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FOURTEEN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH 5 1936 LOTS OF SCRAPS FOR CROWN SEEN Third District Has No Iowa Champ Prospect, But Still Put on Good Home Tilt. EDITOR'S NOTE: This is the third of a series concerning the boys' state high school basketball tournament opening next week. This story deals with the third Iowa district and sectional meets at Albia, Chariton, Indianola and Osknloosa. By L. E. SKELLEl" Associated Press Sports Writer DES MOINES, CrB-- They aren't very hopeful of producing a state high school basketball champion in the third district down in south- central Iowa, but they do anticipate plenty of excitement in choosing the district's representatives for the final meet at Des Moinea March 26, 27 and 28. Five class A teams loom up above the other entrants in the four sectional meets starting next Thursday, and there are three or four outstanding class B clubs. There are, however, enough other teams, rated only a shade behind the leaders, to assure bitterly fought tournament games. The best of the class A teams are Ottumwa, Albia, Knoxville, Chariton and Indianola. Class B standouts are Rathbun, Williamson and Lacey. Ottumwa Favorite. Ottumwa, a frequent competitor in the state tournament finals, appears the likely winner at the Oskaloosa sectional. It ranks third in the Little Six conference. Emmet Mowery, Ottumwa sports editor, is dubious, however, about the team's chances of getting through tie district meet, providing, of course, it wins the sectional. "Ottumwa had a swell team the first half of the season, and if Loui Farrington, center, and Maynard Lyle Morford Leads Club Team as Clarion A. C. Is Winner in Des Moines Go CLARION -- Clarion's Athletic club wrestling team defeated the Des Moines Y. M. C. A. here Wednesday night, 24 to 6 in a hotly-contested match. Lyle Morford, Clarion 135 pounder, was outstanding in the contest. THE SUMMARY 118--F. strcvcr (C) threw Stllwell (DM) l!30. MS--V. Strcvcr (C) dcclsloncd B. Prince (D.M) 7:37. 135--JU Morford (C) threw Johnston (DM) 1:44. 145--r.n. Morforrf (C) threw H. Frince (DM) T,:li. IB!--D. Hill (C) dcelsloned H. rnidtrfer (DM) 6:11. 105--rotindsdmr (C) decUinned Fryman (DM) 4:10. 175--D. Prince (D.M) dcetiloncd Tnllman (C) 4:21. Heavy--Pnmlolt (DM) decisions! IVII.on (C) 7:34. Official: VliKll Duea. Flood Blocks Highway 3 Near Sidney SHENANDOAH--Water from one to three feet deep rushed across highway No, 3 in the Nishnabotna lowlands near Sidney when melting snow and ice jams flooded the valleys. Traffic from Shenandoah and Sidney and Council Bluffs was routed by Bed Oak over No. 48 and No. 34. (Iowa Daily .Press Photo) Joe Cronin Sold on Past A's Star for Key Sacker SARASOTA, Fla., ()--Joe Cronin of the Red Sox is sold on Eric Me- Nair as a second baseman. "When he gets just a little practice in combination plays he is bound to be every bit as sensational there as he was at short for the Athletics," said Cronin after Wednesday's drill. Rochester Pro Leads Rich West Coast Golf Contests HOLLYWOOD, Fla., (^)--With Clarence Doser of Rochester, N. Y., slightly ahead at the halfway mark, a select field of professionals Thursday entered the final 36 holes of the $2,500 Hollywood open golf tournament. Doser, little known along the big time circuit, Wednesday shot his second successive subpar score, a 67, to add to his previous 68 for a total of 135. Black, guard, hadn't graduated, we would have made some outfits hustle for" the .state crown," Mowery says. "Now we have a very narrow chance of winning the district' The Packard Tops 1'eam. Ottumwa team is built around Harold Packard, scoring leader of the Little Six. Packard is an unorthodox shooter who piles them to from any angle. He also is better than average defensively. Knoxville and Indianola are set for a hot scrap for class A honors at the Indianola sectional. The home town club is one of the leaders in the South Central conference, and holds a. victory over the strong East Des Moines team. Albia is a cinch, they say, for class A honors in its own sectional. The team, coached by John Sexton, former Albia basketball and foot- ball'star, is the Southern Iowa conference title winner and has lost only three games all year. Centerville Is Threat. Centerville. likely will be Albia's chief threat, but Albia turned back Centerville, 29 to 18, after losing an earlier game, 33 to 27. Rathbun, although a trifle inexperienced, is the class B choice at Albia. The" team has averaged around 37 points a game while holding opponents to an 18 point average. Chariton and Osceola are the leading teams in the class A group at Chariton. Bob Garrett, Centerville sports editor, likes Chariton over Osceola, but warns that Melcher may upset both of them. Drake's Balanced Squad Favored to Win Meet as Mo. Valley Teams Convene DES MOINES, CB--Drake's uni- form'ly balanced track squad is the popular favorite to win the Missouri Valley indoor championship in the annual indoor carnival at the Drake fieldhouse Friday night. The Oklahoma Aggies and Washington are given an outside chance of dethroning the Bulldogs, but Grinnell, .Washburn and.Tulsa are not expected to count . heavily. Creighton will not be represented in the meet. Drake, led by Capt. Linn Philson, a candidate for the Olympic team as a high jumper, has 27 men entered in the 12 events. 'Casey' Works Like Charm for Tiger Slugging Drills LAKELAND, Fla, UP)--"Casey at the bat" seems to be potent inspiration .for Al Simmons and Elden Auker of the Tigers. They tried reciting parts of the poem en route to the plate Wednesday. Al got a homer, double and single in four times up and Auker walloped two homers on successive trips to the plate. Berger Not to Get a Suit Until He Signs Contracts ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. (3)_ Wally Berger, the Bees' leading noldout wired he would be on hand Friday but President Bob Quirm issued an ultimatum he' was not to get a uniform until he signed the contract originally offered. "I still nsist he is the highest paid outfielder in the league and he is being given a fair deal," Qu'inn said. PEDESTRIAN HIT ATNORTHWOOD Unable to Get Out of Way Because of High Banks of Snow. NORTHWOOD--Nels A. Mellem was injured about 10 o'clock Wednesday night when he was struck by a truck as he was walking- north on the pavement to his home on the edge of town. A cut on his forehead, severe bruises to his right hip, knee and leg were the injuries suffered. Apparently the driver of the truck did not see him, for it did not turn out or stop after hitting Mr. Mellem. Mr. Mellem attempted to get out of the way of the truck but because of the high banks ur snow along the highway was unable to get off the highway far enough to avoid being struck. The side of the vehicle hit him a glancing -blow. Plenty of Candidates for Zeke Bonura's Vacant Job PASADENA, Cal., UPJ--H and when Zeke .Bonura, the holdout White Sox first baseman, comes to terms he is likely to have plenty of competition for his job. Mule Haas and Rip Radcliffe, outfielders, and Manager Jimmy Dykes have been drilling at the position and all have shown they can handle it if necessary. BOWLING NORTHWOOD IS FIRST IN DECLAIM Grafton Places Second and Fertile Third in County Competition. NORTHWOOD--Northwood captured first, Grafton placed second, Manly third and Fertile fourth in the county and subdistrict declamatory contest held here Wednesday night. Rankings were: Oratorical--Louis Mellem of Northwood, first; George Jorgenson of Grafton, second; Milus Boenke of Manly, third, and Charles Kisner of Fertile, fourth; dramatic--Esther Landdeck of Grafton, first; Margaret Macku of Manly, second; Betty Jane Reeves, of Northwood, third, the Fertile contestant not being able to appear because of illness; humorous --Virginia Hill of Fertile, first; Walton Beach of Northwood, second; Bob Parker of Manly, third, and Reuben Dalluge of Grafton, third. Music groups from the high school furnished numbers. ctir LEAGUE TIXER-RVAN FEBNITUBE COMPANY Playere-- 1st 2nd " 3rd Tot. Ar G. Walsh 164 302 151 K. Robinson ..211 Win. Tyler ... 162 H. G. Pnsch .. 140 B. N. Johnson . 151 Actual Plus Handicap .. 82S 56 302 165 ITT 145 165 854 56 isa 151 170 154 798 56 517 54.1 493 455 470 2480 168 172 IS2 161 152 157 827 56 Tota! flat . . SS4 854 Z644 833 Players-L. Fait M. Kaufman . B. Dull I*. Evenson .. J. Lindsay .. J. MacDonald Aetna! Pins Handicap .. DECKER'S OFFICE 1st 2nd 3rd . IBS . 141 . 159 115 17T 183 178 200 175 187 185 Tot. 568 .171 165 463 51.1 459 814 131 D13 107 814 10T 2541 S45 Total pins .. S45 1020 921 3888 WOMEN'S I.KAGUE SnCKEY MOOSE Players-- i st 3na Vandn 129 133 Mick 150 14g GlanvlUe log 327 Seel 14; Hi J'WS 137 American League Castoff May Add to Giants' Staff PENSACOLA, Fla. UP) -- Dick Coffman, the American league castoff, may prove a valuable addition to the Giants' pitching staff. When Bill Terry signed him up he admitted it was merely that he was willing to take a chance but this spring Coffman has been working hard, is in fine condition and has shown enough that the Giants' coaches believe he will stick. Van Ryn Expects to Play Doubles With Texas Star NEW YORK, OB--It may be a case of the wish fathering the thought. But Johnny Van Ryn expects to play doubles in tennis with Wilmer Allison again this year. "And that goes for the Davis cup, too," said the black haired Philadelphia veteran. The U. 3. Lawn Tennis association's cup committee will have the final say insofar as the international team is concerned. There is a feeling in some 'quarters that Allison should not be taxed again with the task of playing both singles and Actual Pins 6B6 Handicap 37 lotal Pins 763 165. 680 87 3rd 150 139 153 147 149 738 97 FLOBIJIEt BEAUTV SHOP (Forfeit) DIAMO.VD BCTTER BREAD Playfrs- l, t 2nd 3rd ". "»" 1U 135 122 E. Cockman 168 169 146 A. Bernemann 101 122 Sn "no 100 100 mo E. Glanrlllc 137 146- 118 Actual Plni . Hnadlcan ,. 677 53 567 S3 Total pins 730 725 6:0 GOLF AND COUNTRY CLUB (Forfeit) Tot. 402 437 388 400 451 291 «75 Tot. 3B8 483 363 .100 402 into 159 2075 Roosevelt Triumphs in Test of Strength With Gov. Talmadge DONALSONVILLE, Ga., UP)-President Roosevelt emerged triumphant Thursday from a test of strength against Gov. Eugene Talmadge in the country's first presidential primary. In rural Seminole county in southwest Georgia, democratic voters Wednesday called for renomin- ation of the president by a vote of 661 to 120 over his persistent critic. The result however, is not binding on any delegates that may be named to the national convention by the state democratic executive committee. MRS. SHAPLEY OF FLOYD IS BURIED Resident of Community fo Many Years Was 111 Five Weeks. FLOYD--Funeral services wer held Wednesday for Mrs. Mathi Shapley who died Sunday at he home one mile north of Floyd afte an illness of five weeks. Mrs. Shapley was born in Norwa; and at 6 came with her parents t Rock Creek, Iowa. In 1892 she wa married to Carson Shapley. With the exception of two years in North Dakota, all of her married life wa~ spent in and near Floyd. Mrs. Shap ley is survived by her husband, on daughter. Mrs. Sylvia Roberts o Floyd, her mother, Mrs. Anna Lunde, and .one 'brother, Amos Lunde of Minnewaukon, N. Dak. She was a charter member of local R. N. A. lodge and has been prominent in the church and socia life of the viliage. The Rev. Alfred Christensen, former pastor, assistec by the Rev. George McConkey, conducted the funeral services and interment was in the Floyd cemetery. Forty-one members of the R. N. A. lodge attended in a group. 13,000 Iowa WPA Workers Face Loss of Jobs or Transfer DES MOINES, (.»--An estimated 13,000 Iowa' WPA workers face loss of their jobs, or transfer to other federal work, during the ensuing weeks. Iowa Administrator L. S. Hill announced he had received unofficial instructions from Washington to trim tie Iowa WPA load from the present. 35,000 to about 22,000. Hill said that although it may be necessary to dismiss some workers outright, he expected the bulk of the excess load can be diverted to work on other federal projects. The administrator, disclosing that nearly 3,000 former WPA workers already have been absorbed by private industry, said he expected an acceleration in this trend from now on. BORERQUESTON IS UNSETTLED Conflicting Views Expressed Upon Means of Checking Westward Invasion. AMES, (/D--Conflicting: views of central plant board members on means of checking the westward invasion of the European corn borer left the problem of state quarantines against the pest unsettled Thursday. The group of midwestem entomologists and state inspectors meeting in annual session here took no final action, but leaned toward support of standardizing q u a r a n t i n e s throughout the uninfested corn belt area. Dr. L. M. Gates, University of Nebraska entomologist, urged standardization of quarantines, citing the threat to western corn belt growers of the corn borer's advance into Wisconsin, Ohio and Indiana in recent years. He pointed out that present quarantines differ widely In their provisions. Conflict of Views. The conflict of views arose between E. L, Chambers, Wisconsin entomologist, and P. A. Glenn, chief plant' inspector of the Illinois department ' O f agriculture, whose views 'were read from a prepared paper. Ill at home, Glenn was unable to attend the meeting. Glenn, 1935 president of the board, advocated abandonment of the Illinois quarantine, declaring "the slight benefits which might result from the continued enforcement of the Illinois quarantine would be more than counter-balanced by the expense to the state of enforcing the quarantine, which At Mason City THEATERS 8? R. j. r. STARS. ENTERTAIN IN SHAKESPEAREAN FILM James Cagney, Joe E. Brown Dick Powell, Jean Muir, Victo Jory, Verree Teasdale, Anita Louisi Hugh Herbert, Frank McHugh Mickey Rooney and scores of othe noted players were seen in the lo cal showing of "A Midsumme Night's Dream" .at the Cecil Thurs day. * * * "$1,000 A MINUTE" IS FRIDAY FEATURE With two fine romantic leads, sextette of funsters and plenty o romance and dramatic incidents "51,000 a Minute," will play at th Cecil and Palace on Friday only The picture is based on Everet Freeman's famous Saturday Eve ning Post story which ran some time ago. aas amounted to $8,000 annually." Threat to Io\va. Chambers, declaring the approximately wide- CURRENT FEATURES CECIL--Thursday only, "A Midsummer Night's Dream." Friday only, "$1,000 a Minute." PALACE--Through Thursday, 'Dancing Feet" and "Muss 'Em Up." Friday only, "51,000 a Minute." STRAND--Through Thursday, "Here's to Romance." Starts Frl- flay, "Sunset of Power," Dressed to Thrill' and serial. STAT -- Through Saturday, "Midshipman Jack,' "Cowboy Millionaire' and serial. spread but light infestation in Wisconsin counties bordering Lake Michigan constituted a. threat to Iowa farmers, said: "We believe that so Jong as a marantine discourages the long dis- ance movement of possibly infested materials from infested areas x x x hat it has value and should not be emoved." Glenn took the position that the iorer infested areas in Indiana are o close to Illinois that the adult noth could fly into the state regard- ess of quarantine inspection regu- ations. He advocated development f control measures to use "when nd if, due to favoring weather con- itions. the population of the borer may build up to the danger point." iow a Rural Teacher Gets to School Told OSAGE--Here's one rural school :acher's version of the recent wea- her. Ruth Mclllnay, who teaches :_the Warden school north of town aid: "For two weeks I went to chool on horseback; then for two eeks I went on skis and now I im- gine for two weeks I'll have to ade or swim." Infant Daughter Buried. KANAWHA _ Funeral services were held Tuesday afternoon for Ruee Jean, infant daughter of Mr and Mrs. Harold Morgan of Britt Short services were held at the home of Mr. Morgan's parents, Mr and Mrs. George Morgan in Britt. Burial was made in the Kanawha cemetery. Two Algona Women Fall. ALGONA--Mrs. George Free, Sr., and Miss Edith Reed fell on the icy sidewalks. Mrs. Free is at the Kossuth hospital suffering from a broken hip and Miss Reed fell and broke her right ankle. Both falls happened over the week-end. D. H. 1CNDBEEG AND COMP4XX Players-- Ijt ; n a 3 rd T ot. Wolsnah ............ US Doucherty .......... 109 Bamber..., ......... 133 Schemmer ........... 132 St«phan ............. 128 Actual Pin ....... 645 Handicap ......... 70 122 91 122 130 159 ~624 70 170 99 121 ~633 70 401 · 312 420 301 408 1901 310 Dizzy Dean Arrives for Business, Not for Work MIAMI, Fla., UP)--Dizzy Dean and his unexpected arrival at Eraden- ton was the Cardinals' main topic of conversation as they bussed over to take the boat lor Cuba, Most of the Cards seemed to think "Old Diz" had begun to weaken' on his 540,000 demand but President Sam Breadon merely said he had "other matters on his mind." rlayers- STI'LE SHOPPE 1st 2nd Glen* 10! J3l Fafelnr 122 93 POP 100 100 nor 100 100 Dor. 700 100 Actual Pin* ...... B23 M4 Hanrllenp ......... 41 41 3rd 14.1 135 100 100 100 .158 41 350 3110 300 300 Ifilli 123 Totnl Pins .......... 504 435 ,519 173, Casey Stengel Expects to Have Trouble on New Jobs CLEARWATER, Fla. (--Casey Stengel hasn't had much trouble getting his pitchers into condition but he is expected to have some heavy thinking to do when the infielders report. Advance information is that Vince Sherlock may give Jimmy Jordan some real competition for the second base job and Ben Garaghty may be a serious rival for Lonnie Frey at short. Mrs. Schuyler Funeral to Be Friday in Osage OSAGE--Funeral services will be held at the Methodist church' at 2 o'clock Friday afternoon in charge of the Rev. Frank Court for Mrs. John Schuyler, 75, who died at her home here Wednesday morning after an illness of 2% months. Susanna Richards v/as born Oct. 13 1859, 'near St. Ansgar. On Nov. 17,' 1885, she was married at Lyle, Minn., to John Schuyler who was in the barber business there. Later they moved to St. Ansgar and then to Osage where Mr. Schuyler was in the insurance business more than 30 years. Surviving are her husband and two children, George of Detroit, Mich., and Ruby who teaches in Milwaukee. Wis. Burial will be in the cemetery north of Otranto as soon as the roads are passable. The body will be kept at the Shelledy funeral home. Lovrien of Garner Is in Representative Race GARNER--Clarke E. Lovrien, Garner attorney and justice of the peace, announced his candidacy for representative of this county on the republican ticket. Mr. Lovrien came from Humboldt a little more than a year ago. He opened a law office at Kanawha recently in addition to his office here. About to Complete Moving. NASHUA, (UP)--Three miles of four-mile moving journey were ade by the Julius Heinmiller family this week by sled. The family's worldly goods were'loaded on a sled for the first mile, transferred to a truck for another mile, and then returned to a sled for the last mile OLD-TIME DANCE AVALON BALLROOM Manly, Iowa THURSDAY, MARCH 5 Music By RUBEN WEBER Admission 25c COMING TUESDAY, MARCH 10 AL MENKE Ladies 25c . Gents 50c Crosetti to Be Given New Contract With Legs Okay ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. can- Frank Crosetti, one of the Yankees' dollar a year men, probably will be offered a regular contract before he has spent much time in camp. In his first drill Crosetti stepped around a lively pace and gave every indication that he had fully recovered from the leg injury that put him out of action last season. Townsmen Aid Farmers. LATIMER--A group of about 40 of the Latimer men have for several days assisted the farmers in shoveling open various roads coming into town to make it possible for the far. mers to get to town easier. A Three Days* Cough Is Your Danger Signal No matter how many medicines you have tried for your cough, chest cold or bronchial irritation, you can get relief now with CreomulEion. Serious trouble may be brewing and you cannot aSord to take a chance with anything less than Creomul- Eion, which goes right to the seat of the trouble to aid nature to soothe and heal the inflamed membranes as the germ-laden phlegm is loosened and expelled. Even if other remedies have failed, don't be discouraged, your druggist is authorized to guarantee Creomulsion and fo refund your money if you are not satisfied with results from the very first bottle. Get Creomulsion right now. (AdvJ Now Showing- 2 Ace Features and Serial Your favorite western hero tames the blur o w n w i t h we* tern tac- ics! Bruce Cabot Betty Furness .nchors np: To it with the rnlcs and rejrn- Ifltlnns! I'm In love! "MIDSHIPMAN JACK" u m M SU "MBR ;ACLE RIDER" THE BEST PLACE TO DANCE CANDIDATES OUT FOR GOVERNOR 13 Democrats Want Job i Florida; Other States Have Long Lists. CHICAGO, UP)--A host of cand dates is crowding the political road leading to state governor's man sions. Thirteen democrats want the jo Gov. David Sholtz of Florida rnus relinquish under the law. Eight re publicans seek the post held b democratic Gov. Henry Horner i Illinois. A wide range of issues was ala disclosed in a survey of. the cam paigns to nominate and elect th chief executives of 34 states. Governor Horner has . levelle charges of "bossism" at Mayor Ed ward J. Kelly of Chicago, head o the democratic organization whicf dropped him to support Dr. Herman E. Bundesen in the April primary Horner is campaigning for anothe: term. Old Age Pensions. Elsewhere, old age pensions, pro posals to exempt homesteads from taxation and promises of econom shape up as favorite issues. Dr. F. E. Townsend's $200 a month pension plan figures in th electioneering in Texas, Ohio, Ari zona, Washington, Idaho and Maine The liquor question has cnterec the scene in Arkansas and Nebras ka. A Tennessee candidate proposes a referendum on whether beverages stronger than 5 per cent beer shal be legalized. One of two republicans out for Gov. Alf M. Landon's position in Kansas offers 3.2 beer ia his platform. Nonpartisan Leaguers. Nonpartisan leaguers, comprising a powerful republican faction in North Dakota, are engaged in a tesl cf strength in rival conventions at Bismarck with the comeback efforts of former Governor William Langer he core of the controversy. In March, Minnesota farmer-la- TODAY ONLY MAT: 2:30--EVE. 8:15 ALL SEATS RESERVED Warner Bros, present MAX HEINHAHDT'S Production of A NIGHT'S DREAM 15 famous stars in cast of 1000 GOOD SEATS MAT.--56c--85e EVE--36c--85c--$1.12 (Including Taxes) Phone Boxoffice 1195 WMT German Band For Old and Young FRIDAY26c PER PERSON CARL NEBBE And His Orchestra SATURDAY lie S. S. Tax Included 40e CIGARETTES AT BARGAIN PRICES Biiw.it: FRI. SAT. A SLASHED RIDER! BUSTLERS! MYSTERY! DEATH DEFYIiVG ACTION! «f fairer COMPANION HITS HOLPH -- IN-"DRESSED TO THKILL" Last Chapter "THE ROARING WEST" NEWS Ends Thursday: "Hands Across the Table 1 ' "Here's to Romance" » KIDDIES · Get a Swell Autographed Photo of Buck Jones ® FREE · Friday Matinee or Evening and Saturday Matinee CHAPTER NO. 4 MASON CITY ARMORY Saturday, March 7 THE MASOMANS Kill play Old-Time and Up-to-date selections for any dance you want --Just name it. Big, fine dance floor. Chairs on first floor and hundreds of seats In balcony. Sponsored by American Legion. ONLY 25c FOR DOLLAR'S WORTH OF FUN I Ben Lyon - Joan Marsh Eddie Nugent - Isabel Jewell --in-"Dancing- Feet" --and-The Ace Detective Thriller! "MUSS 'EM UP'' with Preston Foster, Marg. Callahan Coming Saturday: RICHARD ARLEN In Harold Bell Wright's "The Calling of Dan Matthews" _ancl-- Ann Harding Herbert Marshall "The Lady"consents" On the Stage: Sat. Night 10:45 MAJOR MARTIN'S AMATEUR HOUR borites will settle their differences over who should succeed Gov. Floyd B. Olson, who has directed his ambitions toward a seat in the U. S. senate. Lieut. Gov. Harold G. Mosier is out to defeat Marlin L. Davey, the democratic governor of Ohio. The survivor apparently will meet Attorney General John W. Bricker, G. O. P. champion. Anti-Crime Program. Gov. Herbert Lehman of New York claims "powerful interests" are interfering with his anti-crime program, state finances form another possible issue. j Wisconsin field generals maneu-' ver once more for a long-planned coup--a coalition of republicans andj democrats to beat the progressives and Gov. Philip LaFollette. Among the novelty numbers is Dr. Ralph W. McDonald's plan for financing his campaign for nomination by North Carolina democrats. He sells "McDonald for governor bonds" at Jl each to his supporters. Hog Weighs 930 Pounds. CLARKSVILLE -- Oscar Lopcr, local butcher, killed the biggest hog of the season for Peter Ferrichs, recently. The hog was raised by Thomas Shafer and weighed 930 pounds. STARTS SAT. HERE'S THE SHOW THAT YOU MUST NOT MISS! and Ginger ROGERS in The muitcat gtm ocean I With faff/ songs and rousing fonei by S/1NOWCH Wit/1 | / Randolph Scott ?·' Harriet Milliard Astrid Allwyn --Plus- Mickey Mouse Cartoon COMING NEXT WED. and THURS. IT'S GOING TO BE THE GREATEST SHOW COMBINATION WE HAVE EVEU OFFERED! THE BIGGEST ATTRACTION OF THE WEEK! AT BOTH THE PALACE FRI. ONLY ' '« U. i « ffs *i «. FUN AND THRILLS FOR EVERYBODY! A Big Laugh Fest ... gg -, --"$1,000 A MINUTE" 100 ° Smiles! 1000 Howls! Roars! with LEILA HYAMS - A % _. ... . .. **i»^ T

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