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March 14, 1931

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 11

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\3 12 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE MARCH 14 1931 iff U, S, MAY TAKE PART IN ACCORD Invited by .Great Britain to . Join in Drafting New Settlement. WASHINGTON, 'March 14. Th'e United States may -yet take an official active part jn the Franco^ Italian naval agreement. It has been invited by . Great Britain to Join the other four ipbwr ers signatory to the London treaty in drafting the final form of the n e w settlement. . , : - · . ·*./· This invitation,. extended ; ; yeater' day, was taken under consideration by .Secretary Stimson, but acceptance; was Indicated. The suggestion was interpreted hefe as an effort to enable Japan and the United States to recognize and approve officially the new agreement without tho. necessity of signing. Secretary Stimson can see no necessity for the United. States to sign the treaty since 'it relates solely to Great Britain,-. Franca and Italy. Signing Would require seriato approval, and delay the date of effectiveness.-''-' ''. · · ; - ' . , ; · . ' Pending acceptance of the inyita- 'tion, Senator Dwight ;W. -Morrow was seen as one of the probable American representatives.. Ambassador Charles Gates Dawes at London and Hugh S. Gibson at Brussels also are possibilities. "'"' '' · E. W. CLARK CO. We Loan Money On CiljTProperly Reasonable Terms' INVESTMENTS High Grade For Sale We, Sell Fire Insurance. Phone *04 2M M. B. A. Bldg. SCENE FROM "THE CONQUERING HOBDE," FEATURING Richard Allen and Fay Wray and 100 capable actors. A Paramount super-thriller.:Begins a four day engagement at the Strand Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Spitler, Belrnoiid, Sell 2 Farms BELMOOTV'March 14.--Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Spitler'sold a 160 acre farm at Klemme to their son, How- ard'Spitler, and sold the estate farm of 120 acres at Clarion'to Mr- Spitler's sister, Mrs. Philip Veldhouse, kana'wha. They .bought a 120 acre farm across the road from the 80 acre farm owned by their son, John, who lives one-half mile west of Belmon'd. The 120 and 80 acre plots were once owned by Fred Lynch. Opportunity knocks at the door of many a man who Is honking for service somewhere else.--Arkansas Gazette. . 5 G A rbwn-up Store Serves You More Intimately J T seems like on odd. contradiction to say that the more . ., customersAiP Kos.-rtwmofeinlimatelyitean.wrye each. . one of (hem. Yet it'i a (act. *'·"· ." : ; . The,original little s»ore;from which A * P sprang waj stocked with carefully bought food. Bui cftar all, tt was a sntall stare, and h had to boy what the market offered. The grown-up A1P of today is stacked wi* food whose selection takes the full time of hundreds of buyers, scattered ocross lh« face of the earth, searching wherever good foods originate for the pick of the crop. So it is thot when you express a desire fora certain type of food, a specialist in that Food knows where to find it at the peak of quoliry, for the lowest price. Ihe A P store in your neighborhood, backed by an arrrty - of expert buyers, comes out your wishes as Ihe little old original store never dreamed of doing. \ The Greaf ATLANTIC PACIFIC Tea Co -* EAGLE SCOUTS BYBL BKOCK NOW PLAYING ENDS TUESDAY Made on a Grand Scale. Packed With Oat Door Thrlils. Terror That Treatens Ixve Based on History. STORY BY EMERSON HOUGH The Great Out-of-Doors Picture of 1931. ' Hero's THE Western classic.! Packed with thrill- dynamite! Blazing a trail of terrific action across the talking screen! Giving; yon sensations to make your pulses race! RICHARD ARLEN FAY WRAY Paramountpictura FEATURE on This . Program · Starts at 1-2:46-4:33 '8:15-8:30 and ou can fee a complete show coming as late as 9:13. - You'll Never ' Forget It. It's Superb. ' Also Chapter 1 of "The Indians Are Coming." Adults Bargain Hour Sunday's 1 to 2 p.'nti 25c. 35c After 2 Week Day Mutiueca Z5c 35c After 5:30 Kiddles Alvvnys lOo HELEN TWELVETBEES IN A VIOLENT DENUNCIATION OP Carnielita GeraBhty as James Hall tries, to avert the argument. The scene is one of the thrilling high spots of "Millie'', which opened a four- day engagement Saturday at the Cecil theater. SPEAKERS ENTER BRITT CONTEST v Declamatory Speakers From Garner, Belmond and Lake Mills Win. BRTTT, March 14.--Garner, Lake Mills and Belmond were, winners In the subdistrict declamatory contest held here last.night. Denzel Tomr* kins. 15, son of Grade Principal and Mrs. C. H. Tompkms, Garner, was first in oratorical with thfe selection "Masterful Man of the Ages." Viola Twito of Lake Mills was first in dramatic and Arlene Gibbs of Belmond took first in : humorous. Speakers' must-win- in two- other contests ,before competing- in -the state finals,V^Wihnerg : of the , locaj contest will next go to Spencer. Will Be Commencement Speaker. CEDAR: RAPIDS, -'March. 14.r-- Dr. Edgar Stephensoa Furnlss, dean of the.graduatei schopi'at Yale university and a graduate of Coe college ;in::the class of 1911, will be thn speaker for the fiftieth annual commencement exercises of Coe college according to announcement made this week by President'H. M- Gage The commencement ceremonies wiii be held Monday, June 8. OSAGEPECLAM WINNERS NAMED First Places Are taken by Mason City, Northwood . and St. Ansgar. OSAGE, March 14.--The subdis- trict declamatory contestants spoke Thursday Bight in the. Osage high school auditorium in a, close rac* for the honors. Jens Walker, Mason City, was the first in the oratorical class. Tn dramatic, Cecelia Hove, Northwood, was first. The humorous winner was Carl Zuehl,-St. Ansgar. Judges were Misses Aria Capellan, Bldora;' Caroline Gallagher, Iowa Falls, and Cora. Busby, Bldora. Decoi;ah Verdict Is Given Biermann in Promise Breach Suit DECORAH, March 14.-- A verdict for tho defendant was returned by the ; jury in the case of Delia n - '-'· As. ViFred ;E!iermann, : in' ' ' ' ' ' - i i . ' · · " · LOWELL BELTIS Byrl Brook, Troop 47, Clarion, and LoweU'Bellia, Tropp,63 ( Clarksvllie, ',weris" two of the three Boy Scouts awarded the ·Eagle Badge at recent district courts of honor held at Belmond and Clarksvlller. Richard Bradley, Troop 47, Clarion, was also awarded a badge. r hospitilj Rochester; sought; 525,000 in damages .from the editor, of the Decorah Journal for an ^alleged breach of promise. Witnesses for the plaintiff were herself and her sister, Miss Sophie Lageson of Mabel. Her attorneys also called Br. Biermann on the stand. Witnesses for the defendant were Mrs. A. C. Wood, hi whose house Miss Lageson roomed .in Rochester, and Miss Frances Springer, Kahler hospital nurse. At Mason City's THEATERS Seldom has any role on the talking screen been more rich in emotional possibilities* than that of "Millie," in .wtiich^ Helen Twelve- trees is cast in the Radio picture of the same name, which opened Saturday at the Cecil theater. The character of "Millie", begins as a high school girl in a village taken to New Tork' as the wife of the scion of an old and wealty family there. In the village Helen Twelvetrees endows '"Millie" with a freshness and youthfulness carefully tempered with a natural sophistry with which redheaded girls seem to be naturally possessed. As the wife in New York she is first gay then stricken with grief as she discovers that her hus 1 band's love has cooled. When she obtains a divorce from him the contrast in her character is beginning to show. With excellent emotional shading, Helen^ Twelvetrees has taken the girl "Millie" on from this point thru the orgy of parties, 'love affairs' and flirtations until 'she finally reaches middle age and tragedy again strikes. her. In the last jow.scehe? the role probably gamiajs more 'sympathy .than ' a't " 'any · 'oth'er - " " ' " ' ~' ' " ' ' - '· : : ''' Infant Daughter Is Buried. : ; DUMONT, March 14.--The Rev. H. M. Tipsword, pastor of the TT. B» church, held a short' funeral service at the Dumont cemetery for the infant daughter of Mr."and Mrs. Jack Lewis which died at their farm home near Cedar Falls. On Way to San'. Francisco ,. ; ALGONA--Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Hazeltine spent several days visiting Mrs. Hazeltine's parents, Mr. and Mrs.' Joseph' Cosgrove. They were on their way from Minneapolis to San " Francisco, , where they will make their home. Lincoln Sandwich Shop and Cafe 16-18 SECOND STREET NORTHEAST · ' · * '. y~ - .'' ' ' , . '' ' ' ' I The Crotpd Goes Where the Crowd Is-ctnd Friends Meet Again! Variety of Go$ Things to Eat Sunday, Mar. 15 Special T^key and · Chicken Dinner, 65c Variety (if^asts, Barbecue Dinner, 50c Sifle dishes included with dinners: Fancy Salads, - Hot;Vegetables.'Snow-white or boiled potatoes served with all dinners.. : . ' ' ' · · ' · ' · '"begsert .-V. : Choice of Ice "Cream Sundae or Pump. . Mn Pie -'with "Whipped Cream. '·'·'· Bread,'·· butter .'j.- .. coffee, tea or milk Included with . all'above" prders.V , . THE MOST JUICY STEAKS AND CHOPS SERVED AT ALL HOURS THANK.YOU! I COBBLER WITH NO SOUL TAKES AWAY POOR TONY'S SOLES EVANSTON, HI., March'14. .-r-It might have paid Tony Frag- ga3i"'U he had gone some other way. As It was, he passed right by the mending ahop of John 'Sokras, Evanston's 250-pound coboler--the same shop where Tony had heels and' soles put on his shoes the other day without paying for thitn. A moment later, Tony told Police Magistrate Harry H. Porter, Sok- ras took his shoes off Ms feet and left him standing there. .. "Undoubtedly," said the magistrate, addressing Tony, "the uppers of these shoes .belong to you, but John is unquestionably the owner of th'e heels and the soles and he may keep them until the bill is paid." Tony didn't say whether he would go back for the uppers but he did mumble something about some people "not having any souls." 75 Gather at Grafton Anniversary Observance GRAFTON, March 17.--Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kirchgatter were glveft a surprise Thursday evening when | about 75 relatives and friends gathered to help them celebrate their thirty-ninth wedding anniversary. Dinner was served at tbe home of Mr. and Mrs. Max Runge, a niece, of Mr. Kirchgatter. The four daughters of the family planned.the affair for their parents. The evening was spent with cards and music. . The excitement-craving public gets a feast for its thrill-appetite in '"The Conquering Horde," Paramount's newest Richard Arlen starring picture which opened a four- day .engagement .Saturday at the Strand. -"The Conquering Horde" Is a story^ of men. without law. -A story of crisp, action. A story of barking six-guns. Of, wild Camanches. Of thousands of thundering hooves. Of brave men and of one brave woman, fighting the perils of the wilderness, the elements and. the treacherous outcasts of civilization - who prey upon them. There is suspense-sustaining drama, thrilling action -- and glamorous romance. . There Is an abundance of whimsical, at times uproarious comedy. Emercon Hpugh, the author of "The Covered Wagon," and one of the foremost American writers of historically authentic outdoors stories, spun the original yarn, "North of 36." It is a tale .of red-blooded doings in a day of empire-building that is still remem- bdred by oldsters who were there iu those hectic times. It tells of the adventures of a courageous band of Texas ranchers led by a soldierly youth into the unknown of the wilderness, across strange and perilous fastnesses into the final triumph of their ambitions -- civilization with its fame and fortune. COMING ATTRACTIONS Bancroft Catholic .Order of Forest Name Heads · B A N C R O F*T. March 14 The Catholic Order of Foresters held an election of officers at the C. O. F. hall Thursday evening. Those elected were: Mrs. Charles Standen, chief ranger; Mrs. Anna Schiltz, recording secretary: Mrs. Charles Baker, financial secretary; Mra. M. F. Schiltz, vice chief ranger, and Adella Vaake, treasurer. CECIL. Saturday, Sunday, Monday, Tuesday--Helen Twelvetrees in "Millie" which contains drama of every woman who ever loved a home and babies. Wednesday, Thursday, Friday-"Resurrection" with Lupe Velez and John Boles. These outstanding stars run the gamut of emotions in a story of love and sacrifice. STRAND. Saturday, Sunday, Monday, Tuesday--Fay Wray and Richard Arlen in "The Conquering Horde." . The first journey'from the south to the north Is told. Wednesday, Thursday, Friday- Double feature program, "Other Men's Women" starring Mary Aator, Grant Withers and Regis Tooney. Also Jackie Coogan in "Tom Sawyer." v Boy Sued for Million. WINCHESTER, Tenn., March 13. (UP)--Joe C. Anderton, 12, has been named defendant in a $1,000,000 libel suit brot by Col. Luke Lea, I publisher of the Nashville Ten-j nesscan, against the Chattanooga j News, for which Joe carries papers It is a legal technicality. 4 Big Days Starting SATURDAY Big Midnite Show SUNDAY Saturday 11:15 'til 2 P- M. TORN FROM ARM! The child of the a w m a n can i i but once! .she despised \ They _ ' re tempest 8P ° iU j£ft Lbands,other »omen' 8 ,,, su-*-r:i ieto »^ .. _ they were all lair . 1 doable? it from the Headlines Steps *-y5 S'' V-"' iii^iji?* v Wiih Ihe Glamorous Helen / T w e l v e t r e e s Lilyan Tashman, Robert Ames, John Halliday, Joan Blondell, James Hall, Anita Louise. Directed by John Francis Dillon. A Charles R. Rogers Production From the Novel by Donald Henderson Clark

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