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March 16, 1931

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 5

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MARCH 16 I 193! « MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE PAYS DIVIDEND Farmers' Elevator Company Annual Report Shows Business Growth. CYLINDER, March 16.--The Cy- t Under. Farmers' Elevator compajy j; declared a 50 per cent stock and a _ f 7 % per cent cash dividend at the E: annual meeting held here Saturday. If The annual report showed an in| crease of about 400 per cent in pamount of business done during the ipast five years. In this time, which , measures the length of service of J. ,K J. Brekke as manager, the company Ojj purchased the elevator of the Quak- .er Oats company, increasing the storage by 65,000 bushels, purchased K a house for the manager and in- Vrsfalled more than $4,000 of hew K equipment. The 1930 business was yj:in exc, ss of ?250,000, handling over c *a half million bushels of grain. Dur: 'ing August It handled more than J^ 200,000 bushels of oats alone.' Lud- W w £ Johnson is president of the K: company and J. J. Brekke is man- ri; ager. DR. W. 0. MAUCH DENTIST Weir Bldg. 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But Tanlac toned up my whole system and increased my weight --10 lbs.' r ; If you suffer from indigestion, gas, ; dizziness, headaches, constipation or ' torpid liver--give Tanlac a chance to help you! The first bottle often brings '. the needed relief. Tanlac is a good, pure medicine, made of roots, barks, and herbs that |. are recognized by 'the United States e Pharmacopoeia. Get it from your if druggist today. Your money back if '. it doesn't help you. Phone 216 Qadwell Transfer and Storage Company for Moth-Proofing (Kona'e) Service Local and Long Dis lance Moving Household Goods Storage OFFICE: , 303 8th Street S. W, MAY BE CHAPLIN LEADING LADY Associated Press Photo Rumors in Britain say Sari Marltza, British actress, may become Charlie Chaplin's next leading lady. Chaplin singled her out for a solo tango at a recent party in London and has been attentive to her. CHARLES CITY NEWS Charles City Girl Married to Walter Young of Arkansas CHARLES .CITY, March 16.-Miss Mildred Ramona Hamm, only daughter of Mrs. Joyce Cottrell, 1101 East Clark street, and Walter L. Young, son of Mr. and -Mrs. Charles Young of Dewitt, Ark., were married at 5 o'clock Saturday afternoon at the Little Brown church in the vale by the Rev. William Kent. Miss Jeanette Hamilton, a classmate of the bride, was the brides- mnl'd.^a$d Bud^Jflanmi, her brother,* acted as'best man. - After the ceremony the couple went to Waterloo for a short honeymoon and on their return will reside at . 907 East Clark street. Mrs. Young graduated from the local high school in the class of 1929 after which she took a course in telegraphy at Fremont, Nebr. Mr. Young was graduated from the Dewitt, Ark., high . school and completed, a course in telegraphy at Chillicothe, Ma, and Fremont, Nebr. Mr. Young is manager of the local Western Union office and Mrs. Young is assistant, a position she will continue to hold. Out of town guests at the wedding included, Mrs. Julia Russell, Mr. and Mrs. George Spatcher and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Grant Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Graham, all of Fayette; Mary Wheat of Kanawha; Merle Rima, Osage; ITr. and Mrs. Charles Baugn, Mason City and Mr. and Mrs.. Carl Mansfield, Waterloo. Sound System Installed. CHARLES CITY, March 16.--A sound system has been installed in the Hauser funeral home, similar to the sound equipment in ^he theaters, the first of its kind to be put in north of Cedar Rapids. Sound can be carried to the side porch, front porch, annex and to the lawn outside by the system. CHARLES CITY BRIEFS CHARLES CITY, March 16.-The small daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Fox of Riceville who had a mastoid ^operation a few days ago at the Cedar Valley hospital had another operation for sinus infection Saturday. Mrs. Zielstorff was removed to her home from the hospital where she had an operation. Mrs. Ray Fox, wife of Dr. Fox, afflicted with infantile paralysis, is improving very slowly. Funeral services for Jay Langdon were to be held this afternoon at the Baptist church with the Rev. G. A. Hess in charge and burial made in Riverside cemetery. Mr. Langdon died at the home of his daughter near Bassett. The Rainbow Girls are giving a benefit bridge party this evening at- the Masonic Temple. George Meggitt, one of the old residents here, observed his eighty- seventh birthday Saturday with the family enjoying a dinner at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Ed Blithm. v The Daughters of Isabella will have a. picnic supper Tuesday evening in the American Legion rooms. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Olds entertained the board of directors of the Citizens National bank at dinner Sunday evening at their home on West Kelley street. The fire department was called out twice Sunday, first at noon when a small roof fire was put out on a houae on Cottage Court.-atreet. Late in the afternoon more damage was done to a gabel on the house occupied by John Marsen across from the Catholic church. Consider- State College Grads of 3 Counties Will Meet Thursday Night CHARLES CITY, March 16.-Iowa State college alumni of Floyd, Butler, Chickasaw and Mitchell counties will meet for the annual dinner Thursday evening in the American Legion rooms. An association of graduates was formed last year with Ramond Reis of Marble Rock as - president and Harold Anway, secretary. These men have charge of the reservations and have issued the initationa tc. ,all ex-s.tu-, dents. A speaker from Ames^will be" on the program. The dinner will be' served at 6:30 followed by dancing and cards. Charles City Man, , . Woman Sentenced CHARLES CITY, March 16 -Edwin Hess and Mrs. Olive Purrington pleaded guilty before Judge p. H. Kelley.Saturday to the charge of adultery. Mr. Hess was sentenced to serve three years at Anamosa and Mrs. Purrington to three years at the women's · reformatory at Rockwell City. Both.sentences were suspended and defendants were paroled to Sheriff B. F. Atherton. Donald Beckwith pleaded guilty to the charge of breaking and entering and his case was continued during good behavior. Mrs. John Growden dismissed the charge of wife desertion against her husband who was brot back here from Cedar Rapids. ITCHING ENDS WHEN ZEMO TOUCHES SKIN --thousands say. It's wonderful the way soothing, cooling Zemo brings relief to skin which itches and burns. Even in most severe cases, itching disappears almost as soon as Zemo touches the tender and inflamed surface. To draw out local infection and help' to clear away unsightly blemishes, we know of nothing better than invisible Zemo. Always keep this family antiseptic on hand. Use it freely. It's safe as can be. 35c, 60c and $1.00. All dealers. Ingrown Nail Turns Right Out! Pain Stops Instantly! "Ourgro" is a harmless antiseptic manufactured for chiropodists. However, anyone can buy from the drug store a tiny bottle containing directions. A few drops of "Outgro" in the crevice of the ingrowing nail reduces inflammation and pain and so toughens the tender, sensitive skin underneath the toe nail, thai it cannot penetrate the flesh, and the nail turns naturally outward Newly Organized Club at Charles City Names Mrs. Gough President CHARLES CITY, March 16 --A new study club, called "The Charles Elliot Society" organized for the study of Charles Elliot classics, has been formed with the following officers: Mrs. E. T. Gough, president; Mrs. Carl Magdsick, vice-president; Mrs. W. E. Voreck, secretary and Mrs. H. M. Walleser, treasurer The organization will be called th Alpha chapter and will meet the first and third Mondays of the month. The next meeting will be held Monday, April 6, at the home of Mrs. H. M. Walleser. Mrs. S. Stella Burcham, educational director, spent some time in the city organizing the society. Illustrated Service Is Given at Charles City CHARLES CITY, March 16 --The Rev, E. T. Gough, pastor, arranged a special illustrated song service as part of the Sunday evening program when he preached from the theme, "The Word of Life." Twentynine colored slides depicting the song, "The Wonderful Book," were shown as the choir under the direction of Mrs. Ruth Melcher sang the verses. The Rev. Samuc; Batchelor of Blue Earth, Minn., preached at the morning and evening services at the Baptist church yesterday. James McAvoy Rites Are Held at Charles City . CHARLES CITY, March 16 --Funeral services for James McAvoy son of Mr. and Mrs. William McAvoy, were held this morning at the Catholic church and the body was taken to Elma for burial. Mr. McAvoy died at the university hospital in Iowa City from uremic poisoning Saturday morning. Lake Mills Students to Give Musical Program LAKE MILLS, March 16.--.\ musical program will be given at the high school auditorium Wedne=i- t-ay evening when the glee clubs and soloists who will, participate in the state contest will appear in concert. Among the soloists who will appear are: Piano soloist, Mary Nerby; soprano soloist, Viola Twito; contralto soloist, Kathlyn Price. s t Arctbemo»t n. Check tbem at once with goo4 depe adabl e old PISO'S Last Time Monday BESSIE LOVE MAKY t CLIFF EDWARDS 'GOOD NEWS' T?T?T7 1 P'* A Gift of Pyro" Avi-'J-/ r ]oid Dresserware will be given to every lady attending the Iowa Theater Monday matinee or evening show. Tuesday--Wednesday JACK MULHALL NKD SPARKS PATO'MALLEY At Mason City's THEATERS Movie fans who saw -the Fox Movietone drama, "Common Clay," will instantly recall Beryl Mercer who played the mother role In that production and caused many a heart to miss a beat as she unfolded the tragic story, of the life of the girl portrayed by Constance Bennett. And they will doubtless be thrilled to learn that in Frank Lloyd's Fox Movietone romantic drama, "East Lynne," which stars Ann Harding, Miss Mercer has the most dramatic and heart tugging role of her long and brilliant career. Miss Mercer is a native of Seville, Spain, and made her first: stage appearance at the Drury Lane theater. She has played many famous roles on the stage and her screen appearances include "Three Live Ghosts" and "Seven Days Leave." "East Lynne," which will continue thru Tuesday at the Palace, has an all star cast of featured players which includes, in addition to Miss;Harding and Miss Mercer, Clive Brook, Conrad Nagel and Cecilia Loftus. --o-The struggle of the red-headed "Millie" to find a pair of male eyes capable of seeing past her beauty into the sincerity of her heart provides a fine dramatic structure for. Radio Pictures' "Millie" which will continue thru Tuesday at the Cecil theater. Millie's story, altho not unusual in life, is decidedly new screen material. It has been called "the drama of the right girl who met the wrong men" and it is just that. Adapted from the Donald Hender-. son Clarke novel of the same name. "Millie" has been^ transferred to the talking screen with fine dramatic results. It is marked by adept handling of a story which might have been predominantly sex and a cast which certainly deserves the word "super" when referring to distinguished performances. Helen Twelvetrees as the fiery- haired heroine undoubtedly will be hailed thruout the country for her enactment of this role which requires the handling of so many varied emotions. The true human quality with which she endows tivc character and the dramatic heights BIG FILM JOB? ingwater is a veteran of the stage and screen. He plays the role of Jim Nabors, the ranch foreman, in this classic .of the post-war west. Others in the cast are Frank Rice, Arthur Stone and George Mendoza, three capable character comedians: Charles' Stevens, the "Injun Joe" of '·Tom Sawyer;" Ian MacLaren, who made a great personal hit in "Jour- pey's End;" Ed Brady and James ' "Durkin--who have been featured In many "heavy" roles. A large group of real Indians completes the cast. i -o| The Iowa theater Is going to present Bessie Love in "Good News" ; for the last time Monday evening. i --o-- 'Jack Miilhall plays one of the most notable parts of his career in the title role of "The Fall Guy," ·-. Radio picture, which will play Tues- day and Wednesday at the Iowa theater. Most of us .won't be' contented with our lot till it's a lot more.-Arkansas Gazette. KELLY'S HARP ORCHESTRA OF OSAGE Will Play for the AMERICAN LEGION OLDTIME DANCE Saturday Night, March 21 AT THE ARMORY Admission Always 25c New ventilating system now In operation. James J. Walker, New York's colorful mayor, persistently denies rumors that he will resign his position to join the Fox Film company. Photo, above, taken at his desk, shows the mayor just before he left on a railroad official's private car (or a vacation at Palm Springs, Cal., on the estate of Samuel Untermeycr, New York lawyer. A probe of the mayor's administration Is threatened. she attains in the climactic scenes will make "Millie" a. character everyone will remember. --o-Fay Wray and Claude GHling- water head the supporting cast of "The Conquering Horde"--Richard Arlen's latest starring picture which will continue thru Tuesday at the Strand theater. Miss Wray was teamed with Arlen in "The Border Legion" and she was the heroine of Gary Cooper's "The Texan.'! Gill^*T? sT+'W GECI Mason City's Best Theater NOW PLAYHSTG Thru Tuesday The Right Girl Who Met the Wrong Men Helen Twelvetrees In D r a m a That Cries Out to tho Eternal Heart of Every Woman. DAMON'S, Inc. The Only Way You Can Do It Latest Nemo-Flex Wonder\ lift controls that ugly Diaphragm Diaphragms accustomed to being conspicuous become shy and retiring in this marvelous new combination. Two new strips of webbing on the famous Wonderlift inner belt keep them completely out of sight. Stomach flat . . . hips and thighs moulded . . . Fasten the beautiful rayon striped outer garment and you achieve for the first time that completely unbroken line that dares the slimmest Empire gown. D-A-N-C* TUESDAY, MARCH 17 ARMORY, MASON CITY Music By "Iowa Blues" , ADMISSION, 51--EXTRA LADIES, 25c. SPONSORED BY JOURNEYMAN BARBERS LAST TWO DAYS RICHARD ARLEN FAY WRAY WITH A CAST OF OVER 200 IN A N nil-outdoors classic of the colorful days of '68, when Texas was a seething cauldron of intrigue. When a beautiful belle of the ranches even doubted her lover's loyalty u n t i l he proved himself a man of Courage who laughed at Death. f' Chapter No. 7 "THE INDIANS ARE COMING" TIME SCHEDULE J, 2:4G, 4:SH, 6:15, 8:10 and .you can sco a complete show by coming as late as 9:13. Lynne NOW PLAYING THRU TUESDAY STORY OF A GIRL WHO LOVED L I F E AND PAID THE PRICE Broke Records at Roxy's STARTING WEDNESDAY With SHEETS GAI.LAflHEIJ GRAND OPENING OF T NORTH IOWA'S FINEST THEATER--GARNER, IOWA Wednesday, March 18th PERFECT SOUND -- PERFECT VENTILATION -- COMFORTABLE SEATS--PERFECT VISION All modern conveniences including Ladies' Lounge, Gents' Smoking Room and Baby's Cry Room. You must pay a visit to this beautiful play house--only twenty miles from Mason City. O P E N I N G A T T R A Wed. and Thurs. March 18th-19th The King and Queen of Comedy Winnie Lightner and Joe E. Brown --in-"Sit Tight" Their Latest Comedy Riot Friday and Saturday March 20th-21st Tilt: Stirring Drama of Mic Gold Hush Days "The Girl of the Golden West" With the Screen's Foremost Actress Ann Harding See the Strongest (Jumble a Woman Ever Made CONTIUOUS SHOW ON SUNDAY C T I O N S Sunday and Monday March 22nd-23rd Richard Barthelmcss With Beautiful Mary Astor "Thrash" lla Lashed His Enemies With Relentless Hate--But How Tender Is His Love COME ANY TIME Matinee Saturday at 2 P. M. Prices No Higher Than Elsewhere. Drive Out to Garner.

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