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February 7, 1931

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 11

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12 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE HOOVER TO HEAR DOCTORS OF U,S, Specialists Will Give Idea v for Improving Nation's Children. WASHINGTON, Feb. 7. America's doctors are preparing to lay before President Hoover their Ideas for saving Hveg and preventing suffering by the nation's children. When they assemble here Feb. 19 members of the medical service section of the white house child health conference will hold the final meeting of that conference. A report, unfinished two months ago when the general conference was held, will be discussed, completed and submitted to the president, to whom they will give the SUNDAY DINNER Southern. Fried Spring Chicken or Roast Pork, all r/v the trimmings OU C Barbecue Saturday and Sunday 408 Second Northwest ONE o/JOWA'S FINE HOTELS \ convenient itoc for toiirlsts 3OO Rooms Dining Room Grill Room en Snop !· 8* ADXION. study results o£ an exhaustive launched two years ago, Topics governing the health and medical care of children, ranging from vaccination and examination as preventives to the influence of economic conditions will be gone over thoroly, along with prenatal influences and care during the three day session. FEBRUARY 7 1931 | JACOB NISSEN, MESERVEY, DIES Funeral Services for Early Settler Will Be Held on Monday. MESERVEY, Feb. 7.--Jacob Nissen, 77, one of the first settlers in this vicinity, died about 10.:30 o'clock last night from an attack of pneumonia. Funeral services will be held Monday afternoon at the Evangelical church, of which he had been a lifelong member. Mr. Nissen resided in this vicinity for 50 years. He retired from a farm 12 years ago. He is survived by four sons, Albert, Frank and Elmer, Meservey, and Irving, Kamrar, and one daughter, Mrs. Erma Hartfelder, Meservey. Bread cast on the waters will return again, and this is equally true of your dough.--Wisconsin State Journal. V R E A L Home Styte CookftiR puts the finishing touch to the food we serve. A Special Dinner with Baked Spring Chicken as the particular attraction will be ready to serve at 12 noon. SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 8 Plan Your Dinner -With Us Sanborn's Restaurant utl South Federal Ave. Open every day 6 a. m. to a p. m. THIS IS ONE place where people come back to eat the second J time--They say our meals always taste good. Don't Miss Our SPECIAL SUNDAY DINNER Chinese Service At All Hours PRINCESS CAFE 112 NORTH FEDERAL Come Mason City Everybody's Theater Starts Saturday--Thru Tuesday NATURE'S RAGE UNLOOSED -Primitive Passions Run Wild! You'll Thrill! You'll Gasp as Becomes Snowbound with two others IN PLUS: The Only Serial $ver Shown in the Roxy Theater in New York. SECOND INSTALLMENT "THE INDIANS ARE COMING" SOUND NEWS VITAPHONJS ACT City Screen . MARIE DHESSLEB AND POLLY MOUAN ABE STAKRED IN 'Keduclng" which opened a four day engagement Saturday at the Cecil. This comic pair shows up the funny side of beauty parlors. A SCENE FROM "THE STORM," A STIRRING ROMANCE OF the Canadian wilds featuring Lupe Velez and William Boyd. At the Strand theater four days starting Saturday. COMING ATTRACTIONS CECIL Saturday, Sunday, Monday, Tuesday--"Reducing" with Marie Dressier and Polly Moran. This picture pokes fun at beauty pariors. Wednesday, Thursday, Friday Comedy sensation, "The Royal Bed" with Lowell Sherman and Mary AstoFj STRAND Saturday, Sunday, Monday, Tuesday--Tw,o-feature bill. Lupe Velez in "The Storm" and the second installment of the serial picture, "The Indians Are Coming" with Col. Tim McCoy. Wednesday, Thursday, Friday-Frank Morgan and Carol Lombard in "Fast and Loose," which shows how the world is living and loving". At Mason City's THEATERS Marie -Dressier and Poljy Moruii lave scored another comedy "ten- strike" .with ""Reducing," their latest Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer picture which opened Saturday at the Cecil the-, ater for four days. "Reducing" ha* been admirably directed by Charles "Chuck" Riesner, who also wielded the megaphone for "Caught Short," the previous comedy triumph of the hilariously funny pair. The picture pokes fun at beauty parlors in the same hilarious way its predecessor took a fling at AVall Street. The plot c o n c e r n s Pauline Rochay, beauty parlor expert, who invites her sister, Marie, to come from the country for a visit with her whole family. What happens when the buxom Miss Dressier loads her extensive tribe aboard a Pullman, and unloads them at the Grand Central station, New York, starts the laugh ball rolling. As is customary with modern full length comedies, a serious love story underlies the laugh- making. In "Reducing" it concerns Anita Page and William Bakewell; Sally Eilers and William (Buster) Collier, Jr. . --o-Hailed as one of the talking screen's most thrilling pictures. "The Storm," Universal'. 1 ) romantic drama of the human triangle in a snowbound cabin in the Canadian wilds, opened a four-day engagement Saturday at the Strand theater. Lovely, vivacious Lupe Velez has the leading feminine role, thai of a little French-Canadian girl. The male angles of the triangle are pur- trayed by two of the most capabl actors of stage and screen--Paul Cavanagh and William Boyd. The human situation in "The Storm" alone would furnish drama and suspense enough for any pic tured Added to this, however, are natural thrills of a surpassing nature. The company filming "The Storm" spent weeks in the. high Sierras of California to obtain the proper location for the outdoor scenes. Outstanding among the natural thrills are a tremendous avalanche, terrific blizzards, and shooting rapids by ', nae. at ever- present peril to those engaged. --o--If you have rend'Edna Ferhor's recent novel,' "Cimarron," you will "be interested to learn that this book which so beautifully and dramatically traces the turbulent life of a militant pioneer from, the .days of the Oklahoma frontier down to our own times, has been adapted to the screen. The picture will be presented one week at the Cecil com- I mencinjj Feb. 21. ·· I --o-Dickinson's Daughter I Is Operated Upon for Appendicitis; Resting WASHINGTON, Feb. 7.--Mra Rollin Hunter, formerly Miss Ruth Dickinson, was operated upon fo: appendicitis at a Washington hospital this week. An early recovery is expected. Mrs. Hunter j.s the daughter of Representative and Mrs. L. J. Dickinson. MORE STRIFE YET TO BE EXPECTED (Continued From Fage 1). contribution if afforded the oppor tiinity. * * * THE main obstacle is that the new ·*· new congress will not meet un til Dec. 7 unless President Hoover calls an extra session, and he surel will not do so in order to get the $25,000,0000 allowance made, considering that he strongly disapproves of it. Yet there is one means by which the senate can force him to issue the summons, and. once called together, congress can do whatever it pleases. The senate can accomplish this by refraining from passing bills granting money to run the government beyond the end of the current fiscal year, ending June 30. Should it do so (even tho only one cabinet department is left unprovided for) an extra call will be unavoidable some ime between March i and June 30. ALL SIGNS are that such is the ·**- policy the senate will adopt. Obviously, if there is an extra ses- lon, for the purpose of over-riding the president's wishes, It will open With relations ; :greatly. strained be- Jtwe'en'the white house and congress, the senate especially. 'Even tho the president's-hand is forced, as suggested above]- many politicians believe he will delay calling the lawmakers together until about June 1, when the winter will be over and the ?2o,000,000 not so much needed. Still, that will not prevent great bitterness of feeling- between the occupant of the executive mansion and the legislators who are opposed to him. Not only will there be at issue the matter of the $25.000,000, but many other sources of friction are certain to develop themselves. Indeed, predictions are freely made that the extra session, If called, will continue, with constant quarreling all summer and fall, until it merges into the regular winter session, ending only with the opening of next year's pre- convention activities, preceding the 1932 presidential campaign. . * * * PRESIDENT HOOVER-S supp'ort- 1- ers, who want the nation's executive head left to solve the problem of hard times without congressional criticism, contend that an extra session will be exceedingly bad for the country's business. Those who take the opposite view argue that it is precisely in such periods of stress as today's that congress is most needed. How one decides the question for himself depends upon what one thinks of Mr. Hoover's competency and fair-mindedness as compared with congress'. The rival viewpoints relative to the disputed $25,000,000 relief proposition, the nub of the wrangle on which the discussion of the moment hinges, are admirably ^set forth by two contrasting Washington publications of recent date--the Washington Post, presenting the administration's side, and the railroad brotherhoods' organ. Labor, presenting the senate's. 4 * 3 ·THE POST, in its issue of Jan. 31, ·I describes the vote for the $25.000.000 appropriation as an attempt at "a raid on the treasury for the establishment of a permanent system for feeding citizens at public expense," and in its issue of Feb. 1. adds, "In its essence" this "scheme is Socialism, which in turn leads to Communism." Labor, in its issue of Feb. 3, says: "Every distressed man will feel that President Hoover and the American Red Cross have kept him and his family hungry and co!d when congress was eager to provide food and shelter," adding that "This Is the most shocking, astounding, incredible news that has gone over the wires from the nation's capital in many a day." Hosp'Hn! Club Has Election. DECORAH, Feb. 7.--Officers of the hospital club elected were: President, Mrs. Carlo A. Sperati; vice president, Mrs. Sigurd Hanson; treasurer, Mrs. J. Mngnus Rohne: secretary, Mrs. J. .1. Blodgett. Advisory members elected were Mrs. Ray Algycr and Mrs. A. W. Freeman. SALLY STARR, ELLIOTT NUGENT AND JACK MULHALL ARE featured in "For the Love O'Lil" which will p!av at the Iowa theater Sunday and Monday. Nora Springs Winners in Declam Announced NORA SPRINGS, Feb. 7--The lOme declamatory contest was heli/ n the high school auditorium Thursday evening. Winners were: Oratorical, first, Glen Swedberg; second, Virgil Beuerman; , dramat- c, first, Doris Kluver; second. Edmi Gratias; humorous, first, Edmund Brouson, second, Dorothy Dunint. Mrs. A. J. Jones is the coach. Judgea were C. E. Nevlin, Mrs. w. R. Briderman and Mrs. H. H. Olson of Mason City. The girls sextet of Hamilton's Business college sang. Still, those fellows who dress to protect everything but their heads probably have a nice sense of values.--Davenport Times. Man Arrested in Plot Against Duce Had No Passport From U. S. ROME, Feb. 7. UP)--The American consulate was informed officially today that Marcel Schirru, ar- reste} for plotting an attempt on Premier Mussolini's life, did not have a United States passpgrt. For that matter, our prosperity was psychological, too,/but we got fat' on it.--Fountain Inn Tribune. KELLY'S HARP ORCHESTRA OF OSAGE Will Play for the AMERICAN LEGION OLDTIME DANCE Saturday Night, February 7 AT THE ARMORY Admission Always 23c New ventilating system now in operation. THIS WAY OUT CHILLS -- THRILLS -- LOVE Who's the diamond thief? Is Humphrey murdered? Does Michael marry the servant girl? THIS WAY OUT Seats will he o reserve at Currie - Van Ness Hardware store beginning Saturday, Feb. 14. 3 ACT Comedy - Drama Local Talent THIS WAY OUT High School Auditorium Monday, Feb. 16th Sponsored by the St. Rita Society ***\ You ·ftliist Come Over t: \ T THEATER iiEAUjfij-xi-C--"Uousu ol Personal" Service H Now Playing! THRU TUESDAY A Thousand Laughs COP Every Pound! \' Big Midnite Show Saturday 11:15 N A w e i g h t - lifting l a u g h t e r carnival! You'll laugh yourself fat--and reduce your Lblues! A Merry Kiot of Laughs! The Heavy Weights of Gleedom Break Records! Those gals of "Caught Short" In a noiv racket-- nr.ikinjj fut \vnincu t h i n and thin womnn fat! SUNDAY Till 2 P. M. MARIE POLLY with ANITA PAGE LUCIKN LITTLEFIELD Merry Queens of Hilarity in-- · A TipJ The world likes to laugh ... and here's a great chance . . . it's o n e laughing scream a f t e r another . . . The picture all Mason City will enjoy!

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