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TWELTE MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MAY 4 1936 78 AGAIN ASPIRE TO HOUSE SEATS Seek Re-Election to State House; 367 Candidates Are in Field. DES MOINBS, UP)--Seventy-eight members of the house of the last general assembly aspire to hold seats in. the next session, the secretary of state's record of qualified June primary candidates -showed Monday. Included are 43 democrats, 34 republicans and one former republican representative, J. P. Hansen of Otranto, Mitchell county, who is seeking a farmer-labor party nomination in the approaching primary. Sought by 367. Nominations to the 108 house seats are sought by 367 candidates, including 182 republicans, 142 democrats and 43 fanner-laborites. Nearly all of the farmer-labor candidates have no opposition in the primaries. In each of six counties only one candidate is out for the nomination of any party. Those who have neither primary or general election opposition so far include: Have No Opposition. H. S. Love, (R) Bridgewater, Adair county; Dave M. Evans (R) Cresco, Howard county; Henry L. Davis (R) "Winterset, Madison county; Fred K. Bruene (D) Gladbrook, Tama county; and Leonard L. Moore (R) Bedford, Taylor county. Among the 30 members of the last house who are not seeking re- nomination are Andrew Stewart (D) of Rockwell City, appointed to the state liquor commission; Curt McKinnon (D) New London, new state highway commissioner; and John H. Mitchell (D) of Fort Dodge, candidate for the democratic nomination for attorney general. Will Leave for Norway. ' RAKE--P. G. Olson and A. A. Rake and daughter, Mrs. Martin Johnson, of Frost, Minn., plan to leave May 26 on an excursion trip to Norway. Mr. Olson and Mr. Rake 'are both natives of Norway and are returning to visit relatives and friends, there. -No. 2--In Congress LIFE STORY OF SENATOR DICKINSON TOLD IN SKETCH STRIPS -By C. H. Crittenden, Central Press Artist Doris Hagerson, Elvina Moen, Wilard Smith, Marvin Larson, Eileen Tlnei, Sidney Hovda, Adrian Hon- sing, Opal Hocker, Lloyd Thorshein and Clara Sperring. Senator Dickinson became a member of the republican state central committee of Iowa, sen-ing from 1914 to 1918. In 1918, near the close of the World war, G. O. P. leaders selected Dickinson as candidate for congress from the tenth Iowa district. Dickinson was elected and reelected, serving 12 years in the house of representatives. At the republican national convention in Cleveland, in 1924, Dickinson was mentioned lor the v i c e presidency. However, Charles Dawes was nominated. At a political banquet. Then Dickinson ran for the senate. He was elected in 1930 --his term expiring in January, 19S7. In the 1932 republican national convention in Chicago, Dickinson was the keynoter. He became known as one of the staunchest of the conservatives. With the advent of the new deal, the Iowa senator became one of the severest critics of the Koosevelt administration. Dickinson, thus at 62, found himself mentioned as a "dark horse" possibility. Commencement Exercises * * * * * * * *: * * Frank Miles to Speak at Wesley; Clarion Activities Listed; Montgomery of Grinnell on Rockwell Program; Ionia Graduates to Hear Hideout of Dubuque; Riner of Clear Lake to Speak at Sheffield; Hamilton to Give Thompson Address. WESLEY--At the Wesley high school commencement exercises May 22, Frank Miles, editor of the Iowa Legionaire, will speak. The- commencement sermon May 17 will be given by Rev. Arthur Bottom, Methodist minister, Wesley. The valedictorian is Edward Funnemark, and the salutatorian, Catherine Wolf. Members of the school board are: Lester Lease, president; Henry Sherman, Halvor Flom, Jr., John Grattidge, Mrs. Vee. Mullin. Instructors are: Eldon Ravlin, superintendent; George Orbell, Miss Feme Clayton, Miss Matilda Eve and Miss Phyllis Dougan. The class of graduates is composed of Fred Diekmann, Jr., Edward Funnemark, Wayne Goslin, Lawrence Goetz, Donavan Lickteig, Joseph Lorenz, Gordon Loebig, Mathias Hildman. Lawrence Youngwirth, Alphonse Hildman, Evelyn Erikson, Arlene Haynes, Catherine Wolf, Fidelia Skow, Hannah Mae Pommer, Anna Richter and Lucile Bisenbacher. Events Are Scheduled. CLARION--The activities, which All Hens ALL Cigarettes are not FRESH! LISTEN, PEOPLE! . . , Are fresh egg s better than stale eggs? Everybody says "Yes" ! Are fresh cigarettes better than stale cigarettes? Everybody says "Yes"! Two jackets of Cellophane ... not one but TWO . . . stand guard over the freshness of Double-Mellow Old Golds. Two jackets, double Cellophane, make the package air-tight. Two jackets, double Cellophane, keep out dampness, dryness and every other foe of cigarette goodness. Two jackets, double Cellophane, give you FACTORY-FRESH cigarettes; as fresh as the egg the hen lays in the nest. P.S. Double Your Money Back, If You're Not Pleased Smoke halt a pack of Double-Mellow Old Golds. If, then, you don't say it's the finest smoke you ever tasted, mail us the remaining ten cigarettes end the wrapper, at any time within 30 days from date, and we'll send you doable the price you paid for the full package, fltts postage. Address us, 119 West 40th Street, New York City. OUTER JACKET OF "CELLOPHANE" Opens from the Bottom INNER JACKET OF "CELLOPHANE" Opens from the Top C P. Lorfilwd Co., Inc. precede the graduating of the class of 1936 of the Clarion high school fill May to overflowing. Commencement exercises, May 28, will be held out of doors, an innovation of the ast two or three years. . Practice is well underway for the senior class play, "Ghost Bird" coached by Harold L. Bitting, to be ;iven May 15. The cast is: .Dean Hobson, Dorothy Sheffield,- Wendell Wilson, Vivian Neilsen, Marvin Clopton, Richard Doherty, Mildred Day, Muriel Goslin, Dorothy Dale, James Ryan. The. junior-senior banquet, the important social event of the year, sponsored by Miss Elizabeth Hibbs and Harold Bitting, is scheduled for May 7. Miss Hibbs is planning a dutch idea for the banquet. The school exhibit, May 22, when the accomplishments of every department will be shown will draw an in terested crowd. Thirty-five will be graduated from the Clarion high school. They are Doratha Abbott, Norma Anderson Ruth' Anderson, Frank Armatis. Phyllis Armour, Lowell Asbe, Pearl Eerkenes, Lois Bradley, Franklin Brown, Evelyn Case, Esther Casebeer, Marvin Clopton, Marvin Coats, Genevieve Cramer, Dorothy Dale, Mildred Day, Richard Dougherty, Loren Doherty, Harold Duitcher, Virgil Duitcher, George DuKate, Margaret Fawcett, Wilbur Fulks, Muriel Goslin, Lawrence Gunderson, Claire William Henry, Lyle Huntley, Mildred Jacobson, LaVonne Kenyon, Robert Kirstein, Bernard Koltvelt. Frank Middleton, Florence Morris, John Roger McClanahan, Mary KcCollouh, Vivian Neilsen, Dorothy Nichols, Eura Pletcher, Dean Robson, Isabelle Roher, James Ryan, Fern Sackett, Beulah Sadoff, Adela Schmidt, Dorothea Segner, Roland Sellers, Bernard Shake, Dorothy Sheffield, Ruth Sheffield, Dale Smith, Raymond Staggs, Russel Stark, Mildred Strom, Hazel Teg- iand, Burdette Thompson, Evelyn Thompson, Iris Thompson, Phillip Tillman, Marie Tincher, George Tourtelotte, Mary Tourtelotte, Katherine Wendel, Amedan Wicks, Maxine Wicks, Wendell Wilson, Harold Wolfe and Marion Taber. Montgomery Will Sneak. ROCWBLL--The Rockwell public school will hold its commencement exercises May 21. Dr. Royal J. Montgomery of Grinnell will speak. For the commencement sermon May 17, the pastor of the M- B church, Sheffield, has been engaged The valedictorian is Ruth M. Ryburn and salutatorian, Lawrence Kofoot. On the school board are Theodore J. Eddy, president, Geralc Miller, George Moorehead, George Meyers, Denny Gibson. The faculty consists of Tilford H Stall, superintendent, Jessie B. Piersol, Evelyn Mpe, Mary McEvoy Amanda Horvei. Students who will receive diplomas are: Dorothy Fitzgerald, Maurine Gaffney, Emma Hoots, Josephine Lewis, Julia McCauley, Hannah Petersen, .Catherine Roderick Ruth Ryburn, Raymond Campbell Carlos -Galindo. Willis Hodge, Crichton Kellow Lawrence Kofoot, Eirl Mundt, Francis Murphy, Melvin Murphy, Leon Scholl and Max Theilen. Will Hear Hideout. IONIA--Ionia independent schotf commencement exercises May 21 will be addressed by the Rev. Ride out of Dubuque. The commencement sermon will be given May 17. Members of the school, board are C. J. Faber, president, Mrs. Herm Ransom, Gale Huffman, Joe Herzog Ed Artes. On the faculty are V. A. Pattison superintendent, Vern E. Miller, Annab Finn, Willa Plowman. Students to be graduated are: Margaret Davis, Pauline Ransom, Violet Smith, Melvin Debban, Gerald Huffman, nda Ransom, Roy Usher. Lake Pastor on Program. SHEFFIELD -- The commencement exercises will be held May 29 when the Rev. B. W. Riner, minister at Clear Lake, will speak. Commencement sermon May 24 will be by the Rev. Henry Rust, minister from Sheffield. Selected as the valedictorian is Very! Lincoln and the salutatorian, Betty Atkinson. Members of the school board are H. H. Atkinson, president; Dr. Skovgard, Mrs. E. E. Esslinger, Mrs. Oliver Yelland and James Hawke, Jr. The faculty was composed of H. D. Hoffman, superintendent; William F. Clifton, principal; Miss Nina Alleman. Miss Mildred Fisher, Miss Marie Buffington, Miss DeLoris Stone, M. E. Hunt. Miss Margarette Dow. Miss Bernadine Landsberg, Miss Helen Humphrey, Miss Gena Grub, Miss Martha El Gilbert, Miss Evabclle Peter. son and Miss Genevieve Hudson. 1 Diplomas will be given to Alvin Alden, Junior Edwards, Russell Harris, Lyle Holmes, Ebba Lauritzen, Phyllis McTaggart, Amy Smid, Dorothy Trowbridge, Dorothea Yelland, Orval Alden, Everett Engebretson, Edith Hatch, Vernon Koester. Hazel Leikweg, Leoma Oelkers, lone Storck, Wallace VanFossen, Elizabeth Mae'Atkinson, Carol Gerdes, James Hinman, Veryl Lincoln, Maude Leikweg, John Reavis, Arlene Thomas and Fred Wiele. Hamilton' Will Speak. THOMPSON--Local high school commencement exercises will be held May 22. The speaker will be W. R. Hamilton of Mason City. The date of the commencement sermon is May. 17. The valedictorian of. the class is Viola Drussell while the salutatorian is Sidney Hooda. On the school board are Ole J. Lockiem, president; Dr. C. E. Teague, Mrs. Anna Erickson, George. Robinson, Millard Berg and Miss Edith Ellickson, secretary. The faculty consists of Paul B. Norris, superintendent; Dorothy Blanchard, Mable McMahon, Velma A Christie, Sylvan Osmundson, Leonard A. Miller and Helen Rogers. Seniors to be graduated are Homer Lund, Allan Pickham, Viola Drussell, Alice Havan, Wilma Clark Rites for Mrs. Bird Conducted at Cresco CRESCO--Funeral services were held Monday morning for Mrs. T. L. Bird, 68, who died at her home in Bonair, 7 miles northwest of Cresco. Her maiden name was Catherine Margaret, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Delaney, born -in Michigan, Aug. 13, 1887. She was married to Thomas L. Bird and they had been residents of Bonair where Mr. Bird was in the lumber business for many years. Mr. Bird, four sons and three daughters, survive. Last rites were held at the Assumption Catholic church, Cresco, conducted by the Rev. J. A. McMahon. Medical Group Gathers. , ROCHESTER, Minn., (iP)--Minne- sota medical men with internation- anlly famous physicians and surgeons as 'guest speakers, gathered here Monday to discuss latest methods of combatting disease and other physical ailments during the 83rd annual meeting of the Minnesota State Medical association. Plaister, Manager of Telephone Company at Fort Dodge, Succumbs FORT DODGE, UP)--J. M. Plais- ter, 58, general manager of the Fort Dodge Telephone company and a leader in Fort Dodge business and civic affairs, died here Friday night. He had been in ill health for several months but a heart attack resulted in his death a few hours after he, was stricken. He was born in Dubuque and was graduated from the schools there, coming- to Fort Dodge 37 years ago. He was a charter member of the Fort Dodge Rotary club and a former president of the Fort Dodge chamber of commerce. Funeral services will be Tuesday. Flay to Be Presented. 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