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Mason City, Iowa
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Friday, March 12, 1937
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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH 12 ·§ 1937 ELEVEN Mason City's Calendar NORTH IOWA FAIR PROGRAM IS BOOKED BY BOARD March 11-31--National Business Women's week. March 1 8 - 2 0 -- C o n v e n t i o n of North Central division of Iowa Stats Teachers association. March-16-17--High school operetta, "Vagabond King," to be given at school auditorium at 8 - p. m, March 38--Easter Sunday. March 30--Grade school operetta, "The Wedding of the Flowers," high school auditorium, High School Music Mothers. April 6, 7, 8 and 9---Mason City Globe-Gazette's annual f r e e cooking school at high school auditorium. April 7-10--Eleventh annual boys' hobby show in Y. M. C. A., ', sponsored by Kiwanis club and .Y. M. C. A. . . Here In . Mason City Methodist Div. 3 hake sale Sat. a. m. at Damon's. D. K. Lunuherff ot D. K. Lundberg and company, has returned from Chicago where he spent several days on business in the interest of his store. For Real Silk Hosiery and Lingerie phone Mrs. Kelly, 4128. C. E. Leff ler, manager of the Sieg-Mason :City company, was in Minneapolis Thursday on business New Spring Suits and Topcoats are ready! Open a budget charge account . . . no extra charge . ABEL SON, INC. Harvey Major and Arleigli Marshall took a load o£ boys to the Mason City-Buffalo Center game at - the district tournament al Webster City Thursday evening. Special bus service for .Surf dance Saturday night. Leave Mason City at 8:35-9:05-9:35, returning at 1:15 a. m. 25c round trip.-Mason City and Clear Lake Railroad Company. Birth certificates have been filet for Edward John, son of Mr. and Mrs. Francis Stork, 504 Madison avenue northwest, born Feb. 26 Robert Thomas, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Blank, 235 Twelfth street southeast, born March 1 Marjorie Joy, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Robert William Mason Mason City, born March 1, anc Mary Mabel, daughter of Mr. 'and Mrs. Jay Taylor, Mason City, born March 3. Merle Royce, Roger Paiton and Dick Pool took part in an informa debate at the regular meeting o: the. Y?s Men's club on Thursday ·evening at:the Y. M.)C. A. in the Hi-Y room arid at the dinner table Joe Fink, son of Mr. and Mrs Ben Fink, was named as the up- perclass favorite of the freshman class in a recent poll appearing Tuesday in the special, freshman edition of the Cornellian at Cor nell college, Mount Vernon. Finl has received all around honors a president of the senior class anc Men's Senate, Phi Beta Kappa cage, track and debate star. LOW ADMISSION RICE POLICY IS ADOPTED FOR' 37 iigh Fence to Be Removed; Special Vaudeville Acts Booked. The executive board of the 'orlh Iowa Fair association at a meeting in the Hotel Hanford hursday afternoon took the in- lial steps for rehabilitating the lason City exposition and the in- uguration of a new policy that . is hoped will bring a substan- lal increase in attendance. Fred Mitchell, secretary of the ssoeiation, Friday announced the oard had booked from eight to en superb vaudeville acts of the aliber that will play at state airs the coming season. The vaudeville acts will be fur- ished by the Barnes-Caruthers ompany. It is possible that ar- angements can be made for a hange of program in the middle if the week. These acts, it was pointed out, vill present a program of from 3ne and a half to one and three- quarters hours. The afternoon program will be supplemented vith such acts as novelty races. The board decided on a 35 cent mtside gate in the daytime and 25 cents at night; A 25 cent admis- ion charge will be made at the bleachers which are to be erected. All the high fences between the nidway and the race track will bo ·emoved giving some 400 feet o£ unobstructed space from which ipectators can view the acts. The week of August 23 has been ;elected for the fair. At the Hospitals . .Marlene Brown, 321 Third stree northwest, was dismissed from th Park hospital Thursday following a minor operation. Robert Millard, route 1, was dis missed 'from the Park hospita Thursday following a minor opera tion. Mrs. George Law, Clear Lake was dismissed from the Park hos pital Thursday following a rnino operation. Ivan Trevelt, 414 East Stat street, was dismissed from th Park hospital Thursday followin a major operation. E. E. Brand, Plymouth, was dis missed from the Park hospita Thursday following treatment. Gloria Ann Boyce, 1306 Rhid Island avenue northeast, was dis missed from the Park hospita Thursday following treatment. Mrs. R. W. Mason and infan daughter, 404 Thirteenth stree southeast, were dismissed from th Park hospital Thursday. Ramon Leach, 1025 East Stat street, was dismissed from th Park hospital Thursday followin a minor operation. Our + ·+ + Home Town By D. W. M. RECENTLY one of the head men of THIS PAPER made a NASTY CRACK about the COLUMNIST who wouldn't have ANYTHING to write about if he DIDN'T mention HIS KIDS £ Maybe it wasn't AIMED AT US maybe we DON'T RATE the title of COLUMNIST (We HOPE) but IF WE DO if we were the one the BRICK was aimed at WE APOLOGIZE not one whit as WE ARE PROUD we HAVE CHILDREN to write about write about them A LOT because (having four) THAT'S ONE THING we feel WE KNOW SOMETHING ABOU r that's a HELUVA LOT more than a LOT OF SO CALLED COLUMNISTS can say of the SUBJECTS THEY USE also WE'VE COOKED ON, eaten off of SOLD STOVES for years fc KNOW WHAT WE ARE TALK ING ABOUT when we say that the MONARCH MALLEABLE is one of AMERICA'S FINEST, BEST BUILT, BEAUTIFUL stoves at SUCH A LOW PRIC SOo I THANK YOU. Don McPeak '·'·£·"· Mason City Hardwar St.Patrick's Program on Sunday Night Will Be Presented in Honor of Monsignor O'Connor at St. Joseph's. The annual St. Patrick's pro T gram at the St. Joseph's Catholic garish in honor of the Rt. Rev. Monsignor P. S. O'Connor will be presented Sunday evening at B o'clock in the parish hall. - T h e .program will-include the singing of "Ave Mafia" and "Mighty Like a Rose," by Marie Hoffman, accompanied by Lillian Jarosh; a one act play, "Love and Corned Beef," with the following characters: Mike Casey, Joseph Madden; Bridget, Marian Delaney; Mary, Exie Mae Cornelius; James, Thomas Peterson, and Peter Fudge, Edsyard Jarosn, and the singing of "Kathleen Mavoureen" and "Believe Me If All These Endearing Young Charms," by Grace Marie Ryan, accompanied by Doris Ryan. Other numbers on the program are: Dorothy Maflsen, -dance, accompanied by Jimmy Fleming; Yvonne McGrane, reading, "Ma at the Basketball Game," and Larry Reardon, singing, "Molly Brannigan," "The Wearing O' the Green" and "The Thirty-Two Counties," accompanied by Ralph Geer. An address will be given by Monsignor O'Connor. Sheriff Tim Phalen will be master of ceremonies. Mrs. Bonnie Kanler S e r v i c e s Held at Evangelical Church Funeral services for Mrs. Bonnie Leath Kanler, 47, who died at a local hospital Wednesday following a long illness, were held at the Grace Evangelical church Friday afternoon, with the Rev. Raymon Ferguson in charge. Burial was in Elmwood cemetery. Pallbearers were Carl Braham August Giest, Vern Ryan, Ben Calvert, Ernest Ward and Howard Leonard. Smith to Speak on Sunday Afternoon Lloyd R. Smith, secretary to Senator Sam Goetsch of Decorah and prominent as a Townsend pension plan speaker, will give an address at a meeting of Townsend club No. 1 at the Y. M. C. A. Sunday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. The program will include vocal numbers by a high school quartet made up of Clark Sweetser, Don Kunx, Paul Youngdale and Bob Burgraff. Syble Booth will sing, accompanied by Mrs. Royce Farrar.. A lunch will be served at 12 o'clock, noon, with everyone bringing their own baskets, Mrs. O. S. Winter, secretary of the club, stated. Mr. Smith is to appear on the KGLO North Iowa Forum at 8:05 Sunday night. Mrs. TtJ. T. Iverson, accompanied by her two children, Bobby and Betty, is visiting at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Ask, 019 Adams avenue northwest, while Mr. Iverson who is music supervisor for the public schools at Sioux City, is acting as a judge at the sub-district music contest at -Britt. '.V Have Important Roles in High School Operetta WINIFRED STOKER T-Photo by Wright. BARBARA SCOTT --Photo by Wright. TORI RYE ·--Photo by Wright Dress Rehearsal Starts for "The Vagabond King Operetta to Be Given on" Three Nights at High School. The arrival of costumes and scenery from the University or Minnesota Thursday aroused keen interest among the east members of "Vagabond King," which is to be presented Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday of next week by the high school vocal department under the direction of Miss Ellen Smith. Dress rehearsals got under way Thursday night. Scenes became vivid with the colorful costumes of the French rabble, the king's court, the many dancers, the arch-- Photo by Wright, ers and the various chorus groups. Winifred Storer, senior, and Barbara Scott, junior, are double cast as Huguette de Hamel, while Bill Parker, Tom Rye, Art Fischbeck, Dick TJfford and Lester ART FISCHBECK Boyce are Louis XI, Noel de Jolys and Tabarie, respectively, in the Rudolph Friml op- cast as Oliver, King Thibaut d' Aussigny, eretta. King's Comedian. BILL PARKER --rhoto by Kirk DICK TJFFORD HOLY NAME TO MEET SUNDAY Society to Be Addressed by Monsignor O'Connor at Parish Hall. The Holy Name society is to receive Holy Communion at the 8 o'clock mass at the St. Joseph's Catholic church Sunday morning. This will be followed by a breakfast at the parish hall, where a program will be presented. The speaker will be the Rt. Rev. Monsignor P. S. O'Connor, who will review his experiences on a trip to Ireland. Three vocal numbers will he given by Larry Reardon, accompanied by Ralph Geer. Mr. Reardon will sing "The Wearing O' the Green," "Molly Brannigan" and "The Thirty-two Counties." W. D. Laltimer, president of the society, is making a special effort to have every member present for the occasion. Winifred and Barbara, who love the vagabond king in vain, give up their lives for him. Lester as Guy Tabarie, the vagabond king's |j faithful henchman, is the main comedian. Dick as Noel dc Jolys loves many women but is scorned by all and Art as Oliver draws . many..a laugh as the king's Master of the Royal Bath. Bill in the role of King Louis XI the effeminate French monarch though an apparent weakling in the beginning of the production proves to his subjects that he is a man of iron. Tom, the grand marshal of France, supplies intense dramatic action as the villain. Based on Justin Huntly McCarthy's romance, "If I Were King," "Vagabond King" has as its contrasting settings the slums ol Paris and the royal court. King Louis comes for aid in the defense of Paris to the taproom of a wine cellar where the rabble of Paris gather to sing with their leader the roisterous poet, Francois Villon. To further his scheme of revenge on tho haughty Katherine de Vaucelles, Louis agrees to make Villon king for a day. In the event which follow the poet makes lovi to Katherine, saves Paris from the enemy and in a tense climax Is saved from the noose by Katherine. Offers Bip Variety. In addition to the widely popular melodies, "Song of the Vagabonds," "Tomorrow," "The Drink ing Song" and "Only a Rose," anc the brilliant settings, the production offers a variety of character izations including Huguette Du .Hume], the child of the slums, whc dies in the arms of her lover, Vil Ion, Thibaut D'Aussigny, villain o the drama, the beautiful Katherine De Vaucelles and sly Louis XI. /i large chorus gives support in th exciting scenes of the four ac presentation. Winifred has been a member of the mixed chorus for three years, the Girls' Glee club two years, and is also a member of the Radio club. She has a leading part in the all school play, "Growing Pains," in her junior year and is a member ot the high school girls' Boys' Marble Tourney t o B e H e l d i n Y . M . C . A . Glenn Fessenden, director of Friendly Indian activity, announces the marble tournament for this group will be held Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock in the banquet room of the Y. M. C. A., as the condition of central school grounds is so that it will be im- posible to use them for the tournament. All boys 9 years to 11 years are invited to take part in this event regardless of membership in a Friendly Indian group. Assisting will be Curtiss Skogland, Roger Orr and Clarke Gage. ois Villon and plays opposite iuth Dougali as Katherine de aucelles for the first night production. Bob Rampton also plays Franois Villon opposite Faythe Nol- erieke as Katherine de Vaucelles jn the second night. Other vocalists double cast for he first night are Barbara Scott s Huguette; Renee Fntland, Lady Mary; and Grace Anne Cheno- veth, Margot. Winifred Storer plays Huguette, he second night while Beatrice Vigdahl that of Lady Mary and Anderson as Margot. Supporting the principals are 2d Hunter as Tristan L'Hermite, Vlarwood Spencer, Rene De Mon- igny; James Fore, Casin Cholel ^Inrk Sweetser, Captain of the Scotch Archers; Phyllis Neelings :sabeau; Veda Kinney, Johanne,on; Ed Duke, Rogate; Clinton Diercks, Toison Dion, Burgundinn Herald; Walter Sweet, Astrologer: "relchen Weber, Virginia Lee anti Sileen Payne, first, second, anc ,hird Hunt Ladies respectively "stelle Snyder, the Queen; Evelyi Thomas, the dancer; Bob Olson .he hangman; and Lewis Cummings, bishop. Tho production staff includes James Barclay, business manager Virginia Farmakis and Ida Learner, publicity; Ruth Irons and Rosamond Webster, costumes Odette Stoddard, accompanist, as sistcd by Lorraine Edwards an Dorothy Swift; Jean Isbcli an Mary Burrets, prompters; am Mrs. Harriet Crabb's art students advertising.--V. F. and I. L. SIX TALK AT NEW ALGONA JUNIOR CHAMBER GROUP Local Organization Will Hold Regular Session Monday Night. SiN .nembers of the Mason City jur' Uvision of the Chamber of Commerce visited the newly organized Junior Chamber at Algona and gave information to assist the Algona unit in working out n pro- ram of activities. This was only the second mcct- ig of the Algona group, but it as a membership of 50 enlerpris- ng young business and profession- 1 men, those from here reported, iluch interest was shown by the \lgona Junior Chamber in launeh- ng a rounded program of activi- Lcs John Haggard, president of the Algona Junior Chamber presided and Vern Steil is the secretary. Tell of Activities. Those from Mason City who made the trip were Jay Tubbesing, harles E. Cornwall, Fred Wagner, Bob Davidson, Dr. G. E. Harrison incl Fritz Beck. Each spoke briefly on various )hases of Junior Chamber activi- ies, including state affiliation, dues, constitution and by-laws, age imils, relation to the senior organ- zation, programs, fellowship ac- .ivities, programs and projects Success with various enterprises in Mason Cily was included in summaries of activities. Meet Here Monday. A regular meeting of the Mason !ity Junior Chamber will be helc Monday evening in Hotel Hanford the program following a dinner. A four man debate team will present arguments for and againsl government ownership of public utilities. Special music will be furnished by a girls' trio, Charlotte and Winifred Storer and Estelle Schneider. In Mason City No Recommendation f o r Reinstatement of Max Duckworth SIOUX CITY, OT--The Sious City Bar association voted not tc recommend reinstatement of Ma* Duckworth, former Woodbur county attorney who resigned dining a graft investigation here, as member of the Iowa Bar assocm tion. His application for reinstate ment, filed with the Iowa suprcm court, was returned here for ap proval or disapproval by the Siou City group. trio. Barbara, winner o£ a vocal "M," has been a member of the mixed chorus, the Girls' Glee club, and the girls' sextet that won in the local contest. She was one of six winners in the national piano contest in her sophomore year. In addition to being on the make-up staff, she was one of the cast in "Family Upstairs" and on the staffs of "Penny Pirates" a n d "Growing Pains." All five boys belong to the mixed chorus, the Boys' Glee club. and the Radio club. Are Double Cast. The roles that are double east are Francois Villon, Katherine de Vaucelles, Huguette de Hanel, Lady Mary and Margot. Stanley Rivcdal is cast as Fran- the most amoving combination of luxury and long wear in topcoat history tvoven froni the hairs of the Alpaca, Angora, G«anaco and Sheep Four famous fleeces scientifically blended to give you a topcoat so silky, so luxurious and still so sturdy and serviceable that it's unique in clbthing history. You never saw a coat you were sure to like so well-- vou certainly never got a more amazing buy --LOOKS LIKE FIFTY. "CtLANESE LINED" Commencing March 15, 1937, the Painters' scale in Mason City will be 85c an hour. HARRY W. COLMERY Legion Chief Stops Here Two Minuter -Jarry W. Colmery, Nationa Commandei', Greets Local Legionnaires. "Meet me at the Rock Islan station at 10:20. I want to se you." That telegram from Harry "olmery, national commander the American Legion, was re ccived by Hanford MacNider Fri day morning. The former national commande notified R. C. Patrick, Clausen Worden post, that the distin guished visitor, on his way north ward from Des Moines, would b in Mason City for a minute or tw while the train stopped. A sizable delegation of Legion naires was at the station when the train pulled in. It included Com- ander Patrick; Dr. T. A. Nettle- in, chef de gare of the Forty and ifiht; Clarence Kelroy and W. V. lausen. Mr. MacNider, accompanied by . A. O'Leary, pulled his car up eside the train about a minute ater. The Legion chiefs had just ex- hanged greetings when the con- uctor's "All aboard" rang out. ommander Colmery had to run or his car. ' "What did he want to see you bout?" MacNider was asked on is way back uptown. "I never found out," was the nswer. improvement Club at Popejoy Names Heads POPEJOY--Mrs. Myrtc Mc- Murrny ami Mrs. .1. W. Fisher vere hostesses to the March meet- ng ot the Improvement club at the ome of (he former Wednesday .fternuon. Officers elected were: 'resident, Mrs. J. W. Fisher; vice president, Mrs. A. J. Albcrs; sec- ·etary, Mrs. L. W. McBurney. The April session will be held at the lome of Mrs. J. A. Hammitt. Invest In a Diamond Now .. . As they are positively going up in price. Outstanding values $20 up. U R R A Y JEWELRY CO. Foresters Bldg. Hutchinson's S H A M R O C K CENTER BRICK Ice Cream 40C Quart Order from your Hutchinson Dealer HERE'S THE OFFER: Price Allowance for Old Wash 3 - Z o n o TURBO1A- TOR washing action washes all ol tho clothai all ol Iho tlmo -- top. boltom and ccnler of load. SAL.E PRICE $ With Trade-in PLUS 2 FREE TUBS A WEEK lo own this ne- Washar-- so liltlo thai 11 payi .'ot lUell a» ?ou UJO II--keops on savins money lor yeori, Now Only $2.50 Down · This new 1037 Easy, selling for only S69.50, is a washer value that's hard In heat! Has Turbo- later, .V/.one washing action that washes all the clothes all of the time. Newest design with safely wringer. During this offer, a liberal allowance for your old washer -- plus a set of 2 self-draining laundry tubs in the bargain! Don't Miss This Sale -Avoid the Penalty of Rising Prices! Other Models from $59.50 to $159.50 PEOPLES GAS AND ELECTRIC COME\NY MASON CITY -- MANLY -- NORA SPRINGS -- CLEAR LAKE

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