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March 11, 1931

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

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12 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE Seniors Entertain Juniors. . NASHUA, March .11.--The senior class of the Nashua high school entertained the juniors. at Leaman's ope rt. house Monday night. The affair was a Kobd party. MERLE SIMS ORCHESTRA : OF ALBERT LEA Will Flay for the AMERICAN LEGION OLDTIME DANCE Saturday Night, March 14 AT THE ARMORY Admission Always 2 So New ventilating system now 'In operation.* Interurban Derailment Delays Legion Banquel CEDAR RAPIDS, March 11. UP)-Derailment of the second section of a three- section special interurban train on which there were 400 Waterloo 'Legionnaires, delayed for more than an hour last night the banquet at which the Hanford posl of Cedar Rapids entertained theii Waterloo "buddies." No one was hi' jured in the accident,' which occurred six miles west of here. The Hanford post-was recently loser to the Becker-Champman.post of Wa "terloo in a membership contest. Accused at Selling .to Minor. TIPTON, March 11. OF)--Alvie Gehringer, 35, is held here on charges of selling: denatured alcohol to a minor for liquor. sTDANB PLAYING The Talking Picture AH Mason City is Talking About--; OUTWARD BOUND This World Called Their Love a Sin! But eternity made it a beautiful thing. Stead. fast in their devotion, they left this world in search of n better. What happened after, makes this exquisite romance the most extraordinary drama ever produced! Douglas Fairbanks, Jr. Helen Chandler Leslie Ho.ward Beryl Mercer Alec B. Francis Perfect Picture-A Perfect Cast Double Program -- One Price -- Added Feature ' TED lEWIS ANN PENNINGTON in "Is Everybody Happy" Time Schedule "Outward Bound" at 1:16 - 4:05 6:54 - 9:52 "la Everybody Happy" at 2:38 5:27 -8:16 MRS, SHIELDS, 99, IS BURIED Woman, Thot to Have Been Oldest Howard County Resident, Dies. · . CRESCO, March 11.--Punera services.were held Tuesday for Mrs Fred Shields, 99, who died at net home at Howard Center. Sha was born in Ireland, Feb. 2, 1832, anc came : to 'America 'at the age of 8 She was married in 1856' to Fret Shields and theylived-on a farm in Howard Center .tbwnshipfor many years.-Mr. Shields died in 1892. She Is survived by two sons, Fred anc William,' and two daughters, Mary and Lettie at home. She was 'thi oldest of 11 children and is survivec only by the youngest, a sister, Mrs Maggie Phillips' of Syracuse,' N. Y At the time of her death, Mrs Shields was supposed to be the old- est'resident of Howard county, having lived here for more than 60 years. Solemn requiem .high mass wAs said at the Assumption church by the pastor, the Rev. E. J. Dougherty, assisted by other priests. Burial was at Calvary cemetery, Ores- Many III in Cast; Play . at St. Ansgar Postponed ST. ANSGAR/. March 11.--The old time Negro minstrel, "Way Down' South," which was to be ivcn here Tuesday evening has been postponed for 10 days on account of so many of the cast being ill with the flu. The cast is made up of 60 men and women, al! residents of St. Ansgar, and the proceeds are to go to the benefit of the local junior band. The cast includes an interlocutor and four end men, 17 soloists, a chorus .of 25 men and women, an eight piece orches- :ra and another little playlet with 10 in the cast. GOOD-BYE ITCHING SKIN Soothing, healing and tremendously efficient, invisible Zemo brings cool relief to Itching Skin. Even where skin is raw and peeling-, thousands aave found that Zemo quickly restores comfort. It helps smooth away blemishes and clear up Pimples, Rash and other annoying itch- ng skin and scalp irritations. Keep clean, antiseptic Zemo always on hand. Use it freely. It is safe, pleasant. 35c, 60c and $1.00. Sold everywhere. ,The Finest Performing Six Hudson Ever Built Competes with the lowest in price Challenqes the Finest in Quality Essex challenges the performance br'anj- six, regardless of .price! 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Delaware MARCH 11 1931 FILING OF $601,000 SUIT PROBED Two las Angeles modistes, Verona Shearer; left, and her sister, Fecn, right, are important witnesses in the district attorney's Investigation into the circumstances of the filing- of a $601,000 damage suit against David Wark Griffith, screen director, by Mrs. Fern Setril, 22, a {lira actress, inset. Mrs. .SetrH alleged that Griffith attacked her in 1929, during which time she is said to have made her home with the Shearer sisters. At Mason City's THEATERS The changes wrought by a decade in the making of motion pictures, as well as the tremendous differences in production costs, are brot to the mind by a few facts about "The Birth of a Nation," considered quite the grandest movie ever in 1 1914, showing now hi sound version at the Palace theater. There are more than 5,000 scenes in this grand old · epic of post Ctvil.iwar days. D. W. Griffith, the director, worked, what was considered 15 years ago in picture business to be a terrifically long time in .completing "The Birth of a Nation." That was before Howard Hughes spent ihree years and four million dollars on "Hell's Angels." The total coat of making "The Birth of a Nation" ia figured in the neighborhood of $100,000. ', ' '--°-- - · · Edward Everett Horton, Esther Balaton, Laura-La Plante and patsy Xuth Miller are starred in the fast, "urious, . frothy . comedy, "Lonely Wives" which opened at th Cecil Wednesday. This riotous farce tells of a husband who is a* lawyer by day'and a blooming passion flower by night. ii --O "Outward Bound," latest Warner SOME WOMEN ALWAYS ATTRACT You want to be beautiful. You want the tireless energy, fresh complexion and pep of youth. Then Jet Dr. Edwards Olive Tablets help free pour system of the poisons caused by clogged Jowels and torpid liver. 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Tanlao contains nothing but herbs, barks and roots which have a cleansing, healing effect on a poor upset stomach. Just a tablespoonfu! before each meal stimulates the digestion naturally eo that you can cat what you want without fear of distress. And when your stomach is in good shape again sec how much keener I your appetite is--watch how quickly ' skin begins to grow free of disfiguring eruptions. The cost of Tanlac is less than 2C a dose. Get a bottle from your druggist today. Money back if it docsn t help you. Bros., and Vitaphone production, opened at the Strand theater Wednesday. This is a screen adaptation of the international stage success of Sutton Vane. In it are.featured Leslie Howard, Douglas Fairbanks, tlr., Helen Chandler, Beryl Mercer, Alec B. Francis, Alison Skipworth, Lyonel Watts, Montagu Love and Dudley Digges. "Outward Bound" Is one of the most mysteriously alluring stories ever filmed. It has to do with two youthful lovers, who after a day. in the English'countryside, return to the slums with. the determination to keep the love they have found, in spite of the world's condemnation, and for that reason plan to together siip* from this sphere-'bt-livloff-itilo ·. tJie-t next, 'tis- Everybody Happy?" Is being shown on this bill along with "Outward Bound." "Alias . French' Gertie," starring- Bebe Daniels, is to be presented for the last time Wednesday evening at the Iowa theater. Ramon STovarro is to be at the Iowa theater Thursday only in "Gay Madrid." "Across the World With Mr. and Mrs. Martin Johnson," featuring three Boy Scouts in Africa, will also be presented Thursday at the.Iovya. · "Millie,"' with. the. glamorous Helen Twelvetrees, will open Saturday at the Cecil. Lilyan Tashman, Robert Ames, John Halliday, Joan Biondell, James Hall _, and Anita Louise are also featured. Can a woman get an even break out of life i by playing them double? Millie knows. "Millie" is a soul-stirring portrayal of loose-footed beauty. Mrs. Glass Elected President of Howard Historical Society CRESCO, March 11.--At the annual meeting Monday evening of the Historical society of Howard county officers re-elected were: Mrs. Alma Glass, president; J. H. Howe, vfcrv president; C. J. Harlan, secretary; William Kellow, treasurer; Mrs. c. E. Farnsworth, curator; C. H. Eldridge, J. F. Murtha and Mrs. J. N. Smith, directors.' Mrs. Fanny C. Farnsworth was elected director to succeed Mrs. J. Q. Rowlee, deceased. 2 Lives Endangered as Flames Sweep Building SHENANDOAH, .March 11. OP-Officials were checking the damage today caused by fire which swept the Gwynn building here last night and endangered two lives. Dr. Helen Ridgeway, whose office is in the building, was rescued from her bed where she had been confined with an attack of pneumonia. J. L. Gwynn, owner of the building, escaped unaided after suffering slight burns. The stock of the J. C. Penney store was badly damaged fey water. - J, I. HOVE, WORTH PIONEER, DIES Rites to Be Held Thursday for Man Survived by Four Children. NORTHWQOD, March 11.--Funeral services will be held Thursday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock at the Shell Rock Norwegian Lutheran church two. miles west of Northwood, for John I. Hove, 79, pioneer resident of Hartland. township. Worth county.-who died Sunday morning at the home of his son, Robert E. Hove, five miles southwest of town. The Rev. J. W. Yivi- saker will be in charge of the services. Burial will be in the Shell Rock cemetery. Mr. Hove was a native of Sogn, Norway, where he was born May 9, 1851. -He came to America with his parents in 1861, settling in Boone county, HI. From-there the family came to WInneshiek county in 1862, and located-in Worth county in 1863* He was married March 25, 1878 to Miss Mary Wigen, also a native of Norway. She preceded him in Chinese Capital Has Problem of Jobless NANKING, China, March 11. {UP*--Despite Its growing prosperity, China's new capital city also is confronted, with a serious problem of unemployment. According to the latest census more than one-half of the population is jobless. The census Tives a total population of 570,072, f whom only 235,813 men and 33,'53 women are properly employed. The class of the unemployed claim a total of 300,306 persons or 115,114 men and 187,192 women. THURSDAY ' 9n~£ \3ayJnatlrii ALSO SHOWING The-Three Boy Scouts In Africa. All Boy Scouts In Uniform Admitted tot death several years ago. He .leaves four children, Mrs. Knute Green, Enderlin, N. Dak.; Melvin Hove, Enderlin, N. Dak.; ' George Hove, Parshall, N. Dak., and Robert E.- Hove, Northwood. Two children, Carl and Joseph, died in infancy. There are 17 grandchildren. living. Baptist Men Entertain Women. CRESCO, March 11.--Men" of the Baptist church entertained the women with an oyster supper and stunt program in the church dining room Monday evening, there being about 80 present. Hunt Gives Talk Before . Fredericksburg Bureau FREDERICKSBURG,. March 11.; --The March meeting of the Fredericksburg township Farm Bureau was held at the Falrvtew schoolhouse. The program consisted of motion pictures and a talk on '"Soils" by County Agent Frank Hunt. i · If true greatness is recognized only by posterity, current opinion should be a great consolation to Mr. Volstead.--Davenport Times. · BIG DANCE · · _ Clear Lake Golf and Country Club "TINY LITTLE AND HIS TOE TEASERS" THURSDAY, MARCH 12 Bigger and Better Than Ever COME AND ENJOY^YOURSEtF I ALAC S O U N D SHOWS AT 1:00 3:30 6:00 8:30 HEAR The Roar of Battle ot the Civil W a r . . . .\VUkesV -.'Booth's · Shot that Killed T.inr.nln , , THE BUGLE CALL--THE TinTNBER OF THE HOOFS OF THE CLAN AND THE BATTLES THAT FOLLOW 50 Million People All Over the World 20 Million to See It Now You Can Hear Again Joseph Breil's Thrilling Musical Score Specially . the 'Birth of a Nation .,, » PLAYED FOR YOU BY A SYMPHONY OF SIXTY MASTER MUSICIANS STARTING WEDNESDAY A FOOL AND HIS MONEY CAN'T PART MORE SWIFTLY THAN A CHUMP AND HIS WIFE! LONELY WITH EDWARD EVERETT HORTON ESTHER RALSTON--LAURA LA PLANTE "Maybe the woman pays and pays--but now and then she collects." There's black magic in the way a platinum ring can become a b a l l and chain. Highly Sophisticated Comedy SNAPPIER THAN GINGER! FASTER THAN JAZZ! One of the laugh highlights of the screen year. "Lonely Wives" is a Laugh Riot Steady Deluge of Ultra-Sophisticated Wise Cracks A Naughty Comedy

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