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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 8, 1933, Mason City, Iowa                                TWO MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTK ik T TTW TT Trr A 8 Ml 1933 TO TAKE HOME PICTURES EKRSJ5 2 FORMERLY OF PHOTOGRAPHS TO USE IN CONTEST SIMPLE TO MAKE Few Rules Necessary for Interior Work With Camera The icing on the home modern ization cake is good photography of the finished job whether it be a new exterior or a redecorated room Since the judging of the Globe Gazette Better Homes contest will be done partly by photographs en trants in the contest are discovering that the making of interior pictures is quite simple with the use of up todate equipment Some persons hesitate to make in door photographs because they imagine that unusu skill is re quired The following information on photographing room interiors should show that ordinary horse sense Is the only need Seven Suggestions Made Here goes 1 Set the camera on a table a tripod or any other firm support in position to take in the desired part of tha room Have tUe camera at a height so that very little of the ceiling shows In the finder 2 Avoid having any large piece of furniture inthe Immediate fore ground A slight rearrangement of furnishings may be advantageous Since the judging In the local Better Homes contest will be done partly byphotographs entrant are discovering that makYmr interim pictures is not at all difficult with uptodate bovJFlsshown ent fUrntUA in which wllf photo overcome by placing a wad of paper in back of the frame to change its angle 3 A large atop opening in the lens will not register nearby and distant objects together in sharp definition It is therefore neces sary for pictures of rooms to use a sun outside 20 seconds hazy sun 40 seconds cloudy bright 1 min ute 20 seconds cloudy dull 2 min utes 40 seconds Dark colored walls arid hangings and only one window Bright sun outside 40 seconds hazy sun minute 20 seconds i includ uuvu of tiifise windows within range of the Jens can be drawn all the way down for part of the exposure time If how very film qf the verichrome type is used that precaution is less neces sary since such film will go far to ward preserving detail out of the comparative glare in the windows 5 Before making the exposure view the setting from directly In front of the camera and look for re flections in pictures or mirrors Troublesome reflections can be The exposures suggested distances with table are calculated for rooms definition For example If the where windows receive unobstructed distance from the lens to the nearlight from the sky and for ex object Is eight feet and the dis1 posures made not earlier than three hours after sunrise and not later than three hours before sunset When the next smaller stop opening THOMAS MACHINE CO WE DO ALL KINDS OF MACHINE WORK ALL WORK GUARANTEED Phone 250S SOS 2nd S W Mason City la R iv Construction Repair of All Electrical Appliances PHONE 3518 tance from the farthest object of Importance to the lens is 20 feet It would be well to set the focus point er for say 12 or 15 feet Time Tablo Given Time exposures are necessary and this table tells the time Stop 16 for cameras with double lenses 2nd tsop with single White walls and more than one window Bright sun outside 4 sec onds hazy sun 10 seconds cloudy bright 20 seconds cloudy dull 40 seconds White walls and only one window Bright sun outside 6 seconds hazy sun 15 seconds cloudy bright 30 seconds coudy dull 1 minute Medium colored walls and hang ings and more than one window Bright sun outside 8 seconds hazy sun 20 seconds cloudy bright 40 seconds cloudy dull 1 minute 20 seconds i colored walla tod niksjI c ings arid Brightli sun outside 12 seconds hazy sun 30 Seconds cloudy bright X mln ute cloudy dull 2 minutes than the one mentioned on either single or double lens camera is used give twice the exposure called for in the table Union Services at Congregational and Not in East Park Union services will be held at the First Congregational church Sun day evening at oclock instead of at East park as was held last Sunaay The Rev W H Spencc will be the pastor A short service will be held Until a definite ar rangement can be made with the outdoor meeli the union meetingB wili ably be held DISCUSS PLANS TO CUT ACREAGE 16 Comity Agents of Des Moines District Attend Wheat Meeting DES MOINES July 8 teen county agents from central and conference here yesterday to discuss conference here today to discuss plans for the Iowa wheat acreage adjustment program with represen tatives of the Iowa extension ser vice The extension service was repre sented by R K Bliss director Muri McDonald assistant director and J Merrill district extension agent Leslie M Carl state allotment offi cer DCS Moines also was present Agents to Explain Following this meeting the county agents will explain to farmers in their counties the details of the wheat allotment plan developed un der the new adjustment act County organizations to execute the wheat reduction program will then be or ganized Director Bliss emphasized that these county organizations will be producer controlled and that the directors and officers will be elect ed by the farmers themselves The extension service and county agents are charged only with the educa tional and organization work Up to Farmers After that it is up to the wheat farmers Director Bliss said The government proposes to pay a bene fit fee to farmers who sign a con tract to reduce their 193435 wheat acreage by an amount not to exceed 20 per cent to be determined by Secretary Wallace No farmer Is compelled to join heexplained even though the ma jority of wheat producers in a coun ty sign the contract The benefit fee is intended to pay a price for wheat which will make its purchasing power equivalent to that of the basic period 1910 to 1914 Suffers Slight Burns NASHUA July car of Clark Knight of Knight Knight Produce company went Into the ditch Wednesday when something went wrong with his steering gear and he lost control He was pinned under the car but unhurt excepting for a few burns from the acid of the battery He had two cases of eggs in the truck and nine dozen eggs were broken MANY TOPICS AT CONFERENCE OPEN Continued From Page 1 the steering committee to have the economic conference go forward I have conferred with leaders of many delegations and I am confi dent that the majority of the dele gates of the 66 nations represented at the conference will heartily sup port the decision We have assembled here from every corner of the earth to deal with fundamental problems con tained in the agenda We wouldbe tray the responsibility laid upon us were we to adjourn the conference In the face of the first troublesome Issues which beset our paths Neea Fresh Resolutions We all know that the difficulties are great We have known that from the outset We need only to summon fresh resolutions to sur mount the immediate obstacle and approach our task with deeper un derstanding of our respective view points Every nation will benefit if we succeed standing united in a war against the common enemy of uni versal economic prostration No greater opportunity could be presented to statesmanship than confronts this conference To let the opportunity for advancing the com mon good be lost because we are unable to rise above transitory per plexities would rightly earn for us the condemnation of history POSITION CLEAR 2 FORMERLY OF SHEFFIELD DIE Bodies to Be Brought Back Funeral Services Are Announced SHEFFIELD July wa received here Friday of the death o two former residents whose funer ala will be held in Sheffield E J Heffner died at the home o his daughter Mrs Walter Slazle in Syracuse N Y He was a black smith here 46 years and moved to Syracuse two years ago He was born June 26 1857 Surviving an his daughter at Syracuse Mrs Ar thur McKnight of Syracuse John Slagle of Kansas City Mo Mrs H L Hemsworth a LaPorte City and Mrs S M Dlmick of Springfield Masa The body will arrive here late Saturday and funeral services wil be held Sunday at the home of Mrs Reuben Atkinson a relative with the Rev F O Hlllman in charge Burial will be in the Sheffield cemetery Mrs Lavine Skinner died at Den ver Colo where she had been six years at the home of her brother Isaac Bird Previously she lived ir this vicinity Her husband is dead Funeral services will be at Monday afternoon at the M E church with Mr Hlllman in charge Mrs Skinner suffered 30 years from rheumatism WASHINGTON July 8 state department made plain toda that the message just transmitted to the delegation headed by Secrc tary Hull at the London economl conference contained no new In structions Secretary Phillip explained to the press it was a series of suggestions clarifying the American position on points abou which the delegation desired am plification A statement by Secretary Hull on the basis of these Suggestions he added was not to be expected He said that points were con stantly rising in the conference brought up by other delegations on which the American represen tatives were unable to state author itatively the position of the gov rnment here and to clarify these the suggestions were forwarded Dark colored walls and hangings and more than one Bright SAND and GRAVEL TO YOUR INDIVIDUAL REQUIREMENTS Three Grades of Sizes Gravel s Ideal Sand and Gravel Co Inc WASHED AND SCREENED SAND AND GRAVEL 551552 Convert Your Basement Into a Recreation Room Denison Clay Products MASON CITY BRICK AND TILE CO ASK US FOB PARTICULARS FairbanksMorse Automatic Coal Burner OFFERING HEATING ECONOMY AND CON VENIENCE FOR ANY HOME OR APARTMENT Distributors for North Iowa ChapinONeil Coal Co Inc 302 South Monroe Ave Mason City Iowa Phone 1606 Christian Endeavor Rally to Be Sunday NORA SPRINGS July Christian Endeavor alldistrict rally will be held at the Christian church here Sunday afternoon beginning at 3 oclock The Rev J M Krafft Nora Springs Harold Burkhart Nora Springs the Rev George K Davles of Mason City Dr E W Huelster Charles City will be the speakers Reconstruction Finance corpora tion funds have reminded a number of cities something they always wanted but couldnt affordToledo Blade FAN SEASON IS to havo j jour Fflns antd the motor clcnmd L and repaired bnuheart renewed and a iroul oiling Then they win run 10 much better and last mticb longer IN THE RADIO WORLD Zack Bros ELECTRIC CO ana Sfcona s FIRST MORTGAGES On Mason City Homes 8R Know If Ssf BONDING INSURANCE SATE DEPOSIT BOXES Mason City Loan Investment Co Ground Floor M R A Bide W L PATTON Pics Better Homes Contest Entry Blank I j At i Better Homes Contest I plan to improve iSr followine within the contest period Just give brief here of iraproyemenfe you contemplate OWE OP TKESB 9Q0AKES D I enclose before picture Q I wHl send or bring ni y before Address Telephone Number pictare soon SATURDAY Central Srnnwtrw programs to key and basic cnalns or groups thereof uaUsg specified toast to coast to C designation Includes ail available Procrrarns tq 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were being ompleted for George H Woodson 7 founder and first president of he National and Iowa Negro Bar ssoclatlons and former deputy ollector of customs for Iowa He led yesterday Radio Rubes StmBs Uaior also c Seeing other Amerlus Tidbits Orch and violin Recital olki from Dixie Drama AFTERNOON Gene Arnold Quartet El Pedro via Orchestra Plltrlms MUM Ohom Wayne King to c c Fiddlers lo c and SIEO c Chicago A Cappclla choir CBSWAItC NETWORK MORNING Mornlnr Columbias Junior BVixle 8 Melody to c 8 Marlon Curlny at piano Childrens wabc only Arnold anil also c iforaon Choir and also c wabc out lint 15 minutes Salon Orch also c Fred Felbel c to c The Complnslcy Trio to c AFTERNOON Brallinc Ed McConntll The also c Jew and to c Manhattan Moods also c Symphonic Hour c to c KftOWJZ NETWORK MORNING Tonu Pictures ttJi only The NBC Hour Sketches ot the Southland Dion Kennedy At Organ Morning MusEcale Vocal Baby Hoae Marie wjt radio City c lo c R Olniburg Ensemble to c Sabbath Reveries c to c AFTERNOON Bummer Idyll f William Hard from London Jan Garter Orch c to c National Opera Concert Gould and Shelter Pianos Symphonet and Vocal Samovar c to c EVENING BROADCASTS NBCWEAP NETWORK Maurice Sherman Orch Doerrs Saxophone Octet 3M5 Trto Romantliiue strings Cathollo Program c to c Polllkoff Orch c lo c Jimmy Meltons Program Horse sense Philosophy Russian Symphonic Choir Bert Latirs c to c Merry Go alio c Familiar c to c Col L M e to c Italys Music Impressions At Selh alao c Anton Dounls Mandolin Orchestral Gems basic William Seouls Orch Charlie Kerrs Orch CBSWAHO NETWORK cathedral c to c Poets Gold c to c Vera Van Songs nlxo c CnlrnltSanderson Bones Ballad c Chicago Xnlghls o to c The also c H V Kaltenborn c to c Gertrude c lo c Chicago also c Philadelphia Concert alia c 1 hr 45 Black River Qlant c to c Rhythm c to c Lombardo also c Freemans Orch c to c laham Jones orch c to c Ted Lewis c lo c Johnny Hamp Orch c lo c NRCW1Z NETWORK 300 World of c lo c The Eva Jessye Choir Beethoven chamber Music Womens Octet and Tenor The Harmonica Rascali William Hard from London Rlesenfeld Viennese Program The Don Hall Trio Songs Floyd Gibbons on the Air Arthur Brisbane and Orch Band Concert Phil Duey Song Program orsen BVotliera basicLo pez Orch midwest Orange Lantern Mystery Bea Chantey basic Floyd Gib repeat Lew White at the Organ Nocturne or the Dance Leo Redman Orch Will Give Free Movies CRYSTAL LAKE July re under way to put on free mov es every Tuesday night in Crystal It ja planned to hold the open Ing movie Tuesdayj night whicii will be tnanaged Jainea SlaOnow r HEAT YOUR WITH FIRESIDE FUELS Phono 888 isnt Ihefiame that wakesihe Coal Goodlti the Coal makes tfte Name Goad Edward R Stcttlrdus Jr New York Is the liaison officer between industry and the indus trial recovery administration The appointment has been made by Hugh S Johnson director of the Industrial Recovery act Stettinius isthe son of a for mer Morgan partner nnd has a leave of absence us vice presi dent of Central Motors The statement that Morgan con rols everything in America must muse leaders of the machinegun State Journal ALGONAMANIS HURT BY FALL Scharlach 64 Unconscious After Mishap Reported to Be ALGONA July C Schar lach 64 retired farmer who lives on South Wooster street fellwhile fixing a corn bin at one of his farms near Corwith Thursday after noon He landed on a two by four diagonally across his back He re ceived a serious bruise on his head and was knocked unconscious A Corwith physician was called who brought him to the Kossuth County hospital where he regained consci ousness an hour later Xray pic tures showed no broken bones He rested easy Thursday night and showed improvement yesterday Legion Celebration Planned SWBA CITY July Am erican Legion Is planning a Legion day celebration to be held in the near future Arrangements are be ing made for speakers and attrac tions PETER MADSEN BUILDING CONTRACTOR Specializing in Cement Work Using Ready Mixed Concrete Phono 3789 141 24th S W BUILD and REPAIR With the Reliable Portland Cement NORTHWESTERN Concrete for Permanence Northwestern for Satisfaction Northwestern States Portland Cement Co General Offices 6th Floor First National Bank Blag Remodel and Repair I Ready Mixed Its a matter of simple arithmetic when you figure the cost of remodeling or repairing right now And the price will prove a most agreeable one to you for costs are way down lower than you anticipate We shall be pleased to give you esti mates without obligation HENKEL CONSTRUCTION CO Phone 2626 525 Ninth St S E ACME TAJiK HEATER and r Gonnedloas o exiting I within 10 feet REMOTE CONTHOt and con neclions on 1st floor to properTj Tcnfcrl heater In bnsement Sir ivhiMi purclinsefl ly payments on 1UTAN Oh Man Theres nothing quite the equal of a good hot bath after a sultry summer day It soaks loose all the grime and perspiration and sends them swirling the drain It refreshes the body soothes taut nerves improves the disposition makes you feel like a new person all over Inquire about the EZLite gas water heater control This new unique appliance removes the inconvenience from heat ing water It may be attached to any tank heater Then to light the heater you merely lift a ling on the kitchen wall The cost of operation depends entirely on you JL ApprOTed appliances majalso be purchased from other reUnfcle dealers in his community Peoples Gas Electric Company You Cant Be Clean Without Hot a Water Heater c   

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