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December 30, 1933

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

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.MASON CITY GLOBE.GAZBTTE DECEMBER 30 193S New Hampton Farmer's Rites Held at Church '': NEW HAMPTON, Dec. 30.--Funeral services were held this mom- Ing for Frank Kloster, 57, .New Hampton farmer, who died suddenly at his home northwest of here Thursday evening. The Rev. P. J. Puetz held the services at the Immaculate Conception church, North Washington. At Mason City THEATERS MARGARET SULLAVAN STARS IN CECIL FILM Brilliant emotional acting by Margaret Sullivan, only recently transposed to the screen from the New York stage where she was popular with one and all, features the picture "Only Yesterday" which plays through Saturday at the Cecil theater. John Boies is cast opposite this new star in this story of a woman's life during and before the. great World war. But it ia not a war picture and is 'probably aa fine a tear-jerker as one can find in some time. * * * Although neither show can be ranked aa "a. supreme production" or anything like that, both, of the shows at the Palace Saturday must be classed as Al entertainment. If either picture should be nominated for a position among the best ehows of the year, "Berkeley -Square," starring Leslie Howard and Heather Angel, would be .the one. Howard, as a fanatical Londoner who transposes himself into the eighteenth century from modern times, gives a truly fine performance, as does Miss Heather, in the role of his sweetheart. If you like Lee Tracy, be sure to see "Advice to the Lovelorn," in which he stars with Sally Blane. Plenty of laughs and amusing situations arise in this picture which features Tracy as "Miss Lonely- hearts." Spencer Tracy, Fay Wray, Kalph Morgan, Eugene Pailette and Herbert Mundin are cast In clever roles in the picture "Shanghai Madness," portraying the savage guerilla warfare which Is almost constantly going on in China and the daring o£ the soldiers of fortune who take part in the squabbling. This picture plays Friday and Saturday at the Strand theater. The second chapter of a new serial --"The Perils of Pauline" and the last chapter of "Tarzan the Fearless" is also on the bill. v * » IOWA,GIRL STARS IN JUNGLE FOAL Peggy ; Shannon, a native lowan who found her way to Hollywood _tbrough'tilei New'Xork/sta'ge, gives a clever performance In "Fury" of the 'Jungle 1 ': which plays Friday and Saturday at: the Iowa theater. Donald Cook and Alan Dinehart have the other leading, roles In: this film of the great jungle country near the headwaters of the Amazon river In inland Brazil. * « * ' Joan Crawford and Clark Gable are co-starred in. "Dancing Lady" which Btarta Sunday at the Cecil theater. This film, telling: 1 the story oC the life of a dancing; girl on Broadway, approaches a true biography of Miss Crawford, who made her start In a cabaret Cho'ruB. Sunday night there will be a special prevue showing of Bing Crosby and Marlon Davtes In their new picture, "Going Hollywood." The regular showing of "Goirig^ Hollywood' will not reach Mason City for another week. Those attending the late show Sunday night will be treated to two shows for the price of one as a special New Year's eve feature, both "Dancing^ Lady" and the film starring' Crosby and Miss Davles. · · ' · ' · ' - . IRENE DUNNE AND 'OLIVE BROOK IN NEW FILM Guy Kibbee and Joan Blondell brilliant comedy stars, have the featured roles in "Havana Widows' which starts Sunday at the Palace City Screen-'·Attractions CLARK GABLE AND JOAN CRAWFORD IN "DANCING LADY," which opens a four day engagement at the Cecil theater Sunday. Franchot Tone, May Kobson, Ted Bealy and Stooges make uj» the supporting cast. BING CROSBY AND MARION DAVIES IN A SCENE FROM "Going Hollywood." A special prevue showing of this excellent production will be the New Year's eve midnight show which starts Sunday at 11 p. m., at the Cecil theater. A FRAT FLOATATION--STARRING MARY CARLISLE, BUSTER Crabbe, Charles Starrett and Florence Lake--from "The Sweetheart of Sigma Chi" which plays at the Iowa Sunday, Monday and Tuesday. IRENE DUNNE AND CLTVE BROOK IN 'TF I WERE FREE,' which opens at the Palace Sunday for three days. . ZASIT and ASIT ?m:S AND SLIM StIMBlERVILLE IN "LOVE, HONOR, Oh, Baby 7 ' at the 'Strand on Monday an Tnci.dB.jY-' . · "j " ,·'.} r ' JOAN' BLONDELL AND GLENDA; FARRELL IN "HAVANA Widow*" which opens a three day engagement at th« Palace Sunday. theater on the same bill with Irene Dunne's latest starring: vehicle, "If I Were Free." Clive Brook, .Nils Asther and. Henry Stephenson head Miss Dunne's .supporting cast In her new picture. This double bill runs through Tuesday. DAWN DANCE CARNIVAL Starting at Midnight, Sun. Night, Dec. 31 '.]$. MASON CITY ARMORY ^ r Court Hussey's Ballroom Bafnd Horns, whistles, confetti, paper ribbon, hata, squwkers, balloons, efo. Couples $1.00. Extra ladies '86c. Sponsored by American Drum and Bugle Corps. · DINE ·DANCE DEWEY SMITH And His Ambassadors Play Saturday - Sunday - Monday Nites ROMA NITE CLUB 15Y 2 Second St. S.'W. Steaks - Chickens Italian Dishes Our Specialties Call 2384 for Reservations N O C O V E R C H A R G E ! ! "The Sweetheart of Sigma. Chi" plays at the Iowa theater Sunday, Monday and Tuesday, wiyi Buster Crabbe, Mary Carlisle .and Ted Fio- Rito and his band. Miss Carlisle is cast as a flirtatious co-ed in this campus romance. . * * · Janie* Dunn, Gloria Stuart, David Manners and Jack La Rue are starred In"The* Girl In 419" which plays Sunday only at the Strand theater. This is; a mystery, drama centering about a girl brought Into an emergency hospital badly beaten and saved only through the efforts of the head of the hospital. Rites for Mllota, 75, Are Held at Protivin CRESCO, Dec. 30.--Anton Milota, 75, of near Prottvin, died Thursday evening. He was torn June 13, 1858. Funeral and burial was at Protivin. He is survived by bis widow- ENDS SATOBDAY: : ' " · ' .··.' ·. ·;''.'·;" ''····'-\.-.; .V THE UtBEKTT MAGAZINE FOUR STAB PICTURE -. "BERKELEY SQUARE" with LESIJE HOWARD - HEATHER ANGEL . - . ' . . TRACY in "Advice to the Lovelorn" with Sally Blane NEW YEAR'S PARTIES SATURDAY -- SUNDAY MONDAY NITES Hawkeye Club Music By Hawkeye Orchestra DANCE MONDAY AFTERNOON Starting 3 O'clock For Reservations For Above Dates, Phone 1308 Starts Sunday ^ NOW The Gold Diggers Are "In the Money "Jn Havana! ... Sec them shake it tip on the boulevards . . . Shake 'em down under the palms! Havana Widows" Joan Blondell Glenda Farrell _. Guy Kibbee ,fi Frank McHugh Alien Jenkins Ruth Donnelly A Story of today's revolt »t«'n«t the lore code-of the centuries. NORTHERN IOWA'8 Entertainment BARGAIN CENTER "IF I WERE FREE" · with . IRENE DUNNE CLIVE BROOK Nils Asther Henry Stephenwm WELCOME 1934 AT THE PALACE GALA NEW YEAR'S EVE FROLIC AND JAMBOREE FEATURING OLD TIME FIDDLERS' CONTEST Come and cheer for your favorite fiddler and help him win. Come at 9 o'clock to our regular program and stay for this big: show. NO ADVANCE IN PRICES redericksburg Group Elects Whitcomb Head at Annual Gathering FREDERICKSBURG, Dec. 30.-- t the annual business meeting of le Frederickshurg Butter Factory association Thursday afternoon, the ollowing were elected: President, loyd W. Whitcomb; vice president, /illiam Klotz; secretary, Dclos riplett; treasurer, Otto Koerth; dl- ectors. Herman Karnatz, Jr., and . W. Whitcomb. CECIL Saturday--"Only Yesterday" with ohn Boles, Margaret Sullivan and 3 featured players. Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wed- esday--Joan Crawford and Clark Gable In "Dancing Lady" with 'ranchot Tone, May Robson, Ted Heal and stooges. New Tear's eve midnight show .unday .at 11 p. m. Special prevue showing Bing Jrosby and Marion Davies in "Going lollywood" with Stuart Erwin, Fifi Dors ay and Patsy Kelly. Thursday, Friday--Warner Bax- r in "Aa Husbands Go," with Helen Vinson and Warner Oland. STRAND Sunday only--"Girl in Room 419" vlth Jimmy Dunn, Gloris Stuart, 3avid Manners and Jack La Rue. Monday, Tuesday--"Love, Honor nd Oh Baby!" with Slim Summer- rille and Zasu Pitts. Wednesday, Thursday--"Woman .coused" with Nancy Carrol and Gary Grant. Friday, Saturday--Ken Maynard n his latest picture "Gun Justice" and also the thi'd chapter oE Perils of Pauline." PALACE Saturday -- "Berkeley Square," vith Leslie Howard and Heather Vngel, and "Advice to the Lovelorn" vhlch stars Lee Tracy and Sally Blane. Sunday, Monday, Tuesday--"Ha- ·ana Widows" with Joan Blondell, Glenda Farrell, Guy Kibbee and oth- rs, and Irene Dunne and Clive Brook in "If I Were Free." Sunday night after last regular ihowing of these pictures there will be a New Year's eve frolic featuring an old time fiddlers' contest. COMING ATTRACTIONS Wednesday, Thursday, Friday-'Should Ladles Behave," starring Lionel Barrymore and Alice Brady and "Deluge" an all star production with the advance dope on the end of the world. IOWA Saturday--"Fury of the Jungle," with Peggy Shannon, Alan Dinehart, Donald Cook and others. . S u n d a y , Monday, Tuesday-"Sweetheart of Sigma Chi" with Mary Carlisle, Buster Crabbe and others, Including Ted Fio-Rito's band. Wednesday, Thursday--"The Fugitive" starring Rex Bell with Cecelia Parker and George Hayes. Friday, Saturday--Ray Walker and Kathryn Crawford in "Skyway." If you try to treat life as at joke life will treat you as a positive scream.--Davenport Times. SPEND NEW YEAR'S EVE. with CHARLEY The RITZ Hotel at Bayside "TAVERN" NITE CLUB DANCE NEW YEAR'S NIGHT--MONDAY, JAN. 1 DENISON CLUB On the North Eoad to Clear Lalco Music by Kelly's Kellodians ADMISSION 25c PER PERSON THE BIGGEST DANCE IN TOWN I BIAT 15o EVE. 20c BIG MIDNIGHT SHOW TONIGHT 1. Last Chapter-- "TAKZAX" 2. Second chapter-- "PEB1LS OF PABIJSE" 3. "SHANGHAI MADNESS" ·'·:'" irith SPENCER IOWA STARTS SUNDAY First Time In Mason City ADULTS 20c CHILDREN lOc Last Time Saturday Mat, 15o Eve. 20c "Fury ol the Jungle" Donald Cook Peggy Shannon Chapter Two "GORDON .OF GHOST CITY" Cartoon - News Bubbles over with Romance, Good Music and Youth M A R Y C A R L I S L E 1 ' B U S T E R C R A B B E CHARLES STARRETT F L O R E N C E L A K E AND TED no-nrro AND [rrmrtumtus "THE SWEETHEART of SIGMA CHI" The Sweetest Picture in Many Moons ADDED--COMEDY - CARTOON AND NEWS EVENTS MMifi "ONLY YESTERDAY" John Boles, Margaret Sullivan 4 Days Starting Sunday THE MIRACLE PICTURE OF THE MUSICAL AGE.! OUR SUNDAY PICTURE . Showing Sunday Only Two men fought for her! One to take care of her -- The other wanted her "taken care .of." ' FRANCHOT TONE Lovely Joan In glorious reunion with Clark Gable--a superb musical that Is a new milestone in entertainment ffiSSS 1 A peck through the keyhole.. . . ne couldn't get her name, but be ffOt her nnznber! AISO COMEDY and NEWS Look Folks! ' ,vrtth May Robson Winnie Ughrner Ted Healy and Stooges Our Special New Year-* Show Silly Symphony "The Pied Piper" The screen's goofy love birds; looffer ever! LAUGHS! More iBUffljB In this picture than you over of! NEW YEARS EVE MIDNIGHT SHOW! SUNDAY AT 11 P. M. Prevue Showing BING MARION CROSBY DAVIES "GOING HOLLYWOOD 1 ' with Fifl D'ORSAY Stuart ERWIN Ned SPARKS Patsy KELLY Screenland's' fascinating comedienne, and America's favorite crooner . . . in a dazzling musical COME AT 0 P. M. AND SEE TWO SHOWS FOR THE PRICE OF ONE I extravaganza SUMMERVIUE is WZASU PITTS LOVE. HONOR WOH.fcAbY!

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