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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, AUGUST 1 M 1935 ELEVEN ;i l m !Bf.--j !Ki Entertain at Parly. ROCK FALLS--Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Jensen entertained at a party Wednesday evening at their home southwest of town in observance o£ Mr. Jensen's birthday. NOW IS THE . . time to have us quote you prices on installation of automatic heat for your home. FIRESIDE FUEL CO. PHONE 888 Body of C. J. Freirich Is Brought to Calmar CALMAR, Aug. 1.--The body of C. J. Freirich who died Tuesday morning in a hospital in La Crosse, Wis., was brought here Wednesday. Mr. Freirich, 70, who had been in poor health several years, was taken to La Crosse last week for medical treatment. He is survived by two daughters and one son. On Demonstration Team. LITTLE CEDAR, Aug. 1.--Maxine Penney and Jessica Olson entertained the "Merry Maids" 4-H club at the home of the former. Plans were made to join the health contest. Maxine Penney and Werla Wright were chosen as members of the demonstration team. Was Free From Itching of Eczema By Using Cuticura Soap and Ointment. "Dry, silvery scales appeared on the upper part of my body, spread rapidly from the size of a pin head to a dime, then a watery secretion came, similar to blisters, leaving the skin irritated and causing a burning sensation. Scratching spread the condition, and my clothing aggravated the eruption. "I was told it was eczema and was treated, but with no results. A friend told me to try Cuticura Soap and Ointment, and after using four boxes of Cuticura Ointment with the Cuticura Soap I was free from the itching." (Signed) Miss Mary Whalen, 319 Emmett St., Burlington, Iowa, Aug. 18, 1934. (gtlCUTfr Soap 25c. O i n t m e n t 25c and 50c. Talcum 25c. Sold everywhere. One sample each Irrc. Address: "Cuticura L*borntct-i«i, Drpi. D3. Mkldon, M*..." SHIRLEY TEMPLE IS PALACE STAR AS "CURLY TOP" Talented Youngster Sings, Dances in Her Latest Film Release. The happiest picture of Shirley Temple's career, "Curly Top," comes on Friday to the screen of the Palace theater here. In "Curly Top," a charming story of a little girl who captures the heart of a lonely bachelor and makes both dreams come true, Shirley has two new songs to sing; and several new and intricate dance routines for audience approval. Shirley Wins Hearts. In this Fox Film comedy-drama, John Boles is cast as a bachelor who adopts Shirley and her big sister. Rochelle Hudson. His generosity takes them from the drab and dreary atmosphere of an orphanage to the sunny summer surroundings of a palatial home in Southampton. There the romance of Boles and Rochelle Hudson flourishes under the childish guidance of little Shirley who sings, dances and laughs her way into their hearts. Shirley is really happy in this pic- Prices s a c r i f i c e d on h u n d r e d s of i t e m s to make more f r i e n d s De Luxe Four Door Sedans. Latest models! Com Solvent Eyelo, 8 m. 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Both for Shari hrin^s out A A f*kff± hidden betutjr in B J"»fi jouthful tones. T A tt am W SPECIAL! Klenzo Dental Creme and 2'/2 OUNCE K l e n z o Antiseptic Both Sparkling tetti and ^ Assurance of a cleui, %^ roeet breath. »£« Package of 10 Permedge RAZOR BLADES Kleczo Tooth Brushes Xlrazo Bill Brush Firstaid Adhesive Plaster 13c Liggett's Milk Chocolate Eli Cotton, 16 of- roll Gauzets, 1 ?£· Adhesive Plaster, I' i 5 yds. Clinical Thcraoaictcrs Dainty Deodorant, 4 ofc. Genniddal Soap 335 South Federal Ave. Phone 291 ture, for she has the opportunity of displaying her full talents when she sings "Animal Crackers in My " oup and "When I Grow Up." Boles, Miss Hudson, Sing. Shirley is not the only one to sing in this joyful rum. John Boles sings "It's All So New to Me" and 'Curly Top," while Rochclle Hudson surprises by singing for- the 'irst time, "The Simple Things in jfe." Kay Henderson. America's ace song- writer, wrote the melodies for all the song numbers for "Curly Top," which was produced by Win- 'ield Sheehan and directed by Irving Cummings. Charles City News Jennie Andrews Named Floyd County Deputy CHARLES CITY, Aug. 1.-- Miss Jennie Andrews assumed her duties as assistant county superintendent of schools today. She was appointed )y Miss Fannie Howell, county su- jerintendent. to succeed Miss Ssthcr Frederick who resigned to be married next month. Miss Andrews is a graduate of the Charles Sty high school and has been a teacher for six years. She is a grad- late of Marion college, Marion, Ind., and attended the Phidclah =Uce school of dramatics at Martha's Vineyard, Mass. Dedicate Band Concert to Alumni of Colleges CHARLES CITY. Aug. 1.-- The band concert tonight in Central sark will be dedicated to the stu- lents and alumni of the different colleges and universities. Leo Schula, director, has drilled the high students so they can play 16 of the songs of the larger colleges which will be presented on tonight's program. The Little German band will appear twice adding variety with special numbers. Charles City Briefs At Mason City THEATERS -BJ R. J. r. CHARLES BUTTERWOKTH WITH JOHN BOLES, JEAN MUIR Charles Butterworth, deadpan comedian who has one of the leading roles in "Orchids to You" showing Friday only at the Cecil theater, is a native of South Bend. Ind. He has a degree in law, but abandoned the bar to try his hand at reporting. A performance in a Press club show got him his start in musical comedy, and he eventually found his way to the front line of Hollywood screen comedians. John Boles and Jean Muir have the romantic leads in this film, Boles playing the part of a young corporation lawyer who is called upon to evict Miss Muir from her well established floral shop. * * * JANE DARWELL IN SHIRLEY TEMPLE FILM It took just one picture to establish Jane Darwell among the stars of the film firmament-"White Parade," which featured Loretta Young and John Boles. In the three years previous to her portrayal of that role, she had appeared in scores of pictures, as a character actress, and in every variety of role. They were important parts because she made them so, but she was not entrusted with distinctly outstanding characteriza- tions'until Jesse L. Lasky, the producer who first discovered her a generation ago, gave her another opportunity at film fame in "White Parade." In "Curly Top," starting Friday at the Palace Miss Darwell portrays a similar role to one she portrayed in "White Parade." Sh* brings to her role as the kindly matron of an orphanage the same sympathetic understanding that won her screen fame. Strangely enough John Boles is also starred in the cast of this picture, this time with Rochelle Hudson, but the real hcadlincr of "Curly Top" is curly topped Shirley Temple. * * * Two tough guys, George O'Brien and Fred Kohler, head the cast of "Hard Rock Harrigan," a story dealing with the lives of men who work with granite mountains and become virtually as hard as the rock which they blast and cut away. Irene Franklin is the girl in the film. The men are engaged in drilling a tunnel through a great mountain in order to complete an aqueduct. "Hard Rock Harrigan" plays Friday and Saturday at the Strand. » * t "Dangerous Corner," starring Conrad Nagcl; Virginia Bruce and Meivyn Douglas plays Friday and Saturday at the state. Here and There Louve for Black Hills. NOKA SPRINGS--H. F. Schned. lei- and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Schnedler left Saturday for a vacation trip to the Black Hills. Daughter Is Born. RUDD--A 10 pound daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Charles Roy Tuesday evening. Cheeks Are Cashed. RICEVILLE--The State bank opened Monday evening to cash the pay checks of a crew laying heavier steel on the Great Western tracks. Vigilantes guarded the bank during- the "pay off." Visitors From Coulter. LUVERNE--Mr. and Mrs. Harley Christenscn and two children of Coulter were recent guests at the George Hanselman home. The Han- sclmans had as their Sunday guests, Mr. and Mrs. I. K, Moore and Edward Tripp, all of DCS Moincs. Visitors From Omaha. LUVERNE--Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Chapman and little daughter, Valerie, Omaha, were guests at the paternal F. I. Chapman home. They had just returned from a three CHARLES CITY. Aug. 1.--At the last meeting of the board of super- 'isors it was decided to keep the Bounty offices open during the noon hour and close at 4 o'clock in the afternoon during August. C. C. Smith, president, and Dr. J. F. Tildcn, secretary of the Rotary club, returned from Independence where they attended a two day meeting of Rotary club executives of the eleventh district. District Gov. W. C. Edson of Storm Lake presided. Jean Barthcll entertained a group of friends at dinner last evening at the Garden cafe after which bridge was played at her home. Carol Snyder who teaches in Des Moines was the speaker at the Wa- Tan-ye club luncheon Tuesday noon. Her talk was confined to observations made while traveling in Normandy last year. Miss Snyder is spending the summer with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Snyder. Julia Cranial! had a major operation in the Cedar Valley hospital yesterday. Everett Regel who has been visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Regel, for a month, has returned to his work with the Postal Telegraph company in New York. He was accompanied by Robert McCray who will make an indefinite stay in the city. Mrs. W. A. Loosebrock entertained at a bridge luncheon yesterday in honor of her sister, Mrs. Walter Kcarey of Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Grincr were called to Rochester, Minn., by the critical illness of their son who is in the Mayo hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Emory Fisher arrived yesterday from Springville, New York, for a visit at the C. W. Martens home. Frank Gray of Bloomfield. Nebr., is visiting his sister, Mrs. C. E. Klingman, Jane Rhinesmith had a class of boys and girls from six to twelve years old numbering 27 who were taught to play in social groups on Lincoln and McKinley school grounds. Her project was part of the playground program planned by Mervin Sours, secretary of the Y. M. C. A. Dance Every Nite at Iowa's Finest Ballroom--The OLD-TIME DANCE Avalon Ballroom Manly, Iowa THURSDAY, AUGUST 1 Music By Art's Night Hawks Admission 25c Coming-- TUESDAY, AUGUST 6 Cec. Hurst Ladies 25c Gents 40c TONITE ISHAM JONES and His 1" Piece Radio Orchestra, Thurs., Aug. 1 $1.35 Per Person. All Tax Incl. Old Time Dance Fri., Aug. 3. Art's Night Hawks, 25o SLATZ RANDALL, LAST TIMES THURSDAY! You'll laugh for a week at this hilarious musical comedy! "JACK AHOY" STABBING JACK HCJLBEKT 2nd First Bun Feature! Strange! Weird! Thrilling! Real life drama of East Africa "SUDAN" PLUS SCREEN SNAPSHOTS W GRAND UNITS *» FRIDAY and SATURDAY Feature 1--First Time in City! UNIT 3-- Now--Thru Saturday FIRS'; ui;x VKOGKAM IF YOU'RE LOOKING FOR EXCITEMENT THIS IS MEANT FOR YOU! GEORGE O'BRIEN --in-"HARD ROCK HARRIGAN" King of the Tunnel Dare Pcvlls AND FOR FUX "DANCING MILLIONAIRES" CHAPTER II "THE LOST CITY" WORLD NEWS FLASHED The Super Fun anil Thrill *limv THURS. ONLY THE SHOW YOU ALWAYS WANTED TO SEE AND HEAR -- ON THE STAGE -1935 EDITION W - L - S NATIONAL An Entirely New Group of Your Favorite OLAF THE SWEDE THE NATIONAL BARN DANCE BAND The FLANNERY SISTERS THREE NEIGHBOR BOYS RALPH BELLAMY NO OTHER BARK DANCE SHOW LIKE THIS ONE! weeks' trip to the west coast. Mrs. Chapman represented the American Association of University women as delegate from the Omaha College club at the national meeting in Los Angeles. She was Eleanor Bosserman of Northwood. Visitor From Chicago. NORA SPRINGS--Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Dahl of Chicago are spending the week at the Andrew Schlosser home. Their mother, Mrs. Caroline Dahl, is with them there for the week. Showing Only at the CECIL . ONE DAY FRIDAY ONLY THEY SAY IT W1TH FIOWERS YOU'LL SAY IT WITH LAUGH TER for it's, the ·""" SPECIAL FEATURE MASON CITY IN THE NEWS REEL See and Hear Mason City's Fostmatster, Hon. A. M. Schanke FEATURED EVERY SATURDAY NIGHT OVER NBC NETWORK Coming Aug. 10 and 11--"ERNIE YOUNG'S REVVE"--aO_People SAT. AND SUN. ANOTHER GREAT SHOW ff Big Acts S Vaudeville --On the Screen-"CALM YOURSELF" Robt. Young - Madge Evans SI'ErlAI, I-'E.VJTItK MiMon I l l y In llu- Xi'ivs Itl'i-I. Sec line! The Picture Everyone Must See! IT'S "TOPS" IN ENTERTAINMENT FOR YOUNG AND OLD S T A R T S AS SHE REALLY IS! A story of happiness and song . . . of romance arid dancing ... of dreams that come t r u e . . . to keep you in the seventh heaven of delight! B O L E S ROCHEUE HUDSON WINIFKEI) SHAW - I'HIL KEG \ in the Technicolor Special "THE GYl'SY SWEETHEAUT" J A N E D A R W E L L Ends Thursday: "WEDHIXG XIWHT" ,V The r-ilac-c has the pictures: First selection from the e n t i r e industry--LOOK WHAT'S C O M I N G : IVmcll .loin Blomlcll in " B R O A D W A Y GOXDOLlEll"--Clark Gable, l.on-tta ^ on'\K '" "CALL OK WILD"--Grace Moore in "LOVE ME FOREVER." Hick THE

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