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May 8, 1934

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 9

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MAY 5 wm 1934 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE NINE HUNDREDS OF NORTH IOWA STUDENTS WILL GET DIPLOMAS GRADUATES FROM HIGH SCHOOLS TO HEAR ADDRESSES Sermons Are Also Planned as Communities Honor Diploma Winners. Hundreds of students in North Iowa this spring will r e c e i v e their diplomas for having completed their high school courses. Class plays, banquets, picnics are also in the schedule of senior class activities. Men and women prominent in educational and practical walks of life will speak to these students, who are being honored in their communities. Commencement sermons have also been arranged, fitted particularly to the needs of youth. In addition to the high school students who will be graduated in North Iowa and Southern Minnesota, many grade schools and county school boards are arranging programs for pupils who will complete their eighth grade courses. Exercises are Listed. Included in commencement exercises arranged in North Iowa and Southern Minnesota are the following: Algona--George F. Kay, dean of the college of liberal arts at the State University of Iowa, will give the commencement address May 29. Egyptian Oil Permanents Cool, comfortable and lasting waves . . . get yours now and enjoy it Also all other standard waves. Le Moderne Beautj r Studio PHONE 3011 213 North Federal Ave. AMONG SPEAKERS AT COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES DK. EDWARD A. STEINER Professor, Grinnell DR. D. W. MOKEHOUSE Drake U President A. C. FULLER Extension Head, I. S. I. C. DR. A. E. BENNETT U. I. TJ. President J. L. BENDAHL Waldorf President EDWARD H. LAUEK U Athletic Director AGNES SAMUELSON State Superintendent The Rev. M. A. Spostrand, pastor of First Lutheran church at Algona, to give sermon May 27. Osage--The Rev. A. Raymond Grant, pastor of Duluth, Minn., Methodist church, to give address June 1. Commencement sermon May 27 by the Rev. T. P. Solera, pastor of Osage Lutheran church. New Hampton--Dr. H. A. Riebe, professor of education at Iowa State Teachers college, to give address May 24. Commencement sermon May 20. Buffalo Center--Jacob A. Swisher, State University of Iowa research associate, to give address May 31. Commencement sermon by the Rev. W. R. Everts of Buffalo Center. Kensett--The Rev. Thomas P. Shaffer of Waterloo to give address May 16. Sermon May 13 by the Rev. W. Crossley of Northwood. Ensign to Speak. Northwood--Forrest C. Ensign, professor in State University of Iowa college of education, to give address May 24. Commencement sermon May 20 by the Rev. William Crossley of Northwood. Mitchell--The Rev. J. E. DeLong, Nora Springs, to give address May 25. Sermon May 20 by the Rev. E. E. Anderson of Mitchell community church. Bancroft--Ole Naglestead. Sioux Congratulations: TO THE GRADUATING CLASS OF 1934 As you go through life, more than ever you will realize that personal appearance plays a big part in anyone's success. This part is our business. Producing Quality That Commands Respect. PHONE 600 LYONS LAUNDERERS AND DRY CLEANERS 1934 High School Graduating Class of This Community We wish you health, happiness and success in life. Whether you go west or east--south or north--you have our very best wishes. First National Bank .MASON CITY. IOWA Affiliated with Northwest Bancorporation City, to give address May 24. Sermon May 20 by the Rev. E. Brydeu of Bancroft. Rockwell -- Commencement program and class day exercises combined on May 17. Burt--Address May 21 by Prof. Clay Harshbarger of the speech department, University of Iowa. Sermon May 13 by the Rev. C. B. Mitchell, Burt M. E. pastor. Geneva--The Rev. A. Raymond rant of Duluth to give address May 30. Sermon May 27 by the Rev. C. W. Cleveland, Geneva M. B. pastor. Armstrong--Frank Miles, editor of Iowa Legionaire, to give address May 21. Sermon May 20. Clarion ·-- Commencement exercises May 24. Sermon May 20 by the Rev. H. 0- Spellman of Clarion. Will Hear Grafflin. Eagle Grove--Dr. Samuel W. Grafflin of White Plains, N. Y., to give address May 28. Sermon May I 27 by the Rev. Albert Kilbourne of Eagle Grove. Ionia--Commencement exercises May 31. Sermon May 27 by the Rev. Mr. Halbert of Ionia. West Union--Dr. Edward A. Steiner, professor of applied Christianity at Grinnell college, to give address May 25. Sermon by the Rev. Hugo Lutz May 20. HUGHS 3 South Federal Ave. r GLORIFY YOUR MOTHER with a NEW HAT for MOTHER'S DAY Nothing so appropriate. Nothing so practical. Nothing more welcome Here you will find hundreds to select from, in every head size. Both in youthful and matron styles and priced within your means. SAMPLE SPRING HATS Values to $2.98 Please let us remind you that we carry WEDDING VEILS Tf we haven't just what you want, we can get it for you WEDDING VEILS WEDDING CAPS made to your order Rudd--Address by Forrest C. Ensign of Iowa university May 23. Sermon May 20 by the Rev.- H. F. Mercer, Rudd M. E. pastor. Rock Falls--Dr. H. A. Riebe of Iowa State Teachers college to give address May 16. Sermon was given May 3 by the Rev. Thias Collister of Plymouth. Marble Rock--Commencement exercises May 24. Sermon May 20 by the Rev. G. C. Foster of Marble Rock Baptist church. Forest City--Address --June 1 by E. G. Dunn of Mason City. Sermon May 27 by the Rev. H. O. Ward. Lime Springs--Address May 31 by Madam Beyea. Sermon by the Rev. Lewis Jones, Lime Springe Presbyterian pastor. Lakota--Dr. Edward A. Steiner of Grinnell college to give address May 16. Sermon by the Rev. A^ F. Boese, Lutheran pastor, on May 13. Fenton--W. R. Hamilton of Mason City to give address May 22. Sermon May 20 by the Rev. J. T. Snyder of Fenton, Fenton M. E. pastor. Goldfield--The Rev. Albert Kilbourne of Eagle Grove to give address May 18. Sermon by Mrs. Ira D. Halvorsen of Goldfield. Storehouse on Program. Hampton--Dr. D. W. Morehouse, president of Drake University, to give address May 31. Sermon by the Rev. C. W. Cleworth May 27. Dumont--D. D. Needham of Des Moines to give address May 24. Dr. H. M. Tipaword, Dumont U. B. pastor, to give sermon. Dows--Bruce Gates, Waterloo, to give address May 24. Sermon May 20 by the Rev. R. A. Brough. Elma--Bruce E. Mahan, director of Iowa University extension service, to give address June 1. St. Ansgar--Members of class to participate and Supt. H. F. Risse to give address May 23. Sermon May 20 by the Rev. M. W. McKinley. LeRoy, Minn.--Exercises May 31 in charge of students. Waucoma--Address by the Rev. Mr. Sandrock of St. John's Lutheran church, Dubuque, on May 25. Renwick--W.. R. Hamilton of Mason City to speak May IS. Sermon May 13 by the Rev. Lawrence Sohl. Grafton--Supt. H. F. Risse to give address May 24. Sermon by the Rev. Carl Landdeck May 20. Orchard--Address May 24 by the Rev. T. P. Solem of Osage. Sermon May 27 by the Rev. P. J. Smith. Alexander--The Rev. Mr. Buthman, M. E. pastor, to give address May 23. Sermon May 20 by the Rev. J. B. Frericks, Alexander reformed church pastor. Lawler--Bruce F. Gates of Waterloo to give address May 23. Lake Mills--A. C. Fuller head of extension department of Iowa State Teachers college to give address New! SUMMER DRESSES Starting Tomorrow! IACKFTS tf flvlVJU I U · . .To match the frock or to contrast strikingly. Short, three- quarter and swagger lengths. . COLORS.,. Exquisite pastels . .. maize, flesh, white or blue. Colorful prints. Smart navys. FOR EVERY OCCASION.. Graduation, Banquet, Sports, Afternoon, Business, Dinner, Street and for Evening Wear. 3 South Federal Ave. June 1. Sermon May 27 by the Rev. 0. R. Sletten. Steiner Is Scheduled. Swea City--Dr. Edward A. Steiner, Grinnell college, to give address May 17. Sermon on May 13 by the Rev. G. R. Siemens. Goodell--The Rev. A. S. Kilbourne of Eagle Grove to give address May 22. Sermon May 20 by the Rev. Harry Hcrlein, Goodell U. B. pastor. Alta Vista--Address May 21 by W. R. Hamilton of Mason City. Sermon May 20 by the Rev. A. F. Karsten of Alta Vista, Zion Lutheran pastor. Nora Springs--The Rev. C. J. Buehler of Rockford to give address May 24. Sermon May 20 by the Rev. C. A. Burkhart. Manly--C. H. Gciger. dean of men at Coe college, to give address May 24. Sermon May 20 by the Rev. Karl Rust of United Evangelical church. Ringsted--Professor Thornton of Iowa university to give address May IS. Sermon May 13 by the Rev. S. Stub. Crystal Lake--Dr. Thomas Lut- mari, Humboldt, to give address May 17. Sermon May 13 by the Rev. J. Hutchings. Hansell--Agnes Samuelson, state superintendent of education, heard May 6 at Hansell high exercises. Garner--W. R. Hamilton of Mason City to give address May 23 Sermon May 20 by the Rev. Ernest Hoon, Garner M. E. pastor. Carpenter--Address May 17 b; W. Earl Hall of Mason City. Sermon May 13 by the Rev. W. M. McKin Jry, St. Ansgar. Trowbridge Will Speak. Riceville--Dr. A. C. Trowbridge professor of geology, State University of Iowa, to give address June 1 Sermon May 27 by the Rev. F. F Bodenham. Calmar--Dale D. Welch of Dubuque to give address May 25. Sermon May 20 by the Rev. A. S Peikert. Chapln--The Rev. C. W. Cle- ·H-orth of Hampton to give address May 24. Sermon May 20 by the Rev A. R. Grant of Chapin. Hayfield--The Rev. W. B. Milne of Clear Lake to give address May 23. Sermon to class on May 20. Rake--Prof. Staniy Oleson o; Forest City to give address May 23 Sermon May 20 by the Rev. T. H Benson. Ledyard--R. E. O'Brian, presiden of Morningside college, to give address May 17. Sermon May 13 by the Rev. Mr. Johnson, M. E. pastor Whittemore, St. Michael's acad emy--Exercises, sermon by Fathe Veit on May 27. Charles City, Immaculate Concep tion academy--Exercises, sermon bj the Very Rev. W. J. Convery on June 3. Bancroft, St. John's academy-Commencement exercises on Jun 3 and sermon by the Rev. Robert J Quirni of Rockwell City. Stacyville, Visitation academy-Graduation to be held June 10. Ser mon by the Rev. Joseph P. Martin pastor of Sacred Heart church a' Osage. Belmond--Edward H. Lauer, di rector of athletics at State Univer sity of Iowa, to give address May 31. Sermon May 27 by the Rev. J. C. Buthman, Belmond M. E. pastor, rainier on Program. Floyd--King R. Palmer, West Union, to give address May 23. Sermon May 20 by the Rev. Alfred Christensen, Floyd M. E. pastor. Nashua--Seven members of graduating class to give commencement program June 1. Sermon May 27 by the Rev. William Kent. Allison--Judge S. A. Clock of Hampton to give address May 24. Sermon May 20 by the Rev. W. C. Nassen. Kanawha--J. L. Rendahl. president of Waldorf college, to give address May 24. Sermon May 20 by the Rev. E. A. Briggs. Fertile--Stanley Oleson of Waldorf college to speak May 24. Sermon May 22 by the Rev. H. E. Oakland. Joice--Address by E. G. Dunn of Mason City on May 16. Sermon by the Rev. L. F. Scheie May 13. Greene--Address by Irving S. Hart of extension department, Iowa Teachers' college, June 1. Sermon by the Rev. Lloyd A. Gustafson. M. E. pastor, on May 27. Charles City--Commencement ex! ercises will be held June 1. i Thornton--The Rev. George K. navies of .Mason City to give address May 25. Sermon May 20 by the Rev. M. L. Carver, M. E. pastor. RocMord,--Bruce Gates oo to give address May 29. Sermon ay 27 by the Rev. Conrad Buehler, ion Lutheran pastor. Lonerock--W. R. Hamilton to peak.May 14. Sermon May 13 by lie Rev. S. M. Gladstone. Fredericksburg--Dr. A. E. Ben- .ett, president of the Upper Iowa Jniversity, to give address May 25. .ermon May 20 by the Rev. Mr. ·Coch of Evangelical church. One Vacation in 48 Years. Mr. and Mrs. William Harding, of ientisbury, Scotland, have returned home after their first vacation in 48 years of married life. They spent a 'ew days at Ilfracombe, but said that although the seaside was pleasant for a change, home always was best. Kanawha Junior-Senior Banquet Held in Church KANAWHA, May 8.--The junior- senior banquet was held in the M. E. church dining room Friday evening with the mothers of the juniors sen-ing the dinner. Miss Alice Graeber acted an toastmistrcss. The program included piano solo. Miss Lcona Frurkson; speech, "Hurdle No. 1," Mary Blomgren; guitar solo, Evelyn Baack; "Hurdle No. 2," Cyrus Tande and "Loyalty song," by all. In accordance with his wishes the ashes of Major F. Wollaston, captain of the Royal Guernsey Golf Club, were scattered on the links at Lancresse, England. FOR THE GIRL GRADUATE ... 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