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14 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE City Bond Will Be Featured on Teachers' Program ^---- TM FRIDAY, MARCH 24, 1939 EDITOR Termite Fugitive Coming to Cecil Frankenstein's Monster to Palace' SWEA CITYAN, 86, INTERRED Four Daughters and I Son Survive Mrs. Elizabeth Barger SWEA CITY--Funeral service for Mrs. Elizabeth Borger, 86, wer held Tuesday afternoon at th Baptist church. She was precede in death by her husband, one so and two daughters. Surviving ar four daughters and one son, Mrs Henry Crosslcy of Ames; Mrs Jennie McCreary of Swea City Mrs. George Moore of Armstrong Mrs. A. G. Farrington of Swea City; William Barger of Swea City. There are 22 grandchildren and 24 great grandchildren. Conduct Rites for Former Farmer of Vicinity of Luverne LUVERNE--Ed Reif, 66, Sum ner, a former Luverne former died at his home Tuesday of pneu monia and a complication oÂ£ dis eases. Funeral services were held Thursday afternoon, with buria at Sumner. He is survived by his widow and two sons, Clarence and Merle Sumner and Mrs. Mildred Troe ger, Randalia, Mrs. R. H. Asmus, 73, Is Interred After Services at Church BUFFALO CENTER -- runera services for Mrs. B. H. Asmus, 73 were held at the Reformed church Friday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock Mrs. Asmus had been in pool health for the past year and passed away at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Oscar Matron a Bricelyn Tuesday afternoon. Wayne W. Elliott, Mason City, Fined in Hampton Court HAMPTON--Wayne W. Elliott of Mason City was fined S25 and costs by Justice W. R, Rule Wednesday after he pleaded guilty to a charge of permitting a minor to operate a motor vehicle. Elliott was arrested last month by Patrolman Claude B. Benedict, who noticed a boy whom he found to be Elliott's minor son driving a car. Elliott was riding in the car at the time. A. M. Hippie of Rochester, Minn., was arrested by Patrolman L. A. Krieger after a six- mile chase on highway 65 Wednesday and fined $20 by Jus- lice W. R. RuJe after he pleaded guilty to driving at an excessive rate of speed. He was said to be traveling between 75 and 80 miles an hour. Pre-Contest Concert Planned on Sunday in Sheffield School SHEFFIELD -- The Sheffield high school band will present a pre-contest concert in the high school auditorium Sunday afternoon under the direction of E. E Hill, high school band instructor. -----ance Moore, Mary Forbes Thurston Hall, Princess Baba- John Arledge, Eddie Anderson Frank Jenks, Ivan Lebedeff, and Blacaman. Blacaman is the Hindu animal hypnotist who caused such consternation here last summer when he walked out on the circus when it appeared here . . . Anderson is Jack Benny's man Rochester Charlie appears in blackface for me first time, in this comedy. MCCARTHY BERGEN An opposite in entertainment type is at the Palace this weekend, where the monster of Frankenstein again "terrorizes" cinem- audiences. Basil Hathbone has the titular role, with Karloff again in the part of the monster, a n d Bela Lugosi an added terror. Others in the film are Josephine Hutchinson, Lionel At- w i 11, E m m a Dunn and Donnie Dunagan. C o - featured B.ri, K Â»i.ff -- " "Beauty for t h e Asking with Lucille Ball, Patric Knowlls, Donald Woods and Frieda Ines- COrA f in *J* S r OT 7 of beaut y salons. At the Lake theater at Clear if?* i .1 Saturda y Program consists of the racehorse flicker, "The Ung Shot," and the western Law West of Tombstone/ MOVIE MENU DEC1L--"Boy Trouble" F r i d a y *?Â°". Â£ al }'' Cheat an HÂ°Â° Man" begins Saturday. 'ALACE--"Boy Trouble" Friday Son of Frankenstein" ant Beauty for the Asking" begin Saturday. TRAND--"Star Reporter" and Jn Old Mexico" through Sat- TATL"California F r o n t i e r ' and 'little Miss Thoroughbred' through Saturday LAKE--(Clear Lake) _ "Submarine Patrol" ends Friday. "Law l\. eS , t ,,Â° f To Â»nbstonc" and "Long Shot" Saturday. rhy causes and Thy kingdom and osmg our lives may we find them gam m peace and power. In His Vame Who revealed to us the ecret of the soul's victory. Amen 3 ostpone Concert fanned in Garner School Auditorium GARNER--Because of conflict- ng schedules, an exchange, con- ert which was to have been given n the local high school auditorium y jTM e Thompson high school band inderthe direction of Daniel Martino, has been indefinitely post- joned, school officials said Thurs- The Garner band under direction of Don O. Anderson will give concert at Thompson next Monay night, and the return courtesy oncert will be given here by nompson some time before the nd of the school year. rs. Brummund Is ionored at Shower n Kanawha Hall KANAWHA -- A miscellaneous hower was given for Mrs Willam Brummund, Jr., Wednesday afternoon at the Odd Fellows hali vith about 60 guests present The Iternoon was spent in games and ontests with prizes being award- d to Mrs. L. P. Gilligan. Mrs Elmer Anderson, Mrs. Mons Shouge Irs. James Yeakel and Mrs. Erith Cook. Miss Dorothy Darrah played saxophone solo. Hostesses were Mrs. William irummund, Sr., Mrs. Nels Thoron, Mrs. Clarence Thorson and Irs. Carl Foster of Eagle Grove irs. William Brummund, Jr. was he former Miss Cleone Foster. BRIDGE LUNCHEON HELD KANAWHA--Mrs. A. B. Herd- nan was hostess at a bridge lunch- on Wednesday afternoon at her ome in honor of her sister, Mrs lagg Carlisle of Kadoks, S. Dah ho is visiting her. High score as received by Mrs. Carlisle and Irs. Vern Kenney received the avelmg prize. Snn.-Mon.-Tues., Mar. 26-27-28 In Drama, In Romance, In Stars It's 1939's Greatest 'IDIOT'S DELIGHT' with NORMA SHEARER and CLARK GABLE DOC. Will Hold His Last D A N C E at the AVALON Ballroom MANLY, IOWA SATURDAY, MARCH 25 MAC ?l s . Inlerna " onal Truckers Admission 25o Flux Tax C. R. FIELD Will Open His nances THURSDAY, MARCH SO with THE SCANDINAVIAN ACCORDION BAND BRIDGE CLUB MEETS CALMAH -- The Bridge club was entertained Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. Gust Larson Prizes were awarded to Mrs. Bertha Orke and Mrs. Theodor' Johnson, Theater MANLY Sun.-Mon.-Tufs., Mar. 26-27-28 101 ETTA RICHARD YOUNG-GREENE k ,,d WAITER BRENNAK Added Attractions-- Â· Movietone News Â· Donald Duck Cartoon Sunday Matinee at 2:30 Evening Shows 7:15' - 9.15 Admission Z6c - lOc "HONOLULU" Starfs Wed. ENDS FRIDAY "SUBMARINE PATROL" SATURDAY TWO FEATURES "LONG SHOT" --plus-HARRT CAREY WESTERN Also Last Chapter 'DICK TRACY RETURNS" Bargain Matinee 2 p. m.--I6c SUNDAY - MONDAY 2 HITS! . GEORGE BRENT OL 'VfA D.HAVIUAND JOHN PAYNE -- in-"WINGS of the NAVY" -Plus Znd Hit -- "PERSONAL SECRETARY" --with-- HODGES William GARGAX Continuous Sunday 1 to H PLAN RITES OF MRS. H ANNA, 81 Swaledale Woman, Scotland Native, Is Victim of Flu SWALEDALE--Funeral services will be held Saturday for Mrs. Charley Hanna, 81, who died at her home here Thursday of old age and influenza. Rites will be conducted at 1:30 Saturday afternoon at the home, and at 2 o'clock at the Baptist church. Mrs. Hanna was born in Newton Stewart, Scotland, in 1857, and came to the United States in 1888 t o r more than SO years she had resided in this vicinity. Surviving are her husband, a son, Andrew, of Swaledale, and two daughters, Mrs. E. H Pols- IT'S SPORT dancing at the Moose Old-Time D A N C E Scandinavian Accordion Band of Albert Lea . . . Saturday, March 25 Opening dance of the spring season. Admission always. . . N E W dorfer of S waled ate, and Mrs. Charley Crabb of Mason City, two grandsons, and one granddaughter. Jerry Coonley Will Enter Spelling Bee DUMONT -- Jerry Coonley, sixth grader, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harl Coonley, will go to the Butler county spelling contest Saturday to represent the Consolidated school. Adelaide Brown, eighth grade, and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Brown, is alternate. Nora Springs Couple Wed 35 Years Feted NORA SPRINGS--Mr. and Mrs. Ed Pribbenow were given a surprise by 23 relatives on their thirty-fifth wedding anniversary- Thursday evening. A gift was presented them and lunch was served BURT WOMAN'S SERVICES HELD Mrs. Kuchenreuther Succumbs at 81 in Hotel; Is Interred BURT -- Funeral services for Mrs. Ida Kuchenreuther, who died at the Marvin Hotel where she made her home recently, early Wednesday morning, were held Friday afternoon at the Methodist church, the Rev, Thoburn Speicher conducting the service. Burial was in the Burt cemetery. Mrs. Kuchenreuther had cele-~ brated her eighty-first birthday Sunday. Â· Â·' She is survived by three sons and one daughter. The star Anfares Is 400,000,000 miles in diameter. DANCE FRI. EARL HUNT AND HIS REVELEBS MIXER DA.VCE BOUND AND SQUABE FOR OLD AttD'TfOVKO 26e - 41c TAX 1NCL. LATE BUS AFTER DANCE DANCE SAT. LYNN KERNS AND THE RHYTHBl CLUB SWING BAND PLUS . ADDED ATTRACTION 26e - lit TAX JNCL. HAL LEONARD _ SUNDAY -- DANCE CLASS Featuring the Triple Tonrue Trumpet Trio 26c - 60c Tax Incl. 8:1S to 3:31). Thm Ktjnl.r Daaeln;. SO Lady Â»n4 Gentlemen Instructors 2 BIG HITS ENDS SAT. TAT BE HERE For0ur Fri. Nile Hits with John litel Frank McHujh Ann Sheridan Janet Chapman Starts Sunday-'-Rachet Hosiers" and "Affair, nf Starts_SAT f Z GREAT SHOWS _ _ h He Man or Monster? SHOWING Friday Only at Both Cecil and Palace North Tow*'* Beat Theater Charlie Rugglet, Mary Boland BOY TROUBLE" Â· Â· 3 DAYS--STARTS SAT. 'Come On, Ail You Moson Ciryans! Get in Line ot the Cecil Box Office to Get Good Seats, As You're Going to Sec a Bigger Fued Than You Heard on the Radio!" "Boy, Do I Mow 'em Down, so 'elp me!" NOW THROUGH SAT. NITE WILLIAM BOYD OJ "HOPALONG CASSSDY" in The Lone Wolf Meets Zorro-the Fox! Cattle Rustler! Killer! Feat. No. 2 "Star Reporter" with Star Cast Chap. 5 "Lone Hanger Rides Again'' Popeye Cartoon COMING SUNDAY BIN ^CROSBY j GEORGE O'BRIEN "SING YOU SINNERS" | "LAWLESS" VALLEY" The s a g a of -F l a n n e l - M o u t h e d W.C. FIELDS CAN'T (miff --plus-Donald Duck Cartoon BERGEN M.tamy "MORTIMER" Complete Late Show Sot. Ntghf 10 P.