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Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, January 9, 1936
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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, JANUARY 9 1936 FIVE At Mason City THEATERS CECIL FILM SPARKLES. Performances by Herbert Marshall, Jean Arthur, Leo Carrillo ana Lionel Slander in "If You Could Only Cook," playing through Friday at the Cecil, sparkles with both subtle and obvious comedy. Aside from the continual, rapid-fire exchange of repartee between Marshall and Hiss Arthur, Carrillo's interpretation, of. the role of a retired racketeer is outstanding. * * * Comvay Tearle, Bod La Kocque, Reginald Denny and Bryant Washburn are being cast in the leading roles of a new murder mystery to be titled "Preview." * * * Charles Slarrett, after rather indifferent success in several attempts at heavier roles in the film, has evidently decided, or had it decided for him, that a reasoning campaign was- in order. At any rate, he has been farmed out to Columbia's western thriller producers, and makes his debut as a rough and tough cowboy in "Gallant Defender," playing Friday and Saturday at the Strand. On the same bill is another Columbia film, "The Public Menace," starring Jean Arthur with George Murphy and Douglas Dumbrille. The latter film deals with the romance of a young reporter of DANCE Fri., Sat. OLD TIME FRIDAY ART'S NIGHTHAWKS 26 C -- per Person -- 26c Modern Dance NEW LOW PRICES LADIES GEMS l l C Included 41C FRANK ROBINSON And His Orchestra Saturday NOW--ENDS FRIDAY He save np million* for her: fShc save up ft park bench for him! HERBERT MARSHALL JEAN ARTHUR "IF YOU COULD ONLY COOK" With LEO CARR1I.LO Coming Saturday Hitting a new Msh note In college musicals! STARTS SAT., JAN. 18 CHARLES DICKENS' "A TALE OF TWO CITIES" CONTEST DATES ARE ANNOUNCED Floyd County Declamatory Meets, Cage Tourney Are Scheduled. CHARLES CITY, Jan. 9.--Plans for declamatory contests, music festival and basketball tournament were made Wednesday at a meeting of the Floyd county schoolmasters. On Feb. 18 divisional contests will start. Charles City, Marble Rock, Colwell and Floyd will compete at Colwell and Nora Springs, Rudd and Rockford will compete at Rockford. Second place winners in home meets will be eligible for the Feb. 18 competition, he winners of Feb. 18 will later meet second place win- nei-s in the state series. Supt. I. B. Larson of Marble Roclc and Leo Shula, chairman of the county music festival committee, announced the festival would be the second week in May. The basketball tournament will be Feb. 21 to 22. ships' news and a manicurist and their cagey capture of a gangster. A * * MAY ROBSON IS GREAT-GRANDMOTHER. May Robson, "grand old lady" of the screen, is now a great-grandmother, her grandson and his wife having recently become the parents of a daughter whom they named May Robson Gore. The veteran actress is now appearing on the Palace program as the leading character in "Three Kids and a Queen." On the same bill is "Remember Last Night." Four juvenile players are outstanding in the first film: Charlotte Henry, Frankie Darro, William Benedict and Billy Burrud. * * * Tivo first run pictures, "Waterfront Lady" and "Timber War," opened Thursday to play through Saturday at the State. Ann Rutherford, a new find, makes her debut in the first film, while Kermit Maynard stars in the second. Infant Sou Buried. ALTA VISTA, Jan. 9.--Twin sons of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Kobliska, who were born Sunday afternoon, were buried in Ml. Calvary cemetery here Wednesday. One son, David, died Monday, and the other Richard, died Tuesday forenoon. PALACE NOW SHOWING MAY ROBSON " in "3 Kids and a Queen" --and-"Remember Last Night" Starts Saturday: MARGARET SULLAVAN in "So Red the Rose" --and-- "Powdersmoke Range" with HARRY TAJIKI' " ' HOOT GIBSON with "Bmils" .Maliory, Boh Stei'lc. Tom Tyler. Glllnti \\Hllnms. \VUHam Farnum, \Villlam Desmond. "Buzz" Barton, \VnlIy Wolcs, Art Ml*, Buffalo Bill. -Jr., Buddy Boosevelt, Franklin Farnum. Sam Hardy, Ray Mayer. BIG FIRST RUN PROGRAM PETER B. KYIS Stirring Story o Conquering of the "GALLAF DEPENDS with Charles Starrett Joan Perry HI if; TB'S the West! s T T ;R" ! '1 Blasting 1 a Cord "TH M "ROARING WEST" NEWS FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Her Way Through so of Killers to Get E PUBLIC ENACE" with Jean Arthur George Murphy ENDS THURS., "ANNA HAKENINA" - "PARIS IN THE SPRING' 1 Riot and Sudden P«ath as Rival Mills Battle! LUCILLE LUND LAWRENCE GRAY ROBERT WARWICK WHEF' FIR OAKMAN ' Si Now Showing Rutherford * City An unusual story of a girl who Ijravcd the law for love I FRANK ALBERTSON J. FARRELL MACDONALO BARBARA PEPPER GRANT WITHERS Chapter No. 8, Tarznn CURRENT FEATURES CECIL--Ends Friday, "IJ You Could Only Cook." PALACE--Ends Friday. "Three Kids and a Queen" and "Remember Last Night." STRAND--Ends Thursday, "Anna Karenina" and "Paria in Spring." Starts Friday, "Gallant Defender" and "Public Menace." STATE--Through S a t u r d a y , "Waterfront Lady" and "Timber War." CLEW FOUND TO EFFIGY HANGING Clerk in Ames Store Says She Sold Cloth Like That Used. AMES, Jan. 9. UP)--Police had a clew today to the identity of the persons who hanged in effigy the six supreme court justices who ruled against the AAA. Chief W. J. Cure discovered a clerk in a West Ames variety store who said she sold 12 yards of cloth that matched the goods which represented the judicial togas found on the effigies. Mrs. John Cleveland, the clerk, said she sold the cloth and a half dozen wire coat hangers to "about six men." The cloth was draped over coat hangers to represent the togas of the effigies. Bee de Vore, another sales clerk, corroborated Mrs. Cleveland's statements. Cure said he was not positive the goods on the effigies was the same as that Mrs. Cleveland sold the men, but he asserted he was checking every lead. The sales women said they were not positive as to the ages of the men making the purchases. The- effigies were discovered just off the Iowa State college campus early Tuesday morning. College officials discounted a suggestion that it may have been a school boys' prank. HOWABDlOUNTY JURORS TO MEET Judge Goheen of Calmar to Preside; Three Criminal Cases Scheduled. CRESCO, Jan. 9.--Petit jurors are summoned to appear Monday with Judge T. H. Goheen of Calmar presiding. The bar calendar shows three criminal cases to be tried at this term, 165 civil cases and 157 probate causes. Grand jurors for the year are C. W. Nast, Vernon Springs; Ed Crowe, Howard Center; Lars Anderson, Chester; Otto Halweg, New Oregon; Albert Lauck, Howard; Walter Peter, Forest City; John Doyle, Jamestown; Elmer Blomgren, Albion; Theo. Heller, Afton; George Clynch, Paris; Clark River, Oak Dale; C. F. Viebrock, Saratoga. Petit jurors called for this term are Earl Schroeder, Howard; John Murray, Afton: Frank Slifka, Vernon Springs; Mamie Kintz. Chester; S. A. Christiansen, Cresco; Alice Buchanan. Forest City: John Andera. New Oregon: Harry Clark, Afton; John Costello, Jr., Albion; Pauline Fencl, Cresco; Frank Ferrie. Cresco; Agatha Herold, Cresco; Will M. Herold, Cresco; Nora Walsh, Cresco; Anastacia Conley, Paris; W. S. Smith, Cresco. Roy Gagen, Saratoga; Elizabeth Pecinovsky, Cresco; Virgil Reinhart, Vernon Springs; Charles Lemon, Vernon Springs; Helen Hall, Cresco; Edward E. Shields, Howard Center; Teresa Biever, Paris; Earl Wilson, Cresco; Francis Gray, Forest City; R. J. Bronner, Albion; Harry Herplinck, Cresco; Dan Wor- ple, " Afton; Robert Plagmann, Jamestown; James Andera, New Oregon; Max Peckham, Cresco; Anna Knight, Oak Dale; Joseph Hubka, New Oregon; Hugo Bentrup, Howard; N. W. Rink, Vernon Springs. BACKACHE Flush Kidneys of Waste Matter, Poisons and Acid and Stop Getting Up Nights 35 CENTS PROVES IT When your kidneys are clogged and. your bladder is irritated and passage scanty and often smarts and burns you need Gold Medal Haarlem Oil Capsules, a fine harmless stimulant and diuretic that always works and costs but 35 cents at any modern drug store. It's one good, safe way to put healthy activity into kidneys and bladder--you'll sleep sound the while night thru. But be sure and get GOLD MEDAL---right from Haarlem in Holland--you are assured of results. Other symptoms of weak kidneys a.nd irritated bladder are backache, puffy eyes, leg cramps; moist palms. I. 0. 0. F. Hall HAMPTON,, IOWA Saturday, Jan. 11 Art's Nighthawks Uidies l.'.c (icnls 35 GOOD RECORD BY HOSPITAL MADE Cost Per Inmate Decreases at Cherokee, Auditor Storms Reports. DBS MOINES. Jan. 9. (.Vl~C. W. Storms, stale auditor, reported today a check of the state insane hospital at Cherokee showed the institution, "made a very good record" for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1935. Storms explained an audit filed by G. S. Worden, supervisor of stale audits, showed per inmate costs decreased from $221.45 lor the previous year to 5210.22 despite mounting food costs. The total net operating cosls ot the institution were cut from $358,:.17.98 to $346,428.67, a reduction of 511,889.31, while the average number of inmates a month increased from 1,618 to 1,618, the report said. Shows Administration Efforts. "The consistent reduction of operating: costs is especially commendable, particularly during a period o: increasing commodity prices, as it would indicate that the administration is constantly endeavoring to keep the operating costs of the institution down to a minimum," VVor- dcn said in the "comments" section of the report. State checkers found that the total average number of employes decreased from 186 to 172 and total salaries and maintenance for em- ployes was $146,940.13 tor the fisca'. year, a decrease of $9,587.20 compared to the previous fiscal year. Supply Control Urged. "This decrease in salaries and maintenance represents approximately 81 per cent of the total decrease in. operating expenses," the report said. Farm and garden operations netted a profit of $17,519.77 for the year, but industries lost $2,077.07, the report stated. The auditors recommended a more rigid control of supplies and appointment of a bonded employe to care for funds of inmales. Similar recommendations have been made for other stale institutions. Storms said. Recommendations RIadp,. recommendations included: "That the refrigerators be placed under the jurisdiction of the storekeeper as soon as possible and that all supplies of a perishable nature be placed under record control and that daily withdrawals be made there- from in the approved manner. "That all moneys received by the institution and intended for the use of the inmates be received at the central office by a bonded officer or employe and that a receipt be issued in every instance." Funeral for Macomber Held at Forest City FOREST CITY, Jan. 9.--Funeral services were held Wednesday afternoon for Burton N. Macomber, 68, former Forest City businessman who died of pneumonia early Saturday. The services were in charge of the local Masonic lodge of which the deceased was a member and were held at the Congregational church with the Rev. Mr. Hoon of Garner assisting. Mr. Macomber was in business in Forest City for many years, operating a hotel and cafe and at one time managing a lumber yard. He is survived by a sister, Mrs. Selma Dixson of Iowa Falls and a brother, Charles of Ardmore, S. Dak. Alta Vista Creamery Business Is $188,000 ALTA VISTA, Jan. 9.--Patrons of the Alta Vista Farmers Mutual Creamery association met in Municipal hall Tuesday. The meeting was attended by a large crowd. A. C. Bandle. president, presided and Carl White, secretary, read the reports. The annual financial report showed business done during 1935 approximated $188,000 and approximately 675,000 pounds of butter were manufactured during: the year. Albert Tenge and John Offerman were re-elected on the board of directors to serve with Clem Reckar, Ernest schultz, Louis Wegner, Christ Gebel and A. C. Bandle. Carl White was retained as secretary and T. F. Shipton as buttermaket. Alta Vista Couple Is Honored on Anniversary ALTA VISTA, Jan. 9.--The fiftieth wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Peter F. Clancy, west of here, waa observed in the Deerfield hall when a reception and dance were held. Mr. and Mrs. Clancy were married at Our Lady of Lourdes church at Lourdes, Jan. 5, ISSfi. Five of the six children born to them were here to join in the observance of the event. They were: Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Clancy of Hammond. Ind., Mr. and Mrs. John Clancy and family of Orland, Cal.. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Sullivan and family of Chester, Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Kobliska of Bassctt. Mr. and Mrs. Will Wandro and family of Colwell. Mr. and Mrs. John Marion of Leip- zie, North Dakota, were not able to be present. Mr. Clancy is 76 and Mrs. Clancy 70. Infant Daughter Dead. ALGONA. Jan. 9.--Sharon Lee Leason, five months old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lesson, died early Wednesday with pneumonia. Funeral services will be held Friday afternoon at the Leason home, five miles north of Algona with the Rev. Alexander English officiating. Burial will lie in Burl. VITAMIN! DRUG S T O R E MAIL ORDERS FILLED SAME DAY RECEIVED 13 North Federal Avenue Phone 909 These Specials for Friday and Saturday only. ^FORDHOPKINS^2^ P E P S O D E N T C O M B I N A T I O N 2 Regular 50c Bottles BOTH of Antiseptic at less than the price of one. WINTER TOILETRIES Poinsettia R U B B E R GLOVES "Yankymaid" Hot Water BOTTLE Ironsides Hot Water BOTTLE SOc J E R G E N L O T I O N C L E A N E R 4 ounces C L E N T O X Tooth Powder 19c This dandy cleaner keeps your hats.coat collars, spats, etc., looking fresh and clean. Uses no fluid. Free u)ith every rubber purchase of Ironsides Combination BOTTLE DOUCHE SYRINGE Improved, one- piece Gives full circulai sprav. Ru bber tubing, f hut-off, 2 pipes 50c P A C Q U I N ' S C R E A M 35c HILL'S NOSE DROPS 26c / PACKAGE Chesterfield Old Cold Luckics Came/ 60c REM Cough Syrup 35c TURPO InbaFanf 35c SMITH BROTHER'S COUGH SYRUP 27c 25c MISTOL DROPS 35c PISOS SYRUP 35c TONSILINE 50c DRAKE'S Gletsco 25c CASCARA Quinine 19c I.ZSCreoiOted Emulsion 79e S5c Caldwell's Pine Balm 19e 60c Pertussin Cough Rem 49c O L D North State T o b a c c o 60c FATHER JOHN'S VELVET or P R I N C E A L B E R T 35c GROVE'S L A X A T I V E BROMO QUININE 5 c C I G A R S % 5 for 2 2 c i MILES NERVINE 125KONJOLA 1.25VINKOLA G a r c i a G r a n d e ^ Wampole i Prep. 60c DIAPEPSIN Tablets 49c W H I T E OWL £1 ADLERIKA Tonic 89c 1.25Kelp-A-Malt Tablets 84c 65c BI-SO-DOL 47c V a n D y c k 3 2 ' s 1000 SACCHARINE T A B L E T S La Fendrich ROI TAN 50e Woodbury's FACE POWDER H A R V E S T E R 25c LOVALON RIKSE I9c $1 Meilo-GloPOWD. 79c 25c DEW Deodorant 50c PACKER'S Shampoo 39c 35c 1 C K ' S T R O - N O L 50c Admiracion Shampoo 39c 60c ROUGE INCARN. LOWEST PRICES OWs CIGARETTES 25c JOCUR Wave Set CUTEX PREPARATIONS 31c $1 TANGEE Lipstick 60c NEET DEPILATORY 49c SATURDAY AND SUNDAY Roast Young Chicken or Juicy Steak DINNER, Complete With Dessert $1.25 PETROLAGAR LUBRICANT. . E R I C K S E N ' S COD LIVER OIL Full Pint 37c m 60c McCOY'S COD LIVER OIL T A B L E T S 5 0 H A L I B U T L I V E R O I L C A P S U L E S 2 for 89e $1.00 PARKE-DAVIS -si "A'-' r b · » 89c S1 S O L A R O L COD LIVER OIL Concentrate Tablets 100's 7SC E A D ' S COD LIVER OIL A B D C A P S U L E S A B B O T T ' S H A L I V E R O I L 10 c. c. 6 c. c. PURITY VICSTEROL

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