The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on March 16, 1937 · Page 17
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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 17

Mason City, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 16, 1937
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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH 16 · 1937 SEVENTEEN Play Leading Roles in "The Vagabond King," High School Operetta Evelyn Thomas, senior members of the class of '37, is coach for the five dances to he given as part of the production of "Vagabond King" by 53 hoys and ffirls. Evelyn will appear in a solo dancn in the colorful "Taranlelle" assisted by nine KirJs. The other four dances are "Comedians Novelty," "Drink- Ing Chorus," "Adagio" and ."Huguette Waltz." SAYRE FUNERAL ON WEDNESDAY Members of Bar Will Be Pallbearers at Rites in Decorah. DECORAH--Franklin Sayre, 84, one of Winneshiek county's leading attorneys more than 40 years, died at his home on River street Sunday afternoon following a heart attack. He had been ill only one day. Funeral services will be held Wednesday afternoon in the Congregational church, with the Rev. Ralph Noyce officiating. Pallbearers will be members of the bar from Winneshiek county. The three judges o£ this district, H. E. Taylor o£ Waukon, W. L. Eichendorf of McGregor and T. H. Gohe en of Calmar, will be in attendance. Burial will be made in Cresco. Attorney Sayre was born in Peoria, 111. His mother was Annie Hibler, and his grandmother was Sarah Lydia Franklin, a niece oi Benjamin Franklin. His grand- lather, Daniel Hibler, was an immigrant who came to America and settled in Virginia about the middle of the eighteenth century. Franklin Sayre was educated in Miss Ellen Smith, supervisor of the vocal department in the Mason City high school, is directing the production of "The Vagabond King" by Rudolph Frimi; one for grade school children on Monday afternoon, two for students, parents and friends, Tuesday and Wednesday and the final performance for the teachers convention ou Fridaj evening. universities in both Illinois and Iowa", and was a member of the Iowa university law class of 1895. He was one of the five surviving members of that class, and one of the oldest o£ the alumni of the university. Folowing his graduation from law school he practiced in Cresco for three years before locating permanently in Decorah, coming here in 1895. He -was married in 1918 to Miss Clara Aminoff Blomciuist of Creseo, who survives. One daughter, Mrs. Ida- Morgan, by a former marriage, also survives. Omaha Cereal Mills . Occupied by Workers on Sit Down Strike OMAHA, (fP)--Day and night workers at the Miller cereal mills here occupied the plant Tuesday in a sit down strike. About 200 men are on strike, Jack Donohoe, employes' spokesman, said. Donohoe said the men would ask a general 10 cent an hour wage increase, one week's vacation with pay each year, and wage adjustments on a seniority basis. He indicated they also might request dismissal of plant Supt. Elmer Replogle. The men are not unionized, Donohoe said. Dick Ufford, in the role of -K Noel le Jolys and the master of the luinf, is supported by many beautiful ladies and handsome gentlemen in the second act of the operetta, "The Vagabond King." Dick is a junior and one of the members of the mixed charus and the boys' quartet who competed at the sub-district contest. Witnesses on Court Change Bill Have to Stand Own Expenses WASHINGTON, (ff)--Witnesses before the senate judiciary committee on the Roosevelt court bill are paying their own expenses. The committee has no authority to pay expenses of those coming to Washington to testify. Chairman Ashurst (D.-Ariz.) said scores of applicants had changed their minds when informed their expenses would not be paid. Labor Group Plans Office in St. Paul j WASHINGTON, (XP)--George L. I Berry, chairman of labor's non- I partisan league, announced Tuesday a regional office would be opened in St. Paul, Minn., to cooperate with farm organizations. Quality and Economy GREEN TEA ·408 Branagari Rites to Be Wednesday at Lawlei- LAWLER--Funeral services will be held Wednesday morning at Our Lady of Mount Carmel church for Patrick Branagan, 72, who died last Monday following an illness of one year. The Rev. John O'Don- neli, pastor, will officiate. For a half century he farmed in Chickasaw and Fayette counties. His .widow survives. · ""· Final Dividends Paid by Franklin State Bank HAMPTON--Final dividends totaling $11,177 were paid Saturday to depositors in'the closed Franklin County State bank. This represents 4.09 per cent of the trust certificates which represent 60 per cent of the total deposits. Forty per cent of the deposits were paid when the certificates were issued. A total of 19.09 per cent has been paid on the trust certificates. Banana exports from Jamaica are 22 per cent below last year. KCTTJAt. PHOTOGRAPH "1 Jf 7"E know we're going to step V V on a lot : of toes with this sensational challenge. But we feel it's our duty to the public to make it. We guarantee to convince you conclusively that this big superbly styled 1937 Studcbaker Dictator is a better car than any higher priced six. And more than that --we' 11 match th i s Di eta tor, even on alow cost basis, with any lower priced car because the Dictator's sounder, B I G 1 9 3 7 STUDEBAKER D I C T A T O R longer-lived construction plus its sensational Fram oil cleaner and gas-saving automatic overdrive will even up any apparent price difference1 It's styled inside and outside by famous Helen Dryden --and its beautifully air-curved lines glisten in a paint finish 12 coats deep! Sec it and drive it and you'll understand why we say no six in America can equal it. Studebaker's C. I. T. Budget Plan offers low time payments. NORTH IOWA MOTOR CO 520 North Federal Pioneers and Pacemakers W. E. TITUS, Brilt, Iowa K. II. MOTOR CO., Charles City, Iowa II. , O. MOTOR CO., Forest City, Iowa Phone 896 DOEBEL SERVICE GARAGE, Hanlontown, Iowa ELLINGSON MOTOR CO., St. Ansear, Iowa HEIKO STOHR SONS, Woden, Iowa "Winifred Storer, left, and Barbara Scott are cast in the double role of Hugette Du Hamel, in Friml's "The Vagabond King." Winifred is a member of the glee club and the mixed chorus, also she is a member of the girls' quartet. Barbara is also a member of these various groups under the voca! department of the local high school. 300 ATTEND ANNIVERSARY Mr. and Mrs. Knut Berg, Lake Mills, Celebrate 25th Year. LAKE MILLS--One of the largest silver wedding anniversaries :o be held In this vicinity was Sunday at thp Knut Bergo home east of town. Nearly 300 relatives and friends surprised them in honor of their silver wedding. Immediately following the Sun- Jay morning service, the Zion pas- ior and congregation went to the Bergo home for a dinner. The dining room was decorated in gold and rose. A program was given which included a talk by the pastor, the Rev. C. O. Helleckson, several musical numbers, by choir girls and the 4 year old twin daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Myhre. Mr. and Mrs. Bergo were married in Albert Lea, Minn., March 8, 1812. They have one daughter, Stella, and five sons, Orvin, Rudolph, Ernest, Glenn and John Thomas. They have lived on the same farm all the 25 years. porting any student to college vho resides outside the district. 85 to 6). ACTION ON BILLS IN STATE LEGISLATURE DES MOINES, (/P)--Bills in the Iowa legislature: · Introduced in the Senate. S. F. 383--By claims committee --Appropriating $75 to E. I. Mason of Brooklyn for" attorney lees. S. F. 384--By claims committee --Appropriating $81.89 to D. I Goeliring and others because of highway accidents. S. F. 385--By claims committee --Appropriating $525.11 to John Marth and. others because of highway accidents. S. F. 386--By claims committee --Appropriating $50 to pay physicians bills in accident resulting in the death of D. Myron Tripp. S. F. 387--By claims committee --Appropriating $552.72 to Pointer Brewing company and others for highway accidents. S. F. 388--By claims committee --Appropriating $15.67 to George W. Cox and Max King because of snow plow damage. S. F. 389--By claims committee --Appropriating $383.16 to Elizabeth Maaddam and others because of highway accidents. S. F. 390--By claims committee --Appropriating $15.25 to Ivan T. Schultz and Dr. Nellie T. Schultz of Humboldt for services in collis- sion. S. F. 391--By claims committee --Appropriating $104.68 to Harry R. Denton and others because oi highway accidents. S. F. 392--By insurance committee--Permitting i n s u r a n c e companies to invest state, municipal, public utility and federal government corporation securities. S. F. 393--By insurance committee--Providing securities filed by foreign insurance companies must be worth 1 2-3 the debl against them. Passed by Senate. S. F. 27--By levies--Including telephone service in fair trade practices act. (39 to 0). H. F. 61--By Hiekenloopcr-- Changing provisions on bus franchise elections. (41 to 0). S. F. 18--By Hoeven--Permitting divorce when spouse has been insane for five years and is pronounced incurable. (43 to 0). S. F. 59--By Donohuc--Provid- ing a $3,000,000 building program financed by state liquor store profits. (28 to 20). Passed by House. H. F. 105--By Shifflctt--Allow- ing filing of thresher's lien within 30 days instead of 10 days after service performed. (84 to 17). S. F. 125--By Dewey--Legalizing Mount Pleasant city council's approval of construction of $48,000 jail with federal aid. (88 to 0). S. F. 302--By Byers--Legalizing $80,000 bond issue /or new jail and police station at Cedar Rapids. (96 to 0). H. F. 57--By Peiscn--Bringing "commercial services" within the scope o£ the fdir practice act. (89 to 0). ' H. F. 182--By Brown--Prohibiting "miracle budgets" by De: Moines city council by limiting proposed expenditures. (82 to D) H. F. 104--By Morrow--Prohibiting school districts maintaining normal colleges from trans- Bill Parker plays the role of Louis XI in the operetta, "The Vagabond King," and he has the only all speaking role In the production which is to be given Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday evenings at the high school auditorium. Thomas Rye, senioE, has been cast in the role of The villain, Thibaut D'Aussierny, in the operetta, "The Vagabond King," written by Friml. and to be presented to the public this week. Tom is active in /ootbzll and is a member of the high school's mixed chorus. Art Fischbeck enacts the role of 'Oliver do Lain, the king's valet, in the high school operetta, "The Vagabond King." Art has been a member of the boys' s'ee club, the mixed chorus, and Radio club for the past two years. Pre-Easter Our Store and Basement is filled to the Ceiling with Spring Merchandise That Was Purchased for CASH Before Inventory While 1 Was in New York. Manufacturers at That Time Were Anxious for Business and CASH Forced Their Prices DOWN Below the Level of Manufacturers' Cost. AND NOW--I am Passing On to You the Large Saving I Made. WHY PAY MORE? YOU CAN BUY FOR LESS AT SAM'S! Men's Fine Easter HATS JUST ARRIVED! In the most beautiful shades a n d styles. Hundreds to choose from at amazingly low prices. They must be seen to be appreciated! PRICED SPECIAL For Pre-Easter Sale! $2.25 $2.98 All good hats, but carried over from last season. Closing °on! y '° $1.00 .ri $1.69 DRESS SHIRTS FOR MEN AND BOYS While in Nesv York I mode the most sensational buy of short lots in Dress Shirts! Latest spring patterns! About 85 dozen to choose from. We now offer them at these money-saving prices. $1.19 98c and 59c Buy Your Easter Shirt from Sam, and Save 20% to 30% on your purchase! Same in Boys' 39c to 87c Boys 9 Suits For Confirmation and EASTER WEAR With long pants or one long and one short. Plain dark blue or fancy colors . . . new plain or sport models. Specially priced for Easter Sale! Sizes 4 to 18. JUST RECEIVED! Our Spring Shipment of MEN'S and YOUNG MEN'S SUITS For Our Pre-Easter Sale! The last word in style for men! Beautiful all wool worsteds. Dork greys, browns, and blues. Checks, stripes and over-plaids. Snappy sport or plain backs. Single or double breasted! About 250 suits to choose from. You would expect to pay $30 for this fine quality. $ OUR PRICE 19 EXTRA PANTS $3.98 ANOTHER GREAT VALUE ALL WOOL SUITS For Men and Young Men. Come early for a choice selection. Values to $19.85. Special Sale Price. .85 A Complete Line of Topcoats at Special Prices. CLOTHING DEPT. ON BALCONY and $7.98 A fine quality of hard finished worsted. Well worth $15. A nice selection fo choose from. Sixes .. $10.95 Why Pay More? Welcome Teachers! SPECIAL VALUE-- MEN'S SUEDE LEATHER JACKETS Just the thing for snappy spring weather. Good quality brown suede leather, with leather collar, cuffs and knit bottom. Button style. Sateen lining in body and sleeves. Sizes 36 to 46 ALL LEATHER SUEDE JACKETS Regular Cossack style. Leather cuffs collar and bottoms. Talon zipper. Reg. $6 value. Only SHOES And furnishings for the entire family At MONEY-SAVING PRICES . . SHOP AT SAM'S. SPECIAL GROUP BOYS' SUITS Broken lots but practically all sizes included. About 50 suits to choose from. With long or short pants. Values to $8.50 WEAR ONLY GLOVE-SOFT SUPER-DURABLE iHOJ. HOBSEHEDB WOUK SHOES. NAILED LEATHER SOLES. Goodyear Wefts. AH Sizes and Widths $2.77 and $3.77 PHONE 434 SAM RAIZES 301 SOUTH FEDERAL _ DEPARTMENT STORE

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