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FOURTEEN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE CHARLES CITY NEWS Mason Gtyan Is Sued for $6,600 as Result i of Accident Injuries CHARLES CITY, March 28.- Harry G. Turner of this city, a salesman, has filed suit against Jerome Froelingsdorf of Mason City Â·asking damages amounting to '56 600 as a result of an automobile 'accident. The petition alleges Turner received injuries to his spine and shoulders in an accident when he was a passenger in the Mason Â·City man's car when they were on their way home from a St. Paul 'convention. Floyd County Spelling Meet to Be Saturday CHARLES CITY, March 28.-The Floyd county spelling contest will be held Saturday in the high school auditorium. Beginning at 9-30 a. m. there will be written tests and at 1:30 p. m. the oral tests -will be given. Miss Fannie Howell, county superintendent ot schools, stated pupils may enter both contests and the winner of '.each group will compete in an oral contest. ;Good Friday Services at ' Charles City Announced : CHARLES CITY, March 28.-Union Good Friday services unde the auspices of the 'Charles Cit; Ministerial association will be heL Friday in the Congregatlona church. The services are such tha the public may come and go any time. Following is the program: 1 to 12'30, "Where are the Children? E W Huelster; 12:30 to 1:1! "Christ in the Garden?" W. F. Bell Â·tat;- 1:12 to 1:48, "The Betrayal an Trial of Christ," R. H- Collis; 1:48 t 2:24, "The Crucifixion of Chnst, A. A. Hideout. Mrs. Nies Re-Elected President of Woman's Club at Charles City CHARLES CITY, March 28.--All f the old officers of the Woman's lub were re-elected yesterday with he exception of the treasurer, Mrs. ..ee Fenholt, who declined to have ler name read. Those who will hold office next year are Mrs. Frank Nies, president; Mrs. A. R. Melrose, First vice-president; Mrs. O. H. Banon, second vice-president; Mrs. R. ; Shearer, recording secretary; Sirs. H. L. Treloar, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Irving Smith, treas- irer Thirty-one members of the club gathered for the annual business Meeting held in the club room hi the Hildreth hotel. The yearly reports were read by the president, department chairmen and chairmen of standing committees. Mrs. J. E. Salsbury, chairman of the membership committee reported the present membership was 169. Mrs. W. K. Carr, as election chairman, read the election rules. Tbt Einal meeting of the music department will be held next Tuesday with Mrs. E. A. Sheldon as chairman. CHARLES CITY BRIEFS CHARLES CITY, March 28.--The Va-Tan-Ye club meeting was feat- fxmbited a number of show the different kinds and patterns of glass. Olive Hand was chairman of the meeting. Mary Rudolph received word yes- terdayrf the death of her sister, Mrs. Margaret Meyer, at Escondido Cal. Mrs. Meyer is survived by her husband, five sons and two At a meeting of the W. R. C. Monday it was voted to have the ENTIRE r ^FAMILY G A P . party April 6. Mrs. Harriet Hucklns, member of the corps for 30 years, whose eighty-first birthday occurred March 20, was honored and presented with gifts. Mrs Lucy Fitch who was 87 yesterday received her friends during the afternoon at her home, corner of Iowa and Spriggs streets. Miss Fitch who is blind was remembered with flowers and gifts. Mrs R. C. Mitchell has returned to her home in Vinton after spending a few days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Bulawa and brother, Francis, who has been Hi. Mrs. J. C. Norman has gone to Storm Lake to spend a few days with her son, George, and family. Increase in. sales has made it r. -cssary for the Farm Bureau Service company to add another storage tank to its plant making it the largest bulk plant in Floyd county. ^____ Louis Block Will Speak to Knights on Thursday CHARLES CITY, March 28.-Louis Block of Davenport, grand inspector general of the Knights Rose CroLx. Scottish Rite Masonry, will give the address tomorrow night in the Masonic temple when Rose Croix Masons meet for the ceremony of extinguishing the light. The meeting under the auspices of the Northeastern Iowa Consistory club will begin with a dinner at 6:30 in the temple dining room. Rites Are Conducted at Deer Creek Church for Hans Hanson, 84 NORTHWOOD, March 28.--Funeral rites for Hans Hanson, S4, were held Monday at the Deer Creek Lutheran church northeast of Northwood and were conducted by the Rev. Hans Fosnes of Northwood. Burial was made in London cemetery not far from the church. Mr. Hanson died Saturday at his home after a very brief illness. Mr. Hanson was a native of Hak- edalen, Norway. He left Norway in 1871, arriving in Decorah May 20 of that year. He waa married to Gertrude Leidal Nov. 2, 1874, at Decorah. In 1877 they moved to London township in Freebom county where they since lived. Surviving are his wife and four children, Henry Hanson of Grove township, Worth county; Mrs. P. O. Horgen, Northwood; Peter L. Hanson, who lives'on the home farm; and Mrs. EDO Hendrikson of Albert Lear. One daughter, Mrs. O. 0. Lund, preceded him in death. He was one of the sturdy and ighly respected residents of this ommunity, being interested . in lanking and co-operative institu- :ons at Northwood and London. He was a well known stock man and 'eeder and by his reputation for fair dealing in this branch of agricul- .ural industry established an extensive business. He continued in active work until his last illness. "EYE" POURED FOR LARGEST TELESCOPE T he pouring of * ns of molten glass to form the ' in what was regarded as an ladle from which the glass was 10 months to cool it. (Associated Press Photos) tures should be found in "The Poor Rich" which begins a four day engagement Saturday at the Palace theater. Leading the way are Edward Everett Horton and Edna May Oliver, while Thelma Todd, Andy Device, the Jate Leila Hyams, Una O'Connor and John Miljan are In supporting roles. Completing the double feature program is lour Frightened People." Fast comedy Is the rule In "He Couldn't Take It," week-end attraction at the Iowa, with Ray Walker and Virginia Cherril in leading roles This is a Monogram picture and a first showing in this city. v * * * "Madison Square Garden," a story of that great sporting arena, heads the double bill scheduled Friday ana Saturday at the Strand. Jack Oakle, Zasu Pitts and Thomas MeiR'han have the top spots in the cast There is also a western picture, "Girl Trouble," with Bud and Ben, two new western stars. F. T. A. to Hear Johnson. LELAND, March 28.--Professor Johnson from Waldorf college vril speak on the topic, "Choosing a Vo cation," at the Parent-Teachers meeting to be held at the school house on Friday evening, April 6. MARCH 28 Brandau Named J3S BarU secretary-treasurer TWO BIG FEAl'URbb ' ;.w GINGER ROGERS NORMAN FOSTER GEORGE SIDNEY Â·'RAFTER ROMANCE" Grand Opening SURF BALLROOM EASTER MONDAY, APRIL 2 Dancing 9 to 1 ANDY KIRK AND HIS 12 CLOUDS (Colored) A Music Corporation Band LADIES 35c GENTS 40c Krt ^irÂ«raÂ£^ *Â£ s^'W--sr AND HIS WORtD FAMOUS PENNIES SATURDAY. APRIL 7 KED NICHOLS STARTS TODAY! CECI ENDS FRIDAY te: fu Stl fo, Jy Clams masuring three feet across in tropical waters south of Florida can clamp a diver and drown him. "By R. J. f" LIONEL RESUMES HIS BURDENS AT CECIL Possibly there are those who will lot agree that Lionel Barrymore's ole in "This Side of Heaven" is downtrodden, but it is substantially he same as most of his recent characterizations. In this picture he is MEN'S SHOES at Unmatchable Low Prices .$|.98 $2.M $3.68 $4.98 Sent comfort, enduring quality and smart f ood looks. We will help youu select shoes that Â«t smootMy-with plenty of toe-room, broad tread, yet a trimly flttine aw* a" a nee1 ' LADIES' SHOES Straps, Bumps and Ties-- New Styles and Shades $1.39 $;|.98 $2-69 $3-45 Girls' and Boys' Oxfords and Straps $;|.39 $J.98 $2-69 Had Hardly Seen a Well Day in Past Six Years Would Walk All Night, Sleep Impossible, On Strict Diet and Even Then So Distressed With Stomach Trouble; "Gly-Cas Gave Me New Lease on Life," Says Mrs. Garrett. "I had seen the action of many medicines--but never one that can compare with this new Gly-Cas,' Mrs. A. J. Garrett, 1216 21st Ave., S. 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DECORAH, March 28.--Christopher E. Johnson, 93. one of the few surviving Civil war soldiers of Winneshiek county, died yesterday at his farm home near Spillville, where he made his home more than 60 years. His health, until the past month, had been good, but since then had failed rapidly. The funeral services will be nem Sunday afternoon at the home, the Rev. O. Sandbach of the M. E church in Decorah, officiating. Burial will be in Phelps cemetery in Decorah. Mr. Johnson was born in Sogn Norway, and came to America in 1861 with his parents. The Johnsons settled in Illinois, where, in 186 Christopher enlisted in Co. B, 163 II linois infantry. Following his dis charge he came to Winnesmel county settling on the farm in Winneshiek county where he lived at the time of his death. In 1873 he was married to Miss Julia Thorsen. Five children survive, Jack and Alfred, Annie and Julia, who make their home on the farm. A grandson, Carrol Johnson, also survives. Mrs. Fred Houseman, Armstrong, Succumbs; Rites to Be Thursday ARMSTRONG, March 28.--Mrs. Fred Houseman, 69, died at her home here Monday afternoon from a paralytic stroke which she suffered tl"t morning. Mrs. Eouse- man was born in May, 1864. She was united in marriage to Frefl Houseman in 1884 at Grundy county and came to Emmet county in 1R84 Mrs. Houseman leaves her husband four children, Mrs. Blanche Hockett of Estherville, Clayton and Walter and Mrs. Vera Smith of Armstrong; eight grandchildren and three great grandchildren. Funeral services will be held Thursday afternoon at the Methodist church. Rainey "Blacklist" Takes Boom After Vote on Veterans WASHINGTON, March 28. JF-Speaker Rainey's little "blacklist of house democrats who have voted against the president is growing up. Particular attention was called to this when Representative Fish (R., N Y.), commenting today on the fact that 209 democrats voted to override the president's veto of the indecendent offices bill, wondered: "Where is the democratic blacklist now? Spaker Rainey will have At Mason City THEATERS 4ULC1 LZia.uiv(i.*o. j-ii Â»*Â«-- r the head of a family comprising an artistic wife, two girls of a marriageable age and a son in his first year at college. As if those worries were not enough, he also is involved n a $40,000 embezzlement. This production began a three day run Wednesday at the Cecil. * * * Frances Dee, Gene Raymond and Alison Skipworth head the cast of "Coming Out Party," a tale of New York's social set and $50,000 coming out parties in which Frances is the debutante and Gene a young violinist in a night club orchestra, but the beau ideal for Frances, nevertheless. "Heat Lightning," the second feature on this bill which runs Wednesday through Friday at the Palace, stars Aline MacMahon and Ann Dvorak as sisters who operate a filling station and lunch counter in the desert regions of the southwest and Preston Foster and Lyle Talbot in roles of fugitive bank robbers. * * * LOCAL MOVIE WITH RIMPLEGAR FAMILY Ending a two day engagement Thursday at the Strand is a double feature program with Mason City's local movie, which was shown last week at the Cecil, sharing the spotlight with "Three Cornered Moon," the comical story of the mildly crazy Rimplegar family, millionaires who live to discover what it means to be ex-millionaires. Mary Boland's performance is excellent. lette seem to step right from the pages of S. S. Van Dine's books in their roles as Philo Vance and Ser- ge'ant'Heath in "The Kennel Murder Case" which completes its run at the Iowa Thursday. On the same program is "Rafter Romance" starring Norman Foster and Ginger Rogers in a clever comedy built around the amusing situation of a girl occupying a room during the night and a man using the same room in the daytime while she is at work. * * * Norma Shearer, Robert Montgomery and Herbert Marshall provide the entertainment in "Riptide," the usual eternal triangle with Marshall as the indifferent husband and Montgomery as an American playboy. This picture begins a four day engagement Saturday at the Cecil theater. * * * HORTON AND OLIVER Flaming Youth Dances! --while father pays the piper! ill A picture packed with the passions, hopes, tears and laughter of a family such as you know! You'll live every moment of it, you'll | love Lionel Barrymore in his finest, most human performance! A Great Human Document Written In Laughter and Tears tf fa th be TEAMED IN "POOR RICH" Enough comedy for several pic- rNOWSSSs.: William Powell and Eugene Pal- Si 5 S. Federal DEPARTMENT STORE GRAND PRIZE CAKEWALK at Armory Tickets now on sale at Michael's Drug, Killmer Drug, Hux- tanle Drug, United Cigar. GENERAL ADMISSION 500 RESEBA'E 35c TUESDAY, APRIL 3 8:30 P. M. UNITS ON THE SAME PROGRAM "THREE CORNERED MOON" CLMjDETTE COLBEEI RICHARD ABLEN MARY BOLAND MAT. f 15c * EVE. 20c ; Also D Minutes of Mason City's Local Movie FEATURING LOCAL PEOPLE SEE TOCRSELF OB YOUR FRIENDS "IN THE MOVIES" THIS SIDE With Fay Bainter -- Mae X Clarke -- Tom Brown -Una Merkel -- Mary Car, lisle -- Onslow Stevens A picture that concerns you and your family . . . you must see i t . . . you dare not miss it! Added BING CROSBY in "PLEASE" to -COMING SOON:MAE WEST: ."I'M NO AXGEL"-- to start a new one." Phone 484 can eat anything I want, sleep wel and feel like my former self once more, even my Wood pressure has been reduced. I know that no one except myself can ever know what I suffered. And it was so discour aging trying medicine after medi cine without results and it was cer tainly a happy day when I began to get just the relief I had been wanting from this Gly-Cas. I feel like telling everyone to try this new remedy for I know from experience --it does the work and does it well. Gly-Cas is sold by Michael Drug Co., 5 South Federal Ave., Mason City, Iowa. MAJOR HIMIBif Â·I 11 jii^^^^HHMHI^^M^^H NOW SHOWING Plav by Meltonville Club Given for Bureau NORTHWOOD, March 28.--Members of the Meltonville Community club gave the play, "Wild Ginger at the Northwood Music hall Tuesday evening for the benefit of the Grove township Farm Bureau. The hall was packed. The program was followed by a lunch and dancing. "Junior," a white Angora cat, greets guests as they register at a Rankin, Texas, hotel, by extending his right P aw Â« I'M MAN-PROOF--THANKS TO A MAN! Love's lightning struck once ^^I^^TSppens i 'Heat Lightning 1 Â«Â«Â» ALINE McMAHON If you want the lowdown on the upper crust, see: "Coming Out Party" | with Frances Dec, Geno Kaymond, Alison Sklpworth, Harry Ann Dvorak Preston Foster Glenda Farrell Lyle Talbot Frank JtcHugh Kuth Donnelly Special Easter Attraction!! PREMIER SHOWING OF FILMDOM'S GOLD MEDAL STAR IN ANOTHER GOLD MEDAL PICTURE! A triumph for the modern woman . . . who dares to live as she chooses . . . to love as she pleases! fc ROBERT RIPTIDE A daring story clad -* In tho silken charm of iNorma Shearer's nrtistry. YOU'LL SEE IT MORE THAN ONCE!