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April 18, 1934

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 16

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SIXTEEN MUSIC FESTIVAL JUDGES CHOSEN 12, Most Ever Used, Will Give Contest Decisions at Iowa City. IOWA CITY,,April 18--Decisions as to the ratings of contestants in the state high school music festival at the University of Iowa May 3 to , 5 will be given by a corps of 12 . judges from seven states, it was announced by the extension division. . The arbiters include band leaders, vocal conductors and faculty members of universities, conservatories .and high schools. It is the largest group of judges ever named for the festival, for nine was the maximum number in past years. - This is the list: George Dasch, . Chicago Little Symphony orchestra; Charles S. Skilton, University of -Kansas; Glenn C. Bainum, Northwestern university band director; .-Dudley Buck, Chicago composer; . Maj. W. J. O'Callaghan, Culver Military academy band leader; A. M. Harley, Maine township high school, Des Plaines, HI.; Arthur Kraft, president of Columbia school of music, ·Chicago. Herman F. Smith, director of music in Milwaukee, Wis., public . schools; Harper C. Maybee, Western .State Teachers college of Kalama- 200, Mich.; Max T. Krone, Arthur Jordon conservatory, Indianapolis; N. DeRubertis, Kansas City, Mo., conductor and composer; and Olaf C. Christiansen Oberlin college of Ohio. . Rules provide that each of the 51 .contests shall be judged by three .men. Each judge will rate the quality of the performance by compari- MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE Hampton Girl Straight A Student at Iowa U; Insists She Is Normal IOWA CITY, April 18. UP--Even though she makes straight ."A" grades, Eala Blame, pretty blond Hampton sophomore at the University of Iowa, wants it known that "there isn't anything wrong with me." The 20 year old co-ed admitted that "when I made good grades for one semester people thought it was remarkable and when I did it again I became a curiosity." Miss Elaine insists she is a perfectly normal girl, studies hard, but also likes dancing, canoeing and tennis. Here and There Lieut. Col. George A. Lynch (above), regarded by Gen. Hugh S. Johnson, NRA administrator, as the "most advanced thinker in the army," was named administrative officer to approve all the smaller NBA codes. (Associated Press Photo). son with the best amateur standard for the class of school represented. Ratings are superior, excellent, good . and average or below. Parkersburg to Hold Butler Conference of Older Boys and Girls DUMONT, April 18.--The following officers of Butler county Older Boys arid Girls conference will be in charge at their semi-annual meeting Saturday at the Methodist church in Parkersburg: President, District Convention of Rebeldhs Held in Burt BURT, April 18.--About 55 attended the Rebekah convention of the fifty-fifth district of Iowa held here Monday afternoon and evening. Delegates from Alg-ona, Wesley and Burt attended. Exemplification of the Rebekah work and a business session occupied the afternoon. In -the evening the main features were two solos by Mrs. Gilbert Nelson, the degree work by the Burt lodge and an address by Mrs. Rosa M. U. Heninger, president of the Rebekah assembly of Iowa. Norris Pritchard, Parkersburg; vice president, Nadena Wiegand, Greene; secretary, Norma Werner, Allison; treasurer, Marlys Bootz, Dumont. There will be morning addresses by County Agent J. S. Van Wert, Allison; and the Rev. F. W Thompson, Aplington. The Rev. J M. Kauffman, Allison, will conduct an open forum. There will be addresses in the afternoon by Ruth Cadam, Carl Brown and Nina Barrett. 25 Agents Will Meet at Garner on Record Survey GARNER, April IS.---Twenty-five county agents are expected to meet lere with County Agent S. J. Ober- bauser Thursday to make a survey of farm record books. Visits With Daughters. FLOYD--Mrs. Ed Mapes left for Eldora and Des Moines to visit her daughters. Is Receiving Treatment. BRITT--Mrs. G. Rohrback is at Gordon, Minn., where she is receiving treatment at the Mudbadden sanitarium. Visitors From DCS Moines. PLYMOUTH--Miss Winnie Lyke of Des Moines, is visiting her parents,. Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Lyke anfl sister, Annabelle and brother, Hurlbert. Guestg From Iowa City. CRYSTAL LAKE--Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kellogg of Iowa City came Saturday to visit their parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Kellogg, and Mr. and Mrs. Hans Mortenson and families. Are Parents of Son. AREDALE--Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Truax are the parents of a baby boy, born Monday morning. Two Birthdays Celebrated. ALEXANDER--Mr. and Mrs. Fred N. Larsen entertained Sunday in honor of the birthdays of Mrs. Fred Larsen and her uncle, Charlie Bell. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Bell of Waterloo, Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Bohlen, Mr. and Mrs. Claas Syrnens, Mr. and Mrs. John Arends and son, Robert were present. Grass Fire Extinguished. RICEVILLE--The Riceville fire truck answered a call to the farm home of Orien Pagel, two miles southeast of town. A grass fire had reached some machinery stored in the yard and was threatening the buildings when the truck arrived, but was shortly brought under control. Bccent Bride Honored. AREDALE--Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pencook entertained Sunday, their children and Mr. and Mrs. Marion Scarrow and children of Plymouth, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Pencook and son, Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Pencook from near pougherty, in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Harvie Noltie of Waverly. Mrs. Noltie, formerly Miss Evelyn Pencook, was recently married at Waverly. Leaving for Ohio. GOLDFIELD--Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Skinner entertained a group of relatives at a family dinner at their home Sunday in honor of Miss Bessie Agard who leaves this week for Toledo, Ohio, where she has employment. Those present were James Pollock and family, Guy Agard and family and Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Mantle. Recovering After Operation. NORA SPRINGS--Mrs. Floyd Potter returned from Charles City where she assisted several days in the care of her sister, Mrs. George Lambkin of that place, who is now recovering after a serious major operation at the Cedar Valley hospital. Return From Madison. OSAGE--Dr. and Mrs. H. E. Eiel of Buffalo Center are visiting at APRIL 18 1934 BOOMHOWER HARDWARE Annual Paimt Sale Thursday-Friday-Saturday-April 19-20-21 PAINT EXPERTS from the ENTERPRISE PAINT FACTORY will be in the store these three days. Special demonstration on painting and decorating--COME IN! Enterprise Fast Color Outside HOUSE PAINT P,er Gallon $2-95 With Coupon GIFT CERTIFICATE VALUE 30c When signed and presented at the Boomhower Hardware Co., this coupon entitles you to an allowance of SOc to apply on the purchase price of Enterprise Paint Products of a pint or more. Name ,,,,_ Address Coupon Good Only During Sale Enterprise WALL GLOSS Enamel finish for walls and woodwork. All colora, With Coupon ENTERPRISE FLAT WALL PAINT--All $« 20 colors. Per gallon, with coupon ...,, ENTERPRISE SEMI-GLOSS--For Woodwork. Beautiful shades. Per gallon, with coupon walls and $2-70 'ft ENTERPRISE 4-HOUR VARNISH--A very good grade. Per qt., with coupon Shines as it dris! J O H N S O N ' S GLO-COAT BMK famous floor finish by Iho makers of Johnson's Wax NO R U B B I N G ! NO POLISHING! 51 "* ..59c Enterprise Quick Drying FLOOR PAINT AU Colors with Coupon, qt. /jg 0«)C Rent Our Sander Enterprise Black Screen Enam. Will Not Fill Mesh With Coupon, per quart 35c J Enterprise Quick Drying FLOOR VARNISH Highest Grade, with Coupon, qt. 90c PAINT BRUSHES 10c and Up Wall Paper Cleaner, Sponges, etc. We have a large line of SHRUBBERY - ROSES, 5 FOR §1 FRESH GARDEN SEEDS IN BULK the home of their son, Dr. John Eiel of Osage. They are on their way home from a visit at Madison, Wis., at the home of another son, M. O. Eiel. Visit at Good Thunder. BUFFALO CENTER--Mr. and Mrs. Nelmer Matson visited at Good Thunder, Minn., in the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Albers. Mrs. Oshlo Hostess. CLARION--Mrs. F. H. Oshlo entertained her luncheon club at her home Tuesday. Mrs. Charles Hansen was awarded the high score honors. The club's next meeting will be with Mrs. T. T. Roosevelt. Celebrate 151h Anniversary. MITCHELL--Mr. and Mrs. Nels Boa celebrated their fifteenth wedding anniversary by entertaining a group of relatives and friends at their home in West Mitchell. Among those present were Mr., and Mrs. Ernie Boa and Carl Peterson of Adams, Minn. In Serious Condition. RUDD--Mrs. Catherine Dean, who was taken to the Cedar Valley hospital last Thursday, became so much worse that her relatives were called there early Tuesday morning. She is in a serious condition, Guests From Sioux City. WHITTEMORE--Mrs. O. C. Sylvester and son, Don, Mrs. P. J. Finley and son,. Edward, Sioux City, visited Mr. and Mrs. Will Higgins and Rosella. Goes to St. Louis. BELMOND--Mrs. Anna Bump went to St. Louis Sunday to be with her daughter, Gertrude, who is seriously ili in a hospital there following a major operation. Guests From California. FLOYD--Mrs. Nora Kennedy of Santa Monica, Cal, spent a few days with her niece, Mrs. Myrtle Knowlton. To Be Staged Friday Evening. NORA SPRINGS, April 18.--A three act comedy, "Adventures of Grandpa," will be given in the Nora Springs high school auditorium Friday evening at 8 o'clock, presented by school district No. 10, Rock Grove township. Margretta Smith is teacher. Move to Mason City. AREDALE. April 18.--Mr. and Mrs. I. D. Sieverson moved Monday to Mason City. 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