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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 7

Mason City, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 8, 1934
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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE SEVEN . , - , ^-- ,,.. . 1UA»UI\ ^111 UljVOH-U.n^"**" . __ _ _-- MAl 8 H iyo4 · __ -- ---- ~~ " ---- SENIOR CLASS ACTIVITIES WILL INCLUDE PLAY ON_MAY_11 ANNUAL BANQUET, SENIOR PICNIC ON SPRING SCHEDULE 'Pomander Walk' to Be Given by Class Under Direction of Ruth Irons. Senior class activities will be initiated wild the presentation of "Pomander Walk," class play, at the high school auditorium on the evening of May 11. In the final dramatic portrayal of the year, Miss Ruth Irons, director, plans to display one of the most magnificent seta c.ver seen at the local school. Leading roles in the senior drama are to be taken by Ardith Blackwell, June Gaylord, Louise Pierce, Ann Adell Johnson, Ed Woodward, Cedric Howell, Vergil, McKee and Walter Fitzpatrick. Next on the senior calendar is the junior-senior banquet, to be held, as in previous years, at the Hotel Hanford. Although the entire banquet program has not been announced, as yet, the entertainment committee promises the program will be of an unique type. For those seniors who have completed their work, school will be dismissed May 25. A heavy three day program which will conclude the senior activities is scheduled throughout May 27-29. Monday, May 2S, the annual senior picnic will be held. The site for this outing has not been determined, but it will probably be hek at State park. Clear Lake. Bob Burns is president of the sc nior class; George Tice, vice president and Enola Skram, secretary Miss Geraldine McNaughton is class adviser. Gives Address at Armstrong. FOREST CITY, May 8.--J. L Rendahl, president of Waldorf col lege, addressed the convention o the Women's Missionary Federatior at Armstrong Tuesday afternoon He spoke on "The Mission of Luth eran Higher Education." MASON CITY H. S. SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS 3 Persons Shot in ' Alabama Mine War · BIRMINGHAM, Ala, May 8. (-T)-- hree persons were shot and exten- ve property damage was caused y dynamiting early today and last ght in a wave of terrorism and Umidation sweeping Walker and efferson county mine fields. Officials of Soviet Russia believe the reduced output of footwear re- ently was because quality was :resSed instead of quantity. KOBEUT BURNS Class President GEORGE TICE Vice President ENOLA SKRAM Class Secretary Oppose Proposal to Post List of Vets Getting U. S. Help CEDAR RAPIDS, May 8. (.VI-Resolutions adopted today by the state convention of the disabled veterans of the World war. oppose a proposal that the government post in each locality a list of war veterans of that city or area receiving compensation and the nature of their disability. Continuance for life of the government's statutory award in tubercular cases also was asked by the convention. DCS Moines was selected for the 1935 convention. Pilotless I'lane Mystery. Germany is closely guarding its experiments with radio-controlled airplanes. It is reported that successful flights were made by a machine entirely without a crew, direction being entirely by radio. The tests were made under great secrecy, and officials refuse to divulge any information. . . . this important stage in your career by a large photograph of yourself. A large photograph, hand painted in oil, is a fitting tribute to the occasion. RUSSELL STUDIO Phone 2272 Baglcy-Bcch Bldg. High School Graduates of 1934 . . CONGRATULATIONS! NORTHWEST SAVINGS BANK MASON CITV; IOWA V AFFILIA7ED WJTH HOKTHWfST flAWCOfl/6ffA77fl* High School Graduates of 1934 . . . Congratulations and Best Wishes!^ We are proud of you! May a deserved success be -yours ... our hats are off to you. The Ideal American Laundry wishes you a life' well filled with the good things that come as a reward for work well done. Wherever you may go, here's hoping you will win! ITS PHONE IDEAL AMERICAN LAUNDRY "BE AN IDEAL AMERICAN CUSTOMER" Corner Washington and First Street S. W. ierring to Address Young Democrats' Club at Centervill DES MOINES, May S. I/W--Governor Herring will address the Young- Democrats' club at Center ville tomorrow night, he said today The governor planned to speak in Davenport Thursday and to atten" governor's day at the University o: [owa Saturday. GEKAUJINE McNAUGHTON Class Adviser Two Birthdays Celebrated. CLARKSVILLE, May 8. -- Mr and Mrs. Herman Rohlwing enter tained his father, Fred Rohlwing and Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Pulls at 3 dinner party to celebrate the men' seventy-third and seventy-fourth birthdays. StilT TO ENJOIN WALLACE FILED Chicago Dairies Seek to Block Enforcement of Milk Licensing. CHICAGO, May S. UP)--Suit to enjoin Secretary of Agriculture Henry A. Wallace from enforcing the Chicago milk licensing agreement was filed in U. S. district court today by four dairy concerns. The petition asks for a ruling that the agricultural adjustment act--under which the milk trade is regulated--is wholly or in part 'in- constitutional. It asks the federal court, furthermore, to prohibit | Elmer D. Hayes, local representative for the AAA, from removing the licenses of the four concerns at a hearing scheduled for tomorrow. The four complainants in the suit are the Edgewater Dairy company, Chicago, the Joliet Dairy Products company of Joliet, III, Anton Michalek and Joseph Wagner, Sr., both of Chicago. The four argue in the petition that since they deal entirely inside the boundaries of Illinois, the federal farm act cannot reach them. TAXRELDMEN Honored on Anniversary. BANCROFT, May 8.--Mr. an Mrs. N. E. Sheridan, who were married 40 years Sunday, were sur prised by 45 of their neighbors an old friends at their home. Care were played and Mrs. Eva Kenned and J. H. Sheridan won high score Makes Your Skin Look So Youthful Protect your skin with this new wonderful Face Powder and let MELLO-GLO give you that youthful bloom. Made by a new French process--stays on longer, prevents large pores, beautifies your complexion. Does' not irritate the skin or give a pasty look. Purest face powder made. Try MELLO-GLO and you'll love it. 50c and A GRADUATION GIFT ^ FOR THE YOUNG LADY THAT WILL LONG BE REMEMBERED The girl graduate will be popular with one of our permanent waves . . . Plenty of curls, adapted to her individual beauty . . . Modern styles . . . Reasonable prices. VA-PER MARCEL SHOP 200 NORTH FEDERAL BUILDING JEWELRY? The Gift Distinctive CAMEO RINGS For boys and girls. £(J [JQ GRADUATION CLOTHES Smart, new designs... Genuine stone necklaces, jades, Carnelian tfC f|A Amethyst «P3.W WRIST WATCH SPECIAL-FOR BOYS AND GIRLS 15 jewel for-- $18.50 and $27.50 WATCHES DIAMONDS 3 WEST STATE Cerro Gordo Is Included in i Terntory Assigned to \ Moser of Ames. I DES MOINES, May S. '.I')--Appointment of-23 field men to assist in the collection of the 2 per cent retail tax through out the state was announced today by Chairman Ray Murphy of the state board of assessment and review. The field men will work from One to six counties each. They will confer with, taxpayers, check delinquent taxes, address public meetings and otherwise assist in explaining details of the law and the board's regulations. The men will receive a salary of $1,680 a year and traveling, expenses. Appointments are Listed. The North Iowa appointments together with residences, addresses and the counties in which each will work follow: William P. Hardie, Spencer, Clay, Dickinson, Palo Alto, Bueiia Vista, Ernmot. A. H. Malcolm of Focahontas, Butler, Grundy, Black Hawk, Bremen B. R. Jones of Boone, Buchanan, Fayette, Clayton. D. W. Shelton of Clio, Mitchell, Floyd, Howard, Chickasaw. Wlnne shiek, Allamakec. Moser for Cerro Gordo. Edward J. Mullen of Fonda, Pocahontas, Calhoun, Humboldt, Carroll, Kossuth. John P. Barton of Fort Dodge Webster, Wright, Hancock, Hamilton, Winnebago. A. M. McColl of Woodward, Dallas, Guthrie, Boone, Greene. A. E. Moser of Ames, Story Hardin, Franklin, Cerro .Gordo Worth. CHAPMANS SPEAKING: Furniture For Every Home "or \Ve Congratulate .the 1931 Class of North Iowa High Schools and Wish Them Every Success Young Lady GRRDUHIC The Gift That Gives for Life LANE Cedar Chest Silver fox farming is to be intro duccd into Iceland. FREE this week only! Automatic Tray DON'T FORGET--NEXT SUNDAY, MAY 13, IS " M O T H E R ' S DAY" Chapman's Larger Stocks Afford You a Marvelous Selection For An Appropriate Gift for Mother \ Handy Automatic Tray given with this LANE Moth Prevention Week Special!!! MAY 5 to 12 Perfect Stcrlinjjworth styling . . . .super woolens and tailoring . . . worlds ol quality . . . the perfect clothes Cor grailua- tio-i . . . and for the clays after. COMPARE! I CHAPMAN 19-21 FIRST ST. S. E. MASON CITY Q U A L I T V · S E R V l C f · S A T I 5 - A C T I CM ABEL A T NUMBER S E V ( . M S O U T H f C D C R A L

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