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Â·J^AISS^A T *~ Â·" ' -'J--**'"""'"iaaT-rrT.g -IT nraut TEN Â·Â·Â· BE-GAZETTE S MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, JANUARY 19 Â· 1937 NORTHSIDERS TO SCRAP PATRICKS Holy Family to Start Sub Center in Lineup for Wednesday Night. PROBABLE LINEUPS IIOiY FAMILY si p^T'S C. Zictler F B. DoUEherty v Â«a F B. Dolan Hughes c Jensen I L . Z i e i l c r G Hogan Cavanaugh G Gl TIME: 8 o'clock, Wednesday aifht. PLACE: St. Patrick's academy rym. REFEREE: Tolnbee. Handicapped by the loss of their' tenter, Gus Muehe, who is suffering from f!u, the Holy Family Northsiders take a j a u n t Ic Doughterty Wednesday night for a contest with St. Pat's academy basketeers. Holy family, out to get its firsf victory in more than a week, has been defeated the last week by St. Joseph's of Mason City and Kensett high school. The Northsiders lost to St. Joe's in the last few seconds of play when the Johawks' star eager, Tom Peterson, sank the winning basket for the parochial team from the southside. Cyclones to Tussle Kansas State Squad AMES--The chances of Iowa State's wrestling team in the Bi Six conference will be rather def initely determined in State gym nasium Friday night when th Cyclones oppose the strong Kan sas State grapplers. The Wildcats, welt fortified with veterans and champions in nearly every weight', opened a pretentious 13-meet schedule with a pair of imposing Big Six wins The Kansas State men clowned Missouri 24 to 6, and Nebraska, 19% to 9^, last week. Otranto High Hoopers Win Three Cage Tests OTRANTO--Otranto high school won three basketball games on its home court, defeating Carpenter 30 to 26, while the reserves took a 13 to 5 contest and the junior high school won 14 to 3. Santa Anita Track's Stewards Dive Deep Into Double Scandal LOS ANGELES, (UP) -- The board of stewards of Santa Anita .race track, juggling two major scandals at the same time--one a "doping" charge and the other involving a "ringer"--dived into a new huddle Monday night and was expected to come up with the following solutions: 1. Exotude, 5 year old mare nominated in the $100,000 Santa GÂ«T Anita handicap as "Blue Boot," will be permitted to compete for the rich prize under its own name. 2/Northway stables of Norman W. Church, whose Proclivity showed a positive reaction lo a "doping" test administered before it won a New .Year's day event, will be allowed to race for the remainder of the meeting providing a new trainer replaces Elwood Fitzgerald, now suspended. IOWAWÂ¥NS AT MITT DEBUT Ralph O'Dell Takes Former Cop With Third Round Kayo at Capital. DES MOINES, (UP)--Ralph (Charley) O'Dell, 205, Ottumwa heavyweight and former Southern California grid star, Monday night won his professional fight debut by a technical knockout over John Neumann, 190, Knoxville, in the third round of their scheduled six round bout. I O'Dell, the most publicized heavyweight rookie in the history of the fight game, proved an aggressive fighter who concentrated on vicious body punches in flooring his lighter opponent. i)eSomer- Eddie Hart, all-.American tackle Actual ri ns ~Â»52 at Princeton in 1911, was in O'Dell's corner. He arrived Mon- Jay night to second the Ottumwa PUSCH SHOOTS TO NEW TOTAL Sets Season Record for On Game With 279 in Loop Contests Monday. CITY LEAGUE SCHEDULE Alleys 1-2--Collage Grill vs. Golden Glow. 3-4--Open. 5-6--Koiy Korner vs. Maple Inn. 7-8--Decker's OHIce, vs. Mooso LoJee. Tyler-Ryan a n d Hermanso Brothers Dairy swept their oppo sition right off the hardwood i Monday night's City league bowl ing games, each loam winnin three, while Decker's Plant too two contests from the leagu leading Hugh Davey and So Squad. Tyler-Ryan took all team hon ors with a 2,891 total, and Secre tary Hans G. Pusch put away hi pencil and paper long enough t roll a 630 high series and set singl new season record for games by shooting 279. Players-- 1st 5enn . . . lei Bryant us Decker ltd Adams ..,..., 1G9 Bender iny A c t u a l Pins. SOX Handicap .. S3 113 133 511 880 S3 3rd 108 J I 9 117 172 l'J3 Tol. 514 425 4-:! 401) alii SJ Total Pills . 8!H BUS 882 OLD TIMERS Players-- 1st and 3rd Wall 170 JOi 187 R o b i n s o n . 177 173 IDG Puseh 147 is:: 178 182 Sandcrgaard . Johnson . . . . . . Actual 1'ins. 93:* Â£79 jMn Handicap .. 33 ,T! ;)3 Total Pins . QGI! 1012 913 boy in his opening fight. O'Dell was trained by the na- lonally famous Mike Cantwell nd is considered one of the out- tanding fight prospects in the ountry. His knockout over Neu- lann is his first step toward big " "" in the fight Hanlontown High Wins Over Fertile Hoopers FERTILE-'-- Hanlontown high school nipped Fertile by a, single point, scoring the last basket with - seeanis-to-ao,--Â£or_a 2-3 -io 22 victory. The Author ime competition vorld. Players Loring O d c l l nilcy Esllck STODDARD'S ' Jst Snd :lril .. I Mi llii 17li . 2H ICil i;;t . 131 173 lift . !80 17S 1!W . IliS 131 170 Tut. 457 sta tit lit 250K 192 Tola! Tins . 01S 867 915 'MOS IIERMANSON BROS. PAIUY Players-- 1st 2nd :ird Tot. ESrumbhcrlz . . . 211 Mot 20IJ G1 Bamber 157 135 115 437 t-timau 154 750 185 -189 Eastman Ififi 147 I5c 471 rpheu 1 .... 176 132 I3fl ; yÂ»4 Vines Beats Perry to Even Pro Net Tussles BOSTON, (UP) -- Ellsworth Vines, California favorite, Monday night Â·Â·Â· defeated, -Fred Perry of England in the sixth match of their current professional tour before a crowd of 9,700 at Boston garden. The victory evened the series. The score was 6-4, 2-6, 6-3 5-7, 7-5. Displaying a smooth forehand drive. Vines took the first set, dropping the second, and winning again in the third. Perry, with an unerring backhand stroke, averted defeat in the fourth when he came from behind only to lose 7-5. In this set Vines . served four aces and Perry two. Coiglns ...... 148 Haddj- "Meany . , K a u f m a n Actual Pins. 75R Handicap .. 98 Francis Hunter Asks License For Wedding GREENWICH, Conn., (UP)-Francis T. Hunter, national indoor singles tennis champion in 1922 and 1930, has applied for a license to marry Marjorie Franklin of New,,York. Hunter, co-promoter of the Vines-Perry 'professional tennis tour, and Miss Franklin, will be married here at noon Saturday. They will return to New York for a wedding "breakfast" at Jack and Charlie's 21-club. Afterwards they will go to California. Alta Vista Cagers in Win Over Loop Squad ALTA VISTA--Alta Vista' high school won a 25 to 17 conference basketball game at Ionia, the reserves taking a 15 to 4 preliminary contest. Joachim starred for the winners while Watt led the home five. Actual Pins, Handicap .. Total Pins flfifi 117 . 9S3 88* 117 1003 2a 263 'Rasslers to Meet in Four-Decker Card at Armstrong Ring Test Â· ARMSTRONG--The Armstrong athletic club will bring Pat Clover, the Wild Congorilla of Council Bluffs, into the arena with Tiger Miller of Minneapolis for the main event of a wrestling card here Tuesday night. The wrestlers, meeting in a return match, will go two falls out of three, or an hour time limit. Jack Ubel of St. Paul will meet Swede Osberg, 160 pound Pacific coast champion, while Frank Bayer, 165 pound Iowa champion, of Swea City, takes on Otto Haevis- lo, the Fargo, N. Dak., Flying Finn, in two semiwindup events. A special challenge match, brewing tor two years, will see Ole Madsen, Armstrong's village blacksmith, meet Wally Richmond. The 'rasslers will weigh in at 220 pounds. Rake High Winner in East Basket Contest RAKE--The fastest basketball game ever played in Rake's gymnasium saw Thompson high school lose to Rake, 18 to 17, after a point-for-p'oint battle that saw the teams tied 7-7 at the half. Thompson's girls defeated Ralcc 37 to 25. KOSSUTH VETS PLAN SESSION Will Meet ^ Thursday at Svvea City to Hear Safety Talk. SWEA CITY--A joint meeting of the Kossuth county American Legion and American Legion Auxiliary will be held at Swea City Thursday evening. An "Iowa Safety Patrol" film will be shown in connection with a talk on "Safety on Iowa Highways" by Vie Stuveland of Forest City. 'The program includes a xylophone duet by Irene Dourte and Arlette Skromme, a vocal solo by Renn Kluger, this followed by refreshments and a dance. Don M. Hutchinson of Algona is county commander and Mrs. Graham of Buvt, county Auxiliary president. Cecil Griffith is local post commander. Arrangements have been made to entertain 150 members. MOVIE PARADE By D. B. K. Who Is She? Protivin Cagers Win in Two Ossian Tests PROTIVIN -- Rudolphinum of Protivin defeated Ossian in two basketball games, the boys winning 34 to 23, while the girls won 19 to 11. Cresco Cagers Win in One Game, Lose Fight CRESCO--In a doubleheader ndependerit basketball game at 7resco Monday night the Cresco Â·anthers defeated Preston, Minn., i to 18 and Chester defeated the Cresco Cubs, 20 to 13. George Mikesch, 76, Dies of Pneumonia; Funeral Rites Held BELMOND--George Henry Mi- kesch, 76, died Friday at his home in Hickory Grove. His death was caused by pneumonia. Mr. Mikesch was an out of doors man, enjoying the sport of trapping or hunting. His wife, Sophrania P. Cox Mi- kesch and one son, John, preceded him in death in 1928. Those left are two sons, Charles, at Forest City, and George of Onamia, Minn.; 10 grandchildren and three sisters, Barbara Placek, Austin, Minn.; Mary Hanniman, Blue Earth, Minn., and Josie Cur- ada, St. Paul. Services were held at the Fulton funeral home Sunday afternoon. The Hev. J. S. Hutchings of the Methodist church was in charge. Interment was in Hickory Grove cemetery. HUGH DAVEY AND SO.V Players-- 1st 2nd 3rd Tol. A Mce 179 o j j :11 n |g Shannon 191 207 ijtc 531 US 157 t(B ,171 Collins Bey Actual Pins. 833 Handicap .. ]ft 137 DOG 18 181 160 535 4D3 80S 2UG2 18 54 Players PJns . Oil 324 881 DECKER'S PLANT six 88 3rd 171 130 7SR 9K Tol. A\ Â·103 Jo ii8 17 4l: 14 331 17 420 14 illlM 70 271) 0 Tola! Pins . 855 Olli 887 2O8 . 80 Notre Dame Wins Test as Syracuse'Is Lose SOUTH BEND, Ind., (UP) Led by Johnny Moir, Notre Dam rolled up a 52 to 31 victory ove Syracuse university's strong bas ketball team Monday night, Moi scored 24 points. Syracuse, a heavy favoritt failed to threaten seriously despit the fact Paul Nowack, Irish cen ter, was kept out of the game b illness. It was the first defeat the season for Syracuse. Marie Blizard . . . h a s s o l d eight full length novels during the last three years. That's why she quit newspaper reporting, magazine editing, advertising work and radio program directing. Her eighth and finest story is Former Iowa Hurler Carded on Buc List PITTSBURGH, (IP) -- Pitcher Mace Brown and Infielder Floyd Young of the Pittsburgh Pirates motored toward their homes in the south Tuesday, Brown's name on a new contract and Young with the document in his pocket. Pirate officials said they expected to receive Young's decision soon in the mail. Schmeling to Begin Barnstorming Jaun NEW YORK, (UP)--Ma Schmeling will start an exhibitio tour of 22 American cities with a eight round bout in Philadelphi on March. 1, his manager Joe Ja cobs announced. The No. 1 heavyweight challen ger will arrive from Germany i mid-Febi-uary, and the tou should be completed by mid-Apri Jacobs said. Schmeling will ente a training camp about May 1, t train for his scheduled June till fight with Champion James J Braddock. "As far as we're concerned,' Jacobs added, "we don't knov anything about the anti-nazi boy cott against the title fight. We're going right ahead with our plans for the bout." 1 Forget Beginning Friday, Jan. 22 Globe-Gazette Bob Feller to Earn $10,000 for Season PHOENIX, Ariz., (iP)--Bob Feller, sensational rookie pitcher will receive "a little better than $10,000" next season with Cleveland, Alva Bradley, president of the Indians, confided here. The young pitcher, Bradley said, should win 15 or 20 games for the Indians this year. Dukes and Drake May Meet in Grid Tussle DES MOINES, (IP)--E. C. Lyt ton, Drake university busines: manager, said Tuesday a Duquesne university proposal of a home-aud-home football serie with Drake in 1038 and 1039 i: under consideration. Lonerock High Cagers Win at Fenton Scraps LONEROCK--The local basketball teams defeated Fenton in two games, the first team taking a 29 to 21 decision while the reserves won 43 to 26. Columbia Cagers in Middle of Standing; DUBUQUE, (If)--The Columbia college basketball team raised its Iowa conference average to .500 Monday night by defeating Buena Vista, 31 to 23. The Duhawks, who lost to Parsons and Iowa Wesleyan last week, played without Capt. Bill Leary, absent because of illness. GOLDEN GLOVER KILLED MOLINE, 111., (/P) -- Johnny Baltzer, former Golden Gloves champion, was killed when he was struck by a train while walking across the tracks fit Thirty-eighth street, Itock Island, on his way to work Tuesday morning. I. B. A. CHAMP LOSES PARIS, (UP)--Valentin Angel- nan of France, International Box- ag association flyweight cham- ion, was outpointed in 12 rounds ere Monday night by Peter Kane of England in an overweight match. JOE GOEDEKS BEATEN WINONA, Minn., Paxton, 171, Detroit, (If) Bert Mich., Negro, clubbed his way to an eight round decision over Joe Goeders, 1G6, Albert Lea, Minn., in a close fight here Monday night. PARKS INCREASING During the past two fiscal years Iowa's state parks and preserves have increased in number from 54 to 65. The area of state parks and preserves was increased 4,590 acres during the same period, making the total acreage of all areas on June 30, 1936, over 17 216 acres. ' PLAN MAT MEET OMAHA, Nebr., (If)--W. H. Thomas, midwest A. A. U. secretary, announced here the award of the 1937 midwest A. A. U. wrestling tournament to Cornell college, Mount Vernon, Iowa. The tourney dates are March 12 and GRIDDERS STUDY AMES, (JP)--More than 60 varsity and freshman football players at Iowa State college passed, on an average, a higher number of hours of class work than the average student here. Only one player, a freshman, was dropped because of scholastic difficulties. HAVE MAT MEET . N E W HAMPTON _ Maynard Harmon's grapplers will meet Waterloo East here Tuesday evening in the first home meet since thu middle of December. 4 Hurt as Motorist Puts on Brakes for Saving of Pheasant ALGONA--For the sake of a pheasant's life, four persons were injured Sunday afternoon when one of the drivers of an automobile avoided hitting the bird. Mr. and Mrs. Matt Murtha were returning home, from Blue Earth, Minn., Sunday afternoon about 4 o'clock when their small truck was struck-, by a car driven by Mrs. Emmerson four miles north of Elmore, Minn. A -pheasant was on the pavement and as Mrs. Emmerson approached the bird, applied her brakes to avoid hitting it and as she did so her car skidded towards the Murtha truck and knocked it off the pavement and into the ditch. Both cars were demolished and Mrs. Emmerson was taken to the Elmore hospital in an unconscious condition suffered from a blow on her head. Mr. Murtha suffered a severe knee injury and was able to be about town Monday on crutches. Mrs. Murtha was holding their 22 months old daughter on her lap and when they were taken from the truck was still clasping her tightly in her arms. The baby was uninjured although Mrs. Murtha was out and bruised. v Mr. Murtha has 1 recently been transferred to Blue Earth from the McCormick-Deering .store here and was returning after taking some goods up there. Mrs. Muvtha will not leave until Feb. 1. Charles City News Membership Drive Not Finished CHARLES CITY--Due to delays by unfavorable weather, it has been impossible to complete the Floyd Farm Bureau membership drive in the three week period as had been planned. No work has aeen done in East St. Charles and Riverton townships to date and some clean up work remains in Cedar, Floyd, ,W. St. Charles, Pleasant Grove,. Union and Scott .ownships. Approximately 400 members have been signed up to date. Mussolini's Son to Wed Poor Milan Girl 1 ROME, TO--Orsola Buvoli, the pretty blond daughter of a poor Milan family, will be introduced to Roman society, it was learned, at a large reception after she becomes the bride of Vittorio, eldest son of Premier Benito Mussolini, Feb. 6. After formal announcement of the forthcoming marriage of 21 year old Vittorio to the impoverished girl his own age, it was disclosed the ceremony would be followed by a reception given by II Duce in one of Rome's most fashionable hotels. Plans call for the attendance of about 700 guests, including high fascist officials and others socially prominent. Mussolini requested the wedding be held here instead at Milan so he could attend it without interrupting his work too long. MOVIE MEMORIES GIVES YOU ANOTHER PUZZLER Presenting Miss ? ? ? this week, Movie Memories hopes it is as successful as it was last week in puzzling the majority of you movie fans who participate in'this weekly affair. Miss ? ? ? has been out of (he movies for some time, but before we give away any more tips that might lead to her identity we announce the conditions for this contest. 1. Entries must be in by Friday, Jan. 22, for local contestants, and by Saturday, Jan. 23 for those entering in the out- of-town division. 2. Prizes, consisting of complimentary tickets to each of Mason City's four theaters for first place winners and other tickets to be awarded accordingly, will be given in two divisions, one for local entries, the other for out-of-town entries. Â· 3. Each entry should be accompanied by a synopsis 50 words 01- less in length concerning Miss ? ? ?. 4. Entries should be sent to David B. Kaufman, Motion Picture Editor, Globe-Gazette, Mason City, Iowa. On the Cecil screen throu"h Thursday is "The Charge of the Light Brigade," picturization of Alfred Lord Tennyson's famous poem bearing the same title. Co-starred in this historical action picture are ErroÂ£ (Captain Blood) Flynn and Olivia de Havilland. Patric Knowles, C. Henry Gordon, Nigel Bruce, David Niven, Robert Barrat, Spring Byington and J. Carroll Naish are also included in this cast. Watch for the battle scenes in this film, with the British horsemen charging through the "Valley of Death." "Into the Valley of Death Rode the 600," penned Tennyson.. Now a movie has been made revolving about the famous poem. * * a With the addition of the Lake and Park theaters at Clear Lake to (he Centra! States organization, a newcomer to theatrical- circles comes from Charles C i t y t o m a n a g e those theaters. He is J. L. Cole, formerly a theater man at Charles City and Albia. Watch for announcements concerning the attractions at Clear Lake theaters in Movie Parade. Playing Wednesday and Thursday at CEDAR VALLEY HILLBILLIES OLD-TIME DANCE FRIDAY -- 26c and 40c DON STRICKLAND Saturday Also Tuesday, Jan. 26 JAN. 26 WILL BE A SPECIAL DANCE FOR COUPLES ONLY Improvement Scries Concluded DECORAH--A half day session for rural teachers of the county was held Saturday at the court- louse in Decorah. This closed a se- Â·ies of improvement meetings held n Ossian, Calmar and Ridgeway. Dr. E. L. Ritter of Iowa State Teachers') college, Cedar Falls, demonstrated the teaching of ar- thmetic and work-type reading. Honored at Shower. HUT CHINS--Relatives and riends numbering 75 gathered at the Hutchins schoolhouse Friday vening to honor Mr. and Mrs. ack Weiland at a postnuptial lower. Guests from beyond the mmcdiate vicinity were Mrs. Ed itch and daughter and Mr. and 4rs. Chct Fitch of Sexton, Mr. nd Mrs. F. C. Missnl nnd Dorothy f Garner and the Johnnie Wcil- nd family of Wesley. 8| A K F CLEAR |S_ f+ f\. 1C LAKE TUES. ONLY Is Our GALA DAY S h o w i n g WED. - TIIUK5. JOE E. BROWN in "Polo Joe" -SEI: THE mo snows AT THE L A K E THE.vritB AVALON BALLROOM Manly, Iowa Tuesday, Jan. 19th Musfc by RAY ALDERSON Ladies 35c ' Gents 50c OLD TIME DANCE Thursday, Jan. 21 Music by EARL HUNT Admission 25e TWO ACE FEATURES Filmed Entirely in Natural Colors! "Captain Calamity" --with-Movita of "Mutiny on the Bounty" George Huston Marian Nixon Now! Through Thursday SECOND FEATURE KARLOFF ,. IMastcr of f" Mystery--in His Most Fascinating- Role! "The Man Who Lived Again" COMING SOON Bobby Breen In "Rainbow on the River" -- Major Bowes Amateurs in Person --William Powell In "One Way Passage." the Lake vail be "Polo Joe," starring Joe E. Brown. Attractions playing through Thursday at the Palace are Boris KarioiTs "The Man Who Lived Again" and "Captain Calamity," a color picture featuring George Houston and Marian Nixon. Karloff fans will go for this typical horror picture which features Boris the bad boy as a mad scientist seeking the secret of eternal youth. "Captain Calamity" has as its locale the south seas * * * Strand films for Wednesday Â»nd Thursday arc the first run picture,. "Hafs Off," and (he Jean Hersholt drama, "Sins of Man." "Hats Off" is based on the fight between the Fort Worth and Dallas centennial expositions and stars Mae Clarke and John Payne. . "Love in Exile," a first-run picture d e a l i n g with the abdication of a king for the love of a woman (released before the abdi- c a t i o n of the duke of Windsor) is the chief attraction beginning Wednesday at the S t a t e . H e l e n Vinson and Clive Brook have the leading r o l e s i n t h i s drama. Also on = the program is CLIVE -BROOKr "Yellowstone," featuring Henry Hunfer and Judith BarreU. Thursday night an amateur program will be broadcast from the stage of Ihe State theater via remote control from KGLO D e t a i l s of this show will be irivcn in Wednesday's issue of the Globe-Gazette. SHOWING THIS WEEK CECIL--"The Charge of the Light Brigade" through Thursday. "Charlie Chan at the Opera" Friday. "The Plainsman" starts Saturday. PALACE--"The Ulan who Lived Asain" and "Captain Calamity/' through Thursday. "Charlie Chan at the Opera" Friday. "Rainbow on the River" and "King of Hockey" starts Saturday. STATE--"Mary of Scotland" and "Two Fisted Gentleman" through Tuesday, "Love In Exile" and "Yellowstone" through Thursday. "Tugboat Princess" a n d " B o r d e r Patrolman" through Saturday. STRAND -- "Girl's Dormitory" and "Sang of the Gringo" through Tuesday. "Sins of Ulan" and "Hats Off" through Thursday. "Lion's Den" and "Happiness Ahead" Through Saturday. LAKE--(Clear Lake!-- "All American Chump" Tuesday. 'Tolo .Tnc" through Thursday. "The Big Show" and "Make Way for a Lady" through Saturday. Submits to Operation. NORA SPRINGS-John Warren who underwent a major operation in the University hospital at Iowa City returned to his home here and is feeling'line Rciurns From Chicago. KANAWHA--Mary Schaller returned to the home of Dr. and Mrs. H. H. Stewart where she is employed following a two weeks' vacation in Chicago. Ends Tues. Nile "Girls' Dormitory" and "Song of the Gringo' Wednesday COUNTRY STORE NIGHT The Greatest Fun and Thrill Nif e of Them AH COME Bring Your Tickets You Won't Be Sorry On the Screen Wed. and Thurs. Youth, Melody, Romance, Comedy MAE CLARKE JOHN PAYNE in "HATS OFF", I SECOND FEATURE He Paid for Sins Not His Own ... . with AH He Held Dear JEAN HERSHOLT --in-"SINS OP MAN" with DON AMECHE ALLEN JENKINS W. R. C. Presents Flag to Cresco High School CRESCO--A delegation from the Woman's Relief corps of Cresco presented a large wool bunting flag to the Cresco high school new auditorium. Mrs. J. T. GasUill, president of the corps, made the presentation speech, attended by Miss Sadie Watts, flag bearer. Supt. D. J. Robbins gave a brief response. - Son Is Named. O R C H A R D --.Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Warseldine are parents of a boy born at the Nissen hospital- at Osage Jan. 13. The baby was given the name Jack Walton. Home of Mirrophonic Sound NOW SHOWING The 1 o v e r .1 "Capiam Blood 1 once more sel Ihc heart oF the w o T 1 d poundhijr lo the thunder of guns atul the cln.cli at steel un *lei;U STARTS SATURDAY GARY COOPER JEAN ARTHUR Cecil B. DeMillc's "THE PLAINSMAN" COMING SOON 'ROMEO AND JULIET" Something N e w . . . FOR THE FIRST TIME IN HISTORY THE PEOPLE OF MASON CITY WILL HAVE THE OPPORTUNITY TO WITNESS AN ACTUAL BROADCAST! . KGLO-STATB THEATRE AMATEUR HOUR OF THE AIR Broadcast Direct From the Stage of the STATE THEATRE Over KGLO . . . Thursday, Jan. 21st at 9:30 P. M. _ Presenting 8 EIGHT SELECTED ACTS Q *J Radio Stars of the Future O Competing for Cash Prizes and a Paid Engagement at THE CAVERN FRED SHAFFER JIMMY FLEMING Master of Ceremonies at the Piano Applicants Who Desire lo Appear on This Program Should Communicate with KGLO Program Director NOTE: DUE TO LIMITED SEATING CAPACITY IT WILL BE NECESSARY TO MAKE A SLIGHT INCREASE IN ADMISSION--THE EVENING PRICE ON DAY WILL BE 31c--ALL SEATS! Be On Hand and Help Launch Your Friends On a Successful Radio Career! On the Screen: Wednesday and Thursday-The Story They Couldn't Suppress! CLIVE BROOK HELEN VINSON "LOVE IN EXILE" A N D The Great Geyser Murder Myalery! HENRY HUNTER JUDITH BARRETT "YELLOWSTONE" $ $ $ $ WEDNESDAY $ $ $ $ attiarlnft H e p b u r n Fredrie .Hgreli "IMary of Scotland" Ends Tuesday: James Dunn "Tu-o Fisted Gentleman"