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April 3, 1931

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 9

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APRIL 3 1931 ~MASON CITY RITES HELD FOR 'OMER S. BOGGLES Fredericksburg Resident Is Survived by Widow and Two Sons. FREDERICKSBURG, April 3.-' Funeral services for Omer S. Ruggles were held Thursday afternoon. Mr. Ruggles.was born la Packwootl " March 26, 1870, and was married to Miss Lydia Do\vney at Abingdon, · Jfov. 15, 1894. He was a member of the Christian church and was alao affiliated with the Masonic rand B. P. O. E. orders. Surviving L besides his widow are two sons, J. C. Ruggles of Fredericksburg and Cleo Rug-gles of Waterloo; three brothers, Jesse Ruggles of Fairfield, Amos Ruggles aud Cyrus Ruggles, both of Packwood; one half brother, Samuel Bowman of Corning, and two sisters, Mrs. Jau- nle Romack of Packwood and Mrs Nettie Johnson of Denver. Burial was made in Rose Hill cemetery here. ' KILLS SELF IN NICE Beet Acreage Reduced. ySWEA CITY, April 3.--News baa '·jeen received here that the sugar beet acreage in this vicinity will be cut for the coming year. Last year's acreage of more than 300 acres has been cut to 250 acres this year. Associated Press Photo Peggy Davis Townsenfl, former New York show-girl, scribbled a note to her husband, drank two brandies and then jumped in her automobile mid drove It over a steep cliff, dropping 200 feet to her death at Nice, France. The company has furthermore lira i ted its contracts to old growers. At Mason City's THEATERS Douglas Fairbanks has given the mblic something: new In "Reaching?or the Moon," hia new picture for United Artists, directed by Edmund oulding, who Is called the most versatile man In Hollywood. The modern comedy-drama conies to the Palace theater Saturday. Supported jy a cast of noted stage and screen personalities, several of them stars ·n their own right, Fairbanks has put aside his spear and jerkin for a collar and fountain pen. He portrays a sensationally successful young stock broker who cuts a swath both in the financial and love markets. As the leading feminin. interest In his life there is Bebo Daniels, a fit-screen mate for tha dynamic Doug, having beauty, courage, and a splendid sense of drama Jack Mulhall, young star with the experience of a veteran, is promln ently cast as the star's best friend and confident. Edward Everett Hor ton, who has enjoyed starring hon ors on both stage and screen fo years, has an outstanding comedy part, as Fairbanks' valet. Norma Shearer lg starred In "Strangers May Kiss," which wll open Saturday at the Cecil theate as her latest Metro-Goldwyn-Hayo offering. This picture marks the re turn to the screen of the dellghtfu itar after an-absence of more than ix months. It is of unusual Interest iccause it again has her as the eroine of a best-selling novel from he pen of Ursula Parrott, popular author, whose first book provided iie story for "The Divorcee." This s the talkie in which Miss Shearer, won the 1930 award of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences "for the outstanding performance of the year. The new roll s an even, more daring one than that of the previous picture and the characterization is one of glamour and smart sophistication, Miss Shearer's best forte on the talking screen. Recounting In a. thrilling: manner the allied fight against the submarine menace, and combining this with a unique romance between an American naval commander and a German secret service agent, "The Seas Beneath," Fox movietone drama coming to the Strand theater Saturday reveals many hitherto un- filmed secrets of the U-boat struggle. The story, written by a former naval officer and directed by John Ford with the co-operation of the United States navy, revolves around the activities of a noted German submarine, the U-172, and the efforts of two American ships to capture it. One of these vessels, a. big schooner, is equipped as a "Q-ship" or "mystery ship," with a big gun concealed under a false deck-house. The other is an American submarine, escorting the schooner and maintaining telephone communica- tion with her thru a long cable. The efforts of the _German spy, a woman, almost capture the American vessels and the heart of their commander. "Big Money," a new Pathe dramatic talker brings together again that outstanding team with many successes to their credit on stage and screen--James Gleasou and Robert Armstrong. These clever comedians of "Is Zat So" and "Oh Yeah" fame are particularly well cast In "Big Money." Armstrong portrays the role of a high powered gambler and Gleason Is one of his henchmen. Eddie Quillan is featured in the leading role. Russell Mack, who qulded Quillan in "Night Work," directed "Big Money" which ia being presented at the fowa theater Friday and Saturday. Miriam Seegar and Margaret Livingston are features in the leading feminine roles. v Declamatory Finals of High Schools to Be Held on April 17 WEST LIBERTY, April 3. UP)-Twelve students, survivors of approximately 2,250 contestants from 750 Iowa schools who have competed thruout the winter in county and district contests, will meet here in,, the finals of the Iowa High School declamatory contest April 17. Supt. Karl C. Smith of West Liberty, secretary-treasurer of the Iowa High School Declamatory association, is in charge of arrangements for the local contest. Accomodations have been arranged for a crowd of several hundred visitors who are expected to attend. Measure Calculated te Relieve Taxpayer Fronosed. Headline, What's a taxpayer got left to be relieved of?--Arkansas Gazette. C T?V*¥l^ EGIL STARTS SATURDAY! wonma STRAND Direction A. H. Blank STARTS SAT.--ENDS. MONDAY SOMETHING NEW IN , BIG THRILLS It will lift you out of your seat with stunning surprises and startling action. U BOATS, WAB. SPIES LAST TIMES FRIDAY Hurry! Hurry YOU MUST SEE SODlTv with CHARLES FAUKELL nnd ELISSA LAND1 CHARLES ,. Starts Tuesday--Victor Herbert's "KISS ME AGAIN" You Don't Pay Big Money to See FRIDAY SATURDAY TREMENDOUS Story of Wall Street nnd the Underworld, as full of action as an egg Is of meat and as amusing us a cage lull of monkeys, BLUE RIBBON MONTH Let these stars entertain you. Sec these pictures during . the month of APRIL. Reginald Denny Mariam Seegar "WHAT A MAN" John Boles, Laura LaPlante with Paul Whiteman and Hia Band "KING OF JAZZ" Evelyn Brent Robert Ames "MADONNA OF THE STREETS" Amos and Andy in « "CHECK AND DOUBLE CHECK" Benny Rubin Marceline Day "SUNNY SKIES" Constance Bennett Kenneth MacKenna "SIN TAKES A HOLIDAY" Kay Johnson Reginald Denny "MADAM SATAN" Bebe Daniels Wheeler and Woolsey "DIXIANA" Bert Lytell Dorothy Sebastian "BROTHERS" Marie Dressier Wallace Beery "WIN AND BILL" MIDNITE SHOW SATURDAY 11:15 «'¥? No. 5 ON OUR Greater Show SEASON -TV Nights Of MUSIC and MEN and the Freedom She Craved! N ORMA SHEARER again captivates with her charm in this sensational successor to "The Divorcee," acclaimed the finest performance of 19311 A bost selling- novel--tfio story of B tt'omnn ivho tnok the best in Life's offering only to throw them away xvhen true- love came along! A picture you will want to come back and ace again! --LAST TIMES FRIDAY-Lawrence Tibbett "THE SOUTHERNER" ^r ^^r ^^r ^^r ^^r B ^^F ^^r mf ^^^^r ^^r^^^r- Mm Kiss "·" --with-- f ROBERT MONTGOMERY NEIL HAMILTON IRENE RICH STARTING j Saturday | THE ONLY "DOUG" FAIRBANKS IN REACHING FOR THE MOON" A STORY OF TODAY EXCITING . . NOVEL . MODERN . SPLENDID Doug In modern dress in a breath-taking story of Wnil Street und JOIiislvo Romance. High-powered action, thrills nnd high jinks the world loves With a new Fairbanks you've never known and will never forget, A bounding-, daring, dynamic devll-rnay-cnro money king: outwitting the pirates of finance, then risking nil for a girl ho hnd mot but once. \ A WONDER CAST INCLUDING BEBE DANIELS EDWARD EVERETT MORTON JACK MULHALL LAST TIME FRIDAY AMONG LOVERS* -*· %K'Z rr £. COMEDY COLBERT DRAMA FREtXUC MARCH PYTf? A f LAST NEWS PICTURES AND TEN Hi A I /V/l.' MINUTES OF FOOTBALL WITH. KNUTE ROCKNE EXTRA MIDNIGHT SHOW SATURDAY 11:15 P. M. As a Modern Marketeer ADVENTURING... DASHING ... LAUGHING . . . THRILLING . YOUR CARES AWAY! YOU MUST SEE IT I

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