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Mason City, Iowa
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Wednesday, February 4, 1931
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10 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE FEBRUARY 4 1931 Frank Schoun Is Chosen Supervisor in Hancock GARNER, Feb.- 4-^-Frank Schoun, one mile south of Duncan, was appointed to fill the unexpired term of county, supervisor left vacant by the death of Frank J. Urich. The appointment was made by the auditor, clerk of court and recorder. , TO REWARD BEAUTY AND BRAINS NEW THE IDEAL FAMILY LAXATIVE MEDICINE CABINET SIZE Effective in Milder Doses Insist on the Genuine Feenamint F O R C O N S T I P A T I O N ner will be served preceding an address by-Prof. Floyd Arnold. Elec- Jon of officers will take place. Word at Charles City Received of Death of C. A. Eggert, Professor CHARLJES CITY, Feb. 4.--Alfred Eggert and Mrs. Fred Miner received word of the death of their uncle, Charles Augustus Eggert. in Rockford, 111., yesterday. Dr. Eggert, brother of Robert Eggert. attorney of this city, was the first professor of modern language at Iowa City and was well known in educational circles in the United States. He was born In Madgebery, Saxony, 95 years ago and came to this country in 1848. Dr. Eggert served on the-faculty of Iowa Wesleyan, Vanderbilt, South Dakota ano Iowa universities. He retired 20 years ago and livei. for several years in Chicago. He is survived by.four sons, one daughter and five grandchildren. Burial was in Rockford 111. Both fieaufy and brains are possessed to sucfi a decree by these two students,-Marion Storganrcl and Richard Loosley of the University of California, tliat they are to be given film tests. Convinced that the combination is nnt so unusual in coileRiute circles, a Hollywood movie official Invaded the campus and found-50 students with both qualities. Miss Storgaard, n sophomore frorii Oakland, and LoDsJey, a classmate. Bot.h have had campus dramatics experience. Pharmacists Hold Ctmven (on. DES MO1NES, Feb. 4. (UPl--The Iowa Pharmaceutical association convened here today for its annual three-day convention. Discussions of increasing business and of meeting modern competition will lead the discussion. , New Officers Are Named. CHARLES CITY, Feb. 4.--New officers of the Congregational churchmen are as follows: W. I. Frederickson, president; W. E. Vor- -eck. vice-president; Milton Dunlap, secretary; Barton Fisher, treasurer. Thirty members attended the dinner at the Hildreth hotel when plans for the year were discussed by the Rev. T. Anderson. CHARLES CITY NEWS "Mythirteeivyear-olddaugh I ter Maxine w?;* troubled with backache arH pain when she I came into vfikjiahhood. 1 knew iLydia E, Bl Cham's Vegetable 1 ComppUrJetljvould Kelp her be- Icause'l ii£~?k'to take it myself it lit.^lUi«JKi^*Vie:i3?^ t ;i i ? I Viave to stay hSS from school and her color is good, she eats I well and does not complain of I being tired. We are leco'm- 1 mending the Vegetable Com- I pound to other school girls I who need it. You may publish this letter."--Mrs. Floyd Butcher, R. $2, Gridley, Kansas. Udia E". Pinkham Mej. Co..,.Lynn. Mass WOMAN'S CLUB HEARS LECTURE Mrs. Remington Speaks at Charles City Meeting on Europe Trip. DECLAM CONTEST WINNERS NAMED Paul, Castle and Larsen Are Ranked High in Charles City School. CHARLES CITY, Feb.-4.--Mrs. CHARLES CITY, Feb. 4.--The fi- WllUam Wallace Remington of Min- nal declamatory contest was held in neapolis drew the largest audience 1 the Manual Arts building last eve- of the year with her third, lecture 1 nig when 13. contestants took part oefore the Woniatf a", club .·Tuesday \ including J three;fta.' the_ :oratorica^j afternoon; The'meeting*, in "the- IM-. I five'in the dramatic 'and five in the humorous section. The winners were Marianne Paul In dramatic, Virginia Castle in humorous and Ho wart Larsen In oratorical group. The judges were Principal James Rae Mason City high school, R. E. Nyquist, Mason City and Mrs. Norma WELL-KNOWN MAN PRAISES DIAPEPSIN FOR STOMACH ILLS theran church was under the auspices of the history department of which Mrs. Frank Nles is chairman and included several guests. Preceding Mrs. Nies' Introduction of the speaker, Mrs. Charles Paradise sang two songs by French composers accompanied by Mrs. Fred Spear. Mrs. Remington confined the lecture to conclusions of some European problems reached from wide reading and travel. She stated the world was at the point of being torn asunder by economic and racial problems' which could only be solved by wise statesmanship and eliminating greedy politicians. She urged the emphasis of more spiritual leadership. Great Britain, Germany and France were discussed in relation to current controversies. Mrs. Remington said the most serious obstacles Visit Charles City Factory. CHARLE CITY, Feb. 4.--Twenty five employment dealers and farm ers from the vicinity of Fredericks burg, Waverly and Cresco visitor the HartrParr factory yesterday They were accompanied by J. B Treloar who showed them thru th nlant and demonstrated the trac tor. At Mason City's THEATERS ' An attack of tonsilitis confined Evelyn Laye (above) noted British actress, who scored a New York success last year in "Bitter Sweet," to her bed. The illness prevented the actress from participating in a display of beach costumes designed by her and other actresses for a forthcoming British fashion ball. ' the trek of Virginia to Kentucky across Indian-infested mountains in 1775. Readers of the story will remember that It concerns .Diony Hall who marries Berk Jarvis and leaves on the dangerous trip with her new husband on the morning after her wedding. The tale concerns further the adventures of the pair and Evan Muir, Diony's other admirer, in the pioneer "Fort Harrod," Kentucky. .' . --o-"Young Desires," adapted from the stage success, "Carnival" will be presented for the last time Wednesday night at the Strand theater. Mary Nolan is featured, --o-"White Heir of Pl.v Palu," a great thrill spectacle, opened at the Palace Wednesday. · It is being presented along with the feature, "Naughty Flirt,^ 1 making a double- feature bill. - --o-Commencing Feb. 14 the Ce«v! will have "The Criminal Code" with Walter Huston. Phillips Holmes and Constance Cummings. This is a sensational romance of prison life. --o-A new kind of girl. A new kind of romance. A new Itind of thrill. Warner Fabian reveals them all in "What Men Wont" which will play at the Strand Thursday and Friday. What do men want? ''Excitement," says the flapper. "Love," says the wife. "Freedom," says the divorcee 1 . You have your own opinion, but you may change it after seeing and hearing "What Men Want." --o-"The Woman Racket," taken from a story by Philip Dunning, authoi of the successful play, "Broadway; will be presented for the last tin* Wednesday evening at the Iowa the ater. Tom Moore and Blanche Sweel are co-starred. Metropolitan gang sters and night club life furnish the background for this all talking picture: "The Woman Racket" is said to be an accurate .portrayal of New York's racketeering game. COLDS Judge Henderson Reappointcd. DES MOINES, Feb. 4. LV--The sta,te board of railroad commissioners yesterday appointed Judge J. H. Henderson, 82. to another ·! year term as commerce counsel, a po'st the Fndianola man has held ince 1311. PLAY SAFE! KNOCK in Day Sure HILL'S 4-in-l WAY Dangerous to let a COLD hang on. Stop it in a hurry with HILL'S CASCARA QUININE. . Take two tiny tablets now, follow directions, and IN A DA'S the four medicinal agants compounded into esc!! KILL'S tablet will break up that cold, make you feel fine . . . or druggist will refund your money. Avoifl substitutes. ^ DEMAND THE RED BOX GOOD-BYE ITCHING SKIN Soothing, healing and tremendously efficient, invisible Zemo bring? coo] relief to Itching Skin. Even where skin is raw and peeling, thousands have found that Zemo quickly restores comfort. It helps smooth away blemishes and clear up Pimples, Rash and other,, annoying itching skin and scalp irritations. Keep clean, antiseptic Zemo - always on hand. Use it freely. It is safe, pleasant. 35c, 60c and $1.00.-Sold everywhere. KELLY'S HARP ORCHESTRA OF OSAGE Will Play for the AMERICAN LEGION OLDTIME DANCE Saturday Night, February 7 AT THE ARMORY Admission Always 25c Now ventilating system now in operation. Banton, Charles City. Floyd Farm Bureau ^ Directors to Meet Two ot Hollywood's most^attriic- tive women vie for supremacy in 'Naughty Flirt," which will continue thru' Friday at the Palace. Alice White and Myrna Loy, each v considered particularly deadly in her own individual way, try their best wiles on Paul Page, leading man in the film. Of course Alice wins since she's.the star of the piece but the experiment ^waa; intereattb g .because both Alice and Myrna are supposed to be the very epitome of what the gentry used to refer to as sex appeal. Alice is the blond, petite, cuddly type, while Myrna is the exotic, willowy temptress -- in . the films, of course. In real life the situation is reversed. Alice White "rankly admits that she believes women might just as well be the aggressors In love affairs. She say? that if she found a man she parti- cularly liked she would have no scruples about letting him know she's alive. For that reason she was in 1 sympathy . with Kay Elliott, the | character she portrays in ''Naughty Flirt." Kay found a man she loved and immediately set out to steer him to the altar. There's nothing ex-' otic about the real Myrna Loy. She is studious, reserved and almost shy. Many old customs, known by our forefathers, but long since forgotten, had to be relea'rned by the players of "The Great Meadow," Charles Brabin's striking talking picture of pioneer days of 1775, which opened Wednesday at the Cecil. Eleanor Boardman, John Mack Brown, Lucille La Verne, Anita Louise, Gavin Gordon, Gtiinn Williams, Russell Simpson, Sarah Padden and' Helen Jerome Eddy are the main protagonists of the tale. It is a talkie version of the much-cJiscussed story by Elizabeth Madox Roberts, based on II ^^3§^g, ^ SS*?A^ - .CHARLES CITY, Feb. 4.--The regular monthly meeting of the board of directors of the Floyd County Farm Bureau will be held Saturday in the Farm Bureau office commencing at 10 o'clock in the morning. Committees wil report on the work assigned to their depart ment. The annual meeting of the to the path of peace, was the politi- I Floyd County Cow Testing associa- cian, indifference and lack of biro- tion will be held Monday evening, therly love. She urged the women to Feb. 9 in the Y. H. C. A. when a din study and meditate on international problems. The last,part of her talk centered around two French philosophers, Rosseau and Voltaire, whose biographies should be read. A social hour was enjoyed after the lecture and tea and cakes were served by a committee composed of Mrs. N. Frudden, Mrs. Edgar Ball, Mrs. Blanche Caldwell, Mrs. H. Treloar with Mrs. Nies and Mrs. Isaac Frederickson presiding at-the table. IOWA Last Time Wednesday "My work as a commercial photographer keeps me oh a strain," says J. Walter Ingraham, 1004 21st St., Des Mpines, Iowa. "So my digestion suffered. I got so I would have severe headaches and a heavy feeling in my stomach after meals. I had gas on the .stomach; would belch often, leaving a sour, hot . tasle in my mouth. Few things agreed. ·with me. "A. friend got me to take some Pape's Diapepsin. I had immediate rehcf from the first few tablets, so I kept on with it. Now I feel fine; eat anything I want without bad aftereffects. I intend to keep on with Pape's Diapepsin until I am sure my trouble won't come back. The tablets are pleasant to chew and sure get results quickly.", Pape's Diapepsin is the best thing yet -discovered to end digestive worries, give tone to a disordered stomach, increase appetite, make digestion vigorous and complete. Its success in so many cases where everything else has failed, proves that. AH drugstores sell these harmless, pleasant tablets. If you prefer to try them before buying, a letter to Pape's Diapepsin, Wheeling, W. Va., will bring a sample box, FREE. I Quick Relief for Stomach Ills CHARLES CITY BRIEFS CHARLES CITY, Feb. 4.--The Girl Reserves will give a oanquet for their fathers at the Hildretli hotel Thursday evening. Mrs. Phin Fluent will be hostess to the W. T. club at her home on South Main street this evening. Mrs. Elmer Barrett will entertaiD at a card party Friday evening at the home of her mother, Mrs. Ida Herrington.'. The United Commercial Travelers will hold their annual dance in the Ellis auditorium Thursday evening. The regular meeting of the Wa- Tan-Ye club was .devoted to business following the luncheon at the Hildreth hotel Tuesday noon. The Rev. Mr. Rideout o£ Manchester will preach at a special service of the Baptist church tonight. The members have planned s picnic supper preceding the service. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Sanders left yesterday by motor for St. Petersburg, Fla., and will be absent a month. Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Harding have gone to Sioux City on a business trip. Mrs. Carl Reetz is improving from her illness which confined her to the hospital. Mildred Hnmm entertained trie bridge club at her home on Johnson street. Jeanette Hamilton won prize for high score. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Brewstor have moved to Nora Springs. THURSDAY EVERYBODY'S THEATER JOHNBOLES LAURA LA PIANTE MlTAUUNG-lkMGJNC. LAST TIME WEDNESDAY MARY NOLAN "YOUNG DESIRES FRIDAY THURSDAY Does Every Woman Know the Answer? HITMEN WRNT BEN LYON T h e smashing modern drama of a sophisticated girl who knew life --and of her innocent baby sister . . . . w h o learned. ^^s^^i*- b^ tntfc "*· . 0 \ft ^ 0 W e ' «S* - ^^.V 1 - Called "The Most Exciting Pioneer Romance in America" This Epic An Even Greater Motion Picture! V The Sure Cure For the Blues! REDUCING A Laugh Carnival of Fun With MABIK DRESSLKK FOLLY MOKAN III SatMfctay 11 B I G D O U B L E F E A T U R E NO ADVANCE IN PRICES Alice White THE ONE AND ONLY AND EXTKA ADDED ATTRACTION THE WHITE HELL OF PITZ PALU . A- THRILLING ADVENTURE STORY OF THE ALPS Graham MacNamec Tells the Story 1 Obviously .the Producers of the "Covered Wagon" Are the Ones to Produce a Greater ''Covered Wagon" of the Talkies! Here it is--· "Fighting Caravans" ZANE GREY'S NOVEL with GARY COOPER AN!) A WONDER CAST SHOWS AT 1-3:30-6-8:30

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