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Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, February 19, 1931
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16 FARM INSTITUTE PRIZES AWARDED AT MANLY SHOW Decisions of Judges Given in Various Fields of ; Competition. ' M A N L Y , Feb. .19.--The Manlv Farmers institute opened Wednesday morning and will close Thursday night. The decisions in the women's division lin the order of rank- t o g were: · ; · · . - . . - ·Foods: Best : loaf white bread, Mrs. Henry. Backhaus, lona Tietz. Best wheat.:bread; Mrs. Jim Novak, ·Mrs. James'Hungerford. Best angel food cake,, Esther,.Jones, Mrs. George: Stoecker. Best Sunshine pake, Gertie Gottshalk, Mrs. Ralph Cobeen. Best rolled white cookies, Mrs. George Stoecker, Mrs. L. A. Harmon. Best rolled dark cookl«s, Mrs. Courtney Lawyer, second. Best drop cookies, Mrs. Herbert .Ba|clthaus, Muriel Logeman. Best filled cookies, Mrs. A. H. Miles, Mrs. Ralph Coheen. ' Doughnuts, Mrs. Lewis Field, Mrs. Herman Backhaus. Best one crust pie, Mrs. Ralph Cobeen, Mrs. George Stoecken Best x two crust" pie, Mrs. George Stoecker, Mrs. A. H. Miles. Best exhibit of four varieties, Mrs. A; H. Miles, Mrs. George Stoecker. Vegetables, best exhibit of four varieties--Mrs. C. R. Doebel, Mrs Courtney Lawyer. Best exhibit of Jelly, Mrs. C. R Doebel, Mrs. Ralph Cobeen. Best exhibit of jam, Mrs. fialph Franke, Mrs. George Stoeker. Pickles, best exhibit of two varieties ---Mis. George Stoecker, Mrs. Courtney Lawyer. Meat, best exhibit of two varieties, Mrs. George'-Stoecker, Mrs. C. R* poebel. Best cotton work dress, Irene Wise, Mrs. Jim .Novak. Beat cotton work apron, Mrs. Herbert Backhaus',. Mrs. Louise McKercher. Best child's dress, Mrs. A. H. Miles,Lenore Wise. Best pillow cases, Mrs. . L. L. Lyford, Mrs. J, D. Thompson. Best cut work, Mrs. Courtney Lawyer, Mrs. A. H Miles. Beat colored embroidery, Mra. Arthur Helland, Mrs. J. D. Thompson. Best exhibit of pieced quilt, Mra: J. P. Seser, Mrs. M. Res or. MASON CITY GL6BE-GAZJETTE SCREEN STARS WED SECRETLY Best exhibit of handmade rug, Mrs. Ed Rolla, Mayme Wise. Best darning, Marie Wise, Mrs. George Stoecker. Best patching, Irene Wise, Mrs. George Stoecker. Crotcheting, Mrs. John Barta, Eva Phillipaon. Junior department, best fudge, Toodelle Bednar, second. Best other candy, Virginia. Lyford,'Lucile Gallion. Best light, cake, Virginia Lyford, Lucile Gallion. Best dark cake, Ivadelle Bednar, second. Best embroidery, Beryle Cobeen, Gertie Wise. Best whole wheat bread, Elsie Bartlett, second. Best bread variation, Elsie Bartlett, second. Hiram Green Services Are Held at Luverne L U V E R N E , Feb. 19.--Hiram Green, farmer living west of Luverne, died suddenly at bis home of pulmonary emboliam. The funeral was held at the home Wednesday Afternoon, the Luverne Masonic lodge was in charge. Ambrose Fuller Gives Opinion. MINNEAPOLIS, Feb. 19. W-Minnesota, municipalities operating electric plants are not expected to furnish ·power service outside their respective city limits to any great extent even if legislative action this session gives them that right, according to Ambrose Fuller, staff member of the League of Minnesota municipalities. 100 Attend Party. CRESCO--Nearly 100 members and guests of the Cresco business and professional women's club enjoyed a social party in Woodman lall Tuesday evening. Mrs'. F. L. Morris won high score at bridge and Mrs. Charles Frank at 500. Virginia. VnlH nnd Charles Farrell, screen stars, who were secretly married last Friday night, shortly after midnight, to dodge jtaxrf be- thCT ^i 1 ^; 11 T ^ th V T , hey POSeli for this » Iot "° Tuesday in 1 ' """^ »«TM'** TM '« - three months' Winnebago 4-H Leaders Will Meet at Thompson THOMPSON,. Feb. 19.--The 4-H club leaders of Winnebago county will meet Friday at the home of Mrs. A. B. Myhr. Miss Florence Fordes of the extension department of Ames will attend this meeting and also Miss Bertha Vander Kran. home demonstration agent. STARTING SATURDAY FIRST SHOWING IN THE STATE with LEON ERROL - - ZASU PITTS MITZI GREEN - JACKIE SEARL The LAUGH YEAR NORTHWOOD WILL DEBATE FEB. 26 Will Argue With Eagle Grove in Northeastern Iowa Semi-Finals. NORTHWOOD, Feb. 19.--North wood high school will meet. Eag] Grove high school Thursday, Fel 26, in the semi-finals of the north eastern Iowa forensic series. The won this honor -by defeating Charlc City high school in the debate hel this week. Harold Nelson and Glen Rye compose the ^negative team o the local school,-Connie Sabin an Esther Sandman being: the affirma live team. At th,e contest this wee Northwooa held a margin of' l points over their · competitors James Curtis of Charles City score a perfect rating with three firsts Harold Nelson made the best show ing for Northwqod with one firs place and two third places. Two at Clafion Have Golden Anniversary CLARION, Feb. 19.--Celebratln: their 50 years at married life to Aether, Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Zastrow Clarion, were honored guests o their five children and their fami lies at a dinner at the home of the! only daughter. Mrs. Hulda Liene man here. Mrs. Zastrow is 77. Sh was born in Hancock county. 111. He husband, 76, came to Wisconsi from Germany when 12 years old. At Mason City's THEATERS Marion Davles goes from one ex treme to the other in her last tw pictures. In "The Florodora Girl the vivacious comedienne brot guf , CHRISTIE' uit?i CHARLES BICKFORD GEORGE F. MARION MARIE DRESSIER DARIHO k« 111 rj,. m .. COMPELLING in ltTr Starts Friday ROD LA ROCQUE In "The Delightful Rogue" A Story of the Tropic Seas Picture. ROYAL FAMILY OF BROADWAY STORY BY Edna Ferber Mad, merry, modern! Their escapades make headlines -- b u t their private lives and loves are now revealed to you! America's darlings as they A R E w i t h the spotlights off! REQUEST DAY In Addition to the Regular Feature See L0N CHAMEY in tfc THUNDER " in THE ROYAL FAMILY MARCH Mary Brian and Henrietta Crosman THE GREAT RAILROAD THRILLER TWO GREAT 'SHOWS FOR THE PRICE OF ONE! THRILLS COMEDY ROMANCE TIL A * * * PICTURE faws and chortles when she demurely donned the costumes of the gay '90's and went zipping-around corners in a new-fangled gasoline buggy at a 15 mile an hour, clip.'Her new picture, "The Bachelor - Father," which will continue 'thru Friday at the Cecil, goes, to' the other extreme, displaylng.'Miss Davies in the latest of Paris creations -and nobby sport and flying .outfits, her transportation in "this film now being supplied by : . a huge tri-motored plane, undreanied of in the days when the automobile was 'scaring horses off: Fifth Avenue. .;· · , . ' . " /-- o-- -.'' Four actors have' become actors for the :sake: of a play. Ina Claire Fredric March,. Mary Brian ami Henrietta Crosman^ are the actors and the play in ,whjch they act the parts of "The Royal Fam-' lly of Broadway" which will continue 'thru Friday at "the Palac 0 "The Royal Family" is:the intimate nmusinp-arid ·.'at times hilarious presentation of a mythical family ot .ai.Tninrr .performers -on the Ameri- r. an s t?£ e ' n rev eals their private lives,, their family pride in fhe great tradition of their-clan - a n d thei,- loyalty.,to,the .Stage they have so long dominated. Miss Crosman is FEBRUARY 19 1931 seen as the stately grandmother of the Cavendish clan. Miss 'Claire is her daughter, the leading emotional actress of the stage; Miss Brian is the granddaughter, about to enter the'life of the theater; March is the family's · · : representative in the movies--headstrong, impulsive, lordly, a master of. both comedy and tragedy, a genius possessed of the amusing .mannerisms and idiosyncrasies of the,"type." '·"'.· --o-Hod La Roque is starred In "The Delightful Rogue" which is to play at the Iowa theater Friday, and Saturday. In this all talking'hit, La Rocque-is featured as Lastro. a famous pirate. "The Delightful Rogue" presents- an unusual :tale of the adventures and love of a pirate who wears sjlk pajamas instead of dungarees; plays:- the guitar and puts perfume on his finger-tips after every murder! a gay satire, yet full of thrilling action with a locale that outdoes, for scenic-beauty, any tropical film .yet made, according to critics., Rita LaRoy, once a vaudeville singer and dancer, and now said to be oh her way to stardom in Hollywood, is-seen, opposite La Rocque.. Slje sings ./several ori "DON'T BET ON WOMEN" -. · SA^s ' · . : · . ,.;', E D M U N D ; L i O W E and why? » YOU SHOULD KNOW! Come Now. IT'S A PERFECT SCREAM! ONLY TWO MORE DAYS And for plenty more fun-WINNIE LIGHTNER JOE E. BROWN "HOLD EVERYTHING" Two Features . . . One Price STARTS SATURDAY - 8oc - lOc TIME SCREDULE NEWS SPECIAL at 1, 3:30, 6:00, 8:30 "HOLD EVERYTHING" at 1:04, 3:34, 6:04, 8:34 "DON'T BET ON WOMEN" at 3:21, 4:51, 7:21, 9:51 THE STRAND HAS THE SHOWS ginal numbers, including "Gay Love" by Oscar Levant and Sidney Clare, the Radio Pictures song-writing team responsible for "My Dream Memory." : --o-As a musical comedy star, Winnie Lightner has long been a familiar figure, singing one of her rollicking blues songs before a'prancing line of beautiful chorus girls." For three years she was one of the stars ot George White's "Scandals," and also appeared as the featured player in "Gay Paree." She duplicates her stage appearances in "Hold Everything," the all-color duction which will run thru Fridaj at the Strand theater. Other prominent parts in this hilarious all-talking musical comedy are played by Georges Carpentier, famous French boxer, Joe E. Brown, Sally O'Neil. Edmund Breese, .Dorothy · Revler, Bert Roach and Jack Curtis. --o-Fifty-one millionaires appeared as "extras" in Radio Pictures' "Ciraar- ron." Chief Bacon Rind,.80 year old Osage Indian, and 50 of his tribesmen journeyed to Hollywood to appear in the Edna Ferber epic to Insure authentic Indian types. They are among the richest men in the United States, as the result of the oil fields developed on their lands in the Oaage nation. Louise Brave, filll-blooded Osage- and university graduate, acted as interpreter for the Indians. "Cjmarron," a story dealing with early Indian territory history and the Oklahoma land rush in 1889, will play .at the Cecil one week, starting Saturday^. Richard Dix is the star. I Behind Scenes In A Xrans- Atlantlc Flight With Love At The Controls! Merry Escapades With Merry Marion! Just Try and Stop Laughing! BACHELOR FATHER It's a Wise Child that K n o w s Us Own Daddy! As a happy - go lucky girl of H«- gan's A l l e y she brings. happiness to a stern old gen- 11 e man bachelor. You'll l o v e this picture! with K A L.I H F O R B E S C. Aubrey. S M I T H T h c great 15EI-ASCC) stage h i! at l a s t in t a l k i e s ! TMason City's Finest Theater L I K E A F L A M E - S H O T M E T E D W I R L I N G T O E A R T H ! Driving to Heights of Majestic Drama Untouched Since the Immortal Hours of "The Birth of a Nation"and "The Four Horsemen" EDNA FERBER'S iking Drama A Tumultuous i Gigantic Ca»t of Superlative ArtI Directed by W E S L E Y R U G G L E S Adaplad by Howard Eitabrook A Wm. La Baron Production ONE WEEK STARTING 3ATU1 BIG MIDNIGHT SHOW Saturday, 11:15

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