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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 5, 1937, Mason City, Iowa T FLOWER SHOW HELD IN ALGONA Mrs Mart Jones Algona Wins First Over All in High Ranks Kossuth county spring flower show and plant sale was held at Algona Friday in the high school gymnasium with 153 entries in the four divisions flowers Mrs Mart Jones Algona won over the entire show carry ing off seven firsts and three thirds on point basis in all of the divisions Glen Haney Algona won the sweepstakes in the iris division on points and exhibited the best iris spike in the entire show Mrs Jones won the sweep stakes prize by points in the peony division and Mrs Katherine Me Evoy won the sweepstakes oh the best single peony bloom There was no competition in the tulip division as only one entry was made by Mrs Jones Mrs Mc Jwoy also won the best miscellan eous blooming perennial ex hibited In the flower arrange ment division Mrs H E Wood ward Whittemore won with the best living room bowl arrange ment Mrs C C Smith Hurt won with the best living room basket Mrs Woodward with the best liv ing room arrangement in a flower bowl For the best flower arrangement in a vase costing 10 cents Mrs Agnes Seeley of Al gona won Mrs Harry Bode won with the best arraangement of miniature bouquet In individual ranking of awards Harry Bode won 2 firsts 2 seconds and 3 thirds Webster Gillespie 1 third Mrs W A Fos ter 1 second Mrs Brechtbill 1 third Mrs McEvoy 2 firsts Mrs Agnes Seeley 1 first 4 seconds and 1 third Hazel Seeley 2 firsts 4 seconds and 1 third Ella Thompson 1 first Glen Haney 3 firsts 4 seconds and 1 third Mrs Paul Wille 1 second Mrs C C Smith Burt 1 first 1 second and 1 third Betty Stillman 1 first 1 second aand 1 third Mrs Mart Jones 7 firsts 3 thirds Mrs Scan Ion 1 second and Mrs W Wiese brod 1 second and 1 third Mrs H Hauberg 2 firsts 1 second and 1 third Mrs George Free 1 third and 1 second and Mrs Mary Woodward Whittemore 3 firsts Visit at Frceport SHEFFIELD Miss Gladys Gross went to Freeport HI Thursday for a few days visit with relatives and friends CITYGLOBEGAZETTE JUNE 5 1937 SONCITY THREE EEN ATTRA ON COLBERT ROBERT YOUNG AND MELVYN are seen in that new film I Met Him in Paris showing at the New Cecil throughMonday DANCE TO DOC LAWSON AND HIS ORCHESTRA at THE AVALON BALLROOM MANLY IOWA Tuesday June Sth Featuring The Electric Pipe Organ LADIES 35c GENTS 50c OLD TIME DANCE Thursday June 10th Music by ARTS NIGHT HAWKS ADMISSION 25c CLEAR LAK GINGER ROGERS AND FRED ASTAIRE AS SEEN IN ONE OF the dance numbers from their new screen musical Shall We Dance which can be seen at the Park theater Clear Lake Satur day Sunday and Monday r TONITE SATURDAY THE BAND WITH A MILLION FRIENDS AL MENKE AND HIS ORCHESTRA 2Gc Tax Incl iOc SUNDAY NITE DON STRICKLAND AND HIS ORCHESTRA 2Cc Tax IncJ 40c MONDAY NITE SPECIAL DANCE VIKING Accordion Band 3fic Tax Incl 40c WATCH FOR GALA AND FORMAL OPENING OF THE NEW REMODELED SURF COMING SOON CAREER LIONEL STANDER JEAN ARTHUR AND GEORGE BRENT combine their talents to brlnff you More Than a Secretary which opens at the State theater Sunday The cofeature Is North of Nome starring Jack Holt and Evelyn Venablc 3 Sheffield Churches to Open Bible School First Baptist Evangelical and Methodist churches have united in plans for a two weeks vacation Bible school starting Monday The Rev C A Claypool will be general superin tendent the school Ardis Fro ning secretarytreasurer Miss Wava Harris director of music Bonnie Timmerman pianist The school will be held in the Meth odist church DEATH Takes a HOLIDAY Presenting MISS VIRGINIA SENIOR SKIHIGIRL WHO WILL MAKE SLIDE OF DEATH 6 NIGHTS STARTING MONDAY JUNE 7th Pretty Miss Senior makes a slide of 300 feet from a rlgglne 105 feet in the air holding by her teeth North Iowa Fair Grounds MASON CITY O W I CJ T S 6 7 each njghf 8 Major Rides 8 Major Shows Auspices American Legion 40 and 8 V F W Schlampp Farmer at Ackley Dies at 71 Schlampp 71 well known farmer died Satur day at his home 4 miles east of Ackley He was ill three weeks of STALKING AND DOING BATTLE WITH THE DEADLY DENI zens of the deep is just ordinary pastime for Captain Wallace Casc ivctl shown above in a scene from Killers of the Sea on the Pal ace theater double feature program OLIVIA DE HAVILAND AND IAN HUNTER TWO OF THE Jiaughty but nice people both victims of spring fever decide to r ll S CJ 1leasc iu m7s screen chuckle Call It a Day now showiiuj at the Palace GRETA GARBO AND ROBERT TAYLOR ARE PICTURED above in a scene from Camille which opens Sunday at the Strand On the same program will be Time Out for Romance with Claire Trevor and Michael Whalen wire HUMPHREY BOGART AND BETTE DAVIS SEEN TOGETHER in her latest picture Marked Woman showing atthe Lake ihe atcr Clear Lake Sunday and Monday SHEPARD 79 NASHUA DIES Former Charles City Man Will Be Buried at Sandwich 111 H Shcp ard 73 Sandwich 111 died Fri day at the home of his niece Mrs H C Goodsell He had resided in Charles City SO yezirs before moving to Sandwich in 1918 His wife the daughter Mr and Mrs John Day of Charles City died in J92G After living in Sandwich he came two years ago to live in Nashua Last fall he was married to Mrs Ella Chi chester o Paw Paw 111 who died a month afterward Surviving are a son Amos B Shepard ot Sandwich and a grandson Funeral services were planned for Sunday afternoon at 4 oclock at the Lundt funeral chapel with burial at Sandwich Stitches Arc Removed Adams had the stitches removed from iis hand Friday after recently suffering lacerations from a playful dog heart disease Surviving are his widow five sons and a daughter Earl ol Dumont Dr John of El dora Floyd Des Moines Lester of Austinville and Miss Tarana of Ackley Come as Late as and See Saturdays am Sundays Features Gala Midnite Show Ends Bob Allrn tv at the Ran Find the Witness Chapter 3 VIpilantes Are 2 SMASH SUNDAY Throbbing Adventure in lie Land Without Law JACK HOLT EVELYN VENABLE JOHN MILJAN GWINN Big Boy WLLIAMS in a Story of Men Who Kilt for a Pound of Gold or a Womans Kiss ARTHURilP BRENT MOVIE MENU Met Him in Far is through Monday It a Day and Killers of the Sen through Tuesday Gun Law and Mind Your Own Busi ness end Saturday Camille and Time Out for Romance start Sunday Home and Law of the Ranger end Saturday North of Nome and More Than a Secretary start Sunday 1 c a r L a k c Way Out West and Dan gerous Number end Satur flay Marked Woman and Melody for Two start Sun day Clear Lake Shall We Dance thvoujrh Monday Mission Fest Planned in Church at Hampton HAMPTON The annual mis sion festival will be held Sunday it Trinity Lutheran church of which the Rev George A Koch s pastor The Rev H D Mensing iiy missionary Baltimore Md will speak at the EnglishGerman service in the morning and the lev William Zabel pastor of St Johns Lutheran church State enter will preach the sermon at he English service in the atter iqon The women of the church will serve dinner in the church parlors WOMAN KILLED IN FALL BURIED Funeral for Mrs Wedeking Is Conducted in Church at Clarksville serv ices for Mrs Minna Wedeking 81 killed at her home in Waterloo Tuesday evening by a fall down stairs were held at the Evangelical church here Friday afternoon conducted by the pastor the Rev A W Satory Burial was in the Pleasant Vailey churchyard where icr husband Fritz WedeUiiig who 3ied in 1909 is buried She leaves hrce daughters Mrs Herman of Greene Mrs Dick Diecltman ot Waterloo Mrs Aug ust Simam of Clarksville one son William Waterloo with whom he had lived several years eight randchildren and six greatgrand DANCE PALM GARDEN Downtown Clear Lake Every Night Except Sunday with KENNY and AL SWINGSTERS Excellent Food KlLLERf R SECRETARY S T AN D E R M CAPTAIN HAY FRICDCCN SUNDAY 21c To 26c After Kiddles IOc children Her grandsons were her pallbearers AVALKOUT Metz ger manager of tlie Watson Broth crs Transfer company here sail 1C men employed in the Moines branch had joined walkout ot truckers called Omaha De the in SATURDAY WON ELDORA VOTES FOR FRANCHISE Central States Company to Continue Construction Work on Lines ELDORA re turns showed that Eldora voters Friday had cast a better than two to one vote in favor of extending for 10 years the franchise of the Central States Electric company to use Eldora streets and alleys for its pole lines The voters dicision came des pite efforts of a local group to de feat the measure The vote was light with only 905 persons registering as com pared with 1300 who voted in a mayoralty contest in 1936 Final tabulations showed 617 for the measure and 274 opposed Extension of the franchise will enable the company to proceed with construction work required by the increasing electrical load New reduced rates will become retroactive with the last months billing Attend Teachers College LAT1MER Misses Wilma Hcmmes Bernice Mollenbeck Opal Simons and Wiland Jur gens left Tuesday for Cedar Falls where they will attend Iowa State Teachers college SUNDAY MONDAY 2 Features Cotilinuous Sun to II UD The Stark Caught In Uachets Hearti That Heat In IngUme with DavU E11U James Melton in MELOlir AIlSO NPWI OR ENDS Way Out Wtsl SATURDAY Klc Me IMhllcii Slalllm STARTS SUNDAY IBc Til 6RETA GARBO ROBERT TAYLOR TIME OUT FOR ROMANCE CLAIRE TREVOR MICHAEL WHALEN Saturday Nite TWO GUN LAW Mind Your Own Business JUNGLE JIM NEWS FLASHES Time Out for Romance MIDNITE SHOW L LATE SHOW P M NOW SHOWING THRU MONDAY The lovebattle of the century who wins tile lady fair Melvyn DOUGLAS Robert YOUNG Sunday Mat 26c Until 3 PLUS TJIESE ADDED ATTRACTIONS OUR GANG COMEDY AND PARAMOUNT NEWS EVENTS The Laziest Man in the Becomes the Funniest UNA MERKEI With ERIC LINDEN TED HEALY ON OUR STAGE WEDNESDAY ONLY AT 3 P M BARBARA ISAACS DANCE REVUE
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