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Mason City, Iowa
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11 Kanay^Ka Farm Bureau to Give Hutchin HUTCHINS,' April 7r--The regu lar meeting of tie prthel townshi Farm Bureau · win be held In th Hutchins schoolhouse Thursday eve ning. Members from Kanawha wi~ give a play. . . - . . · ' · · Country Club' Has Drive. .FOREST CTTY, April 't Th Forest City Country club is con ducting' a drive for membership for the coming season. Wray Hallet has been employed again this yea to act as caretaker of the grounds The pot luck suppers held by tn club every other week will start nex week.. Travel By Train It Costs Lea FARES TO MANY PLACES TrmTel hy tt»ln . "... It coita leu ... ind It'i much more comforttblc. Fwnty of room to itroll about . . . to rwd or to rest . . . plenty at room lor jour wrp»indlugir»go. Kmnd Trip Week -End Parw Tr»Y»l £n Comfortable Coachei Aasa_,MiB_. . . , Minaeapoll!), RUna. St. Pan], Minn. . . -t. Dodge . . . Nefc. . . 91.05 3.50 3.50 1.85 5-0 ° _ One Way Coach Pares Dally; : : : : ( low Reond Trip Fares Dally Ttcfcrts good In PuUmtni, b crtfi i extra ' '·' tan Angeles . . V Saa Diego . -. . I Su Francisco. , ) $127.84 ~ On yonr next trip conf or wllh y onr BMrBitGreitWeiteni Bjeru.Hecon ··ve you money no miner where you wut to go. _J.H.McWer«..Gen1 Agent ' ' C. G. W.SuUon.Meioa CJly. Is. Phone 185 . 4J8 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE North Iowa High Schools · · * * · * , * * .* * :*·, * £,-· ,,, Dean Rienow Will Give Address at Commencement Exercises Held at Ljyermore When 11 Students Receive Diplomas; °? a s e to Graduate Class of 54 and Dr - R ice of Detroit to (rive Address;.Commencement Plans Announced MEN'S DEAN TO TALK. LIVERMORE, April 7.--Rober E. Rienow, dean of men at th State University of Iowa, will giv the address at the Livermore com mencement exercises to be held May 19. The Rev. Howard Reyman, pas tor of the- Methodist church, · wil Jive the commencement sermon May 17, according to Supt: Lowel E. Cockrill 11. Students to be graduated are Maxine Howard, Axile Clark, Armella Gates, Evelyn Hewitt, Doris Wilson, V ir g i 1 S e g e r, D o n Watts, Gene Hen- ifan, Virgil Hansell, Anna Peffer and Veda Hoffman. Members of the high school faculty are: O. J. Cayou, principal; Isabel L e i t h, science and home economics; Ruth Swenson, English, Latin and music. T h e s c h o o l board members ire C. E. Jones, president; Mrs J C. Tuttie, Harry L. Tigrang and ^ohn E. Seger. Largo Class at Osace. OSAGE, April 7.--A large class of students will be graduated from Osage high school this spring. The commencement exercises will be leld May 29 and Dr. M. S. Rice, De- roit, Mich., will be the speaker. The commencement sermon will be given May 24. Students to be graduated, accord- S to Supt. .George H. Sawyer, are: Bernard Alchon, Clarence Coon- adt, .Grant Gerhart, Grant Gilbert Millard Hovelson, Merle Johnson, obert Kingsbury, Raymond Larson, iyron Lesch, Jerome Mackin 'Ray ayton, Burdette Raub, Edwin Seaon, William Seimpson, Lloyd Staff Charles Treloar. Maxine Anderson, Dorothy Beck ydia Bond, Joan Brush, Mary i Jk_E.. RIENOW Campbell, Doris Garrison, Kathleen Casey, Dulcie Chinn, Beth Cutler Erena Dettman, Winifred Duxury, Louise Gardner, Irene Gerbig: Myrtle Haberkorn, Evelyn Halverson, Jena Hill, Phyllis Hill, Maxine Hiner, Phyllis Kathsn, Dorothy Kleckner, Frances Kleespies, Rosalin Kurina, .Mary Larson and Vlda Larson. . .Beulah, Nelson, Irma Pacey, Clarice Paulson, Aliene Pierce, Eleanor Pokornik, Louella Starr, Helen Stearns, Dorothy ,3wann, Bern ice Wolf, Maxine Aridarson, Dorothy Beck, Myrtle Haberkorn, Ddrothy Kleckner, Bernice Wolf. The school board members are: James G. Casey, president; H. C. Hill, G. O. Lashbrobk, Cora H. Johnson and A. E. Brown. Teachers in the high school are: Herman Halvorson, supervisor manual arts; Bruce Lybarger, supervisor baud and orchestra; Alice Maxwell, supervisor music; M. Esther Row,, principal and mathematics; Ruth Dockerty, science and English;-Marie Broghammer, normal training; .Lucile DIckman, commercial; Anne Krapek, history, economics and sociology; Margaret Kelley, science and mathematics; Mary Stevenson, English and public speaking; Mildred Moore, home economics; 'M. T. Van Voorhis, coach manual training and history; Herbert Hovelson, science and mathematics; Lucile Hook, English, Bible and debating; Marjorie Nle- haus, Latin, French. CHARLES CITY NEWS Small Son Is Buried. CHARLSE CITY, April 7.--Funeral services for Robert Donald Killlan, age 17 months, were held yesterday afternoon at the home o lis mother, Mrs. Emily Kiliian, with rather Houlihan officiating and burial was made in Riverside cem- t.ery. The baby: died Sunday night oliowing a week's illness from men- ngitis. His father died before he vas born and after they moved here wo years ago. A N A L Y Z E T H E V A L U E OT«rance .. . .' its smarfc and distinctive new fro^end de_£-S f Capable aU -«mn* p e r f o r a n c e , e's wheel Experience :thl f-T^ill · '§ffi?.^ f g brakul e-«"*P"-*ble with that of the : |JV When- you have- defined your requirements on these noinw the EXAMINE OLDSMOBILE'S IMPORTANT NEW FEATURES IN · · · THE SVNC »° '845 Owen MVW BROTHERS, Northwood In E. O. GimfART. Chnrlcn Clly,' li TETER RATTEHATH, Ojopse, la. A. O. PETERSON, Brill, In HANSON SERVICE 8TA., Garnfr, la iv. THONE si I.. H. nWLSEIUJS, Mutrver. In. DRAKE BROS., Cryilnl tnlfe. In. A. T. HOUOO, ijiKe Mills, la. KQT.SOM GARAGE, Jfor» Spring, In ·vO- L D S M O ' B I L E MAN KILLS SELF IN CHARLES CITY Funeral RHes for Lawrence Friend, 30, Will Be 'Held Wednesday. CHARLES CITY. April 7.--Funeral services for Lawrence Friend. 30, will be held at the Grossman funeral home Wednesday afternoon with the Rev. C..G: Prottengeier officiating and burial in Riverside cemetery. Mr. Friend died in the Cedar Valley hospital from self-ln- lleted wounds received whan he used a shotgun Sunday evening. He went to the basement after taking i shell from the kitchen cupboard and soon his wife heard a shot as she went to call him to take her nothar to the doctor. When taken o the hospital In an ambulance he told the chief of police ha was worried as the reason for his act. Besides his widow and six months old daughter, his parents, four brothers and three sister? survive. They all live in Charles City. Mr. Friend had been employed at the' Hart- Parr factory but just bsfore his death he was a driver for the Farmer's Exchange. Charles City Rotarians Hear Talk by Thompson CHARLES CITY, April 7.--The Rev. Hector Thompson gave a short talk on poetry at the regular meeting of the Rotaty club Monday noon. The speaker who was introduced by Lyman Henry gave the background of poetry, how it cam to take form, its message an where to find it. J. H. Moore o Emmetsburg was a guest, Hitchcock Rites Are Held in Charles City CHARLES CITY, April 7.--Fu neral services were'held this'after- noon for William Henry Hitchcock 73, at; the First Methodist church with the Rev. E. T. Gough officiat- ng and burial was made in Riverside cemetery. Several members of Excelsior chapter of the Eastern tar attended the . services. Mr. litchcock died from cancer at his home, five miles northeast of Floyd. Charles City Marriage Is Held at Parsonage CHARLES CITY, April 7,-Mlss Martha Kiehm and Reinhard Wolff were married Easter morning at the Lutheran parsonage . by (the Rev C. G. Prottenegier. ' They' 1 ' were attended by Margaret Martens of this city and Hugo Wolff of Ionia. A re- "^lon W M held at .the .Herman Wolff residence for the wedding party arid relatives and friends. Mrs. Wolff is the daughter of Mr and Mrs. William Kiehm of Greene and Mr. Wolff is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Sibert Wolff of Ionia. He is employed in the freight depot of the C, M. and St. Paul railroad. ·----^^ / Bank Clearings Listed. CHARLES CITY, April 7.--The total bonk clearings furnished by the Charles City Clearing House for March were 52,535,626.16 as compared with $2,678,590.63 for the month of February. APRIL 7 CHAPLIN'S "FIND" W, R, C, OBSERVES GRAND ARMY DAY Program at Charles City I» Presented for Veterans . and Guests. CHARLES CITY, April 7.--There was an attendance of 62 at the party gives Monday evening by the W R. C. In observance of Grind Army ?£* f , number of veterans enjoyed the dinner with the W. R. C. mfem- bsra and thelf guests at 6:30 o'clock after which a program was announced by Mrs. William Stewart M Iton Sanders played two cornet solos and Blanche Kapka gave two readings followed by assembly singing of old patriotic songs CHARLES CITY BRIEFS County Contest Planned. CHARLES CITY, April 7.--The Floyd county spelling contest which was postponed on March 28 will be held at the courthouse Saturday afternoon, April 11, commencing at 2 o'clock. The winner will represent Floyd county at the state contest. Television by 1933, they say. Well, a fellow is safe for a couple of years yet.--American Lumberman. 'CHARLES CITY. April 7.--The Nolan Construction company of Minneapolis which has the pave- mant contract will move its equipment here and be ready to start work April 15. . James Curtis, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Curtis, has-been awarded a four year scholarship at Iowa State Teachers college, Cedar Falls, for Winning honors in debating. Th« Matinee Musicale club of Ma- *° n City will give the program at the meeting of the music department of the Women's club this afternoon in the Lutheran church. The E. R. club will meet this afternoon at the home of Mrs. Geori* Brockmeyer this afternoon Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Malmsten who spent the winter In Florida will re turn to Charles City the middle o April and Mr. Malmsten will rcsum his position as manager of the J C Penney store. Lon McDowell who took Mr. Malmsten's place will move hla family to Fort Dodge where he will manage a Penny The Community Girl's club enjoyed a bridge party at the "Oaks" last evening when- Mrs. Blanche Caldwell, Delia Paulson and Virgin- la Victor were hostesses. Mrs. J. L.^Schrader returned yes- erday from a week's stay in Cedar Rapids at the bedside of her father, B. s. Thompson, who had an on- ration. There are eight cases of smallpox: in the city and several cases of hickenpox. The Rev. T. J. Gahnon of Dubuque is a guet of the Rev. W J Convery of the Catholic church. Ed Nauman, employed by thft Daily'Press,-accompanied his father of Waterloo to Iowa City to receive medical treatment. Among Mason City visitors yesterday were Mra. A. L. Olds, Mrs. R. B. Olda, Mrs. W. E. Voreck, Mrs. M. G. Smith, Nina Smith Mrg George Blake and daughter, Barbara. It would appear that Charlie Chaplin's European trip, taken for a much-needed vacation, Is turning' Into a voyage of discovery, for hard upon-the heels of hta "find" of Patricia Detering, who, he says, has everything, comes another discovery. This time the melancholic panto- mlmlst is wonder-stricken by the beauty, charms and artistic ability of Florelle Constantlne (above), a Rumanian brunet, Chaplin has recommended'her to a well-known film company for a trial. erica. Sophisticated but not blase they took the capitols of Europe by storm. Their first names are Carla and Eleanor and they are twins. Their father was a colonel in the German army, ,and when they started to dance several years after^the war it was not thot proper that they should use their'own German surname in dancing before royalty and heads of governments of what had previously been enemy countries. Since then they have 5m Se ^° retatn ttl3 ver y enigmatic title. They are both 18, and are stunning in straight black bobs They have entertained the aristocracy of London, Paris, Berlin Bar- ' celona, Vienna, Madrid and other European cities. They have seen heir names blazoned over the martest revues such as Cafe de Paris, the Kit Kat Club, the Savoy he Carleton and the Bat Club, at Moulin Rouge hi Mlstlnguette's dazzling revue.-.- - . . , - At Mason City's THEATERS [ Would You? JF you had a beautiful little sister to whom you had always given the beat of everything, would you give her the man you loved? READ Love, Preferred By Edna Robb Webster Author of "Joretta" and "Dad'g Girl" Turn to Page 1 and Stfirt This New Serial Story "The Cohens and Kelly* In Africa," Unlversal's newest feature length comedy in which Charlie Murray and George Sioiey run rampant in scenes which abound in thrills as well as laughs, will open at the Cecil theater Wednesday. According to advance reports, "The Cohens and Kellys in Africa" exceeds anything before attempted by the inimitable quartet of funsters, Sidney and Murray and their respective screen wives, Vera Gordon and Kate Price. Acknowledged as exceedingly funny In the previous pictures of the "Cohens and Kellys" series In which they took trips to Atlantic City, P^irig and Scotland, their tour of Africa with amazing adventures is reported a superior attainment. The story deals -with the Cohen-Kelly expedition into the heart of the Dark Continent to hunt ivory to boost their needly business fortunes. The expedition is led' by a talkative but amateur explorer. Windjammer Thorn, who represents himself as one of the world's greatest authorities 011 Africa, Needless to say, Mrs. Cohen and Mrs. Kelly accompany their husbands and become many of the escapades to which the party falls heir. A one-man football team playing against the crew of an ocean liner was the strenuous Job of Douglas Fairbanks in scenes for his new United Artists picture, "Reaching For the Moon," directed by Edmund Goldlng, which is now playing thru Wednesday at the Palace theater. Doug goes on a rampage after a slight disappointment in his wooing of Bebe Daniels, leading lady. Seven stewards, aided by Edward Everett Horton and Claud Alllster, try to subdue him. Doug gives his own signals and crashes thru the line, bowling them over. The rough and tumble chase that ensues takes in three decks of the ship and is joined in by everyone including the stokers. Fairbanks, who'Is noted for his athletic ability, plunges, tackles and charges with savage delight. The star trained for the acrobatic escapade by dally workouts with Bull Montana, powerful wrestler. The mysterious "Slaters G" appear in one of the famous dance sequences of "Kiss Me Again" from Victor Herbert's -Mile. Modiste" which opened Tuesday al the Strand theater. They are sensational dancers from Continental Europe and their presence in this picture marks but their second appearance in Am- A number of the most hair-rais- ng- situations ever'shown on the talking screen, are included in "The Cat Creeps," the Universal mystery drama which is being presented at the Iowa theater Tuesday and Wednesday. The justice of this conten- I I Is Comlngl I I I STDANB Now! Ends Friday ,Her Wink Wins a Captain! 'Her Smile Wins a General! er Kisses Defeat the~ Le- X; gion! No wonder FIfl'a the most popular girl in all Paris . . . no wonder Strand patrons are anxiously waiting to see VICTOR HERBERT'S "KISS ME AGAIN" Starring BERNICE CLAIRE WALTER PIDGEON And These Famous Comedy Stars Edward- Everett Horton Claude Gilllngwater Frank McHugh Albert Gran All in Technicolor You've h e a r d it sung I You've heard it played! Now see it lived just as beautifully as Victor Herbert wrote it! Special Added Attractions Johnny Hines in "'Johnny's Week End" Act--"Sax Appeal" Pathe News Kids Always lOc 25c 35c Evenings 'Til 5:30 Continuous 1 Until 11 P. M. ALWAYS A GOOD SHOW AT THE STRAND tion may be realized when it la revealed that the picture is the screen adaptation of .the famous stage thriller, "The Cat and the Canary." The entire action takes place during* a veritable night of terror in a great mansion which has not been occupied for 20 years ana where a party of men and women have gathered for the reading of a will. A chain of terrifying events culminates in the mysterious murder of one of the party, and the .entire household is reduced to a state of fearful dread. Secret panels in the walls play an important part in bringing about a number of strange events. "The Cat Creeps" was directed by Rupert Julian, and its exceptional cast includes Helen Twelvetrees, Raymond Hackett, Neil Hamilton, Jean Hersholt, Montagu Love Theodore van Klt^. Lawrence Grant, Blanche Frederic! and Elizabeth Patterson. The original stage play, "The Cat and the Canary," was written bv John Willard. FIRST CHILD IS BORN LELAND--On Easter morning Mr. and.Mrs. Oscar Jordahi, who live near Leiand, became the parents of a 10 pound son. This is their first child. Grant Fort Dodge Chief. ' , FORT DODGE5, April 7. UF»-- ' ! Charles T. Grant has been named chief of police to succeed E. M. Flattery, who has been in charge of v the department since 1919. Grant formerly was acting police captain. D. J. Coughlon has been appointed city clerk, succeeding- C W. Wakeman. · ' GUESTS AT GREENE GREENE--Miss Monica Nettleton and' Miss Theresa Peyerelsen who are of the Waterloo library staff, are guests here for a few daya. KELLY'S HARP ORCHESTRA OF OSAGE Will Play for the AMERICAN LEGION OLDTIME DANCE Saturday Night, April 11 AT THE ARMORY Admission Always 25c Now ventilating system now In operation NOW AND WEDNESDAY THE THRILLING, CHILLING, SPOOKY MELODRAMA HEUHTVUVETOEU RAYMON6 HACKETT NCIL HAMILTON LRYAN TASK MAN JiAN HCRSHOLT Also Comedy, Review, Cartoon Wild Women and Wilder Laughs! Oi Oi Vot Lefts! Starts Wednesday Just Imagine! A junglcful of hilarity with the Conens and Kellys on the trail of wild animals and women! with GEORGE SIDNEY CHARLIE MURRAY Caught by Cannibals!-- Kidnaped by Shleks!-- Trapped In a Harem--You'll Scream! Last Times Tuesday Big Supporting Fun Features NORMA SHEARER NOW PLAYING The Fairbanks you have asked for -- a modern cavalier of big business battling for billions with the bulls and boars of the money mart! TUUh BEBE DANIELS A three minute tornado action, fun SATURDAY! CHARLIE CHAPLIN

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