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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 21, 1933, Mason City, Iowa                                j FOUR MEET AT NORA SPRINGS sMany Features on Program I Address Is Presented by Father LaVallette j NORA SPRINGS Nov The county American Legion and jiuxlliary meeting was held in the Region hall here Monday evening fred Frudden commander of the Tora Springs H D S post wel comed the large delegation of vis tors from Rockford Marble Rock Oharles City Floyd and Rudd and the program given by talent Four numbers were sung by the Aigh school boys glee club under direction of Superintendent Bo rard Mrs Giovanni Poole directed numbers of childrens lances A one act comedy was giv ui by seven members of the Har inony club most of the members oeing members of the auxiliary The olay was Bursting Bridget j Mrs C O Yenerich of Rockford Chairman of the county auxiliary a brief talk and Mrs Messer 3mtu of Charles City county Chairman of the publicity depart ment followed Mrs Katinka Han ion of Decorah also gave a talk SIrs Hanson is fourth district com MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE mitteewoman and has charge o the publicity department Mrs Henry Lucas local president of th auxiliary introduced these speaker and welcomed the auxiliaries Henry Lucas county commander introduced the main speaker of th evening the Rev Paul Lavalette o Rockford He introduced the dele gallon from Plymouth and th Cerro Gordo county commander as well as other Cerro Gordo visitors Tommy Thomson of Elkader fourt district commander addressed th audience Lunch was served am games were played at the close o the program Upwards of 200 weri present Rites for Mrs Phelps 80 Are Held at Osage OSAGE Nov ser vices conducted by Dr S E Ellis were held at the Champion funera home yesterday afternoon for Mrs Gilbert Phelps who died Sunday noon Mrs Phelps 80 was born in New York state and came here about three months ago to the homi of her sister Mrs Edgar Van Hoosler who cared for her during her illness She had spent some timi with her son Warren who lives a Alva Okla Entertains Carriers of County ORCHARD Nov 21Mr and Mrs Oscar Johnson entertained the rural letter carriers of Mitchel county and their wives at dinner FOR THAT DANCE OR PARTY DAMONS PRESENT THE NEWEST IN Footwear To Complete Your Ensemble at Only 38 All the Smart Young Debs are rushlnfi to Damons for their party ahaea Pumps RIAIL or Handals tinted to matcli the color and ORDERS mood of every gown and a thrilling mimm choice ol patterns at right prices CHtBRFUL SERVICE STORE YQU j New 50 Used APPLIANCES The Final Windup of our PreInventory Sale is now m progress Drastically low prices are in effect terms selections good Below are a few of the choice bargains cu ft Electrolux Refrigerator fully guaranteed slightly uspd Was Canton Gas Laundry Dryer value Demonstrator Automatic Ironer Was M Used Gas Heatrola Worth Used 20 Gallon Autohot Like new Used Ice Refrigerators A j As low as H 4 Used Insulated Range with Heat Control M5 Used Electric j1 A Range 310 Gas Range with Electric Oven Value Philco Extension Speaker H Value 5 Philco De Luxe 11 Tube Radio Was Automatic Electric Washer Electric Living Room Fixtures 4 value 4 5U 00 00 AA 00 50 rtrt UO 0U A OU EASY TERMS PEOPLES GAS AND ELECTRIC COMMNY GROUP MEETING OF BANKERS TO BE ON THURSDAY Various Problems of Iowa Association to Be Discussed One of a series of group meetings of bankers will be held at the Hote Hanford here Thursday morning a oclock Preparations for th event which will bring bankers here from thia and surrounding counties comprising group 3 are being made by Mason City bankers B F Kauffman president of th Iowa Bankers association and D W Bates Iowa bankingsuperinten dent will be two of the speakers In the round table discussion re financing of city property mort gages will be discussed by managers of Federal Home Owners Loan corporation district office Gels Botsford state manager will talk at Dca Moines and Chariton TD Tnlk Reorganization Another round table discussion will deal with reorganization oi state banks in Iowa D W Bates Ralph Bunco deputy banking su perintendent and Roy Drake in charge of banks under senate file 111 lead the discussion The closing feature will be a code discussion by members of the state banking code committee and the clearing house subcommittee The meetings throughout the state begin Wednesday and continue until the following Tuesday accord ing to information received here from Frank Warner secretary In Sioux City Bankers of group 1 will meet at the Warrior hotel Sioux City al a m Wednesday while group 2 will gather at the Warden hotel Fort Dodge at 7 p m Wednesday jroup 4 Hotel Julien Dubuque Du ouquc 7 p m Thursday group 8 Hotel LaFayitte Clinton a n Friday group 7 Montrose ho tel Cedar Rapids 7 p m Friday Group 11 Hotel Burlington Bur ington a m Saturday group 10 Hotel Ottumwa Ottumwa 7 p m Saturday group 9 Chariton Community club Chariton a m Monday group 5 Hotel Chief an Council Bluffs 7 p m Monday Toup 6 Hotel Fort Des Moines 3es Moines a m Tuesday SUITISSETfLED AT WEST UNION Lmdaman of Charles City Dismisses Mis hap Injury WEST UNION Nov io000 damage suit of Elmer L Andaman of Charles City against Mrs Maud Hurd of Waucoma be fim In Fayettc county district court londay morning was settled Tues ay morning and the case dismissed y the plaintiff Lindaman alleged permanent In jury to a knee in an automobile ac cident May 30 1932 near New Hampton in a collision with Mrs Kurds car which was driven by a youth Kenneth Miller Plaintiffs attorneys were W G Henke and R W Zastrow both of Charles City and M M Cooney of West Union Mrs Hurd was repre sented by W L Bliss of Mason City The settlement was for STATE MONOPOLY PLAN IS FAVORED Administration to Support System of Liquor Control DES MOINES Nov 21 administration is Inclined to look with favor on a liquor control bill which would give the state a mon opoly on liquor rales and will sup port such a measure it was under stood today A bill incorporating provisions which would permit the state to en gage in this business is now being drafted It is further understood that the attorney generals depart ment has held that such a law would be constitutional Move Called Legal W R Lee of Carroll a member of the governors commisrton to study liquor control submitted a brief last week holding that the state could engage in the liquor business The state monopoly plan was recommended by the governors commission which said it preferred such control provided a law to that effect would be constitutional Upheld by Courts Lee pointed out that the supreme court of South Carolina and the United States supreme court had upheld the constitutionality of a south Carolina law giving the state such control over the liquor busi ness The second plan suggested by the commission would provide for holding corporations controlled by the state NOVEMBER 21 H 193 Plymouth Boy Scouts Will Accept Corn as Pay at Supper Friday PLYMOUTH Nov 21The loca Boy Scouts will have their aniiua oyster supper Friday at the high school auditorium at 6 oclock Those preferring to may bring corn to pay for supper and will be al lowed market price for It lilwaukee Station at Algona Is Broken Into ALGONA Nov 21The Milwau kee station was broken Into Sunday night The thieves entered by break ing in through a window The knobs were knocked off the safe but were not opened The pennies were taken from the gum machine They left through a back door DAMAGE SUIT IN COURT 78 Year Old Woman Claims Defendant Struck Her Caused Leg Break Testimony for the defense was being taken Tuesday afternoon in the trial of the 5000 damage suit brought by Mrs Harriet Hopkins 78 against P H Pattschull 57 both of Clear Lake Mrs Hopkins claims that the defendant struck her in such a manner as to knock her down and break her right leg near the anke The case which opened Monday afternoon is being heard in Judge M H Keplers dis trict court fendant and first defense witness fendant ad first defense witness took the stand shortly after 11 oclock Tuesday morning at the close of testimony for the plaintiff She testified that she and her husband were near their garden on the outskirts of Clear Lake early in the evening of July 28 last when they saw Mrs Hopkins In their garden uprooting vegetables and carrying them in the skirt of her dress Accused Her of Stealing After driving along the road to a point opposite where Mrs Hopkins was Mrs Pattschull testified her husband got out of the car and went over Into the garden accusing the elderly woman of stealing his vege tables By this time according to Mrs Pattschulls testimony Mrs Hopkins had dumped the vegetables nto some weeds Then the defendants wife stated as Mr Pattschull stooped over to pick up the vegetables Mrs Hop tins slapped him in the face and when he stood up again Mrs Hop king stepped back stumbled over a rock and fell breaking a bone in her ankle Denied Being Thief On the stand Monday afternoon aa the first witness in her own cause Mrs Hopkins denied that she stole any vegetables and stated that she was not eveu in the Pattschull larden She stated defendant called her several names after which she slapped him She said however that Instead of being in a stooped position when sho slapped him the defendant was standing upright so close to her that she couldnt get a good whack at him Then she estified Mr Pattschull struck her svith his right fist the blow hitting ier right shoulder and causing her o fall to the ground and break her MADAM FUNERAL HELD AT CHURCH Nora Springs Early Settler Once Taught on Indian Reservations NORA SPRINGS Nov neral services for Mrs Mahala Mc Adam were held Monday afternoon at the Methodist church The Rev Frank Poole accompanied by Mrs Poole sang two numbers Burial was in Park cemetery Mrs McAdam was born June 29 1867 at Roachdale Ind coming to Iowa with her parents when she was 6 She grew up on a farm 3 miles north of Nora Springs Early in life she qualified herself for the teaching profession which she fol lowed more than 30 years Six years of that time were spent In govern ment work among the Indians on reservations at Pipestone Minn and in the states of South Dakota and California On March 29 1888 she was mar ried to George McAdam at Nora Springs They settled on a farm in the vicinity After a time failing health compelled the husband to quit the farm and he accompanied his wife in her teaching and taught manual arts in California and Min nesota He died about 12 years ago About six years ago she suffered with a severe illness and after a long convalescence she almost com pletely regained her health Tuesday evening she was taken critically ill and died Friday afternoon She wag a member of the Methodist church She was actively interested in poli tics She was an active member of the Rebekah lodge and the Rebekahs attended her funeral in a body Pallbearers were neighbors C E Thompson Con Apel Frank Seaver Ray Shanks Thomas Treloar and Henry Hasslehop She leaves her two sisters Mrs Mary Smith of Nora Springs and Mrs Homer Tre loar of Aledo lil in Clothing in Floyd Is Distributed CHARLES CITY Nov is estimated 6700 worth of clothing and cloth has been distributed by the Red Cross in this county through the local committee of which Mrs N Frudden is chair man The list of articles sent out Includes 5400 garments 3310 yards of outingflannel 3781 yards of jrints 846 yards of muslin and 300 yards of birdscye cloth The other members of the distribution com mittee are Mrs John Christiansen Mrs Alfred Idso Mrs A A Ride out Mrs H O Frudden Mrs H G Bos Mrs C W McQuillen Miss MolHe Siemens and Elgin Robeson Two hundred fiftysix bl ankets and 60 comforters have been distributed Infant Daughter Burled OSAGE Nov aer vicea for the three months old daughter of Mr and Mrs William Leeman were held at the Shelledy funeral home yesterday afternoon with the Rev J D Kern in charge The child little Shirley Mae died Sunday At Mason Crty THEATERS SOMETHING NEW IN MUSICAL COMEDY Footlight Parade still showing at the Cecil Tuesday is described by our reviewer aa a new achievement in musical comedies on the screen Our critic also believes that there can be no question but that the chorus work produced today on the screen is more effective from al most every standpoint than chorus on the legitimate stage Compared with the acknowledged limits of the stage the potential ity of the screen appears virtually boundless The dance numbers are exception ally good and throughout the pic ture there is an Interesting back stage story featuring Guy Kibbee James Cagney Joan Blondell and others v A four star picture in almost anyones rating F P I finishes its run at the Palace theater Tues day This picture stars Leslie Fen ton Conrad Veidt and Jill Esmond in a story of the remarkable pro gress of man in the air and deals largely with the building of float Ing platform 1 a landing field in the middle of the Atlantic ocean facilating tranaoceanic flying On the same bill Is Ed Wynn in The Chief a comedy featuring radios perfect fool in life in the gay 90s Chic Sate Dorothy Mackaill and others also appear In thia pic ture Finishing its two day engagement Tuesday at the Strand Double Harness featuring William Powell and Ann Harding is a picture done to any queens taste Lillian Bond George Stephenson and others are in the cast a w HAT CHECK GIBL AT IOWA WITH SALLY EILEKS B LYONS Sally Eilers Ben Lyons Ginger Rogers and Monroe Owsley all give creditable performances in Hat Check Girl which plays for the last time Tuesday night at the Iowa theater The story centers around Broadways nightlife Duck Soup comes to town soon to show at the Cecil theater This is the latest starring vehicle for the four Marx brothers Ace of Aces starring Richard Dix and Elizabeth Allan comes to the Palace Wednesday This picture features Dlx io some thrilling feats of flying and stows how a mans very soul can be transformed by the horrors of war SILVER CORD RANKS HIGH IN THIS YEARS PICTURES With LauraHope Crews doing an excellent piece of acting In the role of the selfish mother who is jealous of her daughterinlaw Silver Cord which plays Wednesday and Thursday at the Strand theater Is one of the fine pictures of the year Others who are starred are Irene Dunne Joel McCrea and Frances Dee Lupo Vclez supplies plenty of Hot Pepper as the show by that HAIR COMBED JJS WAY STAYS ARRANGED It isnt any trouble and theres hardly any cost DANDERINE insures your hair for a penny a day After youve spent many min utes arranging your hair heres a way to keep it arranged all day or all evening Without another pat or another thought A few drops of Dan derine on the you comb it A woman just cant believe the way this works until she has tried it Danderine isnt a sticky dressing or even oily yet it keeps every hair in piace It doesnt hurt the hair or the color of the hair and it doesnt leave a telltale odor Its fresh fragrance is gone a moment after not that marvelous effect of freshness and cleanliness When youve washed your hair a little Danderine1 will keep it from going helter skelter Just try this A dash of Danderine every time you comb your you sure of your hair all day long To know its clean and looks clean To know it will stay as you arranged it And to know no dandruff will sift to the surface Thats what moistening your comb with a few drops of Danderine will do And no amount of drycombing will ever doNearly all hair needs the help that Danderine gives it A dash of Danderine morn ing and night makes a great difference in the way any hair looks all the time It does not affect the color With all the care you give your hair its a pity to omit this last touch that means so much Its no trouble Yet you can hardly believe anything so mild and pleasant as Dan derine could bring such a change in the condition and appearance of your hair and scalp Just try it You can buy a bottle of Danderine at any drugstore for thirtyfive cents REMEMBER Danderine isnt sticky It doesnt affect the color It definitely checks every form of dandruff Its cost per day is next to nothing BENAGE DIES IN AIRPLANE CRASH Former Bristow Resident Is Killed While Serving in U S Navy BRISTOV Nov Sarah Flannigan received word of the death of her grandson George Ben age in an airplane crash George had been in the U S navy for nearK two years He was located on the battleship Saratoga and was at Long Beach when Mrs Flannigan last heard from him George was born here in 1912 and live here until the death of his father about 10 years ago when he went with his mother to Oregon MitcheHBoyinCCC Suffered Bite of Snake MITCHELL Nov 21 Clinton Lane is spending a few days with his parents Mr and Mrs Carl Lane He was a patient at the hospital at Fort Snelling receiving treatment from Infection from a rattle snake bite which he received while in a C C C camp at Hokah Minn name begins a two day engage ment at the Iowa Wednesday This is another Flagg and Quirt film starring Lillian Bond and Edmund Lowe and Victor McLaglen the lat ter pair in top hats instead of ma rine regalia Wilt Meet nt Rudd CHARLES CITY Nov Rudd township Farm Bureau meet Ing will be held in the schoolhouse in district No 2 Wednesday evening Nov 22 A program is being pre pared by a committee consisting of Mr and Mrs Justus Brandau and Henry Brandau The county agent will discuss the corn hog reduction program and three reels of motion pictures will be shown Hunger is forcing many monkeys to invade Natal Africa settlements and plead for food g CECIL Held Over Owing to capacity crowds it all perform ances We find U necessary to continue this grand SHOW THRU FRIDAY LADIES FREE LADIES THURSDAY NIGHT MASON CITY ARMORY Joe Cox vs Frank Buresh Semi GARBER vs W AMPLER Including EUSTACE DUSEK Tickets 40c and 55c LADIES FREE UPWA LAST TIME TUBS Matinee loc Evening 20 c Children lOc HAT CHECK GIRL SALLY EILERS BEN LYON WedThurs HOT PEPPER Edmund Lowe Victor MeLaglen Lupe Vclez El Brendel JAWVE S C AS a u B y JK E E i e fC k P O W E fct JOAN BtONDElt fi STARTS SATURDAY Wed Thurs JEALOUS or her sons love for hla wife this Saint ed mother ouml a way to mnke them hate each other But the younrf bride made 111 em both cat crow 1 A Belum with IKKXK BtLYVR 1OKT MrCHKA FRANCIS ERIC LINDEN Tucbont Annie Moti TUCK DANCE SUNSET NEW AVALON BALLROOM MANLY BOB SCHNEIDER AND HIS NOV 21 THURSDAY NOV 23 Old Time Dance Coes Orchestra SATURDAY NOV 25 Bobby Griggs and His Orchestra ENDS TUESDAY F P I The Chief DOUBLE FEATURE PROGRAM STARTS WEDNESDAY Four wicked darlings who tried to learn the secret of living In luxury without working Sec how they managed It In this uproar Ions comedydrama with music JUNE KNIGHT NEIL HAMILTON SALLY OVNEIL DOROTHY BURGESS MARY CARLISLE GEO E STONE   

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