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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 6, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                FOUft MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE SEPTEMBER 6 1929 WILLALWAYS BE s Happy Days Jl JL Of When You Buy Your School AND SAVE A LOT OF MONEY Choice of Boys and Girls All Leather School SHOESOXFORDS The Largest Assortment of Shoes in Mason City Shoes Oxfords Straps Ties of all hinds In Patent Kid Tans Brown Fancy Trimmed in low and high shoes All guaranteed to be all leather and will give real honest wear Choice Shoes A big table full of Childrens Shoes Oxfords Play Ox fords of all kinds Choice of this big lot at 98c Choice of Boys All Leather Shoes Just the thing for school Boys and Girls AH Leather Slippers of all kinds Values to Choice of Womens Newest Fall Shoes In Bumps Straps Ties Side Ties in Suedes Patent Kid Velvets Satins Brocaded in Black Brown and Fancy Trimmed ALL SIZES ALL STYLES ALL COLORS 2 Choice of Boys All Leather Dress Shoes Oxfords In Black and Brown TJskide and leather soles 95 d and CHOICE OF GROWN GIRLS School Oxfords 95 In Patent Kid Calfskin in Blacks and Tans Also fancy trimmed Inlow and Cuban leather heels Nice wide round too very styl ish Jor school wear High school and grade school girls styles 2 Sizes to 8 Choice of Mens and Young Mens Dress Oxfords 095 In Black and Brown All Goodyear welts Nice wide toes Leather soles Rubber leather heels Perforated fancy toes A real buy nt 2 AU Sizes Please Note We carry a complete line of Billy Betty KideProof Thorb goods Red Goose Poll Parrot all leather shoes at the lowest prices Greatest Values in Mason City IN OUR BARGAIN BASEMENT MENS HEAVY OVERALLS 98c MENS FALL DRESS CAPS 79c CHILDRENS WOOL SWEATERS BOYS AND GIRLS WOOL SWEATERS BOYS LONG PANTS MENS ALL WOOL PANTS CHILDRENS SLIP rt l Mn ON SWEATERS CHILDRENS FANCY BLOOMERS 39c WOMENS SILK BLOOMERS 59c GfKLS SILK BLOOMERS 49c V A DEPARTMENT STORE ROBINSONS FOR THRIFTY PEOPLE 18 SOUTH FEDERAL AVE MASON CITY Mrs Jacob Schnobel Is Buried in Hampton Had Suffered Long Illness HAMPTON Sept Fimoral services were held at Grant Center Lutheran church Thursday after noon for Mrs JacoDfScnhbbel wiio died Tuesday night at the home of her daughter Mrs Henry Mues Mrs Schnobel was born Dec 9 3SG2 in Germany When 22 years old Bhe came to Ackley where she as married to Jacob Schuobel who died several years ago Mrs Schno bel leaves three daughters Mrs William Beadle Mrs Paul Men nenga and Mrs Henry Muessigman and one son Paul Schnobel Funeral services were conducted by the Rev EJ Krieger and burial was made in the church cemetery There is Smartness in Our New Frocks for Fall TpVERiTHING about these frocks Is new The higher wuistlincs the longer skirts the graceful flaro effects the smart looking godets novel pleating and shirring The silks include heavy georgette crepe do chine and plain flat crepes YOU will delight In their thoroughly chits appearance1 The tiny headhugging cloches are here as well as other off the face models 5 to 5 V A DEPARTMENT STOP E ROBINSONS I FOR THtNFTY PEOPLE KA3OMOTY IMM I SOUND FILMS DO NOT SUCCEED IN EUROPEAN TOWNS Only Seven French Houses Have Western Electric Reproducers PARIS Sept 5 100 per cent American talkie will not succeed in Continental Europe ac cording to a competent authority on the international cinema The restrictive measures takeu by the French cinema control commis sJon which would distribute seven French films for every foreign li cense granted and which the French now want to reduce to a proportion of four to one may bo rendered unnecessary by the talkie The talkie has captured England and English speaking countries The United States ia assured of even greater moving picture prestige thruout tha English speaking world But the pure talkie depend ing on spoken words for ita dra matic appeal will not go where English is not understood Like Musical Comedies The musical comedy type of talkio K however A startling success such as The Innocents of Europe or Al Jolsonc Singer French audi ences jam the doors to see them but development of the talkie Is Henceforth going to be the one maj or problem for the directors of tht big cinema combinations French distributors are therefore in a singular position They have caused an absolute cessation of American films to France thru the operating of the quota law Altho the quota law was devised to stim ulate the production of French films they have not produced 30 films in the last year To compete in England tuey must nowproduce the talkie and so far there is not one company in France that makes a talkie Experiments are being conducted and a company capitalized at 10 million francs called the Radio ci nema has been formed It Is report ed this company will immediately dinner was served at 7 oclock Jars J of gladioli used In decoration A feature ofthe evenings pro gram was the report of the conven tion held on Macktnac Island Mich presented by the two dele gates Mrs Ward Hamilton and Gladys Arnold Mrs Hamilton told of the trip the social diversions of feredand of the personalities of the meeting as well as of the infor mal round table discussionswhile MissArnold reported on the busi ness transacted at the formal meet ings Following the report routine bus iness was trasacted In the brief ses sion The executive board extended an invitation to all committee mem bers to attend the meetings of the board and various recommenda tions of the board were reported and acted uponIt was decided to con tinuethe noonday luncheons every Thursday at the Y W The president for this year Miss Emma Haggenstein introduced the newcommittee chairmen Theyare Ethel Ridgeway social committee Mrs J H Greve attendance Eliz abeth Graves program Nell Hunt ley emblem and magazine Nell Maben house Dr Reeve finance Arcley Marshall music Between courses Miss Marshall led the singing with Tina Martin at the piano A special number was a song devised to introduce the exe cutive board who will serve this year The of leers are Emma Haggen stein president Maude Weplervice president Gladys Arnold recording secretary Tina Martin correspond ing secretary Catherine Garvey treasurer editor of bulletin Blanche Ely board members Pearl Lackore and Mable Sucher Bayside Park Will No Longer Charge at Gate Following Sunday No admission will be charged at Bayside park after next Sunday states Charles Ritz proprietor of the park Thus far during the season the admittance charge has been 10 cents Mr Ritz plans to keep the park open this fall until sometime dur ing October he announced today He states that all concessions will be continued as usual The roller skating rink will be open each after noon and evening Sundays Included The other concessions including the roller coaster the airplare swings the fun house and others also will remain open The batli house will remain in use until tho coming of cold weather A number of organizations from various parts of Iowa have arranged dates for allday picnics at Bayside and for this reason Mr Ritz states he will keep the park open later than usual work out a reproducing apparatus using the de Forest patents which according to counsel have fallen into the public domain French Experiment Certain experiments have already been made with the German Tobis reproducing method but French di rectors appear to be not very en thusiastic over theresults The Radio cinema is said to be owned by a combination in which Jack Haik the Franco films and the Radio France are leading share holders will however be confronted by the same problem of language One group of directors has devised a way out by going over to England of cooperating with a British producer They will use the same sets of a certain film for French talkies which will in turn be followed by German and Spanish actors But this is a complicated problem and does not aid greatly in j Raymond Grobaty Pritchards eucfc fjim inlaw will assist the older Pritch Garner Family Branches Out in Hancock County Operate Garages VCJARNEK sept residence her e6f a numb er of years the Paul Pritchard family moved this week to Britt where Paul and his brother John operate one of the three Ford plants in Hancock coun ty owned by WS Pritchard and sons Walter Pritchard Jr has i charge of the Klemme plant and j SCIENCE WOULD CURB NOISE ON OCEAN VESSELS Young British Professor Says Noise Cause of Sea Sickness LONDON Sept 6 the object of photographing and phonographing and then elimi nating noises aboard ensuring greater comfort to those who travel on liners competing for the blue riband of the Atlantic Pro fessor A M Low distinguished young British scientist and famous authority on sound waves will short ly leave for Belfast where he has been commissioned to board a Brit ish oilburning ship during a ten day trial trip Upon his return to port explained Low in an exclusive interview with the United Press hewill by regl ular absorption and reflection at tempt to eliminate mds t of the noises recorded by him during the trip or at least try to render harmless to the health and comfort of human beings those noises which I cannot do away with completely To Absorb Sound By means of a recently discov ered method of using a combination of asbestos and magnesia com menced Low it is possible to ab sorb sounds obtaining a degree of comfort such as would eliminate that tired feeling which one gets in closed automobiles or other vehicles propelled by more or leas noisy me chanical means At the same time such sounds as one cannot help butt hear can be made less liable to In terfere with conversation or to spoil music in the music room The faster a ship of course the more powerful her engines must be and as a result the vibration and other noises on board are increased Perhaps the worst offenders in this respect are ships equipped with Diesel oilengines Not only is this vibration a matter of considerable discomfort to sensitive passengers but often it has actually been found to induce seasickness Noise Location Difficult My idea Is to locate the objec tionable sounds then wherever pos sible to eliminate them But the lo cation of noise is not so easy to dis cover as one might think This Is bc causemuch jnoise which in Itself is inaudible carries other noises and incidentally may cause seasickness Forthis reason the only thing to do isto photograph what in many caseswe can neither hear nor see That part of experiments then explained Low wouldbe car rlec outby two methods In some cases he said phonograph record ings would be made of tlie sounds In others especially in the case of inaudible noises the LowHilger would be used The audiometer he then said is an instrument by means of which sound waves are collected by a trumpet then projected on to a dia phragm thinner than a soap bubble The diaphragm carries a small mir ror on to which the waves collected by the trumpet are projected in the form of a beam of light The os cillations of this beam are then re corded on a cinematographic film thus completing what may be termeda process of sound photo graphy Absorption 61 Sounds As the sounds are photographed or recorded as the case may be we of course make anoto of where they are locatedAccording to the inten sity of the sound we are then abla to Judge just exactly in what form it will beeasiest to absorb it In this connection then re marked Low it must be borne in mind that certain matter absorbs high pitched notes and no notes which are below ascertain pitch Other matter on the contrary ab sorbs very low notes but will not absorb high notes Once the noises we seek to elim inate have been located all wehava to do is to place what one might term noise screens or if you pre fer noise absorbers wherever they may be needed Old time dnnco Saturday night at corner of Sixth street southwest and Van Buren Everybody welcome the development of the French At present there are only seven theaters in France that have the reproducing facilities and which asa the Western Electric apparatus Six of them are tn Paris and one is in Marseilles B P W Holds First Session of Season at Country Club Fortyfive members of the Busi ness and Professional Womans club gathered at the Country Club Thursday night for the first meet ing of the season A three course STOVES ard in the Garner plant BURLINGTON MAN WAS IN FAILING HEALTH 5 YEARS Sargon restored me to splendid health after everything else had failed health began to fail about five years ago and Ive been going OF ALL KINDS NEW and USED Heaters in Various Styles COOK STOVES NEW and USED If ymi ncwl a Stovn of any kind sen Jno Goss at 207 Sixth street southwest He is out nf the hiehrent district and can savo you a cood miny dollars Dont buy till you sec Joe Big Line of Furniture Living room suites lining room suites bedroom ehnlrs rugs linoleums tables etc Joo Goss has a bijf stocTc at his now storo and prices arn very reasonable Joo owns hs new stare building anil pays no rent thats onn reason ho in able to save you many dollars 207 Gth Street S W Mason City FRANK J MESMER down grade ever since I had a bad case of stomach trouble and even the simplest foods caused severe in digestion pains At times I could barely get my breath My appetite fell off and I developed a yellow sickly color Constipation and bil iousness were responsible for ter rible headaches and dizzy spells I was very nervous and my sleep was fitful and broken Sargon and Sargon Soft Mass Pills have now toned up mywhole nyatem and made me feel better than I have in five years I never have any stomach trouble now my appetite is fine and I am gaining weight steadily My color has im proved wonderfully and the have completely relieved my consti pation anl biliousness I have more energy and vitality than Ive had in years and think its just wonder ful what Sargon has done for rap The nbove statement was recent ly made by Frank J Mesmer 115 Acres street Burlington Iowa Sargon may be obtained in Mason City at Casey Drug Store GRAHAMPAIGE NEWS GrahamPaige sales are growing in 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