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March 23, 1931

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 10

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10 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE MARCH 23 1931 r MRS. RUTH CAMPBELL Musical Program Starts at 1 P.M. BRING YOUlT PENCIL AND NOTEBOOK THE MOST INTERESTING AND INSTRUCTIVE EVENT OF THE YEAR MRS. RUTH CAMPBELL Lecture Will Start At 2P.M. BRING YOUR PENCIL AND NOTEBOOK * BRINGS PRACTICAL IDEAS AND PLEASING PERSONALITY TO the Mason City Globe-Gazette F R E E High School Auditorium The Cooking School is ready. The stage is a modem setting for a aeries of practical talks that will be helpful to every woman present. The pleasing personality of the Lecturer, supplemented by a refreshing humor^ will make the sessions interesting as well as instructive. The subjects to he discussed will include many phases of housekeeping, such as planning of meals, buying of foodstuffs, proper use of utensils and appliances and intricacies of diet and child feeding. The far-reaching benefits of such a course of lectures by so notable an authority will make this Cooking School an especially worthwhile event. Make an unusual effort to attend and enjoy this first session. ILL WRITES OPERA "Fifty Million Frenchmen," the Warner Bros, and Vitaphone pro- uction in Technicolor, which is iow playing: at the Palace theater, cside being a gay. romance of youth and love is one .of the most uproar- ous pictures of the year. Olsen and pbnson, known as two of the nut- Asiootatei Prett Photo Eugene Ysaye, 73,' famous violinist, wrote the opera "Peter the Miner," while recovering from a leg amputation In Idege, Belgium. At Mason City's THEATERS · Chaplin to Be Chevalier. PARIS, March 23. CW--The Havas ews agency says today that a degree naming Charles Chaplin -a hevalier of the legion of honor will e issued soon by the foreign of- :ce. Court Sticks to Decision. WASHINGTON, March 23. --( e supreme court today refused to eview its recent decision sustaining he validity'of the old Nebraska ank guaranty law. YEW DISCOVERY STOPS CAUSE OF STOMACH GAS In his private practice.' Dr. Carl iscovered the cause of stomach gas often In the UPPER bowel. So e perfected a simple remedy to aah out stomach, and BOTH upper and lower' bowel._ He named this emedy Adlerika.:' ' l . ·."'.'.'·"--;;;·"-""''.?.? Adlerika washes out poisons ·hich cause gas, nervousness, bad' leep. Get Adlerika today; in 2 ours you will be rid of all gas and owel poisons. Huxtable Drug Co. For free cample send 2c stamp to ADkERIKA CO., Dept. PF, St. Paul, Minn. tiest nuts of nut land are in evidence sleuths, and the cast includes William Gaxton, Helen Broderick, Claudia Dell, Lester Crawford, John Halliday, Vera Gordon, Nat Carr and hundreds of supporting players. 'Fifty Million Frenchmen" is filmed entirely In Technicolor. * --o-"Charley's Aunt," an hilarious comedy of student life at · picturesque Oxford university, is the latest vehicle of that famous player, Charlie Ruggles, beloved of millions of fans. This Columbia picture, produced by Christie; comedy specialist, is now playing at the Cecil thru Tuesday., Charlie .Ruggles was a happy choice for the starring role. Ruggles possesses that combination of slapstick and sophisticated humor necessary for the successful interpretation of the "dowager aunt from Brazil." This is the biggest role that he has had to date, altho his previous. ones were all successful. They were rolea that established Ruggles in an unique position on the screen in spite of the fact that they were always secondary parts. Often he succeeded in stealing the picture from the star. In "Charley's Aunt" he plays the title role and the 'wish of many a fan will thus be. satisfied . . . . to see Charlie Ruggles in a picture that is "really his." June Collyer, Haliwell Hobbes, Flora Le Breton, Flora Sheffield, Rodney -McLennon, Hugh Williams ·and Doris Lloyd play supporting roles. James Craze personally directed his latest production, the hilarious comedy, ''Onceia Gentleman," with Edward Everett Horton and Lois Wilson, now playing at the Strand theater thru Tuesday. The screen wizard who made "The Covered Wagon," "Old Ironsides," and other memorable . screen successes, dem- onstrates that his sWU in making corking* comedies equals his famous ability to turn out stupendous dra- · "Once * Gentleman" is a joyous tale of mistaken Identity, and concerns a valet who takes a month's vacation to play 'gentleman. Unusual comedy situations, bright dia- -· log- and expert acting combine with Cruze's brilliant direction to make this one of the gayest screen comedies shown here in a long time. In the stellar cast, assembled by Cruze, to support the featured players are Francis X. Bushman, King Baggot, Evelyn Pierce, George Fawcett and Emerson Treacy. The Iowa theater is presenting Robert Montgomery in "Love in the Rough" for the last time Monday evening. --o-"Danger Ughts," spectacular ail talking railroad drama, will be shown at the Iowa Tuesday and Wednesday, Featuring Louis Wolhelra, Robert Armstrong and Jean Arthur, the picture is a faithful depiction of the ·practical and romantic sides of railroad life. "Danger Lights" was filmed over the right- of-way of the Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul and-Pacific railroad. Play Near St. Ansgar Is; Attendeo^by Large Crowd ST. ANSGAR, March 23.--The play, "A Couple oC Million," given at the Bohemian hall east of. St. Ansgar Friday evening drew a full house. Music between the acts was furnished by the Suchy orchestrn of St. Ansgar. At the close of the third act Arnot Sine of tne Otranto h'igh school delivered the oration he used in the declamatory contest FREE 25c LAST TIME MONDAY ROBERT MONTGOMERY -- in -"LOVE IN THE ROUGH" FREE--A Gift of Dressenvare to Every Lady Attending the V Monday Matinee pr Evening Shows. TUES. -- WED. 1SST OMAf RAILtOAD TALK THillttR R A D I O eicruRC . WITH ,OUIS ,WOLHEIM CECIIJ Mason City's Finest Theater NOW PLAYING Thru Tuesday Imagine the girls' surprise' when they oiscovered that the sweet little lady they had been era- bracing as "Auntie" turned out to be a handsome college youth! AUNT Starts Wednesday 'The Lady Refuses' With BETTY COMJPSON TBANB Just Two More Days k Who Wouldn't Smile As Pretty LOIS WILSON does here, or even burst into hilarity, If.what you had to gaze at was as laughable as this comic face? . of Edward Everett Horton Star of "ONCE A GENTLEMAN" Hearty chuckles, smart dialog, sumptuous settings in the screen's laugh sensation. ALSO CHAPTER NO. 8 "THE INDIANS ARE COMING" Starts Wednesday. The Most Human, Thrill-Packed Mother- Love Story Since * Vtftftf// i'OYER riVl -KT* -/ THE V*^* g^/L^ IULL" trom tlic hook * » Tomorrow, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday March 24-25-26-27 PALA Now Playing 50,000,000 LAUGHS IN THIS SNAPPIEST OF COMEDIES SO MILLION with Olsen Johnson William Guvton Claudin Dell Helen Broderick John HaUlday A Warner Bros. Hit All In N Teohnicoior STARTS WEDNESDAY RUTH CHATTERTON First Lady of the Screen in Unfaithful ££

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