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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - March 7, 1933, Mason City, Iowa                                POUF MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE HELEN HENDHICKS News Editor Residence Phone 426 v in mil mil mff i iifff NINE STUDENTS I ENTER CONTEST Misses Phillippe Watts and H Charlesworth Speak Here CLEAH LAKE March dents from Forest City Belmond u and Clear Lake will be entered In i the triangular declamatory contest i which will be held at the high school Wednesday night Music preceding and at the conclusion of the pro gram will be given by the high school orchestra Entries in the oraeorical group are Harold Charlesworth who speaks Ropes Gretchen Eaton of Forest City who gives Finger of i God and Augustin Rocha Bel M mond who will give International c Understanding To Give Madame Butterfly The dramatic section includes Ellen Christensen Forest City who J will give Madame Butterfly Marjory Moor Belmond who will speak Mickeys Marker and CIo tilde Phillippe who will give Ca rj mille f Kathleen Watts is entered In the ft humorous division at the home con teat with Scuse Me Please in stead of Omar Colgan who has moved outoftown Others in the humorous division are Dorothy I Hake Belmond who speaks Good bye Sister and Susan Staats Forest City who will give The Rehearsal Others to Speak Six other students will speak the same night at contests at Forest OFFICE PHONE No 239 LEE DEWIGGINS Circulation and Advertising Residence Phone 306 Lake Business Boosted by Use of Corn Money A TV r w Clear Lake Calendar D O club luncheon with Mrs T L Sears I O O F Dancing club meets at I 0 O F hall Congregational Ladies Aid meets at church M E Ladies Aid business meet ing at Mrs F W Triplet home Lions club meets at Lions safe Triangular declamatory contest at high school S oclock American Legion meets at club rooms club meets at I O O F hall at noon Sorosls club meets with Mrs Joe Palmer Royal Neighbors meet at I o O F hall Farm Bureau meets at Grant No 7 at Clear Lake Country club Dexters PennsyJ vanians playing CLEAR LAKE BRIEFS City and Belmond Dorothy Bernard Floy and Marguerite John son will go to Forest City and Vir ginia Yelland Margaret Wurtzer and Evelyn Mitchell will gcto Bel mond Miss Damarise Kitch Charles City will be the judge at the home contest White Bird Flying to Be Reviewed to Congregational Aid CLEAR LAKE March Congregational Ladies Aid society will hear a book review of White Bud Flying by The Bees Aldnch given ty Mrs Ed Jfc C HtEcF noon regular monthly meet A reading will be given by Mar garet Wurtzer and Mrs R A Mon aghan will sing a group of Irish songs n Tea will be served at the close of the program and the regular monthly supper will he postponed Kalph Hayden Des Molnes was i a business visitor in Clear Lake Monday Mr and Mrs Leslie Booth have moved Into the G H Grant house In Beaver addition Mr and Mrs Max Whitney and son Jack returned to their home at Quincy 111 after visiting several days with their parents Mr and Mrs F L Colgan and Mr and Mrs A H Whitney Omar Colgan ac companied them to Quincy where he will complete the school year Mrs J H Bailey South Second street is spending several days with relatives at Waterloo and Oelwein Miss Marlys Erdahl Rake was a guest Monday of Miss Alice Koene rnac The Rov S M Stenby left Mon day for Centerville s Dak where he was called to conduc services for an old friend Mrs Anna Phillips has been con fined to her home on South Fourth street the past few days with ill ness Miss Peggy Koeneman is spend ing several days this week at Des Molnes withfriends JC mad business trip to Spencer Tuesday J A Johnson East Main street was calted home from Sioux City Sunday night by the death of his Projects of R F C Loan Are Heard by Com merce Club CLEAR LAKE March bers of the Clear Lake Commercial club declared that an increased amount of business had been shown since the circulation of corn money in town A medium of exchange such as this already in circulatiop was considered a boon to the local merchants who have been able to carry on their usual business with the corn scrip in spite of the bank ing conditions A number of Mason City whole sale houses have made It possible for grocers to get new supplies E R Boyle andF P Walker pointed out the object of the corn exchange and how It is helping Currency may now be changed into smaller or larger denominations at the corn exchange at the Ward Fur niture store A committee Including I M Cal lanan T E Sondrol William Alter Lyle Stunkard and F C DeBruyn IOWA HIGHWAY PATROL URGED Bill in State Senate Calls for 200 Officers Will Cost DES MOINES March 7 Creation of an Iowa highway patrol of 200 men would heauthorized by a bill introduced in the state senate Monday by Senator Paul W Schmidt of Iowa City Ths patrol would supervise state highawys grant licenses and col lect feea regulate touriat camps operate a radio system and conduct a highway traffic survey The sec retary of state and the state board of railroad commissioners now hold some of these powers For establishing the patrol sys tem expenditure of would be authorized Headquarters at Ames Headquarters would be erected on Iowa State college property at Ames at a cost not to exceed 5100000 Twelve district patrol offices would be erected at a cost of 590000 At the head of the system would be three commissioners appointed by the governor from the state highway commission the highway commission chief engineer as ad viaor and the governor chairman exofflclo Terms would be for two years the first commissioners to assume office Jan 1 1934 100 First Year Not more than 100 patrolmen At Mason City THEATERS The thrill picture of 1940 boys and girls of today growing up into a new age of unknown thrills and their story la told in Men Must Fight which shows for the last times Tuesday at the Cecil The film pictures a bombardment of New York City in 1B40 shows television telephones and n many other spectacular and interesting wks appointed To conduct specfal the onlv additlona 100 wouI5 Sacks or riour in Fenton Farm Elevator Are 1 aken by Thieves m I aAvct LO oe contingent to J tmu many memI J cTrcuTatine P authority Two captains and crew wc kept FENTON March 7Thieves ueuteilant quartermaster k the amazing their way into the flour and rtermaster denouement until the last momenf at the Farmers elevator scenes A glittering star spangled extrav aganza of drama mirth song and dazzling beauty comes to the Pal ace theater big mu sical comedy sensation Forty Sec ond Street It is said that this pro duction contains the mos t lavish ideas ever conceived by the master minds of Hollywood There are 14 big stars ha the picture with Warner Baxter and Bebe Daniels heading the cast 50 featured performers in all The chorus of beautiful girls number 200 Morton Downey says Its the best show Ive ever seen t c An entire city showing Its growth through three different periods in history was built and rebuilt for scenes in the epic production The Conquerors film costarring Rich ard Dix and Ann Harding and open ing Tuesday at the Strand No picture out of Hollywood in a decade has been made with such secrecy as that which surrounds the filming of the new First National technicolor mystery melodrama Doctor X now at the Iowa the ater No visitor was allowed upon MARCH 7 1933 plans for another big stage and screen show to be presented Satur day and Sunday The five acts of vaudeville ave to be announced later in the week and it is thought that they will equal or surpass anything that has yet been offered The screen attraction for these two days From Hell to Heaven starring Carole Lombard Jack Oakie and David Manners There Is one Hollywood netor who 1 meeting with such public favor STONE LOOKS AHEAD fcj HUUU JMU W11U JOVU1 that he Is reaching stardom almost refer to Lee Tracy who will be at the Palace next week n his latest picture Private Jones This film presents Tracy as the cockiest most stubborn laziest and funniest soldier on the western front Although the picture has a war background it would hardlv be classified as a war picture Donald Cook and Gloria Stuart are co starred Will Rogers and a celebrated sup porting cast may be seen at the Strand Sunday In Busy to Work The story concerns the ad ventures of a philosophical and kind and his search for his The engagement is for daughter two days f Trailing the Killer the startlln and unusual picture booked for th Iowa Friday and Saturday has a its star Americas greatest killer the ferocious mountain lion The an imal is the largest ever captured 1 the United States Two Couples Observe 52nd Anniversary of Marriages at Garner GARNER March and Mrs Larry Byers and Mr and Mrs Herbert Wood celebrated their fif tysecond wedding anniversary yes terday although they were not able to observe the occasion as in former years because of the illness of Mrs Byera and Mr Wood A dinner was prepared at the Wood home and both couples shared it The Byers and Woods are among the first set tlers of Hancock county Jack Ward of Grand Rapids Mich has a dog who found his way home 30 miles distant in 12 hours night and stole circulating Coiinrilmnn r1 TT TxrDTin T i I viutirLerinasctir t weHs spoke to sergeant and one sergeant mechanlI bv fs would swell the force to 210 Whea sceDes were made Lee by the council which thJ Patrolmen would 1500 fWray ward to 52700 for lieuJ drove east past the lum icriV v tenants and S3000 for cantains A ft Beer Is n roaring PF entering the malt tee appointed bv the coSmif that tums nahighway turned south They were Svfnlof would deceive 600 commistional issue Beer is the theme of tracked as far as the E R Schlci Civil service examinations would comSnT but frora fhere on had i conductor in I Comedians Buster Keaton and I manv the road and waLUtWU north of the Milwaukee tracks Lake Bank to Open Wednesday to Make Change Take Deposits will be open Wednesday in accord be conducted Keaton 7nd too many cars on the To ad men pauoi Jimmy Durante star in the produc the tlre tracks had been obliterated I J tlOU WilPh nnorfw trr j J Wo filatisa i LAST DAY SEES FLOOD OF BILLS I Dean Introduces Measure to Levy Ton Mile Tax Upon Passenger Buses vi atm Ail iiu plUtlUC tion which opens at the Cecil Wed nesday Plan to see these master brewers of laughs in the first pic ture based on the fun and foibles of the return of beer other covered clews have been dis It Is tho year 1940 in Men Must Bight as Lewis Stone uses a televisiontelephone Stone who is a veteran of the screen Is now 54 years old Ho had some stage experience bo lore entering motion pictures years ago Mat Prices Extended to MATINEE 15c EVENING 23c Mrs Brenno Funeral Conducted at Ridgeway RIDGE WAY March 7Mrs Nels Brenno 81 died at her horn southwest of here Friday night e was born in Norway Mnrch 27 1 Funeral services were held to day at the Lincoln church with in erment at the adjoining cemetery Rev D C Jordahl officiating Mrs Brenno is survived by five chil dren Ida and Ole at home Mrs Orlano Aga and Johnny of Ridge way and Mrs Carl Sanderson o Schley and 10 grandchildren ance with the instructions received Tuesday from the United States secretary of the treasury Access to safety deposit boxes will be given to customers The DE MOmFc XTnrnh i rra rm I mu bank will be open as n clearinir MUlNib March 7 joy The attraction cent house for making change for busi y for the introduction in through Friday rVafn fm 1t t flivtrtllol Vlllln In 1 l Ttl Rogers Janet Gaynor Lew Ayres and Saly Eilers continue to entertain capacity crowds at the Palace in State Fair We say I without fear of contradiction that State Fair is one of the finest pro ductions ever has com edy romance suspense and thrills f Picture which ev joy Brief summary of al present diplomacy politics and economies Trying to dodge paying the fiddler TelegraphHerald New Way Ends Body Odor At Its Source j divWual bills in the house saw new deposits of only7 which I flood brmeasures almost delugethe Hereafter W rizona is of Famous chemists have discovered the effective answer for body Mrs Andrew Johnson Paul Anderson Feted at Birthday Party CLEAR LAKE March Andersen son of Mr and Mrs Peter itijj Anderson celebrated his eleventh birthday anniversary Monday after sii noon at his home on North Fifth i1 Sroup of nine boys from the sixth grade were entertained at ill dinner The boys worked on zig saw then wcre entertained at the theater Jiiv St Patricks decorations were P at the dlQner a i brthday cake being the center piece Guests were lvari Simmons Bucky Martin Jack Palmeter Gordon Coyier Bob Clausen Bob Ingersol Warren Jen sen and Raymocd Tumbleson mother Fertile Mrs Henry Thomns left this week for Charles City where she will visit at the home of her son Chris Thomas She has been living at the William Leitterman home Mae Neal IB taking a two weeks vacation from her duties at the Ash land grocery Mrs Andrew Johnson Emma Larson to Be Initiated in Lake Honor Society Unit CLEAR LAKE March per Fldelis chapter of the National Honor society will meet Wednesdav evening for oclock dinner at the home economics rooms of the CHAPMANS IS DOING BUSINESS AS USUAL CHECKS are being taken as payments on or on as always LIBERAL CREDIT TO CUSTOMERS BUY NOW NO NEED TO WAIT CHAPMANS IS OPEN READY TO SERVE YOU Rit I are committee measures unanimous consent Representative Augustine es Planned at at Rlnggold Monday introduced starring Strand starting j Rosco CLEAR LAKE March Andrew Johnson died at her home near Fertile Sunday night after a lingering illness She is the mother of J A Johnson East Main street Funeral services will be held Ved nesday afternoon at the Lutheran church at Fertile Boys and Girls Free Throw Contest Planned CLEAR LAKE March tree throw contest open for both uoys and girls of the high school began Monday afternoon About 53 boys were entered In the prelimin ary round Monday while there were 35 girls entered In the contest which began Tuesday afternoon Each student is given 25 throws and then the high 20 are selected in each tourney and are given 50 more chances Prizes given by Clear Lake merchants will be giv en to the winner in each division Coach Chris Johnston who Is sponsoring the tournament plans start spring football workouts In the near future All limberingup exercises for football will also serve for preliminaries of the training for track Musical Program Is Given for Club Guests CLEAR LAKE March brary Reading club members enter tained guests at the library club rooms Monday evening A musical program was presented by children of the members Mfss Dorothy Kenyon opened the program with a vocal solo accom panied by Dorothy Runcie This was followed by a cornet duet by Eliza beth Kennedy and Clayton Plttman and accompanied by Margaret Tumbleson Margaret Tumbleson gave a violin solo accompanied bv her sister Mary David Barber played a cornet solo accompanied by Mary Tumble son Eleanor Runcie sang a solo ac companied by her sister Dorothy The remainder of the evening was spent in games and contests Mrs Richard Senneff Mason City was the only outoftown guest Mrs Mary Bowman was hostess to the group Members of the enter tainment committee were Mrs Sam Kennedy Mrs I j Diggs Mrs John Bohning Mrs Arthur Johnson Mrs F w Triplett and Mrs H w Knutson supervision of three members of the state highway commission des ignated by the governor Other bills introduced Included By Dean providing a mill a ton mile tax on passenger busses or mail or light express vehicles op erating under certificates of public convenience By Crouch defining public funds to include all trust funds deposited with public officials Judgments Against 20 in Salary Grab Act Dropped by Judge Ladd DES MOINES March 7 JP Judgments against 20 of the 120 ft you havent played murder youve missed one of the most en tertaining games that is being sub stituted here and there for bridge these days The game is said to have originated In Hollywood and provides the unusual opening for the new murder thriller The Devil Plays playing at the Iowa theater Thursday only Jameson Thomas and Florence Britten head the cast of characters The Cecil management is making of tho fortythird general assembly got expenses received under the salary grab act have been released by Judge Loy Ladd William E Wlnneke relator In the suit for the judgments advised the court that the 20 members had returned to the state treasurer the expense money they had received before the judgments wera issued Feb 18 The judgments dropped were those against the following repre sentatives and senatorsW H Campbell E W Clark William Cochrane L H Doran J R Frail ey E O Helgason Lafe Hill Frank Holllngsworth Homer Hush A T Istad Lew McDonald C H Nelson Fred A Wilson George w Patterson z S Ratliff J F Rv lander Leroy Shields Brede Wam stad Otha D Wearin and S R Torgeson Legion Post Entertains Lake Auxiliary Members CLEAR LAKE March Stafford post of the American Le gion will entertain members of auxiliary at the clubrooms Wednes day evening Entertainment will be furnished by the men Ordinary soaps with their thick sluggish lathers are being rapidly replaced by this 100 pure vegetable oil soap mads by Americas Tartest soap makers Even in hard water itirk s Coco Castile breaks instantly into a searching lather that cleans deep into the pores actually stale perspiration beyond reach of ordinary soaps then rinses out in a flash Thus body odor is ended in the only effective removine Ihe came Kirks Coco Castile is dcliBhtful to use and stimulating to the skin Free from offensive if S medicine it ends body odor the odorless way A big bargain 60 per cent larger than ordinary toilet sonps it is sold everywhere ot tho lowest pnce in history Bo sure to ask for Klrka taotile by your grocers Mat Eve 10 15 IOWA WEDNESDAY t DOCTOR Lee Tracy Pay Wray LIONEL ATWILL A Great MysteryThriller in Perfect Technicolor Comedy Sports News IHILDRENS Matinee r j Oclock Sat LAST TIMES TUESDAY Thrilling Romance of 1940 MEN MUST FIGHT With All Star Cost PHILLIPS HOLMES DIANA WYNYARD MAY ROBSON Lewis Stone Robert Youno STARTING WEDNESDAY THIRSTY for laughs Then seo what 1J s t e r and f Schnozzlc have j brewed fur your slight 1 with ROSCOE ATES PHYLLIS BARRY JOHN SATURDAY and SUNDAY ACTS VAUDEVILLE and From Hell to Heaven ANNOUNCEMENT We will be pleased to extend credit during the Bank Holiday to any person or firm who may desire same Please call at our Plant at Third Street and Connecticut Ave E to make credit arrangements THE TEXAS COMPANY Texaco Home Guards to CLEAR LAKE March Guards will meet Wednesday after noon at 4 oclock at the Epworth league rooms of the M E church The roll call response will be Bible verses of naming of mission schools Each member is ashed to bring his mite box Honored With Shower WHEELERWOOD Miss Viola ruche entertained a group young people at a miscellaneous shower in Vcra Baumgartner j and Edward DK Graw NEED MONEY PINE WILL LOAN YOU On personal property or anything of value to who have steady employment LOANS DP TO C L Pine Loan Company OF MASON PITY DANCE MASON CITY ARMORY SATURDAY MARCH 11 Dancing Is just as popular as over and this dance Is only 25c and most everyone can afford to spend that much for a whole evenings fun rocreaop tlon and enjoyment TODAY Tirii CAPACITY CROWDS at All Performances Prove the Greatness of This The MIRACLE SHOW OF 1933 The Palace inaugurates a nciv deal In entcrtnimcnt with a glam orous pageant of rhythm drama th and beauty the lost word in musical comedy Starts Saturday   

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