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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 5

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, February 13, 1936
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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 13 Bi 1936 FIVE At Mason City THEATERS Bj B. J. P. UNITED AIRLINES PLANES SEEN IN "CEILING ZERO" Through an arrangement sanctioned by the United States postal department, United Airlines loaned to First National pictures all the equipment, including a number of Boeing air liners, necessary to make "Ceiling Zero," which comes to the Cecil Saturday. Paul Manz, veteran mail pilot, was responsible for the equipment and foi' ita correct use in the picture. * * * Dolores Del Kio, exotic star noted for her glamorous, Latin type of beauty, becomes an entirely new screen personality in her latest picture, "The Widow from Monte Carlo," which plays Friday only at the Cecil. As part of this change, "THE LAST OUTPOST" and "SEVEN KEYS TO BALDPATE Starting Saturday CHARLES LAUGHTON PRIVATE LIFE OF HENRY THE VDU. No. 2 FIFI DOKSAY BETTER. THAN GOLD HELEN GAHAGAN A New and Thrilling Serial! TOM MIX The Miracle Rider SPENCER TRACY -- and -ANN SHIRLEY -- in-CHATTERBOX" LAST CHAPTER, TARZAN CROWDS! CROWDS! CROWDS! ATTENDED THE CECIL LAST FRIDAY! Here's Another Great Program Showing This Friday Only! TAKE A TIP! ATTEND THE MATINEE TO AVOID EVENING RUSH! WIDOW FROm moniE CARLO WARREN WILLIAM DOLORES DEL RIO DD the low* moet* a suave Casanova of th« Catlno* - * r and that's how Ih* fayeh* b»gtnl PLUS Richard Hr'mber's Bond -- Comedy -- News ENDS THURSDAY -- "ROSE MARIE" STARTS SAT. "CEILING ZERO" WITH JAMES CAGNEY -- PAT O'BRIEN JUNE TRAVIS -- STUART ERWIN ANOTER I f L M t N ! v^^t^ 111 inn nniifrn MAJOR BOWES ·'· ".' · ^^··"··' 1 t- ·-··'·' m''m- ^ ····"·· '· ' * "·'" · '. M Y T H AMAZING! TRUE! IN THIS WEEK'S R A D I O G U I D E Don't miss these sensational revelations about radio's "Number One Money Man"--Major Bowes, and his famous Amateur Hour. Read about the birth and rise of this popular radio attraction, the stampede of amateurs to New York, the complaints of charity bureaus, the disappointments, the protests! The inside story of the amateur and what happens to him from audition to finish. Exclusively told in this week's RADIO GUIDE, out today, at all newsstands. ALSO IN THIS ISSUE Why Connie Boswell Waited Four Years ® Seymour Simons--Gentleman Bandleader 0 Louise Massey-A Bride At Fifteen O Bing Crosby Rebels MOST COMPLETE RADIO PROGRAM LISTINGS Most detailed program information published. Fourteen large size pag« of program listiogs!Tellsyouwhat - son the air any ornight-/or* WHOLE WEEK IK ADVANCE! All your favorite stations-local and national... Time tables of news and sports broadcasts. :.. Contests on the air ... Advance short wave programs . . . Questions and answers about radio stars ... Also a big rotogravure Picture Section! Biggest 10 cents' worth io radio. · lOc-ST ALL NEWSSTANDS AMERICA'S WEEKLY of PROGRAMS and PIR50NA1ITIES CURRENT FEATURES CII^--Ends Thursday, "Kose Murle." Friday only, "The Widow from Monk) Carlo." PALACE--EnJs Friday, "Seven Keys to Baldpatc" and "The Last Outpost." S T R A N D -- Ends Thursday, "Werewolf of London" and "All the King's Horses." Starts Friday, "Nevada" and "Without Regret." STATE--Ends Thursday, "Henry VIII." Starts Friday, 'She" and "Miracle Rider." er hair is parted on the side, rath- than in the center, for the first me since she has been in picture?. Warren William, Louise Fazencla nd Colin Clive have leading roles support. ' # * * The February issue of March of .me" features "The Modern Mos- ow," the discovery of a painless ay of drilling teeth and Father evine, th e god of Harlem. Feb- ·uary 24 to 27 are the days for its howing at the Cecil. # * * EW ZANE GREY FILM "Nevada," new Zane Grey west- rn romance which has been adapt- d for the screen under the same tie, is the action film on the trand's double, bill Friday and Sat- rday. Curiously enough, the set- ng for "Nevada" is in Arizona, a iscrepancy which apparently has 0 significance. Cattle rustling at he dawn of the current century is the theme for the story. Heading le cast are Buster Crabbe, Katheen Burke, Raymond Hatton and onte Blue. The second feature on the program is titled "Without Regret." .a to whether or not the title was affixed before or after the producers lad seen tbe picture, you'll have ;o see for yourself. The story is a ophisticated romance, enacted for ou by Blissa Landi, Paul Cavanagh, 'ranees Drake and Kent Taylor. * * * SHE" BILLED AT STATE With Helen Gahagan in the title ole, "She," fantastic film story of 1 mythical race of persons such as ne meets in a Sunday comic strip ike Buck Rogers in 2500 A. D., ops the State's offerings Friday Old Time Dance AVALON BALLROOM Manly, Iowa THURSDAY, FEB. 13 Music By EARL HUNT Admission 25c C O M I N G TUESDAY, FEB. 18 ALSKY AND HIS MUSICAL STARS Ladies 25c Gears 40c Larry "Buster Crabbe ' Kathleen Burke Monte Blue Zane Grey's "NEVADA" » Companion Hit "Without Regret" With BLISSA LANDI PAUL CAVANAUGH KENT TAYLOR FRANCES DRAKE Ends Thursday: "WEREWOLF OF LONDON" "ALL THE KING'S HORSES" Clear Lake IOWA'S FINEST BALLROOM OLD TIME DANCE FKL I KELLY'S HARP ORCH.. 36c | COURT HUSSBY SAT. n S. S. Tax y « f l _ C Included *UC COMING WED., FEB. 19 Cab CaSfowoy And His Cotton Club Orch. ADVANCE TICKETS NOW ON SALE at the Surf and in Mason City at Huxtahle Drug. Only SI if purchased on or before Feb. 17. Charge at door, est. pricn SI.20. fed. tax I2r, state tax 3c. total. ?1.35 per person. Held at Pekin William Potts, above, 23 y««r old son ol a wealthy Pekin, 111., attorney, was held by police alter he allegedly confessed to the fatal shooting "of his brother-in-law when the .latter returned home after being treated at a hospital for wounds suffered during the Peldn general strike. A family quarrel was given by police as the reason for the slaying. The" brother-in-law, Clarence Rupp, 36, an independent taxi operator, was shot but not seriously wounded during the strike. HIPP, FOARDE O'CONNOR AIDES Appointed Assistant Slate Attorney Generals to Fill Vacancies. DBS MOUSES, I/I')--Atty. Gen. Edward L. O'Connor announced ap- ointment of D. Myron Tripp of Vewton and John J. Foardc of Wa- d-loo as assistant attorney gener- is to fill vacancies. Tripp will become special assist- nt attorney general for the state lighway commission at a salary of $4,500. He succeeds C. E. Walters who was appointed district judge 01- the seventeenth judicial dis rict. Foarde succeeds Clair Hamilton assistant attorney general whose resignation to re-enter private practice became effective Feb. 1. His salary was not stated. It comes un der the attorney general's appro- iriation for the state department of ustice. Tripp, a democrat, was state sen ator from Jasper county at the for ty-fifth regular and forty-fifth spe cial assembly sessions, and is a for mer county attorney for Jasper ounty. He is a graduaate of the 5rake university law school. The state highway commission onfirmed Tripp's appointment. Foarde has been a legal adviser in .he office of State Auditor C. W. Storms since early in 1933. A grad- mte of the State University of iowa and a war veteran, he practiced law at Waterloo before com- ng to Des Moines. Mrs. Rupe Funeral Is Conducted at Hampton HAMPTON--Funeral services for Airs. Charles Rupe, 54, who died at the Lutheran hospital Sunday of pneumonia, were held at the Millett funeral home Wednesday afternoon with the Rev. W, C. Cleworth, pastor of the Methodist church in charge. Mrs. Rupe was born at Yates City. 111., in 1882. She was married to Charles Rupe' in 1908 at Axtell Kans. They came to Hampton from Michigan 8 years ago. Surviving are her husband and two children by a former marriage. Mrs. Eva Ennis Galesburg. 111., and Fred Hertzell of Texas. 100 Hear Attorney Cerney. NORTH WOOD--Atty. Rob Roj Cerney of Mason City Tuesday nigh addressed the father and son ban quet at the Baptist church. One nun drcd attended. Vlany Aredale Farmers Are Feeding Pheasants A R E D A L B -- N o trains got luoug-h until Tuesday morning, the now plow from Belle plaine com- ng at 8 o'clock and a mail train got through Tuesday morning. In ·miny places the drifts are nearly 15 eet deep. The snow plow worked to pen up the road west of town. Many armors are feeding the game birds ind building shelters in groves that .hey make of corn fodder. Coal is beginning to be exhausted although no suffering for lack of coal now. In ;hi3 vicinity many have wood and many cobs are burned. Ncdtwlg Will Sl«ik. R1DGB W A Y--T he F e b r u a r y meeting of the Parents-Teachers association will be held at the high school assembly Wednesday evening. Feb. 19. The speaker of the evening will be the Rev. Herman Nedtwig of the JI. E. Church. Another feature on the program will be a playlet, 'Valentine Tarts" by the fifth grade of the local school. Kidneys Must Clean Out Acids The only way your body can clean mil acids anil poisonous wastes from your blood is thru 9 million tiny, delicate Kllnc' lubes or filters, but beware of cheap, drastic, Irritating clruys. It functional Kidney or Bladder disorders mtike you s u f f e r from Getting Ul NlRhls, Nervousness, Lee Pains. Backache Circles Under Eyes. Dizziness, Rheumatic Pains, Acidity, Burning. Smarting or ItchfnK. !m*t take chances. Get the Doctor's cuaran- tccd prescription called Cyst ex (Pias-Tcx). Works fast, sale and sure. In 48 hour* it must briiiR new vitality, and Is guaranteed to do the worh In one week or mnney back on return o[ empty j»aekaKP, Cyatcx costs only 3c a. dope at druggists and tho Kuaran- tec protects you. Beware Coughs from common colds That Hang On No matter how many medicines you have tried for your cough, chest cold or bronchial irritation, you can § et relief now -with Creomulsion. erious trouble may be brewing and you cannot afford to take a chance ·with anything less than Creomul- eion, which goes right to the seat of the trouble to aid nature to soothe and heal the Inflamed membranes as the germ-laden phlegm Is loosened and expelled. Even if other remedies have- failed, don't be discouraged, your druggist is authorized, to guarantee Creomulsion and to refund your money if you are not satisfied with results from the very first bottle. Get Creomulsion right now. (Adv.) nd Saturday. Adapted from th ovel by Merian C. Cooper, the pic ure depicts the folly of everlastinj outh, that it is highly possible tha .he late Ponce de Leon would hav ·nanaged to make himself wreched y unhappy if he had found the foun ain for which he sought. Randolph Scott, Helen Mack an ·Jigel Bruce have leading support ng roles. An equally big attraction of th jill is the first episode of a bran new serial starring none other tha aur old friend, Tom Mix, who wa lere with his circus last summei Tony, Jr., replaces Tom's favorit mount, Tony, who has saved th owboy's life in countless picture n the past. ttYSTERY-FARCE AND WAR DRAMA When seven different persons, each thinking that he or she has the OTly existing key to a lonely mountain inn, all arrive at that spot one midwinter night for various myster- ous purposes, events are boumd to happen in quick succession. This is :he basis of "Seven Keys To Baldpate," a thrilling and hilarious mys- :ery farce based on novel and play by Earl Derr Biggers and George M. Cohan. Gene Raymond is featured and Margaret Callahan enacts the principal feminine role in a cast which includes Erin O'Brien-Moore, Eric Blore, Moroni Olsen, Grant Mitchell and Ray Mayer. "The Last Outpost," with Gary Grant, Claude Rains and Gertrude Michael, Is a drama-packed romance played against the background of the sun-baked, danger- DUS deserts of Arabia during the World war. It is a story of two men who sacrifice their friendship to wage a savage personal battle for the love of the same girl. How they hound each other through many untold dangers, eventually patching up their quarrel, is told in a series of thrilling events ending- in a grip- pin o- dramatic climax. The picture was directed by Charlie Barton with Kathleen Burke and Colin Tapley in the supporting cast. These two pictures will terminate their engagements Friday night at the Palace. Hitching Posts Again in Demand at Algona; May Dynamite Drifts ALGONA--Progress in opening township roads throughout Kossuth county is at a standstill. The county snowplows and machinery are broke down and they are unable to get repairs immediately. The north and south roads are blocked worst and by the first of next week it is planned to u?e dynamite to blast through the drifts. The old hitching posts by the Norton Lumber yard, which had become almost obsolete, are being used once more. It is a common sight to see bobsleds with five to ten men in town taking food supplies to their farm homes. W.R.C. Lincoln Tablet Given to Osage High OSAGE--The W. R. C. presented a bronze tablet containing tie Gettysburg' address to the Osage high school on Lincoln's birthday, in honor of the Frank A. Bush post G. A. R. No. 77. The tablet is to be hung on a wall in the high school assembly room. The presentation was made by Mrs. Will C. Gardner, patriotic instructor ot the local corps, at a special assembly. MASON CITY ARMORY SATURDAY, FEB. 15 Prizes for the best costumes--best dressed man, best dressed woman, best comic man, best comic woman. MIXED dancing. Only 25c for a Dollar's worth of Fun. See the costumes--See who wins. Worth a "quarter" even if you don't w a n t to dance. Sponsored by American Legion. House Dresses Sporr Frocks Jaunty Aprons Gay Smocks Beech Pajorrms Summer Robes Tors' Dresses Tots' Suits Sleepers, Rompers Men's Pajamas Boys' Blouses Drapei'ies Bed Spreads Dressing-Table Skirts Laundry Bags Shoe Bags Wardrobe Bags Quilting Strips Pillow Covers Table Scarves Luncheon Sets Stuffed Toys It's So Easy With ADVANCE PATTERNS None Higher THOUSANDS OF YARDS! RONDO FABRICS For a HUNDRED Uses! There seems to be no end to the ways thrifty homemakers and mothers of families use RONDO! Because these .famous percale prints are of such excellent quality, because the designs are so smart, the colorings so clear, they adopt themselves to a great variety of uses. Close, firm weave . . . both prints and solid colors . . . FAST-COLOR, of course . . . and full 36 INCHES WIDE. And amazingly low-priced for the quality! Buy I plenty! %^£ fijn A««fe p^? J SL tyy S» ffi« J A A v asP Outstanding for quality and value at a mighty low price! Firm-woven 36-ineh solid colors and prints, in gay new Spring colors and a wide variety of print designs, clear and fast-color. You'll think of dozens of things to make when you see these prints! Press Prints For thrifty budgeteers who want to stretch their money as far as possible, NUTONE is the obvious choice! 35 to 36 inches wide, in sprightly patterns that are ail fast-color. NUTONE leads the low-price field, because there's EXTRA value in it! With PENNEY'S NOTIONS Lc - More Savings in H0TI0MS Steel Shears, 6 in. to 8 in. 49c Silk Thread, 50 yards 5e Nainsook Shields, pair. ; ., 25e Sanitary Belts. . .19c and 25c Garter Belts. . . . 25c and 49c Sew-On Garters lOc "Penco Naps," box of 12, 1 5c '/4-inch Elastic, 5 yards. . lOc Babies' Rubber Panties..., 19e Rubber Crib Sheets. 23c Rubber Sheeting, yard. ,,. 59c Children's Garters, pair.. 19e Waist and Garters, 2 to 8, 43e HONOR, CONFIDENCE, and SERVICE, that's what those initials stand for, and that's the kind of cheviot this actually is! Sturdy, long-wearing, in the tried and true solid colors and stripes, as well as some checks, 28 inches wide.

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