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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 7, 1933, Mason City, Iowa Charles City News OLDS ANSWERS WIFES PETITION Declares She May Not Have Seen Paper Signed in Divorce Action CHARLES CITY July sell B Olds Charles City bank cashier haa filed an answer to his wife a petition wherein she asked him to file a copy of the paper she signed in the law offices of Cant well and Cantwell Chicago attor aeya in which she claimed she f custody of i divorce waa Minnesota Their desination will be Higglns Minn Howard L Kern and wife who liave been visiting Mr Kerna moth er Mrs Lda Kern here for some er Mrs LIda Kern here for some home m Newark N 3 Mr Kern is attorney for the International Tele give her custody of their three children if obtained by Olds Olds answer stated they both made and entered into a separation ee have m ana nave submitted themselves and the sub ef of their marriage re lationship to the jurisdiction of the courts of Illinois by reason of a breach of marital duties and obll ptlons on the part of the plaintiff in the state of Illinois Olds admits in his answer that his wife may have not seen a copy of the paper or papers she signed and he stated S lhas not seen the original ana that she went voluntarily to ficl CantwelJ and law of that at the time she waa in mental order Olds asks that her petition be dis wlsaed as the law firm Wa3 agreed on by both parties to hold the es view to a possible reconciliation be tween them Olds wife claims she signed a paper in the Chicago office which she thought would give her f Mrand Mrs Kern motored here and are returning likewise Two Kensett Men Held to Grand Jury Charged With Resisting Officer NORTHWOOD July and John Petcrsen brothers Kensett are In the county jail here been bound over to the grand Jury at a justice hearing on charges of resistingan officer resulting from a jrap at Grafton Tuesday night The Petersens were in a group quarreling and when Grafton peace officers attempted to quiet the men they struck one of them inflicting a face injuryThe two were taken to the town jail at Grafton and con MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTR At Mason City THEATERS attraction King of Jazz Is one c tinued their smashed the fists noisy tactics and windows with their Both received cuts on their hands and wrists requiring attention bv a physician from St Ansgar They were then brought to Northwood and placed In the county jail for a hearing and were held to the grand jury at the October term of court ROWSON FOUND DEAD IN HANSELL Heart Disease Causes Death of Bachelor 75 Coroner Aagesen HAMPTON July 7 Georg Rowson 75 bachelor Hansell wa When Ladles Meet starring Robert Montgomery and Ann Hard Ing closes its local engagement at the Cecil theater Friday evening The picture has been praised by those who have seen it many re garding it as thefinest production L wnlch Arm Harding and Robert Montgomery have starred The film Is an adaption of the Rachel Crothcrs stage play which had a six months run on Broadway Other principals In the cast ara Myrna Loy Alice Brady and Frank Mor gan Broken hearts and empty pockets are left in the wake of Edmund Lowe in his new picture I Love That Man costarring Nancy Car roll Lowe plays the role of the slickest confidence man that ever pursued an easy dollar or a pretty girl I Love That Man is an an Pallgf story and will show at From HcU to Heaven plays a the Strand theater Sunday only tUre 3 a ligrht faat fi aa production starring carols Lorn bard Jack Oakie and David Man ners antl Lclltt the Palace theater for times Friday the last obtained a divorce but which she Rowson 75 bachelor Hansell wa later found out would give him the dead this morning at Hansel custody of them instead of herself PrW J Aagesen coroner wa CaliPrl flnrt latnfari Lee Fenholt Elected Group Director r wa called and stated death was cause by an attack of heart disease Rowson it was believed had Been dead all night He was las into Rowsons workshop and found the body y July the ry meeting of the di rectors of the Charles City Buildln I nothing of this and Loan association Wednesday Garv Wells went evening in the office of H C Doore secretary Lee Fenholt west side grocer was unanimously elected di rector to fill the vacancy on the board caused by the death of the late A B C Dodd The June state ment of the association revealed 523308999 an increase JWOOCT over u May statement The surplus account now e engine working in his shop then heard it stop but thought S at Crystal Lake Leaves Widow Five Children CRYSTAL LAKE July to the Strand theater Friday and Saturday in his latest release Crossfire with Betty Furness and Edgar Kennedy The management announces that all boys and girls under 14 years of age will be admitted to the theater for 5c between the hours of 1 p m and 2 p m Crossfire is an hon esttogoodness action story of the open range The Dude Bandit pluylng at the Iowa theater Friday and Sat urday is reported to be one of Hoot Gibsons most interesting pictures The attraction is a vividly dramatic western story In which mystery and comedy play important parts the type of film that has an appeal for every member of the family Gloria Shea and Skeeter Bill Robbins are also In the cast iuiitt tiyam head the cast of The Constant Wo man the photoplay based on Eu gene ONells story which is sche duled for presentation at the Iowa theater for three days starting Sunday The Constant Woman is a story of show life and of a lad who was raised in a trunk Tom my Conlon and Claire Windsor head the supporting cast I Loved Wednesday star ring Warner Baxter Elissa Landi Victor Jory and Miriam Jordan comes to the Cecil theater next week Here Js a stirring romance with plenty of spice and merriment One of the Interesthighlights of the production is the dance of the maidens featuring a host of beau tiful girls I Loved You Wednes day is another in the string of out standing pictures booked for the Cecil during the next few weeks others of the attractions you should watch for are College Humor Jennie Gerhardt and Gold Dig gers of 1BS3 Tl Jimmy Dunn comes to the Palace theater Tuesday as a wise guy who double crosses crooks then finds a girl has stolen bis heart If you like good fast comedy youll enjoy Ari zona to Broadway Jimmy is great PERFECT BACK JULY 7 Mrs William Griffin Succumbs at Mclntire MelNTIRE July Wil liam Griffin died suddenly Wednes day afternoon at 4 oclock of apoplexy She was formerly Mrs and owned and man the Mclntire hotel for a mim XfnrSl Later she wa3 Dar to Willam Griffin who operates a pool hall here A daughter Mrs Ben Starry lives in Mclntire Basklns Is Soloist OSAGE July good sized crowd gathered for the open air band concert Wednesday evening Rone Baskins band leader at St Ansgar was guest cornet soloist for the evenings program with Bruce Lybarger directing Judith Allen movie actress was selected as owner of the most perfect back In a Cali fornia health show contest at Los Angeles In which 100 girls competed Associated Press the boy who bricked his ay from the sticks to the stickups oan Bennett plays the feminine ad estate uy approximately 51018553 Severt Lonning farrker about and the ai years of age died Wednesday morn a 7 80 of mo real UL njje aiea weanesaav morn account decreased ing at his home from a blood clot I The statement also disclosed the the brain Mr LountoRr had t carried noU for some timebut had aMLe Charles Irving Funeral Is Held at Charles City CHARLES CITY July neral services for Charles Irving 63 who died at the county horns Wednesday were held yesterday ternoon at Riverside cemetery where interment was made The Rev G A Hess was in charge Mr Irving formerly resided at Marble Rock and had been an inmate of the home three years CHARLES CITY BRIEFS CHARLES CITY July a year old daughter of Mr and Mrs Walter Behling suffered a fracture of both bones in the right forearm Wednesday evening while at play Linemen for the Iowa Public Ser vice company arc at work moving electric light poles along the road from Rockford to the county home farm as this road is being graded and widened M and Mrs F P Gibbs of Pasa dena Cal who have been visiting Mr and Mrs H B Olds concluded their visit Thursday and left lor their home More than 300 women participat ed In the bridge and golf luncheon Wednesday at the Country club Mrs Jack Kuech Mrs A E Ellis Mrs W E Barnhart and Miss Ilza Niemack were in charge of ar rangements In bridge honors for the afternoon went to Mrs W E Voreck The Mesdames M E Hick ethier and Elmer lindaman were awarded the prizes In golf Mr and Mrs Joe Wlegnad left Thursday morning for a two weeks camping and fishing trip to lakes in BILLYS CASINO South Lake HAJ KEIDLE ORCHESTRA Playing Saturday and Sunday Nights July 89 COVER CHARGE 25c IWSITA XVt was seriously ill only an hour before he died Mr and Mrs Lonning lived on a farm in this vicinity the past 15 years He is survived by his widow and five children Lawrence and Mildred at home Mrs Floyc Swan Mrs Harold Green and Ar thur Lonning and eight grandchil dren Jean Harlow and Clark Gable triumph again in Hold Your Man outstandingpicture opening a four day engagement at the Cecil the ater Saturday The smashing suc cess of this team in Red Dust is responsible for their appearance to gether in this new story which con cerns a rowdy love affair that be gins on a sketchy interlude but vinds up as a vividly human ro mance A feature of the production the singing of Jean Harlow John Boles Bing Crosby Jeanie Lang Slim Summerville Paul Whlteman and a host of other tal ented stars make their appearance at the Palace theater beginning Saturday in King of This is unquestionably one of the greatest screen spectacles ever produced glorious girls dazzling magical muolc ana a boat of surprises nave Clear Lake Country Club JULY Here are 3 big dances Tonight Friday July and Saturday and Sunday Dancing9 till 1 a m Lloyd Wells 11piece band Wonderful N Qnd a Iowana PER PERSON BACH NIGHT Barn and Granary Near Swaledale Are Burned SWALEDALE July barn and granary on the old Hodson farm northeast of here burned yes terday Jean Rowe is living on the farm Hammerfest Norway is the most northern town in Europe TODAY AND SAT in a roiomg drama CROSSFIRE With BETTY FURNESS EDGAR KENNEDY WATCH 1 A Mat FOR 1UC THE SCREENS 1 f Eve BEST PICTURES PAY SPECIAL CHILDRENS HOUR MATINEE SATURDAY r From 1 to 2 P M JC Age Limit 14Years SUNDAY ONLY FROM HELL TO HEAVEN CAROLE LOMBARD JACK OAKIE DANCE MASON CITY ARMORY Saturday July 8 Goodlooking girls and attractive men will be there Come get a dancing partner and glide around under the cooling fans Air completely changed every 3 min utes Shaffers band Fine floor Everyone welcome A grand evening for only 25c DANCE SATURDAY CLIFF PERR1NE And His 11Piece Bnnd ADMISSION 75c PER COUPLE LADIES S5c GENTS 40c Sunday Night July 9 VERN WINTERS Lawrence Smith Decorah Gets Scout Eagle Award DECORAH July Smith son of Dr and Mrs Carson Smith was awarded an Eagle Scout badge Wednesday at the city park Badges were also awarded to Nil Boe first class Walter JohnsoS second class Robert Boe first clasi Carl Daly painting Paul Wulf burg scholarship Odin firemanship and Lawrence Smitff safety livesaving and camping Eayside Park SUNDAY JULY 9th SOUTH SHORECLEAR LAKE Special FRElTAttrjiction 100 Foot Death Defying Motorcycle LEAP Heavy Board Wall Crash By Jax Holder Ft Worth Texas Hits heavy board wall at tremendous speed MI DIRT TRACK MOTORCYCLE RACE MOTORCYCLE POLO SPEND SUNDAY ATMYSIDEAMUSEMENT PARK Swim at Clear Lakes finest Beach Carnival Concessions and Special Attractions Free Fireworks Display at Night Picnic ParkingSpace DANCING MON WED FRI and SUN 4DAYS4 Starting SATURDAY THEATRE Last Time Friday When Ladies Meet Robert Montgomery Ann Harding Slat 10c Eve ISc NOW Hoot Gibson The Dude Bandit with GLORIA SHEA ADDED PITTS TODD COMEDY CARTOON NEWS PAL AC i PRESENTS for 3 Days Starting SATURDAY JOHN BOLES BING CROSBY xS FRIDAY EDMUND LOWE NANCY CARROLL in I LOVE THAT MAN JEANIE LANG SLIM SUMMERVILLE THE RHYTHM BOYS JEANETTE LOFF BROX SISTERS MERNA KENNEDY CHARLES IRWIN STANLEY SMITH HARRY BARRIS LAURA LA PLANTE THE SISTERS G NANCY TORRES WILLIAM KENT NELL ODAY RUSSELL MARKERT DANCERS ICING of JAZZ ADDED SPECIALTY MORTON DOWNEY MY PAL the IN PRINCE WHITEMAN AND HIS ARTISTS TREMENDOUS SHOW AT THESE SENSIBLE PRICES TWO CELEBRITIES WHO T ENJOY BEING COSTARRED I V T T liSi Together Again in Another Male and Female Drama Enough to Make Jfou Blush RVl sV J y HEAR k JEAN 4 HARLOW sing HOLD li YOUR I Discriminating Theater Goers Always Attend the Cecil WHY He thought he was tough enough to let her take the penalty for him she knew she could do it for his sake and smile Di1 I YOU d I I nj Because Thats Where the Biggest and Best Shows Play I4KM STUART ERWIN Watch for these Great Shows Coming To The Cecil I LOVED YOU WEDNESDAY WARNER BAXTEK ELTSSA LANDI JENNIE GERHARDT with SYLVIA SIDNEY GOLD DIGGERS OF 1933 Shows Are Mad COLLEGE HUMOR with Bing Crosby Jack Oakie Burns Allen Richard Arlen Barbara Stanwyck in BABY FACE the Cecil Will Plai U11DUQUC M
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