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November 30, 1933

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 10

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P" "^NOVEMBER 30 1933 MASON CITY (GLOBE-GAZETTE ELEVEN At Mason City THEATERS UWCHELL FILM WORTHY (HOLIDAY ENTERTAINMENT "Broadway Through a Keyhole," ;vhlch opened at the Cecil theater Wednesday, has all the earmarks of i Walter Winchell masterpiece and moves with the dramatic swiftness 'it the columnist's gossip as it unfolds a story of New York night iifo with its clubs, racketeers and the inevitable Tex Guinan, who has a true to life role. The characteristic phrases of the well known night club hostess are heard at intervals throughout the production which includes an excellent chorus that puts over some clever song and dance numbers. The leading roles are taken by Constance Cummings, Paul Kelly and Russ Columbo, Miss Cummings having the part of a young innocent v;ho rises in the chorus world through the friendship and assist' ance of a racketeer. The picture is well staged with nuny clever twists of true Winchell flvor. The well known Wincbell Mce is heard again and again with the information that the news papers arc on the wrong track and that the real .facts are such and such. This film runs through Friday. You will like it. # * * 'AGGIE APPLEBY 'REMODELS MEN ·"Aggie Appleby, Maker of Men" 3id two really artistic jobs at re' modeling personalities. The lamb Cbecame the lion and the lion the lamb under her unwavering insist- i,ence--the "wobble-kneed sissy" became tough; the tough gangster [softened completely. Wynne Gibson fis Aggie, Charles Farrell the sissy, |Adoniram Schlump, and William "Sargan the hard boy, Red Brana- Ihan, Zasu Pitts, Betty Furness and 3lanche Fridertci are welcome supporters. The picture plays through ''riday on the Palace double feature. "Chance at Heaven" with Joel klcCrea and Ginger Rogers is the fdded attraction on the double pro- Irani. Marian Nixon, wealthy, so- NEW BROADWAY STAGE FIND -TODAY Special Thanksgiving Attraction! come HOllg and l:mce. Headless of tho drama that stalks their every move! thisticated, plays at marriage with he poor filling station owner, McCrea, but tirea of the game. It ends happily. CHARLES ttTJGGLES STARS N PICTURE AT STRAND TTI one of the funniest full length comedies filmed this year Charles Ruggles and Mary Boland keep you virtually rolling in the aisles. 'Mama Loves Papa" is the title of his picture. Charlie is the henpecked husband who jumps from tig clerk in a large office right nto a political job where he is 'orcecl to wage a battle with grafters who are in power. This film ends Thursday at the Strand theater. "Blnck Beauty," the story of that COM5TANCE CUMJAIKGS - BUSS COLU.'JEO . PAUL KEUY · ILOSSOM With S E E t i r - G R E G O R Y Z M O f f . TEXAS GUtNAN - JODIE IOY, Jr. - FftAWCES W1LUAM5 ABE LYMAM AMD HtS BAND STARTS SATURDAY CharlesCityNews Floyd County's CWA Projects Approved by Washington Inspector CHARLES CITY, Nov. 30.--Miss Lorene Hickoek of Washington, working under the CWA was in Charles City yesterday -where she inspected all the CWA projects now In process and gave them her approval. Including all the Floyd county projects. While here she mndo a survey of some of the homes of workmen employed on CWA projects and asked wives of these workmen what they thought about cash wages being paid CWA workers over the old way as furnishing groceries by the R. F. C. One of the women interviewed said she took her husband's first check which was given him last week and went downtown and bought a beefsteak for the family. All families interviewed by Misg Hickoek were much .pleased with the new way of giving cash to men as there were many things needed that they could not get before but now they could have some of the thing-s that they really needed, under the new rule of the CWA. Dividends in 6 North Iowa Banks Announced by Dougherty, Clarion CLARION, Nov. 30.--P. V. Dougherty, bank examiner, announced payment of dividends in the following six closed banks to be made soon: Clarion Savings bank, Clarion, 10 per cent, 529,003.58; State Savings bank, Gait, 5 per cent, $2,703.71; People's Savings bank, Hardy, 10 per cent. $15,690.63; Farmers Savings bank, Livermore. 7 per cent, 54,663.28; State Bank of Livermore, Livermore, 10 per cent, 514,490.80; Thor Savings bank, Thor, 12 per cent, 529,476.11. Corn Committee Busy, NEW HAMPTON, Nov. 30.-Members of the Chickasaw county corn-hog committee and the sealers were in Des Moines Tuesday to receive instructions on the corn-hog program and get blanks. The Chickasaw county corn-hog committee includes J. H. Heald, Ionia; Louis Ben?;, Lawler, W. D. Purdy, Fred- ericksburgr, Harry Ashley, Bassett. Peter H. Lyman Body Taken to Eagle Grove EAGLE GROVE, Nov. 30.--The body of Peter H, Lyman, former local resident, who died at Bradford, 111., was brought here yesterday. Burial was made with a short prayer service at the grave by the Rev. A. S. Kilbourn of the Congregational church. When living here Mr. Lyman was a locomothive engineer on the Chicago and Northwestern railway and an employe of the company for 37 years. Bernsteti Gives Sermon. WESLEY, Nov. 30.--A union service of the Congregational and Methodist Churches of Wesley was held Thanksgiving morning at the Methodist church with the Rev. R. E. Bernsten delivering the sermon. 13 Work on Streets. SWEA CITY, Nov. 30.--Twelve men are employed in the graveling of Swea City streets under the new works act. Men employed are those who have received county aid for their families. Wesley Woman Unhurt by Bite of Tarantula WESLELY, Nov. 30.--Mrs. Fred Seefeld was stung In the finger by a tarantula while preparing dinner baskets for her children for their school lunches. She reached into a sack for bananas here the Insect was. A physician was called and medicine was made ready In case 111 effects were felt. However, the sting had not penetrated deep enough to carry into the blood stream. Grand Jury at Osaste Urges Revoking Parole OSAGE, Nov. 30.--In the case of Ina May Bergo, held for bootlegging, the grand Jury yesterday returned no indictment but recommended that parole be revoked. The case of Al Bostetter, held for receiving stolen property, was dismissed. O. M. Oyen, held on charge of malicious injury to buildings, was dismissed. Judge T. A. Beardmore adjourned court to Dec. 4. KRALL REFUSES TO PERMIT TEST Others in Chickasaw Holiday Group Let Veterinarian Examine Cows. NEW HAMPTON, Nov. 30.--Although A. J. Krall had Indicated he wag willing to have his cows tested for T. B., Dr. H. A. Dockstader of Rudd indicated Tuesday evening that he had refused to permit the test. . Certain other members of the Chickasaw Holiday association had their cows tested. Herds which were tested and for whom 15 daya notices had heen served, the time of which wag up Tuesday, included Jacob Zein, John and August Orthouse, Frank Boggea of Deerfield township and M. E. Merkle, New Hampton. The group had asked that Dr. Dockstader do the testing and Dr. B. L. Caudlll, Alta Vista, assistant federal veterinarian, consented. Paul Whiteman Introduced his niece, Dorothy Atkins, to Jerome Kern, composer, and ho made her the featured singer of Ills new operetta on Broadway. A Hollywood native, thi sis Dorothy's debut on the stage. {Associated Press I'hoto). slf-H* Delmar'B CHANCE HEAVEN STARTS SATURDAY! William Powell - Mary Asfor "Kennel Murder Case" --and-CHESTER MORRIS HELEN TWELVETREES "King for"I Night" GRAND PRIZE CHAMPIONSHIP CAKE WALK AND PUBLIC DANCE An Old Time Georgia Camp Meeting Twelve Couples Wednesday, December 13 Under the Auspices of the Senegalese Drum and Bugle Corps ThanksEtvJnff Show "MAMA LOVES PAVA" CIM.S. BUflOI.ES MABV J1OLAND EiilFKPl STARTS FRIDAY Ends Saturday THE ALL-AMERICAN FOOTBALL SCREAM! Roarl-Roarl-Rnnrl Another laugh pcnsa- ttflnl See how lie plays font bail! Never anything Ilka It tin font 'Also CHAPTER 8 OF TARZAN With VICTOR McLAGLEN GRETA NISSEN The hilarious comedy of n. coMema whose team had Htrun£ backA and trenW mlnili! ·HIST THE SHOW FOR KIDDIES .mous equine character in Ameran fiction, has been filmed with sther Ralston, Alexander Kirk- nd, Gavin Gordon, Don Alvarado nd others included in the cast. If ou liked the book you will like the cture. It plays last times Thursay at the Iowa. * * a "Christopher Bean," adapted from e play "The Late Christopher can," comes to the Cecil theater aturday for a four day engage- ent starring two of the most ca- abie performers in moving pictures oday--Marie Dressier and Lionel arrymore. This . picture can be afely recommended as good enter- linment. ·" * * HORDER MYSTERY SHARES EXT PALACE PROGRAM "The Kennel Murder Case" with Villiam Powell starring 1 In the role f Philo Vance will share the bill hich comes to the Palace theater aturday for four days with '.ICne or a Day/'..which features Chester lorris and Helen Twelvetrees n a tory of a boxer's rather irregular areer. * * t Tim McCoy's now picture "RuBty .ides Alone" comes to the Iowa Fri- ay and Saturday. The story of this estern film concerns the wars 'aged by cattlemen against sheep wners for grazing rights on the anges. Barbara Weeks has the eadtng feminine role. * a * "Rackety Rax" will show at thn Itrand Friday and Saturday. This icture is based on the amusing idea f racketeers enlarging their scope nd taking football in as one of heir rackets. Victor McLaglen and "rota Nissen play the feature rolca Two From Mason City at Charles City; Licenses Are Issued CHARLES CITY, Nov. 30.--Mrs. Eva M. Varner was married Wednesday afternoon to Albert M. Nixt, both ol Mason City, by Justice John W. McGeeney at his office in the city hall. They were attended by Florence Harding and Jasper Killier, both of Charles City. The couple will live in Mason City. Miss Dorothy Leona Jung, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Jung and Kendall Gayther, son of Ed Gayther, all of Charles City,. were married at the parsonage home of the Rev. G. A. Hess Sunday afternoon. They were attended by Mr. and Mrs, Ralph Henry, also of Charles City. After a wedding trip to South Dakota the couple will be at home iu Charles City, Mr. Gayther being employed as an attendant at the Shell service station here. Mrs. Ij. A. Jung entertained informally Tuesday evening In honor of her daughter, Dorothy, whose marriage was announced Wednesday. Those participating in the courtesy were former classmates and girl friends of the honoree. Four tables of five hundred were played and prizes awarded to the winners. At the conclusion of the evening refreshments were served. Mrs. Gayther was presented a number of attractive gifts. Marriage licenses were also Issued by the clerk of the district court to Maurice Lester Smalley of Orchard and Loretta Mae Sissell of Charles City; Victor Stauffer of Greene and Jennie Ewen of Marble Rock. Grade Operetta Given. LONEROCK, Nov. 30.--The third and fourth grades gave a Thtinks- ijiving operetta in the gymnasium ·esterday afternoon directed by ulrs.. W. G. Flaig and Mrs. Viola 3Ishop. 10 Hart-Parr Tractors Are Shipped to Italy CHARLES CITY, Nov. 30.--Ten Hart-Parr tractors, six of the larger ones, the 28-41 and four of the 1S- 28 type, have been shipped from the Charles City plant of the Oliver Farm Equipment company plant to Italy, according to information from the production department of the plant yesterday. Two hundred and thirty men are at present on a varying payroll nt the tractor plant, which means that that many men are working at different times which is a much gvcater E am O|E over a year ago when practically few were on the payroll. Clear Lake Country Club Saturday, Dec. 2 BOBBY GRIGGS and His Orchestra. He has always had a good band--now t'is better than ever. Everybody has a good time at the clubhouse-and you will, too. 40o PER PERSON IOWA Last Time Thurs. Mat. 15c Eve. 20c Child. 10i! "BLACK BEAUTY" --with-ESTHER' RALSTON ALEXANDER KIRKLA.XD Gavin Gordon - Neil Hamilton ·--Also-- MORTON DOWNEY VINCENT LOPEZ Radio Musical Comedy ami Cartoon FRIDAY - SATURDAY A COLUMBIA P I C T U R E Mat 15n Eve. 20 Child. Iflc Mechanics Push Flaming Automobile From Garage CHARLES CITY, Nov. 30.--Garage mechanics at the Chevrolet garage here, hurriedly pushed a car outside the garage when the wiring dystem of the car short circuited and caught fire and the flames enveloped the entire motor Wednesday. The .entire wiring system was burned, the motor and the hood badly damaged and the front end of the car as well as a spare tire that was on the right side of the car near the motor, before mechanics using two fire extinguishers succeeded in controlling the blaze. The entire paint job from the front of the car to the radiator was scorched and ruined. Return From Des Moines. CHARLES CITY, Nov. 30 -Mayor W. K. Carr, E. J. Waller, C. C. Smith, Carlisle Ellis and Glenn Till, were in Des Moines Wednesday' to attend a CWA airport aid conference- and to attend to other business relative to the livil works program. The aiding of airports of cities is among the CWA plans. The local airport here is owned by Carlisle Ellis. Infant Daughter's Rites Conducted at Glenville GLENVILLE, Minn., Nov. 30.-Ardell, 8 months old twin daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Adama, east of town, died Monday of infection In one of her hands. Funeral services were held yesterday afternoon at the United Brethren church. The Rev. O. p. Knootz officiated assisted by the Rev. I. R. Lewis. Plivy to Be Friday. GORDONSVILLE, Minn., Nov. 30.--A home talent three act play, "He's My Pal," sponsored by the Central Shell Rock Community club will be given at the hall on Friday evening. 511 HE. BOUGHT THEM HIMSELF HE'D BUY THEM HERE! Manhattan Shirts in the new checks and stripes; collar attached or collar-to-match, a wonderful selection at $1.95. Deluxe Ties in smart new colorings . . . all hand-made with resilient linings . . . special at $1. Flannel Robes a robe is sure to please . . . light-weight botany ' wool, plain colors . . . a feature at ?6.05. Silk Mufflers in a t t r a c t ! v o styles . . . whites and colors at 51.95. Shop In Comfort This Christmas . . . Shop Early. Everything Boxed in Beautiful Christmas Boxes. "ELL-dressed men have learned to regard this store as a natural place to buy their apparel. They know that style will be the latest; quality the highest and value the utmost for the investment. We've devoted our policy and years of intense effort to establish that reputation. It's your safeguard for a satisfactory selection for HIS gift. AT NUMBER SEVEN SOUTH FEDERAL.

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