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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 14

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, March 1, 1934
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FOURTEEN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE MARCH I ·· 1934 Iowa U Graids Receive ^Ballots for Electing Alumni Group Officers IOWA CITY, March 1--So that University of Iowa alumni may vote for officers of their association, ·erne 22,000 ballots Wednesday were dispatched to graduates in every state and 30 foreign countries, v In the 1934 election, 17 new offi- cers will be chosen, including a new president and two vice president*, Charles M. Dutcher of Iowa City and John M. Grim of Cedar Rapids are the candidates for the presidency. Alumni will return their ballots by mid-April and the officers will be installed on alumni day at the June commencement. Alaric was the great chieftain of the Visigoths. CLIP THIS ADVERTISEMENT - I T IS WORTH 61c DURING THIS Factory Introductory Sale OF THE WORLD'S FAMOUS Texas Mineral Wells Crystals .50 Package for 89c WITH THIS ADVERTISEMENT Now you can have genuine health-giving mineral water in your home for only a few cents per gallon! 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AMES, March 1.--The first Community Gardens short course--a course to aid relief garden workers iti setting up and supervising emergency relief gardens--will be held at Iowa State college next Wednesday and Thursday, Prof. B. S. Pickett, head of the department of agriculture, announced today. The short course is being conducted with the co-operation of the Iowa Emergency Relief committee, Professor Pickett said. Ways of organizing, financing and supervising vegetable gardens for the unemployed will be discussed. Talks will be given by members of the college staff and off-campus speakers. The .latter are: J. C. Readey of the Ilinois Emergency Relief commission, Chicago; Ina B. Hyl'er of the Iowa Emergency Relief committee, Des Moines; W. S. Hayes, director of playground work and relief gardens, Cedar Rapids; Mrs. E. B. Lyon of Dubuque; Lola Schmidt of the Iowa Emergency Relief committee, Des Moines; May Anderson, home demonstration agent for Black Hawk county and John Ames, city manager, Ames. Buffalo Center House Is Damaged by Flames BUFFALO CENTER; March 1.-A fire of unknown origin started in the Short Liverca' house, northeast of town Monday morning. Help was quickly summoned but the fire had gained such a start that the house was badly damaged. CharlesCityNews 452 Are Lodged in New Quarters; $90 Saved CHARLES CITY, March 1.--Four hundred fifty-two transients have been housed in the city's transient quarters, under the rest room near the city hall since November. A total of $90.40 has been saved by the establishment of these quarters since 20 cents would have been paid for each night's lodging in the city jail. Are Seeking Nominations. CHARLES CITY, March 1.--Two more officers have announced their candidacy for re-election on the republican ticket. Roy J. Sours, present representative from Floyd county and Charles Snyder, coroner, are asking to be nominated in the June primaries. Six File Certificates. CHARLES CITY, March 1.--Six farmers filed warehouse certificates yesterday on 5,279 bushels of corn. The loans total $2,375.44 for the day and the entire total asked by 790 farmers is $316,293.90. Com loans remain at 1,200. CHARLES CITY BRIEFS CHARLES CITY. March 1.--The business houses closed this morning from 9 to 10 o'clock while funeral services were being held for Harry Fitzgerald, attorney here for 45 years. Burial was in the Catholic cemetery. R. D. Randolph was bound over to the grand jury by Justice John McGeeney on the charge of driving while intoxicated. Last year's Boy Scout' council members were reinstated in a meeting Tuesday evening at the Y. M. C. A. They are Dr. A. J,. Miller, chairman, H. J. Huber, vice chairman and Carl Nelson, commissioner. Carl Knouse of Mason City presented the plans to be carried out at Camp Roosevelt at Clear Lake.this summer. He also explained the revised rating plan. Dick Cummings, supervisor, returned yesterday from Feoria, 111., where he went on business.. Russell Merrill is confined to his home with a sore knee caused by running a rusty nail into it. Roger Little, son of Mrs. Lulu Little was taken to the toupital to have an operation on -his foot which became infected from a wound he received several weeks ago when hunting. The trigger of his gun caught in a wire fence while he was crawling under it and discharged the bullet in his left foot. Mrs. Grant Coon assisted by Mrs, John Webber will entertain the Central Star club tomorrow afternoon. . Play to Be Presented for Meltonville Club MELTONVILLE, March 1--Members of the Community club will put on a three act play entitled "Wild Ginger" at the regular monthly meeting of the club Wednesday evening, March 7. The following persons take part: Miss Clarice Gordon, Mrs. Lloyd Johnson, Mrs. Gus Lee, Mrs. Nels Gordon, Mrs. Arthur Salton, Willie Anderson, Alfred Hanson, Leland Thomas Clayton Thomas, Myron Hanson, and Carl Hanson. They are being coached by a committee of Mrs. Paul Dockum, Mrs. Leonard Anderson and Miss Nora Gordon. Special musical vaudeville numbers will be given between acts. Cat Bite Canseg poison. ROCKFORD--Lloyd Blum, who was bitten by a cat, has blood poison in his left hand. F R I D A Y S A T U R D A Y RRERNn ' M DRUG STORE frTEA :HENMADE Iff -*CREAM5l m Bayer Aspirin POUND '//iJlll I l . l t : . , . 100 5 GRAIN. r 50f , HlH$ f JBL4* I THEATRICAL SB* Italian Balm Hali ver 50 .CAPSULES run PINT Ovaltine H Kolynos 50$ SIZE TOOTHPASTE . JOAP MILK 1 I MAdNtskl UNIT RICHT TO QUANTITIES NO SALES DEALERS HOUBICANT [""putt Finifh" Fats Powder [LUXOR 49c 37c [ITALIAN BALM 28e I - 3!e ·'» '_ i. **wV BRILLIANTINE «c «l»t ... 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Stomich Itemed NURITO |F»r N*uritf» ;. _. · r J ROSTF-X ly PHU 73C tttf ,,_ 5EMINOLE * TISSUE 4 K 25: BULB , fYKINOE INFANT FOUNTAIN ·MINERAL OIL Pint 47 (WITCH HAZEL 1 full Pint EBECO 1 acth Pule 2s« tlxe - TM_TM_ · rHEATRICAL A ·td Crtam »1 »| Z » ,.-,.-_,._. ^ SEVENTEEN 7 "·jici Powder Si *l» to _ * CASTILE SOAP 07- · Poum e,r _ _____ bS C KOLYNOS DDfTAL CHUM _ LARGE WALDORF CHOIR TO START TOUR Concert at Kanawha Friday Night Will Open 14th Year's Travels. FOREST CITY, March 1.--The Waldorf college choir will begin :s fourteenth annual spring concert our Friday with a concert at Kanawha. The students will sing in !6wa, Wisconsin and Minnesota, giving their closing concert at St Olaf ollege on Monday, March 19. Prof. Odvin Hagen is director of the hoir, and Prof. Soren Lura is busi- ess manager. Mrs. Pauline Mundh- eld will accompany the choir as haperon. At Mason City THEATERS EXCELLENT ACTING FEATUES "ALL OF ME," Acting of a superior quality fea ures the Cecil attraction "All of Me" in which Fredric March', Miram Hopkins, George Raft and Heln Mack are starred. March and topkins, sophisticates, take a love eason from Raft and Mack, Tenth avenue toughs. Friday Is the last lay for this picture. * * * Clever, well chosen entertainmeiit s offered in the double bill which ilays through Friday at the Palace heater. "Orient Express"'is a good mystery portrayed by Heather Angel, Norman Foster and Ralph Moran with Herbert Mucdin supplying cockney comedy. Adolphe Menjou and Edward Everett Hor'.on lead the way in "Easy to Love," comical marriage tangle. * w * Rex Bell still packs the same much as he batters his way hrough scrape after scrape as a combination sailor-cowpuncher in Rainbow Ranch" Friday and Saturday at the Iowa theater. Cecelia 3 arker is the girl who must be saved. » * * MURDERS IN THE ;OO" ON STRAND BILL. Charlie Ruggles enacts one of his oest roles in "Murders in the Xo as the tipsy publicity mac foi a metropolitan zoo. Lionel Atwill gives a masterful portrayal of a murderous zoologist. Others in the :ast are Randolph Scott, Gail Patrick, Kathleen Burke and John Lodge. The second feature on the irogram is "Arizona Nights," hrilling western. * * * "Queen Christina," Garbo's latest »ehicle, bfgins a four day engage ment Saturday at the Cecil theater. Seventeenth century Sweden is brought before your eyes as accurately as possible in this picture. John Gilbert is the leading man, while Lewis Stone heads the supporting cast. Undoubtedly a fine ilcture. * * * iIUSICAL REVUE WITH ALL THE ANGLES With Joan Marsh and Frank Al- ertson in the leads and -Grace layes strutting her stuff a la Mae West, "Rainbow Over Broadway" comes to the Palace Saturday as one of the features on the double )ill which plays through Tuesday. All the usual angles developed in revues are developed in this one: The backstage scenes, lovesick orchestra leader, etc. "Massacre," an attempt to make restitution to the Indian for tie housands of his people killed in celluloid film, is indeed an achievement Richard Barthelmess, Ann Dvorak, Claire Dodd, Dudley Digges and Arthur Hohl give excellent jerformances in the leading roles Dick and Ann looking more like Indians than the tribesmen themselves. * * * Clandette Colbert plays the leading role In "Torch Singer" which is the Strand feature Sunday ant Monday. Alternately funny and sad the picture has several good shots in it. One of these shows Claudetb with a highball to one hand telling a bedtime story on a radio hookup * * * Bebe Daniels Is starred in a cast without a single familiar nami when "The Song You Gave Me" be gins a three day run Sunday at th Iowa. Several, scenes are devoted tc a marionette show. The picture fol lows musical comedy lines. Daughter Is Born. CRYSTAL LAKE--Mr. and Mrs Irving Smith are the parents of : 8% pound daughter. This makes family of two girls and one boy. Mr Smith is the local Standard Oil man ager. Mrs. Binek Seeks Post ROCKFORD, March 1.--Mrs. -P J. Binek announced her candidac for school director for a term o three years to succeed Mrs. L'.oy Merrick. The Bineks own and oper ate the Binek bakery here. A V E R T The Theater Beautiful GARNER, IOWA SUN., MON., aiarch 4-5 James Dunn-Claire Trevor In "HOLD THAT GIRL" The Romnnre of 4 Breezy, Wise- Cracking Girl--Wbo Langhed at Ixve! SBNDAT PRICES-Continuous from 2 P. M. Adults 25c Children lOc BARRYMORE FAMILY Sheffield Hig Cagers, Champions of County, Entertained HAMPTON, March 1.--Miss Mildred Pribbenow, basketball coach at Sheffield, was hostess to the girls' team from that placs at a 6 o'clock, dinner at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Pribbenow, here last night. The Sheffield girls placed first in the Franklin county high school tournament at Hansell last week. The Pribbenow home was decorated in the class colors of red and white and the evening was spent playing court whist. Mm. Meyer B1. LATIMER--Mrs. Henry Meyer of Latimer has been in poor health and confined to her horn* the past several months. Here's a new picture of the John Barrymore family, taken after their return from a fish- Ing cruise In the Gulf of Lower California. The actor is holding John Blyth, Jr., 19 months old, and Mrs. Barrymore, the former Dolores Costello, holds Dolores Ethel Mae, three years old. (Associated Press Photo). We do not care what happens V? he currency, so long as it remains urrent.--James 3. Montague in the few York Herald Tribune. DANCE Clear Lake Country Club Saturday, March 3 Wonderful rhythm by Boss Gordy and his Music, the Band of Bands. 9 pieces, each a feature artist. You'll have a Better Time at the Clubhouse. 40c Per Person IOWA Last Tune Thurs. Mat. 15c Eve. 30c Child. lOc JAMES CAGNET '"Hard to Handle" Mary Brian Claire Dodd E-ath Donnelly Comedy - Cartoon Snapshots Friday - Saturday CECIL NOW! THRU FRIDAY t» Kill and forgtt two desperate kids taught her unforgettable love! Starts SATURDAY More Beautiful, More Thrilling, More Ajiiiring Than Ever! Coming Soon-ANN HARDING in "GALLANT LADY" CONSTANCE BENNETT in "MOULIN ROUGE" NOW SHOWING THE NEW CODE FOE tOVEKS! "Easy to Love" -- with-ADOLPHE MENJOU GENEVDEVE TOBIN EDW EVERETT HORTON MARY ASTOR · GUY KIBBEE FATE TRAVELS WITH SEVEN STRANGERS OMEKTUPHESS HIATHM AHCIL · HOftMAH tOSTM MIPH M(«CAM . HiRBiHT MUHMH BIG DOUBLE ATTRACTION Showing Friday and Saturday Two bif turns showing: on to« same program »t no advance In prlwn! FIRST SHOWING "ARIZONA NIGHTS" Arlxona c o w * b o y 9 fllhtlDf off the bandits and dodging flaming guns! New thrills for nil Did too lion's paw cause the death? IKE Bandolph Scott Kathleen Burke ALSO SHOWING--CHAPTER H "PERILS OF PAULINE"

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