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Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, April 12, 1934
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SIXTEEN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE Corwith Woman's Club Completes Plans for Art Exhibit April 24 CORWITH. April 12.--The Corwith Woman's club met Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. G. H. Oxley. The program consisted of a talk on "The Effect of Movies on the Youth" 03' Mrs. R. B. Bonn- THE CARDINALS AT THE ARMORY A Modenvpance Band in an All Modern Program Ton ; Will Like Them SAT., APRIL 14 Always 25c stetter and a review of the curren movies by Mrs. William Wood. Plan were completed for an art exhlb to be held in the Methodist churc parlors April 24 which will includ American pottery and porcelain soap sculpture, a display of antiaui and quilts and the outstanding wor of the year from all of the grade of the Corwith school. The exhib will be open to the public. Mrs. 1 E. Walley is chairman of the com mittee in charge of arrangement Join Dolliver CCC Camp. HUMBOLDT, April 12. (.W-Nine Humboldt county youths hav joined the CCC camp at Dollive park. They come from RenwicP Livermore, Thor, Hardy, Ottose and Gilmore City. DANCE AVALON BALL ROOM Sunset Inn, Manly Saturday, April 14 SPIDER KURTH And His Orchestra Tuesday, April 17 RAY KEYES And His Royal Ambassador Orchestra Ladies 25c Gents 40c for tempting menu suggestions consult this list of delicious products by Decker's Decker's Vacuum Cooked Ham Mild, mellow and tender and, oh, so easy to prepare. A few containers in your refrigerator are- your assurance of a quick meal at any time. Decker's Smoked Country Style Pure Pork Sausage Carefully made from selected trimmings and pure spices--ideal to serve with baked macaroni or scalloped potatoes. Decker's Filet-O-Loln Bacon The aristocrat of Canadian Bacon, Try a piece baked for dinner Sunday. Decker's Braunschwelger Sausage Adds new flavor to the Dutch Lunch or in : between snack. Healthful too, its liver content is rich in vitamins. Decker's Chill Con Carne Either concentrated in Visking tubes or vacuum cooked in containers with beans. Carefully made from choice ingredients, full of dash, snap and goodness. Keep a few containers on ' your reserve shelf. Decker's lowana Bam Mildly c u r e d and thoroughly smoked over the glowing embers of genuine hickory wood--serve it baked, broiled, boiled or fried. Decker's lowana Bacon The all-purpose food for breakfast, sandwiches, salads, seasoning, etc. Delightfully sweet and mild. Decker's lowana Lard 100% Pure Leaf Lard Open Kettle Rendered. The best shortening for pastries or deep fat frying. LAST BUT NOT LEAST Decker's Vacuum Cooked Frankfurters Stuffed in Visking Jackets, vacuum cooked to preserve ill their wholesome goodness and flavor for you. Keep a few cans of Decker's Vacuum Cooked Hams, Chili Con Carne and Frankfurters on hand for guests, expected or unexpected, or other food emergencies. STAN LAUREL TO MARRY AGAIN Stan Laurel, movie comedian, and Mrs. Ruth Rogers, Log Angeles widow, announced they had been married at Agna Calientc, Mexico, but would not live together until Laurel's divorce from his first wife becomes final next October. Then they plan a second wedding In California. They are shown on their return to Hollywood. (Associated Press Photo). GRADING SOUGHT AT MARBLE ROCK Four Go to Des Moines to Present Request for Work on No. 54. MARBLE ROCK, April 12.-Mayor John Jesmore, Matt Staudt State Representative Roy . Sours and County Supervisor Ray Dunkleberg went to Ames and Des Moines Wednesday to request that state highway 54 be graded and surfaced with crushed rock straight west ol :own to meet the paving south of Rockwell. This highway is already jraded and graveled from Nashua, irough Marble Rock, and eight miles west. They will also request .he fish poad on Ackley creek, for which a petition is being signed by ocal people. At Mason City THEATERS a. 3. f. MAKING HIS LIVING BY USING. A rather' queer vocation, possibly, ut Leonard Mudie, who plays the ·ole of Mr. X in the picture "The Mystery of Mr. X" showing through tiday at the Cecil, makes his liv- ng by dying. His end is accomplish- d by strangulation in the current Jecil film. So, when you movie au- iences think you are receiving arsh treatment at the hands of the reducers of the pictures which you ay to see, just remember Mr. Mudie. He has been shot, stabbed, poi- oned, mangled and strangled numerous times, all for art's *0te. Waft Disney's Silly Symphony escribing the antics of the Easter iunnies in technicolor is also on this irogram. * * * Spencer Tracy's blundering and battering get him into trouble and ut of jobs in "The Show-off," but be law of averages finally pulls him through to give, the picture a happy nding. He has made so many deals and prophecies by the time the pic- ure nears its close that some of hem are bound to be true. The acting is good. Victor McLaglen and Edmund xwe vary little from their usual earn performance in "No More Women." These films play through Fri- ay at the Palace. * # · ? EORGE O'BRIEN iS WYATT EARP. "Frontier Marshal," billed for Fri- ay and Saturday at the Strand theater, is based upon incidents in the life of Wyatt Earp, famous eace officer of the old days in the est. Tombstone, Ariz., is the set- ng for this film and George 'Brien has the lead. * * * Different from the usual picture "deluge," playing Friday and Sat- rday at the Iowa, Its outstanding satures are the destruction of New ork City by floods and the rest ' the world by inference, and one ' the most genuine and breath- aking thri's ever presented in mov- ] g pictures. * * * · Of "As the Earth Turns," billed : the Cecil for four days starting aturday, a member of an eastern review committee writes: "An un- j ilding of the lives of three farm amilies, bound together by propin- uity and mutual interest in the girl en, a fine example of New England omonhood. A charming story, acking any brass bands. Fresh, nat- ral, peaceful entertainment." t * * OMEDT AND lYSTERY AT PALACE. An all-star comedy and the story · an almost perfect crime should atisfy even the most finicky tastes a entertainment. See the double .11 which begins a four day en- agement Saturday at the Palace. * « * John Boles and Margaret Sullivan stum to Mason City in "Only Yes- irday" at the Iowa Sunday and ionday. * * * "Night Flight" with an all-star cast plays Sunday and Monday at the Strand. Cedar Rapids Fire Captain Kraut Dies CEDAR RAPIDS, April 12. W-Fire Captain L. J. Kraut, 61, who suffered a broken leg when returning from his last run after 35 years of service on the fire departmenl here, died of complications resulting from the injury. Depression in a nutshell: "The $500,000 former home of Mrs. 0. H. P. Belmont on Long Island was destroyed by fire at an estimated loss of $75,000."--La Crosse Tribune. CLEAR LAKE, IOWA BOB I SCHNEIDER'S BAND Thursday, April 12th Ladies 36c Gents 41c STREET CAR SERVICE A special car will leave for Mason City after the dance. This service is to be offered for this Thursday and Saturday only, unless business warrants its continuation. CEC HURST Saturday, April 14th WITH PALAIS ROYAL STYLE SHOW AS ADDED ATTRACTION FEATURING DANCE AND BANQUET FROCKS ATTEND 3 COUNTY SESSION Several Grand, Past Grand Officers Go to Dumont Rebekah Meeting. DUMONT, April 12.--More than 200 attended the Rebekah Tri-county convention at Dumont Tuesday with the following convention officers in charge: President, Mrs. Laura Pfaltzgraff of Dumont; vice president, Mrs. Julia Rlker of Cedar Falls; secretary, Mrs. Maude E. Slaid of Dumont, and treasurer, Mrs. Charlotte Durfey of Waterloo. Delegates from Butler, Bremer and Black Hawk counties were present. Mrs. Caroline Roder of Dumont gave the · address of welcome to which Mrs. Mary Lusto of Cedar Falls responded. Several grand and past grand officers were present. Mrs. Rosa M. U. Hentnger of Sigourney, president of the Rebekah assembly, was present. There were also several past presidents attending: Miss Mae E. Welch of Des Moines, Miss Dora- IOWA LAST TIMES THCRS. Mat. 16c; Eve. 21c; Children 10c AGAIN The great Muni lashes out . . . with all the fury of a man wronged by woman! PAUL MUNI . . . "THE . . . WORLD CHANGES" with Jean Muir, Mary Astor, Aline MacMahon, Margaret Lindsay, Guy Klbbee, Donald Cook And 20 Other Stars. G R I F F I N S S P E C T A C L E OFTHEA6ESI I»OT S H A N N O N I O I 1 W l 11 O N IIDHIT ILACKMIt Friday, Saturday thea Diercks of Mason City and Mrs. Nellie Hazlett of Mason City, past grand master, gave a talk on Odd Fellowship. Other grand officers were: Mrs. Lena P. Millln of Dubuque, past grand treasurer, Mrs. Hazle Schaller of Des Moines, grand conductor, also Mrs. Leslie Lampe of Sheffield, chairman of constitution and bylaws committee, Mrs. Gussie Merriam of Des Moines, member of the board of instruction and A. D. Crawford of Cedar Falls, chief of staff of patriarchs militants. There were three contestants in the unwritten work, Ada E. Kellogg of Clarksville, Louise Solsberg of Waterloo and Helen Roll of Dumont. Ada E. Kellogg winning first place, Helen Roll, second and Louise Salsberg, third. The convention win be held at Waverty next year. The following officers were elected: Lillian Havenstrit, Waverly; Rachel MacMurray, Janesville; Hattie M. Page, Waverly; Martha Pennington, Sumner. Fort Dodge Studies Plans for Distillery OMAHA, April 12. UP)--Tentative plans were under consideration here today for the erection of a co-opera- MAJOR FEATUR LET'S SHOW AMERICA THAT MASON CITY IS EQUAL TO THE TEST! Chosen as one of a few Amer| ican cities for the supreme test as to whether representative audiences prefer "bunkless" pictures, Mason City will cast its most critical eye on The Superb Plcturlzatlon of GLADYS HASTY CARROLL'S FAMOUS NOVEL "As The Earth Turns" As Tender as Spring's Awakening, with JEAN MUIR DONALD WOODS STAKTING SATURDAY CECIL DINE AND DANCE AT THE DENISON CLUB on the North Road to Clear Lake Music by the CHESTERFIELD BOYS Free Dancing All Evening Tonight--Thursday NO ADMISSION--NO COVER CHARGE TAP AND BOTTLED BEER OPEN FROM 1 TO 1 M. C, A. PRESENTS CHARLIE AGNEW AND HIS ORCHESTRA, FEATURING EMRIE ANNE LINCOLN AND DUSTY ROADS DIRECT FROM STEVENS HOTEL, CHICAGO BREEZY POINT CHARLES CITY, IOWA TUESDAY, APRIL 17 Greatest Show Value In Town! No More Women with Sally Blane Minna Gombel --and-Spencer TRACY in "The SHOW-OFF" --with-MADGE EVANS I NOW AT THE I iPALACE Cominjf Saturday: "Six of a Kind" and "Crosby Case" live alcohol distillery at Fort Dodge. A group of Fort Dodge men visited the officers of the Omaha bank for co-operatives yesterday and proposed a plan to manufacture industrial alcohol by distilling corn, it was reported. According to a dispatch, the wedding -of the young King of Iraq passed off "without a hitch." There must be a catch in it somewhere.-Roanoke Tunes. Cemetery Group Elects Officers at Rock Falls ROCK FALLS. April 12.--The Cemetery association elected president, Mrs. George Duff; secretary, Mrs. Mabel Bhem; treasurer, Mrs. Olga Fontaine and trustees, Miss Anna Hansen, Mrs. Rose Maher and Mrs. E. W. Woodall. London has a marionet theater. new permanent KIDS Friday and Saturday Back in the days of the wicked '90's --when men were men 'and EXtRA SHOWING OF TWO COMEDIES. "OXJB GANG" In "WILD POSES" the women liked it! GEORGE O'BRIEN "FRONTIER MARSHAL AND EDGAR KENNEDY In 'XOVE ON A LADDER" STARTS SUN. "NIGHT FLIGHT « GREATEST SO BEEN STARS J J John Bmtryraons Clark Gable Helen Hayes Myrnn, Ioy lUibt. Montgomery IJoncl Barrymor* CECI HJ TODAY! Ends Friday HE WAS DANGEROUS--BUT SO CHARMING! INK! IB .oFmR.xn LAN - LEWIS STONE ' Jf^ \ jfl with ELIZABETH ALLAN He broke the law . - · anil the hearts of women! But he solved the mystery that kept a whole city In terror! .Added. Silly Symphony, "Funny Bunny'' Technicolor Musical "Jailbirds of Paradise" IF you have felt the ecstasy of moon light, If you have known the miracle of springtime, a waterfall...youth afire, If you believe in the beauty and strength of a woman's devotion .'.. YOU'LL .-THRILL TO T H E S Y M P H O N Y O F HUMAN HEARTS BEATING T O T H E R H Y T H M O F ADDED! Walt Disney's Latest Silly Symphony "The Grasshopper and the Ants" "LET'S PLAY POSTOFFICE" An All-Star Cost Musical Revue From The Story by G L A D Y S H A S T Y C A R R O L L J E A N M U I R a s " J E N " D O N A L D WOODS as "STAN" DOT APPLEBY DOROTHY PETERSON A Warner Bros. Picture. , Starts Saturday i t % or f 4f I UJ »3ft:f

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