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March 24, 1931

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 14

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12 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE MARCH 24 1931 Oil Station at,Rowan v Is Built by Harry Cain ROWAN, March 2 4 . , -- . H a r r y Cain purchased a lot on" the primary road. No. 10 in the north part of town and is erecting a two story building to be used as an oil station arid as a residence for himself and Mrs. Cain. They will, conduct a lunch counter in connection with the oil business. Will HeJp Boy Scouts. BELMOND, M arc h . 24.--At the regular Juncheon of the Lions club at Hotel Case .Monday, the group voted to work with the American Legion as sponsors of the Boy Scout movement in Belmond. Opportunity knocks at the door of many a man who is honking for service somewhere else. ·-- Arkansas Gazette. . T H E School FREDERIGKSBURG MAN IS BURIED Funeral Services Are Held for John Ward, Born "·""·' in England. FREDERICK SBTJRG, March . 24. -^-Funeral 'services, for John Ward were held at his home Sunday afternoon with the Rev. Carl Spleker of the Baptist church officiating'. Burial was in Rose Hill cemetery.' Mr. Ward, was born in Huntingtonshire, England, Sept. 24, 1844 and died »t his home here Friday. He is survived by his wife, one son, Charles Ward, and 'oflB daughter, Mrs. Charles Pettlt, both of Fredericks* burg. ; : .'· Rites for Mrs. Reed Are Held in Greene GREENE, March 24.-- Funeral services were held Sunday afternoon at the funeral parlors by the Rev, William G. Grosshelm, pastor of the Presbyterian church, for Mrs. P. F. Reed who died at her home at Ladysmith, Wis., and whose "body was brot here Sunday morning. Her husband preceded her in death nine months ago. She is a sister of Mrs. V. C. Blrney of Greene. · · " GRETA'S DOUBLE? Formerly Managed Hotel. NASHUA, March 24-- Mrs. Sarah Jane Way, 98, who died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. William Maude, Los Angeles, was a resident of Bradford for many years, where she managed the old Bronson hotel, a thriving country hostelery in the early days. Later the Ways moved over to Nashua where they owned and managed the Way hotel, which in recent years has been converted into the Grand theater. CLAUSEN RITES HELD IN OS AGE 'rifling Scratch Results in Blood Poisoning, Causes Death. O S A G E , March 24.-- Rudolph Clausen, who died Saturday morn- ng of blood poison which'developed rom what seemed a trifling scratch n his hand, was buried yesterday nornlng. Services were tield at acred Heart church. He is survived y his widow and five young chil- ren, two sons and three daughters. His brother, Henry, who helped him vork their large farm north of :dwn, and three sisters also survive: Mrs. August Eske, Mrs. Henry Green and Mrs. Lizzie Cleaver. Sweden is so proud of Greta Gnrbo that It recently staged a contest to pick the Swedish girl who most resembled the famous screen star. Photo above shows the winner, Miss Eivor Nor'dstroem, Stockholm. The contest was judged by Victor Seastroem, film producer, and Anna Q. Nilsson, who used to make our hearts throb back in the days of silent pictures. G A S R A N G E * The Choice of Good Cooks the World Over Mrs. Ruth Campbell adds her endorsement to the Roper Range Mrs. Campbell explains that she prefers to use the Roper Range for the Cooking School · because of its many,advantages and unfailing reliability. It enables her to demonstrate the economy, comforts, and convenience of cooking with .gas- oven-control is but one of the many features of the.Roper Range which Mrs. Campbell is using . . . it has an insulated, ventilated oven, porcelain enamel oven linings, lifetime cooking chart and the sturdiest construction it is possible to build into a, range. Snuff up nose; also meft in hot water and inhale vapors. FLAPJACK Always Upset My Stomach.* Flapjacku (or some o!her food you ·*!) maydisBgrceOTthyou, causinj - distressing, gassy 5-elinT, sour Bto ach r indigestion, "or almost immediate-relief, cat two or three Turns 'ten one.Tum is enough). Delirious ·-- "cetcns the breath. Get a bandy roll today at nny drug store--only 10 cento. Travd By Tram It Costs At Mason City's THEATERS Program Given by Clarion Students CLARION, March 24--The school musicians to take part in the sub- dtstrict music contest to be held in Belmond Saturday, March 28, gave their program last night at the high school gymnasium. The band played four numbers, Fern Pardun sang two solos, Jacq Morgan, Agnes Dorr and Fern Pardun sang two selections, Robert Zeimn played a clarinet solo and Arthur Nagle gave two piano solos. Three numbers were sang by the girls' glea club and the orchestra played three numbers. Miss Lela Young is their instructor. VIrs. West Named Head- of Mitchell Unity Club MITCHELL, March 24. -- At a meeting of the Unity club at the home of Mrs. Ida Klinger the fol- owing officers were elected: President, Mrs. Lottie West; vice president, Mrs., Lydia Tiederman; secretary and treasurer, Mrs. Hilda Laney. Sfew General Store at Alexander Has Opening .ALEXAN ER, March 24. ^ The new general store, held the grand opening. The proprietors, Roupe and Walker, with their families, moved here from -Algona"^ about three weeks ago, and have remodeled, repainted and re-arranged the former store building, where John Peters and son kept a general store. Gun Is Accidentally Discharged. ROCKFORt), March 24.--Grant Jutnam, bookkeeper for the First State bank, received a badly injured finger on his left'hand while loading a gun which' accidentally discharged. Medical treatment was given the injury. , often briail relie erer/hour/orS h ter-iniunl" «rumld give com comfort. MERLE SIMS ORCHESTRA OF ALBERT LEA Will Play lor the AMERICAN LEGION OLDTIME DAKCE Saturday Night, March 28 AT THE ARMORY Admission Always 25c New ventilating system now in operation- WHEN LOVE COMES WHO CAN REFUSE? One of the big prizes of the Cooking School will be the winners choice of R O P E R G A S R A N G E or . 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A last she has a role worthy of he greatest histrionic powers, and plot, a supporting cast and a pro duction of high merit. "The Laa Refuses" combines most every essential quality of fine, thoroly satisfying screen entertainment .-with some outstanding features that make it unforgettable, according to critics. The story, written by Robert Milton and Guy Bolton and adapted by Wallace Smith, who also wrote the dialog, packs a truly powerful dramatic punch, enhanced by an air of utter verity. The characters are so human the spectator ia aware, of having met them, yet so original they are refreshing. Consider, for example,' the fact that both heroine and vUlainess of the picture arc "vamps!" Novel, isn't it, to find the handsome hero, narrow, aomew.hat. vain, conceited and weak?-To have his 'son back to him from another adventuress? Those are only a few highlights of the plot, which has comedy as well as pathos, physical thrills and plenty of touches of the risque as well as tense drama. "Unfaithful," written by the poplar playwright, John van Druten, tarring Ruth Chatterton, comes to he Palace theater for three days, tarting Wednesday. This amazing story of a woman forced to choose between'love and reputation, takes every, advantage of Chatterton s blazing genius to put across an emotional shock-punch such as even Chatterton has seldom equalled. "Unfaithful," tile story, was written especially for Chatterton by John van Dcuten,'the EngUsh p ay- wright whcse "Young Woodley won him fame and a first prize on the New York stage. Into the story Van Druten has injected an actioa series of climaxes, worthy of Chat terton's power. As tho centerpiece of a brilliant society whirl, Ruth Chatterton is seen, in a glamorous setting, in gorgeous clothes, a woman, madly in love with the hero-husband fate has eiven her, assured in her position. All the more surprising is the transformation one startling .Incident works in this beautiful heroine. Disillusioned in love, with her ideals smashed, she is helpless to free herself of the fetters of a marriage which has become intolerable. Then as the scandal-daring and reckles_s woman of the world, Chatterton truly reveals her unequalled power of portrayal. Rash living, foolish- loving this aristocratic girl touches the heights and depths of a thrill- mad society. "Mothers Cry," which is to open Wednesday at the Strand theater is Firs National's screen version of Helen Grace Carlisle's novel of the game name. With rare discretion Director Hobart Henley has chosen to reproduce the vividness of the novel exactly as written in the book. All the pathos, and dramatic poignancy of Miss Carlisle's story are faithfully recorded in the celluloid adaptation, it is claimed. .The story deals with a mother's love and self- sacrifice for her children. It typifies the American home. All the/ grief and heartbreak of a mother defending her "bad boy" against the world is seen. Nor are the lighter .moments neglected. Henley ; has inserted little realistic touches of home life, .which are so dear to every mother's heart. Dorothy Peterson, who plays the part of "Mary," the mother, gives a splendid interpretation of the hardworking woman, whose only thot is for her children. Miss Petersons many successful years on the dramatic stage show up well in her flaw less technique and she is very capably supported by David Manners. Helen Chandler, Edward Woods, Evelyn Knapp and Pat O'Malley Immortalizing the unswerving faith and courage of all American railroad men, Radio Pictures' "Dan- ger Lights," first greatest railroad melodrama of", the talkies is showing at the Iowa theater Tuesday and Wednesday. It is a stirring tribute to the stout hearts who keep the wheels moving. With Louis Wol- heim as the two-fisted, hard-swear-_ ing, roaring division boss whose indomitable strength holds the rails fast; Robert Armstrong as the ace engineer whose love for the railroad transcends his selfishness, and Jean Arthur as the railroad-bred beauty whose charm fires these Iron men to death grips, "Danger Lights" is truly the song of the rails dramatized. Railroad men will appreciate the countless authentic touches of ·'Danger Lights" which was filmed over the right-of-way of the Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul and Pacific road, the cast covering more than 30,000 miles before the film was completed. First . . . Greatest . . Railroad Melodrama in Blistering Sound and Action! Louis WOLHEIM Robt. ARMSTRONG JEAN ARTHUR in COMEDY REVIEW CARTOON FROM THE ETERNAL HEART OF WOMAN! FUSES WIUi BETTY COMPSON" SHE CAME FROM THE STREETS "CHARLEY'S AUNT" CHARLIE RUGGLES STRAND .Direction A. H. BLANK BEGINS WEDNESDAY The Screen Gives Its All From Helen Grace Carlisle's Novel AND NOW COMES "MOTHER'S CRY" You'll have a better understanrtinr of life--a new Interpretation of love, When you see this picture of a mother who reaches tho heights of glory-and her children who drag her to depths of disgrace. With SHORT SUBJECTS ANDY CLYDE In RACKET CHEEKS NEWS VITA ACT , _ . DOROTHY I-ETEBSON,PAVtP MANNERS, HELEN CHANDLE^ LAST TIMES TODAY The season's smartest comedy ONCE A GENTLEMAN" with EDWARD EVERETT HORTON LOIS WILSON CONTINUOUS ill SHOWS S5e after 5:30 Kids 10c ALWAYS A GOOD SHOW AT THE STRAND STARTING WEDNESDAY RUTH CHATTERTON FIRST LADY OF THE SCREEN -- in -"UNFAITHFUL The lovable star of "Madame X," "Sarah and Son" and "Anybody's Woman" now in a smashing story of a woman who loses faith in love. LAST TIME TUESDAY Tho Comedy Sensation " "FIFTY . MILLION FRENCHMEN" CARTOON COMEDY NEWS

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