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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 12

Mason City, Iowa
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Monday, March 9, 1931
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12 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE MARCH 9 1931 TEIGANMAYBE PERSONNEL HEAD Former Forest City Man Is , Considered Leading Candidate. LAKH MILLS, March-9.--Henry T. Teigan, formerly of -the Forest City vicinity is in line for appointment-to the position as director of personnel in Minnesota. Mr. Teigan is secretary of the Farmer-Later party in Minnesota. · George· H. Hayes, St. Paul, former comptroller of the TJniyersity of Minnesota, who has filled the position of director of personnel since 1925, will be removed, effective March 1. Teigan is . understood to be the leading candidate under consideration for the personnel .post. Governor Olson is expected to. anounce his decision, this week. Since coming to Minnesota and North-Dakota, where he took an: .active .part in non-partisan league affairs under A. G. Townley, Mr. Teigan has been, prominent in the Minnesota Farmer-Labor party. He is editor of . the Farm-Labor Leader and.served as private secretary to Magnus Johnson when the latter was United H States senator from 1923 to 1925. . At Mason City's THEATERS . A departure from the customary treatment given new plays, was accorded 'Illicit," the comedy-drama toy "Edith Fitzgerald and Robert Riskeri, -wheii Warner Bros, filmed the play-before it had appeared on the stage. The picture Js now to be seen on the screen at the Palace theater with Barbara Stanwyck, James Rennie and Charles Butterworth in the featured roles. In the past, it was the established custom of movie producers to film only stage plays that have been tried before the footlights, where the audience reaction could be used as a guide in determtng to the "minds of movie -mpn, the screen .value. Warner Bros, officials "were so impressed" with the' story, of "Illicit" that they arranged with the authors for the^ filming aid release of the picture before the play was produced on the stage, the exact reverse of .past performances. "Illicit" deals with an ultra-modern, society girl, played by Barbara Stanwyck, who refuses to marty her sweetheart because she does not think men. make as good lovers in wedlock, as they do out of it. '--°~ · Joan Crawford presents two extremes In her new Metro-Goldwyn- Mayer talkie, "Dance Fools, Dance," REMOVE THE CAUSE A limple cold doesn't always stay «imple . . . . tbal's why quick action GROVE'S BROMO QUININE-Quinine and laxative combined -prey enltftcoldfrom becoming eeriouo By eliminating it promptly from- the ·ytlcm. L A X A T I V E ROMO MIME THE ONLY. BROMO Q U I N I N E PITY THE BUND ·y.r Miss Carol Jaquith makes her first appearance In the last word in bathing suits, at Cata- Hna Island, Cal. The new creation Is hi two pieces with large expanses of bare beauty between! Well, It's better .than nothing; but only just. ROCKWELL CO-OP HOLDS MEETING jallagher Named Director; Business for Year Is $287,108 Total. ', ': . ' v . , ROCKWELL, March 8.---At:.the uslness meeting of-the stockhold- rs of the Farmers' Co-op, society eld here Saturday afternoon, 4os- ph Gallagher was elected as a. di- ector from Geneseo township" ahd also* secretary and treasurer to ucceed W, F. Doderer. This wa'g'^th'e nly change . made In the officials f the society. E. J. Campbell was etained as manager and J.. C. Bluel and,John Tagejen as helpers.' Assets of ttie' society were.listed at ?49,698.58. During ' t h e year .the :otal .business transacted was ?287,.08.90. Expenses were ; listed at ;ip,OTD.ii2 and depreciation on build- ngs. and equipment-was placed at $8B932. Attendance at the annual meeting'w'as large. President R. A. Solraaiji .presided. The report o$ the' manager was submitted' and adopted. ' ' · " . . . · which is now playing at the Cecil theater. In this graphic cross-section of Chicago's underworld, the glamorous star reaches both the heights and depths of the social plane, enacting what'is believed to be the most dramatic and gripping role, of her carder. It is in every sense a fresh triumph for Miss Crawford and reveals .her .capabilities as a dramatic star more deeply than any other role she has essayed '' '.' :"···· --O-Harry Beaumost directed the new Crawford talkie from the story by Aurania Rouverol that belies its title by being one of the most fas cinating stories of all the gangster plots yet to reach the public. Lester Vaile, a newcomer, plays opposite Joan with charm and a splendid acquittal of his role. William Bakewell is cast as Joan's brother for whom she makes a tragic sacrifice, and Clark Gable is the sinister gang chieftain. Cliff Edwards lays, aside his ukulele to negotiate a difficult straight dramatic part. . Admittedly one of the most promising .figures of the talking screen Sally _Starr, who'recently scored in the Pathe picture; "Swing High,! has the leading 1 woman's .role in Pathe's novel romantic dialog west ern comedy, "Pardon My Gun,' Which will continue thru Tuesday al the Strand theater. This'is a picture which combines three popular ele ments of appeal--out-of-doors ac tion, rip-roaring comedy and music The story features a mammoth ro deo and a broncho race that foi thrills, has seldom been excelled on the screen. Miss Starr is seen as the vivacious daughter of a rancher aac she figures' in one of the best lovo romances of the west ever filmed George Duryea is leading man anc others in the cast of this delightfu production are Robert Edoson, Lee Morim, Mona Hay, Stompie, a new Negro comedian who is likely to be come highly popular, Harry Woods Lee Meehan and Ethan Laidlaw. ^o-"Swing. High," Pathe's muslca circus romance is to be presentee lot the last time Monday evening at the Iowa theater.' --o-Bebe Daniels Is to be at the Iowa theater, Tuesday and Wednesday in the Radio picture,. "Alias French Gertie." Weak, UNDERWEIGHT bodies invigorated with NEW StRENQTH Hollow and sunken places fill out! Colds, fla ana sickness play ha-joc with the red-blowt-cells and the body there' lore las lest resistance against further Every spring countless thousands take S.S.S.--the purely vegetable, tonic--to build back their red-blood- celJs, so that, they may have that new strength which makes for a keen appetite, firm flesh, a clear skin and- greater resistance 'against infection and disease. You, too, will want to take S.S.S. for this very reason. SeleH the larger size as it holds double the. quantity and rep~^,- l -"f««*"*-«- »6a_ -,,._..... , disease attacksl resents a price saving. © s.s.S. Co. E v e r y S p r i n g t a k e S.S.S. T o n i c For One Person S3«-$4-$5-$6 For Two Persons Only ff.00 Additionsl-AnyRoom CACH ROOM WITH PRIVATE BATH LEXINGTON AVE. 4athST. Frank Gregson J. Leslie Kincaid . Manager President Direction of American Hotels Corporation House at Titonka Is Destroyed by Flames bNKA, March 9.--The Jennie Lamoreaux home iii'the south part of town and the contents were destroyed by flames. The fire was first noticed by neighbors when the roof was almost ready to collapse. Tenants had moved out of the house a few days previously but some furniture was still in the house. Tha loss was. partly covered by insurance.* The fire department was called. ' . ' MYSTERIOUSLY HURT A.i30dated Press Photo Edna May Cooper, actress and aviatrix who had been missing, was located in a Monterey, Cal., hospital recovering from mysterious injuries. Reception at Coulter Attended by 1-50 Guests COULTER, March 9.--A reception and banquet were given Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Larson Saturday evening at the Soren Larson- home. Mr. Larson and bride recently returned from California and.will reside on a farm west of Coulter. One hundred and fifty guests were present at the dinner. CHARLES CITY NEWS Funeral Rites Held at Charles-City for Arthur Hunter, 79 CHARLES CITY, March 9.^-Funeral services were held at 7 o'clock his morning at the Frederickspu Xraeral home for Arthur Hunter, 79, and burial was made in Riyer- ide'cemetery. Mr* and'Mrs. Hunter were spending the winter in Arkansas City.'Ark., where he was taken U with heart disease four weeks igo. He was taken In an ambulance o Winfield, Kans., where he died Saturday at the home of Mrs. Hunter's sister, Dr. Lister. Henry Hunter, only son at Mr. and Mrs! Hunter .attends college at Winfield. Mr. .Hunter lived on the -farmstead three miles west on the Floyd pavement for 67 years. His father pro- cur$d the land from the government. For several years Mr. and Mrs. Hunter spent their winters in the south. · ' Pastor at. Charles City Describes Hymns' Origin CHARLES CITY, March 9.--The theme of the service .at the: First Methodist church ^Sunday evening was "Hymns of Consecrat!on"'wheu the stories of the origin, and influence of .a select list of hymns wag told, by the Rev. E .T. Gough.;' A special feature .was two illustrated hymns,_ "Savior, :Thy Dying Love" with seven slides and siing by choir and congregation. The Indian prayer, "Manitou, Listen to Me," Was the second illustrated song. The chorus sang some of the old time favorites and organ numbers .were played by Grace Timmerman. New Train Service 'for Charles City Announced CHARLES CITY, March 9'. ^Notice has been given by the Illinois Central railroad that the two passenger trains between Albert Lea and Waterloo will be discontinued March 11 and in their place will be operated a mixed train service. The train going north will leave here between 8:30 and-10- o'clock in the morning and the train going south between 11:30 and noon. In.addi- tion to freight each of the trains will carry «. passenger coach; express, baggage and mall coaches. Charles City Pond Leased by League for Hatchery Use CHARLES CITY, March 9.--The Izaak Walton league .leased- the spring fed pond on the" Joe 1 Scott farm three miles west oh the Floyd road for a fish hatchery.': S. P. Bauer, state .fish commissioner,' arranged to make this a state enter- jriae and ordered-§00,000 young pike shipped here from Lansing. When the fish are a good size they will be the Cedar river. A native creeping cedar. has been found near the hatchery which is thot to be the only one in the county. It is estimated,.as more tb,an 100 years old and is quite beautiful. There are pnly a : few native-creeping cedars in Iowa. William'Blumr enstlel and Elmer Waller visited the hatchery at.Rockford last-week and found, conditions there almost ideal. The stream-is running water and equipped so the water can be turned on and off. TWO WOMEN AT BURT ME DEAD Mrs. Paul MacAuley and Mrs. McDonald Were 111 for Long Time. BURT, March' 9.--Mra. Paul MacAuley, wife of : Buttermaker Mae- Auley, died at her home here early Saturday morning following all illness of several years. Heart disease and complications caused her death She had been confined to her bed for many months. ' ^ ' " Early Saturday-morning "Mrs. O. P. McDonald, wife of O. P. McDonald, senior member of the McDonald Lumber company, died at her home here following a long" iliness. She nad been, confined to her bed for about ^ix months. Fischer Taken to Garner After Leg Is Amputated GARKER, March 9.T-F. A. Fischer was brot home from the hospital at Rochester, Minn., Saturday. Mr. Fischer has been ill since early last December. He underwent an operation for the amputation of his leg above the knee at Rochester four weeks ago. Mr. Fischer, who operates the. City meat market .here, contracted a disease from the handling of meat.that resulted in infection of his feet. His son, Thomas motored to Rochester ··' to get his father^ . . Anniversary Program Planned. FREpERICKSBURG, March 9. The Fredericksburg Parent-Teacher association will have an anniversary program in the high schpol auditorium Friday. / Wil! Compete With Northwoofl. LAKE MJLLSj March 9.--The commercial department of the high school arranged -a. contest .with Northwood the first part of Apri). This will include typing and short-, hand · in both junior and senior classes. Weekly local contests will continue until the district contest at Mason City during the last part of April. Funeral Services Held at Klemrrie for Mrs. Oscar Carlson KLEMMB, March 9.--The funeral of Mrs. Oscar Carlson, 58, who died Wednesday evening .was held Friday afternoon at the Liberty Methodist church by the- Rev. -H;---E, Whyte of Klemme. Mrs. Carlson was sick a week with flu. Anna Beatrice Peterson was born Dec. 2, 1872, at Blomstramola, Sweden. On Oct. 1, 1912 she'was married to Oscar E. Carlson. Beside the husband she is survived by three children, Carl, Arthur and Irene. Interment was made in Amsterdam cemetery at Goodell, Iowa! High School Trophies. WATERLOO -- Becker-Chapman post of' the American Legioo will award three loving cups again this year to the winners in the three divisions , of tfce North East' Iowa High School Music Contest. The trophies will be given to the schools on the basis of the average number of points won by the various musical groups. 2 RELEASED ON BONDS OF $1,0 00 Vaughan and Lichter Caught at Algona as Liquor Is Seized. ALGONA, March 9;--Richard Vaughan, Columbia college, student, and Walter Lichter were at liberty under $1,000. bonds each as the re.- sult of having a pint of alleged alcohol in a car belonging-to Vaughan A charge of illegal transportation of liquor was placed against them in Justice L. A. Winkel's court. They were apprehended by State Agent Quinlan and Sheriff L. E..Hovey, Filling Station Planned DECORAH, March 9.--Williard Gaul has asked for a permit from the city council to erect a filling station near the State Garage on Highway 55. Gaul also expects to build several tourist cottages near the filling station. "THE BEST . . ALWAYS FOB LESS" ONLY TWO MORE DAYS of the New Brand of Western ABE LYMAN and His Band ---in-PARDON MY GUN - 4 ' A monumental picture · comedy of the wide open spaces -- gorgeous setting--as refreshing as it is novel and thrilling-You'll be fascinated by it. First * * * * 'Picture in Mason City This Year ·The amazing drama of Two Lovers who Crash Eternity. Most Alluring Story of Young Love Ever Told. Plan Now To Attend THE STRAND HAS THE MOVIES 25c Til 5:80--S5c after Kids lOc. Her Dramatic Triumph! NOW! ENDS TUESDAY America's Dancing Daughter JOAN Crawford The Thrills of "PAID" I Glamour of I ."Dancing Daughters" I DANCf OOLP )ANCf She used her beauty a n d allure as a weapon of hate. CECIU Two Bound to -Jury by Charles City Justice . "CHARLES CITY, March 9.--Ed Hess and Olive Purrington waived preliminary hearing and were bound over to-the grand ]'ury by Justice S. H. Melcher on statutory "charges. The complaint was brot by Mrs. Purrington's husband. Chief of Police Dan Shannon and Oliver Robeson, deputy sheriff,, arrested, the couple at a house on Indiana avenue at 3 o'clock Saturday morning. Mrs. M. R. Lubben was called to Konawha by the serious illness of her mother, J. Rietema. STARTING T U E S D A Y THRU FRIDAY ALAC STARTING T U E S D A Y THRU FRIDAY CHARLES CITY BRIEFS CHARLES CITY, March 0.--Officers of chapter Cy, P.. E. O., elected were: President, Mrs.. C.-M. Palmer, re-elected; vice-president, Mrs. M. G. Smith; recording secretary, Mrs. A. R^ Eggert; corresponding secretary, Mra. R. H. koenig; treasurer, Clara Smith; chaplain, Mable Riddle; guard, Mra. 'George Smith; delegate to state convention, Mrs. C. M. Palmer. Dr. Herbert L. Martin of the 'department of philosophy at the State University of Iowa, will speak on "Culture, Art and Life"'at the general meeting of the Women's club Tuesday afternoon at the community house. . Mr. and, Mrs. Ralph Campbell of Cleveland, Ohio, are the parents of a daughter which ia the fourth one in the family. Mrs. Campbell is the daughter iof Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Campbell of this city. The latter is with her daughter-in-law. Mrs. John Laun is in the hospital suffering from a broken knee-cap and several scratches received when the automobile in which she was riding had a collision with one driven by William F. Schrader of St. Charles township. The accident occurred on the Rockford road near the George Flu here r farm. Ivan Thomas of Floyd had an operation at the Cedar Valley hospital Saturday. Mrs. Wayne Fluent was taken to the Cedar Valley hospital for treatment. ,. " "· , . . MERLE SIMS ORCHESTRA OF ALBERT IJEA HVHJ Play for the AMERICAN LEGION OLDTIME DANCE Saturday Night, March 14 AT THE ARMORY Admission Always 25c New ventilating system now-In operation. ,LAS[T TIME MONUAY T7"DT?T?. A G!ft ot Tyr- ·T ivCj\Li. loid Dresserware will bo given to every lady attending the Iowa Theater Monday matinee or evening show. THE ONE PICTURE THAT IS MAKING GOOD ITS PLEDGE TO LIVE FOREVER IT IS ST1L1 THE MEASURE OF GREATNESS IN MOTION PICTURES . . . . . . D. W. GRIFFITHS HI ©PA NOW YOU CAN HEAR AGAIN JOSEPH A. BREIL'S STIRRING MUSICAL BACKGROUND... ESPECIALLY COMPOSED FOR "THE BIRTH OF A NATION" AND PLAYED FOR YOU BY SIXTY MASTER MUSICIANS. HEAR THE CRASH OF THE BATTLE WHERE GRANT SMASHED THE CONFEDERACY THE ROAR OF WILKES BOOTH'S SHOT THAT ENDEJ) LINCOLN'S LIFE. THE THUNDER OF HOOFS OF THE CLAN ON A . NIGHT RIDE. SEE ALL THE STARS MADE FAMOUS BY THIS PICTURE OF PICTURES. HENRY WALTHALL MAE MARSH LILLIAN GISH WALLACE REID JOSEPH HENABERY RAOUL WALSH ""' Last Time M O N D A Y ILLICIT" BARBARA STANWYCK JAMES RENNIE

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