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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 13

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FOURTEEN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 4 ·§ 1937 ·GAZETTE SPORTS S NO ACTION FOR FIGHT IS MADE All Hands Marking Time as Free-for-All Feud Is on Over Braddock. NEW YORK, W--What started out as a proposal for a Jim Braddock-Joe Louis h e a v y w e i g h t championship fight in Chicago, looked very much like a frce-loi- all feud between- promoters and managers of the principals Thursday, while all hands marked time on the proposition. In New York, Madison Square Garden Promoter Jimmy Johnston and Braddoclv's manager, Joe Gould, long have been in the name-calling stage. Now, "in Chicago, Lewis' managers have taken to berating Mike Jacobs, who promotes the Brown Bomber's battles. Meantime, the $500,000 offer from Sheldon Clark, Chicago spr. tsman, for Braddock to defend his crown against Louis at Soldiers' field in June was waiting for signatures. Gould was due in Chicago some time this week, as . he explained, to sign the papers, but Jacobs, who has Louis under contract, planned a more waiting game. Gould was scheduled to ask the New York state athletic commission Wednesday for return of the 55,000 forfeit Braddock posted as evidence of his intention to 'fight -Max Schmeling for the championship in Madison Square Garden's bowl on June 3. The shrewd pilot' of the titleholder did not appear, however, and left everyone guessing as to his intentions. Purdue Looks Back on Twin Cage Loss CHICAGO, (/?)--For the first time in. a long while Purdue's Boilermakers looked back on two consecutive basketball defeats. The co-defenders with Indiana of the Big Ten title who dropped a one point decision to Illinois nearly three weeks ago in their last previous' start, took a 47 to 40 beating from Notre Dame's rejuvenated Irish at South Bend Wednesday night. Notre Dame held Jewell Young, Purdue's Big Ten individual scoring leader, to eight points while its own star, Johnny Moir, led the victorious attack with 15 points. Marion Miley, Lexington, Ky., won a lopsided 9 and 8 score from Mrs. Jake L. Hamon of Dallas Tex. Budge, Grant to Be Opponents Again in Florida Court Meet MIAMI BEACH, Fla;, (UP)-Donald Budge, America's No. 1 net star, flashed his finest form this season to down Walter Senior, a fellow Californian, and move into the semifinals of the second annual Surf club tennis tournament. The score was 8-G 6-4. v / Budge's semifinals opponent ..'ill be Arthur Hendrix, Lakeland, Fla., who moved into' th? round of four with a 6-1, G-3 triumph over Dr. Eugene McAuliff, Chicago. Bryan -M. (Bitsy) Grant, of Atlanta, favored to meet Budge in the title round in their third match of the winter circuit, appeared recovering from the head cold that handicapped his game this week. He eliminated Elwood Cooke of Los Angeles, 6-4, .6-1, Tenold Again Heads . Butter Association As the Flood Waters Recede--Scene in Louisville NORTHWOOD--AH officers and directors were re-elected for the ensuing year at the annual meeting of the Farmers Butter - and Cheese association held here, those named being' J. A. Tenold, president; Reuben Rustad, vice president A. L. Linter, secretary; C. L. Bolender,- treasurer; F. H. Siebrecht, Gayhart Gabriel, Wil Mielle, C. S. Severson and Leonard Spilde, directors. About 300 farmers and businessmen were at the lunch served in the Odd Fellows hall prior to the business meeting. O. K. Starve, secretary, and-Assistant Manager Christiansen of the Iowa State Brand Creameries, Inc., Mason City, were the speakers at the meetings. Butter manufactured totaled 325,000 pounds and sales for the year totaled $104,448.38 as shown by the annual report of the company. View of debris and receding flood waters in Louisville business district r ^ f !E 7 l ! a ! h ,°f t h e £1 °°d--debris. This is a view of Fifth and Main streets, in Louisville's river- · front district, taken as the water receded. There's work to be done here Wins i n Easy Opening Test CORAL GABLES, Fla., (UP) -Patty Berg, of Minneapolis, Wednesday scored an easy 5 and 3 triumph over Mrs. Freeda Nolan oE New Castle, Pa., in the first round of her defense of the Miami Biltmore women's title. All favorites had smooth sailing. Kathryn Hemphills, Columbia, 'S. Car., defeated Kathryn Bragaw, Orange, N. J., 4 and 3. Wild Boar Hunt Is Described for Club R 9 C K W ELL^--The regular meeting of the Hod and Gun club was held at the I. O. O. F. hall Wednesday evening. A feature was an address by Lou Russell, professional trap shooter who gave a vivid review of a wild boar hunt on Santa Cruz Island off the coast of Long Beach, Cal. Jack Stevens, conservation officer and other sports enthusiasts .were present at the meeting. Local club members and friends of the organization greeted the speakers of the eve- ' ning with a capacity house. Roy ' Pohle is president of the club. Grade Orchestra to Give Concert Friday Over Station KGlO An all city grade school orchestra, under the direction of W. A, Storer, will broadcast a short concert at 4:45 o'clock Friday afternoon from KGLO. There are 2o players in the orchestra, which will broadcast by remote control from the music hall. The program will include: March, "Morton high school" Townsend-Pyle Medley o£ Folk Tunes , . AIT. by Maddy Intermezzo from "L'Arlesi- enne Suite" Bizet March, "Winner" Storer "A Perfect Day" ·.. . Carrie Jacobs Bond Here's Simple Way to Ease a Cold Two Bayer Aspirin Tablets--A Full Glass of Water-That's All The modern way to ease a cold is this: Two Bayer Aspirin tablets the moment you feel a. cold coming on. Then repeat, if necessary, according to instructions in the bos. At the same time, if you have a sore, throat, crush and dissolve three BAYER tablets in one-third glass of water. And gargle with this mixture twice. The Bayer Aspirin you take internally will act to combat fever, and pains which usually accompany colds. The gargle will act as a medicinal gargle to provide, almost instant relief from rawness and pain, It is really marvelous; for it acts like . a local anesthetic on the irri- tatcd membrane of your throat. Try this way. Your doctor, we know, will endorse it. For it is a quick, effective means of combating a cold. Ask for Bayer Aspirin by the full name at your druggist's-- not for "aspirin" alone. IS** FOR A DOZEN 2 FULL D O Z E N FOR 25c VIRTUALLY le A TABLET Gerdes Named Head of Woden Creamery WODEN--Stockholders of the Woden Farmers creamery held held their annual meeting. Directors elected were C. A. Bird, Paul Schmidt, John W. Boyken and James Fitzpatrick. Frank Brunner of Nora Springs was the speaker at the meeting. The newly-elected directors held their meeting Tuesday and elected George T. Gerdes, president, and John Buns, vice president. Ted Trulson was reelected buttermaker and Harold Missman, secretary. Visitor From Minneapolis. SHEFFIELD -- Mrs. Mabel Haecker, Minneapolis, is a guest in the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Johnston this week. Attend Winter Carnival. GARNER--Mrs. Charles Marks and Miss Mary Nevin left Tuesday lor St. Paul to attend the winteV carnival. They will be guests of their brother, C. D. Greenough, during their stay. From Spirit Lake. L O N E R O C K -- The Edwin Hawks family and Charles Hawks, all of Spirit Lake,'spent Tuesday and Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Kate Hawks. Mrs. Bush Hostess. CORW1TH--Mrs. Fred Bush entertained the Monday fJight Bridge club at:! a dinner party. High score was awarded to Mrs. J. W. Duckett. Plan Benefit Friday. CLARION--The Business and Professional Women's club will sponsor a benefit card party Friday night at Hotel Moore. The proceeds will be donated to the flood relief funds. Real Estate Transfers Buckman, Minnie and husband to Emma D. Shannon $1.00 QCD L 28 in C. H. Day's sub of NW'/i SW/i 3-96-20, and L 22 in C. H. Day's sub of NIA of SW'/i SWVi 3-96-20. April 15, 1935. Eldridge, Charles W., and wife to Bankers Life company $1.00 W',-j SEVi and E'A SWVi and SWVi SW'/i 2-37-19. Jan. 2, 1937. Crane, C. F. and wife and L. L. Hill and wife to Nelle M. Hansen §1.00 NWJy V 2 of lots 9 and 10 in B 8, Oakwood Park Add. Dec. 31, 1936. Bull, Ruth M., and husband and J. D. McGhee to Leon McGhee 51.00 an und 1.3 ·' of S% SW frl 'A (except railroad r. w.); and SW'A SE% and part of NW Irl % SWVt of Sec. 6; and NW frl % (except railroad r. w.) of Sec. 7, all in 95-19. Dec. 28, 1936. Jenkins, Anna Muhlstein and husband to Margaret Muhlstein 51.00 QCD S'A NW"/i the W'A E'/. SW'/i; and W 1 /. SW'/i 19-05-20. Jan. 2G, 1937. Schallcnger, Mis. Katie, lo LOG Roberts $1.00 L 14 B 8 in East Park Place Add, Mason City. Jan. II, 1937. ,1 FINISHED FLOORS HAVE CHARACTER Many Materials . Manufactured to Improve Interiors of Homes The finished floors of a house are most important to its general appearance and therefore should be given serious consideration. There are many materials from which to choose, and each has its virtues. The difficult thing is to be. sure the finish selected is appropriate not only to. the use of the room in which it is to be put- but also to the cost of the balance of the finish of the room. Obviously an expensive, random width teak-wood plank flooring would be out of place in a simple room of- an inexpensive house, and a flat-grained narrow flooring of cheap · wood would spoil a handsomely paneled and elaborately furnished room. Consistency in selecting the materials to be used is essential to a properly balanced house. Many materials are being used now in countless ways for flooring;-linoleum, once confined to the kitchen, has made its bow as a floor covering in the living rooms and bedrooms of well-appointed houses; composition materials of various types in the form of tiles also are used; even brick has made its way into the halls and living rooms of houses with success. But all- the materials, both the new as well as the more conventional ones, must be used with judgment and a sense of their fitness for each particular room. Gullickson Funeral Is Held at Ridgeway RIDGEWAY--Funeral services for Theodore Gullickson, who died at his home early Tuesday after an illness of 27 days, were held at the home and at the Lincoln Lutheran church- Thursday afternoon with the Rev. M. B. Quill officiating. He is survived by his widow, five daughters, Mrs. Anton J. Brekke, Mrs. Ole J. Brekke, both of West Fargo, N. Dak., Mrs. Orlando T. Sime of Ridgeway, Bessie of Charles City and Ruby at home, five grandchildren, Muriel, Donold Wayne and Doris Jean, children of Mr. and Mrs. Anton Brekke, and Ethel Frances and Alan Theodore, children of Mr. and Mrs. Ole Brekke, one brother Alfred Gullickson of Cartwright, N. Dak., and two sisters, Miss Julia Gullickson and Mrs. C. A. Jacobson, both of Alexander, N Dak. · Lighting Helpful in Merchandising Goods Modern merchants have discovered that the adequate lighting ot their" establishments is essential for successful merchandising results. Through its means the entire sales area of the store may be utilized, and increased sales with consequent profits should result. Private financial institutions approved by the Federal Housing administration advance insured credit for the installation of modern wiring with supplementary fixtures. Badly Worn Floors Should Be Replaced . Old, worn-out wood floors are hardly worth the care they require to keep them looking reasonably presentable. When they have reached the stage where there are badly worn depressions in front of doorways, or where the grain has begun to splinter, or when the cracks between the boards are so wide they cannot be decently "illed, then a new floor should be aid. The new wood floors may be jsed as the finish or as the base for lineoleums or various types of composition tiles. Go to Minneapolis. MANLY--Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Hovell accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Jake Douglas on a trip to Minneapolis. NOHTH JOWA'S BEST THEATRE vHHP ENDS THURS. KAY FRANCIS in "STOLEN HOLIDAY" At last! It is coming to townt The really one big- show; STARTS Honored at Shower. K A N A W H A -- Mrs. A. S. Thoreson, worthy matron o'f the Eastern Star, was hostess at a miscellaneous shower for Mrs. Jrville Fabcr, nee Mildred Judd. Guests at the shower were officers of the Eastern Star in which Mrs. Faber is associate matron. Visitors Prom Iowa City LATIMER--Mr. and Mrs. Walter Beyer of Iowa City visited her mother, Mrs. Martha Christensen. OLD TIME DANCE 26c FRIDAY 10c ART'S NIGHT HAWKS ·' t_ SATURDAY BENNETT-GRETEN TUESDAY Another Special Dance for Couples Only Note- Reserved Seats Go on Sale- Friday, February 5th, /or "ROMEO AND JULIET" Ma(. 5Cc-8Sc Eve. 56c-85c-S1.12 MOVIE PARADE By D. B. K. "GENERAL SPANK*" TO PLAY CECIL, PALACE w For the kids, 'Hal Roach has presented a full length "O u r Gang" picture entitled "General Spariky," and booked at the Cecil and Palace Friday. Spanky Me- Farland, "A 1 f a 1 f a" Switzer, "Buckwheat" Thomas and the rest of the gang are the chief characters in "General Spanky," and adult roles are capably handled by Phillips Holmes, Ralph Morgan, Irvlns Plchel, Louise Beavers and others. Primarily a comedy the story concerns the battle between the north and the confederacy in Civil SHOWING THIS WEEK CECIL--"S t o I e n Holiday" through Thursday. "General Spanky" Friday. "One in a Million" starts Saturday. PALACE--"East Meets West" and "Wanted: Jane Turner" through Thursday. "General Spanky" Friday. "More Than a Secretary" and "Jungle Princess" starts Saturday. STATE--"Killer at Larse" and Catherine the Great" throusrh Thursday. "Isle of Fury" and "Stampede" through Saturday. STRAND -- "Bulldog Edition" and "Wives Never Know" through Thursday. "Crooked Trail" and "15 Maiden Lane" through Saturday.' LAKE -- (Clear Lake) -"Three Smart Girls" through Thursday. "Mad Holiday" and "Riff Raff" through Saturday. war time. The subject, still a touchy one down south, is said to be handled in good taste, leaving no reason for offense to either the north or south. Appeal: Largely to the juvenile trade. c * e Harriet Hoelor, ballerina who lias been signed by RKO-Ka- flio to match leaps and postures with Fred Astaire and Gmeer Rogers in their latest picture, once attended school at Rockford when her parents--a vaudeville team--were stranded at the small town near Mason City in 1921 . . . So says AI Mitchell, G.-G. sports ed, who should know, for he is an alumnus of Rockfor'rt and went to school with Harriet at that time . . . She was that same ballerina, who topped the ballet sequence in "The Great Zieirfeld." . . . 1921--stranded in Rockford: 1937--tops in the movie business. . . . What a difference a few years make . . . Flood waters along the Ohio am! Mississippi rivers bring anxiety to half a dozen fllmstcrs who luivc relatives In the danger zone . , , They include Robert Mmitgom- ery, Robert Woolsey and Porter Hall, whose relatives live In Cincinnati, Irene Duuiie and Phil Huston, whose homes are in Louisville, Ky., and Louise Dresser, who hails from Evansville, Ind. . . . It Is reported that Darryl Zanuck will sign Gypsy Rose Lee, but if she strip-teases In pictures it will be over the dead bodies of Joe Breen and WHI Hays, e a xj Action fans will find plenty of it in Peter B. Kyne's "Stampede," a first run western starring Charles Starrett. Plenty of action is supplemented by the stereotyped western menu, with all scores settled and love triumphant. Humphry Bogart, Donald Woods and Margaret Lindsay arc the eternal triangle in "Isle of Fury," South Seas tale which is the second feature on the Friday- Saturday program at the State. Also playing will ' be "Custer's Last Stand." r~ * * *' "Riff Raff," a virile yarn starring Spencer Tracy, Jean Harlow and featuring the villainous Joseph CaHcia, plays at the Lake theater at Clear Lake Friday and Saturday, together with "Mad Holiday," with Edmund Lowe. * * * Coming to the Palace theater Wednesday and Thursday is the j stage show "Red, Hot and Beautiful," which has in its retinue six acts and Earle Strayne's orchestra. . . . Watch the Movie Parade for more detailed information on this revue, t * 'o "15 Maiden Lane," a jewelry theft story featuring Claire Trevor and Cesar Romero, 'and "Crooked Trail 1 ' Comprise the double feature to be shown at the Strand Friday and Saturday, ENDS THURSDAY "East Meets West" "Wanted: Jane Turner" ·ALAC STARTS SATURDAY | 2 BIG FEATURES J "Jungle Princess" Tarzan--ruler of wild beasts -- i n d t h e h e a r t s ot men. Jean Arthur Geo. Brent --COMING-WILL ROGERS "DR. BULL" BIG BARGAIN SHOW FOUR GREAT UNITS Johnny Mack Brown --in-"THE CROOKED TRAIL" The million dollar diamond gone! -"15 MAIDEN LANE" with CLAIRE TREVOR CESAR ROMERO "ACE DRUMMOND" NEWS KIDDIES BIG GIFT MATINEE SATURDAY . ENDS THURSDAY "WIVES NEVER KNOW" f "BULLDOG DRUMIMOND" Mild winter: Nature saving it up so she can crack down on us along about the first of March.-Dubuque Telegraph-Herald. . Friday - Saturday 2 FEATURES--16e "RIFF RAFF" with JEAN HARLOW SPENCER TRACY Pius "MAD HOLIDAY" Ends Thursday-"Three Smart Girls" "Love on the Run" Starts Sun. Condition Is Improving. TITONKA--Mrs. B. A. Pannkuk who has been critically ill lor several weeks is improving. 51 FA 1 3 "KILLEU AT LARGE" and "CATHERINE THE GREAT" FRIDAY and SATURDAY Mammoth Triple Program General Custsr, Buffalo BUI, Wild 1)111 lllekok. silting Bull, Calamity Jane . . . you've read about them in history books . . . see them Uve and breathe in WILLIAM f A R N U U MIX J A C K MUIHALL LONA A W P « E « E E O H O W E S N A N C Y C A S W E L L IOIIY N E L S O N J O S E F S W I C l A t D ·AWJISS reooucnoit THE GREATEST SCREEN EPIC OF THE WEST S1XCE "THE COV- EHEI) WAGON" AND "CIMARRO.S" i And--For More THRILLS! CHARLES STARRBTT in Teter B. Kyne's 'STAMPEDE' Anil-- A Thrllllnr Slory South Sea Atlvenlure' BOGAIIT DONALD WOODS MARGARET LINDSAY in "Isle of Fury" On the State: Thursday Nlclit KGLO-SUIc Theatre TALENT QUEST Alt Kiddies Under Twelve Be · nt the Theatre in Person lo Cast Your Voiei $ Friday Night--Tlay SCHEENO $ Special! Saturday KIDDIES' MATINEE ONE 1IOUII OF L A U G H S C O M E D I E S - CARTOONS! IS THE GALA DAY AT BOTH THE NEW CECIL and PALACE HERE'S A TREAT FOR EVERY MAN, WOMAN and CHILD! Seventy minutes of grand enjoyment in this charminc love story or the Old Sou til, with Spanky, who has given you many amusing moments in "Our Gang" comedies! "GENERAL SPANKY" with Spanky IVIacFarland Phillips Holmes - Ralph Morgan Rosina Lawrence Don't Miss This Sensational Program, As It is a Big One! Attend the Matinee MATINEE PRICES 26C U N T I L 5 P. M; WED.-THURS. FEB. 10-11 IN PERSON The Delovely Revue Red Hot and Beautiful" 7--BIG ACTS--7 16--ARTISTS--16 .1 OWEN SISTERS RADIO ARTISTS JOHNNY SANNA--DANCER RUDY AND EVANS LAFFS, STEPS and NOTES ROY BECKER--COMEDIAN BILL TALENT--JUGGLER LORETTA ROOKS CO. ACROBATIC NOVELTIES EARL STRAINE'S ORCII. ON THE SCREEN--"COUNTERFEIT LADY" ATTENTION LADIES!--ATTENTION LADIES! ' Here is Your Opportunity to Be the Proud Owner of a Beautiful ROSES OF SHARON DINNERWARE SET! At Absolutely No Cost lo You--Merely Attend the Palace Theater Regularly on , LADIES' GIFT NIGHTS KVEKY \VUD. THURS.--STARTING FK1!. in-11 Take Home a Different Piece Each Evcniiiff Until you Have a Complete Set! TS -~^f,*rtm?"3 Hi*- i'^'^2j'??l'iet$isi'i.'\''-!'·.''.!-?." ^^/aiwwfe^xji^saiijjmS W rasa«v-'i

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