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Mason City, Iowa
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Tuesday, October 11, 1949
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_, 14 Oct. 1«, 1949 Mason City Globe-Gu«ii«, MMOU City. la. Loras Duhawks Give St Benedict's First Loss of Season 33-6 Dubuque, (ff) — Coach Wally Promhart used all his 39 uniformed players as his Loras college Du- hawks defeated the previously unbeaten St. Benedict's Ravens 33-6 in a Dad's Day football game Sunday. The Duhawks pushed the Atchison, Kans., team around throughout the game with the only Raven touchdown corning on a fluke pass play. The intended receiver, Charlie Benio, accidentally batted Don Tabor's pass into the hands of teammate Jimmy Lemar, who ran 20 yards to avert a shutout. Elect Softball Officers EmmeUburg—The Emmetsburg Softball association elected the following new officers for the 1950 season at a recent meeting: Harland Boies, commissioner, succeeding Verne Goodlaxon; Vince Capenter, secretary and treasurer, succeeding Larry Jarvill. The association voted to contribute $200 to the building fund of the local hospital and to improve the lighting at the field. PONTIAC Prescribed Service Examination of your car's BRAKE SYSTEM Is as important to you as your life ins u r a n c e policy. Complete BRAKE service at. . . . John Gallagher, Inc. 22-24 Third N. W. . Phone 1144 Frisco 49ers Beat Browns Los Angeles Rams Defeat Bears 31 -16 New York, (£>)—The Cleveland Browns' bubble has burst. In fact, it has exploded. After a 2-year domination of the All-America football conference, during which they were unbeaten through 29 contests, the Browns finally came apart Sunday, but good. . San Francisco, an arch-enemy, dispelled the illusion of invincibility with a 56-28 route of the Browns, and in doing, 39 also recorded their first victory over the league champions since early 1946. In handing the Browns their 4th conference loss in almost 4 years, the rugged 49ers replaced the Clevelanders as league-leaders. The Frisco wrecking crew has a 5-1-0 record; the Browns 4-1-1. A wild coast gathering of 59,770 saw their "boy"—Frankie Albert —set a conference record for touchdown passes. The former Stanford magician flipped 5 scoring aerials in the thrill-a-minute contest. The other conference game saw the Los Angeles Dons upset the Buffalo Bills 42-28. Meanwhile, in the National league, the Los Angeles Rams cracked the Chicago Bears 31-16 to take-over sole leadership in the western division. Behind the brilliant Charley Conerly, the New York Giants outscored the Washington Redskins 45-35. Conerly passed for 2 tallies as the New Yorkers erupted for 3 touchdowns in the 3rd quarter for the convincing victory. Teachers Defeated in Conference for 1st Time Since '39 Des Moines, (IP)— South Dakota State, without an undisputed championship since 1933, is leading the North Central conference football parade with a 2-0 record. The Jackrabbits are there because they handed Iowa Teachers its first defeat in 32 conference games. The score was 14-13 for the Panthers' first downfall since North Dakota won 19-6 Oct. 2. 1939. A 6-6 tie with South Dakota State in 1946 was the only mar on the Iowa Teachers' streak. The sustained Panther supremacy carried the lowans to 4 unshared titles and joint ownership with Augustana (1942) and South Dakota (1947). South Dakota State expects to run its conference victory total to 3 Saturday against Augustana at Sioux Falls. Augustana has lost 2 games, the latest a 21-0 defeat by North Dakota. Iowa Teachers, with a 1-1 record, hopes to bounce back at Cedar Falls against North Dakota Saturday, Morningside, in 2nd place (3-1) following its 39-20 win over North Dakota State, plays Concordia at Sioux City Thursday. North Dakota has South Dakota as its foe at Grand Forks Friday night. The standings: W. L. Pot. Pts. S. Dakota State. 2 President Truman is the 32nd president of the United States. There's a ROOSTER on the label...and Quality in the beer Stewart are the romantic team of "Made for Each Other," showing at the Drive-in theater Tuesday only. It's a modern day drama of young married love. Lucile Watson and Charles Coburn are in the cast. Mornlnjside Iowa Teachers North Dakota . South Dakota Augustana ...... 0 2 0 1.000 41 1 .750 in 1 .500 4(1 Hi .r>00 28 '.- .500 7 .000 N. Dakota State U 2 .1)00 20 O.P. 33 flt 20 1U 1 47 CO Conference Standings BIG SIX W. West Waterloo . 2 East D. M. Fort Dodge .., North D. M. ., Mason City .. East Waterloo 2 2 0 0 0 L. 0 0 1 1 2 2 Copyright 1949, C. Hcilcmia Brewing Co., U Crouc, WUcouln BUTTER-NUT COFFEE ib. NORTHEAST IOWA Waverly ........ 4 0 Oelwein . ....... 3 0 Decorah ........ 3 1 Charles City ____ 2 2 New Hampton . . 1$ 1J Cedar Falls ..... 1 3 Cresco .......... 5 3.} Osage .......... 0 4 NORTH CENTRAL Webster City ... 3 0 Hampton ....... 2 1 Iowa Falls ..... 2 2 Algona ......... 2 2 Clear Lake ..... 1 1 Humboldt ....... 1 1 Clarion ......... 1 2 Eagle Grove .... 0 3 NORTH IOWA NorihWood ..... 4 Forest City ..... 3 Belmond ........ 3 Buffalo Center . . 2 Lake Mills ..... 0 Brltt ........... 0 Garner ......... 0 CORN BOWL St. Ansgar ...... 3 Nashua ......... 3 Manly ......... .2 Nora Springs .... 14 Rockford ....... 1 Riceville ........ 1 Greene 0 0 1 2 3 3 3 0 0 1 2 3 3 Pet. 1.000 1.000 .667 .000 .000 .000 1.000 1.000 .750 .500 .500 .250 .125 .000 1.000 .66 .500 .500 .500 .500 .333 .000 1.000 1.000 .750 .500 .000 .000 .000 1.000 1.000 .66 .375 .000 .000 .167 Golden Wedding Jubilee Club to Lunch Thursday Rudd—An invitation is extended to all persons married 50 years or more to attend the Golden Wedding Jubilee club meeting at the Methodist church Thursday. Luncheon at noon will be followed by a program and election of officers. Most Butler County Tax Money Collected Allison — Harvey J. DeBower, Butler county treasurer, reports that 96.5 per cent of the 1948 tax- payable this year was collected before the deadline Oct. 1. Last year the pre-deadline collection percentage was 96.2. RAINBOW GIRLS ORGANIZE—The Order of Rainbow, sponsored by the Bethany hapter, 0. E. S. F Osage, formally began its existence with a colorful program Saturday at ;he Masonic hall, under the direction of Worthy Matron Mrs. John H. Rickels, Osage. The afternoon program began at 2:30 with Mrs. Grace Sprecher, Denison, supreme nspector as supreme instituting officer and Mrs. Ethel A. Ballard, West Union, district nstructor, as instituting mar-* shal, in charge. Local mother of the new organization is Mrs. L. W. Kuhl. Officers of Charles City Hainbow girls, and local Eastern Star officers assisted in the instituting program, as well as the nitiation. At 6:30, 75 were served dinner, with table appointments in the ainbow hues. Girls were all presented corsages as favors. Thirty iris came from Charles City, including their officers. At 7:30, installation services were held. Betty Bissonette, as nstallmg worthy advisor; Patricia Slinger, installing marshal; Eleanor Kreitz, installing chaplain; Donna Mae Covey, installing recorder, and Virginia Bishop, installing musician, installed the 28 local girls. Following the installation, visiting district instructor, Mrs. Ethel A. Ballard and Mrs. Grace Sprecher, supreme inspector, gave short congratulatory talks and were presented with gifts by John Davidson, Rainbow dad. This beautiful service was open to the public, with 200 attending. By CARL WRIGHT "THIEATERS AT A GLANCE CECII "Africa Screams" now showing. CLOVER CREST LLUVtK CKtil pf g^ BUTTER ib.59 ALL VEGETABLE SHORTENING SPRY 3ib.cM?9 c Carnation MILK .. « Cons BRING IN YOUR TIDE, DREFT AND 3VORY SNOW COUPONS MEAT SPECIALS LEAN RIB BOILING BEEF » 25c DECKER'S ALL MEAT RING BOLOGNA .»29c BAKERY SPECIALS DATE PECAN ROCKS COOKIES D..29C RAISIN NUT CRIMP BREAD ^205 FRESH ROLLS Bokad Doily ot 4:00 f. M. THESE MICK EFFECTIVE TUESDAY and WEDNSEDAY PRITCHARD MOTOR CO. BUH6LARS KEEP OUT; PLEASE!i Bills Coach Fired; Clem Crowe Named as Replacement Los. Angeles, (JP) —Lowell P. "Red" Dawson, coach of the All- America conference Buffalo Bills, was out of a job Monday in the wake of the Bills' 42-28 defeat Sunday by the Los Angeles Dons. Team Owner James F. Breuil said he "requested and accepted" Dawson's resignation here. At the same time, Breuil named Line Coach Clem Crowe to the head coaching post. Crowe, Notre Dame captain in 1925 under Knute Rockne, has been line coach for 4 years. Previously, Crowe was head coach at the University of Iowa. He will have "full say" on his choice of assistants, Breuil said. Dawson formerly coached at Tulaiie where he starred as a quarterback in the'early thirties. The Bills have 4 defeats, a tie and one win—over highly-regarded San Francisco—this season. PALACE — "The Kissing Bandit" and "Rim o£ the Canyon" close Monday. "Pride of the Yankees" and "Brothers In the Saddle" open Tuesday. STRAND—"Letter to Three Wives" and "Gay Amigo" now showing. STATE—"The Return o£ October" and a Johnny Mack Brown feature close Monday. "Raw Deal" and "Mississippi Rhythm" open Tuesday. LAKE—"Mighty Joe Young" closes Monday. "The Stratton Story" opens Tuesday. DRIVE-IN — "W i t h o u t Reservations" closes Monday. "Made for Each Other" Tuesday only. the star of "The Gay Amigo," co- featured, * # * "Raw" Deal," dynamite-packed film opening at the State' theater Tuesday, .is a fury-filled drama of love and vengeance on the wrong side of the law. Dennis O'Keefe, star of "T-Men," is costarred with Marsha Hunt and Claire Trevor. "Mississippi Rhythm" is the co-feature, with Jimmie Davis. * * * The gallant story of one of the courageous figures of the sports world is unfolded in "The Stratton Story," which opens at 'the Lake theater Tuesday. The film is based on the spectacular and dramatic career of Monty Stratr- ton. James Stewart and June Allyson are the stars. * * * Carole Lombard and James Freeman Rites S*t Charles City—Graveside services for Mrs. Emma -Freeman, who died Thursday at the age of 83, were held at Fairview cemetery, Waterloo, at 11 a. m., Monday. Funeral services here were conducted at Grossmann's funeral home at 1:30 p. m. Sunday with the Rev. Walter M. Fritschel, of St. John's Lutheran church officiating. Wesley—Mesdamcs Viola Studer and Jeannine Ackerson accompanied the Julius Kelch family to Worthington, Minn., and helped them get settled in their new home. The Kelch family have lived in the Studer home for several weeks. The Crystal Lunch 12 South Washington SANDWICHES MEALS LUNCHES Cooked Right—Served Right— Priced Right Against the colorful background of the great American game of baseball, Samuel Goldwyn brings back to the screen one of the greatest real life dramas of the past decade, "The Pride of the Yankees," which opens at the Palace theater Tuesday. It tells the inspiring story of the late Lou Gehrig, son of humble immigrant parents, who climbed to national fame on the baseball diamond. It reveals the good sportsmanship, the devotion to his family and friends and the heroic courage which carried him down the Long, Long Trail, at only 37. "Brothers in the Saddle," with Tim Holt, is co-featured. * * # "In "Africa Screams," the current Abbott and Costello starrer showing at the Cecil theater, a whole herd of jungle animais share zoological honors with an 11-foot robot crocodile. This mechanized saurian was created for the sole purpose of biting Lou Costello in the seat of the pants. Clyde Beatty and Frank Buck manage the other animals. * * * "A Letter to Three Wives," showing at the Strand theater, has an all-star cast with Jeanne Grain, Linda Darnell and Ann Sothern in the title roles. They play the wives of Jeffrey Lynn, Paul Douglas and Kirk Douglas. Duncan Renaldo as the Cisco Kid is Benefit DANCE AVALON Ballroom Manly, Iowa Tuesday, Oct. 11 Music By Scandinavian Accordion Band Sponsored By THE CARPENTER SPORTSMAN CLUB Won 1st 2nd 3rd Sunset Inn ...» 740 7SI 714 | Food -City II 7-M 7(14 79SJ L. Bnrta 200; Dick Groh 504. Little Squirts . 3 07fi 71L 7113 Manly-Bart* . 0 TIB 7!19 758 Joe IJalek 195, 518. Hanltontown . 2 <!8X 715 714 Plym. Hu 1 723 BOO 708 . Smlts 101!, 404. Graf ton 2 55t 655 (ISO K. H. Beur ... 1 «7I> 618 Ola Hurley Walk 175, 490. H.C. S8I 417 •401 411 368 450 -J50 Tot. •WHO 2720 2M7 2444 258S 2487 2412 S340 Stole Grid Slate THURSDAY Concordia at Morriincsldc. SATURDAY Indiana at Iowa. Kansas State at Iowa Stale. Drake at Oklahoma Aggies. North Dakota nt Iowa Teachers. Coe at Cornell. Drpouw at Orlnnell. Upper Iowa, nt Ituona Vista. I>ul>nn»c nt Central. Iowa Wesleyan nt Penn. Valparaiso at Luther. Hlinpson at Parsons. Wcstmar at Wartburg. SUNDAY Lnras at St. Joseph's. St. Thomas at St. Ambrose. MARBLE ROCK IITJRLER TOSSES NO-HIT GAME Marble Rock—The Marble Rock high school baseball team defeated Bristow 5-0 behind the no-hit pitching of Chuck Meet, who fanned 13 batters. The winners got 9 hits off Fox of Bristow. ON TARKIO TEAM Garner — Robert McCullough, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hollis McCullough, has earned a position on the Tarkio college football team at Tarkio, Mo. The department of public relations of the college reports his work outstanding in the last game which Tarkio won 27-7. ENDS MONDAY # "The Return of October" Johnny Mack Brown Wtsttrn Starts TUES. Plus ' Raw . . . Savage Fury! KAWPfAL DENNIS DttEFE CLWRETTttVDB MAflSHAHWT CECIU ENDS TUES. • ClYDE WATT/ • • • • FCANK -BUCK. MAX »W BUOOT -BACK. PLUS First and Second World Series Games in Paramount News STARTS WEDNESDAY MuMURRAY Maur»»n O'HARA BURGLARS KEEP OUT, PLEASE There's really no sure way of keeping burglars out, but there is a sure way of protecting your valuables. For surprisingly little you can have the year-round protection of ^Etna Residence and Outside Theft Insurance. MANAGER RELEASED Sioux City, (ff) —General Man- nger Mike Murphy of the Sioux City Western league club has announced the release of the Soos manager, Don Ramsey. Murphy said Ramsay's release was part of a move to reconstruct the club, which finished last in the 1949 standings. AREWAY 1) I s l K | it I 1 I <) X Goodcll Beats Thornton Goodell — The Goodell high school baseball team defeated Thornton 14-6 in a game played here. Soorts Calendar TUESDAY — North Central Iowa Rod and Gun club meets at YMCA, time 8. Ted Williams and Vern Stephens of the Boston Red Sox make up the first American league twosome to drive in more than 300 runs in one season since 1937. BOX OFFICE OPENS 6:30 Rain or Clear — Two Shows Each Night Starting at 7 and 9 ENDS TONIGHT Ciaudette Colbert - John Wayne in "WITHOUT RESERVATIONS" On Highway 18 Between Mason City and Clear Lake TUESDAY NIGHT IS FAMILY NIGHT MAKE UP A PARTY — BRING AS MANY AS THE CAR WILL HOLD — ALL FOR ?1.00 CAR INC. TAX FOR YOUR FAMILY NIGHT — BARGAIN NIGHT OF FUN! LOMBARIkSTEWART MADE FOR EACH OTHER R*Ua««<J thru United Artirt* * Plus — "Gay Amigo" ENDS MONDAY TenyMun Bahteai Mat Annstn* TUES. - WED. - THURS. STORY OF A GUY WHO COULDN'T BE STOPPED! Stewart • Allyson THE isnuniOHi STORY AFTER--- "The Hour of Charm" Tuesday, Oct. 11 Enjoy a Delicious Lunch in the Delightful Atmosphere of the EADMAR Coffee Shop. ST. JOSEPH'S ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION DANCE SURF BALLROOM, Clear Lake LYNN KERNS AND HIS ORCHESTRA THURSDAY, OCT. 20, 1949 Admission . . . $1.00 TICKETS ON SALE AT • THE DILLON CO. • DECKER BROS. • ABEL & SON / • CASEY DRUG Public is Cordially Invited! End Monday — "The Kissing Bandit" — "Rim of the Canyon" STARTS TUES. • m WMUI Intimate, true-life thrilling drama of a headlined hero . . . and th*. girl who had his love, but dared not question his one secret! la i*t Mt NCMO1M • DirxHrf by SAM WOOD *«•••> "»r k» J» Sw*»tl(t« end Hcnmm J. M*nk(*«lct. Or!«hnl Jhxy by Fowl G*Uico PLUS— ACTION WITH TIM HOLT BROTHERS IN THE SADDLE

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