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February 8, 1934

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 5

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FEBRUARY 8 1934 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE FIVE At Mason City THEATERS LAST VISIT TO "CONVENTION CITY" Joan Blondell and Adolphe Meu- jou, in company of a strong supporting cast, make their last visit to "Convention City" Friday at the Cecil theater. A gay time is to ti had by all; even the audience enjoy watching them on their annual spree at Atlantic City as representatives of a large rubber.concern. * S S Dorothea Wleck. Swiss star who flashed to brilliance on the American screen through her sterling performances in "Maedchen In Uniform," gives another excellent performance in "Cradle Song," a picture similar in some respects to ttr picture of the German girls' school. The young lady'.s name is pronounced as if it were spelled Veek. "Cradle Song" finishes its engagement Friday at the Palace on the jr»**'^*%j1i-*s CECIL Glowing romance und u[ro n r i o 11 s laughter -- haunting s o n g s n n d vishlng dances! same bill with. "The Man Who Dared," the screen story of the life of Anton Cermak, Chicago's as- sasinated mayor. Tom Tyler heads the cast of the western film billed Friday and Saturday at the Strand theater. 'War of the-Jlange" is the title of the picture. The story deals with the struggles between cattlemen in the far west. Another chapter of "Perils of Pauline" and added attractions will also be shown. "POLICE CAR 17" BEGINS FRIDAY AT IOWA Tim. McCoy assumes a new role in the "Police Car 17" which plays Friday and Saturday at the Iowa theater when he portrays the part of a police officer detailed as a patrolman in a squad radio car. Evalyn Knapp gives Tim the will to win. Among the added attractions will be another chapter of the Buck Jones serial. "Koman Scandals," Eddie Cantor's latest picture, begins a four day engagement Saturday at the Cecil theater starring Ruth Etting and Gloria Stuart with the diminutive comedy star. This picture should be every bit as good as "Whoopee" or the "Kid From Spain." A return engagement of Jnnct Gaynor's and Warner Baxter's screen h i t , "Paddy the Next Best Thing," is billed Sunday and Monday at the Strand theater. A very clever picture of Old Ireland, thoroughly clean and enjoyable entertainment. i-. * v A.YKES AND KNIGHT STAK IN BUS FILM Lew Ayres and June Knight are the stars in "Cross Country CruiEe," Ilhivcrsal's transcontinental bus picture which begins a four day rim Saturday at the Palace on the same bill with "The Invisible Man," a triumph for photography and one of the strangest stories eve^ produced as a picture. "Second Hand Wife," another Kathleen Norris story with Sally Bilers and Ralph Bellamy in the leading roles, is billed Sunday and Monday at the Iowa. The picture follows the romance of a. businessman who. neglected by his social- climbing wife, falls in love with his secretary. COMINO ATTHACTIONS OV* OLT- ST.\ X JUNO IM I'OltTA .NC K. J'Atir, KOBKSON in "KMPKUOH ,1ONKS" "FASHIONS OF l!)S-t" William Powell, Bcttu Uiivis JOHN BAKRYMOKB "COUNSELLOR AT LAW GEORGE BANCROFT FRI. and SAT. Another old time Western star returns to tho arrccnl \ BUI STARTS 0^ Y SATURDAY'S MIDNITE SIfOW AI.SO SHOWING SUNDAV Mnsrin Clry by popular r c i i i e i f . W p uevr PHONE SSS BEFORE IT'S TOO LATE Our Baby Poco Coul \\lns by comparison. Buy your conl on our money-back guarantee. It's cusy to tiro with BABY POCO. FIRESIDE FUEL COMPANY 10T1 SOUTH' FEDERAL Mat. 15c; Eve. 20c; Children 10c with KVALYN KNAPP Also BUCK JONES "GORDON OF GHOST CITY" COMEDY AND NEWS Last Times Thursday "Bureau of Missing Persons" with Bette Davis, Lewis Stone, Fat O'Brien, Glcnda Fiurcll Comedy -- Cartoon -- Novelties NOW Hollywood has branded Miriam Hopkins, dramatic star of the movies, as a "silver blond" --c-ne of the rarest of beiuiti- fiil creatures.' To match tlio hair, ^Miriam - has bluo eyes. Born in BaiiibridRC, Ga., Miriam eanio to Hollywood via the New York stage. Clarion, Fort Dodge Debating Teams Split Decisions of Judges PEDDIE FUNERAL TO BE MONDAY M a n s i o n Was Showplace Near Emmetsburg; Wife, 7 Children Survive. EMMETSBURG, Feb. 8.--Funeral services for Alexander Peddle, 81, former wealthy Emmetsburg landowner and past grand master of the Iowa Knights Templar, who died Monday at Kansas City, Mo., will be held at the Trinity Episcopal church in Emmetsburg Monday, with the Masonic order in charge, relatives here stated. Services were held at Kansas City Wednesday afternoon in St. Paul's Episcopal cathedral, after which the body was cremated, the ashes to be brought here, accompanied by members of the family. Coming to Iowa in 1S71 from Scotland, Mr. Peddle was manager of the Scottish-American Land company in pioneer days and was instrumental in bringing many Scotch families to Palo Alto county, whose descendants still live here. The Pcddio estate, Rutland park, was a showplace here for many years, until it was destroyed by fire in 1919. Built on the shores of Medium Lake, the large three story mansion, with its private gas plant, third floor servants' apartments and expensive furnishings, was far in advance of other homes of that period. Following the death of Mr. Peddie's first wife, the former Josephine Roper of Algona, he was married to Lita Holman of Independence. ^Besides his widow, he is survived by seven children. WON'T SHIRK HANGING CLARION, Fell. 8.--High Tlif;rc Avill be no sli'irkin^ or duty on t h e (mrt of Miss Lur- Uue Humphries, above, it'^-yckir- oltl slioriff or Trij;£T county, Kentucky. » m u t t e r wlr.it MIC may be called upon to do, evrn n. b:\nginj;. She nsscrtecl "I will do my duty" when .informed that the stixte \\\\\ demand t h e death penalty for G i l h n r l j M i t c h - crson, 27, and his brother, f v a n , 21, \vho are charged w i t h criminally assaulting Mrs. Vasliti JJanistcr nnd her imic-.vrar-nld daughter, Lillio Kmla, of Trl^B" county. AUXILIARY UNITS MEETINFENTON District Committeewoman Is Heard; 88 in Kossutli County Attend. FENTON. Feb. 8.--Eighty-eight vomen of Kossuth county gathered at Fenton Tuesday afternoon to at- :cnd Uic thirty-fifth qimrterly meeting of the American Legion auxil- ary organization. Mrs. Ida Larson, Swoa-C'ty, president, presided with ill eight units represented. Titonka won the award for having the largest delegation present. Mrs. J. C. TIndcrltoner of Dritt, eighth district comiuitteewoman, gave a talk, reviewing- many of the activities and projects of the auxiliaries t h r o u g h o u t the state, complimenting Kossutli county in being 100 per cent in all its requirements. Mrs. Larson is ordering 1,00(1 additional poppies. iCach u n i t plans lo send a representative lo the Presidents' nnd Secretaries 1 convention in Des Moines Feb. JO. Algona had charge of the pep meeting and presented Superintendent Lsiing, who gave a talk on "Evcrchanging Duties Listed Under Americanism." This was followed by two vocal solos by Miss Leola. Ziegler and a humorous reading by Miss A l i c e Rist. Jury Is Selected to Try Man on Charge of Burglary at Thompson FORKST CITY, Feb. 8.--A jury nsj being selected today to try tiie cnse of O. S. Sigman o f ' F o r t Dodge on a charge of burglary of the Karl Zimmerlie garage at Thompson Nov. ·!. It is expected the trial will be started tomorrow, K. Iverson of Lake Mills, charged with selling liquor to a minor, was acquitted yesterday by a jury. First Wheat Checks Kcrcivril. G A R N E R . Feb. S.--County Ag-ont S. J. Oborhauser said the first wheat checks to bo d i s t r i b u t e d to farmers who signed tlio wheat reduction contract arrived this- week and wont to M. L. Twedt of Woden, Ray Perry of Forest City and \V. H. Stark o'f Council B l u f f s . One more f a r m e r will receive a check. Thre arc 30 wheat growers in Hancock county, the majority of them h a v i n g very small acreages. Place' Winners Named in Declam Held at Lonerock LONEROCK, Feb. 8.--The .high school declamatory contest was held. Tuesday evening in the auditorium. Winners were: Oratorical, Dorothy Docken, Bernard Reilly; dramatic, Phillip Reilly, Coila Jane Holllster; humorous, Knthryn Stebritz, Shirley Marlow. Mrs. Buttcrmore of West Bc:id was critic judge. YOUR FIRST STEP IN RECOVERY . .. Should be to step into LAIRD'S and get that PAIR OF S?IOES you've been promising yourself. Q U A L I T Y FOOTWEAR, properly fitted should have first consideration. SEE YOU TOMORROW 1-1 E. Slate St. When; Shoes Aro llenlly Kitted o nchool debate teams of Clarion and Fort Dodge held a series of four debates here Monday, two of which were decision and two non-decision. Debating the Iowa high school question on radio control, Helen Walterick and Virginia Dale, Clarion's a f f i r m a t i v e team, were defeated in the afternoon by Ruth Heggen and Virginia Williams, Fort Dodge. A decision of 2 to I was given by the three judges, H. L. Blanchard, C. S. G l a d f c t t e r and H. O. Spelman, all of Clarion. In the evening the Fort Dodge affirmative team, composed of Ruth Heggen and Virginia Williams, lost to Clarion, represented by Betty Jane Campbell and A r t h u r Nagle. by a 3 'o ! decision. The judges were C. L. Duxbury, G. R. Hill and W. A. Wintcrstein of Clarion. In the non-decision debates were Virginia Dale and Clark McNeal, Clarion's affirmative, and Jack Watson and Dick Wasem, Fort Dodge's negative; and Sam Arkoff and Ernest Ulm, affirmative for Fort Dodge, and Kirk Draheim and Richard Massey, negatives for Clarion. Clarion debaters will participate in An invitational tournament at Webster City Saturday. Directors of Lelancl Co-Operative Creamery Elected at Gathering LELANU, Feb. S.--The Lelancl Co-operative creamery company is now operating under a renewed charter that requires eight members to serve as directors instead of five as formerly. The following were elected at the annual meeting held at the parish house Tuesday afternoon: Henry Charluon, Edd O. Peterson, Albert Langentd, Harry Larson, Leonard Arne, Gisle Hume, Palmer Iiigcbrctson and Peter Haugen. The directors will meet Friday to elect officers. The certificates of stockholders are to he renewed. O. K. Storre of Kcnsett spoke on the State Brand Creamery association at Mason City. The report of business transacted during the past year with Edd O Peterson, manager, and Carlyle Hoveland, operator, was quite satis factory. An increase in the volume of business was noted. Osage Shakespearian Members Give Program OSAGE, Feb. S.--Osage Woman's club entertained the Sliakspenrean club Wednesday afternoon nt the Congregational church parlors. The guest club furnished the program, consisting- of a vocal .solo by Mrs. K. A. Kellogg, accompanied by Mrs. Ben Donsker, roll call of Shakspearean quotations, a paper by Mrs. Richard Nichols read by Mrs. B. J. Scofield, culture in United States, a group of American poems read by Mrs. J. H. Baker, Mrs. B. N. Hendricks of Kiceville, county chairman, was a guest. The Woman's club orchestra played. Mrs. Andei'son Funeral Conducted at Clarion CLARION, Feb. 8,--Funeral ser- ices for Mrs. George E. Anderson vhose death occurred .Sunday morn- ng", were held Tuesday at the Methodist church, with the Rev. W. A, \Vinterstein in charge. Mrs. Anderson was born on s arm near Toledo, Ohio in .1852. She ·esided in Clarion the past 22 ^ears. Surviving are the husband one. son, Charles and 11 grandchildren. Farmers' Creamery at Dows Is Out of Debt, Annual Report Shows DOWS, Feb. 8.--The Farmers' reaniery company of Uow.s met. Tuesday afternocn for tlio. annual ession. The past year luul been a good one and for Hie first timu, in n u m b e r of years, the c o m p a n y ' i s out of debt. The m a n u f a c t u r i n g lax of 1 cent was voted out. The follow- wcre elected: President, B. P. Taunslow; vice president, W. A. Burrows; secretary, H. J. Ivcrsim; treasurer N. L. Vnmlerl'p. Last year's directors were re-cloctod. L,. *]. Bridges, Palmer Holmes, W i l - liam Weidcman, Bert Bcrtilson and G. Weber. Dows Baseball Club to Sponsor Play March 6 DOWS, Feb. 8. - T h e Dows baseball club is sponsoring a home tul- ent play entitled "The Blue Bug" to be given March ( at the Amuzu theater. Those in the cast arc Mrs. Leota Schwleger, Mrs. Bessie Knox, Miss Lucretia Anderson.'Miss Luella Brinkman, Miss Dolores Maclolc, Jack Page, Roy Johnson, I»g"cbritsoJ3, Ray Taylor, Stewart and Carl Johnson. Kenneth F i r k i n s is conch. do roth ea WIECK in her rim A m f r f c n n Picture "CRADLE SONG" "The MAN Who DARED i?fi£~~f'* #; Knaupp of Garner Named to Jasper Bureau Post GARNER, Feb. 8.--Paul Knaupp, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Knaupp, living east of town has been appointed as assistant to County Agent Leonard H. Zahn, and has taken over the work of the Jasper County J-IT club program until July 3. Mr. Knaupp was graduated from Cor: college the lat.ter part of last August and since. Sept. :l had been employed by the Wilson Packing company at Cedar Rapida. Evelyn Frahm Files for Divorce at New Hampton NEW HAMPTON, Feb. 8.--A divorce petition was filed in the office of the district cleric of court by Mrs. Evelyn Frahm against Ernest Frahm. In her petition, Mrs. Frahm stated the two were marriec April .1!), 1033 in Bremer county and separated in September, 3933 The plaintiff alleges that the de- fenrjant deserted her and violated their marriage vows by being in the company of other women and taking other women to dances. Violet Smith of Manchester is namec as co-respondent. 3 Suffer Cuts When Car Is Ditched Near Corwith CORWITH, Feb. S.--Charles Sor ensoii, Geor/re Evans and Percy Chase received cuts from flying glass when the Sorenson car ii which they were riding went into a ditch one and one-half miles southeast of Corwith Monda; night. Charles, who was driving was blinded by the lights of an ap preaching car and turned out too far. The car was badly damagetl. Receipts of Novlhwood High Carnival Are $235 . NORTHWOOD. Feb. 8.--Gross receipts of approximately .'2:-)r were reported at the school carnival heUI Monday evening to help provide funds for the expense of sending mu.sical groups of the local school to the coming contests. K l l e r t Hove, well known member of the local high school football antl basketball teams, won tile 200 pound pig given at the cfirnivfil as the grand prise. I!) Will Compete. --Feb. .15 is the date of the home declamatory contest of the Lntimcr H. S. Nineteen pupils are competing. Boil clown the bills in one account . . . have one place to pay . . . onn debt to meet . . . Uion you'll get somewhere. dime I n . . . Phone In . . . Write I n Ask for Mrs. Simon SECURITY LOAN CO. S'21 First National Hank liuiUlinj; Hicnm 1 B U Y H E R E AND SAVE $1 N U J O L Buried nt Wooltitor.lc. K A G L E G R O V E , Feb. S.---Kuncr- al services for Mrs, lU.'iry Torp, 88, widow, were: held in Webster City Tuesday afternoon, in charge of the Rev. \V. 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