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FOURTEEN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE DECEMBER 7 1933 At Mason City THEATERS PLENTY OF LAUGHS IN "HER FIRST MATE" '. Slim Summervillo and Zasu Pitts collaborate to "Her First Mate" to furnish moviegoers with one of the funniest comedy farces seen on local screens for' some time. This picture plays for the last times Thursday night at the Iowa theater.' * Â» Â» "Another. Language," a sfcfrrtag vehicle for Helen Hayes, finishes a. -,two day engagement at the Strand Thursday. Robert Montgomery plays opposite Miss Hayes In this picture. As usual, Miss Hayes leaves little to be desired in portraying her role. # * 9 Louisa M. Alcott's.famous story, "Little Women," conies to the Cecil screen Saturday for a week's engagement with Katharine Hepburn 'in the leading role supported by Joan Bennett, Paul Lukas, Frances Dee, Jean Parker, 'Edna May Oliver Dr. E. C. Martin Successor to Dr, J. D. Reeler CHIROPODIST 316 1st Nat. Bank Bldg. Ph. 831 I ENDS THURS: KOBT. MONTGOMERY, HELEN HAYES IN "ANOTHER LANGUAGE" STARTS FBIDAV Hooray! He's here agoJn! and Bad-men ana wild horse*--Flnt showing. - YWARD STRAWBERRY ROAN" CO J UNO FOUR DAYS SfON. - TUBS. - N'ED. - THU8S. OOLI DIOQER3 OF 1933 i LOVE ON THE WATERFRONT A. cautious captain learns about women from a mermaid who couldn't awiml "HELL AND HIGH WATER" with RICHARD ARLEN JUDITH ALLEN s Coming Saturday OLSE.V'S IUG MOMENT And "EVER IN MY 1IEABT' and others. Hailed throughout the country as one of the finest pictures ever filmed, it must be good. From all reports it will drag a tear from he eye of the most hardened movie jatron. * * * STANWYCK AND BRENDEL ON NEXT PALACE BILL "Ever in My Heart" starring Barbara Stanwyck and Otto Kruger shares the next double feature program which comes to the Palace aturday for four daya with the Scandinavian star, El Brendel, in his latest film, "Olsen's Big Moment." This bill combines tragedy and comedy, which should be a satisfactory arrangement, * * * Ken Maynard heads the week-end bills at both the Strand and the 'owa, so take your pick. Or play no 'avorites and see them both. At the Strand his picture is 'Strawberry Roan," which la a tory built partially around the famous cowboy ballad singing the jraises of the bronc by that name. The film at the Iowa is "The Lone | Avenger," which portrays the cowboy star successfully solving the mysterious murder of his father and bringing the guilty parties to account for the slaying. These pictures run Friday and Saturday. * e Â» TWO GOOD FILMS NOW AT PALACE The double feature bill which runs through Friday at the Palace has two showa which are about equally Efood. "Stage Mother" with Alice Brady and Maureen O'Sullivan in the leading roles is extremely good in spots, particularly, stage show in which Maureen is supposed to star as Shirley Lorraine. The AlbertVna Rasche chorus gives Its usual fine performance. Ted Healy proves that he can carry on without his stooges. The idea hack of the picture is probably truer than most of as would care to believe, that is, it is readily conceivable that sheer acting ability alone will not get one to the top of the ladder for keeps. Some friend who "had something on" tha big shots would help quite a bit ia many cases. "Hell and High Water," another waterfront story by Max Miller, author of "I Cover the Waterfront," is not quite the equal of the latter picture but it is good clever entertainment. Richard Arlen gives a good account of himself, as does Judith Allen. Matsu!, a diminutive Japanese counterpart of El Brendel, :g extremely clever, as is the baby, Robert Knettles. * * * Â·ANN VICKERS" IS RECOMMENDED To those who enjoy thoroughly Sinclair Lewis' style of writing and ttj situations he creates in some of his hooks, "Ann Vickers," showing at the Cecil, is a wonderful picture. To others it's still a good show, but the lines at times, particularly those of Walter Huston, hero, are a' little too clever (a la Lewis) and even a little impossible. Also the average playgoer might become a little weary of Ann's tendency to get into private difficulties while doing social or Safe Drivin Hint o By lolra JtotOy VÂ«Wcle Dept. The Right of Way O UR graveyards are heavily populated with motorists who sailed along serenely under the false colors of the right- of-way banner. Actually, the term "Right-of-Way" as a hard and fast rule to follow is as old-fashioned as auto cranks and linen dusters. It's all right when you have the right of way to keep going at the Intersection, but keep your car under control because tha other fellow may think he has it, too. Don't place too much faith in him. If he doesn't stop as he should, then you must be able to stop ot there will be a smashup. Substitute in your traffic vocabulary-the axiom that there is a "Safe Way" for every emergency. Learn to depend upon the "Safe Way" and you will never be killed in a futile attempt to defend the right-of-way. SLIGHT DROP IN JOBS IS SHOWN Governmental Relief Work Not Included; Total Is Above 1932. DES MOINES, Dec. 7. Â£--Em- ployment in Iowa industries decreased 3.0 per cent during November, Labor Commissioner Frank E. Wenig 1 reported today. Compared 1 to a year ago, however, Wenig said the figures show a 11.0 per cent gain. The employment figures Btill were above those for August and governmental relief work was not included in the survey. The loss In industrial employment, Wenig said, was. somewhat unexpected but not particularly alarming, although seasonal declines did not account for the entire decrease. Wenig said observers over the state were inclined to attribute prison work and trying to straighten out the lives of others. Irene Dunne has the spotlight all the -way as Ann Vickers and fits her role perfectly. Walter Huston as the Â· judge-crook-lover seems a little unreal hut it's the part's fault rather than his own. Sdna May Oliver saves the day with her dry humor on several occasions when the situation is getting a little emotional and some of the customers are beginning to wipe their glasses. Kensett Creamery Will Hold Annual Gathering KENSETT, Dec. 7--The yearly creamery meeting will be held Saturday at Kensett in the lodge hall. Diner will be served at noon. R. M. Hall of Northwood'will give a talk after which election of officers will be held. New Hampton Will Be Host to Legion Posts of Chickasaw Dec. 14 NEW HAMPTON, Dec. 7 The Fae Stine post of the American Legion, New Hampton, will be host to the Chickasaw county Legion posts fat the county meeting Thursday, Dec. 14. Leo Duster, Cedar Rapids, state commander, and R. J. Laird, Des Moines, state adjutant, will be the principal speakers. some of the decrease to a general decline in trade, probably due to over production and underconsump- tion as a result of unrestricted activity during summer months. Some Report Losses. Industries recording employment losses over October, Wenig said, are food products, 1.8 per cent decline; textiles, 5.3 per cent; iron and steel, 9.5 per cent; lumber products, 2.9 per cent; leather products, 1.5 per cent; paper products, 1.8 per cent; patent medicines, 8.G per cent; stone and clay, 8.4 per cent. Meat packing in the food products group reported a substantial loss for the month, while the poultrj and produce establishments reported the usual seasonal gain. AH industries . in the textiles group reported losses except pearl button industry reported a slight increase over the former month. Gains Are Shown. Iron and steel groups, showed heavy curtailments in payrolls, except in the agricultural implement group. The major industries in the lumber products industry showed employment losses for the month. Leather products sustained a slight loss, due to seasonable influences. Groups reporting slight increases were tobacco and cigars 2.8 per cent, railroad carshopa, 0.8 per cent, and miscellaneous industries 0,5 per cent. The loss for the 30 day period may be considered temporary, Wenig said, particularly because the year's figures show the substantial gain over 1932. Fifi Dorsay Weds Maurice Hill After "Trial Honeymoon' HOLLYWOOD, Dec. 7 =P--After a. chaperoned "trial honeymoon," Fifi Dorsay, French film actress, and Maurice Hill, son of a Chicago manufacturer, were married yesterday in a ceremony attended only by Miss Dorsay's managers, Vernon D. Wood and Roland Becker and their wives. For three weeks previous they had lived under the same roof, accompanied by chap erons. With only 30 hours of sunshine during November and Decembei needed, the- 1911 record of 1,720 hours at Kew, near London, may b4 broken. Everybody Appreciates A FURNITURE GIFT You never made a mistake In giving for the Home. Select here where prices are very attractive. JoeGoss FURNITURE STORE 119 South Federal Avc. IOWA Last Time Thurs. Mat. Joe; fcve. !40c; Children lOc FRIDAY and SATURDAY LADIES' GIFT NIGHT Every Monday, Starting Dec. 11. Claremont Sliver Plated Ware to Every Lady. Goldfield Juniors to Present Play Dec. 12 GOLDFIELD, Dec. 7.--Members of the junior class of the Goldfield high school will present their annual class play at the Memorial hall on Tuesday evening. Dec. 12. The play, "I Will, I Won't," directed by Miss Marella Conley, will be given by Duane Anderson, Roy Larson, Miller Nelson, SyVvus Jones, Louvse Anderson, Bernice Has- ifcrouck, 'Dorothy Ciowl, Ruth Mc- Cutcneon, Marian Kelson, Vivian Myers. Officers Are Elected by Kensett Royal Neighbors KENSETT, Dec. 7.--The Royal Neighbors met at the Johnson home Tuesday afternoon, Miss Gladys Johnson being the hostess. Officers elected were Oracle, Mae Houston; vice oracle, Melissa Reab; past oracle, Marion Knutaon; chancelor, Inga Edwards; recorder, Ida Knutson; receiver, Irma Emerson; inner sentinel, Maul Pangburn; outer sentinel, Louise Knutson, and manager, Thea Linflott. Minnesota. Youth Wins Safety Essay Contest WASHINGTON, Dec. 7.--Winner of the national safety essay contest conducted among Junior members of more than 5,000 subordinate granges, Stan ton Peterson, 18, Branam, Minn., was guest of the National Grange at its annual sessions at Boise, Idaho. Peterson read his composition, "Why Highway Safety Pays," at one of the general meetings of the order. All ot his expenses from his home at Braham to Boise, while at the sessions, and return home, were paid by the National Automobile Chamber of Commerce, donor of the prizes. Aged Fredericksburg Woman's Funeral held FREDERICK SBTJRG, .Dec. 7.-Funeral services for Mrs. Carl Griesert, 89, were held yesterday afternoon, with the Rev. Otto Durr officiating-. Mrs. Griesert is survived by one son, Otto Grieaert of Fredericksburg and two daughters, Idrs. Louisa VonDoehrcn and Mra. Henry Myers, both of Fredericksburg. Kiester Voters Elect Robertson for Mayor KIESTER, Minn., Dec. 7.--The village election resulted in T. D. Robertson being elected mayor and Swann Peterson assessor. There was a fairly good turnout of vot- Lake Mills Man to Spend 30 Days in County Jail LAKE MILLS, Dec. 7--Ole Borgan recently while serving a six day jail sentence, was working in the south part of town for Marshal Lewis Thoe. Ole decided the work to difficult and walked away. But Ole came back yesterday and was escorted to Forest City where he will remain at the county jail for 30 days. ' Lloyd ^*T!* ^"*Â¥1-2 CECIL TODAY! L E W I S THE BOOK THAT , SWEPT THE NATION LIKE A FIRE! I R E N E D U N N E WALTER HUSTON onTM Screen- Â»"Â» on tno screen. STARTS SATURDAY! LOUISA. MAY A L C O T T ' S 'JOAN BENNETT F R A N C E S DEE P A U L L U K A S J E A N P A R K E R EDNA MAY OLIVER DougloiiMontgomery Honry Stephenion AMERICA'S EVERLASTING ROMANCE OF FOUR YOUJSJG GIRLS IN LOVK A PICTURE TrtAT EVERY MAN, WOMAN AND CHILD SHOULD NOT FAIL TO SEE! of Britt Is Named Marshal at Crystal Lake CRYSTAL LAKE, Dec. 7.-George Rambargcr who has been marshal for several years, resigned and Mr. Lloyd of Britt, who has assisted Mr. Rambarger during the harvesting of the potatoes and onions, has been hired by the businessmen of Crystal Lake as the Crystal Lake marshal. Elsie Osterhage Head of Royal Neighbors at Rudd R U D D, Dec. 7.-- The Royal Neighbors Tuesday evening elected: Oracle, Elsie Osterhagc; vice oracle, Minnie Knelsel; chancellor, Lena Helmers; recorder, Luella Kock; receiver, Beulah Birkholz; past oracle, Vlnnie Loterbaur; marshal, Esther Gray; inner sentinel, Edna Woodworth; outer sentinel, Pearl Kollman; musician, Amy Allen, manager, Gertie Lohr; captain, Clara Schrader. DANCES Clear Lake Country Club Saturday and Sunday December 9, 10 CLARENCE CRAVEN anil His Band, both n]ghta. You muat be hero to greet Clarence, onfl of lowa'a foremost plan- latj*. He haa hundred sof frtends fn thin community. He'll be looking for you In the crowd, . .40c Per Person Soloists in Oratorio at Decorah Are Announced DECORAH, Dec. 7.--Soloists who will take part in "The Messiah," to be given Dec. 17 in Decorah, will be Mrs. H. F. Lovold, Spring Grove, Minn., soprano; Vera Teachout Thurber, Chatfield, Minn., conSral- to; Adolph Engstrom, Northfield, Minn., tenor, and W. B. Stanford, Minneapolis, bass. These soloists, with the exception ot the tenor, have taken part in the Messiah at Decorah before. Grand Prize Championship Cake Walk AND PUBLIC DANCE An Old Tlmo Georgia Camp Meeting--Twelve Couples Wednesday, Dec, 13 Under the Auspices of the Senegalese Drum and Bugle Corps. Admission 45o. Tickets on Sale at ... Killmcr Drug Co., United Cigar Store, Huxtable Drug Co., Pleazol Cigar Store, Vance Music Co. Clews Sought in Robbery of Gordonsville Grocery QORDONSVTLLE, Minn., Dec. T. --The D. L. Bolton grocery store and restaurant was broken into and candy, clgarets and several dollars in small change from . the till taken. Sheriff Myre woa called from Albert Lea, fingerprints were made, but no definite clews have been found. Work at Twin Springs. DECORAH, Dee. 7--Thirty-nine CCC camp boys have been transferred to other conservation camps. The remainder of the boys at the local camps are working on a trout roaring pond which is being built at Twin Springs, and also are Improving Palisades park. Work on Sle- wer's springs, where a fish hatchery will be built, will start as soon as possible. Play to Bo Two Nights. LATIMER, Dec. 7.--"Where Jane Takes a Hand," a three act comedy, will be given at D. B. S. hall, Friday and Saturday under the direction of Miss Stella Jones. Special numbers will be given between the acts by some ol the grade pupils. Pint M ^ffifc^^*^^ ^ coco COD KLEENEXES BROHO LTZGQ 9* TakÂ«advÂ«Â«ta ? Â«off Turkc Din||tr W fcfij RITO tnCG LOW PriCeS /*Â»//Â«Â«Â«Â«/Â£ TMÂ«*.rf d r,r Heuritis Pain m B **i WÂ» W^V Â·Â» Â· Â· f^r^ U. 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