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April 4, 1931

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 13

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H was given treatment here ana then rushed to Fort Dodge where he 1 in a hospital. : AUCHMOODY, 60, CRESCO, DIES Succumbs While .Visiting in Decorah; Leaves Wife and One Son. CRESCO, April 4.--The body o Elmer E. Auchmoody, 60, who diec suddenly at Decorah Thursday was brot .here for burial. 'Funera arrangements are awaiting the ar rival of relatives. He was born .In New York state Sept. 12, ISTOrand was 'fliarried at Decor'ah, in 1896 t,o Miss-V Clara Wager. ': They spen most 7 ' of their married!-life ! at De corah' and Kansas City, but hac be en'^ spending the winter at tty home, 'of ihis , sister, Mrs. Rober! Thoift'sori.jat Crescb. He had gorif to DBCprah for.the day when sud denly/; taken sick .and died at the bome^ ofr a fri.end.;' V , . He r is; survived : by his .widow, one son, -;J,. 5|. .-AUchmoody of Kansas City,'.:Mp.i two' sisters, Mrs.: Rober ThomBori,'! Crescoi anS Mrs\ Kimbark^'Nev^. Jersey, f; ·'·'':' *'··· PIansStartecI ^ W; Roclcwell Bank ,;,:' April '' 4.-- P were started at a'meeting last' 'night for. the organization of a new bank in Rockwell: .L. '·' Gf. Fuller, Des Moines bank "official and former resident here, 'was present .and stated.- support for, a bank would , bo furnished if $20,000 would he 'subscribed; in local capital. A commit^ tee, consisting o£ A.'E. Smlth^J. F. ManeyirHenry Roben iand ·- Herman ' Kelcky--*as -appointed 1 , for ·soliciting ' ; : ' ' '' ' ' '·' Scouts ; :Wihnirig Badges in Gortsei-yatipn^Become League. Members . WATERLOO, April 4. (UP)-Any first, class. boy. scout who receives ', a merit badge in conservation automatically will .become a member of the. Izaak -Walton league, according to .a.'recent agreement Between the two organizations^ The plan7was developed by Judge George W. Wood of Waterloo, chairman. of a committee of : the Izaak 'VVaitpn. League of America^: The .move allying "the two organizations in the program of conservation: was ^begun more than a year ago, i t \vaq said, ' ' s Spend - AMJBON, AprilL: 4',-- Carroll -Wild, / Virgil ghepard arid -Leonard Fojkera .who attend, thft University at Iowa City,' and. Edgar' Abbott, who attends the University at Minneapolis are spending-' their Easter vacations here · · ' . - · · · ··· Mason City Screen.Attir.ac.ti.ons WILLIAM COLLIER, Sr., GEORGE O'BRIEN AND WALTER C. Kelly in a scene'frorn "Seas Beneath," an inside story of wartime Intrigue. It will be featured at the Strand theater for three days start- Ine Saturday. . · · . - . NEIL' HAMILTON AND NORMA SHEARER ARE STARREB IN "Strangers'May Ktes" which opened a four-day engagement Saturday at the Cecil' theater. Miss Shearer plays a darlne role, BOY HERO TO BE HOOVER GUEST Youth Who Saved Children : ; in Storm Invited to White House. , ; WASHINGTON, .April 4.. The 13 year old Boy hero of,'the Colorado school bus,tragedy will be rewarded for his resourcefulness by something- not many grownups can boast of, a night at the white house as 'the guest bf the president. · But the youngster will be without his brother, who froze to deatt with four other children in a schoo bus stalled in a blizzard near Towner, Colo., last week. Impressed by Story. After President Hoover returnee from his Caribbean trip he read of Lhe Colorado tragedy. Impressed by ih'e' story of Bryan Unticdt, he invited the boy to .be. his guest. The nvitatiou was accepted, and in about two weeks Bryan will be able to leave the Lamar, Colo., hospital, and'corae to the capital. -A blizzard on March 26 stopped he 'Pleasant Hill .school bus. The river, Carl Miller, went for help, eaving Bryan in charge. · Miller did not come back. He :roze to death.- ..,.'··'£.' '·;. : . : Organized Games. Thru the day JJryan tried to .keep lis schoolmates busy and satisfied. He organized boxing matches and ames to keep; the blood flowing md hold_ off lassitude that creeps iiru a fFeezing body. When night- came .-·tired children succumbed to tho penetrating and ncreasing: cold. Bryan gave them own wraps. One of the first to die was his brother, Orlo. Finally the missing bus was found. Five of the 22 children were dead. The others, including Bryan, were in agony from frostbite. Storage Buildings to Be Erected at Crystal Lake GARNER, April 4.--The Hancock county board of supervisors purchased three city lota at Crystal Lake from the Ellsworth college estate at-Iowa Falls. Two hundred and .twenty-five dollars was the price paid. Storage buildings will be jullt to accommodate the county road machinery when not in use. BANK PAYS OUT AT WHITTEMORE Final Dividend of 12 Per Cent Paid ^Closed ..';..;'· State Bank.; DES MO1NES, : 'April 4. (/P)--The .closed; Whltteraore State 'bank a' Whitti more and the L'ehlgh' Valley Savings bank at Lehlgh have made their final payments to depositors L. A. Andrew, 'state superintendent of banking, 1 said here today in an : nouncing dividends paid recently by 19 closed institutions. Dividends aggregating $619,411.95 were paid by the institutions. The largest amount Was a 25 per cent dividend by the Security Trust and Savings bank of Fort Dodge, totaling- $95,262.30.. s " .The payments included: Whittemore State bank; 12 per cent plus, final, $30,716.84; Lehigh Valley Sav- ngs, 11 per cent plus, final, 512,691.12; Providence Trust company, Estherville, 10, ?39,882.72; First Trust and' Savings bank, Oxford Function, 10, 517,563.42; Farmers Trust and Savings. Bank, Oxford (unction, 10, ?17,563.42; Farmers Trust; and Savings bank, Emmets- iurg, 10, 5.48,011.35; Peoples.'Sav- ngs Bank, Avoca; 35, $40,627.55; Bellevue State Bank, 10, 550,265.75; and LeClaire Savings bank, 40, $67,458.41. LINCOLN CAFE SANDWICH SHOP 1C' Second Street N. E. Mason City EASTER SUNDAY, April 5 » · - . · . . . . ' . . Everyone at the Lincoln Cafe wishes you a Happy Easter and many more . . . 'and the best of everything. Start the season right by coming to the Lincoln Cafe for the very best Easter Sunday Dinner . . . and enjoy for the first time this season, the: first Strawberry Short Cake served with the Dinner. Our Special EASTER SUNDAY DINNER , T. ; ;-65c Choice of-- Easter Day /Soup or Consomme Julienne · : 'Roast 'Stuffed -Domestic Turkey, Cranberry Sauce : One-half Fried.-Sprlng Chicken on, Toast, -Hunter Style JRoast Br6bkfieId;Milkfed Spring Chicken, Waldorf Dressing VEGETABLES: Escallop e 4 Corn and Combination Salad with Hard-Boiled Egg and Thousand Island Dressing ' . " : ' · . ..VSnow-White Potatoes DESSERT : Strawberry Short Cake or Choice of Ice Cream Sundae SPECIAL 50e DINNER Choice of-- 'Easter Day Soup or Consomme Julienne ' ·. Roast Prime Ribs of Beeg, Natural, au jus . - · ' . · ' , ' Roast Leg of Baby · Pig, Waldorf Dressing .. ·-·· '·-: Stuffed Pork Tend'erloin . - . - . . Baked: Virginia Ham, .Canadian Sweet Potatoes VEGETABLES: Combination Salad with Hard-Boiled Egg and '..:..'.'.''.'.'·. ! . - . . . .Thousand Island Dressing DESSERT: Strawberry Short Cake or Choice of Ice Cream Sundae Award Not Enough to Pay Costs; Plaintiff i Is Granted New Trial FORT DODGE, April 4. John Feller, 15, has been granted a new trial in his $23,000 suit against M. J. Fodge, who is alleged to have shot and wounded the youth last October. - ' An award of $300 was granted Feller last week but his counsel petitioned for a rehearsing .on the rounds that Feller did not receive enough to pay hospital ahd'medical expenses. Judge Sherwood' Clark granted the, rehearing yesterday. Extension Will Be Made on Rural Route Out of,Forest City FOREST CITY, April 4.--Rural route No. '4 out of Forest City is to be extended four miles as the result of an extension granted by tho postoffice department at Washington. The-change, effective April IB, will bermade at the'A. C. Steiff c'orner, where the route will go south to the corner a mile south of ie Jens Anderson farm, thence east two miles .past the Winton Pletcher place to the corner where Gettis lives and follow' the ditch road north to the Read corner, where it ; connects with the old route. The people on the road east of the Steiff corner will be served by a retrace--past the- Bateman farm where Otto Book lives and babk to the Steiff corner. This addition of four and a half miles Jhanges this from the shortest to the longest of the rural routes out of Forest City.. Waldorf Choir Gives \ Concert- at Kanawha KANAWHA, April 4.--The cap-' pella choir of Waldorf Lutheran college ,of Forest City aang here on their twelfth annual tour at the Kanawha Lutheran church Thursdav night. .. This choir is well known . over northwestern United States, having sung at Chicago^ Minneapolis, Duluth and Des Moines. The choir was started 12 years'ago under'the leadership of Oscar Lyder. For the past three years Odvin Higen has been director. Included in the program:is a'number composed by Mr. Hagen " Plaintiff Dismisses Case. ·'- . ALLISON. April 4.-^-In the case of the railroad commission V3..Okke Schnelderman in an'action for a permanent injunction against operating a truck without a license from the railroad commission, the case was dismissed by the plaintiff t. STILL PLENTY OF ROOM FOR FARMER (Continued ^From .Faga 1). class of American farmers to take from the soil. ,,'. But oh, how dissimilarly the pair of them expressed this same idea! According to Banker ' Traylor's showing, a living is all right;, for folk who are satisfied with it, agriculture offers plenty of opportunities.- . ; . ' -··-.; ; According to Secretary Dunlap, a bare living Is the best prospect that great numbers of farmers can reasonably hope'for; they will be able to feed themselves and their broods, and thai; is about'all, since agricultural- production, for the markets' requirements, soobviously exceeds the demand. , ·· - ' ' · . ·* '-.__ . " . ·THE assistant secretary previsions ·«· a separation o£ America's farmers into three groups: j. . 1.. A relatively small number who, adequately capitalized and operating on a large scale, with the best machinery, by the most intensive, highly scientific modern methods and in favorable geographic locations, will reap large returns as mass pi-oduc- ters, at a small profit but a great deal of it. 2. A. much larger classification on par with moderately prosperous urban folk. ' 3. A basic layer who Will raise for :hemselves what they need-to eat, iu.t 'in all probabillty-jWill be' dependent for whatever.else.they may require upon such employment as they can obtain from the. larger scale operators or from occasional job work in, city industries--not a very brilliant outlook, considering the . extent to which machinery is replacing men in up-to-date farming and the already cdngested state of the industrial labor market. T SOUNDS dismal to hear Secretary Dunlap, whom I take to be a pessimist, prophesy; not a bit gloomy to listen to Banker Traylor, who frankly declares himself an optimist. , Now the fact is that a farmer, once started a-farming (some capital undoubtedly is needed at the outset), does not need; much actual currency to live on. He does,, of course, if he raises only wheat or cotton, even buying condensed milk and canned vegetables; but I am assuming- that he has a few pigs and chickens and a couple of cows, plants a small grove of fruit trees arid ralses : an acre or so of garden truck. With these resources he is practically self-supporting; clothes are a negligible item in the country. I once tried it myself and know what I am talking about But taxes!--they ruined me. "I can see," I said to Banker Traylor, .Vhow the farmer you de- Bcrib'e can LIVE, so long as no un- escapablc demand is made on him for cash monej', but won't he be thrown into bankruptcy ever so often by the tax collector?" '.'A-h-h-h!" exclaimed the banker, "that's just it! "He mustn't anticipate his Income. He mustn't run into debtr-either personally, or as part of the community. If he does, he'll find himself in trouble, certainly. "Roads?, Expensive public improvements--all to be paid for in the future.. Of course they'll be a load when the bill comes to be settled." , ' But can the individual farmer be neld responsible if his community overdoes itself and mortgages his future along with his neighbors'? "Ha generally votes for the mortgage," answered Banker Traylor. At Mason City's THEATERS ."Strangers May Kiss," starring Norma Sheargr, opened Saturday at the _ Cecil theater. Two of the screen's most,popular leading men share masculine honors in the sparkling production, Robert Montgomery and Neil Hamilton, Montgomery played with Miss Shearer in "Their Own Desire" and "The Divorcee' and recently was featured in "Inspiration" and "The Easiest Way." Hamilton is best known for his re markable performance in "The Dawn PatroL" An unusually imposing cast appears in supporting roles. Marjorie Rambeau, who last was seen in "Mln and Bill," plays the part of Mjss Shearer's confidante. Irene Rich is the trusting wife who ends her life when she discovers her husband's infidelity. Hale Hamilton is the husband in the case and Jed Prouty is Miss Hambeau's "boy friend." Conchita Montenegro, exotic Spanish dancer, plays her first English-speaking role and, Albert Conti is the Spaniard who is enamored of the heroine. The story concerns Lisbeth, a very modern young woman who takes romancers she finds it, attaching herself to a jlobe-trotting journalist without Benefit of clergy. Hamilton is the oving chap and when he finds her likewise accepting favors of .other men he casts her off, .the double- standard not Including; the. woman whose love he holds. Montgomery is :he suave youth, always understanding and ever ready to marry Uisbeth when she tires of'the other chap; In the end the true lovers get together, both having- learned a bitter lesson in a bitter world. What "AH Quiet On the Western Front"' was to the armies in the late war, "The Seas Beneath" is to the competing navies. This remarkable romance of submarine warfare, created by John Ford for F6x Movietone, opened Saturday at the Strand theater, and skilfully combines a unique love-story with 'a breathless and graphic portrayal of the allied struggle against the U- boat. Opening with the departure of a determined little flotilla irom New York for the Canaries with a certain German submarine as Its objective, developing Its strange and sympathetic romance at the epy-ridden port of Santa Cruz, and ending In a terrific and marvelously photographed naval battle between the giant U-boat on one side and an American submarine and a "mystery ship" on the other, "The Seas Beneath" is truly an epic bf maritime history. Especially notable performances are given by George O'Brien and Marion Lesslng In the leading roles and o£ Warren Hymer, William Collier, Sr., and Walter C. Kelly' as the continuously battling sailors. COMING ATTRACTIONS CECIL. Saturday, Sunday, Monday, Tuesday--Norma Shearer in "Strangers May Kiss" with Robert Montgomery and Neil Hamilton. Wednesday, Thursday, Friday-The screaming comedy hit, "The Cohens and Kellys in Africa," costarring George Sidney and Charlie Murray. STRAND. Saturday, Sunday, Monday -George O'Brien in "Seas Beneath" with Marion Lessing. Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday--Victor Herbert's "Kiss Me EAT OUT. ... EASTER SUNDAY Delicious food, perfect service, and cheerful surroundings rriake the Princess the ideal place to eat Sunday, dinner. A full course dinner that will find favor with the most critical. . SPECIAX CHINESE DISHES MADE BY A CHINESE CHEF PRINCESS CAFE 112 North Federal Again" -starring Bernice Claire,. Walter Pidgeon and Edward Everett Horton. . Sister Dies in Minot. FOREST 'CITY, ^April 4.--Miss Hagen, dean of women at Waldorf college, is in Minot, N. Dak., 'where she was called by the death of he:j sister, . . CECIL MASON ' CITY'S FINEST THEATEK NOW PLAYING! --THRU TUESDAY-- THE NOVEL SENSATION Now the Brilliant Talkie! What Chance Has Awarded For the Finest Performance in 1930 N o r m a Shearer a g a i n surpasses herself in this successor to "The Divorcee" Love In the Lure of Pleasure? Here is the brilliant star's answer in a mighty picture that is a fearless, fascinating successor to the smash hit "The Divorcee." She traveled the pathway to freedom, knew many'men but always in her heart there was only one man! N O R M A SHEARER in her greatest-- ROBERT MONTGOMERY Sundays 'Til 2 P. M. A Practical lesson in Patho Golf Series by the · Champion -- Extra Added Attraction -CHI E with JOHNNY FARRELL VJ\JLiF h "Buffer Swings" «' ,,'ife; f 1 4m I s « TRAIST.D Direction A. H, Blank STARTS SATURDAY -- ENDS MONDAY Ncp tuna's Favorite) Son* Run \VLI] In This F of tile Wntern DENEATH II "MM. GEOftGE O'BRIEN MMllON LESSINC AFOt MOVIETONE PICTURE.. EASTER GREETINGS From tho Management Continuous Shows--1 to 11 .GOBS AT WAR- AND PLAY The crew of the Dolphin was first in a fight anywhere. They rollicked at sea and frolicked ashore . . . just the type of sailors men admired and women adored. ADDED ATTRACTIONS Chapter No. 10 "THE INDIANS ARE COMING" -- PAXHE NEWS Matinees Daily, 'Til 5:30--25c ' After 5:30--35o Bargain Hour Sunday--· · 1 to 2--25c After 2--3So Kisses From Hollywood Candy Kisses--Chock Full .of Greetings From BERNICE CLAIRE Star of Victor Herhert's "KISS ME AGAIN" Await each patron bf this theater. Come-now and get n hies. Picture runs FOUR DAYS --STARTS TUESDAY ALWAYS A GOOD SHOW . AT THE STRAND tf EI--.I

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