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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 24, 1933, Mason City, Iowa                                TWO A line Opipe Stick to the the Smoke Blow Where It Will By T PIPE WHERE IS THE MAN i WHO NOT SO LONG AGO WHEN DAYS WERE COLD AND GROUND WAS WHITE WITH SNOW WAS WONT TO SAY IN TONES PROFUSELY STRES SED HOW MUCH HE LOVED THE SUMMER TIME THE BEST P I T p E The chap who last winter made himself a pest by telling how ho Uked the summer much the beat Is now making himself even a bigger pelt by asking of all he meets Isithotemifforu P I 1 P K Hey Kennedy Spuhler JEt AI Stop Look Listen T Pipe You shouldnt Insinuate thatiish stories are exaggerated 1 knowfrom experience they are the truth I had a truthfu experience on Clear Lake last week that I sup pose you would doubt I caught a fish that waa so big he drug the boat through the water so fast the frictionof the water on the boat set It on fire and I had to let go the fish and jumj to keep from burning up And I can still show you where the water was scorched to prove It Hoping you are same P I 1 P E Whoinell Dont bill Owner needs money Phone in MplH paper P I T p E A dollar saved is a dollar earned The old old saying lingers on But every now and then we learn A dollar lost Is a dollar gone PlTpE A good example of the modern roadbuiiders work is the west cm of the Twelfth street road Had the road been left as Jt was and the amount of money spent for grading been expended for gravel the re aults woud have been a better alt weather highway Frost bubbles sel dom occur in a nongraded or a low graded road They occur mostly in the roads that have been piled sky ward some six or eight feet P 1 Ip E If a Man Bite a Dog A news Item tells of a Ban croft man who fell and broke his leg while chasing a cow And they call that news Now Jf the cow had fell and broken her leg while chasing a man that would have been news MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE HOWARD RURAL CARRIERS ELECT Eaton Is Association Head Mrs Bateman Is Named By Auxiliary CRESCO June letter carriers of Howard county met In annual convention at Lime Springs Thursday and elected G D Eaton Cresco president of the Howard county association E E Bateman Cresco vice president H Hastings of Chester secretary Auxiliary of ficers are Mrs E E Bateman president and Mrs H Hasting secretary Outside speakers were State Organizer and Mrs Laughen backer and wife of Monona At Mason City THEATERS JUNE 24 1933 Mason City Screen Attractions The Cecil ontetandln attraction playing for four da starting Saturday is Meloc Cruise a snappy production boas ing maddening music gorgeous glr and a brand of comedy that Is e pecially delightful Charles Ruggle Is teamed with Phil Harris popi lar leader of the orchestra whic plays in Hollywoods famous Cocoa nut Grove Charlie and Phil embar on a cruise from New York to Cal fornla with a boat load of beautlfi result is a laughloadc drama drenchedwith song If demand for his services In pi turea is a criterion James Dun ranks as one of the leading stars o Hollywood He la scheduled to ap pear in five pictures in five months an achievement that speaks vo umes for his popularity In his la est release he is again teamed wit Sally Ellers The title of the film i Hold Me Tight a story of yout and modern times playing at th Palace theater through Tuesday The virile and likable character zation of a young prize fighter a fords Douglas Fairbanks Jr on of the finest screen roles of hi career in the picture The Life o Jimmy Dolan playing at the Strand for the last times Saturday Loretta Loung Aline MacMahon Fifi Dorsay and Guy Kibbee are also in the cost P I iP E But What a Difference After Eating There is no real distinction be tween toads mushrooms News item 7 PIAPE There may be no distinction be tween toadstools and mushrooms but there is quite a bit of difference in the results obtained before and after eating The difference between a long and useful life well spent in peace and happiness and that of a midden and abrupt Jump into the sweet by and by 4 PI Tp E A man went out Into the woods Some mushrooms for to get He picked a market basket fuIJ Without a fear or fret He took them home and soon within A f rying pan they f ri ed He them with much relish then He quickly up and died There may be Btnall distinction twlxt A mushroom bright and fair And toadstools In the woodlands that Are gaily growing there But after they are eaten then The difference is great One brings delight the other a Knock at the pearly1 gate T P I i P E Modern Youngsters Read the Ads When a freight car is In need of repairs a large tag with the letters B O Is attached to it Recently a passenger train stopped in the freight yards with the coach op posite a stock car held for repairs A little Rirl sitting by an open win dow nudged her mother pointed to the tag on the car and said Show It the ad mamma For the benefit of those who depend on Mr EyesJustly fa mous column to keep them posted on the current news of the day we would say that it is not Pikes peak at McGregor It is Pipe hill pikes peak dis covered by the same Lt Pike is in Colorado The change in the name of Pike hill was made to avoid confusion Youre wel come a freight train at Silverware Is Stolen From Plymouth House PLYMOUTH June yesterday afternoon ransacked the home of Mrs Kate Chehock on Broad street two blocks south of Main street and tookall her silver ware and some other articles in the house Mrs Chehock discovered the theft when she returned from work at the F R Peshak store No clews have been found It is beleived that the thieves were well acquainted with the daily routine of Mrs hock who lives alone The Western Code plays atthe owa for the last times Saturday It is an exciting western with a novel plot filled with the hairtrig er action that Tim McCoy puts nto all his pictures One of the highlights of the film is a thrilling pistol duel atop night The story of a doting mother who couldnt let her sons out of her plays at the Cecil theater starting Silver Cord with Irene Dunn Joel Mc Crea Laura Hope Crews Francis Dee and Eric Linden The outcome ot the picture is startling as It re veals the plain truth of conditions in many American homes todav An era of racketeering based on intimidation and duress that will transform legalized liquor into a moot hazardous enterprise for all concerned Thats what War den Lewis E Dawes outstand ing criminologist believes will follow the repeal of the eigh teenth amendment Such is the theme of Song of the Eagle film featuring Richard Arlen Mary Brian Charles Bickford and Jean Hersholt coming to the Palace the ater Wednesday A picture of great entertainment value la offered at the Strand the ater Sunday only Me and My Gal featuring Spencer Tracy and Joan Bennett If you like a witty person ality combined with feminine sweet ness youll enjoy Me and My Gal The Iowa theater offers begin ning Sunday A shriek in the Night a film that is primarily a murder mystery but really turns Into an unusual comedy In which the elements of romance drama sensational suspense and thrills add to the color of the original plot and givethe picture unusual Interest Ginger Roberts and Lylo Talbot head the cast with an outstanding list of supporting players I Cover the Waterfront an at traction scheduled for the Cecil thv ater soon abounds in excitement and thrills Claudette Colbert Ben Lyons and Ernest Torrence are fea tured The funniest boys In America Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy come to the Palace theater soon in their latest feature length picture The Devils Brother Youve seen these fellows In many short comedies now you have a real treat in store when The Devils Brother conies town Dennis King and Henry Armetta tured leunion Planned Near Elma Announces Plans St Ansgar by Former Pupils arid Teachers to Thelma Todd are also fea Condltlon Is Worse Baines who has been ill in the home of his sister Mrs Hana Whltten is much worse Former instructors Visitors and Mrs E R Swanson former instructors here visited in the O D Pelley home They are moving to Des Molnes where he will engage in business AUTO LOANS and refinancing Loans and Personal Property Prompt and Courteous Service United Financial Service F M Humphrey Manager Phone W14 8 FIRST STREET N W CHIC CHANDLEfc AND A BEVY OF MISCHIEVOUS STEWARD esses in Melody Cruise with Charles Ruggles Phil Harris Greta Nlsien Helen Mack and Marjnrio Gateson spicy musical comedy play Ing for four days starting Saturday at the Cecil theater SPENCER TRACY JOAN BENNETT AND MARION BURNS are the principal players In Me and My Gal a lllm with an unusual background of romance and action playing at the Strand theater Sun day only GINGER ROGERS LYLE TALBOT AND ARTHUR HOYT ARE the featured players in A Shriek in the Night thrilling mystery story playing at thp Iowa theater for three days starting Sunday JAMES DUNN AND SALLY EILERS ARE SEEN TOGETHER again in the new Fox romance Hold Mo Tight in which they por tray the type of roles for which they have become famous as a team The picture plays at the Palace through Tuesday ST ANSGAR June 24A re nion of the Spring Valley school ast of St Ansgar will be held unday An invitation has been ex nded to all former teachers and upils A picnic dinner will be erved at noon At oclock an address of wel me will be given by Carl Duenow resident of the school board Supt F Risse of the St Ansgar chools will give the invocation rs F Burroughs will give the iatory ot the school John P Lund former teacher will talk Miss Clare Moe will sing a solo le school children will give reclta ons Harold Libergky will play the ccordion Mrs F J Zemanek and lisa Emma Lane will give readings uperintendent Riase will give the ddress and the old settlers will give a few remarks A program of ports will also be enjoyed Ahem Elected Head of Cresco K of C Lodge CRESCO June of olumbus of Cresco elected R J Wiern grand knight Bernard Stac eu deputy Peter Herold recorder ay Ollendieck treasurer Ronald taebeli chancellor Charles Fencl varden William J Owens advo ate Louis Ptacek inside guard fill Mullen outside guard Dan ennelly John Staebell and Ben Ol endeick trustees William Herold inancial secretary and Frank lecturer SPECIAL CURTAINS AND BLANKETS AT PRICE UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE LYONS PHONE 600 Laundererg Diy Cleaners AVERT The Theater Beautiful GARNER IOWA Sunday Monday Tuesday JUNE 252627 The Famous StageScreen Radio Star EDDIE CANTOR in THE KID FROM SPAIN Gorgeous Singing Clever Done Ing and Screens Most Enter tain ing Picture 100 OF HOLLYWOODS MOST BEAUTIFUL GIRLS YOU MUST SEE IT for July 4 Observance CRESCO June first town inHoward county to announce a July 4 celebration for 1S33 is El ma 25 rriiles southwest of Cresco The Elma band and businessmen pian to make a good will tour of 18 towns of the surrounding terri tory Tuesday Restoration of the adobe wall around the El Campo Santo ceme tery by the historical society of San Diego necessitated the moulding more than 5000 adobe bricka 16 by 12 by 4 inches 50 Babies Examined at Clinic Held in Decorah DECORAH June ba bies were examined Thursday at the baby clinic held at the Decorah hos pital Dr Jeans child specialist from Iowa City was in charge One 2 year old child was found to have a dislocated hip and will receive treatments at Iowa City College Head to Speak EAGLE GROVE June Henry Olsen president of Buena Vista college will occupy the pul IOWA 10c Till 2 P M loc After 2 P M A First Run Attraction A Shriek in the Night Ginger Rogers Lyle Talbot All you desire in mystery romance drama suspense thrills and unending lauehs Guaranteed STARTS Sunday CARTOON and NEWS LAST TIME SATURDAY TIM McCOY in THE WESTERN CODE Thru Tuesday Starts TODAY If Your Husband Lost His Would You Support Him HOLD ME TIGHT with James DUNN Sally EILERS She Married Him for Better or Worse Mostly Worse Radio Murder Mystery TILL 2 P M pit of the Congregational church Sunday in the absence of the regu lar pastor the Rev A S Kilbourn who is spending his vacation in the New Ensrland states COMING ATTRACTIONS CECIL Saturday Sunday Monday Tues Cruise with Phil Harris and Charlie Ruggles Wednesday Thursday The Silver Cord starring Irene Dunne Joel McCrea Laura Hope Crews Francis Dee and Eric Lin den PALACE Saturday Sunday Monday TUBS Me Tight featuring James Dunn and Sally Eiiers Wednesday Thursday Song of the Eagle with Richard Arlen Mary Brian and Charles Bickford STRAND Life of Jimmy Dolan with Douglas Fairbanks Jr Loretta Young Aline MacMa hon Guy Kibbee and My Gal star ring Spencer Tracy and Joan Ben nett Monday featuring Carole Lombard Ran dolph Scot and H B Warner Wednesday in Paradise starring Miriam Hop kins Kay Francis and Herbert Mar shall Guns star ring Tom Mix IOWA McCoy in The Western Code wifh Wheeler Oak man and Nora Lane Sunday Monday Shriek in the Night featuring Ginger Rogers and Lyle Talbot Wednesday Scar let WcekEnd with Dorothy Re vier Theodore Von Bltz and Niles Welch Study in Scarlet with Reginald Owen and Anna May Wong Music Corp Presents CARLTON And His ORCHESTRA SURF Ballroom Clear Lake Iowa Saturday Sunday JUNE 2425 Per Couple GENTS 65o LADIES 35c Forged Check Good for Lodging in Jail WATERLOO June 24 forged check onthe John Deere Tractor company on which the words pay role were crudely printed was good for lodging in the city jail Earl A Jones 42 Oelwein found today Jones was arrested after trying to get cash outhe check at a drug store Three similar checks were found on his person Last Time SATURDAY Doug Fairbanks Jr Loretta Young THE LIFE OF JIMMY DOLAN SUNDAY Only TRACT BENNETT MON TUBS THEATRE 4 Glorious Days Starting Today JOIN FORTY MADDENING MAIDENS ON A MAIDEN CRUISE with two innocent men sez you who tried not to slip ahoy DANGER men at work CHARLfE RUGGLES PHIL HARRIS OUT A NllilN MARJORI OATISON H11IN MACK Chick Chandlr Jun Shirley on a naughlycat nutticit musical spree vith t boatload ot beautiful girls a laughloaded drama drenched wilh iona A new ripple in musical comedy The screen rises to heights of splen dor and glory never dreamed possible bringing thrills of unparalleled entertainment fun and spectacle Its the ShowofShows A SURE ENOUGH PRIZE WINNER ADDED FEATLRF BING CROSBY Sing Bing Sing of Thightl SEE HEAR VJ Itni Wt a Night for iovel SHOWS START 1357 and 9 Hop Aboard the Gayest of Pleasure Ships   

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