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^fe^fe^^ -.peyB^-^^^;^ EIGHTEEN ' MASON CITY GL'OEE-GAZETTE, MARCH 16 Â· 1937 i * ST, JOSEPH'S TO JOIN IN SESSION Mason City Blue J Staff to Participate in News Men's Conference. Members of the staff of the Mason City Blue J, the monthly newspaper published by the staff of St. Joseph high school of Mason City will participate in the journalism conference to be held in connection with the teachers' convention, Friday and Saturday af- ternonns. - " Â· The "Mason City Blue J," .the "Littlfi Dodger" of Fort Dodge and "Northwood High News" are the only three school newspapers of North Central division that are not school pages in local newspapers or mimeographed newspapers. ' The Mason City Blue J, a four column, four page paper, celebrated its tenth birthday in October 1936. It is a charter member of National Scholastic Press Association and an affiliate of Quill and Scroll and Iowa High School Press association. The staff is listed below: Editors---Joan and Jean Fleming. ; Â· " Â· Â· Â· . Â· Â· News Editors--Patricia Braheny, Miriam Latlimer, 'Catherine Poshusta. Reporters--Eunice Ward, La Verne Herzog, Harold Chute, Hichard Kelley, William Neibergall, Gerald Braheny, Kenneth Paulson. . . Â· : . ' Â· . ' . ' . , . - Â· ' . Â· Â· Â· Sports Editors--Donald Coyle, SUFFERED 40 YEARS FROM CONSTIPATION "For 40 years, I had been praying for a lasting remedy for constipation and its evils. Finally, I tried Kellogg's AL'L-BRAN. Since :that time (nearly 10 years ago),' I 3iave not taken any medicine. Have .teen'well and entirely free from, constipation."-- Mrs. I. H. Kendig-, B. F. D. No. 2, Lancaster, Penna. Don't let common constipation, ruin your life. You can end it safely, without -using drugs that soon lose their effectiveness. Just eat two tablespoonfuls of Kellogg's ALL-BBAN every day -- Â·with every meat in severe cases. Serve a s a cere al with milk or fruits, orcookintoappetizingrecipes. Ali- 3BRAN absorbs more than twice its Tveight in water and gently clears away the wastes that cause head-, aches, tiredness and serious illness. The vitamin B in ALL-BRAN helps tone up the entire intestinal tract. Buy ALL-BRAN from your grocer. Guaranteed by Kellogg- in Battle Greek. .. ... Thomas Colloton, Raymond Bielh. Feature Editors--Francis Reardon, Vincent Mulert, Dennis Ryan. Exchanges--Sarah.Cannella, Patricia Meade, . Â· Business Manager--Margaret Lownsberry. Circulation' Managers--Marguerite Dougherty, Rozellen Chilson. . . . M . E . B . M.H. Bailey Rites. , to Be Wednesday in FirstM.E. Church Funeral services f or Millard H. Bailey, 67, who died at his home, 224 Second street : northwest, at Â·1:30 o'clock Monday afternoon following a long illness, will be held at^the First M.. E. church Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock. The Rev. C. E. Flynn, pastor of the church, will be in charge of services. Burial will be at Hampton.- _ ' - . - . Mr. Ba[ley had been a resident of Mason City for the past 18 years. He was a member of the Methodist church and .the Sunday scl^bol class of the late Judge J. J. Clark. He was born in New York state June-17, 1869. Â· Surviving Mr. Bailey are his wile, one daughter, 'Mrs. Mildred Wprley, Lakota, and one son, Leslie Bailey, Mason City, and a grandchild. The bpdy was taken to the Randall funeral home. BITS ABOUT 'EM ' Â· Mrs. R./H. Sperry, 223 Second street northwest, has returned from California where she spent the.winter. Most of her time was spent with Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Wilcox, former Mason City residents, at Pasadena, Cal. Mr. Wilcox was once manual training teacher, in the Mason City schools. Mrs. Sperry will be moving to Rudd about April 1 to join Mr. Sperry .who has opened an implement store there. . . _ ' . * Â· . * ' # Mrs. W. H. Baird, 804 Adams avenue northwest, Mrs. C. H. McNider, 232 Second street southeast, and Miss Lydia Barrette, 332Vfe Pennsylvania avenue southeast, are on a trip to Natchez, Miss., arid enroute stopped at Mobile, Ala., where they visited the Bellingrath . gardens and the Mobile azalea trail. 'Â» * * Â· . Miss Jean Lovell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Lovell, 212 Second street southeast, has returned from Florida Â· where she had been vacationing. Â· Daughter Is Born. HUTCHINS--Mr: and Mrs. Ar-- vin Stokesbury, who make their home with J. C. Sheets, are parents of a 7% pound daughter, born Sunday morning. Mrs. Stokesbury is the former Evelyn Whitehurst. 'Where the Good Shoes Come From" Just as Simple as- A-B-C to find this store where Peacock -- Rhythm Step -- --Collegebred and Selby Arch Preserver Shoes are sold--and-where every teacher who comes to the convention is invited to select her Spring Footwear. No. 7 North Federal - Â· ' . " ' . Just Across From the Park Nichols Green North Central Iowa Teachers' Convention Program GENERAL SESSIONS THURSDAY EVENING--MAKCH 18 . High School Auditorium Â· 8-8:25--Violin Concert--Ilza' Niemack, concert violinist and instructor in violin, Iowa State college. Invocation--The Rev, C. E. Flynn, pastor First Methodist church, Mason City. Announcements-- Â·.President Harold J. Williams, Spencer. Address--"Culture and the Preservation of Democracy," Bishop G. Bromley Oxnam, Omaha, Nebr. (Platform guests--'Officers, north central division, Iowa .State Teachers association). .FRIDAY MORNING--MAKCH 19 Â· High School Auditorium 9-9:30--Vocal selections by elementary grades, director, Miss Mildred Jackson, Mason City. 9:30--Address, "Some Things for Educators to Think About," Dr. John Guy Fowlkes. 10:15--Practical Safety Education, W. Earl Hall, chairman American Legion safety committee. 10:35--Address, "Schools in Other Lands," William McKinley .Hpbinson, director rural education department, Western State Teachers college, Kalamazoo, Mich. (Platform guests--past, presidents of "the north central division oi Iowa State Teachers association). Address of welcome will be given by R. B. Irons, superintendent of Mason City schools. FRIDAY EVENING--MARCH 19 7:45-^Operetta, "The Vagabond King" by Rudolph Friml.'Mason City high school vocal department, directed by Ellen Smith, assisted by Mary Sherman and Marjorie Smith.' " : SATURDAY MORNING--MARCH 20 9--Concert, Northwood high school band. (National champions 1936), Lloyd T. Dillon, director. . 9:30--Address, "Crime Prevention Through Education," W. H. Drane Lester, United States bureau of investigation, department of justice, Washington, D. C. 10:10-Address, "Horace Mann's Description of a Goo"d School,". Dr. Agnes Samuelson, state superintendent of public instruction. 10:50 Â·--Business meeting. (Platform guests presidents- of County School Masters clubs). . CONFERENCES FRIDAY, MARCH 19, 2 P. M. Kindergarten Leader--Helen Noble, kindergarten teacher, Harding and Washington schools, Mason City. 12:30--Luncheon at/Hotel Hanford (65 cents). 2--Kindergarten room, Administration building, address, "A Day's. Living in the Kindergarten" by Miss Frances Barber, College.of Education, Drake university, Des Moines. Miss Barber will take a day's program and show just why we do the things we do in kindergarten. FIRST-SECOND GRADES Lincoln School Auditorium ' Leader--Grace Anderson, primary teacher, Clear Lake. "Social Studies in Primary Grades," Miss Mabel Snedaker, supervisor of social studies and extension, university elementary school. Round Table discussion. " INTERMEDIATE ENGLISH Room 105--High School Leader--A. Marguerite Johnson, intermediate grades, Northwood. Address, "Needed Re-evaluation in Oral English," Miss Hazel Prehm, elementary supervisor, East Waterloo. Talk, "Language and Living," Miss Miriam Marston, Madison school, Mason City. Talk* "Motivating Written English," Miss Evaline Koltvet, intermediate grades, Lake Mills. Talk, "The Relation of Mechanics to ^Content," Miss Mary C. Anderson, Iowa State Teachers college, Cedar Falls. Discussion. JUNIOR HIGH ENGLISH Room 319--High School Leader--Katherine F. Walsh, literature instructor, Robsevelt - junior high school, Mason City. Subject, "How Much. Technical Grammar Is Actually Needed in Grades Seven and Eight?" Dr. M. F. Carpbnter, University of Iowa. Discussion leader--Miss Pauline Watson, Charles City. Subject, "Which Should Be More Emphasized, Oral or Written English?" Dr. M. F. Carpenter. Discussion. Subject, "Is Careful Study of a Selection Destructive to Literature Appreciation?" ,Dr. M. F. Carpenter. Discussion leader--Mrs. J. H. Marston, Mason City. SENIOR HIGH ENGLISH Room 213--High School Leader--Howard Porter, English and drama, Humboldt. Address, "Literature at the High School Age," Prof. Lewis Worthington Smith, dean of the graduate division, Drake university. Round Table discussion of specific problems and practices in class room. GEOGRAPHY Room 311--High School Leader--Mrs. Nelle G. Carey, principal of Arey school, Fort Dodge: Address, "Modern .Trends, in Teaching Geography," Miss Martha Sours, Mason City teacher. Class demonstration intermediate, Miss Marjorie'Boyce, Mason City. SOCIAL SCIENCE Room 208--High School Leader--Miss Cleo Weldin, social science, Buffalo Center. Address, "The Problem oÂ£ American Neutrality," Louis Bernard Schmidt, head, department of history and .government, Iowa State college, .Ames. Discussion leader--Miss Angebory Highland, Fort Dodge high school. / GRADE MATHEMATICS Room 315--High School Leader--Leila Dodd, junior high school principal, Britt. Talk, "The Formula in Junior High Mathematics," Laura Kolthoff, Britt. Address, "An Analysis of Fractions," Dr. F. B. Knight, College of Education, University oÂ£ Iowa, Iowa City. Discussion. SPEECH Room 202--High School Leader--Raymond Jones, .speech, junior college, Estherville. Talk, "Speech, East or West?" Hollister Smith, East high school, Waterloo. Talk, "Baby. Earthquakes for Speech," Lillian Shimmick, .speech, junior college, Mason City., Talk, "What Price/Debate?" G. L. Crosen, debate, high school, Mason City. Address, "Democracy or Dictatorship in Dramatics," John Ross Winnie, University of Iowa. Discussion. MUSIC Recital Hall---Music Building Leader--Miss Geraldine Boman, music supervisor, Forest City. Music, grade school chorus, Mason City. "A Balanced Program /of Music Education," Lorraine E. Walters, director of music education, Des Moines public school. "Vocal Music and the High School," Miss Letitia Whitten, supervisor of music, Webster City. "Selling the Instrumental Department,", F. 'O. Griffen, director of Hampton bands. Round Table discussion. Ensemble from Mason City high school, directed by Carleton Stewart, music supervisor, Mason City. COMMERCIAL Leader---Alpha Boysen, commercial instructor, Eagle Grove. 12:30 p. m.--Commercial luncheon at Cavern. Send reservations to Miss Myrtle Albert, Mason City. Plates 50 cents. 2--Conference, the Cavern. "The Social Responsibility of Business Education," Miss Grace Barnard, head of stenographic department, Mason City. "Selling. Commercial Education," Miss Irma Goldberg, commercial teacher, Clear Lake. Address, "Criteria of Good Teaching of Commercial Subjects," Professor C. T. Yerian, University of Iowa, Iowa City. Discussion. Address, "The Functional Method of Teaching Shorthand," John Langston, Gregg Publishing company. ART Public Library, Assembly Room, 3 P. M. Leader--Mrs. Harriet Crabbe, art instructor, Mason City. Exhibits on display in public library and in high school halls. Free to all teachers attending conferences. Address, "Art in School," Miss Edna Patzig, head graphic and plastic arts. University high school, Iowa. City. Discussipn led by Miss Elizabeth Leland, art instructor, Mason City junior high school. MANUAL ARTS Lecture Room, Industrial Arts Building: Leader--M. A. Hintzman, head of industrial arts, Clear Lake. Address, "The Possibilities for the Industrial Art Teacher in the Organization of a Highway Safety Course 'as a Part oÂ£ the 'Local School Program," PI. W. Carmichael, supervisor trade and industrial education, department of public instruction, Des Moines. Short presentations of unusual projects for beginners (models, drawings and teaching units) industrial arts instructors of the north centra] division. Round table discussion, leader--Harold Palmer, Mason City. FOREIGN LANGUAGE Room 313--High School Leader--Florence E. Flynn, high school Latin, Mason City. Address, "Our Latin-English Language," Dr. W. H.. Schulte, Columbia college, Dubuque. Talk, "Aids in Creating Interest in French," C. E. Meek, Eagle Grov.e. French songs, Mason City French department, Miss Frances E. Forster, instructor. NATURAL AND PHYSICAL SCIENCE Room 303--High School Leader--Walter E. Crissy, science instructor, Humboldt. Paper, "Unit Assignment Sheets in Science," Harold Cone, Clear Lake. Demonstration, "Unique Experiments in Physics," H: Lynn Bloxom, Fort Dodge. Illustrated lecture, "Effect of High School Physics on College Girls," Prof. Earl McCracken, Iowa State college. Paper, "New Testing Technique in High School Physics," Walter E. Crissy. Humboldt. Open discussion. HOME ECONOMICS Room 216--Hlsrh School Leader--Mrs. Jeweli C. Ganaeiy hpmernaking instructor, Lake Mills high school. 2 p. m.--Talk, "Guiding Experiences of Adolescents So They Contribute More Richly to Social and Emotional Development," Miss Beatrice T. Olson, assistant professor home economics education, Iowa State college. 3:30--Address, "The County Meeting as a Part of the Home Economics Program," Miss Mary Farris state supervisor vocational homcmaking education. HIGH SCHOOL MATHEMATICS . . - Â· ' ' Room 108--High School Â· Leader--Supt. Paul B. Morris, Thompson. "The High School Mathematics Program," Dr. Harry K. Newburn, associate professor oÂ£ education, University of-Iowa. Discussion. PHYSICAL EDUCATION SECTION Gymnasium--High School Leader--Howard T.-Barker, high school athletic department, Mason City. Gymnasium stunts, Mason City grade school boys. Tumbling demonstration, high school boys. Physical training demonstration, high school girls. Address, "Physical Training, What Is It?" A. F. Brainard, 'director of physical education oÂ£ Minnesota State Teachers college at St. Clou"d, .Minn. TEACHERS OF RURAL SCHOOLS-AND COUNTY . SUPERINTENDENTS Leader--Florence Wells, county superintendent, Palo Altoi Emmetsburg. 12:15 p. m.--Luncheon, North room, Hotel Hanford (50 cents). Meeting continued in same room. Demonstrations, classroom activities, rural teachers of norih central district. Address, "Progress oÂ£ the 'For Iowa!' Clubs," Miss Jessie M.-Parker, supervisor standard rural schools, Des Moines, Iowa. Address, "Personality Development in the Rural School," William McKinney Robinson, director department of rural education, Western State Teachers college, Kalamazoo, Mich. Cerro Gordo rural teachers meet at 9 a. m. in county court house. Leader--County Superinten- denterit Hazel'Thomas. Address, Dr. Julius Borass, St. Olaf college, Northfield. ' SUPERINTENDENTS AND PRINCIPALS Y. M. C. A. Deader--Supt. C. J. Christiansen, Clarion, Iowa. 12:15--Luncheon, Y. M. C. A. dining room. (50 cents). Address, "Teacher and Pupil Participation in School Administration," Dr. John Guy Fowlkes, University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wis. 1:15--Round. Table discussion, .same room. Topic, "Vitalizing Curriculum Through Guidance," Professor A. H. Haustrath, vocational education, department, Iowa State college. Topic, "Preparation of the State Course oÂ£ Study in Guidance," H. K. Bennet, regional supervisor, department of public instruction, Des Moines. ADVISER--STUDENT JOURNALISM Room 131--High School Leader---Miss Elizabeth H. Graves, president Iowa Association Journalism Directors, adviser of "Cub Gazette," Mason City. Thursday, 5:30 to 5:45 p. m.--KGLO broadcast, "Are North Iowa's Schools Journalism Conscious?" Professor G. H. Holmes, Iowa State Teachers college. FRIDAY 12:15--Luncheon. (50 cents). Hotel Hanford. "Opportunities for Leadership in School Publications,"'Prof. Elmer H. Ruby, director oÂ£ journalism, Drake university, Des Moines. 1:30--Registration. Study of exhibits, room 111, high school. 2--Panel discussion, "What We Want to Know Is . . ." Professor Ruby; G. H, Holmes, assistant professor of journalism, Iowa State Teachers college; Miss Tommy D. Priest, adviser of Masonian, Mason City; Miss Dora Holman, director of publicity. Fort Dodge schools; Miss Julia Mae Myers, commercial department, Iowa State Teachers college. Answers will be given to a selected list of specific problem questions put to the conference by advisers who filled out the questionnaire sent out in January by Professor Holme. 3--"Creative Writing and the Literary Magazine," Miss Selina Terry, president Iowa Pen Women's society and professor oÂ£ English, Iowa State Teachers college. 4--"New Ideas for .Old Publications." A symposium of the latest styles in newswriting and for newspapers, magazines and yearbooks, both mimeographed and printed with suggestions from the audience solicited. Leader--Professor Ruby. 5:30-5:45 p. m.--KGLO broadcast, "Why Join State, National Press Associations- and Quill and Scroll Society?" Professor Ruby. SATURDAY 12--Informal luncheon, Hotel Hanford. 2--Clinic for school .publication. Conducted by Professor Holmes. Diagnostic comments on newspapers, magazines and yearbooks. Illustrated presentation. Pages from school newspapers, mimeographed papers, yearbooks and magazines in north central division will be reflected upon a screen and critical and suggestive comments made. Leader--Professor Holmes. 3--Continuation of panel discussion, "What We XVant to Know Is . . ." Additional panels on commercial phases-Allen Fatten, Kayenay 'Engraving company, Mason City. Enoch A. Norem, city editor, -Mason City Globe-Gazette. Bob Stoyles, the Stoyles Press. For Smart Living Serve Sclilitz in "Steinies" lOUR first sip of Sclilitz will tell you why more and more people wlio enjoy the best serve only Schlitz . . . i n modern. "Steinie" Brown Bottles, winter and summer, every drop of Schlitz is hrewed to the peak of ripe, rich, mellow perfection under Precise Enzyme Control. "Treat yourself to this delicious, old- time brew, with added health benefits of Sunshine Vitamin D ... in compact, handy "Steinie" Broivn Bottles. Also available ia the familiar Tall Brown Bottle and Cap-Sealed Can. ( You don't have to cultivate a tasle j| for Schlils. You like it on first acquaintance, and ever after. | JOS. SCHLTTZ. BREWING CO., MILWAUKEE, WIS. Copyright Igj7, Jot, SehUcz Brewing Co.--J Tfte Beer That-Made Milwaukee " Six North Iowa Boys Leave for Sari Diego Naval Training Post Six North Iowa youths, includ- ng two Mason Cityans, left Des Woines Monday night for San )iego, Cal., where they will begin lieh- first period of enlistment in le navy with a course in the train- ng station. , George W. Potter, 10Q6 ^Taylor avenue northwest, and Roy C. Lemon, 211 Sixteenth street north- vest, were the two local boys. The ither four recruits are Ralph I. Conner, Forest City; Fred B. Mo- ander, Britt; Howard K. Godrey, Osage, and Caleb C. Culberi, Charles City. The men enlisted through the Mason City recruiting office under O. O. Cleveland. Fined$100, Costs; , on Driving Charge Casper Bright, route 1, was fined 100 and costs by Police Judge Morris Laird Tuesday on.a charge of reokless driving. Bright was arrested by police at 1:35 o'clock Sunday morning at State street and Washington avenue.-The case was continued from Monday's police court. Â· - . . , ' Â· Martin F. Lakin, 326 Third street southwest, was fined $10 and costs on a charge of intoxication. He was arrested at his home Monday. . . i ' Are Parents of Son. ; - SWALEDALE--Born to Mr. and Mrs. John Reardon a son at tha home of Mrs. Margaret Mann. Many who s u f f e r ' froni i;eota! troubles w o u l d quickly seek relief if they but knew or were familiar with modern rectal office methods. 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