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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 8

Mason City, Iowa
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Monday, March 20, 1939
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Charles City Globe-Gazette OFFICE PHONE 1052 Office at 603 Riverside Drive News Correspondent, Phone 318 Don K. Sandell, Manager Residence Phone, 937-J Names Contest Sites, Dates ANNUAL MUSIC EVENTS LISTED Clear Lake, Cresco, Charles City and Ciaiion Included CHARLES CITY, (#·)--P. C. Lapham, secretary-treasurer of the Iowa High School Music association, Monday announced the following dates and sites for district and sub-district music contests beginning late this week: Northwest district--District contest, Sheldon, April 13, 14 and 15. Sub-district--Milford, March 24 and 25; Odeboli, March 31 and April 1, Sibley, March 24 and 25; Sioux City (East) March 24 and 25; Storm Lake, March 31 and April 1. Many in North loiva North Central district--District contest, Eagle Grove, April 13, 14, 15. Sub-district -- Burt, March 31 and April 1; Clarion, March 31 and April 1; Clear Lake, March 31- and April 1; Eldora, March 24 and 25; Jefferson, March 24 and 25 Manson, March 31 and April 1 Marshalltown, March 24 and 25. Northeast district--District contest, Monticello, April 14 and 15 and Charles City, April 14 and 15. Sub-district--Anamosa, March 24 and 23; Cresco, March 24 and 25; Elkader, March 24 and 25 Vinton, March 24 and 25; Waverly, March 24 and 25. Releases Lists of Music Tests **- MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE -- ,. . Mrs. E. W. Hartley Elected President of Club at Rockford P. C. LAFHAM 25. South Other Sites Listed Southwest district--District contest, Harlan, April 13, 14 and 15. Sub-district--Clarinda, March 24 and 25; Denison, March 31 and April 1; Oakland, March 31 'Smd April 1; Mount Ayr, March 24 and - central district--District contest, Winterset, April 14 and 15, and Oskaloosa, April 14 and 1= i. Sub-district--Chariton, March 24 and 25; Guthria Center, March 24 and 25; Pella, March 24 and 25- Perry, March 24 and 25. South East District--District contest, Mt. Pleasant, April 14 and Zo. Sub-district -- New London, March 31 and April 1: Washington, March 31 and April 1; Branch, March 31 and April 1. LADIES' AID MEETS LEDYARD--The ladies' aid of the M. E. church met at the church parlors Thursday afternoon. Mrs. W. E. Wiemer and Mrs. D. B Mayer had charge of a food sale 15. Back Pain and Kidney Strain kltfncys nurlfv TO' 8SS3 C. 1.0. GROUP PLANS MEETING George Eldridge and Eva Sauers to Speak in School Auditorium CHARLES CITY--A meeting of the Farm Equipment Workers union, an affiliate ot the C. I O is scheduled for Tuesday night in the high school auditorium Speakers will be George Eldridge, ipternational representative of the C. I. O., and Eva, Sauers of Austin, Minn., organizer for women's auxiliaries, who will seek to establish such a group here. Organization of waitresses" bar tenders and other restaurant workers will be discussed. It will be an open meeting. Rawls Sisters Win Three Pool Crowns MIAMI BEACH, Fla., IU9--Mi- ami s three Rippling Hawls Sisters monopolized women's honors Monday in the Florida A. A U swimming championships. Each added a title to the three they had taken Saturday. · Katharine, who now is married won ihe 440-yard freestyle: Dor-' othy, the 300-yard medley event and Evelyn, the 880-yard freestyle crown. Fred Perry Hunting :or Win on Travels CHICAGO, (.Pl _ Fred Peril- former British Davis cup mainstay, is still looking for his first Drofcssional tennis victory over Don Budge in their cross-country tour. ·* Perry won his first set in seven matches Monday night but Budge oofc the decision, 6-2, 6-2 5-7 6-4, before 4,000 customers 'They resume their series at Cleveland HERING SPEAKS BEFORE GROUP Photography Trends Discussed in Talk at Library Forum CHARLES CITY--Robert Hcr- ing, amateur photographer of Charles City, spoke Sunday afternoon at the public library, the occasion being the third forum held under the auspices of the library board, Charles City Women's club and A. A. U. W. Mr. Hering sketched the life of Arthur Mooney, who recently donated a collection of 500 books from his private library in New York, to the local library. The local man also spoke on photography in general, emphasizing the new trends in pictures. There was a crowd of aproxi- mately 100 in'attendance. Charles W. Antes Is Elected Head of Red Cross at West Union WEST UNION--At the annual meeting of West Union chapter of :he Red Cross, Friday evening, the .he following officers were elected "or the coming year: President, Charles W. Antes; vice president the Rev. W. H. Mitchell; secretary Vliss Josephine Kniei: treasurer, Trank Camp; directors: Mrs. R V 3randt, Clermont; Mrs. R p Strauch, Elgin; Russell Schwartz layette; O. S. Berg, Alpha; M. O Moser, Waucama; O. C. Thompson, West Union; D. R. Lynch West Union; D. R. Roberts Elgin : the Eev. C. D. Boggie, Hawkeye. Cresco Girl at SUI Selected as Beauty Contest Candidate CRESCO--Miss Josephine Lybbert, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Lybbert of Cresco, University of Iowa freshman, has been selected as one of 15 candidates ,o enter the university beauty con- est, the winner to be announced in April. Fenton Forwards 4-H "lub at Newel Home FENTON--The Fenton For- vards 4-H club met Saturday at he home oJC Lavonne Newel. Plans were made for the annual rake sale to be held the Saturday oefore Easter. Talks were given by Lavonne Vewel, Betty Jean Schwartz Ruth Jreyer, Shirley, Frank and Irene Irause. You Can Bank on This CONTRARY TO GENERAL BELIEF THE PHRASE "FREE AND EQUAL"' DOES NOT OCCUR IN THE DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE OVER 700 DIFFERENT GAMES CAN BE PLAYED WITH A DECK OF PLAYING CARDS CAR LOANS We do not urge you to go into debt, but, if it i s to your advantage to buy a car and you have a regular income and good credit record, wo will supp i v - thQ money quickly and confidentially at low rates. You place your own insurance. No extra charges. Northwest Savings Bank MASON CITY, IOWA Mason City Couple Honored at Garner GARNER--The nineteenth wedding anniversary c£ Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ayers of Mason City, was observed here Saturday night in the homo of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Aycrs. The eight couples played 500. The guests presentd a gilt to the honored couple. Easter Concert at Decorah on April 5 DECORAH--A band concert, by the Decorah high school band, is scheduled for the afternoon of April 5, by the Merchants'. Activities committee, to usher in the j E;ister season. Stores Avill remain J open during the evening, and a pa- j rarfc and other entertainment has i been planned for the afternoon. Instruction School Held at Swea City ; SWEA CITY--School of instruction for two days at the Eastern Star, was concluded by a banquet at the O. E. S- hall on Friday night. Mrs. Rena Hoglund is worthy matron. Mrs. Eva Ackerson served the three course dinner for 50 Eastern Star members. /(OAH NUMSKUU, THE. WIND THEAA KOCIX t-0!S 3=J^E-H TO3 , H .C. DSAte. h!CAH-lf= A IS A DRESSEJe., YOU WKUT TO THE Ut-.TUFa.E. · U.UC.V STT DOWN NOW /Wt vJOT CX3WN NtJUfe. UATRST NOT^OHS *TO NOAH 'CAJ^E, OR THU: FOX RETAINED AS PRESIDENT Other Officers of Community Qub at Hutchins Selected HUTCHINS--Orthel township 1 , annual spelling contest was held Friday evening at the Hutchins schoolhouse. The Orthel community club sponsored the event County Supt. J. R. Baggs of Garner, pronounced the words. Judges were Imogene Fox, Harriet Clap saddle, and Vera Naser. In a preliminary contest in which pupils from the first five grades took part, Dorothy Perkins was the winner with Herbert Prull in second place. Winners in the second contest were Jimmie Smith, first, and Leon Swanson, second. Following the' school contests a free-for-all contests was staged with 14 taking part. Winners were Eugene Swanson and Alma Frull but no prizes were given. Preceding the contests four pupils of Miss Mary Gahan, Charlotte Sheets, Colleen Devine, and Harry and Jimmie Smith, presented a one-act play, "The Boss at Our House." Election of officers was held, Lyal Fox and Henry Swanson being retained as president and director, respectively, of the Community club and Lyle Dallman being elected secretary-treasurer. A committee, Mrs. Lyal Fox, Mrs. Henry Anderson, and Mrs! Henry Swanson, served the lunch. The program committee appointed for the April meeting included Mrs. Harry Thompson, Miss Viola Prull, and Henry Swanson. A white-footed mouse, new to science, has been discovered in Walker county, Texas, by Dr Walter P. Taylor of the Texas Cooperative Wildlife Research unit. MONDAY, MARCH 20, 1939 HOCKFORD--Mrs. E. V/ Bartley has been elected president of the Rockford Woman's club for the second term and the other officers elected were: First vice president Mrs. G H. .Galvie, second vice president, Mrs. Arthur Evju- third vice president, Mrs. Lloyd Merrick; secretary, Mrs. Lloyd Smith and treasurer, Mrs. Dale Witter HAMltflNlLL ADDRESS P. T. A. Musical Portion of Program Planned Also at Kiester KIESTEfl, Minn--The Parent- Teacher association will meet Tuesday evening at the high school auditorium. W. R. Hamilton of the Hamilton School of Commerce at Mason City will be the speaker and the subject of his talk will be "Child Character Development." The rest of the program will be aken over by a group of Bricelyn musicians. Their first number will be a group of songs by the mixed chorus. The Ladies Chorus appears ne.\'t in a group of three numbers. Miss Audrey Engelhardt vho is accompanist for the choruses will present a group of trom- )one solos. Miss Engelhardt arid Bernice Moshier will play a piano duet and the Men's Chorus will ing. The closing numbers will be ung by the mixed chorus. Mrs V. Lund is director. SOCIETV BIEETS LEDYARD--Mrs. Lavs Skaar iitertamed the Women's Foreign aissionary society at her home nday evening. WESLEY SCOUTS HAVE CEREMONY In vest Jture Held; 22 Boys Admitted as Tenderfoots WESLEY--A group of parents and; friends of the newly organized Boy Scout troop members, gathered at the high school auditorium Friday night for the first public ceremony by Troop 45 This was the investiture ceremony when 22 boys were taken in as tenderfoot scouts. Supt. E. D. Ravlin is scoutmaster and D. J. Zei-be is assistant. Members of the troop committee are L. L. Lease, the Rev. Arthur Bottom and Lawrence Koppen. The project is sponsored by the local American Legion. Following is a list of the boys who belong to troop 45: Ralph Bauer, Robert Diekmann, Robert O'Connor, Gerald Studer, Erwin JJson; Paul Lorenz, Victor Mul- 'm, Ed'Johnson, Sterling, Lease Irving Alne, Charles Ternes Edward Lorenz, Edward Johnson, Joseph Johnson, James Henderson, John Bauer, Neil Sherman Fay Ward, Junior Bottom, Thayer Mullin, Dwight Wagner ard Lowell Erdmann. Vone Hurt in Auto Wreck at Titonka TITONKA-- Cars driven by Fred fagen, manager of the Farmers elevator and Henry Ites, farmer iving north o£ town, collided in own on Friday night. Both cars vere slighHy damaged, but no one vas injured. Hagen's wife and two luldren were in the Hagen car tes was riding aione The 1338-39 cotton crop of India, Delusive of Burma, was placed at .085,000 bales, a reduction of 14 per cent from 1837-38. Burnham Elected as President of West Union Country Club WEST UNION--At the annual election of the West Union Country club held Friday evening, w. H. Burnham was chosen president; Dr. L. L. Carr, Clermont, vice president; C. W. Grimes, secretary and treasurer. Directors are E H Estey, W. H. Antes, R. D. Fallows' Lorenz E. Schatz, Fred W. Schneider. ANNUAL GUEST DAY IS HELD Leland Federated Hears Speakers at Ambroson Residence LELAND -- The Leland Worn* en's Federated club held its annual guest day and tea at the liome of Mrs. Alma Ambroson Friday afternoon. Miss Clara 3. Olson of Forest :ity, president o£ the Winnebago county women's clubs, was present and gave a talk and Miss Marian Aasgaard of Kanawha gave a talk on "The Use of the Trademark or What's in a Name?" Besides the two speakers the )Ut of town guests were Mrs ^enora Duea of Fort Dodge, Mrs H. F. Huseth and Mrs. Mike Johnson of Lake Mils, Mrs. Ronald McClement, Mrs. Emil Hermanson and Mrs. H. C. Holland of Forest City. Norway's North Cape enjoys a Gulf Stream climate. Water never freezes there, although it is in a latitude a thousand miles north of Labrador and five hundred miles nearer the Pole than Alaska's Yukon. JACK PURCELL SERVICES HELD Funeral Conducted in Church at Manly;' Burial Near Joice JOICE--Funeral services -were held Saturday morning at ' the Catholic church in Manly for Jack Purcell who died Wednesday evening at Kensett. The Rev. Clarence Serring officiated. Burial took place at the St. Patrick's cemetery west of Bristol near Joice. Mr. Purcel] is survived by three sisters, Mrs. C. Oswald of Hanlontown, Mrs, Sims and Mrs. Ford ot Waterloo; two brothers, . Ed of Wilmar and Frank of Fertile- also a son, James at Minneapolis and a daughter, Hildegard at Elmore. All of these relatives were present at the final rites. Plymouth Concert Planned Tuesday PLYMOUTH - The" Plymouth nigh school band plans to give a concert at the high school auditorium Tuesday night, Director Robert Runyan announced. Clovelly, t h e English village whose cne street is all stairs and whose pedestrians mostly ride donkeys, conspicuously posts a no- ticii that visitors whose weights exceed 9 stone 3 pounds (129 pounds) may not ride the donkeys. NEURITIS T UE Y* ^ 1N IN fiw »»NUTI$ To relieve the torturing pain pf Neuritis. Rheumatism. Neuralsia or Lurabaio in a - u t ' ' " " 1 " Doctor ' a f e m u u t,, . ependable-- no onlatcj no narcotics. 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