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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 18

Mason City, Iowa
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Friday, October 7, 1949
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M 20 Oct. 6, 1949 Hason Clly Globe-Gazette, Mason City. lit. Corwith Wins District 13-2 Over Kanawha Kanawha — Kanawha's defending fall high school baseball champions were eliminated 13-2 here Wednesday afternoon by the strong Corwith club. Corwith has qualified for the state fall finals to be hel:t at Slater. The winners got 16 hits off 3 Kanawha pitchers, Maynard, Thomson and Mewes, and the losers committed 4 errors. Walt Babcock, Corwith hurler, set Kanawha down on 7 hits and collected 7 strikeouts in the game. Other teams to make the state finals through Wednesday's district finals were Douds, Anthon, Carson, Mohona, Presentation Academy of Whittemore, Norway and demons. By The Associated Press New York—Cesar Ilrion, 197\is, Arsrn- tlna, stopped Tarn! Muuricllo, 20U4, New York, a. New Orleans — Bernard Docusen, 1-11, Now Orleans, stopped Frankle Palermo, 4Wi New York, 4. Worcester, Mass.—Roy Andrews, 13314, Lowell, outpointed Lino Garcia, 129V;, Havana, 10. Topeka, Kans.—Pat MoCafferty, 175, Topeka, knocked out Frankle Klobucar, 173, Chicago, 2. SWALEDALE WINS 3 GAMES IN 3 DAYS Swaledale—The Swaledale high school baseball team finished off its season with 3 triumphs in 3 days. Swaledale won 19-1 at Chapin Monday as the losers were held to 2 hits. Tuesday at Swale- dale the Thornton club was drubbed 13-1 as Thornton was shackled on 3 blows. 'Wednesday at Rockwell, Swaledale banged out 14 hits to beat Rockwell 14-7. The Swaledale club finished the fall season with a 7-3 record. BUYING CROWDS Tell a Mighty Story of the Great Values Offered During Our REMOVAL SALE NEVER, yes Never, has there EVER been a More HONEST LEGITIMATE REASON for running a sale as this! Everything has to be—MUST BE—wiSI be sold. NOW is the time to BUY from this GREATEST OF ALL CLOTHING SALE—AT Federal Clothes Shop ALL WOOL WORSTED SUITS And AH Wool Fine Covert — Well Tailored TOPCOATS .... $24.85 SAVE AN EXTRA $5.00 All Wool Worsted and Gabardine SUITS That are now on sale at $36.85. Reduced for Friday and Saturday Selling to $31.85 All Wool CRAV1NETTED Fine Gabardine TOPCOATS Tan and Grey—Now on Sale at $36.85. Reduced for Friday and Saturday Selling to Chamberlain Likes Minnesota, Hawks in Saturday Games By JERRY LISKA Chicago, (/P) — This is a weekend to give football seers the prognosticating shivers. But here goes: Michigan 18, Army 12 —The Cadets are the only team to hold a series advantage over Michigan. The Wolverines won't forget their 20-13 loss to Army in 1946, and 28-7 setback by the Cadets in 1945. It's a fine test between the East's best and the midwest magicians, who rank No. 1 in the AP national poll. Minnesota 19, Northwestern 7— The Gophers are in midseason form, according to Northwestern scouts. The Wildcats may be belligerent after that upset by Pitt, but Tonnemaker, Nomellini, et al, will cool 'em off. Northwestern expects Minnesota to fill that troublesome right halfback spot with a defensive "sleeper," Bob Thompson. Iowa 13, Illinois 7—It's hard to figure the Illini out after 2 straight ties, but the Hawkeyes have themselves an alert, sharp club This may be decided by who tosses most accurately between Iowa's Glenn Drahn and Illinois Bernie Krueger. California 20, Wisconsin 13 — The Badgers are well-drilled, enthusiastic and able, but California still hasn't pulled out all stops after wins over Santa Clara, St Mary's and Oregon State. Cal's Pappy Waldorf knows Big Ten football from his Northwestern days. Southern California 21, Ohio State 18—This should be a dingdong battle between 2 good bets for a Rose Bowl engagement. Both teams are under the pressure of ' worrying about their chief league riyals the following Saturday, Minnesota for Ohio State and California for the Trojans. Notre Dame 20, Purdue 7—The Boilermakers are through worrying about their Big Ten title chances after losses to Northwestern and Iowa. They'll be loose and ready for the Irish, but Notre Dame is in tip-top shape and should contain Harry Szulborski and mates. Texas Christian 14, Indiana 7— After thumpings by Notre Dame and Ohio State, the Hoosiers are too bruised to cope with T.C.U.'s aerial tricks. Michigan State 28, Maryland 6 —The Spartans are in high gear. Marquette 20, St. Louis 7—This is more like it for the Hilltoppers, who opened with beltings from Wisconsin and Michigan State. $31.85 ALL WOOL SLACKS UP TO $16.85 VALUES ALL WOOL £11 Otf ALL WORSTED GABARDINES $11«55 SUITINGS A SLACK SELECTION SECOND TO NONE! LATEST STYLES 55c ADVERTISED FANCY COTTON ANKLETS 39c PAIR $1.00 SLACKS A TABLE FULL $2.98 - $4.88 ALL WOOL TOO Part Wool — AH Wool SWEATERS $1.98 and $2.98 BEAU BRUMMEL, WHITE BROADCLOTH DRESS SHIRTS Now Only $1.59 100% Wool Letter SWEATERS $5.88 Men's WORK SOX, $f .00 6 Pair 1 White Handkerchiefs, 10 for $.00 LEE OVERALLS and JACKETS BIG SMITH OVERALLS . BOYS' LEE RIDER OVERALL PANTS ....... NOME OP GOOD CLOTUEC AVC ..,.,. $2.88 . ... $239 . . $1.89 Movie By CARL WRIGHT A ghost town, a long-lost treasure hoard and a trio of escaped rcillers provide a major share of the excitement in "Rim of the Canyon," which opens at the Palace theater Friday. The rest of the excitement generated around the picture stems from the fact that Autry plays his first dual role on the screen. Co-featured is the technicolor production, "The Kissing Bandit" THEATERS AT A GLANCE CECIL—"Enchantment" isow showing. PALACK—"Shockproof" and "Miss Mink close Thursday. "Tile Kissing and "lUm of Ibe Canyon" open of 30W Bandit" Friday. STRAND—"The ftlrl From Manhattan" and "The Winner's Circle" now show- Ing. STATE—"Hit the Road" and "Return of Daniel Boone" now showing. LAKE —"You're My Everything" clones Thursday. "The Gallant Legion" and "The Mutineers" open Friday. DR1VK-1N —"I'ltfall" closes Thursday "The Plunderers" opens Friday. with Frank Sinatra and Kathryn Grayson. Dance specialties are provided by Ricardo Montalban Ann Miller and Cyd Charisse. * * * Two love stories in the same setting are suspensefully devel- loped in "Enchantment," showing at the Cecil and co-starring Davic N i v e n, Teresa Wright, Evelyn Keyes and Farley Granger. The setting is the Dane family horn* on the outskirts of London. Th< romance of N i v e n and Mis. Wright takes place around tin turn of the century; the seconc love affair during World war II with Miss Keyes and Granger a the central figures. * * * Charles Laughton, versatil INDUSTRIAL BOWLING STANDINGS W. L. Fct. Jack Sprat Foods 12 a .800 Quality Fruit 12 I! .800 Northern Life Insurance .... 12 3 .800 "National Guard 11 4 .733 Ray Scncy, Jewelry 10 fi .fifiT Montgomery Ward 10 5 .(!<17 V. F. AV 10 5 .(1B7 Betsy Ross Baking Co !) (> .(100 Mason City Appliance H 7 .533 De Wilde Auto K 7 .533 Mason City Brick & Tile ... 8 7 .53S Milwaukee Railroad 7 » .107 Storz Beer , fi i) .400 L'cgionnairc Club B 10 .333 Bordcn Co K 10 .333 North Western Railroad 5 10 .333 Swift & Co 5 10 .333 Jefferson Transportation Co. 4 11 .207 Knlfhts of Columbus 2 13 .133 Electrical Workers 1 14 .007 INDUSTRIAL BOWLING SCORES Won 1st 2nd 3rd II.C. Tot. Northern Life, a 708 820 853 3(5!) 281B Jack Sprat .... 1 7»5 820 748 312 Dick Clausen 201; Dale Hyde 530. Betsy Ross .. 1 75D 735 812 240 15 783 732 2675 411 M. C. Appl. L. Williams !><i; Mullan 502. Brick & Tile . 2 728 701 707 Swift & Co. . 1, C04 62S 748 J. Bell 211, ri5. Borden Co. .. 1 02B 720 007 Jefferson Tr. 2 080 071 725 Felix 18-:; 48'i. Mont. Ward . 3 700 700 731 K. of C 0 738 844 703 Ed Bcrnemann 1011, 301. V. F. W 3 715 753 089 Elec. Workers. 0 02S 725 1597 Wallace ]()»; A. Bnbck 4<!3. De Wilde Auto 1 043 728 718 Natl. Guard... 2 720 727 072 Dick Hcrzoe 381: Ared White 470. Quality Fruit. 0 713 078 859 255 Roy Scney ... 3 005 018 1012 150 Blng Torkin 830, 028. Amer. Legion, 2 085 708 705 N. W. R. R. ,1 0(!D 753 72-1 Frocschle 207, f>17. Milwaukee ... 0 «55 727 704 Stnrz Beer 3 713 735 704 DC Somcry 173, 475. 2552 2Q4I 3GO 450 315 174 4 or. 300 3D3 423 438 351 327 450 2535 2305 24<W 2424 27-i a 2150 2!ifi2 2S01 2182 23JS 2.105 2DD1 233(1 2197 2113 2fi32 TO CAPTAIN TEACHERS Cedar F^ls, (£>)—Bob Ogren of Kiron, Iowa Teachers' tackle, will captain the Panthers in their football game with South Dakota State at Brookings Saturday. The teams will battle for the North Central conference lead. Although Washington has played 4 times in the Rose Bowl, a 14-14 lie with Navy in 1924 is the best result the Huskies have been able to gain. CLEARUKE LAST CHANCE THURSDAY DAN DAILEY • ANNE BAXTEK FRIDAY - SATURDAY THE TEXAS RANGERS IN ACTION! WILLIAM ELLIOTT THE Gallant with ADIUH BOOTH IOM»H SCHI1DKMAUT . ««IKI «»"OT |. G1NDL.ER.. PROP. —AND— MODERN PIRATES! RIVERSIDE BARN 725 North Kentucky- Mason City DANCE FRI. OCT. 7 Music By Cedar Valley Cowboys • SAT. OCT. & Music By Hrubes Huskers Barn Available for Private Dances For Reservations Phone 1192-J creen favorite, scores again In The Girl From Manhattan," howing at the Strand. Co-staring with Dorothy Lamour and eorge Montgomery, he plays a genial bishop whose duties inhale keeping his newest protege >ut of harm's way. "The Win- icr's Circle," racing story, is co- eatured. Jean Willes and Bob ioward are co-starred. * * * Gladys George and Barton Mac- -ane are co-starred in "Hit the ^oad," showing at the State theater. Evelyn Ankers, Charles iang, Shemp Howard and little Bobs Watson have prominent roles. "Wild" Bill Elliott is the star of the co-feature, "The Re- Lurn of Daniel Boone," adventure story. * * * William Elliott, who plays the role of Gary Con way in "The Gallant Legion," opening at the Lake Friday, is a western star who really knows the ranching and rodeo business. "The Mutineers," co- feature, stars Jon Hall. * * * Rod Cameron is co-starred with Dona Massey and Adrian Booth in "The Plunderers," opening a the Drive-In Friday. It's a rugget outdoor role for Cameron. Texas has 15,662 miles of railway, more than any other U. S state. DANCE] AVALON BALLROOM Manly, Iowa Sat., Oct. 8 | Music By THE yiKING Accordion Band Benefit Dance Tues.,0et.11 Sponsored By The Carpenter Sportsman Club Music By The Scandinavian Accordion Band DEAD EflD KIDS LITTLE TOUGH GUVS . • ; . •*;,•••..::,;?;••. 1 ITTHE Guns raop up the bullet - spattered frontier! "WILD" BILL ELLIOTT THE nf Tuna OF BANIfL Regular Low Admission uewis Named Osage Public Works Head Osage—New city superintendent of public works is Clifford Lewis, who officially began his duties Tuesday with his office in the city lall. Osage has been without a superintendent since the resignation of Henry Hughet, Aug. 1. Lewis is a native of Mason City, where he was graduated from the Mason City high school. He came with his family to Osage 15 years ago and since that time has been employed as shop manager for the Ben Chatman Implement store. As shop manager he has had special training along mechanical lines, has always toyed with refri^eva- tion, his special hobby, and has built his own deep freeze. The Lewis family has 1 daughter, Miss Jeanette, senior student in the Osage high school. Sattre, total $7,266,098. The total ncludes exemptions from Decorah $1.625.745; Calmar $338,410; Ossian $287,518; Spillville $156,402; Ridge/;':/ $107,505; Fort Atkinson $89,900; Castalia $50,588; Jackson Junction $42,505. SEEK EXEMPTIONS Decorah — Applications for homestead exemptions from the Winneshiek county assessment for 1949, as filed to the state tax commission by County Auditor Melvin NOW! THRU FRIDAY ootoiHir tuotai UMOi'R • MONTGOMERY UUGHTON _. Plus — "WINNER'S CIRCLE HAVE YOU SEEN OUR NEW GOLD ROOM! A delightful place to enjoy a dinner with your family REASONABLE PRICES OPEN EVEI?Y EVENING Till 12 Midnight Except Sundays The Covered Still 4 Big Nites To Go! Thurs., October 6th POLIO BENEFIT DANCE Morrow Melodians Friday, October 7th BOB'S HILLBILLIES (Western) Saturday, October 8th MAL DUNN (Modern) SUNDAY, OCT. 9TH "386 Pounds of Fun" TINY H!LL With His Double Shuffle Beat Orch. Hear Him Play "Angry." - §1.23 plus Tax Per Person. POLIO BENEFIT DANCE! SURF BALLROOM THURSDAY, OCTOBER 6 MORROW'S MELODIANS 10-PIECE ALL-GIRL ORCHESTRA AND ENTERTAINERS BUY YOUR TICKETS NOW! The Dillon Co. — Ray Seney's Jewelry — Decker Bros, and At All Service Clubs ADMISSION ONLY $1.00 «..,. ™ T««> Sponsored by Amvets Post 92 100% of Proceeds Go to Cerro Gordo County Polio Fund HAVE FUN AND DANCE — KILL POLIO'S CHANCE BALL ROOM CLEAR LAKE IOWA ENJOY A DELICIOUS DIN • SPECIAL FOR FRIDAY STRICTLY FRESH FISH DINNERS • CHICKEN • STEAKS • CHOPS REGULAR MEALS Everything Sparkling New and Clean at THE NEW HOLLYWOOD CAFE 220 South Federal OPEN EVERY SUNDAY—SPECIAL CHICKEN DINNER THUR. & FRI. ONLY Just About The Most Wonderful Love Story Ever Filmed ... DAVID NIVEN TERESA WRIGHT FARLEY GRANGER EVELYN kEYES — Plus — Cartoon News Great Entertainment For Everybody! —STARTS SATURDAY— Abott & Costello, "AFRICA SCREAMS" END THURS. CORNELL WILDE In "SHOCKFIIOOF" anil "MISS MINK OF 1910" OPENS FRI. With Jon Hall-Adele Jcrgens HIS NEWEST AND BEST! COMING TUES., OCT. 11 GARY COOPER IN "THE PRIDE OF THE YANKEES" ENDS TONIGHT Lizabeth Scott Dick Powell n PITFALL' Box Office Rain oV Clear — Two Shows Opens 6:45 Each Night at 7 and 9 Adults 60c — Children Under 12 FREE ON HIGHWAY 18 BETWEEN CLEAR LAKE and MASON CITY FRIDAY AND SATURDAY WILD AS RAGING PRAIRIE FIRES! ILONA MASSEY • ADRIAN BOOTH FORREST TUCXU ADDED FUN "HAROATV COUNTER ATTACK* "Don't Fool Your Wife" Leon Errol

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