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THURSDAY, MARCH 23, 1939 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE D.G.K. WOVIE EDITOR Charlie Ruggles and Mary Boland in "Boy Trouble," at Ceciland Palace "Boy Trouble," which is at the Cecil and Palace Friday, features Charlie Ruggles, Mary Boland,. Donald O'Connor and Billy Lee in a parent-youth story of a typical American home. Joyce Mathews and John Hartley are the lovers of the film, and others in the cast include Andrew Tombes, Spencer Charters, Edward Gsrgan, Sheila Darcy and Zeffie Tilbury. The fourth estate gets the play at the Strand beginning Friday, where "Star Reporter" is booked. Warren Hull, Marsha Hunt, Morgan Wallace and Joseph Crehan are in this newspaper picture. Co-feature is a Hopalong Cassidy western, "In Old Mexico," with William Boyd again in the leading role of this series. George Hayes, Russell Hayden, Paul Sutton and Betty Amann are seen in supporting roles. AT THE PALACE Through Thursday Lots of entertainment awaits the midweek customer with two pictures of crime and sudden death on the same bill. An action crammed story of the government's war against the transportation racket by which fugitives slip across state and national borders tops the bill. J. Carrol Naish as the bos: racketeer in "Illegal Traffic" give, plenty of laughs as well as thrills Robert Preston doubles as G-man D A N C E AVALON BALLROOM Manly, Iowa -- FREE -FAREWELL DANCE THURSDAY, MARCH 23 Music by HAROLD LIBERSKY ADDED ATTRACTION TWO W-H-O KADIO STARS My LAST DANCE , Saturday, March 25 MAC and His International Truckers Admission 25c Plus Tax rid he-man lor the love interest ith Mary Carlisle opposite to rovide the incentive. Another vely, Judith Barrett, playing aish's girl, and Larry Crabbe as i gangster's first lieutenant help o fill the excellent bill. Gangsters Gr G-Men . . The new racket, transportation f fugitives from justice who are ided in their getaway by air- lanes, fast cars, trucks and radio ta lions as equipment, finally rings down upon the gangsters n ace G-man. He joins the gang s an. airplane pilot and learns ibout the racket from the inside in irder to round up the boss rack eteer. 'Torchy in Chinatown" bring Glenda Farrell, Barton MacLan and Tom Kennedy back in an other of the murder mystery series. Cleverness of the murder lot and cleverness of the woman Â·eporter's lines make it more en- ertaining than the usual run oÂ£ Jie mill. Miss Farrell in the title role speeds up solution of the mystery to obtain a scoop for her paper while MacLane flounders under a barrage of Kennedy's poems. (If you haven't heard Kennedy's poems, you haven't heard the worst in poetry.) Beef Lodged in Throat of Nashua Man Is Removed N A S H U A -- W h e n a large piece of beef became lodged in J. T. Huffman's throat a few days ago, physicians at Charles City hospital were unable to dislodge it, and he was sent to Iowa City where a specialist worked for more than two hours to remove it Tuesday. $50,600 Program of Eload Improvement Is Planned in Hancock GARNER--A $50,600 road improvement program will be undertaken in Hancock county this year, according-to an announcement made Wednesday by County Engineer Charles F. Merten. Work will be done in all 16 townships of the county, Mr. Merten said. Included in the program are 35 miles of grading and graveling and nine bridges ranging in price from $300 to $900. The grading will cost approximately $22,800; the graveling approximately $22,000; and the bridges $5,800. MRS. ROB ROY CERNEY TALKS Addresses Members of Forest City's 20th Century Club. FOREST CITY--Mrs. Rob Roy Cerney of Mason City gave a talk Tuesday evening to the members of the Twentieth Century club and their guests. Dressed in the costumes of the native Hungarian, Austrian, Pole and Czecho-Slovakian, Mrs. Cerney graphically pictured the his tory, the people and their cus toms and the present status o each in turn. She also illustrated her talk by interesting persona incidents. While hatred and wa breeds in Europe, we too hav our responsibilities, Mrs. Cerne pointed out, not the least of whic is tolerance and the need in "see ing the world whole." Several of the club member Iso modeled some of Mrs. Cerey's costumes, Mrs. E. J. Brown, he costume representing Miss taly; Mrs. Joe Graham, Miss Por- ugal; Mrs. R. T. Norvet, Miss C z e c ho-Slovakia; Mrs. J. S. eorge, Miss Yugo-Slavia; and Mrs. H. N. Rye, Miss Hungary, Dvelyn Otis, accompanied by foyce Ransom, gave a xylophone iolo. Search for Missing [owa Falls Resident IOWA FALLS -- According to Chief of Police Joe Sallee, no trace has been found oÂ£ Mrs. Irene Brown, who has been missing since last week. She is 25 years JOICE SENIORS TO GIVE PLAY "Hold Everything," Farce Comedy, Is Billed for-2 Days JOICE--The senior class of the Joice high school has chosen "Hold Everything" as its class play. It is a three act comedy and is a royalty play. Those taking part are: Mareella mon, May 14 and commencement xercises May 19. old Hoping to. locate the missing woman, police have broadcast her description and that of the car in which she left over the Iowa police radio system. Early last week she filed a petition for a divorce from her husband, Russell Brown, charging cruel and inhuman treatment. She is the mother of two children, age 5 and 3. Larson, Virginia Olson, Jerome Rognes, Janice Rognes, Senoma Abraham, Anthony Haugebak Clarine Aamodt, Sonoma Bang Elaine Evenson, Mavis Thompson Lane Granskou, Edwin Berry anc Robert Estel. Miss Kathryn Tweet en will be the director and th play will be presented April 2 and 28 at the high school gym nasium. Other senior dates have bee set as follows: Junior-senior ban quet May 12, commencement ser 3sage Man Suffers n]ury in Mishap OSAGE--Mitchell Morrison, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walton Morrison, s a patient at a Mason City hos- lital where he is being treated for serious injuries to an eye received when he was struck by a piece of .ron that he was cutting. The eyelid and eyeball were sliced but doctors believe that il no infection sets in the sight of the eye will not be seriously impaired. Mr. Morrison has a position a the John Deere company Implement Shop here. Regular Meeting of Farm Bureau Held LITTLE CEDAR--The Libert township Farm Bureau held il regular monthly meeting at th home of Henry Hockens Tuesda evening. SINGERS WILL GIVE CONCERT Plantation Group to Appear at Gamer Church on Sunday GARNER--The Plantation Singers will make their second appearance before a Garner audi- e when they present a concert here next Sunday night, March 20. For the second year they wiU sing in the local Methodist Episcopal church, and their appearance here has heen arranged by the pastor, the Rev. V. V. Schuldt. Negro spirituals and sacred music will be included by the colored quartet which is studying music at the Ellsworth college conservatory in Iowa Falls. The concert here is scheduled for 8 p. m. and will be open, without charge, to the public. A collection will be taken to defray expenses of the quartet, the pastor said. ' QUEEL IS APPOINTED CRESCO -- George Queel of Cresco was appointed second deputy sheriff by Sheriff Percy Haven and First Deputy Mrs. A. T. Pederson, widow of the late Albert T. Pederson of Hov.'ard county, and the appointment will be confirmed at the next session of the county board of supervisors, probably about March 27. Initial Meeting of Community Council Held at Emmetsbur EMMETSBURG -- Representatives of 16 Emmetsburg organizations attended the first meeting of the local Community Council held in the city hall here Tuesday night. W. F. Eagen was elected temporary chairman of the gathering. Sponsored by the Emmetsburg chamber of commerce, the community council is intended as an official representative of all civil, church, social and other organizations. The council would function in approving and preparing programs affecting the entire community, and in obtaining ratification of these programs back in the original organizations from which the delegates are sent. GET A CAR YOU'LL BE PROUD TO OWN AND DRIVE BE HERE FRIDAY Attend Either the CECIL or PALACE This is the one day of the week when everyone should 30 to a movie! Always a good show! Members of Ugo Igo Club, Joice. Meet JOICE--Members of the Ugo Igo club met Wednesday afternoon at the Dr. C. W. Peterson home. Mrs. Willis Larson - and Mrs. Evelyn Haroldson presented a program on etiquet. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Peterson. JLB. North IOWA'S Finest Theater Ends Thursday Night ROBERT MONTGOMERY ROSALIND RUSSELL in "FAST AND LOOSE" For Months You've Heard the Chase and Sanborn Radio Hour Every Sunday Night--Now See Char- __. . -.--.-, ,, A ._ lie and Edgar Battle it Out on the STARTS SAT. Screen. THE GREATEST FUN FEUD IN HISTORY! W. C. FIELDS^ KM Ufcivtrtal Picture BERGEN and ctfAnify MCCARTHY AND CHARLIE'S OTHER RIVAL "MORTIMER" MOVIE MENU CECIL -- "Fist and Loose" ends Thursday, "Boy Trouble" Friday. PALACE--"Illegal Traffic" and *'Torchy in Chinatown' Thursday. "Boy Trouble' day. STRAND--"You and Me' "Pride of the Navy" end Thursday. "Star Reporter" and 'In Old Mexico" begin Friday. STATE -- "California Frontier" and "Little Miss Thoroughbred" through Saturday. LAKE--(Clear Lake)--"Submarine Patrol" through Friday. end Friand THURSDAY - FRIDAY "Submarine Patrol" --with--Â· RICHARD NANCY GREENE KELLY STARTS SUNDAY 'Â·WINGS OF THE NAVY" DANCE AND STAY YOUNG FRI., EARL HUNT Â· MIXED DANCE Â· 26c-41c Tax Included SAT., LYNN KERNS --and-The Rhythm Club Swing Band PLUS ADDED ATTRACTION 26c-74c Tax Included Think What It Means To Save So Much Money On A Better Looking, Sweeter Running, More Modern Car! --Ends Thursday icht-- GT.ENDA FARREI.I. in "TORCHT BLANf. IK CHINATOWN" and Â·TLLEGAX, TRAFFIC" TCilh SUr Cast --Ends Thnrsdaj- Nltht-- GEO. RAFT Â»nd SYLVIA In "YOU AND ME"--Also "PRIDE OF THE NAVY" LATE BUS FRI TODAY Thru SATURDAY FRIDAY and SATURDAY YES, HE'S COMING! SATURDAY MCntfvu Â·Â· Â· m SHOWN jHffi mm Chapter 2 Flash Gordon's Trip to Mars" pioÂ« -- FeÂ»t. No. "STAR RErORTF.R." with SUr CÂ»Â«t LUCILLE BALL in Â·Beauty for the Outside of the actual cash savings which North Iowa Used Car Week offers--the genuine opportunities to buy at rock-bottom prices--what's the outstanding news angle of this great event? Undoubtedly it is the discovery by owners of old cars that cars built in the last few years have improved more than they dreamed! It's a real thrill to take the wheel of one of the many 1938, '37 or '36 cars included in this sale--and discover how a modern car handles--how much more pleasure it offers. Get ready for spring with a car that brings real pride of ownership--modern style--smooth, powerful performance--roomy bodies and luggage space--safe brakes --quieter operation--better economy--big tires--modern riding comfort . . . all yours at prices far below those of several months ago! This is no ordinary sale. Car dealers, stocked with these good used cars, have joined in a great, city-wide cooperative movement to "get things moving." You may not even need cash to make the switch. Your present car may cover the down-payment on the car you want. Balance on easy terms. If you have no car to trade, you can still take advantage of the low down-payments and easy terms during this sale. Don't delay--trade your old car for a better car, today! MORTHJIOWA MARCH 18-25 See Any of the Following Co-operating Mason City Dealers: Birum-Olson Company ' 3 1 6 N. Federal Ave. Cerro Gordo Nash Co. 11 5 N. Delaware Ave. Folsom Auto Company 19 Third Street N. E. Hart Motors, Inc. 120 N. Delaware Ave. international Harvester Company 23 Sixth Street S. E. Jewel Motors, Inc. 305 N. Federal Ave. John Gallagher, Inc. 116 S. Delaware Ave. Lapiner Motor Co. 125 S. Delaware Ave. Lien Nelson 612 S. Federal Ave. North Iowa Motors 520 N. Federal Ave. Pritchard Motor Co. 202 First Street S. E. S. and R. Chevrolet Co. 18 S. Washington Ave. The Car Marker 18 Second Street S. E. Zenor Motor Co. 21 Second Street S. W. Consult the WANT AD SECTION OF THE GLOBE-GAZETTE for NORTH IOWA USED CAR WEEK BARGAINS ' '