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April 6, 1934

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 11

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APRIL 6 1934 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE YEGGS FAIL TO GET SAFE OPEN Fingerprints Are Taken in New Hampton As Probe Is Continued. NEW HAMPTON, April 6.--The safe blowers who knocked the knob from the safe of F. W. Brown in his office Thursday afternoon failed to . open the safe, it was learned here today. A state fingerprint expert arrived last night and took fingerprints. Entrance to the Brown office was gained by using a key. Anniversary Observed by Nora Springs Pair NORA SPRINGS, April 6.--Mr. and Mrs. Carl Thompson celebrated their silver wedding anniversary Thursday by entertaining their relatives at a dinner party. The dining room and tables were decorated with silver and rose and talisman roses. A three course dinner was served and the ghosts recalled incidents relating to Mr. and Mrs Thompson's wedding which took place at Hampton 25 years ago Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Lars Gulbransen and daughter, Lenora, Mason City; Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Thompson of Leland and their son, Glen of Thompson, M. E. Gilge and Miss Elise Gilge, Mr. and Mrs. J. B Pestle, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Lucas, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Kluver and daughter, Doris, all of Nora Springs. Play Is Presented for Mission Group at Algona ALGONA, April 6.--The Missionary society of the Congregationa 1 church held its annual thank offering- meeting with a lunch at the church Thursday. About 50 were present. Mrs. T. P. Harrington's circle served the luncheon. The program following the luncheon con sisted of a vocal solo by Mrs. Theo Herbst, an organ solo by Mrs Sylvia Gunn and a play, "Mrs Lively's Operation." Mrs. Elkins Named Head of Algona Baptist Group ALGONA, April 6.--The regular meeting of the Baptist ladies aid was held at the church Thursdaj afternoon, all officers being- re-elec ted, president, Mrs. O. N. Elkins vice president, Mrs. L. W. Keith secretary, Mrs. C. Willason; treas urer, Mrs. C. Taylor. Mrs. D. Pierc and Mrs. Ervin Urch had charge o the program. The next meeting wil be at the home of Mrs. Evans. Program Heard by 94 at . . . . Algona Society Session ALGONA. April 6.--Mrs. Arthu Helberg's division of the Methodis Ladies Aid served a luncheon at th church Thursday. There were 94 wo men present. The program con sisted of a. g-uitar solo by Eugen Ringgenberg, a piano number b Wayne Bjustrom, a violin duet b Mrs. Fred Anderson and Mrs. Ott Fisk, a reading by Adelle Czapp also a one act play by the Ladle of the Cresco township. 2 Announce Candidacies for Worth County Post NORTHWOOD, April 6.--Ja Cady of Kensett, chairman of th . Worth county board of supervisors · Thursday announced his candidac for the nomination as supervisor fo the second district on the republ can ticket. Mr. Cady is the oldes member of the board in point o service and is now serving his four) consecutive year as chairman. Har old Mellem, republican, is seeking nomination for county recorder. He resides near Northwood in Grove township and has lived in the Northwood vicinity all his life. CONGRESS PAYS TRIBUTE TO DEAN OF HOUSE miters of the senate, the house of representatives and the supreme court joined in u final tribute to ieiitativc Edward W. Pou of North Carolina, dean of the house who died of a heart attucli. V«ce 1 res- larner and Speaker Jlaincy may be seen on the rostrum of the house chamber, back of the flower- Jlen Keprese ident G banked casket. (Associated Press Photo). At Mason City THEATERS ~By R. J. P. MANY ATTRACTIONS IN WONDER BAR" AT CECIL. Whether or not .you reserve any varm spots in your heart for Al Jolson, "Wonder Bar," beginning a 'our day engagement Saturday at the Cecil, should prove thorough- y enjoyable. In addition to several excellent musical numbers there is an interesting- plot rather similar :o the basic theory of the story of 'Grand Hotel;" anrl with a cast such as the one in "Wonder Bar" the story should be well done indeed. * * * Illustrative of fleeting lame is the case of Kathleen Burke, erstwhile 'panther woman" of a South Sea island picture. Much publicized and 'plugged" By producers after being- chosen for the "panther woman" role from alleged "thousands of contestants," she appears only onw and then in some minor part such the bit which she portrays in "The Good Dame" in which Sylvia Sidney, Fredric Marsh and Jack LaRue are starred. On the same bill is 'Devil Tiger," a jungle picture which might be mindful to Miss Burke of her single featured appearance. These two films comprise the double bill which starts a four day run Saturday at the Palace. * "* * BUFFALO BILL. JR., CO-STARR.ED AT STRAND. The name which carried the lore of our country's western plains to far corners of the globe appears in connection with "Deadwood Pass," western picture which began a two day engagement Friday at the Strand. Buffalo Bill, Jr., is starred in this production with Tom Tyler. Wally Wales and Alice Dahl. » v * An ·animal story which often finds its counterpart in human history is portrayed in "Trailing the Killer," tale of a long hunt for a mountain lion which had been ravaging the flocks and herds of ranchers in the southwest. The capture of the lion vindicated a German police dog which had been accused of the depredations. This picture completes a two day run Saturday at the Iowa. * * * 'Mystery of Mr. X" starring Kobert Montgomery, Elizabeth Allan and Lewis Stone, is billed as the midweek attraction at the Cecil. An interesting story with an English background including Scotland Yard inspectors, diamond robberies, etc. * * * M 'LA GLEN-LOWE TOGETHER AGAIN Victor McLaglen and Edrnunc Lowe meet again in one of the pic tures scheduled at the Palace fo half of the mid-week bill, and thi time the boys drink a toast to "N More Women." Spencer Tracy i cast in a sort of "Elmer the Great part in the leading role in "Th Show-off, the other half of th double bill. * * -X "Little Women" Iregins a thru SURF BALLROOM CLEAR LAKE, IOWA Red Nichols and His World Famous Pennies SATURDAY, APRIL 7 ay return engagement Sunday at 10 Iowa theater. One of the year's est production. * * * Tlielnla Todd and Stanley Luplnii n a broadcast studio setting head le cast of "You Made Me Love r ou," comedy romance which be- ins Sunday at the Strand. : uneral of Rottink, 85, Clarksville, Held CLARKSVILLE, April 6.--Fu- .cral services for Herman Rottink, .5, who died of a sudden heart at- ack Monday evening, were held at he Community church Friday atter- loon and burial was beside his wife t Shell Rock. His surviving relatives ire a son, Gerrltt; daughters, Mrs. C. M. Pitcher, Mrs. Harley Pulis and Sarah of CiarMsville; Mrs. John Hinkle of Storm Lake, 11 grand- hildren. two great grandchildren and a brother. Dirk of Albany, Ore. Greene Golf Club to Buy Permanent Course GREENE, April G.--The members of the local golf club decided to purchase the land adjoining- Greene on the north, along the Shell Rock river, of Ed Perry, for a permanent foil course. Newly elected officers ·ire: President, M. A. Downs; N. A. llerriau, vice president; Ray Swab, secretary; H. N. Graven, treasurer; directors, C. V. Cave. C. H. Williams, J. H. Graven, Or. W. Andrews, E. Hill, John Blake and T. Dahlcn CRASH VICTIM'S FUNERAL HELD Laube, Killed When Hit by Train at Clarksville, Is Buried. CLARKSVILLE, April 6.--Funeral services for Adolph Laube, who was killed by a C, R. I. P. freight train, Monday afternoon, were held at the home and at the Evangelical church Thursday afternoon. Burial was In Lynwood cemetery with the Rev. A. W. Satory in charge. His widow, sons, William of Webster City; Paul. Herman, Robert and August, all of Clarksville; daughters, Mrs. Alfred Schmidt, Mrs. Orlo Hauswirth of Clarksville; Mrs. Fred Wittle, Mrs. Louie Ohlcn- dorf. Waverly, and 11 grandchildren survive. This is the third death at this crossing. The others were Lloyd Auxier in 1930 and Dale Schcrf a year later. Social Gatherings Are Held at Homes in Osage OSAGE, April G.~Two dinner :lubs met for dinner and bridge, iVeduesday evening, one at the Richard Carr, and the other at the 3r. J. O. Eiel home. Dr. and Mrs. Siel also entertained at dinner Thursday evening, honoring Dr. B. F. Kilgore of DCS Moines. Mrs. Victor Husting entertained at con- Gasoline Stove Explodes. LATIMER, April «.--Mrs. Olc Christensen's gasoline stove exploded Wednesday afternoon, causing some damage to the kitchen. The fire department was called but the fire was out by the time it ELEVEN tract, bridge Thursday evening, the Rev. and Mrs- F. W. Miller entertained the Junior choir at Uie Uni- versalist parsonage at a supper Thursday evening. Mrs. Fred G. Mueller was hostess of the First Osage Naturalist club at her honu Thursday afternoon. During the recent heavy avalanches In Central Italy, a church m Ancona was completely buried by snow. Caddy House--Clear Lake Country Club Open Starting Saturday, April 7 DAILY FKOM NOON UNTIL X A. M. T-Bone Steaks ... 60c. Fried Chicken ... 50c. , ; AH kinds of Sandwiches. Beer and Pop. WE'LL APPRECIATE YOUR PATRONAGE! BIG ·DAYS' LADIES -10c GENTS 80c ISOB SCHNEIDER, THURSDAY, APRIL VI "CEC" HURST, SATURDAY. APRIL 14 JiTVlMlE JOY, THURSDAY AND SATURDAY, APRIL 13 and 21 "TRAILING THE KILLER" Savage America Epic o£ Its Untamed Wilds Thrills Romance Drama-Action COMEDY--"MICKEY'S APE MAN" CAKTOON - NOVELTY - NEWS Fri. Sat. MAT Ific--EVE/2J.C TAX INCLUDEO^-CHILD. lOc, NO TAX STARTS SUN. "Little Women" s . STARTING Saturday AT'lASTrTHrPICTURElFTOlOO'WOTDERSlllNGSTTS THRIlTS OFj DRAMA, GIRLS, SONG'AND BLAZING SPECTACLE UPON THE SCREEN!; Warner Bros, bring you 10 Great Stars and 5,000 Crack Performers in a Mighty Argosy of Entertainment! Piling thrill upon thrill, sensation upon sensation in the grand climax of all their producing achievements! SHOWING FRI. AND SAT. JOM TYLER PASS" Husbands! Do You Have a Spit-Fire Wife? Oh! What an angered woman can do! It's a. bis laush to sec twr. and «. sparkling comedy to enjoy. SEE THIS BIG ATTRACTION STARTIXG ON SATCHDA1' MID- NITE SHOW. ALSO SHOWING SUNDAY AND MOKDAT First Time Shown in Mason Coming TIICS.. Wed.. Ttuirs. Gala Rrtnm Knia-rmrnt FOUR MARX BROS, in "DUCK SOUP" GREATEST OF ALL hoy... ost in the terror-inlesteil jun- lil». Trapped by the very bcas they hunted... E E . EUIOTT *»''"'"«' ""'1 ' 1 ' '"'"; t'fu.*/! "i nmrttil « I ;JOLS.ON; NEVER SO MANY WHIRLWIND FEATURES IN ONE AMUSEMENT ENTERPRISE! You'll see Kay Francis in burning romance and intrigue at the glittering ringside of "Wonder Bar.'." Dick Powell singing the new song sensations "Don't Say Goodnight" and "Why Do I Dream Those Dreams 1 .'" , , Al Jolson pouring fire and flame into "I'm Coin' to Heaven on a Mule" in dynamic black-face! Del Rio and Cortez in drama that stuns and dances that delight! Kibbee, Herbert, D'Orsay. Donnelly in a gale of laughs! Le Roy in new wonders of tap dancing and comedy! ^ , ' GUV. - : , - KIBBEl, p W mm. snows STAiiT 1-3-5-7-9 feS D'PRSAY NO A O V A N T K IN PRICES! rURNS"

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