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March 8, 1939

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 3

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WEDNESDAY, MARCH 8, 1939 D'Arragnan (Don Ameche) and the Ritz r e 0 n Classic b y Dumas Alcxander Dum *s "ever « n 0 w *s "ever P icted in tCfZ hefp ,l nned that adventurous classic is de, 6 f a m e name ' at the Ce =» through l eome ^ version ' the thr * R^ musketeer w T 1 r n v , are pals of D 'Artagna n , t h e only "Musketeer? wholesome-part in this edition of the D ' Ar fep«i, and does right well with that ") by the Ritz manage to find after ' "* k.»»*-li themselves continually in a me lange of adventure and hilarit The entire picture is more c less a burlesque of the origina although the plot contains inta the part wherein Cardinal Riche lieu seeks to get the gold brooc the queen of France has given h lover; the misfortune D'Artagna meets with in his attempt to ou wit the cardinal's beautiful emis sary; and D'Artagnan's final an successful attempt to return th valuable to the queen. Thus the picture retains th paver of the Dumas classic, ye has added to it an unique an pleasant concoction of comedj whereby the Ritzes are given th opportunity to display their vane talents. Pauline Moore is Lady Con stance, D'Artagnan's heart; Bin rue Barnes as the cardinal's emis sary is subjected to the Ritz witz MIXED DANCE AVALON BALLROOM MANLY, IOWA THURSDAY, MARCH 9 Music by HAROLD LIBERSKY AND HIS ORCHESTRA Admission 25c, Plus Tax COMING SATURDAY, MARCH 11 JACK JOKER L O O K ! L O O K ! Very Special Attraction Each Mht Featuring ELON NACK AND HIS MARIMBA RAINBOW GARDENS South Shore Clear Lake To Mr. and Mrs. Theatergoer;--The Management of the ' Cecil and Palace Theaters Takes Great Pride in Calling to Your Attention Our Attraction This Friday! JOHN BARRYMORE in THE GREAT MAN VOTES' Take a Tip From Us and See This Show! A Swell Show and a Swell Cast! NOfiTH IOWA'S BEST THEATER I TODAY -- THRU THURS. I Lovable Maids! Singable Tnnes! I Gay Adventure! And Fun With The Ritz Bros.! Plus MICKEY MOUSE CART. COMING SATURDAY Our Big Show in Months "GUNGA DIN" N E W Enjoy Our [Comforts Mat. Z6o Now ·Thru Thnrs. fETF.R ' LORRE in "Mysterious Mr. Moto" STRAND "Vacation From Love" IVilh n*«ni* O'Xrrfe Florence Rice MOVIE MENU CECIL--"The Three Musketeers" through Thursday. PALACE--"Arrest Bulldog Drummond" and "The Mysterious MISS X" through Thursday. STRAND--"The Mysterious Mr. Moto" and "Vacation From Love' through Thursday. STATE -- "Expensive Husbands" and "First L a d y " through Thursday. LAKE--(Clear Lake) -- "Ride a Crooked Mile" and "Goine Places" end W e d n e s d a y "Thanks for Everything" be- .gins Thursday. FOREST GITYAN IS DEAD AT 70 Ludvig Steffensen Pneumonia Victim;" ' Rites on Thursday FOREST CITY--Ludvig Steffensen, 70, died Monday night at 11 o clock following an illness from pneumonia. He is survived by two sons Harry of Forest City and Arthur C. at Joice; two daughters, Carrie, Mrs. Russell E. Peterson of Perry and Mrs. Floyd W. Peterson o£ Berkley. Funeral services 1 will be held a the Scandinavian M e t h o d i s church by the Rev. C. H. Petterson Thursday afternoon at 2 p clock. Burial will be in the Oakland cemetery. Joseph Schildkraut is the king of France, Gloria Stuart the queen and Miles Mander is Cardinal Richelieu. * * * "Thanks for Everything," which is at the Lake theater at Clear Lake Thursday and Friday, introduces Jack Haley as an average man who serves as barometer for a public opinion survey. With Haley are Adolphe Menjou, Jack Oakie, Arleen Whelan, Tony Martin, Bmnie Barnes, George Barbier and Warren Hymer. Brightest the several tunes is the title which is warbled by Mar- o£ sing, tin. FARM HOME IS RAZED IN FIRE Family Is Awakened by Crackling From Flames on Roof BOCKWELL--The farm home of John M. Clark, two miles west of Rockwell on the Swaledale road was destroyed by lire late Tuesday night. All of the home's furnishings, but for some on the first floor, were destroyed also. The blaze .was discovered at about 11:30 Tuesday night by members of the family, who were m bed at-the time, but heard the cr j"*Img °f flames on the roof. I he fire was believed caused by defective chimney. The farm is the property, of James T. Conrin. There was no insurance on either the home or its contents. p ive Students Named o Veishea Posts at towa State College AMES--Five Iowa State col- ege students were named by Ivan Frederickson, Dayton, general chairman of Veishea open house, to be divisional ··Hingmas- ers for displays at the college's annual exposition, May 11-13 . Students named and the divi- tonal displays they will direct are- Adele Moehl, Des Moines, home economics; Jane Snow, Gatlin- )urg Term., science; Donn Bacon, ?* Angeles, Cal., veterinary; Joe Coffey, Cranford, N. J., agricul- ure, and Frank Kennedy! Des Moines, engineering. General assistant to Frederick- sTazilt Giving, Viscosa, MILTON JACOBS SERVICES HELD Conduct Last Rites for Forest Cityan at Home of Sister FOREST CITY--Funeral services were held for Milton Jacobs, 53, at the home of his sister, Miss Agnes Jacobs, Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock. The services were conducted by Father J. E Slowey of the St. James Catholic church, and burial, was made in the Oakwood cemetery. He worked for several years In the T. Jacobs' store for his father and in 1915 went to Hettinger, N! Dak., where he became interested in farming. He was married Jan 29, 1916, to Miss Mayme McCann m Forest City. To this union two children were born: Mary, a senior in high school, and a daughter who died in infancy. A severe pneumonia illness six years ago left him with a weakened heart condition, so he gave up his farming interests and with his family returned to Forest City in 1933. For the past two years Mr. Jacobs had been employed by the UeKalb Agricultural association He was affiliated with the Order o£ Masons. He leaves his wife, his daughter Mary,, two brothers, Wynne and Ray, and one sister, Agnes all of Forest City. ' TATE 16ctiJT6 MRS. HOSTEL'S SERVICES HELD Pioneer, of Thompson Community Dies at Nora Springs Home THOMPSON--Mrs. Bertha Hustel, past 80, died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Bertha Lorentzen, at Nora Springs Sunday. The body was brought to Thompson Monday morning. Mrs. Huslel was a pioneer of this community, having lived here for the past 35 years. Her husband preceded her in death. She leaves two daughters, Mrs. Bertha Lor- enlzen of Nora Springs and Mrs Carl Nelson of Fairmont, Minn luneral services were held Wednesday afternoon at 1:30 at the Synod Lutheran church with the Rev. H. H. Ingebritson charge. Burial Hill cemetery. ,, was in the Rose MARCH OF TIME 1 The Refugee Today and Tomorrow WED, and THURS. ONLY vs. Secretary DES BtOINES' OVVN JOS' HODGES "PERSONAL SECRETARY" William Andy Gargan Devine BE HERE FOR WED. NITE HITS HITS [·"jlu Run m r h Wher Movie Qneen Stakes Chip; on * Four flasher In "EXPENSIVE HUSBANDS" Patrfc Beverly Knowles Roberts ENDS WEDNESDAY "GOING PLACES" "Ride a Crooked Mile" THURSDAY - FRIDAY MENJQU · OAKIE · HALEY -- Added Short Films _ "MARCH OF TIME" Donald Pock Cartoon Bargain Mat. Thurs. 2 p. m., 16c Literary Magazine at Ames Has Four New Staff Members AMES --Four students have been named to the staff o£ Sketch magazine of creative writing a Iowa Slate college. They are John Edward van der Linden, Ames, editor; Myrtie Mane Campbell, Waterloo, associate editor; Herbert Burgess Thysell, Mandan, S. Dak., business manager, arid Paul W. "Moser Ames, associate business manager. Pafricia Maveety, Oak Park, 111., was re-elected representative-at- large on the publication board Outgoing staff members include Dick Campbell, Emmetsburg editor, and Fred Sawyer, Stillwater, Minn., associale editor. Hans Blum, Coulter, Observes Birthday C O U L T E R -- R e l a t i v e s and fnends of Hans Blum gathered at the Ernest Hansen home to helo celebrate his birthday. Social visiting and a short program was presented. Seventy-five guests were present Kanawha Ladies Aid to Meet on Thursday KANAWHA-The Ladies A i d Society of the Kanawha Lutheran church will meet Thursday afternoon at the church with Mrs Vernon Smesrud, Mrs. R. Dirksen and Mrs. Richard GrifhorsU Series of Lectures on Art Is Announced DES MOINES. (/P)_The Des Moines Association of Fine Arts announced a series of free lectures by Mrs. Sarah J. Harris at its galleries on the next three Thursday mornings. The series includes: March 9, architecture; May 16 sculpture; March 23, painting MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE Smaller Feet Found Existing Among Cops ; E N I D , Okla., CU.R)_A Dallas Texas, 'chiropodist has gone on record with the statement that po- hc £men's feet are too small. Dr. W. Lee Austin, here as a speaker to the semi-annual convention of the Oklahoma Podiatry association, said many patrolmen suffer because their feet are not large enough for their weight and the hard pavements they pound. "The size of policemen's shoes has come down in recent years" Austin asserted. "The officers now are in a class with doctors, lawyers and professional men." The chiropodist conferred with Glenn Nixon, acting police chief r r( ;L and leal ' ne i that no member of the Enid force wears larger Uian a size 10 shoe. Austin ob-' served: development of radio and its use m law enforcement, the old adage all policemen have big feet, should be changed to 'all policemen have big ears. 1 " il , the 60 North American output of cast iron pipe comes from the Birmingham, Ala., area. DINTfER IS PLANNED OSAGE--The women clerks of the Daylight Store will give · dinner Thursday evening in honor of Mrs. Al Seibel, one of their members who is moving with her husband and son to Eagle Grove where Mr. Seibel has a position as pharmacist in a drug store there. Hundreds of Pennant Winners in Every Depariment. Pennant Winners because they are outstanding values. FANCY DRESS SOX Special purchase A full range 0 £ colors, pat- t e r n s a n a sizes. Cotton and rayon- Try to Equal This! 50 Ib. Cotton 1 Blown cotton covered with heavy sheeting. * ° l l edge. SALE! BATTERIES For Flashlight Fits all stand- a r d t y p e 11 a s h 1 ig hls Fresh stock. A GIVE-AWAY At This Price Standard size . w e i g h s about 6 IDS. Quick heating element. Less cord. SALE! ROOM LOTS 1939 Papers Enough s i d e wall and border to cover t h e average 10 by 12 it. room. 13%° Starts Tomorrow BE HERE EARLY! FAMOUS 1-COAT FLAT PAINT $-»03 Gar. You need only 1 coat to rejuvenate y o u r walls. Worth $3.00 gal. While They Last! 1 Doz. S m o o t h l y sanded, round pins that will n o t s n a g . Hardwood! Reg. $1.19 End Table 97 C S m a r t l y turned l e g s . Fluted t o p . Walnut f i n- ish. A Sale That Knows No Rival! UNEQUALLED UNDER $59.95 Any family budget can afford this handsome living room suite. Designed in the modern trend. Cotton tapestry cover . . . wearable and good-looking. Davenport and matching Club chair. Choice of colors. Endless bargains for e v e r y conceivable springtime need! S3 Down. }ft Monlh (I'liij Carrying Cljjrse) New 1939 Model Men! They're Here! ENAMELWARE New Colors and Patterns $' Usual ,6Sc and 79c values. Can't go wrong here, Men! Full cut ... choice of patterns and colors. Sizes 14V, to 17. Worth to 20c Each Choose from vegetable dish wash basin, J, j ,4 or 2-qt. saucepans, pie plate, pudding pans, drinking mug and dipper. BIG IN SIZE! BIG IN VALUE! 54 mch size complete with trim! Start ^«. ,-k. *v I* restyhng your kitchen now with this ·· f\ QC smart combination. The sound-dead- J · · a7«J ened, snow-white acid-resisting por- ""^ celain enameled sink has double drain- boards. A sink you'll be proud to show to your friends. Everything you need for your next paint job included in this very specially priced group of paint aids. Make your selections early! Values to locj' I Pound Pure Linseed Oif Putty 8-01. Brush Renewer t-in. Chinese Bristle Brush, Set of 3 Camel's Hair Brushes Stiff Blade Putty Knife Cutter and Scraper (Razor BJade Type) Stiff Bfade Wad Scraper Seroco Screen Painter ZVi-ax. Pkg. Steel Wool Ass't. Pfcg. Sandpaper Rubber Stippling Sponge Grass Sponge Tester Cement Glue 1 V2-ox, Casein Glue Glass Cutter 2-oi. Bottle Aluminum Paint Down. \\ Month » C»rrjinr Clurjf !/4 H. P. Motor March Special! 97 Split-Phase Type You Save SI.98! Heavy bronze bearings run in constant bath of filtered oil. Splash-proo£ end plates. With cord. Floor Coverings Nationally Famous Brands You'll look far and wide be- fSre you'll equal this value! A special purchase from nationally famous manufacturers enables us to bring it to you! Excellent selection. NOW-- Buy Anything Totaling $10 or More on SEARS EASY PAYMENT PLAN I SAVE 35% IN THIS BIG SALE ON FRESH, NEW, FIRST QUALITY ALLSTATE "4-PLY" TIRES GUARANTEED 18 MONTHS S E A R S . B P E B U C K A M D C O

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