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March 21, 1931

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 12

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MARCH 21 19S1 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE 13 u I p BIDS IN NORTH IOWA ANNOUNCED Several Secondary Lettings Are Scheduled by Iowa Road Commission. Several secondary road lettings are scheduled in North Iowa according to the State Highway commission at Ames. These include: Worth county--Bids will be received at the office of the county auditor, Northwood, until . 1:30 o'clock Monday afternoon for grading seven miles of county, trunk road and 17.4 miles of county local roads. Estimated · quantities on trunk system are 71,197 cubic yards of earth excavation and 32,100 yards of overhaul. For local system 10-1,000 cubic yards of excavation by casting and 8,800 cubic yards of earth excavation and haul. In Winneshiek county bids will be received at the office of the county auditor, Decorah, until 1:30 o'clock Tuesday afternoon for surfacing 13.20 miles of local county roads involving 12,000 cubic yards of crushed rock and two miles of trunk road consisting of 2,860 cubic yards of crushed rock, to be taken from seven quarries. Emmet county bids will be received at the office of the county auditor, Estherville, u n t i l 1:30 o'clock Tuesday afternoon for placing gravel on 37 miles of secondary roads in various parts of the county. In Winneshiek county bids will be received at the office of the county auditor, Decorah, until 1:30 o'clock Monday afternoon, for furnishing the 1931 requirements of gasoline, kerosene and greases. Further information from county auditor or county engineer. , VVH1 Buy Lumber It was announced Bremer county bids will be received at the office of · the county auditor, Waverly, until 1:30 p. m., April 6, for four cars of SS fir bridge lumber. . .Palo Alto county bids will be received at the office of the county auditor, Bmmetsburg, until 10 a. m. April 6, for 25,000 gallons gasoline, 500 Ibs. alemite grease, 50 gallons internal gear greases and 500 gallons of lubricating oils. In . Clay county bids will be received at the office of the county auditor. Spencer, until 11 a. m.. March 26, for 1,800 feet of 24 inch to 36 inch concrete culvert pipe and 1,500 feet of 15 inch to 24. inch farm, entrance culvert pipe. At 2 , p. m. bids for grading on 28.5 miles of local county roads will be received. ')·':., Gasoline Bids Announced '·;Bids in Winnebago county'will be .SUNDAY DINNER ^Jed Chicken Dinner ~~" Cft^» .HGhickea, -with. jSToodies^fJtfJQ im^RiBs; 408 Second Northwest m NOTICE 'Through a.n error the name of the star now appearing in "Once A Gentleman," at the Strand Theater, was incorrectly given in Friday's ad. It should have been-Edward Everett Horton STBANB CiiQECTIOM A l-l BLANK ' received at the office of the county auditor, Forest City, until 2. p. m., March 26, for furnishing 30,000 gallons gasoline. Clayton county bids will be received at the office of the county auditor, Elkader until 1:30 o'clock Tuesday afternoon for 1-4x4x58 concrete box culvert, and 1-4x6x24 concrete box culvert. Bids will also be received at the office of the county auditor, Elkader, for grading and incidental work on 12.72 miles involving- 5,000 cubic yards earth excavation, 4,600 cubic yards loose rock, 6,000 cubic .yards solid rock, 38,000 cubic yards casting on earth excavation, 19,000 cijbic yards casting on loose rock excavation, 19,000 cubic yards casting on loose rock, 9,000 cubic yards casting on solid rock, placing 1,380 feet of corrugated culvert in roadway, and 1,000 feet of corrugated metal culvert in drives. Teachers College Debaters Selected; Luther Is Competing CEDAR FALLS, March 21.--iowa State Teachers college debaters who have been selected to compete in the first iowa intercollegiate debate contest to be held at Oskaloosa March 26, 27, 28 will include a men's team · composed of Robert Huntoon, Waterloo, and Thorrel Fest, Audubon, with Robert Ebel, Waterloo, as alternate, and a women's team composed of Janet Reade, Wyoming, and Evelyn Walters, Audubon, with Dolores Dodge, Waterloo, as alternate. The schools competing are Luther college of Decorah, University of Dubuque, Coe college of Cedar Rapids, Iowa Wesleyan college of Mt. Pleasant, John Fletcher college of Oskaloosa, Penn college of Oskaloosa, Central college of Pella, possibly Drake university of Des Moines, Wartburg college of Waverly, and the Iowa State Teachers college. COMING ATTRACTIONS * PALACE. Saturday, Sunday, Monday, Tuesday -- "Fifty Million Freshmen" featuring the comedy team, Olson und Johnson. Wednesday, Thursday, Friday -Ruth Chatterton in "The Unfaithful." STRAND. Saturday, Sunday, Monday, Tuesday -- "Once a Gentleman" with Edward Everett Hortou and Lois Wilson. Wednesday, Thursday, Friday -Dorothy Peterson, Helen Chandler and David Manners in "Mothers Cry," a most human story. Junior Chamber Organized , ' AMES, . March. 2;: (SO-- Seventy J'UKi\bu£Lixi«l3SZi«nj:httr ^hft · ' - "gariJzed a 'Junior Chamber of Commerce. '· The officers are Mark Walsh, president; Fred Klein, executive vice president; K. A. Young, first vice president; H. W. Wobdall, secretary; Albert A. Me- Gill, treasurer, and John Prather, recorder. E DAR mm A. · IP* " I t « B B W »i !' 1 ' itan B l « a g B II o p OltfE of IOWA'S FINE HOTELS A convenient Blot- fbrtourUta 3«6 Koran *X.Mto*4.M Dining Room OrtJIRocm Stndwlch Shoo J. 8 r ADHOM. Mom. Masoti City Screen Attractions OLE OLSON AND CHIC Johnson, stars of "Fifty Million Frenchmen," the brilliant, natural color fun and femininity comedy which opens a four day engagement at the 1'aluco theater Sat-. urday. Meeting of County Legion to Be Held at Chapin Monday CHAPIN, March 21.--A county meeting of the Legion and auxiliary members will be held at the Legion lall Monday evening. This will be :he first county meeting to be held aere and arrangements are being made for a good program. Refreshments will be served and the evening will finish with a dance. District Commander Champlin of Clarion will be the main speaker and the exhibition by the Hampton drum and bugle corps will be a feature of the evening's program. 3LOIS WILSON, EMERSON TREACY, EDWAR» EVERETT HORTON AND CHARLES COLEMAN In a scene from "Once a Gentleman," the season's smartest comedy. It opens a lour day engagement at the Strand, Saturday. LOCAL RAILROADS Wabash Agents Call at Railroad Offices Phil Schorr, division freight agent, and Paul Zilhike, traveling freight agent, both of Des Moines, transacted business in Mason City Frid'ay. They'called at the offices of several of the local roads. RAILROAD BRIEFS MINNEAPOLIS AND ST. LOUIS H. C. Garrison, Kansas City, traveling freight agent of the Mobile and Ohio railway, called here Tuesday. E. L. Crimmen, Mar shall town, trainmaster, was here on business Thursday. R. F. Salter, general agent, and S. L. tZea, local agent, attended a meeting at Oskaloosa Wednesday night. CHICAGO NORTH WESTERN J. B. Moore, master mechanic; p. H. McGrew, general car foreman; Joe Tehan, roadmaster, all of Belle r PIame; O. A. Spaldingv trainmaster; W. C. Efcamp, road foreman of engines; A. J. Wise, road- master; T. R. Woods, roadmaster, all of Eagle Grove, and C. D. Freeman, Boone, freight service inspector, all attended the North Iowa division safety committee meeting here Friday. D. W. Hathaway, pensioned yardmaster, returned from Los Angeles Friday. He had been there since before Christmas. . MILWAUKEE NEWS M. T. Skewes, assistant superintendent of the Iowa arid South Dakota division at Austin, was a caller at the local offices Thursday. f Mrs. Henry Smith went to Emmetsburg Saturday, from which point she will leave for Spencer on business of the relief committee for the Milwaukee. W. J. Johnston, traveling engineer, and O. A. Beerman, train"- ,^ · s*\ NOW PLAYING Ends Tuesday \ THE SEASON'S SMARTEST COMEDY "ONCE A GENTLEMAN" with the screen's funniest comedian Edward Everett Horton Ably Assisted By. 'LOIS WILSON, GEORGE FAWCETT KING BAGGOT, F. X. BUSHMAN AND EMERSON TBEACY A BOMBSHELL OF HOWLING HILARITY LADIES, GENTLEMEN, CHILDREN ·JiytEET Oliver, the perfect butter, who ·"·» learned about women--from HER.! ·p^MERALDS, cars, a villa in France for ·E* the "sweetest girl"--but he 'was only talking through his heart. M ISTAKEN for a gentleman--and what a success he was at iU CONTINUOUS SHOWS t:un _ x-.na 5:00 -- 7:00 9:00 · SUNDAY THl 2 P. M., 25c. 35o After 2 on Sunday. Kids Aluavs lOc. Also Chapter No. 8 "INDIANS ARE COMING' master, are in Marquette giving standard rule examinations. G. J. Igou, agent at Rapid City, was called to Mason City on account of the death of his father. ROCK ISLAND 'jLINES Lee Burt, Iowa Falls, water service department, Rock Island lines, transacted business in Mason City Monday. H. ,W. Odle, general freight and passenger-agent, Mason City, transacted business in Iowa Falls Monday. S. H. Williams, St. Louis, commercial agent, Florida East Coast railway, transacted business with the traffic department Tuesday. Otto Kopp, St. Paul, traveling freight agent, Northern Pacific railway, called on business Wednesday. J. I. McHugh, Cedar Rapids, traveling claim adjuster, transacted business in Mason City Thursday. J. T. Rylands, Des Moines, service inspector, was in Mason City Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. L,. A. Larson spent the week-end at La Crosse with Air. Larson's parents. Mr. Larson ia a rate clerk. . 24 Dumont Students Compete in Declam DUMONT, March 20.--Twenty- four children took part In the grade declamatory contest Wednesday evening at the schoolhouse. Judges decided aa follows: First place in oratorical, Harry Brown; second, Myrvel So'renson; first in dramatic, Kathleen Boeckmeier; second, Jean Barlow; humorous, Dorothy Anderson; second, Beth .Springer. A gold medal was given Kathleen Boeckemeier for first over all; a silver medal to Harry Brown for second, and a bronze medal to Dorothy Anderson for third. I At Mason City's iTHEATERS China,""wi'Cb'two American womeo ""*~"'"""~ "Fifty Million Frenchmen," which opened Saturday at the Palace, is a brilliant, natural color screen version of the play which captured Broadway last season. Many of the same people that appeared on the stage are seen in the picturization William Gaxton again portrays the role of Jack Forbes, the young American millionaire who wages with his two friends, Curamings and Baxter, that within two weeks he can woo and wed the pretty girl he has merely glimpsed but never met, anc all without a cent in his pocket. Helen Broderick again plays Violet, the strong-minded American tourist who throws so many monkey wrenches in the machinery. Lester Crawford, who plays Baxter, was also in the play. Cummlngs, the originator of the wager, himself mildly desirous of the pursued lady, is deftly played by John Haliday. The lady all the fuss is about is bewitchingly played by beautiful Claudia Dell. Nat Carr and Vera Gordon make much of their clever Jewish dialect as tourists in Paris. Carmelita Geraghty is good as an excitable mamselle, and Charles Judels is his Frenchiest as M. Per- nasse. But the bagful of monkeys is that outlandish team of clowns, Olsen and Johnson, who enact the pussyfooting- sleuths that pursue everybody, catch nobody, but cause tremendous laughter in the doing of it. ·--o-- The actor's actor--that's what they call Edward Everett Horton in Hollywood. Moviedom looks to "Eddie" Horton for recreation--and he gives it to them. His "little" theater has for several years been a fixture in the night life of the film city, and more celebrities than have ever been crowded into one picture, fill the seats of his popular playhouse of an evening-. Despite the strenuous job of appearing in star roles in the talkies--his latest being James Cruze's merry comedy "Once a Gentleman" now at the Strand theater. Horton appears nightly in bis own playhouse.. Horton leases the theater, engages the players, directs the performances, and usually appears himself in a leading role. Practically every player in Hollywood Is his friend, which explains the presence of famous stars on the screen in even minor roles of his stage hits. Among his most recent stage productions have been Shaw'a "Arms and the Man" and "Among the Married." In "Once a Gentleman" this expert comedian appears in the role of a valet, whose employer gives him a month's vacation in which to play gentleman. --o-The only convincing explanation of this winter's mildness ia that the wind ia tempered to the shorn Iamb --Kewanee Star-Courier. OCPU.7 "»--- -- - Lima's Postoffice Rating Is in Doubt WEST UNION, March 21. (/B-The village of Lima, nine miles south of here, is wondering whether it will remain in the postoffice directory. A postal department inspector recommended the office be discontinued and no mall was sent to Lima from West Union. The nexl day, however, came an order rescinding the first one. ~ Lima has been a postoffice since 1851. It lost the county seat three 'quarters of a century ago to West Union by a narrow margin. Plan Inquest in Death When Resisting Arrest WATERLOO, March 21. UP)--An nquest will be held into the fatal shooting of Albert Faley, Coroner 3. C. McMillan has announced. J'aley was shot Wednesday by Patrolman Jamea Lammert when ha resisted arrest. Police Chief Frank Shores said he believed the bullet struck Faley after it had glanced from .the side oE the room from which Faley attempted to flee. Tilda Miner Appeal Postponed by Court DES MOINES, March 21. (7P-- The Iowa supreme court has postponed the appeal of Tilda Miner of Olin, convicted of poisoning her husband, Edward Miner, more than a year ago. Her attorneys claim they were given insufficient time in the preparation of their case. Albert Hartwig, Jones county farmer ·who was alleged to have been implicated in the crime, was acquitted last fall. Suicide notes purported to have been written by Miner entered his widow's, trial, and are included in the evidence presented to the supreme court. Mrs. Miner is serving a life sentence in the women's reformatory at Rockwell City. North lowans Urged by Robinson for Post Now Given to Sam Thompson WASHINGTON, March 21.--Appointment of two residents o£ the third Iowa congressional district to the federal farm board was urged upon President Hoover by Representative T.. J. B. Robinson of thai district, before Sam H. Thompson Chicago, was chosen for the post. 4,000 Expected at Convention. BOVEY, Minn., March 20. (/PJ-More than 4,000 persons are expect ed to crowd this community, when the Dalfolkets National Forening convention is held here June 23 am 24. A two day reunion la st year a' Wheaton drew 3,000 visitors. The convention is held each year in com memoration of the Danish conques many years ago. Three Men Questioned in Clarinda Murders CLARINDA, March 21 UP--State Agent HI Yackey planned to question today three men held in connection with the death of Mr. and Mrs. Irving Beach, aged Clarinda couple. Yackey would not reveal the names of the suspects. The Beachea were attacked in their home last Sunday. Bank Charter Issued WASHINGTON, March 21. (/TV- The farm loan board has issued a charter for a new joint bank at Taylorville, 111., with a capitalization of 5250,000. The bank will serve communities in Iowa and Illinois. Speaker is Given Roses. . DES MOINES, March 21. UP)--· Roses for "bravery" have been presented to Speaker Francis Johnson of the house of representatives. Representative Ed R. Brown of PolU county tendered the bouquet in appreciation of the speaker's tact and ability in handling . the mass of farmers who appeared'in the house Thursday to protest against bovine tuberculin testing law. tho KELLY'S HARP ORCHESTRA OF OSAGE Will I'lay for tho AMERICAN LEGION OLDTIME DANCE Saturday Night, March 21 AT THE ARMORY Admission Always 25o Now ventilating system now In operation. HOUSE OF HITS NOW PLAYING THRU TUESDAY HOME OF THE BEST _ SUNDAY MATINEE UNTIL 2 P. M. 35c LAUGH; In the Cleverest, Catchiest Comedy Ever Concieved Whoopee With A French Flavor! Filmed Entirely in women -- Wine, women, -- the that fifty m Frenchmen wrong- about! TECHNICOLOR G G L E Nuttiest Nonsense Critics said it c o u 1 d n't be improved on tho stage. So Warner Bros. put it on the, screen. All In Technicolor. Spec/cr/ MIDNITE SWCf9t! Saturday 11:15 p. m. a Musical Comedy but the kind of comedy that 50 Million Americans are calling- "the greatest ever filmed!" R O A R S OUR GREATEST SHOW SEASON WITH AN UNBROKEN LINE OF THE FINEST PICTURES I WE HAVE EVER PRESENTED--WATCH FOR THEM! \

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