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TEN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE DECEMBER 8 1933 CORN LOANS AID IN IOWA SALES Rapid Increase in Number Approved lor lowans Is Shown. A new and significant phase of thÂ« government's program- of corn loans was reported in many sections of Iowa Friday as the influx of money was reported by merchants to be felt In channels of trade Increased sales, payment of new automobiles with corn loan checks and the purchase of needed personal and farm equipment were reported. Loans at the rate of 45 cents a bushel had mounted Thursday night to 51,521,410 to 1,781 farmers in 77 Iowa counties. Cherokee county, in northwest Iowa, leads the state In the greatest number of loans completed: 123 for a total of ?66,989 Sac county, however, is registered for the greatest amount of loans due to a single $135,000 grant to W P. Adams of Odebolt. Sac county's .total is ?163,598. Mont Sign Contract. The Commodity Credit corpora tion is making the loans at 45 cents a. bushel on corn sealed on farms Farmers obtaining loans obllgat themselves to sign the corn-no; contract. There were 37 more cribs of com sealed Wednesday and Thursday, i Kossuth county, a report from 'A , gona stated. This makes a total o 54 cribs sealed in Kossuth county The total bushels sealed the pas two days amounted to 44,574. Wianesbiek county was amon the more recent North Iowa couu ties to join the procession recelvln loans. Two loans for S606 were ap proved Thursday and others hav baen applied for. County Agent C W. Back will explain the, prograrr at a meeting Saturday afternoon a the courthouse In Decorah." County Totals Increase. Fifteen more loans, $8,414, were granted in Floyd county. Twelve loans totaling 510,415 boosted Hardin county's total. Nineteen more loans, 56,324, were granted: in Mitchell county. In Palo Alto. 35 Joans for $15,445, in Winnebago 12 ' loans for $4,713 and 17 for $20,057 in Wright were among the larger totals shown. Corn loans made Thursday in Hancock county went to Ed Williams, Corwith, for $555; Elmer ISngstrom, Kanawha, $450; T. J. Osness, Garner, 5195.75; Gustav Jass,,Garner, $879.60; Albert Jass, Jr.. Garner. 5225; Peter Paulson, Garner, 5423; Walter Meinecke, Garner, $126.80; R. A. Olson, Gar- er, $633.60; Ralph Jass, Garner, 450. 49,100 Bushels In Hancock, Loans made in Hancock total 22,095, with 30 farmers sealing 9,100 bushels since last Friday vhen the first corn loan was filed. Tern Katter, county recorder, and Deputy Gertrude Tobln have been ushcd filing loans. The'high mark was made Thursday when nine armers took out loans. Garner Â· merchants report husi- jess to be more active since the orn loan money has begun to cir- ulate. Old accounts are being paid. Jany are using the money for taxes and back rent on farms. A motor ales company sold two hew automobiles to farmers Thursday that were paid for with corn loan money. Five corn loans were recorded in Butler county Thursday, bringing Mrs. Rogers was the widow of the late J. A, Rogers, for many years mayor of Clarion and assistant U. S. district attorney for northern Iowa. At Mason Gity THEATERS he total to 15. They were: Tiepke, Clarkeville, : $135; Carl .Will Wlnkleman, Waverly, $360; Demetria Shafer, Clarksville, $202.50; Clinton Lockwood, Dougherty, $450; A. D. Cripps and Henry Conraads, Farkersburg, $32S. Girl Dies in Acldey;. Body Taken to Kansas ACKLET, Dec, 8.--The, body of Miss Aimee Jean Mangun, 19/wh.o, following a few days' illness of pneumonia, died from heart disease Thursday at the home of her unclei Dr. H. V. Mangun, was taken today to her home in Kansas City where final rites will be held. She came to Ackley this summer for the-benefit of her health. Rites Held for Widow of. Former Mayor in Clarion CLARION, Dec. 8.--Funeral services for Mrs. J. A. Rogers were held yesterday afternoon with the Rev. W. A. Wintersteln officiating. FINE PICTURE FOR SINCLAIR LEWIS FANS "Ann Vickers," the picture which finishes its run at the Cecil theater Friday evening, should provide real enjoyment for , those who enjoy novels by Sinclair Lewis and other similar stories. Irene Dunne cast as Ann Vickers, holds the spotlight throughout the film and ia every bil as good as she was in "Back Streets," and, as might well be expected, Walter Huston gives a fine account of himself in a ; difficult tricky role. Edna May Oliver another dependable ^performer, live up to her reputation, admirabl; bucking up the few emotional situa tions with her drv. humor, Bruc Cabot and Conrad Nagel also appe.a in supporting roles. Â·* * "Stage Mother" and "Hell and Hlg Water" comprise the double featur program which ends its three da engagement at the Palace Frida night. The pictures are about on par from any standpoint, althoug "Stage Mother" must be concede an edge when the two casts ar considered. Alice Brady, as th "stage mother" of Maureen O'SuI llvan, is good, although in one wo scenes she does not seem to e right at home in her part; while Miss 'O'Sullivan gives probably the tost finished performance of her areer. The chorus work of the Ibertina Rasche girta is flawless, and Ted Healy is good for several augha. Â· Â· Â· The other picture-haa its ups and owns, but leaves you with the idea hat it was all right and that the ps were in the majority. Richard rlen and Judith Allen carry the eavy roles, while a newcomer to he screen, a Japanese half pint amed Mataui, is every bit as good s some folks think El Brendel is. t blonde, curley-haired youngster who will grow up to be known as Robert Knettles performs as a inished actor despite his extreme !esrt" and El BrendeVs latest Â«tar- ag vehicle "Olsen'a Big Moment" larmg the spotlight. Both pictures romlse good entertainment. Â» * Â» 7JTTLE WOMEN" AT SEOIL FOR WEEK Bald to be one of thq outstanding- pictures In Hollywood history, Little Women," screen adaptation t Louisa M. Alcott's famous story f the same name, begins a week's ngagement Saturday at the Cecil heater. The cast of the picture atone would make, it, including Â·Catharine Hepburn, Joan Bennett, aul Lukas, Frances Dee, Jean 'arker and Edna May Oliver. 'STRAWBERRY ROAN" IS KEN MAyNARD PICTURE Friday and Saturady at the Strand. Ken Maynard will star In 'Strawberry Roan," a western romance built around the famous olc cowboy song of the same name Ruth Hall plays opposite Ken in this film, with Harold Goodwin and William Desmond in supporMn parts Â· Â» . , * Â· , The same Ken Maynard Is th main go at the. Iowa Friday anc Saturday in "The one Avenger," e western picture featuring Ken .S: his successful efforts to solve an avenge the mysterious death of hi father. . . 3 * * A new double feature program comes to the Palace theater Satur day for four days with Barbar Stanwyck's picture "Ever in M Sunday only, at the Strand Edmund Lowe and Wynne Gibson will e shown ia "Her Bodyguard," a dmedy farce of a golddlgger whose eart Is finally stolen by the in- Ifferent, hardboilcd bodyguard hired to watch her by one of her ugar-daddlea. Included in the sup- lortlng cast are Johnny Hines, tlarjorle White, Alan Dlnehart and ."BÂ«f ora Midnight," mystery hriller starring Ralph Bellamy and IB Collyer, will show Sunday, Monday and Tuesday at the Iowa. Bellamy Is cast as an Investigator who ultimately uncovers a murder Setty Blythe, whom many will remember as a star in silent films 3 a supporting role in this mystery picture. DANCE Clear Lake Country Club Saturday and Sunday December 9, 10 Clarence Craven and his orchestra. Bringing larger band for these 2 dances. He belongs to North Iowa. Let's give him a rousing welcome! 40c PER PERSON IOWA Mat. J5o; Eve. SOc; Child. 10o ' Added for Fun "HIS FIRST CASE" CARTOON, AND NEWS STARTS SUNDAY Ralph Bellamy -- June Collyer "BEFORE MIDNIGHT" LADIES' GIFT NIGHT Every Monday, Starting Dec. 11. Claremont Silver Plated Ware to Every Lady. Big Carnival Dance AVALON BALLROOM--SUNSET INN MANBY.IOWA Saturday Might., Dec. 9 Music by AI Menke and His Orchestra Ladies 25c Gents 40c SHOWING Sunday Only with EDMUND LOWE WYNNE GIBSON This million dollir Broadway baby can't trust fcarselc with a man . . . and the men can't (nut irer -rith each other!. ADDED-COMEDY AND MUSICAL FRIDAY and SATURDAY It's a Thrllllne Western! BaJ Men-Will Horses--Flaming Guns! FIRST SHOWING Also CHA?. 9 "TARZAN THE FEARLESS" COMING, FOUR DAYS--MON., TUBS., WED., THURS. GOLD DIGGERS OF 1933 THl P I C T U R E T H A T WILL STORM YOUR H E A R T AND LIVE A S A P R I C E L E S S MEMORY ALWAYS! * w Â· ^ * ^ ^ ^^Â» T ^ Â· - ----------..^-^----~---*Â·Â« -Â·Â·!-Â» mu.j j.u.j'-.i '. ' . ' ^ Â· . ^ Â· ^ Â· Â· Â· ^ ^ ^ Â· ^ ^ Â· Â· ^ Â· Â· B DOUBLE FEATURE PROGRAM There's No Sense to It I 1 Maybe you'll only bust a few buttons loose-But you will have the laugh of your life when you BÂ«c El Brendel in Moment Heroin* deorto every woman .... Secrel sweetheart of every man. ...Madcap"Jo"of the grandest love itoryeyerwritlen in America 1 . ENDS FRIDAY: AUcÂ« Bnuly "STAGE MOTHER" --and-- Â·Hell and High Water' --with-Richard Arlen Judith Allen EL BRENDEL Barbara Weeks - Susan Fleming Mat Walter Catlett OA-. STARTS SATURDAY A new sensation of loveliness! ...And a new, more glorious Hepburn ftllsthe forgotten corners of your heart with the romance twenty million have treasured ...Come, laugh and cry and thrill with her in the ecstasy of love in springtime! /ist mt mi Exectifive Producer MERIAN C. COOPER Louisa May Alcott... with JOAN BENNETT Â· PAUL LUKAS Â· FRANCES DEE J E A N P A R K E R - E D N A M A Y OL1VE.R DOUGLASS MONTGOMERY Â· HENRY STEPHENSON Directed by GEORGE CUKOR COME, SEE THEM LEAP FROM THE BOOK AND LIVE*. JUST AS THREE GENERATIONS HAVE LOVED THEM.' A l J c c i o l e Producer 'KENNETH MacGOWAN SHOWS START 1-3-5-7-9 P. M. CECIL STARTS SATURDAY SHOWS START 1-3-5-7-9 P. M.