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FOUR MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE MARCH 27 1934 County Attorney for Kbssuth Quarantined 'ALGONA March 27.-- County Attorney Maurice C. McMahon was quarantined Monday for scarlet fever. He became ill Saturday and was quarantined for four weeks Monday. Gaylord Shumway who was county attornsy previous to Mr. McMahon, is acting- as county at- during Mr. McMahon s 111- T McMahon 13 not seriously ill. D A N C E AVALON BALLROOM Sunset Inn, Manly TUBS., MARCH 27 AI Menke'8 Orchestra SAT., MARCH 31 Kay Kcyes and His Orchestra Big Easter Dance MONDAY, APRIL 2 Ladies 25c Gents 40c TWO BIG FEATURES IOWA Mat. 15c; Eve. 20o; Children 10c jOINOIR ROGIRS 'IORMAN rosm Â«PÂ»0| 5ICNJY and "The Kennel Murder Case" with WILLIAM POWELL Eugene Fallette Mary Astor M8PIJ1 At Mason City THEATERS " IAST DA*! ' "GEORGE WHITE'S SCANDALS" ;. BodT ValM, Allen FÂ»je, ilminy Dnnnte, CJIH EdwMdJ _Â·Â·Â·Â·Â·Â·Â·Â· STARTS WEDNESDAY! You'll Live Every \ Moment lof It! ,So h e a r t warming, so gripping -you'll n e v e r f o r g e t this [drama of farn- ly life! Barry- Imore reaches new heights ol acting! You'll llove it! in a father Ideal w i t h f l a m i n g youth? See By K. J. P. FAY BAINTEK IN FILM DEBUT Fay Bainter, long a favorite of Broadway, makes her film debut in "This side of Heaven," Lionel Barrymore's latest picture which plays from Wednesday through Friday at the Cecil theater. This is the story of the individual selfish traits of each member of a family which are discarded at the time of a tragedy of any kind. Â· * Â» Â· According to one reviewer, the cast in "Heat Lightning," paced by Aline McMabon, does the best it can with very mediocre story material. With Frances Dee in "Coming Out Party," "Heat Lightning" begins a three day engagement Wednesday at the Palace. * * Â· Tuesday only the Palace featured a stage show presented by the radio artists in tie WLS Merry-Go- Round program, one of the most popular broadcasts from the WLS studio for some time. On the screen with this bill Jimmy Cagney strutted his stuff as "Jimmy the Gent." * Â» Â» The ever amusing spectacle of a family, accustomed to every luxury and extravagance, suddenly awak ening one morning without a dime-that is the subject of "Three cor nered Moon" which plays Wednesdaj and Thursday at the Strand. Marj Boland, in the role of the mother gives the outstanding performance * Â» * POWELL AGAIN AS PHILO VANCE Suave, with the proper amount o accent, William Powell again appear just as you imagined Philo Vane would in "The Kennel Murder Case which runs through Thursday at th Iowa on the same bill with "Rafte Romance," a comedy with capabl Ginger Rogers and Norman Foste in the leads. Norma Shearer and Robert Mont gomery in "Riptide," a very recen release, will be the attraction at th Cecil starting Saturday for fou days. "FOUR. FRIGHTENED PEOPLE" COMING SOON Claudette Colbert, Mary Boland Herbert Marshall and William Gar gan are the stars in "Four Fright ened People" which begins a fou day engagement Saturday at th Palace theater with "Poor Rich, featuring Edward Everett Horton. Â» * * "Madison Square Garden," story starring Jack Oakie as fighter, Is the feature at.the.Stran Friday and Saturday with :a wes' .Mai 15c Â·Â·Â·Â·MM 50 Minutes of Local Movies VIrs. Charles Best Dies at Burchinal Home Early Tuesday BURCHINAL, March 27.--Mrs. -harles Best, 77, died at her home in Jurchinal at 1 o'clock Tuesday lorning after an illness of two Â·eeks. She suffered from asthma. Surviving are her husband, four aughters, Mrs. Florence Walker, ona S. Dak.; Mrs. Alice Auchamp- ch, River Falls, Wis.: Mrs. Ruth Harthan, Cohasset, Minn., Mrs. 3ertha Berg, Superior, Wis.; three ons, George, Cobasset, Minn.; Fred, Surchinal and Ray, Belmond. A son and daughter preceded her n death. She also leaves 42 grand- hildren and 21 great grandchildren. Funeral services will be held 'hursday afternoon at 1 o'clock at the First M. E. church at Burchinal. Surial will be in the Goodell cem- tery- The Williams funeral home s in charge. Decisions m Pre-D 1S t r 1C t of the Hlldreth hotel this afternoon. ~ F. C. Ripley received a telegram yesterday that his sister, Mrs. Adam Schissler, died at Spirit Lake, Idaho. Mrs. Schissler was Vera Johnson before her marriage and lived at Carr- CHARLES CITY NEWS lear Lake, Hampton and Charles City Win Declam IOWANS SUPPORT WALLACE'S PLAN Delegates From 91 Counties Indorse AAA Program of Dairy Control. Vladena Succumbs Near Plymouth Suddenly of Heart Disease Attack PLYMOUTH, March 27.--Arthur Madena, fanner about 50 years of age, lifelong resident of this community died suddenly Monday afternoon at his home four miles northeast of town of heart disease. Besides his wife and daughter, Norma ae leaves his aged father, brother Edward and two sisters, Mrs. William Spaight and Mrs. John Cobeen, all of this vicinity. Rites Wednesday for Cline of Eagle Grove EAGLE GROVE, March 27.--Funeral services for George F. Cline, 65 who died Sunday at his residence, will be held at the Wilson funeral chapel Wednesday. Mr. Cline was a car repairer by occupation and had been in the employ of the Chicago North Western railway 18 years. He is survived by the wife; a daughter, Mrs. Lawrence Ransford, Mason City, and a son, Ralph. Elected S. S. Officers. BURT, March 27.--The Presbyterian Sunday school elected: Gardner Patterson, superintendent; Mrs. J. W. Dorrance, assistant; Mrs. Lloyd Elston, primary superintendent; Marie Grover, secretary; Viola Riddle, librarian; F. E. Rubey, treas urer and Elinor Elston, pianist. "Girl Trouble," also on ern picture, the bill- Ray Walker and Virginia Cherrill head the cast of "He Couldn't Take It" which plays Friday and Saturday at the Iowa for its first showing in Mason City. BIG DOUBLE PROGRAM Ends Tuesday "Take a Chance" With "Buddy" Rogers Showing WED. THURS. U YOUR ONE BIG OPPORTUNITY MASON CITY'S LOCAL MOVIE If yon did not get a chance to see It at the CECIL--then see It at the Strand--WED. or THURS, See yoarself or your friends! Movies of local people, business firms, and aerial views of Mason City. THBHD fHEAVEN with Far BALNTER Mae CLARKE Tom BROWN BIEKKEL Maiy CARLISLE Onslow STEVENS Manager's Note: This is ONE picture every father, mother, son and daughter in Mason City should not fail to seel V . STARTS SATURDAY! Special Easter Attraction! NORMA SHEARER in "RIPTIDE" With Robert Montgomery Â· YOU'LL SEE IT MORE THAN ONCE! ALSO THIS FEATURE PICTURE! KlmpIefM - lamlly! Craw how! Part Squlrrely and 100% Nuts! "THREE CORNERED MOON" With CLAUDETTE COLBERT RICHARD ARLEN, MARY BOLAND TOM BROWN -- -- JOAN MARSH On the Stage In Person: Tuesday Only "MERRY GO-ROUND" A Rare Opportunity to See Your Favorite Radio Entertainers in Person W And On the Screen: JAMES CAGNEY "Jimmy the Gent" With a Big Cast When love's lightning strikes twice In the same woman's heart, somebody's got lo pay for the damage done! with Aline McMahon Ann Dvorak-Preal FostÂ«r-GlendA Fnrrt X,yle Talbot-Frank McHoffh-Koth Donnelly I JUST KILLED A RAT! ; BIG DAYS Starting Wednesday Look behind the scenes and see what actually goes on at a At the Usual PALACE Bargain Prices Mat. 20c Eve. SOc. with Frances Dee Gene Raymond Alison Skipworth Harry Green 'COMING OUT PARTY' Meet Are Close; Ranks Are Announced. CHARLES CITY, March 27.-The pre-district declamatory contest held last evening in the high school auditorium was attended by a fair sized crowd. Owing to the closeness of the decisions, the ranking were difficult to determine. The judges were Miss Hazel Strayer, tead of the dramatic department of Iowa State' Teachers college, Cedar Falls; Charles Holden, instructor of speech at the same college and L. Wayne Smith, teacher of public speaking in the Cedar Falls public schools. Following is a list of the students who took part and their final rank- tag by the judges: Oratorical--Harold Charleswortb, Clear Lake; John Coonley, Hampton; John Ellison, Fredericksburg; George Moon, Hubbard. D r a m a t i c -- Betty Jennings, Hampton; Miidge Owen, Osage; Helen Morris, Nashua; Chester Peterson, Industrial school, Eldora. H u m o r o u s -- Virginia Castle, harles City; Charles Stevensen, reene, Bruce Miller, Reinbeck and 'axtae Codner, Allison. Music for the program included a "Yench horn solo by Paul Moore, uba solo, Eugene Case and three elections by the boys' quartet of he high school. udge Clark to Open Next Term of Court in Charles City April 9 CHARLES CITY, March 27.-- udge J. J. Clark will open the next enn of court here April 9. The rand jury will meet Tuesday, April 0 and the trial jury is called for pril 16. Following is a list of the jurors hosen for this term: R. A. Butter- ield E. L. Childs, Jennie Ferguson, ,eone Martin, V. A. Self, H. A. emmelhack, Kate Zimmer, Frank Tubbs, Charles City; Byron Adams nd Earl Fisher, Scott township; V. H. Armstrong, Lulu Chesnut, llsie Dykeman, George N. Wetzel, Floyd township; Florence Brown, 4.. W. Lohr, Glen Webb, Henry Wil- a'rd, Rockford township; A. A. Jaake, Mrs. Jay Hillman, Ulster ownship. George DeLong, Fred LaCoste, ludd; Leo Gabe, George Murch, Peasant Grove; Lloyd Gashel, rene Hart Verne Kuhlmier, Rock Irove township; Earl.-Kiess, Walter Schiff el, Niles township; Steve Megivern, Mrs. Hattie Parker, Oscar 3tille, Riverton township; Eva Lit:Ie, William Ross, Anna Valla, St. Charles township; Fred Rivers, Sam Vaid, Cedar township; Russell Smith. Earl Staudt, Arlie Wedeking, Jnlon township. W.C.T.U. Guest Day at Charles City Planned CHARLES CITY, March 27.--The W. C. T. U. will have a guest day at the home of Mrs. Katherine Seymour, Wednesday afternoon at 2:30. The program will be as follows: Devotions, Mrs. Maud Rideout; one act play, "A Good Name," Mesdames Hill,' Smith, Larson and Huffman; roll'call ,"The Best Thing I Have Read in the Union Signal;" vocal solo, Mrs. Ruth Melcher. Hostesses will be Mrs. W. H. Seymour, Mrs. E. G. Larsen, Mrs. Amelia Toepfer, Mrs. Moll and Smyrna Satterlee. Gridders Are Guests of Rotary Club at Luncheon CHARLES CITY, March 27.-Coach Clifford Boylan and his foot- hall squad were guests of the Rotar- iang Monday noon in the Hildreth hotel. The guests were presented by C. C. Smith, chairman. Mr. Boylan was called on for a speech and he introduced the captain of the team, Carl Burnett Coburn Chapler spoke briefly on athletics. Thorburn Club Leader in ^ Floyd, Butler Counties CHARLES CITY, March 27.--The executive hoards of Floyd and Butler counties' met in Charles City Saturday and hired a club leader to spend half time in each county. George Thorburn, who has just completed his course at Iowa State college was given the job. Mr. Quist, assistant state boys' club leader, met with the boards and explained to them the purpose of putting a number of men out as club leaders in the state. Twenty-five men have been placed in similar positions in the state since the first of the year. Fined for Theft. CHARLES CITY, March 27.--J. T. Noonan was fined $12.85 including costs by Justice John McGeeney yesterday morning for the theft of a pigskin jacket from a local restaurant. The jacket belonged to Frank Wolf who took it off after he went into a cafe to eat supper. . Ruth E. Howard, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Howard, who teaches in Onawa, has for the second time won recognition through her class of debaters who won first place in the state contest at Iowa City. The group she coached last year made up of different students won first place last year. Miss Howard will be home next week to spend her vacation. Mrs. Hugo Brown had a major operation yesterday in the Cedar Valley hospital. Betty Henry, small daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Henry, fell on the school ground and broke her arm. Mrs. H. J. Huber and sons have gone to Ossian to spend the week with her father. DES MOINES, March 27, Iowa dairy producers were on record today as favoring Secretary Wallace's proposed program for the dairy industry. Delegates from 91 Iowa counties yesterday indorsed the principles of the AAA production control plan and set up points In a state proposal. The proposed processing tax levy was approved by a vote of 67 to 24 and the delegates favored reducing butterfat production by a vote of 56 to 27. Fund for Advertising. Included in the state plans were: Establishment of a $2,000,000 fund for advertising dairy products. Limitation of imports and vegetable oils and fats and dairy products to the total of exports month by month. Reduction of production in pounds of butterfat by from 10 to 20 per cent. Eliminate Tuberculosis. Elimination of cows Infected with tuberculosis or bang's disease, furnishing of relief milk to needy city children and transfer of cows from surplus areas to needy farmers who do not have cows. A longtime program on whatever basis the secretary of agriculture deems necessary subject to the approval of the producers. A higher tax on vegetable fats and oils. Lloyd B. Cunningham of Cresco was named chairman and Wilbur Hubbard of Neola was elected secretary- T'ang was one of the seven most celebrated dynasties of China. Lake Mills Graphic Is _ Now in New Location LA WE MILLS, March 27.--M. A. Aasgaard, publisher of the Lake Mills Graphic, purchased the building formerly occupied by the Wcs- cott Produce station and is now lo-. cated in the new building. Mr. Wescott will carry on his produce work in a part of the Winnebago Auto company building. } i: SURF BALLROOM Clear Lake EASTER MONDAY April 2 OLD TIME DANCE DENISON CLUB On North Road to Clear Lake Wednesday, March 28 -- Music by -Campbell's Original Music Masters Public Invited . . . Admission 25c Per Person CHARLES CITY BRIEFS CHARLES CITY, March 27.--E. M. Sherman who has been in Rochester, Minn., for treatment at the Mayo clinic returned home yesterday much improved in health. The board of directors of the Women's club met for luncheon yesterday noon at the home of Mrs. Lee Fenholt. The annual business meeting of the club and election of officers is to be held in the club room 'ara at Pznnzy's Easter Fashions Need Penney's FOUNDATIONS The new Spring clothes are smart! But they simply mustn't show a single bulge or bump beneath their sleek smoothness! So--unless you're one of those fortunate creatures with a perfect figure, better hurry to Penney's for one-of these new-style, low-priced foundations ! SAVE THIT-M DAYS THURS rfflfSAT- tfA29 30 31 Customers buy it again and again.' Corset for slightly stout figures! '--^ V" V 1.98 It'g in. pink coutil with clasp front, lace back, and boning where the well developed figure needs it! FOR EASTER Have a New Betty Co-ed Bias-cut and straightltne rayon-and-cotton sups 69* Both la eel t r i m m e d --the crepe is the soft, firm: quality that wears a a di w a s h e s sol very_well 1 : CAPESKIN SLIP-ON GLOVES Trimmed and plain--in blacks, browns. Don't miss this "buy." $1.19 pr. Attractive 2- tone r a y o n warp batiste; swami b u s t section. Light d i a p h r a g m control. Low back. Srper smart savings! $1.98 Ask for No. 659 Printed Panne Satin Bandeau Soft pliable braids in all the new Easter colors, as well as black, navy, brown, beige. Medium brims, off-the-face styles, sailors -- they're all good, they're all values ! "' No. 79. Attractively made -- and priced! Lace, edge, rosebud trim, clastic back section 1 Silk Stockings Pair They're Penney Gaymodes . . . fine gauge, special yarn sheer-chiffons, chiffons, and semi-serviceweights !-- All with dainty silk picot top -- French heel -- cradle sole! Flawlessly knit. Full-fashioned. Perfect fit. New Square Necks! Vivid Mexican Slrlpesl DRESSES $5*85 Fashion goes South of the Rio Grande for inspiration this season-and you'll like the bold Mexican colorings Penney's brings you, and the new square necklines in floral prints. Also in this group are dark frocks with touches of crisp white. Misses and Women's Sizes. \ MEN'S SILK HOSE Fancy or plain col- J ors. Armor foot *!Â» MEN'S SILK TIES I New patterns. Lined 49c J.CPENNEYGO 20-24 SOUTH FEDERAL AVE. MASON CITY, IOWA -i.,4.