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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 16, 1929, Mason City, Iowa SEPTEMBER 16 1929 CITY GLOBEGAZETTE BETTER BRAN FLAKES IN EVERY WAY TRY KeUoggs Pep Bran Flakes iThey have that delicious flavor of PEP which is so inviting And they stay unusually crisp in milk or cream the last spoonful But theres more than flavor and extra crispness You get the food elements and mineral salts of the wheat Plus just enough bran to be mildly laxative A good food for old and young Let the children eat all they want Ideal for their evening meal Grocers everywhere sell these bet ter bran flakes in the redandgreen package Made by Kellogg in Battle Creek PEP Bran Flakes Kellogg 100 bran and guarm teed to relieve constipation 3RAN FLAKES for the BIDES Modern diamond ring creations in a magnifi cent array Values were never greater Open a charge ex tra charge for credit here of Today Convenient Time Payments The Joanne Helene Charmingly designed dia mond ring creation mounting of 18K solid white gold Generously sized bluewhite gem A square set center dia mond is adorned oh cither side by a smaller diamond that rivals the center stone in beauty 5 Stone Diamond Band For September Brides Five diamonds in a handcarved wedding band oE 18K solid white gold Open a charge account for this superspecial Convenient Time Payments BUILDING SLACK IN MIDDLE WEST Statistics on Nine States Shows Decrease of 4 Per Cent DES MOINES Sept 1 4 Buildingcontracts in the central west embracing the states of Illi nois Indiana Iowa Wisconsin Michigan Missouri Kansas Okla homa and Nfcbraska for the mouth of August aggregated 5153170800 a decrease of four per cent over the July figure and a decrease eight per cent over the figure of August 1928 This information was gleaned from the monthly construction MC orcj received here today from the F W Dodge corporation Declined Four Per Cent A pronounced decline was shown in the 37 states east of the Rocky mountains the report revealed the months volume of business amount ing to a decline of 25 per cent over the July figures This is a decline of four per cent over the figure for August 1928 New work reported as contem plated in the 37 states durmg Aug ust totaled an increase of 37 per cent over the preceding1 month and an increase of seven per cent over the corresponding month of last year The important classes in tho con struction record for the contra dis trict were or 29 per cent of all construction for residen tial buildings 540107000 or 20 per cent for public works and util ities for industrial buildings for commer cial buildings and 10259900 for educational buildings Increase Over July New construction started in the central western states during Aug ust aggregated This total represents an increase of four per cent over July of Ibis year and a decrease of 13 per cent over Aug ust of 192S Since the first of the year now construction in the dis trict amounted to ai compared with for the corresponding period in 1923 Contracts awarded during the first eight months of this year amounted to as com pared 54545270100 for the corresponding period of last year in toe 37 states east of the rookies LIBRARIANS TO PLAN MEETING Announce Change of Dates for State Convention in Des Moines Des Moines Sept 1C for the annual meeting of the Iowa Library association have Deen fixed as Oct 14 15 and 16 at Hotel Fort Des Moines Des Moines instead or Oct 15 16 and 17 as previously set Miss Julia Robinson secretary an nounced today The first day will be devoted to registration visits to the plants of publishers and libraries and in af ternoon teas In the evening the convention will be called to order by President Charles H Brown librar ian of Iowa State college Ames who will deliver an address There will also be addresses of welcome by a Des Moines city official and a response Tuesday Oct 15 will embrace the business sessions at which officers i will be elected and reports read I roundtable discussions and an eve ning meeting at which speakers for the ParentTeachers association the State Federation of Womens clubs The Iowa State Teachers associ ation and the Iowa Farm Bureau Bederation will be presented The county library will be one of the principal topics for discussion October 16 Speakers at the fore noon session include John F Will ard New York research assistant for the American Association for Adult Education and W F Crum lin professor of rural sociology North Dakota agricultural college During the afternoon the librar ians attending the convention will be guests of Des Moines Womens clubs with Mrs May Lamberton Becker New York author of the Readers Guide Book and literary reviewer of the York Evening Post as principal speaker In the evening the annual banquet has been arranged with numerous speakers not yet announced FIVE AD VENTURES END English Publisher Transforms Island Into Bird Paradise TOBAGO West Indies Sept 16 island of Little Tobago eleven miles from this port has be come the only bird of paradise in the world This small island of less than 500 acres attracted the attention some years ago of Sir William Ing ham former proprietor of the Lon don Illustrated News He conceived tho idea of making it a paradise for birds of every aire and description and imported a largo number of birds of paradise which have thrived and miiltipllel in their new surroundings On the death of Sir William the island went to Lady Jngham for life On her death In October Sir Herbert Jngham and Mr Bruce Ingham came into the property Later they expressed the wish to convey the fsland to the king and to rename it Injjham Island The government of Tobago and Trinidad arranged to provide for and pre serve he birds Food and water have Hnce been carried rrgularly to the island The birds are increas ing in numbers rapidly JC3 Pltala Afterhaving been kidnapped from his homo in New London Conn sought for In several European countries and found in far off Danzig1 Jan Cap Jr returned to eager parents who met his boat in Brooklyn HANCOCK COUNTY LISTS PEDAGOGS AH Rural Schools Are in Session Attendance Is Large GARNER Sept In the rural schools of Hancock county given by Supt J R Baggs are as follows Seven In Amsterdam Amsterdam townsliiprTrena Van der Ploeg Alga Kalvig Ruth Lar son Nellie Duncan Nora Eliason Claretta Bilbrey Nettie Larson Avery Buss Bachman Esther Harberts Bridget Nolan Mrs Amelia Hemen way Loney L Kroeger Edith Half pop Bingham Doege Schwantjc Loeschen Louise Buns BlancheTwedt Anna Rieken Her man Naefqe Cora Rieken Frances Ward Boone Wallen Thelma Moe Thressa Moe Leno O Anderson lone FinchMary Met tille Six In Britt Britt Cos griff Ella Jacobson Minerva Ryd son Kathleen Graves Marguerite Ormsby Dorothy Trulson Concord Ander son Lila Rose OShana Hazel Nes bit Bertha Gorath Crystal Bagnc Helen Tyson Nelson Ell TSdna Smith Mildred Hampel Hallie Greiman Bertha Johnson Marie Carson Lu cille OBrien Dora Swanson Ellington Bo man Luella Lewis Mayme Bakken Stella Nelson Mildred Anderson Helen E Olson Lillian Wetterline Hazel Kester Erin V Swan son Julia Blanshan Tena Jacobson Rose Ormsby Norma Stromer Ge neva Hanan Annette Koch Lucille Mick Garfield Cos person Meta Lemke Evelyn Waller Arlcne Upmeyer Mabel McMahon Josephine Lawler Nino Ira Liberty Liberty Goll Viola Lackore Eleanor Truitt Mario Dusenberg Mabel Schaefer Normd Lcnz Donald Carson Feme Stille Dalia Stromer Madison Hylen Evelyn Nelson Margaret Smith Agnes Jones Peck Eulalia Schmidt Alice Morrissey DeLIIa Lenz Magor Harvey Hankins Selma Michelson Laura Kirchgatter Shirley Lewis Mary Klasse Esther Lamuth Orthel Peter son Auty Wood Esther DeBoer Kathryn Hauptly Mary Gahan Lil lian McDermott CharlotteMuliin Lucille Gahan Twin Lake township Edith Haupt Bernico Tanner Nleman Gladys Peterson Lula Wilkins Agnes Fuller Robbins Mrs Erith Berhow Leona Stole BUTLER COUNTY HAS SENT 26 TO STATE CAPITOL Alonzo Converse Was One of First to Serve in Legislature ALLISON 3ept 26 names from Butler county on the scroll at the state house iu Des Moines the county has been well represented during the 83 years that Iowa has been organized as a state One of the legislators from Butler William I Atkinson of Clarksville served as speaker of the House of Representatives duringthe Thirty sixth session Served Before War First among the Butlerltes to reach prominence politically was Alonzo Converse New Hartford He was elected to the House of Repre sentatives In 1862 He also served an extra session Followingthe Civil war he again entered politics this tlma as a senator and served during the sessions of 1872 and 1874 His successor as representative from district in which Butler county is located was Willis A Lathrop Butler Center Lathrop served for only one of 1864 Of the 24 legislators from Butler fIvo have been from the town of Clarksville four from Parkersburg four from New Hartford and two each from Apllngton Greene and Shell Rock Bristow Allison and Union Ridge each have been repre sented by one man Six were Senators Six of Butter countys lawmakers have achieved the honor of state sonatorship Their names are W E Evans Parkersburg Charles Gates Greene J M Ramsey Clarksville Alonzo Converse New Hartford John P Wade Aredale and Alvln M Whaley Aplington and R S Smith Parkersburg The names of those who have served the district in the House of Representatives are as follows C A L Roszell Clarksville S W Soesbe Greene Lorenzo D Tracey New Hartford Matthew M Trum bull Clarksville Elwood Wilson Shell Rock William I Atkinson Clarksville Stanley Conn Parkers burg C T Coonley Brlatow John A Cousin New Hartford Samuel B Diimont Union Ridge R B Eckles Apllngton M P Edwards Parkers burg Charles Gates Greene James A Guthrie New Hartford Willis A Lathrop Butler Center O L Mead Shell Rock John Palmer Clarks ville Henry C Brown Union Ridge and W G Ladd Clarksville SOON TO RETIRE frttiPhoto Manuel Quezon president of Philippinesenate and leaderIn fight for Philippine indcpond enco will soon retire frompub lic life becauseofill health BLUE EARTH HAS LARGE FACULTY Schoof Ready to Swing Into Third Week With Staff of 30 BLtlE EARTH Minn Sept Tho city schools here opened Sept 2 Instructors are Mildred Ross Miriam Pratt Florence Owens Jo sephine Anderson Judith Glanc Luella Bell Elsie Martin Eunice Anderson Armella Ryan Irene Buggy Marian Carr Adah PetersHenri ctta Ryan Florence Gorton Gene va Halvorsen Amelia Olson Mar garet Garry Lilah Askral Adolph Knudsen Harold Harm andRuth Rodman Florence Kibbs Alvin Williams Helen Zimmerman Alice Gilbert son Mildred Olson Dorothy Foss Helen Hadlick Magdalen Gossler Marian Drake and Hazel Larson North Iowa Synod To Convene At Rockwell For 75th Convention ROCKWELL Sept 16 The North Iowa synodical convention of the German Lutheran church will be held at Rockwell this week Tues day Wednesday and Thursday This session of the synod is held in com memoration of its seventyfifth an niversary aswell as its being the usual annual business meeting The first days session will be of a religious nature and the last two days devoted to business Themorn ing sessiona will be opened at If oclock and those of the afternoon at oclock The Rev W F Mueller Is the 13 cnl pastor of St Peters church and is making active preparations for the convention and entertainment of the nearly 100 pastors and dele gates that are expected to be pres ent The general public is invited to attend any or all of the meetings of the assembly Fresliman Class at Lake Mills Larger Than Was Expected LAKE MILLS Sept en rollment at the Lake Mills public school is now completed with rnore than 500 students registered The high school enrollment is 180 The freshmen class numbers 63 as compared with 35 last year There are 33 in the tenth grade 46 in the eleventh and 30 in the grad uating class Two are doing post graduate work High school students have shown a decided interest iu commercial subjects The normal training department has its average enrollment of 25 students The faculty at the school Is as follows O A Rusley superintendent Elva Fordyce principal Fred Bliss agriculture Raymond Thompson history and coaching Minnie Narum critic teacher and second grade Holga Kleppe mathematics Agnes Michaelson English Hilda Martzahn English Laura Ridge home economics Lee Julander commercial Aletha Gaddis physics and math matlcs Alfhild Boc music Nettie Price penmanship seventh and eighth department Dan Grummon seventh and eighth department Edna Sacrison seventh and eighth department Emelia Hovick sixth grade Edith Nelson fifth grade Vera Sorenson fourth grade Estello Arnold third grade Esther Boelhje first grade Marjorie Reynolds kindergarten Those in charge of the outside activities are Miss Boc Glee clubs Miss Fordyce declamatory Miss Martzahn debate Miss Kleppe mill wheel Mr Grummon or chestra Mr Thompson boy ath Ictica Miss Michaelson girls ath letics Mr Julander Boy Scouts Onion Crop May Be Held Growers Hope for Higher Markets CRYSTAL LAKE Sept potato and onion growers are now busy harvesting their crops altho some early potatoes were sold at ap proximately 51 a bushel Potatoes have come up and are reported to bo now from J125 to a bushel No onions have yet been sold In talk among the growers of hold ing their onions until spring Algona Veterinarian Plans Small Hospital ALGONA Sept L W Fox has purchased the office quar ters which he has occupied for the last several years Dr Fox will a brick building 01 the site year It will be eoijipped with fln operating room for small nnlmaln such us doea and cats QUANDAHL MAN OPERATES MILL Has Only Custom Woolen Factory in Northern Iowa DECORAH Sept last of the little Costum Woolen Milla in northeastern Iowa and perhaps in the state is that of N M Folke dahl on Bear Creek hear Quandahl It is in Winneshiek county about one mile west of the Allamakeo county line In Highland township It has now run winter and sum mer for about 60 years This part of Winneshiek county and also of the west part of Allamakee is rough and hilly ad Is well arapted to sheep raising Every farmer haa a flock of sheep which produce a great amount of wool and It is us ually marketed with Mr Folkedahl who converts it into all kinds of woolen goods The old building Is of rough rock quarried nearby Fine machinery is found in the building to conform with tho work Mr Folkedahl works the mill all alone except for occa sional help from his two sons who take care of the farm His carding and spinning go In an agricultural setting not unlike Eur ope while a largepart of his busi ness comeB from Iowa and Minneso ta from 30 to 50 miles around Mr Folkedahl often gets shipments of wool from the Dakotas and has had shipments from California and Ten nessee Estherville Hospital Is Sold To Lutherans ESTHERVILLE Sept and Mrs R C Cdleman who have operated a private hospital here for a number of years have sold the property they have developed to the Concordla Lutheran hospital associ ation according to an announce ment made here today The Con cordia association Is supported by the Missouri and Iowa Synods of the German Lutheranchurch and the Norwegian Swedish and Danish Lutheran churches with a radius of 25 miles The property sold at Will Study Poultry Sanitation Meeting Will Be Held Soon FOREST CITY Sept County Agent H C Aaberg of Win nebago county announces a poultry sanitation study meet to be held al the courthouse Forest City Wednes daySept 18 Guy Thomas state dairy and foot inspector will give a summary of the laws of Iowa aridcity ordinances of New York and Chicago which have a vital Infldence on poultry production methods W D Termohlen of the state ox tentlorT service will discuss poultrv marketing problems1 He willAlso discuss common poultry and the new Iowa poultry nanKstlun program An interestng exhirtlt er poultry good for marktt and unfit for market is being prepared by State Inspector Guy Thomas State Superintendent Will Address Teachers Over College Station DBS MOINES Sept 16 Alms and progress of Iowa public schools will be explained In a of talks over radio station WOt sponsored by the State Teachers as sociation Miss Agnes Samuelson state superintendent of public in struction will inaugurate the pro gram tonight at 5 TO oclock with a discussion of Tho New School Year Charles F Pye secretary of tho State Teachers association also will speak briefly Hilda Kathryn Schultz contralto and Lucille Cocti rane pianist will furnish music Educational methods have Im proved so rapidly officials said here today that the general public is not cognizant of what the schools arc doing Enrollment in Rural High School Is High SWEA CITY Sept high school an inland community consolidated school southwest rC here is reporting the righest enroll ment in high schoolin the history of the school There are 50 enrolled this year Thesis an unusuallv large number offluiUon pupils The enrollment in the gradesis 90 Go THE LOGICAL STOKE FOR COATS Look For This LABEL TOWN SPORTS and TRAVEL COATS i Others up to Featuring the very new dressmaker modes in Deauville Tweeds Llama Camels Hair and Beaverwool with detailed elaboration larger and more flattering collars new subtle color ings all adding their quota of femininity Raccoon Badger Beaver Eclipse Wolf Platinum Wolf arc among the flirs that trim various models There are coats smartly without fur included Youll find each model 1 most unexpected value Wear a Woolart Exclusive but not higli priced
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