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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 9, 1934, Mason City, Iowa TWO MASON CITY ULOhEGAZElTE JANUARY 9 193 At Mason City THEATERS CROSBY DAVIES IN GOING HOLLYWOOD Two of the best known names of screen and stage or radio head the cast of the great musical produc tion which opened Tuesday for a four day run at the Cecil theater Bine Crosby Rod Marion Davles Al so outstanding in the film are the impersonations of various screen stars given by the three radio rogues DOrsay Ned Sparks Stuart Brwin and Patsy Kelly have supporting roles i Tho World Changes epic of the colonization and the rapid industrial growth of our midwestern plains plays for the last time at the Pal ace theater Tuesday The story deals with the life of an ambitious son of a pioneer who lives to watch his wife their children and the two subsequent generations dissipate his fortune and become generally worthless Muni lives in his part as does Aline MacMahon in the role of Munis mother Mary Astor Guy Kibbee Margaret Lindsay Patricia Ellis and Donald Coolc head the supporting cast The second feature on the Palace bill is Myrt and Marge the movie debut of these radio stars Good singing and chorus work are out standing OCEAN LINER MYSTERY AT IOWA Fog adapted from tlje serial which ran in the Saturday Evening Post some months ago plays Tues day at the Iowa theater with a cast headed by Mary Brian Donald Cook and Reginald Denny The picture moves faster than the magazine serial did and photography aids the mystery element by shrouding the vessel throughout the entire cross ing during which the action occurs v A novel and fascinating picture starring the bombastic Lee Tracy with Moe Clark and Otto Kruger Starts Wednesday ANOTHER BIG DOUBLE FEATURE PROGRAM At Regular Palace Bargain Prices Ends Tuesday PAUL MUNI In the HIMorta Epla of America THE WORLD CHANGES and BIYRT AND MAKGE Turn Back the Clock ends a two ay engagement Tuesday at the trand Tracy is his usual high owered self In the role of a man ho is miraculously given the mnco to live his life over again he picture is thoroughly enjoyable nd without a single spot where the ction drags W Design for Living adapted for e screen from Noel Cowards nov of that name starts a four day ngagement at the Cecil Saturday rederlc March Miriam Hopkins ary Cooper and Edward Everett orton head the cast in the film f this fascinating love story in olving three men and one woman HARLIE RUGGLES N GOODBYE LOVE Charlie Ruggles one of filmlands oremost coroedianD and Verree easdale a comparative newcomer has shown much promise have le leading roles in Goodbye Love starts a three day engagc lent at the Palace theater We dues ay The amusing side of the ali mony racket is shown in this pic ure which plays on the same bill Ith Lady Killer which stars ames Cagney with Mac Clark and largaret Lindsay Cagney plays the art of an enterprising and rather nscrupulous lad who begins the icture as a bell hop but climbs on and up until he is a big shot in the motion picture industry by the time ID show ends With a strong cast headed by Kay Francis Nils Asther Walter Hus on and Phillips Holmes Storm at Daybreak plays Wednesday and hursday at the Strand theater The icture has for a background the ipjkan states just before the begin ling of the World war A satisfac ory solution of the usual love tri angle is arrived at through novel ind refreshing method c Zoo In Budapest acknowledged one oC the better pic ures of the laat year plays Wed nesday and Thursday at the Iowa iheater An unusual story with its laid in a great zoological park makes this picture interesting en tertainment STARTS TUES Ends Friday JURORS CHOSEN FOR WINNEBAGO Judge Edwards Will Preside When District Court Opens Jan 29 FOREST CITV Jan jrand jurors for the 1934 sessions in Winnebago county are as follows Tillie Lewis Arthur Myre and A E Anderson of Forest City H C Oeson Elmer Bergland Gua Swing er and Thorn Ellefson of Thompson J W Woodcock of Buffalo Center Ole Amundson of Scarvllle M W Smith of Rake and O B Jensen of Lake Mills The trial jurors for the coming term of court which will start Jan 2D with Judge M F Edwards of Parkeraburg presiding are Wil liam Drewes Richard S Salveson Del S Fowler Gcna Nelson Ida M Sorenson Alfred Kagen and Minnie Martinson of Forest City A C Felland Hazel Streeter Inna Weed J H Helgeson Tobias Brackey and Alfred Moe of Lake Mills Alfred Flatrud R A Finer Al bert Dahl Lee Myers Kenneth Hol land Selmer Burke and Mrs Ger hard Peterson of Thompson Alfred Yahnko John Finlayson F C Grimes and George Helmers of Buf falo Center Melvin Kallestad and John Hodnefield of Rake Mrs May nard Maakestad and Helga Carlson of Lelaud Ellen Stone of EmmonB Selmer A Herfindal of Kiester and Theodore T Folken of Scarville PLAN SCHOOLS ON CONTROL Holds 2nd Duy of Court CHARLES CITY Jan T A Beardmoro held the second day of court this morning when tie called the calendar for defaults and assigned several cases Craus Quits Post as Joice Superintendent Born Named Successor JOICE Jan J Kraus Joicc independent school has re signed his position as superinten dent Kurt R Born who has been instructor was named aa his suc cessor DANCE Avalon Sunset Inn Manly TUESDAY JAN 9 OBVIS ORIOLES ORCHESTRA SATURDAY JAN 13 AL MENKE and His Orchostnv LADIES 25q MEN 10o Last Time Tuea Mat 15c Evo 20c Children lOc IOWA MARY BRIAN DONALD COOK REGINALD DENNY COMEDY CARTOON NEWS Ladles Gifts Every Blondiiy and Tuesday Nights WED AND THURS Zoo in Budapest with Loretta Young Gene Raymond The dazzling musical romance that made such a big hit on New Years Eve These Outstanding Shows Will be at the Cecil Soon Starts Saturday DESIGN FOR LIVING ALICE IN WONDERLAND With 25 Big Stars FLYING DOWN TO RIO Musical staged In the clouds SITTING PRETTY Jnck Oakle Ginger Rogers DINNER AT EIGHT Private Life of Henry VDI WATCH FOR THE PLAYDATES Ends Tuesday Lee TURN BACK Tracy the CLOCK STARTS WEDNESDAY Her heart answered the call of youU to lovcra with the world ORM A DAYBREAl WALTEB HUSTON A 1hllllpt Holmes Aiiei COMFDV CAUTOON NEWS Coming Next Mon Tues Wed DAMAGED LIVES The hoy hud grown up and thought he knew his viay about until eve of his marriage Wlial was wrong BH and not for children CharlesCityNews Extension workers and Held men of the state cornhog committee poured over cornhog contracts and administrative rulings for two days at lavva State college last week before setting up county and township training schools to prepare workers for signup cam paign In the foreground left to right are A L Anderson professor of animal husbandry H J Montgomery county agent Nevada H E Nichols extension service C V Holslngcr extension service Grunt Chapman extension service Dewey Gilbert state committee fleldman Iowa Falls and Arden McKee state committee fieldman Creston Mrs Rose Huber 68 Is Buried at Protivin CRESCO Jan Rose Huber 68 widow died Sunday at the home of her daughter Mrs Charles Fencl Funeral and burial were at Protivin this morning She la survived by three daughters CONTINUANCE IN OLDS SUIT GIVEN Testimony on Income Heard in Case for Separate Maintenance CHARLES CITY Jan trial of the separate maintenance suit brought by Mrs Dorothy Olds against Russell B Olds was contin ued until Jan 29 by Judge A B Lovejoy of Waterloo who is holding court here for the special purpose of deciding this case An out of the district judge was asked to be sent here The date for trial was set for Monday and Attorneys Senneff and Senneff Mason City appearing for Mrs Olds and R E Cantwell of Chicago and W G Hcnke oE this city who represent Mr Olds were in court yesterday arguing various motions filed in the case Mr OldirV attorneys resisted thD order madelast week by Judge Lovejoy that be sent to the clerk to cover cost of Mrs Olds witness fees and other expenses in the trial To substantiate the claim that their client could not raise funds defendants attorneys exam ned at length Russells father Ar thur L Olds ivho testified as to his income for the last three years He said the Olds income from the oil wells was during 1930 5120000 during 1931 and had since dwindled to 5500 a month but now was increasing Of this amount It was shown that Russell received onethird besides his salary as an official in the bank A L Olds also testified that he sold last week 3000 bushels of corn belonging to Russell and which had been attached in this case some time ago When questioned if he knew the corn was attached Mr Olds answered Yes I took a chance and sold it He also stated Russell had given half hia oil shares to his mother Helen B Olds and half was set aside for his three children M W Ellis was sworn and ques tioned as to a statement Mr Olda made in 1930 that ho had assets of more than 5200000 A young wo man secretary for Cantwell and Cantwell Chicago attorneys for Mr Olds read tlie contents of a paper purported to have been signed more than six months ago by Mrs Olds in their office in which she agreed to a divorce and the custody of the children to their father This agree ment has been the cause of friction between the attorneys on both sides of the case Mrs Olds attorneys sought to have a copy filed here months ago but were not success ful The application of Mrs Olds at torneys to have the Chicago divorce obtained by Mr Olds stricken from defendants answer was not ruled on yesterday by Judge Lovejoy He granted a continuance to allow time for funds to be raised by Mrs Olds as ordered by the court also for some depositions to be taken In Chi cago by Mr Olds attorneys grandchildren were present These included Mr and Mrs C H Kiea and son Charles Jr of Des Molnes Mr and Mrs Harry Kies and daugh ter Kathryn of Mankato Minn and Mr and Mrs A R Melrose and Mona Margaret Mrs W H Thorson Is recovering from a major operation in the hos pital The Charles City Dental club held its monthly meeting last evening in the office of Dr W E Voreclc There was a fair sized audience at the three act comedy The Un invited Guest put on by local tal ent in the high school auditorium last evening Settle Martin directed the play put on for the benefit of the community school P C Lap ham announced from the platform that 98 had enrolled for the night schools to be sponsored by the CWA and federal vocational agricultural department Nursery School Opens CHARLES CITY Jan nursery school under the CWA opened today in the four grade buildings The enrollment in Central was 24 Lincoln 30 McKinley 20 and Washington 15 children be tween the ages of three and five years One session a day will be held in each of the schools except Lincoln there will be a session at 9 a m and p m Buys Sinclair Station CHARLES CITY Jan Carrier associated with the Sinclair Refining company for the last three years purchased the Sinclair ela tion at the corner of Wisconsin and Clark streets H Budwigr manager for the last year will continue as an attendant Belmond Man Held to Grand Jury on Liquor Count Following Raid CLARION Jan Mc Manus Belmond was arrested Sat urday night after Sheriff R E Wil son raiding his home found six pints of alleged alcohol in his pos session McManus was taken before Mayor Hildebrand at Belmond and bound over to the grand jury on a charge of maintaining a liquor nuis ance McManus is in Jail here un able to post thi 500 set as his bond A tree in the greenhouse at thp Hastings Nebr state hospital yielded 10 lemons this year one of them four inches in diameter WHENHSAN a fully guaran teed battery Its the worlds leader 6 volt 13 plates for Exchange IDEX Battery Built by the makers ot EXIDE QC Exchange Price COMPLETE battery service at Daniels All makes tested recharged repaired JOE DANIELS MASTER SERVICE STATION Dont Cuss COO Corner First Street S W Fone Us OOO and Washington Avemiu GOODYEAR WAREHOUSE Dont Cuss Fone Us Corner 2nd St N E and Del of Jvciv Postofflee CHARLES CITY BRIEFS CHARLES CITY Jan Auringer vocations Agricultural teacher In the hikh school explained the cornhog program to the mem bers of the Rotary club at the regu lar meeting yesterday noon A son was born Sunday to Mr and Mrs Arthur Anderson at their home north of the city Mr and Mrs C J Bluhm are par ents of a son born last Saturday Mr and Mrs Carl Slutter are the parents of n son Miss Daisic Morris gave a book review lust evening at the regular meeting of the St Charles club Mr and Mrs J S Kies of Worth Ington Minn who are visiting at tho home of their daughter Mrs A R Melrose celebrated their nix ticth wedding anniversary Saturday Their three children and three Stevens SemiAnnual SHOE Starts Wednesday Jan 10 GoodLooking Styles in Pumps Straps Ties Dozens of styles to pick from Dressy shoes for all occasions On sale com mencing Wednesday Nows the Time to Buy Florsheim Shoes The seasons smartest styles Big variety Pumps straps ties You sliould buy at least one pair Your Choice on a in Table 1 95 Dont miss this biff group Many styles Find your size and youll get a bargain Hosiery on Sale 50 Pairs Womens Galoshes Formerly sold up to S3 a pair In brown and b 1 a e It Snaps and zippers 1 Genuine As You Like It Sheer silk Very emart looking All fresh stock 1 10 MEN Heres Your Sale You Should See These Oxfords 85 If you want shoe style and comfort here is your oppor tunity to buy at a Sale price Mens Genuine Florsheim A wide range of smart styles for business and dross Browns and blacks Mens Oxfords at It pays to dress so you should wear shoes that youre proud of See these at 5385 Boys and Girls Shoe Ch ressiShoes DEPENDABLE SHOES 105NO FEDERAL AVE MASON CITY IOWA Straps Tics Oxfords 185 5O35
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