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TEN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 26 Mi 1936 BE*GAZETTE HANK MUST HAVE SEEN GLAD RAGS Leo Bondy Takes $80( Worth of Clothing to Training Camp This Season. By EDDIE BKIETZ Associated Press Sports Writer NEW YORK, UP)--Mebbe Hank Lcibcr raised the ante on the Giants when he heard Leo Bondy, vice president of the club, was taking ?SOO worth of glad rags to Ponsa- cola . . . stubborn though he is, it's hard to imagine Hank passing up 510,000 a year for a .$2,000 coaching job. Franco Georgetti, who has plenty of money, anyway, doesn't take the old chances any more . . . he quit the six day race cold after a minor spill the other night .. . leaving his partner, Al Letourner and all the Italian customers burned up ... the new French team of Ignat and Diot looks red hot . . - Joe Becker, for years a Brooklyn scout, has become" business manager of the Joplin club of the Western association, controlled by the Yanks. * * * The twenty-first edition of Cliff Bloodgood'^ "Who's Who in Baseball" goes on sale March 1 ... with the complete life records of more than 225 major league players . . . this year's "Who's Who" has added a new feature-- the high spots of Babe Ruth's matchless career. For instance, 16 of the Babe's 714 homeruns were made with the bases full . . . 15 additional homers came in world's series games . . . outside of New York, lie hit more round trippers in Philadelphia--68--than in any other city . . . the club to suffer most was Detroit . . . Ruth hit 123 homers against the Tigers ... and only. 88 against Washington . . . July was his big month with 148 . . . "Who's Who" is a nifty iAFE DONT GAMBLE with DEATH ttAJZ, NEW TYPE WEED AMERICAN TIRE CHAINS 4 FEATURES MORE THAN DOUBLE THE MILEAGE \ Bar-Reinforced Cross Chainsv. 2 Electric Welded Side Chuni,. 3 Lever-Lock End Hooks. A Wetdalloy--s special bard tough tire chain metal. "Licensed fo manufacture and flell Bar- Kelnforeed Tire Chains under United States and Canadian tetters Patent: American Chain Company, Inc.: The McKay Company; The Chain rroflucts Company; Pyrene Manufacturing Company: Dominion Chain Company, Ltd.: and Pyrene Manufacturing Company of Canada, Ltd." little book and handy to have around. * * * Hack Wilson, National league homeruB king only a few years ago now operates a pool parlor in Pennsylvania . . . the Big Ten, daddy of the football leagues, has a synthetic hockey championship setup . . . the puck title has been shared by Minnesota and Michigan for the last 1! years . . . the only other school interested in league hockey is Wisconsin and the Badgers are in and outers. The names that occur most frequently in Fordham athletics are White, Murphy and Smith . . . but not in that order . . . as usual, the Smiths have it ... Marquette's crack backfield, including the Guepe ;wins and Buzz Buivid, will be back ntact next season . . . Nashville is bidding for the National Clay Courts tennis tournament . . . two reasons why Minnesota's cagers are playing better is that George Roscoe and Jim Baker have reduced from 204 and 195 to 191 and 174 pounds . . Baker was so fat at the start of the season he couldn't see his shoes . . . Thursday this bureau will greet you from sunny (we hope) Horida . . . choo, choo. CHIGKASAWSTOP CRESCO HOOPERS 'Jew Hampton Keeps Its Card . Clean at Home With Win in Conference Game. NEW HAMPTON--The New Hampton Chickasaws closed their lome schedule here Tuesday night with a 31 to 20 victory over the Cresco Spartans in a Northeast Iowa conference game. Trailing at the end of the first quarter 5 to 2 and at halftime 10 to 9, the Chickasaws broke loose in the third period and held an 18 to 12 lead at the end of that time. Harry Carney, outstanding guard "or the Chickasaws, played with a adly infected leg but held Shackle- on, Spartan forward, scoreless. Bob Struble led the scoring attack with 12 points while Kvam was out- tanding for the losers with 11 The game marked the last ap- jearance on the home floor during he regular season for Struble and Babcock. New Hampton has won 12 3f 13 games this season, and is un- lefeated on its home floor. In the .preliminary game New Hampton's reserves defeated Cresco 18 to 12 in an extra period. The score at the end of the regular period was' tied at 12-12. THE BOXSCORE V, HAMPTON--31 CBESCO--20 fe ft t in it f Struble f 5 2 0 Byrnes f 1 0 0 Horsan t 2 1 3 Shackleton f 0 0 3 temp I 0 1 0 Chehak c - 3 1 0 5abcock c 1 2 2 Kvam g 4 3 2 H. Carney R J 0 0 iayton K 0 0 3 ~ Carney c 1 3 1 Mclntyre z 0 0 0 . 8 4 8 TOTALS 11 9 S TOTALS 3 urple Cagers Win Seventh Game of Season, Coe Loses MT. VERNON, UP)--Cornell college, already "in" as the Midwest conference basketball champion, won its seventh straight league game Tuesday night by defeating Coe, 33 to 25. Capt. Eldon Coffman of Cornell led the soring with 11 points. The Cornell freshmen defeated the Coe yearlings 15 to 12 in a preliminary contest. EARL MAY of the Ear! E. May Seed Co. Offers Big Sea Food Special Thursday, Friday and Saturday OF THE CHOICEST OF OCEAN FISH SABLE From the Northern Pacific Waters pound T H I N K OF IT? Sabie Fish at Only 1 le per Lb. ALSO OCEAN TENDERLOIN, FROM THE ATLANTIC OCEAN The great ocean delicacies can be secured by those of us who live far inland, at iarl May's Store. Other delicate varieties at low prices, such as Fresh Haddock, Fresh Red Salmon, Shrimp, Sea Bass, Catfish, Halibut, Whiting and the big oysters from Connecticut. Ear! E, May Seed C®» EARL E. MAY, Pres. Mason City Store -- 211 North Federal Ave. Phone 756 EIGHT SCHOOLS TO VIEATMATMATCH Fort Dodge Scene of Tourney for Northwest Iowa Prep Grappling Stars. FORT DODGE, C-P)--Eight north west Iowa high schools will compete here Friday and Saturday in the district wrestling tournament to qualify athletes for the state finals at Cedar Falls next week. Fort Dodge, state champion six times in the last nine years, and Clarion appear the strongest teams entered. Other schools entered are Algona, Burt, Eagle Grove, Gilmore City, Grant Consolidated of Ledyard and Paton. Clarion, with exceptional talent concentrated in the lighter weights, is the tournament favorite, but Fort Dodge, with, unusual strength in the heavier weights, is conceded a chance to place six or seven men in the championship or runnerup positions. ' Always in Kunning. Fort Dodge, coached by Fred N. Cooper, has won either the district or state championship every year since 1927. Eligibility lists submitted by the eight schools follow: FORT DODGE--85, Paul Macek, Sordon Larson; 95, Gaylord Bales, Orville Lauderback; 105, Dean Cummings, Jim Rodenborn; 115, Bob Muhl, Dale Cummings; 125, Willis Kuhn, Bill Bisacchi; 135, Roger Isaacson, Don Tepfer; 145, Bill Gargano or Alex Black; 155, BUI Gar- ;ano, Mickey Castagnoli; 165, Mickey Castagnoli, Carl Archer; heavyweight, Phil Strom, Carl Archer. Alg-ona--105, Ted Vera, Frank Scholby; 115. Chester Knoll; 125, Willis Colwell; 135, Leroy Matthison; 145, Harold Banwart. Burt Entry List. BURT--85, Harold Long. Howard :ong; 95, Raymond Smith, Gus Scowls; 105. Arnold Anderson, Don- aJd Hammerstrum; 115, George Valentine, George Becker; 125, Glenn Iraham, Merwin Bahling; 135, Harold Weiske, Lyle Frasen; 145, Harold Weiske, Clarence Riddle; 155, Glenn Graham, Carroll Fran; 165, Howard Gettman; heavyweight, John Hantle. CLARION--85, Paul Bell: 95, Bily Kerstein; 105, Clare McOlloug-h; 115, George McClelland, Dick Dobson; 125, Merle Armour, Morris Morford; 135, Merle Armour, Morris Morford; 145, Franklyn Brown; 155, Dean Campbell, Don Sharp; 165, Dean Campbell, Don Sharp; heavyweight, Jack Evans, .Ray Arnold. EAGLE GROVE -- S5, Arnold Ruleman, Roy Pixler;. 95, Roy Emerson, Johnson Nelson; 105, Tom Frehm, Kenneth Banks; 115 Billy Batcheller, C. Prehm; 125, Robert ITmstead, Kenneth McCoy; 135, Senneth Mickelson, Joe Lukehart; 145, Einer Fauske, Ronald Huggins; 155, Don Martin, Orland Folkedahl; 165, Lyle Wilson, Orland Folkedahl; heavyweight, Dallas Messer, Don Martin. Gilmore City Squad. . G I L M O R E CITY--85, Merle State; 95, Keith Vought; 105, Robert Kruger; 115, Leo McCormick, Virgil Kendall; 125, Emmet Bradley, Virgil Kendall; 135, Floyd Olson, Robert Peck; 145, Bob Coran- augh, Guy Daniels, Jr. GRANT TOWNSHIP--95, Lemuel Reed; 105, W. Speicker; 125, A. Soever; 165, Ed Mino. PATON--85, Norman Eglii, Rex Hahn; 95, Robert Frederickson; 105n Joe Anholt, Richard Frederickson; 115, Merle Anholt; 125. Roy Walker, Earl Blair; 135, Roy Fallman; 145, Howard Wessling, Glen Blair; 155, Vernon Bauer; heavyweight, Frank Dillon, Lyle Faute. Northwood High Wins With Manly, Juniors Lose Tilt NORTHWOOD--Northwood high school deefated Manly here Tuesday night, winning 35 to 27 in a basketball game, while the Manly junior high school team beat Northwood's youngsters 29 to 7. The high school led all through its game, holding a 22 to 11 advantage at the half. Scarcello collected 12 points to top Manly, while Lundberg and Ted Nelson had 10 each for the home team. The Manly juniors held Northwood without a point in the second half of the preliminary. St. Joseph Owner Confers on Transfer to Waterloo WATERLOO, («--Frank Haley, owner of the St. Joseph, Mo., franchise in the Western league, plans to come here Thursday to discuss the proposed transfer of his club to Waterloo for the 1936 season. Haley will confer with Don Gra. ham, newly elected president of the Waterloo Stadium association, and other officers. Fertile Indians Win Go Against Vagabond Squad FERTILE -- The Fertile Indians beat Klemme's Vagabonds 26 to 19 at Klemme, holding a slight lead through the whole contest. McNelly, with 9 points, and Davis, with 7, were high scorers. Hoveland's ankle was sprained during the game. The Indians would like to schedule a game away from home for Friday or Saturday this week. Mangan Gets Back in Top ShapeAgain Star Milers to Race in Casey Test at Gotham Track. NEW YORK, /T)--A three-cornered climax for the indoor distance running season which already has stirred up so much excitement with the downfall of Glenn Cunnningham and the rise of Gene Venzke, was assured Wednesday. It came with the news that Joe Mangan had recovered from the grippe and plans to race in the Columbian mile at the Knights of Columbus meet March 15. Mangan touched off the first of the fireworks up in Boston when he barely failed to nip Cunningham at the tape in · the Prout Memorial games. A week later he turned the trick in the famous Wanamaker mile at the- Mill Rose meet here with Venzke running second and Cunningham third. Roosevelt Trips Lincoln in School League Tussle as Lynx Lose First Game Roosevelt junior high school tripped the previously unbeaten Lincoln school Basketball team at the south end gymnasium Tuesday afternoon. The game was the tightest in the eighth grade circuit this season, marked by a scoreless first quarter. Lincoln led at the half, 3 to 2. The final count was 12 to 7 as Roosevelt penetrated the Lincoln defense in the second half. THE BOXSCORE ROOSEVELT--12 LI.VCOI..N--7 if it i it it i Rl-ckicen 1 (I 1 II Snrll t n a 3 Humphrey f 2 0 1 Hnfiitp'lo* r 0 0 2 Underwood c 1 0 0 Charts r. 3 1 It Oustnf50n s 2 0 3 Montlcrno s 0 0 1 Hlnes f 0 1 " Splnk E 0 0 3 Bowling Scores CITY LEAGUE 3IOOSE LBGIOX Player*-- 1st 2nd 3rd To. Av. Shnnnnn 17R 204 201) 691 1!V: J. Humplirty 162 163 145 470 157 H. Humphrey 14B 163 17'J 188 163 Berry 139 138 136 413 138 Elstad 178 186 160 S2t 175 Actual Pins . . . . 803 851 829 2486 Handicap 69 69 89 207 TOTAt PINS 872 B23 8383693 COCA COLA. Players-- 1st 2nd 3rd To. S. Byan 220 325 157 602 Strong 102 1B7 186 53.1 J. Doe 155 353 155 465 asen M4 141 US -MO IVcbcr 188 JSt 183 552 Actunl Pins .. Handicap . . 909 8S9 82fi 2594 865 TOTAL PINS 985 935 902 2822 941 ELCMEB'S OOI.DEN BLOW Players-- · 1st 2nd 3rd To. Av, Radcllffe 183 149 170 508 Jli!) Bishop 127 170 348 445 148 ter 189 138 182 609 370 Krall 179 160 179 538 173 Sheka 153 154 183 430 IBS Actual Pins 837 7:' 862 2470 823 Handicap 89 89 89 267 S9 TOTAL PI.VS 526 860 951 2737 S12 INTERNATIONAL MOTOR THUCKS Players-- 1st 2nd 3rd To. Av. Wall 20X 179 1(17 S77 192 Thelsen 165 163 182 516 172 StaBcberif 139 135 191 465 155 Sobleste 336 206 196 S38 17S O'.Vell 168 212 179 559 18B Actual Pins 809 901 915 2055 885 Handicap 43 43 43 129 43 TOTAL PINS 85Z 944 9 STODDABD'S flayer*-- 1st 2nd 3rd To. Av. EsUck ............ 204 156 173 532 177 Knesel ............ 147 138 184 46ft 156 Clark ....... . ..... 324 330 111 .171 124 Snyder ............ 136 181 170 487 162 StoQUarfl ......... H8 169 157 504 178 Actual Pins ____ 789 780 794 2363 788 Handicap ....... 142 142 142 426 142 TOTAL PISS . . . . 931 922 936 2789 930 STANDARD OIL Players-- 1st 2nd 3rd To. Av. Payne ............ 198 168 138 5(14 163 Kern ............. 119 165 175 459 153 Holland ........... IGfi 138 189 493 164 Pasternak ........ 133 3.68 143 444 148 Xolterleke ........ 167 164 180 511 170 Actual Pins ---- 783 803 825 2411 804 Handicap ....... 146 146 146 438 146 TOTAL PI.VS ---- 92il 949 971 2849 950 GALLAGHER'S PONTIACS Players -- 1st 2nd 3rd To. Av. Gerard ....... . ---- 142 145 121 40S 136 Bamlier ........... 127 183 157 469 156 no.im.inn ......... 138 213 212 563 18H Eastman ..... , . . . 165 208 167 540 180 Sect .............. IBS 203 146 531 177 Actual Pitts Handicap 754 93 803 93 2Slt 279 TOTAL PINS ____ W7 1047 TVLER-RVAX IMnyers-- 1st Walsh 1KB Robinson 147 SnnderRflard 185 Tj-lfr 124 -lohnson 162 2nd 17X 155 175 200 154 3rd 170 177 IR1 151 215 537 47!) 511 475 r,:;i Actual tlm Handicap ... TOTAL 1'IXS . . . 807 8fi2 894 2.*iB3 854 ... fil 61 61 383 61 867 !23 955 2746 915 Is Seriously 111. KANAWHA--Jurgen Johnson has been seriously ill at the home of Ira sister-in-law, Mrs. Thor Johnson. Miss Mildred Brummond has been caring for him. School Is Reopened. CLARKSVILLE -- School opened again Monday after a weeks' loss of time because of the extreme cold weather and shortage of fuel. The coal dealers are now able to supply the demand as several carloads of coal, delayed fcy snow blocked roads, have been received. DUE to THE heavy snow there will be NO DANCE at the Denison Club Wednesday, Feb. 26 BEER CLUB GETS NEAR LOOP LEAD rlamm's Takes Strong Post in Denison League With Win in Three Contests. SCHEDULE H f(lnc«cln.v--llrlck and Tile v«. pnb»t. Tluirsttnji--Hnmm'n v*. f. (i. »nd E. Friday--Lnrner'a vs. Idcnl J^lundrj'. BJE.MSO.V STANDINGS Pnl«t learner'* [(aintn'p (:hapln-O'»ll Itanium inriry C. B. Jllld T. .. I'. G. and E or . . . 51 . . . A l ... .11 ... HI ... Hi ... .11 ... 51 . . . 5 1 L I B 20 2t 25 25 27 20 38 .588 .MO .51(1 ,-ni .431 .255 Hamm's Beer, winning all its games, from the Larner Clothiers, put itself into a strong third place in the Denison Bowling league during the last week's schedule. Jack Bell took all the honors for individual bowlers with a 233 high single and a 633 series. Bell also holds the high series for the season. Denison Club won two from Pabst Blue Ribbon, Mason City Brick and Tile took a pair from Chapirt- O'Neil, and People's Gas and Electric won two from Ideal Laundry. DENISON LEAGUE DENISON Plajers-- lut 2nd 3rd Tot. 1. Curdle . . . . . 1 8 2 150 140 47'! Klnsn» 140 1.12 133 447 N. no»Pn 130 148 1B2 430 (.'flrncRlc 135 135 J59 42» M. DCSTM 143 HO 169 . 4 3 2 handicap 115 ;IK HG 288 Total 810 8JJ. 881 2518 'layers- Hurra . . . 'olnly . . . l\Ee lensr- ..'.. OnuC'lalre Handicap ·1'otnl .. 13H HI 1)1) .... 337 18.1 2nd 155 155 IfiR 3rd 152 171 m 1X5 167 511 Tol. 44ft -I S3 Hit) 816 856 25U MASON CITV BRICK AN" TILE ·layers Isl 2nd 3rd Tot. Vastier ---- . ........ 15ft JfiB Ken-Ins . . . .......... 132 i;ta 182 iyar ............... HI ... ... ViUICft ............... ., 1K2 150 ivn .............. 128 143 13.1 Kjclstnd ............ J 5 1 1H2 I5!l Handicap ........... 12H 1 1 5 115 Tntnl 790 1)07 865 2562 CHAPIN-O'NEIL layer."-- 1st 2nd 3rd Tot. H. Hanson 1G1 137 143 441 lerc 132 J48 135 415 I'OMle IBB 169 115 KKI Shaffer .......; . 120 160 171 451 A. Hanson 120 161 142 479 Handicap 80 80 80 210 Total 888 835 851 20M EARNERS i'layerit-- 1st 2nd B. Smith JSn 145 H. Cookman 120 140 G. Smith 158 ]!»! B. Smith 157 bookman j . , 38fl Handicap 77 J52 137 77 177 134 174 145 503 40:1 52.1 454 486 Total HAMM'S BEER 1st 2nd Cunningham ........ 171 KyDiucKer .......... 1'ia J53 j,itj 158 1MH 3rd Tot. I!«5 SIS fk .............. 148 IValsh .............. 171 ____ . . . . ......... 223 Handicap ........... fifi Total 953 839 IDEAb LAUXDRV ^layers-e - 'riehe Hclun uairoon .. M. Wllktns Handicap . Total - * Players-- liersln . . . . . . Henderson . - Louterbour . . ColJnton . . . . (jallngly Handicap . 158 124 101 153 121 131 ya 131 131 153 142 fill 924, 3rd 177 154 153 122 121 771 7»7 878 P. G. « E. 1st 117 118 151) 133 12:: ... isu 2nd 107 1SS 14H ]4'.l 155 15W 3rd 147 128 112 152 157 301 471 Tot. . I l l 4011 37!) 38« 363 Tot. 371 .*J4 Total 798 831 84.6 2475 Will Meet Thursday. LIMB SPRINGS--The W. C. T. U. will hold its regular meeting at the home - of Mrs. M. B. Davis Thursday afternoon. The meeting will be a Francis Willard memorial in charge of Mrs. R. W. Davis. Refreshments will be served. W.B.CLARK. Manasor will get · comioiiable and friendly hospitality at the New NICOLLEI HOTEL, whether youi visit be for business 01 pleasuie or boih, at rates that are surprisingly moderate. Conveniently located !o th« Business, Theatre, Wholesale, Financial and Shopping District, this modorn fireproof Hotel offers every nicety in appointments. Its comfortable beds, famous throughout the county, and its quiet, airy rooms will tssure you a refreshing night's rest. Its fina but moderately priced restaurants meet the requirements oJ even the most critical. Within walking dittarca (three blocks) o5 ill Passenger Terminals. Peacocks Play Redskins in Feature Iowa League Scrap INDIANOLA, JP--Upper Iowa's undefeated Iowa conference basketball team comes here to battle Simpson in what will be a severe test for the league leaders. Upper Iowa has won four straight games and tops the state loop, but appears headed for certain trouble tonight. Simpson is in the midst of a winning streak that reached four games against Luth«r last week. COUNTY CAGE TOURNAMENT KOSSUTH COUNTY MEET THURSDAY IVcsley vs. Lone Rock. Bancroft vs. Lnveme. TltonkA vs. \Yhlttemnre. FRIDAY Lnkota vs. Len.YRrn. Senrra. vs. Wesley-Lone Kflrk winner. Frnton vs. Bnncrof'-Liiverne winner. SATURDAY Class B semifinals. Class A final. Clnsj B flnnl. MONDAY Class A and B winners. WINNEBAGO COUNTY MEET Cl!"S A. THURSDAY Buffalo Center vs. Forest City. FRIDAY Lake Mill* Vft. Thompson. SATURDAY Championship. ClflM B. THURSDAY Scan-lilt vs. Forest City B. Lcland vs. Lake Mills. FRIDAY Rake vs. Buffalo renter B. SATURDAY Semifinals. Championship. CAGE SCORES (By The Associated PresM Ornpll .13; Cor 2.1. \VjvrtlmrK (Wavcrly) 37; 1'lnttevHle, Wls. Mlnrw S!i. "n(re Dnme 37; Minnesota 35. Aucuntaim 37; St. Ambrose 30. Oklahoma A. i M. 33; Tulna 14. St. Loul* 34; U'ftshinpton 22. Obcrlln 37; Dcnlson 3B. MacalcMer St. I'anl) XT; St. Olat 3«. Carthage 4fl; Monmonth 23. Franklin 38; Butler 37. Concontla IS; St. TlmmnK (St. Foul) 2fl. Pii(]iie5re 37; Car-nettle 2!*. North CnniUnn. 32; Dukf 29. Rlcf, 4-t; Tfixax ACCle* 29. (; re( .| f y Stntr 315; Colorado Coll^C* 37. WashliJBlnn SU(« *?; \Vnnhlnffton' 28. At Mason City THEATERS i. r. LESLIE HOWARD HAS FANCY CAB During the filming of "Petrified Forest" at the Warner Brothers studios Leslie Howard's new car attracted more attention than any other automobile. It is. an English- made Avis touring car, underslung, black, and the back seat is always kept covered. "Petrified Forest" is the current attraction at the Cecil, with Leslie Howard and Bette Davis in the leading roles. * # # Remember Eric Blore? You will when you think of the butler that was seen in "Top Hat." Again he is cast in the attraction, "Two in the Dark" playing at both the Cecil CURRENT FEATURES C E C I L -- Through Thursday, "Petrified Forest" and "March of Time." PALACE -- Through Thursday, "Sweet Surrender" and "Murder of Dr. Harrigan." STRAND -- Through Thursday, "The Crusades" and "The Church Mouse." Starts Friday, "Ship's Cafe" and "Wanderer ot the Wasteland." STATE--Wednesday only, "Silver Streak." and Palace on Friday- of this week. Walter Abel and Margot Grahame are the two leading characters. * * * According to a report from "Variety" stated that "Magnificent Obsession," polled second place last year on the list of best sellers. Judg. ing from the fact the story must have received support from its readers. Likewise, the motion picture form should be equally as well received when it plays Mason City next Saturday. ARKANSAS GIRL MAKES BEBUT Arkansas, which has been quite notably represented in Hollywood by Dick Powell, now has a state daughter in the person of Kay Linaker. \ Miss Linaker signed from the stage to play the principal feminine; role in "The Murder of Dr. Harri- · gan," which came to the Palace Wednesday, proudly proclaims the city of Pine Bluff, Ark., as her . home town. ' On the same program, playing through Thursday, is the filmusical romance, "Sweet Surrender." starring Frank Parker and Tamara with such celebrities as Jack Dempsey, Abe Lyman and hig band, and others. One of the features of this latter | picture is the Bal Masque on the palatial S. S. Normandie. Crystal Creameiy Will /' Hold Session Thursday CRYSTAL LAKE--The creamery company dinner and church bazar which was postponed will be held Thursday when the patrons of the _ Crystal Creamery company and their wives have been invited to attend the dinner as guests of the creamery company. The Ladies Aid will serve the meal. The meeting of the creamery will be held Thursday afternoon in the auxiliary hall. Starter milk will be purchased and. buttermilk sold. Pete Hansen, presi. dent, will preside. Albert Matson, secretary, will read the annual report. OPENING NIGHT Roller Skating WED. SAT. SUN. Community Buildin? Clear LADIES FREE Groups Hold Meetings. LEDYARD--The Standard Bearers society met at the home of Miss Doris Welfare. Cleo Gabel led the devotionals and Alvira Halverson had the lesson. The King's Herald society met at the home of Wilma Busch Monday evening. EARL HUNT and His Oreh. For Old ond Young FRIDAY26c FER PERSON Bennett-Greten Featuring Miss Grace Mack SATURDAY LADIES GENTS lie 40c NOW WONDERS To Dazzle the Human Imagination Cecil B. DeMiUe's The Crusades With Loretta Young Henry Wilcoxon and Cast of 10,000 Companion Feature Fun In Love and Business "The Church Mouse" With LAURA LA PLANXK IAN HUNTER, MONTE BANKS d Today · Only TODAY IS THE DAY Attend Our Matinee Follow the Crowd SOMETHING NEW SALLY CHARLES BLAINE STARRETT Hold Fast! A Streak of Silver Lightning in a Kace w i t h Death! SILVER STREAK -rius- IH7JIB BELL LETTERS and MUSICAL COMEDY NOW ENDS THURSDAY DOUBLE PROGRAM 1. "PETRIFIED FOREST" ^. NEW FEBRUARY ISSUE WITH LESLIE HOWARD BETTE DAVIS "MARCH OF TIME" COMING FRIDAY ONLY--BOTH CECIL AND PALACE A STRANGE MURDER .MVSTERY! "T\A/n IKJ T H P H A R K ' " Wit* WALTER ABEL TWO I N I M t DAKK. MARC.OT ORAHME STARTS SATURDAY- HERE IT ISI THE PICTURE EVERYONE IS TALKING ABOUT! IRENE DUIWE ROBERT TAYLOR A JOHN M. STAHL Production from the best-selling novel by Lloyd C. Douglas, with Charles BUTTERWORTH BETTY EURNESS It \VIII Be a MaRnlflccnt Occasion When Vou See H! ORDER YOUR SEATS NOW FOR "MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM" SHOWING THURSDAY, MARCH 5--ALL SEATS RESERVED! NOW ! SHOWING A GORGEOUS MUSICAL TREAT Second Big Feature: A DEAD DOCTOR REVEALS WHAT NURSES WONT TELL!, M* 1 . RICARDO CORT.EZ M A R Y A S T O R K A Y L I N A K E R JOHN ELOREDGE Saturday Night at 10:45 ON THE STAGE Major Martini Amateur Hour Coming Saturday: EDDIE

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