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J") 5 , M 'I i M! is! fci r Â· ' ! ! , ' 's1 TWELVE tKfS^^ MASON -CITY-GLOBE-GAZETTE,:MARGH 18 Â· 1937 DYKSTRA GETS YEAR CONTRACT Signing Ends 2 Month Hunt for President of U ' Â· of Wisconsin. MADISON, Wis7, .'VP)^-Hegerits of the University oÂ£ Wisconsin awarded Clarence; -A; ; Dykstra a one year contract;as president of the University Thursday. Selection of Dylistra, Â· 54 -year old city manager . of . Cincinnati, Ohio, ended a two month searih for an administrator of the university which has ah enrollment of more than 10,000, the largest in history. Dykstra succeeds Dr. Glenn Frank, widely known publicist arid speaker, who recently was dismissed on charges oÂ£ a'dminis- Irative inefficiency after holding the position 11 years. JBall Well Attended. B U F F A L O C E N T E R--The eighth annual firemen's ball was held in the Castigan garage Tuesday evening and was well attended. ROTHMOOR* COATS ~ Lithe young lines that fairly breathe of spring. 35 Other' Kothmoor Coais $29.75 to SG9.75--Roth- . moor Suits $29,75 to S65 *Trade Mark Registered . U. S.Pat. Office DA men's GIVES ADDRESS ON ST. PATRICK'S Consignor O'Connor" Talks at Weekly Assembly at Hamilton's. The Rt. Rev. Monsignor P. S. O'Connor spoke on St. Patrick's day at the weekly assembly of the Hamilton school of commerce Wednesday. "Who was St. Patrick?" asked he speaker. "During the middle of the fifth century, a Frenchman named Patrick was taken to the north of Ireland and sold as a slave. He lived in Ireland eight years, then went back to Rome, completed his studies and was made a bishop. He longed to go Dack to Ireland to the people he lad learned to love and he knew they were religious. He went back and started to instruct them. They nad an eight-day feast each year. He preached the teaching. of Christianity from the beginning, to the assembled pagans. One day as he was preaching, he bent down and picked a shamrock and said, 'that is the symbol ot Christianity, representing the triune God." So it became and since lias been the symbol of Ireland. It "Was 1,400 Years Ago. "It was 1,400 years ago that this man converted the eight million people living in Ireland at that time. Before he died, the entire people was converted. That is the saint we are honoring today. It was proved after his death that'of those who- went to his grave thousands obtained blessings from God .which they couldn't get anywhere else. A saint is a man or woman who shows extraordinary PAINT AND WALLPAPER SPECIALS PAINT ,, WAHPAPER r O'BRIEN PAINTS] IWholesale-Retaill STOPPED-UP STR duetocotcU. Use MenJholalum Jo help open Ihe nostrils and permit freer breathing. Gives COMFORT Daily Harry K. Thaw on Way to Court Accused of blackening a head waiter's eye in a restaurant setto. Harry K. Thaw is pictured on his way to court In Washington where he answered charges In a $10,000 damage suit filed by the. waiter. Thaw, figure in the sensational Stanford White murder in New York years ajjo, is seen with Miss Diana Nash of Ne\V York, a witness who was with him the night of the altercation with the waiter. ' sanctity during his. life, for the lasting good of his neighbors . as proved after death." Monsignor O'Connor continued by saying that Ireland is not so large as Iowa. It is 300 miles long and 150 miles wide. It is always green, summer and winter. That is why green is the national color. In speaking of the educational system in I r e l a n d , Monsignor O'Connor stated "Ireland is very much different from the time I lived there as a boy. The schools are public schools as they are here --it makes no difference what church one attends, all attend the public schools. But at 3:30 each day, the students go to a class in the religion which they profess and are instructed in the faith, of Jesus Christ. To teach school .there is competitive. Examinations are given and regardless .of your creed, your position will be awarded according to your merit. Conditions Different. "The conditions there today are very different, particularly living conditions. When I was a boy, all farmers were renters, some land- lords were 'fair, but most of them were hot. They would go to Monte Carlo, spend their money and come home and abuse the tenants. .Today 'farmers own their own farms, the same as here. Above all things, they want to live on their own farms. They are building beautiful cottages 'today all over Ireland. Farmers' and laborers constitute the power of the nation as they do everywhere." In'conclusion Monsignor O'Connor told, of interesting personal experiences. He has crossed the ocean 16 times and has been a resident of the United States 48 years. Louise Brenton, Algona,' was presented pen written calling cards for having received first recognition for the best signature. Marie Geary, Rockwell, received second and her presentation was also calling cards. These awards are presented by the school and judged by the F. W. Tamblyn company, Kansas City. ECHOES HEARD OF FREE PROBE Investigator Risden Files $1,170 Salary Claim With Legislature. Iowa Daily Press Bureau. DKS MOINES, --Echoes of the Fred H. Free probe at Sioux City sounded in the Iowa legislature Thursday with'the filing at a salary claim for 51,170 by Investigator J. E. Risden. Risden asks the amount for "time and labor" in working as ajv investigator at $10 a day between Feb. 25 and June 3, 1936. The claim is for amounts purportedly due over and above the $260 Risden received in salary at the time. The $1,170 bill was approved by former Atty. Gen. E. L. O'Connor before he left office, but the state comptroller's office refused payment. The legislative claims committee will consider the item before it goes before both houses for'final approval. Already approved by the committee is Risden's hotel bill at $174.75. The Hotel Martin in Sioux City filed the claim. Final approval of both houses and the governor's signature are necessary before payment can be made. Risden, Â· a former chief ot the Â· Iowa bureau of investigation, was employed by Free in a sioux City probe which was secretly begun immediately after O'Connor was found not guilty in a second tria" on graft conspiracy charges a 1 Sioux City. Free, who was O'Connor's attorney in the trials, was hired as a special assistant attorney general. The arrangement was disclosed several weeks later when payments totaling $1,700 authorized by the attorney general's of- : were found to have been charged to a "Fred Herman." Tree'f middle name is Herman. The Free investigation collapsed ast spring when O'Connor discharged his special assistant. Free filed a total bill exceeding $2,500, but the comptroller's office shut off payment after the attorney general's office contingency fund lad been exhausted. 532,000 for Road Improvement. CLARION--At the Wright cqun- ;y board of approval meeting, qon- sisting of. the board of supervisors and one trustee from each township, which was held Wednesday, it was decided to grade and gravel :\vo miles in each township making a total of about 32 miles in the county. Approximately $32,000 will be expended. On Way to Lisbon. HANLONTOWN--T h e o d o r e Benson arrived Monday from Colorado Springs, Colo., for a few days visit before leaving for his home in Lisbon, N. Dak. Beauty Culture Graduate. ? ROCKWELLrt-Mrs. Lou Treston of Rockwell, has been' graduated from ihe school of beauty culture in Mason City, receiving the high- Â· est grade (In the class. She will take her state examination at Des Moines and then open beauty parlors on the second floor of the First National bank building at Rockwell. Hurt "When Tripped. STACYVILLE--Mrs. Rose Smith .tripped over a rug and broke both bones in her left wrist Monday evening. A physician was called and set the bones. She .is resting more comfortably. PRIMROSES See our beautiful plants before you buy your flowers for Easter. MRS. GEOKGE BUEHLER 318 S. Virginia Phone 1652 F R E E ! --AT- H E L P . i N-G WE H Q M EM A: K"'E R- By MRS. MAKY MORTON Menu Hint Broiled Fresh Fish French Fried Potatoes Canned Peas Cabbage Salad With Tomatoes. Snowballs Tea Shred or chop cabbage for salad, then add drained canned tomatoes, moisten with mayonnaise or any favorite dressing and serve. SNOWBALLS--One pound vanilla wafers, No. 2 can shredded pineapple, one-fourth cup butter, one pound English walnuts (or less), one cup sugar, one can moist coconut, one pint cream, whipped. Cream sugar and butter together. Add pineapple, thoroughly drained and nuts, chopped fine. Spread mixture between layers of four vanilla wafers, one at a time. Spread whipped cream all over them and sprinkle with coconut. Place on large platter, not touching, and put in refrigerator for three or four hours or longer if desired, as they become mellow by standing. Makes 18 snowballs. HALL'S CREDIT CLOTHIERS Â· . ; ? Â· ; ' Â· 119 No. Federal ENGINES TO FIT YOUR JO! O^ n improved 85 n. p. Vc8 engine for extra power OA new 60 hÂ« : p. Y-8 engine Â·for extra economy Â·' NEW 1937 TRUCKS': New nil ford V-8 Slate Truck ', T7ORD brings you trucks with a JL choice of. two great V-8 engines-each designed by Ford engineers specifically for the work you want it to do. The V-8 which established entirely new standards of performance with economy in the low-price truck field has been increased to 85 H.P: and gives even greater gasoline economy than last year's thrifty engine; And there is a new 60 H.P. 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Haw cabbage is a good cource of vitamin C--and if lemon juice is used, in place of vinegar to sour the irradiated evaporated milk, the sour cream dressing has not only'unusual piquancy but an extra amount of the anti-scorbutic vitamin. Â· ANNOUNCING ,... the opening of the IOWA CARBONIC GAS and DRY ICE SERVICE CO. 14 First St. S. E. PHONE 967 We are now ready to give immediate service to business firms on these two products. Easy Payments CO ATS - Swagger and Man Tailored SUITS Now, ladies, you can get a ncw Easter Coat, Swagger or Man- Tailored Coat at a remarkable saving! Don't pass up these unusually fine values. Credit Cheerfully Extended ONLY $1 DOWN DELIVERS EVERYTHING O U T S T A N D I N G FEATURES OF TOKO V-8 T R U C K S AMD C O M M E R C I A 1 C A R S Â· Two V-8 engines--85 H.P. giving increased power and gasoline economy . .', 60 H.P. giving maximum gasoline economy. 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Melt chocolate over hot water, blend in sugar and boiling water. Separate eggs, beat whites until stiff with salt and beat jolks until lemon colored. Add chocolate mixture to yolks, blending it in well. Fold in egg whites. Four over lady fingers, nut meats and marshmallows. Let stand over night in refrigerator. W h e n serving garnish ' with whipped cream and \vhole nut meats. '--0 To Work In Plane Factory. DOWS^-James Winslow, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Winslow of Dows, finished his course in aeronautical engineering In Chicago and proceeded' to Los Angeles, Cal.,:(o work in an airplane facial. Tune in on KGLO for Hall's Mystery Melody, . ''Quality" Union Made SUITS and TOPCOATS Hand picked ' styles. No matter what styles, color, pattern you desire, we have it on our extra Easy Credit Terms C. 1 TlfYlV NT DELIVERS 9 J. AJWTTCT EVERYTHING DRESSES! Here are values In every sense of the word. Gay new prints and materials. A grood chance (o save! 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