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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 11, 1933, Mason City, Iowa                                FOUR MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE SEPT 11 1935 SURF BALLROOM CLEAR LAKE ERNIE PALMQUIST ORCHESTRA AND HIS THURSDAY GENTS 40o SEPT 14 LADIES 35c Cec Hurst Sat Sept 16 Carleton Coon Jr SUNDAY SEPT 17 Hal Kemp Fri Sept 22 B NOW and TUBS 15c Eve 20c Children 10 o PAT OBRIEN EVECVN BRIKT NEIL HAMILTON MASIY BRIAN LOUU C4UURN CARTOON COMEDY NOVELTY AND NEWS At Mason Gity THEATERS Beginning Friday of this week the Cecial theater will inaugurate a new policy The plan is to pre sent a high class stage show Friday Saturdayand Sunday of each week in conjunction with the screen at tractions Some of the finest vaude ville talent in the country has Been secured and theater patrons are assured seeing great shows this fall The picture to lie shown with the opening stage production will he Devils In Love starring Vic tor Jory and Loretta Young Turn Back the Clock one of the mostunusual stories ever pro duced as a motion picture closes at the Palace Monday evening Lee Tracy enacts the leading part re living twenty years of his life benefiting by the experiences he encountered the first time through When you see Turn Back the Clock youll say there is some thing new under the sun The original musical comedy Sunny Side Up thought by many to be the finest ever brought to the screen is the current attraction at the Strand theater That popular pair of lovers Charles Farrell and Janet Gaynor have the supporting EXPLORING THE HISTORY OF IOWA By JOHN ELY BRIGGS UNIT NO 2 HOW IOWA WAS DISCOVERED roles with El Brendel and Marjorie White heading the supporting cast The World Gone Mad Iowa 2 To Learn About the Lewis and Clark Expedition Napoleon needed money Maybe the territory between the Mississippi River and the Rocky Mountains which he had recovered from Spain was a worthless wilderness anyway Besides he might not be able to keep Louisiana if he tried And so he sold the whole enormous tract of 828 000 square miles to the United States for of the most valuable river val ley in the world for less than three cents an acre In 1803 when Louisiana be came a part of the United States very little was known about that western country Neither the nation that sold nor the nation that bought could say how far the terri tory extended north or south or west where the rivers and mountains were or what In dian tribes inhabited the re CEC1IL3 3 BIG DAYS Starting FRIDAY HUGE STAGE SHOWI BIG TIME TOEVILLE A STAGE SHOW ALL NORTH IOWA WILL BE PROUD OF THE Devils in Love LORETTA YOUNG VICTOR JOKY Read the Want Ads 3 CECIL FILMDOMS MOST POPULAR STAR Tuesday tells the story of a crusad ing district attorney caught in the mesh of his own righteousnessr aisin by hired killers because he knew too much A splendid starring cast includes Pat OBrien Evelyn Brent eNil Hamilton and Mary Brian Ronald Colman plays at the Cecil theater in The Masquerader through Tuesday a picture that outDrummonds Drumomnd a fast moving story of mystery rapidfire succession of surprises and sus pense that keeps you constantly on edge Colman plays dual roles in the picture and feminine leads are taken by Elissa Landi and Juliette Compton In the good old days being a mod el for a dress manufacturer meant more than just showing the dresses it was more complicated than that as you will learn from the film She Had to Say Tes opening at the Palace theater Tuesday Loretta Young plays the role of one of these models and in order to get orders from important buyers It was neces sary for her to play sweetheart to wayward husbands Others of im portance in the cast are Lyle Tal bot Winnie Lightner and Regis Toomey Those funny fellows ofj the screen Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy play at the Strand theater Wednesday and Thursday in their feature length comedy The Devils Brother Youve laughed at their other fea tures and thoroughly enjoyed their short never forget them in this latest laugh riot Oth ers in the cast are Theima Todd and Dennis King A maniac with a propensity for slaying and then pinning a telltale newspaper headline MANIAC KILLS AGAIN on the bodies of his victims provides some of the many thrills in the mystery drama Night of Terror showing at the owa theater Wednesday and Thurs day That master of spooky roles Bela Lugosi is starred with Sally Blane and Wallace Ford He tried to be n brute and she thought it was love They got along fine as long as she stayed in her place and that was between the gion Even before the deal had been completed President Jef ferson made plans to send an expedition to explore the Mis souri River to find a waterway to the Pacific Ocean if possible to study the Indian tribes and to observe the quality of the soil mineral deposits cli mate vegetation and animal life For this dangerous and painstaking workJefferson chose his private secretary Meriwether Lewis a man of adventurous spirit and Wil liam Clark an able frontiers man Both were daring intel ligent resourceful loyal to their country and experienced in military service Moreover they were close friends With them went 43 picked men strong brave and train ed to endure hardships of the wilderness Besides 21 regular soldiers who volunteeredthere were several hunters and in terpreters and a Negro slave Only one of the married a French interpreter His wife the noble Indian girl Sacagawea accompanied her husband and guided the expe dition across the mountains On May 14 the party left St Louis in a long keelboat and two large flatbottomed rowboats Very laboriously they pushed against the swift current of the Missouri When the wind was in the right di rection they put up sails but WILLIAM CLARK most of the time the men had to row or walk along the shore and pull the boats with ropes Sometimes they got stuck on sandbars or snagged by trees in the muddy water It was the 18th of July before they paased the northern boundary of Missouri For more than a month the explorers traveled along the western border of Iowa They moved slovyly observing the country going ashore to hunt and visiting the Indians Some times they camped on the Ne braska side of the river and sometimes on the Iowa side but they preferred to tie up at an island where they were less likely to be molested Vio lent thunderstorms often drenched them to the skin and occasionally the wind nearly upset their boats Near the mouth of the Boyer River they saw traces of a terrific hurri cane which had snapped off trees four feet in diameter The mosquitos were vicious To add to their discomfort many of the men were troubled with boils About ten miles above the mouth of the Platte river the expedition camped for four days while the men hunted and fished dried provisions mended oavs and explored the country The leaders senl scouts to invitethe Indians to a council for theywere eager to learn about the tribes ant show their friendship Mean while they worked on their maps and reports made notes concerning the high hills o1 yellow clay listed the kinds ol timber they saw and feasted on wild grapes venison tur MERIWETHER LEWIS vere away on the plains hunt ng buffalo but a few Otoes and Missouris agreed to meet he explorers farther up the river With a good deal of anxiety Lewis and Clark await ed their first council The cere mony was held on ahigh hill since known as Council Bluff about 20 miles north of Omaha n Nebraska Captain Lewis made a speech that the In dians could not understand but the six chiefs replied cordally The Indians were almos naked wrote Clark in his diary having no covering ex cept a sort of breechcloth around the middle with a loos blanket or buffalo robe paint ed thrown over them When key grouse and fat catfish Many of the Indian braves Jlark passed the mouth of the 3ig Sioux River and left the owa country on their long ourney to the Pacific Ocean wice the winter winds laid jlankets of snow over the grave of Sergeant Floyd and wice the prairie flowers blos omed on his hilltop before the explorers returned At last on September 4 1806 the boats rounded the great bend in the iver and pulled up at the foot fds bluff The grave had been partly open the speaking was finished presents were distributed a tokens of friendship While the explorers were preparing for the Indian coun cil one of the French inter preters disappeared Four day later a soldier left camp am failed to return Immediately a party was sent back to find th two men while the expeditiot moved slowly up the crooke course of the river At om place after rowing twelv miles they were within 37i yards of the place where thej started In a few days the de serters were found among th Indians and the soldier wa brought back tocamp but th Frenchman escaped his cap tors and was never seen again On Sunday August 19th Charles Floyd one of the thre sergeants in the company be came suddenly ill with coli All night he was terribly sic at his stomach and the nex day he grew steadily worsi The boats landed at two ocloc nd soon afterward Sergeant died He was buried on a high luff about half a mile below a mall river named in his honor vhich flows through Sioux ity The grave of this soldier at all times gave us proof f his firmness and determined esolution to do service to his ountry and honor to himself vas marked by a cedar post vith his name and the date of is death carved on it The next day Lewis and Charles CityNews 40 Businesshouses at Charles City Support New Scrip Type Issue CHARLES CITY Sept new kind of scrip plan was started here last week by the Good Egg as sociation In which 40 business houses have joined Each member paid the sum of 5250 and four pro duce houses paid each mailing the aum of 5200 Interest on at 10 per cent Scrip has been issued for 52000 and the plan is to induce the farm ers to sell some of their eggs for scrip which will add 10 per cent to the selling price The farmers in turn can use this scrip in payment of merchandise at anj one of the 40 stores in Charles City The scrip will be redeemable at full value without interest on Sept 1 1934 but in case anyone wishes to cash the coupons before that time they may do so at 8 per cent discount The plan is to keep the 2000 in constant circulation in Charles City for when it is turned into the stores and other business places some of it will be used to pay help who In turn will pass it on in trade at the 40 stores for if they cash it before Sept 1 1934 they must do so at a discount B Wood May is president of the Good Egg association guests of their sister Mrs A J Morean and family Mrs G M Core left today for Chicago to attend the Century of Progress and visit relatives Dr Fred Henke of Meadvllle Pa spoke at the Central M B church yesterday morning Mr and Mrs Ira Daniels of Gary Ind are guests at the home of Mrs A B C Dodd and of Mr and Mrs J A Clay if Floyds bluff vhich ed by Indians or wolves was illed up again and the ser geants comrades lean and Drown after their strenuous voyage proceeded on their homeward way Pestered by mosquitoes at night and eager to finish their tedious job the boatmen plied their oars steadily from day light till dark One day they traveled 78 miles In less than a week they passed along the western border of Iowa It was noon on September 23 1806 when Lewis and Clark brought their expedition safely into port at St Louis They had traveled more than 6600 miles through an unknown wilder ness risked all the hazards of the elements encountered hos tile savages and mapped an overland route to Oregon ACTIVITY HINTS 1 What would a person see in Iowa now if he traveled the route of Lewis and Clark 2 What good did this trip Funeral for Ellis at Congregational Church With Pastor in Charge CHARLES CITY Sept eral services for Charles D Ellis 83 were to be heldat his home 303 West Kelly street this afternoon at 4 oclock with the Rev E W Huel ster pastor of the Congregational church officiating and burial will be in Riverside cemetery Mr Ellis died Friday night at following several years of failing health Of his six children only the two sons Melvin W and Carlisle who live here will be able to attend the 2 at Hayfield Suffer Cuts When Bottle of Tomato Juice Explodes HAYFIELD Sept Mr and Mrs A M Sarchett were exam ining and storing some bottled to mato juice in their cellar here Sat urday one of the bottles exploded The flying glass struck Mr Sar chett on the side of his lace cutting his ear and Mrs Sarchett in the neck They drove to Forest City to a hospital at once where Mrs Sar chett received medical attention and the bleeding was stopped by the use of four clamps Mrs Sarchett is resting in her home here with a very stiff neck Mr Sarchett is H S coach here Practical Nurse Finds GlyCas Best Of All Could Hardly Walk With Rheu matism Indigestion Caused Untold Misery Now Feels She Is Entirely Well Able to Work Every Day Among the numerous cases of se vere and long standing suffering in this which everything else medical authorities and all kinds of medicines had failed to re lieve and then this powerful new do for Iowa T 3 Learn all funeral Four daughters Mrs Mal com Dana who is in Maine Mrs Carl Kinsley Weatfield N J Miss Constance Ellis in San Diego Cal and Mrs Robert Barrett who at present is in New Mexico will he absent They were all here to see their father this summer Mr Ellis came here in 1867 and was a prom inent lawyer banker and industrial ist GlyCas medicine brought results you can about Sergeant Ployd Find a picture of his monument 4 Make a bar graph show ing the increase in the value of Iowa land from 1803 to 1933 The government paid the Indians about cents an acre and the settlers paid the gov ernment 5125 an acre Named by Pfund CHARLES CITY Sept C Pfund state director 61 the Na tional Reemployment Service an nounced the appointment of the fol lowing committee lor Floyd county Chairman C C Smith Charles City A J Clarence Smalley C W McFarland all of Charles City and Grover Galvln of Rockford CHARLES CITY BRIEFS COLMAN In a fast moving mystery ro mance with a rapid firo succes sion of surprises and suspense that keeps you constantly on edge iThe Masquerader ELISSA Added LANDI RUTH ETTING Technicolir Cartoon Stnrts Wednesday WARREN WILLIAM JOAN BLONDELL In Goodbye Again Cecil Shows Are Hard to Beat Any Day of the Week LAST TIMES TODAY JLTRACY pages of the sizzling love stories he wrote for a million adoring readers Just imagine the fun when she comes to life as a red hot blond and makes him do the very things he made her do in his latest best seller Warren Williams and Joan Blondell are costarred in the pic ture entitled Goodbye Again playing at the Cecil theater Wed nesday and Thursday Low Ayres is the star of Dont Bet on Love opening at the Palace theater Tlusday Its the story of youths dramatic gamble with the only thing in life piness Ginger Rogers plays oppo site Lew Ayres MAKE IT YOUR HABIT TO ATTEND THE PALACE 20M 30C Starts TUESDAY CAN A BUSINESS STAY GOOD AND MAKE GOOD The only reason there arent new forms of taxes is because the law malting bodies havent had time to think them Constitu tion HBHIH JANET GAYNOR ri CHAHIES pARRELL The Screens First Talking Musical fes Comedy SUNNY SIDE UP with MARJORIE WHITE EL BRENDEL 15 Where Can You Find Better Shows at Mat Eve 20 STARTS WEDNESDAY stan Laurel OIlvcr Hardy The Devils Brother FIRE DESTROYS FOUR BUILDINGS Blaze on Rudd Farm Thought Originated From New Hay in Barn RUDD Sept corn cribs ay barn silo and hog house on the Clarence Klemsrud place 64 miles lorth and 1 mile west of Rudd were urned Saturday night New hay in the barn it is believed caused pantaneous combustion Between two and three thousand bushels corn were in the cribs Last light they watched the premises all night as embers were still burning The Nora Springs fire de artment was called Increase Is Shown in Rail Employment During Last Month WASHINGTON Sept 11 The interstate commerce commis sion announced today that railroad employment reached 1014879 men on August 15 the first time this figure has passed the millionmark since October 1932 when it was 1016951 The August employment was an increase or 25749 over that of the preceding month and marked I first month in which an mcrei was shown this year over the corres ponding period last year It was a gain of 349 per cent over August 1932 Correct this sentence She al ways asks what is In the medicine I give her said the doctor but I dont get sore about Star WORLDS CHAMPIONSHIP Walkathon Marathon Conducted by 40 and 8 of American Legion City They Have Been Going More Than 90 Hours 15 Solo Remain SPECIAL TONITE COT SCENE COTS will be placed on the floor See what happens during the 16 minute rest period How are they taken care they sleep How do they the nurses and trainers 25c from AM to PM 40c from P M to A M Vaudeville Songs Dances Music Features Pick Your Favorites and Help Them Win JIRS JOSIE HOLLAND which were actually amazing is that of Mrs Jbsie Holland 211 12th Street N W Mason City known and respected practice ANOTHER PARTY STRUGGLE SEEN Acllree West Union Denies Sending Statement of Appointment WEST UNION Sept Tats of Fayette county already en gaged in a struggle over the chair manship of the county committee appear to have developed another itruggle over the vice chairmanship r head of the womens political vork for that party in the county Mrs Grace M Cooley Clermont s vice chairman of the Fayette county democratic county commit tee A notice signed Mrs Flora C Itter Iowa chairwoman national democratic committee was re ceived by several newspapers in layette county and published by hem The letter stated that the undersigned talces great pleasure in announcing that Miss Grace M Cooley of Clermont Fayette county chairwoman of the democratic county committee has been appoint ed to take charge of the womans division of the national recovery ad ministration in Fayette county B A Mcllrec West Union form er postmaster in West Union and former chairman oC the democratic county committee authorized the statement Saturday that he had communicated with Mrs Etter and had her authority for saying she had sent out no auch notice of Mrs Cooleys appointment Meanwhile the issuer will be joined in district court between County Chairman Albert Paul Oel wein and his enemies within the party Paul obtained a temporary injunction July 21 in the Oelwein superior court restraining members of the democratic county committee from holding a meeting in West Union for purposes of reorganiza tion The application to male this injunction permanent has been tak en to district court on change of venue and will come up in the term which Judge W L Eichendorf of McGregor convened today in West Union x CHARLES CITY Stpe marriage license was Issued to Don ald C Harris of Grundy Center and Mrs Martha Gibson of Marshall town New officers elected by the Eve ning auxiliary of the First Method ist church are Mrs Ruth Melcer president Merle Laughlin vice president Myrtle Raymond secre tary and treasurer Sopha Magd sick Miss Barbara Blake rift today for Columbia Mo where she has en rolled in Stephens college She re turned last evening from Forest City where she attended a house party given by Janice Thompson William Hausberg also attended the party which included a number from Des Molnes Bert Brlner has purchased a bar ber shop in Floyd Mrs Elizabeth Angell of Los Angeles Cal and Mrs Harriet Hovvland of Behlehem Pe and daughter from New York city are towns the Evangelical church Read her remarkable statement made recently GlyCas is does what it claims to do she said In digestion and constipation had both ered me for years at times I could hardly go my side hurt so I began taking this new GlyCas with little hope but to my surprise I showed great improvement from the first box My bowels were regulated al most at once eat any food I wish with no ill effects afterwards sleep good and feel fine I waa also both ered with fainting spells too had to sit down to keep from falling but GlyCas corrected that Then rheu matism which had settled in my ankles nearly crippled me until I could hardly get arouud but now that has left me entirely and I feel I am entirely well again able to work every day It is wonderful to fell so good again and I can truth fully say GlyCas has given me a new lease on life For further facts regarding GlyCas merit phone 2472 or call at my home It is a med icine worth a trial by all sufferers GlyCa3 is sold by Michaels Drug Co 5 So Federal Ave and by all leading drug stores in surrounding Lawyers Tlan Chautauqua EMMETSBUKG Sept annual midwinter Chautauqua for lawyers of the fourteenth judicial district will be held here Dec 8 it decided at a meeting of the Emmetsburg Bar association held at the Kermorc hotel Saturday night Were Not Afraid of the Storms Atmospheric and financial storms are bound to man has yet found a way them But sturdy business men and sound conservative banks have learned by experience how to ride em out Let us help you and yours to safely ride out the financial storms of the future NORTHWEST SAVINGS BANK Mason City Iowa A Northwest Bancorporation BanK   

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