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February 10, 1937

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 10

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^^ TEN MASOW CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 10 · 1.Q37 I if 1 I'l ,OBE*GAZETTE S SECTION SHARK SETS UP RAGING RECORD Florida Track Sees Speedy Four Year Old Lower /2 Furlong Time. MIAMI, Fla., (UP)-- Wheatley stable's Snark set a new world's record of 1:15 4-5 for six and a half furlongs in winning the Kendall purse at Hialeah park Tuesday. The fleet-footed Boojum- Helvetfa 4 year old clipped two- Jifths of a second off the mark set by Gallant Knight at Churchill Downs in 1331. Leading -from flagfall to finish, Ihe James- ·Fitzsimmons trained colt, had to.be ridden out by Hilton Dab'son to .withstand . a stout challenge from Calumet Farm's Count i Morse in the stretch, drive He was a length and a half in front of the Reigh Count colt at the finish. Shark, after a full year .of idleness since ending his juvenile campaign in November, 1935, was making his second start as a 4 year old. He was second choice to Count Morse in the formidable field of nine seasoned campaigners and paid ; $G.60 in the $2 straight 'wagering. · In his record-breaking performance, Snark also lowered the local track record by one full second and equaled Whopper's six furlong record enroute. PREPS LOSE TO AUSTIN CAGERS (Continued From Sport Pa*e) opened the third period and Hartman tipped in a rebound after nearly half the period was gone. A tight three-minute defensive session -saw neither team get into shooting range. Bulger's long throw tied the score at 17-17 just as the clock reached the four minute mark. . Gorman untied the knot with a free throw on Hartman's third foul, but both he and Uoug Low missed their throws on a double penalty, and Austin went into the lead as Low drove a pass in to Bulger and the Scarlet forward stood wide open to bucket the ball. The quarter ended while the Mohawks were trying to' bounce in a set o'f rebounds, with the Scarlets ahead 19 to 18. Regain, Lose Lead. r Wood missed, two, free .throws "-after James .had' collared him under the 'east goal, but collected the points that put the Mohawks back into the lead when he dynamited a running, flat' shot into the ring from the backboard to set the score at 20 to 19. It was Low's free throw that tied the count again, as Hepner drew a foul, but Wood dropped in a toss for Mason City as Farnsworth left the game on fouls, to make it 21 to 20. Bulger's perfect free throw, on Fletcher's foul, knotted the score again, and Bondank pushed the Scarlets mto the. lead, 23 to 21, when he dribbled all the way in to poke up a tip-in shot. A rough session produced nothing as Cookman slapped a free throw at the ·backboard to try for a rebound and failed to get it, and the game ended with Austin still in front by two points. Tilden Wins Match in Iowa Exhibition AMES, (TIP)--Big Bill Tilden, national tennis figure, Tuesday night defeated Taroh Satoh, Japanese star, 6-2, 7-5, n an exhibi- ion match at Iowa State college. Martin Plaa, French ace, defeated 'Al Chapin, 6-1, 6-4, and the doubles team of Satoh-Plaa downed Tilden-Chapin, 6-l, 6-4. Johawks Win One JOHAWKS--at · · ft n Batek f " " Colloton t Mndden'c Peterson f Jaroah t ILITTLE MO'KS--21 t[ it pi n IjCooper ( 2 0 OJMajor I n n njchin I 1 I :l]Stocckcr 1 i OJKaufman JLIcni i I 0 n 0 n i n o 0 n 1 o a a [Humphrey (Anderson _ 1 TOTALS I L 2 4JTOTALS 10 1 1 Score by quarters: .1OIIAWKS 30 H 20 2. XITTLE MOHAWKS .. B 10 12 2 Free throws missed: Johawks 5; Little Referee: rhll "Pop" Thurtlo Uoira). St. Joseph's taller Johawks hac loo much experience for the Little Mohawks in the Tuesday preliminary, taking a 24 to 21 contesi after the reserve team had mad a close game out of it in the las period, coming out from under an eight point deficit. Clarksville Cagers Avenge Early Los: CLARKSVILLE --Avenging a previous d e f e a t , ClarksviUe's cagers won a doubleheader from Finchford Tuesday night, the varsity winning 30 to 11 while the second stringers won 23 to 11 Clarksville has won 14 o£ 16 games this season. Columbia Climbs Up Notch in Cage Scrap DUBUQUE, (ff)--Columbia college moved into a tie for third place in the Iowa conference basketball standing by defeating Upper Iowa 34 to 18 here Tuesday night. -' The Duhawks led 18 to 11 at the half. · Paul Tate, .Upper Iowa forward, led the scoring with. 10. points. NEW YORK WINS. NEW YORK, (UP)--The cellar- occupying-New York Americans came from behind to score two goals in the third period and upset the leading Detroit Red Wings, 3 to 2, in a national hockey league game Tuesday night. GERMAN SQUAD TO MAKE TRIPS Davis Cup Team to Travel Through U, S. in Huge Tennis Program. BERLIN, (UP)--The German Davis cup team will tour the United States late this summer, Baron Gottfried von Cramm, No. 1 man in German tennis, told the United Press Wednesday. The.team was to have made such a tour last year but it was canceled after von Cramm became ill during the all-England tournament at Wimbledon. Von Cramm said the,plan was for his team lo engage in a heavy schedule this year. It will participate in the Butler cup tourney on the Riviera, and- then play in the Egyptian tourney, returning immediately to Germany to practice for European zone Davis cup ties. After cup play, and the all- England are concluded, the players would leave for New York, and probably would continue on to Japan. · Von Cramm regards Germany as having won a lucky spot in the European zone Davis cup draw, and feels that "our team, which is as good as it was last year and maybe better, should win the European zone final and maybe the interzone against either Australia or the United States." He pointed out that Germany drew a first round bye and that Austria and Italy, prospective future opponents, should not be difficult foes. Lonerock Wins and Loses Cage Tussles WHITTEMORE -- Whittemore's girls, paced by Imogene Wagner who scored 25 points Tuesday night, won from Lonerock 54 to 24. Lonerock's boys evened the night's score by winning from the Whittemore boys 37 to 24. lagle Grove Winner and Loser in Games EAGLE GHOVE--Eagle Grove's agers won and lost a game Tues- lay night, both by one point margins. The Goldfield varsity edge^ out a 34 to 33 victory in the fea- ure game while tho Goldfield subs were nosed out.18 to 17 in he supporting attraction. Belmond Wins Pair of Games at Dows D O W S -- Belmond swarnped Dows 56 to 18 Tuesday night and in the preliminary game the Belmond second team won from llie Dows subs by an 18 to 1 score. Lime Springs Court Teams Win in Tests LIME SPRINGS--Lime Springs' girls won from Wykoff, Minn., girls 5G to 13 Tuesday night and the Lime Springs boys made it a clean sweep for the evening by outscoring the Wykoff boys 32 to 13. Alta Vista High Has Win in Elma Tussle ALTA VISTA--Alta Vista high cagers defeated Elma Tuesday night 44 to 23. Orville Joachim scored six field goals and Elroy Webb five field goals for Alta Vista. Elwood, a guard, lookec best for Elma, scoring four field goals. The Elma seconds won 15 to 7. Ice Hockey By UNITED PRESS NATIONAL LEAGUE Montreal Maroons £t Jloston Bruins 0. Ncu- York Ranker* rt; Toronto f. yew York American* 3l Detroit '.'. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Kansas City 1; WIcMla 0. Drainage Camp Officers Attend Clarion Session C L A RI O N -- Representatives from all CCC drainage camps of Iowa, including a commanding officer, camp superintendent, and two engineers from each camp were present Monday evening ai a 6:30 o'clock dinner held at Hotel Moore. Others attending were John G. Button of Milwaukee, Wis., district engineer, and C. C. Gordon of Des Moines, state educational adviser. Following a dinner a musica' program was presented by members of the local camp and a round table discussion was held. Visitors From Boilc. LAT1MER--Mr. and Mrs. Pau Nesby and son of near Bode were recent visitors at the T. C. Johnson home. Lincoln--The Name Is Widespread Throughout U, S. One hundred twenty-eight years ago Abraham Lincoln, sixteenth president of the United States was born. Many cities pay homage to (he Great Emancipator--27 of them, each named Lincoln, mark Feb. 12 in a special way. The map' shows where the 27 Lincolns are situated. In,, Indiana there is a Lincoln and a Lincoln City. It is near Lincoln City that Lincoln's mother, Nancy Hanks Lincoln, is burled and near which Lincoln passed his formative years. FIRE DESTROYS SCHOOLHOUSE School Children Go Out in Fire Drill, Then See Flames. ACKLEY--Fire, thought to have been originated by a defective chimney, destroyed the 40 x 60 rame schoolhouse at Robertson Tuesday. Miss Lucile McCoy o£ Iowa Falls, the teacher on the upper floor, realized theve was omething wrong and gave the fire alarm for drill in which all the children left.the building without knowing that a real fire was the cause at the drill until they were outside. They procured their vraps before the fire had gained nuch headway. All the books, kindergarten equipment, piano and seats on the oiver floor were saved as well as most of the upper floor books and hings. The seats and some books on the .upper floor were destroyed vith the building, also storm-windows, used for the first time, all newly put on this winter. The building was newly repainted inside and out before school opened last fall. Miss Mayme Rosenatock, Iowa Falls, was teacher on the lower floor. The board of directors, Mrs. George Heffelmeier, Earl Hughes and George Strahorn, held a meeting Tuesday evening but have not come to a full decision as to the rebuilding and how soon, but feu] that work will begin in the spring when arrangements are fully completed. For the present they plan to procure a vacant house in which tq resume School. The building, ''which was erected almost 35 years ago, was insured for 53,700. There were 32 pupils enrolled in the school. Several Parties in Charles City Held CHARLES CITY--The special days in February are being ob- erved with many parties before Lent. The Women's Relief Corps planned for its annual colonial arty in the G. A. R. hail. The lirthdays of Washington and Lin- oln will be honored at this affair o be held Feb. 20. Two card clubs which met Men- lay night used the Valentine motif. Vtrs. Stella McFarland and Mrs. atherine Tift entertained their club at dinner at the McFarland lome after which contract was )layed. Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Schaef- ir. entertained five tables of five lundred at their home, 208 Ninth venue. The women in the biologic .epartment of Dr. Salsbury Laboratories surprised Mi's. Cora Boyd n her new home on Hulin street. A decorated cake was the feature of the midnight lunch. A Valentine party was enjoyed :y Circle number three of the Saptist' church Wednesday afternoon. Mothers of Washington school children will join in an informal party in the lunch room of :he school building Thursday afternoon from 2:00 to 4:00. There will be a Valentine box for the children. U. S. Judge Approves Bankruptcy Petition of Brewing Company DES MOINES, (/P)--Federal Judge Charles A. Dewey approved the federal bankruptcy petition of the Pointer Brewing company, of Clinton, and appointed Marcus C. Maegerlein of Clinton temporary trustee in bankruptcy. Icy Highways Cause of 2 Car Accident; EMMETSBURG--Icy highways were blamed for two accidents. Mrs, H. H. Nichols of Spencer was recovering Tuesday from severe head cuts and bruises incurred when a car driven by hei husband collided with the real end of a slow-moving car driven by ,1. Jensvold o£ near Cylinder. Shortly before the collision, the Nichols machine had skidded into the ditch and upset near Fort Dodge. J. T. Riday of Winnetka, 111. escaped injury Monday afternoon 5 miles west of Emmetsburg on highway 18 when he skidded from the road to avoid striking a car ahead. Riday's car, a 1937 Chevrolet sedan, landed upside-down in a ditch and he was unable to exticate himself until passing motorists freed him. Unhurt, Riday discovered that even his eye glasses which he wore remainec in place without breaking. In Belmond Hatchery. GOLDFIELD--Gilbert L. Henry who formerly operated a dairy here and hns been employed in that line of business the pnst several months at Algona, resigned his position to accept the position as manager o£ the Slromberg hatchery at .Belmond. Charles City News Founders' Observance Is Announced by P. T. A. CHARLES CITY--Founders' day is being observed by the Parent- Teacher associations this month. Thursday evening at the regular meeting of McKinley P. T. A. the program will center around the theme. The past presidents' party was held Monday evening in the St. Charles hotel when the P. T. A. council and past presidents had dinner after which a program of readings and music was presented by a group of high school students. Selections by a flute quartet and girls' sextet under the direction of Lottie Craig were enjoyed. Richard Huber and Keith Noah each gave a reading. Mrs. Coburn Chapler, president oC the P. T. A. council, presided and welcomed the new presidents. Covers were arranged for 42 persons at a table decorated in red, white and blue. WOMAN DIES ATNORTHWOOD 'uneral Services for Wife , of Merchant to Be Thursday. N O R T H WOOD--Mrs. Otto Reinke, 59, wife of a Northwood nerchant, died suddenly of heart disease at 11:15 o'clock Tuesday evening. Although she had suf- ered a heart weakness, she was apparently in good health until tricken. Brief funeral services will be leld Thursday at the home and he body taken to Fairfax, Minn., her former home, where funeral services will be held at the M. E. church with the Rev. Mr. Rains in charge. Burial will be at Fairfax. Surviving are her husband and one son, Carl Reinke, instructor at the Faribault school. The family had resided in Northwood less than a year. ZASTROW GIVES ADDRESS CHARLES CITY--Ralph Zastrow talked on wills, contracts mortgages and investments at the meeting of the business women's department of the Women's club held in the First M. E. church Monday evening. He gave examples of how women could avoid losses and anxiety by informing themselves on these questions. Charles City Briefs CHARLES CITY--Marriage li censes were issued to Thoma^ Raymond Smith of Charles City and Dorothy Mae Scholl of Rudd and to Wilhelm Goecken and Dorothy P. Ingersoll, both of Charles City. ' · David Ainsworth has accepted a position with the Dr. Salsbury Laboratories in the advertising and sales department. He has beei a resident of Charles City before when he worked for the Hart- Parr company. Mrs. Ainsworth is the former Elizabeth Anderson o this city. Ml". Ainsworth has recently been employed in Minneapolis. Mr. ;md Mrs. B. F. Welch anc Ray Sheets nrc attending the convention of the Iowa Hardwan Dealers in DCS Moincs. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Gilmer an arents of a daughter born in the Cedar Valley hospital. Betty Christensen, daughter of Vlr. and Mrs. John Christensen, had a major operation in the hospital., Mrs. Fred Bluhm also had a major operation. Mrs. Frank Nies is visiting her daughter, Mrs. W. H. Schrampfer, 'n Ames and attending the pro- fram of the Farm-Home week at .ovia State college. Crystal Creamery to Hold Annual Session CRYSTAL LAKE--The Crystal Creamery company will hold the annual meeting Saturday, Feb. 13, at the auxiliary hall. The Ladies' aid of the Methodist church will serve the dinner at noon in the church basement to all the patrons and their wives and cream haulers. The meeting will follow the dinner. The yearly report will be given by the secretary. Alberta Matson. Peter Hansen is the president and Horace Schenck is the buttermaker. The Ladies' aid will also present a program in the afternoon. MOVIE PARADE By D. B. K. "IIOMEO AND JULIET" IS TRANSFORMED TO SCREEN "Romeo and Juliet," written by William Shakespeare more than 300 years ago, will be brought to the Cecil theater screen for two e n g a g e m e n t s Thursday in spec i a l roadshow Eilmings w h i c h ; t a r N o r m a 'Shearer as Juliet and Leslie How, _ard as Romeo. :? ):| This was one *|o£ the last pictures ever produced by the late Norma bhearcr Irving: G. Thal- uerg, young Hollywood genius ci-edited with successes such as "The Barretts of Wimpole Street," "Smilin 1 Through" and "Mutiny on the Bounty." In the supporting cast of the screen version of this age old romance are John Barrymore as the oawdy, roistering Mercutio; Edna May Oliver as Juliet's n u r s e ; Basil Rathbone as Tybalt; Reginald D e n n y as Benvolio; C. Aubrey Smith as L o r d Capulct;__ Howard Kolker as Friar Laurence; Anfly Devine as Peter; Conway Tearle as the Prince of Verona, and many other characters. The matinee show begins at 3:45 Thursday and the night performance will start at 8:30. * * * Paul Muni has been signed to co-star with Miriam Hopkins In RKO Radio's "Escadrille," a dramatic story of World war aviation . . . Fred Perry, newest addition to the film colony, is the possessor of some 2,000 tennis trophies . . . Is Bing's face red? The popular Crosby, who now has a stable of several horses, was very chagrined to learn the other day that one of his nags, a long shot which paid the heart hardy souls who placed bets on it $160 to S3, won a race, and Bing didn't even have a bet on the horse . . . Spencer Tracy is another of the film stars who have stables and touts his two year olfl filly, "April Lass," as the winner oE her next Santa. Anita canter , . . Gene Fowler has written a musical with an Ara.blan background, "All Baba, Goes to Town," with Eddie Cantor the probable star of the picture. "Heel, Hot and Beautiful," a stage revue featuring several acts and Earl Straine's six piece orchestra, opened a two day booking at the Palace Wednesday. Film support on the program is "Coun- u) *D «D *P *P *p *D *D T O N I G H T IS THE BIG NIGHT TWO BIG FIRST RUN FEATURES! Fresh from a. Turkish Harem comes Harcm-Scarum Lupe LUPE VELEZ "The Morals of Marcus" Ian Hunter - Adrianne Allen The amorous adventures of playboys and gay girls'. FAITH BALDWIN'S "AUGUST WEEK-END" with Valeric Hobson, G. P. Huntley, Jr., Paul Harvey, ·Betty Compson -NOW- Through Thursday ·In Person 7 ACTS--17 PEOPLE re "Red Hot and Beautiful", THE DELOVELY REVUE Everything That Goes to Make a Grand Show! Mirth! Music! Pretty Girls! NO ADVANCE IN PRICES On the Screen: "Counterfeit Lady" Free--To the Ladies--Free ROSES OF SHARON DINNERWARE and BAKEWARE Every Wednesday, Thursday Plan .Now lo Build an Entire Set! A Different Piece Given Each Gift Night Show! eTeit Lady," a melodramatic of- ering featuring Ralph Bellamy, loan Perry, Douglass Dumbrille nd George McKay. o c * Nimble Fred Aslalre will play "A'crnon Castle" in a film bioK- raphy of the man who made ballroom dancing what U Is today. RKO-Raillo has purchased rights from Bits. Irene Castle McLaughlin, former · wife and partner of the dancing war avi- MOVIE MENU CECIL--"One In a Million" ends Wednesday. PALACE--"C ounlerteit Lady" on screen, "Red, Hot and Beautiful" on stage through Thursday. STRAND--"A Man Betrayed" and "Wedding Present" through Thursday. STATE--"Morals of Marcus" a n d "August Week-End" through Thursday. L A K E -- ( C l e a r L a k e ) -"Stowaway" through Thursday. ator, and she will also collaborate on the story and serve as , technical adviser . . . While no feminine lead has been selected It Is thought improbable Ginger Rogers will do the part, and Radio may again attempt to lure Adcle Astalre (Lady Cavendish) to Hollywood . . . Unlversal's new trademark, to replace the NOW and THURSDAY She Sings and Speaks Chinese SHIRLEY TEMPLE --in-"STOWAWAY" with Alice Faye-Robert Young- Regular Prices 10c-2Gc Students Ific OLD-TIME D A N C E KELLY'S HARP ORCHESTRA 26c -- FRIDAY -- 40c RIDE THE BUS M. C. - C. L. LINE Take regular schedule bus to Clear Lake and return to Mason City on Special Bus leaving Surf at 1:00. LEO TERRY'S SWING BAND SATURDAY ancient plane circling (he globe is all set to go, but \von't be released until March; John Harkrider, art director, designed H, but moguls think U should he Inaugurated with one of the film factory's better efforts. They're holding for Doris Nolan's musical "Top of the Town." School Closed 3 Days, HANSELL.-- School has been closed for the last three days on account of bad weather. New Cecil ENDS WED. NIGHT COMING FRIDAY ONLY "Mind Your Own Business" With CHARLES RUGGLES Starts SATURDAY ma TMi With. G E O R G E B R E N T BEVERLY ROBERTS BARTON MacLANE ROSCOE ATES EL BRENDEL THIS IS WEDNESDAY COUNTRY STORE NITE VISIT OUR BIG BARGAIN STORE IT'S SMART TO SAVE "WEDDING PRESENT' --with-JOAN BENNETT GARY GRANT GEO. BANCROFT CONRAD NAGEL B A R G A I N S 'A MAN ,BETRAYED" --with-EDDIE NUGENT KAY HUGHES LLOYD HUGHES JOHN WRAY North Iowa's Best Theatre Road Show Engagement ONE DAY ONLY -- THURSDAY, FEB. 11 Matinee at 3:45 for Benefit of Students Evening Performance 8:30 AN ENTERTAINMENT EVENT FOR THE AGESl Beyond a Doubt--The Greatest Thrill Ever to Come From The Screen.' N O R M A SHEARER In William Stiahetpeare'a- wi'th J O H N B A R R Y M O R E BASIL RATHBONE · ANDY DEVINE) You've heard about it for months! You've read abou it everywhere! It'i all true. This is the greatest lovi drama, the mightiest entertainment of our time... Here are thrills, suspense to spur the pulse... tender romance to charm the heart... beauty to fill the eye ..; in a picture tucK AS the world has never known. PRICES Mofinee -- 56c - 85e Evening -- 56c - 85c - $1.12 ALL SEATS RESERVED POSITIVELY NO FREE LIST MAIL ORDERS ACCEPTED! Phone 401 for Reservations Scats Held until time of Performance m W '··1C 1

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