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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - May 30, 1933, Mason City, Iowa TWO At Mason City THEATERS The Cecil theater Memorial day attraction Is the latest release of that peer of character actors George Arllss with Bette Davis In The Working Man Arliss has many outstanding films to his credit and The Working Man is reported to be on a par with all for mer the picture will continue at the Cecil for four days Elan to see It The Kiss Before the Mirror starringNancy Carroll Paul Lukas Gloria Stuart and Frank Morgan opened at the Palace the ater Memorial day for a limited en gagement The Kiss Before thq Mirror Is the story of a kiss that caused one woman to die in dis honor and another to live in peace He killed the woman he loved when he saw In the mirror the He she livedi Be sure to see this terrific drama of cheating wives and venge ful husbands Terror Abroad plays for the last times Tuesday at the Strand Thursday June 1 Fifi DOrsay Famous Screen Star with Roland Becker And His Hollywood Orchestra Adm Gents 90c Plus 9c Tax Ladles 40e No Tax Dancing 9 P M to 1 A M FREE PARKING STRAND LAST TIME TUESDAY Terror Abroad John Halllday Charles Ruggles Nell Hamilton Shirley Grey THURSDAY The Sign of the Cross Frederic March Elissa Landi Claudette Colbert Charles Laughton And 7SQO Others is drama deep human Ity Spectacle of a world that JXfts all spectacle A picture which leads all tlie world In en tertoin ment TODAY Why didl this man kill the woman he loved Thru Friday A terrific drama of Cheating wives and vengeful husbands A Kiss That Caused a Crime gtfjfif KISS BEFORE THE MIRROR NANCY CARROLL PAUL LUKAS Gloria Stuart Franlc Morgan 15 25 Eve ComingSaturday Wheeler Woolsey DIPSOMANIACS featuring John Halliday Charlie Huggles Neil Hamilton and Shirley Grey People were frozen to death amid tropic one by one they died at the hands of a fiend each In a different fashion The Phantom Broadcast play ing at the Iowa theater Memorial day and through Thursday will be of interest to everyone for it re veals what actually happens behind the scenes In a great broadcasting studio A distinguished cast has been assembled for this production including Ralph Forbes Gail Pat rick Vivlenne Osborne and Paul Page You wont go wrong on The Phantom Broadcast Hell Below MetroQoldwyn Mayers sensational drama of sub marine adventure starring Robert Montgomery Walter Huston MadgeEvans Jimmy Durante Eugene Pallette and Robert Young Is the attraction opening at the Cecil Saturday This great film was made possible by the cooperation of the United States navy and Is said to be even greater than Hell Divers Bert Wheeler can perhaps claim to be the firit man in the world to sing a popular aong under a cer tain beautiful blond difficulty He croons a love lorn melody to Marjorie White come dienne while that effervescent lady sits on his chest as part of the fun in Dlplomaniacs coming to the Palace theater Saturday Wheeler and his screen pal Robert Woolsey are starred in this tuneful rollick ing1 utterly nonsensical burlesque on world problems MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE Out of the blazing pyra of Home comes the love that lived for 2000 martydrom It Is the theme of Cecil 3 De Mllles Sign of the Cross with Fred rlc March Bllssa Land Claudette Colbert and Charles Laughton This Is perhaps the most lavish produc tion ever brought to the screen a truly dramatic romance and 8 dra matic spectacle Buck Jones latest western thrill er Sundown Rider coming to the Iowa theater Friday and Saturday Is said to be the swiftest and moat dramatic the star has ever ap peared in Buck has the role of a Mat lOc IOWA Ere 15c NOW SHOWING ANOTHEI BIG SMASH HIT FIRST RUN With Gale Patrick Vivlenne Osborne Vivid Appealing New and Dif ferent Entertainment ADDED FOB FUN ANDY CLYDE in Feeling Rosy CARTOON SPORTS NEWS i FOUR DAYS Starting Today youth quick on the trigger keen o eye firm of muscle who never for gets to repay a friend or adjust wrong Zooin Budapest with Gep Raymond and Loretta Young come to the Cecil scon It is one of th strangest and most exciting pic tures ever is the prim Itive romance of two young peopl who find love in the strangest o settings a thrilling story enacte against the colorful background o a park zoo The climax Is reachec when a heroic youth oaves the glr he loves from escaped animals re verting to jungle instincts an clashing in a primal fight to death Described as a glittering pano rama of New York life from tht Battery to Harlem Made on Broadway Palace attraction cojn Ing soon will more than please you This film stars Robert Montgora ery and Sally Eilers two of the screens most popular players Montgomery has a fast moving com edy role that of Jedd Bid well superfixer wise guy and debonair gambler who hoodwinks society and reaps a harvest on Broadway Miss Eilers plays the part of a cafe waitress and is rescued from a watery grave by Montgomery HERRING TALKS AT BUFFALO CENTER Continued From Page 1 Tops fhe splendors of his past triumphs fn speaker at services in the hall A L Rule of Mason City was scheduled for an address in the aft ernoon at Mount Vernon cemetery at Swaledale Gives Two Addresses Supt H P Risse of St Ansgar was engaged to give addresses in the morning at Hampton and a Northwood in the afternoon Sun day he spoke at Otranto The Rev S J Mauer was the speaker at Bel mond services Services at Nashu cemeteries were planned with th Rev William Kent speaking at Oak Hill cemetery Supt F W Berning hausen at Greenwood cemetery ant a Boy Scout memorial service at St Michaels cemetery The Rev P J LaValette fourth Legion chaplain spoko a Marble Rock services in the after noon The Rev T C Collister wa the main speaker at Ackley serv ices in Memorial park inthe morn ing and F J McGreevy spoke a the program in the city park in th afternoon Forest City services were hel in the courtyard In charge of the American Legion The Rev Rlcharc Prescott of Lime Springs was the speaker at Cresco services in the opera house in the afternoon Mr Milne was engaged for an address at Klemme in the park and the Rev F O Hillman was the speaker at Sheffield program in the morn ing at the cemetery Spealts at Glenville The Rev J W Haywood ad dressed the group at Greenwood aiemiUo la yUic mom Ing A service was held in the after I noon at the German Reform church I at Bristow Irvin Larson of Charles City spoke at exercises In the morn Ing at Rockford Rob Roy Cerny of Northwood was the speaker at Plymouth At Thompson the Rev A G Heddle wag the speaker at exercises at the cemetery Services were conducted at 3 oclock In New Hampton cemeteries J O Wood ruff of New Hampton was the speaker at exercises at Lawler In the morning Titonka Poster Speaks The Rev Fremont Faul Meth odist pastor at Titonka spoke at services in the Methodist church at Burt The Rev G R McDowell of the M E church gave the address at Swea City in the morning Band music vocal selections and read ings were also on the program A parade was held W Earl Hall state commander of the Legion was scheduled to speak at Carroll and Jefferson J W Willett of Tama past na tional commander of the G A R was the principal speaker at Wa terloo Besides the regular services at cemeteries some cities planned spe cial ibutes to iiie soldiers and sailors who died at sea An airplane was to drop flowers In the Des Moines river at Des Molnea aa the Fourteenth cavalry band from Fort Des Moines played on the steps of theclty library facing the river At Davenport a flower laden boat waa towed to the middle of the Mississippi river and cast adrift G A R Gives Way The fastd laappearlng GAR gave way to their younger fehow veterans the Spanish war veterans m conducting the services at Coun cil Bluffs In former years the Civil war heroes had charge Of the pro gram In some cities sports events were planned to follow the more somber memorial services Baseball games motor races and other events were The VIKINGS Are on the Way to This DANCE Theyll be here Mason City arm ory Saturday night June 3 Great Broadcasting band Music that In spires Big hit here a few WCCUB ago Same bargain price IN THE RADIO WORLD MEMOaiAI DAV r Legion wi m win broadest llemoim aay win PoriMnj peaklnj over ho network from WRC Etudlos In WMh 3 lo p m c S T RADIO TUBES TESTED FREE INOUR STORE GRUNOW SUPERSAFE The first real advance In Electric Refrigerators for the home VANCE MUSIC CO EVERYTHING IN MUSIC 124 North Federal Phone TBS MAY 30 mm 1933 THE BIVOUAC OF THE DEAD Blow bogles blow soft find and low Sing a goodnight for them who bravely faced the foe Sing a song of truce to pain Where they sleep nor wake again Noath the sunshine or the Blow bugles blow Wave banners wave above each heros grave Fold them O thou stain less flag that they died to save All thy stars with glory i bright Bore they on through i Treasons night Through the darkness to the light Wave banners wave Fall blossoms fali over one and all They who heard their countrys cry and anl swercd to the call Mid the shock of shot and shell Where they bled and where they fell They who fought so long and Fall blossoms fall Sigh breezes sigh so gently wandering by Bend above them tender ly blue of summer sky All their weary marches done All their battles fought and won Friend and lover sire and son Sigh breezes sigh By John S McGraaity on the days program At For Madison the annual high school re lays carnival attracted a host of en trants from several states Mllo Reno president of the Na tlonal Farm Holiday association apoke at Audubon Other speaker listed for the day were Henry Ol son president of Buena Viata col ege at Alta the Rev Frank A Wilder Moulton at Marengo Dean W Pelsen Eldora attorney at Webster City Charles W Lyon DCS Moines attorney at Traer Mrs Lil lian Clark at Dubuque former na tional officer In the Ladies of the 3 A R at Maquoketa Senator Claude Stanley of Corning at Clear field Paul F Smith Independence attorney at Oclwein NATION HONORS ITS WAR DEAD Continued From Inge 1 ranged this year to the memory of he morethan 70 gallant navy flyers who plunged to death In the airshipAkron jsarly Vbls spring in the countrys Mostly air trag edy Tributesto the dead of the war ictween the states the Spanish Lmerlcan conflict and the World var with all patriotic organizations articipating followed one another trough the days long program at he military burial grounds EDUCATE TOWARD Continued From 1 o about it to procure the peace hlch was won at the cost of lives f so many men he added refer ngthen to President Roosevelts essage to the other countries and her movements for peace and the Mussolini four power pact Must Maintain Armament But while we thus hope for orld peace yet the United States annot as a great creditor nation vlth distant possessions world vide Interestsand extended sea osts attempt to disarm for the urpose of example Any disarm a ent program must be In unison ith other nations who would con nee us they are willing to go ong with us wholeheartedly and complete good faith in scrapping rmament designed for aggressive arfare Under present world con tlons it is absolutely necessary for s to continue our meager national efense meager not in cost but In trength The great cost of our arma tent is due in a large measure to 10 standards we have set up for ur army and navy personnel as ompared with other nations But It absolutely necessary for us to link In terms of peace rather than n terms of war and to insist that is nation shall take leadership at the council tables to end war Advocated Draft Mr Murphy maintained that a niversal draft is absolutely neces ary to the end that all the re ources of the nation may be draft d in tha next war If there must e a war without special benefit any and with sacrifice aa equal as ay be thua avoiding the swollen rtunes and the terrific inflation lat haa come with other wars and le subsequent disorder and defla on that has followed The program also Included a hort address by N G Thome onorary chairman of the Memorial issoclation reading of the general rder No 11 by Roy B Johnson lairman of the Memorial aaeocla on decoration of the graves by stalls of veterans and Boy Scouts ecoration of monument to the un nown soldier by womens auxll rlea Lincolns Gettysburg addroas y Merlyn Parka Invocation by the H he First ethodist church and salute to the ead by a detail of r company of the national guard Hundreds Sec Parade The program opened with music by the municipal band which also supplied the accompaniment for the singing of America by the public and played the cloning The Star Spangled Banner A number was presented by the high schoo girls glee club under the direction of Miss Ellen Smith There also was a song by Edwin Helblg and taps by the ClausenWorden drum and bugle corps The parade through the down town section of the city was watched by hundreds that crowd ed the sidewalks Cloudy weather in the early morning threw gome doubt into the mind of heads of the veterans organizations as to whether the sunshiny day as sured them by the weather man was going to materialize Gradually the clouds drifted away however and by 8 oclock it was apparent that the program wasnot going to be interfered with by rain Parade on Federal At 9 oclock the column started moving northward on Washington avenue from the courthouse At Third street northwest it turned east to Federal avenue then pro ceeded south to the cemetery First came a detail of police fol lowed by Conrad F Helbig mar shal of the day and Lowell L Forbes chief of staff Heading the first division of vot er ana was Legionnaire John Brown Then came the municipal band the military escort made up of the three local guard companies with Capt Stuart N Grummoii in com mand Members of the Grand Army of the Republic came in auto mobiles followed by the Clausen Vorden drum and bugle corps the United Spanish War Veterans and heAmerican Legion Auxiliaries In Column The second division in charge of eorge Fickcn of the Spanish American war veterans was made up of veterans auxiliaries with hythm supplied by the Senegalese Irum and bugle corps First came he Womens Relief corps mem bers followed by the Spanish Vmerican war veterans auxiliary jegion auxiliary Daughters of Jnion veterans and gold star moth rs The third division made up of ither patriotic bodies was headed ly S W Greene This division In luded Boy Scouts Girl Scouts Girl Reserves Y M C A Camp Tire Girls and HlTri members Following the main program at Slmwood a short service was held it Memorial park cemetery where everal veterans aro buried This ervlce was in charge of H H Joyce post commander of Clausen Vorden post of the Legion and in luded a prayer by Mr Spence music under the direction of Miss gne Helbig and a volley by a guard unit and the sounding of aps by the drum corps Five Die in Year In the past year five former orvice men have died two of them SpanishAmerican war veterans nd three veterans of the World var The SpanishAmerican war vet rans who died were Joseph Maddy orporal in Company A Flftysec nd Iowa infantry regiment who vas burled in the local cemetery nd MartinE Carlson who served n the navy during the war and par Icipated in the Boxer rebellion and vhose burial took place recently at lender Of the World war veterans who led Basil F Young who served in he navy from April 1917 to Nov 3 1910 and Niels C Nielion ser geant Company K S55th infantry from 1917 to June 2 1019 were buried in Maaon City while Louis E Lantz who served overseas in Company D 247th Infantry was buried at Plymouth WE ADJUST HEADLIGHTS ACCORDING TO LAW CENTRAL BATTERY ELECTRIC CO Minister at Rockford Resigns Will Leave Wednesday for Maine ROCKFORD May Rev and Mrs F C Worcester and daughters Georgiana and Patty will leave Wednesday for Maine where they will make their home Mr Worcester resigned as pastor of the Methodist church and his res ignation has been accepted A report is current that Mr Wor cesters withdrawal from the minis try will be asked by the local church board Criticism of his con tact with young boys of the com munity is said to have ngured pro minently in his hasty decision to re sign from his pastorate and leave Rockford Enroute to Maine Mr and Mrs Worcester will atop at Cedar Rap Ids for their daughter Elizabeth a student In Coe college who will accompany them Mr Worcester was admitted for trial in the East Maine conference in 1916 and be came a full member In 1913 He served In the EastMaine confer ence until 1922 when he came to the Upper Iowa conference In 19S2 he came to Rockford from Ana mosa Anzonetta Whitney Weds Elmer Pinneke at Northwood Home Miss Anzonetta Whitney daugh ter of Mr and Mrs George Whit ney 719 Fourth street northeast and Elmer Pinneke son of Mr and Mrs Charles Pinneke 1017 Jersey avenue northeast were married Saturday afternoon by C H Dwelle justice of the peace at hia home They were attended by Mr and Mrs Joe Muldoon Jr brotherin aw and sister of tne bridegroom The bride was attired in a white crepe gown and carried sweet peas The bridesmaid was also gowned in white After the ceremony a dinner was served at the home of the bride grooms parents Miss Whitney is a graduate of the Mason City high school They will make their home Burled at New Hampton ROCKFORD May was received by relatives of Mr and Mrs Huber Rouse Waterloo of the death of their son Rolf James 1 vho died at a Waterloo hospital following an illness brought on by a cold and complications which fol owed The funeral service was held at the home of Mr Rouses parents at New Hampton Sunday after noon The Rouses formerly lived iere Salt deposits in Louisiana are be lieved to be almost inexhaustible after production that has already reached millions of tons From Missouri You have a right to bo shown Come in and well show you how to be Styl ishly Comfortably and Economically fitted I AIRDQ 14 E State St Where Shoes Are Really Fitted GERM PROCESS MOTOR FIRESIDE FUEL CO PHONE 888 Last Call Last Drastic Price Cut of tha Season Spring Coat 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