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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 10, 1929, Mason City, Iowa XT FOUR MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE SEPTEMBER It STUDENTS BEGIN STUDIESi jttL CITY Several New Teachers on High School Staff This Year Mason schools opened Tues daywith the largest attendance in the history of the city The high school had a total en rollment of 1190 when classes started at oclock Last year the high school had total of 1137 3fthe day The Junior tcollege an enrollmen of 125 No enrollment figures In the grade schools were available but it was stated at the office of Supt F T Vaaey that a general Increase was evident School sessions in all of the buildings opened without dif flcultiesaiid boys and girls were launchedat once into studies that willbe continued for the next nine months Start Is Smooth With enrollment practically com pleted last week there was nodis turbance or congestion despite the large numberof students at the high school building Every studentwent to the roomwherehis first class was to be held andfrom every out ward appearance this might have been a day in themiddle of the term so smoothly was the situation handled byPrincipal James Rae arid Miss Tommy Priestassistant prin cipal S L Rugland graduate of Luther college Decorahi and In possession of anMA degreevfrpm the Univer sity of Iowa took charge as dean of the Junior college He ihas taught at Deering and Hartland N Dak r TOMACH TROUBLE DlASTATIC DEFICIENCY AND TOO MUCH i ACID CAUSE 9 OUT OF EVERY 1O ATTACKS DIASTATIC DEFICIENCY failure to digest causes more than onehalf tho eases of stomach trouble Because ol this deficiency potatoes breads macaroni rice breakfast cereals and other starch foods remain la semisolid condition and refuse tomoveonaatneyshould ThlastoppagecausealNDIGESTION GAS FERMENTA TION SOURNESS 6ICK HEADACttB and other common troubles TOO MUCH ACID Is the cause of almost all tha remaining half of our stomach troubles It also Is the result of fermentation and excess digestiveacids ACIDJNE lha netr dlscoray Is a perfect anilacid combined with Japisse most effective known starch dlgestant one pound of which will digest aora than 800 pounds of j I itchy foods ACIDISE is thn FIRST COMPLETE HEMEDY for STOMACH ANTIACID STARCH DIGESTANT MEAT DIGESTANT At tie samo time It is Ufa and soothing to tha most Bensltlro stomach Sllghllf lazntko but not un pleasantly so Bold by your drusgist under a moneytack guarantee to help In YOUR CASE or milfl Health laboratories Inc Pittsburgh Pa Used Car Auction Saturday Sept 14 1929 M and P M Fordor Sedans 1922 to 1926 1926 6 Ford 1924 tr926 3 to 1926 3 del box 1924 to 1926 ome have bodies and extra transmissions i 3 Ford YzlTon Panel Delivery Cars 3 ChevroletCoupes 1 Buick Six Sedan 1 No 68 Stoyer Gonibinatipn Feed Grinder grinds all kinds of hay stoaw stalks roughage ear corn with and without the shucks beans peas and This is a new mill and the regular selling price is LEISSRING MOTOR CO JACK DORSET Auctioneer Corner Penn and First Street S E if ill as well ag ab Luther for two years A number of other hew faces were also la the lineup of teacher a Miss Westfall Here Miss Dorothy Westfallof Mason City who taught high school in San Juan Porto Ricolast year will teach English in the local institu tion Miss Westfall was graduated from Grinnell college in 1928 Miss Elizabeth Graves who has taught Englifih at Lincoln school for a number of years Joined the teach ing staff of the high school this year Howard T Barker of Nora Springs who is a graduate of St caoud MinnTeachers college will teach biology andcoach the back field in football Is Commercial Teacher Miss Gladys Price ofCottonwood Minn attended Buena Vista college Highland Park college the Gregg school la Chicago andhas a busi ness diploma from the University of California She will teach inthe commercial department Miss Adela Hansen Forest City attended St Olaf college North field Minn a year and the Univerr sity of Iowa three years Befqre coming to Mason City she taught at Buffalo Center Algona and Okla homa City She will teach oral Eng lish and speech Miss Frances E Forster who is to teach Frenchand English attended William Woods girls col lega and was graduated from the University of Wisconsin She has taught in the high schools at Elk River Minn and at Albia Teaches Biology Miss Ida E Iversen Grinnell is to teach biology substituting for Miss Mildred Leven in the biology de partment Miss Iversen attended Drake university andgot her BA degree at Grinnell college She has done graduate work at the Univer sity of California and the University of Iowa She was assistant in the laboratory both at Iowa City and at Grinnell One of the changes in the course of study this year is the introduc tion of a course in journalism to be taught by Miss Genevieve Brown in English department Much of the work will consist of writing news stories for the GlobeGazette Other Teachers Following are the other high school and junior college teachers and the subjects each teaches Cora J Sundell English Alma K larris English Edith S Naylor English Mae L Mahaffa psychol ogy Maude EShelbourne French Mrs Helen T Steinberg latin Flor ence Flynn Latin John M Mac lillan economics Mary Bullock history Dan C Herrick history J AvrilGrimsley history and cpaqb ng Guy LI Crosen historyEdith A Gibbs history Esther Pagen aart history Ethel M Cooke geog raphy and history Mollie P Mac Gowanrmathematics Marie denhall mathematics Inez Gwynri mathematics Helen P Fullerton mathematics Orville George mathematics Clayton Sutherland arithmetic and coaching H H Boyce physics and chemistry Mil dred L even biology Howard T Barker biology and coaching Nova Springs R E Nyquist commer cial Myrtle L Albert commercial Georgia Claire Davenport commer cial Gladys E Price commercial Cottonwood Minn Florence OLeary domestic Hyland domestic science Geraldihe McNaughtdh domestic science F B Hathaway manual training Harold S Palmer manualtraining Harold H Henley mechanical draw ing Mrs Harriet B Crabb art Gerald R Prescott musicEllen M Smith music MarjorieB Smith music Volney A Hansen physica trainingHelen L Platt physici training Judith Overby librarian L L Minor college scienceLueld F Carlton college English School opened both the St Jo seph and Holy Family schools Mon day with large enrollments SOME OF THE NEW TEACHERS ON MASON GITY HIGH SCHOOL STAFF Your credit is the of your potential business opportunities for opportunities ar e not generally pre sented to those poor credit stand Improve your future chances by building creditwith tHe assist ance of a good bank NATIONAL BANK of MASON CITY Sank for Savings y BUSS ADELA B Oral English and Speech HOWARD T Biology and Coaching MISS IDA E IVERSEN Biology CLARION SENDS MANY TEACHERS Wright CountySchools Are Filled With Girls From Clarion CLARION Sept girlsand one young man all from Clarion are teaching in Wright county rural schools this year This number exceeds all former records for young folks sent out from Clarion Those from Clarion who are teaching in the rural schools are Cora Anfinson Madge Bruhl Lila Gray Ethel Anfnisln Lucy Thom as Meaye Pitt Mary Lewellyn Lil lian Schutt Hettie Yokum Chry stel Benson Flossie Hiter Katie Schutt Virginia Kirstein Elizabeth Russell Leo McHale Golda Schutt Sadie Kuhn Frances Raamussen Geraldlne Duitscher Margaret Stecher Anvilda Fobes Eulalie Stepp Margaret Brandon Verna Dahlgren Ruth Dorr Irene Hiter Laura Brooks Lenora Sibert Anor Graves Charlotte Hull and Gwen dolyn Graves GJrls from Eagle Grove who are teaching rural schools are Evelyn Erlckson Amelia Scott Vera Chris tensen Rose Thompson Hazel Seb by Myrtle Ersland Alice Strom Erna Webb Joyce Wardle Signa Strom Helen Hanson Mildred Cro visier Mildred Tveit Beatrice Tveit Esther Gunderson Maybellc Wright Mrs Lucille Abbott and Mrs Amy Donley Those from Belmond are Gladys Barry Mrs Ethel Lent Leola Jeni son Gladys Gunderson Everili Thompson Edna Bohning Pearl Veeder Luella Ratey Mabel Lieu wen Olle Kenison Mary Quinton Lyle Jeaison Viola Menenga Albert Rabe Marguerite Studebaker Rena Given Mrs Esther Amblie and Lu cille Dochlerman M MISS FRANCES E FORSTER French and English SIGVART L HUGLAND Junior College Dean SUSS GLADYS E PRICE Commercial Department Small Boy Is Hurt By Flying In Auto CrasK Monday Harry Gardner 5 year old son of Mr Alfred Gardner suf ered fine cuts and laooratlona m the face from flying glass when the car driven by Mrs Gard ner coUided with the automobile op erated by Mrs August May 907 North Adams avenue at 8 o1 clonk Tuesday morning The accident oc curred at the intersection of Thirteenth street and Pennsylvania southeast when the two drivers were attempting to cross ahead oE each other Neither Mrs Gardner nor Mrs May was injured The young boy was taken to the Mercy hospital for treatment Both cars were badly damaged Veteran Attorney Will Celebrate Birthday Is Interested in Hobbies HtJMBOLDT Sept D F Coyle pioneer attorney here since 1881 and judge of the four teenth judicial district for 23 years who completed his service as judge Aug 31 will reach his seventy first milestone Sept 12 and will ob serve the event with his family here Born in Wisconsin in 1858 he came here at atj early age He was a student at Humboldt college in 1877 goingto Iowa university where he graduated from the law department and was admitted to the bar in1881 In March 1883 he was married to Sallie Ham also a student at Iowa university He is a man of many hobbies in cluding teaching law and studying literature Several years ago he was selected to give a series of lectures befofe the students at Drake university Pour years ago ah the age of 67 he attended Iowa university during the summer ses sion his alma mater Mr and Mrs Coyle are both musi cians Their elder son Claude also a musician is a violinist of great ability C C Coyle the younger son Is a local attorney Their only daughter Margie died Nov 11 1902 Js 04 Years Old GOLDPIKLD Sept 10 John G Mechem of Clarion who is 91 yearsold was tht oldest person registered at the old settlers picnic here M H Luick nt Belmond is the oldest settler in Wright county hav ing removed here in 1853 Mrs H B Bjornson first white child bom in the county also attended FALL OPENING Wednesday Evening Sept 11 We invite you to participate with others who will view that which is new and interesting on Wednesday the down town a look at our windows See how we do our the most delicate of you become a pa tron of the Hanford Cleaners Inc Phone 5D7 Phone 718 Hanford Hotel Buildine Auto Firms Moving to New Locations The Stoner Motor Sales company local Chrysler dealers has an nounced it willmove to 215 Second street southwest The building at 2224 Second street southeast va cated by them will be occupied the Grimes Nash company a new organization which will take over the sale of Nash cars in this tem tory y Cool Days Draw Attention To The FIRE PLACE and to our new accessories that beautify as well as make the fireplace easier to use and 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