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April 19, 1934

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 13

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APRIL 19 1934 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE THIRTEEN (r Mason City's Calendar April 18--Concert by high school band and orchestra in Civic Music association series. April 26-27--Boy Scout merit badge exposition at armory. April 23-28--Cleanup and paintup week campaign in charge of Junior Chamber of Commerce. Here in Mason City cY ii Genuine handmade Indian baskets as low as 19c. Mason City Hardware Co. The Business and Professional Women's ciub was scheduled to meet at the Hotel Hanford Thursday evening. B. C. Northliifrton, DCS Moines, director of operations of the Blackhawk hotels corporation, visited in the city Thursday R. H. Bruner, 21 Vermont avenue southeast, was absent from his duties as postoffice clerk Thursday due to illness. Sgt. T. C. Stevenson, local army recruiting officer, received notification Thursday of 12 existing vacancies in the Ft. Des Moines post Six of the vacancies are in the fourteenth cavalry unit, and the other six are in the medica corps. Those applying for the medical corps positions should have experience as clerks, the officer said. Clinton Fountain to Be Constructed as Lubbers Memoria CLINTON, April 19. W--Ap proval was announced today by thi Iowa emergency relief committei and the Clinton county committei of plans for erection of the firs' electric illuminated . fountain ii Iowa. The fountain will be constructed as a memorial to J. A. Lubbers Clinton county CWA administrator who died March 26 as a result of E breakdown caused by overwork in performing his work as administrator. The fountain will be erected ii one of the local parks and work wil begin about May 1. MASON CITY CLEANUP-PAINTUP WEEK APRIL 23-28 Rock Falls Man Held for Illegal Possession Norvel Eygabroad was held ir the county jail on charges of illega possession'of alcohol after deputies from the sheriff's office found seven 'half, pints of alleged alcohol and 50 or 60 half pint bottles Wednesday afternoon when they raided Eyga- ;, broad's place in Rock Falls. . ADAMS DRUG CO. FY! WATCH OCR SEVEN WINDOWS WEEK-END SPECIALS Nature's Remedy, 19c, 39c, 79c; Resinol, 49c, 89c; Cuticura, 25c, 50c; Kruschen Salts, 79c; Foley's Kidney Pills, 49c; Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin, 49c, 89c; Bukets, 19c; Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery, $1.09, Tablets, 47c, $1.09; Bell-Ans, 19c, 59c; Lydia Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, $1.09, Tablets, 39c, 51.09; Olive Tablets, 15c, 30c, 60c; S. S. S., 98c; Squibb's Hinkle Pills, 19c; 100 Parke-Davis Alophin Pills, 75c; Jad Salts, 47c; Gly-Cas, 79c; Vick's VapoRub, 23c; Grove's Bromo Quinine, 21c; Bayer's Aspirin, 12c; Anacin, 15c; Ex-Lax, 7c; Modess, 15c; Kleenex, loc; Kotex, 15c; Gillette's New Special -- Gold- Plated Gillette Razor and New Style Husky Handle, 5 Gillette "Blue Blades" and Handsome Metal Case covered with red and black texol fabric--all for 49c. IA JUST ARRIVED A NEW SHIPMENT OF BANQUET DRESSES IN ORGANDIE AND SILK CLOSING OUT ALL SILK DRESSES LADIES' COATS and SWAGGER SUITS at HALF PRICE Z E B K E R ' S 121 SOTJTH FEDERAL LARGE CROWD AT CONCERT BY H. S BAND, ORCHESTRA Much Improvement Noted a Players Prepare for National Meets. The crowd which packed the higi school auditorium Wednesday nigh for a concert.by the high schoo band and orchestra was convince of the sincere desire of the youth ful musicians and their director Carleton L. Stewart, to make impressive showing in national com petition. This concert, the thin number of the Civic Music associa tion series, the Music Mothers' clu assisting, was enthusiastically re ceived. Although satisfied with the pro gress that the groups have made at far, Mr. Stewart stated afterwarc that the musicians would have ti mprove considerably more befon the orchestra contest at Ottawa Kans., and the band contest at De Moines if they wish to make sue cessful rankings. Encouraged by the favorable comments of local person: and groups of visitors from De: Moines, Waterloo, Hampton and Northwood, the musicians are plan ning on consistent, studied prac tices before national competition. FJay With Precision. In the orchestra, improvemen over a concert presented earlier in the school year was particularly no ticeable. The string section worked with precision. This was equally tru in the first and second violin sec tions, violas, cellos and basses. Tone quality of the entire orchestra was rich and.resonant. Miss Marjorie B Smith is the instructor of the strings. The orchestra played the second movement from the "Nordic Symphony" by Hanson, which is tht. national required number for class A orchestras. Opening with rich passages of the strings, the other section of the orchestra were brought in colorfully. The orchestra also played the national selective number, the first movement from the "Italian Symphony" by Mendelssohn, a sparkling piece requiring much technic which the players handled ably. Melodies Are Familiar. Selections from "Naughty Marietta" by Herbert included many melodies with which local audiences are familiar. Outstanding io this was the violin cadenza and solo played by Annibel Wilhite, concert- meister of the orchestra.-"Rakoczy' march, "Naila," an intermezzo by Jtoses-Tobani were also played by the orchestra. Everything that the band played was distinctly individualistic, from the marches to the heavy contest pieces. Much rewriting of the parts of the band, as well as the orchestra, by Mr. Stewart greatly increased the effectiveness of the numbers. Extreme delicacy of rapid tonguing was displayed by the band In "Phaeton" by Saint-Saens, a symphonic poem, which is the national selective number. Also brilliant was the playing of "In Springtime" overture by Goldmark, the national required number for class A bands. AH Sections Good. Improvement to a degree of fine playing rarely attained by high school musicians was evidenced in :he French horn and double reed sections. Because of the even excel- ence of all departments of the jand, all of the finer points were brought out with polish. "Cabins," an American Rhapsody Gillette, was richly descriptive. Melvin Decker played a saxophone solo in this number, first with clar- net chord harmony and later the harp. Rollicking humor was contained in "Circus Parade" by Yoder, which pictured the various musical oups in a passing parade. "Vanished Army" march by Al- : ord and "Sons of the Desert" bv Kline were marches played with unusual style. Orris Herfindahl, solo clarinetist in the band, directed the organization in opening chorus. A sight reading demonstration was also well given by the band. Jobe-Gazette Carrier Boys and Scouts Will Be Guests at Strand Globe-Gazette carrier boys and -he Boy Scouts of the city are to ra the guests of Manager M H Nicol of the Strand theater for the opening chapter of an exciting new erial picture, Friday evening. The icture is entitled "Pirate Treas- ire," and stars Richard Talmadge, said to be the greatest of all motion picture daredevils. Many thrilling scenes are included n the story: An automobile rashes into a speeding train, a ast speedboat collides with a buoy, here is a leap from a six story juilding. a car going 50 miles an lour plunges from a dock into the water and there are many other reath-taking thrills. In addition to the serial, Zane jrey's "Heritage of the Desert" will e shown. Manager Nicol stated that Scouts should bring their membership cards and the Globe-Gazette boys' identification slips. A group photo of one of the world's greatest munitions makers and family shows the eager, shining faces of four lovely children; and we trust that nothing happens to them,--Kewanec Star-Courier. CCtean tty anfc Baittt iBJJp ttjesc THAT, Whereas the NATIONAL~CLEAN UP AND PAINT UP CAMPAIGN has resulted in many advantages to Community life_through» out the United States, In safeguarding HEALTH; In promoting THRIFT; In furthering FIRE PREVENTION; In stimulating CIVIC PRIDE ; and In making the "HOME AND CITY BEAUTIFUL j] NOW, THEREFORE, Be it known that plans have been perfected for a thorough CLEAN UP AND PAINT UP CAMPAIGN in Mason City, beginning April 23 to 28. This date to mark the Opening of a real campaign of persistent and constructive effort in cleaning up and KEEPING IT UP. In this worthy movement of Cleaning, Painting, Planting, Repairing and general Rehabilitation and Beautification we urge each citizen to do his or her best part to make our community Clean, Healthy, Thrifty Safe and Beautiful » Signed v. JUNIOR DIVISION OF CHAMBER TO SPONSOR EVENT Mayor Burns Issues Proclamation Urging Residents to Observe Week. Mason City will stage one of the most active cleanup and paintup weeks in its history April 23 to 28 under the sponsorship of the junior division of the Chamber of Commerce. The campaign this spring Is to include a contest among school children, a tin can movie, fire truck parades and other events calling the attention of the public to the importance of cleaning up the old back yard, beautifying the front lawn and adding some coats of paint to the pergola, the fence and even the house itself. Mayor J. J. Burns Thursday signed a proclamation formally designating the coming week to the cause of cleaning, painting and beautifying. Stimulated Pride. In affixing his signature to the document the mayor stated he was strongly in favor of campaigns of this character for they stimulated civic pride and promoted activities for the making of a better city. The committee in charge of the project for the junior division of the Chamber of Commerce is made up of Bob Stoyles, Dean S. L. Rugland and Murray Goodman. Dean Rugland is in charge of the contest phase of the campaign which is to be staged among the seventh and eighth grade school children of the city. Prizes will be awarded for the best cleaned up lawns and back yards. The city will be divided into four quarters, in each section of which there will be a .$2 first prize and a $1 second prize. The committee announced that tntranee blanks for this contest must be in by Wednesday evening, April 25. The judging will be done between CODE AUTHORITY Fred Kslick, operator of the Cadwcll Transfer and Storage company, Mason City, has been appointed a member of the IO\V:L state code authority for Die trucking industry, according t» an announcement by the national recovery administration »t Washington. April 25 and the end of the week. Further details of the contest will be announced by Dean Rugland later. Movie Monday. At the tin can movie to be held at the Strand theater Monday afternoon at 4 o'clock, school children will be admitted on presenting six tin cans. This is expected to get thousands of tin cans out of the backyards of the city as well as act as a reminder to the residents of the city that cleanup week is on. A fire truck will parade each noon calling the attention of the public further to observance of cleanup. Cards and posters announcing cleanup week will be distributed to merchants by members of the junior division. McKinley Center Will Hear High School Band The final program of the season of the McKinley Community center n the school will be presented Friday evening by the high school band. Carleton L. Stewart will di- ect the concert, which will include PLANS PROGRESS FOR CONVENTION OF ODD FELLOWS Churches and High School to Be Used as Meeting Places. Plans are progressing for the entertainment of the Grand Lodge. I. O. O. F. and Rcbekah assembly which will meet here the week of Oct. 14 to IB. W. M. Huffman, chairman of the general committee of the Mason City I. 0. O. F. and Queen Rcbekah lodges, announces that the sessions of the grand lodge, the grand encampment and department council will meet iu the I. 0. O. F. hall while the three days session of the Rebekah assembly will be held in the First Methodist Episcopal church. Degree worlc will be given in the armory by the Robekahs and the gymnasium of the high school will be used to confer several degrees of Odd Fellowship. The headciuarters for the four branches of the order will be at the Hotel Hanford and registration will begin on Sunday of that week. J. M. Hazlett and Mrs. Win Nutting, program co-chairman, have outlined a tentative program for the week beginning with a reception Monday night at the armory when the grand sire will give an address. The reception and program will be in charge of Mrs. R. E. Kolwinska. The sessions will close Friday night with a reception to the new officers given by Queen Rebekah lodge in the I. 0. O. F. hall. The heads of the different branches of the order who will be in Mason City for the entire week are: D. K Danlclson, Cherokee, grand master of the grand lodge; Harley Miller, Osceola, grand patriarch of the grand encampment: Mrs. Rosa M. U. Heninger, president of the Rebekah assembly; Maj. Gen. A. H, Savcreide, Harlan. president of the department council. numbers to he played at the national contest. The meeting of the center for April 27 will be held at the Y. M. C. A. MEMORIAL GROOP ELECTS OFFICERS FOR NEXT YEAR M e m b e r s Are Guests oi Chairman at Hotel Hanford. Election of officers for the com ng year and the initiation of plans "or the proper observance of Memorial day composed the business of the Mason City Veteran's Memorial association at its annual meeting Wednesday evening at the ·lanford Hotel private dining room. Preceding the meeting members of .he association were guests of Chairman Roy B. Johnson at a dinner. The officers who served last year vere re-elected and include: N. G. ?horne, honorary chairman; Roy B. Fohnson, chairman; George Ficken, 'ice chairman; Mrs. H. W. Ditch, :ecretary; Mrs. J. J. Sheldon, treasurer, and Conrad Helbig, marshal of he day. Appointed Euuh Year. The membership of the association s composed of three representatives )f each of the veteran organizations and their auxiliary units who are appointed each year by their respec- ive commanders or presidents and or 1934 are as follows; Grand Army of the Republic, N. G. Thorn-, Rockley Whipple and ohu Williams; United Spanish tVar Veterans, Robert Hanson, eorge Ficken and Harry Brown; American Legion. Conrad Helbig, W. f . Clausen and Roy E. Johnson: iVomen's Relief Corps, Mrs. H. W. Ditch, Mrs. Harry Layman and Irs. Emma Wells; Spanish War eterans' auxiliary, Mrs. D. C. Cof- iu, Mrs. J. W. Cummings and Mrs. Boyle; American Legion aux- iary, Mrs. Rose Mabaffey, Mrs. Smma Duncan and Miss Agnes Hel-, ig; and Daughters of Union Veter- ns, Mrs. George Winchell, Mrs. J. . Sheldon and Mrs. H. L. Goodwin. Mrs. Coffin and Mrs. Ditch who ill be in charge of patriotic pro- rams in the public and parochial chools urged each organization to urn in the names of representatives r speakers to them as soon as pos- -ible. Committees Appointed. The following committee appoint- nents were announced: Program in the schools, Mrs. D. '. Coffin, chairman, and Mrs. Ditch: ausic, Agnes Helbig: flags and ·reaths, Mrs. J. J. Sheldon, Mrs. 'uncan and Mrs. J. W. Cummings; owers, Mrs. Mahaffey, Mrs. Lay- Tian, Mrs. Wells, Mrs. Boyle, Mrs. Vinchell and Mrs. Goodwin; pro- ram, Mr. Helbig; flag pole, Mr. icken; chairs, Mr. Clausen; decor- tion of graves, Mr. Hanson, Mr. rown, Mr. Ficken and Mr. Johnon. Guests of the evening Included noch A. Norem, Lowell L. Forbes Jid Leslie R. Whipple. It was decided to have the next meeting in the assembly room of the ourthouse Tuesday evening, May 3 '. 8 o'clock. D OF THAT DIRTY WINTER OIL GIVE M£ 10 MINUTES AND ILL DRAIN AND \ FILL ER. UP WITH SUMMER MOBILOIL HOW QUICK CAN YOU CHANGE MY OIL. JOE ? C AR SLOW, sluggish, pepless--running like the end of a hard Winter? Take a look at the oil in your crankcase---and we think you'll find the reason! An oil gets thin and dirty even in a mild Winter. Using your choke more lets raw gas .into the cylinders to dilute it. And you are bound to suck in dirt when you drive over muddy, slushy roads. What's more, the way cars are built today, your oil takes twice the punishment it used to. It's important to have a tough, clean film that won't thin out dangerously at extreme heat. Mobiloil's the biggest selling oil in the world because it can "take" that multiplied punishment better. And with harder driving in warm weather you need the correct grade of Summer Mobiloil. It takes only a few minutes to drain and refill with Mobiloil. Your Mobiloil dealer will do a complete job--with Mobiloil "C" for gears and proper grades of chassis lubricants/ Stop today at the Mobiloil sign. And stop at any Mobilgas pump for gasoline with Climatic Control. It's Mobiloil's mate. White Eagle Qil Corporation, a Socony-Vacuum company. CALLING ALL CARS! While you're changing Winter oil, do :i complete job -chassis, transmission and differential. IT MAKES YOUI CAR RUN El

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