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April 25, 1934

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FOUR MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE APRIL 25 1934. CHARLES CITY NEWS Legionnaires Gather at Charles City for 4th District Session CHARLES CITY, April 25.-With total attendance of 500 Legion and auxiliary members expected at the fourth district convention, registration started this morning, followed by a lunch and sessions this afternoon. Marshall Shannon post is host. At 10 o'clock a committee meet- Ing' of district officers and county commanders was held in Legion _dall, followed by round table dis- 'luseions. ' The auxiliary met in the Knights Jt Pythias hall beginning at 1 .o'clock in the afternoon. A number 3f prominent state officers of both Legion and auxiliary are on the pro- jram. The program for the joint banquet in the Eilis auditorium at 6:15 p. »., will be: Invocation, the Rev. Paul LaValette, Rockford; address of welcome, Mayor W. K. Carr; response,. Mrs. E. Kathinka Hansen; music, auxiliary quartet; address, Mrs. Winnifred Niggemeyer; address, Department Commander Leo J. Duster; dance. Large Audience Hears Mrs. Morrison Offer Cynthia Trent Story CHARLES CITY, April 25.--The Charles City Woman's club closed Its year's work last evening with an outstanding program presented by Mrs. Bess Gearhart Morrison of Lincoln, Nebr., to an audience that filled the high school auditorium. "The Shadows of the Years" was the name of the story given by Mrs. Morrison in a three part program in costumes of 1841, 1886 and 1933, impersonating Cynthia Trent, whose life was crowded with stirring events until the end of her 94 years. The dominant personality of Grandmother Trent and the varying types of her descendants were delineated by Mrs. Morrison in a way that brought chuckles, tears, laughter and much applause. Not only will the histrionic ability of Mrs. Morrison be remembered but her beautiful costumes of flowered silk with hoops, delicate lavender taffeta and modern embroidered white which she used to dose her program. The musical interludes were in keeping with the program and included "Believe Me of All Those Endearing Charms" played on the violin by Kathertne Blumenstiel, accompanied by Mrs. Stella Niemack and "Love's Old Sweet Song" sung by Mrs. M. G. Smith with Mrs. Ernest Hausberg as accompanist. After she completed her reading before she left the stage, Mrs. Morrison added a personal touch by announcing her presentation had a particular significance as she had just received a telegram before she came to Charles City that a grandchild had been born yesterday in Seattle. Fifty members of the Woman's club attended a dinner at the Hildreth hotel preceding the program at the high school. At 7 o'clock a business meeting was held in the clubroom when the constitution was revised and the final business for the year transacted. Seeks Information on Foxes. CHARLES CITY, April 25.--V. S. Bowers of Lime Springs, deputy ?ame warden, in a communication :o fanners, asks them to notify him of any fox dens on their premises as it is the aim of the state to take care oJ the pups in a proper way for commercial use. CHARLES CITY BRIEFS CHARLES CITY, April 25.--Officers elected at the » eetin g ° f Central P. T. A. include Mrs. W. A. Dawson, president; Mrs. Harley Vastine, first vice president; Mrs. W G Joor, second vice president; Miss Lydia Otto, secretary and Mrs. Harold Rust, treasurer. Mrs. Henry Kintop has been admitted to the Cedar Valley hospital. Dr. John Petry gave a report of the national dental convention he attended recently at the meeting of the Charles City Dental Study club Monday evening. The Baptist Missionary society will meet at the home of Mrs. H A. Tolliver today. Mrs. E. W. Huelster will review the "Biography of Albert Schweitzer." Mr. acd Mrs. Dan White observed their golden wedding anniversary Sunday when 35 . relatives and friends spent the day with them at their home, 704 Hildreth street. Fifteen members of the Marble Rock high school had dinner at the Garden cafe last evening. Mr. and Mrs. Don Hobert are the parents of a son. Lake Mills Graphic to Hold Opening Saturday LAKE MILLS, April 25.--The Graphic Opening and Spring Frolic will be held here on Saturday. The public has been invited to inspect the Graphic in its new location and prizes will be awarded boys and girls for various classes of dogs, ponies, dolls and bicycles. There will be a parade of these features and. judges will award prizes. A lone chimney, last sign of the $5,500,000 fire that swept Atlanta, Ga., in 1917, destroying 1,938 buildings, was removed only recently. I T T A K E S M U C H M O R E T H A N G O O D F A B R I C T O M A K E A G O O D S U I T Hart S eh af f n e r ' M a r x S u i t s "have everything" $35 $40 G OOD fabrics, of course, to start with. Next authentic designing, based on worldwide study of style trends. Then comes the cutting, done by experts, over patterns anatomically correct for various types of figures. That's one big reason why we can fit you so well. Painstaking needlework, careful attention to every detail, including selection and "working in" of Knings and trimmings; pressing and rigid final inspection follow. The results are suits, good through and through, that will look well, hold their shape and wear well. We offer them in confidence that they will give you satisfaction. $19.50 Others at $25 $30 Get to Know WEST UNION, April 25.--Dr. Edward A. Steiner, professor of applied Christianity at Grinnell college, Grinnell, will give the address at W e s t Union high s c h o o l commencement exercises May 2 5 . T h e Rev Hugo L u t z of W e s t Union will deliver the commencement sermon May 20. A large class of seniors will receive dip 1 o m a s. The graduates are F e r n L . B e c k e r , A. STEINER D o n a l d Seennan, Ruby M. Billings, Newell V. Brink, Blanche J. Downs, Rodney 3.. Drewes, Bradford D. Finch, l.yle B. Fordyce, Irene B. Hoover, Herbert Leo Jensen. Gerald W. Johnson, Irene H. Jor- jensen, Thomas A. King, in, Le- Soy Kohler, Mildred R. Lauer, Adeine L. Lohr, Kenneth W. Lohr, Carl A. Lueder, Meta Leuder, Benita L. Mabb. Margaret Mercer, Ernest Leo Vteyer, George C. Miller, Mildred Mork, Margot Musser, John A. Violet Reinhart, Joseph fflichael Roach, Hugh Ploog, Helen E. Pratt, Veda Hulifson/ Lester C. Springer, Lester W. Saboe, Allen Elbert Shatz, Ethe- een Schweinefus, Vivian Seldon, Jerniece Stelzmiller, Carl Wagner, r. Richard Walsh, Mary Elizabeth Varren, Clara S. Witcher and Doris Whitney. Members of the school board are W. H. Antes, president; J. H. Cline, A. D. Finch, King Palmer, Chris, tfesserlie. The high school faculty s composed of E. A. Ralston, superintendent, D. M. Caldwell, Robert McLeese, Bertha Hanson, Helen Stl- ·er, Miss Sparks, Wesley Moore, Owen Olson, Miss R'oark. Ensign Will Speak. RUDD, April 25.--Rudd high school commencement exercises will ie held May 23. The commencement speaker will be Dr. Forrest C. Ensign, professor of education, State Commencement Exercises * * * * * * Dr. Steiner of Grinnell College to Give Address to Large Class of Graduates at West Union; Ensign Will Speak to Seniors of Kudd High School; Rock Falls to Hear Eiebe; Marble Rock Makes Commencement Plans. Gly-Cas Wastes No Time Reaching Awful Rheumatism Was Impossible for Her to Regain Health Until She Began New Herbal Remedy; "Gly- Cas at Michael's Is Greatest Ever." . It is almost inconceivable what Gly-Cas has accomplished for hundreds of local residents, and in such a short time. Many have described it as almost miraculous--the results- Gly-Cas gives. A man helpless with University of Iowa. The commencement sermon May 20, will be given by the Rev. H. F.- Mercer, M. E. minister, Rudd. The school board is composed of W. M. Roberts, president; Dr. A. A. Dockstader, Louis F: Clay, Otto Brandau andxFred Muller. Members of the high school facul- :y are Irwin W. Edie, superintendent; principal, . Dorothy Jean 3rown, Bernice Schmidt and Millard Berry. Diplomas will be given to Helen Marie Andersen, Audrey Elaine Hansen, Lois Gail Stiles, Leota Helen Witzel, Phillip Lewis Ell, John Alvin Jacobs. Louis Wilfred Kleen, Gail Wendell Kingsbury, Burton Harvey Kuhlemeier, Charles Frederick Lacoste, Willard Henry Roberts, Dale Jeonard Schroeder, Willis Fredsrdck Wallbaum, Howard Hawthorne Witzel. Will Hear Dr. Riebe. ROCK FALLS, April 25.--Local ligh school commencement exercises May 16 will be addressed by Dr. H. A. Riebe of Cedar Falls. The commencement sermon May 3 will delivered by the Rev. Thomas Collister of Plymouth. The valedictorian is Jessie Bliem and the salutatorian, K. Jerome Wilkinson. Members of the school board are Art Wetter, president; Glen Calvert, N. J. Gildner, Elmer Heinold, D. W. Dunton, W. Bohnsen, Paul Hansen. Included in the high school faculty are F. A. French, superintendent and Lucile Usher. Diplomas will be awarded to Jessie Bliem, Edith Seal, Earl Christiansen, Roland Edgar, Keith Dunton, Lucille Hewitt, Lillie Na- poletono, Sammy Napoletano, Julius Siewertsen, K. Jerome Wilkinson. To Be Held May 24. MARBLE ROCK, April 25.--Mar. ble Rock High school will hold commencement exercises T h u r s d a y , May 24, The commencement sermon, Sunday, May 20, will be given 3y the Rev. G. C. Foster of the Marble Rock Baptist church. The valedictorian is Winifred Ackley and the salutatorian, Gerald Hildebrand. The school board is composed of A. J. Ackley, president; Elmer Lines, Fred Barnett; W. R. Smith and LeRoy Taylor. Members of the high school facul- :y are Irving D. Larson, superin- .endent, D. C. Duncan, O. Keith Conklin and Dorothy Allen. Students to be graduated are Erma K. Ackley, Thelma M. Ackey, Winifred S. Ackley, Merna M. Jrunner, Margaret L. Gates, Darrell J. Hillman, Galen J. Lines. Gerald C. Hildebrand, Lavina L. Lanes, Claire V. Livingston, Dale E. Marsh, Charles E. Merrick, Gordon ;. Mills, Gladys L. Ott, Lyle A. Pringle. James L. Reams, Robert E. Scott, Blanche L Smith, Lyle E. Smith, RAith V. Smith, Valoris L. Taylor. MRS. W. 3. HOOD rheumatism four years suddenly found himself able to work; a lady down in bed near paralysis, was up and around before finishing the first box of Gly-Cas; another lady after suffering 28 years now able to eat what she wants and enjoy her meals again. Now another amazing statement--read what Mrs. W. J. Hood, 1618 N. Madison Ave., Mason City, respected local lady, having lived here the past 42 years and an active member of the Grace Evangelical Church, this city, recently said in regards to Gly-Cas' merit: "It is a pleasure to be the means of many people learning about Gly- Cas for it gives such remarkable results," she said. "I was in sneh condition for years that it was even hard for me to get about with this rheumatism over my body. It was many years coming on me and then it was Impossible for me to find anything to free myself of it--until my friends and, neighbors, knowing of my condition persuaded me to give Gly-Cas a trial. It was to my pleasant surprise that in four weeks' time I was well on the road to recovery--and after all other medicines had failed to help me in any way. Gly-Cas is a medicine that has a different action and seemingly gets to the very source of the trouble. If anyone wishes to know further about this new remedy they can call me at my home." So it goes--every day Gly-Cas gets to the cause of more and more cases of rheumatism, neuritis, nervousness, stomach, kidney, bowe: and blood troubles. Gly-Cas is sold by Michael Drag Co., 5 South Federal Ave.. Mason Citv. lowo- Vluch Variety Included n Concert Program by rlampton School Band HAMPTON, April 25.--A special enefit concert will be presented by :he Hampton school band this evening in the high school assembly room beginning at 8 o'clock. The concert will be under the direction of F. O. Griffen. A variety will be provided with several readings by Miss Betty Jennings and John D. Coonley and vocal numbers by Miss Myrna Johnson. , A mixed quartet composed of Mrs. Howard Hughes, Mrs. Howard Dirst, Lee Lemke and John D. Coonley will give a musical farce, "Afternoon Calls," with Mrs. C. L. Bredt as accompanist. The first grade rhythm band will also have a part on the program. Farm Bureau Meet at Northwood Hears Mason Cityan Speak NORTHWOOD, April 25.--A program which included music by three nusical organizations and a talk by a Mason City newspaperman was given at Music hall here before 300 members of the Grove township Farm Bureau organization. The music was supplied by the juvenile "hilly billy" orchestra of Kensett's schools, directed by Miss Edris Breeding, an orchestra from school district No. 3, made up of Stanley Rustad, Nick Aase, Mrs. Aase, Mrs. Joseph Aase and Tim Franks, and the township's Farm Bureau orchestra. In tne business_ session, presided over by Chairman Ed Flatness, decision was reached to give ?10 to the Northwood high school organizations which will represent this community In the state competition in Iowa City soon. The speaker of the evening was W. Earl Hall of Mason City, who also, led the community staging. Refreshments and dancing followed the formal program. The committee in charge of the program included Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Rustad, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Aase and Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Emerson. By K. J. p. HEPBURN WINS NEW LAURELS Further substantiating the high claims made as to her ability, Katharine Hepburn wins new laurels as Trigger in the CecU. picture, "Spitfire." Her characterization of the most difficult role she has yet essayed leaves nothing to be desired. The supporting cast, headed by Robert Young and Ralph' Bellamy, s fully capable and acquits itself well. Through Friday. * w * "The Lost Patrol," which began a three day run Wednesday at the Palace, has been given some of the finest compliments ever bestowed upon movie production efforts by critics. It is a different picture: 'She Made Her Bed," the story of a broken romance, completes the bill. * * * Light, fast comedy which keeps you laughing all the way is the outstanding feature of "Havana Widows" which plays through Thursday at the Iowa. * * :? W. C. FIELDS IS STARRED IN NEW FILM Said to appear in every scene and keep the audience virtually doubled up with laughter, W. C. Fields tops the cast of "You're Telling Me," which starts a four day engagement Saturday at the Palace Mrs. Moseley President. GOLDFIELD, April 20.--The Alpha club held its final meeting of the club year at the home of Mrs. Gilbert Hansen Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. F, C. Moseley was chosen president; Mrs. F. M. Clausen, vice president; Mrs. Braden Stokes, recording secretary; Mrs. C. C. Baldus, corresponding secretary, and Mrs, H. L. Stevenson, treasurer. PRINCIPAL FOR BRITT SUCCUMBS Body of Phyllis Gutz Taken to Pomeroy for Funeral and Interment. BRITT, April 25--Miss Phyllis iutz, principal of Britt high school, died late Tuesday night of heart disease. She taught at Aurelia before codling here three years ago. Mr, and Mrs. John Gutz. her parents, were here last night and took the body to Pomeroy where funeral services will be held. Besides her parents, Miss Gutz, who was about 35 years of age, leaves one brother and three sisters. At Mason City THEATERS theater on the same program with a new Irene Dunne picture, "This Man is Mine." * # * KING CROSBY IS STAR IN STKAND FltM Bing Crosby, the man with the voice, is the star of "Going Hollywood," Strand feature which finishes its run Thursday. In addition to his warbling, Crosby shows occasional evidence of potential acting ability. * * * Thrills, based upon authentic experience of the internationally famous wild animal man, Frank Buck, make "Wild Cargo," Buck's latest picture, worthwhile entertainment. Malaysian jungles form the setting for this film which begins a four day run Saturday at the Cecil * * * The second chapter of the new- Dick Talmadge serial, "Pirate Treasure," will show Friday and Saturday at the Strand with Ken Maynard in "Honor of the Range." * * * "Man Trailer," starring Buck Jones with Cecilia Parker, is the week-end bill at the Iowa. WOOD r Com. Fri. Ken Maynorrt "Honor of the Hanse" JOHNSON HEADS HANCOCK GROUP Young Democrats Organized at Britt Meeting; Talk by Breen Given. BRITT, April 25.--The Hancock county Young Democratic club was organized Tuesday night at a meeting held in the Memorial building. Ed Breen of Fort Dodge, president of the Iowa Young Democratic clubs, gave the main talk, pointing out the significance of activities of young democrats. Officers elected were V. Johnson of Kanawha, president; George W. Baldwin of Britt, vice president; C. G. Stelle of Garner, treasurer, and Ruth Schleusner of Garner, secretary. The next meeting will be held May 29. Three mad dogs'went on a rampage recently in Gastonia, N. Car., and bit 17 people. CLEAR LAKE, IOWA CLIFF PERRINE A Popular Band at the Surf Xast Season THURSDAY, APRIL 26 Ladles 36o Gents 41c ANDY KIRK AND HIS IS ClOl'DS OP JOV Saturday, April 28 JACK CRAWFORD THE elOW-V PRINCE OF MUSIC Thursday, May S HERE THEY "HAVANA WIDOWS" WITH FOL'K GREAT LAUGH STARS JOAN BLONDELL GLENDA FARRELL GUT KIBBEE FRANK McHUGH ADDED Comedy -- Musical IOWA . Cartoon NOW AND THURS. OLD TIME DANCE DENISON CLUB ON NOKTH ROAD TO CLEAR LAKE WEDNESDAY, APRIL 25 NOTE: Through an error the wrong orchestra was listed in our Tuesday ad. Music will be furnished Wednesday nite by BRUNSTIEN'S WHITE EAGLES ADMISSION 25c PER PERSON TAP BOTTLED BEER Coming to Mason City HOTEL CERRO GORDO SATURDAY, APRIL 28 8 A. M. to 5 P. M. and Friday Evening. April 27 From 7 to 9 P. M. Return Every 28 Days. 428th Visit. DR. WILBERT SHALLENBERGER, M. D. The regular and reliable Chicago Specialist. I will make my regular visit on the above date and wUl be glad to see those ef- flicted with rectal or chronic trouble. Anyone ailing is welcome to come in for free examination. I treat diseases of the Stomach and Bowels; Liver and Gall Bladder trouble; Piles and other rectal diseases; Nervous diseases: diseases of the Heart; Skin disease; Kidney, Bladder and Prostatic troubles; Catarrh; Catarrhal deafness; Asthma, Bronchitis; Rheumatism of the joints and muscles; Neuralgia; Silk Headaches; High Blood Pressure; Goiter; Diabetes; Constipation; Varicose Veins-and Leg Ulcers; Female Disorders; Hydrocele; Epilepsy and other chronic diseases. Trusses and abdominal supporters fitted and rupture treated. Remember I have had 32 years of successful experience treating this class of diseases and have successfully treated thousands of patients -- many of them avoiding operations through my treatment and advice. If you call and after an examination, treatment is desired, the cost will be reasonable. I have facilities to give high class, scientific service. If you are ailing and will come in on the above dates it will be a pleasure for me to give an examination and advise accordingly. Address letters to DR. WILBERT SHALLENBEKGEH, M. D. 7fiS Oakwood Blvd. Chicago. 111. Short Hits Democrats in Address at Algona ALGONA, April 25.--An attack on the agricultural administration, was made by Wallace M. Short, Sioux City, candidate .for the republican nomination for governor, in an address in the courthouse Tuesday night. Methods by which the government is seeking to control production were scored by him. Mr. Short also urged his nomination to replace "governors who kid the people with promises." A small crowd heard the talk. Eleven Kansas counties had no fatal automobile accidents during 1933, the state board of health reported. NOW SHOWING HEARTS THAT BURN FOR WOMfN ON THE BURNINC SANDS OF HELL I Immense «the track- leuctweit! Decpasihe fltlflcM night! HcrmV.' Slaying! Chriaust It't t bKatae fcv^j, JOHKfCltp-) MODUCtIO* VICTOR M'LAOLEH B O R I S K A R L O F F W A L L A C E F O R D R E G I N A L D D E K H Y --and-SHE M4DE HER. BEIT A Pofcmount Picluf* wjih I RICHARD ARLEN SALLY EILERS l O t l l T I I « S T I O « C I tud Kinn · uses ins On the Stage: Friday Night Amateur Contest Music -- Singing -- Dancing COME AND SUPPORT YOUR FAVORITE CECIL TODAY! 1984's ACADEMV AWARD WINNER JN HER GREATEST HOIAN KOLE! With Robart Young Ralph Bellamy Martha lle«»ar Starts Saturday HE'S BACK! A L I V E . *. ... ^ n'(H a thmaant . wonders from ihe ·^perilous j'ungfc! 'juiril! to the Drama, of Primitive Nature Bearded by Dauntless Men

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