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Mason City, Iowa
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Friday, March 9, 1934
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TEN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE MARCH 9 193* ADDITIONAL SPORT NEWS BOWLERS WIN IN PAIRS AT LEAGUE GAMES THURSDAY O'Neil Gets 246 Single a: Eggert Rolls 611 High Series in Evening. FRIDAY GAMES 7 o'clock-Henkel's Ready-Mix vs. Miller's High life, 1 and 2. Joe Daniels' Goodyears vs. Lyons' Cleaners, S and 4. 8:15 oclock-- Blumcr's Golden Glow vs. Green Mill, 1 and 2. Schmidt's City Club vs. Studebaker Six, S and 4. Budweiser, Pabst Blue Ribbon, Birum Olson and Gallagher's Pontiacs each won two of three games in City league bowling Thursday night, from their respective opposition, Green Mill, Stoddard Stone, Northern Oilers and Miller's High Life. Fay O'Neil's 246 was high stogie and Cliff Eggert of the Pontiacs rolled 611 for series' honors with M. Bushgens following him closely at 609. One 1,000, two 600's and sixteen 200's were recorded. PABST BLUE RII1BON J»t !nd 3rd Total ... 1M 1WI »1 "22 «3 176 1« 473 1»» 1S8 113 A. Haniien A. Ream 181 II. wolike . . . . 17? J. Bell 191 Actual Pins.. 884 Handicap . . . 00 174 191 M7 464 B3» 874 69 804 «3 89 6 ital Fin. .... 849 »3» 869 STODDAKD STONE PRODUCTS Players-W. Tracy II. Kncjel V. JLortnit J. Unsay W. «HS .. Actual Plnl.. Handicap ... 1st . 172'. 170 . 116 147 196 2nd 3rd Total 1G1 '178 511 196 239 501 199 108 423 177 138 46! 148 198 602 801 101 2499 303 2762 921 Players-F. O'Kcil . . . . L. dimmers . P. Ctter .... R. Flnlaynon . M. BnshEcns . Aetna! FInl. Handicap ... Total Fins BUDWEISER lit 2nd 3rd . 176 , 181 , 177 . no :u 171 179 190 203 IJS 246 170 124 16* 170 Total 983 926 481 937 ' 609 «24 40 3716 120 . 998 »M 814 2838 MS GREEN HTLI, CAFE Player*-F. Wan . . . . . . O. wabh .... I.. Davey ..., 3, Sqnlen ... C. Collins . . . . Actual Pins., Handicap . . . MILLEBS HIGH WFE lit . 215 . 176 . 162 , 177 . 178 . 908 28 2nd 119 S34 148 :i9 182 962 28 3rd 197 181 187 117 231 893 28 Total 991 991 477 913 991 2763 84 Total Pint .... 936 990 «1 *S47 GALLAGHER'S POVTIACS . Players-R. Johnson C. Ewrt . M. PlrW . . . R. Stevens . I. Ebtad . . . 1st . 210 . 213 . 166 , 227 . 189 Actual Fin...1001 Handicap ... 74 2nd 144 191 1*8 194 180 888 74 3rd 211 so: 174 138 180 Cll S28 KB S43 Players-C. Gundenon F. Ryan . 194 143 155 B. Krall ..... 194 Actual Fins.. 730 Handicap ... 88 Total Pln» 818 2nd 168 186 W lli 182. 803 88 3rd Total 138 460 159 488 310 170 170 233 498 198 464 2391 294 AT. 133 163 199 170 166 1»5 797 ·8 976 2685 895 "·" U It6 f. SGS 74 Total Pin. ....1075 9«2 984 3821 1007 . Players-H. Je H. Matter .... H. Pnsch W. Duncan ... I*. Duncan ... - Actual Pins.. Handicap . . . NORTHERN OH. CORP. Int , 194 . 161 178 192 193 839 34 2nd 144 183 139 203 171 70» 34 3rd 193 152 164 185 134 829 34 466 4tS £41 438 2374 102 Total Pins 873 740 863 BIBUM-OLSON CO. . Players-J. Event ... R. Abbott .. P. I'rltch.rJ W. McVIker ... 184 D. Duncan ... 189 1st , 187 . 157 2nd 181 130 119 163 238 3rd 199 127 130 125 145 Total 827 414 347 472 572 ' Actul Pin... 815 831 686 2332 Handicap ;.. 89 89 89 M7 iv. IT. 125 15S 180 153 791 34 T»i»l FlM .... 904 120 179 2599 MO ALGONA, LEDYARD WIN FIRST GAMES (Continued From Face 9) scored to bring the count to 16 and 4. Baumann and Hackbart made it 16 to 8 with baskets as the period closed. Bauman got back into things in the second half to score a goal and free toss before Ledyard got going but Warner's tipin mads it 18 to U for Ledyard. Thompson scored a ·Mir of goals and a free throw, and Warner connected again in the hall to assure Ledyard 25 points ana Baumann and Hackbart added goal each, the former getting a free throw, to set the Grafton total at 16. LEOTARD--25 lift Thompson f 6 1 Warner f Lloyd c (c) Moulton g Brandt c 2 1 0 0 0 0 GBAPTOJf--16 IK ft f Baomana f 4 2 0 Hackbart f 2 0 2 Wahl e 1 0 0 BlaUi g 0 0 2 Walk ic 0 0 0 Isenhart I (c) 0 0 0 . Totals 7 2 4 Totn!« 11 3 3 Referee:' Bump; umpire, Martin. BELMOND--23 ALGONA--24 fgtt f flCft Ma!ion f 1 1 3 R. Medln { 1 0 Leavy f Lulck f 0 3 0 0 B. Post f 2 1 2 4 0 2 Cntxmcyer e 2 0 1 JL.UICK c * u * uretxmcyer c * u JL Goflr It 2 1 1 Sellstrom g 9 0 1 MeNnlty g (c) 0 1 0 Sh'fort g (e 1 1 3 Totals 10 3 « Totals Bef em : Martin; amplre, Bomp. 11 I 7 GUARD LOCKED IN CELL, CLAIM Special Guard at Dillinger Jail Accuses Fingerprint Expert. . CHICAGO, March ,9. GR--The uproar over slippery John Dillinger's walkaway reached a new high today with- a charge that a fingerprint expert locked a special guard in a cell a few .minutes before the outlaw escaped the Crown Point, Ind., jail. 'Attorney General Philip Lutz, Jr., of Indiana said at Indianapolis that Matt Brown, 84, was the guard locked in. He said the aged man testified to Assistant Attorney General Edward Barce that Ernest Blunk, fingerprint expert at the jail, locked a door on him "before I realized I had been decoyed into the cell." Shortly afterward, the guard was quoted as saying, Dillinger appeared in the jail corridor, armed with a machine gun. Blunk is free on bond on a charge of misfeasance. He and Sam Cahoon, another jail attache, were arrested recently in connection with the desperado's escape, Rites for Mrs. Moss, Civil War Vet Widow, Held at Clarksville CLARKSVILLE, March 9.--Mrs. Sarah Mess, 79. widow of the Civil war veteran, Aaron Moss, died at the home of her son, Charles Shepard, Wednesday evening. Funeral services were .held at the Community church here Friday afternoon and burial'WAF beside'the grave of her first husband, Rodney. Shepard, who preceded her in death many years ago. She leaves three sons, William of Bruner, Mo., David of Greene and Charles. The Rev. F. A. Munneker of the Presbyterian church of Greene, assisted by the local pastor, the Rev. R. B. Fisher, conducted the services. Funeral of Henry Degen Is Held at Eagle Grove EAGLE GROVE, March 9.--Funeral services for Henry Degen, 37. farmer east of town, were held at the Sacred Heart church, Thursday morning in charge of the Rev. P Molloy. He is survived by his mother and by eight children, Robert Florence, Leonard, Marian, William. Esther, Donald and Jerome. lona Man Fined $25. ALLISON, March 9.--Ed Artes of Ionia was fined $25 and costs hi justice court of Justice W. p. Miller for violating the rules regulating the purchase of eggs. , SLAIN IN HOLDUP Webster Kemner (above), clerk of the Commerce Trust company, Kansas City bank, was killed when bandits shot him in a daylight holdup and escaped with a bag containing $207,294 In cash and securities. (Associated Press Photo). Bristow Man Sentenced on Charges of Assault ALLISON, March 9.--J. E. Welcher of Bristow pleaded guilty to a charge of assault before Judge M. F. Edwards Tuesday afternoon · and was sentenced to 90 days in the Butler county jail. The sentence was suspended during good behavior. As repeated by Opal Read: "I called on Mabel last night, I wasn't any more than inside the door before her mother asked me my intentions." "That must have been embarrassing." "Yes, but that's not the worst of it. Mabel called from upstairs and said, "That isn't the one, mother.'" -- Brown County, Kan., World. D A N C E Clear Lake Country Club Saturday and Sunday March 10,11 "Prince of Personality," Dale Larson, and orchestra, 12 pieces. Smile with Dale. Tell him the pieces you want to hear. You'll have a Better Time at the clubhouse . . . built for Dancing pleasure. 40c Per Person DENISON CLUB TO BE HOST TO GIRL CAGERS SUNDAY Second Tournament Planner for Indie Basketball Teams at HalL With pairings already drawn, the Denison club will be host to the independent girls' basketball teams from north Iowa and southern Minnesota on Sunday afternoon ant evening. The tournament will be the second annual affair of this type put on by the club, and gives indication of being a hotly contested affair. The 1933 tournament was won by Nora Springs, the victors defeating the Denison Girls in the s final by 3C to 28. All of'the entrants of lasl season, and in addition, the Schukei Motors of Waterloo, considered an outstanding outfit, are in the meet this season. The Schuketo will meet Oaage at 2 o'clock Sunday with Sheffield carded to oppose the Denison Girls at 3 o'clock. Nora Springs and the Waterloo-Osage winner play at 7:30 and Lyle, Minn., and the Sheffield- Denison winner meet at 8:30. The final will be played a week later, on Sunday afternoon, March 18. Gold basketballs will be given to the members of the winning team. Here and There W1U Move West. CRYSTAL LAKE--The American Legion auxiliary served lunch at the public farm sale of Sam Gordon, north of Crystal Lake, as a means of raising money and cleared approximately ?17 which will be used on the hall. The Sam Gordon 'amily will move west as soon as school is out, due to the ill health of Mrs; Gordon. Return From Iowa City. WHITTEMORE--O. J. Kaschmit- :er and son, Leon, went to Iowa City and returned with Mr. Kasch milter's mother, Mrs. Schrier, and lis sister, Mrs. Frank Brehmer, of Wilmot, Minn. Mrs. Schrier has been in the hospital for the past month. Players to Be Feted. BANCROFT--The members of St. John's basketball team, Coach larold Pohlman and the Rev. J. F Schultes will go to Sutherland Bunay where they will be dinner guests of the Rev. Henry Pick Bather Pick was assistant here at St. John's church until a month ago. AltaVista Group Names Lauck President Again ALTA VISTA, March 8.--At the annual meeting of the Union Ceme- ery association here Wednesday afternoon John Lauck was re-elec- ed president, A. F. Karsten, secre- ary-treasurer, Adolph Alt, Will "Irion and George Joachim as direc- ors, the former two succeeding hemselves and the latter succeeding the late Ernest Glienke. Bounty I. 0. 0. F. Session Is Held at Qarksville CLARKSYttLB, March 9.--The our lodges of the I. O. O. F. including Shell Rock, Clarksville, Dumont and Greene, held their council ^.t he city auditorium. There was a arge attendance. Leo Dewey of Shell Rock gave a talk and Miss faros of Shell Rock gave a reading. The remainder of the program was sponsored by local talent On Dows Ballot. DOWS, March 9.--At the school election, a director for three years to succeed Hans Christensen will be named and a treasurer to succeed Joe Oler. Christensen is not a candidate. C. F. Peterson is a candidate for director and Oler for treasurer. For the town election March 26, candidates who have filed are: Mayor, F. H. Peterson; councilmen, Oscar Jacobson, Otis Johnson, E. H. Satterlee, Elmer Phifer and Art Banwell; for treasurer, A. J. Peterson, and assessor, Almoh Drury. 46 COUNTIES ARE PROVIDED RELIEF List of Bond Issue* Given Out by State Highway Commission. AMES, March 9. IS--Forty-six Iowa counties are provided relief in a list of-bond Issues announced b; the state highway commission which are to be refinanced under the provisions of an act passed by the legislature. The bond Issues total $13,657,000 and include the following counties Marshall, March 15, $118,000 Black Hawk, March 15, $560,000, Wapello, March 15, *295,000; Des Moines, March 16, ,5124,000; Lee March 16, J495,000; Dubuque, March 16, $450,000; Clinton, March 16 $433,000; Delaware, March 19, $225,000; Mahaska, March 19, $200,000; Keokuk, March 19, $200,000; Washington, March 20, $272,000; Henry March 20, $470,000; Jones, March 20, $570,000. Jackson, March 20, $300,000; Clayton, March 21, $200,000; Fayette, March 21, $200,000; Jefferson March 21, $156,000; Van -Buren March 21, $270,000; Davis, March 22, $160,000; Monroe, March 22 $180,000; Wlnneshiek, March 22, 5380,000; Howard, March 22, $200,.. 000; Chickasaw, March 23, $280,000. Floyd, March 23, $106,000; Wayne, March 23, $200,000; Decatur, March 23, $249,000; Buchanan, Vlarch 23, $200,000; Bremer, March 26, $277,000; Pottawattamie, March 26, $363,000; Mills, -March 26, $70,000; Montgomery, March 27, $360,000; Page, March 27, $240,000; Buter, March 27, $420,000; Franklin March 27, $295,000; Worth, March 28 ,$375,000. Kossuth, March 28, $200,000; Adair, March 28, 200,000; Greene March 28, $375,000; Polk, March 29, $901,000; Jasper, March 29, 5378,000; O'Brien, March 29] 5175,000; Woodbury, March 29, "857,000; Monona, March 30, $200,100; Harrison, March 30, $130,000; Warren, March 30, $308,000; Lucas March 30, $140,CCC. Godfrey Gives Address to Farm Forum in Cresco CRESCO, March 9.--George Godrey of Iowa State college at Ames r ave an address on the "Outlook of Agriculture" Wednesday evening at a meeting of the Young Farmers' ·"orum at the Cresco library auditor- um. Beside the 15 members of the orum, there were the regular stu- ents of the vocational agricultural epartment of the Cresco high chool also present. Neil and Merrick Gassett, the "Sorrel Serenad- rs" furnished special musical num- ers. 150 Honor Cresco Couple on Wedding Anniversary CRESCO, March 9.--Mr. and Mrs. Tohn Rutsch of near Cresco celebrated their golden wedding anniversary at the home of their aughter, Mrs. Carl Aegler and amily. About 150 guests were pres- nt, including their pastor, the Rev. j. W. Moench of the Immanuel Aitheran church. Small Daughter Buried. LONEROCK, March 9.--Etta Elaine, 13 months old daughter of ·Jr. and Mrs. Fred Rath, died Tues- ay night following 21 days' illness f pneumonia. Funeral services were 'hursday at the home south of Lonerock, the Rev. A. Wood con- ucting the services. History of romance revealed by itles bestowed on the male: Lover, eller, sugar-daddy, boy friend.-Davenport Times. DELICIOUS FOOD TO SUIT YOUR TASTE DINE and DANCE MAPLE INN Cut on Hlihmy No. 18 Barbecued Ribs Prim sprint rlUcfeen--3.2 B«cr on Ice Phone 1839 1301 Fourth St. S. E. MASON CITY'S OUTSTANDING DANCE SPOT PRESENTS A POPULAR MODERN DANCE BAND Turk Ramsey a Peppershakers AT THE ARMORY Saturday, March 10 Still on the Gold Standard of Pleasure Value ST. PATRICK'S NIGHT- CRAVEN'S GOLDEN GATE BAND IS- TIME DANCE DENISON CLUB On North Rood to Clear Lake Saturday, March W Music by LOYD WILL'S Orchestra Public Invited . . . Admission 25c Per Person NORTH IOWA-SOUTHERN MINNESOTA GIRLS' INDEPENDENT BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT--SUNDAY AT 2:30 P. M. AND 7:30 P. M. TO MARK* PEER Mrs. Joseph W. Donner, Chicago widow, is to become the bride of Lionel Lord Tennyson, grandson of Alfred Lord Tennyson, England's one time poet laureate. They are to be married April 14 In Santa Barbara, Cal. (Associated Press Photo). At Mason City THEATERS IONSTANCE BENNETT DOUBLES IN CECDL FILM Constance Bennett portrays both ;he stage-struck wife of a playwright and the part of Raquel, jifted but notorious night club artiste, in "Moulin Rouge," the picture which begins a three day en- agement Saturday at the Cecil ;heater. To further complicate mat- :ers La Bennett, the wife, changes ilaces with Raquel, the night club intertainer, who is really Constance Jennett anyway. Maybe if you see the show you can straighten it out "or yourself. Other attractions are le Boswell sisters, Tullio Carminati, Russ Columbo and some fancy chorus work. * » * Unless there is some terrific ngling somewhere along the line, The Meanest Gal in Town" should )e one of the funniest comedies ever filmed. The cast is headed by TODAY AND SAT. Mat. 15c; Eve. 20c; Children lOc IOWA With DONALD COOK GENEVIEVE TOBIN -- ADDED -Walter Winchell Comedy CARTOON AND NEWS Last Chapter 'GORDON of GHOST CITY' five stars, any two of whom could pull the usual comedy along; with ease, and the story plays the vamping abilities of Pert Kelton agains the eccentricities of Zasu Pitts. The second feature on the Palace bill which begins a four day run Satur day is "3Jver Since Eve," with George O'Brien, Herbert Mundln and Mary Brian in the leading roles. The story of this picture skips'back and forth from Broad' way to western gold mining coun try. GEORGE O'BRIEN .STARS IN GREY FILM With Sue Carol opposite him George O'Brien does a masterfu' job in the leading role in "The Lone Star Ranger," picturization of one of Zane Grey's western stories which plays Friday and Saturdaj at the Strand. Of eight grunts Invited to a penthouse party, six are murdered or have been driven to suicide in the space of a few hours due to the relentless persecution by "The Ninth Guest" Sounds good enough for almost any mystery lover. Genevieve Tobin and Donald Cook head, and incidentally, survive most of · the cast. This picture is shown through Saturday at the Iowa theater. * * * Beginning a four day engagement Tuesday at the Cecil theater is "Eskimo," described by critics aa one of the finest pictures ever produced. It was actually filmed- on location In the frozen Arctic wastes An Eskimo girl who was chosen for the leading role has received praise as the "Garbo of the North," while the Eskimo boy who plays opposite her exhibits remarkable talent * * * "MISS FANE'S BABY STOLEN" SHOWS HERE Story of the snatch racket starring Dorothea Wieck, Baby LeRoy. Jack LaRue, Alan Hale and Doro- ihy Burgess, "Miss Fane's Baby Is Stolen" plays at the Palace for iree days starting Wednesday. On the same bill is Edward G. Robinson in "Dark Hazard" by the author of "Little Caesar." Will Rogers' transformation from a meek, rather browbeaten individual to one who aserts his rights on he slightest provocation is one ol Jie amusing features of "Mr. Skitch" which plays for three days starting Sunday at the Strand Zasu Pitts, Florence Desmond and CECIL COMING- · SOON!! "ESKIMO WIFE TRADERS A ONCE-IN-A- LIFETIME EVENT ON THE SCREEN! Harry Green head the supporting cast. * · · Barbara Stanwyck* and Otto Kruger add to their respective reputations by their excellent performances in "Ever in My Heart," story of the losing battle waged by an Americanized German to live at peace in this country during the World war, showing at the Iowa Monday and Tuesday Appeal of Western Loop Clubs in Consideration CHICAGO, March 9, executive committee of the national association of profesional baseball leagues today took under advisement the appeals of the Denver and Pueblo clubs against the reorganization plans that would force them out of the Western league. No announcement on the decision is expected for a week nr two aa the committee, after hearing long arguments all day yesterday, announced it want time to study the situation. DOGS BREAK THROUGH ICE; ARE PULLED OUT NASHUA, March 9.--Three dogs, Dirk, a Great Dane, Jlggs, a bulldog, belonging to Marian and Garland Nafus, and Jack, a police dog owned by Eugene Putney, caused considerable excitement Wednesday when they broke through the ice near the city bridge. Jack was able to get out but the other two could not make it, and would have drowned had not Galen Messinger rescued them by dragging a boat along the Ice until he reached them and pulled them into the boat Win Spelling Contest. TTTONKA, March 9--Margaret Ites, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ites, won the spelling,contest at the Buffalo consolidated school at Titonka and will represent the school at the Kossuth county spelling contest. Showing Fri. and Sat. A SON OF THE SADDLE! Leaps from Ms mighty horse and, shoots his way through! Zane Grey's "THE LONE STAR RANGER" with GEO. O'BRIEN SUE CAROL Child. IOC Mat. 15c Eve. 20c -f^MIDNITE SHOW 1 1 I SATURDAY ' * ' See "Wnrrtor's Hutaod" and "Lone Star Buter" Sunday Monday and Tues. What a Father f What a Family!! and what Laughs!! .. .as those tuany SKltchejj and their romantic daughter hit the tourist trail across America... WILL ROGERS with ZaSu PITTS £^r^ ,' Matinee Except Sunday 20c Evening ·. »^ f f ·**··# ^ ' sl.t* Five great fungineers in a red- flannel romance that will keep you In stitches'! "The Meanest Gal In Town" with ZASU PITTS Pert Kelton -- EI Brendel *"*· James Gleason--Skeets Gallagher Ends Friday "Hi, NelKe" and "You Can't Buy Everything" Starts SATURDAY! TWO COMPLETELY FASCINATING WOMEN in one and the same Constance Bennett 1 ^L i* fcv Brunette by day, masquerading as a Wond« by night, $h« steals forbidden romance I Surrender in htr heart » · t tons on htr liptl CONSTANcT The gayest, friskiest, naughtiest French musical of all time! ~«t V *""· si* " '-4 HM* Conrlir* f'i{ng**SHtj^"»f ^ Si»tr«B4«r p ''fei|r ^ Rut* Cslumtwi,, i . jtr*"" \f . ..And HEAR 1h« tto(W*)l Sitt*rt tteo* .*-*·* R01GI FRANCHOT'TOiSE TUILIO CAXMINATI . Added CHARLIE CHASE Comedy · RUSS COLUMBO · CECI BOSWELL SISTERS , Ends Friday _ ANN'HARDING In "Gallant Lady" CARAVAN OF *TARfy - M A R Y fl«AN ", ARY" CARLISLE | ' IBO C A R R I L L O 4 v JAMES' 616ASON; LUCILLE GlEASON' t RAYMOND H4TTON L ANNA-'Q.J«tSSON I HOOTsHfrSQ'N I ' JOHN HUNOUt *: 4 B E N T U «!'«·'' 111 1! In-'

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