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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 13

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, March 2, 1939
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^.ztn^xxwiufas^ i~z~*^z2szs^S££i 14 THURSDAY, MARCH 2, 1939 d^svtfsaatsissssssa^Aiajji LIVESTOCK IS LOST IN FIRE Biaze Near Forest City Destroys Barn During Snow Storm FOREST CITY--Fire of unknow origin destroyed the large barn or the Albert E. Anderson farm sij miles northwest of Forest Cih Tuesday afternoon during the sea son's worst blizzard. _ Twenty-four head of livestock including 13 milk cows, eigh calves, two mules and one horse were burned in the fire. The feec and hay stored in the barn wer also destroyed. Two cows were saved, also 1 colt, which suffered, injury from breathing smoke fumes. The young stock was outside. The Forest City fire truck attempted to reach the Anderson farm, but was unable to do so because o£ snow blocked roads. The road was opened by the snow plow Wednesday. Flames were coming out of the roof when the fire was discovered, so little could be done in saving the stock. TAIE ENDS TODAY Ronald Reagan-Jane Bryan JOBATION CO-ARE THEY THE MARKED FRI. AND SAT. ONLY t--Gene Autry. 2--"Fugitives for a Night." 3--Chap. 14, "Treasure Island." Winners of Movie Quiz MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE the double feature at the State Friday and Saturday. Frank AI- bertson, Eleanor Lynn and Allan Lane are in the leads. AT THE PALACE Ends Thursday An adventurous bill -; s seen in Storm Over Bengal" and "Nancy Drew--Detective," both pictures leaning toward the action appeal in their stories. To us the most pleasing was the Nancy Drew film, the initial one of a series, which has Bonita Granville playing cops-and-rob- MOVIE MENU MRS. ELIZABETH BENINCASA MKS. LAURA W. CARPENTEK Winner of tee SoO.OOO first prize in the 5250,000 Movie Quiz contest was Mrs. Elizabeth Benincasa of San Francisco, Cal Second »£* T TM' r n t MrS ' Laura W - Carpenter,'65, widow of ?/ 6e f, t EJf Oluo ; "?° ^ ld ihe mone y wo » ld bs use* for "some goo" cause." The contest was sponsored by producers and exhibitors 6Y D.B.K. Olympe Bradna and Ray Milland in 'Say It in French," Booked Friday TMTM i t r i! ^ Fren ^ h " sophisticated comedy teaming Ray Milland and - I - ym . pe . Bradna . P^ys at the Cecil and Palace theaters Friday The film is based on a play by the French author, Jacques Deva and re- ates the story of the French bride of a young American socialite who akes the job of maid in his father's household for script purposes Irene Hervey. Janet Beecher. Mary Carlisle, Holmes Herbert; Wit *liam Collier, Sr., Erik Rhodes, Mona Barrie, Billy Lee and Billy Benedict are included in the cast. Cordon Jones and Marsha Hunt head the lineup in the racetrack f i l m , "The Long Shot," at the Strand beginning Friday, while in Old Time Dance AVALON BALLROOM MANtY, IOWA Thursday, March 2 RAY STOLZENBERG Admission 25c, Plus Tax COMING Saturday, March 4 EMIL AND HIS COMMANDERS FRI. DANCE SAT. Jikings | Tiny Little OK 5 f d Dan 26c - tic. Tai Incl. . , al PLTJS ADDED ATTRACTION LATE BUS FRI., SAT., SDN. SUN.--GENE PIEPER DAN-CE CLASS 3:13 to 3-30 TI1EX BECUiAR DANCING 2Cc - COc, TAX IN-CL. First Appearance In This Territory TUES^MARGHT Blue BARRON AND HIS RADIO, RECORDING ORCHESTRA ADVANCE TICKETS BABIES JOc. CEN-TS I . . TAX INCLUDED EXCLUDED 3F PUIICI/ASED O.V Oil BEFORE JIA lluxlabla rir^s, M as nn cily; , Barrj'i Rtcr«ti o n , Aljoni; Nisstn Dra s , Brill; Kelly Bjrbsr Sfcop, earner; Jfain Slrttt Gate, Osaje- aiar- shill Barbsr Shop, NorthtyooH; May Druf Store, CbarlM Cily; Bamsey", Cale, Albeit Lea; Xerp Ballroom. Austin, and Ihe Surf. Send »ll mail orders (o the Sorf. PRICE AT DOOR NIGHT OF DANCE 4Ic - 31.57, TAX IN C L. Showing FRIDAY ONLY"Say It In With RAY MILLAND--OLYMPE , lesser roles are don, G e o r g e Meeker, Harry Davenport and G e o r g e E. Stone, all Hollywood veter- a.ns. Co-feature is " L o s t ... Ranch," a Tom Olnnp. BradTM Ty ] er western _ The G e n e Autry western, Springtime in the Rockies," and Fugitive for a Night" comprise CECIL -- "The tale Christopher Bean," Liftle Theater presentation, on stage for matinee and evening- performances, Thursday, "Say It in French" Friday. PALACE--^"Nanoy Drew--Detective" and "Storm Over Bengal" end Thursday. "Say It in French" Friday. STRAND--"Just Around the Corner" and "Navy Secrets" end Thursday. "Lost Ranch" and 'Long Shot" begin Friday STATE--"A Bride for Henry" and "Girls on Probation" end Thursday. "Fugitive for a Night" and "Springtime in the Rockies" begin Friday. LAKE--(Clear Lake)--"The Great Waltz" through Friday. bers and eventually solving a crime which, of course, has completely fooled the local badge- boys. Bonita's assisting cast consists of John litel, Frankie Thomas and James Stephenson. Storm .Over Bengal" is a story of the British forces in India" somewhat on the order of "Drums," without the lavish quality of that'film. --^--^^^^-« · ^ '*J^*-*^*X1^»^^MBM THURSDAY - FRIDAY "THE GREAT WALTZ" --with-- IAJISE KAINER NOW OPEN For Our Seventh Consecutive Season · Featuring Our Original Vegetable Hamburger · June Johnny CLEAR LAKE Both Cecil Palace French" ERADNA--JANET BEECHER ON OUR STAGE--TONITE Mason City Community Play "tale Christopher Bean" All Seats Reserved North Iowa's Best Theater STARTS SAT. A COMEDY-- SCREAIW FROJI START TO FINISH .North Iowa's Premier Showing Wife of Editor at Klemme Wins Prize in Movie Quiz Test GARNER--Only m o v i e quiz contest winner in this area was Mrs. Bay Jorgenson of Klemme wife of the editor of The Klemme Times, who was announced a $10 winner at the Avery theater here Monday night. Emmetsburg Friday Club Meets March 10 for Institute EMMETSBURG--Mrs. S A Wood will be hostess to the Emmetsburg Friday club in her home here on March 10 at the annual club institute. The meeting will begin at 3 o'clock. Mrs. Carl Starr will read a paper entitled "What the Grand Federation of Women's Clubs Is Doing," and Mrs. W. H. Morling will review the history of the Friday club. Mrs. William Hossack of Graet- tmger will read a paper, "Music Then and Now," illustrated by musical numbers contrasting trends of other years with modern compositions. ENDS THUKS. NIGHT "Nancy Drew Detective" and "Slorm Over Bengal" N E W 2 -- BIG SHOWS 2 STARTS SAT. 'The Girl Downstairs" with FRANCHOT TONE ENDS TirtJRS. NIGHT Shirlej- Temple "Just Around the Corner" and "Navy Secrets" Your Family Theater 10c, IGe, 5lc FRI. and SAT. CHAPTER TWO Callies Home Near Titonka Is Damaged by Basement Blaze TITONKA--Fire broke out in the basement o£ the home of C. P. Callies one-half mile west of town on Monday ajternoon, when a load o£ cobs was placed too near a furnace pipe. Direct damage from the Jire was slight, _due to the fact that the home Js equipped with water works, and the owner, attaching a garden hose to the system, brought the fire under control before the arrival of the fire department. Considerable damage was done, however, to the interior walls and furniture, by the large amount of smoke. --Plus TOM TYLER in "THE WST RANCH' "THE LONG SHOT" with Gordon Jones POPEYE CARTOON Ralph Valentine of Algona Is Cribbage Tournament Champ ALGONA--Ralph Valentine ot Algona believes that cribbage honors should stay in the Valentine family. At least he carried off the first honors at the third annual tournament held in Algona Tuesday eve- j ning at the Legion hall. The last · tournament his wife carried of£ the honors. Valentine's score was 1,188 and the other scores were very close. In second place order was Bruce Ekhart with 1,177; third place to Hoy Roeder. City of Boone Is Sued for $7,500 by Cedar Rapids Pastor BOONE, (/P)--The city of Boone has been made defendant in a 57,500 damage action brought by R. T. Shanklin, pastor of the Sunshine mission of Cedar Rapids as administrator of the estate of the late C. E. Clark, a transient killed (ast November by falling plaster in the "hobo cell" under the city hall. Police have failed to locate Clark's relatives. Town's Businessmen "Adopt" Twin Sons LAKE PARK, (if) -- Businessmen, clubs and the general population of Lake Park have unofficially "adopted" the small twin sons of Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Cod- Qing^on, financing their care in a Spencer hospital incubator. 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