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May 10, 1934

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 6

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·;3f SIX MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE MAY 10 · 1931 MAN AT RUDD POISONS SELF Peter J. Schweizer Said to Have Been Despondent Over Health. RUDD, May 10--Peter J. Schweizer 69, who lived a mile north and two miles east of Rudd, died yes- .erday of self administered poison, According to Coroner Charles Snyder who was called on the case. Despondence from ill health was ·jiven as the cause. Surviving are his wife and four children, Mrs. Emma Council and Mrs. P. V. Miller of Arnolds Park; William, who resides on a farm northeast of Rudd and Dr. R. F. Schw«feer, dentist in Rudd. There are eight grandchildren. No funeral arrangements have been made, awaiting word from relatives at a distance. His wish was that there should be no flowers at his funeral except one flower In the buttonhole of his coat. All of Geneva Seniors in Cast of Class Play GENEVA, May play, "The Yellow 10.--The class r^j, -,, Shadow." will be given the evening o£ May 20. The entire class is in the cast composed of Faith and Winola Wagner, Cecelia Ammon, Dorothea Diamond, Thelma Woodley, Dallas Kopacek, Charles Nielson, Frank Davenport, Jr, Armour Carlin and Robert Bear. CharlesCityNews Mrs. Nelson Funeral to Be Held Saturday CHARLES CITY, May 10.--Funeral servlices for Mrs. Margaret Nelson 60, will be held Saturday morning at the Catholic church with the Rev. W J. Convery officiating and burial will be in Calvary cemetery Mrs. Nelson died at the hospital at Independence yesterday afternoon. She was the mother of Mrs. Charles NIxt, South Jackson street. Lampe to Give Address at Charles City High CHARLES CITY, May 10.--M. Willard Lampe, director of the school of religious education at Iowa State university, has been chosen to deliver the commencement address for the high school seniors June 1. The Rev. Wesley Belling, pastor of the Central M. E. church, will give the class sermon May 27 The junior senior banquet will be "given Saturday evening at the country club. The class this year will wear caps and gowns for commencement. The Village Improvement associa- jon waa formed with Mrs. A. G. 3asc, sister of the late famed Julia Lathrop, as president. The first project carried out was getting the city council to lay ce- nent walks diagonally through Cen- xal park. The membership was open :o all women in the city and the fee was 50 cents a year. The next year ;rash baskets were put in the park, :he hitching posts on three sides of :he park removed, more lights were ?ut in the park and the courthouse was properly lighted. "An alley cleaning compaign" was started which included the care of several small triangular parks made by some streets not running according :o the points of the compass. Mrs. Melvin W. Ellis, president, and a board of directors carry on the work through chairmen of the various committees. A. single room with bath at The-Astor--at as low as $3 today--gives--leading hotel service; finest New York location; smarter hotel prestige; larger, airier rooms; luxurious furnishings; the leading hotel value. R A T E S With bath or shoictr One Pcrsou *3 up Two Persons *4 up Twin Beds *5 up Two Persons: Two rooms, one bath *5 up Three Persons: Two rooms, one bath 'O "P Four Persons: Two rooms, one bath *7 op Suites: Parlor, bedroom bath . *9 »P Only great Hotel entering right on TIMES SQUARE--the heart of NEW YORK Testimony Continues in Clouse-Ellis Suit CHARLES CITY, May 10.--A I jury was sworn yesterday in the 1 case of A. T. Clouse, Mason City, vs. Melvin W. Ellis and the testimony of the plaintiff was begun before Judge J. J. Clark. The case which has been pending two years was based on the claim of Mr. Clouse that he lost $3,025 on stock purchased from the Oliver Equipment company when Mr. Ellis was i -esident. In his petition Mr. Clouse stated be purchased stock on the strength of a financial statement by Mr. Ellis which was misleading. The testimony is being continued today. Group Makes Campaign on 31 st Anniversary CHARLES CITY, May 10.--The City Improvement association is making its canvass for memberships this year on the anniversary of its thirty-first birthday. On May 1, 1903, a public meeting was held in the armory following some agitation for care of public park by the St. Charles club members who had raised $62.40 by means of a "Garden Musical" the previous summer Flan Hospital Day. CHARLES CITY, May 10.--The board of directors of the Charles City Chamber of Commerce met for luncheon at the Garden cafe to plan for a meeting at the Hiidreth hotel Friday night which will be preceded by a dinner. A program of interest has been arranged in connection with the local hospital and national hospital day. CHARLES CITY BRIEFS CHARLES CITY, May 10.--The engagement of Miss Ruth Trask to John R. Kielty was made known at the regular meeting of the Ladies of the Tabernacle last evening Bridge was played and Miss Trask was presented a number of gifts. Circle number six of the First M E. church entertained at a guest day program yesterday afternoon A luncheon was s«rved after which a musical program was presented. The Chickasaw, Mitchell and Floyd counties W. C. T. U. which was to have been held here May 12 has been postponed. Small Daughter Burled. FREDERICKSBTJRG, May 10.-Funeral services for Betty Flanscha, 2, were held here at the home Tuesday afternoon with the Rev Walter Koch officiating. She is survived by her parents, Mr. and Mrs Edward Flanscha, and two sisters Awaits Word on Contracts. GARNER, May 10.--According to County Agent S. J. Oberhauser there will be no corn-hog contracts sent from Hancock county to Washington until word is received from headquarters in Des Moines. It is likely that no checks will be received until June. /""·^OME in and see it - the tire that licks the prob- V-4 lem of rapid tread-wear! "G-3" is its name -- just an engineer's symbol for the tread that stood up under the toughest punishment the Goodyear test fleet ever gave a tire. They pounded it over the roads day and night -starting, speeding, stopping --frazzling bra!s and wracking cars. And when the reports were in,.the "G-3" All-Weather was the winner! It kept its grip twice as long as competitive tires -gives 43% more non-skid mileage than any previous Goodyear All-Weather! What a tire! It's the only tire that can keep its non-skid mileage on quick-starting - fast-running quick-stopping modern cars. And that means more safety -- longer non-skid wear on any car. It costs more to build -- but you can buy it today at no extra cost! JOE DANIELS tmoothtraaeloftaiderriding-Titi. Yoa get the tlaw, even wear of closer-nested nan-Md blocks and ribs. Yoa get more rubber in the tread, an peerage oftaopoandt more per fire. --all of which addi up to 43% MORENON-SKID MKE- ACEat no extra CQMt to yoa! MASTER SERVICE STATION GOODYEAR WAREHOUSE Don't Cuss COO Cor. 1st St. S. W. Don't Cuss I ^ O C Cor. 2nd St. N. E and Del. DOC) and Wash. Are. Fone Us . . ItOU Ave.--S. of New Postoffice You'llSave20to40% by Buying Goodyear Reliance Tires Now 4.40-21 $2.98 4.50-21 $3.69 BIG SAVINGS on other types and sizes. Tire prices advance Monday. May 14, in order to comply with NRA MITZI BACK-MINUS NOBLEMAN Subdistrict League Rally Held in Thornton Church THORNTON, May 30.--Many from Clear Lake, Garner, Britt, Kleramc, Swaledale and Thornton attended the sub-district rally of the Epworth league at the Thornton M. E. church Monday evening and heard Marion Olson, county agent, speak on "Human Endeavoi and Progress." The Britt orchestra played three numbers. Margaret Brady of Garner gave a talk and a vocal trio from Klemme sang. A fellowship supper at 7 o'clock and a business meeting were a part or the program. Visit in Indiana. FLOYD--Mr. and Mrs, John Sibert and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sibert left for Indiana for a visit with the Sibert's father who is ill. Mltzi Mayfalr, the dancer, Is shown doing a nautical turn as she returned to New York after a theatrical engagement In London. Miss Mayfair admitted she had turned down the love of an English earl who kept her phone busy and almost smothered her with flowers--but she refused to divulge his name. (Associated Press Photo). At Mason City THEATERS you get in Goodyear's new Yoa get the broader nod con tact of a flatter, aider All Yoa get quicker-flopping the greater road grip of more non-skid block* in the center. Yoa get the easy tteeting and By R. J. P. EXCEPTIONAL POWER IN CASELLA'S DRAMA Alberto Casella's drama "Death Takes a Holiday," powerful and strangely fascinating, furnishes an excellent vehicle for Fredric March. Differing from the usual run of moving picture productions in that it does not require rapid fire change of scenes from one continent to another or camera tricks of an usually obvious character, this picture is handled with exceptional finesse. Another of its features is the novel idea upon which it is based--the idea of Death taking a holiday, declaring a moratorium on the accounts due it from life. This truly remarkable film completes its engagement Friday night at the Cecil. * t * Ginger Rogers further substantiates her claim to recognition as one of the most popular stars of the present with her characterization of the understanding and self-sae- rifieine chorus girl in "TJpperworld" Mary meri- opposite Warren William. Astor's performance is also torius. Jack Oakie, Spencer Tracy and Constance Cummings please in Looking for Trouble," a fast mov- ng, interesting story of wiretap- ing amply interspersed with omedy. This bill continues through Fn- lay at the Palace. J t * t · DOUBLE BILL FOR STRAND WEEK-END FEATURE "Ridin' -Gents," a Western storj starring Bud and Ben, and Rlcharc Dix's picture, "The Day of Reckon- ng," form the double feature which plays Friday and Saturday at tha Strand. * * * John Wayne, former Southern !alifornia football player, and Ce celia Parker head the cast o "Riders of Destiny" playing Friday and Saturday at the Iowa. Th change in billing occasioned b holding "It Happened One Night over two days through Thursdaj shifted the comedy romance "Con vention City" to a three day show ing starting Tuesday. * * * "Stand tTp anfl Cheer," begin nirig a four day engagement Satur day at the Cecil, brings together an excellent group of stars of bot stage and screen including Warne Baxter. Madge Evans, Sylvia Froo John Boles, James Dunn. Aunt J( mima, Shirley Temple, Ralph Moi ran, Arthur Byron. Nigel Bruc Steptn Fetchit and Mitchell an Durant. JOE BROWN SHOtTLD HIT AGAIN IN NEW FILM Joe E. Brown, comedy star, should click again in "A Very Honorable Guy," picturization of a Damon Runyan story about a gambler who never dealt off the bottom because he wasn't smart enough. This picture, on the same bill with "Crime Doctor" which stars Otto Kruger and Karen Morley. com-es to the Palace for four days starting- Saturday. * * * Featuring excellent photography of the beautiful Elsinore region near Los Ageles, "Elysia" is billed Sunday, Monday and Tuesday at the Strand theater on the same program with Constance Cummings in "The Charming Deceiver," the story of a poor but honest and beauteous maiden who gets mixed up in a set of fast traveling millionaires. ^lattenburg Will Give Garner Memorial Talk GARNER, May 10.--Dr. G. A. emis has obtained C. H. Platten- urg of Clear Lake to give the memorial address here. Dr. Bemis is member of the committee ap- ointed by Gifford Olson Post of arner on arrangements for the Memorial day program. The Legion uxiliary will meet Friday to name committee. All of the civic organ- zations will take part, the Garner and, and it is expected that the unior Drum and Bugle corps, or- anized by Dr. E. H. Phillips and r. R. F. DeSart of Mason City, ·ho is director, will make its first ublic appearance. A parade will orm at the grade school -building eaded by the only Civil war vet- ran, Edwin Haskin, 97, living in Bis vicinity and will include World ·ar veterans, Spanish American eterans, D. A. R., W. R. C., Legion uxiliary, the band schoolchildren and other organizations will march o Concord cemetery where the ad- ress will be given and other num- ers on the program carried out. 4-H Club Organized. GARNER, May 10.--Orthel town- hip organized a 4-H club Tuesday ight with 16 members. Luverne Anfinson was elected president and Francis Spangler, secretary. Marion joults of Algona for the next sev- ral weeks will assist in the organizing of 4-H clubs throughout Han- ,ock county. There are now 10. DANCE AVALON BALLROOM Sunset Inn, Manly COMING SAT., MAY 12th Al Menke and His Orchestra The band with a million friends TUESDAY, MAY 15th Benett Greten Ladies 26c Gents 41c CLEAR LAKE VERN WINTERS ORCHESTRA Thursday, May 10 LADIES Sue, Plus Tax GENTS 40c, Plus Tax Frenchy Graffalier Saturday, May 12 WMT LITTLE GERMAN BAND FOR THE GRAND OPENING MIXED DANCE MONDAY, MAY 14 Drinks, Chickens, Bar-B-O, Ribs and Sandwiches at the Surf every night, also free dancing to Mechanical Music rxcept on regular dance nights. Double Attraction FRIDAY AND SATURDAY "RIDJN' GENTS" with Bud and Ben and Starlight --and-Love of a woman put him In STARTS SUNDAY FOB 3 DAYS Double Feature Program JJn 1 * new klni1 ·* entertainment! A picture entirely new and sen- satlomtl! HUMAS BODIES SCNK1ST BACK TO HEALTH! "ELYSIA" Authentic! Miotoirrniihed In a California Health Colony Last 1'line Thurs. IOWA CLARK GABLE CLAUDETTE COLBERT It Happened One Night' FRIDAY and SATURDAY No, 2--Sidney Murray Comedy No. 3--Mickey McGulre Comedy No. 4---Travelog No. 5--News Events Mat. 16c; Eve. 21c; Children IOC Children L'nder w The Biggest Program in Town at Less Admission Two Superb Features The New Kings of Comedy Spencer TRACY Jack OAKIE in "LOOKING FOR TROUBLE" ITS A RIOT! Ben Hecht's Sensational Drama of Neglected Husbands "UPPER WORLD" with GINGER ROGERS WARREN WILLIAM MARY ASTOR FRIDAY NIGHT Amateur Contest ON THE STAGE With a Big List of Entrants from CLEAR LAKE NORA SPRINGS CLARION and MASON CITY Come and Support Your Favorite! CECI NOW SHOWING Ends Friday NO ONE CAN DIE WHILE HE LIVES AND LOVES! Fredric March in DEATH TAKES A HO U DAY Evelvn Venable - Kent Taylor Memorize the title-- £«fl4JflffffijBTQIf^' Remember the names! They'll stand for the best in screen entertainment! Special Added Attracllgn Silly Symphony "The Big Bad Wolf" Interurban Schedule Leave Mason City Leave Clear Lake 6:15 7:35 9:05 10:55 12:35 2:25 4:05 5:05 6:05 7:55 9:35 11:10 a. m. a. m. a. m. a. m. p. m. p. m. p. m. p. m. p. m. p. nt, p. m. p. m. Except. Sun. Except, Sun. 5:35 a. m. 7:00 a. m. 8:10 a. m. 10:05 a. m. 11:45 a. m. 1:35 p. m. 3:10 p. m. 5:05 p. m. 6:05 p. m. 7:05 p. m. 8:35 p. m. 10:35 p. m. Except. Sun. Except. Sun. Mason City and Clear Lake Railroad Company

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