Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on December 22, 1948 · Page 27
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 27

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CROP REPOPTXa nt>/-vr. , , Globe-Gazette Photo turned hThv w-n"~??PP re P° rts such as the one being Grant town^ Fulghum from his school district in for the ZrvW ^ n0t '" b , ushels P er ^re but-in meals Roy B T?S2S TI 5 ^ 8 ' Ful * hum tu ™3 over the cash to the Christian RnJ^n rr ° G ° rd ° county treas urer for go to Mrf nL ™ Overseas program, but the reports for tabuf^S. T> M ^ na 5 ?, f the First National bank staff that all Jf ?' M ' Hal - 1 ' count y chairman, has asked _^j£gPo r ts be turned in to Johnson before Christmas. Television to Aid Education Show How Nations May Live With Each Other Washington — Radio and television are about to give educa gon a terrific shot in fee JS gfocators say this shot will be the most good—where it will help 10 teach the world's citizens how to get along with each other with iess trouble. At the U. S. office of education here is the way edu- caiors are beginning- to see the "lings to come: 1. Television will become the •lectronic blackboard of the future—even in the little red school- ftouse. The great events of the day Will be brought to the classroom A class of medical students may witness a delicate surgical operation performed miles away. A whole school may see the president address congress. Great Opportunities 2. There are great opportunities for presenting educational courses in the home. Such classes noj only would supplement classroom work but would also offer classes in adult education and specialized courses for the person who has completed his schooling but wants to keep up with developments in his profession. Educators emphasize the possibilities of smoothing human relationships, and relationships between nations, because programs may increase understanding. This is possible because they can reach many mere people than classrooms and can reach' them throughout their lives, keeping them abreast of events and issues. There are 2 ways that radio and television instruction may be popularized. One is for the com IT'S SCHIFF'S Of Course For . Misses' and Children's White Boots 3 49 Sizes to 3 — Also Red Boots •^ i 21 SOUTH FEDERAL Mason City's Moat Modern Popular Priced Shoe Store mercial stations to present educational programs. The other is for schools and colleges to operate their own stations. Already dozens of programs suitable for classroom and home work are offered by commercial radio broadcasters. And hundreds of schools use these programs. In addition the federal communications commission has just relaxed its rules for the operation of FM radio stations by schools and colleges. Office of education officials say the important fact about this relaxation of rules is that it means more schools can afford their own FM radio stations. Cost of Station One official estimates it is pos- sible for a school to obtain a sending station for as little as $2,500 for the transmitting equipment and $2,500 for a studio. Facsimile also is carried en the FM channel. Facsimile will reproduce charts, a page of reading material, maps, photographs, musical scores and many other types of educational information in the home. Twenty FM channels have been set aside by the FCC for the use of non - commercial educational stations. This means that as many as 10 educational stations can operate in every area, including large cities. Officials of the office of education say Station WHAS in Louisville, Ky., is making radio history by co-operating with the University jf Louisville In broadcasting the first college course for credit ever offered by a standard oroaocast station. ''Many other commercial stations offer some educational programs. But only 34 standard stations are operated by educational institutions and only 20 non-commercial educational FM stations. Franklin Dunham of the radio section of the office of education says about 200 schools and colleges are planning to apply for FM licenses. Iowa State college at Ames, Iowa, is the only college with a telev lslon station in operation, but at least 5 others are planning to have stations soon. Because of ex- pense, television sending stations may be beyond the reach o* many schools and colleges. But .. nham says it may be possible to set up co-operative centers where a group of educational .institutions would establish radio and television stations and produce educational movies. These programs and pictures would be available to all the educational institutions in the area. • Sells 2,000 Plates Garner —Hancock county Treasurer Roy L. McMillin reports the sale of automobile license plates has passed the 2,000 mark this past week. Penalty attaches on delinquent applicants Feb. 1. Officers Elected Jolce— The annual L. D. H. Christmas party was held in the Bethany church parlors. At the annual business session, Marvel Bjelland, was elected president; Faye Amundson, vice president; Berna Field, secretary, and Myrna Aamodt, treasurer. The girls gav« about $165 to various missions and church projects. RADIO SERVICE > C* i.0 .-. :,- . \,i9 16 1ST ST S.I TEL. IO79 Dec. 21, IMS 7 CUr GUfcc-QMrtte, MM*B CHy, ft Electric Motor Repairing By Experienced Men NEW AND USED MOTORS BOUGHT AND SOLD. ZACK BROS. ELECTRIC CO. 302 Second S. W. Phone 977 102 South Federal Phone 860 Christmas Clearance! ODDS-AND-ENDS . . . NOW DRASTICALLY REDUCED! Reg. NOW TOYS REDUCED 1.25 "Multiply Dumpty" 50 1.09 Pull Toy ' *' " [79 8.89 Wagon 6.89 .89 Store, Metal 59 1.98 Metal Truck 1.59 1.29 Milk Wagon .[,[ 97 Appliances Make Ideal Gifts TABLE RADIO — 28.95 Reg. • 5 Tube With Built-in Antenna. • Walnut Veneered Cabinet... Now RADIO PHONOGRAPH—139.95 Reg. • Period Styling in Mahog. • 6 Tube—Excellent Tone. .. .Now TABLE RADIO-PHONOGRAPH NOW • Lovely Mahogany Cabinet • Fine Tone — Reduced from 1.77 2.98 BOYS' WOOL AND RAYON TWEED SLACKS, Sizes 4-18 1.98 JR. BOYS' + -^ SPORT SHIRTS 1*79 2.29 BOYS' SPORT-SHIRTS ..,. 1.98 JR. BOYS' ZIPPER SWEATERS, Sizes 4-10 1.77 .29 BOYS' LONG SLEEVE KNIT SHIkT, ft -_ Blue, White, Yellow 9/C DOLLS REDUCED 6.98 Doll, 12" 2.50 1.95 12-Key Piano -... 1.47 .10 Xmas Light Bulb B for 25c 8.75 Bingo Set 25 p e0 pie can pi ay 4.00 2995 16" Chain Drive Velocipede 25.95 49.95 to ,42.95 PORTABLE ELECTRIC IRONER • Complete With Stand • Can Be Used on Any Table • Lowest Price in Town 59.95 WASHING MACHINES — 4 ONLY Wards Deluxe 1 A0/ Lovell Wringers 10 /Q OFF These Are Floor Sample Demonstrators 9.45 Regulation Football .. 4.00 7.89 Skates, sizes 8 & 9 only. .. 3.00 76.95 Bicycle 40.00 10.95 Over-Nite Case 8.88 6.95 Heat Pad 5.88 ELECTRIC RANGES— • Completely Automatic • Supreme Quality • Clock — Timer — Light . 7.49 MEN'S LINED MELTON JACKET, All Sizes 27,50 MEN'S SHEEPLINED COATS .. 5.39 MEN'S CORDUROY PANTS, Blue. All Sizes 6.88 ALL WOOL BLANKETS ,, 6.79 25% WOOL DOUBLE BLANKET 5.77 19.88 3.97 5.50 5.88 Now 224.00 A Few Left Which Have Slight Scratches'and Chips on the Porcelain. Were 269.95. GIVE FURNITURE FOR THE HOME REG. 119.95— 5-PC. DINETTE SALE— • Table • 4 Chairs • solid oak 6.98 CHILDREN'S ONE-PIECE SNO-SUITS. * M m Pink, Blue. Sizes 6-12-18 Mos ....... 4«4/ 9.98 GIRLS' TWO-PIECE SNO-SUITS. Sizes 3-6x 15.98 TODDLERS' COAT SETS. Sizes 1 -4 .... 14.98 GIRLS' COAT SETS. Sizes 3-6x 10.77 10.77 Sale j^j* MM 99*95 14.98 Dishes, 53 pieces 8.80 74.50 Dishes, 61 pieces 53.88 5.95 Dishes, 20 pieces 3.88 3.98 Carving Set . . . . 2.97 13.95 Carving Set 10.88 11.45 Waffle Iron 9.88 Reg. 259.95— 2-PC. LIVING ROOM SUITE^• In Beautiful Mohair • Matching Chair ........ .. Sale Reg. 394.95 — 4-PC. BEDROOM SUITE— • Hallmark Quality • Full Size Bed, Chest, • Dresser, and Night Stand . . Sale Reg. 17.95 BRASS BASE TABLE LAMP « - -*14.95 1.89 MEN'S COTTON UNION SUITS, Short or Long Sleeves 2.59 MEN'S 10% WOOL UNION SUITS, Short or Long Sleeves „. ... 2.29 LADIES' LACE TRIMMED RAYON SLIPS 1.27 1.97 1.97 .49 VAN ARDEN BRIEFS .59 VAN ARDEN PANTIES ... 47c 2.98 Breast Drill 1.27 6.98 Fluorescent Light 3.97 5.49 Mechanical Train 4.88 .79 Drummer Boy 57 1.09 Ice Truck 99 Reg. 3.98 FOLDING CARD TABLE— <* ^ A • A Real Value Sale >«29 Reg. 59.95 KNEEHOLE DESKS— • Walnut or Mahog. Veneer ____ Sale Reg. 76.50 9x12 WOOL RUGS Reg. 59.50 9x12 WOOL RUGS Reg. 49.50 9x12 WOOL 44 --. Sole 66.50 ~ m -^ Sale 47.88 » <*A AA J9.88 Men's ROBES Afl Wool Flannel Small, Med. & Large 9.98 6.88 OPEN WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY NITES UNTIL 9

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