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Mason City, Iowa
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Tuesday, February 3, 1931
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10 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE FEBRUARY 3 1931 TRAPEZE ARTIST FALLS TO DEATH J 1.0,000 Children Watch as i Man Fails to Hold Wife's Wrist DETROIT, Feb. 3. UP)--While '10,000 children watched, Catherine Solt, 34, trapeze artist, fell to-her ·'. death yesterday at the matinee performance of the annual Shrine cir- :cus here.' ' Mrs. Solt had been paired for 12 J years with her husband, Carl Solt, ;in a flying trapeze act featured by -leading circuses. Yesterday, when 'Mrs. Solt leaped from her trapczu toward the outstretched hands of her husband, who was suspended from his own trapeze, the timing was faulty and Solt missed his wife's wrists, seizing for her fingers He held her for a moment, then his hold broke and she fell 30 feet 1 In the heavy net. Her skull was fractured. The youthful spectators, guests from the city's homes, did not realize sho had been seriously injured. Final WaveVly Lyceum Concert Will Be Given WAVERLY. Feb. 3.--The fin'il concert on the Waverly lyceum course will be given by the State Teachers college string quartet in the Wartburg college gymnasium Tuesday evening. Tho quartet Is made up of four faculty members of the ovchestrnl music dopuvtiuent nt Cedar Palls!. v/orryang' afeow* winter FRANK J, URIGH, GARNER, BURIED Hancock Supervisor, Victim of Burns; Is Survived by 7 Children. GARNER, Feb. 3.--Funeral services for Frank J. Urich, county supervisor who died from burns received when his car exploded, were held Monday morning at St. Bom- face Catholic church. It was estimated that 1,200 persons came to attend the rites, many of whom were unable to gain admittance to tho church. Mr. Urich was born Fob. 2, 1867 in Varvazon, Bohemia, and came to the United States at the age of-3, first settling at Spillville. In,1874 the family moved tn Pocahontns, then to Manly m 1876, and to Duncan in 1800. Mr. Urich was married Feb. 3, 1891, to Miss Mary Hejlik in Dim- cnn who with one daughter and seven sons survive. They are Louis, Garner; Charles, Buffalo, Minn.; Ed, Minneapolis, and Mrs. Henry Wellik; George, Anton, Joseph and Paul, Garner. Six sisters and one brother are also living. They ara Mrs. Barbara Hanzlik, Cedar Falls; Mrs. Anna Howell, Austin, Minn.; Mrs. Mary Rayhons, Garner; Mrs. Frances Kolar, Mason City; Mrs. Rosa Hejlik. Garner; Mrs. Emma Wellik. Grand Moadow, Minn., and Joseph Urich Sr., Garner. Mr. Urich was' elected county supervisor in November, li'26, anij was re-elected in 1928. The Rev. Father M. J. Manternach officiated at the services. The six oldest sons were pnllbearers. The local order of Catholic For- resters attended in a body, as did the county officials. Those coming from a distance were: Mr. and Mrs. John Rybak and Mrs. Mary Urban. Kimball, S. Dak.; Joe Rybalc and Ray Angle, Minneapolis; James Chmela, St. Paul; Sister Mary Michael and Sister Vitalis, Mason City; Mr. and Mrs. John Pavik, Pocahontas; Mr. and Mrs. Chris Dahl. Manly; Mr. and Mrs. Tony Ptacek and Frank 'Chilak, Elma, and Joseph Chilak, Creaco. Burial was in St. Boniface Caln- olic cemetery, 2',i miles west of Garner. CLARA THEN AND NOW an offer you and your family warm days i«-tKe-clesert,ai!cLa swsvny seashore^e e ; '·: · Keep the poxmds down and the pep up. , · » · Golf, horseback riding -- polo if you choose -- and a different motor tour every day. e « «. e Santa Fe service is distinctively superior. You are on Santa Fe rails "all the way" from Chicago. You leave on the Santa Fe and arrive on the Santa Fe. Daily Phoenix Pullman on the Grand Canyon Limited and on The Chief each Tuesday and Saturday during February. Make Pullman r e s e r v a t i o n s e a r l y . J. C. BATHAM, Gen. Agent SANTA FE RY. «01 Equitable Bldg.. DBS MOINES. IOWA f h n n o : X-0237 All-expcnso California tours on . certain dates this winter. KELLY'S HARP ORCHESTRA OF OSAGE Wilt Play for the AMERICAN LEGION OLDTIME DANCE Saturday Night, February 1 ' Titonka World War Veteran Is Buried TITONKA, Feb. 3.--Alrred Jensen, World war veteran of thia community, died at Algona and was buried Saturday afternoon in tha Buffalo township cemetery south of Titonka. Mr. Jensen had been in poor health since he was discharged from the army and had been unabla a wife and two children. Members: to work for several years. He leavflv of Breen post of the American Legion officiated at the funeral. Just sihoiit eight years aeo Clara How became one of'tho sensations of the screen, nfter her success In "15own to the 'Sea in Ships." That wna before sho'became Iwown us the tempestuous "It" girl of Hollywood. Photos lit left, show her as she loolfed then; center, a recent photo; tipper Heht, when hen engagement to Harry Richman was announced, and, lower ritrtit, entering the grand jury room, at Los Angeles, during tho hectic clays when De. Voe, her former secretary, began to reveal what she culled Clara's "past," in an effort to.clear herself of chanrcs of having: appropriated SHi.nflf) of Clara's money. Clara's going into a new picture as soon as she's rested. It's called "Working Girl" and concerns a drug clerk's romance with n young millionaire, who misleads her. Tone In IheBLUEKBBGNMMI JESTER-Richy Craig Jr. TONIGHT 9:15 Central 'Time Cohimbia Broadcasting System--over · * wcco WMAQ Pmcnttd by Blue Ribbon Malt Amertco'i Bigfttl SfUir At Mason City's THEATE Admission Always 25c New ventilating system now in ooeration. 'iticftw ^ / '/ On your radio tonight. . . listen to Loriia Fantin, famous numerologist. She'll tell you how names and dates affect success in business, love or marriage. A real radio thrill. \YMT :u»l entire Cnlitnibkl network ut 7:1. 1-. M. Ccnlrul Standard Time BENEFIT OF ELKS' WELFARE FUND Reservations at MUSIC COMMENCING MONDAY, FEBRUARY 2, AT 8 A. M Hardships, love and comedy in one of the very earliest periods of American pioneer life is the theme and background of Charles Brabin's new "The Great Meadow," which opens Wednesday at the Cecil theater for a three-day engagement. "The Great Meadow" has been admirably translated from the much- discuss'ed book by Elizabeth Madox Roberts. John Mack Brown, Eleanor Boardman, Lucille LaVerne, Anita Louise .and. Gavin Gordon are the^printcipal protagonists..' of this exoislieiitr" attempt to TSifror the hardships of the first group of Virginians to cross the .Daniel Boone trail to Fort Harrod, the "Cradle of Kentucky." The story is a swiftly moving one. Its first portion concerns itself with Indian fights and other difficulties of the long Wilderness Road. The latter part takes on a striking Enoch Arden twist in which Berk Jarvis, captured by Indians, returns to find that his wife has married another. "Naughty Flirt," Alice Whitc'b newest starring vehicle which will be the feature attraction at the Palace theater beginning Wednesday is from an original scenario by Ear Baldwin, who also wrote "Swee Mama" for Miss White. For the firs time in her career the First Nation al star portrays a girl of wealth Her one interest in life is men an more men. When she finally doe meet a struggling young lawye with whom she falls in love, she ha to go thru the most trying experi ences and really work to win him The supporting cast includes Myrn Loy, Paul Page, Robert Agnew Douglas Gilmore and George Irving "White Hell of Pitz Palu," a mar velous picture, is also on this bi] The spectacular outdoor scenes this production prove outstanding. "Young Desires" Is playing nt Hi Strand theater Tuesday and Wed nesday. It was adapted from th stage success, "Carnival." Mary No Ian is featured in this inside stor of carnival life. "The Woman Haulier," a rci blooded, live and exciting screen story whose only intent is to entertain and to entertain well, is the feature at the Iowa theater Tuesday and Wednesday. Tom Moore and Blanche Sweet are in the starring roles. --o-"Inspiration," featuring Greta Garbo, closes a four-day engagement Tuesday night at the Cecil theater. The Pivlnce will present Uonald Colman in "The Devil to Pay" for the last time Tuesday evening. --o-"What Men Want" is coming to the Strand theater Thursday and Friday. Pauline Starke, Ben Lyon and Barbara Kent head the cast of this comedy-drama based upon the vivacity and allure of present day life in the fast young society set. Metro - Goftftnrt -Martf ft**f*T\ The Woman Racket TOM MOORE BLANCHE SWEET An ttJI-Totklntj Drama of Mtqfit £fu. Tuesday Wednesday Now Playing A First-Run Picture Carl taemmJe presents "YOUNG DESIRES" ABWTEO raovraESTMs: WILLIAM JANNEY- MAE BUSCH RALF HAROLDE A UN IV EOSA PICTURE Everybody's Theater POPULAR PRICES Mat. 25c; Eve 35c; Kids lOc CL Stirrind Drama, of Love behuTd the SpangteJ Get a Glimpse, Folks, of the Colorful Life on the Inside of the Carnival STARTS WED. If You Want Real Red-Blooded Thrills . . . Here It Is! CECIL I Mason City's Finest Theater · NDIAN FIGHTS! . . Wilderness Trails . . Dedicated to the Pioneers '. . . it weaves a thrilling, throbbing dynamic epic making story that will rouse your thirst for the REAL adventure! It's the Thrill Picture of 1931! Six months to make! A Thrill or JOHN MACK BROWN Cast of Thousands! LAST TIMES TUESDAY GRETA G A R B O In Her Finest Role "INSPIRATION" STARTS WEDNESDAY--THRU FRIDAY BIG DOUBLE FEATURE NO ADVANCE IN PRICES Floyd Seconds Declam Contest to Be at Rudd RUDD, Feb. 3.--The Floyd county seconds declamatory contest will be held at the M. E. church Feb. 10, oratorical at 3:30 p. m.; dramatic and humorous at 7:45 p. m. The speakers will be second place winners in the home contests of the schools of the county. Competing schools arc Charles City, Colwell, Floyd, Marble Rock, Nora Springs, Rockford and Rudd. SATURDAY - Zane Grey's Story of Stories THE COLORFUL THRILLING ADVENTURES OF PIONEERS GARY COOPER USY DAM1TA ERHESTTOORANCE The Titan of Outdoor Dramas The Colossus of Pioneer Romances Shows Start 1, 3:30, 6, 8:30 Helen- of Troy with n Sport Roadster. Juliet without a balcony. That's Come on and m e e t her. She's got a heart like a hotel . . . big enough for everybody. AND Extra Attraction Sensational-- . Thrillingly Different a miracle of Picture Making! The First Foreign Picture to Be Shown at The Palace- Filmed in the Alps It Compares Only With "Byrd at the South Pole" --LAST TIME TODAY-Ronald COLMAN in , DEVIL JO PAY · ·*# IORETTA YOUNG ^ v-f-uv*r*n*a***wi ·yKK.7sryyr^-~,

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