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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - March 27, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                EIGHT MASON CITY WEDNESDAY MAR 27 29 t SOLONS INCLINE TOWARD POETRY Spring Causes Gentleman From Story to Break Forth in Song DBS MOINES March27 INS1 was spring Maybe it was just the natural influence poetry Whatever it was the nuise look a strong grip on the Iowa aouse of representatives at its Tues day sesion First there was E O Osborne Poet of Krioxville who read teveral of his verses to the legisla tors The house applauded nim thenturned its attention to the rose jAt With which it had been wrestling all day Bht the influence of gentle poesy persisted Membersrose to their feet to debate the resolutions be fore the debate and found themselves uttering rhythmic sentences filled withlightlytripping alliterative and highsounding phrases Then to cap it alt came the booming voice of Chief Clerk A C Gustafson reading amendments to the mea Amendment by Nelson of Story A little injection of rhythm and rime Is opportune at this critical time When members are torn twlxt hope knd desire To pull Iowa out of the mud and UN mire But the serious problem confronting IM now Is not the desire but the question o how And It seems that the only apparcn solution Is to amend the Iowa constitution The gentleman from Story sal Speaker Joseph H Johnson with a graceful nod toward the House verifier But Representative Free Nelson Nevada who had fouri the temptation to rhyme toogrea for him declined to discuss hi light of fancy and it went into th record and the debate went on In cidentally the house raid heed t SPANIARDS WANT TO ERECT MONUMENT OF OLD MOORISH FORT AXMERIA Spain March 27 Spanish government has been asked to make a monument of the ancientcrumb ling Fortress of Alcazaba It was erected by the Moors in 773 on the site of the ancient Phoenician stronghold It was never captured until King Al fShso HI starved its garrison It is considered by many a perfect example of Moorish architec ture A covered passage leads from the great tower to thecenter of the city thru which the Moorish chiefs could escape with their harems in case of danger Nelsons poetic plea For it passed the constitutional amendment reso lutiou just before it knocked off work for the day Funeral Services Are Held for Miss Ellen Bergan at Lake LAKE MILLS March al services of Miss Ellen Bergan who died at the home of her sister Mrs Mary Lagesoh east of Lake Mills are being held today at Zlon Lutheran church east of here The Rev H Rosenqvist is in charge Burial will be in the church ceme tery Miss Bergen had been ill for three months with a stomach ailment which later turned to cancer and which caused her death She was 79 years of age Altho Miss Bergan was neyer married she adopted two boys Syd ney and LeRoy Hanson children of a friend of hers Sydney who is now a resident of Minneapolis arrived here yesterday LeRoy preceded his foster mother in death having died from the effects of disease con tracted while serving in the army during the war She leaves three brothers Torgn and Andrew of North Dakota and Henry Lake Mills besides her sis ter Mrs Lageson SOCIETY MAKES RESULTS PUBLIC Proceedings Give Research Findings of Iowa Engineers IOWA CITY March of field measurements anl labora tory experiment a on the spillway discharge of the Keokuk dam com piled by Floyd A Nagler Unlvjer sity of Iowa professor of hydraulic engineering have been published In the proceedings of the American society of Civil Engineers Professor Nagler with the assist ance of Albion Davis chief engineer of the Mississippi River Power com pany worked nearly eight months on the problem Discharge measure ments on the spillway are rather unusual he says Water runs thru the 119 spillway sections at the rate of 24 feet per second A model of three of the spillways oneeleventh the size of the dam was built in the state university hydraulic laboratory Experiments performed on the model duplicated the results observed ft the dam It self with remarkable fidelity Pro fessor Nagler reports Rowan Will Be Host to Wright Sunday Schools ROWAN March Wright County Sunday School convention will be held at the Methodist church here April 19 IOWA HIGH SCHQQL TEACHER AWARDED PARIS SCHOLARSHIP SHBNANDOAH March Marianne Benedict an instructor in Hamburg high school has been awarded a scholarship in the University of Paris by the Institute of Interna tional Education She will sail in August along with 23 other win ners of similar scholarships Miss Benedict a graduate of Stephens college at Columbia Mo and of Grinnell college is a daughter of Mr and Mrs W W Benedict of Shenandoah Iowa Hen Lays Egg 10 Inches Around AURORA March egg measuring 8 by 12 inches in its two circumferences was laid here by a hen belonging to Mrs Henry Pieplow Old Biddys persistent cackling brot Mrs Pieptow to tho hen house on the run Poultry fan ciers pronounce the egg the largest they ever have seen in this vicinity Fraster Accepts Algpna Pulpit ALGONA March Rev William Frasier of McPherson Kans has accepted the pulpit of the Algona Congregational church The Rev Frasier expects to be here by Easter Sunday He is said to he an outstanding preacher in his denomination Hear BrownLewefs Tell How to choose blend of tea Countless homes and great hotels serve it because PT1 ADOPTS FAMILY SLOGAN Asks Parents to Pledge Themselves to Play With Children HIBBING Minn March 27 The family that plays together stays together is the slogan adop ted by the ParentsTeachers asso ciation in its campaign to arouse a community consciousness on the importance of play in the home campaign program under the di rection of the associations state chairman B G Leightou of Hib blng In presenting its plans thestate recreation committee offers the thot that thruout the waking hours of every child no matter and every adult no matter how old there is being exerted directly or Indirectly a continuous recreation leadership and that a community recreation program is of universal interest Emphasis is being placed upon a suggestion that during homeplay week parents pledge themselves to play with their children at least one half hour a day Other suggestions are the issuing of homeplay pledge cards a home play essay contest in connection with the schools a pub licity campaign a home play insti tute for mothers and the enlisting of civic clubs churches merchants local library and the schools in the campaign to arouse interest in the play in the home former Resident of Marble Rock Dead MARBLE ROCK March Word was received here this moru ng stating that Mrs Pauline Davis Uaher died Monday at her home in Breckeuridge Minn following an illness of four days She was the daughter of Mr and Mrs Henry Davis formerly of Marble Rock but now of Doran Minn Besides her parents and a brother she leaves her husband and one son seven years of age Whittemore to Have One Less Teacher WHITTEMORB March a meeting of the Whittemore school board the same faculty was re tained for the coming year with one exception Due to a falling away in attendance in the grades at the present time the board decided to get along for a while with one less teacher three of the teachers doing the extra work Methodists at Rudd Hold Special Church Services Holy Week RUDD March week services are being conducted at the Methodist Episcopal church each evening except Saturday this week Monday evening the address was given by the Rev Luce of Rock ford The Rev Mr Crumb of Nora Springs conducted Tuesdays serv ices The Rev Galbreth of Plymouth will have charge of the services Wednesday evening Thursday is young peoples eve ning Clyde E Baker of Mount Vernon director of religion at Up per Iowa will give the address A Sunday School Workers Conference will also be conducted that evening Holy communion will be observed Friday evening the services led by the Reverend George W Turner lo cal pastor Ackley Church to Hold Meeting ACKLBY March annual meeting of the First Presbyterian church will be held on Tuesday April 2 at the church A dinner which was carried out at the meet ing last year will again be a fea ture All reports of organizations and classes will be presented at this V Childrens Clinic Is Held at Britt ERITT March Shepard Towner clinic was held at the schoolhouse Tuesday Mrs Axel Truelson as chairman reported there were 25 children taken care of during the day Dr Gerken and Miss Klack of Iowa City were con ducting the clinic BILIOUSNESS RELIEVED QUICKLY Partly VeftuUe KD quickly starts the bile flowing gently moves the the poisons pass away the sour and acid stomach iwoetens and bilious ness vanishes Sick Headache Indf geatlon Bad Breath and Complexion Improve by the gentle action of these tiny vegetable laxative pillsj Al Druggists 25c and 75rj red pkgsi CARTER SESIPHXS W R Cothern M D Rectal and Chronic Diseases Tiles cured by painless office methods without an operation Private diseases of men and women Abrains ana other electric 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