The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on April 3, 1931 · Page 5
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April 3, 1931

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 5

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'APRIL 3 1931 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE Lou will never know how flexible and re'. sponsive your motor is until your tank is filled ·; with Phillips 66 -. : : the greater gasoline. That is a strong claim. The successful Phillips ':-.], organization could not afford to make it if this gasoline were not a sensational performer; Its controlled gravity of 65.3° to 69.6° is honest high test; Widiout extra cost; Convince yourself that Phillips 66 ia your tank means money ra your pocket, look for the . Orange and Black 66 shield; "HlGHESTTlST" af the price of ordinary gaso/ine CHARLES CITY NEWS MUSIC CONTEST WINNERS NAMED Osage Scores Heavily With Three First Places at Charles City. CHARLES CITY, April 3.--Osage scored heavily in the instrumental section of the subdistrict music contest held yesterday, postponed from test week on account of weather. In the four events in which Os'age appeared, three firsts went to its students and one second. Phyllis and Jean Hill, Osage twin performers on flute and clarinet, accounted for two firsts and Bruce Klngsbury took the other on the baritone euphonium. The Osage students were coached by Bruce Lybarger who in Vitality Vigor Guaranteed in 7 Days or No Pay Developed after years of research, a gland formula containing the Vitamins B, C and D, plus other in- predients makes an ideal gland stimulant.' Endorsed by the leading specialists of this and foreign countries such as Dr. William N. Boers- tier, Cleveland; Dr. C. Li. Nuchols of Baltimore; Dr. Roy J. Juhr of Chicago. This product will bring youthful energy to men and women approaching the maturer years of life. Purchase a package of VITA- LEX TABLETS today. You must be satisfied or your money will be refunded. At Brady Drug Co., 102 No. Federal, Phone 198. addition, to the home entrants also placed Allison Moore o£ St. Ansgar first in the -violin solo event. The winning schools are as follows: Piano solo--Clarksville, first; St. Ansgar, second; Charles City, third; Waverly, fourth. Tuba solo--Waverly, first; New Hampton, second; Nashua, third. Violin solo--St. Ansgar, first; Osage, second. Trombone solo--Rockford, first; Waverly, second; Charles City, third. Baritone euphonium--Osage, first; Charles City, second; Nashua, third; Allison, fourth. Flute solo--Osage, first; Charles City, second. Cornet and trumpet solo--Clarksville, first; New Hampton, second; Charles City, third. Clarinet solo--Osage, first; Nashua, second; Charles City, third. Band class C--Clarksville, first; Marble Rock, second; Shell Rock, third; Greene, fourth. Orchestra class C--Rockford, first; Clarksville, second. Band class B--Osage, first; Waverly, second. Third Meeting Held by Board; Protests Made to School Site ROBINSON GOES TO START TERM Man Who Claims He Killed Six lowans With Ax Disbelieved. DETROIT. April 3. (ff--LeRoy Robinson, alias George Meyers, who confessed a week ago that he killed six persons .with an ax in -Villlsca, Iowa, in 1912, was one of 13 prisoners taken to Michigan state prison at Jackson today. He Is under sentence of 14% to 15 years for burglary. Iowa authorities expressed doubt of the confessions and made no effort to obtain custody of Robinson. Proceedings to have tho man sentenced for life as a habitual .offender probably will be started later, local authorities stated. He is accused of conviction of five felonies. SATURDAY SPECIAL ONE DAY ONLY Pay only Down and 75 cents a week TTERE is the only cedar ehest ever built that offers ab- ·*-··- solute moth protection! In proof of this fact LANE now gives an Insurance Policy against moth damage free with each chest. To quickly introduce this sensational ne-w LANE Chest with its Free Insurance, we are offering fifty of them at half their true value. 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The members of the school board have twice refused to consider petitions signed by more than 1,200 persons who object to the college site as being impractical on account of the distance from the center of town; cost of paving, sidewalks, sower, filling in for parking space and wrecking old college building before any building can be done and also due to the fact that the city hospital is right across the street. The petitioners stated thru their attorney that as the old high school burned they wanted the new building on the old site for the reason it was centrally located and only u block from the gymnasium. V G. M. Wodtke, president of the board. Jet j it be known that there would be no change from their selection of the college hill. Bothered with Backache? Easter Program Is Given at Meeting of Charles City Lions CHARLES CITY, April 3.--A feature program centering about the usual observance of Good Friday was given at the Lions club yesterday at its noon luncneon, held on that day instead of its regular Friday noon meeting:. Thres appropriate selections were sung by Frank. Taylor during the program, Mrs. Fred Spear at the piano and an illustrated talk dealing with the last days of the life of Christ was given by Cub T. Anderson. During the business meeting Paul Auringer, vocational agriculture instructor, called attention to the slash by the state senate of appropriations, completely abandoning vocational instruction In state high schools, and .a resolution was" adopted by the club protesting the action of the senate. Guests of the day were a memtitr of the architect firm of Jacobson and Jacobson, H. L. Lockwood, Carl Hauser, Dana Spear and Mrs. Fred Spear. W. B. Johnson was chairman of the program hour. Several Charles City Women Attend P.T. A. Roundtable Sessions CHAHLES CITY, April 3.-Among those who attended the Northeast District P. T. A. roundtable at Cedar Falls yesterday were Mrs. Carl Magdsick, state recording secretary, Mrs. Donald Scovel, Floyd county president, Mrs. George Blake, past president, Mrs. John Petry, president of Central P. T. A., Mrs. William Hartkopp and Mrs. Charles Katcher, president and past president of a rural P. T. A. in Cedar township^ Mrs. Magdsick gave a school of instruction at 10:30 in the morning following the business meeting in charge of Mrs. Roy Smith, district chairman. Other speakers were Mrs. R. French of Dubuque, Prof. H. L. Ells of Cedar Falls and Newell Edson of New York. Luncheon was served in the women's clubhouse where the meetings were held. Mrs. Blake was appointed a member of the nominating committee for the fall meeting to Be held in Dubuque. CHARLES CITY BRIEFS CHARLES CITY, April 3.--Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jansick returned home yesterday after spending the winter in California. The business houses will be closed from 12 to 3 o'clock today in observance of Good Friday. Principal J. H. Trefz announced the safe that was in the high school firo had been opened and records of students from 1869 were safe. Until a year ago records had been kept in a filing case. Goldfield Resident to Be Air Transport Pilot GOLDFIELD, April 3.--Sidney and Ralph Cleveland went to Kan- aaa City, Mo., .where the former took an examination whicn entitles him to the highest rank as a pilot. He has accepted a position as a pilot for an air transport company with headquarters in Chicago. He expects to leave soon to take up his new duties. A Bad Back May Warn of Disordered kidneys. If miserable with backache bladder irritations and getting up at night, don't take chances! Help your kidneys at the first signof disorders UseDoan'sPilis. 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