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Mason City, Iowa
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Friday, January 29, 1937
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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, JAJNIUAKY 2 l j B| 193T THREE FUN FILM ON CECIL SCREEN "Champagne Waltz" Stars Fred MacMun-ay, Gladys Svvarthout. Gay, funelul, merry and lavish, "Champagne Waltz," co-starring Fred MacMurray and Gladys Swarthout, moves into the Cecil theater with its Viennese charm, its rapid-fire comedy, excellent dancing and delightful romance. With several singing sequences by Miss Swarthout, and music both ol the waltz and "swing" varieties, "Champagne Waltz" should rate as a music-lover's holiday on this score alone. But there is also comedy in the Jack Oakie manner, dancing by Veloz and Yolanda, lavish px'oductiou and scintillating group dance sequences. ' A chorus o£ 350 beaulilul girls, the largest number ever assembled tor a niotion picture, sets a new high lor group dancing in motion pictures. The romance concerns itself with the love of MacMurray, leader ol a "swing" orchestra, and Miss Swarthout, granddaughter of the musical director o£ a Viennese waltz palace. MacMurray's music puts the grandfather's place out of business, but in spite of this love blooms. Body of Jay McPhail Is Taken to Osage STACYVILLE -- The body of Jay -McPhail -of Waterloo, a former residents of Stacyville community, was brought to Osage Thursday and taken to funera parlors pending funeral arrangements. Mr. MePhail died at a Waterloo hospital Wednesday ot pneumonia. He leaves his wife mc three sons, Lynn and Mervin o Waterloo and Reed of Slaeyville one brother, A] McPhail of Little Cedar, three sisters, Mrs. Vet Emerson of Little Cedar, Mrs. Tim Morrisey o£ Waterloo and Mrs William DeLabney of Stacyville. Divorce Is Granted. HAMPTON--Bertha R. Foughty was granted a divorce from Otlo C. Foughty on grounds ot desertion. She was granted the right ti vcsume her maiden name, Bertha Bnbcr. D A N C E SHADY'BEACH to the "Four Shades of Blue Swingsters" Every Night Except Monday Arrange Your AVcek-End Tarty Now. Our Own Barbecued Ribs . . ' Our Specialty Blue Ribbon Beer VIrs. Dean Funeral Rites Are H e l d in Nora Springs Church NORA SPRINGS--Funeral ser- ices for Mrs. Daniel Dean were eld Wednesday afternoon at the Christian church with Stanley Jaynes of Mason City, officiating, "rank Pool sang, with Mrs. E. C. 'loody as accompanist. Burial was n the Rudd cemetery. Clara Ann Turner was born in De Katb county, ill., Oct. 22, 1889. "She was but one year old when he family moved near Waterloo, vhere they resided until she was 5 years of age when they moved o farm 2'/4 miles northwest of Vora Springs. She was married to Daniel Dean in 1837. To this union ix children were born. She is survived by her husband ind five children, Clyde Dean, Mrs. William Matte, Mae Baughey, ind Mertie Dean, all of Nora Springs, and Byron Dean of Phoenix, Ariz., and by 11 grand- childden and three great granct- .·hilclren; two sisters, Mrs. L. J. Stich of Sioux Falls, S. Dak., and Wrs. .Tames Dunn of Scenic, S. Dak. Mrs. Dean's father, Jacob Turner, was cared for in . this lome. He was a Civil war veteran vho died about four years ago at he age of 99. mcmer in Anthony Hope's "The Prisoner of Zcnda." * 3 V "One Way Passage," co-starring William Powell and Kay Francis, is the Palace theater attraction which with "Arizona Mahoncy" Britt Student Gets Gram Show Aware AMES--Floyd Huling, Britl, and Royal Holz, Rippey, won the most coveted awards in the annual student corn and grain show at Iowa State college for having the largest and best groups of entries. Huling received the highest number o£ total points to win the award given by the agronomy department, while Holz placed second to win the trophy given by Herbert Plambeck, farm editor of the Central Broadcasting company. 'CHAMPAGNE WALTZ" IS CECIL FEATURE CINEMA. All about the adventures ot a hot swing band's leader, Fred MacMurray, in gay V i e n n a , "Champagne Waltz," opens Saturday at the Cecil. Coupled with a dash of comedy fuinished chiefly by J a c k Oakie, "C h a m p a g n e Waltz" is a combination ot wit, beauty, romance and melody. Playing opposite MacMurray is Gladys Swarthout, while in minor roles are Velfiz and Yolanda, Herman King, " F r a n k Forest, MACMURRAY Benny Baker and others. S £: 6 Ronald Colman, now completing; the lonff heralded "Tile Lost Horizon" which has Tjeeii in the stages ot production the past two years, will next play the dual role of kingr and com- SHOWING THIS WEEK CEGl L----"Sinners Take AH" Friday. "Champagne AVallz" starts Saturday, I' A I, A C E--"Sinners Take AH" Friday. "One Way Passage" and "Arizona IMahoney" starts Saturday. STATE--"The Sift Game" and "Valley of Wanted Men" through Saturday. STRAND--"Ceiling Zero" and "Ilcadin 1 for the Kio Grande" through Saturday. L A K E -- ( C l e a r L a k e ) -"Cavalry" and "Our notation's" through Saturday. comprises the double feature program beginning Saturday. A re-issue, "One Way Passage 1 relates the poignant story of two doomed persons who meet on i trans-Pacific liner. Drama is relieved in spots by Frank McHiigh Aline IttacMahon and Hcrberl Mumlin. Joe Cook, Broadway comedian is starred in "Arizona Mahoncy,' NOW and SATURDAY 2 FEATURES 16c LAUREL and HARDY "OUR RELATIONS" Plus--Bob Stccle "CAVALRY" Coming Sunday: "CAIN and MABLE" I. O. 0. F. BENEFIT Saturday, Jan. 30 M ASTER US1C To 1XERS furnish flic music. All the proceeds, above actual expenses, taken in at this dance will be turned over to the committee in charge of the President's Bail. The hall to he donated by the Odd Fellow Lodgre. 25c PER PERSON 32nd ANNUAL BROTHERHOOD N u m b e r 219 CLEAR LAKE, IOWA f TUESDAY, BALLROOM . F E B R U A R Y 2 Dancing Starts at 8:30 -- Only Masked Persons Allowed to Dance Before 10,P. M. Ladies 40c--AH Tax Included--Gents 85c H Music By 6 CASH I Art's PRIZES I Nighthawks I 6-Piece Band IS THE EXCITING DAY AT BOTH THE BE HERE! yOUT FOR ' K I L L I N G ! Tl«rrirnr(a vhich also features June Martcl, | lobert Cummlags and Larry raubc in a comedy oE the wild nd wooly west. t e s The pioneer California family ot Leo Carillo, who has a promi- 'ent part in "History Is Made at Night, 1 once owned all the land on which practically every Hollywood studio now stands. His grrcat-ffrandfallier was the first provisional governor ot California. tf -v 3 Cutting room scraps: Samuel ioldwyn lias borrowed Charles [Cap'n. Andy) Winningor from Universal to go into "The Wo- nan's Touch" with Miriam Hop;ins , . . Buck Jones is down yith 'flu . . . Fredric March is iigned for tinted gangster picture "Let Me Live." He returns from New York next week . , . Bill Robinson is back from the east to go into "Cafe IMelropole" . . . Janet Gaynor is another flu victim . . . Edmund Gwenn is off to England for British film chores next week . . . Melvyn Douglas subs for George Brent in Clauil- ette Colbert's "I Met Him in Paris," it may delay start ot Marlene Dietrich's "Angel." Goldfield Pastor to Serve Rowan Church ROWAN -- The Congregational church lias called Ihe Rev. Floyd Nelson of Goldfield to be the pastor for the coming year. He has resigned his Goldfield postorale, effective Feb. 1. Under Auspices Young Democratic Club CLEAR LAKE COUNTRY CLUB -- JANUARY 30, 1937 EVAN MORGAN AND HIS GOLDEN GATE BAND $1.10 Per Couple (Make Reservations Early) EVERYBODY INVITED Tickets may he procured from Pauline Brasser, William Hayes, Jr., Hugh Engliibi-elson, Stanley Aiulcrbcrg, Clem Craychee, Dorothy Madscn and Dick Felix. For reservations call Walt Ames or 1450. TONIGHT PLAY fc fc fc H M H Thrilling: SCREENO It's Fun FRIDAY-SATURDAY: TWO THRILLING FEATURES Eight A1I- Amcrican Stars --ivilli -- riiii.ii* HUSTON" J A M E S C.I.liASON II:NK TUAVIS IIRL'CK CABOT A N I 1 V DliVJN'E Gram, AVHhers - A C a v a l f a i l e ot X l e e l r l r y l n i A c t i o n ! I'ETKB II. KV.VII'S ".Valley of Wauled Men" -- u-llh-- Frankie Darro Drue Lcylon SPECIAL KIDDIES MATINEE SATURDAY One Hour nf Laughs--Comedies---Carfnnns Slarlinff Sunday: "ANTHONY ADVERSE" l.asl s h o t t i n g hi I l i c C i l y l H'« G r e a t e r Than I l i c H o o k ! 1' Time .tt I*o|)Ular Triced And-The Comedy Riot of (lie Year! "THEY MET IN A TAXI" Chester Morris - Fay Wray James Scott, 89, Is Buried at Emmetsburg EMMETSBURG -- Funeral services for James Scott, 89, a resident of Emmetsbuig since 1872, were held at his home here Thursday afternoon, with the Rev. Edward Pruitt, Methodist pastor, n charge. Mr. Scott came to lowii as a young man and operated ;\ farm near Emmetsburg for several years. When a grasshopper plague proved disastrous to crops, he and TIM family moved to town. Sur- iving are two sons, Dr. Harry Scott and E. J. Scott, both of Em- metsburg. Mrs. Scott died scvei'aj years ago. G A R N E R Sunday - Monday - Tuesday Jan. 31--Fell. 1, 2 America's Little Honey SHIRLEY TEMPLE with Rolit. 1'onnsr, Alice Faye "THE STOWAWAY" The Ultlc Slur's Latest and Best I'ictnrc. MOOSEoid-TimeDANC Saturday, January Sdfli Net proceeds will he turned over tn the local Birthday Ball committee anil will be used In help fight infantile paralysis. ART'S NI©HTHAWKS Dancine 8:30 Till 12 -- Lunches -- Same Old Price, 2nc 1'ersmi Moose Hall, Corner South Federal and Second Street S. W. Emm NOW AND SAT. TEX RITTER --In-"HEADIN 1 FOR THE RIO GRANDE" Kiddies' Bis Gift Matinee Sat. FOUR BIG UNITS BARGAIN SHOW Kiclilics lOc "ACE DRUMMOND" NEWS EVENTS JAMES CAGNE1T PAT O'BIUGN "CHILING ZERO" STARTS Sun. DON AMECHE - LOU ETTA 1'OUNG in "IIAMONA" and "STRAIGHT FROM THE SHOULDER" with RALPH BELLAMY KATHEllINE LOCKE NORTH IOWA'S MOST BEAUTIFUL THEATRE THE HOME OF MIRROIMIONIC SOUND Masks Can Be Secured at the Surf UNMASKING AT 10 P. M. Costumes must be in the hall one hour to compete for prizes. STARTS Avalon Ballroom Manly, Iowa TUESDAY, FEB. 2 Music by CARL NEBBE Ladies 35c Gents 50c OLD-TIME DANCE THURSDAY, FEB. 4 Music by THE JOLLY NORSEMEN Admission 25c TONIGHT KARL HUNT'S ORCH. JUBILEE CARNIVAL HATS, HORNS, CONFETTI 2 ACE HITS MR. THIN MAN returns to lead you a merry chase! It's packed with thrills! SATURDAY COURT HUSSEY BENEFIT DANCE SUNDAY BOBBY GRIGGS ORCH. ALSO BARBARA ISAACS will present a 30 minute floor show at 10:30 40n per person and proceeds will he turned over to the Red Cross for Flooil Relief. COMING George Arliss in "East Meets West;" Let Tracy In "Wanted Jane Turner." Soon--Giant Reviio "Red Hot and Beautiful." * S "Those dasteimg pi may be all right for Gladys and Fred...but oh~h-h-h ... those Oakie dogs!" *w .* "Yon Can't Think of It Now" America's ace ball room dancers show you a few slops front the new dance crxe, the Champagne Wall: *'4 "Merry Go 'Round" "Paradise in WalJz Time" · When is a Kiss Noi a Kiss?" "Could I Be in Love?"

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