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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - April 1, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                Mason City News on This Page AND MASON CITY DAILY TIMES MONDAY APRIL 11929 Second Section EVENTS April Monday dance at armory sponsored by Legion Drum and Bugle corps Music by Ray Keyea and his Dixieland En tertainers April membership ban quet at the Y W C A at tfclocfc April at Mason City ar mory with the SmithMcDowel orchestra of 11 pieces furnishing the music Legion Drum and Bugle corps sponsoring April Party at 8 oclock p m at Elks club April class play Smilin Thru at high school auditorium April 5VRooaeveltJacks on P T A presents Mary Louise Smiths Spring Dance Recital at the high school April Womans club dance will be held at the K C hall April of Commerce Kiwanis club luncheon meeting at Hotel Hanf ord City News in Talk with Pratt 8 1st mortgage bonds and up Phone 961 For coal phone Kehm at BG6 J H SchmHz piano timer Ph 3425J SL C Loan In vs Co CW Ii Pat ton 1st Mtges Insured Bonds Invs Horace S Beemer DDS I O Penney Building Extraction Special ist and Xray Dr IS J Carroll Waterloo spent Easter Sunday at the home of his parents Mr and Mrs Dan 311 Eighth street southeast Virginia Splint Coal off car W G Block Coal Co Ph 563 Set your earning 6 per cent A 1st Mortgage Bond ready Maaon City Loan Investment Co Elmer Bublltz postal carrier 109 South Pennsylvania avenue has re turned to bis duties after an ab sence due to illness Kentucky Lump Coal while it las fa 8SO W G BlockCoal Co Ph 663 Dance Easter Monday April 1 at Armory Keyes Dixieland En tertainers Milt Lewis postal carrier on rural route 1 returned to his duties Mon isence due to illness Dance at Armory Thursday Apr 4 SmithMcDowell orchestra of 11 pieces Personality boys Clair C Earp substitute postal carrier has resigned his position to go into fanning Reuben B Button will replace Mr Earp You will be doing yourself a favor by the immediate purchase of Cities Service Profit Sharing Diversified Investment A3k C F Kriz 625 M B A Bldg Phone 1181 Office open evenings Will finance on cost basis parties ucsirirg homes in orest Park or A T Parker Place 1779L M M Moen Co Remodelingt Re pairs William T Hageboeck business manager of the Daily lowan of Iowa City visited friends in the city over Easter Miss Celia Wyon manager ot the Merfcel company beauty parlor is in Chicago attending the midwest beauty trade show the dates of which are April 1 2 and 3 FOR RENT Small acreage located in N E part of city Close in fine for chicken 613 So Jeff 6 rooms 33112th St S rooms all modern good loca DALY EPIGRAMS A boy judges his mothers greatness by her culinary ability WJDlLYCa HEATING FIRESIDE R REPORT Generally fair Monday Fireside Fuel Co PHONE 888 BEFOTSK ITS TOO 10 1 1 So Fed Are MASON CITY MUSICIANS GET ALL FIRSTS ORCHESTRABAND AND TWO SINGING CLUBS WINNERS Sweeping Victory Scored by 185 Pupils From Local School Mason City high school composing the boys glee club the girls glee club the band and the orchestra and numbering 185 stu dents scored a sweeping victory Saturday in the finals of the district music contest held at Ames Each of the four organizations was awarded a first place in class A competitions These victories entitle the local musicians to enter the state meet which will be held in Iowa City during the first week in May This contest was forthe district comprising cities and towns from central and north central Iowa and 1400 contestants took part The boys glee club directed by Miss Ellen Smith was the first of the local organizations to compete The club sang at a m Of the other clubs competing Boone won second place and Newton won third place Judges for this contest were Mrs Genevieve Wheat Ball of Drake university and II J Arndt Bergh of St Olaf college Northfield Minn Ames won first in class B and Ankeny took first in class C Girls Take Second Victory The girls glee club also under the direction of Miss Ellen Smith com peted at p m and captured the second victory for the local high school Marshalltown Newton and Boone finished in the order named The judges for this contest were Mrs Ball Mr Bergh and Miss Olive Barker of the Iowa State Teachers college at Cedar Falls Ames won the class B division of this com petition and Story City won the class C section directed by Gerald ristered the third win for the ity musicians Marshall town awarded second place and jone finished third Newton for feited almost at the last minute and East high and North high of Dos Moines and Port Dodge did not en ter as was planned The judges for the band contest were F L McCreary director of the Iowa State Teachers college band Prof Alpnzo Leach director of the Drake university band and Prof Elias Blum of Grinnell college Ames won the class B section of this group and first in class C The Traer band was said to have given an excellent exhibi tion Orchestra Wins The orchestra also under the di rection of Mr Prescott competed at 10 p m The local musicians won first in this class from Marshall town andBoone The last two clubs finished in the order named Judges for this group were Mr McCreary Professor Leach and Mr Bergh Perry won first in the class B com petition of this section and Traer won first in class C Miss Marjorie Smith of the high school faculty and W A Storer grade instrumental instructor who trained the string section have been givenmuch of the credit for the suc cess of the orchestra The glee clubs band and orchestra accompanied by Mr Prescott Miss Ellea Smith Miss Marjorie Smith Mr Storer James Rae principal Mrs Rae Mrs Edson Cornell and Mrs Prescott left for Ames at a m on a special train on the Rock Island They returned Satur day night leaving Ames at p m Mr Rae was in charge of the musicians Several persons from the city drove down for the contests Band to State Meet The band will compete in the state meet with bands from Washington high school of Cedar Rapids Bur lington high school and the Thomas Jefferson high school of Council Bluffs The orchestra will compete with organizations from East high school of Waterloo Abraham Lin coln high school of Council Bluffs and Burlington high school Boys and girls club winners in other districts have not been determined Solo players of the Mason City high school who will enter the dis trict contest which will be held at Belmond April 5 will include the fol lowing Cornet Charles Starr trom bone Clifton Burmeister tuba Don Woods French horn Jess Redding ton clarinet Earl Lane obou Ray mond Hughes flute William Rae bassoon Arlene Benz alto vocal Elizabeth Stevens tenor vocal John Wallace baritone vocal Edwin Helbling string ensemble Norman Bamber Raymond LaGasse Earl Cawley and Ruby Petelko Miss Marjorite Smith is director of the string quartet and Miss Ellen Smith directs the girls vocal sextet comj posed of Thelma Larson Olga Moen Mildred Murray Catherine Curtias j Louise Leach and Elizabeth Stevens A wind sextet will also be entcrnil j but the entrants have not bcnn chosen RK yet The solo players won their right to competition in the dis trict by defcatig entrants in the STAMP CLUB WILL EXHIBIT AT HOBBY SHOW Picture shows a group of the members of the boys stamp club who will exhibit ut tho hobby show to bo held at the Y M C A next month From left to right they are Charles Starr Eurl Gaylord Verne Wilson Kaymond Zcblrer Ralph FlschbccU Truman Ambroson Joe Yoseloff John Pauley and Carrol Ambroson The stamp club was by Kirk Studio founded a little less than a year agoas nn out growth of the hobby show held then Membership in tho club is open to any boy stamp collector At tho meeting the boys are informed of any new issues of stamps The organization subscribes to two stamp papers Clyde Hammond Is leader of tho club SENIOR GLASS TO PRESENT SMILIN THRU THURSDAY Favorite Stage Production to Be Given by High School Players Smilin Thru a three act ro mantic comedy will be presented by the senior class of the Masoa City high school Thursday evening April 4 at p m in the school audi torium Miss Eva Treman is direct ing the production The play has been recommended to the public by the teachers who saw the produc tion given for the convention which was held in Mason City before spring vacation The play itself has a strong plot and appealing characters Smilin Thru has long been a favorite play both for stage and screen presen tation It calls for some dramatic work more difficult than has here tofore been attempted by high school amateurs Accordingto those who saw the first presentation of Smilin Thru the local students handle this very well Is Outstanding Character The role of John Cartier the uncle is an outstanding character part which will be played by Max Hight Ruth Crabb as Moonyeen plays the most dramatic role in the production Louise Leach and Wayne Van Note promise to make an enticing young couple in their in terpretation of the two lovers Kath leen and Kenneth Wayne Beresford Larson will be seen as Dr Owen Harding and Keith Harri son as Willy Ainley Katherine Shef fler will portray Mary Clair while Anna Ruth Synder will be seen as Ellen Jeremiah Wayne another character role will be done by Rob ert Meyers Cora Repp Vivian Bohen Bernadine Donaker William Hughes Abe Traub and Russel Dlertz will act as the ladies and gen tlemen at tha wedding Have New Set A complete new garden set has been constructed for the play Tha manual training department under tha direction of F B Hathaway and the art department under the direction of Mrs Harriet Crabb built this set Old fashioned cos tumes representing the finery of a former day have been procured for the production and it la ixpected that these will add to the colorful effects of the play Tickets are now on sale for Smilin Thru Seats may be re served at the high school offjqa Wednesday afternoon at 3 oclock satisfied and so will she if tho from SENEYS subdistrict contest held here Feb 22 Winners in Others Winners in other contests iu which Mason City high school was we i Violin sole la cello solo Richard Cubbage Roosevelt high Des Moines clari net solo Trevar Then Perry flute solo Ray Main Valley Junction trombone solo Edward Barces East Des Moines high cornet and trumpet solo Melvin Kelburg lova Falls French horn solo Laurence Lees East Des Moines high bari tone solo brass Kenneth Livengood Newton tuba Harold Stradler Newton soprano vocal solo Maxine iCulbertson Guthrie county high alto vocal solo Helen Piper Dexter tenor vocal solo Leo Luka East ues Moines high baritone vocal so lo Paul Keeney Indianola boys small vocal chorus Ames high school string quartet Marshalltown high school chamber group of stringed instruments Perry high school chamber group of wind and stringed instruments State Center high school chamber group of wind instruments Ames high school girls small vocal group Indianola high school piano solo Velda Rine hart colo J C Bitterman Former Resident Quits Bureau Announcement has been made In Madison Wis that J C Bitterman director of the highwpy information bureau at the Madison Association of Commerce for more than 11 yeara severed his connection with that association Saturday Mr and Mrs Bitterman who will start a months tour of the Pacific northwest by rail are former resi dents of Mason City Mr Bitterman was president of the Farmers Mu tual Insurance association at one time here Before he held the office of director at Madison he was en gaged in mapping roads for a Madi son motorist organization The bureau which Mr Bitterman organized in 1917 has become one of the best known in the country i On his return he will affiliate with Madison Auto club as highway in formation director POULTRY GROUP Plans Made to Increase Size of Association Officers Declare The Upper Iowa Poultry associa tion will hold its monthly meeting Monday evening at the Chamber of Commerce rooms where plans will be made to increase the membership of the organization The associations aim it was pointed out by the officers is to build up an organization in this ter ritory strong enough to put over a shipping association which will give all members better prices for their poultry products It was further pointed out that Mason City is an ideal place in which to organize auch an associa tion because or the shipping facili ties here A few of the smaller breeders have been struggling to hold this association together past several years while larger poultry raisers are the ones who should be behind this movement and eventual ly reap the harvest that is in sight for them one of the officers add ed Plans have been made to give ex pert advice to any poultry raiser who is having any trouble with his baby chicks or old birds One or two addresses will be given CORRECTION Thru an error the GlobeGazette slated in Saturdays paper that the funeral of R E Boyle was held at the Patterson funeral home This should have been Bonner home The GlobeGazette regrets this error SMITHMCDOWELL DANCE BAND At Armory Thursday Night April 4 Eleven Pieces 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GENTS Sponsored by Drum Corps LADIES 50c H E Arquette postal clerk 010 North Washington avenue was un able to report Monday due to illness Dr W 0 Mauch DENTIST Weir Blilg Phone 873 TONIGHT APRIL Ray Keycs and his Dixie land Enlertaincrs Gents SI Ladies 25c Sponsored liy Legion Drum Corns MARSTONS Dependable Used Cars For real automobile value there is nothing like a good late model car boughtfrom a deal you can depend on INSPECT THE FOLLOWING Nash Special Coupe Extra clean extra good tires and a rare buy Victory DeLuxe Sedan Beautiful new and at a tremendous saving Dodge Senior Sedan You should check on this If you want an extra fine car at cheap car price Dodge 1928 Sedan No tougher car ever buill Fine and cheap 1926 Dodge Coupe Way Tinderpriced Packard Sedan Like new and less than half price 1927 Pontiac Landau Carefully checked Looks fine and a dandy buy at the price GET A BETTER CAR CHEAP J H MARSTON So Delaware Ave Mason City Iowa E The Voice of Progress IT SPEAKS in many tones 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