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May 8, 1934

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 10

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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE MAY 8 1934 HELD IN MANY NORTH IOWA SCHOOLS BANQUETS GIVEN FOR SENIORS BY JUNIORS IN H. S, Many Activities Are Held by Students as Year Nears Close. Class activities in North Iowa schools are humming with scores of junior and senior banquets being held. Other social activities, among those being graduated or held by others in honor of the graduates include class programs, picnics and some educational trips. Class plays are also forming important parts of the school activities as the year draws near a close. Included In banquets were the following: Several Given Toasts. NORA SPRINGS, May 8.--The ·junior-senior banquet program, held in the Methodist church parlors Saturday evening, included: Processional, played by Helen Burkhart and Rosella Furnese; two numbers girls' sextet; piano duet, Shu-ley Sherman and June Murray; introductions, Elinor Mae Cutter, tost- maater; talks, Elsie Theloar Thomas Burlingham, Betty Hamm Adelaid Wamsted and Supt. C. J Bogard, Boris Behne and Elinor Ellis gave a dance. A group of boys also sang. Will Be Held Friday. FERTILE, May 8.--The junta and senior banquet will be hel next Friday evening in the parlor of the Fertile Christian church, th ladies aid being in charge of th 'meal and the junior class in charg of the decorations. Held at School. HANLONTOWN, May S.--The ju nior and senior banquet was serve Saturday evening at the school din ing room. The ladies aid had charg of the serving. The commencemen sermon will be given Sunday eve ning at the Lutheran church. School Board Present BELMOND, May 8.--The annua junior-senior banquet was held in the local I. O. O. F. hall Saturday »vening. The general idea was fash loned after pirate land. C. E. Gul lette is sponsor for the junior class The members of the school boarc and the high school faculty were also present. The mothers of the ju niors prepared the banquet which was served by members of the soph omore class who were dressed In pirate costumes. Held at Albert I«a. ~ _:OTRANTO, May 8---The junior The Rev. W. L. Dibble of the Congregational church will deliver the sermon to the graduates of t*e Mason City high school Sunday evening, May 27. Our . , QUALITY "»"»af HOUSE PAINT Contains No Silicates Lythotone Since 18TM "· Adulterants "ask any painter" senior banquet was held Saturday evening at the Hotel Albert at Alaert Lea. Covers were laid for 18. Play Is Presented. ROCK FALLS, May 8.--The senior class proceeds from its play on Friday evening netted them .$35. Play Brings In $70- LATIMER, May 8.--Proceeds of the senior class play, attended by a large crowd were ?70.40. HAYFIELD, May 8.--The junior- senior banquet was held at Call State park, Algona, Saturday afternoon, the banquet being served by the six mothers of junior class members. The shelter house at the park was decorated with the school colors. Owen Taylor spoke for the juniors and Rudolph Urich for the seniors. Superintendent and Mrs. Craft and Mr. and Mrs. Sarchett and the members of the classes comprised the banquet party. NEWILECTll RULE DECISIONS Absent Ballots Must Not Be Given Out Unless They Are Requested. DES MOINES, May 8. CB--New rulings- on selections of precinct election boards and the casting of absent voters' ballots were an- ounced from the attorney general's office today. Both, opinions were prepared by Asst. Atty. Gen. C. E. Hamilton at the request of the secretary of state in connection with the June primary election. One held that a person must go to the county auditor's office to cast an absent voters' ballot before the election date; or request such a ballot through the mail. OR, DIBBLE WILL GIVE SERMON TO 1934 GRADUATES Congregational Minister to Speak Sunday Evening, May 27. Graduation services will be held in the high school auditorium Sunday evening, May 27, at 8 o'clock. The Rev. W. L. Dibble of the First Congregational church will present the annual sermon to seniors. Following processional, the Rev. Robert M. Redenbaugh will give the invocation. C. E. Gilman, secretary of the Y. M. C. A., will read from the scripture and hymns will be sung.' The Rev. A. W. Caul will lead the class in the prayer, following which the hymn "Holy Ghost, With Light Divine," will be sung. Dr. Dibble's sermon is next on the program. Singing of the hymn "Abide With Me," and benediction by th? Rev. George K. Davies will close the graduating services. Another "Dillinger Chase" Started by Robbery of Grocery STARTS HUMOR PAPER Compare Our Paint Formula Personal Decorative Service By G.H.Scheef*R.S.Slieplierd 5 s. Coml. Ave. Bear Seney Jewelry R. S. Skep PAINT WALLPAPEK AH ths Ncwert in Wallpwa Just Arrived · A NEW SHIPMENT OF GORGEOUS GRADUATION Dresses Closing Out. OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF Coats AND Swagger Suits ZEBKER'S 121 SOUTH FEDERAL Only Two Methods. These two are the only acceptable ethods of "casting such a ballot efore the election date, Hamilton ·uled. He asserted that in some ounties auditors or their deputies ad been going into the precincts mth ballots before the election date and soliciting votes. Such practice f distributing the ballots is not ermitted under the statute, Hamil- on held. . The: ruling on selection of precinct election judges was designed to clarify procedure in precincts where ownship trustees or councilmen are all of the same party. In towns with only one precinct or in' townships, Hamilton said, the code provides that the city councilmen or trustees shall preside as election officials. However, if all are of the same political party, he explained, the county board of supervisors shall select two of the councilmen by lot and designate a third person to the board from the' opposite political party. . · . Would Select Two. If, for example, all of the councilmen were democrats, the super-, visors would select two of them and ; a republican to comprise the board. ; In large cities, where city coun- ' oilmen obviously could not preside j in the many precinct 1 ;, Hamiltons ruling held that the supervisors should name the election officials in accordance with the party alignment at the last generil election. If the vote for the head of the ticket in a precinct at the last general election was republican, then two republicans would be named to the election board to that precinct The third member would be selected by the supervisors from the party receiving the second highest vote for the head of its ticket at the last general election. Crews of Miners Dig j 14 Hours to Recover Cavein Victim's Body NASHWAUK, Minn., May 8. tffl-- Working in relays for 14 hours, crews of miners today dug out the body of Alfred Paatola, 38 year old Keewatin mine worker, after he was trapped in an underground mine cavein which nearly trapped three others. The four were working on the drift when the bank gave way. Paatola immediately was crushed by the landslide while his co-workers were able to get out of its path. HAMMOND, Ind., May 8. The robbery of a grocery store here by four young men and the wounding by them of the proprietor gave rise to another "Dillinger chase" through the streets of Hammond, Whiting, Ind., and the south side of Chicago today. The trail of one car was picked up by two Whiting policemen, who gave chase. They were eluded. The two Whiting policemen insisted Dillinger was the driver of the first car. However, both the grocery clerk and Policeman Henry Eckstein insisted all four robbers were mere youths and none of them could have been the Indiana desperado. Dr. James A. Beebe, Noted Theologian and Native of Iowa, Dies DES MOINES, May 8. CfB--Dr. James A. Beebe, 54, nationally known theologian and native of Iowa, died yesterday at his home in Newtonville, Mass., friends were advised today. Dr. Beebe was bom in Harlan, Iowa, and was graduated from Simpson college and later from Boa- ton university. His first pastorate in the Methodist church was at Des Moines. For some time he served as dean of theology at. Boston university and later as president of Alleghany college at Leadville, Pa. The widow, who survives, is the sister of Mrs. N. G. Kraschel, wife of the Iowa lieutenant governor. Funeral services will be held Friday at Harlan. MARGARET WILKES, University 1U of Arkansas co-ed at Fayetteville, Ark., is not trying to be funny or witty. It's strictly business with her to publish .a new wit and humor magazine on the campus of the Razorback institution. Margaret figured that student! would pay to laugh--so she starlet the magazine, which is the firs ·time in 12 years such a magazine has been published at the univer sity. She calls her magazine Thi Arkansas Stooge. It succeeds Th White Mule, which kicked its last in 1922. . Miss Wilkes is a junior in th school of business administration, i a member of Chi Omega soronty and hails from Pine Bluff, Ark. Huge necklaces are vogue in London. Fingerprints Left in Bank Not Those of Dillinger Gunmen LONDON, Ohio, May 8. (.'?)-Fingerprints found in the First Na tional bank at Fostoria after tw men held up the bank with a ma chine gun barrage that wounde five persons and fled with §17,000 are not those of known members o the John Dillinger gang of despera does, H. C. Robinson, officer in charge of the state bureau of crim inal identification, said today. Robinson finished developing th prints today and compared them with those of Dillinger, Homer Van Meter, John Hamilton and others o the Dillinger gang. Otis Eno Convicted of Kansas Robbery WELLINGTON, Kans., May 8. UP) --Otis, alias Tony, Eno, was convicted by a district court today of a charge of bank robbery .and first degree robbery in the holdup of the First National bank here Jan. 25, in which four gunman obtained ,?4,000. Sentence was deferred. NDIA GOVERNOR GENERAL UNHURT .ssassins Fire at Sir John; One Slain and Other Badly Wounded. DARJEELING, Bengal, India, May 8. tff)--Two Bengal assassins red revolvers at Governor General r John Anderson at a race meet- g at Lebong today. Sir John was uninjured but po- ce killed one of the Bengales and eriously wounded the other. A ritish woman was wounded slight- r by one of the assassin's bullets. Sir John was standing with his aughter at the time they were attacked from close range. The permanent police guard, which always ccompanies the governor, immed- ately opened fire on the two men, vbo later were identified as Jacca terrorists. A strong military police guard ·as immediately placed around the acecourse, which is a suburb of Jarjeeling, and several persons were arrested. Several previous attempts have been made upon the life of Sir ohn, who has waged constant war- are against terrorists. Bombs were discovered in August, 1933, near the University of Calcutta, where he was attending- exercises, and an attempt was made to wreck the rain with a bomb a month earlier. TQJQN.ORCOUXCE S. I* Kugland is dean of the Masoft City Junior college, which will be attended by a large number of the members ot the graduating senior class. D lymouth Seniors to Give Play Two Nights PLYMOUTH, May 8.---The senior class play, "Lady Lilac," a mystery- comedy, will be given in the high school auditorium Thursday and Friday nights. Members of the senior class are Marcella Johnson, Genevieve O'Neil, June Bishop, Elizabeth Johanna, Dorothy Strand, Melva Brodrecht. Dorothy Brower, Doris Molsberry, Doris Kinney, Bethel Hodson, Mildred Butts, Maurice Lane, Leland Sneil, Ellsworth Helm, Eldon Chehock and Leo Yezek. Miss Marjory Emerson, dramatic teacher, is coaching the play. A twenty-four-hour time system is :o be tried in England. STYLE SHOPPE STATE AND FEDERAL For Mother's Day Matron Hats O U R . . . . . CONGRATULATIONS To The CLASS OF 1934 Le Moderne ANNEX 212 N. Federal Phone SOU Beautiful Permanents Complete with shampoo, finger wave and haircut $1.98 $2.50 $3.00 Wet Finger Wave 25c Dry Finger Wave 35c Shampoo and Finger Wave 50c Man Killed and 10 Burned in Series of Blasts at Elevator ST. LOUIS, May 8. LrP)--One man was killed and 10 were burned, five of them seriously, in a sudden series of three violent grain dust explosion- this morning in the huge Missouri Pacific elevator on the Mississippi river front in South St. Paul. Fred Laubscher, 48, an assistant weigher who had been employed at ;he elevator for 11 years, died of burns at city hospital an hour and 15 minutes after the explosion. The blasts shattered all windows in the concrete structure, 240 feet tall, broke long cracks in the upper portion of the building and caused a fire in 1,600,000 bushels of wheat, corn, oats and rye stored there which burned for half an hour. Elevator Is Repaired. SEXTON--The North Iowa Grain company here is repairing its building. Two. men from Minneapolis are doing the work. Charles Awan is manager of the elevator. Make Trip to DCS Moines. Moines on business Sunday and Monday. HER GIRL FRIENDS ADMIRE HAIR And-why shouldn't they? She keeps her hair always lovely, always in soft even waves. 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Pedwin Shoes- correct in style and fit-are featured here for fastidious men. Whites, black and Avhites, tans a n d blacks at ·Shoes 1 Here they are, men! Priced as you like them priced. Take a look . . . compare . . . then try not to buy! AAAA^EEE 2 % fa 10 105 N. Federal Former Stevens Location \ * * *· *· + ·*··*· ·*··*- SHIRTS 69c, 98c, $1.39 Broadcloth shirts in white, blue, stripes and patterns. NECKTIES 39c, 59c, 98c Beautiful spring patterns -silks, knits, wools--in stripes, plain colors and all-over designs. : HOSE We, 15c, 25c Quality hose, marked specially for this event --plain or patterned. HATS $1.19, $1.69, $2.69 New styles and shades --a great value! Congratulations Seniors This is your day; now as at no time before you deserve to look your best. In anticipation of this event we have gathered together a fine stock of suits, shoes and furnishings at exceptionally low prices. Come in and pick out your graduation outfit. SAM RAIZES DEPARTMENT STORE Open Evenings Till 8:30--Saturday Till 10:30 215 S. Federal Phone 434

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