The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on August 8, 1935 · Page 22
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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 22

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, August 8, 1935
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/Y-TWO MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, AUGUST 8 1935 KOSSUTH FLOWER SNOW IS OPENED Giilespie Wins 13 Firsts Entries 'Number More Than 1,000. 1, ALGONA, Aug. 8.--The' Kossut county annual flower show opene ·Wednesday at the high school aud; jtorium with more than 1,000 en tries. Much interest was taken thi year in the show. The sweepstake prize in gladiolus went to Webste Giilespie of Algona. A silver cup ,or a choice Allenwood bulb given by the Foss Heaton Glad gardens o Creston was the award given. H. N Kruse, Algona, displayed the bes spike of glads and an award wa.. given by F. C. Harnberger of Ham burg, N. Y. W. W. Giilespie won 13 first seven seconds and three thirc places in gladiolus division. H. N Kruse won six firsts, 8 seconds and 4 third places. The Rev. A. English won 2 seconds and one third place and Jerry Stillraan won three firsts and one second. Mae Etherington was given firsl in the aster division; Glen Raney first, in the dahlia division and Mrs Mildred Jennings, Burt, second Mrs. William K. Ferguson won first Glen Raney second in the nardy phlox division. Mrs. H. N. Kruse won first and the Rev. A. English won second in the snapdragon division. Frank Geige] won first in the giant zinnia collection, Mrs. H, N. Kruse, second, and Mrs. R. A. Bartlett, Whitteraore, third place, Mrs. Bartlett won first in the baby zinnia collection, Glen Raney second and Mrs. C. C. Smith, third place. W. W. Giilespie won first and siecond prizes in the basket of glads and Mrs. Rose Scanlon won first in the best basket of mixed flowers, Mrs. Maud Free, second and Mrs. Charles Ingersol, third. Mrs. Mildred Jennings, Burt, won first in the best bow] table arrangement, Mrs. Maud Free, second and Mae Etherington, third. Mrs. H. E. Woodward, Whittemore, won first and second in the best vase of flowers and Mrs. H. N. Kruse, third. The judges were Mrs. H. 0. Buell, Burt, Ray W. Whorley, Mason City, and J. Pederson, Forest City. President-Elect for 4-H Girls in Hancock Dies From Hemorrhage GARNER, Aug. 9.--Ruth Tomp- Idns, 16, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. P. S. Tompkins, of Old Concord, one jnile south and west of Garner, pYam'dent-elect of the Girls' 4-H clubs'of Hancock county, died at a Mason City hospital at 3 o'clock Wednesday afternoon following an operation for the removal of her tonsils Saturday. On Wednesday of last week she had one of her ears lanced and was threatened with mastoid. Her death was caused from hemorrhage. She was planning a motor trip to California with her parents and her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Burnham of Illinois, who had arrived several days ago. She was a senior of Garner high school and had taken an active part in girls' 4-H club ·work and was chosen 4-H style queen of Hancack county last year. Born in October, 1919, she spent her life in Ellington township and for the past 10 years on the farm near Garner. Surviving are her parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. S. Tompkins and two brothers, Claire, 12, and Dean, 5, her uncle, C. H. Tompkins principal of the Garner grade school and grandparents and many relatives. Funeral arrangements have not been made pending word from relatives in New York and California but will be held at the First Methodist church of which she was a member. The Rev. T. Ernest Hoon will be in chaige. ·Be money ahead! Pave Secondary Roads with Concrete... This may be a pleasant surprise, but the cold figures show that concrete is the economical "buy" for farm-to-market roads as well as state roads. ' First cost is less than for state road pavements. In many cases a pavement only 9 or 10 feet in width will serve traffic adequately and safely -- permitting a still further saving. You enjoy decades of all-year service--and in the meantime low maintenance saves thousands of dollars a mile! Taxpayers prefer concrete because it is comfortable, safe and saving in gas, oil, tires and car repair. Free booklet "Ar. Open Letter to Henry Ford" has a lot of facts important to YOU. Send for it Today. PORTIA'CD C E K E M T A S S O C I A T I O N 408 Hubbel! Building DCS Moines, Iowa Mahan in New Post Prof. Bruce E. Mahan, left, will succeed Prof. F. G. Higbec, right, as University of Iowa alumni secretary. Professor Mahan will continue as extension division director. Professor Hlghee will devote full time to teaching In the college of engineering. LEGION MUSICAL EVENTS PLANNED More Than 1,000 to Carry Instruments to Albert Lea Convention. ALBERT LEA, Minn., Aug. 8. --Music will play an important part n the annual American Legion and auxiliary convention here beginning Saturday and continuing five days. Attesting to the fact that the blare of trumpets and booming and rattle of drums will be much in evidence is an announcement from Legion headquarters in St. Paul, that more than 1,000 men and women delegates will carry instruments to his city. Others to Play. In addition to this number it wag announced that 13 musical organi- ations other than those connected yith the Legion, will also play dur- ng the sessions and participate ic he parade and street activities. The largest of the Legion bands o participate in the contests in onnection with the convention is he fourth district from St. Paul nth 76 members. The Bearcat band '. Minneapolis has 51 players, (he inth district band 45 and the Dad Wisted post of Duluth 44. The ambridge post has a band of 32 Cities entering the drum corps in- ude the East Side post of St. aul, Worthington, Mankato, Chisolm, Faribault, Pelican Rapids, ly, Litchfield and Sleepy Eye. Women Also Competing. The only auxiliary entrant in the ss A band contest is the Braind post organization composed of 2 members. In A drum corps women's units represented will be the 25th Field Artillery, Duluth; Ait- in and Crookston. In Class B drum uxiliary drum corps are Wells and hief River Falls. The annual parade will be held ext Tuesday afternoon while at 7 m. that evening the drum corps ontest will be held on the high chool football field. Registration for delegates will ommence at 9 a. m. Saturday with pre-convention dance and bowery n a huge floor constructed on on5 f Austin's principal streets will be eld in the evening. Prizes amount- ig to $225 will be given away at he dance Saturday night. The con- ention proper will get under way unday. oncordia Band Given Good Reception During Trip Through Norway MOORHEAD, Minn., Aug. 8. UP) --The Concordia college band, now n a concert tour in Norway, is be- ng enthusiastically received in that ountry, it was reported today by .rthur 0. Wigdahl, manager. Newspaper accounts of the con- erts in the various cities, he said, vere unanimous in praise of the and, which numbers 40 pieces tin- er the direction of Prof. J. A. Holik. The tour will conclude Aug. 8 vith a concert at Oslo. After a hort sightseeing tour in Sweden nd Denmark, the band will sail for he United States Aug. 13. Accompanying the organization re Dr. J. N. Brown, president of Concordia college and the Rev. S. G iauge, member of the board of di- ectors. owa Speaks Program Friday Night Will Be Given by Washington DES MOINES, Aug. 8.--Washing- on, Iowa will take over the micro- hone on the Iowa Speaks program 'riday, which will be broadcast rom the studios of WHO, Deg loines at 7 p. m. R. E. Shannon, business manager f the Washington Journal, will be he speaker presenting facts about Vashington, Interspersed with mu- ical numbers. The music will be as ollows: Solos by Pierce Knox, xylo- honist and Maurice Mayo, trom- onist, and a piano duet by Mrs. T. I. Phillips and Mrs. Robert Hender. Irs. Phillips also will be the accompanist for the other musicians. Pierce Knox is temporarily blin'l and is at present a student at the state institution for the blind at Vinton. His work with the xylophone is said to be of exceptional quality. Next week Chariton is scheduled to take over the Iowa Speaks broadcast. Visit in Mason City. DUMONT--Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Sorcnson and daughters, Myrvel and Evelyn, spent Tuesday evening with his sister, Mrs. L. A. Andersen and family at Mason City. Helical Tied Coil Spring $795 Several dozen, concshaped, oil tempered, premlerwire coil springs are used to make this spring more comfortable. Heavy angle base. Fits either wood or mcta! bed. LSlOUtl- id ° n 5 to ,d9 et save S£ of ceV ^0- is l v Semi-Porcelain COAL RANGE $4950 Do you need a new range for this fall? Then take advantage of the remarkable savings offered during our August Sale. 5-Pc. 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