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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 19, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                TWO MANY SEEKING LIBRARY BOOKS With Opening of Schools Traveling Library Is Swamped DBS MO1NES Sept 19 annual rush for stata owned books has started and Miss Julia Robinson superintendent of the statetraveling library and her staff of assistants are awamped beneath the orders aa schools open A banner season Is expected In the state traveling library Miss told the United Frew to day not only because of the usual increase in demands as work of the library i ts learned thru the state but because of the exhibit at the state fairand the library main tained In the 4H girls club dormi tory Belief that members of girls 4H efabs would be too busy to do any reading during their week at the fair was blasted this year Mlsa Rob inson said when for the first time a library was established in the dor mitory girls spent as much time ad Usual Vowing exhibits and giving demonstrations but they found much time for reading she saidand the library wasone of the moat places on the ground for Thebiggest rush in the state traveling Cbrary occurs In October Mim Robinson said The opening ot schools which account for much of the forbooks and the re tumionbrinal life of Iowacitizens after a summer of vacations and other interruptions of rou tine ex istence mean that outgoing malls from the historical building base ment itravelinglibrary is tremendously Ypung Italians See Homeland In Summer Months ROUE annual pU grimage of thousands of children of Italian parents resident abroad has begun By September more than 15000children will hava come from most of the countries of Europe and from the United States to spend a few weeks atthe sea or mountain resorts ofItaly There were 4800 youngsters for the first period of They came from countries as far distant is Europe as soviet Russia youngsters areguests in colo nies operated by the WomensFascl the BaJllia fascist organization of and tfi e National Organiza tion for Maternity and Infancy The ministries of foreign affairs and of communications are active in seeing that the children are transported chsf ge Thesa1 groups of youngstersare organized by the chapters of the fascUtpartyj abroad Petrified Tongues to Be Identified Are at Mowa City Laboratory IOWA OCTY Sept petrified tongues believed to be of buffalo and discovered In a gravel pit near Anthon Wood barycounty will be sent to the Unl verslty of correct identifi cationit was learned here Accordingtoreports frbni the place pr discovery the tongues were foundliiapiie one on top ptsrnoUi with a substance simUasVtowhite parchment f icatipn thetongues mtacj with eyen the veins on both sidejj yjsible ItIsbelieved that therelics soon will received by Prof university paleontologist i whose scrutiny wlll definitely Vldentlfj T GLOBEvGAZETTE ANOTHER ROOSEVELT IN OFFICE Col Theodore Roosevelt right son of thelato breslijerit con fers withSecretary of War James W Good at Washington prior to assuming post in Porto JUcn as governorgeneral ENVIRONMENT IS LARGEST FACTOR Psychologist Attacks Those Who Are Supporters of Behaviorism ST LOUIS Sept 10 vironmentl during the adolescence period is the chief factor in deter mining whether anindividual de velops into a right or wrong a good orbad adult according to the con clusions of Dr Sidney I Schwab and Dr Bbrden S Veeder Dr Schwab professor of neurol ogy and Dr Vecder professor of clinical pediatrics of Washington Jnlversity of Medic hie here are the oint authors Of The Adolescent ustoff the press Not Early life It Is not the first fiveyears of a childslife as has frequently been stated by the behavioristic school of sychologywhichleaves themost adolescence th se t id rth7 v In adolescence areOaiddownithc uture patterns of personal conduct the kind and variety of intellectual icquisition the receptive capacity to deas and the possibilities of a spirit of tolerance of a sense of justice andfair treatment itis argued Form Personality There are a few of the building stones of character and of future lersonal possibilities It Is the weld ng together of these potential per sonal assets which end in the estab ishment of the completed person ality of the adult It is true that some of the threads leadfar back nto the preadolescentvpeiiod but t that they are not firmlys grounded there butthat they are su aceptibie of jnodifIc atlon aiid strengthening at the adolesccut peridd If theyhave had no chakce earlier to become rooted In the character soil of the child they or their equlv Aux3iaty At Clarion Elects New Officers CLARION Sept ular meeting of the American Le gton auxiliarythis weekthe fol lowing elected for th ensuing year Mrs J H Sams president Hrsi Homer Calkins firs vies president Bessie McGrath etc president Mrs Louis Por Margaret Eddy trMUHirer and Mrs Orville Hoyl 1 JPrahlt Porter and Mrai parry Caaipbell committee Plans also made for the annua partyto be given for the Legion oh Armistice day Committees for th coming year will beannounced a the October meeting Nashua High School Selectee SfASHUA Sept Petecs musical director In th Nashua public schools hasjnade th f oliowing select ions of pupUs for h quartets Girls quartet Margaret Stualke Lucile Roach Maxine Speedlirig Wtnefred Grawe Luma Tegler anc Bertha Baumbach Boys Richard Steele Robert Morris John Kepple anc Marlon HuritleylMixed quartet MargaretStuelke Maxlfle Speed ling Otho knight Edward Staley Luclle Roach Erma Russell John Kepple Marion Huntley Sfoaopoly of Veterans ANGORA Turkey Sept 18 Disabled war veterans In Turkey have been given exclusive rights to seJlthe republics 16 state monopo lies This project will make disabled soldiers the sole vendors of sugar gasoline matches salt cards gramophone records alcohol nine other commodities olized by the state alents have at the adolescentphase a chance to be once hiore planted Howard County Teachers Hold Annual Institute CRBSCO Sept from towi andcountry schools of Howard county to the number of 125 wlllhold their annual county institute in the assembly rooms of the Crescq high school Sept 19 anil 20 under the airection of Miss Zinii Fessendenj county superintendent 1 A preliminary meeting was held the previous Saturdaywhen 90 of the 92 rural teachers of the county were presentfor the purpose of dis cussing plans for the years work arid distributing necessary material instruction blanks arid library books Of tlie above number 25 are new teachers this being their first year of teaching experience and an showingmarked interest and ca pability Pecorsh Boy Is Burned f Gas Glbthihg TbECDRAH S eptV 1J9 Mayn Urd I Anderson son of Mr and Mrs An drew Anderson on Mechanic street was badly burned A match caught fire in his clothes which were saturated with His 1 back was burned badly He was lighting a cigaret when the accident happened Observes Anniversary DXIBUQtrE 19 Johns of Dubuque is the seventyfiftH anni versary of its founding this week with a series ofapecisaservices The Rev G A Fandrey of Chicago president Synodthe Rev G Bergstraesser of Avoca Nebr and the Rev Otto Wlike of Madison Wis are among outof state speakers our new car will be worth more a year Every month it becomes more want the sweep of power the smoothness the thrillingaccel thttiislincihK of the Eight In dght key stitu newcar regjjtrauons for the first monthj of thu showed a go per cent increase ip Eights above f Sixci above JIodo decreased 16 1 Studebaker offers thiree great lines of Eights that hold more American stoclc car records for speed andttamini ban all bthei mates combinedEights of brilliant per formanceeconomicalas1 the thriftiest Sixesi So su prerhely ahead ofthe times that public response already has made Studebaker the largest inaker of Eights in the world Whyno get an smart new Studebalcr EightEnjoy it today and have a tar that will be worth rtnore ayear ftom Eights will then be at a preminm in used ca market glutted with Sires TUDEBAKER T Dictator Eight Sedan is 1235 Commander Eight Sedan 1475 Ij President Eight Sedan I H Pricuattbifactory NORTH IOWA MOTOR CO BONES BRITTLE HE FALLS AGAIN Billy Neuhart Ohio Boy Has Been Victim of 36 Fractures BELLAIRE Ohio Septl9 UP Neuhart was late in answer ing the school bellthis fall And who at the age of 13 has suf fered total of 35 fractured bones had planned to be present the very first day The day Before school opened legs gave out from under him causing him to falland frac ture both prevl he fell and fractured four ribs 3eei wontget to go to school now Billy cried when he learned hii limbs were broken Sincehe was 14 months oldBilly haij been the victim of accidents This is the second time he has frac tured both legs Thefirst time he wasbedfast for several months it was during this siege the lad re ceived more than 50000 letters cards telegrams and packages from all parts of the linited States and several foreign countries Will Not Attend KEOKUK Sept tary of War Jaines W Good has notified the committee in charge of the old Estes house dedication to be held here Oct 1 and 2 that he will be unable to attend He was to have given a speech at the National cemetery Cotton Pickers Display Prayer on Side of Car RADMORE Okla 19 UP truck Joad of men andwomeu transient workers here for the cot ton picking season displayed the following legend on the side of their car O God of Heaven we pray Thee to give us strength to attend strict ly to our own business Our Father we plead with Thee to help us let the pther fellows business alone in its eritiretyl Amen Woden Students Have Modem Schoolhouse WODEN Sept start ed here Wednesday in a riewschgol house which was just completed The faculty for the coming year consists of Superintendent Zwald of Sioux Cityninth and tenth grades Miss Gertrude liudeklng of Woden sixth seventh and eighth grades Miss Evelyn Frederickson of Woden third fourth and fifth grades and Misa Ruth Gale of Garner first and second grades 109 So Delaware Avc 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