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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 18, 1933, Mason City, Iowa                                FOUR SENTENCES ARE GIVEN 2 YOUTHS Lakota and Bancroft Boys Charged With Breaking Into R R Car BANCROFT Sept Becker Lakota and his brother Martin Bancroft were taken before Justice Behrman here Saturday morning and Robert received a sen tence of 30 days In the county jail while Martin got 15 days The boya entered a merchandise car during the night of Aug 26 at the freight yards here and stole more than worth of merchandise it was charg ed They were taken to Algona by Marshal Doleschal and a Northwest ern railway special agent Funeral Is Held for Mitchell Life Long Resident of Chickasaw NEW HAMPTON Sept neral services were held this morn ing for Louis S Mitchell retired farmer who died at his home here Friday morning following a long illness Rites were at St Josephs church the Rev T J Bowling pas tor officiating Louis Simon Mit chell was born in Jacksonville town ship Chickasaw county Feb 13 1859 He was married toMary Jarie McBride at Reilly Ridge Settlement June 9 1884 and lived on a farm in Jacksonville township until they retired to New Hampton in 1820 Survivingare his widow one daughter Mrs Frank B Griffin Lawler four sons Frederick W Mitchell St Louis Mo Leo Mit chell Lawler Raymond J Mitchell Hammond Wis and Thomas A Mitchell Cresco one sister Mrs Sarah Nugent Sacramento Cal and one brother Thomas Mitchell Atwater Cat on the farm five miles northeast of Greene where she died Besides her husband she la survived by three sisters Mrs John Morehouse of Greene Mrs Peter Wilson of Are dale and Mrs Jay Fleek of Cedar Rapids and two brothers Elia and George Tubbs both of Greene Oner brother and a sister Mrs Fleek are ill and will not attend the services MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE LONG DISTANCE SECRETARY Charles City News 13 M E Pastors Will Meet at Charles City for Sessions Thursday CHARLES CITY Sept tnct Supt J A Young of Waterloo has called a meeting of 13 pastors of the Methodist churches for Thursday afternoon Sent 21 at 2 in the First Methodist church in Charles City The Rev Collls First M E church will be the group lead er and the Rev and Mrs Collls have invited the ministers and their fam ilies to enjoy a covered dish supper following the business meeting of the ministers Methodist pastors from Riceville New Hampton Nashua Greene Marble Rock Flood Creek St FloyJ Osase St Anrgar Little Cedar Central and First M E churches in Charles City will at tend the conference Mrs Perry Funeral Is Conducted at Greene GREENE Sept 18 Funeral services for Mrs Oscar Perry 72 who died at her home Thursday afternoon were held Saturday after noon at the Rembold funeral home the Rev Lloyd A Gustafson offici ating Mrs Perry was born at Delhi Delaware county She lived 42 years Acclaimed by ress and Critics From Chicago Most ARMINC L ON THE AIR Musfe Corporation of PreienU SURF BALLROOM Clear lake Special Attraction With HAL You Mult Ste Her Hw Her Wlch Jury Called to Hear Civil Cases Set for Floyd County Trials CHARLES CITY Sept 18 Judge M P Edwards was scheduled tha when the jury was called to trv civil cases marked for trial this week The criminal cases were dls last week and Gordon Atherton deputy sheriff took H A Davis of Waterloo and Adolph to the penitentiary at Fort Madison Saturday The latter is sentenced to serve three years and Davis was given five years Pat Doran who pleaded guilty last week to driving while intoxicated and was given a suspended sentence of six months In jail was paroled to Sheriff B F Atherton Judge Edwards granted a divorce to Alice Hawks from Ernest Hawlts on the grounds of cruel and inhu man treatment They were married in Sioux Falls S Dak Oct 2 1907 and lived together In Charles Citv until April 1 1932 Davis was brought into court aft er it was found he had made an attempt to escape Using a couple of case knives which he had made Into saws he had been sawing at the bare Noise from a neighbors saw cavaredihe rasp which he made When he missed his timinghow dver Mrs A B Coon wife of the deputy heard him Investigation showed one bar sawed through and another halfway sawed through Man Detained on Bad Check Charges Slips Away From Courthouse NEW HAMPTON Sept Chckasaw county officials are hunt Ing for Harold Haines 24 who slip ped away from the Chickasaw coun ty courthouse while helping clean the floors Saturday morning Haines wantetj by North Dakota state and Minnesota officials on check charges was being held here Des Moines Man Held to Allison jury for Driving While Drunk ALLISON Sept E Wilcox of Des Molnea was arrested Friday evening on a charge of driving a motor vehicle while Intoxicated He was arraigned Saturday and waived to the grand jury Bonds were fixed at and were furn ished Wilcox was driving on the wrong side of the road on highway No 10 east of Allison Friday eve ning it was stated by officers and collided with a fruit truck whose driver was unable to get out of the road far enough to avoid the col Hson The Wilcox car was badly damaged SEPTEMBER 18 1933 ACTRESS ILL HELEN GRAY lowan to Take Dictation From Byrds Expedition JL T T tral Methodist church Monday morn mg The Rev and Mrs G C Clai sen have moved to 607 Third avenu from Coletburg where the Rev M Clausen retired from the mlnlstn The senior members of the Sunda school of the Central M E chuic gave a reception for the ministe and his wife Thursday evenin when the pastor the Rev Weslej Belling welcomed them to th church and short addresses wen made by Mrs Chris Hausor and A C Gauger CHARLES CITY BRIEFS FRIDAY SEPT 22 Advance tickets on sale at Huxtable Drug Store 116 South Federal Reception Planned for New Teachers by P T A CHARLES CITY Sept first P T A meeting this year will be held this evening In the Lin coln school A reception for the new teachers and parents in the district will be given followed by an address on Religious Training of the Child as a Foundation for Character Musical numbers will include solo by Ralph Anderson and piano solo by Helen Taylor New Pastor Assists in Service at M E Church CHARLES CITY Sept Rev George Clausen assisted with the communion service in the Cen CHARLES CITY Sept resentative and Mrs Roy Sours and Mr and Mrs A M Brlscoe spent Sunday in Cedar Rapids with Mr and Mrs Gay Ion Wood and today they motored toChicago to attend the Century of Progress John Tibeau left Saturday for Dubuque to resume his work at Col umbia college Mary LoU McQuillen left Sunday for City where she has enrolled as a freshman Merrill Smith Jr departed Sunday evening for Chicago to take up his third years work at Lake Forest academy The E R club will be entertained Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs J A JDunlap Mrs Ely DeTienne was operated on at the University hospital in Iowa City last Friday The Rev A A Rideout pastor the Baptist church will go to Ma son City to attend the Cedar Valley association meeting Wednesday and Thursday Mr and Mrs Peter Pesaer of Oel weln spent Sunday with relatives here Mrs Ella Krebs and daughter Betty are guests of her slater Mrs O C Hunter Helen Gray 22 Can Claim Title as Greatest Long Distance Secretary MOUNT PLEASANT Sept Miss Helen Gray 22 year old daugh ter of J V Gray of Mount Pleasant has a claim to the title of the worlds greatest long distance sec retary The distinction came to her as she sailed for New Zealand to as sist in the second Byrd Antarctic expedition With New Zealand as ler base she will take dictation via short wave radio from Dr Thomas C Poulter head scientitt of the ex pedition when he is making obser in froeen Little America 3200 miles away Miss Crays father who is county attorney of Henry county Is well mown to Louisa and Muscattne counties through his association vith County Attorney D N Johu on in the prosecution of the cane gamut Joiner Davlson and Roy vlcCuIlough Wapello bankers in ourt all Burlington this summer Miss Gray who has been a leader Mrs Fretheim Funeral Is Held at Ridgeway RIDGEWAY services for Mrs H J Fretheim were conducted Friday at the Madison church wth burial at the Lutheran cemetery at Decorah the Rev D C Jordahl officiating Mrs Fretheim waa bom Jan 6 1876 in Madison township On March 17 1897 she was married at Gfafton N Dak to Henry J Fretheim who survives her She Is also survived by six children Joel Mrs Henry Bak ken Herman Mrs George Ellefson of Grafton and Lloyd and Parnell at home Three Brothers and five sisters all of Grafton also survive Officers Are Elected by Lonerock Glasses Severe illness has forced Tal lulnh Bankheodstage star and daughter of Representative John Baiikhead of Alabama to with draw from the leading role of Jezebel new play of old New Orleans life by Ouen Davis Associated Press LONEROCK Sept school students have chosen the following class officers Seniors president Phillip Reilly vice presi dent Murlal Long secretary and treasurer Ruby Cherland juniors president Margaret Householder vice president Fred Bierstedt sec retary Glenn Burtis treasurer Roy Leeper sophomores president Jack Tlbbetts vice president Helen Lewis secretary Murlal Ackerson treasurer Myrtle Orvick freshmen president Bernard Reilly vice pres ident Grace Newbrough secretary Shirley Marlow treasurer Weldon Grubb uu iv icouei athletics and scientific study at owa Wesleyan will record scienti c data and conduct Dr Poulters orrespondencc Scientific language vont stump her She earned her ex enses in her senior year at Iowa Vesleyan college by helping build le with which the phy icists of the expedition will make heir measurements Annual Meeting Planned EAGLE GROVE Sept nnual meeting of the Methodist plscopal church will bo held on hursday evening Sept 21 and will e in charge of the Rev Herbert leggof Fort Dodge district super ntendent Mrs Hartwig Is Elected 1 Thornton Auxiliary Head THORNTON Sept Le gion auxiliary elected Mrs Otto Hartwig president Mrs B O Sweet vice president Mrs James Hemming second vice president Mrs Henry Chase secretary Mrs Elmer Chrlstensen treasurer Mrs Peter Wohler chaplain Mrs Harry Engebretson historian Mrs Mary Sondergaard Mrs D S Mabb and Mrs H W Alexander executive committee Brady Jackie Cooper Jimmy Du rante Frank Morgan Madge Evans Eddie Quillan May Robson and the Albertina Dancing Girls Play dates for these pictures are to be an nounced soon Mnuness opening at the Palace Tuesday is a pulsing ro mance laid amid the intrigue and adventure of old Shanghai An out standing cast is headed by Spencer Tracy and Fay Wray Tracy play ing the vole of an impulsive naval officer v Paramounts epic of the clouds The Eagle and the Hawk plays at the Strand theater Wednesday and Thursday with Fredric March Gary Grant Caiole Lombard and Jack Oakie featured It is the story of two flying comrades one a human eagle the other a hawk1 Fay Wray and Gene Raymond portray leading characterizations in Ann Carvers Profession opening at the Iowa Tuesday The film is a strikingly different story of a lovely girl who gladly takes every thing a generous world has to offer only to balk at the price she has to pay Lionel Barrymore and Miriam Hopkins are costarred in The Strangers Return plcturlzation the popular novel by Phil Stong opening at the Palace theater Thursday As the 85 year old patriarch of a farm founded and pioneered by his family Lionel Barrymore is said to have one of the most Interesting characteriza tions of his career Franchot Tone plays the principal supporting role The feature at the Strand theater Friday and Saturday is The Rus tlers RoundTJp featuring Tom Mix and his horse Tony Jr It is awestera picture with an entirely new theme s Bob Steele comes to the Iowa Friday and Saturday In Breed of the Border an action picture in vhlch Bob plays the role of an ace automobile race driver Morphew Rites Will Be Conducted Tuesday in Nora Springs Church NORA SPRINGS Sept neral services for Miss Dolores Mor phew 18 will be held Tuesday afternoon probably at 2 oclock at the Christian church with the pas tor the Rev C A Burkhart of ficiating Burial will be in the Reed cemetery north of town Miss Morphew daughter of Mr and Mrs Sturgis Morphew died Friday morn njr not far from Denver Colo where she had gone hoping to re jam her health The body wag ex pected to arrive this afternoon All of her brothers and sisters are to be here to attend the funeral ex cept two brothers Donald and Darrell who have not been reach ed so far Iraq King Burled BAGHDAD Iraq Sept 18 King Feiaal was burled today with simple ceremonies Buses have become popular for city and interurban use in Italy I USE HYDRAULIC BRAKES 6OO TIMES A DAY NTESVEW WITH JOSEPH PREHER DtV CIRCULATION MOR LOUISVItlE KY No more of the old kind for me after owning a Plymouth NINETYFIVE newsstands wait eagerly for Joe Preher to come rushing around every time a new edition hi tsthestreec Hes got to make time keep a splitsecond scheduleslam on brakes 600 times n day Working his brakes so hard on his former car cost him plenty for adjustments and re lining But with Plymouths hydraulic brakes Its a far different story Theyre al UYJjwequalizedAndbrakDHnlngsIastlonger Brakes are not the only thing that must stand upon JoePrehers cars For he puts 50000 miles a year on the speedometer His car Is still tight as a drum at 12000 miles Floating Power engine mountings helped do that It stands to reason too youll avoid rattles with n welded safety steel body that has no joints to loosen Look at the things that make a car up when you look at all three lowpriced we think youll pick a Plymouth STANDARD MOOELS priced to J510 DeLuxo to 1595 are nubject o chanfte out notice All prices Factory Detroit Mich PLYMOUTH SIX At MasonCity THEATERS Mat 15c Eve 20c Children lOc LAST TIME MONDAY ADDED LAUREL AND HARDY COMEDY SNAPSHOTS AND NEWS STARTS TUESDAY PITY 1 MAD LOVE AND THREW IT AWAV ANN CARVERS PROFESSION With FAY WRAY Gene Raymond Claire Dodd HARRY LANGDON COMEDY FLOATING POWER SAFETYSTEEL BODY HYDRAULIC BRAKES Penthouse tho current attrac tion at the Cecil is outstanding for Its exceptionally interesting plot The story has been running serially in Cosmopolitan and the millions who read the story will now wel come the opportunity to tee it as a motion picture Arthur Somers Roche is the author and the star ring cast includes Warner Baxter Myrna Loy Charles Butterworth Phillips Holmes Mae Clark and C Henry Gordon The film concerns the people who live atop New York skyscrapers In penthouse apart ments What happens to girls vho foil In lovo men they cant marry Such is the predicament of Carol Jane and Letty three daughters of a modern skin game featured in Beauty For Sale closing at the Palace Monday The roles of the three girls are taken by Madge Evans Una Merkel and Alice Brady and the story is an adap tion of Beauty by Faith Baldwin Mae Robson and Phillips Holmes head the supporting cast RumonNovarro U featured at the Strand theater Monday and Tues day in The Barbarian with Myr na Loy Youll Be thrilled by this son of the Nile as he croons soft melo dies and makes love beneath the ro mantic moon Reginald Denny is prominently cast Ladies They Tnlk About star ring Barbara Stanwyck shows for the last times Monday at the Iowa theater It Is a story of women in their lives their thoughts their hopes and loves Written by a woman who sreved time in San Quentin prison Other featured players are Preston Foster Lyle Talbot and Lillian Roth Two screen attractions of excep tional merit billed for the Cecil in the near future are Charlie Chans Greatest Case with Warner Oland Heather Broad way to Hollywood starringAlice with SlADGE EVANS UNA MERKBL ALICE BRADY MAY ROBS O A PHILLIPS HOLMES HIT AFTER HIT COMES TO THE PALACE 20cMat Ev30c SINGING SONGS OF THE NILE Starts MONDAY Jfafnon NOVARRO Starts MARCH EAGLE AND THE HAWK TODAY A SENSATIONAL HIT OF THE NEW SHOW SEASON to the screen THK MOST CRITICAL ENTERTAIN MENT TASTES ARE SATISFIED AT THE CECIL A Dcvil M ayCare Adventurer SHANGHAI MADNESS SPENCER TRACY FAY WRAY COT SCENE MONDAY NIGHT The GIRLS COTS will be brought on the floor duriog 15 minute rest period How do they rest Do they sleep the medical care given by nurses and trainers AN UNUSUAL OPPORTUNITY Who Will Be the Next to Go Out WORLDS CHAMPIONSHIP Walkathon Marathon ARMORY FOR 40 AND 8 MILK FUND 254 HOUR MARK PASSED WITH 12 COUPLES VAUDEVILLE ACTS 24 HOURS OF ENTERTAINSIENT COMEDIANS SONGS AND DANCE FEATURES A rlmiecinn 25c from 1 A M to P M AtUllldMUU 40C from P M to A M i   

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