Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on May 3, 1934 · Page 4
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 4

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, May 3, 1934
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TOUR MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE M A Y S 1934 FARM CONGRESS TO BE IN AMES 800 High School Students Expected at Sessions May 10 and 11. ' AMES. May 3.--Eight hundred high school students from the four corners of Iowa are expected to gather at Iowa State college, May 10 and -11 for the Iowa high school agricultural congress. The purpose of this congress is to assemble the high school agricultural students of Iowa for co-operative, educational and inspirational meetings. General meetings and achievement events make up the program. Veishea, the all-college exposition and open house of Iowa State, will be in progress during the days of the Iowa high school agricultural congress. Displays and exhibits prepared by students and representing every division of the college will be open to visitors. Will Test Achievement. Activities are provided in the 1934 congress to interest every Iowa high school agricultural student in the state. The boys may test their achievement in livestock judging and management, crops iudKin" and management, farm mechanics, farm forum discussions, farm management and agricultural demonstrations. The farm mechanics achievement work will test the ability of the boy to work with concrete, rope, wood, gas engines and to sharpen tools. In grading the finished piece emphasis will be placed' first, on the quality of workmanship, and second, on the time required to complete the job. Future Farmers to Meet. The Iowa Association of .Future Farmers of America will hold its annual convention during the 1934 congress. This organization wil confer several honorary degrees of "Iowa Farmer" upon outstanding members of the F. F. A. during their annual convention. A vocational guidance conference is scheduled for Friday afternoon, May 11. The purpose of this confess is to help high school students find the occupation for which they are best fitted. The annual Iowa high school agricultural banquet will be held Friday evening, May 11, as a climax to the two-day achievement work. At this time results in all events will be made public. Awards will be based upon the successful attainment of certain levels of achievement, and not upon competitive rankings. These levels of achievement will be set by the judges of the various tests, and any team or individual reaching that level will be given an honor certificate. Gratflin Will Speak. Dr. S. W. Grafflin of White Plains, N. Y., an ex-sea captain and Y. M. C. A. secretary, will be the banquet speaker. The banquet entertainment will consist of music and features furnished by Iowa high school students. Bequests or inquiries concerning the Iowa high school agricultural congress should be directed to Prof. A. H. Hausrath, Vocational Education department at Iowa State college, Ames. Two South Dakota Men Recover From Accident Injuries ORANGE CITY, May 3 UPI--Two Davis, S. Dak., men were recovering today in a hospital here from injuries suffered in an automobile accident four miles west of here in which six others suffered minor cuts and bruices. The Rev. Ted Manson and John Albert, both of Davis, are in Doornink hospital, the Rev. Mr. Manson suffering from a hack injury and Albert, a broken collar bone. The accident occurred yesterday at an intersection four miles west of here when a car driven by Fred W. Kortemeyer of Chancellor, S. Dak., in which the Rev. Mr. Manson and Albert were riding collided with a car in which Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bruxvoort of Chandler, Minn., and their small daughter were riding. The three South Dakota men were driving here to attend the Particular Classic of the Dutch Reform church. Winslow Body Is Brought to Northwood for Burial NORTHWOOD, May 3.--The body of F. E. Winslow, former Northwood resident, was brought tc Northwood Wednesday for burial from Northfield, Minn. Brief rites at the grave were conducted by the Rev William Crossley, pastor of the local Methodist church. Surviving are his wife, formerly Jennie Burgett of Northwood, and daughters, Bernice and Dorothy. You can't tell. The wicked little boy who played marbes for keeps grew up and married for keeps.-Dubuque Telegraph-Herald. DEALER IN IOWA PEARLS IOWA DAILY TRESS PHOTO W. H. C. Elwell of McGregor is shown seated at his desk examining a- fresh water pearl which he probably plans to send to a ^ °"f £ ion in far away India. Elwell is reported to be the largest dealer in fresli water pearls In the United States. ^^ Burglar Gets $5,000 Worth of Jewels in Greta Nissen's Home LONDON, May 3. (/P)--A well dressed burglar robbed the home of Greta Nissen, actress, of ?o,000 worth of jewels early today. A brother, awakened by the thief, fought the intruder until he broke away and escaped as the actress shouted "police, police;' Miss Nissen's home is near the fashionable Park Lane. She is appearing for the first time in England in a stage show, "Why Not Tonight," at the Palace theater. Progress is being made in highway construction in China. Cheney of Emerson New Head of Iowa State College Group AMES, May 3. ( / P ) -- H o r a c Cheney of Emerson today was an nounced as the new president of th agricultural council at Iowa Stat ccilege which governs student acti; itiis in the agricultural divisioi Other officers are Gerald. Seama of Guthrie Center, vice presiden Lindley Finch of Kidder, Mo., sec retary, and Vernon Ferguson o State Center, treasurer. Pilate took water and washed h hands. The modern way is to le the mob have the keys.--Lincolr Star. WILL STAMP OUT ILLEGAL LIQUOR : ederal Revenue Forces in Iowa Increased for Big Drive. ST. PAUL, May 3.. UP)--Federal evenue forces in Iowa have been ugmented for a concerted attack n large sources of illegal liquor, it vas learned today from S. B. Qvale.. ead of the industrial alcohol sec- ion for the division of which Iowa The number of agents in that tate is greater than at any previous irae this year. Qvale said, follow- no- recent additions of men to both he northern and southern divisions n Iowa. The federal forces are concentrat- uo- on stills, liquor traffic and con- ptracy cases, Qvale said, and are eaving the wiping out of speak- asies and the more local sources of llegal liquor to the local authorities n the various communities. Qvale was unwilling to give the exact number of men who have been added for the work in Iowa and it was indicated that further additions will he made in the near future. Legal sale of alcoholic beverages through state owned stores is expected 'to begin in Iowa about June 1 and the dry squads will seek to stamp out the larger sources of bootleg liquor before that time. The federal agents are scatterei in six or seven places throughou the state, Qvale said. . Man Burned to Death and Woman Seriously Burned in Hotel Fire KANSAS CITY, May 3, (iP-- One man was burned to death and a woman was Burned severely early today in a «re that destroyed the top floor of the three-story Wnght hotel, a rooming house. The victim was William J. Demp- seV' 30. Mrs. Katherine Stevenson, 43,'Dempsey's stepmother, received severe burns on both feet and arms when she attempted to rescue 5- year-old Lawrence Oliver, who with his father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. Chester Oliver, occupied a room next to Dempsey's. Firemen rescued the Olivers and six other occupants of the third floor. Commission Hearing of B a n c o r p oration Stock Sales Resumed ST. PAUL, May 3. OP)--The Minnesota state commerce commission oday resumed its hearing into sales of stock by the Northwest Bancor- loration, following a delay of three nontbs during which the hearing was halted by federal court proceed- ngs. J. Cameron Thomson of Minneapolis, president and general manager of Bancorporation, occupied :he stand during the morning. The questioning centered about a syndicate formed in December, 1929, 'or the purchase of approximately 70,000 shares of Bancp stock. The syndicate, termed a "pool" by W. E. C. Watson, commission attorney, allegedly was formed to manipulate Banco stock to hold it off the market and raise prices, according to charges filed with the commission by the state securities division. Lake Mills Seniors Will Give "Second Childhood" LAKE MILLS, May 3.--The se nior class will present a three act farce, "Second Childhood," at the high school auditorium May 31. Th. principal parts are being taken bj Benhart Werby, lona Thoe. Marjerj Sanvik, Marjorie Martinson, John Rovang, Irene Peterson, Walter In gebritson, Gayle Gaskill, Adelaid Harang, Charles Thomas and Ken neth Groe. DOROTHY DECKER WINS APPLAUSE 'resents Recital at Garner Woman's Club Guest Program. GARNER, May 3.--Dorothy Deck : r of Mason City, her accompanist, Agnes McCay.Slms, Dubuque and Mrs. Cecil Lewis, Britt, were featured guest night of the local Woman's club. Five big baskets of flowers urnished a fitting background for ,he charming personalities of the .tree artists. Mrs. Lewis read a poem by Edna Vincent Millay, a poem of Amy Lowell and a group of children's poems. Miss Decker's quality and range of voice with its freshness and her dramatic renditions captivated her audience which insisted on an eu- :ore in addition to the regular program. Miss Decker was accompanied by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jay E. Decker; Mrs. Dudley Decker, Mrs. Jacob E. Decker, Miss Gertrude Decker, Miss Betty Senneff, James S. Kelso, Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Dunlop Mrs. Joseph Smalley, Mr. and Mrs P McQuire of Mason City, Don Beecher of Cali Columbio, South America and William Baxter of Dallas, Texas. Go to State Contest. RICEVILLE, May 3,--Twenty-, our girls,' members of the high chool glee club, left for the music estival at Iowa. City Thursday orenoon. Seven local cars will drive the contestants down. The 'iris will compete in the class C contest which will be held in the Methodist church at Iowa City Friday morning. Statesmen can't see it, but the way to stop warfare is the way you stop a war. Just quit fig-hting.-- Fountain Inn Tribune. ROLLO SISSEL And the Rhythm Racketeers AT THE ARMORY SATURDAY, MAY 5 Pass Out Privileges NO CHANGE IN PRICE . . . Z5c QUICK STARTS OnOIMQ IflTSOFPOMR.. WITH ALL-WEATHER MOBILGAS! YES,MA'AM! THIS C L I M A T I C CONTROL MAKES 'EM RUN BETTER.\" 'YOU'RE RIGHT-I'VE BEEN USING MOBILGAS ALL WINTER!" HERE! Come it. and see it! L Mobilgas S UN SHINING. .. warm breezes blowing ... wouldn't it be grand if Spring were always like that? But your motor knows better. Chilly nights follow hot noons. Rainy Mondays come after bright Sundays. How can you expect a car to be its smooth, purring self these changeable days without Mobilgas in the tank? That's exactly the point about Mobilgas. It's made so it doesn't mind the weather. Changes in temperature, dampness, humidity have little effect upon its performance. It's the only gas you can buy that is pre- adjusted at the refinery for quick changes in weather--from hot to cold--dampness to dryness--sea level to mountain top. Right now, with Spring here, you have a chance to see how Climatic Control makes your car a star performer all year 'round. We think you'll like its power--like its pick-up--like its freedom from knocking. We know you'll like the ease of getting it--for there are Mobilgas dealers everywhere. Just look for the pump with the Mobilgas sign. That's the place where you get the all- weather gasoline and quick, courteous service from skilled men. White Eagle'Oil Corporation--a Socony-Vacuum company. CALLING ALL CARS I Spring's here... time to drain off Win ter-worn oil and refill with clean Summer MobUoil. While you're at it--ha?e the chassis lubricated with Summer Mobilgreases--and put Mobiloll "C"ln the transmission and differential. Mobilgas WITH CLIMATIC CONTROL ·*· certainly excitement around here these days. We've got those new Goodyear "G-3" -All-Weather Tires! The tires that stood up under punishment so tough that the test-car brakes frazzled in three days! And what a tire! It beats the non-skid mileage of the best previous Goodyears by 43%! It -keeps its safety grip twice as long as many well-known tires! No wonder we're excited. We can sell it at no extra cost. Come in and see what makes it so good! Here's what you get in Goodyear's new "G-3"! You get the brooder road contact of a flatter, wider All-Weather Tread. You get quicker-stopping and the greater road grip of n""" 6 non-skid blocks in the center. You get the easy steering and smooth travel of wider riding-ribs. You get the slow, even wear of closer- nested non-skid blocks and ribs. You get more rubber in the tread - an average of two pounds more per tire. -- all of which adds up to 43S MORE NON-SKID MIlEAGf ot no extra cost to you! JOE DANIELS HAS THE B A T T E R I E S Come in and See Them: 13 Plate E r c r e 15 Plate Exchanse 12 Volt Trice Exchange Price $3.95 $6.95 $7.95 They're Guaranteed and Priced to SAVE You Money! H i T E E A G L E s T A t.i o N s D D E A JOE DANIELS M \STER SERVICE STATION GOODYEAR WAREHOUSE Don't Cuss fi OO Corner First Street S. W. Don't Cuss |4gg Corner S n d s t N . li. and W- t'one Us . . . OOO and Washington Avenue Fonc Ls . . . mU A\e.--S. of ^en n

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