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March 18, 1939

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 3

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I TWO IN FAMILY DIE SAME DAY Brother and Sister Both Succumb as Result of Stroke ^^° NA -^ iKam Wetzel, 51 Thip farmer, and hi' Erwin Bender, 43 -th died Thursday Tfered a stroke in bed lenly Thursday eve- TI^~~ ""-," ome ' His sister, Mrs Bender, who suffered a stroke four weeks ago, died Thursday morning in a Croston, Nebr., hoi Her home is at Westgate where funeral services wiU be held Sun- riS'' ^ er husba «d and two chil- - t e Funeral services will be held ""day afternoon at the Lotts K Lutheran church with the « , who "lived IB miles northwest of Algona. Surviving are his wife and the flowing children: Erwin of Lone! lock and Henry, Estlier, Ella, WaU n' } v llma ' Hei! ^ardt and '»ilUs all at home. He served seven years Th If 1? J he Luthe «"i church ' fUne '' al home is in Five sisters also survive Mrs. Srv " de , r and her Bother. They are P^? ast and Mrs - nest ° f Ateona, Mrs. Richard Z of Lotts Creek, Mrs. C. T. of Westgate and Mrs Arthur Geilenfeldt of Garner Shirley Temple in "Little Princess/' Technicolor Movie There is an assortment of enter tamment on the movie menu bu the choicest morsel appears to b at the Cecil, where Public Sweet hecrt No. 3, Shirley Temple i seen in "The Little Princess' techmcolored adaptation of th novel penned by Frances Hodgson ·Burnett, It marks the first time for Shir ley in technicolor, and also marks her first picture in which Richard Greene and Anita Louise also an,pear. In the past, she has had a More?or]ess.«terebtypedr supporting hneup, but trnVfilm evidenth establishes a precedent. In Serious Vein . . . Cesar Romero, Miles Mander Sybil Jason, Mary Nash, Marcia M a e J o n e s Beryl Mercei a n d A r t h u r Treacher a r e also in "The Little Princess," a d r a m a t i c work. " M a d e for E a c h Other," also in the serious vein, and .starring Carol features Kent Taylor. Of Idyllic Love "Made for Each Other' is the dramatic story of idyllic young h? T d f*TM" 3 ^. Picturing thl struggle for happiness against A. t 1 "* 016 a PPeal of young motherhood E d d i e Q u i l l a n Charles Coburn a n d D o n a l d Briggs are featured. " B r o t h e r Rat," which is a t t h e S t a t e Sunday through Wednesday, i s a story of Virginia Military institute, a gay, carefree and effervescent story of youth. Wayne Morris, Priscil- Ja Lane, Eddie Albert, Ronald MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE SATURDAY, MARCH 18, 1939 ^=P ~ «.M2 SSFUSKUL i - -^*L '^x/^V*i ^Ls-JP** %5*« tT* *" 1T ^s* v ;.r ,'V£ ,. T? * /SL rowel HONOLULU," AT THE LAKE THEATEK AT nd M ° Uday ' arc Robe " You "f and Elcauor M^"^?^2% 1 SS.*S£ r 9' TM E TO- *T THE Reagan, Jane Bryan and Johnnie -Davis are in the cast. Co-featured 15 * S TM e ? ladir '" with A n n e " and Weldon Hcyburn, in a of love on the budget plan. film Happy-Go-Lucky . . . Happy-go-lucky is the theme of 'The Young in Heart," comedy at the Strand Sunday through Tuesday. Janet Gaynor, D o u g l a s ROCKFORD WILL ENTER CONTEST To Participate in Musical Event at Waverly Three Days ROCKFORD -- Rockford wil have 15 entries in the sub-district music contest to be held in Waverly March 23, 24 and 25. The school band, the girls' glee club, brass sextet, brass quartet woodwind quintet, woodwind chamber groups and the following instrumental and vocal solos mezzo soprano, Eleanor Griggs contralto solo, Mildred Wilke flute solo, Evelyn Ellertson, trombone solo C. W. Bartley, bassoon solo Dorothy Yerkes, tuba solo, Donald Mosher. A pre-contest concert will be held in the high school auditoi'ium Sunday afternoon and the girls glee club will make their first appearance with their new choral robes which were furnished by the Music Mothers club. Joseph Haugen is music director and Mrs. C. G. Fort and Mrs. Vern Mosher will accompany the group on the Yearbook Instead of Annual Is Planned by Rudd Students RUDD--No school annual will be published this year, so the senior class will have a yearbook similar to the senior section of last years annual and of the same size, but containing more material pertaining to the seniors Maxine Mallcry has reported that she has received 36 orders for the year boolr. The staff is as follows: Eva Dyre, editor; Robert Johnson, associate editor; Louise Kelsey, art editor; Darleen Hans, production manager; Virginia Johnson, Flor- :ee Pueschell and Irene Roberts :ypists; Clair Blunt, proofreader 1 Rodney Stalker, picture mounter Bill Clay, assembler. Members of Bethany Ladies Aid, Joice, Meet for Program JOICE--Members of the Beth- iny Ladies Aid met Thursday at he local church parlors. The Rev U F. Scheie spoke. Mrs. Lyle irones presented a program. The Ladies Aid calendar for the year was presented by Mrs. Emmet Johnson, their president. Mrs F O Gordon. Mrs. Melvin Slattum and Mrs. T. H. Bakken were the hostesses. "ireman Puts Out Blaze in Own Home WATERLOO, |P» _ Fireman rank Stephenson bent to his task vith doubled zest here Friday In battling a residence root blaze vhich caused $250 damage before becked. It was Stephcnsons ome. Mixed DANCE AVALON BALLROOM MANLY, IOWA Saturday, March 18 EARL HUNT And His Revelers Admission 2ac, Plus Tax Page L. Hawthorne Addresses Farmers of Palo Alto County EMMETSBURG--Page L. Hawthorne of Des Moines, president of the Iowa Farmers' union addressed a large group of Palo Alto county farmers in the Palo Alto county courthouse Friday night. Hawthorne discussed the work being done by the farm organiza- tlon ' and e *P lai "ed the operation or me union system. The farm leader also answered questions presented by those present Donald W. Van Fleet of Des Momes, general manager of the .banners' union brokerage service was also present and discussed the organization's commercial oro gram. F Lester Barringer of Rutliven county f a r m Bureau leader, acted as chairmen of the meeting. Latimer Legion's Amateur Contest to Be Held on Friday . , j~ An amateur contest -- be held Friday evening at the gymnasium in Latimer. Winners of the first three places will ·eceive $10 in prizes. V The contest is sponsored by the Hansen-Hove Legion · post and Auxiliary of Latimer with Mrs Jack Hansen and Harry Hampei n charge of arrangements for en- TONIGHT--Sat. DOC LAWSON Tim Added Attrition 2Cc - lie Tai Inc!. SUNDAY Paul Moorhead Dance Class 8:43 to 0 -l]ol Ihen Jltcular Danelnr ..... Cc - Me T»x Incl. SPECIAL TUBS. MERBIE HOLMES 40= - 8(lc Flu, Tax I.ATE BUS SAT. - srj.V.I PLAYS GIVEN IN CLARION SCHOOL Presentations Made by Drama Students? Music on Program CLARION--Three one-act plays were presented Thursday evening in the junior high auditorium by the Clarion high school drama students directed by L, J. Martin. The first play was 'The First Smile." The cast was Janice Orover, Max Hansen and Verlen Carroll. The second play, "The Second Smile' included the following in the cast: Bernice Wilkinson, Doris Larson, Frank Tourtelotte, Bill Leftmgwell and Helen Henrik-' sen. The third play was entitled flic Tear/' The cast: Gena bpeedhng, Dick Middleion, Mer- Icne Miller, Ben Blrdsall. Leslie f £' * rax Ha "s e " and Bill Bisbey. Musical numbers were furnished by the string quartet, the S'rts sextet under the direction of Miss Carolyn Killer and the brass sextet directed by C A Burmeister. ' SATURDAY "I Am the Law" --plus-- "Annqbel Takes o Tour" SUNDAY -TlONDAY **5** ALSO MARCH OF TEWE DONALD DUCK _ NEWS Continuous Sunday i to 11 3% XOltTH IOWA'S BEST THEATER. Now Showing THROUGH MONDAY A lirrriHE! | Sun, aiat. 2Gc Until 3 p. ra , ENTERTAINMENT FOR ADULTS, TOO! SHIRLEY TEMPLE Filmed in Color 'THE LITTLE PRINCESS --with-Richard Greene -- Anita Louise PLUS -- MICKEY MOUSE CARTQQM Coming Tues. Mystery Is Swell Fun . . . Until Wfic Discovers D L. K i a Cluc on a Blonde! Kobert Montgomery -- Rosalind Russell jn "FAST AND LOOSE" V. C. FIELDS ir ···"· -~»-»"» ukrvxaci^ Cheot An Honest Man" Clarksviile Woman, Native of Germany, to Be Buried Sunday CLARKSVIKLE--Mrs. Louise Busching died at her home on Thursday evening of pneumonia, of the Skies- Each Other" ,,_, ,, . ^.iu.i^ wi , ^jiJCWJI JUllicJ, following an attack of influenza. She was born in Germany on Feb. 6, 1856. and came to America at the age of 21. She is survived by two daughters and three sons, Mrs. Lucy El- jt-is ana inree sons, Mrs. Lucy El- lady" begin Sunday lerman and Will Busching of Mil- (LAKE-- (Clear Lake)-- "I v m ner. N. Dak. M. " " Tim Holt , Fairbanks, Jr., Roland Young, B i l l i e Burke, Paulette G o d - dard and Minnie Dupree top the c a s t i n g . Second feature is the H a r r y Carey western "The Law West of Tombstone, nor. N. Dak., Mrs. Holand Miller. Herman and Walter Busching of Clarksville. Funeral services will be held on Sunday afternoon from the Evangelical church in Clarksville, and burial will be in the Clarksville cemetery. .. _ u»- -i-uiuusione, ·with Tim Holt, Evelyn Brent, Jean Eouverol and Clarence Kolb in Ihe supporting parts. "Honolulu," starring Eleanor Powell, Robert Young and George Burns and Grade Allen, is at th» Lake theater in Clear Lake Sunday and Monday. "This Nighl," j m and thc title song "Honolulu," by Kermit Finley Guest Speaker on Sunday LAKE MILLS--Evangelist Kermit Finley of Chicago, 111., will be the guest speaker Sunday morning at the Methodist church at the regular 9:30 services. Mr. Finley will be assisted by his wife. They play several instruments. XEW STOKE OFEXS DECORAH--The Sherman Food , comprise the tuneful portions ol the Jlicker. 521 2nd S. W Masoa City! · ··.··*. ^ j i i t i nirtii f UUU and Produce store opened Friday '" "·-- building formerly occupied Reardon Produce company through Klonday PALACE--"Pirates and ".Aladc for through Tuesday. STKAND--"Sunset Murder Case" and "Song of tile Buckaroo" end Saturday. "The Younff in Heart" and "Law West of Tombstone" begin Sunday. STATE--"Thc Main Event" and south of Arizona" end Saturday. "Brother Rat" and "Saleslady" begin Sunday. (Clear Lake)--"I Am tin Law and "Annabel Takes a Tour" Saturday. "Honolulu" b c Kins Sunday. Marie Bahlman to Be Held on Sunday NASHUA -- Mrs. Marie Bahl- tnati died Thursday morning at the home of her son. Louis, with whom she had made her home for the past five years. She was born in Oylc, Germany, Nov. 4 loal. and came to Hinesdale III p in 1834, where she lived for seven | years, coming to Iowa where she ji^ecMn (he locality southwest of I Kanawha Students Will Give Concert KANAWHA -- Students f r o m ! ihe local high school musical department will go to Klemme Sunday afternoon to hold the second m a series of musical concerts with the Klemme band. The program, which is to begin at 2:30 » m. is free to thc public. It is under the dii-ecUon of Marvin Batchel- cler of Klemme and Svlvia Friiz of Kanawha, She was the mother of I I chil- Main Ruben Ray Services to Be Conducted in Clarksviile Church _ CLARKSVILLE-- Funeral services for Ruben Ray who died at his home Thursday, will be held from the Christian church, Sunday afternoon at 2:45. For 47 years, Mr. Ray had been a member of the Christian Church of Clarksviile. He is survived by his widow, four children, Frank, Oakley and George, all of Waterloo, and one daughter. Mrs. Oscar Holzschuh, Uarksvjlle; by 16 grandchildren and 9 great grandchildren. Both the Rev. Mr. Woodley of Clarks- viile church and the Rev. John DeLong of Charles City will ofli- ' ciate at the burial service?. Inter- . ""* inwini;i I J L 1 1 C l l l l - aren. and is survived by the following eight: William and Mrs iophia Hahndorf. Hinesdale, 111 Mrs. Louise Sickert, Waverly Ernest and Louis, Nashua; FretJ Mrs Dora Schroedcr, Mrs. Clara Taylor, Charles City. The funeral \vill be held Sunday at 2 p. m . at St. John's Lutheran church. HEY Services for Abbie Taylor Are Planned feb"^ -^F- of gt^ b ?Ti5SSS-SS: :" over - ,-. rCv"^ uneral sen-ices for £ S J TM bble Taylor, sister of Dr. i. S Taylor and Herman Taylor, Nashua, who died Thursday at the hospital in Cedar Rapids, will be held at Center Point Sunday . Miss Taylor had been a teacher m the public schools at Center Point the past eight years. Surviving are one sister. Mrs. Gorman Kennedy and another brother, Wilbur, both ot Center Point, STATE r*» ,-Sk.j f**SM W V E t H f t T F L A G ..BEAT THAT DRUM BLOW THAT BUGLt HERE THEY COME' LATE SHOW SAT. NITE STARTIXG AT 10 P. M. 1. "SOUTH or AKFZO.VA" 2- "THE MAIS EVENT" 3. FIRST CIlArTF.R - " F L A S H CORDON-S TRIP TO .MABS" N O W Thru Tuesday N O W Thru Tuesday COMING Tuesday, March 21 BOBBY GRIGGS DE FOR EACHOTHEP Plus--Feat. Xo. 2 KENT TAYLOR PIRATES OF THE SKIES" THEATER - SUXPAY MAT . Ifa pNIn g · -- ENDS SATURDAY XIG11T -- iu ^"r"^ 0 ^ "' ihe n«tar. jllj- Eand--"Stmsct M u r d e r CMC" l.one KJnrfr"-- Mjetey Mouse COMING - SUN., MON., TUES. f r o n t i e r desperado Sec Him at the Palace Theater -- Sal.. 25 ... by logic o* 1 Brother PRISC1LLA LANE WAYNE MORRIS Plus-- Feat. JVo. Z JANET GAYNOR Douglas FAIRBANKS, Jr. "THE YO~UNG IN HEART" __ COMING TO THE PALACE THEATER NEXT SATURDA " T SAT "SON OF F R A N K E N S T E I N " MASON CITY! 4 BIG DAYS STARTING SUNDAY

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