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FOUR MASON CITY GLOBE-fiAZETTE APRIL 28 1934 Charles City News G.O.PJOMEN HOLD MEETING Gather for Dinner Before District Rally; Anna Stillwell Talk*. CHARLES CITY, April 28.-Forty republican women, mostly from Floyd county, had dinner at the Hildreth hotel last evening preceding the fourth district republican rally held in the courthouse. (Story about rally on another page.) Miss Anna Stillwell, Waukon, fourth district committeewoman, was the guest of honor and spoke briefly at a short meeting held later in the clubroom of the hotel. Mrs,. Blanche Dunkleberg, Rockford, vice chairman of the Floyd county republican central committee, presided at the meeting when plans for the organization of a women's republican club were discussed. 'Twelve women from Rockford and 10 women from Clear Lake attended. Among the guests from other counties were the wives of three political' candidates, Mrs. Clarence Knutson, Clear Lake; Mrs. King Palmer, West Union, and Mrs. Donahue, New Hampton. It is probable that the machinery of the republican central committee will start a republican club in this county after the project has beej given sufficient publicity. Mrs. Dunkleberg plans to call a meeting later to be held in the courthouse and all republican women will be invited to identify themselves with the new organization so as to be able to do more effective work. Miss Stillwell was the guest of Mrs. W. D. Lindaman while in the city. She returned to her home this morning. Pre-School Roundup to Begin 'in Charles City CHARLES CITT, April 28.--The · Charles City pre-school roundup will begin May 1, the health day set by the National Congress of Parents and Teachers. All children who will enter kindergarten in September are urged to go to their family physician for an examination or come to the clinic to be held in each ward school. The dates of the clinics are Tuesday, May 1, Central school; May 2,-*Lincoln; May 3, McKinley and May 4, Washington. Music Week Observance Is Planned With Program CHARLES CITT, April 28.--Music week will be observed with a : special program in the First Methi odist c h u r c h Sunday evening. ^Wendell Wade of'Cornell college . iyill be the guest organist and pian- iit and several local persons will take part on the program. Helen Taylor will play a piano solo, Aria Collis will play the "Allegro Movement of the Bruch Concerto" by Eruch, accompanied by Mrs. Stella Niemack and a mixed quartet will sing two numbers. The members of the quartet are Geraldine Taylor, Dorothy Sanders, Carl Magdsick and Edward Melcher. U.S, OFFERS TO SPEND $125,000 Wifl Aid Iowa in Setting Up Farm for Beef Cattle Experiment. DBS MOINES, April 28. UP)-Ray Murray, sate secretary of agriculture, today announced, that the bureau of animal industry of the United States department of agriculture has offered to spend $125,000 in Iowa for the establishment of a beef cattle experiment farm providing the state provides a 1,000 acre farm for the project. Secretary Murray said he will meet Monday afternoon with H. H. Kildee, dean of agriculture at Iowa State college; Lieut Gov. Nels G. Kraschel and members of the state board of control to consider the offer and a location for the farm if the offer is accepted. The farm would be operated by the state college and would be located within a reasonable distance of Ames, Murray said. It would be self supporting, once established, and operted by Iowa state animal husbandry students under faculty direction. At Mason City THEATERS CHARLES CITY BRIEFS CHARLES CITY, April 28.-County Treasurer C. E, Laun gave a talk on takes to the members of the Lions' club Friday noon. Dr. P. E. Stuart of Nashua and Dr. H. H. Kruse of Rockford were guests. Mr. and Mrs. C. Rath of Powersville are parents of a son born at their home near Powersville yesterday. The dance sponsored by the Young Democrats club was attended by 50 couples Thursday evening. Marie Clancy, Mary Gough and Garland Campbell were the committee in charge of tne dance which was held in the Legion hall. The Sacred Heart guild gave a card party at the home of Miss Catherine Monen Thursday afternoon when 10 tables played bridge and 500. The young people of the Flood Creek church who presented an Easter pageant, "His Cross," will repeat it Sunday evening at the Rudd M. E. church. Mrs. H. C. Doore and son, Allen, motored to Des Moines to attend the Drake relays and visit Jeanne Doore who attends the university. About 175 persons attended the program given by the local Odd Fellow and Rebekah lodges in honor of the 115th anniversary of the founding of the lodge in America. The Rev. A. A. Rideout gave the history of the order after which H. L. Lockwood spoke and Supt. A. W. Stubbs of the Odd Fellows home at Mason City presented a group of girls in songs, tap dances and readings. · Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Hirsch who were married 30 years ago yesterday were surprised by 45 relative* who gathered at their home seven miles west of the city. They have lived in that community ever since they were married. Mrs. William Hathorn and son, William, Mason City, were in Charles City yesterday, Mr. Hathom being here on business and Mrs. Hathorn, a guest of Mrs. George Blake. Shaw Writing Naw Flay That he is spending part of his time on his sea voyage in writing another play, was announced by Bernard Shaw when he arrived at Auckland, N. Z., recently. Shaw has been taking the voyage for the benefit of his health, and he'looked well when he lauded at Auckland for a month's sojourn in New Zealand. By R. ). p.' ARMORED TANK OF JUNGLES CAPTURED A rhinoceros, still described as a "baby" although it weighed two tons, Is captured by Frank Buck in one of the sequences of "Wild Cargo," thrilling and authentic filming of wild animal stalking in the Malaysian jungles which runs through Tuesday at the Cecil. This rhino is one of the most valuable specimens now in captivity and the only male of the species in this country. He is kept in the St. Louis zoo where he is insured for $8,800. * * * An Inventor whose most successful invention is his ingenuity in evading work--similar to Major Hoople of the camic strip--finally realizes something besides grief from his gadgets. It is difficult to conceive of a role more suitable for W. C. Fields. "You're Telling Me" is the name of the production. On the same bill is a picture starring Irene Dunne in the role of a wife fighting a losing battle with Constance Cummings, a divorcee, for her husband's affections. These two shows compose the double bill which begins a four day run Saturday at the Palace. * * * BAXTER AND LOY IN 'TENTHOUSE" Warner Baxter and Myrna Loy are together in a clever gangster picture, "Penthouse," with a strong supporting cast Good entertainment, fast moving, with plenty of suspense, this film plays a return engagement Sunday and Monday at the Strand.. * * * Ann Harding, Robert Young and Nils Asther are up to their usual standards in "The Right to Romance" which returns'to the Iowa Sunday and Monday. Miss Harding's role is that of a famous woman plastic surgeon. * * * George Raft exhibits his dancing talent, which has always been a principal source of livelihood for him, when he portrays the leading role in "Bolero" opposite Carol Lombard, Frances Drake and Sally Rand. This film is billed for a three day run starting Wednesday at the Cecil. "LAZY RIVER" COMES TO PALACE A story of Louisiana bayou district and its inhabitants is told in "Lazy River" which shares the midweek bill at the Palace with "Success at Any Price." * * # Constance Bennett to "After To night" divides the Strand midweek program with "Goodby Love," a comedy of matrimony and alimoni featuring Charlie Ruggles. Ths Bennett film features a back ground of the World war and a romance between opposing spies. * * * Warren William and Jean Mui top the cast of an interesting ro mance between a pseudo physiciai and a nurse which finally turns ou for the best The film is titled "Bedside" and is billed Tuesda; and Wednesday at the Iowa. * * * "It Happened One Night," fcru star picture featuring Gable an Colbert starts a six day engage ment at the Iowa Thursday. Given Farewell Party. ROWAN, April 28. -- Member and friends of the Congregationa church gave the Rev. La Bount and family a farewell receptio Wednesday evening. CLEAR LAKE,~IOWA Andy Kirk 12 CLOUDS OF JOY The Grand Opening Band SATURDAY, APRIL 28 Ladies S6c--Gents 41c JACK CRAWFORD The Fnnny Fat Man THURSDAY, MAY S WIT THOMA And His 10 Prlncetonlans SATURDAY, MAY 5 Masoo City Screen Attractions HITTING IT OFF IN THE LATEST LAUGH-FEST, "YOU'RE Telling Me," at the Palace four days starting Saturday are W. C. Fields, Joan Marsh and Larry "Buster" Crabbe. FRANK (BRING 'EM BACK ALIVE) BUCK EXHmiTS FOR THE first time on Hie screen the wee Asiatic mouse deer in "Wild Cargo," which opens a four day engagement at the Cecil theater Saturday. _ MYRNA LOJT AND WARNER B4XTER IN "ARTHUR SOMERS Roche's "Penthouse," at the Strand, starting on Saturday's midnight show, then Sunday and Monday. KOSSUTH YOUNG DEMOS ORGANIZE ammil Elected President; 250 Hear Albert Lea Judge Speak. ALGONA, April 28.--Two hun- red and fifty attended an organ- ation meeting of the Young Dem- cratic club of Kosuth county Fri- ay evening when the following of- cers were chosen: Paul Hammil AJgona, president; Mrs. Francis radley of Bancroft, vice president; m Geeley of Whittemore, secre- ary, and Harry Sherman of Wes- y, treasurer. L. E. Linnan, who presided, point- d out benefits Kossuth county had eceived from the democratic ad- inistration and said the democrats are the majority party in Kossuth. Judge F. D. Melghen of Albert, the main speaker, reviewed the emocratic platform of 1932 and xplained the home loan corpora- on, codes of fair competition and ublic works program. He urged he continuance of the recovery pro- ram by returning democrats to ffice and said the United States will look to Iowa for its reception f what the government has done o help agriculture. To fall to re- urn the democrats would be to re- urn to the days of 1829, he pointed The next meeting will be held May 4. 1 IRENE DUNNE, AT THE PALACE FOR FOUR DAYS STARTING Saturday in "This Man Is Mine," a sparkling comedy with Constance Cummings, Ralph Bellamy and Kay Johnson. CLARK GABLE AND CLAUDETTE COLBERT IN "IT HAPPEN- ed One Night," excellent light comedy which the Iowa theater management has obtained for a week's showing scheduled to begin Thursday, May S. This the first presentation of this production in Mason City. bridge on Turkey River Near Cresco Completed CRESCO, April 28.--The New Jre'gon bridge, spanning the Turkey river on Dvorak highway, two miles south of Cresco, is now com- Jleted and will be open for traffic early in May. The bridge is of the continuous I beam type with concrete floor and curbing with steel side rails. .rain and a trainload of exiles xaveling over the same track in classless 1 Russia. During his talk Mr. Stirniman, who spent three years in the employ of the soviet government, indicated various points f similarity of the soviet' system ;o our own recent practices of crop reduction. Stimiman Speaks at Riceville on Russia RICEVILLE, April 28.--Prof. Edward Stirniman gave an illustrated lecture on Russia under the old and new systems at the schoolhouse Thursday evening. Particularly interesting were two of his lantern slides depicting an. official's private Charles Cityans Initiate Cresco Future Farmers CRESCO, April 28.--A group of Future Farmers, accompanied by Paul Auringer of Charles City, came over to Cresco Friday evening and initiated a similar group of members oi the Vocational Agricultural class of which H. R Schroder is instructor. These local organizations are under the National Future Farmers of America. CECIL Saturday, Sunday, Monday and uesday--Frank Buck's "Wild argo." Wednesday, Thursday, Friday-- jeorge Raft with Carol Lombard in "Bolero." Sally Rand heads the upporting cast. PALACE Saturday, Sunday, Monday, Tues- ay --\y. C. Fields in "You're Tel- ing Me," with Buster Crabbe, Joan, Marsh and Adrienne Ames, and Irene Dunne and - Constance Cum- mtags in "This Man Is Mine," with Ralph Bellamy. Wednesday, Thursday, Friday-'Lazy River," with Robert Young and Jean Parker, and "Success at 4ny Price," with Douglas Fair- ks, Jr., Genevieve Tobin, Frank Morgan, Colleen Moore and Edward Everett Horton. STRAND Sunday, Monday--Warner Bax- ;er and Myrna Loy in "Penthouse," with Charles Butterworth, Mae Clark and Phillips Holmes. Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday-Double feature program: Constance Bennett in "After Tonight" and Charles Ruggles in "Goodby Love.' : There's Always a Bigger and Better Show at the TWO BIG FIRST-RUN FEATURE PICTURES at a Smaller Admission Now Showing From Gags To Riches MAT. 21c Except Sunday EVE. 31c --In-Man Is Mine" Constance Cummings Ralph Bellamy COMING ATTRACTIONS Friday, Saturday---"Tracy Rides,' Tom Tyler's latest picture, and the third chapter of "Pirate Treasure.' IOWA Sunday, Monday--Ann Harding in Th« Right to Romance" with Rob ert Young, Nils Asther and Sari Maritza. Tuesday, Wednesday,--"Bedside 1 with Warren William, Jean Muir and Allen Jenkins. Thursday through Tuesday--"I Happened One Night," starrin] Clar'/i Gable and Claudette Colbert McDonald Nominated as Algona Postmaste WASHINGTON, April 28.--Pres ident Roosevelt nominated the fol lowing lowans to the senate to b postmasters: Algona, James A. Me Donald; Birmingham, William R Schott; Brandon, William A. Fies ter; Denison, Henry C. Finner Grand River, E. Harold Gilbreath Greene, Albert B. Mahnke; Janes ville, Charles W. Taylor; Madrid Otah R. Darby; Maxwell, Ernest L Wood; Oelwein, John W. Dwyer Osceola, Joe Goodman; Reinbeck Thomas J. Emmett. MHJNITE SHOW TONECE Come Before 9-^See HEN MAYNARD "HONOR OF THE RANGE" and "PENTHOUSE" Also Showing SUN. and MON. ^ MYRNA LOV CHARLES BUTTERWORTH PHILIPS HOLMES MAE CLARKE C. HENRY GORDON GEORGE E. STONE Sun. Adults 21c Kids lOc Double Feature Program Tues.-Wed.-Thurs. Constance Bennett "After Tonlte" and Charles Ruggles "Goodbye Love" A luxurious skyscraper In mad Manhattan Is the scene of a mystery that trill baffle you to the end, a romance that will touch your heart! . Added Enjoyment LEON ERROL In "Hirte JJttle Svrtgn" Cartoon "Jolly Good Fellows" PATHE SEWS 82 Students Listed on Quarter's Honor Roll at Iowa State AMES, April 28. UP)--One hun- red and eighty-two Iowa State col- ege students today were listed on he honor roll for the winter quar- er, having received a grade of B or bove in all courses and having tak- n at least 14 credit-hours of work. Regina Kildee of Ames, daughter rf H. H. Kildee, dean of the divi- ion of agriculture, again topped the st by having received a. grade of B r above in all her courses for the ast 10 quarters. Eugene Levine of Ames had a ecord of nine consecutive quarters C grade work or above. Robert :awley of Ames and Weldon Wln- ,ade of Shipman, 111., were on the st the seventh consecutive quar- r. Eight students were listed as having received a straight A average. Vorthwood Commerce Club Hears Milligan, Shaffer and Dr. Kunz NORTHWOOD, April 28.--The Commercial club meeting Friday vening in the Masonic hall was at ended by 100. Musical features were given by Fred Shaffer and Dr H. F. Kunz of Mason City. Lester Milligan, secretary of the Mason City Chamber of Commerce gave an address on some of the fun lamentals of commercial club work stressing the importance of a dif« nite program on which to work. He commented on what the county seat merchant could do to keep business from going to other towns. At the business meeting, the club voted to support the American Legion in plans for a rodeo early m June and authorized the president to appoint a committee to work on an advertising campaign. Co-operation with the Worth county fair association was voted. HAMPTON HEARS O'CONNOR TALK Franklin Jeffersonian Club Meeting 1$ Attended by Large Crowd. HAMPTON, April 28.--A large crowd was present at the meeting of the Franklin county Jeffersooian club held in the courtroom of the courthouse Thursday evening. Ove A. Johnson presided at the meeting and interoduced the candidates who will make up the democratic ticket at the June primary. The principal talk of the evening was given by Attorney General Edward L. O'Connor, Iowa City, Among the out-of-town visitors present were Mr. and Mrs. D. Jarol- man, Mrs. C. Shank and Mrs. Ada Garner of Butler county, Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Hughes of Cedar Falls and Mr. Dougherty of Clarion. Mrs. Roy Westcott, democratic candidate for county recorder, was on the program with a chalk talk, and John R. Coonley gave several readings. Starts SUN. ADULTS 21; CfflLDREN 10c IOWA MANN with ROBERT YOUNG NDLS ASTHER SARI MARITZA ADDED Clark McCullough Comedy Jack Denny and His Band Cartoon and News Events ., · LAST TIME SATURDAY BUCK JONES in "MAN TRAILER" Comedies -- Novelty -- News ECI STARTS TODAY! THE JUNGLE UNFOLDS ITS WORLD OF MYSTERY TO THE MAN WHO IS US LORD! THE BIGGEST SHIPLOAD OF THMLLS SINCE NOAH'S ARK! "BRINGING 'EM BACK "HIM" Deeds you thought MAN never dared to do -- now before your very eyes! __Added!__ MICKEY MOUSE in "GIANT LAND"

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