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TWELVE MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE APRIL 23 1934 CHARLES CITY NEWS Plans for Achievement DayatRockfordMade by Floyd County Group CHARLES CITY, April 23.--Mrs. Jacobs, district commiteewoman in the Farm Bureau federation, met with home project committee members and helped them make plans for their achievement day May 18 at Rockford. The pageant will be the main feature of the program. Most of the townships which have been organized for home project work will prepare exhibits for achievement day. Leaders are spending a great deal of time in making preparations for the day. Party for 4-H Boys, Girls to Be at Rudd CHARLES CITY, April 23.--The Rudd Rustlers 4-H club will be hosts to all the Folyd county 4-H boys and girls at a party Friday evening, April 27, at Rudd, in the hall above the Clay Brothers store. Ice cream will be furnished by the Rudd club which asked others to bring pie. Club leaders and their wives or husbands have been asked . to attend. 2 Fined in District Court; No Claims in Civil Action Grantee CHARLES CITY, April 23.--Both Judge T. A. Beardmore and Judge J. J. Clark of Mason City held court here Saturday. Judge Beardmore disposed of three criminal matters Cliff Vandervoort pleaded guilty to the transportation of liquor and was fined $275 and costs. An injunction was granted restraining Mrs. Net tie Hamni from selling liquor. Eugene Payne pleaded guilty to driving while intoxicated and was sentenced to 90 days in jail. The court granted a divorce to Envin Patterson from Julia Patter- sou on the grounds of desertion. Saturday evening the jury brought in a verdict giving neithei side any claims in the case o: Charles Nixt and John E. Nelson vs Ralph Waller which took a week to try in Judge Clark's court. The plaintiffs, owner and driver of truck, sued for $585 damages as a result of an automobile accident Oct. 2, 1932 on the Clarksville road Mr. Waller's automobile collided with the truck and he was in the hospital several weeks. He brought a counterclaim for $11,735. 2 Stacyville Men Are Held Following Chase CHARLES CITY, April 23.--Wil liam Koenigs and Kuno Durhen o Stacycville were lodged in jail b; Deputy Sheriff Albert Coon afte: an exciting chase to the highway near Lion field. It is claimed the; ran their car into the Charles Nix yard near the jail "when they failed to turn the corner and later they had difficulty in driving while going west on highway 218. The deputy he said overtook them while the; were stopping for refreshments. Good Attendance for Regional Conference CHARLES CITY, April 23.-There was a good attendance at the regional conference of young people held in the Congregational church Sunday afternoon and evening. Ministers and young persons from Osage, Riceville, New Hampton, "Mitchell, Orchard, Colwell, Nashua and Charles City were on the program. Music was furnished by local talent including solos by Marian Johnson, Dorothy Miller, Katherine Blumenstiel and the high school mixed quartet. Boyd Hayes was toastmaster at the supper when local, speakers and Dr. E. W. Huelster,. pastor of the church, gave toasts. ,. __i_Dr._and_. liraJS. - W_.JHuelster_will - go to Cedar RapidTThursday to atr tend the state convention of Congregational churches. CHARLES CITY, April 23.--The Woman's club will close the year's work Tuesday night with a dinner at the Hlldreth hotel and address in the high school auditorium by Mrs Bess Gerhardt Morrison of LJncoln Nebr. Members will be allowed to bring a guest. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cotton are parents of a girl. Mrs. Charles Wilson of Mason -City spent the week-end with her mother, Mrs. Sam Williams, who is ill. H. M. Walleser, vice president of the Security Bank and Trust company and former mayor of Charles City, is a candidate for senator from the Floyd-Chickasaw district on the democratic ticket. The Charles City Council of Boy Scouts is making a drive for fund* this week. At present there are 80 boys numbered in the different troops. M. W. Waller has announced his candidacy for supervisor on the democratic ticket for the Charles City district. "Skidding" has been chosen as the Jay to be presented by the senior Jass in May. Two complete casts will be selected by Damrise Kitch, Iramatic coach, one for each night f the performance. Judge T. A. Beardmore went to forest City this morning to hold his ie,cprj,d Men Pour Last Stretch . to Connect Two Roads ; CHARLES CITY, April 23.--It is expected the pavement connecting highways 18 and 218 through : Charles City win be completed this week. The men are pouring the last ' stretch connecting with St. Mary's .street bridge. This work has been under the supervision of the state highway commission. Another project approved by the . commission is an overhead viaduct over the Illinois Central railroad tracks on highway No. 18 and bids . will be let at Ames Aril 24. The proposed viaduct will have a clearance of 23 feet and the work will begic in the city limits on the east side of the' Charles City Western railroad tracks. The . viaduct will be 1,736 feet long and will end 803 feet east of the city limits. The pavement win be 18 feet wide. Male Chorus to Give Concert on Wednesday CHARLES CITY, April 23.--The Charles City Male chorus will give its third annual concert Wednesday evening to the high school auditorium under the direction of Prof. Luther Richmond, Cedar Falls. Earl Stewart will be the accompanist. Special features will be a solo by Robert McCray and trio by three high school girls, Helen Taylor, piano, Dorothy Miller, harp and Katherine Blumenstiel, violinist. . Last Week for Entries. CHARLES CITY, April 23.--This is the last week for which entries may be made in the yard and garden contest sponsored by the Farm Bureau, Entries to date are not as large as expected and there should be a number of other entries made before the closing date. Entry cards may be obtained from home project chairmen or at the county agent's office. Mounts for naval guns are of three types: turret, deck and rail-the latter being used on small veÂ» sels only. CHARLES CITY BRIEFS At Mason City THEATERS Â·--^---- By B. J. p. HEPBUBN SCORES AGAIN As Trigger Hicks, a wild, idealis- ic mountain girl in Carolina, Katharine Hepburn scores again in "Spitfire" which begins a four day en- ^agement Tuesday at the Cecil theater. This picture is Miss Hepburn's atest vehicle and was adapted from the stage play "Trigger." * * * Francis Lederer and Ellssa Landi five good performances in "Man of Two Worias," an interesting if slightly improbable picture which completes its engagement Tuesday at the Palace on the same bill with Zasu Pitts and Slim SumrnerviUe in 'Love Birds." A good program. * # * Although Marion Davies is cast in a role approximately 20' years too young for her, she does well in "Going Hollywood" with Bing Crosby. This musical film begins a three day run Tuesday at the Strand. * * * "Lady for a Day," starring May Robson as Apple Annie, is being held over through Tuesday at the Iowa theater. The picture has been declared one of the greatest in re- Dance to . . . BOBBYCRIGGS And His Orchestra AVALON BALLROOM SUNSET INN MANLY TUESDAY, APRIL 24 LADIES 26c -- GENTS 41c Saturday, April 28 RED WILSON DINE AND DANCE AT THE DENISON CLUB Every Evening--Music by THE CHESTERFIELD BOYS ADMISSION lOc PER PERSON Lunches, Tap and Bottled Beer--For reservations Phone 4285 . . . No Cover Charge cent seasons, and May Robson received high honors for her acting in the difficult role of the old apple vendor. Warren William, Guy Kibbee, Jean Parker and Glenda Farrell are in the supporting cast. * *' Â» Frank Buck's "Wild Cargo" Is scheduled to start a four day run Saturday at the Cecil theater. A truly authentic jungle film. # * * "THE LOST PATROL- IS CONVINCING FILM With a setting in the Mesopotamian desert, a fine cast and accurate direction, "The Lost Patrol" is a convincing picture. It' is to play Wednesday, Thursday and Friday at the Palace on the same program with Sally Etlers and Richard Arlen in "She Made Her Bed." * * * "Havana Widows," a very funny comedy with Frank McHugh, Allen Jenkins and Guy Kibbee in star roles opposite Glenda Farrell and Joan Blondell, is billed Wednesday and Thursday at the Iowa. # * * Ken Maynard In "Honor of the Range" will be the feature attraction this week-end at the Strand. Seeds in Relief Work Distributed at Osage OSAGE, April 23.--At the county emergency relief office at the courthouse, Dr. W. S. Osborn is giving out consignments of garden seeds, the general list distributed to those making subsistence gardens. The ten men who represented Mitchell county at state headquar- ters at Des Moines chose the work plan for this county's needy. The committee from Osage were County Worker Dr. W. E. Osborn. Supervisors Moss, French and Krogstad, County Auditor C. E. Moss, Engineer C. E. Goplerud, Attorney Donald Chehock, Julius Brunner, Albert Brewster, Clinton Hill. These work projects will be common labor at 35 cents an hour. Dr. Osborn has been 'given the responsibilities previously given to local overseers of the poor also. Salary Increase Given to Carpenter Teachers CARPENTER, April 23.--Contracts were signed by all the teachers of the consolidated school. A slight raise in salary was given all the teachers, who are: Supt. H. H. Smith, principal and coach; Floyd Kurd; English and dramatics, Miss Dorolihy Stevenson; grade teachers are Miss Hazel Anderson, Miss Linda Matls, Miss June Thomson, Miss Marjorie Byuater. North Iowa Projects Included in Letting AMES, April 23. GP)--Bids will be opened by the state highway commission here Tuesday on projects which include three paving jobs, gravel surfacing, bituminous surfacing, grading and bridge and culvert work. North .Iowa projects are: Paving, 0.328 miles on U. S. No. 20 out of Charles City, in Floyd county; grading, 0.328 miles of XT. S. 18 in Floyd county, 2.287 miles of primary 182 )n_ Allamakee; bridge and culvert jobs, Ailamakee, Floyd: bituminous surfacing, 11 miles in Butler, 7.5 miles in Hancock-Kossuth, 11 miles in Hancock-Kosauth- Humboldt, Wright, and 8.5 miles on Humboldt-Wright counties. Robertson School Wins. ACKLEY, April 27.--The primary pupils of the Robertson school placed first in the Etna township drama contest Friday afternoon- in the Christian church at Robertson. Miss Lyaa Turner of Ackley is the teacher of the three grades.. Mat. 16c Eve. 21c Child. lOc IOWA LADY MELD OVER THRU TUESDAY All But One Teacher to Return to Kensett Staff KENSETT, April 23.--The Kensett teachers will all return next year with the exception of Scner Rudd, who will go to Joice. Miss Develle, high school teacher, will be the principal and Orel Tenold will take Miss Develle's place. Orel is a graduate of the.Kensett high school and attended Luther college.' W.C.T.U. Essay Winners at Dumont Announced DUMONT, April 23.--The essays and posters for the Scientific Temperance instruction department of the Woman's Christian Temperance Union, have been judged and the following first place winners named: Essays, fourth grade, Neva Freeland; fifth grade, Audrey Pfaltzgraff; sixth grade, Miriam Roder; seventh, Yvonne LAST TIMES MONDAY KOBT. MONTGOMERY MADGE EVANS "KCGIirVE LOVEJIS" DAVIES Mat. 16c Eve. 21c Tax Incl. STARTS TUESDAY 3 BIG DAYS of Romance, SoiWr nnd sbeer GÂ«t an ear-full. DAY May Robson Warren William Guy Klbbee, Jean Parker Ned Sparks, Glcnda Farrell QTTT7 "* Plct"" That OUrlli T a k e s Its Place Among the Greatest. Cartoon, Comedy and News with Flfl P'Oraay - ?Ted Sparks - Stuart Envin Stock and Floyd Piper; eighth, grade, Margaret Hartson and John Van Touten. Margaret Borne won first in seventh grade posters. Mrs. C. R. Martin, the Rev. H. M. Tipsword, Mrs. Lloyd Pfaltzgraff and Mrs. F. M. Sorenson acted as judges. The winners of first place read their essays at the union temperance meeting Sunday at the Evangelical church. PALACE NOW The Screen s Great Lovers! SLIM SUMMERVILLE and ZASU PITTS --in-"Love Birds" Francis LEDERER Ellssa LANDI "Man of Two Worlds" Â·t;-. ?.$?$Â· t,iik.-'"''-,'.- ^f"\ ^yÂ« *;% W J fsJ ['"Â· l* s* * .;. ^ Vr ^ v -^ . more thrilling, nwfe\a*ti fascinating than ever 1. ^shVicas spelt on the millions of See her now as witch OIK! ',,,.,,,,,,,,,_,,.,,,. -, r ing, fighting, thieving girl of thfe hillsl ^ k \ wÂ» V found an ecstasy of kisses in a forbidden loyeJ ; . An inspiring portrayal by the amazing Hepburn, whose genius brings new lustre to the name of Start , ; RKO-RADIO PICTURE From the ptay "Trigger" fay luldVollmer Directed by John Cromwell 4-D AYS-^i STARTING TUESDAY 2$-,-\ y\~ S f t Â» \ \ s v f|^ -:v . K H'- ;:. '-\ - J/v *-v \ i f v ^, t , x; , ^ _ v PH^ ; - " ^;iVVo f . -. ^V- ! 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