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TJ5N MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 1 Â· 1937 E-GAZETTE CHARLES CITY NEWS YOUNGER ACES SHARE IN LEAD Kathi-yn Hemphill Has New Place as Favorite for Biltmore Tourney. CORAL GABLES; Fia., (UP)-Three young golfers are leading contenders in the annual Miami Biltmore women's championship opening Tuesday. Fresh from victory in the Charlotte Harbor championship of champions at Punta Gorda, Kathryn Hemphill oÂ£ Columbia, S. Car., North and South Carolina women's titleholder, was top favorite. Miss Hemphill defeated Patty Berg of Minneapolis to win the Charlotte Harbor. . Miss Berg will be defending hev .Biltmore title she won last year in a hot final match with Marion Miley, the dark-haired Kentucky lass whose play has shown steady improvement. , The Misses Berg, Hemphill and Miley shared support in pre- tourney predictions. John Henry May Be Next for joey Test NEW YOHK, (UP) -- Miquc Malloy, promoter at the Dexter park pavilion in Chicago, has signed light heavyweight champion, John Henry Lewis, to fight 10 rounds on March 3 against the best heavyweight available--pref- erablyJoe Louis. Madison Square Garden released Lewis' services to Malloy for this non-title fight. Malloy said he has offered Joe Louis $50,000 to meet Lewis, Vines Beats Perry to Stretch Margin MIAMI .BEACH, Fla., (UP)-Ellsworth Vines of California Sunday increased his lead over Fred Perry of Great Britain in their professional tennis series, defeating the English star 5-7, 7-5, 6-4, in the first outdoor match of their tour. The match, which gave Vines an B to 5 lead over Perry, was witnessed by 2,500. Huskers Play Kansas in Top Game of Card KANSAS .CITY, (fl?}--Nebraska and Kansas meet Tuesday night at Lawrence in the highlight Big Six basketball game of the week. The game is one of three on the conference card. Kansas also meets Iowa State and Missouri plays Oklahoma. A defeat by Kansas would virtually kill the Huskers championship hopes as they already have lost to Oklahoma. Kansas is undefeated in its three starts. Gassers Take Second in Bowling Standings ALGONA--Completing another week's play in the Kossuth county bowling league at Algona, the Court House Rats continued in the lead by a margin of five games. Phillips 66'team stepped to second place replacing the Flowers, who came in second last week. The Farmers team also dropped from third to fourth place this week. The team standings are as follows: .MS W Court House "Ci 10 Phillips tfff ' 2 1 12 Flowers ....*.. -0 18 .550 Cottce Shop i..... ia is .M5 farmer s .....'... 1R 17 . W T Fearless Five IK \K .500 Imvcrnt .....,.,..,;.... ~ 29 .104 Kurt , -,.v.i..-..".. 6 '21 .1GS GOPHERS WIN FOUR MINNEAPOLIS, (/P) -- Iowa State Teachers ' college. wrestlers lost to the University of Minnesota, 28% to 9Vt here Saturday night. It was the fourth straight .victory lor the Gophers. Y The Morning AfferTaking Carters Little Liver Pills Budge, Grant Scrap for Chance to Meet MIAMI BEACH, Fla., (UP)-Don Budge and Bryan M. "Bitsy" Grant -began play in the Surf club tennis tournament which may give the red-headed Californian a chance to avenge two winter, defeats at the hands of the tennis tinymite. Budge, ranked first nationally, is seeded first in the Surf club tournament. Grant is seeded No. 2, Charles Harris of West Palm Beach No. 3 and Arthur Hendrix of Lakeland, Fla., No. 4. St. Paul Star Wins Midwest Ski Event ST. PAUL, Minn. (UP)--Sverre Fredheim, Olympic ski star from St. Paul, outclassed a field of 125 here Sunday, to win the midwest class A ski championship with a total of 150.6 points. A crowd of 30,000 watched the meet. Fredheim's longest jump, the best of the day, was 141 feet, breaking the Mounds Park slide record by three feet. Green Bay Wins in Bear Playoff Game LOS'ANGELES, up)--Ernie Smith, giant tackle, booted a fielc goal from the 35 yard line in the final 30 seconds of play Sunday to give the Green Bay Packers a 17 to 14 victory over their National league professional football rivals, the Chicago Bears. The game, held at Gtlmore stadium, wss a playoff of the -20-20 deadlock between the teams lasl week. RED WINGS WIN BOSTON, (UP) -- The Kildrea brothers--Heck- and Wally--combined to give the division-leading Detroit Red Wings a 2 to 1 victory over Bostons Bruins Sunday in a fast national league hockey game before 15,000. MAROONS WIN CHICAGO, (UP) -- The Montreal Maroons Sunday night defeated the Chicago Blackhawks, 2 to 1, in a national league hockey game witnessed by 10,000. fans The victory was the fifth consecutive time the Maroons have beaten the Hawks. AFTER ALL There's Nothing Like Good BUTTER Butter adds fo food a quality flavor which is naturaf and which cannot be imitated. Butter is a superior food. It is o fat of low melting point which is favorable to ease and completeness of digestion. It is rich in vitamin A. Two ounces of butter per person each day will furnish practically the entire day's need of this vitamin. BUTTER MAKES GOOD FOOD TASTE BETTER Iowa State Brand Creameries, Inc. SIXTY-FIVE NORTH IOWA CREAMERIES CO-OPERATING ikaters Snip Record Times to Win Winter Carnival Blade Race ST. PAUL, Minn., (UP)--Dor- tljy Franey, St. Paul, defending enior women's champion, and Byon M,oe, Minneapolis, an inter- nediate bladester, Sunday divided onovs in the first events of the brth American Indoor Skating nampionships here. Moe, who topped his field by coring 60 points, broke two north American records, setting a new nark of 20.8 in the 220 and one of :21 in the 880. Miss Franey Expected to be ressed sharply by Maddie Horn, eaver Dam, Wis., former cham- ion who was forced out ot the 936 event by injuries, scored two rsts to lead the senior women 'ith 60 points. NORTH IOWANS HELP VICTIMS Contributions Continue to Flood Many Area Points. From _ ALGONA--At a special meeting unday afternoon with the various hairmen of the Kossuth county ed Cross chapters held at the 'resbyterian church, it was esti- lated that a little more than $4,400 ad been raised in Kossuth county or the flood relief sufferers. The drive had been in progress a little iver five days and will not be nmpleted for at least another veek. An all day session was held n the Chamber of Commerce ol- 'ices Monday with Hed Cross of- icials. Several special ways ol Â·aising money in Algona the week end proved successful. The clothing drive headed by !aii Pettit was successful and an inormous amount was collected However, a call from the heart of he flood district, stated it needed money for serum worse than cloth- ng at present and until furthei notice, not to ship. The clothing is eing stored at the Bryant schoo: building with Miss Bbnnstetter, chool nurse, in charge. U. C. T, DISTRICT SESSION HELD Several Talks Are Heard as Travelers Meet at Charles City. Â· CHARLES CITY-- 'Waterloo, lason City and Charles City were 11 largely represented at a dis- rict meeting of the* United Commercial Travelers and -their aux- iary at the new St. Charles otel here. The affair opened vith a dinner and toast program nd an evening of cards followed. After a welcome by Mayor Ira icofield, there 'were brief talks iy Mrs. Bernard Feeney of Charles City, grand sentinel of he -. women's auxiliary; Ted Humeston of Waterloo, grand listrict deputy; F. B. BalUhan, lason City, grand executive com- nitteeman, and E. G. Pullen, Wa- erloo, grand sentinel. ' Jack Burnett and Earl Hall ot Vlason City discussed matters erlaining to highway salety. Mr. Jail outlined the legislative program recommended" by the Iowa ~itate Safety council, headed by iim, and Mr. Burnett included in u's talk a tribute to the charac- ei" and work of the late Mrs. Alex Vliller. W. G. Stone of-Mason City, dis- rict director, was in charge of he program. John Buckman of Shades City, past senior councilor, headed up local arrangements. Mr. and Mrs. Hoy Wright vere special guests of the even- ng. Mr. Wright is proprietor of the newly opened Hotel St. Charles. Sent From Worth. NORTHWOOD -- Besidenfs of Sforthwood and vicinity had sub- cribed more than $300 to the Hed Cross flood relief fund Saturday in addition to $200 subscribe*! by the Silver Lake ' township rural Rec Cross group 'and school subscrip- ions which brought the total for the north part : o f ' "Worth" county over the 5600-mark in addition to sums i-aised In the other eigh :ownships. Local subscriptions vere mainly personal donations with a few groups contributing in eluding the Grove township Farm Bureau $25, and gifts from ?5 to "15 by the American Legion, Legion Auxiliary,, D. A. R., church ?roups and .others, indicating the vide personal interest in the pro- Send Money, Clothing. CRESCO--Howard county chap- er of the American Red Cross hab sent a total of ?607, as more than double its quota, to the headquar- :ers at St Louis for the flood re- let, and there is approximate!} ?200 more in sight from this county, according to statement by thi chapter treasurer, W.'H. Tillson. The chapter chairman, the Rev A. D. Phelps of Cresco also stated that nine large boxes of clothing weighing 1,700 pounds, and value at approximately 51,000, wer shipped by freight to St. .Louis transportation furnished by railway companies. There arc three more boxes being filled in the office of Sheriff A. T. Peder ;on. Forwarded From Hancock GARNER--A total of $655 ha: been forwarded from the east sidi organization of the Red Cross fo Hancock county for flood relief The amount trebles the quota wit] only Garner and Klemme re sorted. Goodell, Hayfield and Miller had not reported Saturday Herbert Ollenberg, treasurer, said $GG8 From Rockford. ROCKFORD--A successful Hed Cross drive to aid the flood vic- time was completed here Saturday under the direction oÂ£ Mrs. C. E. Bruce, local Red Cross chairman and Dr. R. A. Knight, president of the Rockford Commercial club, assisted by representatives of the rural school districts of Rockford and Ulster townships. The total collected was $666.86. Add to Relief Fund. CHAPIN--The Red Cross relief fund here has collected $72.50. The Chapin school is also collecting a fund and there wil be more contributions gathered and sent from here during this week. The Missionary Sunday school class of the M. E. church is gathering clothing to be sent to the flood area. From Palo Alto. EMMETSBURG -- Pain A l t o county has contributed .$2,200 in cash to th'e Red Cross flood relief delve, exceeding its quota by approximately $1,500, local Red Cross officials said here Sunday. Additional contributions are expected this week. The Purity Dairy company will donate all its cash receipts from the sale of milk and cream Wednesday and other groups have promised cash donations. $525 Is Dispatched. SWEA CITY--Swea City raised $525 for. Red Cross flood relief up to late Saturday. Sent (o Flood Victims. KLEMME--Mrs. George Lowhorn, chairman of the Klemme Red Cross, mailed a check to the flood relief for $170.95. She was assisted in the drive by Mrs. Henry Galbreth and Mrs. A. H. Dulmes. ; - ' - . - Â· Jlrs.' Anna White, Mrs. Catherne Kilby and Mrs. Alden Maltry, vho all live in California. Sam Tgiros opened a new beer ;arden at 223 North Main street n the building vacated by the Gladstone grocery. He leased the tuilding from Ellis and Ellis, Inc. Miss Marion Belzman, daughter if Frank Belzman, 505 Ninth avenue, and James Leary, son of Mr. nd Mrs. Tom Leary, 408 Seventh venue, were married Saturday in he chapel of the Immaculate Con- eption academy by Monsignor W. Con very. They will make their lome in Charles City. ' Mrs. D. B. Rhinesmith is con- ined to her home with a sprained nkle received when she fell in ront of the Dr. W. L. Klinetop No Damages Awarded in Fatal Accident CHARLES CITY -- The' jury brought in a verdict for the defendants, Louis and Bertha Blunt of Rudd, late Saturday night. The case tried before Judge T. A Beardmore was brought by George Millard, administrator of the estate of .William Millard, against Mr and Mrs. Blunt for the death ol Mr. Millard in which he askec damages of $5,000. Mr. Millard, 86 was killed Nov. 16, 1935,-when a car driven by Mrs. Blunt struck Mr. Millard and caused'his death There were no eye witnesses to the accident. Judge Beardmore concluded the January term of court here Saturday and went to Mason City Monday morning to attend to cour matters. Bassett Farmer's Rites to Be Held Wednesday CHARLES CITY--John G. Ashley, 79, died Sunday afternoon a his home two miles'north of Bas sett from diabetes. The body is a the Hauser funeral home and arrangements have been made for the funeral to be held Wednesday at 2 p. m. in the Congregationa church in Bassett. Burial will be in Mount Carroll cemetery. Mr Ashley is survived by four sons John, Ralph, Ray and Floyd. They are all farmers and live in-the vicinity of Bassett. Mrs. W. -J. Murphy esidence. Mr. and vent to St, Paul to' attend "the ce Carnival. Dr. J. M. Walters officiated at ervices in the Starr home for the aged yesterday afternoon. The W. H. Darrah family has moved from 207 West Clark street o Davenport, where Dr. Darrah's new headquarters are located. The Al Trusty family of Nashua moved nto the house vacated by the 3arrahs. Mr. Trusty succeeded Vfr. Darrah as salesman in this erritory for the National Biscuit company. Mrs. W. B. King oÂ£ Gladbrook s recovering from an operation at the home of her niece, Mrs. A. Â·". Kober, Mrs. King's son, Leo, las recently been transferred 'rom Huntingdon, Va., to Can- adaugui, N. Y. where he is inspector 'of a veterans' hospital. lis family was to remain in Hunt- ngton until the end of the school /ear and were caught in the flood. Mr. King spent several anxious days trying to learn if they were safe and finally a message came through by radio they were out of danger. MOVIE By D. B. K. GARNER, CLEAR LAKE JOIN MOVIE MEMORIES CONTEST . Beginning this week out-of- town entries in Movie Memories contest will have an added incentive in that the Avery theater at Garner and the Lake theater, have joined in the sponsorship of this contest and hereafter will issue complimentary tickets to those entries in their vicinity winning in this contest. Now to return to last week's contest, in which Winnie Lightner was the Miss ? ? ?. It seems that Miss Liehtner may have been out of the public eye for a lew years but is not forgotten, for just as in last week's contest, the majority of those entering correctly identified Miss Lightner. A few dissenters said she was Betty ComiHon, wife of Jimmy AValker, and several misspelled her name. M. II.: You left no return address on your winning entry. Among the out-of-town ^entries in this last contest were* those Instructions Given at Decorah by Fred Stover DECORAH--A school of instruction was held Friday for the GO members and 20 alternates of the Winneshiek county agricultural committee. The school was in charge of Fred Stover of Rockwell. Members of the agricultural committee for. 1937 are: Leo Herald, Ft. Atkinson, county chairman; C. M. Langland, Highland, vice chairman; Olvin C. Hovden, Lincoln, member; E. J. Weigle, county agent, secretary; Emick Ellickson, treasurer. Decorah township, Bloom Hurt in Auto Collision at Hampton HAMPTON--Ross Bloom suffered a cracked rib and cuts and bruises on his head Friday evening when the Ford V8 he was driving and a Ford coupe driven by Russell Birdsall collided at the intersection of First avenue and Second street northeast. Both cars were badly damaged. The drivers were unable to stop because of icy pavement. The neutrality law won't work in a real crisis. Did you ever see an American who was neutra: about a dollar?--Kcwanee Star- Courier. Dr. Dana Preaches. CHARLES CITY--Dr. Malcolm Dana, professor at the Yale uni versity div'inity school, who is vis iting his wife here, preached Sun day morning in the Congrogationa church for Dr. E. W. Huelstei regular pastor who is confined to his home with a serious illness. Dr. Huelster has been at the Mayo clinic at Rochester on two occasions since Christmas, He officiated the communion service a week ago but was unable to attend the meeting of the Congregational churchmen last Thursday evening. ' J El E a R 1AK F.i 1O WA'r~;i TUESDAY ONLY SHOWING THIS WEEK CECIL--"Champagne Waltz" ends Monday. "Stolen Holiday" through Thursday. "General Spanky" Friday. "One'ln a Million" starts Saturday. PALACE--''One Way Passage" and "Arizona Mahoney" ends Monday. "East Meets West" and "Wanted: Jane Turner" through Thursday. "General Spanky'' Friday. "More Than a Secretary" and "JunsJe Princess" starts Saturday. STATE--"Anthony Adverse" and "They Met in a Taxi" through Tuesday.' "Killer at Large" and "Catherine the Great" through Thursday. "Isle of Fury" and "Stampede" through Saturday. STRAND -- "Ramona" and "Straight From the Shoulder" through Tuesday. "Bulldop Edition" and "Wives Never Know" through Thursday. "Crooked Trail" and "15 -Maiden Lane" through Saturday. LAKE--(Clear Lake)--"Cain and Mabol" ends ' Monday. "Banjo On My Knee" Tuesday. "Three Smart Girls" through Thursday. "Mad Holiday" and Â·Riff Raff" through Saturday. from Clear Lake, Greene, Nor Springs, Forest City, Sheffield Dougherty, Charles City, Joice Rockwell, Hiceville and Osage, * * v "CHAMPAGNE WALTZ" "Champagne Waltz," ut the Cecil through Monday, has a lot of everything It takes to make an excellent picture. It lias good music, wit, beauty and Saucing, and doesn't emphasize any one at the expense of the others. Gladys Swarthouf, combining voice and looks, is teamed with Fred MacMurray in the leads. A fine cast includes Jack O.ikic, Vcloz and Yolanfla (the dancers), Herman Ring- (he of D A N C E Avolon Ballroom Manly, Iowa TUESDAY, FEB. 2 Music by CARL NEBBE Ladies 35c Gents 50c the rolling r's) Vlvienne Osborne, Bennie Baker, Frank Forest and Ernest Cossart. 'Champagne Waltz" Is built around the gaiety and charm of Vienna. MacMurray, an American "swing" band leader, captivates the city with the new type o[ music, playing havoc with flic famous old Waltz palace of the Slrausses. He.'meets and falls in love with Miss Swarth- oiit, who !s Hie grand daughtcr- of the musical director of the palace but doesn't dare reveal his true identity. His success forces the Waltz palace out of business and when Miss Swarthout finds out who lie really Is and what he lias done, she breaks with him. Remorseful, . MacMurray returns to America. Miss Swarthout and her grandfather come to America where they open a Waltz palace along- modern lines which becomes a sensational success. You can guess how it coihes out. * * ' * KAY FRANCIS, CLAUDE KAINS IN CECIL FILM: Co-starred in "Stolen Holiday," vhich opens at the Cecil Tuesday -,are .Kay Francis imd Claude Rains jwhile in lesser |r o 1 e s are Ian JHunter, A l i s o n Sktpworfh, Alexander D'Arcy anc others. Some may recognize the plot o "Stolen Holiday' as the m o v i e counterpart o the corrupt high finance episod' jwhich occurrec months ago in ance. althougl the movie-makers disclaim anj actual basis for this intriguing cinema. At any rate, it should prove in teresting if only because of the es tablished place in the cinemati world of the two leading charac ters. * * . * PALACE REVIEWS Large crowds greeted the return of Kay Francis and William Powell in "One Way Fas- sage" at the Palace theater over the week-end. This picture, which will run through Monday, except perhaps for a last year's gown or two, will meet the approval of the most modern movie sophisticates. With a great story of two lovers who face oncoming doom with such magnificence, these two do some superb acting. They portray the strange idyll of Joan Ames and Dan Har- dcsty, who, first glimpse each, other in a Hong Kong cafe antl later meet on a liner hound fur San Francisco, the first on the . brink of death from HI health and the other facing the gallows. And then--well, see the picture yourself for you'il like K. Also showing at the Palace is Joe Cook, comedian extraordinary, in Zane, Grey's "Arizona Mahoney," with the customary laughs, * * * George Arllss heads the cast ol :he romantic and political story, 'East Meets West," which begins Tuesday at the Palace. Arliss por- Irsys Â· the role of the Rajah ol Rungay in a tale which has to do with the struggle between east and west for power in the Indian country. On the same program is "Wanted: Jane Turner," an interesting and lively crime film. Lee Tracy makes his screen c o m e b a c k i n "Wanted: J.a n e Turner," w h i l e Gloria Stuart has t h e feminine lead. Tracy is c a s t as a postal inspector o n t h e trail of a gang responsible f o r the holdup of a mail truck and the death of its driver. v * * That conglomeration of fun, drama and entertainment is replete in "Banjo On My Knee," a tale of the shanty-boaters who live flown south, on the Mississippi river. Barbara Stan- wyck, Joel McCrca and Waller Brennan are three outstanding characters in an excellently balanced cast. "Banjo On 'My Knee" plays at Clear Lake's Lake theater Tuesday only. "People laugh less after 40." Well, by that time the jokesmiths are resurrecting the ones they heard 20 years ago.--Davenport Times. COMNG ONE DAY ONLY THURS. FEB. 11 Rood Show Engagement 2 SHOWS Matinee at 3:45 lor Benefit of Schools EVENING SHOW AT 8:30 N O R M A Â·L E S L I r SHEARER-HOWARD with JOHN B A4? R Y M OR E A N D B R I L L I A N T C A S T Mail Orders Now Accepted--Tickets Go on Sale Friday, Feb. 5th Positively no Free List Pittcp? ^S iicr. Charles City Briefs CHARLES CITY-- Funeral services were held Monday afternoon at the Grossman funeral home for ing by "BANJO ON MY KNEE" \vith BARBARA STANWYCK JOEL McCREA Matinee 2:30 OLD-TIME DANCE THURSDAY, FEB. 4 Music by ART'S N1GHTHAWKS Admission 25c Last Times Monday--"Cain and Mabel," with Clark Gable, Marion Davies. MAT. 16c EVE. 21 c and Straight From WEDNESDAY Leroy Jordan, 65, who died Saturday in the county home follow- long illness. He is survived IT TOPS THEM ALL THE STRAND THEATER OFFERS YOU BARGAIN SHOWS EVERY DAY OF THE WEEK I, 0. O. F. HAUL MASON CITY Wednesday, Feb. 3 ART'S N1GHTHAWKS STARTS TUESDAY For Odd Fellows, Rebekahs and Invited Guests First at Popular Prices! Last Showing In Mason City! "ANTHONY ADVERSE" Witll L E E T R A C Y GLORIA S T U A R T ~ ALSO GEORGE ARLISS IN Olivia Dcllavillanil And--Octavus Roy Cohen's grandest, * goof test yarn! East Meets West" ENDS MONDAY WLLIAM POWELI, Â·ONE WAY PASSAGF.' and 'ARIZONA MAJIONEi; C H E S T E R M O R M S ENDS MONDAY Jack Oakie Fred MacMurray Gladys Swarthout in "CHAMPAGNE WALTZ" TONITE (MONDAY) 'At'11:15 P. M. is our FLOOD BENEFIT SHOW ' All Seats 50c Screen--"Rose Marie" C . a niH^BH I -9i I 4 ft B^^Hl^H t J ; THE NEW CECIL OFFERS ANOTHER SWELL SHOW STARTS TUES Another Portrayal to Acclaim! A triangle that rocked a nation!. Scandal! Swindle! I A N H U N T E R CLAUDE RAINS ALISON SKIPWORTH --PLUS-NICK LUCAS AND HIS BAND TWO LITTLE PUPS" CARTOON IN COLOR NEWS SCENES OF THE OHIO RIVER FLOOD STARTS SATURDAY--"ONE TNT A MILLION" COMING--"THE GREAT O'M ALLEY"--"GOD'S" COUNTRY AND THE WOMAN"--"LAST OF MRS. CHENEY!