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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - May 15, 1929, Mason City, Iowa MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE MINT MAY ASSUME IMPORTANT PLACE AS CROP IN IOWA m IOWA CITS May 15 growing may become a side line to corn raising in Iowa before long That is if the growing of mint becomes as extensive and profitable as Joseph Gingrich Kalona rarmer says it should Mr Gingrich has a mint farm a mile east of Kalona that yields 40 pounds of liquid mint to the acre and has brot a pound on the Chicago market Whats more Mr Gingrich says mint is easier to raise than corn especially on wet ground He is planning to harvest his crop this summer and increase his acreage Last year he had approximately six acres of the crop Mr Gingrich explains why mint is easier to raise than corn In the fall of the year the crop is plowed under In the spring the ground is harrowed and disced Thats all there is to do for a crop once plant ed lasts about five years The new sprouts come up from the old roots The crop is usually harvested in July It is then distilled and the li quid sent to market Both spearmint and peppermint are raised by Mr Gingrich TWENTYFOUR would not dream of marrying you you are ugiy mean revolting you were the only man onearth I would hate and despise you that mean you will not accept my Passing Show POLICE QUELL STUDENT RIOT AT DES MOINES U 4 Drop It In the Mailbox Every deposit made in the First National by mail receives our immediate individual attention Have an account here and Bank by Mail NATIONAL BANK of MASON CITY Bank for Savings Associated Press Photo u Arnled with cSgs and stones 150 students at Moines university stormed the administration building where trustees wero meeting toprotest ousting of President Harry Wayman Picture showsstu dents beforo police broke up the riot Tho trustees closed the School and discharged the entire faculty MINNESOTA WILL FINALS IN MO SIC TOURNEY Nearly 2000 Pupils Ex pected to Competein Annual Contest MINNEAPOLIS Minn May 15 2000 school pupils Minnesota will compete Thursday and Friday at the University oi Minnesota in finals of thq annual state high school music contests representing every section of the state Entered as individuals or in en sembles orchestras bands quartets and glee clubs the pupils will have two full days of competitvi to be climaxed by the designation of win ners with awards of trophies for first place and ribbons for second I and third places Classifications are based on size and types of schools as well as the class of effort For three weeks preliminary elim ination contests have been held at various points in the state leading up to the final meeting at the uni versity which is sponsored by the extension service and the Minne sota Public School Music League which has the aim oE advancing music appreciation and endeavor Judging wliich will go on at three different points on the campus si multaneously wjjl be 1 many factors the principal ones be ing tone intonation tonal quality balance and control technique phrasing general accuracy interp relation rythmn and tempo expres sion appearance and memory Win ners in classes will be eligible to at tend national contests Greene Is Host to Womans Club Mee GREENE May district federation of Womans clubs held its meeting here Tuesday The morning session was taken up with registra tion and stunts by the several clubs The afternoon program consisted of a one act play by the local clubs music and talks by district officers Jongressman to Speak at Cherokee CHEROKEE May 15 gressman Ed H Campbell is slated or the post of principal speaker at the American Legion district con tention to be held at Hartley Iowa ivie 6 Randall Jacobs district ommander announced today In ettcr which Jacobs received the ongressman stated he would attend convention unless detained ir Vashington by congressional busi Mcllonvllle Schol to Close MELTONyiULE May iill close Tuesday May 21 with a licnic There is one eighth grade jraduate Joyce Johnson this year Hiss Glennie Albrook oi Delhi has 3cen the teacher for the year ATHLETICS WILL BE FEATURE OF IT MEET Young Peoples Institute of Liberal Religion to Open on June 24 HUMBOLDT May lo ball swimming tennis and hiking will play important roles in the sixth annual session of the Young Peoples Institute of Liberal Relig ion here for four days beginning June 24 Young people members of the Universalist and Unitarian churches n Iowa and adjoining states will at tend A program of lectures discus sions and recreation has been an nounced by the Rev Charles B j Synder of Sioux City originator of he western division of tjie organiza ion A greater portion of each after loou will be devoted to sport New on E Lincoln of St Paul Minn has been in charge of sports incctlie founding of the osjaniza ion five years ago will a t as di ector Lombard Irexy lo Speak Members of the institute will at end a Chautauqua performance of Lightning the first evening This vill follow a lecture by the Rev Curtis W Reese president of Lom bard college Galesburg 111 The second day will be Des LUTHER SENIORS TO HEAR NESTOS 70 WillReceive Diplomas at Decorah School June 4 DECORAH May 15 Former Governor R A Nestos of North Dakota now practicing law at Mi p will deliver the com mencement address at Luther col lege June 4 Commencement exercises will open June 2 with the Rev A Sundby of Rio Wis in the rule of baccalaureate sermon speaker He is an alumnus of the college clasa of 1908 nl the eveningof the same day a sacred concert will he given by Luther collegeconcert band Upper Iowa University will play baseball with Luther here June 3 The presidents reception will take place that evening The annual meeting of the alumni will asssmble in Loyalty hall for the annual alum ni banquet The graduating class this year Is composed of 70 seniors or about the usual number This class contains several prominent athletes Includ ing Richard Lybeck of Glenwood considered one of the greatest foot ball linemen in the history of the college and the rnpst valuable man on the Luther team in the pall three years Art Olson halfbackSanfbrd Shafland halfback Harris Enge bretson tackle George tackle and Tax Olson guard Ern est Olson Luther colleges best shortstop and Melvin Tatley prob ably Hie greatest runner in Luther history Shafland also was captain of the 3929 basketball team and an out standing performer Moines Omaha and Lincoln Nebr days Young people from those points will be in charge Dr Robert C Dexter of Boston secretary of the department of social relations American Unitarian association and the Rev Charles Parker ConnoU Rockford III are the scheduled speakers in the afternoon and Wait still H Sharp of Boston secretary of the department of religious caton American Unitarian society will speak in the evening To Explain Luivmakinfi F C Gilchrest of Laurens will tell how ths Iowa laws are made and there will be motion pictures of i the League of Nations activities ths third day Sioux City members will be in charge A banquet willclose the institute There will be lectures each morning 1y Dexter and ths Rev Mr Connolly Officers of the institute are Miss Alma Selk Lincoln Nebr presi dent Miss Betty Mead Iowa City vice president Hiss Aline Ketelson Davenport secretary and Miss Jean Robbins Sioux City treasurer American Methods of Manufacturing Taught to Foreign Students AMES May science of ice cream and cheese making is not only an alluring subjectto Ameri can boys but also attracts foreign students according to Prof Martin Mortensen headof the dairy in dustry department at Iowa State college During the past nine years 17 foreign students from seven na tions have graduated from that de partment South Africa with eight gradu ates heads the list accordingto Mr Mortensens report Chinat South America and Denmark are represented by two graduates and Ireland Jugoslovakia and India each havebeen represented by man At present there are six forei students in the department four of whom are from Canada one from Armenia and one from India All are graduate students Most of thl graduates have returned to thelij native lands where they have in troduced American methods 5nto native industry Name New Trustees for Religious IOWACITY May 15 trustees of the University of Iowa school of Religion are Arthur Foe of Cedar Rapids and Martin J Wade and Prof G W Stewart of Iowa City Among reelected directors is E P Adler of Davenport STERLING STANDS FOR QUALITY Two Special Numbers for the Home Just Fifteen CHENOVAL RUGS Size 19x36 This is a beautiful wool rug with a bright woven pat tern It is fringed all around and is reversible It is made to withstand years of wear and to add that decorative touch to a room in which it is placed It is an outstand ing value 50 CRETONNE PILLOW COVERS All shapes and bright and cheery materi als Just the thing for the porch rtff or yard IbuDo the Best I I I I i I I JlS WithEac sor FREE ens Suit Purchased r Harry Zebker has returned from the Eastern market where he made a special 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