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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 12, 1936, Mason City, Iowa                                t MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE SEPTEMBER 12 M 1936 THREE Charles City News GASES ASSIGNED IN FLOYD COURT Three Divorces Granted as Two Criminal Gases Are Continued CHARLES CITY Judge M F Edwards assigned the following cases for next week Tuesday Sept 15 State of Iowa va W H Shafer two oases State of Iowa vs Charles Hoeft State of Iowa vs Edward McCauley Sept 16 State of Iowa vs Carroll Marquis State of Iowa vs Edward Zubrod State of Iowa vs TC May Sept 17 Jennie L Rodman vs Maude Cannon Ladwlg First Security bank and Trust com pany vs F J Crandon United States Fidelity and Casualty com pany vs Belknap Tuesday Sept 22 H L Treloar administrator vs Fred Miner et al Margaret Henry vs MrsPearl Roberts Agues Dunning vs Rein hart et alMoore Brothers vs Farmers Elevator company Sept 23 Velma Heddens va Jonce R Hcddens E C Hard wig adminis trator vs Randall Charles City Motor company vs Amel Debben Foster vs Evans al Sept B4 Halverson administrator vs Ken drew Woolsey vs Herman Harisen Frank Adams vs William M Adams Dr O H Ban ton vs Ed Shapley Criminal Cases Continued Two criminal cases were contin ued The state against F E Dunk elberg charged with operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated will not be heard until the November term to allow Dunkelberg to finish work In the beet fields Lawrence Shepley who is wanted on a break ing and entering charge has been continued as defendant has not been found yet It is claimed he entered the Ohm shoe store in Floyd about four years ago Judge Edwards granted three di vorces Friday Gladys Thorn was divorced from Grover F Thorn on the grounds of cruel and inhuman treatment They were married in Charles City June 20 1928 and sep arated Aug 26 1936 The defendant has to pay the plaintiff BOO in monthly installments Fannie Fish er was divorced from Emil Fisher on similar grounds They were mar ried in Charles City ov 30 1915 and lived together until Nov 1 1932 The plaintiff will have cus tody of three minor children Emil Jr Donald and Velma Had Three Children Mabel Stoddard was divorced fromMarc Stoddard on the grounds cruel and inhuman treatment The couple was married in DeKalb iSeptt 1926 and aeparatca They had three child liyleSi and Murray Dean 4 The firsttwo named have living with their father and willremain Dean was given to the plaintiff Mrs Etta May Bonner a former residents of Charles City who how resides in Webster City has filed a suit asking judgment for for child maintenance She was divorc ed from George E Bonner Oct 1 1929 when it was stipulated that Bonner was to pay money for the support of six children The petition states that he paid for the period of one year and has remarried and lives near Jewell brock Jamei McMullan H B Olds George Smith H B Shaffner and W E Voreck Hospitality Mes dames R p Shearer Ruby Bart lett Loren Baumgardner Stanley Brown Vf H Brown Fred Ebert M L Goslln C A Hinman R J Horseley E C Hardwig George Howard Fern C Kuehn Mildred Morean Arnold Niedorf J M Smith Earl Stewart Misses Minnie Frankenfield and Viola Kreuger Finance Mrs Irving Smith and Mrs Theodore Beekman election Mrs Coburn Chapter Mrs L E VonBerg and Mrs J E Salsbury press Mrs Helen Payne constitu tion Mrs Frank Nles and Mrs B M Hudson record book Mrs J H McLeod parliamentarian Mrs Er win LarsontowelsMra C B Hunt high echool history Mrs George Blake federation contact woman Miss Pamelia Fluent Mason City Screen Attractions Watching Movie Parade Pass By HISTORICAL CONTEST SPONSORED BY CECIL Asanyone familiar with his his tory knows Queen Mary of Scot land died on the scaffold after be ing accused of conspiracy against tile life of Queen Elizabeth of Eng land But how would a movie scenario writer change this tragic chapter of history to fit the demands of the public for happy endings That Is your problem and the best solution of it will bring its writer 15 compli mentary tickets to the Cecil the ater Second and third prize3 will also be awarded it was announced Saturday by Manager M H Nicol of the Cecil theater Answers should be forwarded to tile Motion Picture editor of the GlobeGazette postmarked not lat er than Wednesday Sept 16 The contest is being held in conjunction OVER THE WEEKEND Time through Thursday Texas Rangers through Thursday O Guns and Theres Always Tomorrow through Tuesday Special and The Three Wise Guys through Tuesday Charles City Briefs CHARLES CITY Mra Edna Frederickfion will leave Saturday night for Chicago to make her home Her husband Isaac Freder ickson prominent furniture dealer died a short time ago and she haa rented her house to Dr J Miner Jr Grace and Edith Troutner arrived from Des Moines Saturday to spend the weekend at the home of their sister Mrs Charles Bonzer and at tend the wedding of their nephew Barton Bonzer Miss Laura Emerson instructor in Marion college Marion Ind con cluded her three months vacation spent with her parents the Rev and MrsW R Emerson and re turned to her work Mrs Patrick McMullen and son James of Albert Lea Minn are guests thisweek of Mr and Mrs James Mullan Irene Tolllver has gone to Man hattan Kans to accept a position as dietician in the Kansas State col lege Grover Galvin Jr of Rockford THIS IS A SCENE FROM THE TEXAS RANGERS FAST moving action story now showing at the Palace theater The cast of well known players Includes Fred MacMurray Jack Oakie and Jean Parker JACK OAKIE AND SALLY K1LERS ARE STARRED IN Florida Special opening Sunday nt the Strand theater Two features will bo shown the second being Three Wise Guys with Robert Toung and Betty Furness OBTAIN EVIDENCE FOR CONVICTION Youthful Spotters Used in Wichita Kans to Play Slot Machines CHICAGO chiefs who have difficulty in getting enough evidence with which to convict op erators of gambling devices will be interested in a plan adopted at Wichita Kans Youthful spotters are employed to play slot machines and gafu the needed evidence The spotters according to the Police Chiefs News Letter official bulletin of the International Asso ciation of Chiefs of Police are 8 ycung Wichltans who have been named cadet officers of the city po lice department Supplied with nickels dimes and even quarters they go out to play any slot mar chines they can fined until they win If the machines pay off in cash or awards wnen attention of the owner is called to the score the information is passed on to the vice squad which follows up with ar rests and confiscation The first night the slotmachine detectives went into action they who represented the United States in the Olympics in a baseball team spoke at the liona club meeting Friday noon His father Grover Galvin Srt was a guest Womens Club to Hear Mrs Stewart Groups for Year Are Chosen CHARLES CITY The Charles City Womens club will begin activities Tuesday evening with a general meeting in the auditorium of the First Methodist church Mrs Arthur Stewart dramatic reader from St Paul will present First Lady by Katlierine Dayton and George Kaufman Mrs Stewart goes to New York every winter to see the outstanding plays of the season Following1 the program there will be a reception for new members and refreshments will be served Mrs O H Banton president of the club chose the following com mittees to serve during the year Membership Mrs J E Waggoner social Mesdames Dorothy Frevert J F Christiansen Lee Fenholt B M Feeney W E Frudden Ira Frederickson H C Hanson H J with the historical picture Mary of Scotland to be screened at the Cecil Saturday Sept 19 Letters must be written on one side of the paper only and will be judged not only for their content but for their neatness and the manner in which the material is handled Boris Karlofff next mystery thriller to be produced by First wlU deal wltK adven in stratosphere and will called luAbbve I SAGA OF SOUTHWEST DEPICTED AT PALACE The Texas Rangers which open ed Saturday at the PaTace features Fied MacMurray and the wise cracking Jack Oakie in leading roles as onetime bad men who sign up for duty with the Rangers The adventurous life of the fear less men who undertook to clean up Texas as Rangers is graphically depicted through the exploits of MacMurray and Oakie Dramatic Indian battles fights of the Rangers with rustlers and the colorful career of Sam McGee ear ly desperado are worked into a story centering about the Rangers Supporting Oakie and MacMurray in this epic are Lloyd Nolan Jean Parker Bennie Bartlett and Edward Ellis Bcnito Mussolini Italys iron man dictator has urged Holly wood producers to long contemplated filming of Christopher Columbus Plans lor Italian financing of a film story of Columbus had been In the ear when the Ethiopian war broke out causing postponement of the project LATEST OF MUSICAL HITS ON CECIL SCREEN Ginger Rogersand Fred Astairo oiler a sparkling musical comedy in their latest picture Swing Time which opened Saturday at the CecV Gayety which is new fresh and Invigorating help place this as one of the seasons spryest films It doesnt compare with the teams Top Hat close an ap proach to that box office bonanza as they have made since that pic ture Helen Broderick Victor Moore and Eric Blore garner a substantial number of laughs in their support ing roles The direction of George Stevens is the essence of rhythm and smoothness carried off in light vein and swift tempo Columbia Pictures have releas ed a flock of box office attrac tions as the new season opens for movleland Just glance at a few of Columbias cinemas Adven ture in Manhattan with Jean Arthur and Joel McCrea Lost Horizon with Ronald Colman Interlude with Grace Moore Tennles From Heaven with Blng Crosby They Metin a Taxi with Chester Morris and Fay Wray and Theodora Goes Wild with Irene Dunne eized nine machines that played joker hands or spun numbers for he score The police department utends to continue this method oC obtaining evidence until the city is rid of gambling devices Regular jack pot slot machines and punch boards are barred by ordinances in Wichita The city li censes 800 coinoperated slot ma chines as amusement devices but f they make awards they are classi fied as gambling devices and are iable to confiscation The current gambling so many parents complained to the police department that their children spent their nickels and dimes in niavblo machines of various kindj drive against the petty was undertaken because Noyce Accepts Call to Serve Decorah Church Rev Ralph B Noyce of Atlantic accepted a call to serve the members of the First Con gregational church in Decorah whose pulpit will soon be vacant due to the resignation of Dr J P Burlinig It is expected that Dr Noyce and his family which con sists of his wife and four sons will locate In Decorah this month so that he can begin work here the first of October GINGER ROGERS AND FRED ASTAIRE LATEST musical sensation Swing Time now showing through Thursday at the New Cecil ABOVE ARE SHOWN JOE E BROWN AND JOAN BLONDELL who are costarred in Sons O Guns opening at the State theater Sunday Theres Always Tomorrow will bo on the same program Hearn Hearn a noted dialectian is haying trouble with a Scotty dog he bought To hear him tell it You see he says I bought me a dcedle Scotchie dog And now aft er only hes barking with a dialect like Im mortified TheThree Wise Guys a Dam on Runyon story featuring Robert Young and Betty Furness is on the same program l Spencer Tracy has received his second consecutive ajyard from the Screen Guild for the best peri formance of the month His un precedented feat came as a result of his portrayal in Fury and in San Francisco c SONS O GUNS THERES ALWAYS TOMORROW BOOKED Sons O Guns starring the awn inglipped Joe E Brown opens on Sunday at the State theater It is a rollicking comedy romance deal ing with the humorous side doughboy life In France during the World war Besides the mirth stirring antics of the wide mouthed comedian the picture is spiced with famous mar tial airs and tuneful new songs aa well as riotous dance numbers Joes three film sweethearts are Joan Blondell Wini Shaw and Beverly Roberts Frank Morgan and Blnnie Barnes are featured in Theres Always To morrow on the same bill Morgan together with his brother Ralph is the principal owner of the Angos tura Bitters concern from whlcn he receives revenue equal to that from his screen career Amelia Earharts fly ing laboratory has a role In Love on the Hun the M G M picture starring Clark Gable and Joani Crawford Paul Mautz pilots the big ship In scenes of this new film Joe Petiriera first vehicle under his new contract with RKO Radio has been titled Roaming Around and is a musical Takento loiva City Julius Garcia was taken Friday to Iowa City to the University hospital for treatment Night School Opened Farmers night school opened Thursday in the agri culture room of the new high school building under the supervision of Prof Kenneth Reeves instructor in the SmithHughes agriculture course The topic for discussion at the first meeting will be Seed Corn Selection AL MENKE AND HIS ORCHESTRA 2Gc and BOc Tax Included HAROLD MORGAN and His WHO Hour of Smiles Orchestra SUNDAY SEPT 13 Reg Son Price 26c and 4k Hear them on the HOUR OF SMILES Program Sunday Noon FLORIDA SPECIAL ENROTJTE TO STRAND FOR SHOWING Jackie Heller atar of the air wnves makes his screen debut in Florida Special mysterycomedy which opens Sunday at the Strand The diminutive singer introduces the GordonRevel tune Its You Im Talkin About in his first fea ture picture Also in this picture in which Jack Oakie and Sally Eilers are Huber H A Hoger W A Loose1 starred is Sam Schlepperman AMERICAN LEGION Grand American Derby 25 Minute Dynamite Derby Last 10 Minutes Solid Sprint Special Entertainment Feature MIDNITE FROLIC FUNLAUGHSTHRILLS Tiny Epperson has arranged the most en tertaining and interesting program of the entire contest Come AH Night Cheer your favorite team and enjoy the big Midnite Frolic 16 SOLOS REMAIN Admission Matinee 15c Nite 25c rs Henry Wemark of Near Ridgeway Is Dead i RIDGEWAY Funeral services or Mrs Henry Wemark who died t her home three miles south ere Friday morning will be held at lie Lincoln r Luther an church at 3 jclock Sunday afternoon with the astor the Rev M B Quliroffi iating Burial will be in the ceme ery adjoining the church Mrs Wc mark was born in Lincoln township 1 1874 She grew to girlhood ere After attending college at De orah she taught for five years Wemark is survived by her lusband three sons Harry Leon rd and Maurice Wemark all of ttdgeway one daughter Miss Julia Wemark two brothers John Bak ken of Ridgeway Holver Bakken of Waubon Minn and one sister Mrs K M Larson oC Scarville One daughter Lydia preceded her in death about nine years ago Escaped Felon Makes Good SYDNEY N S W cause he made good and Hved an honest life after escaping from pris on 11 years ago the Victoria gov ernment has gn George Pinnock captured in Sydney recently chance a pardon to 37 who was re Thrown From Pony Dies IOWA CITY from a pony he was riding home from school Paul Kline 7 of Hills died in the hospital here Thursday COMB AS LATE AS 9 SAT AND SUN SHOW ENDS TONITE Barbara Bedford FOUND ALIVE Dick Foran Treachery Hides the Range Chapter No 4 UNDERSEA KINGDOM ACE UNITS TONITE 2 Ace Features STARTS SUN 3 GALA MIDNITE SHOW Joe Mffether In a merry martial niiiKlcal from a famous Iroadwny since hltl JOAN BLONDELL soNSjr GUNS Eric illore Winifred Shaw Craig Reynolds TAYLOR Youre to love this striking new dCreen person tills hu man dramal THERES ALWAYS TOMORROW Blnnle Barnes Frank Morgan Three Wise Guys and Girl Who Outsmarted Them Plenty Laughs Thrills and Romance at a Mile a Minute FLORIDA SPECIAL Jack Oakie Sally Eilers Kent Taylor Frances Drake J Farrell MacDonald ENDS SAT NITE Sundown Saundcrs Wings In tlio Dark Thnntom Rider News Mldnlto Show THE THREE WISE GUYS LATE SHOW TONIGHT A COMPLETE SHOW WILL START AT 10 P M Hit No 2 of our Hhppy New Year Season ot Entertainment NOW SHOWING FOR 6 BIG DAYS CUPID GETS HIS MAN SUNDAY MATINEE 26c UNTIL 3 P M CARTOON IN COLOR LATEST NEWS EVENTS Fredric March and Katharine Hepburn MARY OF SCOTLAND Corning Next Sat Palace Now Showing Thundergalloping sons at iroublel They write iheir deeds of glory in words of lire ficturawilh fREO OUWJfKK QflKIt lEflM PflRKERuoYD HOIRK EDWARD ELLIS8ENNIE BARTLETT Produced and Directed by Added COLOR CARTOON LATEST NEWS   

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