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January 30, 1937

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 3

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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, JANUARY 30 M 1937 THREE JURY DECLARES FOR DEFENSE But No Damages Awarded at Novthwood in Suit and Countersuit. . NORTHWOOD -- A jury returned a sealed verdict, reached Friday night at 9 o'clock, and opened Saturday, finding for the defendant but awarding no damages in ihe action brought by George Kalgaarden, farmer west of Kensett, against Walter Walk ol the Grafton vicinity. Kalgaai-den asked damages o£ $520 for medical services and pain and.suffering as a result o£ injuries received when his car and the Walk auto collided last September two miles north of Kensett as Kalgaarden was attempting to pass Walk's car. The suit had originally included damages to the car and loss of time, but these were later excluded u= Kalgaarden was not the owner of the damaged car, a partnership with a brother entering into" Ihe transaction. Walk had asked damages of $210 for medical services and suffering, and for damage to his car in the counter claim filed in his behalf in the action. The jury was obtained early Thursday and examination of witnesses was completed at 11 a. m., Friday. S. L. Mayncs of Mason City appeared as attorney for Kalgaarden with the law firm of. Bryant and Bryant as Walk's attorneys. The jury received instructions from Judge M. H. Kepler at 3:15 p. m., Friday and retired to consider the evidence. MOVIE PARADE By D. B. K. ROMANCE IN VIENNA IS IN "CHAMPAGNE WALTZ" Romance in Vienna, to the toot- ings of a hot American swing band, and to the strains of the old- fashioned waltz--is the story of "Champaigne Waltz," which opened Saturday at the Cecil. Fred MacMurray as the leader of. the swing bond is brought to Vienna by "Bring-'em-trom-Far Away" Gallagher, his press agent, played by .Tack Oakie. Gladys Swarthout has the feminine lead and others in the cast include Veloj; and Yolanda, the celebrated dancing team, and Her- OVER THE WEEK-END CECIL--"Champagne Waltz" through Monday. PALACE--"One Way Pus- sage" and "Arizona Mahoney" through Monday. STATE--"Anthony Adverse'' "arid "They Met in a Taxi." STRAND -- "Ramona" and "Straight From the Shoulder" through Tuesday. LAKE--(Clear Lake)--"Cain and IWabel" through Monday. man Binjr, Fritz Lciber, Frank Forest, Benny Baker and Ernest Cossart. * * « "Hose Marie," one of the outstanding: pictures of IflSG, cu.slarring: Nclsou Eddy and Jcan- c-tle MacDonald, will be. the screen attraction at the Cecil's midnight show to be .held , a t 11:15 lUonday niphl as a hcnclit for Die American Red Cross fund for flood sufferers. * * * William Powell and Kay Francis play the leading roles in "One Way rassajre," a re-issue picture whicli opened at the Palace Saturday. In supporting roles to t h e s e stars are Warren ( H y i n e r , Aline ; [M a c M a h o n, | Frank Mcllucli, Herbert Mundin and others. Joe C o o k 9s "the one m a n circus" stars in the title role of "Arizona Mahoney," a travesty ot life on the plains, in the second feature on WU.JAM.Ppy/ELL me Palace menu. Also in this Zane Grey comedy are .Tune Martc!, Larry Crabbe, Robert Cumminss and Fred Koli- ler. * * * "Anthony Adverse," llcrvey Allen's great novel which repealed its sucess with the public when brought to the screen, makes a return engagement at the Stale, beginning: a three day run t h e r e Sunday. Frcdric iMarch and Olivia de Havilland have the Icadintr roles In "An- Ihony Adverse," with March in Ihe part of Anthony. Also on the program is the comedy, "They Afel in x Taxi," featuring Chester Morris and Fay Wray. ti a * "Itamona," a b e a u t i f u l color picture co-starring Don Amcche and Lorcda Younpr, opens Sunday at the Strnnri in a return engagement in the city. It is a story of the persecution of the Indians in the early Californian days. On the other half of the film bill of fare Is a light but very entertaining little picture, "Straight From the Shoulder." * · * · Clark Gable and IMarion Davies are co-starred in "Cain and .Mabel," which opens a two day engagement at the Lake theater nt Clear Lake Sunday. This Is the. story of a chorus girl and a prize-fighter but f n r actual entertainment the talc is secondary lo n few likeable tunes, best of which is "I'll Sins' You a housand Love SOURS." MASON CITY SCREEN ATTRACTI LEE TRACY AND GLORIA STUART IN "WANTED J A N E TURNER" opening at the Palace Tuesday. George Arliss in "East IMeels West" is on the same program. WILLIAM POWELL WAY LORETTA YOUNG AND DON AMEC1IE HAVE THE LEAD- ing roles in the beautiful color film, "Ramona," which with "Straight From the Shoulder" comprises the double feature menu beginning Sunday at the Strand. Passage" now at the Palace in a double feature program with Zanc Grey's "Arizona Mationcy." PICTURED ABOVE A R E Frcdric March and Olivia dc- Havillaml, nrincipals in "Anthony Adverse" which begins a three day run at the State Sunday. In the lower photograph arc Chester Morris and Fay AVray, who head the cast of "They i\tct in a. Taxi," on the same program. NEITHER 'JL-IJE HEAT NOR THE HUMIDITY, BUT THE GIHL of his dreams (in whose arms he now reposes), is responsible for the pitiable plight of Jack Oakie in (he touching picture above. It's an Incident from "Champagne Waltz," in which the usually liappy-g-o-luclty Mr. Oakie supports Gladys Swarthout and Fred MacMurray, and is showing- through Monday at the New Cecil theater. The lady is Vivienne Osbornc, and the mustache hides Herman Bing. JUAIUON DAVJES, MOST GLAMOROUS OF FEMININE FILM stars and Clark Gable, dream sweetheart of millions of women, have f i n a l l y been teamed ,is screen lovers in "Cain and Mabel," which opens at the Lake theater (Clear Lake) for a twn day rim starting .Sunday. Sheffield Creamery Plans Annual Session SHEFFIELD--T h e Sheffield Community creamery will hold its annual meeting at the Memorial hall Thursday, Feb. 4. The business meeting will be called to order by President George Meyer at 10:30. Reports of the association will be given by Fred Cockram secretary, and K. J. Binger, manager. The annual dinner will be served at noon. A program has been arranged for the afternoon session. Students of the high school w i l l present the one act play, "A Quiet Evening at Home." Wesley Farmers' Co-Op Plans Session Monday . WESLEY--The ammnl meeting ot the Farmers' Co-operative society will hold its a n n u a l meeting in the Klcinpetcr hall Monday a f - ternoon when over 200 stockholders will meet. John Loebig is president of the society. The annual meeting of the Farmers Creamery will be held Saturday, Feb. C. Funeral Riles Held. NEW HAMPTON--Services for Mr?. August Grans who died Wednesday evening were held Saturday afternoon from the Larldn- Knutson funeral home with the Rev. W. D. Spiker, pastor of the Congregational church officiating. Statehouse Highlights DBS MOIN^S, '(/P) --"Senator Frank Byers (R) of Cedar Rapids isn't exactly satisfied with the way the legislature hired a group of men and women as "extra help." Said Byers on the senate floor the other day: "Now j u s t what good is it to have a 'legislative assistant in economics and sociology division of the library' listed here at $4.50 a day? 1 don't believe we need anything l i k e that." CUSTOM Sponsors of the extra help measure, however, told Byers "that's always been the custom. We always have one so senators can avail themselves of his services when Ihcy draft hills." "I'll bet there were very fe\v senators and representatives who had to go to the legislative assistant in economics nnd sociology in the last session," Byers said. "Do you know of anyone who intends to ask his advice?" "Several of us expect to," was the answer. The measure passed. the m a j o r i t y necessary to confirm a number of gubernatorial appointments comes to the floor of the senate. The bill would require a two-thirds vote of the senate to approve., appointment of liquo'- commissioners and sev era j other officials. The catch is ihat on its face the bill would be a good move for republicans and Geske's name is down as one of ils authors. His friend.-, say he denies having anything to do with drafting the bill and did nol know it existed until it was introduced. W O R K. Representative Thomas Siimpson (D) ot Anamosa says he thinks the house would do a lot more woi-lc if it held committee meetings in the morning JANITORS. . . . If the size of the staff is any indication of how things will go, house and senate chambers w i l l be spick and span through out the remainder at the , session. The house and senate ap- | proved a resolution h i r i n g 17 janitors for the two chambers. Also on the extra help list are four elevator tenders, two assist- a n t s in research, four pages to the librarian, a "stenographer for the economics division," and an "assistant messenger to the mail car- TRICK. . . . Senator M. X. Geske (D) o£ McGregor hints he may raise an uproar if a bill changing Now Playing Two Grand Features Visitor at Rudd Knew Mattson, Kidnap Victim RUDD--T. E. Corbett, assistant superintendent of the Milwaukee railroad at Tacoma, Wash., visited his brother, .1. J. Corbett. Thursday. Mr. Corbett lives six- blocks from the Dr. Mattson home and knew young Charles Msttson, the kidnap victim, well. FEATURE NO. 1 T h e i r greatest s t o r y -- Their greatest g l o r y ! The Thin Man at his 1»1. Whal would you do if,.' you only h a one more monll* to live? FEATURE NO. 2 He Fights Guns With ?uns}_ ZANE GREY'S Rollicking comedy of a drug store cowboy laming the wild west! HERE'S ONE PROGRAM YOU CAN'T AFFORD TO MISS! COMING ATTRACTIONS George Arliss in "East Meets West" Lee Tracy in "Wanted Jane Turner" On the Stage -- "Red Hot and Beautiful' Avolon Ballroom Manly, Iowa TUESDAY, FEB. Z Music by CARL NEBBE Ladies 35c Gents 50c OLD-TIME DANCE THURSDAY, FEB. 4 Music by THE JOLLY NORSEMEN Admission 25c and its legislative session In the afternoon. 'When i t s the other way around," Stimpson snid, "you have a hard time, usually, getting a quorum for committees. You could get them together if committee meetings were held in the morning." 80 Attend Father, Son Banquet Held in Algona ALGONA--Nearly 80 persons attended the annual liitlicr and son banquet Thursday evening at the Academy h u l l sponsored by the Knights ot Columbus. Several piano selections were played by John Lee Holtzbauer and Mary McEvoy. Vocal numbers were given by Anita Hose Kohlhans, Evelyn Capedus, Evelyn Eischied and Mary McEvoy. C. H. Oslwin- kle acted as toastmaster and were responded by L. A. Wiukel and Father Ahmann. Lawrence D. Brennti oT Emmetsburff, district deputy, and Roy Couuley or Des Moincs, the state secretary, were present and spoke brief!y. Help Arrives to Put Out Spillville Blaze SPILLVILLE--A chimney tire broke out al the farm ot A. A. Ludwig, but the blaze was exfin- uished by help called before much damage was done. COURT HUSSEY A N D HIS ORCHESTRA 26c and 60c All Tax Included Dance and Floor Show S U N D A Y January 31 Bobby Griggs Orch. will furnish the music and BARBARA ISAACS will present a 30 minute FLOOIt SHOW at 10:30 4(U: PEK PERSON Proceeds w i l l he turned over tii lied Cross for use in Flood Relief work. -- MIDNITE ISHOW SAT. Come as Late as 9:00 P. M. and See This TREMENDOUS PROGRAM \ "The Bie Game" w i t h 8 All-American Stars Peter B. Kyne's "Valley of Wanted Men" "Frank iMerriwell" "Anthony Adverse" "They IMet In a Taxi" STARTS SUNDAY GREAT SHOWS! THE LAST SHOWING IN MASON CITY! FIRST TIME AT POPULAR PRICES! YOU'VE IlKAD THE BOOK--NOW SEE THE PICTURE! IT'S GREATER THAN THE BOOK! Fredric March Olivia De Havilland. Anita Louise, Donald Woods IN Hervey Allen's with Edmund Gwenn, Claud Rains, Louis Hayward, Steffi Duna and a cast of 2,648! Don't Miss This Picture SPECIAL KIDDIES' MATINEE TODAY ONE HOUR OF LAUGHS Comedies -- Cartoons THE COMEDY RIOT! Chester Morris Fay Wray In tilt Limn; f a r r c I h a I will 1 I r k I r. you lo death! Co-Op Creamery at Belmond Names Heads at Annual Sessions BELMOND -- Stockholders of the farmers Co-operative Creamery company held their annual meeting at the I, O. O. F. hall Thursday. The following officers were elected at the business meeting in the forenoon: Directors, W. M. Sheriff, naymer Boolman and George Thompson, re-elected; Mike Halfwassen new director; O. D. Jcnison, secretary, and Ole Thompson as treasurer, re-elected. The Belmond high school band plnycd during the luncheon hour. The following program was given after the luncheon: Violin solo, Mrs. J. E. Ai-eiul; reading, Mrs. A. C. Lieweu; vocal duel, Miss Grace Frohling and Mrs. Herman Mennenga; selection, B. IF. S. girls' glee club; lap dance numbers, Joyce Wenzel and Marilyn Benson. The Rev. B r u n o Brims, missionary to Japan, homo on furlough, Rave the address. Mrs. Harry Keller accompanied. I Spillville Declamaloiy Winners Are Announcec SPILLVILLE -- The declamatory contest held at the Spillville high school Thursday evening was judged by H. G. Haug, Wetcn Kovarik and Mrs. Leo Timp. Results in order of rank were: Dramatic, Jean Frcy, Mary Ann Kov.nvik", oratorical, Lillian Triska, Gladys Loesch; humorous, Lcona Fisher. Mary Silhacck. S490 rnr-FIflod Kelicf. SWEA CITY--S\Ve.a City and vicinity including Swca, Grant and Eagle township, have now raised $490 for Red Cross-· relief work. Ends SiUuriluy Our Relations" and "Cavalry" The Glorious Romance of a B e a u t i f u l I n d i a n Maiden and 'Her lll-Fated Lover! STARTS SUNDAY 16c 11 3 P. M. T W O IN..GORGEOUS C O L O R ENDS TON1TE " H E A D I N ' FOR THE RIO G R A N D E " "CEILING ZERO" "ACE DRUMMOND" NEWS Midnite Show DON AMEChE K E N T TAYLOR _ taasEaa. "STRAKSHT FROM THE SHOULDER" with RALPH BELLAMY K A T H E R I N E LOCKE DAVID HOLT ANDY CLYDE LATE SHOW TONIGHT, 10 P. M. scoor: RIVI-:H N O W S I U H V I N C ; I - A I I A M I U J N T X I I W S IH!K1. S C K N K K «F O H I O I ' l . O O O . IJNTIItK N I v l V S H K K I . M K V O T M I T O A ( ; T U A I , S U K N U S O!" T I I K F L O O D P I S A S T K H ! Now Showing in North Iowa's Best Theater Positively Ends Mon. Here's the Champagne Cocktail of Romancel Love spiced with hilarious fun and gorgeous dancing, whirled lo the swell music of four new singable hits! with JACK OAKIE E L O Z a n d Y O L A N D A .SPECIAL i-'i.oon ni't.n:r snow M O N I I A Y _\ITI- 11-1- i- M imir AT TIIK NEW CF.CII.! AM. I M t O f K I C D S KO TO T I I K H K I ) CROSS! "KOSK IS TIIK ATTHACTION! Everyone, will idolize her: Hollywood's mislress of smart fashion! "TIIK c;iti;A'r O'MAi.i.r.v " H O I K S C O l ' N T I i V A N I l T I I K W O M A N " -- " R O M K O A N D .iiJi.iUT"--OM: I»AV oxi.v, n:n. u. , A I I s ,»i, itfiervidj

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