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August 27, 1935

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 2

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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, AUGUST 27 1935 50THYEAROF CHURCH NOTED 649 at Whittemore For St. Paul's Anniversary Observance. WHITTEMORE. Aug. 27.--St. Paul'* Lutheran congregation Sunday celebrated the fiftieth anniver- ·ary of the church. AH neighboring pariahes, pastors and all persons who belonged or belong now to i.he congregation were invited to attend The festival opened with regular church services in the morning and the Rev, Theodore Slephan of Boone delivered the sermon in German, followed by "Wie Lieblich 1st O Herr, D«r Ort," a song by the local choir. At noon a dinner was served to M9 in the achool hall. The- hall was beautifully decorated in gold and white crepe paper. The centerpiece of the main table was a cake 2'/j feet in height, the shape of a church with 50 yellow candles on it. Professor Martin Graebner of Concordia college, St. Paul, spoke in English in the afternoon and the Rev. C. Hesse of Eldora. second vice president of the Iowa district of Lutheran churches spoke In the evening. The topic of his sermon was mainly for the young persons. In the 50 years of , the church's existence, 1,852 were baptized, 612 confirmed, 204 couples married, and 179 are dead. At present there are 350 communicant members. 108 voting members and more than 500 baptized members. Letters of congratulation were received from the Rev. Lawrence, Faulstick, Los Angeles, Cal., E. J. Faulstick, Cleveland, Ohio; Mr. anci Mr». A. E. Will, Davenport; Teacher H. F. C. Mueller, Fort Dodge; St. Luke's congregation, Fairville; Teacher Werner Stems, Evansville, Many who · u f t e r from rectal t r o u b l e * would quickly seek relief U they bat Icnevr or were familiar with modern rectal office methods. Modern rectal office practice cut* the cost, doe* not cause confinement, to palntesa, efficient, and aatlafactory. Dr. R. W. Shultz, D. 0. Ind.; W. F. Fenske, Detroit, Mich., and congregations at Algona, Fenton, West Bend, Emmig, Luverne and Mallard. Jennings of Algona and Iowa Falls Farm Bureau Win at Fair DBS MO1NES, Aug. 27.--Virgil Jennings of Algona showed the reserve champion in the Clydesdale stallion class at the Iowa state fair. Among North Iowa winners was Iowa Falls, first in the Farm Bureau exhibit of vocational education students. HELD ON $5,000 BOND IN ROBBERY Grundy Center Man Charged With Holding Up Store at Clarion. CLARION, Aug. 27.--R. R. McClelland of Grundy Center appeared before Glenn C. Oldham, justice ol the peace here, faced with a charge of robbery with aggravation. He was placed under a $5.000 bond, and Is in the county jail here a w a i t i n g grand jury appearance in September. McClelland is believed by Wright county, authorities to be the armed, masked man who entered the Teenle Weenie suburban grocery store last week and escaped with 580 after forcing Lcnwood Lindstrom, clerk, to open the cash register. AAA REPORTS ON ITS FISCAL YEAR Gives Total Expenditures of 807 Millions, Funds of 960 Millions. WASHINGTON. AM-?. 27. .T-The AAA reported today that its expenditures totalled $807,686,.134.47 during the fiscal year ended last June 30. The administration also announced that funds available were $060,334,220.63, .leaving a balance of $152,466,086.16 which was carried over into the new fiscal year. Rental and benefit payments to farmers under contracts In five commodity adjustment programs were $563,438,812.77. Other expenditures were: Removal of surpluses anti conservation of surpluses, $12,591,001.49; d r o u g h t r e l i e f , food conservation and disease eradication, $148,520,819.96; trust fund operations, $13,704,070.23; administrative expenses, $38,583,642.13; tax refunds, 130,202,782.80, and disbursement expenses, $737.005. The AAA said f i u n t statistics were not available on processing tax collections for .Tune, J93IJ, hut that the total should he approximately $30,9.10,261." Rental antl boncfit payment.* included, corn-hogo, $302,407,647.62. Zlft-21»-2XO Pint Nation*] Building Bank Mrs. Ed Bolstad, 46, Lake Mills, Is'Dead; Rites to Be Thursday LAKE MILLS, Aug. 27.--Mrs. Ed Bolstad, 48, tiled Saturday at the Kingland hospital. She was taken there a week previous for an operation for ruptured appendix. Her condition was serious all the time. She is survived by her husband, two sons, Carroll and Ruasell, four daughters, Esther and Alylna, Ruth and Marylln, eijjht brothers, Albert, Tver, Burton, Roland, Sclmer, and Lewis, George and Edwin Johnson, one sister, Hannah Johnson of Lake Mills. Funeral services will be held at 2 o'clock at the Salem Lutheran church Thursday. The Rev. O. R. Slctten will officiate. Wickem, Sioux Falls, Named National Head of Young Democrats MILWAUKEE, Aug. 27. /!'·--En- ergetic young Frank Wlckhom of Sioux Falls, S. Dak., set out today to interest the youth of A m e r i c a in politics, to build young democratic clubs In "every county in the country" and to heln re-elect President Roosevelt. Elected president of the young democratic clubs of America toward the close of the national convention here Saturday night. Wickhem emphasized tliat H!though the young democrats have their own separate and distinct organization, he feels I hat they should work at all times in complete harmony with the senior democratic organization. Would Head Iowa Legion JAPAN DEMANDS NAVAL EQUALITY Wants Recognition Before Preliminary Conference in October. LONDON, Aug. 27. UPt-- A Japanese note delivered to J.he foreign office today insisted upon advance recognition of naval aquality with Great Britain and the United Stales as a condition to the holding of a preliminary naval conference here in October. The note, . delivered by Charge WKSJLKV O. HKNKK (J. M. BROWN W i t h I he Ktute (·nnvnntion of lh*i American Legion scheduled to open nl U'aU-rloo Sunday, (here are two avowed candidates In the field for department commander. One U Wesley G. Hcnke of Charles City, f o r m e r f o u r t h district commander and for the past'year department d i r e c t o r nf Americanism. The other In (J. M. (Smoke) Brown of W h i t i n g , preHi'iit n i n t h district commander. Mr. Hcnke In a lawyer, Mr. Brown :i rural mall carrier. Both carry the Indorsement* of their district con- viMitions. D'Affairea Fugii, made it clear Japan would not participate in the four-power meeting unless .Inpanese proposals for a common upper limit of global. tonnage as a. general limitation of fleets as a whole formed the basis of any new naval agreement. Unless this method of limitation were agreed upon oy the other powers, the note indicated, Japan saw no reason for holding the conference. At Mason City THEATERS 'By ·. 4. r. Charles City News W1H Have Teatment. ROCKWELL -- Mrs. Oscar.Vos- burgh of Owen township has been admitted to the Scholl hospital for treatment for blood poisoning. YOU'VE BEEN WAITING FOR A CHANCE LIKE THIS TO BUY FINE FURNITURE . . . Here It Is Daring Oar Great Store Wide OUR Lower Rent AND Lower Overhead MEANS Lower Prices TO YOU SAVINGS UP TO 40% Living Room Suites A very f i n e selection of 2 Piece Suites in most popular styles and colors. $QQ.50 Reduced as low as CfcF Dining Room Suites Fine quality suites of Table, Buffet and 6 chairs. Reduced as low as Bed Room Suites Compare the q u a l i t y of thes«! suites w i t h a n y on t h e m a r k e t . V o u'l 1 f i n d thorn x bol- ter Vllllll* Ht IPJW nicmf.V. KrtliK-od a s low as 50 39 CONVENIENT CREDIT TERMS--FREE DELIVERY TYLER-RYAN FURNITURE CO. 29 Second Street S. E. Phone 3910 Mrs. Patterson Rites Held at Charles City CHARUES CITY, Aug. 27.--Fu- cral services for'Mrs. Walter Paterson, 89, were to be held this af- ernoon at the Grossman funeral ome and the body taken to Merill, Wis., where burial will be made. /Ira. Patterson died Monday noon t her home, 603 Richlngs street. he Is survived by her husband and on, Jay of this city and a son, Er- vln of Waterloo. The body of Henry Zeimekolt vho tiled In Jamestown, N. Dak., is loins' brought to Charles City by tis son, Wesley, and funeral services vill he held Thursday afternoon in he Central Methodist church with he Rev. Wesley Belling: officiating. Burial will be In Riverside cemetery. Mr. Zennekolt who is survived by our children used to live in Charles City in a house near the Cedar Valley hospital. The body nr- Ivcd at the Hauser f u n e r a l home :oday. woi'k In the Abbot schools for the coming year. Mis. Palmer accompanied her for a short visit with friends. Helen Taylor and Marion Johnson attended the Stephens college dinner in Waterloo Saturday evening when President James Wood was the guest of honor. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Brooks of Milwaukee, Wis., are guests at the home of his sister, Mrs. George Blngcr. The Happy Hour club will be entertained Wednesday afternoon at Jhe home of Mrs. Harold Doore. The club will hold the annual picnic Sunday afternoon In the west end of Wildwood park. Mrs. O. E. Johnson and three children of Ord, Nebr.. are guests at the A. T. Hess home. The Charles City-Elma protested American Legion game will be replayed Sunday afternoon on Lion field. This game has been twice protested. Visitors From. Mason City. KENSETT---Mrs. J. F. Wilson and daughters, Blanore and Mrs. Chado and three children of Iowa City spent Sunday at the Arendts home.) They were formerly of Kcnsett. They came here from Clear Lake where they have been on a vacation for the past week. "LOVE ME FOREVER" IS REMARKABLE COMBINATION Grand opera, love drama and comedy may hot seem a plausible combination for film purposes but it works out beautifully in "Love Me Forever," showing now at the Cecil. The beat part of the opera feature, from the standpoint of the ordinary moviegoer, is that Grace Moore, ably assisted by Michael Bartlett and several choruses, sticks quite closely to old favorites, such as the quartet from Rigoletto and familiar selections from La Boherne. The high spot of the play, musically, is the scene from La Boheme, sung by Misa Moore and Mr.. Bartlett, just before the final curtain. Leo Carrillo and Robert Allen play the extremely different suitors for the hand of the songbird, and Luis Alberni, "I quit:" and Carrillo, "You're fired!" both ol the strong Latin accent, provide most of the comedy. The most dramatic moment of the play is when Carrillo, gambler and cafe owner who has sacrificed his fortune to give Miss Moore her chance *in opera, arrives at the Metropolitan to hear her debut and meets the two gamblers he knows Visitors From East. BUFFALO CENTER -- M r . and Mrs. Wier Frette and family are enjoying a visit from Mrs. Frette's sister, Mrs. Alfred Mlnde, of Union Springs, N. Y. Mrs. Mlnde came Sunday and Monday she and the Fettes drove to Mankato, Minn,, to visit another sister. partner in comedy, one Hugh Her' bert, go through their tricks te or* of their best picture* to data, "We're in the Money," in which they are cast as ) process servers for Mr. Herbert, an absent minded attorney who specializes in breach of promise suit* and puzzles. » * » "Accent on Youth," ending Tuea- day night at the Palace, present* the ever pleasing and capable Her* bert Marshall with Sylvia Sidney in one of the best films of the summer season, while "Old Man Rhythm," its companion feaure, is all good, clean, collegiate fun garnished with plenty of melody. Nothing horrifies- a politician like the discovery that the other side in playing politics.--Davenport Time*. Visitors From Michigan. LAKOTA--Mrs. E. R. Bink, Mrs. Ethel Stevenson and Mr. and Mrs. Don Stevens of Coldwater, Mich., arrived here Sunday evening for a few days' visit at the Wade Ball home. Signers Must Raise 25 Per Cent of Base CHARLES CITY, Aug. 27.--The county allotment committee has been been advised by the state corn- log committee that 1935 corn hog contract signers will be required to farrow at least 25 per cent of their base number of pigs or farrow at least 25 per cent of their base number of litters. If the pigs die from disease or other caviscs, the contract signer will be required to get a statement from a veterinarian or from the rendering works certifying that the hogs died. Letters are being mailed by the county allotment commute: to every contract signer in the county explaining this ruling. It means that a man with a base of 10 head of hogs must have farrowed at least 25 hogs. Algona Man Sentenced 5 Years for Car Theft ALGONA, Aug. 27.--Sheriff Carl Dahlhauser took Lyle Johnson, Algona, to Emmctsburg to appear before Judge Davidson Monday morning on a charge of larceny of a motor vehicle. Johnson pleaded guilty and was given five years at Fort Madison, but obtained a bench parole on good behavior. Arnold Saverside and Claud Keyscr, both from Estherville were also taken before Judge Davidson on a forget y charge. Saverslde furnished a $1,000 bond until the September" term of court. Keyser was given one year in the Kossuth county jail with the court reserving the right after the first f o u r months to determine tho rest of the sentence pending his behavior. Visitors From Detroit. BRISTOW -- Mr. and Mrs. 'Earl Pritcher of Detroit. Mich., came Sunday evening to visit Mrs. Pritcher's parents, Mr. and Mrs. K. D. Rose. They will visit Mr. Pritcher's parents at Clarksvillc. also. They have a two weeks' vacation. are waiting to "take him for a ride" for having welshed on a gambling debt. # * * THE LITTLE GOLDOIGGERS AND THE BIG BAD WEREWOLF Your two favorite golddiggers allow the wolf to get right into the Palace theater with them starting Wednesday, but when the two of them go to work, my sympathies are with the wolf, even if he is the "Werewolf of London" as portrayed by Henry Hull and captured by Warner Oland. The two little golddiggers--Joan Blondell as Miss Goldie Locks No. 1 and Glenda Farrcll as No. 2 of the species--aided and abetted by their Visitors From Chicago. VENTURA--Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Clapper entertained Mr. and Mrs. Albert Lcisburg of Chicago, cousins of Mr. Clapper, Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Clapper of Avalon. Wis., and Mrs. Minnie Nelson, a nurse at I. O. O. F. home, Mason City. Mitchell-Floyd C.T. A 1 . Picnic to Be at Osage CHARLRS CITY, Aug. 27.--The a n n u a l picnic of the Mitchell-Floyd Cow Testing association will be held nt Spring Park near Osagc Friday, Sept. 13 according to the tester, Walter Hanna. The picnic was originally scheduled last spring but was postponed on account of rain. There will be a judging contest in the forenoon starting at ID a. m., at the A. K. Peterson farm seven miles west of Osage on highway No. 9. The winner of the contest will represent the association at the Judging contest at the Waterloo Dairy Cattle congress. There will be a picnic luncheon at noon in the park. Floyd Arnold of the dairy extension department will talk briefly following lunch. The r e m a i n d e r of the afternoon will be spent playing games. Returns From Denmark. BURT, Aug. 27.--H. A. Thompson returned Sunday from a trip to Denmark. He also visited France and England. He made the trip with his uncle, Fred Thompson of Clear Lake. He returned on the North Pacific liner, Duchess of Bedford. This will be remembered a.f the year when congress was wired for electric power.--Davenport Times. Two Are Finrd. CHARLES CITY, Aug. 27.-Thomas Ammon.i, Canton,. S. Dak., paid a fine of $," in Justice John McCieency's court on the. charge of failing to notice « stop sign. The H. Nf. McCoy true-king company of Waterloo paid $12 of a $27 fine w'nich included costs on a truck overloading charge. The remainder of the fine was suspended. Both these complaints were filed by R. W. M. Reese, state highway patrolman. BREEZY POINT CHARLES CITY, IOWA Dancing Every Wednesday nnd Saturday WEDNESDAY, AUG. 28 Johnnie Sellers And His Harlem Bluebirds Admission: Ladies 35c, Men 40c Sat., AUK- 31, COURT HTJSSEY Adm. ladles 25c, Men 35c Charles City Briefs CHARLES CITY, April 27.-County Agent and Mrs. VV. H. Brown were called to Rosehlll by the death of Mr. Brown's father who died Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Rarl Kic.w are parents of a daughter born at their home near Colwell. Thp. committee in charge of the liridgc luncheon today at the Charles City Country club included Mrs. Elmer Lindaman. Vernon Moore nnd H. G. Bos. A son was born yesterday in the Cedar Valley hospital to Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Gabcl of Rockford. Mrs. Harvey Meinzer had a major operation In the Cedar Valley hospital yesterday. Girl Scout troops number one and two will hold their annual court of awards at the Council Stone at Squirrel Inn Friday evening. Captains Barbara Mills and Alice Sheldon and assistant, Mrs. Russell Nies will present proficiency badges. Miss Kate Palmer has returned to Elgin, III., to resum« her library DANCE Avolon Ballroom Manly, Iowa TUESDAY, AUGUST 27 AL MENKE AND HIS ORCHESTRA Ladies 25c Gents 50c OLD-TIME DANCE THURSDAY, AUGUST 29 Admission 25c Dunce Every Ts'ite Until l-abor Day S AT THE _ U R F Iowa's Kinesf Ball Room JACK HAMPTON and the II Detroiters Tues. f Thurs. 25c STRAND Now Showing; KARLOFF I In "THE BRIDE OF FRANKENSTEIN" --and-Chester Morris Jean Parker "Princess O'Hara" THIS IS GREATER MOVIES SEASON A PARADE OF BIG HITS ECI Now Showing Grace Moore in her new picture! With new glory «he brings you a bigger triumph! GRACE MOORE "LOVE ME FOREVER" with LEQ CARRILLO EXTKA! EXTRA! News scenes of funeral serviced for Wiley Post and Will Rogers Also LAUREL HARDY COMEDY The Geater SHOW SEASON Starts AUGUST 31 Bigger a n d BetUr S t a g e Shows! New Season's Screen Attractions! ... The Biggest Show Entelainment In Years! COMING SAT. and SUN. --On the Stage-A Girl Show-A Gown Show--· A Revue of Loveliness! "Revue de Paree of 1936" 6 BIG ACTS--Featuring /· THE SILVER VENUS O "La Danseuse Nude" KASSELSIN *»- NEW MOVIE SEASON WITH A BOUNTIFUL HARVEST of BIG PICTURES! IS HERE Coming Saturday: Clark Gable * Jean Harlow * Wallace Beery in "CHINA SEAS" SOON! Pat O'Brien James Cagney in 'THE IRISH IN US" Joe E. Brown and a Big Cast in "BRIGHT LIGHTS" GO TO THE MOVIES!! Starting Wednesday: ^ GREAT SHOWS WED., AUG. 28 T.nllfs 41 r. Gents SL-23 Mnson City.Trsirtrs Ivibo r Assembly Dunce. Ijvbor Day Ij»st Tinws Tuesday". H u r r y ! in his lust screen rol«-: Wednesday Thursday 2 Days Only S t a r t i n g Tomorrow: JOKI. MK'REA - \VM. G A f l G A N in "The Sport Parade" with Mnriim .Marsh, SUeets Galljxghrr. \ V n l l o r Ciitlett Ouldo'j 120 w* «« ·-u Ht*»L!L CAN YOU TAKE IT? Here is the supreme shocker of all time! _ Try This on Your Nerves, if You Can! 'Man- Mountain' Dean Is in it, tool " WEREWOLF OF LONDON" with HENRY HULL WARNER OLAND VALERIE HOBSON Starts Wednesday Knds TiH-jMlay: "OLD MAN RHYTHM" "ACCKNT ON VOIITH"

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