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March 15, 1934

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 5

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MARCH 15 ! 1934 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE FIVE DEBATERS WILL VIE FOR TITLE Algona, Decorah, St. Ansgar and Emmetsburg Among Teams Entered. · IOWA CITY, March 15.--Twentysix of the high schools which will send debate teams to the state championship tournament at thb University of 'Iowa next week were announced by Prof. A. C. Baird, di- ·rector of the Iowa forensic league. With Roosevelt of Des Moines in class A and Onawa in class B as defending champions, the list includes 11 schools in the larger group, with three yet to he chosen and 15 in class B. . Each Sends Tivo Teams. 1 Each school will be represented by two teams of two speakers each, and will compete in four rounds ol debate, win or lose. The four schools having the most decisions in each class will move into the semifinals. There will be a 'total of 62 debates in each division. In addition, championship contests ·will be held in extemporaneous speaking and oratory. The program is part of the annual speech Institute which includes play production contests for high schools, junior colleges and community groups and junior college debates, artistic reading and extemporaneous speaking. Qualifiers are Named. There are the debate competitors to date: Class A--Algona, Fori Dod^e. Decorah. Cedar Falls, Abraham Lincoln of Council Bluffs, Roosevelt of Des Moines, Creston, Oskaloosa, Centerville, Davenport, Burlington. Class B--Northwestern academy of Orange City, St. Mary's of Cherokee, Emmetsburg. Humboldt, St. Ansgar, Nevada, Tripoli, Teachers high of Cedar Falls, Onawa, Avoca, Catholic Academy of Des Moines, Lamoni, Pella, Cincinnati and St. Joseph's of Ft. Madison. Two Tickets Filed. WESLEY, March 15.--Two tickets have been filed for the town election March 26. The Citizens ticket carries names of incumbents as follows: Mayor, John Hutchison; treasurer, Henry Kunz; assessor, I. A. Gerdes; councilmen, H. J. Braley, A. L. Kleiupeter, Matt Laux, A. M. Lease and Emil. Wester. The new deal ticket calls for: Mayor, Preston Chapin: councilmen, R. C. Bauer, James Hodges, Julius Lorenz, J. T. Meurer and Swan Nelson. TRADEHOME'S P R E - E A S T E R SELLING EVENT! 1,000 PAIRS EASTER STYLES NEWEST NOVELTY STYLES arc ready with the smartest and most desired styles of Easter shoes erer offered at this low price--you'll be surprised at the quality and fit when yon sec them! SNAPPIEST SPORT OXFORDS Voii'U find all the newest styles here--KiJtics! All Whites, too! MEN'S AND BOYS'OXFORDS Leather Sole Children's Shoes Patent straps--black calf oxfords--new novelties Jn styles for zirls and boys in sizes S!£ to 2. Every Pair With Solid Leather Soles £ moKRh fflnmv suo^ STOR* ROAD REFUNDING IN IOWA STARTS Many North Counties Listed in Schedule of Plans for Refinancing. DES MOINES, March 15. (UP) -Nationwide attention was centered on Iowa today as the highway commission began a county primary road bond refunding program in 46 counties which will affect $13,657,000 in outstanding obligations and save the state an estimated .flOO,- 000 annually. A strong bond market now prevailing indicated that the first sales, in Marshall, Black Hawk and Wapello counties today, would result in good premiums paid for four per cent bonds, or an average reduction of nearly one per cent over the entire program. Refunding, made possible by a act passed by the special legislature just ended, not only was to replace certain outstanding bonds of from four and a half to five and a half per cent interest rate, with bonds of from four to four and a half per cent, but also to pro-rate and reorganize the time of retirement of the issues so as to co-ordinate with the entire state road financing program. Would Overtax Receipts. It was pointed out that of the ,?95,000,000 in primary road bonds npw outstanding, many county issues mature in the same years, which would overtax receipts from the primary road fund, thus forcing counties to take up the obligations by special taxes. Under the reorganization launched today, the bonds eventually will be retired at about the rate of ?S,OOQ,000 annually, which it is hoped can be met from the primary road funds without drawing- on the individual counties for extra aid. Sales are held at the various county seats. With proceeds of the sales of new lower interest bearing bonds, the highway commission will call in and purchase the higher interest bonds. Premiums expected to be paid possibly will defra3' costs of the financing. County Schedule Given. The county schedule of the refinancing follows: March 5: Marshall, 5118,000; Black Hawk, 5560,000; Wapello, ?295,000. March 16: Des Moines, $124,000; Lee, $495,000: Dubuque, J450,000; Clinton, 5433,000. March 19: Delaware, 5225,000; Mahaska, 5200,000; Keokuk, $200,000. March 20: Washington, 5272,000; Henry, $470,000; Jones, $570,000; Jackson, 5300,000. March 21:. Clayton, 5200,000; Fayette, J200.000; Jefferson, $150,000; , . Marcfi' 22: T)avis, $160,000; Monroe, $180,000; Wlnneshiek, $380,000; Howard, $200,000. March 23: Chickasaw, $280,000; Floyd, -5106,000; Wayne, 5200,000: Dccatur, $249,000. March 26: Buchanan, $200,000; Bremen, $277.000: Pottawattamie, 5363,000; Mills, 570,000. March 27: Montgomery, 5360,000: Page, 5240,000; Butler, 5420,000; Franklin, $295,000. March 28: Worth, $375,000: Kossuth. $200,000; Adair, $200,000; Greene, 5375,000. March 29: Polk, $901,000; Jasper, 5278,000; O'Brien, $175,000; Woodbury, 5875,000. March 30: Monona, 5200,000; Harrison, $130,000; Warren, 5308,000; Lucas, $140,000. VICTIMS IN KANSAS HOLDUP Willard XJnvlUe (right), chief counsel of Atchison, Kans., was shot and seriously wounded by a blast of machine gun fire, and Ed Iverson (left), cashier of the Exchange State bank at Atchlson, was slugged and severely injured by four men who robbed the Exchange National and Exchange State- bunks of about $2.1,000. Nine employes were kid- naped temporarily by the robbers to shield their getaway. (Associated Press Photos). Mrs. Weamer III. NORA SPRINGS--Mrs. John Weamer has been confined to her bed several weeks because of heart disease. Called to Minneapolis. FLOYD--Mrs. George Stewart was called to Minneapolis by the illness of her daughter, Mrs. Irma Lageaon. Talks by Several From Mason City Are Given at Emmetsburg Session EMMETSBURG, March 15.-Standard Oil employes from eight counties met at Emmetsiburg Wednesday night where a banquet and program were held at the Kermore hotel with 100 in attendance. An informal program included talks by H. C. Bruce, R. F. Kinneman, M. A. Neighbor, M. C. Pangborn, M. F. Miller and E. C. Sullivan, all officials from Mason City; L. J. Sargent. Estherville. manager, and F. G. McCreery, Emmetsburg official. Musical numbers included songs by Jack Welsh of Mason City, Lester Hopkins of Emmetsburg and Ruba Kasa of Wallingford A group of dances was presented by Mme. Rickard of Spencer. Counties represented were Emmet, Palo Alto, Kossuth. Buena Vista. Humboldt, Clay, Pocahontaa and Dickinson. STARTER GENERATOR and IGNITION SERVICE Central Battery Electric Company 18 SOUTH FEDERAL MASON CITY, IOWA Mrs. Mitchell Again Elected President of Manly Library Board MANLY. March 15.--The library board of the Manly public library met Wednesday afternoon at the library. Mrs. W. J. Mitchell and Mrs. R. A. Culver were re-elected to the board and Mrs. Louise McKercher was elected to fill the vacancy left by Mrs. Lewis Field. The following officers were elec- j ted: President. Mrs. W. J. Mitchell, who was re-elected; vice president, Mrs. J. H. Mullinix; secretary. Mrs. C. H. Irvin, and treasurer, Mrs. S. 0. Brown. The members of the board were elected for a term of three years. The nomination committee Included the Rev. G. G. Parker, chairman, Mrs. R. G. Mitchell, Mrs. Elmer Benson, Mrs. M. J. Mullin and the Rev. Karl Rest. Members of the book committee are Mrs. R. A. Culver, chairman. Mrs. M. J. Mullin and Mrs. Lewis Field. Mrs. Louise McKercher. chairman, the Rev. F. R. Blakely and Mrs. Delia Heiny compose the room committee and the financial committee includes Mrs. C. H. Irvin, chairman, Mrs. S. O. Brown. Mrs. J. H. Mullinix, Mrs. Harry Gavin and Mrs. J. |H. Hovel. Walter Sullivan Rites Conducted at Belmond BELMOND, March 15.--Funeral services for Walter Sullivan, 47, who died in St. Paul from pneumonia, were held at the St. Francis church here Wednesday morning, Father ilolloy of Eagle Grove officiating. Mr. Sullivan was an ex-service man. He was a brother of Mrs. Clifford Chase of Goodell. Burial was in the Saint Francis cemetery with the members of the American Legion Eimbrink post in charge. Twin Sons Are .Born. NEW HAMPTON, March 15.-Born to Mr. and Mrs. Gerald A. Ward, twin sons, March 12. To Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Qtiillan, Lawlcr. a daughter. March ]2. at St. Joseph's hospital here. Suppose T H AT CORD BROKE in your tire! T HIS is a machine for stretching cords the way they'll have to stretch in your tire -- every time the tire rolls around, which means about 500 times a minute at 45 miles an hour. Both cords have been stretched exactly die same and then released. Look at the farther cord. It's come back tight and straight again. That's Superhvist -- the cord used in every ply of every Goodyear Tire. Now look at that broken cord in the foreground and think what might happen if you had cords like that in your tire! 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