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May 2, 1936

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 16

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SIXTEEN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MAY 2 1936 Mason City's Calendar MASON CITY CEMENT PLANTS TO BEGIN OPERATIONS May 1-2--Fifth annual merit badge exposition of Boy Scouts at armory. ·April 26 to May 2---National Baby · week. May 3--Monthly meeting o U. C. T. and auxiliary, at P. G. and E., 6:30 supper. m May 4-9--Clean Op, Paint Up, Fix Up campaign sponsored by junior division of Chamber of Commerce. May 8--St. Olaf college church choir to sing at high school auditorium at 8 p. m. Here In Mason City Kent our floor sanding and wax machines. Shepherd's Paint and Wallpaper Co. Ph. 1362. Young People from the Hampton Church of Christ were to present a play, . "The Terrible Meek" by Charles Rann Kennedy, at the Church of Christ, Sunday evening at S o'clock. The action of the play is taken from the story of the cruci- ·fixion of Jesus. Compound interest for you. See page 33 Colliers. Ph. 439. C. N. Chambers. B. F. Graff, district extension agent of Iowa State college at Ames, was in Mason City Saturday, visiting the Farm Bureau office, Kitz Hotel--Juicy steaks, fried chicken, frog legs, barbecue ribs. Music by crooning little Joe and Lil. We call for, repair and return your screens cheaper than you can fix them yourself. Mason City Hdwe. Co. . Boys--Girls--Mothers'. Look for new series of Mickey Mouse in Diamond Silver Cup Bread every day Get our prices on Monarch Metal Weatherstrip. R. P. Hansen, 3914. F~or Mother's Day--Fresh Julia King's fancy boxed chocolates. Kar- inelkorn Shop, 210 N. Fed. . · St. Olaf Church Choir Concert high school aud. Fridaj', May 8. Federal Corporation : Opens Branch Office . The Federal corporation, engaged in the business of automobile financing, Saturday announced the opening of a complete branch office at 309-10, First National bank building. This concern has been represented locally by C. F. Kriz for the. past three years, but due to the large volume of business in the Mason City area, the branch office was opened to give more complete service. The office will be under the management of P. R. Stotesbery, formerly of Waterloo, who has been connected with the. company in various capacities for several years. Mr. Kriz will maintain his residence in Mason City and his duties have been transferred to the district finance sales department, which includes the Mason City territory. M E. Patrick, Waterloo, formerly of Mason City, district manager of the company, was here this week completing the arrangements. Two Cars and Truck Pile Up in Accident on Clear Lake Roac Cars driven by Roger Glauville Mason City, and Eleanor McCabe Cresco, were damaged when the; collided with a truck owned b; Frank Kroprflan and driven by Joi Cook about 9:20 o'clock Saturday morning near the city limits on Fourth street southwest. The two cars and truck were al moving in west at the time of the ac cident. Mr. Cook slowed down a the limits and started to turn lef on the road leading to the Countrj club. Mr. ' Glanville also slowed down, according to the police repor . but his car was struck from rear by the'Cresco car. BOTH FACTORIES WILL BE N NEXT 10 DAYS Cilns Being Warmed Up at Northwestern to Start Mill Monday. Both Mason City cement plants rill resume operations in the next 0 days following repair periods. Kilns at the Northwestern States ortland 'Cement company plant rare being warmed up Saturday, reparatory to starting the mill Monday. Making Repairs. The Northwestern has been down or tie usual repair program the ast six weeks, during which period aost of the employes of the plant ave been at work making replacements and putting the machinery in lape for another year's run. The Lehigh Portland Cement corn- any will start quarry operations ext Friday, preparatory to resum- ng the.mill run on May 11. The Lehigh plant has been inac- ive since Feb. 11, a part of which eriod has been devoted to making epairs. Confers on Equipment. R. R. Bear, Allentown, Pa., vice ^resident and chief engineer of the ^ehigh Portland Cement company, was in the city Friday conferring with W. H. Patterson, plant superintendent, on plant equipment. The two cement plants employ approximately 450 men, '250 of whom are on the payroll of the Northwestern States Portland Cement company. DONOVAN ALLEN HONORED AT'PARTY Mrs. Leslie Allen entertained a group of children at a surprisi party Saturday honoring her son Donovan, on his ninth birthday. The guests attended the matinee an' later returned to the Adams home 1128 East State, street, for refresh ments. Guests were Paul. Roy am Bill Paine of Nora Springs; Ramon Leach, Dick Thompson, Lawrenc Carroll, Dick Fix, Rolland Rosa am Donald Halverson of Mason City. "I like the Sunday Dinner at the Jefferson" Home-cooked chicken and othe tender, quality meats. Enjoyabl surroundings. Pleasant, neat-ap pearing waitresses. P r i v a t booths, tables, counter service A great dinner . . . priced right You, too, will like our specia Sunday Dinners. ·4 ORDERS FOK CHILDREN Jefferson Coffee Shop at the BUS depot Mohawk Musicians Carry Off New High Honors at Iowa City BARBARA SCOTT Piano Winner The chief problem of a dictator how to keep the stomachs of his subjects full-and their heads empty. --Providence News-Tribune. With taxes up where they are you don't have to be on the WPA ;o be working for the government. --Life. Local winner in miscellaneous group of string instruments, left to right-Evelyn Cheesman Peter Farmakis, Viola Farmakis, Cathryn Holland, Mary Shoemaker and Milton Learner. (Photo by Lock, Hay- enay Engraving. HOMER HOCKENBERRY Oboe Winner --Photo by Lock Sensational Triumph Is Scored at 'Iowa Festival Superiors and 10* Excellents Won by Locals. There always .seems to be some new record for the Mason City high school musicians to break. . Again iis year at the state festival at owa City they won the highest number of high ratings. The new record s setting an exceptionally high average--practically all of the entrants winning either superior or excellent. Of the 19 events Mason City en- :ered, -the local musicians received eight superiors, ten excellents and one good. Not only did this set a new record in high percentage of ranking but set a new all time high at the state music festival for the number of honors won by any school, providing a new sensational triumph for local musicians. All departments, band instrument taught by Carleton L. Stewart, string instrument taught by Marjorie Smith and vocal department taught by Miss Ellen Smith contributed to this smashing victory. High Banks Listed. Ranking of superior was won by the Girls' glee club, small woodwind group, small brass group, small string group, Evelyn Cheesman as violin soloist, Homer Hockenberry as oboe soloist, Ruth Buehler as marimba soloist and Barbara Scott as piano soloist. The ranking of excellent was won by Lloyd Nichols, trombone; Earl Fladness, clarinet; Jack Weir, French horn; Robert Runyan, cornet; Bob Major, flute; Doris Garvey, bassoon; Ruth Buehler, snare drum soloist; mixed small vocal group, mixed chorus and boys' glee club. Carleton Rohr received good in viola solo. Barbara Scott, pianist who received superior ranking, was Mason City's only contestant at Iowa City Saturday. This unusual circumstance in which all the other Mason City musicians were home on what is ordinarily considered the most colorful day of the festival is because the local school did not enter two of its strongest events--band and orchestra. This policy has been followed the past few years after several state victories in which these groups qualified directly for the national. Band Works for National. In three special busses the local musicians returned home early Saturday morning. Mr. Stewart called a rehearsal of the band for Saturday morning and the players swung immediately into continuing preparations for the national contest to be held at Cleveland. The Girls' glee club, which ranked superior, sang "Lullaby" by Brahms in German and "Slumber Songs" by Colin Taylor, both a capella, and then "What Can Lamkins Do?" by Samuel Coleridge Taylor, the latter with piano accompaniment. Members of the glee clubs are: Ruth Anderson, Betty Baumgartner, Jean Baumgartner, Jane Berner, Dorothy Campbell, Beth Carter, Geraldine Cathcart, Grace Ann Chenoweth, Ruth Dougall, Lorctta Ewing. Virginia Farmakis, Patricia Far- Helen Harris, Peggy Heneman, Alice Hood, Ruth Irons, Ina Mae Ivin, Ruth Jones, Sarah Katz, Virginia Lee, Mae Lysne, Teressa McFarlin, Marjorie MacArthur. Sophie Negomir, Faythe Nolter- ieke, Dorthy Payne, Eileen Payne, Jane Satter, Charlotte Storer, Winifred Storer, Alva Skram, Frances Stinehart, Sara Stevens, Virginia Stoakes, Gretchen Weber and Maud Wilson. Dorothy Swift is accompanist. SKGWlNWriiQJ THE WIND BLOWS Latest comment on the "wheel chair brigade" as gleaned from the estimable Mason City Rotary Journal, prepared weekly By Secretary Larry Kistau for the membership of the club: "Frank 'C. Goodman sends us' the following letter containing a · clipping from, the Globe-Gazette: ·Wanted--To rent wheel chair, 823 S. Wash. Ph. 3292.' His comments are: 'My dear Larry: If you will give me the name of the Rotarian who inserted the- attached ad in a recent issue of the Globe-Gazette, I will be only too glad to.place him in touch with the owner of the very latest in wheel chairs. Stream lined, knee action, etc. Trusting I may be of some service to a member in distress, I am, sincerely, Frank C. Goodman.' "As-'you perhaps know Frank has not been a member of our club for a number of years and therefore is not · up-to-date on the subject of the new Rotary wheel chairs. For his information we would report to him that all of our wheel chairs have been motorized with special modern devices. Frank should have been present at our meeting last Wednesday at the Y. M. C. A. He would have marveled at the. performance of our Rotary club volley ball team and would have gloried in their clubs." victory over the other "My wife wondered where I was last night, now she'll know," said Carl Parker as the photographer snapped the camera on his group at the Kiiranis dinner in the police station Thursday noon. DEPARTMENTAL APPOINTMENTS MADE. Latest developments in Mason City's city manager form of government: Quoting from communication of Mayor W. S. Wilcox, making departmental appointments among members of city council: "To act advisory to the city manager, the idea being that each coun oilman may familiarize himself es pecially with the affairs and con duct .of the departments assigned t him, that he may intelligently ad vise with the manager and maki recommendations to the council on matters pertaining to the depart ment which is assigned to him. No with the view, however, to taki from the manager any of his vested rcr, Rence Fatland, Enid Forbes, I duties, but to assist him in his work EVELYN CHEESMAN Violin Winner Mason City woodwind group, winning superior, left to right--Ruth Marshall, Marjorie fling, Melvin Baker, Bob Sefvison, Bill Fappas. (Photo by Lock, Kayenay Engraving) Pappas, Dick Zarling, Me.be"rs of local small brass group, winning superior, (eft to right--Bob Kunyan, Charles Peters, Bob 'Collen, Cleo McCloud, Howard Dresser, Howardine Mincey. (Photo by Lock, Kayenay Engraving) and help him 'in solving.some of .the problems that beset him.". The departmental appointments are as follows: Leo Davey--Streets, traffic and federal projects. Ray Pauley--Water, sewer and city buildings. ' Arleigh Marshall -- Police department and fire department. H. C. Brown--Accounting and finance. Davey and Brown--City hall equipment. Marshall and Davey -- Public playgrounds and parks. MAYBE THEY JUST CAN'T BELIEVE IT. The good old'days are here again when there are more jobs than men --if gangs working on the railroad are any criterion to go by. Monday when the Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul and Pacific railroad sent out a call for a gang of 100 men for summer's employment on the railroad, only 10 men reported for work. The indication would seem that the employment situation is not so bad. More men responded later in the week, however, whan the second call was sent out. Maybe they didn't understand what a job was on the first call. Prust Is Speaker at Exercises in Calmar CALMAR -- The commencement services will be held in the Olympic Jieater Sunday, May 3 at 7 o'clock. The program will include music by Girls' glee club and address by the Rev. Arthur C. P.' Rust. There are 10 members of the senior class to )e graduated. They are Frances 3ecvar, Victor'Gehling, John, Lovjn, Donald Severson, ' Donald Kryson, Estelle Huber, Betty Morse, Lois Sazelton, Beverly Relsner and Narva Norman. Gov. Alf Landon is described as a man who keeps his promises. That's something. But are the people ready for a drastic change?--Toledo Blade. A scientist asserts that life began in hot water. It seems to be holding its own.--Olin Miller in Atlanta Journal. DELCOPHILCO Motor Car for All Cars Central Auto Electric Co. Next to Fire Station 25 First St. S. W. fnone 4S4 ohn Necked, Britt, Dies at Hospital John Nedved, 75, Britt, died at a Mason City hospital Saturday after- oon at 1:45 o'clock following an Iness. He had been retired for a umber of years. The body was tak- n to the Martin funeral home at :ritt. VIcCombs Will Head Muscatine Schools CHEROKEE, C5)--N. D. McCombs has resigned as superintendent of Cherokee schools to accept a similar josition at Muscatine. J. R. Hoglan, low high school principal here, will Decome the local superintendent. PAPERS FILED BY CANDIDATES FOR COUNTY OFFICES Republican and Democratic Office Seekers File Petitions. Candidates for nomination lor Cerro Gordo county offices on the republican and democratic tickets completed the filing of their nominr ation papers at the office of the county auditor Saturday. Papers were filed by the follow.ing: Republican County auditor--Arthur Harris. County treasurer--Joy Ridgeway. Clerk of the district court--S. H. MacPeak and John F. Palmeter. County sheriff--J. C. Buchanan, Walter D. Conn, Martin Hulke, Harry Sondergaard, Roy A. Waah- burn, C. A. Williams and F. Rl Winegar. County recorder--Lola Mason. ; County attorney--Verne A. Mettler and Frederick B. Shaffer. County coroner--Dr. J. E. Mc- McDonald and Dr. Harold W. Morgan. Supervisor, second (west) district --George S. Ott A. J. Rawson, K. D. Bobbins, F. G. Root, Harry SpiU- man and Harry W. Thompson. Supervisor, third (south) district --W. D. Gibson and Charles F. Han,- sen. Justice of peace, Mason City town- ·ship--Roe Thompson and S. L. Haynes (two to be nominated.) Constable, Mason City township S. A. Smith, Fred Brown and C. L. Loomer (two to be nominated.) Justice of .peace, Clear Lake township--C. W. Wallace and H. N. Halverson (two to be nominated.) Constable, Clear Lake township --T. W. Tompkins. Democrat. County treasurer--Alice Richardson Phillips. County sheriff--Cal Dwan and Tim R. Fhalen. County recorder--Edwin N. Norquist. County attorney--M. L. Mason. Supervisor, second (west) district --Ray Sandry and. J. P. Hansen. Supervisor, third (south) district --F. A. Cahalan. Justice of peace, Mason City township--F. A. Kirschman. Constable, Mason City township --Die Gregerson and O. Gregerson (two to be nominated.) Justice of peace, Clear Lake township--C. P. McVicker and John Lundgren (two to be nominated.) Constable, Clear Lake township-H. S. Bell. Announcing . . . the Opening of IGRIEBLINGS ICE CREAM STORE 526 East State Sunday, May F n c c i\ L t --·" OF EACH QUART OF ICE CREAM We Moke Our Own Ice Cream lOc MALTED MILK WITH THE PURCHASE ALL FLAVORS POLITICAI. ADVERTISEMENT Your Support Will Be Appreciated for Frederick B.Shaffer for County Attorney of Cerro Gordo County FOR SECOND TERM Economy, Diligent- Prosecution, Experienced. June 1st Primaries REPUBLICAN TICKET Effective Monday, May 4 We Wiil Feature a Complete DRY CLEANING SERVICE The Finest of Workmanship! The Best of Service! REMEMBER WE CAN SAVE YOU MONEY On Finest Laundry Work at Lowest Prices! PICK-UP AND DELIVERY SERVICE PHONE 738 MASON CITY LAUNDRY CO. AND CLEANERS

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