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Mason City, Iowa
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Friday, March 30, 1934
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MARCH 30 193-1 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE BELMOND WOMAN DIES SUDDENLY Mrs. Perry C. Loomis, 65, Survived by Husband, 3 Sisters, Brother. BELMOND. March 30. --- Mrs. Perry C. Loomis, 65, died suddenly at her farm home one mile south of town Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Loomis complained of not feeling- well and laid down to rest. Death resulted in a few minutes, caused from heart disease. Mrs. Loomis was born in Champaign county, 111., Feb. 15, 1869. She came to Wright county with her parents in 1875 and resided here since. She was married to Perry C. Loomis FSb. 28, 1886, and they have since lived on the farm on which her husband was born. Mr. and Mrs. Loomis were active in all social aod community affairs and were the first residents of this community to own an eight cylinder automobile. One child, born to Mr. and Mrs. Loomis, died in infancy. She leaves besides her husband, three sisters, Mrs. Charlie Webb of Puyllap, Wash.; Mrs. Oscar Blighton, Wibeaux, Mont.; and Mrs. Charles Pablett of Iowa Falls, and one brother, William Trees of Montana. sion in favor of John Blaul and Sons, wholesalers of groceries, against H. O. Ingalls for $72.72. The bill was for two orders of groceries given by H. M. Graves who operated the store after buying it from Ingalls but turned it back claiming it was misrepresented. He had paid $400 down on the deal. CharlesCftyNews NEW HAMPTON PARK IMPROVED Additional Changes Under Way; Sports Facilities Are Included. NEW HAMPTON--Extensive improvements in local parks have been completed and more are planned. Particularly in East park, which is the largest has much been accomplished. East park has been completely tiled and the ground graded and leveled. The old race track, which was on the site when it was a fairgrounds, was removed. A new athletic field in the southwest corner has been built and the grandstand mov«d to it. Two hundred and tifty trees and several hundred shrubs have been set out. Changes have been made arounc the swimming pool. A tennis court is now under construction and a band stand is being considered. Facilities for trapshooting, kittenball, base ball and football and tennis will be in the competed project. Much free work was received from RFC and CWA labor. CWA to Build Hangar, Put Up Fence Around Charles City Airport CHARLES CITY, March 30.--The city council authorized Mayor W. K. Can- and City Clerk John McGeeney to sign a lease with Carlisle Ellis for five years leasing about 200 acres, of ground northeast of the stations for a municipal airport. According to Mayor Carr, the CWA office in Des Moines promised the construction of a hangar besides supplying markers and a five wire barbed fence around the field. The city will have an option to lease the field for a second five year period. For the first two years the city will suspend the taxes and give Mr. Ellis the alfalfa crop on the ground. For the next three years the city will suspend the taxes and pay a rental of $2 an acre and give Mr. Ellis the alfalfa crop. The rental for the second five years will be $S an acre. During the first five years the city also agrees to furnish the use of a city tractor every spring to harrow the entire field. Labor to improve the field will be-.furnished from the emergency ""relief funds. Funeral for Newton Is Held at Charles City CHARLES CITY, March 30.--Funeral services for Robert M, Newton of Hayward, Wis., were to be held at the Hauser funeral home at 3 o'clock this afternoon with, the Rev. R. H. Collis officiating. Mr. Newton died Tuesday at Ashland, Wis., at 63. He is survived by two children, Linn C., Los Angeles, Cal., and Natalie C. Heller of Orchard, also two sisters and two brothers, SSTell Elwood of Hopkins, Minn., Mrs. J. P. Meyers, Clarence of Charles City and Jasper of Howardville, Minn. Mrs. Ryan Funeral Is Held at Nora Springs; Burial at Mason City NORA SPRINGS, March 30.--Funeral services for Mrs. Barbara Ann Huntington Ryan, 81, were held Wednesday afternoon at the Martin- Sheckler funeral home with the Rev. Conrad Buehler officiating. Burial was in Elmwood cemetery in Mason City. Mrs. Ryan was born at Rurth, Sask, Canada, July 27, 1853. When she was 1 the family moved to Faribault, Minn., where she spent her earlier years. On April 11, 1S76, she was married to Silas H. Ryan. Mrs. Ryan with her family moved to Mason City in 1911 where they lived three years after which they moved to Nora Springs, living here the past 23 years. Mrs. Ryan had been in poor health several years and last November suffered a stroke from which she rallied and she was able to be around the house again. She is survived by her children, Orah Ryan of Milwaukee, Wis.; Grace Roberts Carpenter, Charles Ryan and Mrs. Clara Riesdorf, both of Nora Springs and Stephen Ryan of St. Paul, Minn. Her husband died Oct. 11, 1918. Pearl Peterson and Willis Ryan also preceded their mother in death. HOWARD COURT TO OPEN MONDAY Eichendorf to Be Presiding Judge; Petit Jurors to Appear April 9. CKESCO, March 30.--Judge W. L. Eichendorf of McGregor will convene district court at Cresco Monday. The bar calendar calls for 105 irobate cases, seven criminal cases, 70 civil cases and 33 new cases. Grand jurors are: Charles Bigalk, Albion; Albert Reinhart, Paris; H H. Parchman, Vernon Springs; Wil- iara Volbrecht, Jamestown; W. O Davis, Forest City; E. H. Baumgartner. Howard Center; Theodore Landswerk, New Oregon; Donald Fairchild, Afton; Glen Bundy, Oak Dale; Albert Biwer, Howard; J. D Carey, Chester; Frank Freiburg Saratoga. Petit jurors to appear April 9 are as follows: Thies Fox, Jamestown A. F. Eaton, Chester; Jessie Thomp son, Vernon Springs; Elizabeth Moudry, New Oregon 1; France Handke. Cresco 2; D. S. McGee Cresco 3; Carl Schacht, Forest City Henry Dotzler, Howard Center; Ber Salisbury, Vernon Springs; Lar Jensen, Oak Dale; Bertha NichoU Cresco 3; Laura Powell, Oak Dale Albert Hartung, Forest City; T. C Evans, Afton; H. L. Gassett, Pan 1; Willie Beaumaster. Paris 2; 0 A. Stinger, Vernon Springs; Glenn Halweg, Forest City. J. A. Dostal, New Oregon 2; He man Inns, Forest City; Vei ] Schram, Afton; Arlin Schriebe Cresco 2; Edna Van Syoc, Jame town; Stella Vrba, New Oregon 2 Charles Groth, Howard; E. J. Bou ka, Vernon Springs; Louis Heime dinger, Paris 2; Cora Sol tow, Cre co 2; Floyd Fravel, New Oregon, 1; Bartilde Natvig, New Oregon 2; Roland Kapka, Howard Center; Louis J. Schmitt, New Oregon 2; Lucy Milz. Cresco 2; Ida May Smilie, Cresco 2; H. C. Stevenson, Chester. FOLLIES' PRETTIEST The prettiest "eyeful'' in the current edition of the Ziegfeld Follies--that's Leono Sousa. She was chosen by a group of artists in New York. (Associated Press Photo). Montgomery and Herbert Marshall are cast opposite her. * # * "The Poor Itlch" should produce laughs at a high rate of rapidity. Its cast, headed by Edward Evcr- ettt Horton and Edna May Oliver with Thclma Todd and Andy Devine in support, provides a maximum of comedy potentiality. "Four Frightened People" is an interesting jungle picture featuring the wanderings of two men and two women through plague infested tropical forests. These features comprise the double bill starting a four day run Saturday at the Palace. * * f- SPORTS FEATURE HEADS STRAND BILL Bringing together a score or more ot celebrities of the sports world during the last two decades, "Madison Square Garden" should be a treat for any devotee of athletics. This picture, showing Friday and Saturday at the Strand, also brings Thomas Mcighan's welcome face back to the screen. "Girl Trouble.' a western film, completes this bill » * » Kay Walker plays the role of a devil-may-care upstart whose fists and apparently uncontrollable temper lose as many Jobs as they find for him until he finds ends up as a special investigator for a district attorney in the Iowa's Friday-Saturday feature, "He Couldn't Take It." This is a Monogram production, and consequently includes some new- faces in its cast. u. * T- Ramon Novarro and Jeancttc MacDonald, who possess two of tno finest voices ever connected with the moving- picture industry, are costarred in "The Cat and the Fiddle, adapted from the successful stage play. Frank Morgan and Charles JSutterworth head the supporting ast of this production which plays Vedncsdtty through Friday at the lecil. Jimmy Durante. Lupe Yele/. and Stuart Erwin, ably assisted by Mur- orie Rambeau. Robert Armstrong, Jary Carlisle, Thelma Todd and Gus Arnheim and his orchestra headline :ho production "Palooka" which shares the midweek bill at the Palace with "I Believed in You," the relieving person being John Boles. + * * ·ANN VICKEKS" RETURNS TO IOWA Walter Huston and Irene Dunne in the leading roles of the picturiza- tion of Sinclair Lewis' novel, "Ann Vickers" return to Mason City to E. F. Davis, Formerly of Rockwell, Dies in Elgin ROCKWELL, March 30.--Word has been received here of the death on Wednesday of E. F. Davis, formerly of this place, at his home in Elgin, 111. Mr. Davis is a brother of Mrs. R. J. Bamhill who with other relatives will attend the funeral at Elgin Saturday. At Mason City THEATERS By R. J. P. NORMA SHEARER IN "RIP TIDE" Caught in a rip tide, not the undertow which occasionally takes its roll of lives in southern California by pu'-iing bathers out to sea. but an emotional rip tide, one with which all of us are familiar and which often proves more treacherous than the physical force, Norma Shearer adds another excellent performance to her list of credits when her latest picture begins a four day engagement Saturday at the Cecil theater. Robert The test of growth is to visit the old home town and observe whether important citizens still seem that way .--Fountain Inn Tribune. District 0. E. S. Session ! Planned at Charles City j CHARLES CITY, March 30.--Mrs. Pearl Mae Fluegel, district instructor of the O. E. S. announced that Charles City has been selected as the place of meeting April 16. Nineteen different towns will send representatives and some of the grand officers will be present including Mrs. Bowers of Orient, grand matron and Mr. Clark of Cedar Rapids, grand patron. The meeting will convene in the high school auditorium and will close with a banquet. Will Open Store. CHARLES CITY, March 30.--A. T. Hess, formerly of Sioux City but who has lived here since last fall, will open a shoe store Friday in the building formerly occupied by the Sam Wolf clothing store, 206 North Main street. Mr. Hess has owned shoe stores in Grand Island and Fullerton, Nebr., for the last 15 years. Mr. Ivan Bradley of Omaha will be the manager of the new store. Talks on Vocational School. CHARLES CITY, March 30, James Montgomery, attending the federal vocational school in the Y M. C. A. talked to the members of the Lions' club Thursday noon on the purpose of the school and how the transients reacted to the plan as carried out here. Weston E. Jones was chairman of the meeting. Mer vin Sours, secretary of the Y. M. C A., was a guest. GRAND PRIZE SURF BALLROOM CLEAK, LAKE, IOWA EASTER MONDAY, APRIL 2 Dancing 9 to 1 ANDY KIRK and HIS 12 CLOUDS of JOY LADIES 35C A Music Corporation Band GENTS 40c = Notice--No free passouts--there will be a Iflc charge to persons who leave the ballroom and return during the evening KED NICHOLS AND HIS WORLD FAMOUS 1'ENMES SATURDAY, APRIL 7 at Armory Tickets now on sals at Blich aci's Drug, Killmer Drug, Hux table Drug, United Cigar. GENERAL ADMISSION 50c RESERVE 25c TUESDAY, APRIL 3 8:30 P. M. The Uptown Dance Suot Presents Lewie Olson's Musi® IN MODERN DANCE ENTERTAINMENT AT A POPULAR, PRESENT DAY PRICE AT THE ARMORY CLIFF KYES-'MEMBER HIM-NEXT SAT. CHARLES CITY BRIEFS CHARLES CITY, March 30.--Guy Ames received a telegram stating his father. 0. S. Ames, died in th hospital at Fergus Falls, Minn. Th burial will be at Hill City, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Bos move yesterday to 203 Fifth avenue from 302 Ferguson street. Mr. and Mr. H. C. Hansen of Minneapolis ar moving back to their home vacate by the Bos family. Mary Lou McQuillcn, Gertrud Birkholtz, Keith Wilcox and Lew Eurnham, students at Iowa univo sity arrived to spend the Easter va cation. Justice S. H. Melcher gave a dcci- i D A N C E Clear take Country Club SATURDAY AND SUNDAY March 31 nnfl April 1 Favorites of the sunny south, Al Hamilton and His Orchestra, playing southern melodies and bringing you songs they love to hear down in Georgia. Last public dances this week-end for several weeks. 40c Per Person DANCE AVALON BALL ROOM Sunset Inn, Manly Saturday, March 31 RAY KEYES and His Orchestra BIG EASTEK DANCE Monday, April 2 SPIDER KURTH and His Orchestra Tuesday, April 3 BENNETT GKETEN Ladies 25c Gents 40c Mat. 15c Eve. Me Kids lOe ivilizationmadeheraLady |O f l t n x { t _ i · *·*- **v-i a he jungle made heraWoman' Smothered with , JonV ··stifled by idhifaition, ···th*jungle freed her ··.chaoged her from a shrinking violet i nto , wild and beautiful orchid 353S ©SB UjtTimefricky- HEAT LIGHTNING "DOUBLE PROGRAM FKI. and SAT. Western Drama "GIRL · TROUBLE" "with "BUD" and "BEN' Also This Feature "Madison / Square Garden" .Jnck Oaklc. Thomas Marian MUon, Zmu I'ltts. William Collier, Sr., WlHlam Boycl, Lew Cody STARTS SUNDAY Gala Easter Attraction Gay songs, pretty girls, and snappy dancing in a. drama ot a Broadway nite club: play Sunday and Monday »t Iowa thcutcr. A great picture. , Girl. l):iiii-i;," H'c story of a team of small time "hoofers" and their trouble;!, plays Sunday and Monday at the Strand. Alan Diiu- hart and Evelyn Knapp arc featured. Complications After Measles Cause Death of Mrs. Kreimeyer, 26 ACKLEY, March 30.--Complications following- measles resulted at 4 o'clock Friday morning in the death of Mr*. Walter Kreimeyer. ·u at an Ellsworth hospital, Iowa Kails, whore she was taken Thurs- it-tv ni"ht. She had been ill for two v'Vka -mil w:vs also suffering from diabetes. Formerly Anna Mao Freo-scman, she was married six veurt u"0 to Walter Kreimeyer, who survives, together with a son, Douglas, lu-r parents, Mr. and Mrs. Li'wi.-i Freust'man. now of Apung- ton five brothers and six sisters. Sine,- a vcar a«o she had lived m Aplin h -toii, where her husband manages a grocery store. Will 1'uy Dividend. TITONKA March 30.--B. G. Mc- Gtvvov. receiver of the First Na- lionaf bank, has announced that a r- per cent dividend will be payable April "" 'ill be S G On North Eoiul to Clear J^iUc SATURDAY, MARCH 31 -- IMusie, bv -- Public Invited . . . Admission 25c Per Person w i t h Kay Walltcr Virginia Cherrill George Stone SPECIAL - DINE AND DANCE -- SPECIAL BBXB BHNCEY and Her SworthouHs _· 7-VlTMc Orchestra - M-ison City's Favorites -- All (.irlh. SOUTHBKN STYLE BAUBE- j, roT.vro cmrs, Comedy, Cartoon, Sports, News COrNTKY FRIED CHICHI POTATO C-HH'S, ETC. STAKTS SUNDAY "ANN VICKERS" With Irene Dunne - Walter Huston BAKHVMOF.r: in "THIS SIDE OF HEAVEN"' Kelly Boup Cartoon Add,ed ""' n:ir " ioni ' 11 i i;is Paramount Nrws First Timp Shown in Masvm City The Management of the CECIL wishes to call your attention to the fact that the special production with JEAN MU1R - DONALD WOODS The picture is adapted from the famous book of the same name by Gladys Hasty Carroll Over One Million Conira of -This Book Hav.- !'.·'·.. SuM tn Uaf Corning Tnos., Wed.. Tluirs. MAE WEST :S!;iS" WHEREVER THIS PICTURE HAS BEEN SHOWN IT HAS PLAYED TO RECORD BRKAft.I«G THE PRODUCTION IS VERY HIGHLY RECOMMENDED AJD IS WELL DESERVING OF THE PATRONAGE OF EVERYONE IN MASON CITY AND NEARBY TOWNS Watch for the date of "AS THE EARTH TflRNS-' One Picture That's Devoid of "HOKliM' and 'BUTSIV

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