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TEN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE MARCH 24 1934 AlineO'pipe Stick to the Pipe--Let the Smoke Blow Where It Will By T. PIPE Re-Creatlon. By Pauline of Hampton. In the grate the fire Crackles and flares at me Like some Â»ngry monster Â· Ages gone. Could the soul Of that monster be liÂ» the tree? stealers, and a double dose of Don itcPeak now and then, thij world vould be a better place l;i wliio!) i Â· ive. Hoping your missus is back and meal time is more nourishing and welcome, I am --Del Witt P 1 Tp E And speaking of Don McPeak, his column last week was a lit-, tie the best thing; that has appeared In this newspaper for some time. Don rather outdid . himself for once. But then he usually does. According to a Des Moines Sun' day paper, the late unlamented state legislature did us plenty in the way of added taxes and it spent over $300,000 in doing so. Which Â· isn't so bad for a legislature, the members of which were elected on an economy and a tax reduction pro. gram. P l i p E Nor will It be long until the same members of the above mentioned state legislature wiU be working lor re-election and explaining In a plausible sound: tag way. Just why they socked us in the kneck in about every possible way. Politics Is quite a game. ' T P I P E Which reminds ua that we must drop in and see Mr. Knutson some Â· day and meet him face to face. He Â· has the moat plausible program on Â· taxes and taxation that we know of. . How about it, Clarence, are you "at '. home" these days? L P t I P E They Treat Calves Well to loway. ; SWAP--Hard coal hrooder stove for i voune calves. --Swapad. At that, the livestock of our broad and well known land are treated batter than are many persons. Most stock is sheltered and well led and cared lor :' which is more than can bt said Â· ol several millions persons Just at present. P iTp E . The Better The Beer, The Better The Bath. i T Pipe: Sign on Eureka hotel, "Keg Beer Shower Baths." CoulU Â·" this be called a better use for bet: ter beers? Hoping you are the ; same - _o.c. ! Â· P l l P E . WHEN BETTER BEERS , Â· ARE BATHED IN THEN, : PERHAPS GOOD TIMES, , WILL COME AGAIN. P I Tp E And still the crop of hardy, early blooming candidates continues to Â·.bloom and flourish in spite of the ,-.late spring and adverse weather [^conditions. Like the dandelion and 'i the English sparrow, their number is legion and their hardiness un- ; equalled. . P 1 1 P E When it comes to friendliness and the art ol being , agreeable, tew can compure , with the automobile salesman. No matter how tough the going or how discouraging the results obtained, he keeps smiling and " plugging away, hoping lor, and usually getting, a better break ! some day. He takes conditions as he finds them and tries to hew a living from an often times unresponsive and ungympathe- . tic public. T . P E All of which leads us to say that Leo Finnegan, tali, handsome, ac- Â· complished, and ever smiling salesman of the justly famous Dodge au- Â· tomobile, took us for a ride and let : us drive a new Dodge six. As a re.- suit of which most pleasant experi- Â·ence, we-have decided there is no -dodging the fact that the new Â·'Dodge is a good car and that Leo is Â· an expert salesman, a gentleman, Â· and an honor to his profession. T P I J-P E 'The auto salesman sallies lorth, 'Each morn to greet another day. And if he sells a car or two, .' His heart Is full of joy and gay. P I 1 P E All About Quetzalcoati, And Why. . T. Pipe: I thought you might be interested in the following news item taken from the columns of Mason City's best advertising medium: Quetzalcoati was the Aztec god and culture hero who is the equivalent of the Mayan Kuy- ulcan and the Quiche Gugu- matz. P I A P E We are glad to have this information. In fact we feel refreshed and elevated by the literary and historical value of said choice bit. Not ..only that Quetzalcoati was the Aztec god but that he was the equivalent of Mayan Kuyulcan and the Quiche Gugumatz. So what? Maybe if we had more Quetzalcoati and Â· less long legislative sessions, more Quiche Gugubatz and less bank At Mason City THEATERS RUDY VALLEE STILL LEADS THE WAY IN RADIO Despite having been a target for a few grapefruit here and there Jirough the country and the butt "or numerous alleged jokes, Rudy Vallee, the original crooner remains one of the biggest drawing cards on radio or stage. He has a leading role in George White's "Scandals" which began a four day engagement Saturday at the Cecil. * * * It will be Interesting to discover f Buster Crabbe, starred in "Search for Beauty," has progressed any farther in his stage training than he had when he thrilled small children as "Tarzan" by flexing his muscles and grunting a bit- John Boles and Gloria Stuart should provide good musical entertainment in "Beloved." These two pictures comprise the double bill which started a four day run Saturday at the Palace theater. * * * "Take a Chance," snappy, clever comedy with good musical numbers featured by Cliff Edwards and his ukelele singing "I'm a Night Owl'' and rolling his eyes till you don't doubt it, plays Sunday, Monday and Tuesday at the Strand. Â» * * LIONEL BARRYMORE IN ONE MAN'S JOURNEY" In the role of a country doctor Lionel Barrymore is at his best in "One Man's Journey" which is the Iowa feature Sunday and Monday May Robson, Frances Dee and Joel McCrea provide ample support. * * * "This Side of Heaven," John Barrymore's latest vehicle, is the midweek attraction at the Cecil, anc should be well worth one's time anc money. A fine story which must be well acted with Fay Bainter, Mac Clark and Una Merkel in support of Barrymore, this should be interesting entertainment from any standpoint. * Â» * WLS RADIO STARS BILLED AT PALACE.- The management of the Palace theater has. announced . that the "Merry-Go-Round" program from radio station WLS will be presented Tuesday, March 27, both afternoon and evening on the Palace stage featuring personal appearances o: the radio artists who broadcast from that station. On the same program Jimmy Cagmey, the movie dude, will appear in his new picture "Jimmy the Gent," with Bette Davis, Alice White and Allen Jenkins in supporting roles. * * * A good double feature prograir begins a three day engagemen Tuesday at the Iowa when William Powell in one of his best roles a the detective in S. S. Van Dine's story, ''The Kennel Murder Case' shares the spotlight with Norman Foster and Ginger Rogers in "Rafter Romance." * # * Wednesday and Thursday at the Strand theater a rather amazing comedy, "Three Cornered Moon,' is on the same bill with the severa reels of local scenes and people which was shown at the Cecil thi last few days. Davison B. Mason, 79, Dies at 1.0. 0. F. Home Davison B. Mason, 79, died of heart disease at the I. O. O. F. home shortly after 10:30 o'clock Saturday morning. Death was very sudden Mr. Mason showing no signs of illness up to the time of his death. Mr. Mason came to the home Oct 26, 1927, from Keota, as a widower He was born at Keota April 18 1854. Burial will be at Keota. Funeral services had not been arranged Saturday. The body was taken to the Patterson funeral home. BIG DOUBLE PROGRAM! See Â£onnelf and Mason City's Local Movie! Also "Three Cornered Moon" trlth BICHARD ARLEN CLAl-DETIF. COLBEBT Wed. and Thurs. STRAND THEATRE STARTS Sun. ADULTS 20c; CHILDREN IOC IOWA LIONEL BARRYMORE MAY ROBSON DOROTHY JORDAN COMEDT -- CABTOOS -- MEWS LAST TIME SATURDAY RICHARD DIX in "ACE OF ACES" COMEDr - CARTOON - BAKP - KEWS Masoe City Screen Attractions JAMES DUNN AND JUNE KNIGHT APPEARING IN "TAKE A LIONEL BARBYMOBE, SUPPORTED BY MAY ROBSON, DOR- Chance," showing at the Strand Sunday, Monday and Tuesday, othy Jordan, Joel McCrea and Frances Dee, In "One Man's Journey," Sunday and Monday at the Iowa theater. RUDY VALLEE AND ALICE FAYE HAVE THE LEADING ROLES In George White's "Scandals," now brought before the country as motion picture. Jimmy Durante has the comedy lead in the production which opens a four day engagement at the Cecil theater Saturday. PICTURED HERE ARE "THE HIRED MEN," THREE OF THE EN- tertainers In the WLS Merry-Go-Ronnd, special stage attraction appearing at the Palace'theater one day only, Tuesday, March 27. The feature on the screen is James Cagney's new picture, "Jimmy, the Gent.'" GLORIA STUART AND JOHN BOLES IN "BELOVED" AT THE Palace lor three days starting Saturday on the double feature program with "Search For Beauty." Children should be seen and not heard. In other words, if- you can't answer their questions, make them Steep still.--Lincoln Star. That is, a president is weak if he listens to suggestions unless they are your suggestions. -- Dubuque lelegraph-Herald. *s PALACEi STARTS SATURDAY The Story of a Love That Flamed for a Lifetime! With Glorious Music and Songs! "BELOVED" with JOHN BOLES GLORIA STUART John Boles Sings Agate! ENDS MON. TUESDAY ONLY: WLS MERRY- GO-ROUND Venus-Like Girls Tarzan-Like Men From all over the world they come to grace a magnificent show of shows-"SEARCH FOR BEAUTY" with the 30 International "Search for Beauty" Contest Winners and LARRY "Buster" CRABBE IDA LUPINO ROBERT ARMSTRONG JAMES GLEASON TUESDAY MARCH 27 Engagement Extraordinary! MERRY- GO-ROUND ON THE STAGE: IN PERSON See and Hear These Popular Entertainers! LULU BELLE BOB WHITE The Hayloft Cut-up Imitations of All Kinds OLAF The Comical Swede Hoosier Hot Shots Radio's Most Unique Act Three Hired Men HUl-BllIy Numbers VIC OAKLEY Talented Pianist EDDIE ALLEN OId Bi]1 yickland Dixie Harmonica King Â· v'enatlle Entertainer De Luxe TWELVE PEOPLE -- ALL ARTISTS On the Screen! JAMBS "JIMMY, THE GENT" ^ * r MW V BETTE DAVIS LAWN Â£il Allen Jenkins -- Alice White ONE DAY ONLY --TUESDAY, MASCH BIG MTONITE SHOW TONIGHT-See "SMOKY" and "TAKE A CHANCE" SEE SUN., HON., TUBS, j One of the Season's Biggest Musical Hits! GIRLS! SONGS! ROMANCE!] Gotta Take a Chance | . . . Gotta Go Gay! Gotta Tap a Toe . . . Gotta Laugh and Love! Now on the screen after one year on the Broadway stage. Watch for Big Double Program Wed. and Thurs. DAIRYMEN LAUD PROGRAM OF AAA Kscontinuing I m p o r t s of Vegetable Oils Urged by Hancock Group. GARNER, March 24.--Two hun- red dairy farmers of Hancock ounty met here Friday in the ourtroom. Ben V. Grelman, chairman of the county corn-hog committee, was in charge. County 4,gent S. J. Oberhauser, Otto J. iloock, manager of the Garner Co- iperatlve Creamery association, L C. Hastings, T. R. Riehm and John Chambers and twelve leading dairy anners of the county gave talks and discussed the best interest of he dairymen. . T. R. Riehm, steward of the Coun- y Home farm, I.' C. Hastings of Garner and John Chambers of Corwith were on the resolutions committee. Resolutions adopted urged discontinuing all imports of vege- able oils that compete with dairy roducts and eradication of all tub- rcular cows and all other diseased attle. The AAA was highly commended. This would bring about a gradual reduction of butterfat and all other dairy products, it was said. Robert Holm of Britt was elected ielegate and V. P. Casperson of MH- er alternate from Hancock county :o the state dairy meeting at Des Monies March 26. Mr.- Olson of Britt ras temporary secretary. A county unit may be formed in the future or all dairy producers. COMING ATTRACTIONS CECIL. Saturday, Sunday, Monday, Tuesday--George White's "Scandals" with Rudy Vallee, Alice Faye, Jimmy Durante and Cliff Edwards. . Wednesday, Thursday, Friday-Lionel Barrymore in "This Side of leaven" with Fay Bainter, Mae Clark, Tom Brown and Una Merkel. PALACE. Saturday, Sunday, Monday, Tuesday--Buster Crabbe and Ida Lupino in "Search for Beauty," and'John Boles and Gloria Stuart in "Beloved." Tuesday only--Special engagement of the WLS "Merry-Go- ttd" with the radio artists who jroadcast on this program appearing in person. Among those who Â·ill be featured are Lulu Belle, Eddie Allen, the Hoosier Hot Shots, the Three Hired Men,-Olaf the Swede, Bill Vickland, Vic Oakley and Bob White. Jimmy Cagney's latest picture, "Jimmy the Gent," will be the screen attraction on this program. Wednesday, Thursday, Friday-''Coming Out Party" with Frances Dee, and "Heat Lightning" with Aline MacMahon and Ann Dvorak. STRAND. Sunday, Monday, Tuesday--"Take A Chance" with James Dunn, Lillian Roth, Cliff Edwards and June Knight. Wednesday, Thursday -- Mason City's local movie and "Three Cornered Moon" with Claudette Colbert, James Arlen and Mary Boland. Friday, Saturday--"Girl Trouble" with Bud and Ben, and "Madison Square Garden" with Jack Oakie, Zasu Pitts, Marion Nixon and Thomas Melghan. IOWA. Sunday, Monday--Lionel Barry, more in "One Man's Journey" with May Robson, Dorothy Jordan, Frances Dee and Joel McCrea. Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday-"The Kennel Murder Case" with William Powell and Mary .Astor, and "Rafter Romance" with Ginger Rogers and Norman Foster. Friday, Saturday--First showing in Mason City of "He Couldn't Take It" with Ray Walker, Virginia Cherrill and George E. Stone. Real Estate Transfers Stoner, Clarence C. and wf. to Albert Noser ?1 L 3 S. W. Smith's Sub of Lots 9, 10, 11 and 12 and 13 in Curtis Bates Sub of L 7 in NE SE 4-96-20. 7-25-30. Scherf, Cora, to James Peterson $1 SW NE 12-96-29. 10-9-33. Howard, T, 0. and wf. to Effie M. Asbury $600 6 per cent 3-13-37 Lots 5 and 6 B 6 01. Lk. 3-13-34. Strahan, L. J. and wf. to J. Francis Beck ?1 L 1 B 14 College Add. M. C. 3-14-34. Tuller, R. and wife to Otto M. Iverson and Pearl ?1, lot 5 blk 13 College Add., City of M. C., 10-1829. Robertson, J. M., sheriff to L. Ytzen $9,000 SW 35-95-22, 3-14-34. Randall, David E. and wife to Edward J. Popp and wife ?1, lot 8 blk 5 East Park Place Add., M. C., 3-834. Freeman, K. E. and wife and Kenyon, D. E. and.wife to Henry B. Rastedt $1, QCD part of blk opposite blk 7 in Sirrine'a Add., Clear Lake, 3-15-34. SURF BALLROOM Clear Lake EASTER MONDAY April Z WhataSUNDAY ^ Dinner! Dine here, and that's j. just what you'll say, too 'Twffl be a dinner fit for a King. Properly balanced menu such as a Cooking School authority would serve. Popular price. Grandest Steaks Very finest cuts from Iowa's baby beef . . . the kind that wins blue ribbons. Served hot and buttered. Have a. Steak Supper here. Jefferson Coffee Shop at the BUS depot REVEL IN THIS ARRAY /:= . . . of dance . . . song Â· Â· Â· comedy . . . . . . romance . . . and beauty such as has never before been seen on stage or screen! \ CECI Silly Symphony "The China Shop" i3 An even greater show than George Wlute's original stage production. vjff RUDY VALISE ALICE JIMMY DURAMTE ADRIENNi AMES CLIFF EDWARDS GREGORY RATOFF DIXIE DUNBAR IGERTRUOE MICHAEL WARREN HYMER. RICHARD CARLE 3OO G! SCAN-DOUSU!