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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - May 15, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                AftLLl MASUN U1TY GLOBEGAZETTE JUNIOR PLAY TO BE GIVEN MAY 17 The Whole Towns Talking to Be Presented Friday i at High School The junior class play The HTiole Tojvus Talking will be presented in the high school auditorium at Friday May 17 The play is a screamingly fuany three act farce Miss Eva Treman is the director This Is the last school play of the year The cast for the play Isas follows Anute the maid Berma Shefloe Uxi driver Richard DeVoe Mra Simmons Miriam Marsten Mr Simmons Russell Wright Ethel Stnjmons Dorothy Hageii Roger ShieldsJames Patchen Donald Swift Garland Haggcrty LUa Vio let Ludlow Sally Martha Jones and Letty Lythe Rainona Liesveldt Most of these students are in school dramatics a fact which promises to lend variety to the en tertainment However Miriam Mar sten appeared In the all high school play last OctobeV Ramona Liesveldt i nlso had a part in The Dud Tickets The Whole Towns Tftllc ing ore now on sale LSeats may be reserved at the high school offic after 3 oclock Thursday May 16 W Rose and Charles W Pickert ing secretary of the Journeymen Prominent among the discussions of the convention was the move ment to ally bartering with college education and the establishment of classes thruout the country in which older barbers are being taught the latest improved meliiodo MASTERlTARTS DEGREE IS GOAL IOWA GRADUATES 375 at University of Iowa Greatness of California Compliment to Iowa Lions Told by C H Plattenburg That This State Has system is distinguished too f i i f iv J T I 4i ti Leadership for West Is Blessing He Says Thompson Elected Vice President of Journeymen Barbers ft E Thompson of the OK bar ber shop of this city was elected one of the vice presidents of the Iova Journeyman barbers at the joint state convention of the Associated Master Barbers and the Journey men Barbers International Union held in Waterloo Monday and Tues day OUier officers of the journey men barbers elected arc Lew W Skinner of Council Bluffs president R B McMaster of Ottumwa G H Hicks of Dubuque and Jack Casey of Fort Dodge vice presiUents Iowa Master Barbers named H L Coats of Cedar Rapids as presi dent and I L Pursell of Creston vice president Other barbers from this city in attendance at the convention weri W H Davis Emil Rachut and Vern Brown Stanley Smith of Clear Lake also attended the meet ings Speakers at the convention in cluded Governor John Hammill Ot to Ewert president of the Master Barbers Dr Henry Albert the Rev Thomas Niven C Wentzell N Candidates for ML A Diploma IOWA CJTY May ad vanced degree of master of arts is the goal of the greatest number of students in the University of Iowa graduate college accordingto a ro port by Dean CarB Seashore Throe hundred seveniyftve stu dents more than half of those listed as approved candidates for degrees are working towards the master of arts diploma During the current year and lha summer session of 1028 registra tion in the graduftte college totalled 2074 but of this number only men and women have been placed upon the approved list Dean Sea shores report reveals On the list are 154 students whos aim is the highest academic awar degree of doctor of phlloso phy and 121 who seekthe mister o science award Only 450 of the registrants in tlv college sought no dfgrecThe list shows 974 candidates for degrees not yet approved that the student has not yet made a satisfactory beginning in the inves tigation of problem and has not announced his thesis subject AT THE Clyde Thompson Cbrwith ieft the ark hospital Tuesday alter a minor peration Mrs J D Willson 313 South Delaware avenue was admitted to he Park hospital Tuesday for reatment Hennell James Jr 242i South efferson avenue submitted to a minor operation at the Story hos ital Wednesday Will Floy Thornton submitted to major operation at the Mercy ospltal Tuesday Louis Bell Brooklyn N Y was drnitted to the Park hospital ay for treatment The greatness of California is a compliment to Iowa and the exodus of Hawkeyes lo the western slat is in fact a blessing in disguise rather than a curse This view was expressed Wednesday noon by C H Plattenburg of Cedar Rapids and Clear Lake in an address before the Lions club at the Han ford Since the earliest civilizations said the speaker there have been certain lands which served as re servoirs for the leadership of the world Specific reference was made lo the Gauls and the part they playedin the development of Euro pean culture and to the New Eng land states with their impres Upon the national life of America Iowa he concluded is in thp sain position with respect to California And Iowas principal blessing is it climate Should Bo Proud We should thank Providence Iv asserted for the extremity of ou Seasons Its the best climate on earth to produce great men and women We should be proud of the part Iowa has played in building uj this great western empire Without of new blood sturdy bodies and progressive ihinds it was inferred California would be in danger of disintegrat ing under a soporific influence of a sunshine and balminess Aborigine Indians who occupied the present territoiy of southern CaJiforcis were said to be of the lowest orJei known to the American continent The early part of Mr Plattet burgs talk was given over to the discussion of lunceon clubs as the logical outgrowth of an ancient aac attached to the breaking f bread as between man and man This has ever been a symbol of trust and confidence Have Been Potent Force Luncheon clubs he pointed out in levelopment of this idea have been a potent force in breaking down usplcion between men of a com munity In fact it has gone further nd reduced international and inter acial hatreds altho there remains much to be accomplished inthis di ection Service clubs too said Mr Plat enniirg have had their part in pro moting business ethics in America almost the only country which oper ates on a basis of fair fixed prices nstead of bartering The American by the factthat every item of goods carries its guarantee long ago the f rule let the buyer beware passed 1 out of the picture Bought on Credit In Venice he observed my wife actually purchased merchan dise on credit The merchant told lifr Youre from America I know youll pay me In Japan I had an opportunity to buy goods and have the bill to me at Clear Lake Thats the reputation Ameri ca has today in other lands of the earth Visitors of tKe club included Nor man Brown ol Cleveland Ohio mette 111 88 and R E 96 Others who passed are H W Anderson Iowa City H A Allrcd jDes Moines L J Arney Iowa City J Bagon Brooklyn N Y L O Behrens Sterling 111 R L Birkholz Charles City T A Bond Des Moines P B Campbell West Side R E Cooper Marion A F Easter Bonaparte F C Fisher Cedar Rapids J L Field Des Moines R N Guzzle Mariau K R HamiltonIowa City R W Hawley Fort Dodge R P Jurgeu sen Clinton L J Kaiman Glen wood G G Klingaman Garner J R Morris Waterloo C McClar andIowa City C I Stoeckfe Fori Madison H H Schumaker Ster ling HI H M Sampson Delia R R Tompkins Jvlarcngo B C Webber Ottumwa Wett T YVick Skowbo stein Dayenport w Iowa City and S W Emmctsburg XT I Dickinson N Dak rA B Cook of I Of the the GibbsCook Tractor company was introduced to the club as a new member Delegates to the district Lions club convention in Council Bluffs nest week were announced Falls ranch is to behold at auc More about by President John C Shipley aa fol lows Shipley Marshall Oilman Hal Irons and Wagner alternates Sattler Davcy Knesel Holub Shaf fer and Myer Dr C M Starr G E Cress and W A Westfall will also attend The speaker was introduced Dr M M McMichaels the mills grind slowly and the came going thru the needles eye NewsRepublican A car will not slay in the road by when the driver goes to sleep at the wheel And that is the way with a business Carthage Tress ISK Markley returned neclay from Washington where lie attended the sessions of the Ameri can Law institute the past week 37 PASS LIFE SAVING EXAMS Iowa Men Qualify for Red Gross Awards Three Perfect Scores IOWA CITi May seven Untversity of Iowa men have passed the severe tests for the Am erican Red Cross life savingcertifi I cates D A Armhruster swim ming coach has announced The number of successful candi dates equals that of 1921 the record ear and brings the university total or the past nine years to 280 The perfect record of 100 per cent vas made by three Morgan Waterloo William M Veld Marshalltown and Raymond i Mohl New York N Y In the series of nineteen tests six ther men scored between 95 and 00 per cent Coach Armbrustcr ie lared They are J C Cookmau Oskaloosa and W W Wallace Council Bluffs 98 W McCulIey Dmaha Nebr R L Larsen Fort Dodge and H R Macalister Wil Married Life Not Worth While Blames Wives Nervea a New York doc tor recently in my estimation wreck more happily married lives than any other cause Besides making the sweetest dispo sition sour and irritable nervousness 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tire new battery slip covers 1920 Stutleliaker Special 6 Coupe with rumble seat Must bo seen to be appreci ated Complete Ottier Exceptional Values NO GASH NEEDED FOR MANY OF THESE CARS IF YOU HAVE A GAR TO TURN IN S50 buys this1923 Ford In running Instead of walk Como In and See Other Bargains at 950 575 Slno buys any of Ford Coupe 1924 Touring glass curtains 3825 Coach Big Tires 1925 Chevrolet Coacli 1023 Hudson Coach 1924 Dodge Coupe Six more at this good running con dition You cant Afford to walk buys this Ford Coupe reflnlahed in blue Duco with slip covers bumpers ana many good buy for a traveler Other 1925 Hupp Coupe 1925 Dodge Coupe wire 1926 Essex Coach special blue Buco finish 1924 Hudson Coach good 1924 Buick Coupe 1935 Coach Many must go 1928 Chevrolet Coach 5475 Upholstery clean Practically new rubber Reconditioned for thousands of miles of splendid sonice 1929 Fqrd Coupe Model A with plenty of extras Quiet motor Looks and runs like new 1928 Nash Special Coupe Just nicely broken in Paint and rubber In perfect con dition Very good value 1828 Pontiac Coach Only a few miles used of the thousands built Into this car 1928 WhippetCoach 5395 A bargain for n man who wants a small car for himself or his wife Good motor runs very quiet 1927 Whippet Coupe Priced below market for quick sale Sen this comfortable little car Five goodtires and spotltglitj 1927 ERSCX Coach little used Has original tires and paint Will give practically nciv far service 1928 Essex Coach In excellent shape Motor like new new jmint and new rub ber Wo guarantee this car Memorial Park Cemetery Is a Progressive Mason City Development 1928 Essex Super Six Coupe Now car guar antee and service All new tires and ex Huicli Std Six Sport Roadster Bumpers 2 spares side shields Many oilier extras Perfect Lap 1928 Hudson Std Sedan New beautiful blitn duco Complete equipment Kejjuliir new car gimrahtee nnti otor Company PHONE 11 S3 ner HUDSONESSEX SALES AND SERVICE MASON CITY IOWA 1 BLOCK SOUTH OF POSTOFFICE MENOR1AL PARKi CEMETERY MASON CITX IOWA The Modern Idea of Parks This is the second season for Memorial Park It is rapidly developing into one of the show places of this section wil contmuc to grow m beauty for years lo come The management announces that IhA 0 O as ell as the entrance pillara will be erected this spring Thousands of tulips will soon be in making TsSTwell worth drivmg miles to see The floral program for this year is very large Drive in with your family any time The experience of 20 years and the completion of 10 ceme teries ASSURES The Permanence and complete beantifieatio OF MEMORIAL PARK Park Plan Nonsccetarian Perpetual Care AFFORDING THE BEST THAT CAN BE TO PEOPLE OF THIS CITY Memorf Park Cemetery and Mausoleum Co of Iowa Rooms i1 I Phone M I 4   

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