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April 2, 1936

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 5

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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, APRIL 2 1S3U F I V E REVUE PROVES TO BE BIG HIT Pictures of Mohawks Also on Cecil Screen m Iowa News Flashes. Charlie Mack's Chatterbox Revue, with every act proving to be a great crowd pleaser, was presented at the Cecil theater Wednesday night before a near capacity audience. The revue will conclude its appearance in Mason City Thursday night. The show was nicely balanced with an equal share of dancing, songs, comedy, acrobatics, an animal act, and music furnished by the Musical Vagabonds, whose theme song was the song which swept the country some time ago, "The Music Goes 'Round and 'Round." In one of the high lights on the vaudeville program Claude DeCarr and his canine protege, "Spotty," were co-starred. DeCarr performs various acrobratic stunts and Spotty imitates his every deed. The little wonder dog showed almost human TRflDSHOITK « mobcrni mmuv s«o« STOW MOSS ; Bays like TRADEHOME shoes far their snappy, manly styles. Parents like their low prices and long service. G O O D Y E A R WELT BLACK O X F O R D Sizes I lo 6 One of our famous ALL AMERICAN shoes for boys. Solid leather throughout. Comes in black brown or white. 3 oo Brown elkskln BOY SCOUT oxford with moccasin toe. Also in men's and big boys' sizes to 3, O N E O F O U R M A N Y S M A R T EASTER STYLES New higher keels, in black or white. 3 00 A sturdy oxford for smallsr hoys, with our famous "MAGIC SOLE," Size 81/2 lo 3 WE C A R R Y BOYS' SHOES IN B, C AND D WIDTHS. understanding in obeying his master. Act Goes Over. A comedy act, Ann and Charlie Howard, went over with a great measure of success. A new high mark in humor is reached when the duo performs a burlesque of a French Apache dance in unique manner. The Capps brothers and their sister, Dolly, feature the dancing of the brothers, Earl and Eddie Capps, and bits of vaudeville variety. The Capps appeared at the North Iowa fair as part of a stage unit at one of the most recent fairs. Billed as the "Sorority Songstress- es," the three Doyle sisters lend their voices to harmonious blends of popular music, fashioned in a manner similar to that made famous by the Boswell sisters. The Doyle sisters are former NBC artists. Frank and Pete Frazier give a study in grace, skill and strength in a show of the perfection of acrobatic fm- esse. They are outstanding gymnasts. Three Star Picture. A three star picture, "Love Before Breakfast," adds to the well rounded program. Carole Lombard and Preston Foster give their unique version of love making throughout the movie. Of particular interest to local sports fans are the pictures of the Mason City-Ames state championship game played at Drake field- house in Des Moines Saturday in which the Mohawks lost. Also shown in the Iowa News Flashes are posed "shots" of the Ames squad and its coach and of Capt. Henry "Hun" Hert and Howard Stoecker of Mason City. Operating Costs of Insane Hospital at Mt. Pleasant Gain DBS MOINES, (--P)--A state audit filed Thursday said operating costs of the Mount Pleasant state insane hospital increased $7,162 to $339.277 during the fiscal year ending July 1. 1935. The audit, filed with State Auditor C. W. Storms by G. S. Worden, supervisor of state institution audits, said the increased cost during the year was "due principally to increased food costs." Costs per inmate rose from $210.74 to $213.55, the audit showed, with the average population of the hospital remaining nearly constant at 1,574. Farm and garden operations netted a profit of $10.723 as compared with $5,096 for the preceding year, the audit said. Commission Wants Power of Regulating ^Interstate Gas Trade WASHINGTON, C3)--Officials of the federal power and' trade commission approached a house com-' mittee Thursday with a request for congressional authority to regulate the nation's interstate gas industry. Dozier A. De Vane, power commission ' solicitor, and William Chantland of the trade commission, the first scheduled witnesses at an inter-state commerce committee hearing on the Lea (D-Cal.) regulatory bill, were ready to explain at'length why their agencies wish that measure enacted. A subcommittee headed by Representative Lea, the bill's author, arranged to hear these and possibly other government witnesses Thursday, Friday and Tuesday. Other members of the subcommittee are Representatives Cole (D- Sfd.), Eieher (D-Iowa), Peyser (DN. Y.), Cooper (D-Ohio) and Merritt (D-N. Y.). Driver Injured When Train Strikes Road Maintenance Machine STRATFORD, UP) -- A North Western passenger train struck a sta.te highway commission road maintenance machine at a crossing here Wednesday, severely injuring the driver, Herbert \V. Lund. Lund, who was unable to explain the cause of the accident, was removed to a Webster City hospital. He suffered a broken collarbone and other injuries. Records and Radio. Another indication of the advancement of true art: Discarding the phonograph and its record and then turning on tie radio to listen to a recorded musical program.--Fond du Lac Commonwealth. Q Want a safe, _^ quick way to prepare that car for summer driving? Then, do this! Sprinkle half a package o£ CUMALENE in the radiator. Let the motor run five minutes. Drain. Now the radiator is free of ail sediment... cleaned for cool, safe, summer driving. The Climalene Company, Canton, Ohio. DOG SUMMONS AID FOR MASTER BUT IT ARRIVES TOO LATE STONECLIFFE, Out., /(')--Carrying out the last command of his master, a dog, tired from breaking through six miles of heavy bush, trotted into this settlement with a distress sign--a mitten--from Lawrence Larochellc, 20 year old trapper. The faithful dog had done his best to reach the village in time o summon aid to save hi s moster. When help arrived at the trapper's lonely cabin. Larochelle had been dead more than a day from two gunshot wounds. A rifle lay across his chest. It was believed the trapper accidentally shot himself and tried to seek aid by sending the dog to the village. Here and There PLYMOUTH PLANS HOBBY EXHIBITS Awarding of Prizes Will B e j Held Friday Night By Auxiliary. PLYMOUTH--Final plans have been made for the American Legion auxiliary hobby show to be held Friday at the high school auditorium. The chairman of registrations and helpers will be at the auditorium from 3 p. m. until 8 p. m. Friday to receive and check each entry. All those having hobbies in any division have been asked to bring- them to the show. A program will be given. The exhibits will be open to the public and the awarding of prizes will be Friday night at the close of program. Brannon, Retired Farmer at New Hampton, Is Dead NEW HAMPTON--John Brannon, retired farmer, died late Wednesday. Funeral services will likely be held Friday morning at St. Joseph's church. Returns I'Voin Cedar Fulls. ROCK FALLS -- Mrs. Henry Brodrecht returned to lu'r home after spending t'nn winter with her daughter, Mrs. Clara Sargent cf Cedar Falls. DISCOVERY OF PLOT REPORTED Two Arrested by Bolivian Government; Will Be Deported. LA PAZ, Bolivia. (.T)--Police officials announced they had discovered a revolutionary plot prepared by leaders of the "genuine republican" party. They arrested for deportation Jose Gabino Villanueva. Enrique Hertxog and Eustaquio Bilbao, and said they were seeking Joaquin Espada. The authorities said the alleged plotters had secreted a great number of arms and ammunition and had prepared a campaign of violence against the government. Carpenter Juniors to Present Play Friday CARPENTER--The junior class will present a three act play Friday evening at the high school auditorium. Only XI Votes C'a.st. FLOYD--At a quiet election R. J. Wilcox was elected mayor, B. A, Kenyon, George A. Rankin. L. C. Stewart, H. J. Thompson and A. G. Wamslcy were elected councilincn, Will Pyie, treasurer and C. H. De- inaray. assessor. Only 31 votes were cast while two years ago wilU two tickets in the field, there were 100 votes. CORNS SORE TOES? Pain instantly relieved, ·hoc pressure stopped, jorc toes.blistersprcventcdwith/, ihcacnoothmc.hcnlincpads. ^ Daughter Is Born. GRAFTON--Mr. and Mrs. Fred Navratial are parents of a 9 pound girl, born to them Tuesday. This is their third child. Zino-pads Safely remove Corns. Sold everywhere. Girls Form 4-H Club. HANSELL--A group of 19 girls gathered at the home of Mrs. Wayne Shaw to organize a 4-H club. Miss Blank of Hampton told the girls the principles of starting a club. Were in Des Moincs. RAKE--Mr. and Mrs. Henry Quame and Vivian and Mildred Monson spent Monday and Tuesday in Des Moines where Mr. Quame attended a furnace engineering school. Move to Ues iMoiiies. THORNTON--Mr. and Mrs. Tom Forrester and two little daughters moved to North Des Moines, where Mr. Forrester will be employed in gardening. They left Tuesday. 90 Present at Meeting. HANSELL--A soil conservation meeting was held in the Hanscll schoolhouse Monday night. The 1936 program was explained by the county agent. About BO attended. Return to Sabula. ST. ANSGAR--Mr. and Mrs. Fred Noeskow of Sabula and Mrs. Carl Koten came to attend the funeral of Miss Ernestine Koten Tuesday. They will return to their homes the last of the week. Move Fr 0 in'Cedar Falls. DUMONT--Will Miller and bride, and a son by a former marriage, are moving this week from Cedar Falls to the Robert Miller residence. They formerly lived at Bristow. Officers Are Re-Elected. MCINTIRE--Town officers were re-elected: Mayor. Dr. Anderson; marshal, J. T. Vaughn: H. Snider, justice of the peace. Anderson received 110 votes and Summers, 55. 72nd Birthday Observed. RUDD--Miss Christena Carlson, Mrs. Buckmaster and children, Courtney and Betty Mae motored from Osage to help the former's mother, Mrs. Carrie Carlson, celebrate, her seventy-second birthday. Enters Children's Hospital. CARPENTER--Mrs. Hazel Frank and daughter, Phylis left for Iowa City Wednesday where Phylis will enter the children's hospital for treatment. Mrs. Frank has been employed as housekeeper in the Ed Durkee home. Submits to Operation. HANSELL--Mrs. Gertrude Behrens of Hansel], daughter of Mrs. J. C. Garrett, underwent an operation for appendicitis at the Lutheran hospital in Hampton. Home From Hospital. I RAKE--Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Erdahl returned from Albert Lea where Mrs. Erdahl has been at the Naeve hospital for the past four weeks recovering from a major operation. Meets at Molsberrv Home. PLYMOUTH--The F. W. D. club met Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Molsberry one mile north of Plymouth. After a 1 o'clock dinner, a program was given. "Fortune With a Dime," was the subject handled by Mrs. Harriet Cnesebro and "Origin of April Fool's Day" was given by Mrs. W. Frick. Move From Hazleton. McINTIRE--Mr. and Mrs. Leo Edson moved from Hazelton to the farm home of the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kyle Eastman where Mr. Edson wil assist with the farm work. Guests From Minnesota. ROCK FALLS--Mrs. Oscar Eng-- strom and son. Donald Schnartz of Ogelvie, Minn., are visiting her daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bahnsen. Committee Is Elected. FAULKNER--Sixty farmers attended a meeting in Osceola township Tuesday evening at which the soil conservation plan was explained and discussed. George Wolf, Hez Wagner and Heiko Muller were elected as the township committee. The meeting was in charge of Manning W. Howell. county agent. DEAR NOAH=WHE.N A BILLIARD BALL STOPS ROLLING, DOES IT LOOK ROUND? G.R.BARVkER WITCH ITA, KAtMS. DEAR- NOAH=WHERE CAN 1 GET A RE.OPE. FOR ICE GEN6.VA w«NtTT=.E TGv-E;PO, OHIO. DEAR NOAH = IF THE HEN SCRATCHES A FE.W UNES, WOULD YOU SAY SHE IS WRITING UNDER A DE-FEATHER."? Mftf^V H. SMYTHS - OUT y_oyy uow ^THCM "To NOftHj- Not a One-Day Parade . . . But for an Entire S e a s o n WARDS L C O L O R S ... as sparkling as April Sunshine I Tired of prints? Try one of these soft, flattering "EASTER EGG" shades with dark accessories and discover an arrestingly different costume for Easter! Crepes in last-minute styles from New York, Misses' sizes; 14-20, Women's styles: 38-44. EASTER FLOWEKS 'e Bright imported nosegays of artificial flowers lo add color to Spring frocks, suits or hats! Smart Purses 98 c Envelope, pouch or zipper styles in simulated leathers. · Black, brown, navy, London tan, white or red. Vivid Scarfs 39" A brilliant splash of color with your gray or tanisuit! Jacquard rayon in smartest Spring shades. In the Front Banks of Fashion! WARDS EASTER and k- All the styles worn by Manhattan's most smartly dressed women! 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Sizes 14 to 44. Other tubfast sports frocks in charming new styles and gay cotton prints. Sizes 14 to 44 1.98 102-l-fi SOUTH FEDERAL A V E N U E T E L E P H O N E 57

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