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March 29, 1939

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 5

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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE THURSDAY, MARCH 30, 1939 EDITOR Drama and Romance Blended in "Four Girls in White," Playing at Cecil Drama and romance are expertly blended to make "Four Uii-is in White an outstanding cinemonument to the nursing profession. This hospital movie, at the Cecil through Thursday, narrates the story of four girls who look upon nursing as their careers, each with differing viewpoints. One, Florence Rice, selfishly regards it as a means bv which to achieve her goal of wedding a wealthy man; a second, Ann Rutherford, enters the profession chiefly because her sister, played by Miss Rice, has; a third, Marv Howard, enters it because she idolizes the* -- ' profession, and a fourth, Una Merkel, also becomes a nurse in order to serve humanity. "Four Girls in White" takes you, their work as servants in the Buddy Ebsen and Miss Merkel-there is a vein of intense, stark, cour uiris in White" takes you, dl ' al »atic acting, vividly climaxed with these girls, from the initiation at . a railroad disaster where the of their careers, to the full drama w nte-coated servants contribute --i ii , ,. . . much to aid the victims. An excellent supplementary short subject is seen in "Three Kings and a Queen," which offers a few of the outstanding stars heard on KGLO over the Columbia Broadcasting System. Barry Wood, Del Casino, and Dick Todd are the crooners, Betty Hutton the canary, with Vincent Lopez and his orchestra furnishing the music. and emotion of white-uniformed hospital. Alan Marshall is seen as a famous surgeon on the hospital staff, a surgeon who immediately becomes MOVIE MENU CECIL -- "Four Girls in 'White" through Thursday. PALACE -- "Inside Story" and "Tom Sawyer, D e t e c t i v e " ihrouffh Thursday. STRAND--"Drums" and "Campus Confessions" through Thursday. STATE -- "Racket Busters" and "Affairs of A n n a b e l " end Wednesday. "Torchy Gets Her Ulan" and "Phantom Gold" begin Thursday. LAKE--(Clear Lake)--"Off the Record" and ''T o u c It d o w n Army" end Wednesday. "Idiot's Delight" begins Thursday. the target of Miss Rice's narrow ambitions. Another man enters the scene in the person of a wealthy playboy, portrayed by Kent Taylor, and the result is not a triangle, but a quadrangle. Vivid Climax . . . Amidst the romance, and comedy-- which is amply supplied by Old Time Dance AVAL'ON BALLROOM Manly, Iowa THURSDAY, MARCH 30 The Scandinavian · . ; . . . . ; Accordion Band "-·.'·Admission Z5c--Pins MIXED DANCE Saturday, April 1 BE AT THE CECIL or PALACE ON FRIDAY A'orfh Iowa's Best Theater CECIL Now--Through Thursday Nurses, Too, Fall in Level Mot. 26c Plus--BAND ACT and NEWS! COMING SATURDAY Magic Songs on a River Showboat DOROTHY LAMOUR J" "ST.JLOUIS BLUES" COIMING SAT., APRIL 8 BOB BURNS in "I'M FROM MISSOURI" nc Play Bijf Shows, Too. Enjoy Them in Our New Comforl. NEW P/U/IC Mat. !26c N f\ \Jk/ THROUGH V TT THURSDAY MARK TWAIH-S AU-AMER1CAH BOY! ^Sfc^ i?/i' Plus--Feature N'o. 2 Hit story the reporter Jitti not wiitt! COMING SATURDAY The Yes-Go-Sec riclure and (he Most Talkcd-of Show Today "YES, MY DARLING DAUGHTER" Coming: Sat., April 8 JAMES CAGNEY in'THE OKLAHOMA KID" Your Family Theater Bis Shows at Little Prices lOe - 16c - 21c Xon* Thru Thurs. "Drums" "Campus In Color Confessions" wilh with SABIJ Hank Luiselti S ·· ** «A Jk I f Q A Q One of the Torchy Blanc series, 'Torchy Gets Her Man," is at the State theater Thursday through Saturday, together with the feature, "Phantom Gold," a western with Jack Luden o£ the coughdrop Ludens in the lead. Barry Downing, Beth Marion and Buzz Barton are also in the hoss drammer. That conglomeration ot oddities, "Idiot's Delight," is at the Lake theater at Clear Lake Thursday and Friday, starring Clark Gable and Norma Shearer. In it you see Gable as a song-and- dance man who finds himself caught in the midst of one of Europe's war flurries. Miss Shearer is both a trapeze artist and a Russian countess. Judiciary Subgroup Approves Nomination of Wiley From Iowa WASHINGTON, (IP)--A senate judiciary subcommittee approved Tuesday the nomination of Dean Wiley B. Rutledge of the University of Iowa law school to be a member of the District of Columbia court ot appeals. The committee voted after a brief executive session in which members questioned Rutledge about his experience and to some extent his-political views. Three members voted for a favorable report to the full judiciary committee, while. Senator King (D.-Utah,) the fourth member present, reserved the right to oppose the nomination. He said, however, he might vote for senate confirmation. Those supporting the nomination were Chairman Hughes'(D.- Del.,) Senator Connally (D.- Texas) and Senator Norris (Ind - Ncbr.) Undertakers on Army Lists LONDON, U.R--The undertakers of England are peeved. They do not figure in the ARP list of reserved occupations" covering 6,000,000 men and women exempt from national service. BE AT THE CECIL or PALACE ON FRIDAY I. O. O. F. CLUB DANCE SATURDAY NITE APRIL 1 Many have asked for a Saturday night dance at the I. O. O. F. hall. So, we're coins to have one. Emii and his Commanders. For Odd Fellows, Refackahs and Friends Ends Wednesday "TOUCHDOWN ARMY" --plus-"OFF THE RECORD" THURSDAY-FRIDAY IDIOTS DfllGHT Bargain Klaf. Thurs. 2 p. rn.. 16c CALENDAR NIGHT FRIDAY ENDS WED. "Racket Busters" 'Affairs ot Annabel" FUN NITE WED! 2 Hits --^Starts Thursday I SI"" KMHL-BmONM^U)!? ,« ·*: ' Mlxffa^ Swimming Suit a La Florida Participating- in the annual parade of fur fashions in-Miami, Fla., Miss Mary Joyce Walsh ·wears this luxurious red fox piece over her sivimmiugr suit. Indication Given Wilson Will Not Return to Berlin BERLIN, OP)-- An indication that United States Ambassadoi Hugh R. Wilson does not plan to return to Berlin was given Tuesday in Mrs. Wilson's notice of dismissal to servants, effective May 1 Ambassador Wilson was calleo to Washington Nov. 18 to report to President Roosevelt on the Novenv ber anti-Jewish outbursts and regulations. Mrs. Wilson remained here. Mrs. Wilson has not yet fixed a definite date for her return to the United States. From the Wilsons private home here the official embassy sign has been removed. Funeral Conducted at Algona Chapel for Mate Moltz, 54 ALGONA -- . Funeral services were held Wednesday afternoon ai ·5:30 at the McCulIough funeia' chape] for Male Moltz, 54, electrician at Forest City the past twc years, who was found dead Monday at his home in bed. The Rev. Alexander English Presbyterian pastor, officiated anc burial was made at the McCul- Iough funeral chapel. His widow survives, besides his mother, Mrs. Warren W. Baldwir of Algona and a daughter, Mrs Charles Hanson of Avoca. Charles Calvert Is Elected Rock Falls Mayor; 5 Re-Elected ROCK FALLS--The town election was held Monday. The following were elected: Charlie Calvert for mayor: William Maher foi treasurer, and E. L. White for assessor. The five touncilmcii \vei-e re-elrctcd: George Yogcl. Clarence Cornell. Kenneth Jk-Kec. Cliertcr Calvert and Kenneth Chehock. HERE and THERE Interesting Items From 125 News Correspondents Throughout North Iowa and Southern Minnesota Lake Mills Worker Loses Two Toes in Buzz Saw Accident LAKE MILLS--Clayton Rolands, son of Mrs. Anna Rolands, who lives on a farm north of town. nnrrowly escaped serious injury Monday on the farm. He was lifting the logs and throwing them away from the wood pile and kicked his foot up and cut it in the lower part of the buzz saw. He had cut off one toe. and when he was brought to the Kingland hospital the doctor found it necessary to a m p u t a t e another toe. Benefit Card Party Planned Thursday KANAWHA _ Tiie American Legion Auxiliary is sponsoring a benefit card parly nt the Odd Fellows hall Thursday evening. The committee in charge will be Mrs. L. P. Gilliean, Mrs. Russell Burnouist. Mrs. Ralph Vcpsen and Mrs. H. H. Stewart. PLAN' SALE THURSDAY FERTILE--The Band and Orchestra Mothers will serve hot- dogs, doughnuts, pie and coffee in the back rooms of the bank during the street sale on Thursday. CIRCLE PLAN'S MEETING KANAWHA--Circle No. 1 of the Methodist Ladies Aid society will meet at the church Thursday afternoon with a covered dish lunch being served. Returns to Geneva GENEVA--Mrs. Jane Bulson, who has spent part of the winter with her daughter, Mrs. Howard Hagen and family of Marshalltown, returned home Sunday. Visitors From Wisconsin GENEVA--Mr. and Mrs. Roy O'Neil of Shellsburg, Wis., are visiting Mrs. Sarah March. Blairsburg: Guests BELMOND--Mr. and Mrs. Milton Segai- of Blairsburg were guests at the Sarah Van Buskirk home Sunday and Monday. Visit at Rippey BRADFORD -- Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Meyer and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Allison drove to Rippey Sunday and spent the day wilh the former's son, Fredrick Meyer. Visit With Patient RAKE--Mrs. John O. Ryg accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Chris Hamlin and son, Maynard of Thompson, and Mrs. Maynard Gudahl of Bricelyn, Minn., to Minneapolis, Minn., where they vis- ifed their mother and grandmother, Mrs. Lars Peterson, who is ill at the St. Barnabas hospital there. Kcturus fo California. POPEJOY.--Marion Cox, who had spent a few months with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Cox, has returned to California. Visitors at Geneva GENEVA--Mr. and Mrs. Frank Finn had as their guests over Sun day their two daughters, Gwyneth, who teaches at Rowan and Annan who teaches at Fenton, and Miss Labena Nalfwassen of Hampton. Visit at De s Moines GOLDFIELD--Mr. and Mrs. Charles Troyer and their guest, Mrs. L. B. Hogue of Blencoe, spent the weekend at Des Moines. Returns to South Dakota JOICE--Miss Merle Malnews returned Sunday to her home at Lily. S. Dak., after visiting the past two weeks in Joice. A t , Parental Home LAKE MILLS--Claire Ruby and children of Minneapolis left Sunday after visiting a few days at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Ruby. Are From Mankalo, Minn. RAKE--Christine Sabin and Bernie Murphy of Mankato, Minn., spent Sunday at the A. J. Sabin home. A. J. Sabin, who has been at the Immanuel hospital in Mankato, Minn., recovering from pneumonia for the past three weeks returned home with them. Is From Chicago DOUGHERTY -- Mrs. Mayme Roat of Chicago came Saturday for a visit with her daughter Mrs. A. E. Hale. Visitors at Bristow BRISTOW--Geraldine Redeker otTJenver, Colo.; and Mary DuBois of Wallkill, N.. Y., Pclla college classmates of Naomi Achtermann, were her guests over the weekend. Undergoes Operation ST. ANSGAR--Mrs. Herman Moeller underwent a major operation at the Colonial hospital Friday and Palmer Olson look his daughters, Kathryn and Audrey, who have measles and complications, to a hospital at Rochester Sunday. At Parental Home MITCHELL--Glenda Skuster, a student at the University of Minnesota, and her sister, Gladys Skuster, home economics teacher at Gait, spent the weekend at the parental Rasmus Skuster home. Gladys returned to her work Sunday and Glenda will remain for a week's vacation. Visit at Sioux City LZDYARD -- Mr. and Mrs. George Thompson and son spent the weekend at Sioux City at the home of their son, Milton Thompson and family. Visit at Lake Mills MITCHELL--Mr. and Mrs. Emil Nack and family, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Klein, Mr. and Mrs. Nick Klein and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Lester Howe were Sunday guests at the Joe Hegel home in Lake Mills. Visit at KJioiia ALTA VISTA--Miss Maurine Nosbisch of this place and h-vin Haberman of Eima. returned Monday front Kalona where they had spent the weekend with relatives and friends. On Weekend .Taunts ALEXANDER--Mrs. Sig Swanson and daughter, Virginia, and Mrs. Art Peters and son, Warren, visited over the weekend with their parents at Richland and Morning Sun. Visitor From Ames ALTA VISTA--Vincent Hillsman returned to Iowa State college Sunday evening after spending the weekent 1 at the home of his sister, and brother-in-law, air. and Mrs. J. J. White. Home From College EMMETSBURG--A guest in the home o[ Mr. and Mrs. Harland Sopor. Sr., at EmmetsburR is their son, Harland Soper, Jr. who is enjoying a vacation from his studies at Cornel! college at Mount Vcr- non. Visits at Shclirock ROCK FALLS--W. D. Edgar and family spent Sunday at the home of his daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Hyde and family at Shellrock. Keiurns to Chicago VENTURA -- Mis? Opal McCrary . left for Chicago Sunday evening after spending a week with relatives in Ventura. Visit at Council Bluffs BURT--Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Taylor spent the weekend at Council Bluffs with their son. who is attending the School for the Deaf there. Goes Jo Rickctts VENTURA--Mrs. Ted Wolfram was called to Ricketts Sunday evening because of the serious illness of her mother. R«turn From Miami, Fta KANAWHA--Dr. and Mrs. H. H. Harriman and daughter, Dor- othea Ann, came Saturday from Miami, Fla., where they have made their home the past year, Dr. Harriman has resigned his position with the bangs and tuberculosis project or veterinarian work in Florida and will locate somewhere in Iowa. They are visiting at the homes of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lars Olson and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Harriman. Return From Florida BELMOND--Mrs. Marian Marfin, Mrs. H. C. Thompson and Miss Daisy Cameron arrived in Belmond Monday after a four months* vacation at various points in Florida. Home From Hospital PROTIVIN--Mrs. W. C. Dostal returned from a Rochester, Minn., hospital, where siie had been, the past 10 days. Purchases Acreage BRADFORD -- Wayne Meyer has purchased the acreage "belonging to the late Robert Long estate and will take possession in the near future. Visitor From Idaho POPEJQY-- Mrs. M. M. Morton of Idaho is, visiting at the home of her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Frank While. Visitors af Miller MILLER--Mr. and Mrs. D E Guinane of Omaha, Nebr., and Mrs. Mary Nonnweiler of Britt were callers Saturday at the A. H. Nonnweiler home. Visit In Ackley ROCK FALLS--Mr. and Mrs. Henry Uschkrat, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Kramer, visited in Ackley and Cedar Falls Sunday. Visit Relatives at Austin PLYMOUTH--Mr. and Mrs. Otto Brunsvold, Mr. and Mrs. J O. Hanson and M. A. Hanson and two children spent Sunday with relatives at Austin, Minn. Returns From Illinois STILSON--T. J. Scott has returned from Illinois where he has been spending several weeks at the home of a sister. Are Joice Visitors JOICE--Russell Field, Marvel Brunsvold and Vaughn Peterson spent the weekend in Minneapolis. Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Arneson of Joice and Dr. and Mrs. P. A. Helgesen of Lake Mills spent Sunday at the Harold Helgesen home at Sioux City. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Evenson of Osage visited friends here Saturday and Sunday. Barbara Stindt Is Winner of Spelling Bee in Winnebago FOREST CITY--Barbara Stindt, eighth grade pupil in the Buffalo Center schools won first place in the Winnebago county spelling contest held Monday afternoon in the courthouse at Forest City. She placed first in both the written and oral contests. In the written contest Arlene Samuelson of Mount Valley 0 was second, Ruby Singlestad of Scarville third and Victor Knudtson of Mount Valley district two was fourth. In the oral contest, Donald Gordon of Lake Mills was second, Evelyn Lovik of Mount Valley five, third, and Arlene Samuelson of Mount Valley nine was fourth. This is the second time Barbara has won the county contest. Cat Wails Over Missing Ship ALAMEDA, Cal., (U.PJ--Peter, a bjg eat that has made its home aboard the freighter Santa Cruze Cement for many years, bad the misfortune while wandering about the docks to miss the sailing. \Vhen the pet discovered the ship had sailed it set up such a caterwauling that officials of. the company placed it in charge of a kennel keeper until the ship gets back in three weeks. 'BRIDE RACKET' IS REVEALED Undesirable Women Wed for 'Day Only' to Enter Country CAPE TOWN, OJ.R)--Undesirable women are entering the Union of. South Africa as "one-day brides," declare immigration authorities at Cape Town. They are investigating reports that these women arc married to fake bridegrooms to obtain Uuion citizenship and become eligible to remain in South Africa. The officials state that agents exist in the Union who will guarantee residence for any woman from overseas on payment of a stated sum. Boone Schools to Be Brick Construction BOONE, (/Pj--Reversing a three to two decision to build one of the three new grade schools here o£ concrete instead of brick, the school board, with two new members, went unanimously for brick. Construction material was an is- . sue in the school election in which two directors seeking re-election were defeated. AN EVENT THAT COMMANDS YOUR IMMEDIATE ATTENDANCE! Hundreds of Newly Arrived Colorful ,X^SDrina-193fc FROCKS ·mvA." 1 * A Glorious Collection of Expensive Looking Styles Featured Tomorrow " S I Z E S v 1Z to 44V Soec'V Group of .»$?m It) 52 "Sell-outs" each time they are offered... here is a newly arrived group outstanding for style and value. Brilliant forerunners' of the new Spring trends.. .they will provide intriguing spice... to your wardrobe now. TAIIOHED STYLES GORED SKIRTS DRAPED NECKLINES DIRNDLS · ZIP-VPS DAmorvs DOWNSTAIRS STORE

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