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March 16, 1937

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 11

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.MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH 16 · 1937 ELEVEN Co-Operation Vital in Success of REA Says Paul V. Mather CLARION--Success in the operation o£ any REA co-operative depends primarily on the efficiency and intelligent co-operation of the organization's managers, directors and consumer-members, declares Paul V. Mather, president o£ the Wright county co-operative. Himself one of the most energetic organizers and supporters o£ rural electrification activity in North Iowa, Mr. Mather "practices what he preaches" because he believes the fate o£ any co-operative --electrical or otherwise--lies in the hands of the men who supervise it. While attending the rural electric inspectors short course at Iowa State college, Ames, Mr. Mather not only emphasized his belief in strong organization managment, but pointed out the importance of a successful start. "A good beginning," he declared, "is pretty close to half the race. And if an organization, co-operative or otherwise gets off to a bad start, it must work twice as hard to overcome that handicap." As head of the Wright county co-operative, which has joined a federation of five counties to obtain current from a co-operative generating plant, Mr. Mather has had close contact ·with HEA activities. He is an enthusiast, almost a "fan" in regard to the rural electrification program. "The need for electricity on the farm," he said, " is growing rapidly. Now it is available to the farmer if he will only signify his intention to use it when energy is provided." Two Fined at Algona. ALGONA--Anker Larson, AI- gona, appeared before Delia Welter, justice of the peace, Saturday, and pleaded guilty to false making and uttering of bad checks. He was fined $5 and costs. Joe Ricker, Algona, also paid a $3 fine in the same court for failing to stop at a stop sign on the public highway. John Radamaker, Titonka, was taken before the sanity commission and commended to the institution at Cherokee by Sheriff Casey Loss Saturday. Will Tell of Travels. RUED--Dr. Frank W. Court will bring his own moving picture machine and will give his personal experience in world travel Sunday evening, March 21, at the M. E. church, beginning at 7:30 o'clock. Showing of "The Vagabond King" for Teachers Friday Evening Miss Mary Sherman, insiruc- -K tor of history in the local high .school, is dramatic coach assisting Miss Ellen Smith in Friml's production of "The Vagabond King." Members of (he cast who lead in speaking roles include BUI Parker as Louis XI, with Ed Hunter as Tristan, his bodyguard, and Art Fischbeck as Oliver. Bob Hampton and Stanley Riyeual are double cast as Francois Villon, king of the vagabonds, who play opposite Ruth Dougall and Faythe Noltercieke as Katuerine de Vaucelles. Grace Ann Chenowelh and Ruth Anderson are cast as Margot, an all speaking role, while Barbara Scott anil Winifred Store as Hugettc, Lester Koycc as Guy Tatarie is the comedian of the operetta. 91st, 80th Birthdays Are Celebrated at Dows DOWS--Mrs. Helen Frost celebrated her ninety-first birthday Monday. Will Trowbridge celebrated his eightieth birthday Sunday but was not well enought to attend services at the Methodist church and sing a solo as planned. Mrs. E. D. Graepler had a birthday Tuesday. About 15 of hex- friends gathered in to surprise her in the afternoon. Visit in Primghar. CORWITH--Mr. and Mrs. "Fay Scase spent the week-end with their daughters, Mrs. H. M. Cook and Mrs. W. H. Boylan at Primghar and L.e Mars. . . . After all there's nothing like good BUTTER BUTTER MAKES THE WHOLE MEAL BETTER m Study Lamp Special! Attractive FLOOR MODEL I. E. S. 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Ruth, soprano winner in the local vocal contcsl held Feb. 13 and a member of both the winning 1 girls' sextet and mixed group n Ihe contest which led up lo Ihe sub-district at Britt, is also soloist for the mixed chorus and president of the girls' glee club. Faythe, soprano soloist in both the mixed chorus and the girls' dee club, was also a member of the winning; girls' sextet, which competed in the sub-district meet at Britl. Faythe has merited an 7' in the vocal department and has participated in all the operettas during her three years in high school.. Besides being a member of the.local Badio club she belongs to lite Hi-Tri. Soft, Wide Shoulder Line GLOBE-GAZETEE PEERLESS 15 CENT PATTERN 160 Fifth Avenue, New York City By DIANA DAY road Shouldered Frock Has Slenderizing Waist Line; Attractive for Spring Wardrobe. You'll want to throw your coat off your shoulders at tea or cocktails in this charming bright sheer afternoon dress. It will make you look slim, youthful and smart. The dainty feminine-snowy white lingerie organdie surplice vestee attracts attention to the becoming lower V- neckline. Soft shirred shoulders make the waistline seem incredibly smaller than it really is. The flared skirt is gracefully full. Even if it is your first attempt at sewing, you needn't hesitate a moment. The fronts and back o£ the bodice with kimono type sleeves are simply shirred to the shoulder yoke. A detailed sewing chart accompanies the pattern. Plain or crepe silk print would also be a nice choice. Style No. 3303 is designed for sizes 14, 1C, 18, 20 years, 32, 34, 36, 38, 40, 42, 44, 4G and 48 inches bust. Size 3fi requires 3 Mi yards ol 39 inch material with V? yard of 18 inch contrasting. Send fifteen cents (15c), (coin is prefered) for pattern. Write plainly 3'our name, address and style number. Be sure to state size you wish. The spring fashion magazine is full of fashions for you and yoiu family. The price is only 10 cents a copy. You will find it oC tremendous help in selecting youi new cruise clothes, your spring outfit, and your early summer cottons. You have only to study yourself and take your choice, for there is a flattering silhouette for every type and figure among the ne\A models. Book costs 10 cents. Sent for it today. Book and pattern together, 25 cents. Do not send to Mason City, bu address Globe-Gazette Pattern department, 160 Fifth avenue, New York City. Andrew Moe, Formerly of St. Ansgar, Is Dead ST. ANSGAR--Word was received of the death of Andrew Moe of Seattle, Wash. Mr. Moe resided here a number of years ago and is a brother of Martin and Sam O. Moe, Mrs. William Lange, Mrs. Ole Thorson and Miss Anna Moe. Burial will bo made at Seattle. Small New Hamiltons New Low Prices $42.50 to $50 Terms if Desired WATCHES DIAMONDS 3 WEST STATE 4 Candidates File for Hampton Office HAMPTON -- Councilman-al- large will be the only office contested in the city election Marc! 29, Candidates for that office an W. A. Connor, incumbent, and E Y. Crom on the indcpenden ticket, Harry Marsh · on the peo pies ticket and Howard Bolts on the citizens ticket. Other candi dates on the independent tieke are J. Sikkema, mayor; W. F Sampson, assessor; Fred P. Keepf treasurer; Earl Ferris and Lavine Jones, park commissioners; T. C Argent, first ward councilman; R H. Boehmler, second ward coun oilman; C. L. Bredt, third wan councilman, and Ben G. Walsh fourth ward councilman. Saturday was the final date for filing. Uliss iWarjorie Smith, director of strings in the high school orchestra, will direct the theater orchestra for the production of "The Vagabond King-." The members of the orchestra totaling 30 include: Violins. Evlyn Cheesman, Evelyn Schmail, Carllon Itohr, Geraldine Kics- ter, Claire Bemis, Ellen Betty Christensen, Lois Wilson, Bob 1'ctcrs, Don Wannamaker, Bob Lein, Ruth NcclinffS, Mary .lane Thome; violas, Jessie May Fierce and Mary Paulos; cellos, Jean Sliefflcr, Dorothy Flarup, Ruth Stokes and Nancy Bowen; clarinets, Fred O'Grcen and Merrill Milligan; nule, Char- lecn Horn; oboe, Iloslyn Kopecky; bassoon, Doris Garvey,! French horn. Jack Weir; cor,- nel, James Brown; trombone, Howard Dresser; drums, Dorn- they O'Hearn; basses, Marian Gustafson and Margcrite Kern. Bob Hampton, senior, left, and Stan Kivediil, junior, arc cast as Francois Villon, king of the vagabonds, in "The Vagabond King." Bob placed second in the baritone-bass section of the local conlcst and is a member of the winning boys' quartet. He Is president of the M. C. It. S. Radio, club, soloist'for the mixed chorus and a member of the Boys' Glee club. He hail a leading role in ihe opcrclta, "Prince of Filsen," in his junior year. Besides being active in the vocal deparlment Bob is also a member of the Commercial, American, and Hi-Y clubs.. Bob has merited an "iU" in the vocal department and has had a part in all the operettas during his four years in high school. Stan, better known as "Swede," has been a member ot the boys' fflee club for three years and of the mixed chorus for two years. He is assistant electrician of the stage crew and on the makeup staff. Besides' taking part in high school operellas, he appeared in all high school play, "Growing Pains," when a [reshman, "Swede's" favorite form of recreation is erolf. D rivate Citizen Has No Right to Obtain Liquor Injunction DES MOINES, (IP)--The Iowa supreme court held Tuesday that d "private citizen" cannot bring suit for a liquor Injunction. Its ruling reversed.a Woodhury counly dislricl courl decision it-anting an injunclion against D. T. Caine, "who operates a lunchroom and beei' parlor in Sioux City, Iowa." The injunction suit was started M. L. Doebloy. The court held thai the Iowa liquor law placed "Ihe responsibility of enforcement" on counly attorneys," whereas before enactment of the law a private citizen could bring such suits. TVA Co-Operators Will Meet in 'Charles City CHARLES CITY--A'mceting of the TVA co-operators in Floyd county will bo held in the Farm Bureau office Thursday starting at 10 a. m. Howard Klinetop ol Charles City and v E. S. Dyas of the extension service at Ames wil meet with the co-operators for instructions on the use o£ the farm record book and methods o£ application of the phosphate fertilizer Last Bay Crowd. DES MOINES, (/P)--More thai 2,500 pei-spns crowded in lines before Ihe internal revenue collectors' windows here to file fedora income tax returns on the fina Monday deadline. Rheumatic Condition; If you suffer from rheumatism, constipation or rectr trouble, don't suffer longer Recovery is now possible. -A post card will reveal to you without cost or obligation jus how you, too, may get wel this non-medical revolutionary way. Address Victoria Sanatorium, (Ball Health School) Col fax, Iowa. Plymouth Winners in Amateur Contest Named ' PLYMOUTH -- Nearly $20 was taken in at the amateur contest, sponsored by the American Legion in the school auditorium Friday evening. Winners in the senior division were the Hillbillies, first; Willford and Ormsby, second; and the juniors, Miss Scarrow, first, and Miss Mallow, second. Succumbs in California. GARNER--Word hns been received here by relatives telling of the death of Lester Tierney, 41, at Veterans' hospital, Livermore, Cal., Friday. He was a World war veteran and son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Martin Tierney. He attended Garner schools. He was a nephew of Mrs. Frank W. Zieger, Mrs. J. E. Tierney and Mrs. Charles Bailey, Tales Quits W. O. W. OMAHA, Nebr., f/Pj--President De Emmett Bradshnw of the Woodmen of the World Life Insurance association of Omaha announced the resignation of John T. Yates, 80, as national secretary of the order, and the appointment of Farrar Newberry to succeed him. · T ' Easter Beauty Aids Your hair, your skin, your hands . . . all must be perfectly groomed to complement your beauty this spring. That means expert attention to every detail . . . a wave in harmony with the spring mode . . . a manicure that will do justice to your Easter Ensemble . . . a complexion that gives no hint of being winter- worn! You'll find these aids at DAMON'S BEAUTY SHOP now! PHONE 143 Changes Announced in Associated Press Staff at Des Moines DBS MOINES, (fP)--T. M. Metzer, chiel of the Iowa bureau of 10 A s s o c i a t e d Press at Des loines, Tuesday announced the ·ansfer of Gail W. Churchill to ic general staff of the press ssociation in New York City, and thcr staff changes in the DCS loines offices. Succeeding him on the Iowa Associated Press staff will be Seorge S. Mills who has directed eu r s work of the Iowa Daily 3 ress association for the past two ears, and has a wide knowledge £ Iowa affairs. Mills joins the \ssociated Press Monday, March 2. Other changes include the ap- jointment of Waldo W. Wiese, managing editor of the Carroll Daily Herald, and formerly of the staff of the Sioux City Journal, and John H. Chapman to the Des Moines Associated Press bureau. Chapman comes to the press association from the Register-Tribune. Travis to Head S. U. I. Psychology Department IOWA CITY, (/P) -- President Eugene A. Gilmore announced that Prof. Lee E. Travis will head the University of Iowa psychology department, effective July 1. Professor Travis will succeed Denn Emeritus Carl E. Seashore, acting department head, who will continue as research professor in psychology. Who won the strike? Ah, yes, and who won the war?--Detroit Free Press. Miss Odelle Stoddanl, senior member of the class of 1037, plays the accompaniment for all four productions oC Friml's "The Vagabond King." Odette also accompanies the girls' glee club. lu addition to her present work for the operetta, Odelle has served for radio groups and accompanied the girls' glee club Saturday when it appeared in cnnlcsl She also plays for many vocal soloists and has accompanied the second hour vocal class during the school yeur. Odette, a piano student of Miss Ellen Smith, placed second ill the local piano contest. She plans to attend a school of music nexl year. Dorothy Swifl and Lorraine Edwards are assisting her by playing when Odette lias to be reciting her major subjects. (Wright Photo) Howell, Armstrong, Who Died Suddenly, Buried ARMSTRONG--Ernest Howell,' long time resident of Iowa Lake township near Armstrong suffered a heart attack in front of the Armstrong postoffice. He was carried to the physician's office here but died before medical assistance could be obtained. Funeral services were held Sunday at 2 p. m. at his home at lo'wa Lake. Burial was in the Armstrong cemetery. Mr. Hosvell, 69, came from Lincolnshire, England, with his parents in early pioneer days of Emmet county. He leaves his wife, one sister, Mrs. Amy Kingston of Armstrong, and one brother, Henry Howell. BESURlOf No gu«sine about Safoiy Zona foml-kcepinc with the Fowl Safety Indicator! Never a doubt of f spendable refr'iRCrnlion with th« Full-Powered, Scnlcd-in Umlt HEALTH Triple Storage Comportment... Built-in Crisping Pan, Dniry Bna- ket, and Utility B a s k e t w i t h Tooled Satin-finish O 623 Kitchen tests in 89 Home Proving Kitchens certify perfect food protection DAYS beyond any average rcquircmentl Dependable protection -- Qgrunst growth of disease -causing bacteria. Money-saving protection -- against costly spoilage. Down in the steaming tropics at Bclcm, Brozil ·--- the health authorities certified thnt the 1937 Wcstinghousc maintained perfect food protection. Best of all, the Economizer Unit operated less than ht~S the time! TriplcFoas! 5;wer Set...Three cove r e d o n c - f i n a r t containers of blue v i t r i f i e d c l i i n x o v e n w n r c , f o r l e f t o v e r ! -- on You'll Be Interested in Our Easy Terms! Phone 17 for Evening Appointment MASON CITY, IOWA DISTRIBUTORS FOR CLEAR LAKE--MANLY--NORA SPRINGS

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