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Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, July 25, 1935
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TWO MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, JULY 25 M 1935 For Hair and Scalp I ,. Quickly removes every speck of dandruff--makes your hair soft and radiant. Stops itching and corrects scalp iirltaefctu. Get it today-- «nd enjoy a new tingle of hemlth Starter Generator and Ignition Service CentralAuto Electric Co. Formerly Central Battery Jt Electric Co. Phone 494 · in S- Dclnvnre Ave. ALBERT LEA TO OFFER PAGEANT Will Re-Enact Lieutenant's Visit 100 Years Ago at Program Tuesday. ALBERT LEA, Minn., July 24. OP) --The visit to the shores of Albert Lea lake 100 years ago by Lieut. Albert Miller Lea and his company of dragoons will be re-enacted in a colorful historical pageant to be presented here Tuesday. The production, commemorating the 100th anniversary of Lea's arrival in the vicinity of the city which now bears his name, will be staged in the natural amphitheater of North Broadway park, under the sponsorship of the Chamber of Commerce. Script writers, after months of research into historical documents Dr. J, G, Craven, Dentist Prosthodonist (Practice Limited to Plate Work) MASON CITY, 18 1ST ST., S. E. SIOUX CITY 412 Nebraska St CEDAR KAPIDS 117 2nd St., S. E. ' DBS MOINES 620 Grand Ave. 408 Locust St. and old diaries, have brought to light many of the details of Lea's trip, weaving them together with later events in a series of dramatic episodes. Rehearsals have been under way for several weeks, with a large cast and stage crew working on the production. Costumes and scenery will depict the 1835 era, when southern Minnesota was an unde^ veloped wilderness, still the home of roving bands of Indians. A number of dramatic dialogs, an innovation in pageant presentation, have been included in the production to supplement reading of the script. Frederick Nelson is directing the pageant, assisted by Miss Helen Thorstenson, in charge of costumes; Miss Eileen Been, scenery; Chester Schneider and Cyril Church, lighting and scenery, and Prof. L. J. Emmons, music. The Rev. C. J. Gunnell will read the script. Iowa Osteopath on Board of Trustees CLEVELAND, July 25. JB~F; A. Gordon, Marshalltown, Iowa, was chosen by the American Osteopathic association as one of the five trustees to serve three year terms. The selection was made at the annual convention here. Buys Cleaning Shop. HAMPTON, July 25.--Mr. and Mrs. Nels Ytzen will leave Saturday to make their home at Ladysmith, Wis., where Mr. Ytzen purchased a cleaning shop. He has been employed here in the Ford cleaning shop nine years. NORTH IOWA ROAD JOBS CONSIDERED Highway Department to Asl Bids for Resurfacing in Cerro Gordo. AMES, July 25. (JPI--One paving project, a half mile on highway 10: out of Vinton northeast, is includet in the 16 projects open for bids a the next letting of the Iowa highway commission Aug. 6. Bituminous repair contracts wil be let for Fayette and Winneshiel counties. Maintenance resurfacing contracts will be considered for the following counties: Cen-o Gordo, Chickasaw, Emmet Fayette, Hancock, Howard, Humboldt, Kossuth, Mitchell, Winnebago Winneshiek, Worth, Winneshiek- Howard. The commission will consider bids. Aug. 5 on the following materials and equipment: Three hundred thirty-three thousand and fifty lineal feet of class A snow fence, six power brooms three shoulder rollers and four 40( gallon, spray units. The commission also will hear bids on snow removal equipment. Will Be Hostesses. GOODELL--Mrs. Thomas Cashman and Mrs. D. M. Conlan will be hostesses to the Rosary society Aug. 6. 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E. -- ROAD SERVICE She Has Proof Mrs. Lewis Keisclt, K1, 'Ottumwa, gave a scrapboolc to the Otturmva public library containing clippings from Iowa newspapers of more than 800 couples who completed 50 or more years of married life in a little more than a year she prepared the book. It is to prove matrimony's success. In the picture she is shoivn exhibiting: another of the many scrapbooks she has made. It contains sample of cloth, many of them worn by her family, dating back to the first part of the nlnetenth century. (Iowa Daily Press photo) Charles City News New Shop to Be Opened Soon in Charles City · CHARLES CITY, July 25.--Mrs. Catherine Lynch of Grand Forks, M. Dak., has leased from Ellis and Sl'lis space in their store building at 707 East Kelly street and plans to open an apparel shop soon. The new store which will be located in quarters formerly occupied by the Iell Sweasy shop will specialize in children's garments. Mrs. Lynch and her daughter are residing in he EMis apartments on East Clark street. Sheldon Will Lead Floyd _ Band; Sarchett Principal CHARLES CITY, July 25.--E. A. jheldon, former director of the Charles; City band, has been elected irector of the Floyd high school and. He will be in Floyd one day ach week after Sept. 1. Alvie M. Sarchett who naa been coach and arincipal at Hayfield for three 'ears, was elected principal of i"loyd schools to take the place of D. T. Minert who was promoted from irincipal to superintendent. Mr. larchett is attending Iowa State Teachers college during the summer nd will move his family to Floyd the latter part of August. At Education Conference. CHARLES CITY, July 26.--Miss Tannie G. Howell, county superin- :endent of schools, went to Des Hoines today to attend a conference of educators called by Miss Agnes Samuelson, state superin- :endent of public instruction. She was accompanied by Jennie Andrews. Miss Howell will also attend ;he testimonial dinner for Miss Samuelson given by several state organizations in honor of her election as president of the National Educational association. Finish Instruction Service. CHARLES CITY, July 25.--Local Masons recognized by the "rand Lodge of Masons in Iowa for having -completed three years service as Masonic instructors are E. J. Benz, J. R. Bloeser, W. W. Musser and G. L. Slutter. They have been awarded commissions as district instructors. Visitor From California. CHARLES CITY, July 25.--Judge S. B. McNabb, federal judge in Los Angeles, Cal., visited his nephews, Ralph and Clair Wright in this city yesterday. He was born in Pleasant Grove township more than 70 years ago and his father and mother are buried there. He has an uncle buried in Riverside cemetery and Mr. McNabb's mission was to visit the graves of his parents. Charles City Briefs CHARLES CITY, July 25--Miss Myrtle Albert who · teaches in the Mason City schools is a guest of Mrs. Charles Wilson this week. Miss Albert will go from here to Manchester to visit friends. Sheriff B. F. Atherton and A. B. Coon, deputy sheriff, are in Mason City attending the sheriff's convention. Dr. James B. Carey of Minneapolis, spoke at the meeting of the Floyd County Medical association in the staff room of the Cedar Valley hospital on "Anemias" following a dinner at the Garden cafe. Mrs. A. W. Weinberger had a major operation in the Cedar Valley hospital yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. McKie have gone to Tipton, Ind, to make their home. Mr. and Mrs. William Beckwith, Miss Janeice Russell and Clarence Stalker have gone to St. Louis, Mo., to attend the Giant-Cardinal baseball series. Leslie Spurbeck was fined $6.50 in police court for speeding. Miss Elaine Cagley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Cagley, and Earl H. Miller, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Miller, were married by the Rev. G. A. Hess. They were attended by Mr| and Mrs. Ed Otto of Bassett. Mr. and Mrs. Miller left immediate- ly for Mitchell, S. Dak., to remain for some time. Mr. and Mrs.-Fay Towner and daughter returned from a two weeks' trip to the Black Hills, S Dak. Mrs. George S. Smith, Mrs. C. W. McFarland and Mrs. Katherine Tift visited in Austin, Minn., yesterday. At Mason City THEATERS Bj R. J. P. "HOORAY FOB LOVE" AT CECIL, 1'ALACE Friday only, the feature attraction both at the Cecil and the Pal ace theaters here will be "Hooray for Love," sparkling musical comedy starring Gene Raymond and Ann Sothern. The plot deals with Raymond's efforts to produce a Broadway show after having produced several successes in college. One feature of this picture makes it stand alone among musical comedies recently released as films: The revues in the film are presented as they would be on a theater stage, all fantastic camera angles and trick photography being avoided. A group of top notch artists is responsible for the musical revue's outstanding entertainment value. Maria Gambarelli, America's prima ballerina, makes her screen debut. Her ballet presentation is strikingly beautiful. To see that greatest of all tap dancers, Bill Robinson, execute several flashing routines is worth the price of admission in itself. Dancing with him is a talented young girl, Jeni LeGon. The general excellence of the musical is increased by Ann Sothern's rendition of several hit songs. A lot of credit is due Sothern and Raymond for the tasteful and appealing handling of their romantic scenes. They are given strong support by Thurston Hall, Lionel Slander, Georgia Caine. Pert Kelton, "Fats" Waller and Etienne Girardot. Dorothy Fields and Jimmy McHugh composed the melodies for the picture. The outstanding tunes are "You're an Angel," "I'm in Love All Over Again," and "I'm Livin' in a Great Big Way." * * * An all-western program Is scheduled Friday and Saturday at the State theater featuring three of the :urrent action picture stars. John Wayne is seen with his best horse, Juke, in a film called "Telegraph Trail" with Marceline Day and Trank McHugh. Next there is Jack Perrin in 'Wolf Riders" with Lafe McKee and Lillian Gilmore. Chapter No. 8 of "Mystery Mountain, Ken MaVnard's serial film, completes-jthe bill. .' ·..'; * * * Rex Bell, rancher husband of Clara Bow and cowboy star of western pictures for several years, has :he leading role in "Saddle Aces," playing Friday and Saturday at the ' trand. Short for the share-the-wealth program: "Stick 'em up!"--Toledo Blade. FRIDAY ONLY At Both the C E C I L P A L A C E ^fi*?*$»* Glad Girls! Gay ! Tunes! Bright Stars! Iowa Missionaries in China Are Bound Home to Shenandoah BOSTON, July 25. (/P)--Dr. and Mrs. Howard Gait of Shenandoah. lova, are enroute home from Peip- ing, China, where Dr. Gait has beer, teaching in Yenching university. The Gaits went to China shortly before the boxer rebellion in 1900. and since that time Dr. Gait has been engaged in educational work in the far east. He is one of the representatives in China of the Congregational church of Shenandoah. Mrs. Gait was the former Louise West of Tabor, Iowa. AGED MAN DIES AT NORA SPRINGS Rites for George Crawford, 85, to Be Held Friday at Church. NORA SPRINGS, July 25.-George Crawford, 85, died Wednesday afternoon at the home of his son, Elmer, north of Iowa, following an illness of some time, including a stroke. Funeral services will be held Fri- 'day afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Church of Christ, the Rev. G. A. Hess of Charles City in charge. Burial will be in Rock Grove cemetery. Mr. Crawford bad lived in this vicinity 50 years. His wife, who was an invalid, preceded him in death. Surviving are his one son, Elmer, and three stepsons, Charles, Harry and Edward Clifford. Ends Thursday: "Age of Indiscretion" and "Thunder in the East" Starting Saturday 2 Mammoth Features MIRIAM HOPKINS in "BECKY SHARP" Filmed in the Wondrous Beauty of New Technicolor "BEST MAN WINS" Jack Holt -- Florence Rice Edmund Lowe CORNERSTONETO BE LAID SUNDAY Grafton Lutheran Church to Hold Mission Festival Program Also. GRAFTON, July 25.--The Lutheran congregation Sunday will lay the corner stone for the church which is being constructed. The pastor, the Rev. C. Landdeck will lay the stone, assisted by the Rev. Mr. Wenninger of Waverly. The laying of the corner stone will be held in conjunction with the annual mission festival. NOW IS THE . . time to hare us quote you prices on installation of automatic heat for your home. FIRESIDE FUEL CO. PHONE 888 Old-Time Dance Avalon Ballroom' Manly, Iowa THURSDAY, JULY 25 Music By Earl Hunt Admission 25c COMING-Tuesday, July 30 THE AVALON BAND Ladies 25c Gents 40c LAST TIME THURSDAY "CHANCE AT HEAVEN" Ginger Rogers, Joel McCrea -and "A Notorious Gentleman" CHARLES BICKFORD HELEN VINSON FRIDAY AND SATURDAY RUTH MIX REX BELL BUZZ BABTON --in-^ "Saddle Aces* Comedy, News Chapter ]0--"The Lost City" SATURDAY SUNDAY The Only Stage Show in North Iowa! COME TO THE,: Floor Show Tonite Thursday -- Shirley Hayden and Louis Cooper. See This Little Team Sing and Dance. RED WILSON'S ORCHESTRA BALLROOM P O W BEAUTIFUL 25c Old-Time Dance Friday, July 26 Harvey Cox, Montana Cowboys , . | Vern Wagner, Sunday, 20c | Slatx Randall Coming For 2 Weeks, Beginning July 29 Isham Jones Coming Thurs., Aug. 1 1st Run Picture! MYSTERY ROMANCE THRILLS Washed Air Ventilation "Telegraph Trail" With FRANK JIcHUGH MARCELINE DAY OTIS HAHLAN Oomvny Toarle Hanlic Albright Boots Mallory KEN MAYNARD with Ills iv»mdrr horsp, 'Tnrrrn* In "MYSTERY MOUNTAIN" CpUortr S--"Thp Kncrny's strnnghnlrt"

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