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March 10, 1936

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

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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH 10 1936 THREE NOW SHOWING MAMMOTH DOUBLE PROGRAM N O W I T C A N B E T O L D ! ;\v^? PLUS: THIS BIG COMPANION FEATURE; MASON CITY'S GREATEST SHOW VALUE Matinee 26c -- Evening 36c STARTS SATURDAY ^^··^···^^·hHriBHMMMrf The World's Front Page Sweethearts in Their First Full Length Feature Picture! The Dionne Quintuplets 'The Country Doctor 4 With JEAN HERSHOLT Slim Summerville - June Lang ·Dorothy Peterson - Michael Whalen Photographed under tec! cnl Ktlpcrvlfllon of l)r. All Boy Dafoe, FREE! To the lAdtea. While T h e y Xjtst, a Beautiful p fi o t o- ffraph of~the Quintuplets At Mason City THEATERS Oj K. J. I'. KIT KAT KLUB KEVUE WITH "IT HAD TO HAPPEN" A double attraction is scheduled for the Cecil on Wednesday and Thursday when Paul Cholet's Kit Kat Klub revue, 20 persons, featuring music, dancing, comedy, novelties and singing, appears on the stage, and "It Had to Happen" with George Raft, Rosalind Russell, Leo Carrillo and Arline Judge, is the screen feature. Beautifully colored photographs of the Dionne quintuplets will be given to women patrons Saturday at the Cecil, as long as the photographs last. CURRENT FEATURES CECIL--Ends Tuesday, "Follow the Fleet." Starts Wednesday, Kit Kat Kluh Kevue on stage with "It Had to Happen" on screen. PALACE--S t a r t s Tuesday, Exclusive Story" and "Escape From Devil's Island." S T R A N D --Ends Tuesday, "Rendezvous" and "Von May Be Next." Starts Wednesday, "Metropolitan" and "Mary Burns, Fugitive." STATE--Ends Tuesday, "Dark- Angel" and "King Solomon of BroadH-ay." MODERN CRUSADE AGAINST VICE TOLD IN BOLD FILM Straight from the day's headlines, as significant as an "extra," is "Exclusive Story," teaming Franchot Tone and Madge Evans, and playin through Thursday at the Palace with "Escape From Devil's Island." Written by Newspaperman Martin Mooney, crusader against modern vice, it is a story shaped from the year's headlines, many of them written by the author himself. Primarily a dramatization of Mooney's own expose of the notorious "Policy Racket" practiced In _ KNDS TONI1 K FREDKIC MERLE MARCH OBEKON HERBERT MARSHALL "DARK ANGEL" EDMUND LOWE King Solomon of Broadway WEDNESDAY-Today Is Big Thrill Day ATTEND OUB MATINEE AMES BARTON MARGARETCALLAHAN ADD1SOM RANDALL WILLIAM HARR1CAH Musical Comedy and Cartoon -- LIMITED ENGAGEMENT -The Biggest ON A Grand Stage and Screen Attraction! FEATURING ON THE STAGE THREE PAYNE BROTHERS VIM. VIGOR AND VITALITY IN "PAVXKia'I. SITUATIONS" FEATUtl.NT. THEIR OIIIO1NAI. CHAIN DANCE THE KANAZAWA JAPS Sensational Japanese Acrobat; JEANETTE LEE RIJTH SCE POWELL "Siren Qf Sons" "Pretty Little Lady" THE KITTENETTES RADIUM NOVELTIES Plus--"KRAZY KATS OF RHYTHM"--10 Piece Stasre Band THE SCREEN All This Great Show at NO ADVANCE IN PRICES TIIBItK'S XO OTHER liNTEBTAINMBNT I.IKK THIS FOR MII.KS AHOIi.Vl) POSITIVELY ENDS TUESDAY -- "FOLLOW THE FLEET" 3 Payne Brothers which go lo malic up the Kit Kat Klub revue billed for Ihc Cecil stage Wednesday and Thursday has been awarded to the Three Payne Brothers, otherwise known as Vim, Vigor and Vitality. One or their specialties is an original chain (lance, in which Ilicy manage, inadvertently, io entangle themselves in such a. complicated maze that extrication seems impossible. Other acts arc the Kanazawa Japs, sensational acrobats; Barney Star, wizurd of the accordion; the AVagner Sisters, dancers; Jeanett« Lee, siren of song; Ruth Sue Powell, "Nimble Feet;" the Kittenettcs, novelties in radium, and the stage band, "Krazy Kats of Rhythm." Paul Cholet is master of ceremonies. The screen attraction is "It Had to Happen" with George K u f l , Rosalind Russell, Leo Carrillo and Arline Judge. It is a gay, romantic, venturous slory in which the tension is frequently relieved by comedy. Four stage shows will be presented each day. New York and other metropolitan centers, the new picture weaves into its plot themes from three major news events of the year. They are the "Policy Racket," the Morro Castle fire and the front page activities of federal "G" men. "Escape From Devil's Island," from a story written by Fred De Gresac, tells the ironic tale of two men in love with the same girl who escape from the notorious tropical prison. Victor Jory, Norman Fostet and Florence Rice have leading roles. The fictitious town in which the story of "His Family Tree." playing Wednesday only at the State, is set is called Central City, Iowa, in the picture. * * * "Alary Burns, Fugitive," true-to- life gangster picture, introduces Alan Baxter to film fans, and Alan if his performance in the leading role of this picture is any indication is really a superb actor; Sylvia Sidney has the principal feminine role opposite Melvyn Douglas, while in support are such stars as Brian Donlevy, Pert Helton and Wallace Ford. On the same program, Wednesday and Thursday a.t the Strand, is "Metropolitan," Lawrence Tibbett's most recent film musical. Go to Chicago. GRAFTON--Otto Braun. Alvin Schultz and William Petznick went to Chicago, where they shipped several carloads of cattle Saturday evening. ENDS TONITE WILLIAM POWELL "RENDEZVOUS" --and-"YOU MAY BE NEXT" Ann Sothern Lloyd Nolan WEDS., TUTORS. SYLVIA SIDNEY in "Mary Burns Fugitive" METROPOLITAN With LAURENCE TIBBETT VIRGINIA BRUCE D A N C E Avalon Ball Room MANLY, IOWA Tuesday, aiarch 10 AL MENKE and His Orchestra Ladies 25c Gents 50c Old Time Dance Thursday, Mareh 12 Music by ART'S NIGHT HAWKS Admission 25c COMING March 17 For St. Patrick's Day Carnival and Dance JACK ALLEN Charles City News Frudden and Kicherer Re-Elected on School Board at Charles City CHARLES CITY--W. E. Frudden and Joe L. Kicherer were reelected members o£ the school board yesterday. Dr. R. H. Koenig was the only other candidate. The vote was J. L. Kicherer, 942; W. E. Frudden 843 and Dr. Kocnig 63: The board will meet to organize the last week in Mareh. Mrs. Annette Wentland and Ralph Anderson are the other members of the board. Florence Greenlees of Charles City Suddenly Dies; Rites Thursday CHARLES CITY--Miss Florence Anna Grecnlees, SS, died Monday afternoon at 5 o'clock at her home. 206 West Clark street. She was in failing health for some time but her last illness was short as she worked Saturday in the postoffice where she was stamp clerk for many years. She had been previously employed as bookkeeper in the First Security Trust and Savings bank. Miss Greenlees was a native of this county and she and her sister, Marcia, lived together. Her brother, Dan, also lives here and another brother, John, resides in Bethel. Minn. Miss Greenlees was a member of the Congregational church, P. E. O. chapter and former member of the Wa-Tan-Ye club. Funeral services will be held Thursday afternoon at the Grossman funeral home with Dr. E. W. Huelster officiating and burial will be in Riverside cemetery. Oliver Company Display Be Held Two Days CHARLES CITY--The two day annual display will be held in the exhibit rooms of the Oliver Equipment company Wednesday and Thursday. Merchants and officials of the Oliver Equipment company have arranged an exhibit of refrigerators, autos, radios, hardware, groceries ana other merchandise to be examined free by visitors. The Rollo Sissell orchestra will play Wednesday afternoon and evening and Thursday there will be an old fiddlers' contest. Refreshments will be available to the visitors. This is the fourth annual display by the merchants and farm equipment dealers. Moves Are Reported. CHARLES CITY--Among the farmers who are making changes this month are the following: Gayle Parcfcer from Rookford moved to a farm north of Orchard; Reynold Schultz from east of town to a farm south of Ionia; William Koebrick, Bassett, to Orchard; G. E. Newton, Orchard to a farm northwest of Charles City; Ward Janssen from southeast of town to Ionia; Arthur Thorp from north of the city to Dougherty and Fred Preussner from near Charles City to north of Rudd. Trawler Dividend Declared. NEW HAMPTON--A court order signed by Judge T. B. Gohcen, Calmar, was filed here Tuesday ordering a 15 per cent dividend to depositors of the closed State Savings bank, Lawler. The dividend will amount to ?38,216.59 and brings the total paid back to 70 per cent. Charles City Briefs CHARLES CITY--Alden Sears Chapter D. A. R. met in the Garden cafe for luncheon Monday noon with Mrs. Will Buckler, Mrs. Eloise Merrick and Miss Bernice Merrick as hostesses. The business meeting was held at the home of Miss Merrick. Raymond Reetz, salesman for the Japitol Tobacco company, is recovering in the Cedar Valley hospital :rom an iniury received in an auto accident near Elkader last Friday evening. Hans Larson of Nashua is a iatient in the Cedar Valley hospital. Mr. a nd Mrs. A. M. Briscoe have returned from a four months' visit with their son, Robert, who is working in a gold mine in the Mo- jav desert. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Ray Green in the Cedar Valley hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hobert are the parents of a son born in the lospital Saturday. Mrs. Irving Smith entertained :he past presidents of the American l,egion auxiliary at her home, 200 West Clark street. The next meet- ng will be held at the home of Mrs. Clare Taylor. Mrs. L. M. Garthwaite accom- anied her daughter, Mrs. A. L. Winner and family to Iowa City 'or a visit. Mr. and Mrs. Winner and children visited here over Sunday. Miss Donna Berquist of Burling:on is a guest at the home of Dr. C. J. Kiger. MODERN DANCE Wednesday, March 11 Music By Pete Martin's Orchestra Admission 25c Per Person--Tax Included FOLLOW THE CROWD! Osage Merchants Report Big Business Increases OSAGE--One of the best days of business since the Christmas rush was reported here Saturday. The A. and P. store had its best day of business in 14 weeks' according to Max Andrews, manager. Many farmers and farmers' wives said they hadn't been in town for six weeks. In about three weeks, farmers say, even the gravel roads will be entirely impassable, so they're only too glad to get to town while they can. U. A, FOR TWO COUNTIES NAMED Elizabeth Needham lo Serve in Worth and Winnebago Demonstrations. NORTHWOOD--Mis s Elizabeth Ncoclham of Sac City ivas elected Saturday as home demonstration agent for Worth and Winnc- bago counties to succeed Miss \Vinnifred Maeumbcr, who recently resigned from that position to accept a similar position in Wapctlo county. Miss Needham will assume her new duties on March JO and is spending this weelc with Miss Maeumbcr in becoming acquainted with the field in which she will be employed. She is a graduate of Iowa State college, Ames, receiving her degree this winter. She has had previous experience in this work prior to completing her course at Ames. OF RICH, RIPE-BODIED TOBACCO Over a period of years, certain basic advances have been made in the selection and treatment of cigarette tobaccos for Lucky Strike Cigarettes. They include preliminary analyses of the tobacco selected; use of center leaves; the higher heat treatment of tobacco ("Toasting"); consideration of acid-alkaline balance, with consequent definite improvement in flavor; and controlled uniformity in the finished product. All these combine to produce a superior cigarette-a modern cigarette, acigarette made of rich, ripe-bodied tobaccos -- A Light Smoke. Luckies ore less acid Recent chemical tests show* that other popular brands have an excess of acidity over Lucky Strike of from 53% to 100S- Exce ? 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