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Mason City, Iowa
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Saturday, April 1, 1939
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PLAN CANTATA FOR ftOCKFORD "The Crucified" to Be Presented Palm Sunday in Church _ROCKFORD--George B. Kevins' cantata for Easter-tide, "The Crucified" will be presented at the Methodist church at 11 a. m. Palm Sunday. An augmented choir o£ 40 voices will be under the direction o£ Joseph Haugen director of public school music- and Mrs. Caroline Houts will play the pipe organ accompaniment. The program is as follows, song "The Upper Boom," by the choir; Baritone solo, "Assurance" by Earl Houdek with chorus of women's voices; baritone solo, "Benediction," Earl Houdek; s o n g , Gethsemane," choir; men's chorus, "Betrayal;" alto solo, "Judge- ment/' by Mrs. H. H. Ervin; song, "Calvary" by the choir; tenor solo, "Resurrection" by William Steuben; song, "Lives Again Our Glorious King," and "Gloria From the 12th Mass" by the choir. Mrs. C. G. Fort and Mrs. Caroline Houts will play three organ- piano numbers and they .will be the prelude, offertory and the postlude. 'St. Louis Blues" Satrizes Sarong of Dorothy Lamour WILL OBSERVE 71SJ BIRTHDAY Otto Kollman Came From Germany to Rudd, April 4, 1883 RUDD--Friday, April 7 will be Otto Kollman's seventy-first birthday anniversary. He was born in Germany in 1868 and landed in America Apri 4, 1883. He and his parents cam,, direct to Rudd vicinity to a place three miles east and two miles south, where they lived until between Christmas and New Years when they moved three miles north and one-half mile east o Rudd. In 1892 he moved to a farm one mile north and two miles east where he lived until 1902, when he moved to Minnesota for fou years. In the fall of 1906, he moved U Rudd where he has since resided For five and one-half years, fron 1919 to 1925, he was in the rest aurant business here but fox- a number of years he has operatec the Kollman Produce house at th present location. More Visitors for University of Iowa Summer Staff Picked IOWA CITY--Appointments o visiting staff members for th University of Iowa's 40th summe session Wednesday passed the 2 mark with the announcement o five additional persons. The men and women, each rep resenting a different state froir Montana to New Jersey, wi" serve in various departments, be ginning their work June 12. Modeste Alloo, conductor of th Newark, N. J., WPA orchestr will join the music faculty whi! Prof. Fowler Harper of Indian university is a Jaw college addi tion. Others are Paul Kirchen o Carroll college, Montana, classi cat languages; John A. Saathol of Jamestown college o[ Nort Dakota, sociology: and Theodor Viehman, director of the Youngs town, Ohio, Civic theater, speech and dramatic art. MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE SATURDAY, APRIL 1, 1939 "St. Louis Blues," which opened at the Cecil Saturday, depicts a tory that satirizes a portion of Star Dorothy Lamour's life, as she plays the part of a theatrical ce- MOVIE MENU CECIL--"St. L o u i s Blues" through Tuesday. PALACE--"Yes, My Darlins Daughter" and "Secret Service of the Air" through Tuesday. S T R A N D--"Trigger Smith" and "Time Out for Murder" end Saturday. "The Arkansas Traveler" ana "Mystery of Mr. Wone" begin Sunday. STATE--"Tarchy Gets H e r Man" and "Phantom Gold" end Saturday. "The Black Boom" and "Behind the Mask" begin Sunday. LAKE--(Clear Lake)--"Mexicali Rose" and "Peck's Bad Boy With the Circus" Saturday. "You Can't Cheat an Honest Man" and "Youth Takes a Fling" begin Sunday. from Highway Dynamited in Joice Vicinity to Break Up Frost JOICE -- The highway Joice north to 105'was dynamited in several places Thursday as a last resort to break up the frost and let the water down in an e[fort to dry up places that have been impassable ihe past week. Several loads of gravel dumped it] "soft spots" failed to help as frost underneath made drying impossible. Only small charges of dynamite were used so as not to cause too much damage. The work was done by Worth county workers. ebrity made famous by a sarong. The actress eventually rebels against her manager's dictum -that she never appear in public except in a sarong. The picture's title was, ot course, inspired by W. C. Handy's immortal ballad of life along the Mississippi, "St. Louis Blues." Lloyd Nolan has the male lead as the admirer of la Lamour. Darling Daughter . Aside from-the titular song, "I Go for That," "Kinda Lonesome/ "Dark Eyes," and "Loch Lom o n d " a r e among the melodies presented. In the support- i n g c a s t a r c Tito G u i z a r, Jerome Cowan. Jessie R a l p h Maxine Sulli- XoUn v a n, William Frawley, the King's Men, Matty Malneck and his orchestra, and the Hall Johnson choir. Of a controversial nature is "Yes, My Darling Daughter,' which is at the Palace. It's a romantic comedy of a pair of would- be sophisticated youngsters..'who decide to spend a weekend together--without benefit of chaperone or clergy. Lane and Lynn . . . Indianola's Priscilla Lane is featured, playing opposite Jeffrej Lynn. Others in the lineup are Roland Young, Fay Baintcr, Ma Robson, Genevieve Tobin, lai Hunter and Edward Gargan. Co- feature is "Secret Service of the Air," with Ronald "D u t c h " Reagan. J o h n L i t e 1, I 1 a R h o d e s a n d James Stephenson. Boris Karloff monopolizes the S t a t e theater screen, b e i n g seen in b o t h "The B l a c k R o o m 1 ' a n d " B e h i n d the ~"~~~~~^~~" Mask." Sunday 3i»i Kob»on through Tuesday, Jack Holt, Katherine DeMille, Marian Marsh, Thurston Hall and Robert Allen are in the picture also. In one film ICarloff is seen as the master of an international dope ring, in the other he is a maniacal tyrant of an eerie castle. "Crucifixion" Will Be Given on Sunday FOREST CITY--Sir John Stainer's cantata, "The Crucifixion," will be presented by the Immanuel Lutheran church choir Palm Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock at the Immanuel church. Soloists will include Odvin Hagen, director of music at Waldorf college and James Carlson, Dows, tenors, and Oswald Thorson, Forest City, and Robert Larsen of St. Olai College, basses, Mrs. Edith Quist, pianist. W. C. FIELDS, EDGAU BERGEN AND CHARLIE MCCARTHY are pictured above in a scene from "You Can't Cheat an Honest Man, which plays at the Lake theater at Clear Lake on Sunday and Monday. BOB BURNS IS AT THE STRAND SUNDAY THROUGH Tuesday in "The Arkansas Traveler." "Mystery of Mr. Wong" is the other feature on this same program. Fields Feuds Dougherty Sunshine Club Holds Meeting DOUGHERTY--Mrs. Leo Danehy was hostess to the Sunshine club on Wednesday afternoon. No lesson was given so the time was spent playing cards and piecing quilt blocks. Refreshments were served. Easter Cantata for Emmetsburg Sunday EMMETSBURG -- An Easter cantata will be presented here Sunday evening by members ot the congregation of the Bethany Lutheran church in observance of Palm Sunday. Mrs. H. C. Heyen will be reader and the accompanist will be Mrs. H. C. Thompson. Jubilee Singers at Rockwell on Sunday ROCKWELL--The "Plantation Jubilee Singers" a group of colored musicians will appear at the ^../, r *V;..;.'X,\:-rw.^. "KING KO-KO" IS PRESENTED Operetta Given by Junior High Pupils in Rockford School ROCKFORD--The Junior High operetta "King Ko-Ko" was presented at the high school auditorium Friday night. The cast of characters included Rea Cunningham, Laura Belle Murphy, Arlyn Paulus, Don Ayres, Irma Hoblit, Bob Irvin, Billy Weigand, Mary Dunkelberg, Lavon Smith, Rolf Kruse, Morris Mosher, Richard Ruckdashel, Ronald Squier, Dick Bahnsen, Vaughn Schuster, and Lloyd Jansen. All of the junior high students appeared in some chorus, scene, dancing group or musical group. The first grade Rythm band, and chorus numbers from the second, third and fourth grade were featured between acts. The operetta is directed by Miss Wanda Watson, Miss Mildred Beatty and Clara Rill. PLAN SERVICES FOR HOLY WEEK MANLY--Special church ser« vices will be held in all Manly; churches during Holy week. Sacred Heart church will have 8:30 and 10:30 masses Palm Sunday, 7:30 p. m. services. Wednesday, mass at 7:30 a. m., Stations ot the Cross and Benediction 7:30 p. m. Thursday, mass 7:30 a. m. All I day adoration with Holy Hour 7:30 I p. m. Friday, mass of the pre- sanctified and Tre Ore 12 to 3 p. m., way of the cross 7:30 p. m. Saturday, Blessing of the Fire Paschal Candle and Easter Water mass at 6:30 a. m. The Rev. C. A. Ferring is pastor, English Lutheran church will have a class of 20 confirmed at the 10:30 a. m. services Palm Sunday. The Rev. M. L. Bieswanger is pastor. Bethel Evangelical church services will start at 9:45 a. m. \vittl church services at 10:45 a. m..Eve- ning worship at 7:45. Services at 7:45 each evening with Communion service on Thursday evening. The Rev. H. M. Raecker is pastor. Services at St. Paul's Evangelical church will be at 11 a. m, The Rev. Paul AVuebben is pastor. Concert Planned,at Osage Church Sunday OSAGE--The combined junior- and senior choirs of the Osage Lutheran church will present a concert at the church Sunday evening at 7:30 o'clock. HER SARONG AND DOROTHY LAMOUR THROWS AWAY dresses as a southern belle of the old showboat days on the Mississippi and is featured in "St. Louis Blues" at the Cecil through Tuesday. RONALD anil Ha Rhodes are fei Palace through Tuesday with "Yes, I\Iy (DUTCH) REAGAN. IOWA'S OWN MOVIE STAR, atured in "Secret Service of the Air" at the Fenton P. T.A.Will Convene on Tuesday FENTON -- The Parent-Teachers' association will meet in the high school auditorium Tuesday evening. A musical program will ge given. Officers nominated at the March meeting will be elected for the ensuing year at this meeting. FREDDIE BARTHOLOMEW is co-starred with Jackie Cooper in "Spirit of Culver" coming to the Cecil next Wednesday and Thursday. A SCENE FROM "YES, MY DARLING DAUGHTER." PRIS- ciJa Lane, May Kofason and Roland Young and Jeffrey Lynn (not pictured) liave the leading- roles. This picture is at the Palace with "Secret Service of the Air." B O R I S K A R L O F F I S starred in bodi the features at the State Sunday through Tuesday. You see him as the villain in "The Black Room," and "Behind the Mask." B O R I S K A R L O F F is starred in "Mystery if iUr. AVong" at the Strand Sunday thruush Tuesday with "The Arkansas Traveler." Karloff is also at the Strand, starred in "Mystery of Mr. Wong." Sunday through Tuesday. Also on the Slrand program is Bob Burns, in '-The Arkansas Traveler," which features Fay Bainter, John Beal, Irvin S. Cobb, Jean Parker and Lyle Talbot. Edgar Bergen and Charlie McCarthy feud with W. C. Fields in "You Can't Cheat an Honest Man." booked at the Lake theater at Clear Lake Sunday and Monday. Bergen's other wooden wit, Mortimer, is also in the comedy, as are Constance Moore, Mary Forbes, Thurston Hall, Princess Baba, John Arledge and Eddie Anderson. "Youth Takes a Fling," with Joel McCrea and Andrea Leeds, is the second picture on the program. United Presbyterian Church Dinner Held; 175 at Annual Event GARNER--Over 175 members of the local United Presbyterian church met for their annual free dinner and business .meeting \Vednesday. Orville Johnston presided and Mrs. Howard Rufca was secretary. They were both reelected as were Russell Keith for treasurer and Dr. E. H. Phillips for chief usher, Mrs. Stuart Lee for chorister, Mrs. Clint' Daniels, pianist, Mr. Daniels, trustee; John Lyman, superintendent o£ Bible school, and Miss Matie Pollock, superintendent of missions' and Mrs. j 200ATJOICJ DECLAMATORY Contest Is .Held in School Gymnasium for Grade Students JOICE -- Approximately 200 persons attended the final declamatory contest held Thursday evening at the school gymnasium for the Joice grades. Placements were Division one, composed of 1.2 and 3 grades; Bonnie Jean Aasland, first; Loraine Holstad. second and Darrcll Evans, third; division I' PLAN MOSIGALE Girls' Glee Club, Sextet and Other Talent Participate RIDGEWAY--A- musicals will be presented by the girls' glee club and the girls' sextet and local talent ;it the high school auditorium on Tuesday evening. The money taken in will be used to , defray the expense of sending the glee club and the sextet to the district contest at Charles City. Besides the girls' glee club and the girls' sextet, those taking part in the musicale are Anita Johnson, Robert Hopperstad, Russell Bakken, Clifford Bakken. Betty Rue, Clara Gilbertson, Norma Quill, Junice Thompson; Irm; Bu!2. Mrs. Orlando Sime, Irene Hove and Harold Norman. Program will consist ot selections by the glee club, girls' sextet, piano solos, vocal solos, violin soios, piano duets and vibraphone solos. Members of Ihe girls' glee club and sextet are: Girls' glee club: Betty Jean Rue, follows: | Pearl Rue, Arlene Flaskrud, Pearl Special Services at Kanawha Scheduled KANAWHA -- Special Holy Week services will be held each evening next week at the Methodist church beginning Sunday with the exception of Saturday. Mrs. Elston Un'seld Services Planned Sunday Afternoon NORA SPRINGS--Funeral services for Mrs. Elston Unseld will be held'Sunday afternoon at the Church of Christ here, Stanley Haynes will have charge of services and burial will be in Park cemetery. Mrs. Unseld, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Scheftel, died at a hospital in Paris, III, Thursday forenoon following an illness. Mr. and Mrs. Unseld had moved from Norn Springs to Paris last June. Mixed Dance AVALON Ballroom Manly, Iowa Saturday, April 1 HAROLD LIBERSKY And His Orchestra Admission 25c, Plus Tax Comine ·Thursday, April 6 KELLY BROTHERS SATURDAY "PECK'S BAD BOY WITH THE CIRCUS" --plus-Gene Autry Western Also Chapter One "Loiie Ranger Rides Again" SUNDAY - MONDAY 2 ACE HITS! UAi. «er. --Plus--. "Youth Takes a Fling" --with-JOEL ANDREA McCREA LEEDS' Continuous Sunday 1 to 11 .wo, Flaskerud, Julianne Josendahl, Ellen Betis, Huth Gesell, Grace Knutson, Clara Gilbertson, Junice Thompson, Lois Hovden, Alice 4. 5 and ti grades; David Scheie, | Butz, Joyce Hovden. Lorraine De- first, Lavonne Evenson. second, I vorak, Lois 'Kirschman. Geneva and Sidney Harolctson, third. , Thompson and Norma Quill. The seventh and eighth grades j Girls' sextet: Betty Jean Rue, were divided in two groups. In Arlene Flaskerud, Ruth Gesell, dramatic Louise Larson took first j Clara Gilbertson, Junice Thomp- and Lovenea Lien, second. In humorous. Vemoll Medlang placed first, Mavis Rowe, second and Vernon Hagen, third. A two part cantata ''Childhood of Hiawatha" by the intermediate grades was presented. Mavis Gordon was the accompanist. Miss Kathryn Tvveeten directed. The primary grades sang a group of Mother Goose rhymes, also directed by Miss Twcetcn. son and Norma Quill. Fenton Ladies Aid to Meet ^ FENTOiSr--The Ladies' Aid of the St. John's Lutheran church will meet Wednesday afternoon in the church basement. Mrs. Ralph Riedel and Mrs. John Ruhnke are hostesses. Easter Breakfast Planned by League in Thompson Hall 1 THOMPSON--The members of j the Epworth League will serve an ! Easter breakfast at the city hall, j on Easier morning at 7 o'clock, i and will incluie all of the Methodist young people. Robert Al- vcy is president; Dean Shay, second vice president; Marjorie Ann Isaacs, fourth vice president: and Betty Waite, secretary and treasurer. ENTERTAINS CIRCLE MANLY--Mrs. Lee Mensch en- LEASES SERVICE STATION LUVERNE--J. L. Eustace, Clear Lake, has leased the Standard Service station, which was oper- Cii-cle ated by Glenn Galloway, unt'J his .).._ _i. | ir^t.h.J.vvn_w,pp.Vs_a.?.o * _ Smash Hits llcl Til 3:00 SUN. MON. TUES. SfttfS^* V/E 0*U V* « O** YOU -- EXTRA! 3 STOOGES "Playinjr the Ponies" MAC** 0 ?'- ' - -^'%ilfc» CECIL Sun. JIal. XJnlll 3 P. M. Late Show Tonite 10 p. m. NOW SHOWING THROUGH TUESDAY Come on, ride dawn the Usshsippl aboard * leal = r~boal! St. Louis Jllue f . , ma^lr mc)od . . . The land where strlnr wa born! m ·*-«r X lv' v\ --plus-MICKEY MOUSE CARTOON Newly Remodeled and BedecormieA! Bif Here, To! N E W I San. M»t. zee Until 3P.M. Now Thru Tues. Must Go-See The Picture! Yes, and Most T a l k e d - o f Show This Year! 4 ·« ·~F^T trf lon-z's Own "HUTCH" -EAGAJ; - In "SECRET SERVICE OF THE AIR- Coraltit S»l., April 1 James Carney - in "Oklahoma. Kid" WAND ^EOUR FAMILY THEATER lOc -- 16c -- 3Ie BIG SHOWS AT LITTLE MOXEV SEE THEM HERE -- Ends Satnrdiy Nlfht --· Jack Randall "Trigger Smith" "Time Out for Murder" Mickey Mouse Cartoon "Lone Ranker Bides Ariln* 3 BIG DAYS--SUN., MON., TUES. ....A heartwarming story of small-town folks' Radio-News LATE SHOW SATURDAY NITE STARTING AT 10 P. M. 1. "Torchy Gets Her Man" Chapter 3--"Flash Gordon's 2. "Phantom Gold" Trip to Mars" \ BOB BURNS with FAY EAINTER JOHN BEAL JEAN PARKER LYLE TALBOTf PLUS--FEATURE NO. 2-BORIS (Frankenstein) KARLOFF in "MYSTERY OF MR. WONG" Sunday Mat. 16« Until 3 p.m. COM. THURS., APRIL 27fh, ON STAGE OF CECIL THEATE Bell's . Oriciinq I .."HAWAIIAN FOLLIES" I

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