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January 30, 1936

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 3

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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, JANUARY 30 1936 THRE1 WILL APPEAR ON BIRTHDAY BALL PROGRAM oJrt hy Lock by Kayenny OOUOTHY MADSEN 1 5 SCHOOLS IN DEBATE TOURNEY Competition Will Be Held Feb. 14, 15 at Iowa State Teachers. CEDAR FALLS, Jan. 30.-- Fifteen high schools have already entered the annual Brindley Jug* school debate tournament at the Iowa State Teachers college, scheduled for Friday and Saturday, Feb. 14 and 15, according to Dr. F. W. Lambertson, professor of public speaking and debate coach at Teachers college. Entrees do not close until Feb. 1, so there may be others by Saturday of this week. The present list is the largest number of entrees since the tournament was founded. Each school will enter two teams, one affirmative and one negative, and each team will be guaranteed six rounds of debat- Scholarships Awarded. The four-year scholarships are awarded each year by the college to the three debaters chosen by the judges as the best in the contests. Last year these awards were made to -Erwin Gaede, Tripoli, now enrolled at the college; Claire Ttison. Newton; and Edith Ashoff, Fort ·Dodge. The tournament as a whole PROGRAM 7:30 to 8:15--Mason City high school band concert. 8:15--Elks glee club. 8:20--Talk by Dr. Madeline Donnelly. 8:25--Talk by Mrs. Alex Miller, secretary of state. 8:35--Mildred Reed, Dows, dancer. 8:40--Ruth Buehler, marimba solo. 8:45--Babe Kropman and Margaret Kern, dance. 8:50--Jeanne Ludwig, acrobatic dancer. 8:55--Larry Reardon, soloist. 9:00--Barbara Isaacs, oriental dance. 9:05--Arlene Zirbel and Mary Gilbert, dance. 9:!0--Dorothy Madsen, dancer. 9:15--Phillip Cotsones, singer and dancer. 9:20--Jeanne Ludwig, acrobatic dancer. 9:25--Arlene Zirbel and Mary Gilbert, dance. 9:30--Dorothy Madsen, fast tap dance. 9:35--Barbara Isaacs, high kick waltz. 9:40 until 10:30--Dancing to music of Clarence Craven and his Golden Gate orchestra. 10:30--President Roosevelt's nationwide broadcast will be heard. Dancing will be resumed and will continue until 1 o'clock immediately following the president's address. With the third annual president's Birthday Ball, to be held at the armory Thursday night for the benefit of sufferers of infantile paralysis, an assured financial success those in charge of the arrangements were adding the final touches to the program. One of the latest additions to the lavish floor show planned Thursday night is Miss Mildred Reed, dancer from Dows, who will appear in one number. President Franklin D. Roosevelt's nationwide broadcast to be given largely for those in attendance at the 5,000 balls being held throughout the country, will be heard at 10:30. was won last year by the teams from Clarion. Arrangements for the tournament will be handled by the Hamilton club, a student speech organization at the college. North lowans Enter. Schools which have entered the tournament are Vinton, Orange township, Wellsburg, Elkader, Decorah, Rockwell City, Oelwein, Burlington. Newton, Fort Dodge, Cedar Falls, Marion, Belle Plaine, Teachers college high school and Clarion. Faculty members and students will serve as judges. The first 3 rounds will be held in college classes on Friday, some in the 8 o'clock, some in 10 o'clock, and some in 1 o'clock classes, and the professor whose class is visited will serve a judge. Other rounds will be on Saturday morning, for which session 28 judges and as many timekeepers will be needed. The finals will be at 3 p. m. Saturday, with students judging. Served by Society. SWALEDALE--The M. E. Ladies' Aid served a luncheon Tuesday noon in the social rooms. MEN, A GOOD WASHER SALESMAN HAS TO GET PERFECT RESULTS/EVEN IN HftRD WATER, ALWAYS TELL CUSTOMERS TO USE RINSO ONE OF MY CUSTOMERS HAS SEEN COMPLAINING THAT HER WASH ISN'T WHITE ENOUGH. 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AFKODUCt Of ISnn B1OTHEJS COMPANY Tested and Approved by Good Housekeeping Institute Charles City News Mary Hagerty, Floyd, Married to Burkhardt CHARLES CITY, Jan. 30.--Miss Mary Leone Hagerty, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Hagerty, Floyd, and Edward J. Burkhardt, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Burkhardt, Charles City, were married Tuesday in the Catholic church by the Rev. W. J. Convery. The attendants were Miss Clara Burkhardt, sister of the bridegroom, and Burr Hagerty, brother of the bride. Following the ceremony a wedding breakfast was served at the home of the bride's parents. After a short wedding trip Mr. and Mrs. Burkhardt will be at home on a farm near Clarksville. The couple was honored with several pre-nuptial courtesies. Miss Stella Parker and Edwin L. Smith, both of Charles City were married Tuesday evening by the Rev. A. A. Rideout. The attendants, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Helmers and a sma.ll group of friends witnessed the ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Smith will live in Charles City. Three From Charles City Start on Trip in Trailer CHARLES CITY, Jan. 30.--Mr. and Mrs. Bim Castle and Miss Doris Lindaman left by motor yesterday for a two month's outing in Texas. A well equipped trailer was attached to the car to provide living quarters while on tour. The trailer is equipped with bed, lights, sink, cupboard, stove, ice box, table lavatory and radio. Mi-, and Mrs. Joe Kitchcrer started by motor Tuesday for Dallas. Texas, where they will spend three weeks sightseeing. Olds Elected President. CHARLES CITY. Jan. 30.--Stockholders of the Citizens National bank at their annual meeting reelected the following officers for 1936: President, Horace B. Olds; vice president and cashier, W. A. Loosebrock; assistant cashiers, H. J. Nelson and E. A. Toepfer. The directors include Horace E. Olds; W. A. Loosebrock; M. G. Smith; H. W. Winterink and Lee M. Fenholt. Charles City Briefs CHARLES CITY. Jan. 30.--A marriage license was issued to Wilfred L. Smith and Stella B. Parker, both of Charles City. Scientific motion picture films were shown at the monthly business meeting of the Floyd County Medical society in the staff room of the Ccda.r Valley hospital. Dinner was served preceding the meeting. Physicians were present from Rudd, Riceville, Nashua and Rockford. The newly adopted son of Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Lundstrom was taken to the Cedar Valley hospital for medical attention. Fred Bird had a major operation in the hospital yesterday. Clifford Carter of Nashua who fractured his leg when he fell from a haymow Monday had a cast applied in the hospital. Merlin Ponto has gone to Beloit, Wis.. to take training in operating Diesel engines at the Fairbanks Morse school. hi b.v I.firk by KHJVIIII AKLENK ZIRBEL and MAKY GILBEHT Rudolph Renter, noted pianist, will give a recital Monday evening in the high school auditorium. His appearance is sponsored by the Parent-Teacher council. The Past Chiefs association of the Pythian Sisters will meet tonight at the home of Mrs. Viola Beck. The Charles City Comets will meet Rockford Friday evening in :he eleventh game of the season. Rockford has been defeated only once this season. The game will be a doubleheader, starting at 7 o'clock. Representatives from Upper Iowa college gave a program at the high school yesterday morning. President tVelch and Professor Baum both ^poke and a girls' soxtr.t sang a group of fongn GUFFEY CLAIMS FIGHT TO GO ON Says Soft Coal Industry to Be Regulated in Spite of High Court. WASHINGTON, Jan. 30. (.-TWA continued battle for federal regulation of the soft coal industry if the supreme court rules the Guffey act unconstitutional was predicted today by Senator Guffey (D-Pi.), author of the coal control measure. Speaking at the United Mine Workers convention, Guffey said: "Should the court knock out this act which contains such great humanitarian principles in behalf of labor. I pledge myself to a continuation of the efforts of your leaders and I stand ready to sponsor further legislation which may accomplish the results which they and I so greatly desire. In Fight to Finish. "I am in this fight to a finish and will consider it ended only after you and I have obtained that which we want and that to which the members of your organization are entitled." While Guffey spoke, the resolutions committee went to work on 3,000 proposals for convention action, including one aimed at William Green, president of the American Federation of Labor. A Fayette City, Penn., local suggested that the miners remove Green as their delegate to the A. F. of L. convention because of his stand against Lewis in the fight between the craft and industrial unions. Green is a member of the United Mine Workers. Only Small Minority. Guffey said only a small minority of coal operators were trying to outlaw the act providiag price-fixing for the soft coal industry and guaranteeing the miners' rignts to bargain collectively. This minority, he said, sought to deny congress and the president the power to deal with "a nation-wide industry which has been hopelessly demoralised for more than 50 years" and "an industry which neither the producers nor miners by their individual or pint efforts have been able to control." $538,940 Paid to Depositors in 24 Closed Iowa Banks DBS JMOINES, Jan. 30. UP)--The state banking department reported today that receivers of 24 closed Iowa state banks paid depositors $538,940.76 during January. Twelve banks, the report shows, made final payments. These twelve and th e amount of payments were: Iowa Trust and Savings bank. Dubuquc, 5 per cent totaling $52,174.80. making 100 per cent returned ID depositors. Knierirn State bank, Knicrim, 10 per cent totaling S6.562.06, making 100 per cent returned to depositors. Calumet State bank, Calumet, 16 per cent totaling .515,176.92. Ainsworth Savings bank, Ainsworth, 13 per cent totaling $21.565.07. Halbur Farmers bank, Halbur, 10 per cent totaling 59,925.17. Harris Farmers State bank, Harris, IS per cent, totaling $14,687.4.1. Peoples Trust and Savings bank, Iowa Falls. 11 per cent, totaling 516,503.25. Farmers Saving bank. Larchwood. 30 per cent totaling S12.lflO.61. avings bank of Larchwood. 111 per rent totaling S12.70D.64. ! Pleasant Prairie Savings b a n k . ! Pleasant Prairie, 11 per cent total- ng 521,164.88. Sutherland State bank. Suther| land, 7 per cent, totaling ?23,270.20. Tiffin Savings bank. Tiffin, 6 per cent, totaling $4,823.48. lowans on K;ception Group. CHICAGO. Jan. 30.--President William L. Ransom of the American Bar association announced that Mark A. Walsh of Burlington, and Jesse A. Miller of Des Moines, have been appointed members of the reception committee for the next annual convention of the association, to be held in Boston. Masa., during the week of Aug.-24, IMS. DRUG STORE MAIL ORDERS FILLED SAME DAY RECEIVED 13 North Federal Avenue Phone 909 Right to Limit Quantities I. «"U Full Pint R U B B I N G A L C O H O L 2for21c 1.25 P c t r o l a g a r FULL PINT 79c 85 c D E X T R I M A L T O S E 57c 35c V I C K ' S V A P O - R U B 24c 25c ?FEENAMINT] G U M 2 for 26c * 100 Genuine [ A S P I R I N TABLETS 2for21c 60c F A T H E R J O H N ' S M E D I C I N E 40c 2 5 c L Y S O L I DISINFECTANT! 19c 3 5 c S L O A N ' S L I N I M E N T j 26c za 1.25 fP E R U N A] T O N I C 79c 25c M I S T O L INOSE DROPS 16c g^Ujgp No Sales to Dealers. These Specials for Friday and Saturday. ULf 1 MU 50c r V I L D R O O T Hot Oil S H A M P O O 2 for 25C 75c N OX E M A Grease'ess C R E A M 2 for 76C 25c Hill's C A SC A R A Q U I N I N E 19c 35c P O N D ' S C R E A M S 25c Full Pint [Honey-Almond 1 L O T I O N 33c L U X 'TOILET SOAP! te" 4 0 c Pitcher's CASTORIA for 41C Full Pound Hospital C O T T O N f o V S l C 1.00 Mar-O-Oil SHAMPOO L i- 01 2Sc Dr. West's Paste 2 for 26c 50c Pepsodent Antis. 2 for 4Sc Milk of Magnesia 2 for 36c Full Pint 25c Hinkle Pills 2 for 26C 35c Turpo Ointment 2 for 36c 75c Yeast Iron Tabs. 2 for 76c 35c Prep Shave Cream 2 for 36c lOc Lifebouy Soap 2 for lie Theatrical COLD C R E A M or Oatmeal Cleansing Cream Full Pound 60 c L AV E N A O A T M E A L FACIAL 50c Admiracion Shampoo 39C 35c FROSTILLA LOTION 29c 1.10 Hopper's Restorative Cream 74c VELOUR Powder Puffs 6 for 19c A rich, d e l i c i o u s d i n n e r with all the trimmings. Johnston's J U R K E Y BONES Taslyl Crunchyl Full «%CiC Pound »13 Superfine P e p p e r m i n t PATTIES Fresh! Delicious! 'Full 4% 4 C Pound t Full Pound Half Half .TOBACCO with $1 Linltman PIPE 98C King Edward 2 for Sc U. S. BOND 2 for 5c 1.00 'MELLO-GLO^ Face Powder 89c 500 f C L E A N S I N G ! T I S S U E S 2 for 46c bsS 50c r K O L Y N O S l Tooth Paste 36c 91 SSL- LADY ESTHER 1 C R E A M 37c BS 5 0 c C A L O X Tooth Powder 39c Box of 12 K O T E X N A P K I N S 18e K 50e MENNEN'S Shave Cream Large [ C O L G A T E ! Dental Cream EMERSON 5 f o r 2 2 c WHITE OWL 5fer22c Van Dyclt 32't 5 for 22c GRANGER Full Pound 69c Union Leader Ho». 63c iiiiii0§f^^ 50c /WOODBURY'S] POWDER

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