Mason City Globe Gazette, September 19, 1929, Page 5

Mason City Globe Gazette

September 19, 1929

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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 19, 1929, Mason City, Iowa SEPTEMBER 19 MASON JlTtf FIVE WES CHIMES TO RING ON OCT 6 Largest Carillon in Middle West Will Be Played by Anton Brees AMES Sept Iowa will be invtreu to listen to the opening program of the StaiUon Carillion Which will ring out from the Cam panile at Iowa State college at 1 oclock Sunday Oct G Thirtysix bells 26 of which have just been imported from England and Installed in the Campanile will he played from a keyboard ov clavier ty Anton Brees interna tionally famous as a cariMonneur During the winter months Mr Brees plays the carillon at the Singing Tower at Mountain Lake Fla built as a memorial by Edward Bok The opening concert will be broadcast over WOI the college radio station There will be no dedi catory other than the music of the bells since it is an ticipated that visitors will want to liear the bells from various points of the campus rather than in group The first set of 10 bells was given to the college in 1899 by Edgar W Stanton dean of the junior college as a memorial to his first vife Mar garet McDonald Stanton When Dean Stanton died in 1920 he pro vldecj in his will for a memorial ti himself leaving it to his heirs t recommend what form the memoria should take They recommended to the state board of education the in stallation of additional bells in the Campanile The two gifts of Dean Stanton total 530000 Takes Honors in Rifle Matches Bradford Wiles 14 youngest member it tlm Chicago interna tional rifle team iiiudc the highest scoro in the junior rifle matches at Camp Perry Ohio Clarion Schools Will Have Two Large Bands CLARION Sept 19 Clarion schools are to have two bands this year a high school band anil a grade school band Last year there were about 30 members In the band high school and grade school com bined and this year It is expected to dave that many In each band A special room has been provided for the band this year in the junior col lege building and Lee J Stewart the band instructor will give daily Individual instruction Rehearsals will also be held in the band room and the two bands will appear at pep meetings football basketball and wrestling meets Kansas Delegation Will Inspect Coop At Rockwell Monday ROCKWELL Sept A Holman president of the local Tanners Cooperative society mot vith a few of the businessmen Tuesday evening and made the an nouncement that next Monday 25 prominent citizens of Kan ias would visit Rockwell to pro ure information relative to farm irs cooperative grain buying and marketing The visiting delegation will com prise prominent farmers railway officials and business men of Kan sas headed by the governor of the state and will arrive in Mason City it about oclock Monday morn ng and will proceed from there by automobiles to Rockwell inspecting he Schermerhorn farm enroute Rockwell is known as the home of he first successful farmers coop erative society in the United Staler and Cerro Gordo is the only countj in the state to be visited by the Kansas delegation Swiss Edelweiss Doomed by Ravages of GENEVA Sept 19 fUPjiEdol weiss Jthe f amousJSwiss mountain tlon due chietly to the ravages of tourists Several Alpine regions where tb plant formerly flourished have re ported that It is now very rare Edelweiss does not spread rapidlj even under normal conditions A Bavarian botanist estimated recently that in a certain mountain area there were 26000 roots o edelweiss In 1920 At the end o 1928 he said only 600 remained Garner Children Are Taking Band Lessons In Their Schoolm GARNER Sept adde hase in music in the Garner school his year has made a promising start In addition to the usual vocal nstruction from a specialist who las in the past given all of the al oted time to singing John Kopecky of Mason City is spending a full day and evening in band and orches tra work here A studio has been partitioned off in the third story of the grade ichool plastered and painted where in the day time groups are taught according to their ability The work begins with the sixth grade In the evening a junior and a senior orchestra and a band re hearse Sixty Garner pupils are tak ing the instrumental work Mr Ko pecky does the same work three days a week in the Clear Lake school and one day in Plymouth FAYETTE KITCHEN TOURS ARE HELD Model Kitchens Are Inspect ed by Farm Women Near West Union WEST UNION Sept citcliens of Fayette county farm ivomen are being invaded this week by dozens of Farm Bureau women and some of the men to see how someone else does It It In this case meaning what color scheme has used whether the room is well lighted Is conveniently arranged for working spaces and if there is adequate storage places Whether in kitchens of the future in Fayette county will all be tan and green or grey and blue remains to be seen for those were favorite colors with the farm women of tlie West Union neighborhood whlcii were visited on Tuesday Miss Fannie Gannon specialist in home management of the Iowa State college at Ames and Miss Ger aldine Brainard home demonstru tion agent of Fayette county con ducted the tour Mrs Mary BricUly reporter for the Cedar Rapids Gazette and Miss Eleanor Baur home economics edi tor for Wallaces Farmer were pres ent yesterday on the first days tour Wednesdays tour will Vie for the Arlington women with visits to the homes of Mrs E D James Mrs N J Leamon Mrs Frank Seeley Mrs Louis Nus Mrs Charles Culver VTrs A J Koehler and Mrs Will lincoln Thursdays tour will go to he homes of Mrs Charles Burkhart VIrs Art Meyerhoff Mrs Georgi Wittenburg Mrs Martin Potratz tfrs Fred Leyh Mrs Ferdman Zum mack Mrs Fred Klammer Mrs Pom Maddigan and Mrs David Cross in the Hawkeye community Scouts at Cresco Hold First Meeting of Yeai Farm Crops Class at Buffalo Center Works CENTER Sept Members of the farm crops class of tie Buffalo Center high school held a weed identification demonstration at the Costigran garage here Satur day Ralph Ankeny was the high point man of the identification con test when he named 22 of the 30 weeds exhibited Clark Mechem vo cational agriculture teacher in the Buffalo Center high school hns started the weed study this fall as one of the future farm projects CRESCO Sept troops of Cresco Scou held their firs meeting of the season Monday eva ning with Scoutmaster Will Owens the other scoutmaster George G McCuistion being under quarantin and unable to be present Among various plans discusse for the years activities were tbos connected with the special policir of the school grounds Mayor H G Addie has given certain Boy Scout authority to stand guard in front o the high school grounds to protec the pupils from the traffic on th streets at the opening and closing o school hours Fridays tour will be near Oelwein vhere the homes of Mrs Henry ienniges Mrs B F Warnke Mrs Frank Schmidt Mrs Harold Jami son Mrs Pearl Schneider Mrs Frank Baker and Mrs Al Parker will be visited Nashua Council Hires Cop for Protection of Many School Children NASHUA Sept to so many auto accidents happening on Highway No 218 and some within the city limits and because the public schools are located so that th school children must cross the high way the city council here will place a traffic policeman in the vicinity Five Oil Stations Are Operating in Titonka TITONKA Sept new Standard Oil station built by Mr Roba of Lakota Is opening up for business the last of this week It will be in charge of Dewey Hutchia son local young man This is the third oil station for Titonka and pumps are maintained by the two garages 1 Old Gold tobaccos are naturally good they do not require artificial treatment When meat or fish or fowl has to be made good by artificial flavoring or sauces let your stom ach beware Beware also of tobaccos that have to rely on artificial treatment OLD GOLD tobaccos are naturally good made honeysmooth and free of throat scratch by Mother Nature herself By the violet rays of natural sunshine not by artificial treatment More than three million smokers have changed to this smoother and better cigarette No other cigarette ever won so great a fanfamily in so short a space of time Try a package and youll know why OP Lorlllnrd Co letter Tobaccos make them smoother and better with not a cough in a carload OJ your Rudlo OLD WH1TEMAN HOUR Pnul Whilcman irh his complete orchestra every Tuesday 1 to 10PM Eastern DayllAlit SavlnitTlmn I No Longer Have an Expensive Foot The men in our organization are trained fitting experts If we cant fit you we wont sell you If we sell you com fort we know we have you for a regular patron You know I used to have the greatest difficulty in getting a proper fitting shoe Salesmen told me I had an expensive foot But I discov ered Damons carry Red Cross Shoes for to They insist on fitting your foot they have enough sizes in stock with which to doit I think Ill go there too I like the style of your shoe very much Every smart style is shown in Da mons Shoes that come in widths from extra narrow to extra wide Its a shoe that will give you great service and comfort DamonIgou Co Your Way is the Coach Way No matter where and when you are going you will do better to avail yourself of our iine coach transportation Swift depend able inexpensive and comfortable The smart way to travel Use our convenient bus service when go ing to the Dairy Cattle Congress Sept 30 to Oct 6 Red Ball Transportation Co Phone 174 Mason City HAT BOX ALE Fancy hat boxes given FREE with each hat purchase Friday and Saturday Newest Styles to Our entire stock is fresh and uptotheminute Announcment New fall and winter suitings and over coatings are now in stock These woolens and worsteds are in the latest patterns and colors both foreign and domestic We also handle made to measure suits and overcoats priced at up To tliose ivho ivisli Ion or prioctl imidci from new woo fabrics ihls Is an opportunity 1o buy really satisfactory garments ut reasonable price JO Phone 115S Merchant Tailor 405 N Federal Ave Changes 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