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TEN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH 11 193G BE-GAZETTE SPORTS GUBS TAKE IOWA CATHOLIC HONOR Dubuque Academy Wins Title for Second Year; First Time in History. FORT DODGE, tff) -- Columbia academy Wednesday took the Iowa Catholic high school basketball championship trophy back to Dubuque for the second straight year. Columbia, after starting poorly, rallied to down St. Patrick's of Iowa City 37 to 20. in the championship contest here Tuesday night. It was the first time in history that the same team won the title two years in a row. St. Francis of Council Bluffs defeated Dowling of Des Moines, 33 to 22. in the consolation game. The victory avenged St. Francis' defeat in the finals of the Des Moines diocese meet. The tournament directors awarded the 1937 tournament to Des Moines. The Rev. Leo Gannon of Des Moines was chosen chairman of the state board of control of the Iowa Catholic high school athletic association, succeeding the Rev. George O'Brine of Humboldt Ace Team of Hoosier Iron Men to Threaten Michigan Rule of Western Contests CHICAGO, (JPi--A new band of Indiana "iron men," speedsters iver the middle distance routes, may end Michigan's reign over Big Ten ndoor track affairs Saturday night in the University of Chicago field- louse. Henry Brocksmith, a great miler and two-miler; Charles Hornbostel, leet half mile and mile star, and .van Fuqua, holder of the indoor conference quarter mile record, spread their talents over four races to give the Hoosiers the 1932 and .933 indoor titles. This year, headed y Don Lash. Indiana has a bigger and possibly better array ready :or the twenty-sixth annual meet. MICK HAS HAPPY DREAM OF THIRD Tigers Getting Ready to Go After Flag, Simmons Is Looking Like Star. By EDDIE BlllETZ Associated Press Sports Writer TAMPA, Fla, (5 1 )--Mickey Cochrane is tickled pink with the way Al Simmons is looking over at Lakeland, where the Tigers are getting ready for their,third straight. Mickey wishes someone would tell him how he's going to keep Rudy York, the Beaumont infielder, out of the regular lineup . . . Rudy is knocking the ball a mile and a half, and on e of those good old Atco, Ga., country miles, at that . .'. even Simmons stops to look when the youngster takes his cut. * * * Most of the big shot women golfers are over around Belleair . . · Bill Brandt, who beats the torn toms for the National league, baa opened headquarters here . . . President Ford Frick is due from the coast Sunday to give the boys the once over . . '. at St. Pete the other night they were talking- about fast ball pitchers . . . Joe McCarthy surprised by saying Grover Cleveland Alexander, in bis prime, was the fastest he ever saw. Mark Roth, Yankee secretary, was arguing with a rookie over an expense account . . . "Why, a glass of beer costs 30 cents on the train" said the rookie . . . "You shouldn't drink beer," replied Mark. . "What, not even Colonel Eup- pert's?" asked the youngster . . . Mark didn't have an answer for that one and paid the kid. off. * * * California continues to lead in producing big league ball players . . . of the 225 listed in the new "Who's Who in Baseball," 22 come from California . . . Illinois and Texas are next with 18 each, followed by New York with 15, North Carolina with 13 and Oklahoma and Ohio with 11 each . . . Pennsylvania contributes 10 and New Jersey, Louisiana and Massachusetts are represented by eight each. ODDS HEAVY FOR TEAM TO FALTER (Continued From Page 9) Groth, and two sophomores, Albin Perau and Victor Holm. There's bad blood between St. Ansgar and Mason City. It centers around the 36 to 22 beating that the Mohawks, gave nearly the same Saint squad in the sectional tournament of a year ago. That defeat caused enough feeling, carried over to this season, so that two protests have already been made by the visiting team. St. Ansgar requested a transfer from the Mason City tournament to the New Hampton sectional meet F. J. Moore. New Hampton superintendent and member of the Iowa high school athletic board, refused the request, explaining the impossibility of changing assignments once they have been made. Refuse Broxvn Advice. St. Ansgar further protested to George Brown, secretary of the Iowa High School Athletic association, against the use of Mason City residents as timers and scorekeepers. In a letter to local schoolmen, Secretary Brown said he felt a change was advisable, and that out- of-town officials should hold all the positions. The advisory request was flatly turned down by Mason City high school on Tuesday. GAME BODY CUTS OFF ICE ANGLING Winter Fishing No Longer Legal in Most North Iowa Waters. DES MOINES, LB--Winter fishing is no longer legal in most north- em Iowa lakes. The state conservation commission Tuesday withdrew its earlier order permitting fishing in order to save the lives of fish endangered by lack of oxygen. The commission said ice on the lakes is now melting, making winter fishing dangerous, and the emergency which prompted the earlier order no longer exists. Lakes affected were: East Okohoji from the narrows to the fish hatcheries; Swan Lake, Dickinson county; Lost Island Lake, Clay and Palo Alto counties; Medium Lake, Palo Alto county; Cornelia Lake, Wright county; Black Hawk, Sac county; North Twin, Calhoun county; Morse, Wright county; Mud Lake, Iowa Lake and Tuttle Lake in Emmet county; Big e in Allamakee county; Lower Pine Lake in Hardin and Storm Jake in Buena Vista county. Bowling Scores Flayei . Knlllmnn .. . Fait J,. Ewnson . . . 1. Lindsay T. JIacUcmald . Actual Pins . Handicap TOTAL PINS . Players-. JJesomery . . W. Odcll T. Krnmbholz C. \VWtney . . . B. Bey Actual Pins DECKER'S OFFICE 1st 2nd 3rd 363 128 , 112 . 766 . 102 154 158 153 158 SOL 102 ITS 301 117 Ul Id. Av. 517 173 MS 180 .198 166 894 2461 102 308 SliS a03 A^'K CO. 1st 2nd . 131 174 159 156 . 1(19 198 171 212 189 1C7 996 S707 922 3rd I BO 202 199 173 159 Tit. Av. 4B3 154 517 172 566 189 819 Handicap . -- . . . 51 TOTAL PINS 907 51 899 21555 51 153 870 958 850 2778 926 STANDARD OIL CO. Players-- 1st 2nd 3rd H. K Payne 154 149 160 W. Kern 161 170 116 , 12* 130 . 158 787 102 181 237 166 903 102 To. AT. 463 154 447 149 493 164 594 198 482 161 789 S479 102 306 N. J. Mercians C. B. Holland . \V. Gamble . . . . Actual Pins . Handicap . . . . IOTAL PINS 889 1005 891 2785 523 INTERNATIONAL MOTOR TBDCKS Players-- 1st 2nd 3rd To. AT. F E. Wall 190 207 155 552 184 It" A. \Valkcr 173 152 197 532 174 J. Doe "5 155 155 465 .1. nickinson 15(1 174 145 469 156 j. Do e 155 155 155 465 ' 155 Actual Pins . . . . 823 SJ3 8 0 7 2 1 7 3 824 Handicap 49 43 49 147 TOTAL PIXS S72 852 866 2620 873 STODDABD'S players-- 1st 2nd 3rd To. AT H Kuescl 110 183 Ififl 462 154 Lorlnc '. 124 159 146 429 143 A. Nlckelsun 144 202 195 541 ISO Eslick 138 149 K,5 512 J. C. Stoddard ... 130 149 203 488 Actual Pins . . . . 706 842 884 2432 Handicap 113 113 113 339 IOTAL PINS SU 935 997 2771 BLUMER'S GOLDEN GLOW Players-- 1st 2nd 3rd To. 3 Forte 149 169 173 491 B KraU 158 116 195 529 E. Sheka, 177 146 164 487 C. Bishop 165 130 157 613 E. M. BadclifJe .. 197 142 18S 621 Actual Fins Handicap . . . NEAT FIGHT SEEN IN CLASS B MEET (Continued From ra« 9) PLYMOUTH--It's the first time in years that Plymouth high school hasn't played in the opening game of the sectional tournament. But the Plymouth lads, even without their usual curtain-raising performance, figure to put on quite a show. They lost to Rock Falls in the third round of the invitational tournament, but only by 26 to 23--and Rock Falls had Lee Usher, who joined Mason City junior college's squad for the second semester, in its lineup. Since then, Plymouth has defeated Rock Falls, 24 to 15. Watch for Lester Chehock at center, a North Iowa all-star selection. HANLONTOWN -- Defeated by Klemme, 29 to 26, in the first round of the invitational tournament here; lost to Fertile, 37 to 16, in the first round of the Worth county tournament, but broke even in the Cerro- Worth conference with three wins and three losses, to tie for second place. NORA SPRINGS--A champion! Nora Springs won the Floyd county title last week, defeated the Charles City reserves 20 to 19 in a dingdong battle, earned the decision when Tilden Lorentzen flipped through a pair of free throws in the final seconds. Defeated Floyd, 17 to 14, in the first round, beat Marble Rock, 24 to 13, in the semifinals. Kenneth Kingsbury was a North Iowa all-star selection. Nora Springs was defeated by Goodcll, 48 to 14, in the second round of the invitational tournament here. MARBLE ROCK--Lost to Nora Springs in the Floyd county meet, was defeated by Rockford, 36 to 17, in the consolation game at the same tournament. SWALEDALB--Defeated Rudd in the invitational tournament, 18 to 15; ran up against Goodell and lost by 34 to 21. ROCK FALLS--Won consolation honors in the invitational tournament, defeating Chapin 17 to 16. Lost to Fertile in the semifinals, 29 to 24--but that was with Lee Usher in the lineup. Has lost to Plymouth ince. Johnny Wilkinson, North owa all-star choice, is a good cen- er and offensive guard, Henry ones can score from his guard position. · . OTRANTO--Lost to Woden, 29 to 7, in the first round of the invita- lonal tournament here, lost to St. ^.nsgar, 74 to 8, in the Mitchell ounty tournament. Won from Mc- ntire, 47 to 10, from Orchard, 25 to 2 in consolation games, won sub- onsolation championship by beating Riceville 26 to 15. Vernon Nelson, orward,' was a North Iowa all-star selection. GRAFTON--Championship team if two seasons ago, Grafton's for- unes have been at a lower ebb since. This year's squad, prevented from appearing in the invitational tour- .ament here by snow-filled roads, ost to Northwood, 28. to 10 in Worth county tournament. MITCHELL--A strong season's record back of this entry! The Mitchell cagere have won 15 games and gone without defeat in their regular schedule, although Masoi City used three squads to defeat them in a practice game, 31 to 8 and Osage won a 25 to 23 overtime victory in tie Mitchell county tournament at St. Ansgar. Birchard Bowers, Louis Ahrens, both for wards; George Skuster, center, and Joe Martykan, guard, are seniors. KENSETT--Lost to Chapin, 28 to 25, in the third .round of the invita tio'nal tournament here. Defeated Ventura, 24 to 20, the same meet broke even to tie with Hanlontown in the Cerro-Worth conference race with three wins and three losses George Olsen, forward, was on th North Iowa all-star list. Team los to Northwood, 40 to 25, in thi Worth county tournament, but won consolation honors in the sam- meet, defeating Manly 28 to 24. Central Dutch Win Cage Crown as Luther Pushes Over Peacock Hoopsters . 846 . 17 823 77 871 2*40 77 231 TOTA1. PINS 923 800 948 2771 924 Players- G. Wa'sh F. Boblnson . . A. Sondereaard H. G. rnsch . B. N". -Johnson Arlual Tins . Handicap . . . . TYLER-RYAN 1st 2ml isa 173 157 2ilt 1C4 147 134 !I9 194 180 AT. 178 185 17S 174 . 848 46 !»2S 2702 46 138 BATTLE SCARS. NEW ORLEANS, La.--Three .members of tie Cleveland Indians squad bore marks of an impromptu nine-inning game Tuesday. A line drive dislocated a little finger for Mel Harder; a foul tip split Bob Garbark's right hand; Manager Steve O'Neill limped away after he got a kick on the knee. "The economic storm is over," we are told, but the political winds feem to be increasing in violence.-Burlington, Iowa, Havtkeye Gazette. I night club.--Philadelphia Bulletin TOTAL 1'INS Player?-B. Duncan . . . ,T. Duncan . . . F. Ferman , . . W. Duncan . . . F. Duncan . ^. Actual Pins Handicap . . . TOTAL PINS gfll !72 974 2840 9! KOZV HOB.NEP. ]»( 2nd 3rd To. A 177 141 185 S03 168 143 Ifi" 117 470 157 . . 158 158 182 498 16B . . . . . . 182 13fi 225 543 181 . . . . . 187 170 179 536 847 67 938 2550 B7 201 914 832 1005 2751 91' SEVEN INFEELDERS, PENSACOLA, Fla.--Bill Terry Giants manager, plans to carry seven infielders on bis club this sea son. In addition to four regulars-Terry, Burgess Whitehead, Dick Bartell and Travis Jackson--Sam Leslie is scheduled to hang aroum as sub for the manager and Smokj Joe Martin to fill in for Jackson Mark Koenig probably will get thi utility job. Entertainment Comes High. A savant says we pay more fo entertainment than for protcctior against cold, heat, disease, animals criminals and pain. We gotcha professor--you've been vi?Kinjr SOX MIGHT EASE WAY INTO HONOR Jimmy Dykes Plans to Head Team Again From Old Post at Third. By ROBERT MYERS Associated Press Sports Writer. PASADENA, Cal., ( -- Jimmy Dykes isn't kidding himself or Chicago fans into believing the White Sox will win the American league icnnant this year. "But give us a fair break." he iredicted. "and we're liable to sneak ight in and wind up in the first livision. "It'll be tough going, because you ake Boston, Detroit, St. Louis and tfew York--understand I'm not ticking them to finish in that order --if they get to battling around the op, someone is going to get knocked down, and--." Dykes glanced over a clubhouse of Sox players-"We might sneak in ourselves. It can he done." He is pleased with progress of spring training here, and if he has more than a reasonable amount of confidence in any department it's pitching staff. It's funny, just to show you how things can go in baseball, but last year I figured our pitching was going to be the chief worry. And ook how it turned out. Teddy Lyons came back and won 15 games, Johnny Whitehead, a rookie, won eight straight and finished with 13 to the good. Vernon Kennedy won 11, and the rest of the boys were fine. This year they're all back. Although a little too early to get definite line on the rest of the club, it's certain Dykes will continue to manage affairs from his regu- ar third base position. First base seems a problem, with -·eke Bonura, the New Orleans fur 'magnate," absent from the spring camp pending salary adjustment. Yet Dykes said Bonura's presence now or later is not of "grave iin- jortance." "The Mule," said Dykes, referring to George "Mule" Haas, "looks pretty good at first." IOWA CONFERENCE (Final Standings) W Central 12 Columbia . . . . . . 9 parsons 8 Simpson 8 -a \VeslPyan . 8 Wrsirrn t'nlon I.iiUicr HI. Ambrose . [)ubiiiue Bnena Vista . Penn IF G85 439 415 B2T 602 2.15 iftl) :m 3S8 374 282 535 "It's really a good show," said the arty referred to. "Most of the acts re better than the usual run of audeville, while Jeanette Lee, an ttractive girl with a dandy voice, roves herself as tops. Even though don't care so much, as a rule, for hese balancing stunts and trick crobatics, but the Japanese group i this show make you applaud 'hether or not you are an athletic an." It is safe to say that the picture. It Had to Happen." playing with his stage show Wednesday and 'hursday at the Cecil is worthwhile, f only because of a cast whic'h oasts of the presence of Leo Carillo, dialog artist, and the talented Rosalind Russell, whose performance with William Powell in "Rendezvous" won her well deserved ac- laim. Scoring Aces, Top Guards Are Main Cogs in Honored Team of Big 6 Cage Stars THE BIG SIX BASKETBALL TKAMS First Team Seconrt Tpftm EbUni: F whitaker KanBfiR Nebraska nblqiUst . . . " F , . . . Connc-Iley Nebraska Oklahoma Groves G Noble Kannas State Kansas Kappelman G parsons Kansas Nebraska ralle G .Martin Kansas Oklahoma IITJLITY FLAYERS Forwards--.MIHon Alien, Kansas; -lark Cowen, Iowa State; Allen Burns. Kanja: State; Jack Flcmminff, Iowa State. Center--Herman Nelson, Oklahoma. Guards--Evans Powell, Missouri; Harvey Winman, Nebraska; TorvaW Holmes. In State; Denton Livlncston, Oklahoma; C min Henderson, Missouri. KANSAS CITY, JP--The scoring aces of the Kansas, Nebraska and Kansas State teams, and the two guards who were a major factor in Kansas' undefeated season are welded into the Associated Press 1936 Big Six all-star basketball quintet. Ray Ebling, tall Kansas forward who was conference individual scor ing champion for the third consecu tive year, also was named a for ward on the mythical team for the third straight year. Paired with him is George Wahlquist, high-scorin: Nebraskan rated as one of the bes all-around players in the confer ence. Frank Groves, lanky Kansas State | pivot man, for the second straight year was named all-star center, and Francis Kappelman ' and Fred Pralle, both of Kansas, made a runaway of the race for the guard positions. At Mason City THEATERS B, K. t. f. EEIN' IS SEUEVIJS" Soein' is believin'--but maybe ou'll allow this department to pass n an unsolicited comment made by reasonably appreciative person fho saw the Kit Kat Klub revue ast week-end edar Rapids. when it played in COURTHOUSE IN BREMER VOTED $75,000 Bond Issue Given Approval by Count of 3,066 to 1,630'. WAVERLY -- Bremer county voters Tuesday approved $75,000 in bonds to be used with a 560,750 PWA grant, for construction of a new courthouse, by a vote of Z,066 to 1,630. Bids are called for March 30 and work will begin April 15. CURRENT FEATURES CECIL--Through Thursday, Kit Kat Klub Revue on stage with "It Had to Happen" on the screen. PALACE--Through Thursday, "Exclusive Story" and "Escape From Devil's Island." STRAND--Through Thursday, "Metropolitan" and "Mary Burns, Fugitive." STATE--Wednesday only, "His Family Tree." KBW ROMANTIC TEAM AT PALACE A new romantic team came to he Palace theater Tuesday when Exclusive Story" opened with ^ranchot Tone and Madge Evans leading the cast. And judging from their success ogether, the new team will un- loubtedly be seen many times again. The story itself is a dramatiza- ion of the real-life activities of a York newspaperman, Martin tfooney, who startled the metropolis vith a series of articles exposin; he "numbers" racketeers. He is the writer who recently was °iven a prison sentence for refusing divulge the source of his aston shing information. Michael Fessier, noted scenarist,'wrote the adapta- ion. "Escape From Devil's Island," sharing the same program as "Exclusive Story," features Victor Jory, Norman Foster and Florence Rice. Alan Baxter, new screen sensa- Jon, makes a great start in the 'ilms with his debut in "Mary Burns, Fugitive," a thrilling drama starring Sylvia Sidney. Baxter is ast as a public enemy who is in the ;overnment's "seeded" list. Lawrence Tibbett's latest vehicle, "Metropolitan," is also on the biU which shows through Thursday. Pioneer Who Came to Winneshiek County in Covered Wagon Dead DECORAH--Funeral services for John Warn, S3, one of the pioneer settlers of the county, were arranged at the parlors of the Winneshiek county burial association, and the Freeport church, the Rev. O. Sandbach officiating. Mr. Warn was born in Elkhart, Ind., and was brought to Winneshiek county by his parents when a year old. The trip was made in a covered wagon, a replica of which Mr. Warn carved from wood, several years ago. He was married in 1876 to Miss Mary Anderson. One daughter survives, Mrs. Martin Clausen, with whom he made his home since 1928. Mr. Warn was well known throughout the county for his wood carvings and for the fancy novelties he carved from tin. Two of his most important carvings are the covered wagon, done in detail, and depicting a wagon, two oxen and a pioneer family on their way to new lands. A miniature church, containing hundreds of pieces of wood, carefully put together, is a masterpiece of its kind. Lunch Room Burglary at Algona Is Probed ALGONA--Thieves entered the Tietz lunch room early Tuesday morning and stole many articles. 'he lunch room is owned by Rudolph Tietz who discovered the theft when he opened later Tuesday morning. Entrance was gained hrough a window pried open. Among articles taken were an elec- ric fan, clock and radio, silverware, about $5 worth of merchandise and a small amount of pennies. Officers !eel it is the work of local culprits .hat know the layout and approximate hours night watchmen check "P. _ Suffers Injuries in Fall. CLARKSVUJjE--Newny Fisher 'ell at his farm home east of town Monday afternoon and tore the ligaments loose in his right wrist joint which was partly dislocated. ·TODAY " ONLY JOIN THE FUN IT MAY BE YOU ATTEND OUR MATINEE JAMES BARTON Margaret Caliahan ^ Addison Randall*^' Kullnw him UiroiiEh the mi\d Rlcctinn rinys ^ l^ilish; Vcurll Will your bnllnt! PLUS COMEDV-CARTOOJl NOW SHOWING AS EVERYBODY LOVES HER Sylvia Sidney G u i l t y of aiding the man she l o v a d . . . but he w; -In-FUGITIVE Lawrence Tibbett --In-'METROPOLITAN' With VIRGINIA BRUCE ALICE BRADY CESAR ROMERO TIGERS SEE SCRAP. LAKELAND, Fla.--It looks like a dog fight between Marvin Owen and Recruit Don Ross for the Tigers' third basing job. Owen fielded the spot in hot fashion Tuesday and poled several to far corners of the lot, only to see Ross, who came up from Beaumont, pick up flash chances one after another. PELLA. (-T)--Central college boasted the Iowa conference bas ketball championship Wednesday after the hardest five team fight for the title in the history of the league. ' Coach Len Winters quintet, composed mostly of sophomores, won the championship by defeating Columbia 46 to 37, in the title battle here, while Upper Iowa, another contender, fell before Luther, 27 to 24. The defeat was a bitter blow to Columbia, which has been alternating with Central at the top of the circuit for the last two weeks. The Duhawks would have won the championship had they beaten the Dutchmen last night. Centra! won 12 games and lost five during the season while Columbia won eight and lost four. Plymouth High School Is Winner in Two Cage Tilts NORA SPRINGS--Plymouth high school's basketball teams won two games here from Nora Springs. The local hoys won 40 to 11, while the reserves won 11 to 2. SADDEST WOKDS. WEST PALM BEACH. Fla.--The saddest words to rookies' ears will begin dropping from the lips of Manager Rogers Hornsby of the Browns in a day or two. He has 50 men in camp and feels he cannot give individual attention to veterans and more likely prospects with such a large squad. MUNOO IS OKAY. CLEAR\VATER, Fla.--Van Mungo. who didn't waste much time about coming to terms with the Dodgers after reaching camp, doesn't think the injured finger which gave him so much trouble last year will hamper his pitching this season. "I played a lot of basketball this winter and it didn't hurt me," he commented. TWO ROOKS STICK. AVALON, Cal.--Only two of the rookies, Third Baseman Gene Lillard and Outfielder Johnny Gill, appeared likely · to remain with the Cubs this season, but they were unlikely to get more than occasional action afield. In other words, the Cubs showed slight promise of duplicating their sensational 1935 rookie luck, which played a large part in winning the pennant. On Relief. Maybe the birds will become so accustomed to being frri t h a t Iliry n-ill demand the right tn remain on relief.--Indianapolis Sews. ELVYN DbUGlAS :: THRILL TO THE VOICE OF TIBBETT B,af!room Clear Lake OLDTIME DANCE Kelly's Harp Orchestra FRIDAY 26c FREDDIE MAUCK And His Orchestra SATURDAY They'll Entertain You Alrite Ladies 1 I c Gents 40c BOB SNYDER COMING St. Patrick's, March 17 Ladies 26c Gents 4Gc Carnival Favors Free Co-Op at Aredale Pays 10 Per Cent Dividend AREDALE--The thirtieth annual meeting of the Farmers Co-Operative Incorporated society was held at the town hall Teusday. The audit showed a net gain of J1.035 for the year 1935. A 10 per cent dividend was paid on all stock. In the elec- , tion all officers and directors hold i over, H. C. Ebling, president; vice | president, John Tindall; secretary, \ H. S. Dye; treasurer, A. D. Allen. \ Directors elected for three year ' terms were Lee Cutler, Charles Z i m merman and Henry Fassler. , , . PALACE The Thunderbolt Film Drama of Today "EXCLUSIVE STORY" --ivilh-- FRANC-HOT TONE MADGE EVANS --and-"ESCAPE FROM DEVIL'S ISLAND" -- W ith-- Victor .Tory - Norman Foster Coming Saturday: The Screen's Number One Funny Man HAROLD LLOYD --in-"The Milky Way" --and-"One Way Ticket" with WALTER CONNOLLY ONLY TWO DAYS WED.andTHURS. (TODAY AND TOMORROW) ON ' A combination screen show o stage and hilar- KIT KAT KLUB REVUE Eight Big Acts and Huge Stage Band KMturlns "Thiri. Payne Brothers" "SSSTLi" 11 "- .^MS" - "SSHStS^- AND "KRAZY KATS OF RHYTHM" 4 STAGE SHOWS DAILY · 1:50 - 5:30 - 8:00 - 10:15 ON THE SCREEN -your Sew Hfnrt Throb! Ronnllnd RiuspH, the El" you saiv and raved ubout In "Rendezvous." "IT HAD TO HAPPEN" -- With -GEORGE RAFT ROSALIND RUSSELL -- LEO CARRILLO A R L I N E J U D G E -- ALAN D I N E H A R T THIS BIG SHOW FOR -- MATINEE 26c; EVENING 36c COMING WHAT A DAY FRIDAY, THE 13th !!! THE SAME PROGRAM AT BOTH CECIL AND PALACE "HERE COMES TROUBLE" With I'AlJI. KELLY -- AR1.TXE .IliDf.E THE I'lCTl'RE EVERYONE IS WAITING FOH! THE DIONNE QUINTUPLETS in "THE COUNTRY DOCTOR" Stop at Office or Order by Mail To get a Cerro Gordo county Plat Book, just call at the Globe-Gazette office, or send your check by mail and your order will be filled same day received. This 1936 Plat Book contains a Plat, or drawing, of each of the 16 Townships and each Township is represented on a' page. The owners of all Cerro Gordo county farms, and the exact size of each, the towns, schools, creeks, paved and gravel roads, and the steam and electric railroads are all shown in this up-to-date, easy- to-read Plat Book. The Globe-Gazette has a limited number of -copies of this Plat Book for sale, and if you want one, you should act now. They were made to sell for '$2.50 each but while the present supply lasts you can buy a copy for only Plus 2c Tax The Globe-Gazette also has a very few Franklin county Plat Books for sale. They are similar to the Cerro Gordo county Plat Books and are on sale at the same price, $1.00 each, while they last. m ·mm

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