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Fontaine in the leading feminine part. a as the native-Gunga Din is Sam Jaffe. Eduardo Cinannelli, Montagu Love, Robert Coote and Abner Biberman are also in prominent roles. The film is based on the immortal poem about the dark man who was " better man than I am," warn the three masculine stars of MOVIE MENU CECIL -- "Gunga Din" through Monday. PALACE-- "I Am the Law" and "There's T h a t W o m a n Again" through Tuesday. S T R A N D -- "Convict's Code" and "West of Santa Fe" end S a t u r d a y . "Algiers" and "Santa Fe Stampede" begin Sunday. STATE-- "Mr. Doodle Kicks Off" and "Pioneer Trail" end Saturday. "White Banners" and "Border G-Man" begin Sunday. LAKE -- (Clear Lake)-- V Starlight Over Texas" and "Next Time I Marry" end Saturday. "Trade Winds" and "Campus Confessions" begin Sunday. the cinema seen as devil-may-care sergeants, while Jaffe as Din is the old native water-carrier. Original story was by Ben Hect and Charles MacArthur. Bargain Bill . . . From northwest India we go to New York (via the Palace) where Edward G. Robinson does some crusading as a Tom D e w e y- like prosecutor in "I Am the Law." Fearless E d d i e is assisted in this melodrama by Barbara O'Neil, J o h n S e a l , "Wendy Barrie, A r t h u r , Loft, - E4BÂ»rdo CiatmelU Marc Lawrence and Otto Kiuger; Co-fea"ture .is ,the .hilarious "There's That Woman Again," with Melvyn Douglas, Virginia Bruce, Margaret Lindsay, Stanley Hidges and Gordon Oliver. Touching Tale . . . Lloyd C. Douglas' "White .Banners" is at the State Sunday through Tuesday, with Fay Bain- tcr, Kay Johnson, Claude Rains, Jackie Cooper and B o n i t a Granville featured. It's a human document, well worth seeing. On t h e same program is G e o r g e O ' B r i e n i n " B o r d e r G- Man," an outdoor crime cinema. Glamorous newlywed Hedy Lamarr is co-starred with Charles Boyer in "Algiers," at the Strand Sunday through Tuesday. "Santa Fe Stampede," the second feature has John Wayne, Ray Corrigan and Max Texhune as the three Mes- quiteers, heading the cast. Veteran William Farnum is also in the picture. Basketball fans will delight in Campus Confession," w h i c h f e a t u r e s all- American. Hank Luisetti, at the Lake theater at Clear Lake on S u n d a y and Monday. Ne\v- lywed Eleanore Whitney, Betty G r a b l e a n d William, Henry are in the film. Second feature is the romance, "Trade Winds," W i t h Wendj- lUrrie Frederic March, Joan Bennett, Ann Sothern and Ralph Bellamy in one of the season's cinemagnificents. Funeral Services for Jackson to Be Held at Lake Mills LAKE MILLS--Funeral services for John Jackson, 88, who died Thursday, will be held Sunday afternoon at the Salem Lutheran church in charge of the pastor, the Rev. Joseph L. Knutson. The body will lie in state at the Anderson funeral home until the time set for services. Dr. Sam Garvin to Speak at Banquet OSAGE--The annual Father and Son banquet is to be held in the Methodist church, March 22. Dr. Sam Garvin of Dubuque university will be the speaker of the MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE Rudyard Kipling's 'Gunga Din" Paces Movie Parade Menu. . Pacing the Movie Parade is the vivid story of "Gunga Din," told at the Cecil through Monday, revolving about the immortal Rudy a r d Kipling creation in his poem of t h e same name. "Gunga Din" s t a r s Douglas Fairbanks, Jr., Gary Grant and Victor McLag- len, with Joan SATURDAY, MARCH 11, 1939 VICTOR MacLAGLEN, JOAN FONTAINE AND CARr.GRANT outline up' a little while filming "Gunga Din," Rudyard Kipling's famous poem, showing; at the Cecil through Monday. PICTURED ABOVE IS A SCENE FROM THE WESTERN, "Border G-Man," at the State theater Sunday through Tuesday with "White Banners." 'ALOALTOTO HAVE PROGRAMS Immunization Will Begin on March 17. for All Students EMMETSBURG--Florence Wells Â£ Emmetsburg, Palo Alto county uperintendent of schools, Thursday announced two county-wide chool programs to be carried.out n city and rural schools this month. A diphtheria immunization cam- aign'will be launched on Friday, March 17,.when protection will be jffered to all pre-school, grade school and high school students. . The schedule lor immunization s as follows: Emmetsburg, Friday, March 17; Curlew, Monday, March 20; Cylinder, Tuesday, March 21; Ayrshire, Wednesday, March 22; Sraettinger, Thursday, March. 23; iuthven, Friday, March 21. All ':reatments will begin at 9 o'clock a. m. in the respective school buildings. E. L. Ritter of Cedar Falls, representative of the extension division of Iowa State Teachers' college, will conduct a series of remedial reading demonstrations ;n Palo Alto county schools from March 13 to 17. Ritter will demonstrate remedial work with fifth grade pupils, and fourth, fifth and sixth grade teachers will observe the demonstrations. BARBARA O'NEIL AND EDWARD G. ROBINSON ARE AT JACKTE COOPER AND BONITA GRANVILLE, FEATURED IN the Palace in "I Am the laws" with "There's That Woman Again" 'White Banners," at the State Sunday through Tuesday, are seen as the other feature. above. CHARLES BOYEK ANT) HEDY LAMARR (RECENTLY BE- came "iMrs." for the second time) co-star in "Algiers," at the Strand Sunday through Tuesday. "Santa Fe Stampede" is the other feature on this program. JOAN BENNETT AND FREDRIC MARCH HAVE THE STAR- rlng roles in the romantic "Trade Winds," at the Lake theater at Clear Lake on Sunday and Monday. "THERE'S THAT WOMAN Again," one of the feature attractions at the Palace now through Tuesday. Above are IMelvyn Douglas and Virginia Bruce, its stars. A SCENE FROM "SANTA FE STAMPEDE" Sunday through Tuesday. John Wayne stars "Algiers" is the other feature. AT THE STRAND in the production. BUIEDORN NEW BOOKING AGENT Walcott Student in Highest Paid Job on Campus at Ames AMES--Cardinal Guild, student! governing body of Iowa State col- ' lege, has elected Victor Eluedorn, Walcott, as its 1939-40 booking agent. Highest paid student body position on the campus, the position of booking agent involves contacting and booking orchestras for all organizations presenting dances at the Memorial Union, which includes practically ail of the major campus dances. Bluedorn will take office next fall after serving a quarter's apprenticeship under Earl Kindig, Washington, p r e s e n t booking agent Grandiose Tiddly-Winks REVERE, Mass., (U.R)--Tiddly- winks is no game for trucks to play. William Moslier told police that his coal truck struck a block of wood, flipping it 20 feet through Ihe air until it scored a bullseye by shattering a laundry window. Ames Engineer on Council on Mapping AMES--J. S. Dodds, professor of civil engineering at Joxva State college, has been appointed to serve as representative of the American engineering council on the advisory council of the federal board of surveys and maps. Professor Dodds, a national authority on surveying and mapping, is chairman of the American engineering council's committee on surveying and maps. Corwith Pastor to Preach at Kanawha KANAWHA--The Rev. Dr. Karl Hiller, pastor of the Methodist church at Corwith, will preach at the evening service Sunday at the Methodist church. Special music will be furnished by the Corwith choir and a movie reel of pictures of the Convith God's Acre celebration and the corn shelling bee will be shown. v STATE If you have more bills than you can pay, more worries than you can think of, see what "White Banners" means'. Late Show Sat. Nile 1--"Mr. Doodle Kicks Olf" 2--"Pioneer Trair 1 5--Last Ch. "TteÂ«s. Islind" BRNNERS Bainter - Jackie Cooper Rains - Bonita Granville E X T R A Radio News plus Comic in Colors CO-HIT IVhilc a feminine heart stands still! Fists fly! Guns bark! Mixed DANCE AVALON BALLROOM MANLY, IOWA SATURDAY, MARCH 11 Music by JACK JOKER AND HIS ORCHESTRA Admission 25c Plus Tax COMING Tuesday, March 14 BENNETT-GRETEN Women Students at Ames Pick Officers AMES -- K a t h e r i n e Dodds, \rnes, has been elected president f the Associated Women Stu- ents at Iowa State college. Oth- r officers elected include: Gaynold Carroll, Des Moines, ice president; Dorothy Vaughn, Â·Ceokuk, secretary and Janet Wilon, Des Moines, treasurer. Retiring officers are Lucille .Vatson, Evanston, 111,, Berniece Seeker, Mount Vcrnon; Winnifred Cannon, Ames; and Gaynold Car- Â·oll, Des Moines. Manson Senior Gets Fraternity Plaque AMES--Charles Thomas. Manson, senior in agricultural engineering at Iowa State college, has been awarded a plaque by the Iowa State chapter of Theta Delta Chi, social fraternity, for being its most outstanding member in 1933. The presentation was made by Norman Hacket, traveling secretary of Theta Delta Chi. Turkey Chicken and other choice meals ... for Sunday Dinner Dine like a king- at prices that will not strain your purse. AVe give you top quality foods at prices that make eafins: out on Sunday a double pleasure. These thrifty dinner prices every Sunday: 40c, 45e, 50c, 55c Jefferson Coffee Shop at the BUS Depot IT'S DANCE TIME AT But Whether You Dance or Not You'll Enjoy an Evening Here. Gay Crowds--Goad Music-Entertainment. TONIGHT--Saturday Bob Clayton's Hi-Hatters Plus Added Attraction ZGc - 74c--Tax Incl, SUN.--BENNETT- GEETEN Dance Class 8:45 to 9:30, Then Regular Dancing. 50 Instructors 26c - 60c--Tax Incl. LATE BUS FRL, SAT.. SUN. 'rancis O'Brien and Madeline AlcCullum. The play will be itaged Thursday afternoon and Thursday and Friday evenings in he public high school auditorium. A St. Patrick's day dinner wiil e served in the St. Mary's academy gymnasium on Thursday evening as a part of the two day celebration. Serving will begin at five o'clock. HOME TALENT PLAY PLANNED Announce Cast for "Polishing Papa," Billed March 16-17 EMMETSBURG -- D i r e c t 01 ?rank Meade Friday announced :he cast of "Polishing Papa," lome talent play to be presentee lere on, March 16 and 17 undei the auspices of the Assumption parish. The play is part of the annual St. Patrick's day celebration sponsored by the Emmetsburg congregation. Those taking part in the production will be Dr. A. W. McQuire, Miss Evelyn Meade, Frank Meade, Bill Carney, Miss Ruth Sagan, Thomas Cahill. Mavy Evelyn Kelly, Miss Louise Murphy Geneva Infant Girl ts Severely Burned GENEVA--Lois Held, 2 year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Held, living south of Geneva, was badly burned when she fell and thrust her left arm into a jar of freshly rendered lard. SATURDAY "Next Time I Marry" --plus-"Tex Ritter Western" SUNDAY - MONDAY = WÂ»llw Wujer prauU"" -3 MMCH-BENNETT Plus 2nd Hit BETTY GRABLE --in-"Campus Confessions" CONTINUOUS SUN. 1 to II ROAST or FRIED Young Chicken Dinner . 35c With All the Trimmings From Soup to Dessert HAVE SUNDAY DINNER"wiTH US QUICK LUNCH CAFE 114 South Federal J ames Farmakrs, Prop. NOW THROUGH MONDAY OUR BIGGEST SHOW IN MONTHS! Late Show Tonifc 10 P. m. ONGrL Plus Mickey Mouse Cartoon i STOP! LOOK! and READ! IT'S COMING TO THE STATE NEXT FRI. and SAT KIDDIES UNDER 12 YEARS 6F AGE WILL BE ADMITTED SAT. MATINEE WITH 5 MILK BOTTLE CAPS FROM SWEET CLOVER DAIRY TiT.TTO r -- A m f\-wtn START SAVING TODAY PLUS 5c AT OUR BOX OFFICE 'From AlÂ«x Raymond's Astonishing Newspaper Strip ^ LARRY "BUSTER" CRABBE os "flash Gordon" JEAN ROGERS Â«"Date Arden".CHARLES MIDOLETON FLASH GORDON'S TRIP TO MARS Sunday Matinee 26c Until 3 P. M. T O D A Y THROUGH TUESDAY 2 GREAT SHOWS EDWARD G N E W LATE SHOW TONITE i, "fins n t 1 DOUGLAS BRUCE j THERE'S THAT C O M I N G TO THE CECIL XIIREE WOMEN WHO DARE EVERYTHING-THEY'RE AVIATRIXES . . . REAL HEROINES Starts Tuesday 2 i SUN. MON. TUES. SUN. NON. TUES. 2 SAtture HEDY LAMARR CHARLES BOYER IV * '