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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - April 1, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                EIGHTEEN MSSON CITY J1929 I MIDWEST EDUCATORS ARE TO MEET MEETING SET FOR APRIL 18 Problems of Consolidated Schools Are to Be Discussed CEDAR FALLS April lt The twelfth annual conference on problems of the consolidated schools teacher training high schools and the elementary schools will be held at the Iowa State Teachers college here April 18 and 19 Educators of Iowa and nearby states will take partin the discus sions Among them will be Dr O R Latham president of State Teach ers college Miss Agnes Samuelsonj state superintendent of public in struction Prof LT Hopkins head of the department of education at the University of Colorado R L Morton head of the department of nJa at the state university at Athens Ohio and Prof M S Pittman professor of rural educa tionat the state normal school at Ypsllanti Mich A music festival will be staged on Friday eveodig by pupils of the rur al and consolidatedschools of this vicinity Several hundred are ex pected to take part A number of public school in structors will take part In the sec tional discussions Among them are Miss Esther Helblg and Miss Alice JTGreenhow of Dubuque Miss Elsie Defective Chimney Causes Fire That Destroys Farm House EMMBTSBURG April William H Moore farm residence northeast of Emmetsburg burned to the ground Saturday when fire from a defective chimney started in ths roof The house was valued at ap proximately and was insured for Much of the furniture was removed before the building was demolished but furniture valued at was destroyed Wallace of Davenport and Ethel Standing Ottumwa Maude MeBroom Iowa City Nettie McKinnon Waterloo Ruby M Byers Cedar Rapids Miss Miss Miss Miss Jolce Will Present Home Talent Comedy JOICS April April 12 has been chosen as the date for the presentation of the three act com edy to be given at the Joice opera house by local talent Those of the cast are Velma Ferris Le Nora Os land La Vinia Brunavold Guendola Landsness Evelyn Dahby Wadea Abraham Norris Field Lloyd Huso Byron Osland and Mike Shots Mrs Victor Randall is coach Nashua Seniors to Present Class Play NASHUA April senior class of the Nashua high schol will give its class play A Lucky Break sometime in April The following students are in the cast Elsa Regal Margaret Trout ner Ruth Miiligan Elmer Green Clarion Rhode Winifred Moine Lu cile Becker Paul Clements Clarence Brookins Havland Staley Lucile Bullen Galen Thomason Edith Goodell Dorothy Nafus Mary Kout Donald Edson Donald Frisby Floyd Mteerdink HERE AND THERE Miscellaneous Briefs From 100 GlobeGazette Correspondents in North Iowa and Minnesota Court of Honorto Meet at Rockford ROCKFORD April district court of honor of the north Iowa council of Boy Scouts will be held at the high school auditorium Tues day evening L Osam field scout executive will give a talk on the camp Speakers from Nora Springs and Greene will appear on the program Boy Run Down by Auto May Recover NASHUA April 5 year old son of Mr and Mrs Wil liam Martin who was run down by an auto Thursday night and who re ceived a serious scalp wound is resting easier Physicians state that he is suffering from a severe con cussion of ttie brain but if there are no complications his chances for re covery are fair STERLING STANDS FOR QUALITY tftgl STERLING NO 2 812 S PENN PHONE 807 Tuesday Wednesday Thursday ARE YOU ON THE WRONG SIDE A little boys grandmother from Chicago came to visit him The little boy would not make up with her The little boy said his grandmother lived in Mason City The grandmother ex plajned to him that his grandmother Jn Mason Oliy was on his mothers side and she was his grandmother on his fathers side The little boy replied You are oa the wrong side If you are not trading at the Sterling Groceries you are on the wrong side 10 Lbs 55c With Order Lbs Large Nice Good Cookers 15c Bushel45c GOOD BROOMS 49c Occident 49 Ibs Flour Gold Medal 49 Ibs Bine Ribbon Can55c Malt Qan Puritan 55c Can ay Toilet 3 for22c Soap P and G Soap 10 for35c 3 Small Packages 25c Oxydol Large Package 22c Libbys Peaches Sliced or Halves SPENDS VACATION Agnes Galbreth who teaches at Galena 111 is here Bnendlncr her Easter vhcatlon with her parents the Rev and Mrs William Galbreth SPENDS VACATION Folkers la here from Iowa City to spend the Easter vacation at his home RETURN TO DUTIES Michaelson who teaches school at Lake Mills Ruth Michaelson who teaches at Cherokee her brother Obed jNIichaelsbn who is attending St Olaf college Northfield Minn spent Easter vacation at the home of their parents Mr and Mrs O Michaelson All returned to their various duties today SON IS BORN son was born to the Rev and Mrs W A Slefkes Friday RETURNS HOME MARBLE C A Wilson nho has been a patient at Mem orial hospital Waterloo returned home Sunday FORMER TEACHERS RETURN former teachers spent their spring vacation visiting with Rocktord friends Mrs Eya Love of Charles City visited in the G H Galvin home Letha West of Bstherville was a guest Miss Bertha Davidson and Airs E C Lbrenz TEACHERS GO HOME Guendola Landsness high school teacher Jiere spent her Easter vacation at ths home of her parents atMarathon Miss LaVinla Brunsvold vVimary teacher visited at her home in Lake Slills TAKEN TO HOSPITAL MARBLE L N Wil son who has been ill for some time has been taken to Allen Memorial hospital at Waterloo PARENTS OP SON and Mrs F K Howcll are the parents of a son This Is their first child SPEND VACATION Paulson and Arnold Joide students at St Olaf college Northfield Minn spent their Easter vacation here SPEND WEEKEND Finch who Is at tending Coe college Cedar Rapids spent the weekend at the home of his parents Mr and Mrs A1 V Pinch SECURE SUPERINTENDENT E Mitchell of Janesville has been secured at super ntendent of the schools for the com ng year HAS OPERATION Howell operated on for mastoid at a Mason City hospital is resting quite comfortably Her son Clarence of Wisconsin is at Mason City to be with her during her stay at the hospital SERIOUSLY ILL 3JBNS5rTMrs Alice Reai re cSfved Belinda Smith Charles City was very 111 with ecarlet fever She was at one time a resident of Kerisett CONDITION IMPROVED Swinton farmer who suffered a Btroko two weeks ago and whose condition has been serious is slightly improved re JOICE VISITOR Esther Kleppe who Js attending Waldorf college is a visitor at the home of the Rev L E Kleppe HAS VACATION Laura Krause who Is employed In Waterloo is spend ing Easter vacation with her parents HOME FOR HOLIDAYS Iris Sherwood n itudent at Drake university is home for the Easter holidays CUT IS INFECTED Prior who fell off a porch and cut his forehead badly Is suffering from serious infection LEAVES FOR HOME A E Bollum left for her home in Crown Point Ind Friday She has been visitingher sis ter Mrs J W Mangan for the past week SPENDS VACATION HANLONTOWN Miss Gladys Dahle home economics teacher spent her Easter vacation with friends in the twin cities VISITING PARENTS and Mrs Arnold Burke and son Robert Irene SDak are spending a week at the home of Mrs Burkes parents Mr and Mrs T C Johnson i STOPS AT COULTEft COULTER Victor Anderson and family spent several days here enroute to Rockwell where Mr Anderson has a position in the creamery at Rock well VISIT HOMES HANLONTOWN Misses Hazel ICnutson and Palma Grove are spend ing their Easter vacation at their homes here Miss Knutson is a student of St Olaf college and Bliss Grove Is primary teacher at Roland VISITS PARENTS Miss Hilma Burgess Reading Minn ia here visiting her parents Miss Burgess is a teacher In the public schools at Heading LEAVES FOR GRINNECL William Steele lett for Qrlnnell college Sunday SCHOOLS CLOSE ALGONA The public schools closed Friday for a weeks vacation Most of the teachers left for their homes VISITS RELATIVES Alice Tabbert Alexan dria Minn is visiting relatives here GUEST AT LELAND ICELAND Mrs Dee Mitchell Fort Dodge was a guest at the home of air and Mrs Conrad O Carlson on Friday and Saturday VISITS DAUGHTER HANLONTOWN Mrs Charles Mc Nelly left Saturday for Chicago to spend Easter with her daughter Char lotte who is1 attending school there TO HOLD BENEFIT ROCKFORD The American Legion auxiliary will hold a benefit card party at the Legion hall this evening There will be tables for 600 and suction bridge ENTERTAINS CLUB MARBLE Mrs Ralph Wil son entertained thebrldge club Friday afternoon at her home on Main street First prize was won by Mrs Slarc Standt and second by Mrs R B Reis TO LEAVE NASHUA Selmer Moan Klsner Minn who was called to Leland by the sickness and death of his Hlother returned to Nashua Friday Mr Moan has been operating a roller skating rink here the past month but will leave for Klsner Saturday VISIT AT STILSON Mr and Mrs W T Bor ton came from York Nebr Friday to visit Mrs Bortons parents Mr and Mrs W B Richardson WILL RETURN TO SCHOOL CLARKSVILL13 Arnold Jones Burroughs Leslie Asher and Large Can in ffenvv Svrun 19r Heavy Syrup 19c Scrub Brushes Good Ones 15c Nopsticks Good Ones Each lOc Dark 2 for Bread 15c Regular Price Any Time 2 for15c Complete Line Clapps Baby Food Folgers Pound 55c Butternut 61 Favorite Pound49c Heinz Rico Flakes Z ton 25o RICE KRISPIES KeUoggs Rico Kiispfes Z for 25c Medium Size 2 dozen 35c Oranges Small Juicy Dozen lOc Winesaps Fancy 3 Ibs25c Apples Ben Davis Fancy 4 Ibs25c Maraschino Cherries Ib 25c Candy Assorted Hard Candy PoundlOc BIB get more eggs than any store in there must be a reason When you get merchants prices on eggs also get their prices on groceries Price on eggs doesnt mean anything If they charge you high prices for groceries Bring us your Use either front or renr entrance Miss Lydia Scharpff S U I students who arrived homo Thursday for Was ter vacation will return to Iowa City this afternoon GOES TO HOSPITAL Mrs Max Houts has been taken to the hospital ut Water loo VISITMOTHER Bill Butts who Is at tending collegeat Iowa City and bis sister Olive Rush City Minn schools eamo Fri day to spend tire Easterholidays with their mother TO DRIVE WEST Mrs Cora Bentley has purchased a new car which she expects to use in driving to California where she will make her home with her father formerly a resident of Nashua Mrs Bentley will leave as soon as her son William Is thru school here ENTERTAIN FRESHMEN TtOYD Thesenlors entertained the freshmen at the school house Friday evening MOVE TO CEDAK RAPIDS Mr and JIrs W S Welty who have been living south west ot town have moved to their new home near Cedar Rapids SERIOUSLY ILL Mrs R H Stewnrt Is quite III at the home of her daughter Mrs Roy Merfeld TOWNSHIP 2 WINS BRITT At the Erin township spell Ing contest at the Center school house Thursday evening John Nix Erin No 2 was the winner and represented His township at Garner Saturday Mra O Whitney Miss Vincent and Miss Metcalf aoted as judges County Super intendent I H Baggs was also pros VISITS StSTKR FLOYD Mrs Veri Hahn of El kader accompanied by her daughter Betty came Saturday for a few days visit with her sister Mrs Guy Knowl ton WANTED YOUNG MEN For Sales School Four young men of character to attend sales school Earn while you learn Men who are now employed and are looking for change to better their earning capac ity This is a high grade sales proposition selling Chevrolet cars Sales school in charge of a factory Sales Instructor CALL IN PERSON See R M Stines Mgr R Chevrolet Co 18 So Washington LEASES BUILDING CLARION Fred Hackley has leased a portion the Blngham building at Rowan and has again started in the grocery business VISITS HOME Vivian Helntta of the school faculty visited over Sunday a1 her home in Cedar Falls ARRIVES HOME Helen Lulck arrived home Saturday morning from Cos col lege Cedar Rapids to spend her weeks spring vacation with her par ents Mr and Mrs E W Lulck of Bolmond BIRTHS OCCUR HAMPTON Two births occurred at the Lutheran hospital the past week Mr and Mrs Paul C Davis of Bur lington former residents of Hampton are the parents of a son born Wed nesday and Mr and Mrs Will H Lubkeroan of Chapin are the parents of a son born Sunday ATTENDS SHOW FOREST Miss Viotette N el son left Sunday evening for Chicago where she will attend the midwest Beauty Trade show and exhibition at the Sherman hotel She return to Forest City the last of the week RETURNS WITH PARENTS Mr and Mrs John Bode went to Cedar Rapids Thursday after their son Ted who attends Coe col lege there He returned with them to spend a weeks vacation v SPENDS WEEKEND FLOYD Miss Amy Boekemelr of Colwell spent the weekend at the home of her parents RETURNS HOME Miss Margaret Taylor who teaches in the public schools Ht Kldora returned home Saturday and is spending her Easter vacation with her parents Dr ana Mrs E S Tay lor at the Kirkland hotel PARENTS OF BOY WODEN Mr and Mrs T B Jolly are the parents of a boy born Sunday ILL AT HOME BRI8TOW K C Ferris station agent for the C G W is confined to his1 home by illness Mr Frohm Is in charge of the station at present CRITICALLY ILL NASHUA John Suultz who lives on farm north of Nashua is very ill with cancer of the stomach ATTEND WEDDING FLOYD Mrs A J Crook anij granddaughter Margaret Foliansbee left Friday for St Paul tovisit rela tives and attend the wedding of Miss ITollansbees sister Miss Bernice Fol lansbee VISIT IN WODEN Mrs Harold Garrt and son of Whittemoro visited at the C LI Cunningnam and Mrs N D Ray mes the past week RENT HOUSE FLOYD Mr and Mrs Daughen baugh of Charles City have rented the Al Stone home on South Main street VISIT PARENTS RtTDD Dr and Mrs R F Schwet zer and daughter of Iowa City nave been visiting at the home of Dr Schweizers parents Mr and Mrs P J Schweizer three miles northeast of Rufld ENTERS HOSPITAL CALMAR William Halverson has gone to Iowa City for treatment at the hospital there SPENDS EASTER FLOYD Austin Perrin who attends an electrical school in Milwaukee is spending his Easter vacation at home UNDERGOES OPERATION WODEN Mrs W W Dirksen who underwent a major operation at the Mercy hospital in Mason Cityis get TO ENTERTAIN SOCIETY The Ladies Aid society of the Lutheran church will be enter tained at the church parlors on Wed nesday afternoon the Misses Diana Tenold Mathilda Haukcdahl and Mrs E B Olson being the hostesses TEACH AT LTJANA WODEN Misses E Stella and Ger trude Ludeltlng who teacli at Luann spent the weekend at their home here Eagle Grove Holds Funeral Services for Walter G Mutz EAGLE GROVE April neral services for Walter G Mutz 60 were held at his residence con ducted by the Rev Floyd D Reeves of the Congregationalchurch Bur ial was in Oakland cemetery at Fort Dodge which was his home for sev eral years A short service was con ducted at the grave in Fort Dodge conducted by Dr W O Harless of the First Presbyterian church He was born in Covington Ohio coming to Fort Dodge at the age of 29 where he was employed by the American Express company He came to Eagle Grove in 1909 After leaving the Express com pany he was engaged in the gro eery business here for a number of years Besides his widow he leaves one son Carl and a daughter Mary now Mrs Willis Meyers of Water loo and one brother W EMutz in Fort Dodge SPARK PLUG 30 HAULED MARBLE ROCK MAIL IS DEAD MARBLE ROCK April Spark Plug is dead at the age of 30 years Spark Plug is the old white horse that for more than 10 years has hauled the mail from the Rock Island depot to the Marble Rock postoffice Sparky will be remembered by hundreds of passengers who have stroked his nose and patted his side as he stood there thru storm and cold patiently waiting for hia load He could have made the trip alone as he knew the difference between the trains When 63 pulled in he swung around to the north side of the station and when 64 came down he pulled up to the south side STE IRUNi OR G STANDS FOR QUALITY CURTAINSDRAPERIES Mast Follow The Style Trend Now Is the logical time to think of dressingup the home for Spring and to you who are inneed of bright 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