock is reported to be less than 30 years old. Phone Call Results in Two Being Hurt DAVENPORT, ({?)--An anonymous telephone call received by C. F. Broilers, Jr., resulted in iii- uries to two persons. The caller old Bi'oders his mother was un- ergoing an emergency operation t a hospital. Enroule-lo (he hos~ Jilal Broders' car crashed into a ar driven by Dr. R. P. Carney. VIrs. Broders and Mrs. Carney suf- ered severe culs. 25,000,000th Name Enrolled in Old Age Assistance Program WASHINGTON, (#)·--Social security board officials said enrollment of the twenty-five millionth name card in the old age benefits program was completed Tuesday. A quarter-million more cards are "in the mill" at the Baltimore offices, they said. They expect tho enrollment of about 20,000,000 salaried and wage earning persons to be finished soon. State totals of employe applications for security account numbers received through last Friday -follow: Iowa, 306,709; Kansas, 223,915 Minnesota, 388,534; Montana, 68,078; Nebraska, 144,110; North Dakota, 37,516; South Dakota, 44,807; Wisconsin, 537,203. Are Parents of Son. OSAGE--Mr. and Mrs. Luverne Markham are the parents of a boy born Friday at the Nissen hospital hi'i-c. This is their first child. [owans Notified of Daughter's Death COUNCIL BLUFFS, (/I 3 ) -- Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Warlord of Coun- Bluffs have been notified of :he death of their daughter, Mrs Evelyn Warford Reitz, 19, a bride of six weeks. Mrs. Reitz suffered fatal injuries in an automobile accident near Chicago. Buy Clinton Bonds. DES MOINES, (/P)--K a 1 s e y Stuart and company, Chicago investment brokers, announced they purchased the $150,000 worth o Clinton county primary road refunding bonds sold at the first sal to be held this month. A simila sale of $55,000 in Dubuque county bonds was set for Monday bu postponed until March 20. Iowa Banker Dies. ATLANTIC, (#)--John W. Reed, 75, president of the Cumberland Savings bank since its organization in 1905, died of a heart attack. 58,000 Road Program in Hancock Approved GARNER--The new rond pro- ram outlined by Charles F. Moron, county engineer, was ap- roved with slight amendments lore Monday. The estimated cost vill approximate $58,000 and in- ludes 40 miles of. new grading md graveling and eight new iridges. Trustees, one from each o£ the 1G townships of Hancock county, mot with the supervisors n an all clay session. The program vill be sent to Ames for approval. Contracts will be let later. 3rd Gritmell Institute. GRINNELL, (/PI--The third annual Grinncll Institute of International Relations will be held on the Grinnctl college campus here June 1C to 25. Dr. McGrew to Be Penn College Prexy PASADENA, Cal., (.I 1 )--Dr. Edwin McGrew, pastor of the First Friends church o£ Pasadnna for ten years, has resigned to become president of Penn college, Oskaloosa, Iowa. Dr. McGrew, former president of Pacific college in Oregon, was president of Penn college for ten years. Strong Quits S. U. I. IOWA CITY, (/!) -- Frank H. Strong, assistant professor of law at the University of Iowa, has resigned to join the faculty of the college of law at Ohio State university. President Eugene A. Gilmore announced here. Death Blamed on Fall. 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