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March 25, 1939

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 3

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Comedy at Cecil, "Horror" Cinema- on Palace Screen Laughs and terror, an odd pair o£ headlining factors, comprise the dominating box-office lures for the current movie parade. At the Cecil Charlie McCarthy, Edgar Bergen, W. c. Fields, '·Mortimer" Snead and an assort- MOVIE MENU CECIL--"You Can't Cheat an Honest Man" through Monday. PALACE--"Son of Frankenstein" and "Beauty for the Asking" through Tuesday. .;STRAND--"Star Reporter" and "In Old Mexico" end Saturday. "Sine You Sinners" and "Lawless Valley" begin Sunday. STATE--"California Frontier" and "Little Miss Thoroughbred'' end Saturday. "Racket Buster" and "Affairs of Annabel" begin Sunday. LAKE--(Clear Lake)--"Law West of Tombstone" and "Long Shot" Saturday. "Personal Secretary" and "Wings of the Navy" begin Sunday. J o s e p h i n e liulcbinson ' ment o£ lessers romp in "You Can't Cheat an Honest Man." It's a circus picture, with Fields as the owner of a circus which employs, among others, Bergen and his mahogany mite. Blacaman Baba . . . Also in the cast are Blacaman, the Hindu hypnotist, Princess Baba, who makes her debut in this film, and C o n s t a n c e Moore, M a r y Forbes, Thurston ' Hall, John A r 1 e d g e, Ed Brophy, Arthur Hohl, E d d i e "R o c h e s t er" Anderson a n d Frank Jenks. Basil K»thlmne Basil R a t h- tone, Boris Karloff, Bela Lugosi and Lionel Atwill are in the horror picture, "Son of Frankenstein," at the Palace. This is the sequel to "Frankenstein," in which the scientist of that name resurrected from the dead a monster. Bing Sings . . . With the leading characters in ^ the celluloid are Josephine Hutch- "'insoni Emma Dunn, Connie Dunagan and Edgar Norton. Second feature is "Beauty for the Asking," with Lucille Ball, Donald Woods, Patric Knowles and Frieda Inescort. Romance in this film takes place in a luxurious beauty salon conducted by Miss Ball. Our favorite crooner, B i n g C r o s b y , i s starred in "Sing Y o u Sinners," return engage- m e n t at the Strand Sunday through Tuesday. Fred MacMurray, Ellen Drew, Elizabeth Patterson and Donald O'Connor are also in this, one o£ Sing's most superior cinematic efforts. Don't miss it. Racket-Buster . . . During the proceedings you hear such delightful melodies as "Small Fry," "I've Got a Pocketful of Dreams," and "Don't Let That Moon Get Away." Co-feature is the George O'Brien o p u s , ''Lawless Valley," which has F r e d Koliler senior and junior both in the cast. Kay Sult o n l i a s t h e feminine lead. K»y Suiion Walter Abel is a racket-busting crusader in "Racket Busters." at the State Sunday through Wednesday, with Humphrey Bogart again serving as .the ruthless racketeer. Gloria Dickson. George Brent, Henry O'Neill, Penny Singleton and Anthony Averill are featured. Navy Wings . . . On the Stale program also is "The Affairs of Annabel," comedy featuring Jack Oakie and Lucille Ball. It's a slap-happy story ot!. Hollywood and its p u b l i c i t y methods. "Wings of the Navy," filmed at the n a v a l training station at Pensacola, Fla., with cooperation of U. S. naval authorities, is at the Lucille B»n Lake theater in Clear Lake Sunday and Monday, with George Brent and John Payne topping the cast Second picture booked is "Personal Secretary." with Jo- Hodges and William Gargan. FARM BUREAU MEETS HANSELL--The monthly Farm Bureau meeting was held Tuesday night at the Hansell schoolhouse.. Charlie Jackson who recently re- j turned from his vacation in Call- ! fornia spoke about his trip. The' girls' glee club furnished the mu- I sical numbers. I MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE SATURDAY, MARCH 25, 1939 in Current Cinema Attraction^ .*',#·* «, ' , Y- ' f V x + », t " f -. y / { /,, /-^ ** * ",, ** , t"ii*' a sine froTM**TM A * D . LU °"- L E BALL ARE SHOWN" ABOVE IN' fhrttrr £ A ,£ Atl3 ' rs flf Annabel," which is booked at the State theater Sunday through Wednesday. CHARLIE MCCARTHY, EDGAR BERGEN. AND w. c. FIELDS are now at the Cecil through Monday in "You Can't Cheat an Honest Man." PICTURED ABOVE IS A SCENE FROM "WINGS OF THE Navy, at the Lake theater at Clear Lake on Sunday and M o n d a . BING CROSBY. ELLEN DREW, FRED MacMURRAY AND Donald O'Connor are all cast in "Siner You Sinners" at tlic Strand Sunday through Tuesday, with "Lawless Valley" as the second feature'. v,A SCE £ I ? FR 9 M "LAWLESS VALLEY" STARRING GEORGE u Sinne'rs"^ * *' "' C ^"^ Sunday the °^h Tuesday, with LUCILLE BALL AND PATRIC KNOWLES IN A SCENE OF w"«, ^ he :* sl ? in *" at the Palace «·»-. «'ith "Son of Franken- in" the other feature on the program. GRUESOME SCENES FROM "SON OF FRANK- « *» * t * eet Ihrou 8 h Tuesday with "Beauty for the Askas the second feature. GEORGE BREXT, HUMPHREY BOGART AND GLORIA DICK- son are seen above in a scene from "Racket Buslers" which is nfav ing at the State theater Sunday through Wednesday. * DIES AT HOME IN DEEP SOUTH Mrs. Charles Rigby Was Rockford Native;" Injuries Prove Fatal ROCKFORD--Word has been received here by some oE the older residents of the death o£ Mrs. Charles Rigby of Stanwood who died at the home of her brother, J. Q. Billings at Woodviile, Miss. Her death was the result o£ an automobile accident which occurred last fall when she and her husband were enroute to the national bankers convention at Henderson, Tex., and she has been ill at her brother's home since that time. Mrs. Rigby, who was Jennie Billings o£ Rockford before her marriage, was a graduate of th'e Rockford high school, Cornell college and the Boston Conservatory of music. She is survived by her husband and son. one daughter, three sisters and one brother. 3rd Week of Series in Special Meetings Begins Sunday Night NORA SPRINGS--The third week of the series o£ special meetings is being held in Nora Springs next week, beginning Sunday evening. Rudd, Rockford, Flood Creek and Nora S p r i n g s Methodist churches are participating. Sunday evening the young people of the four churches will unite at an Epworth League service at 7 o'clock p. m. At 8 o'clock evangelistic services will be held with the united congregations taking part with three preachers, massed choirs and a good song leader. Meetings will be held each evening except Saturday. BUYS INTEREST IN STORE D U M O N T--Dale G o o d s e 11 bought an interest in the John Fredrickson store at New Hartford and began his duties there this week. POMEROYDIES IN RUDD HOME Services for Aged Retired Farmer to Be Held on Tuesday RUDD -- Funeral services lor Henry Pomeroy, 88, retired farmer of Hudd, who died at his home early Saturday morning, will b* held at 1:30 Tuesday afternoon at the home, and at 2 o'clock at the M. E. church, with the Hev. Will Kirwin officiating. Burial will be in the Rudd cemetery. He moved to Rudd in 1873 from Wisconsin and lived near Rudd until 1899, when he moved to this town where he had resided since. He had served on the city council for a number of years in. the past. Surviving is a sister, Mrs. Clara Sanders, ot Charles City. Read the Want Ads Mrs. Hollandsworth, 35, Succumbs After Five Years' Illness ALGONA -- Mrs. H. W. Hollandsworth, 35, died at her home Friday morning following an illness of five years. She was tile wife of H. W. Hollandsworth, jeweler at the Lusby Drug store. Funeral services will be held Sunday afternoon at her home in Hanover, I!]., where burial will also be made. She was a past officer of the Rebekali lodge. She is survived by her husband, her mother, Mrs. Amanda Eastman of Hanover, and three sisters, Flossie, at Dundee, 111., Haiel, at home, and Mrs. James Higgs of Lay ton, Utah. Male Quartet From John Fletcher to Appear at Fertile · FERTILE--Evangel Male quartet of the new John Fletcher College at University Park, Oskaloosa, will appear at the Fertile Gospel Mission on Sunday morning at 11:30 a. m. The program will consist of quartet songs, testimonies, messages, cello, accordion and piano numbers. Knute Rolland, 76, Eagle Grove, Dies; Plan Rites Sunday KAGLE GROVE--Knute Rolland. 76. retired car department employe of the Chicago and North Western railway, died at his residence Wednesday. Funeral services will be held Sunday at the Kubitschek and Kastler funeral parlors at 2:30 p. m.. and at 3 p. m. at the East Side Lutheran church, in charge of the Rev. T. J. Severtson. Burial will be niadc in Rose Hill cemetery, Eagle Grove. Mr. Holland is survived by one brother. Andrew, in Eagle Grove, and by a foster son. Dr. James Arne, living in Massachusetts. 24 Students Named on Fenton School Honor Roll Listed KE.NTO.Y--Twenty-four pupils of the Fenton high school marie the honor roll for the second six weeks of the second semester. Following are the honor roll students: Kathryn Ohm. Marie Mitchell. Iris Zweifel, Alelvin Bcrkeland! Anna Marie Mitchell, Betty Ann Meyers, LaVonne Newel, Betty Jean Schwartz. Margery Broivn Louise Dreyer, Ivadell Bolte. Dorothy Dreyer. Donald Bergeson, Virginia Berkeland. Helen Pert!, Bertles Solberg. Edna Eimers, Mary Ann Bohn. Pauline Frank, Lucille Meyer, Mildred Faulstich, Lyle Weisbrod, Shirley Frank and Phyllis Frank. SATURDAY 'Law West of Tombstone" --plus--. "LONG SHOT" SUNDAY - MONDAY 2 HITS Also News KIDS lOc - ADULTS 26e Continuous Sunday 1 to 11 DOC. \Vill Hold His Last D A N C E at the AVALON Ballroom MANLY, IOWA SATURDAY, MARCH 25 MAC His International Truckers Admission 25c Plux Tax C. R. FIELD Will Open His Dances THURSDAY. MARCH 30 with THE SCANDINAVIAN ACCORDION BAND LATE SHOW SATURDAY NTTE STARTING AT 10 P. M. UCK JONES ' L ^ST WESTERN PICTURES . FRONTIER" Plus "LITTLE MISS THOROUGH--CHAP. 2 "FLASH GORDON'S TRIP TO MARS" STATE Starts Sunday Lutheran Society Meets Wednesday T I T O N K A -- T h e Good Hope j Lutheran Ladies' Aid society will hold its regular meeting in the | church parlors Wednesday after- ] noon. Mrs. H. Harms, Mrs. J. | Harms and MIT. F. Sleeker will j serve. j Plan Brotherhood Meeting April 10 FENTON--Plans are under way for a Brotherhood meeting on April 10. The Ladies' Aid of the Methodist church will serve supper at 7 p. m., followed bv a program. A SCE.VE FROM "FOUR Girls in While" at the Cecil starting Tuesday. Above are Kent Taylor and Florence Rice, two of the cast. Wright Declamatory Contest at School Auditorium April 5 CLAHION--The Wright county declamatory'contest will be held April 5 at 8 p. m. in the high school auditorium. Contests will be: O r a t o r i c a l class, Charles Holmes. Jack Baker. Stanley Schipujl and Dean Moser; dra- j malic class. Lois Tillman. Joyce 'Edwards, Helen Nelson and Leila I . Menely: humorous clasy. Victor! jHisler. Betty Green, Delorcs Field! and Myrna Banks. YOU CAN'T BEAT THIS! TASTILY PREPARED CHICKEN or TURKEY SUNDAY DINNER .. QUICK LUNCH CAFE 114 South Federal James FarnukU, Prop. LAT1 BUS SAT. - SUN". LYNN KERNS RHYTHM CLUB SWING BAND PLUS ADDED ATTRACTION Titles aic - r,rnt» 7e - T.r Xnel. SUN.--HAL LEONARD AND HIS POPl'LAK BAND WILL 1-LAT FOR THE Last Dance in the Old Surf Sun. IDance Cl.sj 8:15 to 0:30. Then Regular Dineint) TM UI! T ° MMODELINO. XEXT WEEKEND iU., MAB. 31 - SAT., .API!. 1 S V!f., APE. 2 GRAND OPENING OF THE NEW SURF ABOUT APBIt, 6 -- WATCH FOB ANNOUNCEMENT NOB^H IOWA'S BEST TBEATEB -- PLUS -DONALD DUCK · CARTOON STARTS TUESDAY -- CECIL THEATER Nursts can *tway* marry--Because they meet strong men ·when Cey're weak.I TOUR GIRLS IN WHITE With Florence Rice, Una Merkc!, Ann Rutherford, Mary Howard, Alan Marshal, Kent Taylor */ EC YOUR FAMU.T THEATER--LOW ADMISSION--SUS. MAT. 16c 1INTIL 3 F. E.SDS SAT. NIGHT TVJf. B O V D IS "IN OT.D MEXICO" STRAND Ends Sat. Nijbt "-SUr Reporter** with i blr aaU--"jL,onfr Ranker Rides Attain" md Pop- *yc Cartoon 3 DAYS STARTING SUNDAY 2 -- B I G SHOWS-- 2

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