Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on April 5, 1934 · Page 2
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 2

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, April 5, 1934
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TWO MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE APRIL 5 1934 CHARLES CITY NEWS MUSIC CONTEST TO OPEN FRIDAY Northeast Iowa Schools to Engage in Competition at Charles City. CHARLES CITY, April 5,-- Fit ty- aeven schools will compete in the Northeast Iowa district music contest here Friday and Saturday. Judges will be Paul MacCollin and Mrs. Paul MacCollin of Morningside college, Miss Rosalind Cook of Iowa State college, Frank E. Kendrie of University of Iowa, M. Anthony Donato of Drake university. Miss Kuth Anderson and E. L. Gadbois of Minneapolis schools, Harold Avery of Tarkio college, Mo., and H. E. Wartel of Drake university. The program will be: Friday Morning. 8:30 Baritone-bass solo -- Cresco, Dunkerton, Osage, Toledo, 'West Union. 8-55 Contralto solo -- Aplington, Cedar Falls, Charles City, Glad- .brook, Lansing, Nashua, West Waterloo. 9:30 Soprano solo -- Cedar Falls, Charles City, New Hampton, Osage, Parkersburg, Toledo, Traer, East Waterloo. 10:10 Tenor solo -- Cresco, Grundy Center, Stanley, Vinton, West .Waterloo. 10:35 Boys' Glee club -- Class C, Aplington, Dunkerton, Lime Springs, Preston, Stanley, Vinton school for the blind. 11:35 Boys' Glee club-- Class B, Postville, Toledo. Friday Afternoon. 1:00 Mixed chorus -- Class C, Aplington, Clermont, Orange township, Riceville, Traer. ' 1:50 Girls Glee club-- Class C, Aplington, Guttenberg, Hudson, Preston, Riceville, Traer. 2:50 Boys' small vocal group- Class B and C, Dysart, Grundy Center, Postville, Traer. 3:25 Girls' small vocal group -Class B and C, Aplington, Jessup, New Hampton, Osage, Postville, Vinton, West Union. 4:25 Girls' Glee club-- Class B, Cedar Falls, Cresco, Dysart, Post- 'ville, Vinton, Waverly. Friday Evening. Auditorium -. 7:00 Mixed small vocal group -Class B and C, Cedar Falls, Nashua, Parkersburg, Toledo, Waukon. 7:40 Girls small vocal group-Class AA and A, Charles City, Decorah, Dubuque, Oelwein, East Waterloo. 8:20 Boys' small vocal group -Class AA and A, Charles City, Oel, West Waterloo, Bast Water- Nashua, Oelwein, Vinton, East Waterloo. 9:15 Chamber groups--Class B. and C, Cresco, Vinton, West Waterloo, Winthrop. 9:40 Class AA and A--Dubuque, West Waterloo. 10:00 Piano--Cedar Falls, Charles City (Helen Taylor); Fairbank, Mount Veraon, Toledo, West Waterloo, West Union. 11:00 Miscellaneous string group --Cresco, Vinton School for the Blind: Toledo. 11:25 Harp--Charles City (Dorothy Miller); Oelwein, East Waterloo. 11:50 Marimba-xylophone--Marble Rock, Toledo, West Waterloo. Music room-10:30 Trombone--Independence, Newhall,, Oelwein, Vinton, West Waterloo! 10:55 Baritone-euphonium -- Alburnett Blairstown, Osage, Oelwein, Preston, East Waterloo, West Waterloo. 11:30 French Horn--Charles City (Paul Moore); Dubuque, Vinton, East Waterloo, West Waterloo, West Union. Saturday Afternoon. 1:00 Violin--Arlington. Cresco, Traer, East Waterloo 1 , West Waterloo. 1:40 Bassoon--Marble Rock, Oelwein, Vinton, West Waterloo. 2:50 Orchestra, Class C--Arlington, Parkersburg, Traer, Vinton School for Blind. 3:50 Band, Class C--Arlington, Blairstown, Fremont, Marble Rock, Traer, Urbana, Winthrop. Band Room-3:00 Oboe--Cresco, East Waterloo West Waterloo. 3:15 Clarinet--Alburnett, Oelwein, Osage, Parkersburg, Postville, Vinton, Vinton School for the Blind, West Waterloo, Waverly. 2:00 'Cello--Cresco, Parkersburg, Vinton, Vinton School for Blind, East Waterloo. 2:40 Stringed Bass--East Waterloo. Auditorium-1:00 Chamber group (Brass)-Class AA and A, Charles City, Oel- weic, East Waterloo, West Waterloo. 1:32 Class Vinton. 1:50 Cornet--Blairstown, B and C--Dumont, Cedar Fall's, Charles City (Malcolm San ders); Dubuque, Postville, West Union. 2:20 Tuba--Cedar Falls, Charles City (Eugene Case); Marble Rock, Vinton, East Waterloo, Waukon. Saturday Evening. Auditorium-7:30 Orchestra, Class B--Grundy Center Osage, Toledo,-West Union. '1-8 ALL TEACHERS ARE RE-ELECTED Lapham Again Superintendent at Charles City by 3 to 2 Vote. CHARLES CITYi April 5.--Supt. P. C. Lapham and all of the teachers were re-elected at the regular meeting of the school board last evening. The vote on Mr. Lapham was 3 to 2. Ethel Waller, president, W. E. Frudden and Joe Kitcherer voted for Mr. Lapham and Ralph Anderson and John Hughes voted against his re-election. His salary is the same as last year, $2,986. There has been a issue on Mr. Lapham's office the last three school elections. Mr. Anderson, the only member this year was elected by a large majority and his name was written in the ballot. March Precipitation Was Below Mean, Larson Says CHARLES CITY, April 5.--According to the monthly report issued at the U. S. Weather Bureau by E. G. Larsen, March was a dry month with nearly a normal amount of sunshine. There were 12 clear days, 11 partly cloudy and 8 cloudy days. The relative humidity averaged rather low. Only light precipitation, mostly in the form of rain, occurred during the first 28 days of the month but 1.58 inches of moisture on the twenty-ninth and thirtieth more than made up the deficiency. Arguments in Sanders Suit Heard by Judge CHARLES CITY, April 5.-Judge J. J. Clark of Mason City held court here yesterday to listen to arguments in the case of Sanders and Sanders, Inc., against the city of Charles City. The plaintiffs were John Sanders and son, Alton Sanders, who applied to the city council April 17, 1933, for a permit to erect a filling station on their property on Gilbert street on which is located the Green Lantern tourist home. The council denied the application on the basis of an ordinance whereby license fees are collected on gasoline storage tanks and inflammable oils. Shortly after Sanders and Sanders filed a petition claiming the ordinance was illegal and asked an in- -8:50 "Mixed email vocal group -Class AA and A, Charles City, Decorah, East Waterloo, West Waterloo. 9:25 Girls' Glee club-- Class A, Charles City, Oelwein. 9:45 Boys' Glee club -- Class A, Charles City, Oelwein. 10:05 Mixed chorus -- Class B, Cresco, Toledo, Waverly, West Union. 10:45 Mixed chorus-- Class B, Cresco, Toledo, Waverly, West Union. 10:45 Mixed chorus--Class A, Charles City, Decorah. Saturday Morning. Marching Bands -- Lincoln Field; Class A, 9:00; class B, 9:15. Auditorium -8:30 Viola solo-- Cresco, East Waterloo. 8:45 Flute -- Blairstown, Dubuque, 8:30'ciass A--Oelwein. 8:45 Class A Band--Charles City, Oelwein. 9:15 Class B--Osage, Vinton, Waverly, Waukon. Since this program was compiled, seven schools, including four schools from Cedar Rapids, Marion, Monticello and Springville, have been enrolled in this contest. This will make some change in the time schedules but the organizations will appear for the most part in the same order. The brass sextet, Class AA and A will appear Saturday night. Play Will Be Presented at Floyd Friday Evening FLOYD, April 5.--The play "You Wouldn't Fool Me" will be given at the Floyd school Friday evening. One half of the proceeds will be given the Floyd P. T. A. The play is coached by Miss Helen Moody and was given at the Towner school last week where Miss Moody teaches. junction be granted against the city officials to restrain them from interfering with the erection of'a filling station. The issues were argued yesterday afternoon. Will Open Shop. ' '. CHARLES CITY, April 5.--Mrs. Beatrice Nelson has leased the store building on East Kelly street occupied recently by the Lenore Specialty shop and will open a women's dress shop. She will purchase an entire new stock of women's wearing apparel and accessories. Mrs. Nelson was manager of the D. K. Ijund- berg store until its removal to Mason City. It's No Gamble , c Buy One of Gildner's TOPCOATS and you know you are getting a run for your money! Sure, it's Spring .. . but with replacement costs in mind, with a top-coat (and or) raincoat needed all spring, some of Summer, all of Fall . . . Who would hesitate to take advantage of these real values? Topcoats In tweeds, fleece, herringbone fabrics, in half belt, full belt and raglan models. By Stylemor, Varsity Town, Hart Schaffner and Marx. $19.50 $25 $30 Raincoats $4.65 up Get to Know tf Aldridge-Bacon. CHARLES CITY, April 5.--The marriage of Miss Marian Aldridge, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Aldridge, and Edward K. Bacon took place in the Christian parsonage with the Rev. G. A. Hess officiating. The attendants were Mrs. Rhoda Voelker and Glenn Bacon. Mrs. Bacon is a graduate of the local high school and Mr. Bacon whose home was in Waterloo, is employed by the Jenn Plumbing company. CHARLES CITY BRIEFS CHARLES CITY, April 5.--Mrs. O. H. Uhe left today for Lenox to attend the funeral services for her father, N. B. Shoemaker, who died at Cody, Wyo. Mrs. Burdette Rice who has been seriously ill in Colwell is improving. The W. R. C. will honor Grand Army day in the G. A. R. hall Friday afternoon. Mrs. Lida Herrling will have charge of the program. The senior class of the Colwell high school will present the play. "Looking Lovely," Thursday and Friday · evenings, April 19 and 20. The Order of the White Shrine of Jerusalem will present the "Pageant of the Shawls" in the Masonic temple tonight at 8 o'clock. Mrs. Ernest Hausberg was to be hostess to the Euchre club at a 1 o'clock luncheon today followed by bridge. Card parties yesterday included bridge benefit at the home of Mrs. I Arthur Walker for the Pythian Sisters, meeting of Idlewild bridge club at the home of Mrs. Lydia Kern and bridge luncheon at the Curtis Anderson tearoom with Mrs. Kenneth Clow as hostess. Tuesday evening Mrs. E. L. Walleser entertained the contract bridge club at her home on West Clark street. Gladys Runyard and Hazel Johnson entertained the P. A. L. bridge club at the Runyard home on Grove street On Friday Virginia Castle accompanied by Damrise Kitch, teacher of public speaking in the high school, will go to Preston where Miss Castle will participate in the humorous section of the Northeast" ern Iowa district declamatory contest. 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