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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 18, 1933, Mason City, Iowa TWO CHURCHES MEETS Stephenson of Forest City Elected Group Head at Hayfield Session HAYFJELD Oct group brotherhood from Methodist churches in Lake Mills Buffalo Cen ter Forest City Lakota Thompson Woden Crystal Lake and Hayfieid held a monthly meeting in the local Methodist church Monday evening with more than SO men in attend MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE CHARLES CITY NEWS Bode Gives Game Goal in Address at Charles City The program consisted of singing led by A M Sarogett several selec tions by the Pringle orchestra short talks by W F Mertz and L B Craft The main address of the eve ning was an address on brotherhood by the Rev T Earnest Hoon pas tor of the Garner church The following officers were elect ee President R W Stephensen Forest City vice president R A Bowen Buffalo Center secretary treasurer R A Shefflebeln Woden The next monthly meeting will held at Crystal Lake be WILL START WORK ON C C C CAMP Buildings to Be Erected in McGregor Tourist Park for Youths MCGREGOR Oct win start this week on building winter quarters for the civilian conserva tion corps camp to be located In the Tourist park here The camp main taincd at Hokah Minn the past six months consisting of 234 men wil be moved to the McGregor location as soon as buildings are ready It is expected this will be about Nov 1 Lieut F Eicbner officer in charge of the Hokah camp was in Mc Gregor Monday making arrange ments for construction of buildings to start at once Nine buildings are to be put barracks a mess hall hospital officers quarters headquarters building and bath louse All lumber hardware and other materials are to be bought of local merchants Local labor recruited from the number of those wanting work listed with the local reem ployment representative will be em ployed in erecting the buildings joice TeacHer Burned by Starting Fite at School WitHKerosene Oct Evelyn Arneson teacher suffered burns on her face and right arm yesterday when she was starting the fire at the school with kerosene The oil exploded scorching her clothing and leaving the most severe burns on her face Her physician stated there would be no scars after healing She will start teaching again Thursday Explains Why Much Work I Being Done in Southern Part of State CHARLES Streams well CITY stocked Oct with fish woodlands restored relief and rec reation areas control of stream po luUon and cooperation and continu ity of a 25 year plan conserva tion was explained by I T Bode o the fish and game commission o Iowa to the members of the Worn ans club and their guests last eve nlng at the Y M C A The pla sponsored by the Iowa board of con servation and the fish and gam commission was decided upon afte Jacob L Crane Jr of Chicago as aiated by other experts in Iowa made a survey of the states re sources In the past Mr Bode said ther had been overlappingand som waste of funds by the differen state agencies In charge of fish game state parks and stream pollu tion Reclaesification of Iowa parks acquisition of additional Ian for preserves and sanctuaries pre serving spots of historical interes and a number of lake development is embodied in the recommendation of Mr Crane The out of doors of which th farmer Is custodian must be pre served for posterity and coopera tion of local interest is needed wa the plea of Mr Bode who has been busy goingabout the state takinj care of the problems that come ti the attention of the fish and garni commission He told about reoen steps taken in the southern part o the state to carry out a stale wide program and added the board had received some criticism because ai present more funds were spent there Mr Bode detailed the neglect the southern part of the state had suf ered in the past because pressure lad been brought in other quarters or conservation work and referred o the fact that no hatcheries were ocated there and stream pollution was extreme there because many orthern cities emptied the sewage into the river The fact that north eastern Iowa had about 300 miles of streams suitable for trout and po tential possibilities for bass fishing as the best in the country was men tioned by the speaker Mrs Paul Bishop chairman of the garden and home department pre sided atthe meeting which opened with two songs by tlie American Ije gjon auxiliary quartet Mrs Frank Nies president of the clubintro duced Mr Crane CHARLES CITY BRIEFS Mueske of Ionia Dies Funeral Service Will Be Conducted Thursday IONIA Oct e r m a n Mueske 6i died yesterday in St Josephs hospital New Hampton where he had been ill more than a He Is survived by his wife and one daughter Mrs Olga Rose Ionia and one son Orlin Mueske of Manly who has been here several days during his fathers illness The funeral will be at the Lutheran church in Ionia Thursday afternoon at 2 oclock The Rev A F Kar sten of Alta Vista will officiate and tmrial will be in Cedar View ceme tery Chlckasaw 2 Stacyville Youths Sentenced and Paroled OSAGE Oct youthful offenders were sentenced to the re formatory at Eldora yesterday and later paroled to theirfathers They were Benedict Schmitt and Maurice Ganser of Stacyville The charge was breaking and entering the Frank Mauer residence at Mitchell Oct 8 Cases set for hearing are Oct 19 First Trust Joint Stock bank vs Ham Prudential in surance company vs Kleinwort et at The Buhler vs McWhorter case has opened CHARLES CITY Oct message was received announcing the death of Mrs F A LaPortc Sr at Paw Paw HI three days after the funeral of her husband Mrs LaPorte had been ill several years The family formerly lived in this community Frank W Ferry and Agnes The ma Becker of Kansas City Mo were married in the city hall by Justice John McGeeney They will live in Kansas City Five cans of small mouthedi black bass were placed in the Cedar river by the federal flah department yes terday It is understood that this is the first time in 40 years that this kind of fish has been placed In the river John Borschall representing the I O O F in this district went to Council Bluffs to attend the annua encampment the Iowa graxic lodge Harold Clark is here for a ten days visit with his mother Mrs J P Clark Mr Clark is connected with the Ferguson automotive pub llcations in New York City although he lives in Philadelphia Mrs Mary Leaman 80 broke he wrist Monday when she fell In the yard of her daughter Mrs C H Danforth Funeral services for William E Mrs Ferguson Funeral Is Held in Swea City SWBA CITY Oct Alton Ferguson 49 died at the Fairmont clinic Monday from anemia and other complications having been ill for several iveeks She Is survived by her husband two sons and two daughters Funeral services were held this afternoon at the Immanuel Lutheran church with the Rev Ray mond Swanson in charge Tis easy now to hold a fire Throughout the night when folks retire Your troubles and worry are over now Just Phone 888 and well tell you how FIRESIDE FUEL CO Boylewill be held Thursday at the HauRer funeral home with the Rev G A Hess officiating The body will be taken to Livermore for burial Guy Garber of Marble Rock is in the hospital for a minor operation 300PBESENTAT BUREAU BANQUET Kline Gives Main Address at Program Presented in Charles City CHARLES CITY Oct than 300 attended the Floyd county Farm Bureau and 4H club banquet in the Ellis auditorium last evening A ruralorchestra played while the dinner was served by the 4H club girls Earl Wlnterink president of the Floyd county Farm Bureau gave the address of welcome after which Helen Taylor of Charles City played a piano solo Vanlta Schmidt gave a reading followed by a stunt by the Pep 4H club Short talks were given by Nola Buell 4H club queen repre senting the Sunshine Workers club and Don Roberts of the Rudd Rust lers club A quartet of Charles City businessmen sang after which the main address was given by A B Kline of the Iowa Farm Bureau Fed eration Dr J B Miner acted as toastmas ter The awarding of honors was made by H Brown county agent At Mason City THEATERS Two surging love stories live In Golden Harvest the current at raction playing through Friday at ae Cecil These romances between iichard Arlen and Julie Haydon nd Cheater Morris and Genevleve obin have as their background the ysterical activity in the Chicago rfieat pit and the turbulent Iowa arm strikes As a special added tage attraction at night shows nly the Cecil offers its first an ual radio revue of 12 acts All lo al talent inan hour of music fun ana frolic The atage will hetrans ormed into a broadcasting station n This radio revueis ponsored by 12 local business con erns A great spectacle of modern mes Cecil B DeMilles This Day nd Age opens Wednesday at the alace It is the story of the strug gle of the youth of an average com munity to oust the towns submer slve influences such as racketeers and gangsters after all efforts of the adult community have failed peMUie has brought together for this picture a cast of the more ex pert young players of Hollywood in cluding Richard Cromwell Eddie Nu gent Ben Alexander and Judith Al len Filling the roles of the adult members of the cast are Charles Biekford Harry Green Fuzzy Knight Bradley Page and George Barbie r For the first time In many tures Kay Francis current star of Mary Stevens M D now at the Strand wears her hair the way she wore it when she entered pictures combing it straight back from her face This coiffure lends her a very businesslike aspect in keeping with her role as a woman doctor 4 0 Victor McLaglen star in Laugh ing at Life which runs through Thursday at the Iowa theater has had a life as interesting as most of his pictures Born in London he spent most of his early life in South Africa where he served with a Brit ish volunteer regiment in the Boer war He was later with a British regiment in Mesopotamia during the World war where he gained quite a reputation as a boxer and wrestler Returning to England Mc Laglen made his film debut there in 1930 coming to the United States soon after Thus his role as a sol dier of fortune in Laughing at Life suits him ideally Night Flight with a cast head ed by six recognized and Lionel Barrymore Helen Hayes Clark Gable Robert Mont gomery and Myrna a real istic portrayal of the tragedy and thrills which are combined in fly ing the airmail This picture starts Saturday for a four day run at the Cecil theater Life is not a bowl of cherries its a bunch of spinach This is the contention of Slim Summervilie and Zasu Pitts comedians co starred in Love Honor and Oh Baby In fact the entire plot of the picture hangs on nothing more than some spinach and a few creamed carrots Love Honor and Oh Baby and Bureau of MIss mg Persons with Glenda Farrell Pat OBrien Bette Davis and Lewis Stone make up the big double fea ture program starting at the Pal ace Saturday At the Iowa FIrday and Saturday i Drum Taps Ken Maynards atest picture dealing with Kens ifforts to foil the attempts of a company of landgrabbers to drive homesteaders off their claims In its drive against these crooks Ken las the assistance of Boy Scout roopNo 107 of Los Angeles and nany scout maneuvers are interest ingly depicted during the show Just a sensitive girl who climbed the ladder of success wrong by vrong None other than beautiful ilae West who is coming to the Ce il theater very soon with Cary The ORIGINAL Corn Flakes When you are offered a substitute for genuine Kclloggs remember it is seldom in the spirit of service PT BATTIE CHEER Walkathon Marathon Benefit of 4V and 8 Milk Fund CONTEST ENDS TONITE Hear the Final Gong Declaring the Winner and Ending the Contest ALL CONTESTANTS NITE With all of the participants back as a part of the Grand Climax and Spectacular Entertainment Who Will Be the Girl Champion One Solos Remain At the 974 Hour Mark Dont Miss the Biggest Nite of the Entire Contest OCTOBER 18 1933 IDEAL SECRETARY Julia MucLeay of Kalanm zpo Mich was selected as tho ideal secretary in competition with 100 other girls at tho na tional convention of Alpha Iota sorority In South Bend Ind Associated Press Grant in Im No Angel And by the way West takes Grant like Grant took Richmond to this one The Blue Ridge Mountaineers fron tho Blue Ridge mountains of North Carolina a company of 12 happy mountain musicians will appear a the Palace three days starting ncxl Wednesday When an underworld big shot de cides to turn gentleman give up Now 100 Per Cent B NT ERTAINMENT VICTOR MLACLEH LAUGHING Something Startlngly Different REBIRTH OF A NATION Startling In Sweep Dramatic in Intensity 5000 strong pitting young courage against evil cor ruptionhurling their bombshell of defiance at the vultures who live on the fat of the land CEniBDeMILLE shows us where were heading in THIS DAY AND ACE A Paramount Picture The First Great Spectacle of Modern Times 1 PLUS Grantland Rice MARCH OF THE CHAMPIONS Paramount Novelty MORNING NOON AND NIGHT Latest News NOW SHOWING COSfiWO SATURDAY Houble Feature Program Slim Pitts Love Honor and Oh Baby and Bureau of Missing Persons rumrunning for tea dances ex change his machine guns for hooks on philosophy and expensive etch ings trade in his liquor trucks for polo ponies when he begins to talk with a broad A lapsing into a bit of French now and In short he tries to muscle in on so ciety the result is likely to be hi lariously funny Such is the case in The Little Giant appearing at the Strand Friday and Saturday featuring Edward G Robinson and Mary Astor Mrs Amelia E Dobel 77 Manly Is Buried MANLY Oct ser vices for Mrs Amelia B Dobel 11 who died Monday following va short illness were held this afternoon at the St Pauls Evangelical church The Rev Karl Rest had charge of the services The Rebekab lodge of which Mra Dobel was a member held a brief service at the church MAT 15c EVE 20o Today ENDS THURSDAY Site uas a Woman Doctor who knew ninrM But Mhy didnt take the advice she gave to clher unmarried th f KAY FRANCIS Glenda Farrell Lyle Talbot to the delicate theme of this picture it is not recommended for children CO AND SATURDAY Return EDWARD G ROBINSON in LITTLE GIANT ENDS FRIDAY irrs Dobel was born Dee 9 1850 at Saxony Germany Her husband August Dobel preceded her in death two years ago Burial was at Manly Guest From Rapids Emma Hempal oif Cedar Rapids is a gueat of her brother Harry Hempal and family CECIL THEYRE COMING SATURDAY A dmmn und cnrn lover of motion t iirts would ivn n t STARTS TODAY BIG DOUBLE I OK THE SCREEN DRAMA THAT SOWS THE WIND AND REAPS THE WHIRLWIND HUNGER For Power and One Woman Forbidden Him HUNGER For the justice that will starve a nation HUNGER Of the heartof the body that must be fed A powerful drama of Iowa Farm Strikes Mortgage Foreclosures AS THEV SOW SO DO THE REAP GOLDEN HARVES KJ RICHARD CHESTER ARLEN MORRIS KOSCO ATES JULIE HAVDON GENEVIEVE TOBIN On the Stage NIGHT SHOWS ONLY Zt SEE A BROAD CASTING STATION IN OPERATION ITS FIRST ANNUAL RADIO LOCAL TALENT One Hour of I SPONSORED BY THE FOLLOWING MERCHANTS 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