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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 11

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, March 15, 1934
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MARCH 11934 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE Taken Under Advisement. ALLISON, March 15.--The case of N. H. Relnts vs. H. J. DeBuhr, «nd application to sell the Popkes farms, has been taken under advisement by Judge M. F. Edwards, following presentation of all evidence. The land was sold by court order Jan. 27 to John Schoenemann, Sr., for the sum of ?6,800. ,PALACS SHOWING At Mason City THEATERS MAJOR FEATURE! Kdw. 0. ROBINSON in "DARK HAZARD" with Glenda Farrell Senevleve Tobin Dorothea WIECK Alice BRADY In Rupert HuxhM' 'Miss Fane's Baby is Stolen' with Baby LeBoy "ESKIMO" IS AN EDUCATION. "Kskimo," playing last times Friday at the Cecil, can be said to stand by Itself as pictorial description of a particular locale. It brings the Arctic region before you in the same manner that "Trader Horn" showed you Africa. In addition, the plot of the film is sufficient to keep it out of the category of a travelog. Then, of course, there are the pictures of Mason City's latest claim to fame, the episode at the bank Tuesday. « * * Two Interesting Hhows, combining a high grade of acting with sufficient action, end their run Friday at the Palace. "Miss Fane's Baby Is Stolen" depicts the various angles of the "snatch" racket, and "Dark Hazard" brings Edward G. Robin- Comlnr Saturday: LAUGHTER! MUSIC! GIBtSI "1 LIKE IT THAT WAI"' --and-"HOLD THAT GIRL" ·Vanici Dunn Claire Trevor ANNUAL ST. PATRICK'S D A N C E Clear Lake Country Club SATURDAY AND SUNDAY MARCH 17, 18 George Shu'ey and hiB Orchestra, Iowa's collegiate tunesters. A St. Patrick's celebration. You'll have a Better Time at the Clubhouse. 40c PER PERSON CECIL .TOD AY! -- Ends Friday 'ESKIMO WIFE TRADERS' Thrilling Drama of the Arctic Special Added Feature! SCENES OF MASON CITY BANK ROBBERY! YOU'LL LAUGH... I Starts SATURDAY! As you've never laughed before... at Will Rogers mixing love and Worses ,.. fixing his young friend's romance ... singing his trotting horse to victory! ll U);ff ROGER! // LOUISE DRESSER i with. STEPIN'FETCHIT V EVELYN VENABLE "You will meet a tall dark man! Even at best, the words of the crystal gazer leave the ivhea and where of fulfillment in doubt. Not so with the Long Distance telephone. "Meet me at the station at 9:15" says a. voice over the telephone, and the meeting is arranged. Friends may be hundreds of mile* away, but by long Distance they arc as near »s jxmr telephone. Information is obtained ... good news shared ... plans made . . . regardless of miles between. KEEP IN TOUCH WITH FRIENDS B* LONG DISTANCE son to you as a gambler from the word go. . * * * "THE FIGHTING CODE" IS NEW BUCK JONES FILM. Buck Jones, familiar name In western movies, is cast as the star in "The Fighting Code," which adds to bis long list of western triumphs. At the Iowa Friday and Saturday. * * ? Tom Tyler, not quite the veteran that our friend Buck is, but still plenty good, shows the way in "When a Man Rides Alone" western thriller which begins a two day gn- gageraent Friday at the Strand. * » » Will Rogers l» reported to portray his greatest role as "Davis Harum" in the picture of that came which starts a four day run Saturday at the Cecil theater. The part --that of a country banker and horse trader--should be a natural for him. * * · NEW PAIR STAR IN PALACE FILM SATURDAY Gloria Stuart and Roger Pryor, starred together for the first time in musical comedy, play in "I Like It That Way" which starts a four day run Saturday at the Palace on the same bill with James Dunn and Clair Trevor in "Hold that Girl." a fast moving production in which Dunn is cast as a police detective and Miss Trevor as a reporter. * * * El Brendel and Walter Catlett head the cast of "Olsen's Big Moment," the tale of a Swedish janitor's troubles in trying to get his night off. Catlett, as a society stew, gets in some good cracks. This picture plays Sunday and Monday at the Strand. * * * Katharine Hepburn In "Morning Glory" will appear Sunday and Monday at the Iowa theater. Her performance in this film was cited as one of the best film performances during the year 1933 after careful consideration by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. Northwood Lions Are Entertained at Manly MANLY, March 35. -- Fifteen members of the Northwood Lions club were guests of the Manly Lions club at the Manly hotel Tuesday evening. A musical program was presented. Miss Urban, music instructor in the Northwood school, was also a. guest with the girls and boys' quartets of the Northwood high school. Forty-five guests attended. Showing FRI. AND SAT. Tom Tyler In His JUtut Western " Mt ADDED SUBJECTS COJIEDV--"GOOD BAD MAX" CARTOON---"PICKNECKLNG" I'ATIIE NEWS FIRST PICTURE OF ENTHRONEMENT OF MANCHUKUO EMPEROR This Associated Pttw picture, rashad from Hslnking, Manchukuo, provides the first view of ceremonies incident to the enthronement of Henry Pu-Yl, former boy emperor of China, as Emperor Kang Teh of Mwi- chukuo, the world's newest empire. Kwg Teh (center) Is shown retiring from his "communion with heaven after the solemn religious ceremony of enthronement, his sacrifice at the Altar of Heaven. Walking ahead of him is Hu Tze-yuan, master of ceremonies. At the right In Kang Teh In the uniform of a field marshal of the Manchukuoan army which he wore In the enthronement ceremonies. ELEVEN |Brunner, New Haven, Speaks at St. Ansgar Meeting of Creamery ST. ANSGAR, March 15.--The St Ansgar Creamery company held its annual meeting Tuesday afternoon at Wilkes hall. Julius Brunner well known buttcrmaker and butter authority of New Haven, gave a talk. The financial statement for tho year shows receipts for butter shipped and sold amounted to $98,129 10 The amount paid for cream during the year was J83.993.93. Total pounds of cream received were 1,484.803 and the pounds of butterfat totaled 391,114. Number of pounds of butter sold was 486,953. The company made a creditable showing in the average price paid for butterfat throughout the year, 22c and a fraction. Officers who served on the board for 1933 were all re-elected at tho meeting as follows: M. George Tollefson, president; Henry Tesch, vice president; O. C. Seefeld, secretary- manager; Fred Belz and Henry Dieterichs, directors . Called to Missouri. MARBLE ROCK--J. D.. and C. B. Moore were called to Trenton, Mo., by the death of their mother, Mrs. Isabel Moore, 79. PEDESTRIAN IS STRUCK BY CAR McCallister of Emmetsburg m Critical Condition at Hospital. EMMETSBURG, March 15.-Sherman McAllister, 58, Emmetsburg, was today in a critical condition in the Palo Alto hospital, suffering a fractured skull and broken shoulder, received Wednesday night when he was struck by a car. An auto driven by C. R. McKinney of Spencer, salesman, met a car with bright lights and struck McAllister, who was walking along the road a mile "west of Emmetsburg. McKinney was not held. Give Concert at Bcauford. KIESTER, Minn., March 15.-The Rev. H. L. Hilton took his or chestra, consisting of 12 members to Beauford, Minn., where they de livered a concert Wednesday nigh in the United Brethren church.. IOWA Eve. 20c FRI. SAT. Child. JOc HE B L A Z E D A ' T R A I L TO A WOMAN-S H E A R T vUories CharlesCityNews jas Franchise Studied at Charles City; 25 Year Grant Expiring CHARLES CITY, March 15.-Charles City officials are confronted with the problem of deciding what ilan to follow with the expiration )f the franchise of the Charles City as company April 10. The present ordinance was enacted 25 years ago under the administration of the late John Legel. In order that the service may not be interrupted it will be necessary for the city council to take some action in this matter soon. The subject has been given much consideration by the mayor and councilmen at the various regular and special meetings recently. Negotiations have been going on with the gas company through Helmer Hansen of Chicago who is.secretary of the Federal Public Service cor poration which owns all the stock o the local company. _ Leo "Lankie,'division manager of this corporation, from Savannah, Dl., and former' manager of the plant here, has also been here negotiating for an extension of the present franchise. Some investigation as to the probable costs of a municipal owned company has been made. is diplomatic work in Russia, Tur- .ey, Central and South America. L. H. Henry, editor of the local daily, fa given a toast and bouquet of oses in honor of his birthday, 'rank Fisher who made the presentation speech and Mr. Henry are imong the few charter members of ie club. Mrs. Catherine Hensley is seri- iusly ill at the Starr home. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Meggitt held open house for 50 friends in honor of their fortieth wedding anniversary at their home in the country. The group included six friends who attended their wedding in Charles City. Miss Cora Kreuger reviewed the book, "The Great Technology" at the meeting of the book and play group of the A. A. U. W. at the home of Kate Palmer Tuesday evening. Will Blumenstiel, photographer and naturalist, exhibited his collection to the science club in the high school yesterday. He has some very unusual specimens of butterflies that came from South America. ST. PATRICK'S DAY CARNIVAL DANCE AVALON BALL ROOM Sunset Inn, Manly SATURDAY, MARCH CHESTER FIELD And His Hawkeye Club Orchestra 17 TUESDAY, MARCH 20 BOBBY GRIGGS LADIES 250 GENTS 40c ADDED--NICK KENNY'S RADIO THBILLS "THE STREET SINGER" (Arthur Tracy) CAKTOON -- NEWS -- NOVELTIES JU45T TIME THCBS. "Gold Diggers of 1933" A. single room with bath at TheAstor--at as low as'SS today-- gives-- leading hotel service; finest New York location; smarter hotel prestige ; larger, airier rooms ; liwurious fiur» Jj jobbings; the leading hotel value. Charles Cityans Return From Institute Series CHARLES CITY, March IS--The Rev. and Mrs. Ralph Hall Collis have returned home after conducing six vacation church school institutes last week at Britt, Osage, Decorah, Independence and Cedar Falls. These institutes were part of a series of 30 conducted by 5 different teams in the state. Tonight the Rev. Mr. Collis- will speak in the First Methodist church in Sumoer ivhere the Rev. Mr. George Turner s pastor. Mrs Collis will accompany him. Many Students Enter Home Music Contest CHARLES CITY, March 15.--The annual home music contest will be aeld tonight in the high school audi- :orium. Marion Johnson, Geraldine Taylor and Harriet Simpson will compete in the soprano solo group. Lucile Simpson, Thelma Musser, Lila Bucknell and Margaret Fods are entered in the contralto solo section. Lorene England and Helen Taylor will compete in piano solo contest. Cleone Kennard and Paul Moore will play French horn solos. Edward Melcher, Paul Smith and James Patrick will sing tenor solos. Malcolm Sanders and Dale Schneider will be the contestants in the trumpet solo contest. The baritone-bass solo group will include Robert Bryan, Clarence Matteson, Joe Cerwinski and Warren Murphy. There will also be competition in three small vocal groups. One Person * R A T E S With bath or shmcer «P Two Perions $4 ujfc Twin Beds *5 up Two Persons: Two rooms, one bath *o t»2 Three Personal Two rooms, one bath *6 up Four Persons: Two rooms, one bath '7 up Suites: Parlor, bedroom bath . *9 "? Avion Only great Hotel entering right on TIMES SQUARE--t/ie heart of NEW YORK CHARLES CITY BRIEFS CHARLES CITY, March 15.--C. C. Smith, chairman of the re-employment commission stated 228 men and two women had been given employment during the month of February in Floyd county. Galen Daub was given a suspend ed sentence of 15 days in jail yesterday by John McGeeney for assault and battery in the Peck restaurant. George Fletcher filed the :omplaint. Chris Hauser, Klmer Lindaman and H. W. Grossman attended the meeting of the Floyd-Mitchell- Chickasaw Tri-County association of funeral directors in New Hamp ton Tuesday evening. There was ai attendance of 25 men including di rectors from Howard and Winne shiek counties who were guests. Alfred T. 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All for price of 4 1 1 fi «P ·^· Lu Sloan's Liniment New 4 Square Eversharp Pencil. 4 square pencil, 4 square erasers, 4 wimple 4-7 C ~ " 50c Forhan's Tooth Powder, large cnn 75c Brushless Shaving Cream, 1 pound 5flc Wild Cherry Honey Cough Synip ...... 31p

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