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Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, March 8, 1934
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SIX MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE MARCH 8 1934 At Mason City THEATERS ANN HABDING IS TRUE "GALLANT LADY" Ann Harding, more beautiful than ever, is truly a gallant lady in her leading role in the picture of that name which completes its run Friday at the Cecil. The entire film carries a convincing air which few productions are able to accomplish. One never has to apologize for the acting of CHve Brook, Otto Kruger, Tullio Canninati or Dickie Moore. * * * It Is amusing to newspaper people to view a motion picture endeavoring to depict phases of newspaper work in progress. Invariably the reporter is shown, notebook in hand, hat on aslouch and otherwise giving evidence of being a nonchalant tough guy. All down the line from the editor-in-chief to copy-chasers and composing room devils, the characterizing is of .the same type. In "Hi Nellie," an effort has been made to correct this quite erroneous impression arid show newspapermen and their work in. its true light. Paul Muni and Glenda Farrell enact leading roles. 'As a whole the picture is interestng and entertaining, based on a good story. May Robson gives an excellent performance in "You Can't Buy Everything,'-' which plays through Friday at the Palace on the same bill with "Hi Nellie." She is cast as a miserly financial genius whose sole ambitions are for her son's wealth and the poor health of a suitor who gave her the air when they both were-considerably younger. t t * CLEVER MYSTERY ON IOWA WEEK-END BILL - "The Ninth Guest," clever mystery involving eight guests at a penthouse party who are at the mercy of an invisible voice. Donald Cook and Genevieve Tobin head the cast, i* s * K one likes outdoor pictures featuring a man who looks the part of a hero, try "The Lone Star Ranger," story of the Texas border country written by Zane Grey. George O'Brien is the hero in the film, playing opposite Sue Carol. At the Strand Friday and Saturday. * C * Constance JJennttt, aljly supported by Fanchot Tone, Tullio Carmln- ati, Russ Columbo and the Boswell sisters, is starred in "Moulin Rouge," musical comedy production which begins a three day engagement Saturday at the Cecil. * * e "EVER SINCE EVE" PLUS FINE COMEDY. "Ever Since Eve," rather clever story of rich miners coming to view the bright lights and getting their fingers singed, has George O'Brien, Mary Brian and Herbert Mundin in the leading roles. On the same bill is a film that promises to be a comedy riot if the cast can be taken as any ndication: "The Meanest Gal in Town," with Zasu Pitts, Pert Kelon, El Brendel, Skeets Gallagher and James Gleason. These pictures compose the double bill which starts four day run Saturday at the Palace. Vill Rflgers, one of America's few, typically American institutions, plays a return engagement as "Mr. 3kitch" Sunday, Monday and Tuesday at the Strand. A worthwhile licture. CHESlERlNS HOWARD DECLAM Takes Two Firsts; Cresco Speaker Also Captures High Ranking. ELMA, March 8.--Chester won .he. Howard county declamatory rophy last night at a contest held at Chester by winning two firsts and a third. Results were: Oratorical. Veruon Walthoff of Chester, first; Earl Thomas of Cresco, second, and R. Kenneth Jones of Lima Springs, third; dramatic, Fred Wodrich of Cresco, first; Martin Schacht of Lime Springs, second, and Lauretta Ness of Chester, third; humorous, Jean Spaulding of Chester, iirst; Jane Burgess of Cresco, second, and Nellie Hunter of Lime Springs, third. Schools competing were Lime Springs, Chester, Cresco and Elma. G. H. Tracy of Spring Valley, Minn., was judge. Goes to State Meeting. CLARION, March S.--One hundred and fifty Wright county beef cattle producers met Tuesday afternoon in the courthouse to elect a delegate to represent them at the state beef producers meeting in Des Moines Wednesday. Preston Tyrell of Belmond was selected; he was accompanied to the state meeting by R. W. Adamson, county agent. Last Time Thurs. James Dunn 'Boots Mallory El Brendel I""TM' ENDS THURSDAY I Gary Cooper SHOWING FRIDAY SATURDAY "THE DOUBLE BARRELLED ACTION THRILLS? In the roarlnp border towns or "5 Texas -where roan was his own ** law. LONE STAR RANGER" with GEORGE O'BRIEN SUE CAROL -- Added Subjects -Moran and Mock Comedy Cartoon -- Xews Last Chap. -- Serial COMING SUNDAY - MONDAY - TUESDAY WILL ROGERS ZASU PITTS in GETS FREEDOM Thelms Todd, blond movie comedienne, is ·shown in court in Los Angeles as she was granted a divorce from Pascuale J. De Cicco, theatrical agent. She charged cruelty and incompatibility. (Associated Press Photo). CONFERENCES OF LEGION PLANNED 4th District Tentatively Set for April 25 at Charles City. The fourth district spring coafer- nce of the American Legion has sen tentatively set for April 23 t Charles City. This will be a joint tffair. A series of conferences with j« held, according to an announcement by R. J. Laird, Iowa department commander. The third district meeting will be a joint affair April 26 at Cedar Falls. The eighth district meeting vill be at Fort Dodge May 15 and will be in the nature of a joint af- air. Other conferences scheduled are: Second district. Cedar Rapids, April 24; first, Fairfield, tentative, May 8; fifth, Chariton, May 9; sixth, Ames, May 10: ninth, Ida Grove, May 16, and seventh, Atlantic, May 17. Charles CityNews FRIDAY AND SATURDAY STARTS SATURDAY CONSTANCE BENNETT Comedy, Cartoon, News LAST CHAPTER Gordon of Ghost City" MAJOR FEATURES FRANCHOT T O N E \ou Can't Buy Everything"' TULUO CARMINATI and RUSS COLUMBO BOSWELL SISTERS Music. Beautiful Girls, Romance Magnificent! These BIG SHOWS! "ESKIMO" WIFE TRAPEBS Tear the Town in Two! The Words Are "HI NELLIE" WILL ROGERS "DAVID HARUM" JKAV FJIANCIS In MANDALAY" GEORGE WHITE'S SCANDALS Lionel BABBVMOBE "This Side of Heaven" Floyd County Tax Sale Is Postponed to May CHARLES CITY, March 8.-County Treasurer Charles E. Laun announced that the delinquent tax sale for Floyd county would not be held until the first Monday in May instead of April 2, because the April date comes so -close to the last minute rush in March in the payment of taxes which would nol allow time to handle the delinquent sale properly. This, will give, Mr. Laun explains, another month for :he payment of delinquent taxes ithout the advertising cost being dded. Other counties in this section : the state, he says, are postpon- ig their sale dates. fouth, Shot in Accident, Is Reported Recovering CHARLES CITY, March 8.-- .oger Little, Charles City high chool youth, who several weeks go shot himself in the left foot ·bile out hunting with other com- anions, is able to get out with the id of crutches. More than tw ·eks ago he put on his shoe anc ,/alked around quite a bit during he day and the following day in- eotion set in, requiring an opera* ion on'the foot. . Were In Train Crash. CHARLES CITY, March 8.-Roy Hillier, well known Charle City farmer, was aboard the pas senger train which crashed into £ freight train near Dubuque earlj Tuesday morning. One other pas enger on the train, Leo Lankie o Savannah, Dl., former manager o he local gas company, was enroute o this city to look after business nterests. Both were unhurt. Mrs. Fluhart Funeral Is Held at Irvington mVINGTON, March 8.--A short 'uneral service was held for Mrs. Fannie Fluhart, 56. Shellsburg, with :he Rev. Mr. English of Algona in charge. Mrs. Fluhart died at Cedar Rapids March 3 from gangrene which set in after an operation for acute appendicitis. She was a former Irvington resident. State Senator Hicklin to Run for Congress From First District DES MOINES. March 8. State Senator E.. R. Hicklin of Wapello has announced his candidacy for the republican nomination for congress from the first district. He is now serving his second term in the senate. Hicklin is a native of Wapello. He graduated from the University of Iowa law school and has served two terms as county attorney of Louisa | county and also was a. member of | the Wapello city council. f "Little Women" Will Be Given at Goldfield GOLDFIELD, March. 8-- -The play, 'Little Women," will be presented at the Memorial hall Tuesday evening under the auspices of the Dorcas society of the Methodist church with Mrs. W. S. Handy, the director. The cast is Alfred C. Hansen, Mra. A. W. Moseley, Miss Margaret Whyte, Miss Manila Conley, Miss Inez Mead, Miss Ruth F.oster, Miss Jessie Hartsock, W. S. Darling, Clarence Cuthbert, Robert Warner, Everett McCutcheon, Hannah Mullett and Mra. W. H. Mantle. WILL FORM BEEF CATTLE GROUP State Committee Planned in Event of Approval by Congress. ' Cartford Gives Address. FOREST CITY, I March. 8.--The Rev. R. C. Cartford, missionary to Madagascar, addressed the Waldorf college students at chapel on Tuesday morning. Mr. Cartford and his family will return to Madagascar this month, following a year's furlough. DES MOINES, March 8. Plans for the organization of a state beef cattle committee to function in the event of congressional approval in adding the industry to the list of basis agricultural commodities was under consideration today. 'Yesterday ' delegates from 95 counties voted for the inclusion in a session which combed various angles in the cattle industry and its proposed production control program. On only one major subject was there sufficient divided opinion to warrant a roll call -- and delegates finally voted to approve reimbursement of feeders for losses sustained in connection with the government loan of 45 cents a bushel on corn. A proposal for a processing tax on beef cattle stirred up debate and no action was taken. Each of the suggestions approved is contingent upon congressional action on the Jones-Connally bill bearing the sanction of Secretary Wallace to appropriate $200,000,000 for the cattle industry. NASHUA, March 8.--M. V. Perry h .as a razor which belonged to his wife's father, the late L. M. Loper of Charles City, which is 99 years old, and which he uses every day. The razor looks about the same as those of today. It was given to Mr. Loper )y the captain on a steamboat at vr Orleans. Fined on Liquor Charge. OSAGE--August Beyer was sentenced to 30 days Tuesday for illegal transportation of intoxicating liquor. 99 YEAR OLD RAZOR STILL BEING USED Mr. and Mrs. Leach of Carpenter Are Honored CARPENTER, March S.--A farewell party was given Tuesday evening at the high school auditorium in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Leach and children, who are leaving for Osceola, their future home. A short program was given by the lower grades in school. The high school glee club gave an operetta. Selections by the male quartet; instrumental music by the orchestra, and comunity singing were also heard. The Leach family has resided here the past 15 years and Mr. Leach has been cashier in the bank here. DIES ON SAME DAY AS MOTHER Second Death in Northwood Farm Family Occurs at Albert Lea. NORTHWOOD. March 8.--George 0. Ryerson, 43, died last night at a hospital in Albert Lea. His mother, Mrs. O. ,8. Ryerson, 70, died early Wecnesday morning 1 . Mr. Ryerson died after a major operation about a week ago. Mrs. Ryerson succubmed at her home In Silver Lake township, where the family was well known, from heart disease. Surviving members of the family are Roy, in Hartland township, and Alma, at home, brother and sister of Mr. Ryerson. Funeral services have not been announced. Pilot Unhurt When Plane Hits Fence'on Takeoff ROCKWELL, March 8.--The undercarriage and wings of an airplane were damaged but John Cahill. the pilot, was uninjured as the ship crashed as he attempted to take off. A soft field slowed up the run and the plane, owned by a group of Rockwell and Cartersville men, failed to clear a fence. DANCE Clear Lake Country Club Saturday and Sunday March 10, 11 Dale Larson, the "Prince o£ Personality," and his orchestra, 12 artists. Played here first week in February and everybody liked 'em. You'll have a Better Time at the clubhouse. 40c Per Person CHARLES CITY BRIEFS CHARLES CITY, March 8.-- · The night school at the high school building under the joint auspices_ of he emergency relief in education and the Charles City public schools will continue during March, according to an announcement made here Wednesday. H. J. Halvorson and son, Eugene, eft Wednesday for Peoria, Dl., after spending a few days with the Dormer's son-in-law and daughter, ilr and Mrs Horace Olds, following the death of Mrs. Halvorson who was killed by a car last week in Peoria. Mrs. Olds accompanied them home for a brief visit. Mrs. John Newton, who has been a patient at the Cedar Valley hospital for the past two weeks, has recovered sufficiently from an attack of heart disease and nervous disorder to be removed to the George Newton home north of Charles City. Mrs. Hugo Brown has been admitted to the Cedar Valley hospital here for observation. 162 Attend Odd Fellow . Gathering at Belmond j BELMOND. March 8.-- The local I O. O. F. lodge was host to representatives -from 13 lodges here- in the I O. O. F. hall Tuesday night. The Sheffield lodge degree staff gave the third degree to 11 candidates. Lunch was s.erved to 162 at the close of thj evening. The 13 towns' represented were: Corwith, Kanawha, Clarion, Eagle Grove, Sheffield, Mason City, Thornton, Garner,' Britt, Wesley, Hampton, Indianola and Belmond. Girl, Hit by Car, Stifl Is in Critical Condition LAKE MILLS, March 8.-- The condition of Sophie Shelv.'ick who was resiously injured Sunday -when hti by a car, although still critical. is somewhat improved, according to a statement from the local hospital. She was taken to Mason City Tuesday where X-rays showed no operation was necessary. She returned to the local hospital the same day. Holbrook Gives Address. CLARION, March S.-- The Business and Professional Women's club was host to the other women's clubs in Clarion, at which time Royal Holbrook, of the extension service at Io\va State college at Ames, spoke to the group on "Iowa." s^. %?s 8»«V. -V From the Diamond Horse-Shoe of the Metropolitan Opera House Saturday -it 1:30 P. M., Knslr.rn Standard Time, ovrr Red and llliip Networks of M'.C, Lucky Strike will broadcast tlic Metropolitan Opera Company of New York In the complete Operas "I'asllacci'' and "Salome.' GOOD TASTE IS EVERYTHING ' In cigarettes, too! So in making Lucky center leaves--they are the mildest, the Strikecigarettes weusethefinest Turkish smoothest. And every Lucky is so round, and Domestic tobaccos--and only the so firm, so fully packed--no loose ends. Always the Finest Tobacco NOT the top leaves--they 1 re vndcr* i ?J ri£?"Wa developed-- they are harsh! ^'-"" X"^ . -..":· "./-^^iw *| , ' ^ ' ' 1 Tlie Cream of the Crop and only the Center Leaves' v^^^er »n«-.-««,.. smoothes, T^,-^-^ ^. ^Y ^P NOT the bottom leaves---they're inferior in qucltty--course and always ssndyl

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