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May 5, 1934

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 10

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TEN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE MAY 5 1934 Commencement Exercises * * * * » * Lauer Will Give Address at Graduation Program in Belmond; Palmer of West Union Will Speak to Class at Floyd; Seven Nashua Students Selected to Give Exercises; Judge Clock of Hampton Will Talk at Commencement in Allison. BELMOND, May 5.-- Edward H Lauer, director of athletics at the State University of Iowa, has been engaged to give the commence-! m e n t address at B e l m o n d high school exercises. The exercises will be held May 31. The Rev. J. C- Buthman, pas- · tor of the Bel- mood Methodist church, will deliver the commencement 'sermon May 27. T h e l a r g e class of graduates is composed of Clairj W. Baker, An- 1 astasia Barry, E. H. LAtlER Ina Berghefer, Clean Brady, Alice May Buchanan, Muriel E. Christie, Evelyn L. Cooper, Dorothy L. Courson. Mary J. Cullinan, Vyna J. Curtis, Theodore E. Dorenkamp, Jessie E. Elder, Don C. Goelz, Roy J. Hake, Dale L. R. Hauge, A. Barbara Hewlett, Margaret G. Holm, Corrine Hopple, Fay Hoyt, Donald O. Jenison, George E. Jenison. Ina R. Jenison, Francis J. Leavy, Arlene E. Loats, Henrietta Martha Loats, Harold Mack, Loyola G. McLaughlin, Gerald W. McNulty, Jew ell Bernice Morris. Ursel C. Nolle, Meredith T. Nord- schow, George F. Norris, Madalene Gladys Peterson, George Polmateer, Helen Rose Quinlan, LaVonne Ramsey, George M. Reinfeld, Jr., Ina F, Schmidt, Herman L. Schultz, Jr. Harold R. Sorenson, Sadie Ter Hark, Royce A Tomson June P. Walrod, Vernon T. C. Weld, Loren E. Whelan, Deloris Withers. Members of the school board are Thomas P. McNulty, president; William H. Trafford, George F. Elder, H. L. Schultz, William A. Parker, Cato C. Griesy, secretary; Dr, H. L. Gowdy, treasurer. The high school faculty is composed of Hazel V. Thomas, superintendent; H. C. Bngelbrectt, principal; Clifford E. Gullette, Lorraine Powers, Selma Mundhjeld, Regina McGough, Raymond Balderson, Ida Stomne, Blanche Williams, Martha C. Gibbs, Palmer Will Speak. FLOYD, May 5.-- King R. Palmer of West Union, it was announced, has been selected as the commencement speaker for graduation exer- cisea to be held .M a y 23. at F l o y d h i g h s c h o o 1. The commencement ·"CS, sei Driven May 20 "by the Rev. Alfred Christensen, pastor of the Floyd M. E. church. Diplomas will be awarded to| Margaret Barney, D o r i s| Horr, Kathryn Frank, F 1 o r-i e n c e Thomas,] M a r g a r e t ! Wulff, H e 1 e nl Wilcox. KING PALMER Esther Barclay, Lois Bucknell, Wendell Thomas, Earnie Ballard, Kirk Lindquist, James McDermott and William Boekemier., , On the school board are P. J. Barney, president; Ben Johnson, Roy Quimby, Emil Hoppe, and William Wulff. The high school faculty includes D. R. Roberts, superintendent, D. V. Minert, Miss Edna Rust and Miss Ruth Saddler. T Students in Charge. NASHUA, May 5.-- Nashua high school will hold commencement exercises June 1. Seven members of the class have been selected to give the program. The commencement sermon. May 27, will be given by the Rev. William Kent of Nashua. The three ranking pupils are Anna Bigelow, Ellen Lichenstein and Louise Legel. Members of the school board are W. L. Peterson, president; Wendell Cliristenson, Clark Dexter, E. ,S. Taylor and Jesse Watson. The high school faculty is composed of F. W. Berninghousen, superintendent; Cassie McCulloch, Alice Dixon, Irene Wick, George Williams, Pauline Fan-ley, Jay Johnson, Victor Lunn and Minna Tigges. The graduating class is composed of Monte H. Hayward, Evelyn C. Becker, Harold N. Schuster, Ellen M. Lichenstein, Lillian M. Schuster, Jake Boomgarden, Leo W. Nprd- man. Elna Hammond, Lyle Jepson, Leora M. Hansen, Verna A. Hall, Dorothy M. Riggs, Beula M. Wait, Ina V. Brandt, Louise M. Legel, Gertrude C. Hall, Roger K. Laydon; Gerald M. Martin, Irma Flo Chandler, Helen L. Morris, Dorothy Caught Lindsley, Ora A. Cook, Susie M. Haag, Charles W. Huntley. Evelyn L. Miller, Mildred Lucille Swinton, Daniel Dewey Diller, Max G. Bullen, Robert A. Pierce, Anna J. Bigelow, Clarence E. Strike, Robert Tigges, Lucille J. Rodtunaker, Robert James Stuart Will Bear Clock. ALLISON, May 5.--The commencement exercises of the Allison public school will be held at the Legion hall May 24. Judge Sherwood A. Clock of Hampton will deliver the address. The Rev. W. C. Nassen will deliver the commencement sermon Sunday evening. May 20, at the St. Jacobus Lutheran church. The senior class play will be presented at the Legion hall May 18. The junior-senior banquet will be held in the Commons building, I. S. T. C., Cedar Falls, May 22. There are 18 members in the graduating: class: Elizabeth Speedy, vale dictorian, Wilma VanDyke, salutatorian; Marjorie DeBerg, Marlys Parks, Fred Vanderkolk, Vernon Anderson, Jean Detra, Aletha Yost, Alice Folkerts, Valda Willis, John Moore, Grace Buss, Hazel Roelf, Marie.Wehrhan, Ernest Crawford, Robert Cheever, Harold Poppen and Galen Folkers. The school board consists of W. C. Shepard, president; Dr. E. C. Kepler, Ernest Speedy, F. I. Newbury, Dr. Ralph McWhirter, W. T. Davidson. Members of the high school faculty are: G. E. Hoffman, superintendent. Miss Madge Renner, principal; Harry McClintic, Miss Ruby Johnson and C. J. Ball. COMING ATTRACTIONS CECIL Saturday, Sunday, Monday, Tuesday--Bing Crosby in "We're Not Dressing" with Carole Lombard, ieorge Burns and Gracie Allen, Ethel Merman and Leon ErroL Wednesday, Thursday, Friday-Fredric March in "Death Takes a Holiday" with Evelyn Venable, Sir " uy Standing and;Kent Taylor. PALACE Saturday, Sunday, Monday, Tuesday--"Come on Marines'; with Richard Arleu and Ida Lupino, and Bebe Daniels in "Registered Nurse." Wednesday/ Thursday,.. : Friday-Spencer Tracy : and jMk' r pakle' in 'Looking: for -TrouWs"! ; with Constance Cummings arid "Upperworld" with Warren William and Ginger Rogers. STRAND Sunday, Monday -- "Meet the 3aron" featuring Jack Pearl, radio's Baron Munchausen, with Jimmy Durante and Zasu Pitts. Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday-Hae West in "She Done Htm ,Vrong" with Gary Grant and Noah Beery. Friday, Saturday--Double program, with "Ridin' Gents," a. Bud and Ben western, and Richard Dix .n "Day of Reckoning." IOWA Sunday, Monday, Tuesday--"It. Happened .One Night," starring "lark Gable and Claudette Colbert with Walter Connolly and Roscoe Karns. Wednesday, Thursday--"Convention City" with Joan Blondell, Adolphe Menjou, Dick Powell, Mary Astor, Guy Kibbee, Frank McHugh and Patricia Ellis. Friday, Saturday--John Wayne "Riders of Destiny" with Cecilia Parker. Coaching for VanVoorhis Reduced by Osage Board OSAGE, May 5.--The request ot M. T. VanVoorhis that he be released from a part of his coaching duties for the coming school year has been granted. The board has assigned to E. R. Mitchell of Buffalo Center, a new member of the high school faculty, the football and track coaching, MK VanVoorhis retaining only the basketball coaching in addition to his classes in history and economics in the social science department The board is lining up the faculty for the coming year. MAE WEST SAYS, "HAIL TO ALL MASON CITY!" "I'm coming Back to Show at a Local Theater in My First Starring Picture." 3 BIG DAYS-- TUESDAY. WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY "Come up and see me sometime! Hear ma- sing "Frankle and Johnny" and other songs. See me strut my stuff. MAE WEST CAR.YORANT EN MOOM NOAH BER.Y Gll»eW WJtAND ^X, d Qaramaunt {future PLTJS-- CARTOON and COMEDY City S "LOVE THY NEIGHBOR" IS THE TITLE OF ONE OF THE songs Bing Crosby sings for the first time in his new Paramount picture "We're Not Dressing," which comes to the Cecil theater for four days starting Saturday. But what's he to do with two such charming neighbors as Carole Lombard and Ethel Merman, featured with him? CLARK GABLE AND CLATJDETTE COLBERT IN "IT HAPPENED ONE NIGHT," WHICH continues through Tuesday at the Iowa theater. · A REGISTERED NURSE WHO REGISTERS EMOTION! THAT'S Bebe Daniels, whose temperature rises every time she sees Lyle Talbot in "Registered Nurse," which comes to the Palace Saturday for a four day engagement. At Mason City THEATERS By K. J. f. BELIEVE IT OR NOT, STRANGE AS IT SEEMS With the necessity of publicizing each succeeding production a little more than the last, moving picture men slide into a free use of superlatives creating a deal of sound and fury and signifying nothing; and it is indeed a rare occasion when even a portion of such ballyhoo is found to be true afer one has seen one of taese ''colossal, stupen-* GALA RETURN ENGAGEMENT OF MAE WEST IN HER FIRST starring picture, "She Done Him Wrong," at the Strand Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. RICHARD ARLEN, IDA LUPINO AND ROSCOE KARNS IN "Come On Marines," which starts a four day engagement at the Palace Saturday. Others in the cast are Grace Bradley, Monte Blue and Toby Wing. ^_^^ Junior-Senior Banquet j Held in Corwith Church I CORWITH, May o.--Tfle junior- j senior banquet was held at the i Methodist church dining rooms Thursday evening. The rooms were decorated to represent a flower garden. Charles Sorenson, toastmasler, was responded to by Vivienne John- son, Lovoy Dawson, Pauline Brown, Supt. G. W. Beacom, Erma Fry, Mr. Muto, Geneva Bush and Wayne Chambers. A piano solo by Mrs. G. W. Beacom concluded the program. dous, terrific, etc., sensations of the screen." Now, you can believe it or not, but strange as it seems one of these rare occasions is experienced after seeing "It Happened One Night" which is to continue through Tuesday at the Iowa theater. Every phase of this production is handled with a finesse saldom equaled. Clark Gable, Claudette Colbert Walter Connolly and Roscoe Karns turn in the best performances. of their, respective careers, and,are fortunate to being cast in such a fine .vehicle under the excellent direction, of Frank Capra. * * * The Palace double feature which began a four day engagement Saturday features Bebe Daniels in the title role of "Registered Nurse" and does a good job of glorifying the profession. The second picture is ·'Come on Marines" with Ida Lupino doing the cheering for Richard Arlen. * * * i Several very funny sequences are ! outstanding in the Baron Munchau- ' sen picture playing Sunday and Monday at the Strand. Jack Pearl, who has told bigger "whoppers" to more persons than any other radio star, makes his debut in this film aided by Jimmy Durante and Zasu Pitts. Appropriately, the title is "Meet the Baron." * * * CECIL PRESENTS "WE'RE NOT DRESSING" "We're Not Dressing," which started a four day run Saturday at the Cecil, provides one of the best vehicles that Bing Crosby has had since his entrance into films, also giving him a strong supporting cast. The action takes place aboard a yacht and then on an apparently deserted tropical island. * a * "Convention City," coming to the Iowa Wednesday and Thursday, gives wives an opportunity to see the "inside" of the convention trips which seem to tire their husbinds so much. This picture boasts an excellent cast. * * * Ginger Rogers, Warren Wiliiam and Mary Astor form the usual iriangle in "Upperworld" which shares the midweek Palace bill with a film story of a telephone lineman's experiences, "Looking for Trouble." Jack Oakie, Spencer Tracy and Constance Cummings top the cast in the latter production. . · * * * · MAE WEST FILM RETURNS TO STRAND "She Done Him Wrong," a la Mae West, returns for a three day engagement beginning Tuesday at the Strand. * * * Fredric March reaches new heights in "Death Takes a Holiday," which plays Wednesday, Thursday and Friday at the Cecil. This is one of the year's best pictures. Retail Group Organized. DECORAH, May 5.--The Decorah Retail association, now being organized, of retail dealers of the city, expects to have a hundred members in the near future. The committee in charge of the activities are W. E. Scott, chairman; Edward Bear, B. A. Jermann, George Baker, William Fischer, E. J. Parman, Constance Rosenthal, Walter Molt, Harold Erickson, Melvin Johnson and Nels Haugen. Obsolete saying: "Why, I could buy the cloth and make it for less than that."--Kewanee Star Courier. through the east, visiting New York City, Virginia and Washington, D. C. They will probably return in a month. Girl at Geneva Is Given Anesthetic as Physician Removes Large Splintei GENEVA, May 5.--Little Rosalii Fritz will probably take no mor chances of sliding down the cellai door. After her last slide a generai anesthetic was administered in order to remove a splinter measuring i/. by 3V. inches. The child is the daughter of Fred Fritz, living southwest of town. Franklin Schoolmasters Hear Talk by Dr. Powers GENEVA, May 5.--Places were laid for 34 at the banquet Thursday evening for the schoolmasters 01 Franklin county and their wives. Dr. J. C. Powers talked on "Boulder Dam." A bridge party followed the banquet. NOW SHOWING IOWA Continues Thru Tuesday GAY ENTERTAINMENT FOR ANYBODY DON'T LET ANYTHING KEEP YOU AWAY Clark GABLE *Cl a udette COLBERT "It Happened One Nig/it" -it/I Wall" Connolly Roscpe Karris from thtCoiiKoveliliai wwoi/ne an'r by Spmuel HopWns Adorns Screen play by ROBERT RISKIN A FRANK CAPRApr'oduciion ADULTS 21 Tax CHILDREN 10c Inc. Leave for Canada. CLARION, May 5.--Mr. and Mrs. F. I.. Barker left Friday morning for two weeks' stay in Toronto. Canada, where Mr. Barker will rep- i resent the Clarion chapter of the Order of Railway conductors at its annual convention there. At the close of the convention, Mr. and Mrs. Barker will take a short trip I PALACE Pear Tree in Bloom. LUVERNE, May 5.--A pear.tree at the J. H. Chapman home in Luverne is now in full bloom. The tree is about 20 feet high. MIDNITE SHOW TONIGHT Come Before 9--See Tom Tyler in "Tracy Bides" and "Meet the Baron' ALSO SHOWING--SUNDAY AND MONDAY COME AND SEE RADIO'S BIGGEST LIAR AND COMEDIAN-- HE'S "BARON MUNCHAUSEN" Of c o u r s e ! You've heard h i m on the radio! N o w see him on the icreenl What » combination of funmakers! "Schnotzle" Durnntc, Zasw Fltts and the Baron! Edna May Oliver Ted Healy ADDED-Comedy -- Cartoon Pathc News Big First-Run Feature Pictures! Now Showing THIY IOVED THE SMELL OF POWDER ...Face Powdei A Paramount Ptcturt w MQWBMLBMDAUinM MSCKMMS. IWITI HUE ttKERUUMWfMMI A Blazing Close-up of Nurses in Love --and Men Who Take Their Kisses! The Biggest Show at Least Admission A BARGAIN Surf Stand . Ballroom will be open daily, serving Southern Style Chicken Bar-B-Q Ribs -- Beer Soft Drinks and Sandwiches at the Counter or in Booths Clear Lake, Iowa SAT., MAY 5 WIT THOMA And His 10 PRINCETONIANS DANCING FREE TO MECHANICAL MUSIC EXCEPT ON REGULAR DANCE NIGHTS VERN WINTERS Thursday, May 10 HEAVEN HELP A SAILOR --------- ON A NIGHT OVI SONGS..! lOVf-MAKING TECHNIQUE He's Her Man Friday . . and he doesn't do bad the rest of the week!

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