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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 16

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16 MASON CITY, GLOBE-GAZETTE MARCH 17 1931 fhornton Co-Op Society . Elects Crapser Director THORNTON;' March 17.-- The Partners' Co-operative society held he regular annual meeting Satur- lay 'afternoon. G. L. LIzer, auditor rom the state department, read the rasiuess report. .O'nly one change fas made In the hoard of directors. If. V. Crapser was elected in place of Nels Anderson. The society declared a 10 per cent dividend. Closes Frederlcksburg Shop FREDBRICKSBURG, March:; 17. --Mrs. J. Schwager, who operated a millinery shop here the past eight months, has closed out the business and has left for Waterloo, where she will make her home, Cnticrora Soap For Daily UK and Cnticura Ointment F»r Ptmple* «nd Bjuhe" Wmu keep the complexion in excellent condition. Make them your regular toilet preparations. So.p2Se. Ointment 2S«. .Hi Site. T.IcomZSC. Proprietor*: FolnrDro* A Chemic»l Corp. ^ JUldtn, "-- Clark of Cedar Rapids Convicted of Murder Attempt, Asks Retrial CEDAR RAPIDS, March 17. UP-Elmer Clark, 21, Cedar Rapids, convicted by a district court jury of assault with intent to commit mur7 der, has filed a motion.for a new trial, asserting: that there was insufficient evidence to convict. Clark was charged with attempting to kill Mrs. George Swab by attacking her and leaving her in a gas-filled room. Grafton Youth, Playing Basketball, Is Injured G R A F T ON, March 17.--John TJeker, while playing basketball, fell and fractured a bone in his right leg and tore the ligaments loose. He was taken to Osage where the bone was set and the leg placed In a cast. He is resting somewhat easier now than he was. WOOLERY TRIED IN CALIFORNIA Youth Wanted in Winnebago County Charged With Dyer Violation. FOREST CITY, March 17.--The Winnebago county sheriff's' office, received word from the U. S. marshal of California that Gerald Woolery of Forest City will be tried in the TI. S. federal court there for a violation of the Dyer^ act in transporting a stolen automobile from one state to another. Woolery is a young man, not yet 21, and is wanted by the authorities in Winnebago county for driving a car without the owner's permission. Officers thot he may have stolen Harry Sorenson's Ibar from the owner's garage in Forest City last fait and colliding with the Rev. C. M. Granskou's car Jate one night the driver of .the Sorenson car left the scene of the accident - at once and Woolery's whereabouts have "not been known to the local authorities until they received word from the federal officer in California. * "JUST A (PROSPECTIVE) GIGOLO" DU J I LTTI I The Coldspot Is a Proven Refrigerator It Comes To You 925 Below Comparable Makes '142 50 Cash r, Ready to Use Sears, method of distribution enables .you to save so much when you buy this electric refrigerator. It is utterly depend- able--economical-^cbiivenient'. |t-cu. ft. size. 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IWEGUAtANTiE SATISfACnOH O« YOtIB MONEY tACK| STOKE HOtmS Dally 8 to 5:30 Saturday a to S:30 MRS, HANSRUDE, KENSETT, DIES Funeral Services for Aged Resident Will Be Held on Wednesday. KBNSETT, March 17.--Mrs. C. O. Hansriide, 81, who died at her home in Kensett Sunday afternoon, will be buried tomorrow. She had been sick the past few months. The Hans- rude family lived In Kensett more than 50 years on a farm at the north edge of town. Then they retired and moved to town and after one year Mr. Hansrude died. There are two children, Mrs. John Hurd of Manly and Clarence at home. Funeral services will be held at the U. L. church. The Rev. Mr. Sigmond will have charge of the services arid burial will be made in the Kensatt cemetery. PLYMOUTH CO-OP BUSINESS GROWS Several Talks Are Given at Meeting of Creamery; Reports Made. PLYMOUTH, March 17.--There was a good attendance at the annual meeting of the Co-operative creairiery Saturday afternoon. The reports showed an increase ^n business. Guy Thomas of Clear Lake, state inspector of creameries; Frank Brunner, Colwell; H. A. Harmison, State Brand creameries; Roy Stor- ·vick and C. E. Behnke were speak- ers on the program. J. L. Stevens wag elected secretary for another year and all the directors were reelected. Flames Destroy Barn ROCKFORD, March 17.--A fire of unknown origin destroyed the barn on the Mary .Ballhagen lot early. Sunday morning. The fire department arrived but the fire had , gained such headway before it was called that it was unable to do anything but save nearby buildings. Three Talks Are Given THORNTON, March 17.--The 4-H club girls met at the William Johnson home. Alice Ingebretson gave a talk on "How to Plant a Tree," Margaret Nelsen gave a talk on "Posture" and Mrs. Carl Floy gave .a talk on "Wall Paper." Ashes of Mrs. Harper - Sent to Muncie to Be Buried in Family Plot " WASHINGTON, March 17. The ashes of Mrs. Ida Huster Har per, author, journalist and lecturer, were to be 'sent today to Muncie, Ind., for interment in the family burial plot. Mrs. Harper-, who died Saturday of paralysis, was widely known as a protagonist of woman suffrage. Her best-known .books were ·; "The -kite arid " Work of' ; Silvan" ' B; vAnthoriy " ancT.'.the "History of Woman Suffrage." A daughter, Mrs. Winifred Harper Cooley of New York, survives. Is Named Credit Director. CLARKSVILLE, March 17.--At .he/ meeting of the Bremer-Butler Merchants' credit association officers were elected. A. G. Huber of Clarksvllle was given the office of director of Clarksville and Shell Rock. Offering; himself in marriage to any wealthy woman, Francis X. Bushman, once a movie matinee Idol, and now, almost penniless, play- Ing ln ( a small stock company in Chicago, says "1 suppose I might be called a prospective gigolo." Between the times these two photos were taken, when Bushman was at the heiffht of his career In 1915 and now, 'ho said he earned nearly nine million dollars. He Is 47 now. At Mason City's THEATERS The story of "Kesurrectjon" Is a confession. That fact is being made public in connection with the Oxford Press Edition of all of Count Leo Tolstoy's works, an elition which presents for the first time the Tolstoy novel which has been the- most widely read in English of any of his works in the original form In which he intended to have it published. The story is not only a confession, but also for the first time it is now being disclosed by his biographer that the main complication of the "Resurrection" story, as it will 'be seen at the Cecil' theater starting Wednesday, actually happened in real life. In fact, it happened twice. The personal experience and the related experience made such a deep impression on Count Tolstoy that he expended upon this book more pains, mora care, more of his own genius and linowledge of life and love,than he did on any of the other fiction which ho turned out so rapidly and so successfully all his life. The Cecil Is going to show "Millie" for the last time Tuesday evening. .--o-"East Lynne" closes Tuesday night at the Palace theater. The Strand Is offering "The Conquering Horde" for the last tima Tuesday evening. Band Concert Is Given. WODEN, March 17.--A band concert and basket social was held at the community hall Monday evening for the benefit of the band. A program also was given by the grades. Track Forces Are Reduced. CLARKSVILLE, March 17.--The Cedar Rapids, 'Minnesota and Dakota divisions of. the C. R. I. and P. railway have reduced their track forces. Bert . Meskimen and Fred Dirks, track foremen of this place have reduced to one man each. KELLY'S HARP ORCHESTRA OF OSAGE Will Play for the AMERICAN LEGION OLDT1ME DANCE Saturday Night, March 21 J T AT THE ARMORY Admission Always 25c New ventilating system now in operation. CECIL Starting Wednesday TENDER A S A LOVER'S KISS SWEEPING AS THE TIDE OF HUMAN PASSION . With JOHN BOLES LUPE VELEZ The s Soul -Stirring story ofth« heart cry of a woman crucified on the cross of love! LAST TIMES TUESDAY Millie HELEN TWEtVETREES Iowa Boy is Rewarded W ffiN children are weak and rim-down, they are easy p_rey to colds or children's diseases. So it U never p wise to neglect those weakening and depressing symptoms, such as Dad breath, coated tongue, fretfulness, feverishness, biliousness, tack oE energy and appetite, etc. Nine times out of ten these things point to one trouble--constipation. Mothers all around you are coming right out in public to tell how their children are being relieved of this trouble by California Fig Syrup. Mrs. J. W. Heritage, 1405 Richmond Ave., Des Moines, says: "I read about California Fig Syrup in the papers, so I knew what to give "Wesley when I saw by his bad breath and coated tongue that he was constipated. « He has been more than rewarded for taking Fig Syrup. It made him a well, happy boy promptly. He never complains of any symptoms of constipation now." The genuine, endorsed by doctors for 50 years, always bears'the word California, All drugstores. "It Pays to Advertise," the play that entertained thousands of, people on Broadway and the rialtoa ot our larger cities, will be shown at the Palace theater starting Wednesday. "It Pays to Advertise" has a galaxy of stellar performers in the caat. There is Skeets Gallagher, "the white-haired boy" of a number of Paramount pictures; Eugene Pallette, bull-voiced fat man whose roles in westerns and comedies have kept audiences in spasms; Lucien Littlefield, the school-master of "Tom Sawyer;" Tom Kennedy, the blundering big bruiser of ".The Gang Buster," Louise Brooks and several others. For the romantic interest there are Norman "Foster, who achieved fame as the "Young Man of Manhattan" and gained greater honors as the crook-turned-straight who feirin love with Clara Bow In "No Limit"--and the golden-haired "panic," Carole Lombard, who flashed her "It" in "Safety In Num- hers" and has been flashing "It" ever since In such pictures as "Fast and Loose" and now "It Pays to Advertise." The romance of railroading has become a part of everyday American life. The lure' of it Is as -real today as it was 60 years ago when the first trans-continental trains were linking two oceans across the breadth of the United States. The steam driven monsters and the men who drive them are the fascinating subjects of the latest Warner Brothers action drama} "Other Men's Women," which opens Wednesday at the Cecjll theater. It is a realistic melodrama of railroading, romance and danger. Grant Withers, Mary Astor, Regis Toomey, James Cagney, Fred Kohler, Joan Blondell and J. Farrell MacDonald are included in the cast of this epic of transportation. "Other Men's Women" Is a gripping story of two men who drive one engine arid eventually love tha same woman, who is already tha wife of one. Elemental passions vie w*'.h the danger and flood In galvanizing the interest of audiences. Jroadway's Greatest Comedy Has Hit the Screen With a Thousand Laughs I Tues. and Wed. VAU G(/Y* . WITH JACKMULHALL NED SPARKS PAT 0-MALLEY J^RddtoPfdar*. EXCELLENT SHOUT SUBJECTS AT-SO lOc POPULAR PRICES 25c SENSATION IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE WHTH SKEET GALLAGHER _Ug; CAROLE LOMBARH ; '^f NORMAN FOSTER EUGENE PALLETTE LAST TIME TUESDAY Sdastbpme I h| Jft *r*t~*n**4H~l I Begins Wed. Ends Tri. ANOTHER EXTRAORDINARY Two Pictures DOlfBLE FEATURE PROGRAM I One Price Again the Strand Scores I STARTS With a Splendid Show! · WEDNESDAY FEATURE NUMBER TWO I FIG LAXATIVE-TONIC Jtr CHILDREN "The Pall Gny" IFI being presented at the Iowa theater Tuesday and Wednesday. Adopted from tha successful stage .'play by George Abbott and'James Gleason, '.The Fall Guy" presents no problem situations nor moral preachments. It is the tale of a white-collar man who loses his job and takes a chance with bootleggers to keep the wolf away. He,becomes a "fall guy" for the tang- and the results make for a series of the moat humorous scenes ever brot to tho screen. Jack Mulhall, popular screen farceur, "plays the title role. He is admirably sup- ·orted by a competent caat Including Mae. Clark, Ned Sparks, Pat O'Malley, Wynne Gibson, Thomas Jackson and Ann Brody. FEATURE NUMBER ONE GRANT WITHERS MARY ASTOR Regis Toomey, James ney, Fred Kohler, Blondell, Walter Long, Farrell MacDonald. Cog- Joan J. In-- OTHER M«* WOMEN' If yon found yourself in love with your husband's best friend, what would you do? JACKIE COOGAN Mitzi Green Junior Durkin America's favorite younger actors making the most of the laughs and the thrills in Mark Twain's joyous comedy. "TOM SAWYER" FOB AIA. KIDS FROM 6 TO GO TIME THIS FEATURE SHOWS 3:33 - 5:22 - 8:11 The Strand Has the Shows LAST TRIES TODAY Richard Arlen Fay Wray in "THE CONQUERING HORDE" Chapter 7 "Indians Are Cominfp "The Rest fur Less" 25c 35c lOc

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