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February 15, 1934

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 12

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TWELVE At Mason City THEATERS "EMPEROU JONES" ENDS RUN FRIDAY The screen adaptation of Eugene O'Neilt's stage play "Emperor Jones" plays only Thursday and Friday at the Cecil theater. Paul Robeson, peer of his race, gives a performance which justifies his reputation. Dudley Digges, in the role of the white trader who was displaced as emperor by Robeson. also gives an excellent portrayal. This picture is worth anyone's time if ;only on the grounds of its unique plot and cast. . * a * Rlcardo Cortez, Glenda Farrell arid Allen Jenkins stand out in the picture "The Big Shakedown," story of old racketeers in a new Gall Stone Colic Avoid operation II possible. Treat the cause In n sensible, painless. Inexpensive w a y . a t home. Write Horto Drug Co., 16-57 No. Fourth St., Minneapolis. Minn for a recognized practicing specialist's prescription on liver and fall bladder trouble for literature and treatment which has been swing gratifying results' (or 28 years. Sold Ui.dsr money back guarantee, clip this out NO»V.--Advertisement. Action! Drama! Ilomancel Charles racket which plays through Friday at the Palace. Their portrayals of gangster roles leave little to be desired. Charlea Farrell and Bette Davis are as good as they need be aa hero and best girl. "I Am Suzanne," starring Lilian Harvey and Gene Raymond Is on the same bill. A good picture with some interesting shots of marionettes and dance ensembles. » * * Promising enough thrills for several regular, pictures, "Lightning aange," Buddy Roosevelt's new western, plays Friday and Saturday at the Strand theater. Patsy Bel- 'amy supplies the motive for Buddy's daring exploits. Another chapter of "Perils-of Pauline" is also on this bill. The double feature program which ended Thursday evening was one of the best motion picture values ever made available in Mason city. * * * TEW McCOY STAHS CS r AIR FJL3I AT IOWA Tim McCoy, western star, who usually supplys his thrills from the saddle, exhibits his versatility in "Speed Wings," story of airplane racing which is the feature Friday and Saturday at the Iowa Evalyn Knapp, William Powell and Vincent Sherman enact supporting roles. * « * "Fashions and Follies of 1934" begins a four day engagement Saturday at the Cecil theater with William Powell, Bette Davis, Frank McHugh and Verree Teasdale in the leading roles. Powell stands out in his suave portrayal of a high ilass racketeer. Another feature of the production is the marvelous display of gowns, furs, hats, etc., direct from the Paris shops. » * * CHATTERTON, BRENT STAR IN "FEMALE" Ruth Chatterton and George Brant show the way in "Female," which begins a four day run Saturday at the Palace theater. Miss Chatterton is cast in the role of a AIRMAIL CHIEF MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE Ruth CHATTBRfON "FEMALE" ZANE GREY'S "The Last Roundup The PALACE eonjlstcnlly offcru tho greatest entertainment valiin In Muson Clly ! Mat. 20c. Eve. 30c DANCE Clear Lake Country Clufe Saturday, Feb. 17 Car] West and his orchestra. The clubhouse is the place to have u good time. Dancing starts at'fl p. m. 40c Per Person Licut.-Col. H. M. Hickman will have charge of the central division of the country when the army takes over the air- mall service. (Associated Press Photo). big business woman, active executive and owner of a great automobile factory. The shots of the factory should be realistic enough, as they were taken in the Chrysler Motor company plant in Los Angeles. Completing the double bill is a scresn play adapted from one of Zane Grey's finest western novels, "The Last Roundup," Randolph Scott, whose physique and general bearing fit him admirably for such a he-man part, .plays the leading role. Fred Kohler, one 'of the best screen villains, is also in the cast. "Broken Dreams" a screen play unique in that it begins rather than ends with a tragedy, begins a three day engagement Sunday at the Iowa.' Randolph Scott and Martha Sleeper head 'the cast of this picture.. * « * Wallace Beery, George Baft and Jackie Cooper forrn, the trio which makes "The Bowery" one of the best pictures in the last year. If you have not seen this United Artists' production, don't miss it when it returns to the Strand Sunday and Monday. Charles church, died Tuesday a c - l t i r jj- ' »* j. .·,, word received by friends Wadding, MeltOnVllle, Is Dead at Albert Lea MELTONVILLB, Feb. 15 Earl Wadding, who became ill while working on the CWA projects in Deer Creek township, died Tuesday morning at the Albert Lea hospital He had been taken there for a major operation. He is survived by his wife and three children. William Weaton and Arthur Stocks of Nashua had operations for appendicitis yesterday. Mrs. Albert Decker of Rudd has returned to her home following a major operation "in the hospital here. Two groups of the Congregational Churchwomen will meet for luncheons today at the homes of Mrs. M. G. Smith nnd Mrs Ira Frederickson. The Girls' Horticulture class has been organized in the high school under the direction of Paul Auringer. Judge T. A. Beardmore went to Mason City today to hold court. The Girls' Athletic association will have the annual play day program at the Manual arts building Saturday. Social events this week included meeting of Town and Country club at the home of Mr. and Mrs Alfred .Eggert, bridge club at home of Mrs. A. E. Regel, birthday sur- pnse for Miss Veronica Bases teacher in Central school, at the lome of Mrs. Mike Weller, party for Gladys and Marian Lambert, bridge party of the Tabernacle. Girls at the home of Agnes Kielty. With the opening of the Lenten season many of the clubs will take a vacation. 3eclamatory Contest for . New Hampton High Held NEW HAMPTON, Feb. 15.--New Hampton high school declamatory contest winners Monday evening in order were: Oratorical, Paul Larson, \.Helen Till, Lee Schultz. Dramatic, Pearl Merritt, David Moorhead. Humorous, Gertrude Russell Harold Stephens. LAST TIME THURSDAY REGIS TOO.MEY "PICTURE BRIDES" Red Blooded Romance Drama of the Tropics FRIDAY and SATURDAY SNDS THURS. iouble Feature Program "Night of June 13th" and "Solitaire Man Charles City News The love of a girl made him fight! BUDDY ROOSEVELT in "LIGHTNING RANGE" Also COMEDY, SPOUT, SERIAL Coming Sun. - Mon. "The Bowery" with Wallace BEERY Jackie. COOPER .ieo. RAFT SHOWING · FRi. nnrt SAT. EUGENE O'NEILL'S Amazing Story of Nothing Stopped Tills Hot Hearing Buck From Harlem 1 Yho world Wai d r i m o o f l And this rooting buck from Harlem Kked il raw and tough Ginl Goli! Dice! Yeah.. Mon'Whi'lo dealh leered in tho ihadoWi. DUDL-EY DIGGES L From Pullman s New Ideals as Well as New Deal Is Urged in Charles City Talk CHARLES CITY, Feb. 13.--Fred W. Beckman, St. Paul, editor of the Farmer's Wife, spoke to the young farmers' club last evening in the Y. M. C. A. He presented his ideas of how the farmers could get more out of farm life than a living and said "We not only have a new deal but we must have new ideals." TEe speaker stated the opportunity was greater now than at any time for changes in objectives and attitudes In farm life for people had become accustomed to changes and the present farm methods gave more leisure for cultural advantages. His talk ended with a round table discussion. W. H. Brown, county agent, introduced the speaker and Don Kruse, president of the club, presided at the meeting. Mr. Beckman was head of the department of Journalism at Iowa State college for 15 years. Joint P. T. A. Meeting and Program Planned CHARLES CITY, Feb. 15.--A large crowd is expected this evening at the joint meeting of the five Parent Teacher associations in the high school auditorium when the thirty-seventh anniversary of the National P. T. A. and the twentieth anniversary of the local organizations will be observed. The following program will be presented: Selections, high school hand, Leo Schula, director; "The Oracle Speaks," Mrs. A. O. Ruste; home, Mrs. M. J. Egerdahl, president Washington p. T. A.; church Mrs. M. J. Pfab, president Me-' Kinley P. T. A.; school, Mrs. R. H. Koenlg-, president Lincoln P. T. A.- state, Mrs. W. A. Dawson, president Central p. T. A.; spirit of P. T A. Mrs. E. A. Sheldon, high school P! T. A.; duet, James Stiehl and Malcolm Sanders; play, "Neighbors," directed by Mrs. Alton Sanders; selections, Mother Singers Chorus, Mrs. Mary Henke, director. The program was arranged by Mrs. Will Frudden, Mrs L D Smith, Mrs. H. D. Floyd, Mrs H' D. Vastfne and Mrs. A. Schilling. Monson-Troutner CHARLES CITY, Feb. 15.--Miss Gladys L. Monson of Ionia and Guv E. Troutner of Plainfield were married Tuesday afternoon by the Rev f. S. Artz at his home on West, Hulln street. The single ring ceremony ivas performed. Mr. and Mrs Troutner will live on a farm north of Plainfield. SALE of Furniture Our annual February Clearance is now going; orj. Clearing stocks to make r o o m for new goods. S u i t e s or odd pieces--we'll save you money. Joe Goss FURNITURE STORE HO South Federal Ave. Gly-Cas Wastes No Time Reaching Awful Rheumatism Was Impossible for Her to Regain Health Until She Began New Herbal Remedy; "Gly- Cas at Michael's Is Greatest Ever." It is almost inconceivable what Gly-Cas has accomplished for hundreds of. local residents, and in such a short Ume. Many have described it as almost miraculous--the results Gly-Cas gives. A man helpless with CHARLES CITY BRIEFS CHARLES CITY, Feb. 15.--Five Hart-Parr tractors were shipped from the Oliver Equipment factory to Stockholm, Sweden, yesterday. Row crop tractors were shipped to Columbia and Mexico. H. J. Huber and B. F. Welsh are attending the hardware dealers' convention in Des Moines. Mrs. J. B. Hoover of Dundee wife of a former pastor of East St. MRS. W. J. HOOD rheumatism four years suddenly found himself able to work; a lady down in bed near paralysis, was up and around before finishing the first box fit Gly-Cas; another lady after suffering 28 years now able to eat what she wants and enjoy her meals again. Now another amazing statement--read what Mrs. W. J. Hood 1G18 N. Madison Ave., Masdn City' respected local lady, having lived here the past 42 years and an active member of the Grace Evangelical Church, this city, recently said in regards to Gly-Cas' merit: "It Is a pleasure to be the means of many people learning about Gly- Cas for It gives such remarkable results," she said. "I was in such condition for years that it was even hard for me to get about with this rheumatism over my ,body. It was many years coming on me and then it was impossible for me to find anything to free myself of it--until my friends and neighbors, knowing of my condition persuaded me to give Gly-Cas a trial. It was to my pleasant surprise that In four weeks' time I was well on the road'to recovery--and after all other medicines had failed to help me in any way. Gly-Cas is a medicine that has a different action and seemingly gets to the very source of the trouble. If anyone wishes to know further about this new remedy they can call me at my home." So It goes--every day Gly-Cas gets to the cause of more and more cases of rheumatism, neuritis, nervousness, stomach, kidney, bowel and blood troubles. Gly-Cas is cold by Michael Drug Co., 5 S. Federal Ave., Mason City Iowa. Suit Brought Against Dows Paper Is Started BELMOND, Feb. lo.-- The Belmond Independent's suit with the Wright County Reporter of Dows opened in district court at Clarion Wednesday morning. The suit is an outgrowth of the appointment of the Reporter as one of the official county papers by the board of supervisors, at a meeting early in Mrs ' Ra "kin editor and K r - rs ' a " n , editor a n d publisher of the Independent, chal- longed the appointment" and pealed to the district court. ap- Lorenz Is-Re-Elected Head of Cp-Operative Creamery at Kiester KIESTER, Minn., Feb." 14.--The annual meeting of the Kiester Cooperative creamery was held yesterday in the hall. It was reported 502,000 pounds of butter were made during the year, while GOOO pounds were sold locally. H. Lorenz was reelected president, H. Weuiflein, secretary and I. Tufte, treasurer. Andrew Gudvongen is buttermaker. Iowa Falls Disposal Plant Assured, Says City Manager Klippel IOWA FALLS, Feb. 13.--City Manager Floyd Klippel today announced that the proposed sexvage disposal plant for this city \va s as- You're 'Money Ahead' on These! Hats GENUINE PEDALINE BRAID Penney's Spring Value Triumph! Superb, pliant, imported straw braid! (Don't judge it by the price). Made in America into the dashing tailored styles you wear so well! Smart Spring trimmings! New 1934 colors! Value Triumphs! Spring Bags 98* Smart as they come! We added the handsome fittings--cel- anese linings! Excellent calf and grained effects. New metal decorations! 1 '-- ----TMTM«TMTM^Mi^H« Guaranteed Fast Colors! Boys 1 Shirts 2 for 98c FANCY PERCALES A surprise value for these times! Very smart, boyish patterns! Well taUored-with pocket. Becoming- Spring colors. FEBRUARY 15 H 1934 sured. At a conference with the PWA officials in Dos Moihes, the new wage scale which will govern the construction work on the plant was adjusted to conform with present government : figures. This adjustment will increase the cost of the project 'about $2,500. The contract for the plant has already been let to Wclden Brothers Contracting company. The estimated cost is about 542,000. Rudd Declamatory Place '· 'Winners Are Announced RUDD, Feb. 15.--Three from Marble Rock judged the high school declamatory contest Tuesday evening. The winners, In order, were: Humorous, Cozy Bracken, Eleanor Richman; dramatic: Dale Schrooder, Lois Stiles; oratorical: Roger Finch, Willus Wallbaum. BY POPULAR REQUEST "DUKE"SIMSandHisBand Presenting as a Feature Cerrye and Her Accordion *% fja* Better Than Ever Jtt^lB SAT., FEB. 11, AT THE ARMORY [ Its THRIFTY 1 : TO BOX Heads --You Win! If You Wear AVEHJ CAPS Spring Colorings! Styled and modeled for smart young men! 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