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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 11

Mason City, Iowa
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Wednesday, February 11, 1931
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I 12 Rainfall in Iowa 85 Per Cent of Normal in Four Month Perioc WASHINGTON, Feb. U. (A'l Ywf^, 11^ Iowa was 8S P er cen - «" normal between last Oct. l and Jan 31, a report prepared by J. B. Kin cer, agricultural meteorologist showed. 6 Iowa and nine other states, mostly In the Mississippi valley, had deficient rainfall. Among the others were Illinois with 59 per cent of normal, Wisconsin 68; Missouri 84 ·rid Minnesota 94. * · j Appropriation for Extension-Cut. j AMES, Feb. 11.--The lippropria- tfon from the federal government for extension work in Iowa for'the year starting July 1 has been de; creased 512.000 from that of the | present year, according to announcement made today by President R. M. Hughes, Iowa State college, MASON CITY GLOKE-GAZHTTI? 1 for particular women Who Appreciate Economical, Dependable, Courteous Transportation Service The regularly maintained Street Car service between outlying sections and the downtown shopping district is a boon to the busy woman. Experience has taught her that a car will leave her neighborhood at the sched- . uled time; that it is the fastest and most economical form of transportation at her disposal; and that courteous operators will add to the pleasure of her ride. Mason City and Clear Lake Railroad Co. FEBRUARY 11 1931 'CRIMINAL CODE" PRIZE PLAY COMING TO CECIL WALTER HUSTON. FAMOUS ACTOR, PLAYS STELLAR ROLE PHILUPS.HOLMES- famed character kbtor, creates the IcShie rola In th? .v * 7 , b ?£ r *? Ive raa K nltud e- Walter Huston, been hailed by critics i, sensational lu .portmg ,, the castTs PhllH Ds Tfol^", Br ^ y ^ ·*·*»»'*«» "as to stardom in his performance in "Her Man " Phillips Holmes, who made a remarkable riTM ^^^ ^?££r£F* the tC H bCSt - *"" *TM Cl *TM Cr.mina. -va Falls Man Named Wa Director at Shoe Retailers Convention ES MOINES, Feb. 11. /P)--The ual N convention of the North- tern Shoe Retailers Regional as- ;iation closed here today, after -·ae days of conferences. W. H. Gernes of Ames was nom ated for the vice presidency, and rnest Westberry of Iowa Falls wai lined director from Iowa. Fellows' a policy where the sits of the .-onvention is alternated, St. Paul '.vill entertain the 1932 sessions. At Mason City's THEATERS Youth Sent to Anamosa. CEDAR RAPIDS, Feb. 11. JP-- iloivin Kinkead, IT, Marion, was .sentenced to five years at the'Ana- mosa reformatory on conviction o!' charges of assault with intent to commit robbery. '" Another major function of the muffler is to serve as a. silencer for Christmas neckties.--Arkansas Gazette. · - ^CHEVROLET/ T/.« Pfn, Chevroht CorwrUbl, CobrioI.t-P,,*^ of C. n . rl aHlfotor* Chevrolet standard Although the new Chevrolet Six is one of the most Inexpensive automobiles on the mnrVet, it often fine-car style, perform- ance, comfort and dependability. Anil along with the economy of n I ow purchase price, you get the savings O f very low oper- ating cost and long life with little upkeep expense. ^. set a new of value R o a d s t prices « j Sport Roadster with rumble 8cat, $493, Coach or Standard Five- Window Coupe, $545; Phaeton, $510, Standard Coupe, $555; Sport Coupe (rumble scat), ?575i Convertible Cabriolet, $615; Standard Sedan, J635; Special Sedan,' 1650. Prices f. o. b. Flint, Mich. Special equipment extra. 1® Js CHEVROLET SIX The Great American Value S«o Voar JUealer ilelotv Hud all the au.hors in Amerlc: deliberately conspired to write f play for Lowell Sherman, according to Alan Roscoe, character actor they could not have produced a more appropriate one than Radio Pictures' "The Royal Bed," adapted from Robert E. Sherwood's stag-e success "The Queen's -Husband' now at the Cecil theater. "It presents another side of Sherman's talent, hitherto undisclosed on the screen." says Roscoe. "In 'He Knew Women' Sherman was a hit as a-suave, polished man who knew his women and profited thereby! In 'Lawful Larceny' with Bebe Daniels, he was a polished, clever and rather fascinating thief! In 'The Pay Off he was a brilliant, cultured gang leader. But in "The Royal Bed' he ia humanized,. possessed of the ordinary human heart. He' portrays a lovable king- of a mythical kingdom, a henpecked husband of a domineering- queen." -o- ' ! Fast-stepping-, up-to-Sie-minute, modern as tomorrow's headlines. "Fast and Loose," now playing at the Strand theater, is a new angle on present-day youth, its Irxu'ghin-- grayety, its scorn of conventions, its freedom and constant joy. And a great cast of moderns portray the lively characters in the Avcry Hopwood . play,' which made a tremendous hit on Broadway last season Fast and Loose" is taken from the play "The Best People," a laugh and love drama of-middle-aged cons'erv- atism versus youthful light-footed- ness. Long Island is the setting- There the socially established family, represented by Ftank Morgan Winifred Harris, Herbert Yost, Miriam Hopkins and Henry W'a-'aworth,- carries on the battle of r-aste. The two youngsters, Miss Miriam Hopkins and Wadsworth, shock their elders immeasurably by becoming involved in affairs of the heart, the former with the family chauffeur, the latter with a pretty chorus ^irl. --O-T George Bancroft iH rated as one of the big- box office names in present- day talkies. He has gained his reputation thru his impressive, colorful characterization of he-men holes in such pictures as "Underworld," "Ladies Love Brutes," "Thunderbolt," "The Mighty," "The Wolf of Wall Street,", and "Derelict." In "Scandal Sheet" now pjaying at the Palace theater, he is presented in the role of a person of social prominence, of wealth, of position. At his daily grind in his job as managing editor, of a ^abloid "scandal sheet" he la brutal, fierce, humorless and uncompromising. In his home life he is just the opposite--· a loving husband, kind and good to his charming wife. But it Is the reign of terror he creates in his business life which turns her against him. Kay Francis, who plays the role of Bancroft's wife, is one of th'e many well-known Broadway stars who has recently achieved fame in celluloid. She made her debut In "Gentlemen of the Press" with Walter Huston over a year ago. "Ho Knew Women" will be prp sentecj for the last time Wednesday evening at the Iowa theater. It is a masterpiece of subtle comedy drama, a thoroly grown-up and splendidly enacted talking drama of modern manners. --o-A pistol shot, a wild huzza from 5,000 throats and the great land rush scene in Radio Pictures' "Cimarron" was under way. For days an army of men had been gathering n the rolling plains country near Bakersfield, Cat, focussing mind and effort on the preparation of a mile long front of ox teams, covered vagons and rigs of all descriptions 'or a simulation of the Oklahoma and rush of 1889. All morning they had waited for that starting pistol shot. Animals and men were tense with expectation. A bugle sounded, :hen came the roar of the pistol. There was hum of awakened life; a oud huzza of discordant notes shouted by men drunk with en- husiasm, and the sharp reports of bull whips that pricked the ears like singing bullets. "CImarron" will open a one-week engagement Saturday, Feb. 21, at the Cecil. Aiverne Declam to Be Held oh LUVERNE, Feb. 10.-- The horn leclamatory contest of the Luvern ugh school will be held at the hig chool gym Friday evening. Thei are 15 contestants. In the oratorica llvision will be Carl Lang, Harol ichty, Richard Niver and Bernic Scribner. Dramatic speakers will bo Fer Barton, Alice Ellis, Carmen Hesse ·uenetha Jones, Helen Kubler an Tulu Mae Murray. Humorou peeches will be Elsie Hunt. Cor VCae Masterson, Ruth Robertson Dorothy Stoddard and John Voss. Orchestras at Osage Will Enter Contes OSAGE, Feb. 11.--The progiarr or Wednesday evening showing th /ork'of the three orchestras Bruc rybarger is training is of. more than sual interest in that he is prepar ng these young musicians for pn ranee in the district contest to b iven March 26, 27 and 28, probaulj t Charles City. He expects to on er a number o£ solo numbsi's ba ide the band and orchestra groups Other nations fear that talkie? sh. Not the talkies we've heard --Austin American. S. R. CHEVROLET CO. Corner of Washington Avc., and First St.'s. W. I'hone 6«5 Motor Inn, Manly, In. Rockwell Auto Co., Rockwell, I». R. L. Dixon, Plymouth, li Al^O DEALERS .NCHEVBOLCT SK-CVUNDER TRUCKS, ,,« TO ,,,,. ,. ,,. ,,, F1Inl , 3 DAYS STARTING WEDNESDAY Ho«- the World is Uvlng! How the World is Loving! Wild Youth on Rampage Steppin' High and Wide. A ' New Angle on the Mad Moderns. FRANK MORGAN MIRIAM HOPKINS SHOWS AT 1-2:40-4:20 6-7:40-3:20. DOUBLE FEATURE PROGRAM Sat. -- Sun. --'Mon. At Regular Prices. The Biggest and Best Program Ever Offered Blason City Theater Patrons. HERE 'TIS-- ^··5i CH --- And CONSTANCE BENNETT in "COMMON CLAY" FRANK KELLOGG SURE OF PEACE Author of Pact and Nobel Prize Winner Praises Iowa Roads. DES MOINES, Feb. 11. Up}-- Assurance of continuing world peace was given by Frank B. Kellogg, author of the Kellogg peace pact, 1923 Nobel peace prize winner and states man, in an interview here, granted as he paused on an automobile trip to a vacation in California. "I have never seen brighter prospects for world peace," the peace worker said, and added, "I taka absolutely no stock in war talk and rumors which are stirring." He laid the present disturbance in Europe to economic depression, and saw In it ."the greatest educational program for world peace evei known" and the influence of statesmen an important reason for believing in universal concord. Mr. Kellogg paid high tribute to Towa's roads "Iowa's roads are wonderful," he said; "they are the finest I have ever seen." New English Professor Named. AMES, Feb. 11.--Paul Jones, associate professor of English at the University of Louisville, Louisville, ify., has been appointed associate professor of English at Iowa State college to fill the vacancy left by the resignation of Prof. John Thurber last year, according to an announcement by President R. M. Hughes. . H. G. Burtness Is Named Hanlontown Creamery President HANLONTOWN, Feb. 11--The annual creamery meeting has been held and the following officers elected: H. G. Burtness, president; John Hendrickson, vice president; Clarence Hendrickson, secretary; C. H. Thompson, treasurer. Directors are: Ed Phillips, A. O. Kaasa, H. O. Domholt, N. E. Brunsvold and O. A. Thovson. A meeting wijl be held Saturday to hire a buttermaker. Is Speaker at Conference. OSAGE, Feb. 11.--The Rev. Sylvester E. Ellis, pastor of Osage M. E. church, will speak Thursday at the joint conference of thK Dubuque and Waterloo districts of the M. E. church. His subject is "His Pastoral Visiting. Harry Laiigdon 'FIGHTING PARSON' --Ami-LEATHER PUSHERS Last Time Wednesday "HE KNEW WOMEN" with LOWELL SHERMAN ALICE JOYCE How Playing THRU FRIDAY THE HE MAN OF THE MOVIES AS THE MASTER OF THE MIGHTY PRESS A NEW SERVICE FOH PALACE PATRONS. . BEQUEST DAY EVERY FRIDAY. A PICTURE BROUGHT BACK BY POPULAR. REQUEST. SHOWN IN ADDITION TO THK REGULAR FEATURE. CUVE BROOK) KAY FRANCIS NO, RESPECTOR OP PERSONALITIES HE MADE AND WRECKED REPUTATIONS AT WILL UNTIL H I S OWN WIFE BROKE INTO THE "SCANDAL SHEET" Mason City's Finest Theater NOW PLAYING! -- THRU FRIDAY WAKE UP, WORLD!.... Here's a Merry Mixup of Dramatic Merriment! Frisky . . .Frothy . . . Peppy . . . and Drama So Real You II Think You Lived It! Real Humor, Clean and Sharp as the Sweep of a Sword! THE MASTER OF SMART FARCE CONTRIBUTES HIS MASTERPIECE TO TUB SCREEN! Vital! A human document of law am! lintc. J'^roni tho F.-imotis Play, "The Queen's Huslmnd" LOWELL SHERMAN MARY ASTOR OTHERS -COMING SATURDAY!-THE * CRIMINAL CODE WITH WALTER HUSTON Gay comedy wrapped about the merry tale of a king bored with his position who does the unusual in,love! OTHER BIG SCREEN FEATURES! It must lie seen--so true is Its message.

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