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April 18, 1934

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

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TEN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE APRIL 18 · ? i ''*! , OELWEIN TO BE HOST TO ELKS Iowa Convention to Be Held - June 19-21; Thompson WiO Attend. OELWEIN, April 18. W--The twenty-ninth annual state convention of Elks will be held here June 19-21, It was announced today. H. C. Phillips of Keokuk is president, and Art TJnlandt of Musca- tlne ia Esquire of the Towa association. The two conferred here last week with Oelwein Elks and formulated convention plans. Lloyd Thompson of Ch'cago, past grand exalted ruler of Elks, and Lloy Maxwell of Marshall town, grand trustee, have accepted invitations to attend as honored guests. A pre-convention dinner will be held for state officers and local committee members on Monday, preceding: the formal opening on Tuesday. Business sessions will be held each morning:. Given 5 Years for Shooting at Riva CEDAR RAPIDS, April 18. Meryl Suits, 24, arrested for firing three sbots at William Kottmier in a quarrel over Kottmier's allege; attentions to a girl, was -sentence! to an indeterminate term of five years in Anamosa ' ref ormatory when., he pleaded guilty to a charge of assault with intent to maim. Play to Be Presented at Protivin Friday Evening PROTTVIN. April 18.--"Bound to Marry." a comedy in three acts, wil be presented in the Protivin gymnasium Friday evening, by the players of Saratoga No. 6. Miss Olivia Burgart is director and Miss Catherine Eckerman is music director. When Dining in Cedar Rapid* Vi.it tie WONTROSE COFFEE SHOP lecturing Grant Wood'* fvnouit f arm lifo muntla · Excellent foodmt thrifty prleM Home of Radio Station KWCR and headquarters of the Cedar Rapids Auto Club. Located one block from the Union Station, in the center of business and social life, the nrjOMQ Hotel Montrose KUUWi 'L* k L n ° V WithoutBath throughout the state for its eco- With Private homelike »tmo» Bath . from phere. $225 Optrottd by A, EPPLEY HOTELS CO. Salaries of Teachers in New Hampton Raised 5 Per Cent by Boarc NEW HAMPTON. April 18.--Th New Hampton board of education Monday evening elected the follow ing teachers for the next year ani increased salaries 5 per cent. F. J Moore, superintendent, C. W. North high school principal; A. R. Bow man, W. J. Waters, F. B. Erikson Louise Worley, Margaret Wolff Ruth Gethmanu, Bernice Ross, Gai Smith, Helen Whittle, Minnie Mills Miss Philomena Meyer, Clair Rouse Mary Carroll, Dora Kruger, Mar cella Kirchoff, Margaret McNeff Eunice Bouslough. Charles CityNews Holbrook Gives Talk to Charles City Club on Stamp Collecting CHARLES CITY, April 18.--Royal Holbrook, noted student of Iowa his tory, who has the hobby of stamp collecting, spoke at the final meet ing of the history department of the Women's club Tuesday afternoon in the club room of the Hildreth hotel The club requested him to speak on stamps and he brought part of his collection with him to illustrate his talk. Mr. Holbrook has been a collector for many years and he brought ou 1 many interesting items in his pre sentation of what he said was one of the most popular hobbies. Mrs Erwin Larsen, chairman of the his tory department, introduced th speaker. Next Tuesday evening th club year will close with a dinner at the Hildreth hotel followed by a program in the high school auditor ium where Mrs. Gerhart Morrisor of Lincoln, Nebr., will give an address. Thursday many of the Women's club members will attend the Floyc county annual meeting of the federated clubs in the Congregational church. Reservations are being: made for the luncheon to be served at noon. J. L. Schrader Starts on Speaking Campaign CHARLES CITY, April 18.--J L. chrader, candidate for the repubii- an nomination for representative in ongress from the fourth district, "- - ·"* f T HIS enthusiastic Studebaker owner is K. S; Waldron, whose insurance business requites 100 to 125 city stops a day. "I never knew such a car for gasoline economy as my new 1934 Dictator," Mr. Waldron writes. "I'm actually averaging 18 miles to the gallon-and in my kind of driving that's far better than I ever believed any car would give. "My Dictator has the kind of style I'm proud of. It's a wonderfully easy car to handle. And its Quadripoise Suspension makes it literally float over any kind of road. I don't see how any car for twice the money could possibly satisfy me more." Why not get Studebaker prestige, performance and economy--Studebaker speedway stamina and skyway style --in your new car? Prices are $155to$620underlastyear's. Arrange for a thrilling trial drive today. North Iowa Motor Co. 520 Nortii Federal Ate. 3Ia*on City Ftione 896 North Iowa Motor Co. Ctarles City F I N E S T O F A L L S T U D E B A K E R S Marvelously streamlined skyway style bodies of steel reinforced by steel... quad- ripoise suspension that cradles the action of all wheels, not just the front wheels... high-powered, sensationally economical engines ... uncanny "mechanical brains" that leave you little to do but steer . . . stamina derived from years of triumphs io stock car and Indianapolis Speedway racing . . . better cars than the Studc- bakers which sold for $ 155 to $620 mote last year. ', AT THE FACTORY S T U D E B A K E R WEDS IN LONDON Here Is th« former Countess Felicia Gizycka, well-known Washington beauty and divorced wife of Drew Pearson, capital newspaperman, who has beben married In London to Edward D. DeLavigne, English broker and brother of Viscount Castlerosse. Mrs. DeLavlgne is the daughter of Mrs. Eleanora Medlll Patterson, Washington publisher. has started his speaking campaign and has stated his platform. He has also given some attention to proposed changes in county and city government. and advocates a city manager form of government and cutting the number of supervisors in Floyd county from five to three. Mr. Schrader has investigated this form of government in 19 cities and is convinced it is advantageous over the system used now in Charles City. He gave figures to show how administrative costs of Floyd county have increased as shown by the county reports. The amounts paid all of the county supervisors for per diem, mileage and incidentals :ncreased from $2,689.32 in 1924 to ?6,960.51 in 1931. In 1933 the amount was $5,680.49. Mr. Schrader believes an election should be held to decrease the number of supervisors :rom five to three. )arrah Is Appointed Division Code Officer CHARLES CITY, April 18.--Dave )arrah, former resident of Charles City when he 'was advertising man- .ger of the Hart-Parr company, has ieen selected executive manager of the western division of the central' .ode authority for the retail farm equipment trade. Thirty-three states rom the Allegheny mountains to he Pacific coast'will be included in his territory. He will administer the ode to about 15,000 dealers. Since eaving here Mr. Darrah hag been n the insurance business in Madion, Wis. Evidence In Case Heard. CHARLES CITY, April 18.--Evi- lence is being heard in the automo- lile damage case brought by Charles A. Nixt and John E. Nelson against Ralph P. Waller in Judge J. Clark's court before a. jury of ix men and six women. Mr. Waller's ar and truck owned by Nixt and perated by Nelson collided on the larksville road Oct. 6, 1932. Both men are asking damages of Mr. Waller who brought in a counterclaim. The case will probably go to the jury today. CHARLES CITY BRIEFS CHARLES CITY, April 18.--Mrs. Will Fairbanks gave a report of a trip she and Mr. Fairbanks took iis winter to the members of the ;Va-Tan-Ye club Tuesday noon. They spent several weeks in Florida, Alabama and Georgia. Mary Kor- rake was chairman of the meeting. John Hauser and three sons, Cleveland, Perry and Orville of Chesley, Ontario, are visiting Chris 3auser and. Andrew Hauser and families. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Kellogg have returned from spending six months in Vermont and Washington. Mrs. H. D. Floyd was elected president of the Lincoln P. T. A., at the meeting last evening. Other officers are Mrs. R. W. Zastrow, vice president; Veronica Baggs, secretary and Mrs. Peter Lamp, treasurer. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Miller are the parents of a daughter born at their home on Sixteenth avenue. Mrs. Lee Boeck of Nashua is recovering from an operation for appendicitis in the Cedar Valley hospital. Mrs. Margaret Woodworth had an operation yesterday. Mrs. F. S. Artz who returned from the hospital in Rochester, Minn., is confined to h«r home. Two Drowned When Rowboat Capsizes MARYVILLE, Mo., April 18. UP) --James Brady, 17, of St. Joseph, Mo., and William Schmledling, 24, of Harlan, Iowa, were drowned at Clyde when their rowboat capsized and sank in the reservoir on property of the Benedictine convent. Fourteenth Child Born to Mr. and Mrs. Swinton NASHUA, April IS.--Mr. and Mrs. Fred Swinton, Floyd county, are parents of a son, bom Monday fourteenth child in the family, ihere being six girls and seven other sons. Mrs. Hunchis Funeral Is Held at Plymouth; Two Children Survive PLYMOUTH, April 18.--The funeral of Mrs. Nora Michalek Hunchis was held Tuesday afternoon at the Methodist church with the Rev. T. C. Collister officiating. She was born in Plymouth Aug. 21, 1876, and was married to John Hunchis, now dead, in October, 1894. Two children survive, Fred P., and Dorothy, both of Plymouth, and one granddaughter, Mary Ann. She was graduated from tbe school of Plymouth and attended school in Mason City. Her home wag on a farm 3% miles northeast of Plymouth. Pallbearers were neighbors Leonard and Gaylord Cobeen, Arnold Jones, Fred Urbatch, Roy Urbatch and George Ruffridge. At Mason City THEATERS By E. J. f. KAY FRANCIS AS RUSSIAN CHARMER. Kay Francis, star of "Mandalay" which plays through Friday at the Cecil, plays the role of a Russian refugee. After being rescued in Vladivostok by Ricardo Cortez, who is a gun runner called Tony in the picture, she is delivered into the hands of a wealthy underworld character through Tony's deceit. She closes the picture by starting life anew with Lyle Talbot, an army surgeon in the film. * * · Two fine features began a three day engagement Wednesday at the Palace. The acting, casting, directing and ti:e other elements which make for a well executed production, all has been done with finesse. "Keep 'Em Rolling" stars Walter Huston with Rodney, a trooper horse. This picture was taken at Ft. Myers, Va., and shows shots of the Sixteenth field artillery and Third cavalry. The second feature stars Ruth Chatterton and Adolphe Menjou as characters in a story whose roles give these two ample opportunity to exhibit their talents. * * * WYNNE GD3SON IS MOLDER OF MEN. Wynne Gibson molds men as easily as kidg make mud pies, but the results are a bit more lasting in the picture "Aggie Appleby, Maker of Hen" which began a two day run rVednesday at the Iowa. Charles Farrell and William Gargan serve as the molding material. * * * "Her Sweetheart," which com- iletes its run Thursday at the Strand theater, shows Lionel Barrymore as a country doctor who is turned from his usual self to a scheming: faker .until his better na- ;ure is again brought to the surface through the efforts of a faithful ser- r ant (Marie Dressier). * * * Clark Gable, Myrna Loy, Eliza- )eth Allan, Jean Hersholt and Otto Cruger head the cast of "Men in White" which is to begin a four day engagement Saturday at the Cecil. This picture is built around the cx- jeriences of a young surgeon in- erning in a large hospital. * * * FRANCIS LEDERER IN FASCINATING FILM Based upon an interesting prem- se, "Man of Two Worlds" promises .0 be a fascinating picture. The story of the picture deals with a native of the frozen north country tvho is brought to civilization and exposed to the wiles of Elissa Landi. Slim Summerville and Zasu Pitts in CLEAR LAKE JIMMY JOY AND HIS ORCHESTRA THURSDAY-SATURDAY April 19-21 Bargain Prices Both Nights Ladies 36c Gents 41c THOMPSON GYM TO BE DEDICATED Jessie M. Parker Will Give Talk Friday Evening in New Building. THOMPSON, April 18.--Dedication exercises for the new CWA gymnasium at Thompson will tie held Friday night. A full program including a talk by Miss Jessie M. Parker of the Iowa department of education, and a two act musical comedy, "The Dumb Waiter," being staged by home talent, has been arranged. Miss Parker was formerly superintendent of schools in Winnebago county and is well known in this vicinity. "The Dumb Waiter'' is being staged with Ray Jensen of Forest City as director. The cast includes Mrs. H. T. Lathrop, Mrs. Marion Ellefson, Mrs. Theodore Klemearud, Glen Thompson, Lefy Austin, Milton Stewart, Mrs. Alice Shuttleworth, Ernest Osmundson and Theodore Klemesrud. This cast will be supported by a chorus of 40 voices. The parts call for vocal solos by Mrs. Shuttleworth, Milton Stewart, Mrs. Klemesrud, Lefty Austin, Ernest Osmundson and Mr. Klemesrud. There will also be specialties by a "German Band." "Love Birds" complete the double bill which begins a three day run Saturday at the Palace. * * * Sally Blane, Randolph Scott and David Landau are featured in "Heritage of the Desert," the week-end attraction at the Strand. Richard Talmadge in "Pirate Treasure" is also on the bill. * « * A special stage attraction Is now playing at the Iowa theater in conjunction with the picture program. Chief Cherokee Bill is appearing in person in a group of hair-raising western stunts. The chief is an expert marksman both with guns and bow and arrow, and demonstrates unusual skill with a whip. Chin balancing, a trained monkey and other features are included in the act. NOW AND THURS. MAT. 16c EVE. 21c CHILD. lOc IOWA Married or Single' Comedy - Cartoon COMING "LADY FOK A DAT" "HAVANA WIDOWS" "RIGHT TO ROMANCE" ·IT HAPPENED ONE NIGHT "CONVENTION CITY" "FLYING DOWN TO KIO" Added Attraction 'CHIEF CHEROKEE BILL' --In Person-- Hair raising stunts--Rifle and Pistol Shooting -- Balancing-Shoots an apple off a boy's head with bow and arrow. BIG Sow Showing--EN'DS THVBS. MARIE DRESSLER LIONEL BAKRYilOKE "Her Swcethcar," (Christopher BeanV I ATTRACTIONS THRILLS . THR ILLS FRI. C andW. -- MORE THRILLS: First Chapter of the season's outstanding Chapter Play! TALMADGE "Pirate Treasure" A SERIAL SO FlIX OF ACTION AND SUSPKXSE Tt'OU WONDEH WHAT WILL HAPPEN EVERV MOMENT Funeral for Hariman, 71, Is Conducted at Nashua NASHUA, April 18.--Anthann Hartman, 71. for 40 years a resident of Nashua, died Tuesday at the hospital in New Hampton of pneumonia. He was born in Bremer county July 11, 1863. He was engaged in the lively business here for 27 years. He is survived by one brother Fred, Waverly, and one sister, Mrs. Mary Miller, Los Angeles. Funeral services were held at Lundt's funeral home Wednesday afternoon, the Rev. George Staffacher, Waverly, officiating. DINE and DANCE DENISON CLUB ON NORTH KOAJD TO CLEAR LAKE THURSDAY--ADMISSION lOc PER PERSON FOR ALL EVE. Music by a Popular North Iowa Orchestra Lunches -- Tap and Bottled Beer NO COVER CHARGE Old Time Dance Wed.--Wasicek's Orchestra SPECIAL VAUDEVILLE ACTS CHI-P CHEROKEE BILL Admission 25c Fer Person · Greatest Show Value In Town Can one woman's love be more Important than another's life? u T H -NOW.M ftllfi "Journal of a Crime Adolphe Menjou Claire Dodd - Geo. Barbier STARTS TODAY! CECIL ENDS FRIDAY ONE WOMAN ALONE IN A LAND OF DESPERATE MEN and the governor paid her to leave! All the blazing drama you'd expect from a woman like her yi a place like that! Hear Kay sing-- "WHEN TOMORROW COMES" iRDflCORTEZ- LHLEMBOT SPECIAL, ADDED ATTRACTION LAUREL and HARDY in "OLIVER THE STH" CARTOON - PARAMOUNT NEWS LET DR.GABLE tfouk, tempetotutef ONE WOMAN'S ABMS ...ANOTHER'S KISSES tempted. GABLE f A NEW ROMANTIC TEAM BLAZES ACROSS THE SCREENS OF THE WORLD! JEAN WCRSUOLT ELIZABETH ALLAN OTTO KRUGER The CECIL April Screen Triumph

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