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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 16, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                FOUR Nora Springs PTA Will HoldInitial Meeting of New Year NORA SPRINGS Sept P T A will hold its first meeting of the year Tuesday evening at 7 30 oclock A program will be given after which there will be a reception for the teachers 7 The officers are Mrs X W Ken nedy president Mrs Earl Chen o MASON CITY GLOBEGAZErrTE weice president SJorence England secretary and treasurer Theprogram committee includes Mrs CJaude Tatum Mrs Joe Beig emeler Mrs Harry Olsdta MrsSel by Russell Mrs Henry Ritze Mrs James Dlnwoodie Mrs Ralpti Rowley y N Social committee vMrs E Ei Shermannl Mrs James Cutler Mrs Wilmer Fingalsen Mrs Fred Dakr er Mrs Andrew Schlosser Mrs Earl Schultz L committee Mrs E JS Sherman andMrsClaude Demo Membership committee Mrs J IT Trejoar Mrs Fred tfekei Mrs Joe Henderson Fjess reporters Miss Margaret Riepe and Miss Ellen Col well Mrs JameSfGvtier Mrs Earl Chenoweth Mrs Roy Sheck Sponsors Swimming Lessons it ARBLE in swimming and lifesaving yvere re cently conducted for two at Twin lakes under the sponsorship of Poppe Smuk pbst of the Ameri can Legion Would Umit Auto Imports PARIS Sept 16 importation of automobiles to the amount exported has occurred to a trade magazine editor as a means of protectingthe French car indus try This plan for restriction is inspired by Frances adverse trade balance SEPTEMBER 16 learn from the press that the Rockefeller foundation recently gave Yale This should entitle John D to one seat on the 10yard Records Our September of Tires Offers Historys GREATEST SAVINGS Building nearly onethird of all tires sold today puts Goodyear in position to give far greater values These genuine Goodyear Supertwist Pathfinders dominate the lowprice fieldi Actually superior to many highestpriced makes wonderful bar gains in mileage See them Trade Us Yaur Before They Happen Liberal for Your Old Tires And Lowest Prices in Over 30 Years GOODYEAR 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duringpart of their visit at least bythe man who in many respects is the most colorful figure in the di plomatic corps V He Is Howard British ambassador and dean of the diplo matic corps who with Lady Isa bella Howard will have the dis tinguished visitors as their guests in the imposing embassy at 1300 Connecticut avenue Hoovers original tentative plan is VetainiQcl the Prime Minister and his charming daughter who is also his Jiosteasat Downing street will di vide theirvisit here between tho white hbuSBj where the president and Mrs Hoover will entertain themand the embassy which by reason of international law stands on a plot of British territory in the heart of the American capital Under the Union jack which flies over the towering buff brick embassy Mr MacDonald and Miss Ishbel will enjoy hospitality which is famed in this city where the hos pitality cf all nations is displayed at its best Invitations senF out by the distinguished dean of the corps and Lady Isabella who has presided over the embassy since 1824 are highly prized Has Crowded Career Sir Esme who celebrated his 56 birthday Sept 35 by reason of scn iroity is deanof the corps of diplo mats accredited to Washington His association with the Prime Minister in the anticipated disarmament dis cussions here will mark one of the last chapters of his long and crowd ed career in the British foreign serv ice He has announced he will re tire to private life in February next year Altho Sir Esmes present assign ment here dates only from Febru ary 1924 he had been well Icnown and highly regarded here for two decades before his arrival asf am bassador He was counselor of the embassy here for two years begin ning in 1906 during much of which served as British charge daffaires in the absence of the then accredited Ambassador Has Had Experience Born at Greystoke castle Cum berland Sir Bsme entered official serviceon the staff of the Earl of Carnavon in Ireland in 1885 Altho he digressed from his chosen career in 1892 to run a rubber plantation in the West Indies and again in 1900 to serve as a trooper with the Imperial Yoemanry in the South African war both digressions were of brief duration and practically all hia life has been spent in diplomatic service His first foreign assignment was in1886 when ha waa appointed at tache to the embassy at Rome As result of his achievements in ths service he not only received corona lion medals at the accessions of both Edward VH and George V but also is entitled to write after his name G C P G C M G C V O Lady Isabella before her marriage to Sir Esme in 1898 was Lady Isa bella GuistinlaniBandani daughter of Prince GulstinianiBandini Earl of Newburgh The Howards have four sons be sides their eldest who died a few years ago at the beginning of what promised to be a brilliant career Francis the eldest living son at present is employed in New York by J P Morgan and Co but is soon to return to England to prepare himself for the law Hubert their next son ia about to follow the foot steps of his father in the British diplomatic service Edmund now a university student iS to be a bar rister while Henry the youngest is a school boy whose heart is set on theepaulets of a British army of ficer With the exception of Francis who spent most of his summer at his desk in New York the sons spent the last three months with Sir Esme and Lady Isabella at their summer home just outside Washing ton Iowa Class Work to Be Broadcast Over University Station IOWA CITY Sept recitations and general discussions all of the speaking proceedings of the classroom in two University of Iowa courses will be broadcast by station WSUI beginning Sept23 it was announced Thursday Prof Sam B Sloanscourse in the English novel and Prof Charles C Wylies general astronomy course are the ones which will be thrown open to the radio audience The station will broadcast the as tronomy courso Monday Wednes day and Friday at 11 oclock and the novel and Thurs day at the same time Each of the periods will contoinue for 50 min utes Microphones at central points about each class room will pink up every word said during the class period The plan was used for the first time here during the summer sessions second term when u course in short story offered by Prof Frank L Mott went on the air By registering with the extension division it will be possible for lis teners to receive regular university I credit for completion of work in ei ther course Long distance students will receive supplementary mater ial and will do their reading and writing as if they actually present in the classroom In the English novel work stu dent will consider the writings of leading eighteenth and nineteenth century authors The astronomy course is nonmathematical and de signed to give a general knowledge of the subject Much New Paving to Be Laid in Johnson IOWA CITY Sept 1G Near ly 17 miles of pavingscheduled to he laid on Johnson county secondary roads next year as part of a six year surfacing program probably will be delayed until after 1931 as a result of the ruling on the Bergman sec ondary road law by Attorney Gen eral John Fletcher Unless Johnson county Issues an ticipatory warrants next year against the construction fund it will be forced to delay surfacing un til after the 1931 legislature meets Dr Horace S Beemer J C FKNN15Y BUILDING EXTRACTION SPECIALIST Gas and Block Anesthesia XRAY OF TEETH Population Decreases in Roclcford Teachers Depart for Positions ROCKFORD Sept of the Rpckford young people have left within the past few days to teach in schools and colleges The liat includes Miss Mattie Tip pett who teaches in the university at Granville Ohio Miss Orpha Helm at Eureka College Eureka 111 and Hubert Helm Janesville Miss Gladys Hellman Madrid Miss Helen Baldock Globe Ariz Misa Grace Tippett Joliet II Alice Tippett Bcmidji Minn Misa Martha Fullerton Minneapolis Minn Miss Clara Van Deest Law ier Mifs Johanna Thielc Nora Springs and Miss Maude Martens Greene Kenneth Lorenz 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