The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on April 19, 1934 · Page 4
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April 19, 1934

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 4

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FOUR MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE APRIL 19 1931 TWO COUNTIES TO HOLD INSTITUTE Mrs. Arnold Will Speak a W. C. T. U. Gathering in Dumont, April 25. · OTJMONT, April 19.--Butler an Franklin county will hold a join yv. C. T. U. institute Wednesday April 25, at the Methodist church Representatives from 10 unions in Butler county and from Hamptor in Franklin county are expected .The program will be in charge o the Butler county president, Mrs F. M. Sorenson. There will be three sessions. Mrs Emma Amburn-Arnold, Mt. Au turn, a former missionary to India and now state director of th Toung People's branch, will be th institute leader. Dr. F. P. Shaffer Dumont, will have opening devo lions, and Mrs. Arnold will give th purpose of the institute in a shor talk. Mrs. Elizabeth Corey Bristow will speak on "America Needed th W. C. T. IT. in 1874," and Mrs Charles McGoon, Hampton, wi1 tell "How America Needs the W C. T. U. in 1934." Mrs. F. M. Sor eason will conduct a round tabli discussion on "Problems of thi Unions." Mrs. C. R. Martin, Du mont, will conduct the Noontide Prayer. A picnic lunch will be served at noon. Mrs. J. B. Coonley, Hampton wijl conduct afternoon devotions and Mrs. Arnold will tell of help from national W. C. T. U. for th new crusade. Departmental work will be presented by three members Mrs. Ed Eickenberry, Greene, on medal contests; Mrs. Harry Allen Dumont, on essays and posters anc Mrs. Howard Wehrhan, Allison, on fairs and exhibits. · Mrs. E. U. Butcher, Hampton will give a reading and Mrs. E. O Slaid, Dumont, will sing a solo. Mrs Arnold will give an address on "Thr Challenge to the-Women of Today.' The Dumont Loyal Temperance Le gion will give several numbers. £ reading will be^ presented by a gold medal winner, a solo, ."My Temperance Dolly," by Audrey Reed; and a playlet, "A Good Name," by Myrvel Sorenson, Duane Jamison, Floyci ' Piper and Edith Cuvelier. The young folks will bring a picnic supper and hold a fellowship meeting with Mrs. Arnold. The Rev. G. H. Varce, Bristow, will conduct the evening 1 devotions, a brass sextet from Dumont will play, and the L. T. L. Will sing a speical number. Mrs. Arnold will give the closing address, "The Challenge to Youth.' Subdistrict Rally of Epworth Leagues Held at Church in Corwith CORWITH, April 19.--The sub- - r"3iNcfr v JBpwrth'leagiie-.- rally held ^P^^'Mettoaist^chusch -Tuesday, evening was well attended, representatives being present from Clarion, Renwick, Kanawha, Belmond, Gold- lield and Corwith The program included an address by the Rev. Mr. Harvey of Goldfield who talked on the subject, "Signs on the Highway," a vocal duet by Thelma Chambers and Irene Schaal and a sharpshooting contest to which 20 Bible references were given. Thelma Chambers won with 13 references and Lawrence Schaal took second ·olace with six. Only 4 Candidates Still Considered as JessupY Successor IOWA CITY, April 19. (S\--Four candidates are- under consideration as successor to President Walter A. Jessup of the University of Iowa, all others having been eliminated, George T. Baker, president -of the state board of education, ,said. President Baker's announcement folio wed-a meeting at Cedar Rapids of the special committee to consider the appointment . of a university president. Baker and W. R. Boyd of Cedar Rapids asserted that the president will be named at the next meeting of the board at Iowa City, April 24 and 25. They said that the board was not yet in a position to select any one man. They declared the aim of the board was to name a permanent president for the university. Banquet Is Held for Girl Cagers at Osage OSAGE, April 19.--The annual Osage. high school girls' basketball banquet 'was given at the Congregational church parlors Tuesday evening. The subject chosen for the program of toasts was "The New Deal Girl." Mary Wewerkaw as toastmistress. Dorothy Huesselmann, Kathryn Kitson, Virginia Calloway and Lois Taylor spoke. Miss Bessie Garthwaite announced all- tournament teams. On the first team .were Ann. Fiddick, Mary Viskocil, forwards; Marian Larson, jumping center; Helen Krapek, side center; Alice Sawyer and Jeanette Forslund, guards. . Plymouth Auxiliary Also v in Cleanup Week Drive PLYMOUTH, April 19.--Mrs. C. A, Molsberry intertained the auxiliary at her home Tuesday night. .The auxiliary ia co-operating with the Legion for clean up week campaign, April 23-28. Mrs. Blair, Fidac chairman, reported on the essay contest. David Smith won first and Mildred Smith, second. Issues Many Licenses. HAMPTON, April 19.--County Recorder Nettie P. Argent has issued 45 fishing and hunting licenses and 182 fishing licenses up to Tues- For Ward Week Only! Sanitary and soft! 1000 sheets In each roll. Buy Saturday Last Day! What a Value! 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