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March 21, 1936

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 10

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Dt [C at Jhi i ' ·« 1 all «cd i II. clo , 50 5.2. | JJ't ~uis S« s I TEN FARM WOMAN'S MARKET OPENS New Idea in Wright County Meets With Success on First Day. CLARION--The fertile brain of an Iowa farm woman who created an enthusiastic response from her neighbors culminated in the opening Friday of a "Farm Woman's Market" for the sale of surplus food commodities. Mrs. G. J. Middleton. 4 miles south of Clarion, conceived the idea and discussed the venture with neighboring farm wives and plans were made to hold their opening sale. All articles for sale must be of first grade and arranged in an attractive manner for display. Each individual supplying an article for , sale will derive the profit from that sale after the expense has been prorated These women represent no organization. Mrs. Middleton will continue for a time to sponsor the market. Different groups will act as sales women on the sale days which they plan to hold every Friday. Mrs Arthur McCormick and Mrs. Enos Matson aided Mrs. Littleton at the opening sale. 0. E. McGahey offered space in his hardware store and a window for display where the market was held. If the success of the undertaking Friday is an indication of its future, Wright county farm wives will be carrying fatter purses than has been their custom for the last few years. . MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH 21 · 1936 son City Screen Attractions ROCHJELLE HUDSON, BRUCE CABOT AND CAESAR ROMERO are featured players in "Show Them No Mercy," now showing at the Palace theater. The double feature program Includes "Don't Get Personal," starring Sally Eilers and James Dunn. THE STRAND THEATER ATTRACTION OPENING ON THE Saturday midnight show is "Its in the Air," stamng Jack Bermj with Ted Healy and Una Mcrkel. The co-feature, opening Sunday, ,s Hell- Ship Morgan," featuring George Bancroft and Ann Sothern. Friley Gives Address at I.S.C. Graduation AMES--Colleges and universities must assume an increasingly large part in restoring the domination of moral and intellectual forces, Dr: C. E Friley. president of Iowa State college, told the 108 candidates for degrees at the winter quarter commencement exercises here Saturday. Dr. Friley described the change in beliefs and ideas which have come about as a result of men being brought together from all sections of a country to work with machines and in the cities which the machines have made possible. A North lowan who received a bachelor of science in the division of agriculture was Lewis Kirby Ferguson of Algona. North lowans who received certificates for the completion of the 12-months non-collegiate curriculum for. creamery operators were Marcellus John Bodcn- steiner, Ossian and Grovcr Bosworth, -Manly. Entering Belmond Business. HAMPTON--Tony Herman, operator of the Cut Rate market, sole his stock to local grocers and wil go to Belmond next week to open a Rite-Way grocery store. His family will remain here until the end of the school year. vents, the former winning three upcrior ratings and one excellent, s T ew Hampton with .two each. Marie Rock performed three times ·ith a rating of excellent each time nd Ionia made the same record vith one event. On Friday's show- ng 10 Charles City soloists will be ligible for the district contests. The following schools competed n the Friday numbers: Charles City, Cresco. Ionia, Lime Springs, Marble Rock, Mclntyre, New Hamp- on, Riccville, Rockford, St. Ansgar. Rudd and" Osage. All instrumental events were given Friday and Saturday will be taken up with the vocal events. At Mason City THEATERS Bl B. J. f. LOY, HABLOW WITH GABLE Uj "WD7E VS. SECRETARY" Clark Gable as the husband, Myrna Loy as the wife and Jean Harlow as the secretary who finds herself, inadvertently, as the other woman, have the leading roles in the screen adaptation of Faith Baldwin's novel, "Wife vs. Secretary," playing through Tuesday at the Cecil. * * * Margaret Stillavan is the star of "Next Time We Love," film version of the Ursula Parrott story, billed CURRENT FEATURES. CECIL--Starts S a t u r d a y , "Wife vs. Secretary." P A L A C E---Starts Saturday, "Show Them No Mercy" and "Don't Get Personal." STRAND--Through Saturday, "Hi Gaucho" and "The Man Who Reclaimed His Head," with serial. Starts midnight show Saturday, "It's in the Air," continuing Sunday with "Hell-Ship Morgan." S T A T E--Through Saturday, "His Fighting Blood" and "His Night Out," with serial. Starts midnight show Saturday, "Broadway Hostess," continuing Sunday with "If You Could Only Cook." HERBERT MARSHALL, JEAN ARTHUR AND LEO CARILLO in a scene from "If You Could Only Cook," playing at the State theater beginning Sunday Wednesday and Thursday at the Cecil with Harry Clark's "Top Hat Revue" on the stage. * * * DOES SAME ''CORKY" APPEAR IN BOTH FILMS? Your reviewer notices in glancing through advance material on "Show Them No Mercy" and "Don't Gel personal," pictures now playing at the Palace, a dog named "Corky 1 is mentioned in the cast of each picture. In "Don't Get Personal" dope, i is stated that Sally Eilers' tiny son became so attached to "Corky" tha she had to buy the dog 1n order t keep peace in the family. Now if this is the same "Corky which appears in the gangster film SaUy probably had to part with pretty piece of cash to satisfy he son's whim, for the "Corky" in "Show Them No Mercy" has a working' vocabulary of more than 200 words and learns 10 or more routines for almost every film in which he plays, according to his trainer, Rudd Weatherwax. The solution to this mystery will appear in the next issue. Iowa City Company Is Ordered to Curb Its Trade Practices WASHINGTON, UP)--The federal trade commission Saturday said it has ordered T. 0. Loveland and J. L. Records of Iowa City, Iowa, trading as the Commercial Manufacturing company and Brenard Manufacturing company, to discontinue certain trade practices considered unfair. The commission said it forbid use of the word "manufacturing" as a part of the trade name unless they own and control a complete factory in which they manufacture radios. The order also barred certain representations to dealers. Acreage for Hampton Canning Plant Raised HAMPTON--The Hampton plant of the Marshall Canning company has been allotted 2,475 acres which is 385 acres more than last year. The added acreage is in corn and is for the purpose of producing more high quality corn. The allotment includes 1,800 acres of Evergreen corn, 600 acres of yellow corn, 50 acres of beets and 25 acres of carrots. Contracts for the acreage are being signed. Should Have Got Contract. O S K A L 0 O S A, kP) -- Distnct Judge J. G. Patterson held that the New Sharon Star should have received the contract for Mahaska county printing, which was awarded the Fremont Gazette. Charles City News Charles City Briefs owa City, have just concluded short ·isits to their parents' homes. A Congregational choir surprise party was given Wednesday even- ng. Mr. and Mrs. Merrill G. Smith, at their Blunt street home, as .a means of welcoming them home from a month's sojourn In the south. Mrs. Smith is the director oj the choir. E. S. Guenther, local farmer near the city, is enjoying: a visit from his brother, a former Floyd county resident, but now of Sturgeon Lake, Minn. Mrs. George Bently, 50 W. Blunt street, was hostess Thursday to a group of Congregational clubwo- men assisted by Mesdames Treloar, H Blunt W. Fatten and Dodge. - I · CHARLES CITY--A two weeks vacation from his studies at Yale university is being enjoyed by William Hausbcrg. at the home o£ his mother and grandmother on Ferguson street. Young Hausberg will be graduated from Yale next June. Mrs. Elizabeth Furey of Vinton has concluded a visit at the home of her daughter, Mrs. H. D. Floyd, and returned to her home. Mrs. Furey spent the winter in the city. Miss Gertrude Birkholz, Toledo, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Clancy, Iowa City, Mrs. Franklin Brookins, Nashua and Mrs. Frances Schrampfcr, D A N C E Avolon Ball Room MANLY Tuesday, March 24 AL M E N K E and His Orch. Ladies 25c Gents 50c Old Time Dance THURSDAY, MARCH 26 Music by KELLY BROS. Admission 25c Charles City, Cresco, Osage, New Hampton in Many of High Rankings CHARLES CITY--The sub district music contest to determine winners to go to the district contest at Waterloo in two weeks ran through a busy day and evening Friday at the 'high school auditorium, IT events being heard from 1:15 to 10:30. Charles City winning a superior rating in a greater number of events than any other entrant. The local musicians were in 12 of 17 events and were given 10 superior ratings and two excellent. Cresco entered in 13 of the 1" numbers, winning 4 superiors. 6 ex- cellcnts and 3 goods. Osage and New Hampton were each in four No Mercy," with Rochelle Lind and Borcherding Elected Directors of Creamery at Coulter COULTER--The Hamilton Co-operative creamery company held the annual meeting at the school auditorium Thursday. The president, Niels Ledelgaard, presided at the business session. Jens G. Jensen, director for 18 years, was not a candidate for re-election. Harry Lind and Aaron Borcherding were elected for 3 year terms. Under the management of A. M. Amundsen, the creamery has made a rapid growth the past year. Total butterfat sold and bought wag 401,72 pounds. The average price a pound paid patrons for butterfal was 32.31 cents with overrun of 23.90 per cent. County Agent Manning Howell of Hampton gave a talk on co-operative marketing Harry Lind was again elected secretary. Mrs. Jurgenson Buried. ST. ANSGAR--Funeral services for Mrs. Carrie Jergenson, 86, a . former resident of St. Ansgar, who.| died at Blooming Prairie, Minn., were held at the First Lutheran church Friday afternoon. J. S. Income Taxes in Iowa Show Gain DES MOINES, LT)--Iowa individual income taxes for 1935, Charles D. Huston, internal revenue collector reported, exceeded last year's payments by 5712,000, totalling 52,- £94,000 to March 19. Knowlton of Decorah Out for Representative DECORAH--William P. Knowlton of Decorah is an announced candidate for the republican nomina- tion for state representative from Winneshiek county. 80 at Mother-Daughter _ Dinner in Nora Springs NORA SPRINGS--The mother- daughter banquet held at the Chris- :ian church was attended by more than 80 guests. Mrs. George Gaide acted as toastmaster. Elaine Grove »ave a toast to mothers and Mrs. Jay Lindsay a toast to daughters. Rosella Dancliffe gave a reading. Mrs. Hugh Murray with the violin and Miss Long at the piano played a duet; Mrs. Jay Lirisay sang "Wonderful Mother of Mine;" Maxine Morphew gave a reading. The address was by Mrs. David Carter of Charles City, county W. C. T. U. president, who told of some interesting work of the W. C. T. U. and of religious education. Jury Finds for Defendant. GARNER--The second jury trial this week was decided for the defendant, Raymond Rapp of Britt, represented by Atty. John Hammill of Britt. L. C. Beaumont, Britt attorney, plaintiff sought to collect for legal service and %vas represented by H. C. Meyer. Britt attorney, and Attorney Uhlenhopp of Hampton. .Dance BENNETT-GRETEN SATURDAY lie--S. S. Tax Incl.--40c PLAN TO BUY YOUR CIGARETTES AT THE SURF BARGAIN PRICES SPECIAL ATTRACTION! Monday; March 30 I. 0. 0. F. H a l l , Belmond Lawrence Welk Advance Sale to March 29-- Gents 80c. Ladies 35c. At Door, Gents $1.10. Ladies 50c. Mail Orders to I O. 0. F., BELMOND, IOWA MAT. 26c -- EVE. 36c H E R E YOU A R E ! WED. and THURS. MARCH 25 and 26 ANOTHER BIG TIME CITY SHOW! M THE STAGE F E A T U R I N G BILLY MARTIN and His ~ TOP HAT STAGE BAND 10 VERSATILE M U S I C I A N S 8 B I G ACTS MIDNITE SHOW TONITE JACK BENNY in "IT'S IN THE AIR" with TED HEALY, UNA MEKKEL, Nat PENDLETON, Mary CARLISLE Continues SUN., MON., TUBS, with ENDS TONITE JOHN CARROL in "HI GAUCHO" Claud Rains, -loan Bennett In "THE MAN WHO RECLAIMED HIS HEAD" TAILSPIN TOMMY in "The Great Air Mystery" NEWS EVENTS G E O R G E B A N C R O F T A N N S O T H E R N Y l c l c t J o r j DRAMA WITH THE FURY OF A TROriC TYPHOON! Who Dares Mutiny When Hungry Sharks Trail a DOOMED SHIP! COMJE AS LATE AS 9:00 SEE SAT. AND SUN. SHOW ___EXDS TOXITE ' Kermit Maynard His Fighting Blood Edward E. Horton His Night Out MIDNITE SHOW ACE Units TONITE 2 ACE FEATURES Start SUNDAY Together they'll thrill you . . . charm you . . . win you in this glorious ne\v romantic comedy! FEATURE No. 2 --ON THE SCREEN-This w i l l take you into the secret corners of lovers' hearts! MARGARET SULLAVAN in Ursula Parrott's "NEXT TIME \VE LOVE" IT'S WORTH GOING MILES AND MILES TO SEE! Showing 88"* jby "Dutch-T^. 1 f«t »jen' led ye»te i UltU ··· !· "·!· W»l «t JUlont. " itIU »···; !· ··" ww « jwion*. _ .tOCTtl ,k., ,» i.l »..'1_J J»hn»aiL '» DetacU«TM»ii bouM 5n loU«r r in ev* 1 'b«n ai Wrtlitd . iMtwark, *»' SHOW THEM NO MERCY! b Ml 4*^^H " - t»'l« - r wK-.ni ROCHELLE HUDSON - CESAR ROMERO Ly * ** Bruce Cabot - Edward Norris - Warren Hymer 2nd BIG FEATURE JAMES SALLY DUNN-EILERS The Stars of "BAD GIRL" --together again with 'v Syncopatin' PINKY TOMLIN On the Stage: SATURDAY N I G H T et 10:45 MAJOR MARTIN'S AMATEURS With a Big Array of Mason City's Future Radio Stars ALBERT YOUNG The Singing Cowboy PHYLLIS MCCLELLAN and Her Marimba VLADIS PERKINS Native Hawaiian Huia PATTY ROBINSON Tap Dance RICHARD FARRER On the Piano CAROL HEAP Military Tap NOW SHOWING TF^^IITC A COMPLETE SHOW TON ITS BEGINS AT 10 r. M. RUSSELL B1STLINE -- CARROLL AMBROSEN DON K U N Z -- BOB BURGRAFF Three's Company . . . This Time Because when the provocative stars of "China Seas" and the lovely wife of "The Thin Man" are together in one picture . . . get set for such gay romance and ultra-modern thrills as the screen rare- SpatHios picturinHon ol Fiilh B«]dwin'« widely-read CosmopoWan Magazine romance Sprrinl Sunday rnct 26c 'Til 3 1'. M. EXTRA ADDED ATTRACTION The New Issue of--

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