The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on March 22, 1934 · Page 7
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March 22, 1934

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 7

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MARCH 22 M 1934 TOOSfflilTJN STATE CONTEST Dramatic Fest at Iowa City Largest of Kind Ever Held in Midwest. IOWA CITY, March 22 u With all records for number of en- tnes.broken, the first of nearly 700 *orensic and dramatic contestants from all parts of the state started |2?SS^SX^^ Iowa's.annual speech institute A total of 72 casts from 29 h.gh schools and 14 junior col eges. The institute, which also includes a conference for speech teachers, will c i ose Saturday. 12 Casts Present. Dramatic competition brought the largest number of entries the 72 casts representing community play** 'organizations, junior colleges and high schools. Each will prestnt J.C.M. Hanson, Luther Graduate, Is Honored by Library Quarterly DECORAH, March 22.-Dr. J. C. M. Hanson, for many years librarian of the University of Chicago and a graduate of Luther college with the class of 1882, was honored by librarians throughout rial W °?, d on hls seventieth birthday by the publication of the spring **»- ot «« Ubrary Quarterly^ de- nTn rel £ to contrib of Dr. Hanson. nS in many countries of | Larg^ Crowd Present for Presented in Dows . March 22._ T he home talent play under the auspices of the town baseball team Tuesday clgh? at the: Amaxu theater was attended by a full house.The cast was Mrs. W. G Knox Mrs. Harold Schweiger, Miss Lucretia Anderson, Miss Lurfla Brinkman. Miss Elpha June Carter Ray Taylor, Roy Johnson. Wallace Welzien, Dick Stewart. Carl Johnson and Miss Elpha June Carter. History i s the sad story of men and races that got too cocky.-Cedar Kaplds Garette «i»«n"" J TM'Z *° a Iibrar lan, empha- stetag particularly his connection with the reorganization of the Vati- "·-· at Rome, the Univ( -Or o libraries and the ,, -- Congress at Washins Ha^f a 10y . al s "PP°rter of LuL.., ttanson received an honorary de- of Laws from " Why Tell the World You Have Body Odor? New Way End, It Inttantly Leavet No Medicine-Smell _JttASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE SEVEN University officials declare the dramatic festival is "the bistres' show of its kind ever held l i t h e midwest." Four stages are being used to complete the showing of the 150 In Forensic*. More than 150 high school and Junior college students survived previous elimination contests to qualify for the finals of the forensic tournament, the largest single competition being Class A high school debating with i* schools entered. Nine Class B schools will vie for the debate title in that division. Bach schools will be represented by two terms of two speakers each and the subject for debate will be whether or not the United States should adopt the essential features of the British system of radio broadcasting; control. Oratory on Program. In addition to the high school debating contest, there will be high speaking events. Junior colleges will compete in debate, oratory and artistic reading. Twenty conferences and lectures have been arranged for high school and junior college speech teachers and supervisors attending the Instt- ni ^, V6rsity facult y members will discuss play writing, radio oroadcasting, scenic design, the selection and-direction of plays, and costuming at the conference meet- V ings for speech teachers. jfejftnstrumental, Vocal Numbers Presented at Hampton Club Session HAMPTON, March ZZ.-Mrs.'A 1 ?· S ^ lw . President of the Hamp.: . ton Women's club, presided at the \ March meeting held Wednesday aft! ernoon at Hotel Coonley Mrs C L Bredt was in charge of^the musical program which followed the business meeting. Mrs. J. E. Foster, Mrs vv- J. Keefe and Mrs. Bredt composed a string trio which opened the program with "Barcarolle," "aid Cossack's Revel." Mrs. J. E. Foster, soprano, followed with "My Heart at Thy Sweet Voice," from "Sampson and Dehlah," and "Were My Song With Wings Provided." She also contributed a group of songs, "Dawn" "Ho! Mr. Piper," and "Life," b'v Pearl Curran. Mrs. W. J. Keefe vio- umst, was on the program with several violin selections. A musical farce concluded thei program with Mrs. Howard Hughes' as Mrs. White. Mrs. Howard Dirst as Miss Ruby Brown, John D. Coonley as the book agent and Lee Lemke as the minister, in "After noon Calls." Governor Balzar Who Called Nevada "Last Free State" Is Dead, CARSON CITY, Nev., March 22 «t--Death has ended the career of Gov. 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