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February 6, 1937

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 5

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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 6 B| 1937 FIVE MIRROPHONIC TO BE AT PALACE New, Improved Sound System Will Be Installed Within Thirty Days. The new and improved Mivro- phonic sound system will be installed at the Palace theater with- i Humphrey. A solo was given by Rites Are Held for Halverson, Former Fertile Blacksmith FERTILE -- Funeral services were held at the Fertile Lutheran church for T. H. Halverson, the Rev. H. E. Okland officiating. Burial was made by the side of his mother at Emmons, Minn. The pallbearers were H. E. Halverson, Frank Jenkins, Martin and Oscar Knudlson, Ben Miller and George in 30 days, it was announced by J. H. Waters, manager of the local theater Saturday. This step was taken by the Central States Theaters corporation following the success of the Mirrophonlc system at the New Cecil and others ot the Central States show- houses in Iowa and Nebraska. PARADE By D. B. K.. Mrs. H. -E. Okland and duets by Bessie Rodberg and Lyra Oswald. Theodbr Andrew Halverson was born April 25, 1873, at Albert Lea, Vlinn., and died at a hospital in Wason City. For several years Mr. Halverson operated a blacksmith shop in Fertile, but. on account of ill health he retired. He leaves his wife and sb children, Harvey and Victor o Winfred, S. Dak., Ruth o£ Hamona, S. Dak., and Floyd of Madison, S. Dak., and Mildred anc Minetta of Lakota. Three sisters Mrs. A. J. Garner of Los Angeles who attended the funeral; Mrs Mary Armstrong of Burbank Cal., and Mrs. 1, A. Cole of Seattle, Wash., also survive. ALL STAR CAST ASSISTS SONJA HENIE IN DEBUT Factor;; in the success of Sonja Henie's "One in a tMillion," which opened Saturday at the Cecil, include a number of top-flight entertainers who assist the blonc Norwegian Olympic skater in hei film debut. Adolph Menjou lias a Zicg- feld-like role as the manager o troupe; Jean Hcrsli Charles City News °! a theater plays the rather; Ned Sparks is a photographer tor newspaperman Don Pneumonia Victim's Funeral Rites Hel CHARLES CITY -- F u n e r a services for Carl Williams, 27, wei held Saturday afternoon at . - -,*. T I ^ 1 · _ ' 11L1U O c l l U l U t l y (ILLtrl U U U I L U t p J"' t _,.? £ .-??. IS !,,"^ i o'clock at the Grossman tuner; home with the Rev. George Voug officiating. Interment will he Mason City Screen Attractions y BELMQNDWILL DISCUSS PLANT Greater Iowa Commission Speaker to Be Heard Monday. DES MO1NES, W)--A speaker Ivom the Greater Iowa commission will tails al a chamber of commerce meeting at Belmuncl next Monday when plans to reopen the beet sugar plant there will be ad- anced. Otto S. Muiitz, chairman of Hie jreater Iowa commission, said ; Jelmond delegation visited his ot- ice here to solicit help in the ic pcning drive. Belmond resident aid they expect enough increasi n sugar beet acreage to warran eopening o£ the plant, providec AAA restrictions on the crop cai e modified. , MIRIAM HOPKINS AND JOEL McCREA WHO APPEAR IN "These Three" at Hie State bcsrimiins: Sunday, are pictured above. Booked on the same menu is "Mummy's Boys," a Whcclcr-Woolsey comedy JACK BENNY AND GKACIE ALLEN, TWO OF THE LEADING characters in "The Biff Broadcast of 1937," -which opens Sunday at the Strand, are pictured above. "Women Are Trouble" is on the same program. Amcche; Arline Judge is seen as Riversido cemct cr y . Mr. William the wife of. Menjou, while mem- \ who W . 1S a moldel . at the oliv plant, died at his home, 204 Seventh avenue, following an illness ot three weeks from pneumonia. He is survived by his wife, a 2 year old daughter, Shirley, and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Williams, Columbus, Ohio. OVER THE WEEK-END CECIL--"One In a million" through Wednesday. PALACE--"More Than a Secretary" and "The Jungle Princess" through Tuesday. STATE--"Isle of F u r y," "Stamnede" and "Custcr's Last Stand" end Saturday. "These Three" and "Mummy's Boys" through Tuesday. STRAND--"The C r o o k e d Trail" and "15 Maiden Lane" end Saturday. '"Bis Broadcast of 1037" and "Women Are Trouble" Hirouffli Tuesday. LAKE--(Clear Laltc)--"Mad Holiday" and "RlfC K a f f " end Saturday. "Love on the Run" through Monday. P. T. A. Past Presidents to Be Honored Monday CHARLES CITY --The annual meeting honoring the past presidents of the P. T. A. in Charles City will be held Monday night. A dinner will be served in the St. Charles hotel followed by a program. The committee in charge of arrangements Is Mrs. H. J. Hu- bcr and Mrs. L. E. VonBerg. The P. T. A. council has supervised the distribution of milk in bers of the troupe are the Rilz \ the schools again this year. Funds lirotliers, Borrah Minncvilch and veto received from the commu- his , Dixie Dunbar, Leah Ray and. a girls' band. City Editor Enoch Norcm tells us thai Miss Hcnlc is the pride ot Norway and one grand little en- ·" tertainer. Mr. and Mrs. Norem saw the.blond skater give an exhibition at Minneapolis a year or so ago and since that time there has been little'rest for the movie editor. * * * Cast in "The Big Broadcast of 1937," which opens Sunday at the Strand, arc Jack Benny, Burns and Allen, Bob Burns, Martha Raye, Benny Goodman's orchestra, Leopold Stokowski and his symphony orchestra, Shirley Ross, Benny Fields, Ray Milland and Eleanorc Whitney, as well us numerous lesser lights. Stuart Erwin, Paul Kelly and Florence Rice arc the fea- Inreil players in "Women Arc Trouble," which is on the identical program. Dorothy Lamour, who as Mrs Ilcruic Kay sang with her husband's orchestra at the Surr seasons past, makes her celluloid start in "The Jungle Princess," which opened . Saturday at. the Palace. In suporling roles are Raj- Palace. In supporting roles are Ray Overman, Molly Lamonl an d others. · Jean Arthur and George Brent head the cast in "More Than a Secretary," also on the Palace rioublehcader. Lionel S t a n li.e r, Rutli Donnelly, Reginald Denny and a newcomer named Dorothea Kent are the chief supporting characters in this piece oC light f i l m tun. Clark Gable and Jocn Crawford are starred, and Franchot Time anil Reginald Owen arc the featured players in "Love On the Run," which plays at the Lake theater at Clear Lake Sunday and Monday. It's a picture strongly reminiscent of "It Happened One Night," in which Gallic co-starred with Claudctlc Colbert to- capture leading film honors for 1033. '·These Three,' 'one of the lei best pictures of 1930, and "Mummy's Boys" will play at the State theater beginning Sunday. In leading roles of "These Three" arc Miriam Hopkins, Joel McG'rea anc M e r l e Oheron. I n "Mummy' Boys" are Robert Woolsey an Bert Wheeler, the crazy comic who do their cutting up with th Egyptian pyramids as tlieir back ground. nily chest and the number o£ free jollies consumed at the different schools is as follows: McKinlcy 604; Central, 433; Washington, 1,035; Academy, 578, and Lincoln 632. Henke Named Head of Council on Education CHARLES CITY--Officers were elected at a meeting held in th music room of the high schoo ivhen the Floyd council for Bette Education was formed through the efforts of Supt. P. C. Lapham anf Mrs. Coburn Chapler, president o the P. T. A, council. The purpose of the council is to obtain in creased tax support for thi schools. Wesley G. Henke ex plained the proposed legislatioi sponsored by the Iowa dcpartmen of public instruction and the low Stale Teachers association. H stated the stale aid should b raised at least' 26 per cent. Th officers chosen were W. G. Henk' president; Grover Galvin, Rock ford, vice president, and Fanni owell, secretary. Mrs. Larson Funeral Is Conducted at Rak RAKE Funeral services wet held for Mrs. Ha Ivor Larson, 79, a the Zion Lutheran church Frida afternoon with the Rev.S. O. Sor lien conducting the services. "Roc of Ages" and "Nearer To Thee were sung by a quartet. Mr. an Mrs. Earnie Halverson, Mrs. Hem. Olson and Orvillc Erdahl. Mrs. W. C. Sundemncyer sang a solo in the Norwegian language. Pallbearers were Joe Frandlo, E. O., Aber, and Carl Halverson, Hclmcr Running, sntl Nels Mathesmi. She was iniricri hcsidc her husband in the j East Ziion cemetery. | Charles City Briefs abov'D, h ean Arthu the ro playing opposite in "More Than a S the companion f e; $91,692 Spent on Roads in Chickasav\ NEW HAMPTON--Chickasa county spent $91,692.37 on i county road system during IS).' [or construction and maintenanc according to the annual repo made by F. R. Lyforcl, county er gineer. The county has II miles o the trunk system not built on Bennett - Greteix TONIGHT Saturday 2Go GOc Coming Tuesday Special Couples Only Dance Featuring ANNA JVIAE WINBURN Her 12 Cotton Club Boys lOc Per Person and Tables Will Be Furnished AH at No Extra Charge. 5 miles of local roads. One mile : the trunk system and 24 miles f tho local system are built to raclo but not graveled. The trunk ystem has 138 miles built to rada and 305 miles of local sys- em. The trunk system has 150 liles and the local system has ·14 miles a total of 894 miles ot ounty roads. During 133G a total f 29 miles were graded and 40 ;ravelcd. England's head bankers say, ather loftily: "America can keep lie gold." The fox saici something ike that about the grapes, too.-- Jedur Rapids Gazette. ISTARTS SUN. IGc 'Til 3 p. m. ALL-AMERICANS of the SHOW WORLD:! The world's greatest entertainers in a "Bin Broadcast" that* toptl J A C K B E N N Y GEORGE BURNS G R A C I E ALIEN B O B B U R N S M A R T H A R A Y E BENNY GOODMAN SECOND FEATURE "WOMEN ARE TROUBLE" --with-STUART ERAVIN, PAUL KELLY, FLORENCE RICE ENDS TONITE "THE CUOOKED TRAIL" "15 MAIDEN LANE" "ACE DRUMMOND" . NEWS "WOMEN ARE TROUBLE" MIDNITE SHOW SONJA IIENIE AND DON AAIECHE ARE THE PRINCIPALS "One In a Million," now showing at the new Cecil. April 1 after 30 years o£ service. C. C. Bolsinger ot Cedar Uapids vill be the new manager. He will jring his family here March 1 and lake over the work ot Mr. Trenor Ihe following month. CHARLES CITY -- Dr. W. L ibble, Mason City, will delivc le sermon Sunday morning in th ongrcgational church in the ab ence of Dr. E. W. Huelster, pa or, who is ill* Mr. and Mrs. George-Buckma nd daughter, Loraine, left by m or Friday for Florida. Mr. and Irs. Carl Logffcson, Austin, Minn., ccompanied them. The marriage of Miss Bcrnice [al'nack, daughter of Mr. and i/Irs. Herman Harnaclc, formerly C this city, and Max Hardy of Canon City, Colo., is announced dr. and Mrs. Hardy are living in Denver. Mr. and Mrs. Harnack and heir daughter moved to Canon City, Colo., a few years ago. \V. E. Frudden talked about his ip to Mexico at the regular meeting of the Lions club Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Swant are parents of a daughter born n the Cedar Valley hospital. A daughter was born to Mr, ant: Mrs. Laverne Sigler in the Cedai Valley hospital Friday. Mrs. Walter Hoel had a majoi operation in the hospital. Mrs. L. II. Henry, the only active charter member of IheChurlc: CLARK GABLE AND JOAN Crawford in "Love on the Hun" showing Sunday anil Monday at the Lake theater, Clear Lake. n appointed second director of he advisory board to assist Berlin Cruvcr, Des Moincs. Miss Laura Jewell Huelsler -ame from Urbami, III., to sec her ather, Dr. E. W. Huelstcr, who is II. The February meeting of the .Aiihcnm Brotherhood was fea- .ured by a musical program presented by four high school students, Jean' Kcllchcr, Carolyn Mills, Eleanor Peterson and Margaret Lapliam. Mrs. M. C. Smith gave the his- ory of famous hymns al the meeting of the Congregational Church- vomcit Thursday afternoon. She directed the singing of the hymns th Mrs. Sivert Erickson playing the accompaniments. Mrs. H. G Bos and her committee served. Mrs. Carlson Rites Will Be in Leland FOREST CITY--Funeral services will be held Monday utter- noon at the Lutheran church in Leland for Mrs. Annie Carlson, widow of Die T. Carlson. Mrs. Carlson was born June 18, 1855, and died Thursday. Burial will be made at the Wimicbago church cemetery. She is survived by three sons. Conrad, Thomas, and Albert of Lckmd. Pallbearers will be Clarence, Eddie, Reuben, A r t h u r and Oddin Carlson and Oscar Ambroson. The Rev. II. F. Huseth wil have charge ot the services. City Temple, Pythian Sisters, wa honored with'a gift at the fortieth anniversary of the temple which w;is organized Feb. ·!, 1897, in Charles Cily. Mrs. Henry h;is held various offices in the local temple . ml at one lime was district deputy for the third district. All nl I,AST TIMES S A T U I i n A V '·rtirf n a f f " anil "Mart H o l i d a y " Rites to Be Monday. CHARLES CITY--Funeral services will be held Monday at the Grossman funeral home for Mrs. Clarence Bailey, 58, who died in the hospital from pneumonia. Dr. .T. M. Walters will officiate and burial will be in Riverside a^mc- tery. Mr. Bailey and daughter, Julia, are seriously ill with pneumonia in the hospital. Mrs. Bailey is also survived by two SOUK, C l i f ford and Harold, holh of this city. An association of master tailors eels that the complete male varclrobe should have 14 pairs of pants. We are laling this under Sitdown Strikes, as ion.--Detroit News. a repercus- iManaRci- Will Retire. CHARLES CITY--K. B. Trennr, he officers were in their chairs at j manager of the Charles Cily ex- hc meeting which included ini- change of the Northwestern Bell iation. Mrs. Myrtle Walker hiis Telephone company, will relive MIDNITE SHOW SATURDAY Come as Late as 3 r. M. and See This IMMENSE PROGRAM CIIAS. STARRETT "STAMPEDE" MARGARET LINDSAY "ISLE OF FURY" "OUSTER'S LAST STAND" "THESE THREE," "MUMMY'S BOYS" A f l K II ITS Branded! th* r r u r l tie nf a child, thrcr. people M'crc r n r c e it In ah.inilnn (Tirlr h n r n r n u n d carters: _ « HOPKIIK ifjOEL McCREA The mrnt talked about p i c t u r e of the ye»rl STARTS SUNDAY IOAD SHOW ENGAGEMENT THURS. ONLY FEB. 11 ·j snows--z\ n r. ai. far llciiclil nf Srhnnlt, EVE. SHOW AT «:tUI SKATS NOW 1X SAI.l! NORM/V SHEARER LESLIE HOWARD With Emb.iri P«pp«r Moioni Olicn Trunk H.Thomsl MATlNF.i: S A T I I R D A T ONI: noun or LAUGHS Canton Phoenix No. 25 IDKH B A R R I M O S E B A S I L B H T H 9 0 H E EOHt MAI OLIYLP. JEGINAIO tUHH» R A L P H F O R B E S A* K.C.M. rlltllt Will Be Held at I. 0. O. F. Hall, Mason Citj Starling 8:30 Special drill under Captain Ar Russell, followed b.v a fjrand march, and dancing. OI'EX TO THK PUBLIC Tickets nflo, Kxlra Ladies SHa Feb. 10-11 IN PERSON! 7 ACTS-16 PEOPLE That Delovely Revue anc j ?5 NO ADVANCE IN PRICES ATTENTION Here Is Y o u r Opporlimlly In He tlie P r o u d O w n e r or a n r a u t l f u l HOSES OK SlIAttON IllN-NF.IlWAIiK SF.T! At AhsolulHy No Cent tn Vim--Mrrely Palace T l i e n t e r R e j u U r l ) ' i»i LADIES' GIFT N K i l l T S :VKRV WP.nNBSriAV ai"l T H U R S D A Y S T A H T I X O rr.n. i n - t i Ilitrrreiil riirr Kar Have a OnilIMr Sec: NOW THRU TUESDAY discovered secretary e w m o r e DOROTHY UMOUR R A Y M I L L A H D A K I M TAMIROFF LYNNE OVERMAN LATE SHOW SAT. NITE--10- P. M. N011TH IOWA'S BEST TUKATIti: --NOW SHOWING-- · 1937's SPECTACULAR JIUSJCAL SMASH ON ICE: Sliir-nirlianl! T.aush- .h! 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