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Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, March 19, 1931
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14 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE MARCH 19 1931 COOKERY IS | ATTEND Mason City Globe-Gazette's Free School at the High School Auditorium Mrs. Ruth Campbell LECTURER Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday March 24, 25, 26, 27 GIFTS RITES HELD FOR ROBERT GABRIEL Armstrong P i o n e e r Succumbs After Long Illness; 2 Children Survive. '' . . . . . 4 .. ARMSTRONG, March 18.--Funeral services "were held Ulia afternoon .t the Methodist church for Robert Jahriel, 74, who died Tuesday oi isart disease. Mr. Gabriel was con- ined to his home since before Christmas. He was born at Postville, Vis., and came to Armstrong, in 1893 when the town was new and opened the Pair store here which le still owned and operated. He eaves two children, R. E. Gabriel of Arrastrdng: and Mrs. Amber McGary of Madison, Wis., and four grandchildren. His wiff proceeded lim In 'death 16 years ago. ·'·'; EXPENSIVE RIDE ROOSEVELT THOT : TO HAVE CHANCE .: . (Continued From PaBe 1). n reality will be with them in .1932.' if the right democratic 'standard bearer is named, even tho very few progressive politicians are likely to deem it judicious actually to change their party labels. B UT · OF. COURSE progressive votes for the democratic nominee are conditioned upon .the democrats choice of one in measurable conformity with progressive specmca- Oratora at the'recent conference all but mentioned Governor Roosevelt aa .their preference. If anything, they were still clearer than that in their warning that they like Owen T. Young as little as they are satisfied with President Hoover himself.-It is .doubtful also whether Al Smith, would pass muster 'with many of them now; they have disapproved of his" affiliations since 1928, when Senators Norns and Elaine bolted the G. O. P. for him. Governor Ritchie of Maryland likewise is mighty conservative for. progressive tastes. f-HE PROGRESSIVES did not I quite announce that no democrat except Governor Roosevelt will meet their requirements. _ Nevertheless, whatever there Is of political strength that their leaders can-throw tc- him it is-evident Umt he will get, if placed at the head oE the democratic ticket; and no othei Jeffersonian- possibility was sug- 'ested at the conference for whom Jnything like an equal amount, ot enthusiasm was shown. ' As previously remarked, this is a state o£ affairs to make Aunty Democracy do some hard thinking. fHE SITUATION may prove to 1 .'have its problem in store for the "progressives, too.' ''"" . "" · ''. - A t /present Aunty Democracy 'la. 'doing the worrying. Shall she permit herself to be dictated to by the progressives ?--for the sake of the goodly wad of ballots the latter unquestionably are in position to j reward hfcr. with for nd humorous press agent; Mary rayson, (Carole Lombard)' the mart business girl who fal^s in ove with Rodney; and the other amous burlesque types on big busi- e s s life., · _ . . ' . "Other Men's Women," gripping melodrama of railroads and the men and women who run them, is 6w. playing thru. . tha trand theater. ' Grant Withers, ilary As tor and Regis Toomey share tie leading roles in this Warnei Brothers special. William Wellman, amous' for "Wings," "Maybe It's 4ove" and other successful pictures, irected. "Other Men's Women" is adapted from a dramatic story by ilaude Fulton. It concerns the love f two men for one woman, two hud- iies of the engine cab who become deadly-rivals for the same girl. All he thrill of railroading is added to play is from an original story by o make "Other Men's Women" one f the.most interesting pictures of he season. James Cagney, Fred Kohler. J. Farrell MacDonald and "oan Blondell complete the cast. Tha aly is from an original story by tfauda Fulton. Ruth Chatterton scores another hit In "The Lady of Scandal" which s to be, presented for the last time Thursday evening at the Iowa theater. This picture is an all talking adaptation of Frederick · Lonsdale's stage success, "The High Road." As 31sie Hillary, the'actress who forces ler way into snobbish London society, Miss Chatterton gives a pene- irating characterisation w h i c h moves between laughter and tears. First-rate work is also done by the supporting ' cast which includes Basil Rathbone, Ralph Forbes, Fred Fifty thousand dollars Is the price asked In a suit by Carmel Myers, above, film actress,from Milton O. Breu, IMS Angetes theatrical agent, for Injuries received in an automobile accident, Jan. 24. At Mason City's THEATERS doing so. Or, defying them, shall she go ahead and run O wen ;D. .Young, as it is quite obvious her' chief advisers, at this time of writing,-had her nretty well primed to do when the progressives came along and threw a scare into her? If she yields to the progressives, then progresaive-ism will confront no problem whatever. But suppose she follows her present advisers' counsel. In that event the .progressives will have a first-class problem to wrestla with. * * * ALTHO the' progressive leaders A. have proclaimed again and again that they do not'intend to put up -n Independent ticket, the best guess in Washington'is that they mean they do not intend to do so If they A surging drama of human souls lost in passion and redeemed in love --that is "Resurrection," the Uni versal photoplay which will continue thru Friday at the Cecil. "Resurrec tion" is a triumph in screen tech nique. Its dialog and musical ef fects are vibrant with dramatic ten sity; its photography is glamorous pictorial; the adaptation is scintil lant with romantic charm and poig nant tragedy. Edwin Carewe, th noted director, has caught the psy chology and philosophy of Tolstoy and has faithfully brot to life on th screen the virile, fascinating char acters of · the , book. The screen adaptation and dialog were written .by Finis Fox. His continuity is vivi .and facile, and his dialog move 'with direct^ cpnypeUing- force.';ifohu Boles plays-Prince Dmitri with'ro mantic realism. His portrayal o this difficult role is a commendabl expression of histrionic art; hi characterization is human and sym pathetic; his speaking voice ring with sincerity and' his singing i captivating. He is dashing as lover; sinister as a soldier; .eloquen iu his final resurrection. .. --o--· A delicious plot structure and rich mixture 'of laughing syrup, "It Pays to Advertise," the comedy- romance which will continue thru suc- dec- Kerr, MacKenzie Ward, Nance O'Neil, Cyril Chadwick, Robert Bolder, Moon Carroll and Effie' Ellsler. Depositors Hold:Meeting v DOWS, March 19.--The bank and assets of the State Bank of Dows have been placed in the hands of L. A. Andrews, superintendent at banking for liquidation of debts. There was a, meeting of the depositors arid a committee was appointed to determine what should be done. . ' - --. KELLY'S HARP ORCHESTRA . OF OSAQE 'Will Play lor tho AMERICAN LEGION OLDTIME DANCE ·Saturday Night, March 21 AT THE ARMORY . Admission Always 2 DC New ventilating system now in operation. can help it: As Senator Norrls says, an inde- nendent movement cannot win until the constitution is changed. All it can do is to register-a protest.', Yet it seems incredible that progressive human nature, after the ex- pllcitness and vehemence with which its spokesman have expressed themselves, could endure the humiliation of dzciding between a ballot . for Mr. Hoover or Owen D. Young. As for "going fishing", on election i day, fishing is too passive a sport for the progressive temperament. QENATOR-ELECT J. HAMILTON O LEWIS, without any ."ifs" or "ands" about it, already has predicted "a fusion ticket in 1932, hacked mainly by dissatisfied republicans." That all. right from Aunty Democracy's angle, provided she could be sure that the dissatia-! fied folk will be "mainly republicans." . But can she be sure of it? The whole thing certainly is a nuzzle for Aunty Democracy. r x * * A PROGRESSIVE sacrifice?--if there must be one. At a venture, one would be likeliest to say--Governor Pinchot of Pennsylvania;It is very questionable if Senator Norris would accept--that .he would dare, indeed, at -his age, to, risk the wear and tear.of a campaign. Young Bob LaFoIIette is to youthful. Senator Bronson Cutting of New Mexico is rapidly developing into a "big timer," but has hardly "arrived" yet But Governor Pinchot will try anything once--or oftener, if necessary, i However, who knows? Aunty Democracy may decide .to cast in her lot with the progressives. Friday at the Palace. It ran cessfully for many seasons a ade or so ago in New York, on tour and in stock in various cities of the world. And now Paramount has taken it and made a more up to date, faster-moving and funnier job out of its original pattern. Arthur Kober, playwright, journalist and advertising man, has injected into it the peppy and care-free elixir of 1031--and the famous play now sparkles and glitters on the talking screen. A brilliant cast of players enact the famous roles of old Cyrus Martin, (Eugene Pallette) the bath- soap king; Rodney Martin, (Norman Foster) his playboy son; Ambrose PeaJe, (Skeeta Gallagher) the flip 25c THURSDAY W7TH CHAHIERTON BASIL RATHBONE.. RAIPH FORBES. Also Across the World With Mr. and Mrs. Martin Johnson. COMEDY Friday -- Saturday "SEA DEVILS" ALL TALKING THRILLER OF THE SEA 8 Month Term Voted. DECORAH--The new directors of the Freeport school voted for an eight months' school term. Miss MabeJ Harare was engaged as teacher for the next school term commencing; in September. NOW PLAYING GRANT WITHERS MARY: ASTOR REGIS TOOMEY in "OTHER MEN'S WOMEN A THRILLING PICTURE OF RAILROAD LIFE Combining all the vivid action of a railroad ^romance with some of the most lifelike din- log that has ever been spoken from the screen. EXTRA ATTRACTION With JACKIE COOGAN MITZI GREEN MARK TWAIN'S CLASSIC SAWYER" Two Shows For the Price of One MATINEE 25c -- EVENING 85c -- KIDDIES lOc PHONE 769 FOR STARTING TIME ON EITHER 1 FEATURE Welcome Teachers We cordially invite you to our current show ... it is one you all will en.ioy. ECIL Now Playing DRAMATIC LOVE STORY She's STARTS SATURDAY Enough to Make ^ Cat Laugh ; Out Loud! Aunt* wilk CMA.P.LIE- RilGGLES !4LAC NOW PLAYING THRU FRIDAY ADVIT1SE \Votta Cast! i SKEBTS GALLAGHifilt NORMAN FOSTER. CAROLE LOMBARD EUGENE PALLETTK Friday 8:30 O'Clock Show Only "All Quiet on the Western Front" The Greatest Picture Produced Last Year In Addition to the Regular Feature Come at 8:30--See Two Shows for the Price of One Starting Saturday FOR LAUGHING OUT LOUD! . OB III 1 YOU PREFER TO CHUCKLE DOWN DEEP OR GIGGLE YOURSELF INTO HYSTJERICS OR JUST ENJOY YOURSELF IMMENSELY YOU CAN'T BEAT This Picture Is Going to Crack a Lot of Faces That Haven't Had a Good Laugh in Years with Olsen Johnson William Gaxton Claudia Dell WARNER BROS. VITA- PHONE TECHNICOLOR HIT

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