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May 9, 1934

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 4

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FOUR MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE MAY 9 1934 to Butter-Nut Coffee because they liked its flavor SO MUCH .BETTER "^Coffee "Delicious Humorous Magazine Heads Named at Iowa IOWA CITY, May 9. UP)--John Pryor of Burlington and Mary Briley of Washington, Iowa, were named editor and business manager respectively, of "Frivol," University of Iowa humorous magazine by the board in control of student publications at the annual election last night. Dumont Youth Improving From Accident Injuries DUMONT, May 9 Casjan Wild- erbore, 18, is recovering at the Lutheran hospital at Hampton from injuries received at his parents' home two miles south and west of town. He was attempting to fix the belt from the engine to the washing-machine and in stepping- over the belt, his foot caught, throwing him to the ground. The right leg received a compound fracture above the ankle and the flesh was torn from there to the knee. The Wilderbore family moved to the Schlaatnp farm in March from near Aplington. A lifeboat recently made a voyage of 500 miles from. Cornwall, England, to its new station at Port Askaig, Scotland. i. The NRA, through the Retail Tire Code, effective Monday, May 14th, is requiring approximately 20 price increases on Ward's Rambler Tires. We would prefer to continue the low prices made possible by our economical method of selling tires. We regret that we cannot do so after the NRA order fixing these prices becomes effective next Monday. MONTGOMERY WARD Parochial School Exercises * * » * * * Charles City Immaculate Conception Exercises to Be Hold June 3/Father Veit Will Give Sermon at Whittemore; The Rev. Robert J. Quinn to Speak at Bancroft; Visitation at Stacyville Plans Exercises. CHARLES CITY, May 9--Gradu- Uon exercises of Immaculate Con- eption academy, Charles City, will e held June 3. The Very Rev. W. Convery will give the commencement sermon. Students to be graduated are: homas A. McAvoy, Raymond J. ynch, James J. Megivem, Florence A. Schaefer, Harold E. Lynch, Mary A. Colsch. Robert R. Adams, Dorothy F. ·Jack, Eleanor C. Nockles, Robert \.. Byrne, Maurice McCoy, Thelma V. Palmer, Florence A. Grube and onald Johnson. Planned for May 27. WHITTEMORE. May 9.--Com- lencement exercises for St. Michael's academy of Whittemore be held May 27. Father Veit rill give the commencement sermon. Members of the high school facul- y include Sister M. Regina, super- ntendent, Sister M. Davidica, Sister VI. .Fabian. The graduating class is composed f James Kelso, Francis Farrell, Urban Elbert, Marcella Cullen, Mar- ·uerite Fleming', Bernice Ludwig,* Lnnette Bertenlehner, R o s e : 1 a iesch, Marjorie Elbert, Thelma ·C a 11 a s,c h, Verena Kaschmitter Catherine Priester. Many in Class. BANCROFT, June 9.--.Commencement exercises of the Academy of St. John the Baptist, will be held lunday afternoon, June 3, at 3 o'clock. The Rev. Robert J. Quinn of Rockwell City will give the commencement sermon. The valedictorian of the class is Dorothy Nurre and the salutatorian, Urban Kramer. The Rev. J. H. Schultes is superintendent of the school. Members of the graduating ciass are Frank Mablon Baker, Lawrence ,eroy Becker, Alta Catherine loyne, Lawrence Joseph Deitering, Kenneth Daniel Devine, Velma ilary Dyer, Mary Maxine Guide. Eileen Rose Kohnke, Urban Joseph Kramer, Winifred Marion Lappe, George Richard Merron, Alice Juanita Meyers, Leona Mary Wilier, Dorothy Ann Nurre, Mary Helen Rahe. Bertha Josephine Schiltz, Elmer 'oseph Schneider, Betty Ann Sherdan, Loretta Mary Simmons, Laur- tta Mary Weber. Osage Pastor on Program. STACYVILLE, May 9.--Visitation cademy commencement exercises be held June 10. The Rev. Joeph P. Martin, pastor of Sacred ·leart church, Osage, will give the ermon to the graduates. The Rev. H. N. Manternach is superintendent. The faculty also in- Judes .Sister Mary Jeanne, princi- i'al, : Sister 7.Mary" Rosemary and Sister Mary Laurita. Diplomas will be given to Flor- ntine J. Brown, Elizabeth Diedrich, Anna Halbach, Wilbur Heimerman, tlary Hovel, Pauline Juenger, Mae 'aimer, Agnes Pitzen, Josephine 'uettman, Wilfred Schrandt, John LARGE BARN AT CURLEW BURNS Loss Is Placed at $10,000; Livestock Destroyed Also in Fire. EMMETSBURG, May 9.--A large arn, 60 by 118 feet, owned by Wilam Flesner, was dstroyed by fire t 5 o'clock this morning on the outhwest edge of Curlew, 12 miles outhwest of nere. The loss from the barn and livestock was estiraat- d at $10,000. Besides the barn, the oss included 25 pigs, 2 brood sows, registered bull, a tractor, farm machinery and other equipment, 'he bam aod stock were insured or $3,000. The Very Kev. W. 3. Convery died Monday at the home of his parents in Riverton township. Death was caused by pneumonia. 3 From Mason City on Charles City Program CHARLES CITY, May 9.-Three from Mason City were to furnish the program this afternoon in the Congregational church following a guest luncheon by the Congregational Church club. Mrs Rob Roy Cerney planned a trave talk in costume about Czecho Slovakia. She will be assisted by Mrs. Humphrey who will sing native songs accompanied by Mrs. L R. Woodward, harpist. CHARLES CITY BRIEFS Charles CityNews Floyd County Relief . Program Changes Are Considered by Board CHARLES CITY, May 9.--The board of supervisors was in session yesterday afternoon to discuss the necessary changes in the relief work of Floyd county. John A. Peters, social worker from Des Moines, met with the supervisors to go over the local situation. Under the new relief program no county will .be entitled to more than SSOO from state relief funds unless a social worker is employed. Mr. Peters may be retained by the supervisors if satisfactory terms can be made in regard to his salary. Another meeting will be held later to make final arrangements. At present Mrs. Lucie Top. : er has charge of the poor relief in the county. [Iza Niemack Presents · Concert at Fairfield CHARLES CITY, May 9.--Miss Ilza Niemack, concert violinist, accompanied by her mother, Mrs. Julius Niemack, and Mrs. Fred Blumenstiel are expected home today from Fairfield where Miss Niemack gave a violin recital yesterday morning following a May breakfast. She was the guest artist of the Women's club of Fairfield and also played later for the students of the high school. Mrs. j Niemack played the accompaniments for her daughter. Mrs. Blumenstiel visited her sister. Hazel Kellogg, who teaches art and penmanship in the schools there. Funeral for Thoma Is Held at Charles City I CHARLES CITY, May 9.--Fu-' neral services for Harold J. Thoma, 20, were to be held this afternoon at 3:30 at the Lutheran church with the Rev. C. G. Prottengeier officiating, followed by burial in Riverside cemetery. He committed suicide Monday afternoon on the farm of nig grandmother, Mrs. John Thoma, who lives five miles southwest of Floyd. Services for Richard Stanley Hamm, 11 months old son of Mr. and Mrs. Milo Haram. were to be held this afternoon at the Lindaman funeral home with the Rev. G. A..Hess officiating and with -burial in" Riverside cemetery. The baby i CHARLES CITY, May 9.--Mrs M. E. Murray is seriously ill at her home on B street. B. F. Atherton. sheriff, stated he was appointing 500 safety police in Floyd county as part of the safety week program. The city council has called a special election on June 11 for the purpose of voting on the renewal of the gas franchise by the Charles City Gas company. C. A. Fullerton of Cedar Falls will be the guest director of the Floyd County Music Festival to be held here tomorrow. The -lower grade pupils will perform in the high school auditorium at 10:30 a. m, under the direction of' Melva lenning. Lion field will be the'set ing for the afternoon events anc a second program'will be held in-thf ligh school auditorium in the eve ning. Miss Mary Whetstone, a teache n the public schools, whose mar iage to Russell Jung will tak )Iace as soon as school is out, wa. lonored with a prenuptial showe at the Otto Meyer home in Colwell Jarold Jung and Miss Ellen Land ren of Mason City were among th 50 guests. Andrew Miller was called to In dependence by the death of hi mother yesterday. Mrs. Guy Martin and Mrs. C. W McFarland entertained the Contrac Bridge club at dinner last evening at the home of Mrs. Martin. No one on the Byrd expeditio takes any baths, which may explai why so many small boys want t be explorers when they grow up.-Omaha World-Herald. At Mason City THEATERS RITES PLANNED FOR MRS, GEISER 'rominent Chickasaw Woman to Be Buried Thursday at New Hampton. NEW HAMPTON, May 9.--Mrs. M. E. Geiser, prominent woman in Chickasaw county who died Tuesday morning from meningitis after a three day illness, will be buried Thursday. Born in Omaha. Nebr., April 9, 1877, when two years old she came to New Hampton with her parents. On June 18, 1902, she was married to M. E. Geiser, New Hampton attorney. Mrs. Geiser was a prominent clubwoman. Due to her illness and death, the Loafers club postponed its meeting Monday, the opening dinner-dance at the Golf and Country club Thursday evening, and the Schubert club recital on Friday evening, have been called off. She was one of the leaders in the Iowa Federation of Women's clubs in Chickasaw county. Funeral services will be held at her home on South Locust street, here, Thursday afternoon at o'clock with the Rev. W. D. Spiker pastor of the Congregational church, officiating-. Surviving are her husband, one son, Karl F. Geiser, Council Bluffs, her mother, Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Rowe. St. Paul, Minn.; three sisters, Mrs. R. R. Bartosch, Park Rapids Minn., Miss Ina B. Rowe New York City and Miss Bess M. Rowe, St. Paul, Minn. By R. J. P. KENT TAYLOR OF NASHUA JtV TOP ROLE Kent Taylor who moved to Los Angeles from Nashua only a few years ago portrays his best role to date in "Death Takes a Holiday" as Evelyn Venable's husband-to-be. With Fredric March in the starring role, this picture, which began a three day engagement Wednesday at the Cecil, is a really great production and ranks with any of this year's releases. a, * * | Two good pictures compose the bill which plays through Friday at the Palace. While there is nothing startling in either of the plots, they are interesting and are portrayed by capable actors under efficient direction. "Looking for Trouble" stars Spencer Tracy and Jack Oakie with Constance Cummings in a story of telephone linemen and an ex-telephone lineman who directs his talent and knowledge to a wire tapping scheme. Ginger Rogers, Warren William and Mary Astor are the chief characters in "Upperwold," a three-cornered romance. Morley in a story which evolves a perfect crime. » * * "Elysla," authentic picture filmed in California's sunshine where many seek health and happiness, IB scheduled for a three day engagement starting Sunday at the Strand. On the same bill is Constance Cummings in "The Chanaing Deceiver." Make Plantings at Belmond. KANAWHA, May 9--W. J. Hcn- dersen, Agriculture Experimental Farm manager and his helpers were in Belmond where they planted experimental plots of hybrid corn. I EAT WHflT LIKEANPTAKEI EUtANSWHEN FOOD DISAGREES x Quicker Relief because it DISSOLVES in water, reaches stomach ready to act. Sure Relief since 1897 ind Trial is Proof. 2Sc. BELL-ANS FOR INDIGESTION GABLE-COLBERT FILM HELD OVER THURSDAY "It Happened One Night," the Fumeral for Hampton Boy, 9, Scarlet Fever Victim, Is Conducted HAMPTON,,May 9.--Ralph Jones, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph' Jones, died Tuesday noon at his home after a week's illness of scarlet fever. Outdoor funeral services were held this afternoon. The boy, who would have been 9 years old on his birthday in June, attended the Hampton school. . Besides his parents he is sun-wed by a sister, Helen Joan, bis grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jones, Hampton, and Mr. and Mrs. Petersen. Hollandale, Minn. The Jones family was released from quarantine after the illness of Helen Joan, and a few days after Ralph Jr., who had been staying with his grandparents, developed the disease which resulted in his death. No Delinquent Tax Bidders. NEW HAMPTON, May 9.--There were no bidders at the delinquent tax sale Monday. John W. Goebel, county treasurer, announced he would not hold another sale. Clark Gable-Claudette Colbert picture which has played to packed houses at the Iowa theater since last Thursday, will be held over through this Thursday instead of completing its run 6n Tuesday as previously announced. » # * Noah Beery and Cary Grant have the supporting roles opposite Mae West in "She Done Him Wrong" which is playing a return engagement through Thursday at the Strand. Beei-y's portrayal of the vice lord is a fine piece of acting and numerous citizens still seem to like Mae West. * * if A new deal in amusement is offered in "Stand Up and Cheer," a musical comedy with Warner Baxter and Madge Evans .in the leading roles supported by a stellar cast of musical comedy stars. Baxter is appointed Secretary of Amusement in the president's cabinet in this story, and Miss Evans is his chief assistant. After a great deal of trouble they get the U. S. A. to sing its blues away. Another Disney Silly Symphony, "The Big Bad Wolf," is also on this program. * V * TROUBLE IN STORE FOR BROWN IN NEW PICTURE Joe E. Brown has probably as much trouble in his new picture, "A Very Honorable Guy," as he has had in all his other films together. Alice White is the two-timing girl friend in the story. The second feature on the Palace four day bill which begins Saturday is "The Crime Doctor," starring Otto Kruger and Karen HELD OVER Thru. Wed and Thurs. CLARK GABLE ItHappenedOneNight' I CLAUDETTE I COLBERT NOW ON THE SEVENTH DAY AND STILL SHOWING TO CAPACITY CKOWDS IOWA Adults 21c Child. 10c Double Program Fri. - Sat. Bud and Ben in 'Ridin' Gents' and Richard Dix in ·Day o( Renkonius' JE. COMING SUNDAY Double Feature "ELYSIA" Authentic Health Picture --»nJ-- ' CONSTANCE CUJMINOS "THE CHAR.1IING DECEIVEB" Nowl MLACH CARNIVAL N1TE "" THURSDAY, MAY 10th HAWKEYE CLUB BALLOONS -- CONFETTI -- FUN FOR ALL Music by - pgftE Md Hawkeye Boys DANCE "BRING YOUR BEST GIRL" m*****^*** Mason City's Big Show at Low Admission SUPERB FEATURES Ben Hecht's Sensational Drama of Neglected Husbands! dJPPER WORLD' ORCHESTRA Thursday, May 10 LADIES 35c, Plus Tax 40c, Frenchy Graffalier Saturday, May 12 \YMT LITTLE GERMAN BAND FOR THE GRAND OPENING MIXED DANCE MONDAY, MAY 14 Drinks, Chickens, Bar-B-({ Ribs and Sandwiches at the Surf every night, also free dancing to Mechanical Music except on regular dance nights. Will GIXGER ROGERS 1 WARREX WIIXIAJI 3IARV ASTOB ^Cif* J*% w W ' CECIL MICHIGAN AVENUE Your Home When You Visit the WORLD'S FAIR. Every comfort - every fine hotel l u x u r y awaits you at the newly odernized Auditorium Hotel. m Unusuallyjsqood food at low rates. ARTHUR O.NSWWAN Manager UDITORIUM -Starts Today- ENDS FRIDAY No One Could Die While He Made Love! A mysterious lover, who wooed with more than mortal emotion! The world stood still while he look her in his arms. FREDRIC: JVIARCH "Death Takes a Holiday" with EVELYN VENABLE _ For fullest enjoyment sen it from the beginning. Feature Starts 1:2* - 3:23 - 5:34 7:39 - 9:14 KENT TAYLOR ADDED--MUSICAL 'ROASTBEEF and MOVIES" CARTOON - NEWS Warner Baxter - Madge Evans _ . in "STAND UP AND CHEER" Saturday and Silly Symphony. "The Big Bad Wolf* Starts

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