The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on March 23, 1939 · Page 3
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March 23, 1939

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 3

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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE THURSDAY, MARCH 23, 1939 Monthly Meeting of Rake P. T. A. Held; Program Presented RAKE--The March meeting o£ the P. T. A. was held at the school auditorium Tuesday evening. The program consisted of two playlets and a song by the lifth and sixth grades directed by Miss Ruth Luzum; a piano duet by Marjorie Hanson and Betty Havnen; a humorous reading by Gladys Halverson; and a piano solo by Mrs. Chris Silrum. The program was arranged by the newly elected entertainment committee composed of Mrs. Alberl Ingebritson, Mrs. Irvin Thompson, and Mrs. Adolph Oakland. Refreshments were served by Mrs. H. L. Heath, Mrs. Peter Vaagen, and Mrs. Amos Burkhow They Help Direct Convention Officers and Committee Chiefs Play Important Role in North Central Iowa Teachers Meeting in Mason City RESERVOIR IN CREEK BREAKS All Farmers Below Dam Reported to Have Been Given Warning HUDSON, Colo., (/PJ--Floodwaters from a bursted reservoi surged down Box Elder creek to ward the South Platte river Thursday as rapidly melting snow in the uplands of the Rockies sent creeks out of their banks. A 100 foot section of the half- mile long Moonshire reservoir near Hudson gave way last mid- night, nearly emptying it of 350,000,000 gallons of water. Vf. D. Arnold living near the reservoir, said he believed all farmers below the dam had had ample warning to seek safety. The South Platte, which flows northeastward from Colorado into Nebraska, already had taken out three bridges above its confluence with Box Elder creek, about 15 miles east of Greeley, Colo. In northeastern Montana, t h e MiJk river was carrying a flooc crest toward Glasgow, Mont. Ten miles of bottom lands above Glasgow were flooded Wednesday night, but Max B. Yoder, Valley county surveyor, said there wa "no immediate danger for Glas gow." The Milk river poured through a CCC camp Wednesday at Malta Mont., forcing the camp's evacu tion. The floodwater reached into Malta. Survey Made of U. S. War Material Capacity PITTSBURGH, (#)--The Na- 'ional Manufacturers association :s quietly conducting a survey ol the capacity o£ industry in the United States to produce war materials, A. W. Robertson, chairman of the Westinghouse Electric Manufacturing company disclosed Thursday. KILLED BY CABLE CRESTON, (ff)--Arthur Peter shon was killed when struck by flying cable while pulling stump with a county road tractor. Th cable hit his skull and a fractur resulted. Waldorf Choir Home 7 rom 2 Weeks' Tour of Minnesota, Iowa FOREST CITY--The Waldorf college choir returned from a :wo weeks' tour having held concerts in Estherville, Mankatp, Montevideo, Lake Crystal, Pelican Rapids, Fergus Falls, Benson, Sa. Paul, Minneapolis and other cities in Minnesota and Iowa. The Waldorf choir was organized in 1920 by Oscar Lyders, who is now director o£ the Midland choir at Fremont, Nebr. This is Mr. Hagen's eleventh year BS conductor of this organization. The Rev. John M. Mason 5s business manager for the choir this year. March Right in for Your Savings! Wards CLARA B. OLSON Forest City Chairman Executive Committee R. E. NYQUIST Mason City Treasurer GLADYS PRICE Mason City Secretary · Don't say, "I can't afford glasses." Poor vision grows constantly worse. Have your eyes examined now! "S«e Wells and See Well" DR. L, A. WELLS OPTOMETRIST [jlOi N. KDEftAl-MASQN CITY] F. G. ST1TH Esthcrville Executive Committet- H. H. 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