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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - March 11, 1929, Mason City, Iowa MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE MONDAY MARCH 111929 LAKE MUSICIANS PLAGE FIRST IN COUNTY CONTEST Rockwell Is Second With Plymouth in Third Position A jP 59 Dainty ror liny lot GLOBEGAZETTE 15 CENT PRACTICAL PATTERN Clear Lake hlgli school musicians wop first place In the second annual Cerro Gordo county music contest held at the local high school auditor ium Saturday afternoon with Rock well Plymouth Thornton and Swale dale Rockwell placed second with four firsts and three seconds and Ply mouth took third place with three firsts and three seconds Thornton won two seconds and one third and Swaledale got one first 4 Competition between Rockxvell and Clear Lake was keen In practically every division Musicians from these schools shared honors in Che ma jority of the departments Lalieis Are Strung In the boys vocal division Vern Jensen of Clear Lake was awarded first place with the selection The Clans ot the Forge Second place was won by Milton Geer of Rockwell who sans Who Is Sylvia Kathleen JlcCorrnick of Clear Lake was the winnner of first position in the vocal solo division She sang Songs Jly Mother Tausht Me Second place went to Hazel Zlegler of Rockwell whose selection was Song Third place went to Una Hodson of Plymouth who sang a selected piece Playing Old Homo Down on the Farm baritone solo John Roys Win nie of the Clear Lake high school took first place in the brass Instrument solo division Second place was won by Douglas Hoy also of Clear Lake who played Heliotrope Floyd Bruce of Thornton was awarded third nosi tion with The Rosary riymuulli Swaledale Places Plymouth romped away with all honors in the string instrument divi sion Vlckerman getting first in the violin solo group with The Flower Song and Mable Davleg re ceiving first place award in the cello solo group with One Fleeting Hour Firsts were won by Swalcdalo and Cfear Lake in the woodwind and reed Instrument division Louis Clark of Clear Lake took first honors In the clarinet solo group with Italian Ro mance and Don Carr of Sivatedale wns declared the leading saxophonist with The Rosary Second place In the clarinet Kolo group wns won by Oren Henry of Thornton with Schon I Rosemarien anu second place in the saxophone solo group went to May Schnmaker of Thornton with a select JVeii number Prank Fjersol Rockwells entry aued first in the piano solo division Itooic seooVidlrspiipe i wltii Grande March aeConeertei and Francis Chls Jiolm ot Plymouth won third place nlth The Scarf Dance v Rockwell RlR Scorer With the numbers How Glad With Smiles Rockwell won first place in be mixed chorus division Rockwell also took first honors fn the boys small vocal group with the numbers A Gypsy Song and Mighty Lak a Clear Lake pot second in the hoys small vocal group with Jolly Clear Lake slipped in for another first In the girls small vocal group singing The Venetian Love Song and MariaMarl Rockwell won sec ond with The cradle Song and Oh That We Two AVere Maying Clear Lake and Plymouth were the only entries in the orchestra competi tion Plymouth getting first place March Romaine and A Song In the Night Clear Lake getting sec ond place played Mnrclio Romaine and Three Moorish Dances Girls Competition Keen keenest competition of the en tire contest wns In the girls glee club division Clear Lake placed first Rockwell second and Plymouth third Each glee club sang While Shep herds Watched Their Flocka by Night Rockwel was awarded first place in the boys glee club division with The Tolly Plough Boy and Old King Cole and Clear Lake with The Jolly Plough Boy and Blow Blow Lotv toolc second place Judges In the contest were Gerald Tl Prescott Ellen Smith and Marjoria Smith members of the local high school music faculty The local high school did not com pete In this contest but the Btrlns quartet under the direction of Jtar jorla Smith played aeveral courtesy numbers as dlfl Clear Lake high school band of which John Kopecke Jr is the director PATTERN 1317 fiLOBEGAZETTB 15 CENT PRAC TICAL PATTERN Tiio very tiniest tots areusing prints for their new spring and sum mer frocks in tho gayest of colors aid designs Pattern 1317 Is a simple lit tle frock fashioned of printed percale or gingham and cleverly trimmed with collars and pockets Long sleeves are very comfy for the first Goalless days tho ot course they maye bo mado short if one wishes Red blue and yellow are favorite colors in materials shown for young sters Unusual designs of flowers and fruits are printed on white grounds White pique Is used for collar cuffs anti pockets May be obtained only In sizes 2 4 and S Size 4 requires 314 yards print ond yard plain fabric 40 inches wide This model Is easy to moke No dressmaking experience Is necessary Kach pattern comes to you with sim ple and exact Instructions Including yardage for every size A perfect fit guaranteed Patterns will be delivered upon re ceipt of 15 cents in coins carefully wrapped or stamps Be sure to write plainly your name address style number and size wanted Our latest fashion book will be sent upon receipt of 10 cents In coin Ad dress all mall and orders to Mason City GJobeGazette Pattern Depart ment 243 West Seventeenth street New York City SEVEM LATE PAYMENTS ADD PENALTIES Distinction Made Between Failure and Wilful Failure 1317 PLANS MADE FOR SPRING OPENING Merchants Buy Thousands of Dollars Worth of New Merchandise Elaborate preparations are under way for the annual spring opening of Mason City retail merchants which this year will begin with the unveil ing of windows at p m Wednes day and continue thruout the remain der of the week Merchants have gone to considerable expenso in arranging colorful window displays and thou sands of dollars worth of new swing merchandise hag been added to the stocks of all stores The latest in styles and fabrics will be on display whero the general pub lie will be given an opportunity to get a jjllmpso of the wearing apparel which will be in vogue U s season ers how s annual ractlcally Citv is The wearing apparel reta ever are not alone in tl apring opening event as every merchant in Maso showing a sample of his new spring stock of goods These spring openings each year bring In a large influx of buyers from a wide radius While each day of the event sees large crowds here the opening night usually brings out the record attendance for the first glimpse of tho numerous spectacles to be viewed in the various windows INCOME TAX IN A NUTSHELL WHO Sinelo persons who had net Income of JlGOO or moro or gross Income ot J500D or moro and married couples who had net In come of or more or gross In como of or mora must file returns WHEN Tho filing period ends March 15 1029 W11EKE Collector of internal revenue cfor the district In which the person lives or has hla prin cipal place of business Instructions on Forms 1010A and 1040 AVIIAT One and onehalf per cent normal tax on the first In excess of the personal exemp tion and credits Throe per cent normal tax on tho next Five per cent normal tax on tho balance of tho Income Surtax on net In coms In excess of 25 per cent the amount tho tax unless a return Is later filed and it Is satisfactorily shown to the Commis sioner ot Internal Revenue that such failure was due to a reasonable cause and not to wilful neglect if a tax imyer exercised ordinary business care and prudence and nevertheless was unable to filo a return within tho prescribed time the delay Is due to n rpasonable For wilful failure to make a return the penalty Is no moro tlian or Imprisonment for not more than one year or both and In addition 25 per cent of the amount of the tax For wilfully making a false or fraudulent return the penalty Is not moro than or imprisonment for not more than 5 years or both and In addition 50 per cent of the amount of tho tax MOOSEHEAltT REGION Women of the Moosehenrt Legion will hold its regular session Tuesday evening at oclock at the ISaRln hall followed by a card party tor membDrg and friends Father Is coming up In tho world This year be tied with Liiuly In the vote of Yale seniors for tho man they admire Courier No 33 Various penalties aro imposed by the statute for failure to file a return and pay tho tax on time and for mak ing fraudulent return Distinction is made between failure and wilful fail ure to file a return For failure to file a return on time the penalty Is McCoys Puts Weight On Weak Skinny Men Hollows in In tho sides of In dont you do something to make your KcIC look like a real man McCoys Tablets put on only that but they build up your gen eral health and you stronger and more eiiorgretfc McCoy uikos all the IhiH ironclad guarantee If at tor taking sixty cent boxes of McCoys or 2 One Dollar boxes any thin under weight man or woman doesnt praln at least 5 pounds and feel completely sat isfied with the marked Improvement in money will be turned Just ask for McCoys Tablets at any 1 nitr stoiO n America HEAPPOINTED Brig den Frank T Hints ftliove who has been rcanpohitcd by President Hoover us dircolor nt tho veterans biimm a position do has held sinco 1923 Violators of Volstead Act Loyal Donors Fines and Forfeitures Total Over Weekend Handling ami drinking of Intoxi cating liuor cost t reo men a total of 513725 another began a jail sen tence of 30 days nnrl two others have yet to fnce hearings on clmvpos oi liquor law violntlons as a result of activity of tho polite over the week end Geoipc Sorenon ntul Joe Betlitr with violation nt city onll nanee 2110 forfeited txpearnnci bonds of S5Sro each and David nr rcstoii fop alleged Intoxication chose to forfeit a bond of rather tlinn appear beforePolice Ivowcll I Forbes J Miller began a sentence Monrlny morning when lie flitted In nny fines toalins SIjr after pleading guilty to charges of violation o city ordinance 230 and Intoxica tion 11 of lion Ordinance 230 covers Illegal posses sion and tinnsporilnfr o Intoxicating llqnor and maintaining an intoxicating 1uiiior nuisance John Miller of Osnire was taken In custody Saturday night and charged Intoxication Tlio officer making the arrest claims to have found a nation of alcohol in Millers posses rtltm Tho case of O II Cook charged with intoxication was continued un til p jn Monday and Mltlari case also was continued I 0 T O Xelotes Zimnna number 30 will iHnnna number 30 TTJ1 niuet Monday evening Mnrch 11 nt oclock In tho I O F parlors Curd party in hull at S oclock Ro freHhmtnts will he sprved NEUMONIA Call a physician Then begtt emergency treatrrorjt VICKS V VAPORuo Oocr 2 J Million Vd Yartf Mail Delivery Route Established Last Fall Gets Carrier Postmaster George M Woodruff has been authorized by tha United States Postoffice Department to ap point an additional city mail carrier effective 1 Recommendation for an additional city carrier was mado by the local postmaster last fall and notlco of authorization received by Postmaster Woodruff Saturday Dne to the increased growth oj the city a new route was established last fall after tho service time on exten nion routes had totaled eight hours and eince that time a substitute car rier lias served the route He will now be appointed as regular carrier Establishment of this route has giv en a large number of patrons delivery service and now that the postmaster has been authorized to appoint an ad ditional carrier those patrons willibo assured of regular service R C CMJU The Q R C club will meet Wed nesday evening nt R oclock at the homo of Mrs TV R Rroirn 4 Dala builling Asclsting hostesses are 1enoro Cans and Dora Licsvcld For a Limited Time new Universal Porcelain Coal JL with its beautiful color combination and distinctive design is a range that any woman vroald be proad to call her own It has no exposed bolts or collecting its smooth porcelain finish is as easily cleaned as a china eliminating the backtiring task of daily clean ing and polishing Its mechanical features include every mod ern improvement and device which would increase 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