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Mason City, Iowa
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Wednesday, August 7, 1935
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TWO MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, AUGUST 7 1935 DRIVING RULES ARE ANNOUNCED Mrs, Miller Announces Lis of Proposals for Safe Iowa Motoring. DES MOINES, Aug. 7. UP)--O course if everyone followed the driv ing rules laid down by Mrs. Alej Miller, secretary of state, ther wouldn't be any need for the nev state motor vehicle patrol. But since Mrs. Miller knows he: drivers, she has issued the rule; which, if followed, will assure the motorist that he won't have to do any explaining to highway patrol men. The rules, drawn by Highway patrol Chief John R. Hattery are: 1--Keep all lights and brakes in proper working order. 2---Keep your automobile under control so it can be stopped within the assured clear distance ahead. 3--Observe all traffic signs, especially arterial highway stop signs. 4--Do not attempt to pass on hills or curves. 5--Avoid reckless or careless driving. 6--Remember that liquor and automobiles won't mix. 7--Keep both license plates clean and properly displayed. S--Carry your drivers' licenses and vehicle registration car. 9--If' driving a bus, do not tavel faster than 45 miles an hour and not faster than 35 miles an hour if driving a truck. 10--Beware of reckless cutting in and out through heavy traffic. 11--If a truck driver do not overload your vehicle. 2 Are Sentenced for Driving While Drunk AliSOX. Aur. T.--Ararooc Dur- ef AcSI-sr --er= each setter- 150 at Reunion Held at Ellsworth College IOWA FALLS, Aug. 7.--At U) Ellsworth college reunion, Sunday 150 guests were present some o them coming from neighboring states. Officers elected were Mrs Max Kelsey, president; Mrs. Ethe Steiner, first vice prisident; Mrs Charles Weyrauch, second vie president; and Mrs. Roy E. Johnson secretary and treasurer. All held the same offices last year. SPANGLER HEADS 'GRASS ROOTERS' Midwest Republican Drive May Be Extended Into 13 States. CHICAGO, Aug. 7. OT)--A mid- dlewestern republican "grass roots" irganization, headed by Harrison !. Spangler of Cedar Rapids, Iowa, ras ready today to carry its "save he constitution" drive into 10 and losstbly 13 states. The organization, authorized at he grass roots convention in ! pringfield. HI., last June, was com- ileted yesterday by 50 delegates rom 10 states. They voted to invite Michigan, Ohio .and Kentucky to oin the movement. Spangler, republican national ommitteeman from Iowa, was elec- ed permanent chairman of the ommittee. Mrs. Leslie Wheeler of ake Forest, 111., was named vice nairman and Joe Ferguson of klahoma wag named secretary, he treasury's post was left open ending word from James H. Doug-s, Jr., Chicago, who was in Cal- orr.ia. i executive committee, repre- Military Dance Feature of Stage Revue One of the outstanding features n\ the stage production, Ernie Young's Revue, "A Trip Around flip World," which will play at the Cecil theater Saturda y and Sunday, is the military dance number, presented by 17 attractive girl*. Charles City News Anastasia Timmerick of Charles City Wed to Bohler, Milwaukee CHARLES CITY, Aug. 7.--Miss .nastasia Timmerick, daughter of dr. and Mrs. Gus Timmerick, 903 street, was married to P. P. lohler of Milwaukee, Wis., by Mon- ignor W. J. Convery in the Cath- lic church yesterday. The bride's ress was of white lace and her sis- er, Miss Grace Timmerick of South aven, Mich., was her bridesmaid. ic Bohler of St. Paul, acted as of Iowa. f e c5^J c a~car One Vacancy on Garner Staff Still Unfilled RESTAURANTS' CHICAGO OLD HEIDELBERG INN Colorful...Unique entertainment, nightly, rill 1 ...famous for fish... No covei_chaige;.. : Ait eoofei ^fm^EiD BUILDING Enana'ii'secn~on,.-Lrv"E BROOK TROUT, trVE I.OBSTERS ... Other fish specialties...moderate prices ... Air-cooled. N. W. STATION 5 Eitcl restaurants-- also to Union Station. O L D H E I D E L B E R G RANDOLPH AT STATE NEW FIELD BUILDING CLARK AT ADAMS N.w. RAILWAY STATION MADISON AT CANAL GARXER. Aug. 7.--The Garner i school faculty still has one vacancy. I Hiss Enna Schuerman, commercial [ teacher and Miss Stella Downey, departmental teacher in the grade school were released from their contracts to accept more lucrative positions. Miss Schuerman's place has jeen taken by Miss Lotta Engell of Des Moines. VIedium Lake Survey ; , 5 Completed by £olby, EMMETSBTJRG, Aug.-' i:--Dr. Frank J. Colby, of" -.Forest ,-City, meifiber of thS state'feard.of con-; scrvation, completed a survey of Medium lake here to determine the mount of fish needed to restock it and to inspect the rearing ponds and other existing conditions. A load i of bass, pickerel and croppies may e shipped here soon from the state ish hatcheries at Lansing, he told members of the Ernrnetsburg Izaak Walton league. Thousands of fish died in Medium lake last year, despite the use of oxygen pumps and other devices fcy state fish and game employes. Hampton Banks to Make Gram Certificate Loans HAMPTON, Aug. 7.--Local hanks announced loans will be made on warehouse certificates for small grain sealed under the Iowa warehouse law. They will advance 60 per cent of the market value with a minimum of 15 cents a bfishel on oats. The sealing charge is 75 cents for 100 bushels with a minimum ot $2.50. Notes will be payable in 10 months at 5 per cent. SPECIAL FALL Beautiful, brand new UPRIGHTS priced as low as Sale of Used Pianos Time has not lessened the worth of these fine instruments Good things grow better with age-good books, good wine, good friends. Likewise the goodness of these fine musical instruments has not been changed with age or destroyed with use. These pianos are A-440. They won't last long at these sensationally low prices of I McGeeney presided at the organ . and accompanied Mr. McGeeney I who sang. "Oh Promise Me" and i Mrs. Warren Greenwood who sang. ! "Ave Maria." "Hymn to the Blessed i Virgin" was sung by Mrs. Greenwood and Mrs. McGeeney. A wed ding breakfast was served at th' Charles City Country club. Guests from out of the city were the gridegroom's mother, Mrs. Ann Bohler, Mrs. George Kraemer anc son, Lawrence. Jack New and Miss Alice Timmerick. all of Milwaukee: Mr. and Mrs. Ed Farrell, Chicago; Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bohler, Detroit, Mich., and Mr. and Mrs. M. Krier, Minneapolis. Mrs. Bohler was graduated from St. Mary's academy' Charles City, and St. Mary's Nursing school, Milwaukee. For the past five years she has heen engaged in public health work in Milwaukee. ..where Mr.- Bohler . is , as-., sociated .with the Men's Wear company of Milwaukee..'. This is a large brick house and th new owner plans to modernize it. Three men and a woman from th Twin Cities spent the night in jai here and the next morning Justic John McGeeney fined them ?49,5' on a disorderly conduct charge. Agnes Miller of Osage returnei to her home after being in thi Cedar Valley hospital lor a tons! operation. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Hall are thi parents of a son. Miss Viginia Hinz is visiting he: aunt, Mrs. W. H. Barnhart. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Breese who have been living at 606 Howard street left yesterday for Venice Cal. to make their home. Howard Jones who has been visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. E Jones, has gone to Carroll, 111. where he will be an instructor in the schools. Miss Elza Weitz and Miss Betty Goodwin of Des Moines are visiting Miss Barbara Blake. Man Injured by Crane Is Reported Recovering CHARLES CITY, Aug. 7.--Mer:en Bean who was injured in the ioundry of the Hart-Parr plant Monday, is showing some improvement in the Cedar Valley hospital. Mr. Bean, employe of the Oliver Equipment company, was dragged by a crane and injured' quite badly before he could be released. He was doing some welding when an inexperienced foundryman started the crane and he was dragged 25 feet. He lives at the home of his niece, Mrs. Gerald Henry and her husbanc also works in the foundry and was one of the first to aid Mr. Bean when h e was hurt. Experimental Station to Be Added to Laboratory CHARLES CITY, Aug. 7--The Dr Salsbury's laboratories started another expansion program which wil include a modern poultry farm anc experimental station. The W. P TJpham farm two miles east of Charles City on the New Hampton road has been purchased and plans are being drawn by an architect for a set of modern buildings. The ground will be landscaped and new features added from time to time. Dr. J. E. Salsbury has also under consideration, an annex to the main laboratories on Gilbert street. In Charge of Work. CHARLES CITY, Aug. 7.--An arrangement to carry on the Y. M. C. A. work after the departure of Mervin Sours, secretary, who resigned, has been made by the hoard of directors. Russell McMains, instructor in the junior high school, will become part time director with an associate, Dale Ross of Buckingham, who will also teach in the junior high school part time. I Mum Company "Complete Music Service Since 1900" 124 North Federal Phone 798 Sanders Is Secretary. CHARLES CITY, Aug. 7.--Alton H. Sanders assumed his new duties as secretary of the Charles City Chamber of Commerce following his acceptance of the appointment by the board of directors. He will serve the unexpired term of Wayne Fluent who resigned. Headquarters for the Chamber of Commerce will be in the Sanders office, 223'/, Main street. Charles City Briefs CHARLES CITY, Aug. 7.--Paul Auringer, vocational teacher in the high school, has purchased the Warren Waller homestead, a 20 acre tract on South Main street, and will take possession Sept. 1. Mr. Auringer will install a new heating plant and make other improvements. Dr. p. C. Molgard, one of the new members of the Dr. Salabury staff, has purchased the residence of Mrs. Lou Clark at 204 Harwood street. Klemme Man Held to Jury on Liquor Count GARNER, Aug. 7.--Levi Ridder, Klemme poolhall operator, was bound over to the Hancock county grand jury on a liquor charge. He ivas arrested Friday on information 'iled by County Attorney W. D. Daly and brought before Judge T. 4. Beardmore. He was released under bond. At Mason City THEATERS VIerchant at Popejoy - · . . SellsGrocery Stock 'POPERY, Aug. 7.--M. C. Baker^ a merchant ta Popejoy for the 1 -past nine years, sold his stock of grocer- es to E. B. Pritchard of Alden. Fos- ession was given Monday. Miss Jlara Graff has charge of the store .t present. As yet, Mr. Baker is un- ecided as to where he will locate. PICTORIAL HISTORY OF MODERN CRIMINAL WARFARE Such films as "Public Hero No. 1," playing through Thursday at the Cecil, "G-Men," recently at the Palace, and other pictures based upon the more sensational escapades of gangdom during the last decade will serve generations to come as pictorial history of many of the skirmishes between law enforcement officers and the strongarmed mobsters. In the current Cecil feature the San Quentin prison break, the battle at Little Bohemia, Wis., and the final ambushing of John Dillinger as he left a suburban theater in Chicago are all portrayed. * * * "Jealousy" Is an unrelenting taskmaster, and George Murphy, fight- ng for the light heavyweight championship, is'driven to murder and he electric chair before fate takes i hand, just in time. This film plays hrough Thursday at the Stat heater with the musical "Princes Charming," a British production tarring Evelyn Laye and Henry | Wilcoxon. * » * THURSDAY IS LAST TIMES FOR "CURLEY TOP" With Shirley Temple at her best "Curley Top," playing through Thursday at the Palace, offers grea' entertainment. With this feature ari two' excellent* short subjects, one o: which is^all in technicolor and treat, the brilliant costumes of a band o; gypsies. Mrs. Helen Warren, 88, Succumbs in Eagle Grove EAGLE GROVE, Aug. 7.--Mrs. Men Warren, 88, widow, died Tuesday at the home of Nels Thompson. Funeral services will be held at the Kubitschek and Hastier 'uneral home and at the West Side Lutheran church, Thursday in charge of the Rev. H. S. Fauske. She had no near known relatives. The pallbearers will be Nels Roseand, Andrew Walker, Torres Coltvet, John Walker, Tom Weland and Mr. Matson. Mrs. Warren's birthplace was Stavager, Norway, com- ng to America in 1892," and she lived in Eagle Grove 37 yeais. VIcCree of Plymouth Head of Schools of Ventura VENTURA, Aug. 7.--S c h o o 1 opens Sept. 2 with Supt. Howard VIcCree of Plymouth as head of the Ventura school. Viola Kruger ot Charles City will teach English; Grace P.ixon of Plymouth, home economics, and Delmar Kingery, coach and science, of Greene. The grade teachers include, first and second grades, Mildred Bishop; second and hird, Lillian Thada, Garner; fifth and sixth, Charlotte Skene, Venura, and seventh and eighth, Viola Finn of Belmond. This is the year in which we balked up the dime chain letters o experience, along with war loans. On the whole, we are an older and iser people.--Detroit News. None Seeking Naturalization. CENTERVILLE, Aug. 7. (J)--For the first time in many years, the August session of Appanoose cour' finds no applicants seeking naturalization papers. In the past the number of foreigners seeking citizenship has been so large at times that the third floor of the courthouse could hardly hold them and their friends Sold to Pay Pension Cost. DAVENPORT, Aug. 7. - act--An investigator for the Scott countj old age assistance board reported she interviewed a man who sold his first wife's gold-rimmed spectacles in order to pay the $2 pension for his second wife. The payment made the second wife eligible for pension if other requirements are met. DANCE EVERY NITE S AT THE CM I U R F j 10IV.VS FIXEST BALLROOM SLATZ RANDALL Am! Hl« Rccordlnit Orchestra WED. and THURS. I Dance AH Evening to This \Vond- I erfiil Band and Have » Booth ot I Xable If You wish | for Only Young Love . . . Hungry for Romance . . . Ignorant of Lifel . . . Speeding Toward Tragedy Through Its Own Innocence! tal» EnfJJtaml STARTS SUNDAY STRAND CHARLES CITY, IOWA 9 Minnesota's m o s t popular dance band Admission: Ladies 35c, Men 40c DANCING EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY SWALEDALE MAN IS FOUND DEAD James Mairis, 65, Found in House; Rites Held at Cemetery. SWALEDALE, Aug. 7.--Jam-is Mairis, 65, poultry buyer, was fount dead Tuesday night at his home a half mile west of Swaledale. It is believed that Mairis, who livec alone, had been dead since Monday Mairis had been in poor, health two years. When Jack Williamson local barber, noted that he hac missed his daily trips to town, he went to the farm to investigate am found Mairis dead. He was last seen Sunday night. Funeral services for Mairis, who had lived in this vicinity 20 years, were conducted Wednesday afternoon at the Pleasant Valley cemetery, the Rev. Mr. Carver of Thornton officiating. All of his relatives live in the east. Will Sell Building. EMMETSBURG, Aug. 7. tff--The Emmetsburg national bank buildl- ing will be offered for sale at public auction here Thursday, Aug. 15, Edmund Carmody, receiver, has announced. Referred to Zoning Commission. EMMETSBURG, Aug. 7.--Following a protest by several property owners against opening a funeral home in their residence district here, a permit for which was asked by J. J. Martin Of Emmetsburg, the city council referred the matter to the city zoning commission here Tuesday. GRIPPING NOW HIS BRIDAL NIGHT-A NIGHTMARE CEDAR RAPIDS, IOWA The very beit for a little lest. Accommodations, serrice and Tal- ·uo unsurpassed in the middla Wflrt. Dcliciously prepared food ' modem Coffc» S hop. A u t o C l u b h e a d - q u a r t e r s . I P P L S Y H Q T f U CO. ALWAYS COOL fc. re A. £ I Sh owing SHIRLEY TEMPLE in "CURLY TOP" STARTS FRIDAY-ANOTHER GAY ENCORE FOR THE STARS OF 'GOLD DIGGERS OF 1935'! Tour favorite stars-having the time of their lives-as Radio's Singing Gondolier from Venice turns out to be Taxi Driver ONDOLIER Warner Bros' Laugh Hit with ' H I C K R O W E l I; J O A N B L O N D E L L f l AD01PHE MENJOU ·. LOUISE ^ FAZENDA · 4 MILLS BROS. The Conova Cutups'-.-Wm. Gargan Also: Screen Vaudeville--Latest News COMING SOON: Clark Gable --in-"Call of the Wild" Kay Francis --in-"Stranded" Grace Moore ^--in-"Love Me Forever" Wed. and Thurs... 2 Days . Only! MLYN LAYE WILCOXON Glamorous Romance, Glamorous Melodies. Glow- Injc with the Glorious Personalities of Evelyn I-aj e. - . . And Henry \Vilcoxon . · , of Cleopatra Fame.' FIRST TIME IN CITY 1 Hit* i NANCY CARROU Donald Cook Georse Murphy. Plus "Medbury in Malaysia" romlnir Saturday Mldnlte Show SU.NDAY . .MONDAY TUESDAY Ruby Keeler - Al Jolson Together In the musical oompdy Wtr "GO INTO YOUR DANCE" GI.KNDA FAHBEf.T, _ PATSV KEI.LT HELEN- MORGAN _ PHIL REGAN -- l«l Run Companion Feafnrf -NEIL H \Mir.TO.V-KATHI.EEN BCKKE "MUTINY AHEAD" USE GLOBE-GAZETTE WANT ADS--IT PAYS ONLY THK BIG SHOWS flATt HERE NOW SHOWING -- ENDS THURSDAY ANOTHER "G"-MAN STORY PUBLIC HERO NO. 1 .MASO.V CITVS FIXES! THEATRE Chester Morris - Lionel Barrymore - Jean Arthur - Le\vi s Stone Coming--Saturday and Sunday THE BIGGEST STAGE SHOW YET! A REAL SUPER ROAD-SHOW PRODUCTION! A TRIP AROUND THE WORLD" Showing at the CECIL At Unheard of Prices! No Tncrffur Over Our 5 0 - P E O P L E - 5 0 Mostly Girls -Featured at the Century of Progress for two years--now on tour--Mason City being their only Iowa engagement! ON THE SCREEN KARLOFF (FRANKENSTEIN) I N "THE BLACK ROOM" The Biggest Show Since "George White's Scandals"

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