Mason City Globe Gazette, September 6, 1929, Page 9

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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 6, 1929, Mason City, Iowa ews e FRIDAY SEPT 61929 Sept City schools open Sept States district court session here Sept radio show in Cobba furniture store building Sept opening of retail merchants Sept Legion Drum corps benefit boxing show at armory ITS f in Brief orth Iowas Home Newspaper TEACHERS HAVE GROUP CONFERENCES Permanent special complete Ph 505 O M Williamson Watkins Cafe Clear Lake Special chicken dinner Sunday nir and Mrs S S Long and fam ily of Chadron Nebr stopped in Ma son City for a day to visit with Mr Longs brother Dr W E Long while on their way home from a trip to Wisconsin Mr Long Is su perintendent of the Black Hills di vision of the Northwestern railroad Watkins Cafe Clear Lake Special chicken dinner Sunday Fred Stelff of Forest City is spending the week at the home of his daughter Mrs O H Pederson For Investment experience ask any Cities Service investor or C F Kriz 625 M B A Bldg Office open evenings Phono 1181 The Utason City chapter of tlio National Association for the Ad vancement of the Colored People will hold a meeting at the Union Memorial church at 3 oclock Sun day afternoon Ai short program of speeches and other numbers will be given to work In sau sage department Apply Employ ment office Jacob E Decker Sons Mr and Mrs Otto Mallo 417 Twentieth street Southeast re turned home Thursday evening from Enimons Minn where they were called by the death of Mrs Mallos brother in an automobile ac cident Marcels 50c and 75c Myers Bcautv Salon Mrs B I Bright announces the opening of her studio Fall term opens the week beginning Sept 9 Instruction in piano theory har mony history analysis music ap preciation Ph 1428 215 N Wash The regular monthly meeting of the North Iowa Kennel club will be held Monday evening Sept 8 oclock at chamber of comnjerce rooms All members urgently invit ed to attend Reports will be made on the recent dog show A building permit has been granted for a one story brick build ing to be erected by Henry Heiden rich 730 Fifteenth street northeast at a cost of Other permits are P H Murphy 321 North Georgia avenue remodeling garage Buchanan and Fritir 214 South Federal avenue picture booth on roof G C Blackmore 1034 Third street southwest garage and S L Link 923 North Polk avenue mov ing and remodeling residence The Cerro Gordo Investmcni com pany will hold a meeting at the D K Lundberg store Monday evening at 8 oclock it was announced Fri day A he man is one who can take his wife along to help him select a suit and not feel consin Stato Journal FOR QUICK SALE We offer this beautiful bungalow in Forest Park for ten days only at Large rooms convenient improved kitchen oak fin ish plenty closet room Water softener Large lot fruit trees shrubbery flowers See this CALL DALY EPIGRAMS Misery loves company Thats why some bachelors and spinsters marry WJD3LYCO PLUMBING goto HEATING GRIFFIN EATON AND FULLERTON GIVE ADDRESSES Wide Range of Subjects Are Discussed at Local Institute The Cerro Gordb county teachers institute at the morning session of its second day of meetings Friday divided itself into smaller groups with common interests for the pur pose of studying specific problems Six conferences were held durin the morning with the subject of tho talks adapted to the conference group The meeting opened at 9 oclock with Prof A C Fullerton head of the department of music at Iowa State Teachers college discussing community singing Professor Full erton emphasized his points by the use of a phonograph and of slides Spoke on Tests At the audience divided it self into two groups for the first of the conferences Speaking largely to rural grade teachers Lee H Griffin of Chicago discussed the use and abuse of testa He discussed largely methods of teaching arith metic declaring that it was a mis take for the teacherto devote her self so much to remedial measures and so little to preventive measures The child should be taught so that he will not make mistakes he should not be taught haphazardly so that he has mistakes to un learn At the same time high school teachers heard R W Eaton of Omaha discuss the use of poetry in high schools He demonstrated by reading poems aloud to his listeners Talked on Seat Work The next conference began at with Clara M Wallace super visor of normal training Des Moinea talking on educative seat work Professor Fullertoh appeared on the program lor the second time that subject was high school music Theraorning program closed with two conferences beginning at Mr Eaton discussed specific ob jects in general science talking be fore high school teachers and Pro fessor Fullerton addressed the rural teachers on the organization of cholra in public schools In the afternoon Mr Eaton ad dressed the high school teachers on the appreciation of poetry while Mr Griffin talked to the rural in structors on Nature Study Pro fessor Fullerton gave another talk on Music Appreciation The final address of the day was by Mr Eaton on Human Interest in Teaching Attended Institute Following are the teachers In the rural and consolidated schools of Cerro Gordo county who attended the Institute Cecil A Carter Ruth Buehler Myrtle M Krug Mrs Marguerite Esbe Florence Palmer Rose M Kennedy Carrie Siegfried Gertrude Johnson Mrs Jessie B Piersol Eve lyn Hoe Lois M Fleming Selma Prahm John Edgar Smith Ed Kug ler Miss Myrtle Cast Hazel Hill Marguerite Lewis Alta Bonker Mrs Paul Carr Gilmore Lingren Hazel Moody Minnie E Lancaster Mrs Irene TJrenn Paul Carr C F Belschner Donald Henn Mrs C F Belschner Grace II Colloton Cath erine Mantz Lulu Prull Irene Bin zing Anne M LaDuke A H Knief Catharina Hoelscher Mae SchultK Elsie Mae Hoyt Verone G Hanson Gwendolyn Hall David C Davles L A Muth Maxine VVoHe Bernice Schmidt S T Oberhauser Janette Almquist Vera Tucker Lois Smith Lelah Inman Norms Barz Sadie Collins Martha M Dunn Leona Gross Vernis Fistcr Violet Hall F A French Marian Brown R D Larson Marie Dougherty Irene OConnor Anita Kelly Helen M Ixjgan Anna Mae ODonnell Anna Toner Lillian Marsh Leona Harty Registered Here Margy MuIIaney Berniece Flnne gan Fleta L Hunt Norene Galla gher Irene M Kielty Hanna Voss Theilen Phyllis Thies Estella Cars tens Beulah E Wood Lucy Ficken Elizabeth Bardsley Agatha Down ing Lilly Boehlje Bernice Bowen Wilma M Woodward Edna Gallipn Mrs Clarence Carle Helen Corri ffan Annabelle Lyke Lucile Carle Mabel Breen Grace A Curran Floy Vaughn Opal Behme Hilda SJo strand Mrs Bert Crooks Lillian A Neu Opal Utter Ruth Fippert Tabot Gladys Hilt Violet Stickfort Evelyn West Catherine C Galagan Margaret M Gaffney Dorothy Bauer Mrs Harrie Phil lips Margaret Sheridan Mrs Gladys Bouline Maxine Johnston Violet Wolford Miss Lucille Long Lillian Hodenfield Viva Gribben Stella Becker Marjorie Stork Mable Mack Prestholt Bessie V Baker E Severson Mrs Mil Wolford Vera Van Hoosen Pals Eva Sprau Prestholt Dorothy A Potter Gladys L Nel son Lillian Dodd Vera E Baum gartner Agnes Nelson Nellie M Ol son Manlus Lambert Laura Ever son Miss Hannah Hauglum Rachel Marston Marian Bistline Marcella Bistline Katheryn Carr Merilla Driscoll Mrs Mae Stevens Smith Mary Marston Mrs Mildred Snow Marie Schwartz Miss Dolores Fin noil Cora dred Cash Loans Up to RePayment Plan No Red Tape Confidential UNITED FINANCIAL SERVICE GROUND FLOOR MBA Emma Bohlen Fleta L Schaefer Bertha C Stouer Edith Koester Nettle Dorenkamp Gladys Nicolet Veryl Christiansen Nell Kennedy Luella Frost Pearl L Johnson Mar tha Dorenkamp Florence Hansen Mrs Jeanette Stevens Frances Wagner Florence M Felton Aurel ia Kernan Eula Mae Hartman Ger aldine Harty Elsie Miller Laura King Inez Walch Mrs Margaret Mann Margaret Hodson Lila M Ingraham Anne Downing Lillian OSTEOPATHS IN MEETING HERE Mary Golden of Des Moines in Charge of Examinations The Cerro Gordo Osteopnthic as sociation held another of its clinics Thursday with Dr Mary Golden head of the department of pediatrics at the Des Moines Still College of Osteopathy in charge Private examinations of children was made and at she ad dressed the high school of Clear Lake At she addressed the rural teachers institute on the sub ject of diet stressing the import ance of having a well balanced diet containing an abundance of vegeta bles rto supply the necessary vita mines Dr Golden stated that it was necessary for a teacher to have good health in order to do justice to the children under her care An unhealthy body will produce a mind that is cross and irritable she said Her talk was well illustrated with charts and pictures In the evening the association held a banquet at the Hotel Han ford Dr Golden gave some of her experiences on her trip to the west coast and at the Post Graduate col lege of Denver Colorado which she attended Following Dr Goldens ad dress at the banquet those present i were called upon to give some of their field experience Many inter eating experiences were discussed Dr Jennings who is locating here this week was introduced to the members of the association as was Dr L C Nicholson who recently situated at Northwood Those in attendance at the clinic and banquet were Dr E H Phil lips Garner Dr H E Wright Hampton Dr L C Nicholson Northwood Dr O M Reeves Ma son City Dr L A Doyle Osage Dr W C Chappell Mason City Dr Lola Davidson Charles City Dr C I Groff Mason City Dr Man Golden Des Moines Dr Mattie Kit son Osage Dr and Mrs T B Lar ratiy Webster City Dr and Mrs Harold Jennings Maaon City Dr Helene K Groff Mason City Mr TTIT 1 w J FUNERAL RITES FOR MRS PAGE TO BE SATURDAY Came to Mason City in 1864 Leaves Three Children Funeral services for Mrs L A Page will be held at the home 215 Second street southeast Saturday afternoon at 3 oclock with the Rev W L Dibble of the Congregational church officiating Burial will take place in Emwood cemetery Mary Emily Burnham was born April 26 1854 in Esperence Schoharie county New York Her father J D Burnham a Methodist minister was one of the pioneer settlers of this country The family came to Mason City in the year 1864 travelingoverland by wagon from Waverly and pur chased land at the south side of Ma son City At that time there were no homes south of Willow Creek and the Burnhams firat home was on the site of the present Marston LarI son garage In 1868 the family moved to Plymouth which was then about as large as Mason City There she met and married L A Page in 18T4 In May 1880 they moved back to Mason City where she has con tinued to reside The immediate sorrowing rela tives are the three children L A Page Jr Minneapolis H D Page and Mrs F C Lovell Ma son City and a sister Mrs J H Wolff Registered Nurses in Regular Session Hear State Director Members of the District Associa tion of Registered Nurses for tho tenth district were addressed in their regular meeting at the Mercy hospital nurses home here Thurs day evening by Miss Ecith Country man of Des Moines state director of public health nursing for Iwa f Miss Countryman delivered a talk on the problems arising in public health nursing and on methods of solving these obstacles Student nurses in training at the Mercy and Park hospitals were guests of the association for the evening There was a total attendj ance of about 35 j In the business session closing the meeting Miss Mary McCruder Sister Mary Roberta and Mrs Anna K Buehler were elected delegates to the state convention of registered nurses to be held in Marshalltown during October Catherine DeDer ichs was chosen alternate OSTEOPATHS TO BEGIN CLINIC Four Doctors to Open Suite of Eighteen Treating Rooms Saturday Four osteopathicphysicians will openthe Mason City Osteopathlc clinic Saturday occupying an IS room suite In the M B A building The doctors who will make up the clinic are Dr C I Groff who will specialize in podiatry and minor surgery Dr W C Chappell orifi cial surgery and xray Dr Helene Groff who will care for womens and childrens diseases and Dr Har old Jennlng who arrived here from Wlnona Minn will conduct a gen eral practice with a specialty In ob stetrics The doctors suite Is said to be fitted with new equipment costing more than CORRECTION Art Smedley Mason City who was erroneously reported in Tues days paper to have forfeited a 515 bond set against him on an intoxi cation charge was arrested by po lice on a speeding count and not drunkenness FEDERAL COURT SESSION TO BE HELD WEDNESDAY Judge George C Scott to Hold Postponed Term in Mason City Mason City attorneys have re ceived notices of the postponed term of United States district court which is to convene here Wednesday Sept 11 Federal Judge George C Scott of Sioux City will preside at the session No trial jurors will be in attend ance at the term and only matters which can be tried without a jury will be for disposition It is expected that a number of matters will be for submission such as pleas of guilty in criminal cases motions and ap plications for orders Judge Scott and the court off cials will come to Mason City from Waterloo where they will hold jv term on Monday Sept 9 The regu lar fall terms of federal court will convene at Fort Dodge Tuesday Nov 12 and at Mason City on Tucs oday Nov 12 and at Mason City on Tuesday Nov26 aria Mrs Floyd Nebr Harper Lincoln Dr Horace S Beemer J C PBNNEX BUILDING EXTRACTION SPECIALIST XRA5T OF TEETH Place YonVe Heard About SHOE Repairing HAT Cleaning CENTRAI SHOE SHOP m South Federal Mason Ctlr 2 Are Burned When Gas Stove Explodes in Concession Ten Mrs Steve Ennis 341 South Federal avenue and a customer in her concession tent at the North Iowa fairgrounds were slightly burned when a gasoline stove ex ploded about oclock Thurs day night The stove burst into flames catching on fire the canvas of the concession and in a few minutes the tent was burned to the ground Several articles of mer ticandise were destroyed by tho blaze Firemen were called and saved the adjoining booths with heir chemical apparatus Mrs Ennis and the unknown customer were given treatment at the Red Cross first aid station Blaze in Tar Pot Calls Firemen to Baking Co Firemen received a call to the Mason City Baking company 319 South Delaware avenue at 401 oeJock Thursday afternoon and In the alley behind the plant The found a tar caldron smoking badly firemen were not required to use their chemical guns on the pot as the fire was beyond all danger Sunday speed cops arent neces sary if there is a decrepit flivver I about every halfmile in the Midwest Review I 11 Purse Check for Lost Thursday at Fail1 Joe Stewart living south of Mason City reported to police Thursday night that he had lost a purse con taining o check for 5600 drawn on a Kensett bank and made out to htm together with a small amount of cash at the fairgrounds Thursday night J Two Cars Crash on State Street No One Is Hurt The Dodge coupe in which Jesse Hannon Eding Mo was driving west on State street was struck by a car operated by Mrs Charles Bar ber 217 South Delaware avenue who was attempting a left turn into State street from Rock Glen No one was injured and little damaoe was done to either car what a Blade Bftc WADE BUTCH EH PERSONAL attention ACH of our patrons is a guest and re ceives the due consid eration of the waiter only do you feel at liorhe when dining us but yo u r actual presence we deem a re sponsibility in hospital ity We go out of our way to gratify your slightest wish for after all our purpose is to serve you Onehalf Fried Spring Ciilclten Sunday j a m to p m Try Our Regular 4On Moals Lunch hero after ho Theater or Dancn Princess Cafe 112 NORTH FEDERAL Three Offenders Pay Fines to Judge for Bad Conduct Scores William Houts 819 Sixth street southwest who was arrested at oclock Thursday in East Park for disorderly conduct paid and costs in police court Friday morn ing Houts disapproved in a burst swearing the decision of the um pire at a soft ball game and be came obnoxious to persons about him according to officers Martin Westcott 621 North Jack son avenue forfeited his bond of 515 set by Judge M C Coughlon Thursday morning by failure to ap pear at the Friday session West cott was arrested Thursday night at oclock at 118 South Federal avenue on a charge of intoxication Milton Eergland Mason City was given his choice of 515 and costs or five days in jail Friday morning after he had been arrested for in toxication by Deputy Sheriff Ralph Schlffman at Lehlgh Row Thurs day night ONE STOP SERVICE BARGAINS in Used Balloon Tires They are Priced to Sell FIRESTONE EXCLUSIVELY COURSHON SERVICE Delawareand 2nd N K i Curved Blades fort form quality WADE BUTCHER M B A PHARMACY East State and Delaware Avenue Mason City Save the Difference Buy the Diamond of Ray Seney Why pay more elsewhere Who Wants to be a Lumpy Dresser says Pa Pennywise TOOTHING will make a man look as if he 1N had to seed quicker than illsetting garments If your suit Is not neatly pressed your topcoat cannot fit properly A good painter makessure that every coat in put on smoothly Frequent pressing gives a man the veneer of good grooming PHONE 495 We Know the Game SMITHS KLASSY KLEANERS now thats a wise suggestion and if theres a him in the case so much the better To Tho Olympia frequently Cor food worthy of your appetite but thats not all there are cozy corners cheering music the most in viting atmosphere and genuine dining pleasure daytime or evening whether youre with friend or family Saturday and Sunday soelc fun friendship and food at this farabove theordlnary Cafe come where its a pleasure to say Hello Sue Howdy Frank and thatn the spirit that makes better food better for every one THE OLYMPIA CENTRALLY LOCATED SCHOOL TIME Step the Ladder of Success Theres selfrespect selfassurance oC al ways being healthy and active in properly fitted shoes For Women NEW NEW FALL STYLES FALL COLORS For Men Dress Oxfords in black or the new fall brown For the Children Sturdy stitchdown straps ties and ox fords that will give long wear POPULAR PRICES LAYMANS SHOE STORE 202 SoFederal K C Building Mason City Dodge Sedan Specials 1927 DODGE car is in fine condition and looks it The mileage is very low and there is 90 of the original value in the car for some lucky buyer Specially priced before moved at 1926 DODGE is a rare billgain in transportation value and with it you have good looks ana a nice clean car in fine tion at the small price of 1925 DODGE good sound automobile that will give someone many years of good service Exceptionally good tires and fine shape mechanically Only H Marsf on DEPENDABLE USED CARS Block South of Postoffice DODGE CARS PLYMOUTH CARS Ruth Lets go to The Olympia 9 NORTH FEDERAL ;

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