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May 11, 1934

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 8

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^·^^'^^·^·^'S^A'^'^^^'^^i'^^fo^'^Kf^i EIGHT MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE MAY 11 1934 MRS, LEHMAN OF i THOMPSON DIES Survived by Husband and 3 Sons; Was Prominent in Community Life. THOMPSON, May 11.--Mrs. C. F. Lehman, 73, resident of this community 32 years, died at 2 o'clock Friday morning at her home a mile west of town. She suffered from heart disease and had been in poor health for several years but. not seriously ill until Tuesday. Surviving are her husband and three sons, Fred and Marvin at home and H. R., at Winona, Minn. The family moved here from Fort Dodge in 1902, and;had been prominent in community activities. 'Funeral arrangements have not been completed but will probably be Mon- Where ThriftyFolks Shop! MERKEL'S ECONOMY BASEMENT 1,000 of the finest WASH FROCKS $1.19 and $1.59 n . White piques--80 square prints -summer sheers-\ and so m a n y i pretty styles you w o n ' t k no w where to stop. · All sizes from 14 to 52. Sports Dresses $3.49 New acetate dresses that are so cool, look so well and are easily .washed. In white and pastel shades. Sizes 14 to 44. Anklets 15c and 19c With cling-top cuffs and all the popular colors. Sizes 5 to .7% at 15c; sizes 8 to 10% at 19c. Boys'Suits, 39c Several styles; fast colors, knee length, sizes 3 to 6. Boys' Suits, 59c Long pant wash suits in white and colors, sizes 3 to 8. Lace Covers $1.79 and $1.98 Table covers that are very attractive and inexpensive. Size 54x72 at ?1.79; size 60x80 at S1.98. A splendid Mother's bay gift. - " ' Lunch Cloth, 69c Size 45x45 inches,with colored borders. ' Curtain Panels $1.29 Lace curtain panels, 50 inch. White Purses, 59c Made of white Keratol in several grains and trimmings. Saffian lined, all with mirrors in pockets. Just what you will want for your summer ensemble. Full Fashioned Hose, Pair 59c Chiffon and service weights. Come in and see what wonderful values these are. Slightly irregulars of a nationally known Hne. ' MERKEL'S ' ECONOMY BASEMENT CORWITH, May 10.--W. R. Ham- Ron of Mason City will speak on he subject, "Yesterday and Tomorrow," at the Corwith high school commencement exercises to be held at the high school auditorium May .6. The Rev. O. E. Schaal, Methodist pastor, will deliver the commencement sermon and speak on the topic, "Voyage of Life," Sunday evening, May 13, at the school auditorium. Those who will receive diplomas are: Gale "Allen, Lavoy Dawson, Francis Smith, Doris · Merriam. 'auline Brown, Russell Ross, Lawrence Schaal,' Lawrence Guernsey, Robrt Guernsey, Cecil Nail, Evan Wilhite, Elliot McKini, Wayne Chambers, Lee Williams.' Francis Smith is valedictorian and Doris Merriam is salutatorian. The high school faculty is com- osed of G. W. Beacom, superintend- snt, Miss Ingrid Fenger, Miss Gertrude Jackman and James Muto. Father Donnelly to Speak. 'ELMA, May 11.--Father Donnelly will give the commencement address June 3 for Elma parochial school. Members of the graduating class are Marion G. Cashman, John J. Friedhof, Alice A. Garrett, John P. Gardner, Nora Anela Kelly, Paul E. Kelly, Margaret Kurtenback. · Lorraine F. Kinney, Edmund L. Lentz, Leo E. McAvoy, Sophia R- Nathem, Anne R. O'Donnell, Melvin J. O'Donnell, Maybeth O'Toole, Peter Palmersheim, Evelyn Pospich- Commencement Exercises « « V * * ? . ' ' Hamilton of Mason City Will Speak at Exercises in Convith; Father Donnelly to Be Heard at Elma Parochial Graduation; Ackley Commencement to Be Held June 1; Huelster of Charles City on Program at Ionia. _, al, Levern Sullivan, Miriam Whelan, Muriel Whelan. 29 are ID Class. ACKLEY, May 11.--The senior class play, "Skidding" will be given n the high schol auditorium Friday Hay 18. This will begin the com: mencement events of the 1934 class. The commencement sermon will be given by the Rev. E. Seybold on Sunday May .27. at the high school auditorium. Diplomas will be given June 1. The class numbers 29. Graduates will be Arthur Aldinger, Marian Bode, Helen Engebretson, Mervin Groninga, Fern Heet- and, Lucita Kachelhoffer, Vernon Leach, Marcella Meints, Marvin Meyer, Wayne Nicklas, Ruth O'ster- land, Mary Schachterle, Ruth Sey- oold, TJ'UUaTM Van Heiden. TeEri Zactiarias, Robert Artes, Alice Duit, Faye Greenfield, Katheryn. Heetland, Fred Heinz, George Kramer, Lois Ludeman,. Allen Dale Meyer, AgnesMiske, Evelyn) Oppold, Raymond Scallon, Carl Schwinger, Raymond Shugar, William Winter. . Will Hear Huelster. IONIA, May 11.--The Rev. Edward W.. Huelster,' pastor of the First Congregational - church at Charles City, will give the address at commencement exercises of the Ionia high school Thursday evening May 31 ,i» the 'school auditorium. The commencement sermon Sunday May 27 will be given hi the Congregational church by the Rev. C. F. Halbert of Ionia. was engaged in farming for many years. The services will be held Saturday at the Congregational church, the Rev. C. E. Cushman officiating. Interment will be 'made hi Union cemetery. At Mason City THEATERS CHARLES CITY NEWS ALL TOWNS ARE IN MUSIC FEST C. A. FuIIerton Leads Large Group of Children in Massed Chorus. CHARLES CITY, May 11.---All of the town schools and nearly all of the rural schools were represented in the second annual Floyd County Music Festival held here yesterday afternoon and evening. The: program was planned to .begin on Lion :ield but owing to the dust storm the afternoon program was held in the manual arts building which was Eilled with students, faculty members and parents. The opening number was several selections by the Charles : City. High schoblrband directed by ta .Schula followed by singing in which', the audience and all pupils joined. C. A. FuIIerton of Cedar Falls directed the rural chorus composed.of children from the fourth to the -eighth gades inclusive. They had learned the songs from records played in the rural schools and used according to a method originated by Professor FuIIerton who is dean among the music educators of Iowa. The director-stopped'more than once to tell the children how.pleased he was they had learned to sing the songs beautifully. Many expressed surprise that a hastily massed chorus could sing with such unison and clarity. Combined Clubs Sing. The fifth and sixth grades of the town schools were added to the second group directed by Professor FuIIerton after which the combined high school glee clubs sang under the direction of Miss Carlotte Seyer- son, teacher in the Nora Springs schools. Supt. C. J. Bogard of-Mora Springs directed the combined high school boys' glee clubs and Miss Melva Henning, director of the vocal department in the Charles City high school, directed the combined mixed choruses. Professor FuIIerton then closed this program by directing all the choruses. The .accompanists were Genevieve Mosher, Melva Henning and Helen Taylor, ' 275 Rural Children. A- second program was carried out in the high school auditorium in the evening and Included: Selec tions, Floyd vocal sextet; cornet solo, Ruby Delia Smith of Floyd; vocal solo, Phillip Ell of Rudd; se- .ections, violin and guitar, Rudd; selections, Charlet City boys glee club; baritone, euphonium solo, James Stiehl of Charles City. Selections, Nora Springs girls' sestet; clarinet duet, Robert Gish and Rose Mary Henderson of Rockford; selections, Colwell sextet; se- ections, Marble Rock brass sextet; selections, 'Rockford mixed chorus; assembly of combined high school lands; concert, combined bands of county high schools. About 275 rural children took Dart in the festival which was spon- ored by the Floyd County Schoolmasters' club add Miss Fannie Jowell, county superintendent of chools. Many rural teachers and all of the superintendents and irincipals attended. Superintendent loberts of Floyd, .president of. the Schoolmasters' club and. Supt. P. C. japnam made the announcements: Take Mother Out to Dinner Show MOTHER that she's your best girl Sunday by inviting her to a wonderful dinner at the Grill. We're preparing tempting Menus-- variety of choice meats, fresh vegetables, delicious desserts. Complete dinner -- popular price. AFTER A SHOW OR DANCE . . . it's so enjoyable to stop for a little good food or r. drink . . . at ... 16 South Federal--Mason City Bjr H. J. P. FIVE NEW SONGS AND A NEW IDEA Five new songs and a refreshing though rather fantastic idea provide the background for a fine oast in "Stand Up and Cheer," which starts a four day engagement Saturday at the Cecil theater. "Our. Last Night. Together," ."Baby, .Take a Bow," "I'm 'Laughing," 'Broadway's Gone Hill Billy," "She's 'Way Up Thar" and "We're Out of the Red" are the musical numbers sung in various teaming arrangements by James Dunn, John Boles, Sylvia Froos, 4 year old Shirley' Temple, Nick Foran.'Aunt Jemima and Earl Datiaer's chorus. Warner.Baxter as secretary of amusement" ia the'-president's cabinet and Madge Evans as his ch*f helper top the cast. A special added feature with this picture will be the latest of Walt Disney's Silly Symphonies, "The Big Bad Wolf," a dramatization of the-story of Little Red Riding Hood with the now famous threa little pigs appended to .the dramatis oer- sonnae. This week's Liberty mcga- zine movie review.gave this more stars ia his rating than he does 90 per cent of the productions featur- ng real persons, and very probably ':his rating was deserved. * * * WHEN KAREN MORLEY VISITED IN OTTCMWA Karen Morley, starred as the wife of Otto Kruger and the lover of Asther in "The Crime Doc:or" which begins a four day run at the Palace theater on same jrill with Joe E. 'Brown in "A Very Honorable Guy," called Dttumwa her home during the ear y years of her life when she w known as Mildred Linton. The Deters Starts Duties as Overseer of Social Work CHARLES CITY, May 11.-John Peters of Des Moines, engaged as oversaer of the social worlc in Tloyd county, lias taken lip his du- ies in the office which has been located in the Lindaman building. The county does not have to pay any of he office expense as all checks for his purpose will be sent from federal relief quarters in De» Moines. D. C. Schultie has been engaged as resident engineer and is to supervise the county road work and all unfinished CWA projects. CHARLES CITY BRIEFS ·outheastern Iowa town launched a spasm of 24 hour a day entertain- ng for her during the Christmas eason in 1932 when, accompanied y Charles Vidor,. her husband, she risited relatives and friends there. It was the typical socialized welcome, accompanied by "You remem- ier mes" and "I knew you whens," jut she gracionsly acknowledged all introductions, cut-ins at dances not excepted, appearing unaffected and very much herself. * * * Bitter disputes over water rights have added many thrilling chapters ;o the history of the western part of our country and form a realistic jackground for the film "Riders of Destiny" which ends its run Saturday at the Iowa, John Wayne Li the star. . * . * * Bud luid Ben,' recently formed jowboy team, are featured in "Rid- n' Gents," which, with "The Day of Reckoning," starring Richard Dix ends a two day run Saturday at the Strand. The fourth chapter of ie sea serial completes this bill. * a * · LANNY BOSS IN "MELODY IN SPRING" Lanny Ross, radio star, follows Bing Crosby's.footsteps and gets off to a good start in.' "Melody in Spring" supported by Charles ftug- jle3 and . Mary Boland. Opposite toss is Ana Sothern, also a recent screen convert. She was formerly Harriet Lake, star of the legitimate state. This picture begins a three day run Wednesday at the Cecil. * * * Fay Wray, Paul Lukas and Patsy Kelly do very well in "The Coun- ;ess of .Monte Cristo," clever comedy in which the two girls, extras n a Hollywood studio, inadvertent- y become known, as the Countess of Monte Cristo and her maid. Wild this film on the next Palace double bill is .Barbara Stanwyck in 'Gambling Lady." * * * Adolphe Menjou and Joan Blondell head a fine cast in portraying :he comedy "Convention City" which begins a three day run Sunday at the Iowa. ; · ' * * * ' "Elysia," photographed in the beautiful Lake Elsinorc district in California, portrays a modern mode of living in health. This picture, a 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 Cool, Clean and Comfortable AT THE ARMORY "Duke" Sims and his Band A Favorite Dance Attraction SATURDAY, MAY 12 PASS OUT PRIVILEGES distinctly different film, indeed, begins a three day engagement Sunday at the Strand on the same pro- JOHN WAYNE \\M\W {ANDY RIDCRf 5 UNIT PROGRAM --FEATURE-Sidney and Murray Comedy Mickey McGuire Comedy TRAVELOG NEWS EVENTS ' gram with Coostance Cummings in 'The Charming Deceiver," another case of mistaken identity. OLD TIME DANCE DENISON CLUB On the North Eoad to Clear Lake SATURDAY, MAY 12 -- Music by -Lloyd Wills' Orchestra TAP AND BOTTLED BEER PUBLIC INVITED . . . ADMISSION 24o (person) and lo TAX DOUBLE PROGRAM FRIDAY and SATURDAY Mat. 16c Eve. 21c Children lOc YIP-EE! YIP-EE!! They were the two fastest riders In the West "RIDIN' GENTS" -- with-"BCD" and "BEN" and "STARLIGHT" He wan sent "up the river" lor » dame! RICHARD DIX -- In-"Day of Reckoning" Madge Evans - Stuart Envin Also Chapter 4 -- Richard- Tabnadge. "PIRATE TREASURE" "ELVSIA" . Shown at 1:00 - 3:17 0:34 - 7:31 10:08 DOUBLE FEATURE PROGRAM 3 DAYS-SUN., MON., TUBS. A Health Picture Endorsed. JBUMHBM Educators Everywhere! Feature No. 1 by Educators JUverywnere: ilYSIA Photographed In California's Health Resort "Elysia" ADULTS ONLY 26c Any Scat Any time Ta* Intl. Feature No. 2 SEE THIS PICTURE ON SATURDAY'S aDDNITE SHOW-Star of "Broadway Thru a Keyhole" Constance CUMMINGS "The Charming Deceiver" "in At 9:10 P,M. Friday CHARLES CITY, May 11.--Miss Hanorie Eyers who has been attending .3erea college, Berea, Ky., has arrived home to spend the summer with her mother, Mrs. Frances Kendall Byers, city librarian. The St. Charles club will close the year's program with a dinner Monday evening at Mrs. Anderson's tea room after which the members will attend a lecture by Mrs. Merton L. Fuller on "New American Gardens' 1 at the Congregational church. Mrs, Fuller wiU be a guest of Mrs. Melvin Ellis and comes to Charles City at .the request of the City Improvement association. Private funeral Services were held yesterday for the infant child of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Erion. The baby died when it was born in the Cedar Valley hospital. The city council agreed to pass an ordinance requested by the Szaak Walton league to prohibit fishing, boating and swimming between the Main street dam and the new dam between there and St. Mary's bridge. It is planned to uss. this lagoon for a fish nursery. iPALACE AM TUB C T A T 1 7 . OPPORTUNITY On 1 Hli 01 AuL: CONTEST Presenting An Unusual Array of Talent JOHNNY SEESINGER RAYMOND KING And His Accordion "The Singing Cowboy" of Clear Lake of Mason City FOUR TINY DANCERS Direction of Giovanna M. Pool i of Nora Springs TINY JENSEN DENNIS CROSS "Eccentric Song and Dance'' "The Boy With Educated Feet" of Clear Lake ' of Mason City THE THREE YODELING MOUNTAINEERS of Clarion ON THE SCREEN: Jack Oakie, Spencer Tracy in "LOOKING FOR TROUBLE" "UPPER WORLD," with Warren William, Ginger Rogers Come at 8 O'clock For Three Hours of Grand Entertainment 4»Days»4 STARTING Saturday Ends Friday! Fredric March --In-"Death Takes a Holiday" PREPARE TO MARVEL! Another Big SCOOP for the High School Seniors Are Invited to U.I.U. FAYETTE, May 11.--Between 600 and 700 seniors arc expected to attend the annual high school senior day at Upper- Iowa university, Monday. Invitations have been sent.to 25 northeastern Iowa high schools. Prof. Robert Foster, head of the chemistry department, is in charge of arrangements. Charles Schreck Dies at Iowa Falls; Rites to Be Held Saturday IOWA FALLS, May 11.--Charles Schreck died at his home here Thursday morning, following a .serious illness of several weeks. Death was due to abdominal trouble. Mr. Schreck had been a resident of this city and vicinity the past 36 years. He was born in Zanesville, Ohio, and was 69 years old. He is survived by his widow and three children. He Mason City's Bargain Theater 2 SUPERB FEATURES STARTS SATURDAY When a master detectivo turns criminal, l o n g can he evade the Ends Friday Spencer Tracy Jack Oakie ·LOOKING FOR TROUBLE' "UPFER WORLD" Warrne William Ginger Rogers The entertainment t a l e n t o f t h e n a t i o n ..parades; in the b r e a t h - t a k i n g w o n d e r , ** · i ^ skow of the age Join in the laughter-REVEL in the fun! Treat yourself to one of the SWELLEST ENTERTAINMENTS EVER to play this city! 1,000 players and performers . . · Vocal chorus of 500 . . . 1,203 wild animals . . · 5 great bands of music . . · 4,891 costumes . , . 335 scenes . . . 5 0 0 dazzling beauties . . . 6 song hits . . . 5 breathtaking spectacles. WARNER BAXTER MADGE EVANS · SYLVIA FROOS 'JOHN BOLES -JAMES DUNN "AUNT JEMIMA-SHIRLEYTEMPLE ARTHUR BYRON · RALPH MORGAN NICKFORAN · NIGEL BRUCE MITCHELL DURANT and STEPIN F ETCHIT Song Hits! "We're Out of the Ked" "I'm Laughln'" "This Is Our Last Night Tojfether" .SPECIAL ADDED ATTRACTION!. Song Hits! "Baby, Take a Bow" "Broadway's Gone Hill-Billy" "She's Way Up Thar" (I'm Way Down Yar)

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