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Mason City, Iowa
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Friday, March 10, 1939
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FRIDAY, MARCH 10, 1S39 the; ·/ T f daj if sioi mu w) cob $.u mii 0 . cirj ch| 3 ?i aci mi- ad; an- coi str' tra wii 1 of the Go } CI« Co of wl Wi A ar N W II ivy c t) P STEELEHEADS ALGONAG.OFG, Christensen Named Vice President at Anual Gathering A L G O N A--William F. Steei was elected president of the A gona Chamber of Commerce an H. v. Christensen. was named vie president at a board of director meeting held Thursday morning The annual banquet was give Wednesday evening at the hig school building with the member of the St. Cecelia's Guild servin the banquet to 2SO persons. New directors elected Wednes day evening were P. E. Kent. D C. C. Shierk, John Kohlhaas an K. V. Christensen. Major Leslie 1 Saul is the secretary and A. E Kresensky is the retiring presi dent. Arthur H. Brayton, secretary o the convention bureau of the De Moines Chamber of Commerce was the guest speaker at the ban tjuet. His topic was "Telling th World Effectively," and stresse the necessity of giving service The Algona high school band gav several selections and 11 pupils from Bernice Stock's school o the dance gave a tap dance exlii Diuon. BEEF SQUAD ON TOP IN LEAGUE Three Teams Sweep Through Games With' Decker Opponents Dressed Beef, Beef Kill an Melosweet each won three game m the Decker Plant bowlin league Thursday night, whil Town Club took a pair of contests Dressed Beef had a 2,758 higl total, while Art Swanson rolled 542 series and Bob Logue a 22 single to lead the individuals. DBESSED UEEF Players-- lst 2nd 3rd Tola 167 ISO 5SS 143 513 191 t? s j c ............... 162 194 timlsay .. ........... jgo 279 ]57 J? n « ............... 213 171 150 Kaufman ........... 207 154 151 534 512 Actual PJns ....... ssi Handicap ......... 47 863 791 2617 47 47 141 (Total Pins ....... .'1003 912 838 2758 ECONOMI- 311 m 143 US 214 142 iss 155 133 163 131 123 163 158 154 Aclual ¥k Handicap ,...'. 727 829 700 2255 .... C3 63 63 180 Total Pins 790 B92 763 2445 . IOWANA Flayers-- 1st 2nd 3rd Tota Peterson 112 144 Ie3 443 p uc ^ 156 10-} ISO ^ roh 158 168 110 43S Newman ' jg? i« j£j JS Wilier 14i 137 159 444 Actual Pins 701 695 ~743 2199 Handicap 37 37 3, lu tolal Piru 793 732 780 2310 BEEF KILL, Players-- 1st 2nd 3rd To(a Jackson 173 133 197 507 Hammond 124 163 160 452 ' Vade - 173 181 153 507 lardner JS3 H5 145 474 11 186 163 143 497 Actual Pins Handicap .. . 833 . 75 801 798 2437 76 76 258 totil Pins .......... 914 877 874 2665 Players Schmidt ° c MEIOSJVEET i st 2nd 3rd Tola 158 165 191 515 163 193 17T 539 ....... 143 160 163 468 135 135 135 405 J55 202 157 514 Actual PLns ....... 765 ~836 ~820 244t Handicap ......... 29 29 29 8J Total Pltu 7 9 4 B B 7 ~ 8 4 9 2528 XOBN KIST 1st 2nd 3rd Tola: . T« 11- :.:: m 191 sis »2 140 132 414 H7 ]52 J37 438 oe ................. 135 133 133 403 oe .............. ... 135 135 135 405 Players-- JJOS . . . . » » loan Actual Pins Handicap .. . 722 763 67-1 2159 . 63 63 51 177 Total Pins .......... 785 82S 725 2336 Player .Abel Sanbom FILET-O-I.OI.V 1st 2nd 3rd Total 172 157 134 123 124 1S3 j nviiKfsoa 230 143 j^g Swanscn ............ 20' IRQ IRQ Balduf J93 \f e Jg 463 410 402 542 sia Aclual fins Handicap .. , 825 760 761 234S . 37 37 37 111 Total Sins 852 797 793 2157 TOtFST CLUB rJ2SZ' TS ~~ lst ^ 3ra Totil Goodnoiv us J69 J82 477 ?*? cra _. »3 212 170 S17 John Doe 333 135 I35 ^5 J^S" e 137 322 147 506 G TM 135 132 153 420 Actual Pinj 66S 870 787 2325 Handicap 53 63 6a j^ Total Pins 736 ~138 ~855 2523 MOVE TO OSAGE OSAGE--Mr. and Mrs. Sig Elefson and two daughters have moved here from Waukon. Mr. Elefson Is district manager tor the Moorman Mineral company. They arc living in an apartment in the Brager building. NOT A PECK! Our Ad of Yesterday Should Hove Read 10-LB. MESH BAG Miller's Banquet EARLY CHIOS 25c PIGGLY WIGGLY Mrs. Abigail Phelps, EMMETSBURG--Funeral services will be held Saturday afternoon at the Free Methodist church here for Mrs. Abigail Phelps, 77 year old Emmetsburg resident who died in her home here Wednesday. District Elder W. D. Mack of Plymouth will officiate, assisted by the Rev. Nellie R. Erickson, pastor of the local church. The Foy funeral home will be in. charge and burial will be in Evergreen cemetery. Pallbearers will be John Dreis Earl Dreis, Lee McQuam, Marinus Anderson. Clarence Anderson and Leland McQuam. Mrs. Phelps came to Emmetsburg in 1893, and had made her home here since that time. She is survived by her husband and one son, Clifford Phelps, of California. Four nieces, all of Fayette county, also survive and two of them will attend the funeral services here Saturday. Annual Meeting of Joice Association to Be Held March 16 JOICE--The sixteenth annual business meeting of the Joice Shipping association will be held at the school gymnasium March 16 beginning at 1:30. There will be a program with music by the nigh school band directed by J Wendell Schar and refreshments' will be served. Excavation Begun on Basement of Church CLARKSVILLE -- Work has been started on the excavation for a full basement to the Reformed Evangelical church The work is being done by the men of the church who have leased a conveyer to remove the dirt. A kitchen and dining room will be fully equipped when the work is completed. FARMERS GO-OP HOLDS MEETING 250 Attend Garner Program; Waterloo Man Gives Lecture GARNER--More than 250 per sons attended a public meetin held here Wednesday night in th high school auditorium under aus pices of the Farmers Co-operativ society, of which Fred Steiff i manager. H. E. Morgan ot Waterloo pre sented a lecture on "Feeds" and il lustrated his talk with motion pic tures. He was introduced by P. S Tompkins of Garner. Other program features ineludec selections by the Garner high school band under direction of Don O. Anderson and songs by smal vocal groups under direction o MJSS Evelyn Wadsworth. MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE Helen Lyons Winner of Traffic Safety Essay Competition CRESCO--The Traffic safety essay contest of Howard county sponsored by the Cresco Kiwani club, was won by Miss Helen Lyons, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Ii. L. Lyons of Cresco, and prize awarded during the present week Miss Mila Kobliska of Elma was awarded second prize, and Miss Phyllis Holm of Chester, third Judges were Mrs. C. W. Reed, L L. Lowry and Paul Nagel. Special Meeting of Woden Aid Is Held WODEN--A special meeting of the Presbyterian aid was held a the home of the Rev. and Mrs Henry Kruse Wednesday evening for the re-election of a president Mrs. Ben Atzen who has held tha office for the past year was reelected. HERE and THERE Miscellaneous Items From T25 Globe-Gazette Correspondents in North Iowa and Southern Minnesota Visit at Faulkner FAULKNER--Howard Bryant of Glendale, Cal., and Mrs. Harry Rochotte of Chicago, 111., arrived at the George Wolf home to visit with and assist in the care of Mrs. Howard Bryant, who has been 111 here for several weeks. At Parental Home LEDYARD--Miss Edith Hainey spent the weekend at Waterloo with her parents. Visitor From Cody, Wyo. FREDERICKSBURG -- M i s s Margaret Johnson of Cody, Wyo., is visiting here at the home of her cousin, Mrs. Winifred Smith. Returns From Chicago EOWAN--Darl Farran returned lome from Chicago, III., after a few weeks' visit. Parents of Son LEDYARD--Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dorsey are parents of a 9 pound son born to them Tuesday. Visits With Patient NORA SPRINGS _ Mrs. Mildred Drake is in Rochester, Minn vith her sister, Miss Haze! Coon who underwent a maior operatior at St. Mary's hospital nearly two weeks sgo. Miss Coon Is reported as doing well. Go o Van Nuys, Cat. LONEROCK -- Mr. and Mrs. e ° r 2e Pettit and Mr. and Mrs Hildreth Pettit and son, Ronald, have left for Van Nuys. Cal.. vhere they will visit the Howard vicChesneys. They will be gone hree weeks. . Visits at Rock Rapids LEDYARD--Mrs. Vernard Hil- erty is visiting friends at Hock Kapids. Refnrn From Mexico CORWITH _ .Tohn O. Muffins and H. O. Chambers returned Tuesday from a 5,000 mile motor rip that took them as far south s Mexico City, Mexico. A. W -Harvey of Exira accomnaniea* hem. They visited Mr. Mullins ; brother, Charles, and family at San Antonio, Texas, and in the Rio Grande valley visited Mr Chambers' brother and sister-in- aw, Mr. and Mrs. IV. P. Cham- rs^ former Corwith residents. Home From Denver, Colo ROWAN-Mrs. R. H. Keith're- urned home from Denver, Colo Her a short visit with her daugh- er, Mrs. Margaret Keith Hob- tS, Visitor at Kanawha KAKAWHA--Aldo Berhow of -edar Rapids is visiting at the ome of his grandmother, Mrs 'iaolph Espe. Return to Minnesota GRAFTON -- John Kruse and on, George, of Hutchinson, Minn eturned Tuesday to their home uer spending several days visi- ng at the home of Mrs. "Franzen nd relatives. ,, Is From Pennsylvania HANSELL--Alec Hammond of ennsvlvania visited his aunt Irs. Fred Van Koten, lor a while unday afternoon. Parents of Girl POPEJOY-Mr. and Mrs . Ray . lond Miller are parents of a girl orn at the Hampton hospital uesday. ,,,, Attend Convention BELMOND--Glenn Russell and layton Walrod returned Tuesday venmg from Minneapolis, Minn here they attended a two day onvention of the Iron Man Fur- ace company, held in Minne- polis Monday and Tuesday of his week. Parents of Daughter SWALEDALE _ Mr. and Mrs. 'illiam Wrechitt, south of Venira, are parents of a girl, Nancy nn, weighing 8 pounds. "t - i Resumes Duties KANAWHA--Oscar E. Johnson returned Monday to resume his duties as representative at the state legislature following a week recess. At Cage Tourney THOMPSON -- Mr. and Mrs Wiilard Erickson and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Osmundson attended the state girls' basketball touma ment at Des Moines Thursday. Visit at Fort Dodge WHITTEMOHE -- Miss Emm! Koeber, George Meyer, Wilbur Hoeber and Dr. J. \V. McCreery of Whittemore were Fort Dodgi visitors Wednesday. Return From "West NORA SPRINGS -- Mrs. Sena Rowley and her grandson, Verle Lantz, returned from Los Angeles Cal., where they had spent the winter visiting relatives. Returns to Ledyard LEDYARD--Miss Mary Ellen McDonald, who has been taking nurse's training at Carrol], returned home for a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jack McDonald. At Last Rites LIME SPRINGS--Robert Jones pf Granada, Minn., came to attend the funeral of his Uncle, John rfughes, and is a guest at 1 R. J. Hughes home. Return From Missouri LUVEKNE--Mr. and Mrs. Joe Worby north of town farmers, recently returned from Amsterdam, Mo., where they visited at the home of her sister and broth- er-m-law, Mr. and Mrs. Jake Huber, formerly of Luverne. f) Y T H E A T E R V A Nora Springs Fri., Sat., March 10, 11 "There's That Woman Again" Sun.-Mon.-Tnes., Mar. 12 : 13-14 Lionel Barrymorc in "YOU CAN'T TAKE IT WITH YOU" Do not fail to see it. Awarded the Best Picture of the Year MATINEE SUNDAY 2:30 Mixed DANCE AVALON BALLROOM MANLY, IOWA SATURDAY, MARCH 11 Musio by JACK JOKER AND HIS ORCHESTRA Admission Z5c Pius Tax COMING Tuesday, March 14 BENNETT-GRETEN Meetbg of Ladies Aid Is Conducted Mclntire 'Church n Methodist church held theiir socU aid in the dining room of th church Thursday afternoon, j lunch was served. Mrs. Eastland was captain of thi division. This same division of th aid will serve a dinner at noon in the dining room of the church GARNER C,D, A. MEETS SUNDAY "Life of Christ" to Be Reviewed by Two at Meeting Jri Hall GARNER--Last of a series of five open meetings arranged by the Garner court of the Catholic Daughters of America will be belt at 7:30 p. m. Sunday in the St Boniface church hall. i The .Rev. M. J. Manternach pastor of the church and chaplair of the court, will speak briefly Final four chapters of Isidore O'Brien's "Life of Christ" will be reviewed by Mrs. W. G. Williams, grand regent of the sponsoring organization, and Mrs. W F. Millard. At the four preceding meetings an average attendance of 65 has been reported. Earlier chapters of "Life of Christ" have beert reviewed by Father Manternach Mrs. W. S. Pritchard, Jr., Mrs C E. Barnes, Miss Gertrude Tobin, Miss Helen Becker, Mrs. Raymond Hejlik and Mrs. Richard Clark. Shower Given for Alyce Thompson KANAWHA--A miscellaneous shower was given for Miss Alyce Thompson Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Dan. Abbas Miss Thompson will bepome the bride of George Abbas of Kanawha in the near future. Miss Thompson has been employed in Chicago in the Deaconess hospita' as a registered nurse. Mrs. Walter Corde~s Elected at Mitchell M I T C H E L L --The While" club held ifs ieKU ia, monthly meeting at the, home or Mrs. William Belz at St. Ansgar Wednesday afternoon. At the bus- mess meeting, Mrs. Walter Cordes was elected president to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of-Mrs Edwin Cordes, who has moved to Arlington. "Worth regular LIDO T H E A T E R M A N L Y Sun., Mon., March 12, 13 MICKEY ROONEY and The Judge Hardy Family "Out West With the Hardys" Also: Movietone News Disney Cartoon: "Merfea'bles'' Sunday Matinee 2:30 Evening Shows 7:15 - 9:15 , Admission 10c - 26o ENDS FRIDAY "Thanks for Everything" I. SATURDAY Lucille Ball --in-- * ("Next Time] I Marry" I TM~ Two ' Features Tex Ritter --in-"Starlight Over Texas" "Dick Tracy Returns' Bargain Maiinee 2 p. m. IBe SUNDAY - MONDAY 2 ACE HITS! WAITM WANGE* pr«tnfi REDRIC JOAN MARCH · BENNETT RALPH BELLAMY.ANN SOTHERN rawi IUMO · n«« KTHHI-WOT atmr Plus 2nd Hif-- "Campus Confessions" --with-BETTY GRABLE KIDS lOc - ADULTS 26o Continuous Sunday 1 to 11 URF C L E A R L A K TONIGHT ^ FRIDAY . Mixed Dance DON ROTH | Indies 2Sc--Gents 41c Tax Inclnded 1? ATTERS vo PLUS ADDED ACTRACTIQ?f-26c - 74 E TAX INCLUDED Late Bus After Danco Every Fri, Sat,, Sun. Round Trip Only 25c SUN.--BENNETT-GRETEN LEARN TO DANCE! . ' It's one of the finest forms of relaxation and recreation--easy to Jearn in our dance class S:4a to 9:30 then regular dancing) 59 lady and gentlemen instructors to help you--to dance with you. * · » « · » LADIES 26e -- GENTS 60c -- TAX INCLUDED O.Q.K. MOVIC EDITOR Rudyard Kipling's Famed "Gunga Din" Comes to Life on Celluloid member of the cast. Picturesque India, of course, forms the background for this epochal screen event. The film was filmed in the high Sierras of " TM" --..·- **· **» "*^ t-iin W J i V L i d b Ui. CaUfornia, a r e g i o n bearing resemblance to the mountainous northwest India country. Eduardo Cian- nelh", Montagu Love and Robert Coote have lesser roles in "Gunga Din." E d w a r d G, crini Hobinson is at the Palace beginning Saturday, in "I Am the Law," which I have been informed by Mrs. Robinson is Eddie's best in a long line of pictures. A La D e v / e y . . . With- him in this story of a crusading racket prosecutor are Barbara O'Neil, John Seal, Wendy Barrie and Otto Kruger. "Little Caesar" is on the side of the law in t h i s film, apparently inspired by the w o r k of Tom Dewey. Tirst t h e r e was the famed ' ' T h i n M a n " s e r i e s ; then a l o n g C a m e J°«n Fontaine Bulldog Drummond; family film ROLLER SKATE .at the IDELO in CLEAR LAKE Sunday night Is Treat Night. Lady free when accompanied by a gentleman. Write or see C. W. Brocffle for open dates for private skating parties. series came in the form of the Hardys and the Joneses; then the Dr. Kildare series was launched, and now it seems that the latest to join the list of cinema series is ' res s Columbia's man-and-wife detective combina- t i o n . Personified by Melvyn Douglas a n d Virginia Bruce, the duo made its d e b u t in "There's Always a Woman," as co-feature at the Palace, it appears in the sequel, Visits at Omaha, Nebr. CLARION--Dr. H. P. Walker 5s spending several days in Omaha, Nebr. ' Dubuque's Margaret Lindsay is the chief personality in the supporting cast of this romantic mystery-comedy. Tom D u g a n A VERY GARNER «k SUN., MON,, MARCH 12 - 13 The Best Family Picture Ever Filmed Bob Burns - Irvln S. Cobb Jean Parker "The Arkansas Traveler" Tues., March 14--One Day Only Warner Baxter Marjorie Weaver in "I'll Give a Million" LOOK! LOOK! Very Special Attracting Bach Night Featuring ELON HACK AND HIS MARIMBA RAINBOW GARDENS South Shore Clear Lake MOVIE MENU CECIL--"Thfi Great Man Votes" Friday. "Gunga Din" begins Saturday. P At ACE--"The Great Man Votes" Friday. "There's That Woman Asain" and "I Am the Law" begin Saturday. STRAJfD--"Convict's Code"' and "West of Santa Fe" throueh Saturday. STATE--"Mr. Doodle Kicks Off" and "Pioneer Trail" through Saturday. LAKE--(Clear Lake) _ "Thanks for Everything" ends Friday. "Starlight Over Texas" and "Next Time I Marry" Saturday Stanley Ridges, Gordon Oliver and Jonathan Hale also appear in the cast. Saturday program at the Lake theater at Clear Lake consists of 'Starlight Over Texas," starrine Tex Hitter, and "Next Time I Marry." CONDUCT RITES OFMRS.NAPPER Joice Woman, 90, Is Buried in Concordia Following Services JOICE--Funeral services were held at the Bethany church Thursday afternoon for Mrs, Segra Napper, 00, who died Monday at her home.. The Hev. L. F. Scheie officiated in both the Iforwegian and the English languages. Mrs. Harry Johnson and Mrs. Oscar Aamodt sang a vocal duet. Approximately 200 friends and relatives were in attendance. Burial was at the Concordia cemetery. Maybe they can establish harmony in the democratic party, but alas! when they .get harmony, they, haven't got any democracy.--Dar« enport Times. Week Day Mat. 860 N E W 4 BIG DAYS -- STARTS SAT. 2 BIG SHOWS LATE SHOW SATURDAY NIGHT Just Like They Danced In the Gay Nineties . . . at the MOOSE OLD-TIME DANCE Saturday, March 11 Grand right and left Swing your partner Huck Shaffer Orchestra FOR FKI. KITE BITS FHL--TODAY--SAT. X.ST CHAP-TUB BECHZTS OF TREASURE ISLAKP JACK IUOEN Starts Fay Batnter - Jackie Cooper "WHITE BANNERS" Sunday GEORGE O'BRIEN in "BORDEE G. MAN" SHOWING FRIDAY ONLY AT BOTH CECIL and PALACE A TRULY SWEtL SHOW JOHN BARRYMORE THE GREAT °MAN VOTES' STRAIN NOW -- THROUGH SATURDAY AT YOUR FAMILY. IHEATEB PRICES--lOo 16o 21c WEST OF THE SANTA Plm Tut. No. 2-Robert Kent fn "CONVICT'S CODE" Also Chapter 3 "LONE RANGER RIDES AGAIN" And MICKEY MOUSE CARTOOX COMING SUNDAY '3 MESQUITEERS in I HEDY LAMARR "SANTA FE STAMPEDE" SUN. StAT. »5o UNTIL 3 P. M. Starts SAT. RKO presents the dramatic icreen| version of Kipling's immortal ballad! --PLUS-MICKEY MOUSE CARTOON "A GOOD SCOUT" ALSO LATEST NEWS

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