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Mason City, Iowa
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Wednesday, April 4, 1934
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TEN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE APRIL 4 1934 MRS, JENSEN OF PLYMOUTH DIES Rites to Be Friday at M. E. Church With Burial at Mason City. PLYMOUTH, April 4.--Mrs. C. J. Jensen died late Tuesday afternoon ,at her home of heart disease and complications. The funeral will be held at the M. E. church Friday at 2 p. in. The body will be buried at Elmwood cemetery, Mason City following .the service. Mrs. Jensen was born in Schleswig-Holsteio, Germany, October 5, 1857. She is preceded in death by her two sons, one a World war soldier who died in service. Surviving are her husband and three daughters. Mr. and Mrs. Jensen have lived in and near Plymouth for the past 27 years. CharlesCityNews 40 Physicians Attend Medical Gathering of District; Moore Talks CHARLES CITY, April 4.--There was an attendance of about 40 doctors at the first district meeting o£ the Iowa Medical society held in the Hildreth hotel last evening. Dr. Rathe of Waverly introduced Dr. Dennis Kelly of Des Moines, who spoke on- "Infectious Diseases of Children" following the dinner. Dr. Hennesey, president of the district, presided at tie council meeting and presented Dr. Fred Moore of Des Moines, who spoke preceding the dinner on "Correlation of Child Health and the. State Department of Health." This meeting was the first .of four scientific sessions to be held in this district during the year. $365.73 in Fines Collected. . CHARLES CITY, April 4.--Ac- ording to a report filed by Mayor The "Dolores" $1-98 Exclusive in Mason City at Merkel's A perky brim style ot "Balli' 1 cloth, lovely for Miss, Mother or Matron. A jaunty feather, added a touch of chic. Solid colors with contrasting colored facings. HEADSIZE5 21'/j In. to 24 in. W. K. Carr fines and costs amount ing to $365.73 had been collected In his court and fines amounting to $624.50 had been served out in jail by those unable to pay. License fees amounting to $1,233.73 had been collected. Northeast Iowa Music Contest to Draw 1,600 Students for Two Days CHARLES CITY, April 4.--The Northeast Iowa district music contest is to be held in the high school Friday and Saturday when students from 50 schools will compete in vocal and instrumental contests, small groups, boys' and girls' glee clubs, mixed choruses, bands and orchestras. Schools will be ranked in class AA, class A, class B and class C. All of the. vocal contests will be held Friday beginning at 8:30 a. m. There will be three sessions each day. Meeting of Ministers Held at Charles City CHARLES CITY, April 4.--A group meeting of the Charles City Methodist Ministers' association was held yesterday forenoon in the Central M. E. church of which the Rev. W. F. Belling is pastor. The Rev. R. H. Collis, pastor of the First M. E. church, presided as chairman and plans were made for the remaining months of the conference which closes Sept. 15. Among those who were present were District Superintendent Young of Cedar Falls; the Rev. Mr. Zimmerman of RicevlIIe; the Rev. Alfred Christensen of Floyd; the Rev. Mr. Gustafson of Greene; the Rev. Mr. Thiel of Marble Rock; the Rev. Mr. Hilmer of Flood Creek; the Rev. J, L. Menzner, St. Charles, and the Rev. Mr. Lustad of Nashua. Two Sessions of Mission Group Planned Thursday CHARLES CITY, April 4.--Both afternoon and evening divisions of the Women's Foreign Missionary society of the First M. E. church will meet Thursday. Mrs. C. G. Gray and Mrs. E. G. Larsen will be hostesses in the afternoon in the fireside room. Mrs. C. W. Yancy will lead the devotions and Mrs. Fred Powell will conduct the study. The evening auxiliary will meet for a covered dish supper at 6:30 after which the following program will be given: Devotions, Mrs. Lola Rowland; study, "Women in Korea," Mrs. Verplanck Magdsick; leaflet, Mrs. Dorothy Frevert; stewardship m e s s a g e , Smyrna Satterlee. BENEDICT DIES IN NORA SPRINGS Funeral Service to Be Held Thursday at Church of Christ. NORA SPRINGS, April 4.--Sumner Benedict. 76, who had resided in Mora Springs 62 yeai;s, died at 10 o'clock Tuesday night following a ingering illness. Funeral services will be held at 2 o'clock Thursday afternoon at the Church of Christ. The Rev. C. A. Burkbart will officiate. Burial will be in Rock Grove cemetery. Mr. Benedict came to Tora Springs when he was 10 years of age and had resided here since, with the exception of four years. Final, 64, Decorah, Dies Suddenly; Rites to Be Held Thursday DECORAH, April 4.--Clayton W. Final, 64, died suddenly Tuesday morning at the home of his mother- n-law, Mrs. L. M. Hargreaves of Decorah. Death was the result of leart disease, although he had not been well for the past two weeks, funeral services will be held on Thursday in charge of the B. P. O. 5. and the Masonic lodge, and of Dr. .P. Burling, pastor of the Congregational church. Burial will be made a Phelps cemetery. Mr. Final was born in Saginaw, Mich. He was married on June 21, 905, at Decorah, to Miss Maud Har- jreaves, daughter of Mrs. L. M. Jargreaves. For the past 35 years le had represented the firm of Janney, Semple, Hill and company of Minneapolis. During the winter Mr. and Mrs. Final made their home in Jecorah with Mrs. Hargreaves. Mrs. Final survives, also a son, E. L. Final of Long Beach, Cal., by a former marriage. A brother, H. D. Final, and a sister, Mrs. D. K. Swartwout of Cleveland, Ohio, also survive. CHARLES CITY BRIEFS CHARLES CITY, April 4.--New patients at the Cedar Valley hospital are Mrs. M. W. Waller, Earl Haai of Greene and Roland Koehler . -.Mrs. Angle Beatty, widow of the Rev. S. R. Beatty, former pastor of the First M. E. church here, -is quite ill at her home in Long Beach Cal. The Clara Swain auxiliary will meet in the Central M. E. church Thursday afternoon when the following program will be given: Devotions, Aletha Keidel; reading Bertha Wentland; duet, Clara Smith and Elma Debes; lesson, Mrs. Stella Stieh! and Rose Kollman. Miss Margaret Fluent and Miss Helen Brown, her guest, have returned to their teaching duties at Downer's Grove, HI. after spending their Easter vecation here. They were accompanied by Mrs. Brown's mother, Mrs. C. W. Brown of Sibley 12 State Banks in Iowa Get Freedom From Restrictions DBS MOINES, April 4. ()-Twelve Iowa state banks were releases) from the restrictions of S. F. Ill during March, records of the state banking department showed today. Consolidations brought about the release of funds of three other banks, Supt. D. W. Bates of the banking department reported. Three of the releases were unconditional, 100 per cent of the banks' funds being made available to the 'depositors. These were the Slifer Savings bank of Slifer, Lincoln Savings bank of Lincoln, and the State Savings bank of Westgate. Gjellefald Funeral to Be Conducted Thursday FOREST CITY, April 4.--Funeral services for Andrew O. Gjellefald, who died suddenly in St. Paul, will be held at 2 o'clock Thursday after- non in the Lutheran church. Mr. Gjellefald had been engaged in busi- nes in Forest City for many years. Rites for Mrs. Trunkey Are Conducted at Elma ELMA, April 4.--Funeral services will be held V/ednesday at the Methodist Episcopal church for Mrs. Harvey Trunkey, 78, who died a.t her home in Elma Sunday night. Interment was made in Howard cemetery. Mrs. Ross Hargrave,- a daughter, of Flames, Mont., will be unable to attend. Fireworks at Osage Are Banned by City Council OSAGE, April 4.--At a meeting of Osage city council Monday evening an ordinance was passed prohibiting, the use of fireworks within the city limits. COST BOND FILED BY MRS. MEADE Seeks Damages in Death of Husband, Murdered by M. T. Grattan. DECORAH, April 4.--A cost bond for $500 was filed in the office of the clerk of court by Florence Mabel Meade, widow of Claude Meade, who was shot and fatally wounded last July by M. T. Grattan, Civil war veteran. Mrs. Meade, Minneapolis, filed a suit for damages last fall against M. T. Grattan, an Inmate of Fort Madison penitentiary. Following filing of the cost bond, the defendant was given 20 days in which to 'file an answer. No answer has been filed to date. Representatives of the Iowa G. A. R., who expect to meet in Des Momes April 11, will seek a parole for M. T. Grattan. If Mr. Grattan is released on parole the damage suit may be tried in court anytime fol- owing his release, but it is necessary for the .defendant to be present in court in order to try the case. Attorneys for Mr. Grattan will be J. A. Nelson of Decorah, candidate 'or the office of lieutenant-governor jn the republican ticket; his partner, Attorney Willoughby, formerly of Grundy Center, and O'Brien and O'Brien of Waukon. Mrs. Meade will be represented by Robert J. McDonald of Minneapolis and T. Harold Carolan of Decorah. who has been visiting with the Waller families. Twelve neighbors surprised Mrs. Walter Fluent in honor of her birthday. She was given a gift and bridge furnished the entertainment SURF BALLROOM CLEAR LAKE, IOWA Red Nichols and His World Famous Pennies SATURDAY, APRIL 7 LADIES 40c GENTS 80c BOB SCHNEIDER, THURSDAY, APKIL 12 "CEC" HUKST, SATURDAY, APRIL 14 JIMMIE JOY, THURSDAY AND SATURDAY, APRIL 19 and 31 Frank L. Reusch of Ottumwa Succumbs Following Operation OTTUMWA, April 4. (J)--Frank Louis Reusch, 51, vice president anc member of the board of directors of the Benner Tea company and manager of the Ottumwa store, died to day at the St. Joseph hospital here Death followed an emergency opera tion performed March 29. Surviving are his wife, two daugh ters and a son; his parents, Mr. anc Mrs. John Reusch of Burlington; a sister, Mrs. Albert Paule of Burling ton; three brothers, Charles of Bur lington; Will of Waterloo and Ar thur of Ottumwa. Funeral services will be held here at 10:30 a. in., Friday at the First ·Methodist Episcopal church. The body will be taken to Burlington for burial in the Aspen Grove cemetery there. KossutK County Board Sells $452,000 Bonds ALGONA, April 4.--The KOS' suth county board of supervisors sold $452,000 in road bonds to Halsey Stuart company of Chicago in the refunding program. The bonds will carry 3% per cent interest and represent §4,390 in savings of interest a. year. A premium of 511,001 was paid. To Study Tax Revision. ELMA, April 4.--At the first regular council meeting, the new council took office. The council met as a board of equalization and will hold a special meeting next Monday night for tax revision. M E A N S A P R E S E N T --a present for her requires thought. Months of thought have been given by Stylists and Colorists, Artists and Designers-Astrologers and Jewelers--to the development of this unusual, three pair Qiff/ftox of Jioiimj $t| Wppfioof The price is three dollars and a quarter. The three new colors will complete her hosiery wardrobe. The birthday Zodiac enclosure will stir her imagination. The "precious" Diamond Pull will bring her luck. Our specialized gift service saves your time for recreation. We have what is known as sympathetic "Telephone Ear" and we wrap and tie and address and deliver. Telephone 793 POSTER MODEL NOW IN FILMS ·Woman's Man." The latter film vill be shown at a later date. * 4 * Tom Tyler still thrills audiences in western films. "Deadwood Pass" 3 bis latest starring vehicle billed Friday and Saturday at the Strand. Music, Play Given for Woman's Club at Garner GARNER, April 4.--The Woman's club was favored Tuesday night with a program of Easter music by he Presbyterian choir directed by tfrs. W. S. Lee. A solo was sung y Clark Pollock. The play given, 'The Grapes Hang High," written by Mrs. Chauncy Palmer Smith, ormerly of Mason City, was direct- d by Miss Mabel McMahon. The ,arts were taken by Mrs. C. E. Jarnes, Mrs. Edwin Greiman, Mrs. venneth Rualey and Mrs. Art Wille. New Day Marshal Chosen. EMMETSBURG, April 4.--At a meeting of the newly organized city council here Monday night, Monty Wlllingham was chosen day marshal to succeed Jack Peterson, witn the job of street commissioner, formerly held by the day marshal, listed as a separate job.. Appointment :o rthis position will be made later, t was stated. Evelyn Kelly, whose face has appeared on many billboards.through- out the country, is one of Hollywood's latest recruits. She will appear in a film of an Earl Carroll show. (Associated Fress Photo). At Mason City THEATERS By R. J. P. NOVARRO AND MACDONALD TOGETHER IN CECIL FILM Ramon Novarro and . Jeanette MacDonald, both of whom have won aurels singing as well as acting, lay the leading roles in "The Cat and the Fiddle," musical romance which began a three day run Wednesday at the Cecil. Many amusing situations arise in this film. The setting is continental. * * * "Joe Palooka," Jimmy Durante's latest release, and "I Believed in You,", starring Rosemary Ames, Vic tor Jory and John Boles, compose the Palace double bill which began three day run Wednesday. Miss Ames, a Chicago girl who comes t pictures via the London stage makes her debut in this film. ' · · ! . . . . ' * ·; * * Completing its return engagemen Thursday at the Strand is "I'm N Angel," with Mae West still direct ing her curves at Gary Grant. * * t "MIDSHIPMAN JACK" IS WORTHWHILE FILM "Midshipman Jack," with Bruce Cabot, Frank Albertson, Arthur and Florence Lake outstanding in its cast, is worthwhile entertainmen' when considered from any angle The story, the acting and the directing is all well done, and sincerity rings through the entire picture This navy film is on the same bill with "King for a Night" with Chester Morris through Thursday at the Iowa theater. * * * "Wonder Bar," in one manner of speaking, is a musical revue with 'Grand Hotel" background. With n all star cast headed by Al Jol- «n, this picture begins a four day ngagement Saturday at the Cecil. * * * ;U)NEY-MARCH IN THE GOOD DAME" Fredric March as a carnival card haroer, Jack LaRue as manager of he dame show and Sylvia Sidney as the innocent girl-- that's the setup for the picture "The Good Dame" which begins a four day run Saturday at the Palace on the same bill with "Devil Tiger." A change in billings brings "Trailing the Killer," a picturization of a mountain lion hunt in western United States, to the Iowa screen Friday and Saturday, instead of Rites at JDmmetsburg. EMMETSBURG, April 4.--The :uneral of Pearl Noble, who died Monday at Ames following an automobile accident near there Saturday, was held from the First Congregational church here Wednesday afternoon. Isn't it strange that a man seldom needs to act in self-defense un- ess he has a pistcl.--Midwest Ke- riew. Fritz Streich Rites Held in Elma Church ELMA, April 4.--Funeral services will be held at Immanuel Lutheran c h u r c h Wednesday for- Fritz Streich, who died at the home of his son, William. Ten children survive. Charles of Maxbass, N. Dak.; Fred, William, Herman of Elma, Christ of Stanley, N. Mex.; EmU of Merrill, Wis.; Frank of Charles City; Louis of Wausau, Wis.; Mrs. Fred Bender of Alta Vista and Matilda Peterson of Waterloo. The giraffe, tallest of quadrupeds, occurs generally in small herds of from 5 to 40 and feeds on the leaves and small branches of trees. Mat. _ 16c \ Eve. 21c Tax Included Hurry! Hurry! Hurry! Last Time Showing Thursday with CABY GRANT Coming Friday and baturaay 'Deadwood I'ass' Flus Comedy Cartoon News STARTS TODAY! GECI ENDS FRIDAY The Screen's Two Greatest Stars of Song and Romance Are brought together for the first time in the musical picture sensation from the stage success t h a t r a n two years o n Broadwav ! ALICE JOHK WHITE BUI«IA?i GEORGE E. STONE and ^5^5SS£2 BRUCE CABOT I .. t 16c Bim mums* Mat - lbc Eve. - 21c Tax Inc. Starts Sunday 'Little Women' With KATHARINE HEPBURN STARTS SATURDAY THE GREATEST DOUBLE FEATURE PROGRAM EVER OFFERED IN MASON CITY TEE S£R1E'S THE WHOLE ROARING WORMS BROADCASTS ITS WONDERS! . . 3CEW VORK TO FRISCO! LONDON TO PARIS! KOMB TO MOSCOW! with * heart as fctg as his' ttosf* --anJ twice a.s tender! Great as an international stage sensation! Ten times greater as a screen production! It truly IS the-- Grand smashing climax of all Warner Bros.' pro- dnctig ^achievements! 10 BIS STAB! 5000 CIACK P E R F O K V . t t l ! C I R L S I SONCS! S P E C T A C L E S ! Hundreds o! other show, stopping features nevtr before introduced on or screen! The Whole w o r l d ransacked for talent and features for the mightiest, of aH screen attractions! ty Horn fiitnf JIMMY DURANTE · LUPE VELEZ STUART ERWJN · MAJORS RAMBEAU ROBERT ARMSTRONG · MARY CARLISLE WILLIAM CAGNEY · THELMA TODD A NEW personality In an amazing romance "I Believed In You" THE MIRACLE PICTURE OF THE SCREEN Coming APRIL 14 "Asthe Earth Turns" -- with-ROSEMARY AMES JOHN BOLES VICTOR JORY vp3ME ' PERFECT LOVER!

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