Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on April 19, 1934 · Page 16
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 16

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, April 19, 1934
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SIXTEEN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE APRIL 19 1934 STOCK LOSS IN BLAZE 31 HEAD Barn on George Manus Farm Destroyed by Flames at Northwood. NORTHWOOD, April 19.--The barn and Us contents on the George Manus farm four miles southwest of town were destroyed by a fire of unknown origin early Wednesday. Four horses, six cows, nineteen sheep and two hogs were included in the contents burned. A poultry house and a number of chickens were also burned. Prompt response to phone calls on the part of neighbors and several from town brought a large number to the place within a few minutes, making it possible to save the other buildings. A hog ehed and corn crib were on fire at one time but the flames were quenched by the fire fighters with but little damage. AUCTION SALE -- of -Livestock and Farm Machinery at COLE'S SALES BAKN Friday, April 20,1 P. M. Auctioneer, W. 3. DORSET TERMS, CASH Bible Study Project Started in Iowa Now Is National in Scope IOWA- FALLS, April 19.--A movement started two years ago in the Iowa town of DeWitt and, founded on the idea of studying the Bible, has become nationwide in scope and is directed, to a large extent, from Iowa Falls. This is the Bible study club, of which Mrs. William E. Butler, -wife of the local M. E. pastor, is executive secretary. The affiliated clubs meet week days and also have Sunday units ·which meet as a class in church schools. The club work is carriec on by correspondence and may be taken individually or in club units. Mrs. Rose Tolston of Davenport is executive president and Miss Marie Nielsen of DeWitt is the executive vice president. With the aim of spreading Bible information among young people, the group was organized and is open to any woman above high school age. The course, extending over eight years, is concluded with the awarding of a diploma. All of Instructors at Rowan Are Re-elected ROWAN, April 19.--All of the teachers in the Rowan school were re-elected: Herbert Pesch, superintendent; W. T. Edgren, principal; Miss Franz, English; Miss Van Dyke, music; Miss Walpole, home economics, and grade teachers, Miss Given, Miss Shafer, Miss Brandon and Miss Baker. RAQUEL WILL WED BROKER for tempting menu suggestions eonsult this list of delicious products by Deckers Decker's Vacuum Cooked Bam Mild, mellow and tender and, oh, so easy to prepare. A few containers in your refrigerator are your assurance of a quick meal at any time. Decker's Smoked Country Style ·Pore Fork Sausage Carefully made from selected trimmings and pure spices--ideal to serve with baked macaroni or scalloped potatoes. Decker's FUetO-Loin Bacon The aristocrat of Canadian Bacon. Try a piece Sunday. baked for dinner Decker's Braunschwelger Sausage Adds new flavor to the Dutch Lunch or in-between snack. Health- · ful too, its liver content IB rich in vitamins. Decker's Chili Con Came Either concentrated in Visiting tubes or vacuum cooked In containers with beans. Carefully made -from choice ingredients, full of dash, snap and goodness. Keep a few containers on your reserve ahelf. Decker's lowana Ham Mildly c u r e d and thoroughly smoked over the glowing embers of genuine hickory wood--serve it baked, broiled, boiled or fried. Decker's lowana Bacon The all-purpose food for breakfast, sandwiches, salads, seasoning, etc. Delightfully sweet and mild. Decker's lowana Lard 100% Pure Leaf Lard Open Kettle Rendered. The best shortening for pastries or deep fat frying. LAST BUT NOT LEAST Decker's Vacuum Cooked Frankfurters . . Stuffed in Visking Jackets, vacuum cooked to preserve ill their wholesome goodness and flavor for you. Keep a few cans of Decker's Vacuum Cooked Hams, Chili Con Carne and Frankfurters on hand for guests, expected or unexpected, or other food emergencies. Stephen- M. Ames, 35 year old New York broker, and Raquel Torres, 22 year old film actress, are photographed at Los Angeles as they filed notice of Intention to wed. It will be the second marriage venture for Ames, divorced husband of Adrienne Ames, screen actress, and the first wedding for Mis* Torres, who came to Hollywood from her native Mexico. Rites for Ole Munson Are Held in Kanawha KANAWHA April 19.--Funeral services were held Monday in the Kanawha Lutheran church for Ole Munson, 55, who died in a Mason City hospital. The Rev. N. A. Gangsei officiated. Mr. Munson leaves his wife and nine children. Burial was made in the Kanawha cemetery: Minnesota Plans Warfare on Grasshoppers With 57 Counties Now Signed Up ST. PAUL, April 19. (S)--Minnesota, under leadership of A. G. Ruggles, state entomologist, University Farm, is making active preparations for warfare against grasshoppers this spring and summer. Thirty-seven counties have al- ·eady signed up for a vigorous war- are against the pests, says Mr. Ruggles. Each of these counties will organize according to the plan that roved BO effective last year and the 'ear before.. The county agent will e the county campaign manager. Each township will have; a chairman, responsible to the county agent, having under him foremen in charge of bait-mixing and bait scattering crews. There will be about four of these crews to each ownship. Organization has been completed in many of the counties, and T. L. Aamodt of the state department of agriculture, and H. L. Parten of the division of entomology at University Farm are now out in the field meeting with groups 'in infested counties, and completing arrangements for the immediate scattering of poison bait when the zero hour arrives. The aim is to prevent any possibility of the "hoppers" getting the jump on the farmers. Nearly 400 Minnesota Autos Tagged by Road Patrol for Violations At Mason City THEATERS a? R. J. P. WARNER GLAND'S NATIONALITY. Warner Oland. famous for his characterizations of Fu Manchu and other orientals and half castes, was born in Umea, Sweden. With his parents he moved to this country when he was a small child and was educated in Boston schools. In "Mandalay," showing through Friday at the Cecil, Oland portrays the role of Nick, a rich underworld character and resort owner in Rangoon, Burma. * * * "Keep 'Em Rolling," which completes its engagement Friday at the Palace theater, has a . true background in army records. Rodney, an 3 year old dark bay, distinguished himself in Cuba in the Spanish-American war, pulling artillery, pieces nto position after his teammates cere exhausted or wounded. At the Jose of the war Rodney -was re- ST. PAUL, April 19. Cff--In the past week 1,407 motor vehicle drivers have been stopped and nearly 400 tagged by the state highway patrol for violation of headlight weight and brake laws* John F Arnoldy, state chief announced today. Other drivers have been required to apply for drivers licenses, 1934 license plates as the patrol swung into its. regular spring traffic regulation wort Truck weights are being closely watched on restricted highways to protect the roads for the public. Of 806 drivers stopped, 305 were found to be operating with defective headlights, or 38 per cent. Of 601 automobiles and trucks stopped for overloading and defective brakes 76 were violating the law, or 12 per cent the patrol announced. Portable light testing screens ant weighing machines have been usee recently at Farmington, Elk River Anoka, Hopkins, Forest Like, White Bear, Rosemont, Bloomington and Shakoppe, all in the Twin Cities area. Wedding Anniversary of Decorah Couple Observec DECORAH, April 19.--Mr. and Mrs. John Harter, 507 Decorah ave. celebrated their fiftieth wedding an niversary at their home in Decorah Mr. Harter has been a resident o: Winneshiek county since 1882 com ing here at that time from his home in Schwindratzheim, Alsace. He was married in 1884 to Miss Elizabeth Hilleman of Pleasant township, wh was one of the first white children born in Winneshiek county. Mrs Roy Dickson, Waukon, and Mrs. Helme Hanson of Decorah are their chil dren. Charles Staley Succumbs Suddenly Near Bradforc BRADFORD, April 19.--Charles Staley died suddenly while at work in the field Tuesday. His wife and six children survive him. turned to Ft. Myer, Va., where he was rewarded for his valiant services by being allowed the run of the reservation. Came the day, finally, when his number was up, and he was mercifully destroyed and buried with honors by the battery. Ruth Chatterton and Adolphe Meujou perform capably in "Journal of a Crime." a picture which fairly leans on the two stars. This film completes the double bill. * * * "HERITAGE OF THE DESERT." Zane Grey, who has gone far in immortalizing the frontier days of the southwest, wrote one of his finest stories in "Heritage of the Desert," and the author is fortunate that such a capable' performer as Randolph Scott .has devoted himself to the portrayal of the leading roles in several of his novels when they are screened. This picture plays Friday and Saturday at the Strand on the same bill as "Pirate Treasure," a new seriall which begios this week. * * * Buck Jones and Dorothl Rerier are featured in "Fighting Ranger,' story of the Mexican border which is billed Friday and Saturday at the Iowa theater. *" * * Clark Gable heads a capable cast in "Men of White," a picture showing the inner workings of a large hospital. Gable has the role of a brilliant young interne in this film which begins a four day run Saturday at the Cecil. * * » PALACE FILM BASED ON INTERESTING IDEA Presenting an extremely interesting idea from a sociological point of view, "Man of Two Worlds!' starts a four day run Saturday at the Palace. Francis Lederer plays the part of an Eskimo which is transplanted from his native land to our warmer climate and more intricate pattern of living. Pitts and Summer-wile pro- JIMMY JOY AND HIS ORCHESTRA THURSDAY-SATURDAY April 19-21 Bargain Prices Both Nights Ladies 36c Gents 41c vide merriment in "Love Birds' which completes the bill. · · * Returning for a two day run Sunday and Monday at the Iowa is "Lady for a Day," a fine picture. * * * "Fugitive Lovers," with Robert Montgomery, Madge Evans and Ted Healy, returns Sunday and Monday to the Strand. Nevada Lawyer New NRA Legal Adviser DES MOINES, April 19. (JP-John J. Hughes, Iowa director of the NRA National Emergency council, announced the appointment of Paul B. Welty of Nevada, attorney, as legal adviser. His duties will have to do with legal aspects of investigations handled by the Iowa NRA offices. Mrs. Buckman Named Head of Nora Springs P. T. A. NORA SPRINGS, April 19.--The P. T.. A. gave its last meeting of the year Tuesday evening. The following were elected for the coming year: President, Mrs. H. J. Buckman; vice president, the Rev. J. E. De Long; secretary and treasurer, Miss Doris Long. The program consisted of a piano selection by Mr. Tracy, talk by Miss Fannie Hoell, MAJOR W 4FEATUREI county superintendent, musical readings by Miss Doris Long, reading by Miss Adelaide Wamstad and a dance by Doris Behne and Elinor Dare Ellis. Will Build Garuge. GLENVILLE, Minn., April 19.-George Lang bought a lot north of the Whiteoil filling station from Charles Eckert and will build a frame repairing garage 36x40 on it in. the near future. Start Paving May 1. COULTER, April 19.--Levi Conner and his crew from Hampton are busy cutting down trees and moving telephone poles preparatory to grading the road between Latimer and Coulter. Pavement will begin about May 1. With ADOLPHE MENJOTJ Claire Dodd, Geo. Barbler -- AND -KEEP A heart-stirring saga of a. war horse that will move you to laughter and cheers! WALTI* HUSTON I I A N C I S DII ROLLING NOW SHOWING PALACE! Coming Saturday: Snmrnervliif-Pltts ""LOVE BLRDS" and "Man ot Two Worlds" STRAIGHT EDGED COGS OF TEMPERED RUBBER -- U. i, boildi the only tirei utilizing th« -famous cogwheel principle of trtod design--jqunre-faeed, sharp-edged, deep-ridged blocks of solid rubber that dijjn and hold foil! And that extra-safe tread Isjietthe rubber of ordinary Km --it's TEMPERED RUBBER, lh« toughest known. TEMPERED RUBBER wears so much more slowly--stands punishment so much better--that In U. S. Tires you get super- safety for thousands of eirra miles. TEMPERED RUBBER tread will still grip the rood sofely long after ordinary tires ore smooth and dangerous. Come In and lit us fell yov the whale story of TEMPERED RUBBER. PROLONG TIRE SAFETY LENGTHEN TIRE L I F E . . . . Only U. S. PEERLESS TIRES 4:40x21 $5.70 4:50x20 '. _..$6.20 4:75xl9 . $6.90 5:00xl9 - $7.40. 5:00x20 $7.65 builds T I R E S of John Gallagher, Inc. PONTIAC MOTOR CARS and SERVICE "Get a Straight Eight for Your Money" 27 SECOND STREET S, E. PHONE 1567 OLD TIME DANCE Saturday, April 21 Eagles Hall HARRY ROBERTS, King of Old Time dance tunes, and bis 5-plcco orchestra. 35c Couple Public Invited IOWA Now "AGGIE APPLEBY" MAKElt OF MEN WITH CHARLES FARRELL WVNNE GIBSON, ZASU PITTS. WILLIAM GAKGAN BETTY F0RNESS ADDED ATTRACTION "Chief Cherokee Bill" IK PERSON IIAIH RAISING STCNTS-BIFM AND I-ISTOL SHOOTING--CHIN BAIANC INC--BOW AND ARROW ACT-TRAINED MONKJEX Mat. 16c; Eve. 2Ic; Children IQc STARTS FRIDAY 'In- . FIGHTING RANGER With DOROTHY REVIER THE FIRST TIME IN MASON CIIT Read the Want Ads;| ] Free Bend Cooctn In front of Strand at 1Z:8 Saturday. 2 BIG ATTRACTIONS Coming Sun. ROBT. MONTGOMERY Us C.ECII; Her Magic Flames Anew! KAY FRANCIS -TODAY- ENDS FRIDAY --in-"Mandalay' --with-RICARDO CORTEZ LYLE XALBOT Special Added Attraction LAUREL HARDY in "Oliver the 8th" -- STARTS SATURDAY! -GABLE SCORES AGAIN! Let Dr. Gable Take Your Temperature! I L'ltfl

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