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February 20, 1931

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 4

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y\ MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE RADIOMAN PUTS PAPERS AT HEAD Says Printed Page Has Most Potent Advertising Power. INDIANAPOLIS, Feb. 20.--The printed page as an advertising- medium has the greatest power of any form- of contract between the seller and the buyer, H, H. Cory, Minneapolis, president of th« Radio Press association, told the fifth annual convention of the National Federation of Radio associations and of the Radio Wholesalers' association in joint and closing 1 session here. Pointing out the power of reader appeal, Cory urged radio dealers and jobbers to concentrate advertising In newspapers. "With the printed word before him, the buyer can concentrate on the subject matter of the advertisement," Cory asserted. "Readers like to buy from newspaper ada because they can compare prices." Mr$. Thompson Dies at Glenville; Body Taken to Reinbeck GLENVILLE, Minn., Feb. 20.-Mrs. Angeltne Thompson died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Ed In- g-ajnells Monday. Mrs. Thompson's body was taken to Reinbeck Friday for burial. Restoring- prosperity from state and national treasuries is not going- to help a bit.--Florida Times-Union. FEBRUARY 20 1931 BELMONDWINS QUADRANGULAR Declamatory Contests Held in 4 Towns in North Iowa Conference. BELMOND, Feb. 20.--Belmond won the quadrangular declamatory contest in the north Iowa conference In which Belmond, Britt, Clear Lake and Garner participated Wednesday night. Belmond had a total of '24 points at the four towns; Britt, 28; Clear Lake, 31, and Garner, 37; Belmond won a total of five first places. The follpwing- represented Belmond at the contest. At Belmond, oratorical, Stephen Hinman, winning second place; dramatic, Faye Thompson, won first place; humorous, Doris Parsons won first; at Britt Lola Berghefer won second in oratorical; Mary Blake first in dramatic, Miriam Simmons, first in humorous. At Clear "Lake, Lois Trafford won third in oratorical; Kathryn Blake fourth in dra- matic; Jessie Elder, third in humorous. At GarnteV, Loren Hadley won second in oratorical; Amelia Greenlander third in dramatic; and Alleen Glbbs first in humorous. Bel- mand will next meet in Lake Mills to determine which school wins first honors in the North Iowa conference. Plead Guilty to Arson. MINDEN, Nebr., Feb. 20. Fred Taylor, 40, Dea Molnes, and three other men pleaded guilty to arson of a pool hall here ana received one to three years prison sentences. Mrs. Eugene Bond, Nashua, Succumbs NASHUA, Feb. 20.--Mrs. Eugene Bond died at the Waverly hospital Thursday morning after a four days' illness from spinal meningitis. Mrs. Bond was born in Floyd county. Later she lived with her parents In Nashua for several years, moving on a farm two miles west of Nashua after her marriage to Eugene Bond, who, with three children, Mrs. Marian Boerschel, Robert and Lois, survive. She 5s also survived by three sisterg, Mrs. Emma Appld Clarksville; Mrs. Gerald Green, dar Rapids; Mrs. Ben Green, E| ver, Colo., and one brother, GeotI Portland, Ore. Arrangements for I funeral have not been complei' but the service will probably private. Drake, Nebraska, Debate, OMAHA, Feb. 20. ()--Drake i Nebraska university debaters ] night engaged in a non-decision c cussion of free trade, the third ; pearance on a four day trip for Des Moines speakers. ALL AMERICA A MIGHTY HOST MARCHING TO BEHOLD A MODERN MIRACLE! Tender as the Touch of Loving Hands.-. .Yet Bursting Across the Screen With the Almighty Power of Creation's Unlocked Fury. "Cimarron" Will Be Shown Simultaneously by 3OO of the Nation's Finest Theatres! Driving to Heights of Majestic Drama Untouched Since the Immortal Hours of "The Birth of a Nation" and "The Four Horsemen". . . . A Giant Tapestry of Days When Men Made Empire and Women Preserved It! When Love Was Eternal as The Stars Above Courageous Heads! . . . . . . . . EDNA FERBER'S Monumental Drama a Tumultuous Pageant Across The Screen! ^" ,+S ,, ·*? L ' MR" ·* -^r»,,^TM 33P -**tt$(%ir '-?{.-. SiSaiB^igr Ssss .,,,. L^^y.fi-ii:':H'i-.i : AVi-:.\v,v;.»-.-.'-.··:««:.*·· 'vi-'i'i: m... :*-·*;·; te itf^^memtfrn/m ® i:v.'"V..'.;v.\; Wt-SSz -i .~?x~ ·m WX tm '·tWx. ·:·'/.;··'·- (6V m %m K^S'iS-Wi®'!!' .Sf/»"2iKr'acSSv ^'Mm v-*iv..'i.:::: ®m m.»w£ fcfivsflsp;, 1 FULL WEEK BIG MIDNIGHT SHOW SATURDAY 11:15 PICTURES

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