Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on July 11, 1935 · Page 9
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Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, July 11, 1935
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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, JULY 11 1935 NINfer K. B. AUXILIARY MEETS FOB PICNIC K. B auxiliary met with Mrs. John Miller, Third street northwest, Wednesday evening for a picnic dinner. There were 15 members present and the time was spent informally. NASHUA COUPLES WED IN ILLINOIS NASHUA, July 11.--Christina Ullrich, daughter of John Ullrich and Albert Hansen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Hansen, were married at toe Methodist church in Silvis, 'Dl., June 16. They were accompanied by Maxine Chambers of Charles City, and Frank Brookins, Nashua, who were married there Saturday, !june 15. Both couples will reside in Nashua. Mr. Brookins is employed 'by the Oliver Equipment company lat Charles City, and Mr. Brookins · by the Nashua Home Bakery. HULTMAN-HUNTER . ALLISON, July 11.---Announce- · ment has just been made of the 'marriage of Miss Ruth Hunter, ^daughter of Mrs. Anna Hunter ot · Allison, and Robert V. Hultman. son 'of Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Hultrnan of " Des Moines, which took place at the Methodir. parsonage at Indianola · March' . with "the Rev. Mr. 'Malms' Officiating. They will make their home in Des Moines. The bride was graduated from the Allison public school and Drake University. Mr. : Hultman took a two year course at . Drake. Autumn is Coming . . . and right now you should start Knitting a New Fall Dress, for you'll want to be one of the very first to wear a clever Autumn creation. FREE knitting instructions at this Yarn Shop. YARN SPECIAL! For limited time, lovely Tweed Yarns attractively priced. Your opportunity to Save money! The Knitting Needle 221-222 1st National Bank Bldg. Marjorie and Doreen Chapman THE KNITTERS' CORNER 6064 Here's a classic little sleeveless sweater, its deep V-yoke laced or buttoned at the shoulders. The snug little Mandarin collar is also smart. Such a handy little sweater is a. good beginner since most anyone can knit one in nothing flat. For complete instructions, send 10 cents to Knit Pattern Department, Globe-Gazette. 160 Fifth Avenue, New York City. Tom Mix Longs to Take a Poke at Senator Long FRIESE-GOODELL CRESCO, July 11.--The Rev. park E. Miller, pastor of the First Evangelical church of Cresco, officiated at the marriage of Miss Edna Goodell of Lansing, and Edward Friese of Montana. They were attended by Mr. and Mrs. Norbert Damon of Cresco. Come expecting astounding val- u e s! Exquisite models of string lace in stunning new weaves . . . smart washable crepes featuring heavenly pastels . . . jackets that match or contrast . . . cool white dresses with gay print trims . . . floral sheers with iris backgrounds . . . plenty of glorious navy sheers! Ideal for vacation wear! Regardless of Cost or Former Price! Splendidly tailored Linen Suit? . . . guaranteed pre-shrunk - - - ideal to keep you cool and smart-looking on hottest days! Also included are marvelous cloth suits--values to S12.50. We Are Closing Oat Better Now is the time to get a. dandy bargain in a better- type coat! Individual dressy creations with flattering stitched collars or costly fur trimmings--distinctive sport models! You'll appreciate their flawless tailoring and unexcelled quality! 3 SOUTH FEDERAL But He Resists an Impulse* to Fly to Washington for That Purpose. If a Globe-Gazette reporter had not happened around by the palatial motorized residence of Tom Mix for this interview story, Mason City would probably never have Known how close it came to viewing a Mix- less circus Wednesday afternoon and evening. To get right down to the Story: "Honestly," said the cowboy star of a hundred movie thrillers, "I was so burned up yesterday when I read about Huey Long calling our president a liar that I seriously debated chartering a plane for a hurried trip to Washington. Somebody ought to take a swing at that Louisiana blatherskite and if nobody else will do it, it'll be up to me." Has Right to Differ But-"It isn't that I don't think f. senator has a right to differ with the president," Mr. Mix explained. "I don't agree with him in all things by any means. It's that he occupies the highest office at the command of the American people. To call him a liar is to treat that office with disrespect. It ought not to go unnoticed. "And so far as Huey Long is concerned, he could devote himself to explaining a few things about his own life. How about that black eye he got in a Long Island brawl two or three years ago? How come he has to have a gang of bodyguards around him everytime he steps out of his front door?" Almost Persuaded. "Yes. sir," Mr. Mix drawled, 'there was an hour or two when I could hardly restrain myself from taking leave of my circus for a day or two to hop down to Washington. Then I began analyzing the situation and concluded that it would be accepted as just another publicity stunt and so I decided to stay on the ground. But mark my word, somebody is going to pop that Lou isiana nincompoop some of these days!" From Huey Long, the topic or conversation drifted to various and sundry topics--modern youth. Hollywood's movie standards, Upton Sinclair, California's sock-the-rich taxation policy, circuses and his custom-built bus home. Don't Respect Elders. "The trouble with our modern boys and girls," Mr. Mix allowed, "is that they don't respect their elders enough. They're too all-fired interested in having a good time ai the dance halls. They don't get out with nature and do some sober thinking for themselves. They're terested in what they can get from their country, not in what they can give." "Understand," he added after puff on his cigaret, "I'm not char; ing this against .all kids. Some of them are just as fine as they eve" were. But there are altogether too many of the kind I describe here." Here Mr. Mix paused to open i telegram from his wife in Beverlj Hills, who wired Mm that she was having a "gorgeous time in oui swimming pool." Mrs. Mix is a sister of Miss Ward, featured aerialist with the Flying Arbaughs in Mr Mix' circus. Three Movies a Year Enough. "They're trying to get me to tun out six western films this winter,' at Tremendous Reductions Whites and Colors $1.88, $2.98, $3.98 Values said Mr. Mix. "But that's too strenuous. I'm holding out for three. You see we i-un our circus until into October and start out again in March. After all, I've got to have a little rest." Here he produced a letter on the subject which had reached him while he was at Fort Dodge Tuesday. 'What do I think of modem movies?" he repeated. "Well they're ood entertainment for the most art but they don't stress sufficient- the moral tone. I'll never forget a tter I once had from a big Clevend showman objecting; to the ab- :nce of sex in my movies. " 'My houses,' he said, 'look like le Polo field--all men and boys, o women or girls,' "My reply to him was that the mes he gets from men and boys eeking clean entertainment are ust as good, and I think better, han the dimes that come from those ho want a lot of sexy stuff in their ntertainment." Calls Mcrriiun a Double Crosser. "What do I think of Governor lerriam?" "I can tell you in a. few short ords. He was elected by conserva- ves and now he's as bad as Upton inclair. He has sanctioned a con- scatory taxation program. It's be- orne a punishable offense to have a ickel in California. And it's to be remembered too hat our state was largely built on a romise to those who came to us or their reclining years that they /ould be permitted to live in peace Vith their savings salted away ley were to be permitted to live by ocean, watching the tide come n and go out. Old Folks in Bad Way. "But all of a sudden California ith Merriam's sanction, passes laws hich virtually grab all that these Id people have. There is no incen^ ive for industry to go ahead, know' ig that the state is going to tak .11 they make. We've been given the ouble cross by Governor Merriam good and plenty. Governor Rolfe vould never have dealt with us unfairly." From another on the circus lot, he writer learned that Mr. Mix is eriously considering making Florda the show's future home. "No sir," said Mr. Mix at one joint, "I'm not one of the movie jeople who believe that Torn looncy should be released from irison. I think he's guilty as can ie. In the days before I entered the movies I did guard duty and I know omething of his kind from personal contact. He was regularly ried and found guilty by a jury of lis peers. He should serve his term." Ruled by Emotions. Asked why nine out of ten movie actors were for Mooney, convicted of a bomb outrage at Los Angeles .n 1916, Mix explained it was because they're "moved by tieir emotions rather than by facts or ogic." One of his principal reasons for being in the circus business, Mr. Hix said, was to give employment .0 "a lot of my old cronies, who might otherwise be on relief." A number of the "boys around here," je said, have been associated with him for as much as 25 years. The specially built bus in which Mr. Mix travels--he's his own driver, incidentally, loves it--was started by the General Motors company and finished by the Pullman company, according to his own specifications. It contains all of the conveniences found on a sleeping car, with a few extra, Mr. Mix' own idea. Guns of various sizes line the walls, the woodwork is ornate, there's a library, featuring westein stories, and a huge encyclopedia. While the season thus far has been a bit rainy. Mr. Mix said business had been good. The season opened in Los Angeles in March and since then California, Oregon, Washington. Idaho, Montana, Kansas Colorado, Nebraska and Iowa have been played on the eastward tour. MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED AT DECORAH DECORAH, July 11---Marriage licenses have been issued to Raymond Nimmo and Naomi Engbretson, both of La Crosse; Otto Olson and Ebba Larson, both of Minneapolis; and Bernard Dicke and Evelyn Deaden, Doth of Red Wing, Minn. HOLLER-GARRISON NASHUA, July 11.--Diana Belle Garrison and Clayton Holler, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Holler, both of Nashua, were married at Bethany, Mo., June 21. They will make their home in Nashua. FKOGRAM TO BE HELD FOR FARM BUREAU Members of the Farm Bureau will meet at Grant township school No. 7 Friday for a program including assembly singing, a reading by Edna Oredsen, a monolog by C. K. Kinney, a solo by Ruth Kinney, cowboy music by the "Three Musketeers" and old time music by Collins string orchestra. Jennie Jorgensen. a nurse who has returned from South America, will speak and there will be music by E Hogan and I. Dahl. W. C. T U- HEARS TALKS AT Y. W C. A. The Rev. A. W. Caul, who is leaving Mason City to make his home near Canby, Minn., was the speaker at W. C. T. U. meeting Wednesday afternoon at the Y. W. C. A. and had as his topic, "Sobriety, Truth and Temperance." Mr. Caul who has been pastor of the Baptist church is planning to open a "Temperance Tourist Court" near Canby. Mrs. O. L. Allen spoke on the foreign missionary work of the W. C. T. U.. and described the visit paid to the Old Folks home. -^ B I G SELLING DAYS FRIDAY, SATORBAYO 6MONWST KRESCE r S Z 5 * t o *l S T O R E A STORE-WIDE BARGAIN EVENT Read every one of these unusual sale values. Shop early. Some quantities are limited. Offering two articles together at sharp reductions. All WASH FROCKS 2 for 93c new seasonable goods. KRESGE'S PINNING BLANKETS Colorrast Evary mother needs .several. Downy fleece, cotton with overlooked stitched endj. Well known "Pepperell" quality. DRESSES Women's 50c MESH GIRDLES INFANTS' SHEER DRESSES LADIES' RAYON PANTIES Straight and panty stylet. Dainty appealing organdies and batiilei that waih and wear iplendidly. Sizei 1-2-3. New soft finished fabric, Beautifully trimmed. Ideal (or Summer Wear CHILDREN'S SLEEPERS Cool, full cut and washable. Pink and bluft vat dye prints. Sit«t 2-4-6. Priced low for this lale. LADY ESTHER Both POWDER PUFF for SAUCE PANS One and one-half quart tize. 20 gauge polished a turn! num. Double lipped with eaiy grip iteal handle. Stock up at Ihii low price. This powder, famous for its quality, ii offered with an attractive puff at leu than Ihe uiual price for powderalone. Slip over Bio Style Flora] checks and Plaids 2 FOR Buy Several at This Special Price! 46" x 46" Oilcloth TABLE COVERS Men s WORK SHIRTS Brighten the breakfast nook Foil color chambroy. Cul full lite. A value you cannot afford to pan up. 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