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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 31, 1934, Mason City, Iowa                                TWO Clarion Man HelcLto jury After Officers Seize Liquor at Home CLARION Jan H VVorrtck charged with illegal pos session of liquor was given a pre liminary hearing before Glen C Oldham justice of the peace Mon day afternoon and bound over to the February grand Jury under a 500 bond which he posted Wor rick was arrested earlier Monday when Sheriff R B Wilson and W J Evans deputy raided hia home and found over two gallons of al leged alcohol in his possession It is alleged that several persons have been giving groceries and supplies received from the county relief of fice to Worrlck in exchange for al cohol CAR OWNERS NOW OPEN MASON CITY AUTO BODY REPAIR 11 SOUTH COMMERCIAL PHONE 1440 Johnny Vesterby and Clifford TurnbuH Proprietors FORMERLY WITH ULENS AUTO PAINTING OUR SPECIALTY a Radiator Repairing Upholstering Welding COMPLETE WRECK REBUILDING MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE MANY SIGNING UP IN HANCOCK Expect Total of 1500 or 1600 to Be Reached in Campaign GARNER Jan hundred and twentyfive farmers in the six teen townships of Hancock county signed cornhog reduction contracts Tuesday according to County Agent S J Oberhauser The total number tfho have signed contracts numbers 211 A number of the outlying ds Ticts had not reported Tuesday night Meetings are beingheld in quite a number of the rural school mildlngs throughout the county school being dismissed for one day It is expected that between 1500 and 1600 farmers in the county will ign the contracts Program of Northwood Bureau Includes Talk by Dr Westly Manly NORTHWOOD Jan American Legion auxiliary spon sored a program Tuesday evening at the regular meeting of the Grimes township Farm Bureau held in the Northwood music hall Half of the proceeds of the affair will be sent to the Warm Springs Ga san itarium for treatment of infantile paralysis Dr S S Weatly of Manly was the speaker giving impressions re garding Russia as gathered on a recent trip to Europe Voca and in strumental numbers were also given Prior to the auxiliary program Harry Collins of Grimes gave a talk on hybrid seed corn The pro gram was followed by lunch and social hour Francois Rabelais was a great Tench satirist and humorist If you are dissatisfied with your coffee try some GROUND BEFORE YOUR EYES Ml3H coffees outsell any other nine coffees MllD AND MJUOW VIGOROUS AHt W1NCT ASB KJIHODIED Bciocif SSliirijfSF1 5 MORE DAYS KOSSUTH PLANS ROOSEVELT CLUB 500 Are Expected at Ban quet to Be Held Feb 12 at Algona county at SWEA CITY Jan democrats of Kossuth WUUIJ B1 tended a called meeting for the pur pose of organizing a Roosevelt club of Kosauth county Luke E Linnan of Algona was named chairman and Ida E Larson of Sweai City secre tary of this meeting Final plans to complete the or ganization will be made at a ban quet in Algona Feb 12 when 500 democrats and friends of theparty will attend Four members from every pre cinct in the county were named to cooperate and perfect plans for the banquet State democratic officials will be present Committees for genera arrange ments are Chairman Luke Linnan vice chairman Ida E Larson ar rangement committee William Mc Donald E Butler E J McEvoy Casey Loss Maurice McMahou M J Duffy banquet E J Butler Maurice McMahon tickets M Duf fy Casey Loss When plans are per fected the organization will be known as The Kossuth county Roosevelt club NEW WEST UNION BANK WILL OPEN Frank Camp Is President of First National Capital Is WEST UNION Jan hew bank organized under the name of First National bank of West Union will open its doors for business at i o clock Thursday afternoon This bank is organized with a capital of 550000 and a paidin surplus of Officers are Frank Camp presi dent W H Antes vice president D R Lynch cashier H W Hall bookkeeper and teller Carroll Grimes Is assistant bookkeeper Di rectors are Frank Camp W H An tes C H Howard and H H Paul son The new organization will release 60 per cent of the assets of the Fay ette county National bank The new bank will open with demand depos its of 5200000 and with cash on hand in excess of deposits by 15 000 The new bank has purchased the building of the old Fayette County National bank D R Lynch conservator for the Fayette county National bank was released from his duties at 4 p m Wednesday Mr Lynch a World war veteran was finance officer of the Iowa department of the Amer ican Legion two years ago JANUARY 31 1934 SMART DUMB GAL At Mason City THEATERS Charles City News Mrs Cagley Funeral Will Be Held Friday CHARLES CITY Jan neral services for Mrs Charles Cag ley 66 JwiU be held Friday afterr noon at 2 oclock at her hoiiie iftll Owen street with the Rev G A Hess in charge and burial will be in Riverside cemetery Mrs Cagley died yesterday at the Cedar Valley lospital fallowing a stroke of par alysis She is survived by her bus BJid and the following children Le ft E at home Earl 3 Bassett Sfrs Anna M Jordan Nashua Urs Clara Klitsch Camden N J ars Winifred Reazak Osage Wal ter Clark Osage Charles E and Hugh Clark Charles City Relics Are Displayed by Home Department CHARLES CITY Jan 31There j was a large display of treasures and relics in the Hildreth dining room yesterday afternoon at the meeting arranged by the garden and home department of the Womens club Miss Pomella Fluent Mrs W B Johnson and Gladys Goddard were responsible for the display which was arranged on tables and In two showcases Jewelry china glass fine weaving choice old books fam ilyheirlooms pictures and table sli ver were brought out and the own ers tola of their history A business meeting was held at the beginning of the meeting when it was decided to change the meeting place to the Hildreth hotel Next Tuesday the music department meeting will be in charge of Mrs Ernest Hausberg Will Entertain at Supper CHARLES CITY Jan Thursday evening St Charles lodge No 141 A F and A M will enter tain the members of the Eastern Star and their husbands and the Masons and their wives at a picnic supper in the Masonic Temple Tile entertainment will Include a pro gram dancing and cards HENRY VHI BEGAN WEDNESDAY AT CECIL The Private Life of Henry VTH with Charles Laughton in the role of the tempestuous English monarch began a three day engagement Wed nesday at the Cecil theater Ac claimed by critics to be one of the finest examples of motion picture production this picture has been favorably received wherever it has been shown Pictures of this type have a tendency to become farces or at best only poor and obvious imitations but this film is accurate down to the smallest detail creat ing a true sixteenth century at mosphere to serve as a background for the superlative characterization of the notorious king accomplished by Laughton He Is supported by an allstar English cast Robert Montgomery who success fully transmits one of Hollywoods most engaging personalities to moviegoers through themedium of the silver screen is starred with Madge Evans In Fugitive Loversf which opened a three dayrun Wed nesday at the Palace Most of the action In this picture transpires aboard a transcontinental bus Any comedy thatIs not supplied by Montgomery Is sure to be taken care of by Ted Healy who Is In a sup porting role Eight Girls in a Boat is the second feature on this new bill at the palace This picture is built You have to be smart to win acclaim In the movies StuCyou can be dumb U you are smart about It QThat is why Oracle Allen dumbest of the feminine stare fit the films and radio is so popular around the story of a girl and her companions in an exclusive girls school In the beautiful Swiss lake district Of course the girl falls in love but the boys parents are the stern Puritan type of unfeeling per sons who have made possible the prolongation of Innumerable stories and pictures SOS ICEBEHG FT AYS AT IOWA SOS Iceberg providing mor thrills than 50 western pictures plays Wednesday and Thursday a the Iowatheater Rod La Rocque Leni Rleferistahl Gibson Gowlan and Ernst Udet head the cast of thl picture The scenes and photography in this production are real havinj been taken on the west coast o Greenland where the entire cas spent several weeks on location Fascinating entertainment Constance Bennett gives one o her best performances in Our Bet ters screen version of Somerse Maughams stage success which shows Wednesday and Thursday a the Strand theater The story of thi picture deals with a beauttfu American heiress who marries a member of Europes petty royalty only to discover that it is her golden shekels not her golden tresses or personality which have attracted the nobleman Janet Oaynor and Lionel Barry more head the cast of Carolina which begins a four day run Satur day at the Cecil This picture shows the inner workings of a proud but impoverished southern family KING KONG SEQUEL TO SHOW AT PALACE Son of Kong a sequel to the picture King Kong begins a four National Railway Pension Chapter No 3 WILL HOLD A MEETING hi the banquet room at the Y M C A Mason City Iowa Fri day February 2 at p m Meeting called by Mr Cosgrove National Organizer and Mr E 3 Elllngston National Secretary Jtere8tel ln nn OldAge Annuity are Invited fo attend this meeting regardless of class creed or color SIGNED COMMITTEE CHARLES CITY BRIEFS CHARLES CITY Jan 31Mem bers of the Lions club will meet Thursday evening in the Legion rooms Instead of Friday Supper will be served at 7 oclock and 20 mem bers of the Elma club will be vis itors and give the program A total of 524648120 has been asked for loans so far by 519 farm ers Mrs William Laughlin who has been confined to her bed for ten weeks is now able to sit up Catherine Monen and Clara Smith gave a dinner last evening for the women employes of the First Se curity Trust and Savings bank The Tabernacle Girls were enter tained Monday evening by Mrs AI vin Robeson and Mary Gough Will Celebrate Anniversary DUBUQXJB Jan 31 ilonal and state officers of the Unt ied CommefcialTravelers will meet n Dubuque next Saturday to cele jrate with the officers and mem jerg of the Key City council No 225 its thirtieth anniversary Jni Jatlon of 40 odd members will be ho highlight of a gala fete that the council is PUPPETS OF an overland bus Romance roars from coast to coast over 3000 miles of highway cross roads and double cross roads Robert MONTGOMERY Fugitive Lovers MADGE EVANS Nat Pendleton Ted Hcaly And His Stooges WITHOUT MEN Seventeen abut in secluded It was spring and their hearts swelled to the call of romance 8 GIRLS in a BOAT A daring siory sincerely vigorously told with DOUGLASS MONTGOMERY DOROTHY WILSON day run Saturday at the Palace theater with Robert Armstrong and Helen Mack in starring rolea with the monstrous creature On the same program plays Bedside clever story of a publicityseeking doctor Warren William Jean Muir and Kathryn Sergava are featured The virile story of life In a fish S village is portrayed in Sixteen Fathoms Deep which plays Friday and Saturday at the Iowa Sally ONeU and Creighton Chanev are starred The Man From Monterey tea turlng John Wayne and Ruth Hall comes to the Strand Friday and Saturday The setting for this pic 10 tn ni j RendahTWiU Speak P T A in Leland Friday LELAND Jan topic for le February ParentTeachers meeting to be held at the school houseFriday evening will be Wise Use of Leisure to be discussed by J L Rendahl president of Wal dorf college Forest City There will also be readings by Eva Ausen of Mills a paper Founders Day by Eunice Charlson poems by Agnes Colby vocal solo by O J Nelson and music by Nelson broth ers from Lake Mills A D Brau stad will give current events Ice Harvest Begins in Norlhwood 45 at Work NORTHWOOD Jan lo cal Ice harvest began Tuesday with a crew of 45 men engaged on the local mill pond Electric lights light the river at night and work Is car ried on 24 hours a day by the shifts About 2000 tons of ice Ia expected to be put up according to C A Walker manager LargeCrowd at Algona Present at Card Party ALGONA Jan thirdbl a series of four parties was heldat the St Cecelias academy Monday evening A large crowd attended The young persons of the parjah were in charge of the program Miss Alice Kaln and Doctor Julius Winkel were thechairmen of the committee in ehage High score prizes for bridge were won by Weo ster Gillispie and Mrs James Elbert High score prizes for five1 hundred were won by Sylvaria Haupert and Lawrence PefferThe next and last of the series of parties will be held next Monday evening After the card playing at 10 oclock lunch was served and dancingfollowed IOWA NOW Mat loo Eve 2flo Child lOo A staggering suc cession of terrific thrills pulsating hu man drama and aweInspiring beau ty SOS ICEBERG Rod La Rocquo Leni BlefenBtahl Gibson Gowland Broadway Brevity Musical Edgar Kennedy Comedy Travelog THE UPTOWN DANCE SPOT Offers the Popular Shaffer and His Band AT THE ARMORY Saturday February 3 Dancing Starts at ff Jkf J NOW SHOWING ENDS THDESDAV BENNETT MltTflifl Showing FRI AND SAT A riproaring with a tnrilla as you like It mlnule OUR BETTERS ANITA IOUISE GILBERT ROLAND STARSEtr TIUS Comedy Cartoon News FMJS Comedy Easop Fable Chnp 7 TEBILS OF PAULINE COMING SUHDAY MONDAY TUESDAY WALTER BROADWAY THRU WEVCHELLS A KEYHOLE Every woman was merely an axedent in his life ADDED TED HEALY and Stooges in Plane Nuts Starts Janet Gayner ttr Sat Lionel Barrympre in CAROLINA   

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