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December 12, 1933

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 8

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DECEMBER 12 1933 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTB NINE NEW OFFICERS IN LODGES ELECTED Several North Iowa Groups Hold Annual Meetings to Select Heads. GENEVA, Dec. 12--The 4-H club met Saturday afternoon with Dorothy Dovey. The girls exchanged Christmas gifts and officers were elected and committees appointed for the coming year. Officers are president, Henrietta Dohlmann; vice president, Bernlta Baurer; secretary, Dorothy siema; treasurer, Dorothy Dovey; publicity chairman, Ruth Efeentrazer; historian, Ruth Reinke. Officers at Corwith. CORWITH, Dec. 12.--Paradise chapter No. 384, Order o£ Eastern Star, Friday night elected: Worthy matron, Mrs. Elizaheth Jorgenson; worthy patron, E. G- Gaskill; associate matron, Miss Alberta Mitchell; associate patron, C. G. Hamm; secretary, Mrs. Fay Scace; treasurer, Mrs. William Wood; conductress, Mrs. P. E. Walley and associate conductress, Miss Esther Bonns tetter. Report Alsj Given. THOMPSON, Dec. 12.--Gahlee Rebekoh lodge Friday night elected: Myrtle Randal, noble grand; vice grand, Ruth Hardin; recording secretary, Marie Alvey; financial secretary, P. B. Alvey; treasurer, Margaret Shroeder; trustee for three years, Cora Frazier. Five visitors from Forest City Rebekah lodge were present, including Mrs. Hattie Fisher, district delegate to the Rebekah assembly who gave her report of the grand lodge. Mrs. Galvin President. ROCKFORD, Dec. 12.--Circle C of the M. E. church met at the home of Mrs. G. H. Galvin Friday and the following were elected: President, Mrs. Galvin; secretary, Mrs. Bo wen, and treasurer, Mrs. Batty. The afternoon was spent with needlework. Officers Ar» Named. CLARKSVILLE, Dec. 12,--Officers elected in the Lutheran ladies aid were Mrs. Frank Reints, president; Mrs. Joe Tenneyson, vice president; Mrs. Herman Rohling, secretary; Mrs. Herbert Jacobs, treasurer. Cflosen at Cresco. CRESCO, Dec. 12.--Cresco Rebekah lodge elected Mrs. F. R: Burr, noble grand; Mrs. F. E. White, vice grand; Mrs. Chris Forthun, secretary; Miss Mae Morris, treas- turer; Mrs- F. L. Morris, trustee. R. N. A. Has Election. GORDONSVILLE, Minn., Dec. 12.-^The Royal Neighbor lodge elected·_Oracle, UlHe Kloye; vice oraclc^^toJ^K'flB Tostensori; recorder, ""ReivMillerj r^elyeiy'Mitre Bue; inner sentinel, Viola Barber; outer . sentinel, Alice Herman; 'musician, Mabel Reynolds. Cuvelier Class President. DUMONT, Dec. 12.--The Up- atreamers, ' boy's Sunday School class of the Methodist church, was entertained at the home of the teacher, Mrs. Will Brandenburg, and elected; President, John Cuvelier; secretary-treasurer, Beryl Shreve. Mrs. Myhr President. THOMPSON, Dec. 12.--The Bethany Lutheran Ladles Aid met Saturday afternoon at the town hall and elected: President, Airs. A. B. Myhr; vice' president, Mrs. W. J. Halverson; secretary, Mrs. J. O. Osmundson; treasurer, Mrs. Henry Holland. The women gave $50 to the retired ministers' pension fund. LcigUB Elects Officers. AREDALE, Dec. 12.--The Young People's league of the Evangelical church Friday evening elected: President, Miss Evelyn Pencook; vice president, Miss Myrtle Scarrow; secretary. Miss Florence Rector; treasurer, Kenneth Rector; pianist, Miss Vivian Fisk; assistant, Hilda Mae Eichmeier. Named at Burt. BURT, Dec. 12.--The following officers were elected by Kossuth lodge No. 540, A. F. A. M.: Merle Richards, W. M.; A. M. Gustafson, S. W.; H. V. Jones, J. W.; H. A. Thompson, secretary; and C. C, Smith, treasurer. The Burt Re1ekah lodge elected the following officers for the coming term: Mrs. C. B. Chipmon, noble grand; Edna Staley, vice grand; Mrs. G. E. Brace, secretary; Esther Olson, treasurer; and Mr a. John Kenning, trustee. Will Hold O\-cr. WESLEY, Dec. 12.--The Royal Neighbor lodge named all officers to hold over for another year. They are: Oracie, Edna Sturdivant; vice oracle, Rose Lloyd; post oracle, Rose Ormsby; chancellor, Nancy Dawson; recorder, Olive Erdmann; receiver, Eunice Nelson; marshal and assistant, Clara Aldrich and Ann M. Kunz; outer and inner sentinels, Verna Kerrins and Josie Ward; musician, Alice Hirner. Installation will take place in January. The members are planning a Christmas party for the members and their children at their next meeting Dec. 20. R. N. A. Has Elections. NORA SPRINGS, Dec. 12.--The Royal Neighbors elected: Oracle, Mrs. W. Vance; vice oracle, Mrs. Claud Demo; past oracle, Mrs. Etta Kelly; chancellor, Mrs. J. L. Bumgardner; recorder, Miss Elizabeth Cannon; receiver, Mrs. John Breakey; marshal, Mrs. Roy Baker; inner sentinel, Ruth Missier; outei sentinel, Mrs. Daniels; manager. Mrs. W. Winer; musician, Mrs. Floyd Potter. Mrs. Eblhljf President. I AREDALE, Dec. 12.--The Evangelical Ladies aid elected: Mrs. I Henry Ebling, president; Mrs. Frank I Pencook, vice president; Mrs. William Sllger, treasurer, and Mrs. Glen Ebling, secretary. FEDERAL MOVIE GOVERNORS President Roosevelt, in extending the nrru of government over the motion picture industry, provided a 00 day trial period during which he expects a "full report oil excessive salaries or other emoluments, both as 1o artists and as to executives und their families." The president named as his rperesentatives on the picture code authority two film players, Eddlo Cantor (left) and Marie Dressier, nnd A. Lawrence Lowell, president-emeritus of Harvard. (Associated Press Photos). LOSES ARM AND LEG IN MISHAP Clarksville Man Run Over by Freight Train in Dei Moines. CLARKSVILLE, Dec. 12.--Mr. and Mrs. Dave Carmack received word yesterday from Des Molnes of an accident in which their son, Arthur P., 49, was seriously injured when he fell between two cars. His left arm was cut off below the elbow and his left leg below the knee; Carmack told authorities at Dea Moines he slipped and fell under the freight train as he started to board it. He was enroute home from Los Angeles, Ca]., where ha had been for three weeks. The injured man is in the Broad- lawns hospital at Des Moinea. At Mason City THEATERS Palo Alto Corn Loans Reach $74,692 Total EMMETSBURG, Dec. 12.--Total corn loans for Palo Alto county amounted to $74,692.35 here Monday, County Recorder Ellen Brereton reported, with $10,4S5.80 additional loans recorded that day. One hundred and eighteen farmers have filed applications for loons since the plan was inaugurated, including 15 filed here Monday. No cash has been, received as yet by the farmers in this county, with one or two exceptions. More Corn Loans Granted Hancock County Farmers GARNER, Dec. 12.--Fifteen corn loans were filed Monday and farmers received a total of $12,763.80 on 28,364 bushels of corn. Former Gov. John Hammill of Britt had 6,854 bushels sealed on his farms near Britt. The loan was second highest recorded in Hancock county. Mrs. Julia Cashman of Goodell, one of the first to receive a loan, sealed 10,814 bushels on her farms in the vicinity of Goodell. Settlement Reached in Contesting of Lannon Will in Decorah Court DECORAH, Dec. 12.--The Lannon will case, which was scheduled to come up for trial yesterday, was settled out of court. Six hundred dollars was paid those pro- :esting the will, two hundred to :he Ryans and one hundred apiece :o each of the other contestants. In addition to the above amounts, the four contestants received what was willed to them by Mr. Lannon. Joseph F. Lannon, bachelor farmer of Glenwood township, died recently and left $200 to his sister, ?100 to three nephews and 5100 to nis niece. The balance of the es- :ate was willed to another nephew, John Lannon. Probating of the will was protested by Mrs. Rea, the Ryan brothers, and Miss Rhita Duffy, also a niece. Corn-Hog Program to Be Explained at Portland PORTLAND, Dec. 12.--The regular December meeting of the Farm Bureau will be held Thursday evening at the Portland hall. A detailed account of the corn-hog- program as it has advanced to date will be fully explained. The annual election of township." officers for the coming year-will be held at this meeting 1 . Play to Be Given Friday at Wheelerwobd Church WHEELERWOOD, Dec. 12.--The play, "Ally Daffodil," will be given Friday evening at the Wheelerwood church. This is a 2£ hour play put on by 11 characters of Lime Creek school No. 4. Half of the proceeds will go to the church. Submits to Operation. RAKE--Bert Deering was operated on for appendicitis Friday at the Dalmage hospital at Buffalo Center. Mrs. Kinney Funeral Conducted at Belmond BELMOND, Dec. 12.--Funeral services for Mrs. Eugene Kinney, who died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Edith Nagel at Clarion Sunday, were held at the home here this afternoon, the Rev. A. H, Anderson in charge. Miss Gertrude Moon was born June 10, 1856, in North Adams, N. Y., and was married to Eugene Kinney at White Water, Wis., Oct. 9, 1S73. One child wag born, Mrs. Nagel of Clarion. She is also survived by two grandsons, Kay and Eugene. Mrs. Kinney had been in poor health the post year, and six weeks ago she and Mr. Kinney closed their home here and went to Clarion to spend the winter in the Nagel home. The direct cause of death was heart disease. She was a member of the Congregational church and active in the work of the Ladies Aid and Missionary circle. ACTING EXCELLENT IN "LITTLE WOMEN" An excellent cast, fully capable of all that is asked of them, gives a fine presentation of Louisa M. Alcott's story "Little Women." Whether or not one likes the theme of the novel one must admit that the direction and acting are as fine as he has ever before seen. This picture plays for the last times Tuesday evening at the Cecil theater with Katharine Hepburn^ Joan Bennett, Frances Dee, Jean Parker, Paul Lukas, Edna May Oliver and others completing a cast which really brings the story to life for you. * w * "Ever in My Heart," starring Barbara Stanwyck with Otto Kruger, is based upon a plot which almost gets the picture beyond Us depth occasionally. The anti-Gor man feeling prevalent in America during the early days of the World war, a feeling which made it virtually impossible for a person with a German name to get along in this country, is clearly nnd dramatically shown. Relieving any pressure that may have resulted from the first picture "Olsen's Big Moment," starring E Brendel and Walter Catlett in a -ful length comedy completes the pro gram which finishes itn run at the Palace Tuesday evening. * * » DUNN AND LOMBARD TO HEAD NEXT PALACE BILL "Jimmy and Sally," played by James Dunn nnd Claire Trevor, shares the next double bill at the Palace theater with "White Woman," which stars Carole Lombard and Charles Laughton. These pic- tures show Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. . - * * * "Telegraph Trail," a new i T ohn Wayne western picture, plays .Friday and Saturday at the Strand; leading: the list of supporting characters are Frank McHugh and Marcell ine Day. a * * Dorothy Tree and Wallace Ford are featured In "East of Fifth Ave- lus" which comes to the Iowa theater Wednesday and Thursday. This picture depicts the manner in which "the other half" gets by on the east side of New York. * * * 'BEFORE MIDNIGHT" FINISHES AT IOWA An interesting mystery film fea- :urlng Ralph Bellamy, June Collyer and Arthur Pierson, "Before Midnight" completes its engagement at the Iowa theater Tuesday. * * * Playing at the Strand theater through Thursday, "Gold Diggers of 1933" presents excellent entertainment of the musical revue type. Heading the cost are Joan Blondell, Warren William, Ruby Keclcr, Dick Powell and Aline MacMahon. * * * "Hoopla," Clara Bow's tate,st starring vehicle, la the mid-week attraction at the Cecil theater. Supporting the redhead are Preston Foster, Richard Cromwell, Herbert MuntJln, James Gleason and Minna Gombell, Built around · a story of carnival folk, this should provide an Ideal spot for Clara. This film plays for three days starting Wednesday. Will Close Out Stock. EAGLE GROVE, Dec. 12.--The store of the late A. L. Yearous, which has been closed since the death of the proprietor Oct. 16, has ben opened, In charge of T. J. Schaeffer, a former employe of Mrl Yearous. It is planned to oloso out the stock In as short a time aa possible. American talking pictures are reported to be the most popular in Egypt and Palestine. l-ADIES FIIKEI UPIES ttVllh Escort) WRESTLING--Mason City-Armory, 8:30 F. r M. THURSDAY nlte! Admission 40c and 65o Keltcr bnlftncea ahow tban last wtek! CECIL 3 Rites for Gus Elzig, 67, Iowa Falls, Held IOWA FALLS. Dec. 12.--Gus Elzig, 67, died at his home here Saturday evening:, from pneumonia. He lived in this vicinity most of his life and was engaged in farming until a few yaars ago. He is survived by his widow, a 'daughter and three sons. The daughter, Mrs. Wi- liaru Pickeng und one son Dewey Elzig, reside here. Two sons are living in California. The funeral was held-this afternoon, at the Woods funeral home. The Rev. C. E. Cushmau of · · the Congregational church officiated. IOWA Brenner, 78, Formerly of Thompson, Succumbs THOMPSON, Dec. 12.--Word was received that G. J. Brenner died Saturday following a severe stroke last Wednesday from which he never rallied. Mr. Brenner, 18, was living with his son and family, W. V. Brenner, the past two years, at Herman, Minn. The Brenners were residents of Thompson for 31 ye.irs. The funeral wag held yesterday at Herman. A'lslt In Webster City. MANLY -- Misses Eleanor and '.Mabel Mitchell are visiting relatives fct Webster City. GRAND PRIZE CHAMPIONSHIP CAK AND DANCE Auspices Senegalese Drum and Bugle Corps, American Legion ARMORY ~ DEC. 13 DOUBLE-FEATURE PROGRAM LAST DAY! among outcasts who hadn't seen lj a white woman in ten years! HEPBURN "WHITE WOMAN" STARTS WED. fVlens heart to the pulsing rhythm of her sinuous ance Now Showing -- Binds Thursday Many are Ee«lnr, tills picture Why not you? A. Great Picture -- \VIUi Tremendous Cast of Stars Kn5s Tuesday: 'OLSEN'S BIG MOMENT" and 'EVER IN MY HEART' DANCE AVALON BALLROOM SUNSET INN, Manly, Iowa Walter Connolly- Walter Byron RUBY HEELER DICK POWELL JOAN BLONDELL, GUY KIBBEE CARL WEST AND HIS ORCHESTRA SATURDAY, DEC. 16 "TURK" RAMSEY AND HIS PEPPER SHAKERS, TUESDAY, DEC. 12 with P R E S T O N F O S T E R R I C H A R D CROMWEIL LADIES 25c LADIES' GIFTS Every Monday and Tuesday Nights Claremont silver plated ware to each lady. Come tonight. WALK Jerry Hayes :uid His Original Joy .Jeiievfttors. Just completing a 4-months' engagement nt Iho WorW'H Chnmplon Walknthon at the loiva State Fairgrounds, Des Moiiies, Iowa. Favorites over Stations WHO, \VOC, ami KSO. Formerly with Jcnn Calloway. Don't miss hearing 11 Artist*. Floyd Bowman, Director. Fourteen competing cake walk couplcH, Including a Chinese couple. Undoubtedly the only Oriental couple ever appearing In a cake walk. Also seven year old couple, KWE and KIP In a specialty extraordinary. 5 BIG ACTS VAUDEVILLE MAKY GILBERT --CKOSS ami CttOSS--JOY JENEn.VTOrtS JERRY HAYKS In "A NIGHT IN HAHLEM" 5 Admission -- Adults 45 Children Under 12 "Don't forget--only 10 shopping days 'till Christmas! Mason City merchants are suggesting the most suitable gifts in their display advertisements which are appearing daily in the Globe-Gazette."

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