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Mason City, Iowa
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Friday, February 20, 1931
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1 Mrs. Donaldson, DeCOrah, dict ' s Catho "c church and not on ivr-n r n · i » . ' Sunday morniner as previously re- MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE W/'H T n · i o i sunaa' Will ce Buried Saturday ported' DECORAH, Feb. 20.--Funeral services for Mrs. George Donaldson, f\e\ ",t . ~ . w « « \ . J^UUSUWCULl, 99, will be held on Saturday morning- at 9:30 o'clock from St. Bene- The only place you find stock without water now is Wall Street.-Fountain Inn Tribune. Somebody always is knocking- ou "cheap politicians,'.' but if we reall hava to have politicians, it is jus as well not to have those who cos too much.--Dayton (Ohio) News. "Value Leadership" DAMON'S, INC. The Cheerful Service Store Startling TWO for ONE Sale! Jergens Fine Soaps and Woodbury's Shampoos A REAL thrill for luxury lovers. While this special offer lasts you can have luxurious soaps in your hathroom for only a few cents more than you pay for the cheapest everyday brands! The finest soaps and shampoos that can he bought. With every one you buy you get another free. Better buy enough for the -whole year. HENRI ROCHEAU SOAP As French as Paris on a May morning. Choice of four delicate tints to ma ten your bathroom. TWO CAKES FOR 2S( The regular jirfco . . . Of each col. JERGENS VIOLET SOAP A lovely^ transparent soap ·with the odor of fresh violets. ·TWO CAKES F O R VSji rice_. j. . ISf oorf, cote JEROENS BATH TABLETS TLree tints and three refreshing flower perfumes. TWO tARGE TABLETS FOR ISf The npdar prica . . . ISf each tablet * JERGENS LUXURIOUS TOILET SOAP Convenient h a n d - f i t t i n g shape. Four tints and. fragrances. TWO CAKES FOR 25( The r»£iJar prra . WOODBURY'S FAMOUS SHAMPOOS Woodbury's Liquid Castile for DRY Scalp Woodbury's Tar Shampoo . . . . . for OILY Scalp Woodhury's Cocoanut Oil Shampoo, for Normal Scalp TWO BOTTLES FOR 50f The rrgular price . . . iff tod, toula * BUY ONE AND GET ONE FREE! FEBRUARY 20 1931 BYRD INSPECTS NAVY'S NEW DIRIGIBbE Photo shows' Rear Admiral Richard E. Byrd, Antarctic explorer, as he viewed the giant navy airship, under construction nt te Goody ear-Zeppelin dock, Akron, Ohio. Immediately following- the visit Byrd expresed his enthusiasm for lighter-than-air craft and sent telegrams to several senators, urging the passage of the McNary-ParUer merchant airship bill at the present session of congress. At Admiral Byrd's right, above, is his former scout orderly, Paul Siple, who acompanied him on the South Pole expedition, and, at his left, is P. \V. Utchfield, president of Goodyear. SURVEY PLANNED OF WASTE LANDS R e s o l u t i o n Before Iowa House Asks Outlining of Wild Life Program. DBS MOINES, Feb. 20. OB--A wo year survey of Iowa's waste ands and lake regions with a view o outlining- a 25 year program of ild life restoration was advised in joint resolution submitted to the ouse of representatives today by he committee on conservation. The resolution recommended the ppropriation of $25,000 to financ .he survey and advised the appoint ment of an' expert park and land cape engineer to do the work. The ngineer should be from outside the :ate, the resolution said, to forestal nfiuence of local interests or politi al favoritism. Funds available for the fish and a me department and the board ?o onservation would be budgetec ver the 25 year period for the ac uisition of ,waste lands, streams marshes and 5ake. borders and fo ie establishment of fish hatcher es, game preserves and bird sane uaries. At Mason City's THEATERS FRIDAY ONLY REQUEST DAY See Two Shows for the Price of One --REGULAR FEATURED FREDRIC MARCH INA CLAIRE --in-The Royal Family. STARTS 3:00 5:45 8:30 ©£ Broadway LON CHANEY --IN-"THUNDER" A THRILLING TALE OF THE ROARING RAILS STARTS .1:00 . 4:30 7:15 10:00 STARTING SATURDAY FIRST SHOWING IN THE STATE Here they are -- the whole ^delicious Haddock Family- dished up with p l e n t y of trimmings, and piping hot for Paris! From "Mr. ana Mrs. Haddock Abroad," by Donald Ogden Stewart ZASU PITTS JACKIE SEARL Laugh The Year LEOr* ERR.OL MITZI GREEN R. N. Reuber, M. D. 21i/ 2 s. Federal (Above J. J. Nowberry Store) INTERNAL MEDICINE PHYSICAL THERAPY SKIN DISEASES ' Telephone, Office 3880, Res. 2500 KELLY'S HARP ORCHESTRA OF OSAGE Will Flay for the AMERICAN LEGION OLDT1ME DANCE Saturday Night, February 21 AT THE ARMORY Admission Always 25c New ventilating system now in oneration. "For two years I suffered with irregularities, frequent headaches and general weakness. I tried various medicines but all to no avail. I read about your highly praised medicine, Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, gave it a trial and obtained wonderful results from it. I am a stenographer and bookkeeper and I have recommended the Vegetable Compound to other girls who work."--Stella T. Culkosky, 2413 Delaware Street, Gary, Indiana. A comedy cast of adults am juveniles, known wherever motio: pictures are shown, was assemble by Paramount for "Finn and Plat tie," the Donald Odgen Stewar comedy picture which will show a the Palace theater for four days starting Saturday. The humorou Haddock adventures, directed bj Norman Taurog and Norman Me Leod from a screen play by Sair Mintz, has that rubber-kneed come dian who won first screen honors in "Only Saps Work," Leon Err6l In the leading comic role. Zazi Pitts, mournful-eyed, sad-voicec feminine fun-maxer, whose single scene in Nancy Carroll's "The Devil's Holiday," as the hotel telephone girl, almost turned the picture into a screaming comedy, is Mrs. Haddock to the life. Mitzi Green, the "I've Got a Secret" chile of "Sweetie," and a star in her own right at 9 years of age, is seen with Jackie Searle, the "Rid brother' of "Tom Sawyer," as the Haddock hooligans. Others in the cast include Lilyan Tashman, blond siren of the upper rank o£ film favorites- Regis Toomey, seen most recently with George Bancroft in "Scanda Sheet." --o^ "Cimarron" opens a one-week engagement Saturday at the Ceci theater. Spectacular scenes abounc in this production, but they are a new kind. Thru the wizardry of tht director, they transcend mere spectacles 'and become inspiring flashes which punctuate and make the production as realistic as early Oklahoma itself. "Cimarron" has been adapted faithfully from Edna Ferber's novel. It stands as the screen's first notable amalgamation of spectacle and story, in which the mighty characterizations of thi? author have not been sacrificed in attaining immensity of background Richard Dix plays Yancey Cravat vivid, brilliant, striking central character of the Ferber novel, Irene Dunne is seen as Cabra his wife. Heading one of the m'ost brilliant supporting casts e.ver brot to the screen are such players as Estello Taylor, William Collier Jr Edna May Oliver, Nance O'Neii and George E. Stone. ' ~*~ The spectacle of a woman torn between love for a man and a sense of duty has always possessed a romantic interest. It makes little difference whether the duty involved ia to her country or her family or whether the man she loves is worthy of her devotion or not! It's the spirit of the thing that wins the sympathy! An appealing depiction of a woman in such a spot is contained in "The Down Trail," Columbia's latest Buck Jones' feature, which comes to the Strand theater Saturday. The girl in the case is, June Denton daughter of the richest cattleman in the Texas Panhandle district--and, the man is Larry Williams, the young sheriff of the county. When Larry learns that Junes brother is guilty of murder, he has no alternative but to arrest him. As a result not only the Den;on family but all the cowmen in the vicinity rise up in revolt. June is in an agony of indecision. Shall she remain loyal to her family and condemn the man she loves^-or vice versa? After much · thrilling dramatic action, a satisfactory climax is reached. A sound picture of tho sea, with wafes breaking over the bow of a ship, the hawsers groaning and the crew, chanting, is the attraction at the Iowa theater Friday and Saturday.'It is "The "Delightful Rogue" with Rod La Rocque. The story, according to critics, is replete- with drilling adventure with a tropical setting that no doubt surpasses in scenic beauty any film ever booked at the Iowa. Rita Le Roy, a tall beautiful girl, whose entrance into pictures dates with the talkie era 'lays opposite. La Rocque as an is- and cabaret dancer. It is to Miss La Roy that the theme song of the fay film is entrusted--"Gay Love." vritten by Oscar Levant and Sidney Jara, Radio Pictures song-writing earn who turned' out the national it, "My Dream Memory " first in- roduced in "Street Girl." --o-"Tho .Royal Family of Broadway" is being presented for the last time Friday evening at the Palace. The request picture, "Thunder,"' with Lon Chaney, is also being shown Friday. It is a mighty drama of the railroad. --o-The Cecil is showing "The Bachelor Father" for the last time Friday night. Marion Davies heads the cast. "Hold Everything" is to* be shown for the last time Friday at the Strand. --o-Meteor May Strike America Only Once During 9,300 Years IOWA CITY, Feb. 20. (UP)--An article appearing in the current issue of Popular Astronomy by C. C. Wylie, head of the astronomy department at the University of Iowa, states that an American maybe hit by a meteor once in about 9,300 years. The area in which a meteor can fall and injure a person is about 10 square feet, Wylie explained. The United States consists of 3,000,000 square miles and there are 120,000,000 persons in the United States. . Hence the entire population actually .occupies only 43 square miles of the total area. With the assumption that the population is uniformly distributed, there would have to be 70,000 meteoric falls before one would drop in the space occupied by human beings. It has been judged that there is a meteoric fall every 16 months, Wylie said. For the full 70,000 to fall would take 93,000 years. Because of the probable inaccuracy of the judgment and the fact that many of the falls are too small to be considered, Wylie multiplied the rate by 10 which indicated that the American nation may expect one death every 9,300 years caused by a meteor. ' General Butler to Ask for Leave of Absence PHILADELPHIA, Feb. 20. ;!)_ Maj. Gen. Smedley D. Butler announced today that he would ask the navy, department for an immediate leave of absence so that he might help swell the funds for the relief of the unemployed. Last Times FRIDAY! "House of personal Service" Her Daddy Was a Bachelor --and she won her way Into his ! Merry Marion's happiest hit! MARION la "The BACHELOR FATHER" with 3AUPH FORBES - BIG OAST BELASCO'S FAMOUS STAGE HIT. A TALKIE SMASH! m I ROMANTIC, GLAMOROUS STORY OF THE TROPIC SEAS lOc 2Sc COMEDY, NEWS CARTOON lOc 25c Last Times Today--Double Feature Program Two Features--One Price UNIT No. 1 "Don't Bet on Women" with Jeanette MacDonald Una Merkel Roland Young- This Feature. Starts at 2:21. 4:51. 7:21, 9:51 UNIT No. 2 --and-- ner n Both features brimful of comedy. You must sco this double bill. This feature starts at 1:04, 3:34, C:04, 8:34 ^ · - · '^^i--^MIRIAM iEEGAR THE SCitjBBN'S UUEATEST OUTDOOR PICTURE Shots in the night . . . and thousands of cattle charging wildly over the knoll where the heroine lay. INDIANS ARE COMING The Nash is remarkably free from squeaks, is Ion£-lived and trouble- free because Nash employs-Chassis TN ALL three Nash Eight-cylinder series, Bijur Automatic J- Chassis Lubrication cushions the chassis. This system automatically rasters oil in exactly the correct amount to the various chassis bearings, as the motor runs; eliminates hand lubrication and service expense; and assures perfect chassis lubrication to all points without any attention of the car owner. Let us show you how this wonderful lubrication system works. 18 New Eights, $945 to $2025 - - 4 New Sixes, $795 to $845 Prices F. O. B. Factories THE "Dealfor Today's Dollar 223 SECOND ST. g. W* ^^^^.^ PHONE 20*

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