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Mason City, Iowa
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TEN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, JANUARY 29 · 193t GAZETTE S LEADERS TESTED AT LOCAL GAMES Y. M. C. A. League to See 2 Battles Against First Place Occupants. 5*. M. C. A. MAJOR LEAGUE STANDINGS .Marshall and Swift Hamilton'!! . . . . ...... , Com Country Bush Pastry State Brand «·- 4 4 Prt. .son .8110 .601) .400 .400 .000 RESULTS LAST \\KF.K Corn Country 33: nlnmnnd Bread 24. Marsha" anil Swift 34: Stale Brand 18. Hamilton 1 * 26: But* Pantry 10. GAMES THURSn/VT Marshall and Swift v». Bush Pastry. Hamilton's TS. Corn Country. Diamond Bread vs. State Brand. T M C A. Major league leaders will be severely tested Thursday night on the local court, when second and third place teams oppose the top-notchers in the opening games of the evening's program. Diamond Bread, now ranked in a tie for third, will play the cellar dwellers, Iowa State Brand, in the third contest of the evening. Corn Country's fast-coming team will provide a tough opponent for Hamilton's and the big Bush Pastry squad from Clear Lake will give Marshall and Swift heavy opposl- . tion. SKI FANS HEADED TO U.S. CONTEST Entry List Close to 150 as Date Draws Near for Red Wing Meet. SATURDAY PROGRAM MORNING 10:00--Cross-country ski race. (National championship.) 10:30--Dosled derby. AFTEK.VOON j : 00--scolor, Class C f.W Jumps. EVENING 7:00--Coronation of Ski Queen. , g : oo--Ice skntln? carnival. 9:30--Tournament balj. SUNDAY PROGRAM AFTERNOON s .OO--Class A, B ski jumps. (National championship.) 6:30--Banquet. 8:00--Hockey. RED WING, Minn., Jan. 29.-There is every indication of a successful national ski tournament here this week-end as the entry list, expected to reach the 150 mark, is nearing that point, and 500 committeemen announce their plans complete. Ski enthusiasts will find a host of star attractions on the skiing program, inasmuch as Alf, Sverre and Kaare Engen, all of Salt Lake City, Utah, and the two Bletila brothers of isnpeming, Mich., young luminaries of the ski world, have sent in their entries. In addition to these outstanding attractions, Lemoine Batson of Santon, S. Dak., Johnny / Oliver of Minneapolis, Gunnar Oman of Chicago and Harry Tregillis of Red Wing are scheduled to ride. Despite the fact that work on Charlson hill, under a $2,000 reconstruction program to make possible jumps of over 200 feet, has been held up during the severe cold weather, the slide is expected to be in perfect shape by tournament FORTHAYSHEftD GETS IOWA POST State College to Call Yeager to Fill Shoes of Wells as Line Assistant. AMES, Jan. 29.--James J. Yeager head football coach at Fort Hays, Kansas · State college, Hays, Kans., was yesterday recommended by the athletic council for the position of line coach at Iowa State college. The president of the college and the state board of education must approve the appointment. Yeager will succeed Marshall Wells, line coach during the past year, whose resignation to become head line coach at Yale University was accepted today. Wells was an all-American tackle while at the University of Minnesota. Yeager has built a wide reputation as a line coach. He is a graduate of Kansas State college where he played guard on the football team. For the past 5 years he has been at Fort Hays Kansas State college, and during the past year he served as head football 'coach. His team last fall won 8 of its 10 games, one victory being a 3 to 0 decision over Kansas State. · Yeager will probably come to Iowa State for 4 weeks this spring to assist with spring practice. Riceville, Orchard Win and Lose in Two Scraps RICEVILLE, Jan. 29.--Riceville cagerg defeated Orchard Tuesday night by a score of 36 to 12. Burke scored 19 points and Herdman 12 points for Riceville while K, Francis was high point man for Orchard. In the second string game, Orchard won 24 to 9 with Lewis making 10 points for Orchard. The question now is whether lavish federal spending has primed the pump or flooded the carburetor.-Charlotte Observer. On Dodger Faculty FRED GRAHAM Fred Graham, principal and athletic coach at Luverne high school, has accepted a position a« biology Instructor and assistant wrestling coach in Fort Dodge high school. He will join the faculty when the spring semester opens. DAVEY WINS TRIO AT CITY BOWLING Stoddard and N. W. Clubs Take Honors; Powell Tops Individual Shooters. WOMEN'S LEAGUE l-j--Oolf and Country club vs. Mickey Mouse. 3-4--Style Shoppe vs. Diamond A-B Bread. 5-6--Florlmel vs. I). K. Lundberp. CITV LEAGUE Postponed Game. * 7-8--International Truck vs. Moose Lesion. Hugh Davey swept its series in the City bowling league Tuesday night, winning three games from Decker's Plant, while Blumer's Golden Blow, Decker's Office and the Globe-Gazette each won a pair of games. Northwesetrn States Portland Cement, Stoddard's and the Crane company were other losing outfits. Stoddard's team was the high five-man outfit with 2,776 pins, while Northwestern States led the singles with 980. Bob Powell's 243 and 621 series led the individual marks, with Urban Vossberg shoot- ng a. 237 and 612 for second honors. TUESDAY SCORES BLUMER'S GOLDEN GLOW Players-- 1st 2nd 3rd To. Av. j Force 153 164 151 468 166 B Krail 127 149 180 456 152 E. Shcktt 1-4 211 158 541 180 C Bishop 160 174 157 491 164 E". BadcliM 113 115 148 437 146 Actual Pins 720 873 793 2395 758 Handicap 78 78 78 234. 78 TOTAL FINS 807 951 871 2629 876 NORTHWESTERN CEMENT CO. Players -- 1st 2nd 3rd To. Av. F Plrkl ........ 212 1G5 · 178 555 185- M plrJil ........ 155 203 178 53S 179 M Schulr. ........ lr,2 156 137 465 152 W Lavelle ...... 171 168 149 488 163 G Bull ........... 204 149 142 495 165 Actual Pins .. Handicap . . . TOTAL PINS .. 804 841 76 76 2529 228 917 860 2757 919 Playe] CRANE CO. 1st 2nd 3rd C. Swnfforf 178 133 187 498 166 L. Dcsomery 171 177 190 538 179 T Krumbholtz 169 159 148 464 155 Yf. Odell 145 188 151 484 161 B. Bey 165 192 178 S35 178 .ictual pin 828 849 852 2529 843 Handicap 49 49 48 147 49 TOTAL PINS . . . . 877 898 901 2676 892 GLOBE-GAZETTE Flaye 1st 2nd 3rd To. AT. T Colloton 167 170 157 494 165 0 Bers 199 1« 143 4 " 6 lsfl 1 Tamasl 158 148 155 459 153 B Dusold 134 180 204 518 J73 B Powell 188 190 243 621 207 Actnal Plus . . . . 835 831 902 Z568 856 Handicap ....... 64 64 64 192 64 lOTAt PINS . . . . 8 9 0 895 966 2750 020 HUGH DAVEY AND SON Players -- 1st 2nd 3rd To. T, i. Not ........ 158 136 123 417 J.' Vossberg ....... 175 200 -237 612 L Davey ......... 172 -152 180 604 G. SHUlers ........ 205 190 189 . C. M. Collins ..... 163 186 137 Actual Pin* Handicap ... Av. 133 204 168 195 162 873 864 866 2603 , 51 51 51 153 808 51 TOTiL PINS 924 915 9172756 919 DECKER'S PLANT Player* G. Kolb L. CocRins .. r. BaldiH . . H. Wolske . . \\. Kicks . . . C. Kaufman Actual Fin. Hamlicnp . 1st 2nd 159 197 139 1.15 158 168 To. 542 294 478 335 324 496 Av. 181 14 159 168 162 165 . . . R14 894 7fl.i 2436 . . . 7 2 6 8 7 0 210 TOTAL FINS 855 913 911 2679 893 DECKER'S OFFICE Players-- 1st 2nd 3rd To. M. Kaufman 193 18S 148 526 L Fait 13.1 165 11)1 48!) B! Dull 132 157 138 427 .1. LinHsey 148 181 14B 475 f. McDonald 208 178 133 51!) Actual Pins 814 864 766 213fi S12 Handicap 103 103 103 308 103 TOTAL FINS 917 969 859 2745 9: STODDARD'S Playrrj-- 1st 2nd 3rd To. A W. Lorins 132 168 198 493 16f C. Eslick 136 162 141 459 153 H. Knesel 110 160 1S3 423 141 D. Clark 152 178 136 466 155 3. Stoddard ISO 150 159 495 165 Actual Pins .. Handicap . . ,. 730 824 787 2341 780 .. 145 145 145 435 145 TOTAL PINS 875 969 932 2776 9S5 PLAN FOLD SERIES AMES, Jan. 29. (.T)--The Iowa state polo team will play eight home matches this year, the first an in door dual with Illinois, March 14 The Cyclones won the midwest col' legiate title last spring. Twelve vet erans and six newcomers work ou' daily under the direction of Capt John Lewis. WALDORF CAGERS LOSE LOOP GAME Warriors Drop Contest When Gun Ends Rally With Home Squad 7 Points Behind. FOREST CITY, Jan. 29.--In a game which was a thriller in its closing minutes the Waldorf Warriors bowed to the Emmetsburg Jaysees in a Hawkeye conference game, 38 to 31, at Forest City last night. Coming back in the closing minute of play after being behind 29 to IS. at end of the third quarter the Warriors were hitting the basket from all angles when the gun ended the game. Playing against a taller team, which had control of the tipoff and took the ball of the back board, the Warriors were defeated as they failed to connect with their free throws. The Waldorf team connected for only 4 of 13 gift shots. Both Waldorf and the boys from Ern- metsburg hit the hoop for 13 buckets, led by Harold Johnson at guard and Bob Anderson at forward, who hit the baskets for 9 points. For Emmetsburg Sullivan at guard connected for 11, largely through his keen eye on gift shots. The Warriors, playing improved ball, journey south to Webster City to play the Webster City Indians Friday night. THE BOxSCORE. WVLDORF--31 EAD'ETSBL'RG--3S fe ft i is it : Anderson t 4 1 3 Prochaskl J 1 2 2 RasmMBca 1 1 3 0 Kcnvlrk t 1 0 1 Fox c 3 1 4 Darrah I 4 2 2 Taylor c 0 0 0 Flrklas c 2 2 1 Johnson g 4 1 1 Solllvan t 3 5 3 \Villls K 0 0 3 Thackcr c 1 1 4 A. Anderson t 1 I) 4 Vanhoven t 0 0 1 Lehman c 0 0 1 Carmlchacl c 1 0 0 Martin £ 0 0 0 TOTALS 13 t 15 TOTALS Kunnin? score uy quartern: WALDORF .............. « EMMETSBCRG .......... 9 - 13 12 14 CHICKASAWS WIN IN COMET SCRAP Charles City Loses Under Deluge of Baskets as Leaders Win Again. CHARLES CITY, Jan. 29.--New Hampton kept its conference record clear in its contest last night with the Charles City Comets, winning a one-sided game in which the Icoals scored but 1 goal and a free throws, 25 to 6. The Comets were unable to ceep Babcock away from the basket and the close guarding of New iampton made goal tossing almost a minus quantity. Score by quarters was 1 to 1, 11 to 2, 19 to 3 and 5 to 6. In the opening game between the second teams of the two schools Charles City emerged the victor by a score of 24 to 14, Mueller account- ng for 16 points on 8 goals. THE BOXSCORE CHARLES HAMPTON--25 CITV--6 ff It t IS tt t Strubte t 2 .1 1 Smith f 0 1 2 Korean I 1 1 3 Henry f 0 0 0 Babcock c 3 0 (1 conway c 0 0 0 H. Carney f ! II 2 Bonsall f 1 2 1 fi Carney g 0 3 1 Hammond J. 0 1 0 Kntlsh : 0 0 0 Ftrch f 0 0 0 Lynch f 1 0 0 Fnlcher f 0 - 0 2 Kemp f 1 0 0 Miclchif 0 0 0 Zlerath g 0 0 0 Isham g 0 0 0 TOTALS 10 5 7 TOTALS 1 4 5 Belmond Bronchos Win as Sheffield High Loses in First Team Basket Game BELMOND, Jan. 29.--In a hard fought game played on the local floor Tuesday night the Belmond Bronco basketball team defeated Sheffield high school 24 to IT. At the half the score stood 15 to 11 in favor of the Broncos, although the visitors had run their total up to five points before the locals pro cured a basket. Packard, forward for the local team, was high point man with 15 to his credit. In a preliminary game the Sheffield second team defeated the Belmond second string 11 to 3. Several exhibition boxing bouts were staged between local students. Rock Falls, Nora Springs High Schools Divide Tilts and Tie in Third Contest NORA SPRINGS, Jan. 29. OT-Rock Falls and Nora Springs divided two games and tied another here Tuesday night. The Rock Falls girls won 28 to 9 and the boys lost by two points, 25 to 23. The Rodrian sisters led the girls' attack to put Rock Falls ahead 16 to 4 at the half' Nora Springs rallied late in the fourth quarter ,to win. Usher and Wilkinson led the attack for the visitors with 12 and 10 points. Many foula were called throughout the game. Kingsbury led the Nora Springs team. The junior high teams tied 3 to 3 in two overtime periods. Thompson Basket Teams Win From Grafton Clubs GRAFTON, Jan. 29.--The boys' and girls' basketball teams from Thompson were victors over the local squads Monday night. The boys' score was 21 to "9 and the girls' score was 17 to 13. Drake Loses Contest to Creighton, Jays on Top in Mizoo Basket League OMAHA, Jan. 29. (/P)--Creighton occupied first place in the Missouri Valley basketball race today after handing'Drake its first conference defeat, 41 to 30, here last night in a rough contest. Drake never seriously pressed the Bluejays who scored seven points before the Bulldogs counted. Creighton was ahead 26 to 18 at the half. Creighton has won five of its six valley games, while Drake and Tulsa are ti«d for second place with two victories and one defeat. CLARTOWSEE INDIE CONTESTS Wrestlers Compete in Meet Between Former Stars of Cresco, Cowboy Squads. CLARION, Jan. 29.--An amateur wrestling meet has been arranged in which several of the outstanding amateur wrestlers of the state will tangle when the Cresco Athletic club meets the Clarion Athletic club here Wednesday evening at the Independent Order of Odd Fellows' hall. . In the 118 pound class Cresco brings Hanson, state high school champion in 1935, to meet Collins, a 1935 Clarion high boy. Donald Maland, in the 125 pound class, holds the state championship in two weights. He will compete with Vic Strever of Clarion, who holds second and third place in the state high school tournament and also holds the. A. A. U. championships in the 112 and US classes, as well as third place in the national A. A. U. at 118 pounds. Morford Meets Champion. A 135 pounder, Hilke of Cresco, state champion and also district champion, will wrestle Lyle Morford, second in National Collegiate, second in National A. A. U., and member of the United States Olympic in 1932. Cresco wili be represented in the 145 pound class by Ray Bateman. state high school and national high school champion in 1933; Clarion's man will be Laurel Morford, who placed second in the mid- west A. A. U. and holds second place in the state high school tour- lament. In the 155 pound class, Jenks Durfee, Cresco, state high school and national high school champion, meets'Dale Hill," Clarion, former tornell college star wrestler. Don Nichols of Cresco, 165 pounds, holder of the state high school cham- jionship in 1935, will clash with Dick Poundstone, who won second place in the state high shoo! meet n 1931.' Star 175 Pounders. Wrestlers in the 175 pound class will be Virgil Novak of Cresco, runner-up in the district high school meet, and Myron Walsh of Clarion, state high school runner-up in 1931. Heavyweight, V. Jarash, Cresco, district high school champion, will meet Leland Wilson, former Cornell college star, who has plenty of power and experience. In addition to Dale Hill and Leland Wilson, Laurel Morford ana Lyle Morford piled up enviable records at Cornell college. As an added feature, there will be a three- round amateur boxing exhibition between "Lily" White, Golden Glove champion of South Dakota in 1935, and Burch, another outstanding wrestler from the Clarion CGC camp. 600 Seats Ready. The hall in which the meet is to be held has been arranged to seat 600, and N. B. Anderson, manager of the club, is confident that a large crowd will attend, as similar meets in the past have been enthusiastically attended by local fans. The club was organized this year and is composed of Clarion young men who are interested in boxing and wrestling. Their schedule for this season includes the following: Feb. 6, at Cresco; Feb. 12, Des Moines Y. M. C. A., at Clarion; Feb. 27, Des Moines Y. M. C. A., at Des Moines. Tentative arrangements for Cornell college to meet the Clarion boys at Clarion are under way for a later date. ATIGS WIN 19TH ROCK ISLAND, 111., Jan. 29. UP) --Augustana college won its nineteenth straight basketball victory last night, defeating St. Ambrose, its Tri-City rival, 43 to 24. Miller, a guard, scored 10 points for the winners. Goodell High Top Squad in Seven Eagles League. SEVEN EAGLES CONFERENCE Wilson Seeks Republican Nomination for Governor Des Moines Attorney Now Polk County's State Senator. DES MOINES, Jan. 29. OP)-Jeorge A. Wilson, Des Moines attorney and state senator from Polk county today announced his candidacy for the republican nomination for governor. Wilson made known his intentions in a brief statement in which he pledged full co-operation to "any program beneficial to the major in- Justry of our state--agriculture," and said he would go into further detail as to his plans as the campaign progresses. His statement added that if nominated and elected he would to the best of his ability "set up a government honestly and economically administered," and see that laws are executed "without fear or favor." Call Likely Opponent. The Des Moines attorney ia the first candidate to make a formal announcement for the nomination although George Call of Sioux City, generally regarded as a. candidate, has taken out nomination papers. On the democratic side, Lieut Gov. Nels Kraschel so far is the only candidate for that party's designation for governor. Friendly personally, Kraschel and Wilson have tangled in parliamentary tactics in the state senate. Wilson for the past several terms has beon a republican leader in the senate, where legislators regard him as one of the outstanding parliamentarians. He frequently presided over the senate in the absence of Lieut. Gov Kraschel. Plans Active Campaign. He expects to make an active campaign for the nomination in advance of the June primaries. Wilson first was elected to the state senate in 1926, and was reelected in 1930 and 1934. He entered the practice of law in Des Moines in 1907 upon being graduated from the State University law college. He also attended Grinnell college. For a time Wilson was assistant Polk county attorney and then was elected county attorney for one term. He was apnointed district court judge in 1917 but resigned after serving three years to re-enter general practice. He was born on a farm in Adair county. GEORGE A, WILSON BAKERS LOSE IN PAIR OF SCRAPS Rudd, Britt Cage'rs Win in Two Contests Against Diamond Breads. Mason City's Diamond Bread Bakers, defending North Iowa tournament champions, dropped two rames over the week-end to teams ;hat will be their opponents in this year's independent tournament, losing to Britt's Hottentots 71 to 34 and to the Rudd Merchants, 44 to 33. Clark, Dana and Rydson led the Britt scoring with 22, 18 and 17 points, while Burns topped the Bakers with 10. The Rudd Merchants got away to a 28 to 11 lead at the half, although the Bakers outscored them 22 to 16 in the second session. Johnny Finch led the Rudd team with 18 points, while Boyer got 10 for he Mason Cityane. The Bakers play the Garner Mer chants Wednesday night and the Ti tonka Indians Saturday night at Ti tonka. - "Magnificent Obsession," from 'loyd C. Douglas' novel, is to be shown soon at the Cecil. Robert Taylor and Irene Dunne have the leading roles. * * « Friday's feature film at the Cecil is "We're Only. Human," starring Preston Foster and Jane Wyatt. JANE FKOMAK MAKES DEBUT Jane Froman was bom in St. Gondpll 7 Crystal Lake -1 Klcmnic . ·· - -1 Kfmawha 2 U'ndfn 1 Hayfltld 0 IVI. l.n'm .(iOO .BOO .400 .inn .000 Osage, Forest City Tie in Wrestling Tussle as Green Heavyweight Wins OSAGE, Jan. 29.--Osage and Forest City high schools tied in a Tuesday night wretsling match here, 17 to 17. Tne Forest City squad won a previous decision at Forest City, and the visiting team-led 17 to 13 as the final match came up. Kurtz, Osage heavyweight, nearly earned a fall but was prevented by the end of the match. THE SUMMARY. (Jli--Leeman (0) defeated slelff (FC) 5:45. 95--Asperson (FC) defeated Slnwson (0) 5:35. IDS--VIsUocIl (0) threw C. Feterunn (FC) IIS--Mlriiacll (O) defeated Copland (FC) 5:50. 2.1_Georue (FC) threw Howe (0) 4:30. 315--B Peterson (FC) defeated W. Kurtz (O) 4:40. 4.1--Slants (FC) defeated Reed (0) 2:40, n.T--nla* (O) defeated Martin (FC) 5:5.1. 65--Arhnckle (FC) defeated Chrljtensen (O). Heavy---I. Kurtz (O) defeated Tnnrston '(FC). GOODELL, Jan. 29.--Too much snow caused many games to be canceled in the Seven Eagles conference last week. Goodell played two games to remain undefeated, trouncing Kanawha 39 to 16 and coming back to eke out a 30 to 29 decision over Klemme, on the latter's court. Crystal Lake had a hard time disposing of Woden 26 to 24 in the only other game played. Emmetsburg High School Takes Late Lead for Win EMMETSBURG, Jan. 29.--Emmetsburg high school's cagers defeated Eatherville high 25 to 20 in a fast lakes conference game here Tuesday night with Estherville leading 14 to 10 at the half. Beatty led Emmetsburg with 15 points and Hornby led the visitors with 5. Estherville's seconds defeated the Emmetsburg reserves 28 to 15. Entertains Bridge Club. "CRYSTAL LAKE--Ethel entertained the bridge club at the Cliff Stewart home Monday night High score prize was won by Berniece Tanner and low by Merian Roberts. OLD-TIME FRIDAY Earl Hunt and His Orchestra S, S. Tax Incl. SATURDAY COURT HUSSEY And His Orchestra S. S. Tax Included Don Strickland Sat., Feb. 8 .That New Year's Evr. Band At Mason City THEATERS B; B. J. T. SCREEN ODDITY EV "SPLENDOR" Joel McCrea, who appears to be dressed in conventional black in the scones of formal affairs in "Splendor," playing through Thursday at the Cecil, was really attired in a full dress suit of bright red. The latter color photographs as a 'deep, rich black. Miriam Hopkins has the feminine lead in this picture. * # * 'Captain Blood," opening Saturday at the Cecil, features Errol Flynn in the title role. The young Irishman, comparatively new to films, won this role after a series of screen tests in which he competed with a score of famous actors. · CURRENT FEATURES CECIL--Ends Thursday, "Splendor." P A L A C E -- Starts Wednesday, "Stars Over Broadway" and "Case of the Missing Man." STRAND--Ends Thursday. "Here Comes the Band" and "Dante's Inferno." STATE--Ends Thursday, "Jalna" and "Superspeed." fii;:M:ni NOW THRILL, TOWN, THRILL! TED LEWIS _in-"HERE COMES THE BAND" --With-Virginia Bruce, Ted Healy COMPANION FEATURE UNFORGETTABLE DRAMA '" m TQDA*--AND JUl. WMt! · "Dante's Inferno" With Spencer Tracy, Claire Trevor H. B. Walthall, Alan Dinehart The Most Spectacular Climax in Modern Drama! Now Showing The book that ·formed a na- lloo'n h e a r t n o w flumes tlpoo the ncrcen I .1 Daredevil startle* na- ^ tlonl Smashes hearts and records In deafh-defylnR rare Superspeed Added Ffatnrelte EDDIE PEABODY "SHOESTRING FOLLIES" Louis, Mo., Nov. 10, 1911. She be;an her education in a convent in Jllnton, Mo., and then went successively to Christian college, Co- umbla, Mo.; University of Missouri, at Columbia; Central college, Fayette, Mo.; Forest Park college, St. Louis, and the Cincinnati Conservatory of Music. While attending the latter school she was given an audition at a radio station in Cincinnati and a job. Later she went to New York where she has since been singing on chain broadcasting stations. She also has appeared in vaudeville and in the Ziegfeld Follies of 1934 and 1935. Miss Froman makes her film debut in "Stars Over Broadway," which plays through Friday at the Palace on the same program with a new murder mystery, "The Case of the Missing Man," which stars Roger Pryor with Joan Perry. Miss Perry, like Miss Froman, is making her-iirst appearance on the screen. * * * Conflicts between family loyalty and marital loyalty which threaten clan ties are -dramatically pictured in "Jalna," RKO radio's version of the famous novel, which features a cast headed by Kay Johnson and Ian Hunter. With all parties in the cross fire of conflicting romances living under the same roof, a situation fraught with drama and danger arises when one bride is neglected by her husband who fancies another woman, and his older brother is attracted to the new family addition. But the romance is kept under control in loyalty to the ne'er-do-well husband. On the same program, through Thursday at the State, is "Super- speed," a story of fast motors, part of .this film was taken at Ascot speedway in Los Angeles. * * * Ted Lewis tips his famous hat to millions of screen fans in ''Hero Comes the.Band," which, with "Dante's Inferno," extravagant modern spectacle, plays through Thursday at the Strand. AGED SPILLVILLE MAN IS BURIED Frank Albrecht, 90, Native of Boheimia, Came to U. S. When 9. SPILLVILLE, Jan. 29.--Funeral services for Frank Albrecht, 90, who died Sunday evening at his home after a few days' illness, were held at St. Wenceslaus church Wednesday morning. Burial was in the adjoining- cemetery. Frank Albrecht was born in Bohemia in January, 1846, and when nine years of age came to this country. In 1880 he was married to Mary Vopova at the St. Wenceslaus church. One son was born to this union who died in infancy. Mrs. Albrecht died about three years ago. Mr. Albrecht was able to get around until a few days before his death. His niece and nephew, Mr. and Mrs. James Cekal took care of him for a number of years. Birthday Is Celebrated. KANAWHA--Mrs. J. B. Johnson was honored at her home Sunday when her children gathered in honor of her birthday. Judge Ponders Claim for Operating Store CHARLES CITY, Jan. 29.--The case of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Witter- furth of Nora Springs who are seeking 51,900 as a service claim for operating a hardware store for her father, Charles Kraupa, has been taken under advisement by Judge T. A. Beardmore. A suit asking receivership, of the Kraupa store was brought by the First National bank of Nora Springs. NOW-- ENDS.THURS. She had to fitht her husband's family for the right to live her own life. MIRIAM H O P K I N S IN "Splendor" VfltK JOEL M'CREA BILLY BURKE ADDED FUN -- CHARLIE CHASE COMEDI ~~" BETTY BOOF CARTOON -NEWS A New Program FRIDAY ONLY GET READY FOR THE BIG DAY! FUN AND THRILLS FOR EVERYONE! MAT. 26c Until 5 p. m. EVE. 36c -- SCREEN -"WE'RE ONLY HUMAN" with PRESTON FOSTEH JANE VVVAT5 STARTS SATURDAY Thrilling As the Ring of Steel ori Steel Romantic As Red Sails in the Sunset The most amazing adventure A man ever lived becomes the great adventure of the screen as Warner Bros, pack a million dollars worth of excitement into RAFAEL SABATINI'S immortal romance of the valiant scoundrel who fought a king's armada to win a woman's kiss! APTAID ERROL FLYNN OLIVIA DE HAVILLANO llONELATWILL'BASILRATrlBONE ff f H o o d i n g Ca»» of lOOO'jJfej Stars of Radlot Stars of the Screen.' PAT O ' B R I E N JANE FROMAN JAMES MELTON J E A N M U I R FRANK McHUGH F R A N K F A Y Roger PRYOR - Joan PERRY "The Case of the Missing Man"

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