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EIGHT MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH 9 1936 At Mason City THEATERS BJ K. j. r. FRED AND GINGER SCOKE AGAIN. Ever since "Flying Down to Rio," which (if memory serves correctly) marked the screen debut of tie dancing team of Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers, customers have flocked to theaters everywhere to see this nimble-footed pair "go t town." These customers, and mor too, will continue to flock as Ion as the Astaire-Rogers combinatio continues to furnish the superlativ brand of rhythm and comedy whic they have to date in their severa film appearances. "Follow the Fleet," their lates effort, is scheduled through Tues day at the Cecil. Suffice it to say that Astaire an- Rogers give you plenty for you money, and allow your reviewer t throw some bouquets at Harrie Hilliard. Des Moines product, whi Starts Tuesday THE TRUE "INSIDE STORY" that sent its author to Staggering secrets of the" war onthe"policy"racket-thefirst time on any screen-by Martin Mooney.whowenttojailrather than betray.-his information. STUART ERWIN Â· JOSEPH CALLEIA From the story by MARTIN MOONEY PLUS: THIS BIG COMPANION FEATURE: Hunted by killer*! trailed by bloodhounds! DEW ISIATID wS\ T E R Ends Monday: with VTCTOt FLORENCE NO8MAI J O R 7 RICE F O S f E "The Calling of and "The,Lady Dan Matthews" Consents" NOW-- I It-ft I I f\\tj TUP El CFT" Closer H, nds TUBS. rOLLUVY i n t r L t t l Fred A ., Ends losere italre WED. and THURS. Only 2 Days! The Biggest Show Combination We Have Ever Offered! A BIG STAGE SHOW AND A BIG FEATURE PICTURE ATTRACTION PAUL CHOLET AND . ,.HtS. ' O The THREE PAYNE BROTHERS THE 'RENDEZVOUS Girl Keeps a Date with the Screen's Irresistible Lover! THE KANAZAWA JAPS "Sensational Japanese Acrobats' BARNEY STAR "WIZARD OF THE ACCORDION' THREE 1VAOXEB SISTERS 'Dancers of Excellence* JEAXEIIE tEE "Siren ol Song" RUTH SEE ' POWELL THE KIITENEITES "Pretty Little lads'" "Novelties In Radium" "THE KRAZY KATS OF RHYTHM" "CNUSEAI. NOVEL STAGE BAND" 25 -- PEOPLE -- 25 THIS BIG SHOW AT NO ADVANCE IN PRICES MAT. : EVE. 26c = 36c to HAPPEN" WITH GEORGE RAFT ROSALIND RUSSELL LEO CARRILLO ARLINE JUDGE For a flftrzllnjc srirl beyond MÂ» rcarh . . . hr llÂ»7,cd hlj way to dizzy helKhts! breaks into the spotlight as Ginger's sister in this picture, and RandolpI Scott, the large sized ex-hero of western thrillers. Scott, as you no doubt remember, did right well with Astaire and Ginger in "Roberta." There is also a diminutive monkey a pet of Astaire's which came so close to stealing the show in each scene in which it appeared that the directors allowed it only three or four spots. CURRENT FEATURES CECIL--Ends Tuesday, "Follow the Fleet." PALACE--Ends Monday, "The Lady Consents" and "Calling of Dan Matthews." Starts Tuesday, "Exclusive Story" and "Escape From Devil's Island." S T R A N D -- Ends Tuesday, "Rendezvous"' and "You May Be Next." STATE--Ends Tuesday, "Dark Angel" and "King Solomon ol Broadway." WHERE CAN VOL' SEE A BIGC.ER SHOW THAX THIS AT THESE PRICES? MARTIN MOONEY'S Â·EXCLUSIVE STORY" In a dramatic gunfight up and down a dimly lighted hallway in New York's Harlem district, the most notorious gang of hoodlums since prohibition times is wiped out in a battle led by Harry Barton, crusading young newspaper attorney. For further details, see "Exclusive Story," starting Tuesday at the Palace. Franchot Tone and Madge Evans head a brilliant cast which includes Stuart Brwin, Joseph Calleia, Robert Barrat, J. Farrell MacDonald, Louise Henry and many others. 'Exclusive Story" was written by Hartin Mooney, who recently faced fire from the grand jury and was sent to prison for refusing to divulge the source of the informa- :ion written into a series of stirring articles in a New York newspaper. The most exciting film in many a month, it is based on a real-life newspaperman's experiences with he powers behind the notorious 'policy racket" of metropolitan cities. Swiftly and dramatically it hows the machinations of the gang behind the "million dollar acket" and its destruction by a r oung attorney working on information supplied by the daughter of a victim. This is Tone's first picture since his widely acclaimed portrayal in 'Mutiny on the Bounty," and the irst in which he is teamed with iladge Evans. On the same bill is "Escape from Devil's Island," thrilling tale of the mysterious French penal colony off the coast of South America. In an atractire state setting, the It Kat Klub revue comes to the ecil for two days starting Wednes- ay. The show embodies music, ing, dancing comedy and nov- Hy. Paul Cholet, star of radio and usical comedy, is billed as master f ceremonies. "It had to Happen" vill provide the screen fare. * Â» * ANN HARDING, HERBERT IARSHALL PLEASE AT PALACE Either Ann Harding or Herbert Marshall can always be depended n to give a smooth, sophisticated erformance, and the result, when ley appear together, is "The Lady "onsents," which finished its local ngagement Monday at the Palace, he story of their love and married fe, the former, apparently, and the alter, actually, interrupted for a ime by Margaret Lindsay's con- uest of Marshall, is perfect for the air. Ann Harding, previously a fa- orite with this reviewer nearly en- rely because of her acting ability, eems a little more beautiful than usual in "The Lady Consents." The supporting- cast is good all the way trough, with Edward Ellis exceptionally fine as Marshall's father. The companion picture on the bill, O , w William Powell in "RENDEZVOUS" --and-Ann Sothern, Lloyd Nolan --in-"You May Be Next" a FREDRIC MARCH 1 Now 1 Ends * Tues. MERLE OBERON Herbert Marshall "The Dark Angel" -Co-Feature - WED. IS BIG THRILL DAY! D A N C E Avalon Ball Room MANLY, IOWA Tuesday, March 10 AL MENKE and His Orchestra Ladles 25c Gents 50c Old Time Dance Thursday, March 12 Music by ART'S NIGHT HAWKS Admission 25c COMING March 17 For St. Patrick's Day Carnival ana Dance JACK ALLEN "The Calling of Dan Matthews/ with Richard Arlen. doesn't match up to "The Lady Consents." Arlen does a good but uninspired piece of acting and the others in the cast mostly unknowns, are all right, bul the picture itself seems a little out of kilter. In modernizing Harold Bell Wright's novel, the movie writers have made the play a little silly in spots and have done a rather poor piece of writing all around. Charles City News Parents Given Blame for Crime by Youth by Waterloo Sheriff CHARLES CITY--Sheriff H. T. Wagner, Waterloo, was guest speaker at the second of the series of Lenten union meetings Sunday night at the high school auditorium and gave, from his 26 years experience, his views of crime, its sources and methods of correction. He declared the present youth no more criminally minded or careless than the last generation but that the parents of the present day were 10 times as bad; that the average of criminals at the present time is 23 and that most crime in its inception can be laid at the door of bad home influences or lack of good ones. Public sentiment, the sheriff stated, is one of the best agencies of crime prevention and he cited two instances to show how it has worked in the past: The aroused public sentiment over the kidnapping of the Lindbergh baby, which virtually ended that crime in America, and the desire of the citizens of Chicago, greatly heightened by the murder of Mayor Cermak, to rid the city of gangsters during the Century of Progress exposition. The speaker said that, although crime seems to be on the run, it was not licked and would always remain a serious menace as long as there was such a thing as human nature and he earnestly voiced the desire of all law enforcement officers for more co-operation on the part of citizens in general and a higher feeling of responsibility and greater intolerance of crime by the public. The Rev. G. A. Hess, pastor of .he Christian church, was director of the service in which all the churches in the city .are co-operat- .ng during the Lenten season. Schools to Compete in Declam Tuesday; Music Contest Is Postponed CHARLES CITY--The state preliminary declamatory contest will e held here Tuesday evening at .':30 in the high school auditorium when first place winners from Marble Rock, Floyd, Colwell and Charles City will appear on the program. Manley Coover, Lewis Lapham and Harold Frederick are the local con- estants. The music contest which was or- ginally set for Thursday night of his week will be held Saturday, March 14, as the judges were enraged for Thursday night. The first program will be at 3 p. m. and the second at 7:30 p. rn. Winners in this contest will represent the school in the sub-district contest to be held here March 20 and 21, when 18 schools will compete. ilwood to Give Talk at Charles City on Tuesday CHARLES CITY--Two outstanding events are scheduled this week which are sponsored by women's organizations. Prof. Phillip H. Elwood, rr., head of the state planning board and associated with the department )f architecture at Iowa State col- ege, will speak at a meeting of the history and travel department of the Woman's club Tuesday evening in the Congregational church. Men's organizations in the city have been nvited to hear the address which will deal with community problems. Reinold Schmidt, who has sung with Chicago and Philadelphia opera companies, will present the third number of the artists' series in the high school -auditorium Thursday evening, March 12. He will give a baritone recital under the auspices of the P. T. A. council. Charles City Briefs CHARLES CITY--New officers elected at the regular meeting of the P- E. O. are Mrs. Milton Dunlap, president; Mrs. J. E. Waggoner, vice president; Mrs. Katherine Tift, recording secretary; Mrs. H. A. Slinger, corresponding secretary; Miss Clara Smith, treasurer; Miss Pamela Fluent, chaplain and Miss Alice Sheldon, guard. Mrs. Dunlap was elected delegate to the state convention to be held in Ottumwa, May 12, 13 and 14. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Keefe are the parents of a son whom they have named Patrick McQuillen Keefe. The Rev. P. E. Freleigh of the Missionary Alliance in Mason City had charge of the services in the Evangelical Mission Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. George Fluhrer have returned from a ten weeks' stay in California. There are three candidates for two vacancies on the board of education running in the election Monday. They are W. E. Frudden. Joe Kicherer and Dr. R.-H. Koenig. Plan Schoolmen's Conference. MOUNT VERNON -- Saturday, March 28, has been announced by Dean T. R. McConnell as the date for the fourth annual schoolmen's conference at Cornell college here. Progressive reorganization of the secondary school curriculum will be stressed in the program this year, Funeral of Mrs. Dunn to Be at Gordonsville CLENVILLE, Minn. -- Word has been received by relatives here that Mrs. Percy Dunn of New England, N. Dak., died March 5. The body will be brought here. Funeral services will be held at 2 o'clock Wednesday afternoon at the Methodist church in Gordonsville, the Rev. W. E. Thompson officiating. Burial will be made in the State Line cemetery. Mrs. Dunn grew to womanhood in Gordonsville and is a sister of Jay Turbet of Gordonsville. Besides her husband and a large number of children, she is survived by many relatives in this vicinity. Leave for Illinois , POPEJOY-- Messrs. Lawrence, Clarence and Ralph Harmon and Mrs. Isa Humes left Friday for Louisville, 111., to attend' the funeral of their father and grandfather, F. C. Harmon, who died following a prolonged illness. Many North lowans in Honor List Announced for Cornell College MOUNT VERNON--Â·Undergradu- ates attaining the scholastic honor roll for the first semester of the academic year, have been announced at Cornell college. A minimum of 13 hours class work is required for this recognition. Six students had a straight "A" record and made the high honors roster: Mary Ellen Moore of Tipton, formerly of St. Ansgar; William Owen of Osage, Charlotte Radsliff of Minneapolis; Donald Rugg of Rochester, N. Y., Nina Trump of Polo, 111., and Edward Weismiller of Appleton, Wis. Honoris were awarded a group of 40. North lowans were Ruth Courson of Belmond; Joseph Fink of Mason City; Frances Peshak of St. Ansgar. . 2 Swaledale Baptist Women's Groups Elect SWALEDALE--Election of officers for the Baptist Ladies Mission Circle and the Ladles Aid was held at the John Benson home Friday. The following .were elected: Mrs. Mattie Carr, president, Mrs. John Benson, vice president, Mrs. Milo Hosking, secretary and treasurer for the Mission Circle and Mrs. George Hanks, president, Mrs. Alfred Christiansen, vice president, and Miss.Kittie Hemphill, secretary and treasurer of the Ladies Aid. Mrs. Charles Crabb of Mason City presented the lesson on Burma. Planned for 10 Saturdays CRYSTAL LAKE--The Crystal Lake consolidated school will operate on Saturdays for 10 Saturdays to make up two weeks of school -which was missed during the snow blocked roads. More than two weeks of school was missed, however. Resident of Iowa for 55 Years Is Buried in Greene; Funeral Held GREENE--Funeral services for William Fiddick who died at the hospital at Waterloo Friday night were held at the Guenther funeral home and at the local Methodist church Sunday afternoon, with the Rev. J. E. DeLong officiating. Mr. B'iddick, 76, was a resident of Iowa 55 years, having been a farmer the greater part of that time. He was born at Cape Town, Africa and when a child moved with his parents to England and from there to America. He is survived by one son, Galen of Osage and two daughters, Miss Haze] and Miss Vera, both of Waterloo; one brother, Thomas of Cameron, Mo., and two sisters, Mrs. Silas Maxson, Marble Rock and Mrs. Stephen Wicks of Monravia, Cal. He had made his home with a niece, Mrs. Ethel Marsh at Greene the past seven years. 1 as front page news! 2 Jackets of Cellophane seal-in the FRESHNESS of the Prize Crop Tobaccos in Double-Mellow" Old Golds OUTER cellophane JACKET opens from the bottom INNER cellophane JACKET opens from the top DOUBLE-MONEY-BACK OFFER as made to smokers since October 6,1935 Take a sporting chance on a pack of Double-Mellow Old Golds. Smoke half the pack. If you don't say they're the finest you ever tasted, mail the package 0 P. Lorlllud Co.. 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