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Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, March 16, 1939
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14 THURSDAY, MARCH 16, 1939 60LDFIELD BOY AVERTS DEATH Caught in Current of Stream, Pinned on Fence Near Road GOLDFIELD--Robert, the year old son of Mr. and Mrs Lawrence McCutcheon, farm couple residing three miles north of here, narrowly escaped drowning while enroute to school on Tuesday. The child has to cross the Boone river on the road to school and in walking across the road grade in the water which had overflowet the .roadbed he stepped into the ditch at the side of the road. He was taken by the current of the stream several feet where he was caught in the fence. Fred Smith, a farmer living about 40 rods from the scene o: the accident heard a scream for help and he rushed to boy's rescue The child suffered no ill effects from the accident except a severe drenching. RAY GROSS IS GIVEN 10 YEARS Appeal Bond Placed at $1,000 for Man Sentenced at Algona ALGONA--Ray V. Gross, Algona, appeared before Judge F. C Davidson of Emmetsburg, Wednesday in the Kossuth district court, and was committed to the state reformatory at Anamosa at hard labor for a term not exceeding 10 years to charges of breaking and entering with intent to steal His appeal bond was fixed at 51,000. Gross was caught stealing beer from the Sportsmen Tavern a couple weeks ago. Joe Graff, 23, Hospers, pleaded guilty before Judge Davidson to charges of larceny of a motor vehicle and was given a sentence not to exceed 10 years at the state reformatory for men at Anamosa at hard labor. His appeal bond was fixed at $1,000. Warren C. Hudson, 17, Hawarden, and Raymond N. Dickey, 20, Ashton, were both sentenced on grand larceny charges of a motor vehicle. Hudson was given a sentence not exceeding five years at the .state reformatory at Anamosa and Dickey was given a year's sentence in the county jail. His sentence was suspended and he was paroled to Father Edward J. Nippel of Ashton to whom he is to report every 30 days. Also appearing before Judge Davidson Wednesday was Nels :Christensen, Estherville, who was sentenced on his plea of guilty to grand larceny charges of a motor vehicle. His sentence was not exceeding five years at Anamosa and the appeal bond set at $1,000. Christensen was caught this past week at Spirit Lake after he stole the Dr. M. G. Bourne car here. Joseph Truka, 41, Farmer in Cresco Vicinity. Buried CRESCO--Funeral services were held for Joseph Truka, 41, farmer of west of Cresco,. Tuesday, and burial was at Our Lady of Lourdes cemetery, 15 miles southwest of Cresco, near the Catholic church where the funeral services were conducted by the pastor, the Hev. F. J. Renier. His wife and child survive. Mr. Truka died at the University hospital, Iowa City Services at Algona for Wayne LeRoy, 3, Conducted in Church ALGONA -- Funeral services were held Wednesday afternoon at the Presbyterian church for Wayne LeRoy, 3',-. year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Col well who died Monday afternoon at the Kossuth hospital following an appendix operation. The Rev. C. W. Pfeiffer officiated and burial was made in the Riverview cemetery. He is survived by his sister Lois, and brother, Willis, the latter of Des Moines. Pallbearers were Calvin Wadleigh, Lyle Burbank, Russell Banwart and Charles Pfeiffer. Attend Funeral ROWAN--Mrs. Joe Bradfield of Lake Park returned home with her daughter, Mrs. Jackson, after attending the funeral of her mother, Mrs. Jennie Rowen. Referendum on War Hit by Sieverding Iowa Falls Observes 20th Anniversary of American Legion lOU'A FALLS--While the Ludlow amendment, calling for a referendum on war to the people ol America, has a seductive appea! when considered superficially, il is fraught with grave dangers and will be opposed with all vigor by the American Legion, State Com mandcr V. F. Sieverding o£ Grun dy Center declared in an addres here Wednesday night. The occasion was an observance o£ the Legion's 20th birthday, the first caucus having been called in Paris on March 15, 1919. The local post of the American Legion was host to its auxiliary and to the Community club of Iowa Falls. Kaiser Acted After Election Commander Sieverding harked back to the days preceding America's entry into the World war. He recalled that an election was won on the slogan: "He kept us out of war." "When the returns were in on that election," Mi-. Sieverding asserted, "the kaiser assumed that the United States would not fighl under any conditions. Submarine warfare was resumed without restraint and America was led into a war which otherwise it might have avoided." In the present congress, he pointed out, there are a number ol bills aimed at setting up machinery for a war referendum. Twelve members of congress have identified themselves with these measures as sponsors. . Is Representative Government It would seem to me," said Mr Sieverding, "that this sponsorship is a confession on the part of these men that they are not qualified to represent their constituents, iney should resign and let their places be filled by representatives willing to assume their responsi bilities m a representative democ racy. A war referendum-would represent true democracy, said the Grundy Center veteran. But America has never pretended to be a pure democracy. This form of government was given a trial in ancient Greece centuries ago and it developed into a cruel tyranny. "In America," he added, "there has been an assumption that our representatives were in better position than their constituents to obtain information on vital matters and pass on them more intelligently." Cites Disunion Threat Mr. Sieverding pointed to the threat to national disunion, with the east oivthe south favoring war while the north and the west opposed, or vice versa. The commander denied that the egion is now or ever has been pposed fo freedom of speech. It has insisted on only the restraints written into American law he said--restraints against inciting revolution, restraints against a freedom of speech for anybody which transgresses the rights of other citizens. "Nobody realizes more com- Ietely than do we," he said, "that he one best way to combat false doctrine is to give the people the ruth." Stresses Youth Activity In conclusion Mr. Sieverding sketched the program of service o community and nation developed by the Legion in the two decades since the Paris caucus, plac- ng special emphasis on activities :or youth such as Boy Scoutin" unior baseball and the Hawkeye Boys State. · C. K. Warnock presided as .oastmaster. on appointment by Harry Gardner, post commander The welcome to visitors was extended by Roy Mark, post service officer, and the response was by Tom B. Purcell, community club president. Ralph Harmon, district community service director and W. Earl Hall of Mason City, past state commander, spoke briefly. Entertainment Given The entertainment included Besides community sinigng, a bass horn solo by Jack Larson, two male quartet numbers by Geor»e Johnson. Don Eegspuehler, Stanley Clute and Elwood Backey, saxophone numbers by Shirley Springer and novelty dance numbers by Beverly Kcndrick. with Mrs. F. R. Eggspuehler at the piano for each. Present at the program were a number of men active in organizing the local post, including Dick Oiichrist, first commander The dinner was built about a main- dish of "slumgullion" prepared by members of the Legion post in the most approved army style Dur- HUSBAND THRILLED WITH WIFE'S^ R I C H E R COFFEE O O y j THIS IS WHAT I CALL R M l N I COFFEE! SO RICH-.. . AND WHAT -- SWELL FIAVOR! ) IT'S THE NEW RADIANT ^ROASr MAXWELL HOUSE! A NEW, FAR RICHER BLEND . . . ROASTED BV THE MARVELOUS MEW RADIANT ROAST METHOD 2 GRINDS] DRIP OR I REGULAR BLACKSMITH OF COR WITH DIES Services Saturday lot- F. S. Frisbie, Pioneer of City CORW1TH -- Funeral services will be held at 1 o'clock Saturday afternoon at the First Baptis' , c h u r c h f o r Ferd S. Frisbie 84, p i o n e e r blackmith and w a g o nmaker, wh.o d i e d T h u r s d a y morning f o 1- lowing a week's illness of pneumonia. T h e Rev. Paul William of Humboldt, former pastor h e r e , will officiate, and burial will be in the family lot at Goldfield. Mr. Frisbie had until a yeai ago been active in his occupation for 6i years. He opened a black smith shop here in 1916. Surviving are his 87 year old widow, seven children, 31 grandchildren and 40 great grandchildren. MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE F. S. Frisbie L. F. Heuberger and Hamilton Re-Elected to Board at Chapin CHAPIN--At the annual school election held Monday, T. B. Hamilton and L. F. Heuberger were re-elected for a term of three years each. L. F. Heuberger received 71 votes, T. B. Hamilton 60 votes, E. A. Fredericks 30 votes and Mrs. Sanders 24 votes. This is the third term for Mr. Hamilton and the second term for Mr Heuberger. PLAN RITES OF CRASH VICTIM Phillip Aman First Highway Fatality in Kossuth This Year ALGONA -- Funeral services will be held at 9 o'clock at the St. Benedict Catholic church with Father Kramer officiating for Phillip Aman, 68,, who was killed Tuesday afternoon two miles east of Algona when his car and a truck sideswiped. The truck driven by Arthur Askin, Titonka, was owned fay Harold Miller of that place. Aman's death marks the first auto highway fatality for Kossuth county this year. His left arm was crushed when he had his arm out of the car window in an effort to see the road. Brothers and sisters surviving are Frank of Mount Angel, Ore.; Joe o£ Richpoint, Edward of leaver Dam, Wis.; Mrs. Kate Cennedy, Wesley; Mrs. Frances Meyer, St. Benedict: Mrs. Charles Gilbride, Algona; Mrs. Delia Karl, Beaver Dam, Wis.; Mrs. Anna vlayer, St. Cloud, Minn.; and Mrs. jquise Newman, Grand Hapids Mich. 'Coast to Coast" to 3e Given at Manly MANLY--The American Legion home talent play "Coast to Coast" vill be presented in the high -chool auditorium March 17. A arge cast and a number of choruses will present a three act musical comedy. Miss Anderson is director and Mrs. Harold Rissler vill accompany. There will be no reserved seats. Is in Business for Half Century JACOB PFALT7GRAFF DUMONT--Over TOO attended the fiftieth anniversary celebration held Monday at the hardware store in honor of Jacob Pfaltzjrraff and Son being: in business 50 years in the same location. Robert Pfallzgraff, a grandson and son of the firm, played numbers on his marim- baphone. Hot biscuits and coffee .were served the visitors. They received several beautiful bouquets and baskets of flowers and businessmen of the town gave them a purse of money. ANTON AARHUS, 74, SUCCUMBS Funeral Services Being Arranged for Kensett Man KENSETT--Anton Aarhus, 74, died Tuesday at the county home where he had been an inmate for six years. A brother, Andrew Nelson of Forest City, and a nephew, Alvin Aarhus, Albert Lea, Minn., survive. He had never married He was formerly a resident in Bristol township. Funeral arrangements have not been made. SEEKS $5,000 FROM RAILWAY Fourth Suit Filed as Result of Wreck at Hampton in 1938 ALGONA--Ruth Dreyer, a minor, through her father, Herman Dreyer of Fenton, filed the fourth damage suit in the Kossuth district court Wednesday against the Rock Island and Pacific Railway company with Frank O. Lowden James E. Carman and Joseph B. Flemming, trustees for the company, arising from the accident last Oct. 14 in Hampton. She seeks judgment for 55,000 alleging permanent injury and disfigurement resulting from the collisibn between the E. K. Johnson car .and the streamlined Rocket. Miss Dreyer was a guest passenger in the car as were Mrs Cora Bonn and Mrs. Esther Johnson. The daughter, Marjorie Johnson, was driving her father's car. The four suits now total $45,000 against the railroad company. They were filed by the Linnan and Lynch, Algona law firm and D. M. Kelleher, Fort Dodge attorney. Former Nashua Man Dies in California NASHUA--William C. Sample, who was born in Nashua and grew to young manhood here, died at his home in Los Angeles, CaL The body will be brought here for interment. He retired a few years ago in California. He is survived by the widow, one daughter, Ava Zell and one sister, Mrs. Nellie Tracy, who made her home with him. 89 Year Old Woman From Mallard Dies EMMETSBURG -- Mrs. Sarah Draper, 89, a long-time resident of Mallard, died there Wednesday in the home of a daughter, Mrs. Ben Fish. Besides her daughter she is survived by two sons; Bert Draper of Millard and another son who lives in California. The body is at the Foy funeral home in Emmetsburg pending completion of the funeral arrangements. · HERE and THERE Miscellaneous Items From 125 Globe-Gazette Correspondents in North Iowa and Southern Minnesota JC. M. Gjertson Is Speaker at B. P. W. jroup's Gathering SHEFFIELD--The Business and professional Woman's club held ts meeting Monday evening. A 7 j'clock dinner was served at Wards cafe after which the mem- )ers adjourned to the W. E. Ward lome for their meeting, K. M. Gjertson was the guest speaker and spoke on "Employer and Em- ploye." mg the course of the evening a giant birthday cake with 20 lighted candles, gift of the Legion Auxiliary, was brought in and placed at the speaker's table in front of Commander Sieverding. Fenton Company in Annual Meeting; Re-Elect Officers FENTON _ The annual stockholders' meting of the Fenton Home Oil company was held Tuesday at the school gymnasium. All officers re-elected are as follows: President. J, T. Waite- vice president, E. A. Huskamp; secretary and treasurer, A. H. Hann: directors. A. H, Krause. Ed Weis- srod and John Wegener. G. R Krause is manager. ? M A X W E L L HOUSE Kanawha High School Carnival Is Friday KANAWHA--The annual high school carnival, one of the biggest school events, will be held Friday evening at the high school building. Go to Mason city KENSETT--Mr. and Mrs. Halvor Bjorgo accompanied by Miss 3ertie Bjorgo motored .to Mason -ity Saturday. Weekend Visitors JOICE-J. Wendell Sehar, local andmaster, and wife visited rela- ives at Clarion Sunday. Schalia Abraham left Sunday for Cedar Sapids to visit a week. Mr. and Wrs. Ed Berry visited at Ames Sunday. Their son, Milliard Berry and wife, from Alton, 111, were ilso there. Chris Faaborg of Des Homes is visiting at the Dr. C. W. Peterson home. To St. Edwards, Nebr. FENTON--Mr. and Mrs. Harlie X Peterson and son left Saturday or St Edwards, Nebr., where they vill visit a couple of weeks with heir parents and other relatives. Visits at Cedar Falls LONEROCK--Mrs. M. E. Blan- 1 :hard spent the weekend with her sister, Mrs. Laura Mantor, at Cedar Falls. Mrs. Albert Thompson and daughter, Donna Jean, ot Bancroft stayed at the Blanchard's home. Undergoes Operation LEDYAHD--Mrs. Charles Hilferty underwent a major operation at the hospital in Estherville Wednesday. Attend Last Riles ORCHARD--Mr. and Mrs. Ceylon Cole attended the funeral services of her brother, Roy Dobbs held at Clear Lake Congregational church on Sunday afternoon Visit at Grafton GRAFTON -- Visitors of the weekend were Dorothy Ueker of Rochester, Minn., at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Ueker; Harry Rappath of Dubuque, Evelyn Loots of Calrnar and Berniece Rappath of Mason City all spent the weekend at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Emil Buechele, and Hazel Koehler of Rochester, Minn., at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rhinold Koehler. Guest From Chicago ROCK FALLS-- Miss Margaret Wegener o£ Chicago, III., is visiting at the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wegener. Return From West PLYMOUTH --Mr. and Mrs. Orrin Peshak and two children Lester and Mary Lou, who spent the winter in California returned to their home here Saturday Visits at Staoyville STACYVILLE-Harold Buck of ^orth St. Paul. Minn., spent the weekend with Miss Helen Weber and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Weber. Returns to Luverne HUTCHINS --August Swanson has returned to his home at Luverne following a 10 days' visit here at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Herman Dallman. Visit at Swaledalc SWALEDALE -- The Rev. and Mrs. Gus Dahlberg of Eldora, the Rev. and Mrs. Leo Sandgren, Austin, Minn., and the Rev. A. E Bergland, Bemidji, Minn., spent Monday with the Rev. and Mr* L McCaulley. Visit at Minneapolis SHEFFIELD--Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Baxter were visiting in Minneapolis several days this week. Attends Convention WESLEY _ Mrs. Selma AJne, Deauty shop proorietor at Wesley is spending three days in Des Moines attending a state beauty convention. Visit at Little Cedar KENSETT--Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Thompson spent Sunday at the George Lockie home in Little Cedar. Visit at la Porte City C H E S T E R --Miss K o r e n e Stahnke spent the weekend at her home in La Porte City. Sioux Cityan Visits LEDYARD -- Kenneth Thompson of Sioux City spent the weekend at home with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Thompson. Go to Fulda, IHinn. SWALEDALE -- Mr. and Mrs. Martin Albers and children drove to Fulda, Minn., Sunday. May Busse returned to her home with them. Goes fo Chicago DOUGHERTY -- John Cooney left last week for Chicago after spending several weeks here at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Joe Muller. Parents of Daughter HAMPTON--Mr. and Mrs. William L. Robinson, Jr., are parents of a daughter, Jo Ella, born Saturday at the hospital at Forest City. Visitor From Dakota ALTA VISTA--Milbert Mix of Bismarck, S. Dak., came Saturday to spend several days visiting at the home of his mother, Mrs. John Lauck. Visit at Osage RAKE--Mr. and Mrs. Odell Forslund spent the weekend with his mother, Mrs. Olina Forslund at Osage. Student Visits Home PLYMOUTH -- T h e o d o r e Peshak, a student at State university, Iowa City, spent the weekend vacation with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Peshak, four miles northeast of Plymouth. At Parental Home STILSON--Mrs. George Estelle and brother. Floyd Slagle, drove from Waterloo to visit their parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Slagle, and other relatives here. Visits at Ledyard LEDYARD -- Eddie Ver Steeg, student at Perm colege of Oskaloosa, spent the weeknd at the Ed Reece home. Go to Lake Park WODEN -- Mr. and Mrs. Ben Atzen and William Hemmingson spent Sunday with relatives at Lake Park. From St. James, Minn. GALT--Mr. and Mrs. Ern Rosburg of St. James, Minn., visited relatives here over the weekend. Resumes College Work OTRANTO--Marian Dockstader resumed her college work at Forest City Monday, having had a 10 day vacation. At Anniversaries LUVERNE -- Miss Verla Mae Huston, local home economics teacher, attended a 44th wedding anniversary at Early Sunday for an uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Huston, and a cousin and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Will Huston who had been married 22 years oruthat date. _ ., ·« me t.u-and . Friday and Saturday. Reed Hadley, Vince Barnett, Sugar Kane the picture concludes with a r,=TMi and Paul Sutton are in the sup- for imprisoned h.TM-2 Par °J? nnrrinrT o-^r-t- ,,,V,:i_ rr »··· . »~_i ,. . . State Friday. Jean Rogers, Charles Middleton and Frank Shannon are ,,. - v; -" "·= ^i-icicn sme included in. the cast of this bit of TM lnna , Gombel, Melville Cooper fantasia. "South of Arizona" and _ Keith ' Leona Marical, Ray M "" Event" are on this bill also ~~ OY O.G.K. EDITOR u in H ' dir g," Based on Book by G-Man Hoover, Booked on Friday penned ^^^.^^^ and includes many experiences' J. Carrol .» «»w t.a^i. ni itie public cne- i, Lynne Overman as the F. B. I. agent who pursues them. In other roles a r e W i l l i a m Henry, Helen T w e 1 v etrees, William Frawley, W i l l i a m Collier, Sr., and John Eldredge ..... ~.mtu 6c . iuu ucgm irr Fan - dancer STATE--"First - - Sally Rand illustrates her " P e a c o c k dance" in "Suns e t M u r d e r Case," booked Strand «iu r-dui Button are in the sup- »r imprison porting cast, while Henry King's makes a final orchestra provides the music. B° h! " %t '" ^ Ritter Rides . . . n, ~n. ' ' ' Iu iumi ? h on the stage, telUng him Tex Ritter is on the program tilat she has been employed as a also, in "Song of the Buckaroo," nu ^emaid. itrHh TT«i- T-^II i _ - «*w«, 55vT;i T _·» , e ucaroo," with Jmx Falkenberg and Mary T Ruth. Ja AT THE PALACE Through Thursday Rebuilding new lives out of old ones seems to be the burden of the tale in the Palace theater program which includes "Newsboys' Home" and "Comet Over Broadway." Kay Francis plays the role of a smalltown girl who made good in Comet Over Broadway." Prompted by more than ordinary urgings Miss Francis works to free her misband who has been imprisoned for the murder which she in a way, caused. Advancing from carnival to burlesque to Broadway Miss Francis becomes a famous stage star. Adored Ian ... Naturally, she falls in love in the process and toe adored is Ian Hunter, author and producer She runs away from him once and as MIXED DANCE AVALON BALLROOM Monty, Iowa THURSDAY, MARCH 16 THE SCANDINAVIAN ACCORDION BAND Admission 25c Plus Tax COMING SATURDAY, MARCH 18 EARL HUNT AND HIS ORCHESTRA ^MK^a-OWkMHBiauaAaUHtaMHMMi THURSDAY - FRIDAY In Beautiful Technicolor "Heart of the North" --With--' DICK FORAN GLORIA DICKSON ON OUR STAGE THURSDAY ONLY JIMMY FLEMING'S Honolulu Dance Revue 9 -- BIG ACTS -- 9 One Performance Only 9 p. ALWAYS 2 BIG HITS Ends Kay Francis " Tonite "FIRST LADY" and of Roaring Camp" Kiddies Admitted Saturday Matinee With 5 Milk Bottle Caps Front Sweet Clover Dairy and 5c at Box Office. Chapter 1--"Flash Gordon's Trip to Mars" STARTS FRIDAY P A I G E JJtcepieli W E L L S M ° V1E clay, day. P A ^ A .9. E ~ "Newsboys' Home" and Comet Over Broadway" end Thursday. "Persons in Hiding" Friday. S L* A . ND -- " SI y Pirates" and Straight, Place and Show" end Thursday. "Sunset M u r d e r Case and "Song of the Bucka- »' begin Friday. --IE--"First Lady" and "Luck of Roaring Camp" end Thurs. day. "South of Arizona" and Mam Event" and Flash Gordon serial begin Friday ^V^f" Lake -"He«l of the North" through Friday. husband, ·,,; r V"T "'c-ik with him to - . I ? a , c . h to her husband and a quiet life. From her husband, she has concealed the facts of her f --" " the stage, telling him the injured shade too - -......., tl i lllc cast per- quietly and well in this story is on the far-fetch side. Gombel, Melville Cooper, Mayer, Vera Lewis and others are in the cast. Odd Ideas ... Jackie Cooper plays the part ol a bay whose father, a sheriff in Nebraska, is killed by a gunman. Jackie leaves home, determined to avenge his father. He wcrlcs his way to a metropolitan center where he finds work selling papers and takes up his residence in the newsboys home founded by the publisher of the paper. Come now the death of the publisher, the decline of the paper due to daughter-owner's odd ideas about journalism, a circulation war which winds up in a street fight between employes of rival papers. Jackie discovers the murderer of his father and all ends well. Others in the cast are Edmund Lowe, Wendy Barrie, Edward Norris, Samuel S. Hinds, Irving Pickel and a group of "Little Tough Guys." At Montevideo, Minn. SHEFFIELD--S. O. Ingebretson was in Montevideo, Minn., this week looking after farm interests. Friday, Huck 'Shaffer St. Patrick's Dance _«£ At the Organ .-OV DOC LAWSON AND HIS ORCHESTRA i 36e - Itc--TAX INCL. SUN.--PAUL MOORHEAD Also DittcC'CUss 8:45 t« 9:30 Then Beralar Dancinf ' aiic - OOc -- T»i Included SPECIAL WED., MARCH 3 HERBIE HOLMES And His Orchestra Streamlined Southern S»!nr Ladlcj 40c - Gents Me - Plui LATE BUS FBI. - SAT. - SUS. Friday Mat. 26c 'til 5 p. Last Friday Everyone Said "A Great "Man Votes" Was a Great Show! AGAIN ... This FRIDAY The CECIL PALACE Offer Another Show as Good! Be sure to see it as it is here FRIDAY ONLY ENDS THURSDAY NIGHT Alice Fayc - Constance Bennett Joan Davis - Nancy Kelley "TAIL SPIN" NOTE: All Children Must Have a Iflc Ticket. Coming Technicolor Reigns Supreme Again! For the First Time You Are Able to See tne True Beauty of Shirley--Her Face, Her Hair, Her Clothes! --plus-Mickey Mouse Cartoon "MICKEY'S TRAILER" CHARLIE MCCARTHY Sat., March 25. EDGAR BERGEN - w. c. FIELDS m You Can't Cheat an Honest Man" Ends Thurs. Night Kay Francis, "Comet Over Broadway," and Jackie Cooper, "Newsboy's Home." Starts SATURDAY MKOIC lOMSARB'S MOST OBAMATfC «0lt AstDiyofTODAYand lOI^lGHT, as if it were YOUI --plus Kent Taylor "Pirates of the Skies" '.;'Sf^.; '?. COMING SAT., SIARCH 25 "SON OF FRANKENSTEIN" Ends Thurs. Night Ritz Bros. "Straight, Place and Show" Also "Exposed" YOUR FAMILY THEATER 16c FRf. and SAT. Marshal f~"f- 4 of Law! 3Iaster of Men! He Fights for Right! TEX RITTER "SONG "OF THE BUCKAROO" Plus Co-Feat, SALLY RAND -- In-"Sunset Murder Case" Also Chap. 4 "LONE RANGER KIDES AGAIN" Also Mickey Mouse Cartoon COMING SUNDAY Harry Carey - Tim Holt --In-"Law West of Tombstnn*--' V

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