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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 9

Mason City, Iowa
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Friday, July 5, 1935
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.tear TWO SIOUX CITY SUSPECTS HELD Captured by Police After Several Blocks Chase at Cedar Rapids. 'CEDAR RAPIDS, July 5. ( R, P, Burch, 40, and Burton Owen, 31, both of Sioux City, were captured by police after a chase of several blocks here early Thursday and held as suspects in a filling station robbery and abduction at Tama. The filling station · operator, Homer Mitchun, who was robbed of about $10 and forced to accompany the bandits to the west edge of Belle Platae where they unloaded him, Identified the suspects as the men. who robbed him. Both confessed the crime, police said. Detective headquarters revealed also that 1 Burch and Lane confessed a streetcar holdup here on June 27 in which Motorman W. C. Lane surrendered about ?14, his billfold and money changer. Police said the suspects would be prosecuted in Linn county for that crime. The men were driving a Ford V-8 bearing Woodbury county plates. Burch confessed to police, Chief of Detectives Earl Stanley said, they stole the car from a motorist near Elma, Kaos., and stole the license pjates in Sioux City. MASON CITY GLOBJB-GA2E1TE, JULY 5 « 193S Film Commutor At Mason City THEATERS One of Hollywood's most frequent transcontinental commuters is Sylvia Sidney, who hies across country to New York after each picture. Her latest is "Accent on Youth." Anderson, he said. The first term is now in full swing. Second Summer Term to Open at Waldorf FOREST CITY, July 5.--Prof. H. 0. Anderson, guest professor at Waldorf college during the summer, announced that a second term of the summer session will start in a week. Courses will be offered in education, philosophy, psychology of salesmanship, French, German, Spanish, Italian and in other subjects if desired. Those interested in taking these or additional subjects should communicate with Professor Several Aid Societies to Hold Meetings in Luverne LUVERNE, July 5.--The Lutheran Ladies' aid met Tuesday afternoon at the church with a large attendance. Plans were laid for the entertainment of the Lutheran aids of Algona, West Bend, Humbcldt, Livermore, Whittemore and Mallard, the latter place the former parish of the Rev. Mr. Whlttenberg. The meeting will be held Aug. 27. Mrs. Kate Barton was hostess for the aid Tuesday. The annual mission festival will be held at the church, Sunday, Sept. 15. EDMUND LOWE REACHES NEW HIGH As the featured player in the screen attraction billed Saturday and Sunday at the Cecil with the usual week-end stage program, Edmund Lowe reaches a new high for his very personable film appearances. In Fox Film's latest comedy- drama, "Black Sheep," which has received great ovations wherever it has played, Edmund Lowe plays' the part of a professional ship gambler who is returning to New York on the second-class deck because the cards and the horses wouldn't behave abroad. Claire Trevor, as an actress who is "walking home" from her first trip to the Continent, joins forces with Edmund Lowe to back a romance and keep a captivating adventuress, Adrienne Ames, from a desperate move involving the life of a young playboy, Tom Brown, who wouldn't play her game. The story zips merrily along in a fast comedy vein with the underlying drama coming more and more the surface. » « * STARS ARRAYED FOB NEW PALACE FILM An array of stars, plus a sophisticated story triumphantly tested first on Broadway, plus the important factors covered by "production value" equals "No More Ladies," Irving Thalberg's new produc- tion for Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, opening Saturday at the Palace. Joan Crawford and Robert Montgomery are co-starred, heading a cast which includes Charlie Ruggles, Frauchot Tone and Edna May Oliver. The co-stars were last seen together in "Forsaking All Others" and in "Letty Lynton" before that. "Ruggles of Red Gap" was Ruggles' latest. Miss Oliver played Betsey Trotwood in "David Copperfield" and Tone scored in "Lives of a Bengal Lancer." The new Crawford-Montgomery vehicle is based on the stage bit by A. E. Thomas, which completed a long run on Broadway and was hailed by critics and public alike as the most sparkling romantic comedy of recent seasons. The screen story stays close to the original, re- Friday Only AT BOTH THE CECIL PALACE DAVIS "The Girl From loth Avenue' W i t h I A N H U N T E R COLIN CLIVE and ALISON SKIPWORTH . , .7 OTHERS taining- all the comedy situations and bright dialogue that characterized the play. * * » Actual scenes of World war bafr- ties have been gathered together to make the picture, "Forgotten Men" playing through Saturday at the State. Beginning with the declaration of war and following through to the signing of the armistice, these pictures are indeed a revelation. There's always something. Elim- nating grade crossings will provide jobs, but think how it will hurt the sale of cars.--Wisconsin State Journal. Rumor of Lynching Heard in Louisiana VILLE PLATTE, La., July 5, UP, --Rumors that Adam Avie, Negro accused of attempting to attack a white woman, had been mutilated and lynched were circulated here today following his removal from jail by a mob. While some citizens said they had heard the Negro, taken from the jail Tuesday night, was lynched, others said they believed he was being held captive in a cabin near Ville Platte. MOOSE oid-Time DANCE SATURDAY NIGHT, JULY 6 Malek's Accordion Serenaders Dancing 8:30 Till 12 25c Per Person LUNCHES MOOSE HALL, CORNER SOUTH FEDERAL AND 2ND STREET S. W. Just Installed . . . Two Big 60-Inch Electric Fans. How They Blow! Dance and Keep Cool Here! Ionia. Herd Is High. NEW HAMPTON, July 5.--Joe McDonald of Ionia had the high herd in the Chickasaw county cow testing association during July according to Bernard J. Cashen, acting tester. W. H. Klotz, Fredericksburg, had the high cow, a purebred Holstein, that produced 66.8 pounds of fat. Moore of Farmers Union Will Speak at Fertil«| FERTILE, July 5.--Robert Moore of Des Moines, secretary ajd treas-l urer of the Farmers union willl speak on the street of Fertile Monday evening. BIG FUN AND THRILL SHOW Bill Cody 'The Texas Rambler" COMEDY "Unlucky Strike A Carload of Laughs Chapter ^ "The Lost City" Latest News Events OUTSTANDING DOUBLE PROGRAM SUN. MON. TUES. CHARLES LAUGHTON -- MARY BOLAND "RUGGLES OF. RED GAP" THE MOVIE SENSATION OF THE YEAR "Sequoia" with JEAN PARKER The Management wishes to call particular attention to this program as ^ * s one of the most important events of the year! Positively the most costly and expensive stage show ever booked in Mason City! Leave for California. LELAND--Mrs. Jerry Baker and daughter left for California where she will spend a month visiting her parents, Mr, and Mrs. B. Johnson. THE COOLEST SPOT IN ALL NOKTH IOWA 'URF BALLROOTI/f I ON THE SHORES OF BEAUTIFUL I V I ' CLEAR LAKE, IOWA A T * THE REAL FUN EVENING OF THE WEEK! TONITE--FRIDAY MIXED DANCE For Both Old and Young --MUSIC BYART'S NIGHT HAWKS 25c--Per Person--25c AND THE BIG DANCE SATURDAY NITE MUSIC BY RED WILSON'S ORCHESTRA 25c and 40c No other place in Iowa like the Surf! Idol of millions--Positively appearing at every performance without extra charge! Coming Wed., July 10 EDDIE DUCHIN And His Central Park Casino Orchestra ·THE ROOF ARPEN/ stand UJ) BaA ^.^^ youl . beer at our new 50 ft. bar 10 A C IKS O F T EN TS 5 0 0 P E O P L E THE WORLD'S D E U I E S T BIGSHOill $100,000 H E R D OF THOROUGHBRED HORSES Mammoth Mtnaatrit A R E N I C STARS FROM EVERY CLIME A Mighty A Cl««n Entertainment TWICE DAILY AT 2 AND 8 P. M. Tickets may lie purchased circns day at Ford Hopkins Drug store from 10 a. m. until 4 p. m. at same prices as charged at show grounds Let's Go to the fOUNTRV LAKE \^ CLUB | Saturday, July 6 TINY LITTLE And His Toe Teasers 10 piece band .... bigger and better than ever. Cooling breezes right off the lake. Iced beverages, lunches, plenty of tables. 40c per person. D A N C E Avafon Ballroom, Manly Mixed Dance SATURDAY, JULY 6th TVAYNE CAMPBELL And His Orchestra Admission 25c TUESDAY, JULY 9th BOB SNYDER And His Orchestra Ladies 25c Gents 4Qc LIKE A BLAST FEOM HELL! It's the shocking, brutal, unvarnished truth about war! 'FORGOTTEN MEN' The secret authentic films from the archives of 14 warring" nations now shown for the first time! 2nd First-Bun Hit BUCK JON "Men Without Law" with Carmellta Geraghty and Chapter Five KEN MAYNARD and Ms wonder horse "Tarzan" "MYSTERY MOUNTAIN" ALWAYS COOL STARTS SATURDAY A Heal FIv® Star # .# ^ \tfr WHEM "HARd-TO-GEr J0AN FALLS FQR"HARD~TO-HOLD"BOB ·^-jexpecf youFgayest screen Art/ ,.r_i ^'/; 'j_ --,A ' .1 _ ;He swore '{No More ladies", after he met her. But . . T " ^ * . * r ~ i * ~ ~ ' * « ^ fivhat^chance hds'arniere promise agoinst~o -\love 1 iban'dit's"\lifatiraelhabitsl^ Thel laughlnglStage^Hit 'becomes' me.happiest, tJSSwpJ!ipf.'.the.' ; \Forsaking''(, It I. '/^'. * -JH * '- . ,f^~ ^^^otttMK ROBERT MONTGOMERY I with FRANCHOT TONE CHARLIE RUGGLES EDNA MAY OLIVER Matinees 26c; Evenings 36c Inc. S. S. Tax Added Joys: MICKEY MOUSE Technicolor Cartoon GENE GLENN Musical Novelty Edwin C. Hill's Latest News MASON CITY'S FINEST THEATER S A T U R D A Y and SUNDAY The Show of Real Merit! The Biggest Vaudeville Show Yet to Play the Cecil This Season! DE LUXE ACTS VAUDEVIL 'ON THE STAGE THE SHOW THAT OUTCLASSES ANYTHING YOU'VE EVER SEEN! HEADLINERS GALORE--Featuring VERNON RATHBURN AMERICA'S ACE SAXOPHONIST AND HIS 6 - M U S I C A L M I S S E S ~ 6 IN AN "Ultra-Modern Revue" "THREE RHYTHM REDHEADS" "SINGING THE BLUES" JACK GOLDIE "ACE OF SPADES" Three CHEERS "FUN ON THREE HICKORY STICKS" Joe and Eddie Dayton "TWO KNOCK-A-BOUTS" POWER'S SEVEN MUSIC MASTERS ·ON THE EXGJTEMENT BLAZES! LAUGHS ABOUND! ATTEND THE SATURDAY MATINIESI 3 HOURS OF SUPERB ENTERTAINMENT! TILL 6 P. M. EDMUND Ml · . lone -wolf ihip gambler r; wha wiie- cracict h« wcy int peril- CLAIRE TREVOR ... actress who pla the most reckless ro! of her life to save desperate youth. TOM mm ...mitguicUd playbo in th* pow«r of scheming woman. MIDNITE SHO W--SA TURD A VHP. FOLLOW THE FUN CROWDS TO THE CECIL! THE ONLY STAGE SHOW IN ALL NORTHERN IOWA!

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