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Mason City, Iowa
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Monday, February 16, 1931
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10 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE FEBRUARY 16 1931 1 4 Lake Mills Man Is Named Emmons Creamery Manager ' LAKE taLLS, Feb. 16.--By action of the board of directors of the StateUno Farmers' co-operative company.of Emmons, Minn., John Thompson, son o£ Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Thompson of Lake Mills, was chosen as manager for the coming- year. There were a number of applicants for the position and the decision was based upon competitive bids. Fred Knutson, who has filled ,the position of manager during the past year, will continue to March 5 Ingrown Nail Turns Right Out! Pain Stops Instantly! "Outgro" is a harmless antiseptic manufactured for chiropodists. However, anyone can buy from the drug store a tiny bottle containing directions. A few drops of "Outgro" in the crevice of the ingrowing nail reduces inflammation and pain and so toughens the tender, sensitive skin underneath the -toe nail, that it cannot penettate the flesh, and the nail turns naturally outward almost over night. INSTITUTE PLANS IN BREWER MADE Several Prominent Expert on Farm Subjects to Talk at Waverly. WAVERLY, Feb. 16.--Mrs. Ellsworth Richardson, chairman of the women's work committee of the Iowa Farm Bureau federation; Ear Elijah, president of the Iowa Livestock marketing association; Prof P. G. Holden, once head of the Iowa state college extension division nnc now with the International Harvester company, and H. J. -Schwietert, development agent of the Illinois Central railroad, will be speakers at the Bremer county institute to be held in Waverly Wednesday. Professor Holden will also serve as judge for the county corn show. Mr. Holden will talk on "Building Communities" in an evening meeting in the high school auditorium with Mrs. Richardson also scheduled to talk. The plan of holding institutes in all parts of the county has been abandoned this year, with the Farm Bureau organization concentrating its efforts on the institute at Waverly. Hermanson Elected Scarville Creamery Association Head SCARVILLE, Feb. 16.--At the annual meeting of the Scarville Creamery association the following were elected: President, J. E. Hermanson; vice president, Melvin 'j. Larson; secretary, Thomas Westland; treasurer, A. Melvin Larson; directors, S. O. Solomonson, Nels Sande, lewis Hansen, John G: Johnson and Carl Peterson. Next Saturday the directors will meet to hire a buttermaker. SHE'S ^RIDE NOW Snapped aboard a train en-route to Washington from New York, Mrs. George Palmer Putnam, the former Amelia Ear- hnrt, first of her sex to fly the Atlantic, announces she'll retain her maiden^name for business purposes. She is vice president of an airways company. Stops Sea Cough "During a storm I caught a particularly nasty cough. I croaked like a fog horn. When I pulled in that night I took some Smith Brothers Syrup. Almost immediately the cough left m e -- I feit better. Smith'Brothers steered me out of a bad cold in a few hours. "C.Weller, Pilot, N.Y. Enas Coughs FAST/ SMITH BROTHERS COUCH SYRUP RITES HELD FOB JOHN H, SOULE Man Who Died in Arkansas Buried in Cemetery at Hampton. HAMPTON, Feb. 16.--Funeral services''for John H. Soule, 65, of Sheyenne, N. Dak., were held nt the Fox Funeral parlors Friday afternoon and were conducted by the Rev. J. Arthur Young. Mr. Soule died at Hot Springs, Ark., where he had been for six weeks taking treatment for rheumatism. He was formerly a resident of Franklin county and lived on a farm west of Chapin for a long time. His wife was formerly 'Miss Tena Bowden. Besides his widow Mr. Soule is survived by one son, Fred Soule, Sheyenne, and one sister, Mrs. Fred Maynard, Marshalltown. Burial ' was made in the Hampton cemetery. AIR CRASH KILLS RADIO ENGINEER D o n a l d Stevens Drowni When Plane Plunges Into River. WASHINGTON, Feb. 16. (JP)--A little test spin in a new flying boat over the Potomac river yesterday cost the life of Donald Stevens, 26, radio engineer of the department of commerce and reserve officer in the naval aviation corps. A friend who was taking the plane south asked him to give it a try. Stevens' wife sat in her car on the river bank while he took it up for 10 minutes of maneuvering. Th engineer started to land and at about 200 feet the machine went into a slow spin and slashed into the river. Strapped in, Stevens was drowned. He was practically uninjured in the crash but was believed to have been stunned and unable to* loosen the safety belt. Stevens was attached to the aeronautics division of the commerce department. Most of his work was in testing all over the country, radio beacons and communications systems being established on the airways. Donald Stevens, formerly of Monticello, Minn., and a graduate of the college of electrical engineering, "University of Minnesota, was a cousin of Ralph B. Stevens, telegraph editor of the Globe-Gazette. Scout Anniversaiy Observance Ends at Garner With Program GARNER, Feb. 16.--Anniversary week of the Boy Scouts closes tonight with a public program in the high school gymnasium. The Girl Scouts and the Campfire girls will bave part on the program. The Campfire girls will put on an initiatory service of the order. A new patrol of Boy Scouts will be initiated by the caudle investiture ceremony. The all week exhibit in the display window of the Central States Electric has brot much commendation. The main part of the exhibit was the large knot board, covered with 40 different kinds of knots and splicing in which more than 100 feet of rope was used. . One thing we'll always be curious about is what women would have; done with bald heads if they instead or the men had been the ones afflicted with, 'em.--Cincinnati Enquirer. I THE PROOF of the PUDDING Is In the ADVERTISING SECTION WHEN A WOMAN is called "gifted" at cooking-, you'll probably find that she owes a good deal to her reading of advertisements. For it's through the advertisements that the clever housewife discovers the tested -- and trusted -- food products which assure the success of her dishes. And it's through the advertisements that she discovers the many convenient and dependable appliances which make her kitchen tasks so much more simple. , She has found that advertised products will never disappoint her. She can always count upon them for unvarying quality, no matter when or where she buys them. In fact, the wise hostess is always willing to stake her reputation on the trade-marke'd advertised product. For a responsible manufacturer has staked his name upon that product first! Read the advertisements. They are full of vital, dependable buying news. Horton Services Are Held at Eagle Grove EAGLE GROVE, Feb. 16.--Funeral services for William Horton, 0, were held at the Congregational church Saturday afternoon, the Rev. Albert S. Kilbourn, officiating. Burial wns made in .Rose Hill cemetery, Eagle Grove. Mr. Horton's early life was spent in Plainfield, 111., and he was married in 1884 to Miss Susie Thompson of Morris, 111. He is survived by the widow, one daughter, Mrs. Nellie Manning of Holmes and a sister in Plainfield, 111. Host to Wrestling Team. CRESCO, Feb. 10.--Hub Edmundson, local merchant, was host Friday evening at an oyster supper which he gave to the Cresco wrestling members, their dads, coaches and men of the high school faculty. This was following the final wrestling meet of the season. BOWS GALORE Deems Taylor, whose opera, "Peter Ibbetson," has been produced at the Metropolitan opera house, New York, and attained a tremendous success. The composer had to answer 30 cm-tain calls after the finale. Mr. Taylor Is shown at his Connecticut home with his wife. At Mason City's THEATERS A/ always f has been and no doubt will always be the most d e p e n d a b l e treatment for COLDS. A s k f o r Laxative Tablets Stomach Troubles Headache and Dizziness If your stomach is sick, you arc sick all over. If you can't digest your food, you lose strength, get nervous and feel as tired when you get up as when you went to bed. For 10 years Tanlac has restored to health and activity mnny thousands who .suffered just as you Ho. Mr. Daniel Vinciguerra, of 6200 Stiles St., Philadelphia, Pa., says: "I have not had a dizzy speli or a headache since taking Tanlac. My appetite has increased, my nerves are in better shape and I can enjoy a good night's sleep." -Let Tanlac do for you wnat It did for this sufferer. It corrects the tnost obstinate digestive troubles- relieves gas, pains in the stomach and bowels. It restores appetite, vigor and sound sleep. Tanlac is made of roots, barka and herbs. The cost is less than 2 cents a dose. Get a bottle from your druggist today. Your money back if. it doesn't help you. Henry McCarty, who collaborated with Humphrey Pearson on the scenario and dialog of "Going Wild," which continues thru Tuesday at the Palace theater, is known aa one of the cleverest comedy constructors in Hollywood. He has handled practically every end of malting comedies on the screen-which, after all, is the business of making fifty million people laugh nt a picture. Pearson wrote th.e original story of "Going Wild," and then he and McCarty wrote the dialog and scenario. Many of the funniest "gags" of this picture, which is admittedly Joe B. Brown's funniest starring production, were furnished by McCarty. "Going Wild" is an aviation comedy with a Florida locale. It was directed by William A. Seiter, who has been responsible for more successes in the past two years than any other director of talking pictures. In this First National and. yitaphone cast-are included Frank McHugh, Ona Munson," Walter Pidgeon, Lawrence Gray and Laura Lee. --o-The dramatic vehicle of love and redemption with a sensational prison background, "The Criminal Code," will continue thru Tuesday at the Cecil. The tale is of love, of the police courts, and of the heartbreaking legal cruelty that exists in prison. It is realistic--realistic to the extent that it shocks and startles and the stirring love scenes were poignant enough to rouse the motions of blase Broadway. Unfolded for the major part in a state's prisons, the story depicts a beautiful romance between a youthful convict and the warden's daughter. Bob Grr.ham, the convict, was given ten years for a killing- which was more or less justified. After six years of prison's brutalizing influence he is on the verge of a complete collapse. Love for Warden Brady's daughter transforms him. And then he has to decide whether he will sacrifice his chance for happiness and follow the "criminal code" of the prison. Woven in with the love scenes are sensational views of prison riots and an attempted prison "break." Walter Huston, as the prison warden, gives a dynamic and convincing performance. Constance Cummin^s, as the warden's daughter, ia vividly appealing. Phillips Holmes scores as the youthCul convict. --o-Kentucky can sit back and IIR proud of itself for a long time after giving Una Merkel to the screen Roland West, producer-director for United Artists says she is the kind of girl that the word sweetheart stands for, and that is why she has been so quickly loved on the stage and in pictures. Two other grent compliments have been paid her. John Golden, the New York producer, called her the most even-tempered and the most capable young actress on the stage. David Wark Griffith said "She is the greatest natural actress now engaged in pictures." He said this when he was commenting on her characterization of Aim Rutledge in the drama "Abraham, Lincoln." Miss Merkel's latest role is in Roland West's; pro auction, "The Bat Whispers," fea turing Cheater Morris, which will continue thru Tuesday at the Strand. She provides the love inter eat in the thrilling comedy drama. --o-"Lawful Larceny," atnrring Belie Daniels, opens at the Iowa theater Tuesday. According to advance notices, the picture is an intriguing as the title, presenting Miss Daniels In a naw role--that of a wife, whose husband tumbles from the "straight and narrow" path. Kenneth Thorn son, stage favorite, plays opposit Miss Daniels as the husband. Low ell Sherman, debonair Lothario o "He Knew Women," enacts a fea tured part. "Lawful Larceny" wa: adapted to the screen from a atagc play by Samuel Shlpman. The cas includes Olive Tell, Purnell Pratt Lou Payne, Bert Roach, Mulde Tnr ner Gordon, Hclene Millard : Charles Coleman. ROUGH STUFF IS FROWNED UPON (Continued From rase 1). ·emarkable thruout this entire crisis. The way not to provoke dis- irder is not to begin it. "As for the sprinkling of 'reds' vho may be present in an unem- rtoyment crowd, actually hoping or hostilities, the first thot of the 'olice ought to be to avoid giving hem, if possible, what they are ooking for." * * * "THAT here and there in every 1 such assemblage a belligerent ndividual is to be found who wants nothing so earnestly as to take a vallop at somebody, no one knows tetter than I do, because I always vas one of them. "Temperamentally I'm militantly vith the workers in every labor dispute. "As long ago as when I was a boy, I recall a Detroit streetcar strike (it was in the old horse-car ira) during which, despite the tieup, one big, husky, chap among · the bosses persisted in driving a car regularly, every trip, right thru -everything -- and I can remember yet low I longed to see that fellow leaten up." The senator's face hardened rem- niscently. 500 PRESENT AT FARM INSTITUTE Hancock Grain Exhibits Are Shown; Students Win Judging Contest. GARNER, Feb. 1G.--The Hancock county Farmers' institute held Thursday and Friday was attended y more than 500 men. Corn and ;rain exhibits were shown. High school boys won the judging contest for corn. Loren Abele won first rize, Donald Ford, second, and Aled Goll, third. Speakers on the program were R. H. Porter, Dewey Termohlen, J. C. Galloway and R. K. Bliss. Mrs. N. May Larson ex- lairied home project organizations o farm women at the Zeiger recital hall Friday afternoon. omic views suited him. Then I took a seat on the platform-to listen. "It was a violent speech, all right, but Bill kept inside legal limits; so I simply sat there." * * % "I'VE BEEN called a radical ever 1 since, on account of my attitude," said the senator, "but the fact remains that what others may hap- pen to think, is none of a police department's business. "Some folk appear to forget that there is no law against radical ideas. "They talk of deporting radicals! "Why, peaceful advocacy even of a. change in our form of government is no crime. "George Washington advocated it --and not so peacefully." Mason City's Finest Theater NOW! THRU TUESDAY Mighty Entertainment _ THE CRIMINAL CODE Poigant Drama in a Picture of Stark Realism-- Bringing You the Ultimate in "Swell" Entertainment! WALTER HUSTON PHILLIPS HOLMES ," he added, "as police commissioner of Detroit I did business with as formidable character as 'Big Bill' Heywood, and no blood spilled. 'Bill had come lo town to make a speech. "Plenty of prominent citizens wanted rne to prevent it, but I didn't ee how I could, so long he he urged no overt act of violence. "I was on hand -at the meeting with 20 policemen. I warned Bill .hat he mustn't preach sabotage, )Ut otherwise he was free to ex- jress whatever political and econ- Piles Treated Without Surgery Write For FREE Book A. new instructive book, "Piles Treated Without Surgery," fully il- ustrated, printed in colors anci opyrighted, has been published by Dr. McCleary, the noted Rectal Specialist, E-50' Elms Boulevard, :xcelsior Springs, Mo. In it Doctor cCleary tells how sufferets from Piles can be successfully treated vithout surgery, without the use of liloroform and ether, if treatment s taken in time. The McCleary reatment has been successfully ised for over 28 years, dver 20,000 ases of rectal trouble have been reated by Dr. McCleary and his as- ociates. If you suffer with Piles or octal troubles, write Dr. McCleark oday for a Free copy of this book and their large reference list of for- ncr patients. All literature sent in olain wrapper free and postpaid.-- Another Corking Good Double Feature Program AT REGULAR PRICES . . . 25c, 35c, lOc TUESDAYfiffHRU FRIDAY BETTER COME EARLY FIRST RUN PICTURE of "Says You:" fame, in "Don't Bet On Women" With Jeanette MacDonald Una Merkel Roland Young AND WOW! WHAT A REQUEST PICTURE Winnie Lightner - Joe Brown Champion Laugh Makers, in "Hold Everything" FUNNIEST COMEDY EVER SCREENED! .Continuous Show, 1 to 11 P. M. Phone 759 for information regarding time of features. Coming "DAWN TRAIL" Tho Western Shou' of Shows! The Best Show in Town Last Times Today Double Feature 1'rogram "Common Clay" TIME SCHEDULF-- "But Whispers" "Common Clay" 2:4fi, 5:5!i, !):OB 1:20, 4:30, 7:40 AT REGULAR PRICES , .. . . joitpkM- SCKQiCK. fioiAND WEST'S *THE BAT WHlSP£fff UK'ITED AJTTLSTS fafcfiiJit. -*i*CHHHB MO OBIS UKAMOiKEl. 1 V Lvfi KELLY'S HARP ORCHESTRA OF OSAGK Will Play for the AMERICAN LEGION Saturday Night, February 21 AT THE ARMORY Admission Always 25n New ventilating syHtcm now in onerution. NOW THRU TUESDAY JOE 6. zooms lo new heights of hilnrity i n t h e merriest, d i z z i e s t whirligig of glen. --IN-- with LAWRENCE GRAY Ona Munsn ... Launt LCR . .. Walter Pidgeon STARTS WEDNESDAY "THE ROYAL FAMILY OF BROADWAY" with Frederick March Mnry Brian Ina Claire LAST TIME MONDAY /CRAWFORD* VjUjg . *- slS/t NOTF.: A free (rift of Vyrolnid Dressenvnre will lie presented to every Inily attending the Iowa Monday matinee or evening shows. Coming--Tuesday -- Wednesday ·Larceny *

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