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Mason City, Iowa
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Friday, February 19, 1954
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10 . 19, 1954 Maw City t Gle.b»-C»i«tie, Mason City. U Majority of Grade School i , Musicians Rate Division i " A^Iarge percentage of the chil dren taking part Friday in the in strumental music solo contest fo elementary grades received dm sion, 1 ratings from the judge Charles Luckenbill, Charles City. The elementary grade audition continued Saturday at Lincoln School Auditorium. .Division ?. ratings were awardec Friday as follows: Flute, second grade -- Barbara Boyer. Flute, third grade -- Johanna Biebesheimer, Allene Butterfield 'Sharon Curran, Jo Ann Frelund Nancy Hunt, Janice Johnson Patty Larsen. Flute, 4 fourth grade -- Pennj Peterson, I,plus; Susan Eastling Elaine Litton, Mary O'Fallon Cheryl Osslund., Alice Umbarger Flute, fifth grade--Susan Kala har, Nancy Muller,*Pamela Price Rebecca Smith, Georganne Wil liams. Flute, sixth grade-- Judy Drum mond and Phyllis Goodnow, I plus Judy Erickson, Nancy Gibson Judy Leffler, Judith Lutz, Marj Ellen Swanson. Oboe, fifth grade -- Prudence Paine, I plus. Piccolo, sixth grade--Mary Ellen Swanson. Clarinet, second grade -- Eliza beth T)e Armond, Cheryl Gorkow ski, Mary Kay Miller. Clarinet, third grade -- Jane Bartsch, Karen Clausen, Mary Beth Isensee and Gary Lichten berger; I plus; Lynne Adams Joan Aspenson, John Burkart Lynne Chase, Gary Christiansen Richard Denzel, Pamela Fisher Sharon Hughes, John MacGregor Linda McCaulley, Gary Nyhus, Winifred Ouverson, Roger Pech Sue Pfeiffer, Cheri Plants, Phillip Pruett, Jerry Rhem, Cheryl Rob erts, Linda Strong. Clarinet, fourth grade -- Donald Broers, Linda Meinecke, Michael Roddy and Sandra White, I plus; Mary Alice Erickson, Thomas Ferleman, Judy Griffith, Jolene . Harmon, Marilyn Jensen, Catherine Kretzinger, Nanzy Kutzner, Stephen Lindquist, Mary Lundberg, Marjorie 'Mitchel!, Linda Moen, Jimmy Prindle, Maureen Renshaw, Jack Sahr, Karen Scott, Sandra Tibbitts, Carolyn Vail and James VonWald. Clarinet, fifth grade -- Linda Dosen, Suzanne Erbe, Sue Ellen Hovda, Judith K'apke, Janet Long, , Marcia Lumblad, Linda Martinson, Cheryl McKenzy, Nancy,Reed find Billie Lou Wahlin, I plus; Jean Bartell. Patricia Bruce, Patricia Callanan, Michael Dean Marcia Hale, Geraldine Heivilih Michael Hubbard, Linda Hvattum Julie Mathre, Julie Otsen, Bar bara Olson, Susan Pace, Richarc Parkhurst, Judy Piper, Tobie Richer, Jay Scharlau, Marilyn S c h i n n o w, Jean Smith, Marj Trickle, Allan Tuthill, Judy Vician Cassandra Weyc.erl. Clarinet, sixth grade -- Connie Bier, Judy Maxwell and Davic Myle, I plus; Jean Albrecht Karen Anderson, Harriet Barrid Jill Christofferson, Nancy Clark Jean Giesen, Jerry Harris, Mar ilyn Hendrickson, Marilyn Jensen David Johnson, Anne Meyer, Su san Paul, Craig Pross, Glenn Warner, Darlene White. Saxophone, second g r a d e -Elizabeth Langan, I plus. Saxophone, third grade--Gordon Vajgerl, I plus. Saxophone, fourth grade--Rober Swanson. Saxophone, fifth grade--Stephen Ludeman, 1 plus; Sandra Stang ler, Richard Thomas, James Zan ios. Saxophone, sixth grade--Lorele Larson and Sharon Skarlis, I plus; Fern Veech. Toasrmasrers to Have 5 Speakers There will be five speakers at the Tuesday evening meeting of Toast masters Club, President Leonard Franke announced Friday. They are Roger Whipple, Don Helfaling Marion Neeiy, Steve Stahl and Wil liam Yenerich. Ras Sawyer will be toastmaster, A. W. (Dutch) Schultz, general ^valuator, and A.very Lauber, top- cmaster. The meeting is held each Tuesday, at 6 p.m. at the Green Mill and is open to anyone interested in mproving his ability to express himself, Franfce said. CHALLENGE ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. (UP)-'he St. Petersburg Times received his letter from a subscriber, Lloyd . F r e e m a n : "I am 82 years old nd I hereby challenge, any man, voman or child in St. Petersburg r its environs to compete with me n the recitation of memorized loetry." RICOCHET SOUTH PORTLAND, (UP)--Carl Rogers, 24, is the kind of fellow who spits bullets. He was target Globe-Gazette plioto FIRST TIME AT 01--Mrs. T. M. LaVilla, 1528 Pennsylvania S. E., has her hair curled by Mrs. Earl Blum in the Hollywood Beauty Shop. It was the first time in a beauty shop for Mrs. LaVilla who was 91 years old last Sept. 2. She decided that it was getting too difficult for her to care for her own hair, She lives with her son, Walter. shooting and a bullet ricocheted, hitfing him just below the right eye. The slug bounced off a bone and fell into his mouth. He spit it out and went to a hospital for treatment. 'Bud' Installs New Cecil Sound Installation of the new stereophonic*-* sound equipment and changeover for the showing of its first CinemaScope p i c t u r e, "Knights of the Round Table," was completed at the Cecil Theater early Friday morning. The. installation was made by a Masou Cityan, William B. "Bud" Kelley, former operator at the Strand Theater, who has been rising in the new sound world with Northwest Sound Service, Minneapolis. "Bud" stopped in the boxoffice of the Cecil one night for a visit with Tom Arthur, manager, and with his own enthusiasm for the new medium of sound "sold" Arthur on the changeover without realizing it. . Of Local Union The installation was completed by Kelley, with the assistance of Frank X. Cota and Paul Cota, projectionists at the Cecil, who are of the same operators' union as Kelley. Dick Sutton, sales representative of the DCS Moines Theater Supply, actually sold the equipment to the ""ceil, which is the same type of equipment as is used in Music Hall, New York City. The Cecil's systern, which is Century Stereophonic, consists oi 21 speakers, whereas before only three were used. It is the largest speaking installation in the state, according to Sutton, and places the sound as though it were actually on stage in the theater. Excellent Sound Since the Cecil; was : originally designed as a theater and not a movie house, the volume is even richer than in the average .theater. A run through of the overture for "Knights of the Round Table" was enough to convince Manager Arthur of an excellent installation. Approximately 1,250 theaters in the United States Have ' : n o w switched over to ; CinemaScope showings with stereophonic sound, and "Knights of the.Round Table," is still in top position after six weeks of showing as the top production so far, according to the atrical trade journals. of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Rafferty Jr., 152 7th S.W., was bitten on the left leg by a dog whiie playing. Small Children Bitten by Dogs Two small children were "bitten by dogs Thursday according to Mason City police. Michael Graf, 9, son of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Graf, 112 15th N.\V., was bitten on the right leg while riding his bicycle. Margaret Rafferty, 5Va, daughter Colonel Arkett at Salvation Army Sunday Special services will be held at the Salvation Army in Mason City on Sunday. Colonel E. Arkett, the field secretary;for the central territory of the Salvation Army, will be the featured speaker. The Colonel will address a · United Soldiers rally in Fort Dodge on Saturday night. Major D. E, Norris, the divisional commander- for the Iowa division, will be with Colonel Arkett on Sunday. The services are as follows: Sunday school, at 10 a.m. and holiness meeting at 11 a.m., Colonel Arkett will deliver the message. Special music will also be one of the features in the service. The Salvation Army songsters wiTI sing also other musical and vocal numbers will be 'on Ihc'program. Other services of llic day arc « young peoples legion, C;45' and an evangelistic service 7:30. Pastor Takes Union Charge IOWA FALLS--The Rev. Hugh Ghormley, former dean of Ellsworth college, has accepted the pastorate of the Community Church at Union and will beym his work there immediately. Last September^ he began teaching in the high school at Liscomfa, and plans to complete the year's work there. His family is living in Iowa Falls but will move lo Union soon. Hugh Jr., is a student at Drake University and David is a junior in high school. In estimating distances, the Chinese once used two scales, one for uphill miles and the other for downhill miles, says the National Geographic Society. NO REPLACEMENTS FOR YOUR EYES . · . . . .You know that your two eyes must serve you all your days. But are you sure that you' are guarding them for later years, through proper care. · Regular examination by an Eye Doctor is the best way to insure good vision, and eye health as well. 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Lewis College Teleclass Howdy Doody Magic Window Tclevisit Captain Video Dong Edwards News The Teen Show Voice of Firestone [ Love Lucy Farm Facts Studio One Ten O'CIock News Course of Events Name's the Same TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 23 9:30 10:00 10:30 11:00 31*30 12:00 12:30 1:00 1:30 2:00 2:30 3:00 3:30 4:00 ' 4:30 B:00 3:30 :00 6:30 7.00 7:30 Jt'fW) Oilnl 8:30 · :00 9:30 10:00 10:30 11:00 Johnny Western News, Weather Serial Biihop Fulton Sheen Unexpected Danny Thomis Show E*rly Show Crslff Kennedy Photo Final - Tower Matinee Meat Magic ' Worn, with a Past Robert Q. Lewis Search, Tomorrow Ruth .Anne's Sch. Tombstone Terror Captain Video Doug Edwards Bishop Sheen Red Skelton Badge 714 Ford Theater Show Business See It .Now Borneo A r t h u r Godfrey Time Strike It Rich Valiant Lady Search for Tomorrow News at Noon Garry Moore Show Art Linkletter The Big Payoff Bob Crosby Around the Town ffollywood Playhouse Superman Bob DeHaven Show -edric Adams News Doug Edwards News Bishop F. J. 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Garry Moor* Show Double or Nothinf Art Linkletter The Kit Payoff Bob Crosby Around the Towv Ding Dong School Betty White Show TV Schooltlme Strike It Rich Valiant Lady Search for Tomorrow The Service Wagon Garry Moore Double or Nolhlnf House Party Bi« Payoff Bob Cro«by Science' Review DO-IT-YOURSELF" Idea is making wonderful progress, many customers are getting material to make small improvements and some of the improvements are not so small. Here are a few of the things you may need and can make yourself or at least assemble them. Extra heavy 24" x 84" trellis ready to assemble for $2.00. We have something new for yard enclosures, eight or ten foot sections, made of clear dry lumber, 8-ft. sections; ready cut will cost approximately 80 cents per foot, according to the height you'may want This you can buy the material for, use our plan and make the fence yourself or you can buy it ready to assemble. We also can moke the regular straight pickets should you want a picket fence. 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Ribbon Bouts The Big Playback Wrestling WCCO-TV, No. 4 Hollywood Playhouse School Time Cisco Kid Bob DcHaven Show Ccdrlc -Adams New* DOUR Edwards News Arthur Godfrey Strike It H!ch I've Got a Secret International Boxing What's My Lino Night News WOI-TV, No. 5 Robert Q. Lewis TelcclasJ: Llternturt Howdy Doody Magic Window Telcvlslt Captain Video News: Done Edwards Arthur Godfrey I Led Three Live* I've Got A Secret Challenge Mr. MciN'utlcy Ten O'clock Neva Letter to Lorett* THURSDAY, F E B R U A R Y 25 9:00 9*1(1 .»w 10*00 I0i30 11 :00 11: 30 .*) ,nt\ i*: vw 12:30 1:00 1:30 2:00 *"*3fl 3:00 3:30 4:00 4:30 5:00 5:30 6:00 6:30 7:00 7:30 8:00 8 :3Q 9:00 9:30 10:00 i n'.in j u : Ju 1 1 :00 Garry Moore News, Weather Serial All Star Theater Four-Star Playhouse Early Show TV Theater To Be Announced Photo Final Tower Matinee Worn, with a Past Robert -0. Lewis Search, Tomorrow Miss Ruth Anne Smilln' Ed Range nidcr Captain Video Doug Kc! wards Gene Autry 4 Star Playhouse Dangerous Assign. Life Begins at 80 Liberace Place the Face Evidence for Hire Arthur Godfrey Time Strike It Rich Valiant Lady Search for Tomorrow News at Noon Garry Moore Show Art Unklrttcr The mn I'ayolt Bob Crosby Around the Town Hollywood Playhouse Gene Autry Bob DcHaven Show Cedric Adams News Doug Edward* News Meet Mr. McNutley Four Star Playhouse Video Theater Big Town Philip Morris Playhs. Place the Face City Detectlvo Night News Sports Roundup Ding Dong School Betty White Show TV Schooltlme Strike It Rich Valiant Lady Search for Tomorrow The Service Wagon Garry Mooro TEA Big Payoff What's Your Trouble Your Home Hour Robert Q. Lewis Tclcciass: Philosophy Howdy Doody Magic Window Tclevlsit Captain Video Doug Edwards New* You Bet Your Ufe Down to Earth Lux Video Theater Kraft TV Theater Dragnet Ten O'clock News TBA Comedy Hour 9:30 10:00 10:30 11 "00 U .*»n :ju 12:00 12:30 1 -00 1:30 2:00 2:30 3:00 3:30 4:00 4:30 5:00 5:30 6:00 6:30 7:00 7:30 8:00 8:30 8:00 9:30 10:00 10:30 11:00 Johnny Western Sings Smilln' Ed New*, Weather Serial Story Theater ' Early Show Captured Into the Night Photo Final Tower Matinee Worn, with a Past Search, Tomorrow Ruth Anne's Sch. Space Cadet Film Captain Video Doug Edwards Talfs TV Talent Topper Playhse. of Stars Amos 'n Andy My Friend Irm» Person to Person Return of Jesse J. 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