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GREENE HONORS JUDGE GRAVEN Business and Professiona Men Hold Dinner; 120 Are Present. GREENE--The local Association ..of Business and Professional men at Greene, with C.. M. Frudden as president, sponsored a 6:30 dinner and entertainment in honor of Judge H. N. Graven at the Presbyterian church Thursday night -The committee in charge of the affair was A. B. Mahnke, Dr. H G. MacLeod, R. R. Swab C V Cave and H. W. Dralle. W. C Moon served as toastmaster. The welcome was by C. M. Frudden. Judge M. F. Edwards was the principal speaker and spoke of the ^owa capitals, from that of Dubuque to the present day. W. T Davidson of Allison representec the newspapers of Butler county with a talk, and Attorney Cartel ot Clarksville talked for the Butlei Â·county bar association. Judge Graven gave the closing address. He said that should he ever retire to private life, there was no place in which he would rather live than among his friends and neighbors at Greene. One hundred and twenty of hu bar associates and friends of Butler county were present. Music was furnished by the local high school orchestra and vo- 'cal sextet. The ladies' aid society oC the Presbyterian church served ."the dinner. 'Sheffield Pastor to Go to Bostwick Lake SHEFFIELD--The Rev. Henry .L. itust, pastor of the First Bap' tist church at Sheffield the past 8 years, resigned to accept a call to the pastorate of the Congregational church at Bostwick Lake, near RocUford, Mich. Mr. Rust will deliver his farewell sermon here Sunday morning. Your Federal Income Tax No. 22 Deductions for Contributions. The amount to be recovered by depreciation is the cost oC the property, if acquired by purchase after February 28, 1913. If ac, quired by purchase prior to thai, date, the basis is the cost of the property, less depreciation sustained prior to March 1, 1918, or .Â·the value on; March 1, 1813, "'whichever is greater. Â· ' _ : ; ',: The proper allowance for de- Â·Â·preciation is that amount which should be set aside for the tax- 'able year in accordance with a reasonably consistent plan (not necessarily, a uniform rate), whereby the aggregate amount so set aside, plus the salvage value, will at the end oÂ£ the useful life of the property equal the cost or other basis 'of the property. .' The depreciation rate of a build- Â·ing is not based upon the number of years it will stand before being condemned and razed, but on ,the number oE years it will re-main habitable or serviceable for -the purpose for which constructed. ' IE the taxpayer builds a new building, the period over which depreciation may be claimed begins at the time the building is completed and capable of being used. Buildings under construction are not subject to a depreciation -allowance. . If it is clearly shown that, bc- ;cause of economic or other conditions, properly must be abandoned at a date prior to the end ;Â»Â£ its normal useful life, so that depreciation deductions alone are insufficient to return the cost or other basis, a reasonable deduction for obsolescence may be allowed in addition to depreciation. No deduction for obsolescence is Â·permitted because, in the opinion of the taxpayer, the property may become obsolete at some future date. Howard Barker, High S c h o o l Wrestling Coach Gives Talk Howard Barker, high school wrestling coach, lold the Hi-Y members at (he Y. M. C. A. Wednesday night about the slate wrestling meet held at Fort Dodge. Mr. Barker told the hoys, how pairings were made, methods used in officiating and the handling of the meets. After the regular talk the speaker gave the group an opportunity to ask questions about the sport oC wrestling. This forum discussion brought some fine illustrations about the .sport. Art Fisciibecfc announced that the next meeting night would be in the form of "fun night." The club voted not to hold their regular meeting on March 17 as so many of the fellows would be taking part in the teacher's convention program and entertainment. Move Near Glenville. GORDONSVILLE, Minn.--The Jay Turbelt family moved to a farm northeast of Glennville. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Ingebritsen have moved to the S. R. Buchanan farm and the Anton Sidney family from Clarmont, Minn., to the W, J. Reynolds farm. Hostesses o Circle. Â· ROCKWELL-- Mesdames Emil Theilon, W. F. Mueller and Henr.v Arnrit entertained the Mission circle oC the Lutheran church Thursday afternoon. .MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE. MARCH'S Â· 1937 Paul Muni, Luise Rainer Academy Award Winners Vienna Actress and Veteran of Stage, Screen Honored by Film Industry. By HOMER McCOY HOLLYWOOD, Cal., (P)--Golden statuettes, the academy awards for motion picture greatness-and irreverently known as "Oscars"--were proud possessions Friday of Paul Muni, stage and screen veteran, and Luise Hainer, comparative ' newcomer from Vienna. The two highest honors of the Academy oÂ£ Motion Picture Arts and Sciences were presented at a gala affair Thursday night attended cnmasse by the film colony. Muni's performance in the title role of "The Story of Louis Pasteur," was adjudged ihe best work done by a motion picture actor in 1936. Miss Rainer, as glamorous Anna Held in "The Great Ziegfeld," won the prize for actresses. Outcome as Expected. The customary storm of controversy did not develop when the winners were announced. The results had been predicted quite accurately. Muni has expressed belief that his work as Pasteur, the French scientist, was his most satisfying in motion pictures. Miss Rainer gained her signal honor in her second film here. Critics generally believed Spencer Tracy as the priest in "San Francisco" ran Muni the closest race. The other three nominations Cor best actor were .Gary Cooper ("Mr. Deeds Goes to Town"), Waller Huston ("Dodsworth") and William Powell, ("My Man Godfrey.") Capra Besl Director. Pitted against Miss Rainer were Irene Dunne in "Theodora Goes Wild," Gladys George in "Valiant is the Word for Carrie," Carole Lombard in "My Man Godfrey," and Norma Shearer in "Romeo and Juliet." Frank Capra, whose work is :haracterizcd by deft lightness and slightly mad whimsy, won the award for direction for the second consecutive year, with his comedy hit "Mr. Deeds Goes to Town." The year before he scored wilh "It Happened One Night." It was generally felt that it would have been no mistake, either to give the prize to W. S. "One Take" Van Dyke for his direction of "San Francisco." The production award of merit for "The Great Ziegfeld" aroused, uerhaps the most argument by "experts." Brcnnau. Gets. Mention. Walter Brennan, 'as Swede Bos- tirom in "Come and Get It," was selected as the best supporting actor oÂ£ the year. Gale Sonder- Â»aard, the lire wish,- canny Faith 11 "Anthony Adverse," was the outstanding supporting actress. Other awards included: Cinematography, Tony Gaudio for Anthony Adverse;" sound recording, Douglas Shearer for the quake scenes in "San Francisco'" art direction, Richard Day for 'Dodsworth;" assistant direction Tack Sullivan for "The Charge of the Light Brigade," writing (Screen Play) Sheridan Gibney and Pierre Collings for "The Story of Louis Pasteur," and writing (original story) to the name pair. Walter Disney, wilh his Mickey Mouse "Country Cousin," won he best cartoon award for the fifth consecutive year. A special award, last year given to David Wark Griffith pioneer film producer, was bestowed upon "The March of rime, screen news feature. All winners received statuettes --heavy gold-plated figures O C nude males--"Oscars." The "Oscars" glitter brightly on grand jiano tops--and make excellent door stops as well. PAUL MUNI I.O.O.F.DANCE MASON CITY Saturday, March 6 MAC'S ROYAL ENTERTAINERS 25c Per Person MIRROPHONIC TO BE AT PALACE New and Improved Sounc Recording System Will Start Saturday. The new and improved Mirrophonic: sound system is being installed at the Palace theater and will first be heard by movie patrons Saturday, Manager J. H. Walters announced Friday. On the opening Mirrophonic prqgi-am will be the headline sensation. "Black Legion," which describes the activities of that hooded organization, while "Two Wise Maids" is the other piece of film fare to be offered in connection with the inaugural Mirro- phonic program. Mrs. Mather President . of P. E. 0. at Greene GREENE--Election of local P. E. O. officers at the home of Mrs. D. H. Ellis, resulted as follows: President, Mrs. Charles Mather; vice president, Mrs. Clyde Frudden; recording secretary, Mrs. E Thompson; corresponding secretary.,Mrs. F. A. Munneke; treasurer, Mrs. Daisy Miner; chaplain, Mrs. Dayton Mather; guard, Miss Grace Ellis; pianist, Mrs.. G. A. Carney. Â· Â·- FRIDAY ONLY is the Sensational Day at the NEW CECIL and PALACE Friday - Saturday 3 BIG UNITS IGc "FLYING HOSTESS" "WILD BRIAN KENT" "FLASH GORDON" Matinee Saturday 2:30 SUNDAY - MONDAY 2 Great Features Pat O'Brien - Sybil Jason "The Great O'Mallcy" --plus-"HIDEAWAY GIRL" with Martha Raye, Shirley Ross Continuous Sun. 1:00-11:00 lflc-26c $SCR Thrills! Action! Drama! Johnny Mack Brown --in-"UNDERCOVER MAN" FRIDAY NIGHT ENO $ M j l i e r y ! nominee! EicUemenl! BILL BOYD --in -- "Go-GeL-Em Hainos" Shell* Tcrrj- - Eleanor Hunt ENTERTAINMENT FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY TEX RITTER "Arizona. Days" COMING SUNDAY LAUREL and HARDY in "OUR RELATIONS" AND "TARZAN ESCAPES" SHIRLEY TEMPLE --In-"LITTLE MISS MARKER" EDDIE RICKENBACKER "ACE DRUMMOND" NEWS FLASHES FOUR GREAT UNITS Mat. IGc Eve. 21c Kiddies lOc ELEVEN MOVIE By D. B. K. DOUBLE FEATURE BILL IS BOOKED FOR CECIL Heading a double feature film program booked at the Cecil for Saturday is "You Only Live Once," a human drama s t a rring Sylvia S i d n e y a n d Henry Fonda. A great supporting cast includes B a r t o n MacLanc, J e a n Dixon, William Garffan, the late Charles "C h i c" Sale, W a r r e n II y m E r a n d Guinn Williams. Also to be seen in the f i r s t SYLVIA SIDNEY double feature bill booked at the Cecil in months will be "No Man of Her Own," in which Clark Gable and Carole Lombard are starred. K S *? Mr. and Mrs. Tom Arthur send word from Los Angeles, Cal., that they are enjoying themselves immensely visiting the moom pic studios and mingling with the screen stars in and near Hollywood. . . . The Arthurs (he is general manager here of the Cecil, Palace and Strand picture palaces) left a few weeks ago by the southern route for a long-awaited trek to the sunny climes of California. . . . The roaming theater folk Â· are expected to return within a few weeks. llobci-l Warwick is playing the role of Lord Warwick in "The Prince and the Pauper," .while a few miles away at another studio the real Earl of Warwick is playing in another picture. . . . Such is Hollywood with its strange reel and real world. . . . Gene Autry has purchased a song composed by a lifer doing time in the Oklahoma state penitentiary and will use it in his next film. . . . Screen and publication credits for the song will be identified by the convict's-penal number, since Oklahoma laws prohibit the use of the author's name. "East of Java" and "Panic in the Air" were banned from China last year because they showed Chinese in menial positions; "Devil Doll, "The Green Pastures" and "Man Who Could Work Miracles" were banned from the same country because they dealt with the supernatural, and "Sons O' Guns" was banned because of objections raised by the German representative in China. . . . Also refused showings in China in 1936 were "Dracula's Daughter," "Flash Gordon," "Alt American Chump" and "Don't Turn 'Em Loose." * * a "Black Legion," an expose of the hooded night riders who terrorized Michigan and only recently were sentenced for their activities, will open at the Palace Saturday as the MOOSE Old-Time DANCE Saturday, March 6 Kelly's Kellodians Dancing- 8:30 till 12. Lunches 25c Per Person. MOVIE MENU CECIL--"Breezing H o m e " Friday. "You Only Live Once" anfl "No Man of Her Own" start Saturday. PALACE--"Bi-cezingr Home" Friday. "Black Lesion" ami "Two Wise Maids" start Saturday. S T K A N D -- "Little M i s s Marker" and "Arizona Days" through Saturday. S T A T E -- "Gn-Get-'Em- Haines" and "Undercover Ulan" through Saturday. LAKE--(Clear Lake)--"Wild Brian Kent" and "Flying Hostess" through Saturday. Given Surprise Shower. RUDD--The Standard Bearers surprised their leader, Mrs. Charles Cords, Wednesday evening wilh a handkerchief shower at her home. first attraction to be shown on the new and improved Mirrophoniu sound system which has been installed there. In this stark film version of the Black Legion are Humphrey Bo- Rart, seen as the Legion's killer; Dick Foran, victim of a Black OLD TIME DANCE EVERY FRIDAY SATURDAY MODERN DANCE BENNETT-GRETEN Coming Tucs. Mar. 9 Only Couples Will Be Admitted Adm. 51.50 a Couple Tax Incl. Booth Reservations if Desired at Â§1.00 and Â§1.50 Per Booth. Make Reservation Now! R I D E T H B B U S Special l e a v e s Uic Surf for Mason Clly al I o'clock every Saturday ,il s ht Legion mob, Ann Sheridan, -Joseph Sawyer, E r i n O'Brtcn- Moorc, Uobci-t Barrat, Addison Itichai-ds and numerous lesser characters. Second feature to be screened is 'Two Wise Maids," which features Alison Slcipworth and Polly nioran in a story of schooldays in New York's turbulent east side. Orville Hough Buys Newspaper in Dumont DUMONT--Mrs. 2. B. Kilson, editor ot the Dumont Journal since Jan. 13, 1320, has sold her paper to Orville Hough, who has been helper in the Journal office for several years. Mr. Hough moved to Lohrville last fall and returned here in February to work again. Mrs. Kilson has been in the newspaper business for 39 years and came here from Bristow. She is retiring from the business world and will become n homcmnUer. MRS, NOBLE OF RIGEVILLE DIES Funeral Will Be Held on Sunday; Husband, 7. Children Left. Â· - R 1 C E V I L L E--Mrs. Joseph Noble. 75, died at 6:15 o'clock Thursday evening at her home in Hiceville. For many years she lived 3 miles west of town, moving to Riceville a few years ago. Surviving are her husband and seven children, Floyd, Meredith, Mervin, west of town, Mrs. A. G. Dunton of Riceville, Mrs. Vinson ot California, Pearl at home and Orphn, a teacher in Illinois. Funeral services will he held Sunday al the M. E. church wilh the Rev. Mr. Nack and the Kev. Curri". Mavis, now at the Free Methodist school . at Wessington Springs, in charge. Campfire Girls at Allison Get Charter ALLISON--The Wapsie Campfire girls have received their charter from the National Organization of Campfire Girls. Officers ^fj the local camp are: Guardian, Edith E. Green; assistant, Mrs. H. A. Tiepp; president, Eva Green; vice president, Faythe Brooks; secretary, Marjorie Speedy; treasurer, Janet Fischer. Ill With Fever. BUFFALO CENTER--Mrs. \Vessel Hassebroeck, west of town, is quite ill with lung fever. A VERY * ra THEATRE Â·* GARNER, IOWA Sun., Mnn., Tiles., Mar. 7, 8, 3 Tim I.aue-liK Start Kifihl Where "The Thin Man" left off. Wm. Powell-Myrna Lny "After the Thin Man" STARTS SATURDAY For j-our complete enjoyment and entertainment wo a r e happy to announce that the Palace theatre is now equipped with the new--the improved WESTERN ELECTRIC MIRROPHONIC SOUND SYSTEM Guaranteeing' the best In sound reproduction! seHOOLDAY HtiWUDAYt \ The Story the Nation Whispered Now Thunders From the Screen! 50,000 Murderers Exposed! For 30 Pieces, of Silver They'll Give You the Privilege of Killing Your Neighbor! 1,1* COMING ATTRACTIONS "SMART BLONDE!' "MAMA STEPS OUT" JOE E. BROWN in "WHEN'S YOUR BIRTHDAY" MAXWELL ANDERSON'S "WINTERSET" BOOTH TARIUNGTON'S "PENUOD AND SAM" "SEA DEVILS" Brothers of biitth- cry--America's Secret S o c i e t y of Fiends unmaskert before your very eyes! ^A Â·vi^M HI ^BHW m 1KION with Humphrey BOGART D I C K F O R A N A N N S H E R I D A N D I C K I E J O N E S Liberty Magazine 4 * * * * IIITII IOWA'S FINEST THEATRE STARTS SATURDAY Big Double Feature Program ^^^_^^^^^ ^^^ Â·"*JiiM.Â»j ^_Â»a.' II.L .: IV J. VVS.J. i H J i l i V j O l J U l / X J J 4T^ Superb Attractions, the Best Combination of ^jJJaf Screen Entertainment Ever Offered in Mason City HOME OF MIRROrilONIC SOUND Together a (r a i n-the romantic stars of "The Trail of the Lonesome Pine.' ! SYLVIA SIDNEY ' TIME MAGAZINE S A Y S . . . "Tile picture, 'You Only Live Once.' sets a pace \vliicli 1037 may find hard to beat!" Red Hot and Beautiful Did you hear the latest: He stole a kiss ... and she stole his heart! CLARK GA Carole Lombard --in-"NO MAN OF HER OWN" with DOROTHY MACKAILL NOTE--YOU CAN COME AS LATE AS 10 O'CLOCK SATURDAY NIGHT AND SEE A C O M P L E T E SHOW! This menus complete pro^rnm of coming aUraclions, Paramount Is 7 c\vs and both feature pictures!