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March 13, 1931

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 10

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10 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE MARCH 13 1931 Radio License Held by Wqmagi at Boone fiOONE, March 13. (UP)--I^ Crawford, cnief operator*of limited radio station'KFGQ here, is one of the few women in the United States .who possess radio operators' licenses. Women have deserved the field except for a few amateurs, tnjl Miss Crawford not only has passed with flying colors her examinations ID limited radio operating but is at present ·studying continental code preparatory to taking examinations for an unlimited license. MERLE SIMS ORCHESTRA OF ALBERT LEA ' Will Play for the AMERICAN LEGION OLDTIME DANCE Saturday Night, March 14 AT THIS ARMORY Admission i Always 25o New ventilating: system now In · " · , · . . operation. '·..· · 300 Salesmen Gather at Iowa Falls for Dinner IOWA -FALLS, March 13.-- entertainment'planned for the traveling men arid "their wives by,' th» Community club was a success and about 300 participated in the dinnei which was followed by card a ant dancing-. The after dinner "speaker was P. H. Hplbrook of Amas. About 100 traveling salesmen make Iowa Falls their home. Samuelson Recommends Policies for School DES MOINES, 'March 13. UPI -Miss ignes Saniuelson, state superintendent of public instruction, has compiled a list of suggestions for improving the efficiency of -school management and finance, Copies have been sent to all superintendents in Iowa. Miss Samuelson rer^ othmends adoption of a department budget with centralized expenditures. She suggests readjustment by eliminating small high school classes and limiting the program to the district's financial ability. ',-: shouldn't people believe in artificial sunshine? They don't question artificial moonshine,-- K singer's Review. : · · - · . [ Can Your Glands Be Stimulated ? [ 7tRN-Otrr, penJess, easlly;tlred men ana women have found ^ cl ?»yJSSCi, nE ^ strength, new youth In MOBEX--the Bttmulatlng, fiivle- oratlng, new-day tonic. 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When Bobby was told, upon his arrival in Hollywood, that to be "sho£" making a series of golf pictures he would have/to nse makeup, he balked. After much explanation Bobby filially consented. The'result ia studied in the first film finished. ' . . 87 Work for Rouk-Island. IOWA FALLS, March 13.--An of 'iclal report just issued by the Rock Rook Island shows that it has 87 smployes in Iowa Falls and that 358 are dependent · on wages., paid employes by 'the railroad company. i ^ ') Positively the 'Hit of the Year Shows at 1-3-5-7-9 STURDAY SHE DEFIED THE WORLD A SUPERBLY TENDERS DRAMA ; . . LAVISHLY BEAUTIFUL SETS . . . A PERFECT C A S T O F POLISHED . . .'". ACTORS EXTRA MIDNIGHT SHOW SATURDAY 11:15 P. M. "East Lynne?' : v ; Weeping] ^Jflandkeirchiefs Will be given 'away; as long as they last, to ladies attending the Satur- day'Matinee. HE CAPTIVATING STAR OF "HOLIDAY" and "THE GIRL of the GOLDEN WEST" ANN HARDING in HER GREATEST PICTURE THE PULSE QUICKENING DRAMA OF-A WOMAN WHO LOVED LIFE rA^2^FJS,5 E 5 HUSBAND · · '· LOVED HKf.BEST" FRIEND . . . LOVED HER BABY . . . BUT LIFE CHEATED HER OF,ALL OF THEM T LAST TIME FRIDAY The Birth of A Nation NOW IN SOUND REQUEST PICTURE Come at 8:30 Friday night and sec two shows for one price--Regular Feature and ANN frt HARDING Holiday At Mason City's THEATERS "Nobody owns me. I own myself. I'm myself, 'all alone, living my own life!" T h a t , is the philosophy of "Millie" born',of her contact with men. "Millie" · is the : fiery-haired heroine of the Donald Henderson Clarke,novel which has been produced for Radio Pictures by Charles R. Rogers, and opens Saturday at the Cecil theater. "Millie's" story is. that of a young girl .whose heart takes her from a village schoolroom to be the wife of a philandering New- Yorker. Her faith in love is rudely shaken by the affairs of her husband, but her faith in men is still intact until sue has given her ieart to a young reporter who also tires of her caresses knd shows a preference- toward blonds. With the close of these two unfortunate flurries in romance she becomes an advocate of independence. She : closes her heart'to men; and her. romaiijtic affairs are .carried oh in a superficial way." She attempts to treat men as they have treated her anii succeeds until she finds that man is striking-at her from another source. At this point the gaiety of the story gives way to seething drama bringing on a tremendous climax. Helen Twelvetrees,- who haa recently beea hailed 'in' emotional roles such as "Her Man,"-is cast as a flame- haired girl, -'.. ' . ' . - ' . ' - '··--0-- ·'..- .· · 'All .the world's great arts have been mobilized for service in Franlt Lloyd's Fox Movietone production, '.·East Lynne," featuring an all star cast, headed by Ann.Harding, CllVR Brooks, Conrad Nagel, Cecelia Lof- 'tus,. Beryl Mercer, O. P.. Heg'gie and David Torrence. This romantic screen drama suggested by Mrs. Henry Wood's internationally celebrated novel, will have its local premiere starting Saturday at'the Palace theater. History shares honors with the heart interest in "East Lynne." One of the outstandm. scenes in this emotional romance is a living-reproduction of the histor« Ically famous scene of Emperor William of .Germany at Versailles with his entire staff at the close of the Franco-Prussian war. Bismarck la seen reading the famous proclamation stating that the emperor takes possession of Paris. Earlier in the production a brief sequence showing the bombard ,ment of Paris by the Prussian force; is enacted. It is during this sweeping scene v th£.t Isabel, played -by Ann Harding, is snowed under an avalanche of debris from bombardec and falling buildings. "The Conquering Horde" will-play at-the Strand four; day a commencing Saturday. Richard Arlen and Fay Wray head the cast. --O-- · '-:·.'· . - ' The thrilling.picture;of Havana. "Her Man" is showing'at the Iowa theater Friday arid Saturday. This colorful story of the streets of scarlet in Urn Cuban capital, has create; a veritable sensation. Not only the. story gripping, the.directiou by Tay Garnett superb', but the artistic playing of Helen Twelvetrees, Marjorie Rambeau, Phillips Holmes Ricardo Cortez, James Gleason Franklyn Pangborn and others in excellent cast, contribute to make this one of the year's biggest screen sensations. The atory tells of a bac girl who tries to go straight am with the aid of "her man'.', wins the struggle. There is action from start to finish, · . - ' . --6--' "Lonely Wives," riotous farce, Is to be presented for the last time Friday evening at the Cecfl. --o-The Palace Is going to show "Birth of a Nation" for the lasl time Friday night. --o-"Outward Bound" and "Is Every body Happy" are to be seen and heard for the last time Friday evening at the Strand. The Russians deserve some credit. The head of their government is Stalin, not stallln'.--Wisconsin State Journal. Blaze at Swea City ^ Put Out by Firemen SWEA : '' CITY, March, 'iS'.^-Tha fire department was called out last night 'when fire was discovered in the residence of Frank Trevett. When the fire was noticed the Bed was ablaze in which his oldest son was-sleeping. The fire was started from a short circuit in a light burning over the bed of tha child. As tho short circuit burned pieces of the insulation fell .off and fell on. the bed causing the fire to start. The department soon had the fire under control and little damage Was done. .Governor Keeps Promise. · MONTGOMERY, Alai, March 13. (UP)--Pledged to an .administration of economy Governor Benjamin JMeek.Miller.of Alabama fired 20 clerks drawing $2,800 monthly three, days after his inauguration. "The Strand Has the Shows" FOUR DAYS " Starts Saturday A Blazing Frontier At War! The "Horde" That ,,,«, »w' Made .America WCHARDARLEN a Nation FAYWRAY ---~ a JNatlon PHONE 769 FOB TIME OF SHOWS Also Sat. -- Chapter 7 "The Indians are Coming" And Now Friday and Saturday r^P^***** *r ' ·--»---- HER With* PUIUIKHOLMQ JAMES Gl£ASOfi MORE BIG ENTERTAINMENT "Good News" Bessie Love, Mary Lawlor Stanley Smith, Cliff Edwards STARTS SUNDAY BIGGER THAN THE BIGGEST LOVE PICTURE EVER MADE. LIFE IN THE RAW- VIVID COLORFUL ELEMENTAL. 4 DAYS STARTING Saturday BIG MIDNIGHT SHOW SATURDAY 11J15 SUNDAY 'TIL 2 P. M. 35c Man Pays a Price ... PAY S -"-° w *$ -,-'j?^l £%t %«- "One rule for both sides!" was the battle cry of this human tempest as she leaped the hurdles of convention, determined to make all men pay for one man's 'betrayal. · She hurled a woman's laughing scorn into the face of men. "Get all you can ... and treat 'em like tramps;.. They're all alike!" But Millie learned that love can crush the heart that leers at love. ' See this soul-stirring portrayal of loose-footed beauty ... and know what Millie knows. With the Glamorous Helen TWELVETREES Olyan Tashman, Robert Ames, John Halliday, Joan Blondell, James Hall, AnitaLouise. Directed by John Francis Dillon. From the Novel by Donald Henderson Clark. A CHARLES R. ROGERS Production R - K OR A D I O PICTURE · V Last Times Friday .... "LONELY WIVES" i ·

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