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Mason City, Iowa
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Friday, February 6, 1931
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MASON CITY tiLOBE-GA'ZETTE FEBRUARY 6 1931 · MASON CITY'S FINEST THEATER CECIL Last Times Friday-THE CHEAT HOUSE OF PERSONAL SERVICE MOST THRILLING ADVENTURE OF THEM . ALL!) . With John Mack BROWN Eleanor Boardraan and cast of thousands! A Famous Book Now A More Famous Picture! MEADOW See this mighty picture and get a taste of real adventure! Indian fights -- Romance -- Beauty -An epic In every sense!, Bulk Garden We're Not Rush- ng the Season-the Season's Rushing Us! Our Fresh Stock of LEONARD SEEDS la.Npvy-In --- People Are Calling for ', . .; · Lettuce and Tomatoes. VIGORO The chemical-fertilizer that improves your lawn-and shrubbery . . . it's not a; bad time to apply it. Our stock 33 ready, we're glad to accept your orders, phone or otherwise. Currie-Van Ness Co. · "MAINTAINED BY MERIT" 11 North Federal Ave. Phone 17 Cars Washed « Greased at Highway Super Station BETTER GASOLINE PUROL PEP PUROL ETHYL West State at Washington HIGH GRADE OILS VALVOLINE TIOLENE MOBILOlL HIGHWAY OIL COMPANY : Super Station at West State and Washington. Other Stations, 'S03 North Federal; First Street S. E. and Pcnn.; 1801 Fourth Street S. W. Rent that extra room with a G.-G. Want-ad. The New 4-Ply G O O D Y E A R TIRES AT A NEW LOW PRICE OH tires are expensive to wear out. .. trade them in on safe, new Goodyears at our low 1931 prices. All types. SEE THE NEW 4-PLY. NOWHERE. WEEDTIRE CHAINS will protect from the dangers of skidding and will pull you through snow or mud. Get a set today. You'll need them many times, ' : · - . . · FROST SHIELDS, RUBBER, CHAINS, HOT WATER · - ' HEATERS, LIGHT BULBS We Sell and Service WILLARD BATTERIES VULCANIZING AND REPAIRING all makes of tires and tunes. Try .our service. Experienced factory trained repairmen. VERN HOWARD SERVICE Owned and Operated by Vern Howard PHONE 470 CORNER OF EAST STATE PENN. ROAD SERVICE. DRIVE IN SERVICE MRS, FLANDERS DIES IN CLARION Rites to Be Held Saturday for Woman, 93; Leaves Three Daughters. CLARION, Feb. 6--Mrs. M. A. Flanders, 93, who died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. ; Prank Segnor here Wednesday afternoon after a year's illness due to her advanced age, will be buried Saturday. Mrs. Flanders was born April 12, 1837. She lived in and near Burlington until 73 years old. Her husband died in 1887. Three children survive: Mrs. F. J. Segnor, Clarion; Mrs. S. W. Merrill and D. ; J. Flanders of Los Angeles. Of seven sisters and brothers, three survive: Mrs. Fanny Moore of Denver; Mrs. Frances Slenguff, Los Angeles' and Mrs. Erama. Place of .Des Moines. ' Mrs. Flanders" spent some of her latter years in Cedar Rapids and Los .Angeles, but has made her Home with Mr. and Mrs. ' Segnor · aince 1920. ' ' ' . A short service.was-held/at the Segnor home Thursday afternoon, conducted by the. Rev. F. W. Ortmeyer of the Methodist church and the body taken to Burlington. Funeral services-will" be, held in the Methodist church, of which she was a member, in Burlington, Saturday afternoon. ' " · " , ' , Man Who Solicited for Hymn Books at Leland Dsiappean . FOREST -. CITY, Feb. 6.--A young man giving, the name of R. S. Stone .with various addresses, solicited advertising in Forest City which he stated was to be used in the hymnals of the Lutheran 'church at Leland. He had .contract : with yarious merchants in Forest City for almost ?175 worth of advertising. When he gave E. N. Branstad a receipt he wrote it out for the "Le Land" church which aroused Mr. Brandstad's suspicion. An investigation showed the church at Leland had not ordered hymn books and did not contemplate purchasing- any. Stone left : a number of 'Uncashed checks, which he received from merchants, with the sheriff and all the money he had to refund to those who made contributions. Being a few cents sliort of what he claimed would be necessary to make.full refund he left his watch with the sheriff as security to return zmd make up the balance.,He has not returned the present time and .nvestigation shows that he made collections at various places which, he did not account for to the sheriff. Funeral Rites Are Held in Bristow for Duncan Wilkinson BRISTOW, Feb.' 6.--Funeral services for Duncan Wilkinson, who died at Mercy hospital, Waverly, Tuesday- morning, were held at the .United Brethren' church Wednesday afternoon with Rev. J. J. Gough in charge,. assisted by the pastor, the Rev. J. T. Hedges. · · Mr. Wilkinson was born on a'farra two miles from .town in 1875 and spent his entire life in this, community. He was married to Jessie Nicholas in" 1897 and one daughter -and three sons were, born to this lome, all of whom survive. A rother, David E., and a grandson, aoward Neal, are also living in this community. Mr. Wilkinson wag a member of the M..W. A., and a member of the Bristow schoolboard, servlrig oh - his. eighth : year at the :ime'-'.of his death. .· ·'.-.-· JEAN FREED Jean Harlow, blond actress of the films, has been granted* a divorce from Charles F. Ble- Grew II of Chicago. In the suit Miss Harlow .related several Inr stances of mental "cruelty. Me- At Mason City's THEATErlS Palu" for the last time Friday evening. . --o-"What Men Want" will end a two- day engagement Friday night at the Strand. ... --o--A. now leading lady makes her initial appearance on the screen in the stirring ; dramatization of Edna Ferber.'s widely acclaimed novel, "Cimarron." The name of this comely young actress who brings charm and a sensitive understanding to the role- of Sabra, the courageous wife of the militant pioneer? Yancey Cravat, is Irene Dunne. "Cimarron" is coming to the Cecil one week commencing Saturday, Feb. 21. Attend Oakland-Pontiac v Sales Meeting in Omaha Dan Gallagher and J. J. Smith of the John Gallagher Oakland-Pontiac agency here, have returned from Omaha, where they attended the tenth of a sefies of 23 sales presentations that are being held this winter from coast to coast. "Three hundred Oakland-Fontiac dealers, their bankers and star salesmen were in attendance at the convention, .which embraced a graphic sales presentation in the afternoon and a banquet in the evening," both at the Paxton Hotel, said Mi". Gallagher. · "Enthusiasm was expressed on all sides as-W.. A. Blees, vice president in charge of sales, outlined L the year's program and explained the co-operation that will be extended the dealer organization to make 1931 a banner year," he said. It is natural for the Turks not to ike our movies, or any'nation that las gone in for plural marriage for venturies naturally would be pretty well fed up on talkies.--Ohio State Journal. FREE FOR ASTHMA DURING WINTER A Remarkable Method That Has Come to the Rescue of Asthmatics--Send Today for Free Trial If you suffer "with those terrible attacks of Asthma when it is cold and damp; if you choke and gasp Cor "breath don't fail to send at once to the Frontier Asthma Co., for a free trial of their remarkable method. No · matter where you live or whether you have any faith in any remedy under the'Sun, send for this free.trial. If you have suffered for a lifetime and .tried everything you could learn of without relief; even if you are utterly discouraged do not abandon hope but send today for this free trial. · It is a way to find what progress may do for you in spite .of all your past disappointments in your search for'freedom from Asthma. So send for this free trial. Do -it now. This notice is published that every sufferer- may participate in this pro- .gressive method and first try the treatment free that is now known to thousands as the greatest 'boon that ever came into their lives. Send coupon today. Don't wait. The story of the hurdy frontiersmen transporting necessities across the 1600 miles of uncouquered territory lying between the Mississippi and 'the gold -fields of California will be unfofded in a great moving picture spectacle at the Palace theater, starting Saturday for four days, when Paramount's thrilling drama, "Fighting Caravans," shows here. The part these freight trains played in history, differing from the part played by the early covered wagons, is told by Keene Thompson, who, with Edward E. Paramore, Jr.. and Agnes Brand Leahy, adapted Zane Grey's famous novel for the screen. " 'Fighting Caravans' can be best described as the story of those hardy old frontiersmeri of 'The .Covered Wagon,' beating out new :rails, making new history, conquering the old West," says Thompson. "It is a continuation of the exploits of the two beloved characters, Bill Jackson and Jim.Bridger, portrayed by Ernest Toxrence- end Tully Mar- sli-dir Ii Wmeirson . Hougli'a. ''iTlie Covered Wagon.' " A comedy of errors in a beauty"' shop, "Reducing," opening Saturday at the Cecil, perrnits Marie-Dressier; and Polly Moran to have as much fun with the over-weight game as they did with Wall Street in "Caught Short." "Reducing" finds "Pauline Rochay," wealthy beauty parlor owner, inviting her sister, Marie, to bring her whole family for a New York visit. The fun starts the minute Marie climbs aboard a Pullman car with her mail-carrier husband, Lucien Littlefield; her daughter, Anita Page and her two mischievous sons, Billy Naylor and Jay Ward, the latter the cute mascot of the American Legion Paris convention, Laughs continue to mount when Marie goes into her sister's- beauty parlor. These guffaws are drawn, together in a compact story of love episodes between .wo .interesting young couples--Anita Page and William Bakewcll lally Eilers and William ("Buster") Collier, Jr., , --o-A great romantic thrill picture will open a' four-day engagement at the Strand theater Saturday. It is "The .Storm," produced from Langdon McCormick's sensationally successful stage play of the same name Tempestuously lovely Lupe Velez has the leading role. With her are featured Paul Cavanagh and William Boyd,.two of the most distinguished actors of the stage and screen. The central situation of "The Storm" is sufficiently dramatic in itself. Two men, old frienda, -are penned up in a snow-bound cabin in the Canadian wilds with the gir whom both love.-While death by starvation closes , down up"5n al three, the love hunger in the hearts of the men hourly brings each other closer to the other's throat In add! tion to the tense emotional effect, of "The Storm," there are natura thrills of breath-taking intensity There are scenes of a terrific aval anche, appalling blizzards, and of i. canoe shooting rapids, in whicl death rode breast to breast with th players. FREE TRIAL COUPON FRONTIER ASTHMA CO., 520K Frontier Bldg., 462 Niagara St., Buffalo, N. Y. Send free trial of your method to: ; "Dough' Boys," with "Buster Keaton in hilarious adventures as a greenhorn doughboy at the front, is the attraction at the Iowa theater Friday and Saturday. Not ( only is this Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer production one of the most pretentious vehicles In which the frozen-facea Keaton has appeared, but it is built on a new idea, with legitimate thrills interspersed with the laughs, and a pretty romance, too; running thru it. Buster joins-the arms thru a mishap, and after all manner of comical grief at training camp finds himself "Over There." He gets lost in "No Man's Land," finds him- delf in German- dugouts, and has one hilarious adventure after another until the Armistice ends his woes. "The Great Meadow" will be presented for the last time Friday night at the Cecil. --o-The Palace will offer "Naughty Flirt" and "White Hell of Pitz ROLLER SKATING , .Every Night r '. « -. SATURDAY and SUNDAY "'" 8:iiO to'.10:30 P. M. Eighth St. and Sonth Federal CAMPAIGN NETS 84 MEMBERSHIPS F i n 1 a y s o ri's Team Holds Lead; Harrer Still High Man. A total of 698 points representing a total of 84 memberships had been piled up in the Y. M. C. A. campaign, the Friday morning check up revealed. Sixty-seven memberships are renewals and 17 are hew.- . Robert Finlayson's team continued in the lead with 241 - points. Charles Gasswint's team had 220 points and Harvey Major's team 156 points.. Clarence Schukei's team had chalked up 81 points. George Harrer was high point individual with 129 points and W. S. Wilcox came second with 109 points. C. L. Murray had 64 points and H. D, Make ever had 60. The.campaign closes at 10 o'clock Saturday, night. Held at Des Moines. : . . DES MOINES, Feb. 6. JP1--Floyd Dady is held in default of $2,000 bond here in an effort to identify him as the man wanted for transporting a stolen automobile from Minneapolis to Sioux City. R. N. Reuber, M. D. 2l'/ z S. Federal (Above J. 3. Newberry Store) INTERNAL MEDICINE PHYSICAL THERAPY . SKIN DISEASES Telephone, Office 3880, Res. 2560 DR. T. S. CLARK OSTEOFATB3C PHYSICIAN EAR, NOSE, THROAT 429 M. B. A. Phone 3192 KELLY'S HARP ORCHESTRA OF .OSAGE 1 Will Play for the AMERICAN LEGION OLDTIME DANCE Saturday Night, February 7 AT THE ARMORY Admission Always 25c Now ventilating system now in . operation. IOWA FRIDAY SATURDAY AND NOW THE BATTLE OF LAUGHS BUSTER Popular Prices lOc and 25c KEATON in the Howitzer of Howls ALLTALKIMC . with Cliff Edwards A BUSTER KEATON . ' production LAUREL AND HARDY COMEDY NEWS-EVENTS CARTOON Dr. Horace Beemer EXTRACTION SPECIALIST X-RAY OF TEETH J. C. Penney Building STDAND LAST TIMES FRIDAY 1 m ^^^ M Wen Want with, PAULINE ST/VrtKE BEN LYON BARBARA KENT 0 ^ SHOWS AT 1-2:40-4:15-5:50-7:25-9 STARTS SATURDAY FOUR DAYS "You know how 'tis!" WTH LUPE VEIEZ PAUL CAVANAUGK W1U1AM Two men marooned for the winter in a snowbound cabin with a beautiful girl! Also aiscond installment TIM McCOY --IN-"THE INDIANA ARE COMING" Starting Saturday ALAC SEE IT! Dashing You Thru a Land of Adventure and Romance The Paramount of Pioneer Pictures Entertainment for the Entire Family BIG MIDNITE SHOW SATURDAY, 11:15 P. M. Last Time Friday BIG DOUBLE PROGRAM ALICE WHITE --IN-"THE NAUGHTY FLIRT" / --AND-"THE WHITE HELL OF PITZ PALU" WONDER PICTURE OF THE ALPS ./,

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