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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 5, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                SIX MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE OCTOBER 5 1929 JEFFERSON P T A CLOSES MEMBERSHIP CAMPAIGN Second Grade Is Awarded in Cash Association Roll Totals 139 After Drive of Three f Weeks iFortytwo members of the Jeffer BOii ParentTeachers association at theschool building Fri day for a program and buainessi meeting The affair was in the na ture ofa reception in honor of the teachers Interest in the meeting was con centrated on the report of the mem bership campaign which has been carried oh by children of the school for the past threeiweks re sult the membership of the group which stood at 33 at the beginning pfthe yearnowtotals 139 ing 84 fathers Only seven mothers of pupils of the school have uot joined the associatbn The second grade student won a cash bringing in the greatest numbers of newmembers 1 The progranv Included a talk on habits tiy Mrs William Peterson 1 and a vocal solo by Miss Lucille Long with Mrs C A Anderson at the piano A feature of the tamment was a treasurehunt The company was divided Into groups of nine each group headed by a teacher and the leader was to re receive the prize The clews led the contestants all over the neighbor hood A L Lakes group weie first to reach the goal and Mrs iJake received the booty a winter bouquet in a large basket The company returned to the schoolwhere a luncheon was served in the dining room which pro fusely with flowers Mra W A Carter president of the P T A council spoke on the community chest during the meeting The committee included Mra Liewis Koran Mrs O A Merkel MrsM O Dalvey Mrs F K Pres ton Mrs C E Hitphcock and Mrs C H Kirsch The next meeting to be held in November will be la charge of the fathers THERESA McCORMrCK WEDS CHARLES FONCTN Oct Wednes day evening occurred the marriage of tfheresavMcCormick and Charles Ppncta the James McCormick home near Clarion the ceremony read by the Rev H O Spel man The bride was attended by Elizabeth Russell and the bride groom by Clifford Soren The bride is a daughter of Mr Mrs James McCormick farm ers near Clarion She is a Club Women First Meeting he Mrs Fird coin township Mr and Mrs winleft immediately after the ceremony for a wedding trip to Minneapolis They willmake their on the Poncin farm in Lincoln township near Clarion v Soutpftown guests at the wed ding were Mr and Mrs Charles Ctovisler of Webster City and Mr Mrs Bert MIchels of Fort Dodge Adolescent Period i Should Not Make J Child a Stranger t By AUtOE JITDSON PEALEl jAdolescence we hear is the time stress the period when hitherto and exemplary chlldren be come suddenly obstreperous and un poedictable when every situation is loaded with dynamite It is a period for which we are told to prepare ourselves with extra wisdom and ex trii patience JCertainiylt is obvious that these years must be difficult for a uum bar of reasons both physical and psychological And yet It seems to me that we approach its problems wfth an excess of trepidation with the mistaken feeling that they are wfrolly different from all theother problems of childhood adolescent does not become one overnight Adolescence is a phase of growth gradually ap proached and as gradually left be hindWhat a child is as an adolfis cejit is but the outcome of what ne has been thru all the years before Your adolescent was your baby your toddler and your school boy long before he reached this reputed dangerous age Its difficulties are acute only when the difficulties of the yeara before have been unwisely handled The parent wise enough to foster In dependebce in her little one is faced with no rebellion from the high school boy or girl who Is seeking his emancipation from parental lean ing atrbags The parent who has tried all along todevelbp in her child judgment and good taste will have less cause to be shocked and grieved when her chil dren set out upon the gay pursuits of youth than that mother whose child has always toed the line whose obedience has been blind obe dience to authority The preparation for the time of stress is found in all the years that go before Two Boys at Iowa City jAccept Commissions in United States Reserves WASHINGTON Oct City boys have just accepted appointment as officers in the re serve corps of the army the war dt partment announced today Dan Campbell Butcher of 620 Summit and Edwin Linne Hanson of thp Chemistry building Iowa City the two The formers commis siop is that of a second lieutenant in i4 infantry reserve while Hansons is a second lieutenancy In the Chem i ieil Warfare Reserve by liiric MRS H J BRYANT by Kirk 3IRS P LOOMIS MRS W H HATHOBN Crowded Armory Hears George Hall Orchestra at K C Ghost Dance A crowded armory greeted the first appearance here of George Hall aud his New York Society Favor ites at the dance sponsored by the Knights of Columbus organization Friday night Whistles and other noise making apparatus added to the enjoyment of the dancersSpe cial singing numbers were given by the musicians The ghost dance idea was carried out by a profusion of miniature likenesses of skeletons strung above the dancers heads Corning Is Selected SHENANDOAH Oct 5 INS1 Corning was selected as the site of the 1930 convention of the I O O and Rebekah lodges at the con clusion of a three day convention here Wasps we are told are most troublesome at the latter end of the summer And at the latter end or the wasps MRS H T limelight of the social and I club world is focused on the first general meeting of the Mason City Womans club to be held next Tuesday at oclock With ttie coming of this meeting the winters club program actually begins Mrs Curtis Amen directs the activities of the club as its presi dent Her officers include Mrs W C Bagley first vice president Mrs C H McNider second vice president Mrs H J Bryant re cording secretary Mrs R E Ny quist corresponding secretary Mrs L P Lc3rus financial secre tary and Mrs H J Steinberg treasurer The trustees and advisors of the club are the members of the board of directors all of whom are women who have been active in the work of the organization The list includes MrsJ E Blythe Mrs F T Vasey Mra C H Bar ber and Mrs W H Hathorn Mrs Blythe Mrs Vasey and Mrs Ha thorne are past presidents of the club Leaders of the club are cooper ating with the workers on the membership committee in their drive for members The aim is a club roll of at least 850 In addi tion the younger element of the feminine population ranging in age from 12 to 18 is eligible for junior membership in the club This membership gives the holder the privilege of attending general meetings such as the one Tues day as well as departmental meet ings The for Tuesdays meeting will be opened with a few minutes business transactions but this portion of the program will be condensed by means of the bulletin to be issued for the first time This pamphlet will eliminate many of the routine matters The next item on the program will be music by the Power trio ThePipers Pay a one act comedy will he presented by mumr bers of the drama department under the direction of Mrs Rich ard Romey chairman The hospi tality department will serve tea at the close of the program The meeting will open at oclock slightly in advance of the hour formerly set for the meetings No one will be seated during the mu sic or the play SIRS 1 T VASEY MRS C H BARBER Katsikmpanis Charged With Possession of Liquor on Sept 14 The case of Pete Katiskmpanls charged with possession of intoxi cating liquor opened Saturday morning at 10 oclock in the court of Justice M C Coughlbn Two half pint bottles containing small amounts of alleged liquor were found in the defendants box car home on the Milwaukee right of way southeast of town Sept 14 Hearing of the case was continued until 2 oclock Clerk Issues Licenses to 130 Persons Chickasaw County f lerk Issues 65 Marriage Certificates NEW HAMPTON Oct fivc couples obtained marriage li censes duririg the month of Sep tember from Ray R Sisson eleik of the district court of Chickasaw county Iowa They are as follows M G Hplmquist and Helen W Johnson both of Oakland Nebr Arnold Lee Columbia S Car aud Vivian Heath Spencer Robert Hun back and Goldle Robinson both of Waterloo Armand C Larsen Graeltinger and Mary Frandaen Battle Creek Orie D Johnston and Vera P Dunwoody both of Oska loosa Walter As Boettcher aud Jenny F ODell both of Dubuquo Donald J Hargrave and Marjorie Mills both of Greenville Vernou L Sharp and Delia L Larson both of Iowa City Merle Feathers Bel mont Wis and Edna Cordls Platteville Vfis Ralph G Moore and Catherine Anderson both of Waterloo Nels P Hansen and Faith MacKenzie both of Cedar Falls Otto Roths Donald Wia and Anna Marion Ionia Joseph O Berkland Chicago and Gertrude M Thompson Lake Mills Oscar Thor sen Kansas City Kans and Esther Lyness Walnut Kans John Bryan Lighthall Bronson and Minnie R Beymer Hornick Edwin J Nelson Moline 111 and Ebba E Anderson Rock Island 111 Russell Frelaiid and Alma Hay both of Marshall town Robert E Samuelsou aril Victoria T Nelson both of St Paul Minn Aubrey Lavern Shriver end Alice S Harvey both of Manches ter A A Albertus and Nina F Schumacher both of Mason City Thornbitrg Couple Licensed Newell G Roth Guernsey and Elizabeth L White Thornburg George Schlafer and Lena Krions both of German Valley 111 Walter E Berger and Norma A Haber man both of Whitewater Wis Vern C McGce and Margaret Clap ham both of Greene John L Tol liver and Lavinia M Clark both of Boone Frank A Lettow Council Bluffs and Lois M Crawford Now Hampton Will F Homewood Hawkeye and Doris R Hartson Alpha John S Buck Mt Morris 111 and Zelda M Hoffman Liberty ville Charles W Morgan ColfiLX and Ruth Melnerg LaMoille Paul F Roepke and Eda II lingerboth of worthy Cresco and Bernice Easier Harmony Minn Nels Osland and Agnes A Miller both of Lime Springs Henry W Guns and Mar garet C Fisher both of Ladysmith Wis Edward C Boehmer AUa Vista and Clara Ross New Hamp ton Rust F Gray and Jessie B Weigman both of Rock county Wis Edwin F Schmidt Oelwein and Ella A Lauck Alta Vista George D Schandecher and Viola E Delinc both of Cedar Rapids Lloyd L Kohl Lisbon and Mildred E Puffer Mechanicsvllle Adolph Kuhn Ft Atkinson and Gertrude Tupy Waucoma Benjamin A Brown Colfox and Angie T Harn Newton Couplo From Colorado Grover C Chapman and Haze Josh both of Yuma Colo Norval E Jensen St James Minn and Dorothy L Douthitt Faribault Mann Jessie Hansen Olin and Harriet Johnson Anamosa Perry t Ward and Bessie C Huntbatnh both of Waterloo Fred Biuhm and Floretta Coogan both oC Austin Minn Earl Bonn and Violet Chris tinnsen both of Coulter Edmond Hessling Peoria 111 and Clara Lonter Ionia John A Wilcos Des Woines and Anna S Brawner Long Beach Cal G J Hart and Jean V MacNicoll both of Dos Moines Bert W Greene St Paul and Marjorie V Stewart Minneapolis Eldon H Hotz Maquoketa and Eva Tenley Stanwood Glen A Grandy Rudd and Velma G Otto Rockford Theodore D Rollings worth and Mildred G Green both of Yarmouth Emile A Maier New Orleans La and Myrtle L Koenig Waverly Elmer J Eberling and Lucile Hammond both of Postville Clarence C Fisch er and Vivian L Phillips both of Boone Gustavo W Undo Cedar Falls and Myrtle C Noid Mar shalltown Vern W Hemm and Irene C Frederick both of Hamp ton Melvin Hott and Flossie Ranches both of Rockford Adolph R Bock Berwyn 111 and Myrtle Hampton Chicago Emery J Schmitz Brooklyn and Hazel M Schmidt Waterloo Clifford C Bowen Belmont Wis and Ethel E Gallup Johnson Creek Wis Otto Sanwick and Helen Tanner both of Madison Wis Harry G Todd and Marion E Bent both of Nashua David B Kell Conrad and Hazel L Klinefelter Grundy Center ROBIN HOOD TOBEONWCCO Popular Musical Comedy to Be Broadcast From Minneapolis Robin Hood one of the most popular American musical comedies ever written wlli be from8 to 9 p ru Monday Oct 7 over WCCO Minneapolis Northwest Bancopera is the name given a new series of the old time widely known melodies light operas and muslcaTc6medles the familiar airs of which will go out regularly oa Monday evenings fol lowing the initial broadcast of Oct V The Prince of Pilsen Vaga bond Merry Sari Spring Maid The Red Mill and others will be heard dur ing the season Plans for this series have been developingsince lastspring when competition was opened to leading artistsOutstanding musicians the northwest were chosen by judges Siqgers were listed by number onlyso that the judges did not know until afterward the names of the contestants As a result these tests a special company of solo artists was created a special chorus organized and also a special orchestra MARBLE ROCK GIRL HONORED AT PARTY MARBLE ROCK Oct shower was held Tuesday afternoon at the home of Dr and Mrs S W McNinch in honor of Miss Thelma Hoadley who Saturday will be come the bride of Rex Asper A program was given and luncheon served Mrs Hoadley received many beautiful gifts The marriage will take place at Davenport Saturday The couple will go to Chicago 1B fore returning to Marble Rock where they will be at home in the Campbell residence The bride graduated from high school and later attended Iowa State Teachers college at Cedar Falls The bridegroom isa son of Mr and Mrs Herman Asper and wag graduated from high school and Hamilton Business college of Ma son City He is employed in the Marble Rock bank SHOWER HONORS IOUIVTER COUPLE COULTER Oct and Mrs Louie Borcherdlng were guests of honor at a postnuptial shower by Mr and Mrs John A Free Baby Clinic Gives Attention to 54 Youngsters A roaring business figuratively and literally was transacted by the freebaby clinic sponsored by the child conservation department of the Womans club at the Y W C A Friday Long before 1 oclock mothers with their babies were waiting for attention and the workers were still busy at 5 oclock In the afternoon Most of the babies were docile enough as they waited fortheir turns but occasionally one would raise a lusty voice in protest delay The contagion spread and soon a hubbub filled the rorm Fiftyfour babies in all were ex amined and of this number re ceived gold stars indicating that their weight waa correct for their height and age Twelve of the youngsters received thoro investi gations at the hands of the physi cians and seven mothers were told to take their babies to their family doctors Do Not Prescribe No prescriptions are made for any of the young clients if a baby needs medical attention he is sent to a family physician Atthe clinic mothers receive advice concerning diet exercise and clothing for their youngsters but no medical treat meritis suggested It is not a clinic for sick youngsters it is for those who are well One mother brot an infant vvho waa able only to reach the bottom of the stairs then he became vio lently ill and was hustled away to a doctor Bring Borrowed Babies Many mothers bring their chil dren each month in order to check up on the progress the youngsters are making Several women brct borrowed infants Friday if the babies mothers were unable to bring them their neighbors per formed this service Complete physical examinations are rarely given a baby on his first visit these thorogolng inspections are given to the children who are especially in need of attention Two infants whom women had taken more or less m approval for adoption were inspected at the clinic Helpers included Mrs I S Cur tis Mrs F C Eslick Mrs G L Pedelty Mrs Paul Payne Mrs Sarah McArthur Mrs E S Sies scger Mrs F S Hanson and Mrs E E Hersey SHOWER GIVEN FOR OSAGE NUKSK OSAGE Oct shov given Thursday afternoon Agnes Solera nurse at the hospital who is to be married month to T L Johnson of The hostesses were Mrs Wifl Watson Mrs Gene Litzelman Mrs H OBrien Jimmie Petersofl son of Mr and Mrs Dale dressed as Dan Cupid came draw ing a wagonlo ad of gifts for the bridetobe Lunch syas served at 5 oclock OUSUKANNOUNCES 1 SEPTEMBER LICENSES WAVERLY 0ct li censes issued by clerk of court J Schwake during the month of tember were as follows Fred Heinzerling Charles and RosaFrank Charles Raymond R Downing Waverly and Esther Helen Schnurstein Tri poli Arnold Matthias Readlyn and Dora Eickelherg Fairbank E Smith Waterloo and Nettie Ruth Ahrens Waterloo Frank CJ Bagg Cedar Falls and Bella Hatch er Cedar Falls Howard F Wahlj Waterloo and Inez M Bray Water looDarrell G Thompson Sioux Falls S Dakand Carrie B Bart lett Plalnfield Russell W Meyers Tripoli and Helen Orcutt Plain field Charles T Walensky Water loo and Varena Scarborough Waterloo Arthur E Matthias ver and Marie ver Frank H Thompson 111 and DolHe Stotler Aurora Illy Rev W A Adix La Porte City and Agnes Garling Waverly Chester L Kurtz Geneva and Tressa I Wood ly Geneva Harold C Benson Gen eva and Mildred M Kibsgaard Latlmer J R Howe Waterloo and Margaret Jackman Waterloo John H Dalton Waterloo and Hazel M Decker Waterloo Doctor and undertakers wilt doubtless favor the new calendar with its extra Ala Herald T r TYPEWRITERS For Sale and For Rent LORINGFARMER CO Phone 843 m Johanscn atthelr country feature of the evenings entertauv ment was a treasure hunt The young pair were blindfolded and eventually found their way to a treasure of gifts including linen and kitchen utensils The hostess assisted by Mrs Soren Larson served a luncheon Seventyfive guests were included in the cour Four Local Women Return From Legion Auxiliary Convention Four Mason City women returned Saturday morning Irom the conven tion of the American Legion aux iliary at Louisville Ky Of the four two were delegates and two were visitors Mrs Ji E McDonald as na tional committeewoman the fourth district was a member of the Iowa delegation and Mrs Albert Hass president of the local auxil iary was elected delegate at large from this district at the state con vention in Iowa City Mrs D W McAuley and Mrs J J Sheldon ac companied the two delegates as vis tors The group spent Friday in Chi cago They report something of par icular interest for every day thej vere prone The first day after thei arrival they went to the Kentuckj derby the second day they vlsita Mammoth Cave and the third hey saw the tremendous Legion pa vade A feature of the last day was an Iowa dinner at which the new na tional president of the Legion aux iliary Mrs Donald McCrae of Coun cil Bluffs was a guest of honor Police Asked to Wettch for Bismarck Youths Mason City police have been asked by the authorities at Bismarck N Dak to watch for two youths Ar thur Hulbert 14 C feet 1 inch tall and Warren Baker 15 5 feet 8 inches tall who left home Tuesday driving Bakers car a Ford touring car 1925 model A Boston man slapped his wife and she went City Tribune tn Federal Agents Raid Garage at Popejoy Two federal prohibition agents ac companied by Sheriff Franklin Me Names seized a Chevrolet coach containing one and one half gallons of alleged alcohol In the Larson garage at Popejoy Friday after noon Neil Maulsby owner of the gar age was placed in the county jai at Hampton when he claimed th car and alcohol Charges of main tninlng a liquor nuisance were bro against him Of course it is none of our busi ness but our bet Is that the United States of Europe will be sticklers for state News GARDNER FURNACE CO Sheet Metal and Furnaces Rear P G E Bldg Phone 480 COMING 7 MIER WOLF SON Watch the Paper RHEUMATOLIGIST Treats only rheumatic diseases More than 25 years of experience in this specialty Rheumatism acute subacute chronic muscular or myositis neuralgia or neuritis sciatica lum arthritis deformans rheumatic heart stomach and intestines Office 409 First National Bank Building Hours 8 a m to 4 p m Ask for booklet on rheumatism it is free Address A Oshana M D Mason City Iowa Constipation Poor elimination and faulty eating habits aie the foundation for the great majority of the ail ments of mankind Our health service will positively aid you in cor recting this condition Dr W C Grainger CHIROPRACTOR Phono 7S Shaklce Clinic Roof Protection at Low Cost ASGUM Asbestos RooS Coating spreads 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