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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - May 24, 1933, Mason City, Iowa FOUR MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE At Mason City THEATERS Gabriel Over the White House now showing at the Cecil theater is a picture that will interest every drama as startling as a declaration of war Some re viewers believe It to be the most electrifying picture ever made The cast includes Walter Huston Karen Morley and Franchot Tone The film Will be at the Cecil through Friday Sailor Be Good which opened at the Palace Tuesday introduced Last Time Wednesday JACK OAKIE SAILOlTBE GOOD Starts THURSDAY to an enthusiastic audience a com edy abounding in a wealth of orig inal hilarity with touches of rb mantle drama The picture stars jack Oakle and Vivlenne Osborne and closes Wednesday No Man of Her Own the dra matic story of a gambler and his woman stars Clark Gable Carole Lombard and Dorothy Mackaitl and Is to be shown at the Strand Wed nesday and Thursday The story deals with the career of a bigtime gamier who operates among Wall street millionaires and on trans Atlantic liners Bob Steeles new western Young Blood shows at the Iowa theater Wednesday only Bob plays the role of a bandit chieftain who tries to go straight and a mighty interest ing story is developed The feminine lead is taken by Neoma Judge pretty Minneapolis society glrJ The world famous play PegO My Heart in ita screen version is the attraction at the Cecil theater starting Saturday Marion Davies plays the role of the little Irish girl who falls heir to an ancestral ea LUe Itself Wrote the Story Lonely in the mc of Millions James Dunn ZASU PITTS BOOTS MALLORY In HELLO SISTER A PALACE HIT At LAST TIME WEDNESDAY BOB STEELE YOUNG BLOOD Added for Laurel and Hardy Comedy NOVELTIES and NEWS THURSDAY ONLY JOHN GILBERT Down Stairs PAUL LUKAS VIRGINIA BKUCE HEDDA HOPPER tate and falls in love with the lawyer who arranges for her en trance into society Onslow Stevens plays opposite Miss Davies Hello Sister IB a human Bin cere story of a boy and girl from Main street lonely in the big city amidst to quit until they found new courage in love James Dunn 2asu Pitts and Boots Mallory are featured in this produc tion playing at the Palace theater Thursday and Friday Sunset Pass the Zane Grey story featuring Randolph Scott and Francis Dee plays at the Strand Friday and Is a color ful story of the west John Gilbert in Downstairs plays at the Iowa theater Thurs day This dynamic star has the part of a romantic rogue in his newest film which costars Virginia Bruce and Olga Baclanova The Cecil management will pre sent soon the new George Arllss re lease The Working Man which has been described as the happiest picture of 1933 Secrets Mary Pickford and Leslie Howard opens at the Palace Saturday The film fur inshea a perfect vehicle for these two talented stars HIGGENS RITES TO BE FRIDAY Opera House Manager for 40 Years Dies After Years Illness DECORAH May George W Higgens 73 died Monday evening in Decorah Death was caused by a tumor from which he had suffered for nearly a year Funeral services will be held Friday morning at St Benedicts Catholic church with the Rev Martin Hogan officiating and burial will be made in the Catholic cemetery George Higgens was born in London England in I860 and came to this country when he was about 25 years old He settled in Decorah and in 1893 was married MAY 24 1933 CharlesCityNews BISHOP MAGEE Mary Ann who died Chickasaw Man Held in Car Investigation WAVERLY May Carrol of Chickasaw county was arrested pending investigation of the claim he registered his car un der the same ownership serial num ber and engine number as that of Charles J Thompson of Bremer county Thompson missed his reiris tratlon card last summer but thought it had been lost ut why worry You just imag Ined you were rich in 1929 and you still have your imagination Davenport Times For nearly 40 years Mr Hlggena was proprietor of the Steyers op era house A sister Mrs Elizabeth Gare of Waplnham Towester New Hamptonshire England survives also a niece and two nephews in the east Mr Higgens waa a half uncle of the former Miller Huggins at one time manager of the New York Yankees Large Crowd Applauds Singers From Utica in Charles City Concert CHARLES CITY May Baptist church was filled last eve ning to hear the concert by five Negro graduates of Utica college MIsa They sang a typical Negro program including many church songs familiar to their race and re ceived much applause One of the singers told about the college at Utica and the work of the mission school for better racial understand ing The Utica singers have been touring the country at intervals to raise funds for the school and made two trips abroad The last trip lasted eight months and they sang in 21 countries DANCE MASON CITY ARMORY SATURDAY MAY 27 Dont you like to go to a good dance and find good dancing partners galore Sure you do Then come over Saturf J day night Xunea by JJ f Shaffers boys and same bargain prices Starting Today No Picture Like It Ever Before It I8 Startling the Entire Nation Lfi America today 1 dramatized in the most electrifying picture ever made Nothing like it be PERHAPS NEVER AGAIN I thrills Two J million men on the march President Dictator r Gangsters attack White House A na tion aroused GABRIEL OVER THE WHITE HOUSE with WALTER HUSTON KAREN MORLEY Its as timely as todayg screaming headlines A new landmark in enter tainment Another One of the CECIL Hits Dows Residents Hurt in Mishap Following Visit at Mason City DOWS May Jack Page and Mrs Wesley Anderson and their children visited friends in Mason City When returning a car ahead of them near Sheffield stopped suddenly causing them to turn out and the car upset in a ditch of water Help arrived Mrs Page suffered a wrenched back Fred Schroeder 72 Eagle Giove Buried EAGLE GROVE May neral services for Fred Schroeder 72 were held at the funeral parlors of Kubitschek and Kastler this aft ernoon Services were conducted by the Rev A S Kilbourn of the Con gregational church Mr Schroeder was pensioned five years ago on ac count of physical disability He wap born in Germany and was for 43 years in the employ of the North Western railway He is survived by the widow a daughter Anna a school teacher in Jerome Idaho also a son Fred Jr at same place and a daughter Margaret in Eagle Grove Mrs Carbiener Rites Will Be Held Friday CHARLES CITY May neral services for Mrs William Car blener 53 will be held Friday aft ernoon at 2 oclock at the Hauser funeral home with the Rev G A Heas officiating and burial will be in Riverside cemetery Mrs Carbien er who had been ill some time with a kidney ailment died at a m yesterday at her home She was Vera Leaman before her marriage and lived here all her life She is survived by her husband four chil dren Mrs Thelma Shlfiet and Mrs Mary Shoemaker of Charles City Marvin and Dorothy Carbiener of San Mateo Gal Other survivors are her mother Mrs Mary Leaman who made her home with Mrs Carbiener two brothers Roy of Tacoma Wash and Charles Long View Wash two sisters Mrs Faye Stob er Mason City and Mrs Madge Danforth of Charles City Marvin and Dorothy Carbiener started from California Monday hoping to arrive before their mothers death U I U SPEAKER Commencement Events for June 3 to 5 on Campus Are Announced FAYETTE May J Ralph Magce will give the com mencement address at Upper Iowa university June 5 The father and mother of Bishop Magce were grad uates of Upper Iowa university and well known because of their church service The Rev J Ralph was or dained to the Methodist ministry in 1902 served at Sioux City where he was graduated from Morning side college in 1904 After serving several successful pastoral charges in Iowa he moved to Boston where he attended the Boston university school of theol ogy and later became pastor of St Marks church Brookline He was called to the First church of Seat tle where he served withdistinc tion later became the district su perintendent and was elected bishop at Atlantic City by the general con ference in 1932 Received D D Degree Bishop Mages has been a min ister and a student with broad sympathetic interests In the world welfare and Inall that affects the needs of mankind A few of his services embrace unemployment commissions college trusteeships community welfare science clubs social projects and a writer upon vital topics in current magazines and periodicals In 1921 Upper Iowa university conferred upon him the doctorate of divinity de OBSERVES 95TH YEAR The Surf Ballroom CARL MOORE Deacon The Old Laugh Maker And His Orchestra including MARGE HUDSON Radios Bluebird THURSDAY MAY 25 ADMISSION Ladies 40c Tax Included Gents 90c Plus 9o Tax Played In Symphony CHARLES CITY May Schrader daughter of J L Schrader who attends college at Cedar Falls was one of two harp ists that played with the All State Symphony orchestra of 101 pieces at the state convention of the Music Teachers of Iowa last week in Wa terloo Miss Schrader was one of the outstanding players in the local high school hand until her gradu ation last year CHARLES CITY BRIEFS CHARLE CITY May senior class of the Catholic academy will present the play Lookin Love ly by Janice Gard in St Josephs hall Sunday evening May 28 R J Williams 87 died yesterday Wednesday Thursday STRAND HEADS SHE WAS HIS FOR TONIGHT TaiIsShe Was His Forever A Reckless Gambling ManSited Attraction With the Screens Big test Name 20 ICLflRK No Mono Her Own at the Delbert Hunn home He Is survived by a son Byron of New aygo Midi Funeral arrange ments are awaiting the sous arri val Glenn Hamilton purchased Her mans Grocery and Lunch place on highway 218 and renamed It the Handy Pantry and Lunch There was a large crowd at the exhibit of the home economics de partments in the high school yea yesterday afternoon A new depar ture this year was the showing of gowns on the stage each girl wear Ing the ones she made in different revues Tea was served in the lobby at three tables A truck belonging to Arnold Tracker plunged through a bridge five miles south of Rockford Mon day night breaking the side rail and tearing out ten rods of a farm ers fence Two men from Aredale were riding in the truck but were not Injured The truck wag badly smashed Mr and Mrs C B Core have re turned to their home In Forest City after visiting a few days with their son G M Core Mrs G C Blunt and Mrs Morris Swartz are attending a missionary convention In Mount Vernon Among those who attended the bankers convention in Mason City yesterday were Carl Magdaick H M Walleaer M J Klaus and B L Walleser A marriage license was issued to Ralph Riches on of Rhodes and Helen Mlltcnberger of Marsfiall town Dr A F Kober Dr J B Miner Sr and Dr R A Fox returned last evening from Rochester Minn where they attended clinics held iii connection with the meeting of the Minnesota Medical Society A man giving the name of Jay Hays was arrested by Officer Loren Hlllier on a drunken and dis orderly charge and brought before Justice John McGeeney yesterday who lined him 50 which he could not pay He waa sent to Jail to serve 15 days at hard labor gree He will speak on Educating for Life Commencement events at U I U this year are largely centered about Saturday Sunday and Monday June 3 to 5 On Saturday the an nual business meeting of the alumni association will be at 10 oclock The baseball game will be at and the anual class play at 8 oclock Other Evans Planned On Sunday the baccalaureate ad dress will be at 10 a m followed by noon lunches Vesper service will be at 3 In the afternoon The commencement exercises and conferring of diplomas and degrees will be at 10 oclock Monday At high noon the college luncheon at the gymnasium for trustees fac ulty alumni graduates of 1933 and guests will be served NASHUA May U Wright Civil war veteran cele brated his ninetyfifth birth day anniversary when his chil dren and their families gather ed at the home of his son Frank where he makes his home Mr Wright in 1854 came to Floyd county and a month later to Nashua where he lived for 79 years He was tho father of 11 children those living being Fred Ralph Frank Mrs Harry Swlnton Nashua Rob ert Livingstone Mont Wal ter Allies City Mont Jesse G Pontinc Mich Mr Wright is one of the three remaining sur viving veterans living In Nash ua Annual Picnic Planned LEROY Minn May Le Roy commercial club is sponsoring the annual Old Settlers picnic to be held June 10 The general com mittee appointed to make arrange ments include F N Meyers F L Roy Paul Laremore H S Norson and Harry Greene 19 STUDENTS TO GET DIPLOMAS Nora Springs Commence ment Exercises to Be Held Thursday Night NORA SPRINGS May commencement sermon waa given Sunday evening in the high school auditorium for 19 who will be grad uated this week The Rev A Beuer man gave the sermon Music was furnished by the Girls Glee club singing two numbers without ac companiment The house was full Two of the Nora Springs minis ters have sons in this class Mr Beuerman pastor of the Evangel ical church and the Rev C A Burkhart pastor of the Christian church This evening the seniors will pre sent their class play The Sixth Key a mystery play in the school auditorium The cast includes James Chenoweth Margaret Moody Har old Burkhart Charlotte Hartwell Glenys Colin Dorothy Gast Ed mund Bronson Verle Demo Muriel Cheney Ruth McDonald Virgil Beuerman and Floyd Thompson Commencement exercises will be held tomorrow evening In the high school auditorium at 8 oclock The class roll is as follows Harry L Beard Virgil A Beuerman Ed mund P Bronaon Harold R Burk lart Muriel L Cheney James E henoweth Glenys M Colin Verle T Demo Ruby I Gallup Dorothy Cast Ralph E Harris Charlotte E Hartwell Una M Jeffrie J Clif ord Kelley Dwlght D J Lemen Ruth Virginia McDonald Margaret A Moody Harold V Sellon Floyd S Thompson Class officers are President ames Chenoweth vice president Harold V Sellon secretary Ed P Bronson treasurer Virgil A Beuerman representative Floyd Thompson Mrs Wadsworth Rites Conducted at Algona ALGONA May Henry Wadsworth was buried in River view cemetery Tuesday after fu neral services in the Congregational church with the Rev B F South gate of Britt in charge Mrs Wads worth was born in Kenosha county Wis 75 years ago She was mar ried to T H Wadsworth in 1877 and the couple lived in Algona for 46 years She is survived by Mr Wadsworth and two sisters of Union Grove WIs Mrs Florence Motly and Mrs Julia Anderson We Sharpen Lawn Mowers Fast Efficient Service JUST PHONE WE CALL FOR AND DELIVER Do Your Screens Need Repairing This is the proper time to have screens put in good shape before flies and other insects become bother them over now if they need new screen wire just phone us our truck will call and our charge is small 113 NORTH FEDERAL HARDWARE PHONE 142 Memorial Day Program for Dumont Announced Talk to Be by Shaffer DUMONT May annual Poppy sale will he conducted by the auxiliary Friday each member being responsible for different parts ot the town The Legion and auxil iary arranged for the followingpro gram for Memorial day here The school children will form a line of march at the park at and march with the band and Legion and auxiliary to the cemetery The Rev H M Tipsword will offer prayer a double quartet will aing Karl Coonley will deliver the Get tysburg address and Dr F P Shaf fer of the Methodist church will give an address The Rev H M Raeker will pronounce the benedic tion Many who were once pleasure bent are not only bent completely Her aldJournal PECS WHEEIBASE 505 FOR THE COUPE bn IS7S AUprtenf o i Detroit The Longest Roomiest Car in the Lowestprice Field The minute yon sit behind the wheel of this new larger Essex Terr apian e Special Sixyou have an unmistakable sense of big car roominess and comfort actual steeltape measurements which show that this new Ter raplane ia the roomiest car in the lowestprice field This bigger sixcylinder Terra plane gives you genuine Terra plane performance ruggedness and economy which cannot be bought in any 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