Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on March 27, 1931 · Page 18
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Mason City, Iowa
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Friday, March 27, 1931
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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTB RELIEF FROM THE SKIES COLtEGESMEET Debaters of Pi Kappa Delta Clash at Sioux City Convention. SIOUX' OTTY, .March 27. UP)-Teams representing colleges. In tpwa, North Dakota and South Dakota met in forensic contests today held in Connection with the biennial convention of the SIpux district of Pi, Kappa Delta, national forensic fraternity. Speakers In the men's extemporaneous contests last' night represented nine colleges. The winners were: Conrad Hoyer, first; Harold Jordon,second, and Richard Swen- Bon, third. In the girl's extemporaneous contest Vivian Halverson -was first; Alice Hlckman, second, and Marion Lippert, third. Morningstde Wins. In' the- men's debate series, Eastern State Normal college, Madison, S. Dak., won from South' Dakota State college. The winner's team was composed of George Moeller, Bryant, S. Dak., and Ernest Wrage / pf Canistota, S. Dak. In the women's debate series, Morningside college, with Rdene Brooks, Fort Dodge, and Alice Hickman, Sioux City, speaking, defeated Bouth Dakota state college. Mary Smith, Montrose,, S. Dak., Bud Florence Shearer, Tyridall, S. Dak., representing Dakota Wesleyan college, Mitchell, S. .Dak., won over Helen McClain, Mitchell, S. Dak., and Joyce Gregory, Bryant, S. Dak., who spoke for Eastern State Normal college, Madison, S. Dak. . Stoux, Falls Wins. A Sioux'Falls college duo, Grace Lock, Sherman, S. Dak., and Carroll Robinson, Alpha, 111., defeated STielma Hall and Marion Lippert, · both .of Jamestown, N. Dak., representing Jamestown college. '', The' Yanlcton college team, composed 'of Monica Kloppert and Vivian Halverson, both of Yankton, , won from Barbara Anderson and Rose Ramthun, who debated for Northern State Teachers' college, .' Aberdeen, S. Dak. An airplane played the role of angel of mercy recently .when a supply of antitoxin was flown from Fairbanks, Alaska,, to Point Barrow for the relief of diphtheria-stricken Eskimos. .The plane was commisr sloned for the flight by Territorial Health Commissioner Be y'Khne and flown by Pilot Joe Crosson. He Is shown loading his plane with the precious serum just before his take-off from Fairbanks. . Plays Presented at Meeting of Belmond Farm Bureau Groups BELMOND, March 27.--Belmond township Farm' Bureau presented two of the plays worked out as a project during the winter Wednesday at the library. That given by the Grant township players -was "The Man Outside." Another by a group also from Grant township was "Sauce for the Goslings." The Belmond high school quartet, Mrs. Harry Evans · and Mr. and Mrs. Clint Luick, furnished .the vocal Lois Lelnbach led the com- "CharacterN Building" "" $10,000 Trust Fund Willed to Iowa Town BEDFORD, March,. 27. UP-r-A $10,000 "character building" trust fund has been left "to the city of Bedford under the will of the late George L. Finn, former state senator who died in California n 1929. The fund, from which approximately .$3,000, is'now available, is to be used to award prizes to school children/for character and building of character. · / The Finn estate was recently settled in California with the adoption of one of several wills. Another ' bequest left $13,000 to the Bedford Masonic lodge. ' Newton to..Glvo Address. IOWA CITY, March 27.--Drl Jo seph.Fort Newton of . Philadelphii for the third time in five years wil deliver the baccalaureate address a the University of Iowa commence ment. The former Cedar Rapids min ister-will appear at the'unlversit -June 1 as the .only formal, speake at the seventy-first cpmmencemen HUNTING GAMP TO BE MARKED Nebraska Spot Where Duke Alexis Camped Will Have. Monument. McCOOK, Nebr., March 27, (UP). --Site of the hunting camp of the Grand Duke Alexis of Russia, and his party when they were on their historic trip across Nebraska in 872, will be given a stone mo'nu- ment by the people of southwestern ebraska. .- , The site, about'25 miles above Red Will creek, was,determined by a letter written by "Buffalo Bill" Cody. The party of the .Grand Duke of Russia was led into the prairie country, on the hunting trip by "Buf- *alo :Bill," .the west's mosffamous cout and Indian fighter. After the Civil war, -the United itates government invited Russia :o send a party of visitors to the United States. Czar,, Alexander' of Russia 'delegated his elder brother, ie Grand Duke Alexis, to make e trip with other notables. After reaching the "United States Alexis was offered a trip into the west to hunt buffalo. He consented. The party left Chicago on Jan. 12, 1872, under the command of General Sheridan, Gen. .George' A.' Ouster, General Forsythe and Colonel Cody. Colonel Cody was given authority to select the site where ,the royal party was to camp during the buffalo hunt. It · is this campsite that will be given a granite marker. OKringa Elected Head of Alumni at Waverly WAVERLY, March 27.--D. D. Offringa, county agent, wag named president and Laura Reaves secretary and treasurer of the'Bremer- Butler county association of Iowa State college alumni at a dinner'at CONFESSES ROBBERY Arthur Burnap (above) 26, arrested for carrying concealed weapons, confessed to Chicago police he had single-handed held -up a train near Birming-. ham, Ala., March 14, getting ?14,500.' the Reeves home.- W. M. Georg and Mrs. Offringa were in charge oj the musical program for th meeting. UNION SERVICE ON GOOD FRIDAY Three Hour Session to Be Held at First M. E. Church. Mason City churches under the auspices of the ministerial association will unite in , communion and 3ood Friday services as has .been the custom for several years. The Communion service "will be held Thursday evening,- April 2, it the First Baptist church; The' Good Friday three hour service will be'held Friday, April 3, a: the First Methodist Eplscopa' church. The service beginning at the noon hour will be divided into seven pe riods of 25 minutes each with fivi minutes for silent meditation be tween the periods. The general theme of the service, will be the seven messages spoken by the Christ from the cross: The people of Mason City and sur rounding territory have been Inviter .to attend these services and ma: come and leave anytime. It is hopec however, that as far as poasibl those attending will come at the be ginning of a period and not leav until' the close of a period. A complete program of the serv ices and those taking part will b A fur expert is one who can look at a leopard skin and tell what kind of a dog formerly used it.--Los An- feles Times. lublished in the Globe-Gazette early lext week. 1931 Dr. Horace Beenier* EXTRACTION SPECIALIST X-RAY OF TEETH J. O. Penney Building Rubber Footwear For the Entire Family AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES t WE PAY 17 CENTS FOR EGGS v SAM RAIZES DEPARTMENT STORE 215 S. Federal Aye. . Phone 434 Wilson R. Warfield, Pioneer Des Moines Merchant, Dies at 81 DES'MOINSB, March 27. C9P) -Wilson R. Warfield, 81, pioneer wholesale merchant, died here today of cerebral hemmorrhage. He was one of the- organizers -of Warfield, Pratt, Howell and Company, wholesale grocers, in 1880. He was connected with the firm until it was sold recently to the Western Grocer - '- EASTER CANDIES AT VERY SPECIAL PRICES . . all What Plenty of Easier Candies.. . . Rabbits, Chickens, Eggs . sizes and kinds. Prices extra low . . . very special now. . · , a variety here and what low prices. SPECIAL TASTY LUNCHEON SERVED DAILY Rendezvous Confectionery Luncheonette 123 NORTH FEDERAL MASON CITY V Dignity singing. The'Dldlp family gave an accordion and harmonica number? The Grant township fun^makers gave "Simon Meet Simon. S. U. Leinbach made a short talk on 4-H clubs: . ' -. .' . Funeral services will be held at 3:30 p. m. tomorrow. · . ..- 'Godfrey Gives Facts About University in Algona Rotary Talk ALGONA, March 27.--In speaking before the local Rotary club, George Godfrey, member of the state board of education, described conditions of the State University of Iowa and told of hearings being conducted in connection with the investigation. Pointing out that the university has In 15 years grown from a §4,000,000 plant to an $18.000,000 institution, he showed that It has increased from 3,000 students to nearly 10,000,' Including the various branches of education. Last year 5,300 students came to the university''from: other 1 Institutions'-i( higher learning, he said, al the- the freshman class showed a de crease. Continuing Mr. Godfrey sale the university has one of the three class A medical colleges in the Unl ' ted States and that the hydraulic laboratory In the engineering schoo Is doing more important research than other similar groups in th country. Three government project In regard,to flood control are bein worked out in these laboratories. Mr. Godfrey said that If the investigation now at the university will do away with : petty · Jealousy and gossip it will be of some value regardless of the cost; Cornell Student Gets Fellowship at Johns Hopkins in Chemistry BALTIMORE, March 27. UP-James "Li. Nauman,, Mt, Vernon, Iowa, Cornell college student, and Harold C. Burman', Mitchell, S. Dak., Wesleyan .university student, have been awarded chemistry fellowships at John Hopkins university. Each. fellowship provides 51,000 a year for four years. Announcement was.made of the awards last night. Sites Considered for V Thompson Co-Op Station THOMPSON, March 27.--The committee named, at the meeting of the Co-operative Oil company composed of J. O. Osmundson, William Lundstrun, A. T Keil, N. K. Anderson and O3e Lockrem met with the directors of 'the Forest City Co' operative Oil company. Three locations along- the cut-off on Highway No. 9 were considered for a station. The committee is now at work to see if one of these'locations can be procured quickly so that building .operations can be gotten under way at once. PALMER JOHNSONw * MOTOR CO. ' A TM GENERAL REPAIRING -ALL MAKES . BOD'S WOBK GREASING EAKTOR'S BAKERYV * Home Baked Goods V -Fresh Every Day 331 South Federal Phone 222 "HE DRANK THE VINEGAR" . will be the theme of .Sunday afternoon's message afthe ALLIANCE GOSPEL TABERNACLE 616 North Delaware Avenue The Rev. J. W. Cooper, the Evangelist, Will Speak Meetings Friday and'Saturday, 8 P. M.--Sunday 3.and 8 P. M^ ·Mr. Cyrus Metcalf, prominent.businessman from Cedar-Rapids, who was-unable, to come Tuesday, will be here tonight- (Friday).to sing and lead singing. Sunday evening, the Rev. Frank Ward of the Sunshine mission in Cedar Rapfds, will be here with an orchestra The Rev. Mr. Ward and the Rev. Mr. Cooper will speak and the members of the orchestra will play, sing and testify. LOVE OFFERING SUNDAY EVENING FOB THE. REV. BIB. COOPER ^^·^^^^^·^^·^^^^·^^^^^·^···w^^-^-- You are itnnning into DANGER A statesman la a man who thinks B5 million Isn't much it It belongs to .others.--Akron (Ohio) Beacon- Journal, . . . .with axle .and wheels out of line I A few minutes' check-up with our BEAR SYSTEM shows exactly the cause, and we can fix it in a jiffy ,95 in the c»i-- COLD Tire scuffing, pitting, cup ping and gouging indicates steering out of line. Not only expensrre but dangerous. 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