The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on April 5, 1939 · Page 5
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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 5

Mason City, Iowa
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Wednesday, April 5, 1939
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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 5, 1939 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE DRAKE CHOIR TO SING AT GARNER Concert by Cappella Group Is Planned to Be Held on April 12 GARNER -- Drake university's a cappella choir and other musical organizations from the Des Moines institution will be heard at a concert to he given in the Garner high school auditorium Wednesday. April 12, Supt. R. C. Wood announced Wednesday. The choir will sing a group of old Latin motets by Palestrina, several sacred Russian songs by Rachmaninoff and 'Glinka and several folk songs under direction of Prof. Stanford Hulshizer. Pro- essor Hulshizer will also present the male chorus and a men's quartet which will feature the accompaniment of Edith Pascoe, soprano soloist. Prof. Margaret Col-bin of the Drake university music department, will present the women's chorus, which will sing a group o£ Russian, sacred and modern songs. She will also direct the women's trio in several numbers. Wide Angle View of Rockefeller Center Gamer Chapter of Future Fanners Has 2 Entered in Meet GARNER--Garner high school's chapter o£ the Future Farmers of America will be represented by two boys in a district public speaking contest for F. F. A. boys at Sac City Saturday, C. W. Dai- bey, Smith-Hughes instructor and advisor of the chapter, announced Wednesday. Harold Hutz succeded elimination contests and will take part in the original oratory contest speaking on "Owning Versus Renting of Farms." Either Donald Haes or Galen Hall will participate in the extemporaneous division. Mr. Dalbey has been chosen to serve as one of the judges in an F. F. A. chapter contest to be held in connection rath the district meeting. Mrs. R. C Anderson Elected President of Sheffield Class SHEFFIELD--The Home Builders Sunday school class held its monthly meeting at the W. W Brower home Monday evening Election of .officers was held with the. following named: Mrs. R. C Anderson, president; L. G. Bern. vice-president, arid J. W. Rust secretary. A social hour and refreshments were enjoyed. Empire building:. International building and Associated Press buildini School Exhibit Will Be Held at Popejoy POPEJOY--On Monday evening at 8 o'clock, there will be an all school exhibit at the schoolhousc. Projects and samples o£ the student's work for the year will be shown. Lunch will be served. ELDORA YOUTH BOUND TO JURY Waives Hearing at Hampton on Charge of Larceny of Car Garner and a Garner car was re- I ported stolen. HAMPTON-Eddie Green, 22. j The Tatum car was apparenUv j of Eldora. was bound to the grand taken by the same person who I jury on a charge of larceny of a , stole the C. J. Stayner car from car Wednesday, after he waived [ the streets of Hampton the same preliminary hearing, and he was evening the Mallory ear was ta- pui in jail in default of bond. Green was arrested at Iowa Falls for the theft of the E. H. Mallory i car, which was stolen from the streets of Hampton Friday eve- j ning. Green was driving the car i when arrested. i 1 The car belonging to D. K. i Talum of Sheffield, stolen the I same evening at Sheffield, was! recovered Monday morning "' ' ACCEPTS POSITION j GOLDFIELD--Shirley Griffith 1 eft Monday for Wesley where he as accepted a position as linotype perator at the Wesley printing lop. P. E. O. CHAPTER MEETS j her daughter, Miss Abigail Gil- \ Akin, English teacher at Forest p D i ehi'iest. : city, spent the weekend with their "' 'mother, Mrs. Anna Akin,- and Visit Their JMollier j bl . other Homer Akin and family. DUaiONT -- Raymond Akin, j Miss Floy is having a week's SHEFFIELD -- Chaper P. E. O. met with Mrs. H. H. At- i Itinson Monday afternoon. Mrs. R.: G. Gilchriest had charge of a mu- j sical program and was assisted by teacher at Lovilla, and Miss Floy ; spring vacation. YOU'RE DRIVING A USED CAR! WE WANT IT! W CANT BUT THIS MAt ANYWHERE IN TOWN! SEE YOUR HUDSON DEALER ken. The Stayner car was four Saturday in front of the Sheffield! bank. HUDSON LAPINER MOTOR CO. AMERICA'S SAFEST CAR! NATE LAPIXES Owner 125 South Delaware Phone 1182 Ulason City, Iowa Goldfield Minister Resigns Position GOLDFIELD--The Rev. J. V. Wright, who has served as pastor of the Goldfield and Holmes Baptist churches for the past year, has resigned. He plans to fill the pulpit for another month or more. Belmond Girl Feted at Goldfield Shower G O L D F I E L D -- Miss Jessie Elder of Belmond, an instructor in the local school, was honored at a miscellaneous shower at the home of Mrs. Gertrude Whyte on Monday evening with the women members of the faculty and several guests present. Miss Elder, who is to be married at the close of the school year, was the recipient of many gifts. Refreshments \vere served at the close of the evening. Medical Bills Rank | Second on Loan List i HARTFORD. Conn.. (U.R)--A sur- ; vey of the state banking depart- '· ment reveals that most persons i procured small loans--maximum I S300--during 1938: first, to pay off old debts; second, to meet medical bills,-and third, to refinance old de^ts. Other reasons, in their order, were to cover immediate business needs, and for clothing. Small loan companies in Connecticut catered to 72,013 borrow- . ers during the year and lent S9.- [ 976.381. Interest was charged at j the rate of 3 per cent on the unpaid balance up to S100 and 2 per cent on the unpaid balance up to the maximum borrowablc amount of S300. j Skilled workers represented 36.89 per cent of the borrowers; unskilled workers, 38.38 per cent; office and clerical workers, 12.41 per cent; federal, state, county and city employes, 7.37 per cent; proprietors, 6.35 per cent, and commercial and sales workers. 6.25 per cent. · Tiie average loan in 1933 was SI04.3-4, - while in ifl37 it u-;i SflB.83. Small Inyii cnmp';imc collected 88,67 pci tent of rollectible · More Beauties of Easter in Hi One lovely flattering style after another! Never have vou seen so many different shoes in BLUE! SERGE! MESH! CALF! C O M B I N A T I O N S ! SPECTATORS! SLIP-ONS! SANDALS! SABOTS! A thrilling collection... and we've just ;is many more in CRANBERRY.' BLACK PATENT! FRESH EARTH! and C A R A M E L ! See them! and *4.95 FARM BUREAU MEETS i POPEJOY--The all day April! meeting of the Farm Bureau 1 ladies was held at the home of Mrs. S, K. Alcert, Monday, Use Your Charge Account Dflmons Orders Filled Promptly I09WECES / E xce pt i o no I Va I u © £ DAMON'S DOWNSTAIRS STORE

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