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Mason City, Iowa
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Wednesday, April 25, 1934
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filGHT MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE APRIL 25 1934 NOMINATIONS OF MANY ARE FILED Both Republicans, Demo crats Submit Papers to State Secretary. DES MOINES, April 25.--With Wednesday as the final day fo filing of candidacies for nomina tions in the June primaries, many were submitting their papers to th secretary of state. Those who had filed included: State Officers. Governor--Robert W. Colflesh (R) of Des Moines; Dan W. Turner (R) of Corning; Clarence A. Knut son (R) of Clear Lake; Wallace M Short (R) of Sioux City. Lieutenant-governor -- G. W. Patterson (R) of Burt; Harry B. Thompson (R) of Muscatine; G. E Cress (R) Mason City. Auditor of State--Frank M. Hanson (R) of Cedar Rapids; Seth S. Silver (R) of Cantril. Attorney General--Ross Mowry (R) o£ Newton; Robert J. Shaw (R)' of Sigourney; Harry B. Swan (R) Atlantic. Secretary of state--G. C. Greenwait (R) Des Moines. Secretary of Agriculture--G. S. Wooten (D) of Boone; Patrick E. Kehoe (R) of Farley; Hazel V. Thomas '(R) of Belmond. Superintendent of public instruction--Agnes Saniuelson (R) Snen- andoah; P. E. McClenahan (R) Cedar Falls. Railroad Commissioner--Paul W. Schmidt (D) of Iowa City; C. O. Frazier (R) of Council Bluffs. Congress. First'district--E. R. Hicklin (R) of Wapello; L. H. Childs (R) Fort Madison. Second--Martin B. Andolfinger (R) Dubuque Third--Ernest J. Seeman (D) of Readlyn; Le Mak (R) of Waterloo; John E. Johnson (R) Reinbeck; Frank J. McGreevy (R) Ackley. Fourth--King R. Palmer (R) West Union; C. A. Benson (R) Elkader. Sixth--LeRoy C. Fischer (D) of Polk City; C. C. Dowell (R) of Des Moines; William W. Klein (R) of Des Moines. Seventh--James Pearson (D) of Shenandoah; William P. Welch (D) Logan; Charles E. Swanson (R) Council Bluffs; John M. Henry (R) Council Bluffs. Eighth--Fred C. Gilchrist f R l of Laurens; J. J. Myers (D) of Carroll. Ninth--Thomas H. McBride (R) Sioux City; M. E. De Wolf (R) Spencer. State Senate. Those in North Iowa were: Thirty-seventh--(Hamilton, Hardin, Wright)--Oscar Ulstead (R) of Holmes. ---TniFt-y.-.eiglith---(Blaefc_Hawk r ;jGrundy)--· Edward J. Wenner (R) ' "of Waterloo. Forty-second--(Howard, Poweshiek)--C. C. Burgess (R) Cresco. Forty-fourth--(Chickasaw, Floyd) --Lafe Hill (R» Nora Springs; E. P. Donohue (R) New Hampton. State Representative. AUamakee--Ove T. Roe (D) Waukon. Butler--C. C. Smith (R) Clarksville; Ada Garner (D) Shell Rock. WINNERS IN SPELLING BEE Iowa Daily Press Photo Holding the trophies of victor}' in the interstate spelling contest held at Shenandoah arc Chester Bloom of Bridgexvater, Iowa, left, and Donald Sheeley of Afton, Iowa, right. Chester won the oral and Donald the written and sweepstakes. Contestants from Nebraska, Missouri, Minnesota, South Dakota and Iowa competed. Back row, left to right, are A. E. Harrison, Storm Lake, president of the association; Clalr E. Russell, secretary of the Shenandoah Chamber of Commerce, who presented the medals, and Dr. R. Eaton, founder and conductor of the contest. Trades Assembly at Burlington Suspends Common Labor Union BURLINGTON, April 25.--The Surlington trades and labor assem- oly last night adopted a resolutiKi suspending the Burlington affiliated hod carriers and common laborers union "until such time as the mem- jership adopts sane leadership and measures which can be accepted by ne central body." This is the "first time here that n organized labor union has been uspended by the assemblj'. The common laborers union, ·hich Leo Burke, a motion picture perator, is the head, was organized few months ago. There has been requent labor trouble as a result and the resolution adopted by the ssembly states "spasmodic picket- ag has occurred so frequently iat-Jt~iias become- a. farce." - . - Cerro Gordo--Harry R. Howard tD) Mason City; Arthur L. Sherin (R) Mason City; Herman M. Knudson (R) Mason City. Chickasaw--H. L. Hettler (D) New Hampton; Ed J. Markle (R) New Hampton; M. E. Benz (R) Lawler; H. F. Nieowhner (R) Fredericksburg; Lloyd W. Zipske (D) Lawler. Clay--Floyd J. Crane (D) Dickens; A. H. Avery (R) Spencer; Roy S. LaBrost (D) Spencer. Clayton--Otto Fuelling (D) Farmersburg; Alvin J. Kregel (R) Gar- narvillo. Emmet--L. P. Stillman (D) Dolliver.- Fayette--L. H. Hauth (D) Hawkeye; H. B. Hough (D) Oelwein; I. J- Baldwin (D) Oelwein; G. P. Leverton (R) Oelwein; George R. Shirk (R) Oelwein; George L. Scott (R) Windsor township. Hancock--J. A. Chambers (R) Corwitb; Oscar E. Johnson (D) Kanawha. Howard--D. M. Evans (R) Cresco. Humboldt--Lenhardt Holden (R) Ottosen; W. H. Strachan (R) Humboldt Kossuth--A. H. Bonnstetter (D) West Bend.. Palo Alto--C. F. Waldon (R) Emmetsburg. Winnebago--F. J. Colby (D) Forest City; J. H. Horvei (R) Lake Mills. Winneshiek--Joe Flynn (D) Decorah; H. O. Talle (R) Decorah; C. M. Langland (R) Spring Grove, Minn. Worth--C. H. Dietrick (D) Han- Icntown; Albert J. Enabut (R) Manly; Lewis Blattspieler (D) Manly; John S. Veenker (R) Northwood; Lewis Horvei (R) Lake Mills. Wright--R. E. L. Aldrich (D) Belmond; Robert D. Blue (R) Eagle Grove; C. I. Rowen (R) Rowan. New York City operates tuberculosis st'""' 1 clinics for the benefit of its unemployed. Nobody finds a constant chill To be exactly pleasing, Nobody seems to get a thrill From sitting round and freezing.. Order Great-Heart for your inspection, And you will win the family affection. FIRESIDE FUEL CO. PHONE 888 Before It's Too Late iampton Girl Among Iowa Co-Eds Chosen as "Representative" IOWA CITY. April 25. ff Selected for scholarship, personality, character and outside activities, eight Universits' of Iowa students have been chosen as "representative" by a committee of faculty members. They are: Tom Moore of Waterloo and Evelyn Benda of Iowa City, seniors; Gertrude Mowry of Iowa City and Phillips McClintock of Iowa City, juniors; Earla Elaine of Hampton and Robert Dalbey of Des Moines, sophomores, and Helen Perkins of Iowa City and Gilbert Geebink of Orange City, freshmen. Shorey, Greatest Scholar of Greek in America, Dies CHICAGO, April .25. ./JO--Paul Shorey, known in academic circles as the greatest Greek scholar in America, died last night. He was 76 years old. Shorey had claimed he was working against time in an effort to give to the world all that lie knew about classical culture. Shorey was born in Davenport, Iowa, in 1857, the son of Judge Daniel Shorey. He studied at Harvard under James Russell Lowell and was graduated with the bachelor degree in 1878. MANY BANDS IN MUSIC FESTIVAL Large Instrumental Groups Entered in High School Contest Named. IOWA CITY, April 25.--Headed by 25 concert bands, 49 large Instrumental groups which will include nearly 1,500 musicians have qualified for the Iowa high school music festival. In addition to the record number of concert bands, there will be 20 orchestras and 14 marching bands in the affair at the University of Iowa May 3 to 5. it was announced, by Prof. Charles B. Righter, festival committee member. Nine groups which were rated '·superior" last year will return. They are Roosevelt of Des Moines, West Waterloo, 'lowa City, Vinton, and Blairstown among the concert bands, and East Waterloo, Shenandoah and .Eldora tra'ning school among marching bands. Osage is tba only returning orchestra which was "superior" a year ago. These are the official qualiffors: Concert Bands. West AA--Burlington, Dubuque, Waterloo. A--Ames, Centerville, Charles City, Iowa City, ShenandoaK Spencer, Washington. B--Clear Lake, Denison. 3da Grove, Knoxville, Le Mars, Sigourney, Vinton. C--Battle Creek, Blairstown, Lorimer, Manly, Panora, Springville, Wellman, Wyoming. Orchestras. AA--Burlington, North Des Moines, Roosevelt, Des Moines, West Waterloo, East Waterloo. A--Clarinda, Iowa City, Oelwein, Perry. B--Audubon, Clear Lake, Lamoni, Osage, Sigourney, Storm Lake. C--Arlington, Burlington (Oak St. Junior), Clearfield, Newberg, Orange City, Renwick. Marching Bands. AA--East Waterloo, West Waterloo. A--Eagle Grove, Fairfield, Perry, Shenandoah. A Solution of Every Corset Difficulty MRS. E. B. SOUBY of La Camille Fame Here for the Remainder of the Week Mrs. Souby's. wide knowledge of modern corsetry,. gained through years of experience in all parts of the United States, is at your disposal here this week. Mason City women who have experienced ·difficulty in obtaining real comfort from tbeir corsets are invited to bring their problems to . Mrs. Souby. Mothers with young daughters to be corseted will avoid regrets during later years by having them fitted by Mrs. Souby. Mrs. Souby's presence in Mason City is possible through the courtesy of the makers of La Camille corsets and is in keeping with the La Camille policy of unrivaled service to their wearers everywhere. Telephone Mrs. Souby for An Appointment Today. This Service Is Without Charge. Phone 193. TREMENDOUS SALE of IMPORTANT HATS BIG BRIMS FINE STRAWS .. CREPES .. PELTS t) ' "--" Usually J ~ See Our Windows HS« to $6.50 PLENTY OF LARGE HEADSIZES A. Fashion Scoop! Only Merkel's could assemble such i glorious group of brand new Hats in every imaginable style and color for Miss, Mother and Matron. Don't miss this chance to save 51 to 53 on each Hat! BLACK . . BROWN . . NAVY . . GREY . . BEIGE BED . . WHITE .. SUMMER COLORS! B--Eldora training school, Greenfield, Lorlmer, Waverly. C--Lost Nation, Panora, Parkersburg, Williams. The Mason City band and orchestra will go direct to national competition. DeLong, Nora Springs, to Talk at Banquet in Rudd RUDD, April 25.--There will be a father and son banquet Friday evening. May 4, in the M. E. church basement. The Rev. Claude Baber and Russell Dockstader will appear on the program. The Rev. John De Long of Nora Springs will be the speaker. 13 to Enter Contest. KANAWHA, April 25.--The voca bonal agriculture livestock judging class will enter the state contest at Ames on May 10. Thirteen boys will be entered. A. S. Thomson is the instructor. Fire Damages Attic. KANAWHA, April 25.--A blaze in the attic of the Fred Knudson home Tuesday morning caused considerable damage. It is thought the fire was originated by a spark from the chimnev. T ' ? oth the president and the vice president should die, the secretary of state would assume the presidency. Genshaw, Resident of Cresco for 65 Years, Dies; Rites Thursday CRESCO, April 25.--Gus Genshaw, 87, a resident of Cresco for 65 years, died at his home here Tuesday after several weeks' illness. He was a Cresco businessman many years in his earlier life. He is survived by his widow. Funeral services will be held Thursday at the Immanuel Lutheran church, the Rev. L. W. Moench officiating and burial at Oak Lawn cemetery. Livestock breeders advise that calves be fed whole milk the first two weeks to assure them a good start in life. HOW MUCH DO SHOES COST? That depends upon what you get. Scrap-iron is cheap but GOLD is precious. This store does not sell scrap-iron. We feature and fit Fine QUALITY FOOTWEAR. L A I R D ' S TM* 14 E. State St. ^^ Where Shoes Are Really Fitted 'Seeing is Believing" Nearest Approach to a Diamond Nubian Gems 59' 2 for $1.00 Look Exactly Like Real Diamonds! They Each stone is cut with facets exactly like a diamond. Solitaires, dinner, children's and men's rings . . . each an exact copy of an expensive ring. Brilliant, glamorous, stunningly mounted! MOKE BEACTIFTJL THAN WORDS CAN DESCRIBE These are the rings you saw at the World's Fair priced from $1.00 to $3.00 Complete Assortment of Beautiful Colored Stone Rings MAIL OR PHONE ORDERS FILLED. STATE RING SIZE Toiletries THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY Pond's Cold Cream, 35c size 29c Pond's Cold Cream, 65c size.... 52c Pond's Liquefying Cream, 35c size 29c Pond's Liquefying Cream, 65c size 52c Pond's Vanishing Cream, 35c size 29c Pond's Vanishing Cream, 65c size 52c Pompeian Night Cream,'50c size 39c Hopper Vanishing Cream, 60c size 39c Ingram's Milkweed Cream, $1 size 93c Othine Freckle Remover, ?1.10 size 98c Cold Cream, 1-lb. jar 29c Turtle Oil Cream, 1-lb. jar 29c Liquefying Cleansing Cream, 1 Ib. 29c Puritan Beauty Lotion -... 39c Jergen's Lotion , 39c Le Jay Hand Lotion 19c Almond Lotion, large bottle .... 29c Rose Water, large bottle 29c Ipana Tooth Paste 33c Pebeco Tooth Paste 36c Pepsodent Tooth Paste 35c Colgate's Tooth Paste 19c Kolynos Tooth Paste 36c Listerine, large size 69c Listerine, medium size" 48c Pepsodent Antiseptic 89c Pepsodent Antiseptic 49c Dr. West Tooth Paste, 2 f o r , . . . 25c Burma Shave, tube 29c Burma Shave, jar 39c Barbasol, tube 29c Regal Witch Hazel, 16 oz 29c William's Talcum for Men lOc Bay Rum lOc Make-up Items Maybelline, black or brown 69c Ayre's Indelible Lip Stick 55c Ayre's Indelible Lip Rouge 55c Armand's Cream Rouge 50c Liquid Mascara lOc Guest Powder Puffs in fancy pkgs... lOc to 50c For the Bath Bathasweet, regularly ?1 89c Bathasweet, regularly 25c 21c Water Softener, 5-lb. sack 39c Kegal Rubbing Alcohol. 29c Regal Bath Powder 29c April Showers Body Powder 98c Soaps Colgate's Charmis, Orchis, Big Bath or Old Lavender, 2 bars lie Boccabelli Soap, 4-lb. bar 51.49 Boccabelli Soap, small bar lOc Sayman's Soap, 3 bars 25c Physicians' and Surgeons' Soap, 2 bars 25c Dram Perfumes Ben Hur. Sweet Pea, Carnation, Bohemian Girl, Sweet Kiss or Forbidden Fruit, dram 15c Gerley's Primavera, dram 69c Sous Bois, dram 69c L'Heure Exquise, dram 69c Reve D'Amour, dram 50c Tendresse, dram 69c Gardenia, dram 50c Coty's Chypre, dram 50c L'Origan, dram 50c Paris, dram 50c · Guerlain's L'Heure Bleu, dram §1.25 Caron's Bellodgia, dram $2.00 Seventeen, dram 50c Radio Girl, dram . ; ·.. 25c Djer Kiss, dram 35c Fitall Bags, $1 In plain colors or novelty patterns--some are in purse style--very roomy, rubber lined, contain 2 jars and 3 bottles. Armand's New Experience, 20c A clever week-end package. ' Cleansing Tissues, 39c Anne Windsor Cleansing Tissues, high grade, perfect texture, 500 sheets in a package. Rubinstein Powder, $1 A box of this exquisite powder for dry skin or normal and oily skins with free compact rouge. Peach bloom powder with red geranium rouge; rachel powder with red raspberry rouge. Rubinstein First Step to Beauty, Set $1 The set contains Beauty Grains and Pasteurized Face Cream in special sizes. For normal and oily skins or for dry skin. Admiracion Shampoo $1.00 Admiracion Shampoo 50c Packer's Pine Tar Shampoo 48c Golden Glint, package 25c Regal Hair Oil, large bottle 29c Regal Shampoo 29c Plac'd Rite Wave Set lOc R O W D R Vivani Face Powder lOc Coty Face Powder, with flacon of perfume free 98c La Blache Face Powder ., 49c Fiver's Azurea , 9Sc Fiver's Le Trefle 98c Woodbury's Face Powder 43c Three Flowers Face Powder 55c Hospital Absorbent Cotton, 1 Ib. roll 35c, or 3 for $1.00 Cutex Preparations, regularly 35c at 31c Cutex Hand Cream 45c Nina Lee Cleansing Tissues, professional size, cellophane wrapped, 59c, or 2 for $1.00 Hot Water Bottles 49c and 89c Annette Cleaner 39c Armand's set of face powder, lip stick and perfume in clever suedette box §1.00 Larvex with, spray 89c Armand's Set with face powder and rouge $1.00 Deodo, regularly 50c 39c Spiro Powder 39c Odorono, instant or regular.... 31c Odorono, instant or regular, medium size 53c Mavis Talcum Powder 19c Mennen's Baby Talcum 19c J. and J. Baby Powder 19c

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