The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on March 20, 1936 · Page 12
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TWELVE MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH 20 1936 GLOBE-GAZETTE SPORTS DRAKE PLANS 10 GAME SCHEDULE Bulldogs to Meet Team. Representing Five- Conferences. DBS MO1NES, UPl--E. C. Lytton business manager of Drake univer sity, announced Friday a 1936 foot jail schedule of 10 games including tix to be played here. The Bulldogs will play five Misouri Valley conference tilts and wil neet a total of five teams from !owa schools. Other conferences rep- .-csented on the schedule are the Rocky Mountain, the Big Six, the towa and the Midwest. , Four of the games.will be playec at night. The schedule: Sept. 25 -- Simpson at Drake (night). Oct. 2--Coe at Drake' (night). Oct. 9--Central of Pella at Drake Inight). Oct. 18 --- Creighton at Drake Inight). " I " ' Oct. 24--Washington at St. Louis Oct. 31 -- Grinnell -at Grinnell (homecoming). ' . . ' . . . Nov. 7--University of Denver at Drake. Nov. 14 -- Tulsa University at Drake. Nov. 21--Iowa State college at V.mes. Nov. 26--Washburn University a1 ropek'a. Emmetsburg Five and West Bend Win in County Tournament EMMBTSBURG -- Emmetsb u r g beat Rodman 40 to 30 and Wes- Bend nosed out Ayrshire 30 to 27 in the Palo Alto county boys cage tournament Thursday night AT TRAINING CAMPS By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS DOTAGGIO STARS AT BAT TAMPA--Joe DiMaggio, the Yankee rookie, is living up to the advance ballyhoo. In 15 trips to the plate in three games he has collected 10 hits, including two triples, and he hits to left, center or right field with equal ease. He is a favorite here and the tourists and natives cheer him when he goes to bat. GIANTS RETURN PENSACOLA--The Giants were back in camp Friday for their game with the Volunteers after having given the guy little community of Defuniak Springs its first peep at a major league team in action. Hank Lieber and some of the other players did not make the trip, having been ordered to stay here for special training. DODGERS TAME TIGERS SARASOTA--Jimmy Jordan, the Brooklyn second baseman, has a batting average of .526 for exhibition games. He has made 10 hits in 19 times up. He got four hits Thursday as the Dodgers beat the Tigers 10-4, the team collecting, a total of 14 safe blows. AIM FOR HOMERUNS LAKELAND--Charley Gehringer and Goose Goslin of the Tigers already are figuring on fattening their homerun totals this year, with the construction of new stands in Navan field, Detroit. Charley hit 19 homers last year and a dozen other drives would have landed in the laps of fans if the present bleachers had been there. SOX ROUTINE ENDS PASADENA--The -drudgery of routine workouts ends for the White Sox Friday. The club meets Los Angeles Saturday at Bernardino in the opening game of an exhibition tour. Jimmy Dykes said he would start; Marshall Mauldin in center field, giving that rookie his big chance. · HUDLIN TO START. NEW ORLEANS--Willis Hudlin, the veteran pitcher of the Cleveland Indians, was slated to get his first SURF Old Time Danre FRIDAY 26e Art's 'i^ht Hawks Bennett - Grcten SATURDAY n c S. S. TAX J Q C 1NCL. ·*« HERB IE KAY Coming Apr. 1 AT THE SURF BARGAIN ON CIGARETTES bit of spring action against the Cubs here- Friday. He is the only one of the Tribe's 12 hurlers who is yet to take the mouncl in a game. URBANSKI INJURED. ST. PETERSBURG--Bill Urbanski, Bees shortstop who was out of practice Thursday with an injured finger, is expected to get into the game against the Yankees Saturday. A scrub game was on tap for Friday. CKAMEK ENDS SLUMP. SARASOTA--Doc Cramer of the Red Sox wasn't downhearted when the Sox dropped one to the Athletics Thursday. He ended a hitting slump in that game, getting four safe blows, including two doubles, in six times at bat. "This is the time to lose 'em," says Doc. CARDS GET VACATION. LAKELAND--Frankie Frisch of the Cards gave his rowdy gang a day off Thursday and most of them went fishing or playing golf. Roy Parmalee and Bill McGree were scheduled to pitch Friday against the Tigers. The Cards have won six straight in the grapefruit league. A'S PITCHER HURT. SEBR1NG--The rejoicing of the Athletics over their victory over the Red Sox, was tempered by the discovery that Pitcher Val Veach's left shin bone was fractured by-a liner from Cooke's bat. The A's meet Newark Friday. PHILS MEET SENATORS. WINTER HAVEN--The Phillies Friday were hoping to avenge last Sunday's 5-3 defeat.as the Washington Senators moved into town. Jimmy Wilson became the first Quaker catcher to work a full game when he went nine innings against Newark Thursday. HOCKEY By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS NATIONAL LEAGUE Boston 2: Toronto 2. (tie). »tr York Americans 4; .Montreal Canad- Icnj 1. Detroit is; Chlcaco 3. INTERNATIONAL LEAGDE Syracuse 8; Rochester 2. CANADIAN-AMERICAN LEAGUE Boston 4; Nfiv Haven I. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION St. Louis 7; .Minneapolis 4. WRESTLING By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS WASHINGTON--Ernie Dtiiek, 210. Onmhn, deleated Vic Christy, JOB. California. CAMDEN, N. .1. -- Emll Dllsck. 312, Omaha, defeated George Koverly, 215, Kaa- aj city. WINNIPEG--Jim Loniios, 205, Greece, lefeated Lou plummer, 240, Notre Dame. PEORIA, III.--Danno O'Mahoilej, 225, Ireland, threw Olaf Olsen, 222, Sireden. tay steele, 216, Glendate, Cal., threw Fat Inrphy, 216, Superior, ivls. Winkle, 81, Celebrates Birthday. ALGONA--Ben Winkie, North owa resident 60 years, celebrated is eighty-first birthday at his home 'hursday, when relatives and needs dropped in to spend the af- ernoon. Mr. Winkie has lived in the ounty since 1876. He operated a 'ray here in the early days, and wned and operated the town's first treet sprinkler. Emmetsburg Speakers Win. EMMETSBURG -- Emmetsburg ^eclainatory contenants won the ~alo Alto county meet held at West Send Wednesday night by capturing hree first places, and Mallard was awarded second county honors with hree second place ratings, school of- icials announced here Thursday. It was the second time in two weeks that Emmetsburg contestants walked off with major honors, local tudents having won three firsts at Mallard recently in the first round of the state series. M O O S E Old-Time DANCE Saturday, March 21 WEBER'S CONCERTINA BAND Dancing: 8:30 till 12. Lunches. 25c per person. Shady Beach Clear Lake, Iowa FREE FISH FRY With the Price of a Quart of Beer. FRIDAY NIGHT Saturday--3-Piece Band Sunday--Orchestra Music NO COVER CHARGE COMMITTEE FOR PROBE OF WPA Investigation Resolution. Is Approved by Expenditures Group of Senate. WASHINGTON, (JK--The senate expenditures committee Thursday approved a resolution for an investigation of the works progress administration after Senator Davis (R., Pa.) had charged democratic officials were making a "political football" out of relief. Only three of the seven committeemen were present, but Senator Hastings (R., Del.) voted by proxy to make a majority. Chairman Lewis (D., 111.) moved adoption of the Davis resolution and Senator .Van Nuys (D., Ind.) seconded with a suggestion that the inquiry, if approved by the senate, start with complaints about administration of relief in Pennsylvania. Charles City News Cedar River Rise Not Damaging to Property CHARLES CITY--The river is nearly 10 feet above the low mark according to E.' G. Larsen, meteorologist, but rise has not been damaging to adjoining property. The ice in the large bend of the Cedar river has not broken yet but a huge piece which had been tilting over the Main street dam for several days went over Thursday noon. The gradual thaw has been a good thing for the soil 'and prevented overflowing banks which have sometimes in the past filled the basements of homes near the river and the lower floor of the Gem theater building adjoining the bridge. 100 Attend Banquet of Charles City Shrine CHARLES CITY--Rose M. Reid of Washington, Iowa, supreme worthy high priestess 'of the Order of White Shrine of Jerusalem, and White Shrine members from Mason City, Iowa Falls, Cedar Falls, Marble Rock and Nora Springs, were guests of honor of the local White Shrine order in the Masonic Temple Wednesday evening. Covers were laid for 100 persons at the dinner tables decorated with yellow and white, colors of the order. The place cards were maps of Iowa, complimenting the home state of VIrs. Reid, who holds a national of:ice. She has visited 200 Shrines in the United States and Canada this year. Thirty-nine members from Al- :hor Shrine, Mason City, of which Evelyn Marshall is worthy high jriestess and 16 members from 3edar Falls attended the meeting. Tern Sandberg and 15 other mem- ers from Iowa Falls were among those present. Nina Hauck and Teitz of Manly Are Married CHARLES CITY--Miss Nina Hauck and 1 Morris .H. Teitz, both of Manly, were married by the Rev. W. F. Belling in the Central M. E. parsonage Wednesday afternoon. The attendants were Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wristline of Manly. Mr. and Mrs. SPECIAL AXTEACTI0M! Monday, March 30 I. 0. 0. F. Hail, Belmond ? ^wwMP'S* Wo I tr HIS N - B - c - GUM amWreUde WeiiC ORCHESTRA Advance Sale to March 29--Gents 80c. Ladies 35e. At Door, Gents $1.10. Ladies 50c. Mail Orders to 1.0. 0. F., BELMOND, IOWA EVERY FRIDAY 15 THE BIG FUN AND THRILL DAY at both the CECIL and PALACE SCREEN ATTRACTION "LOVE ON A BET" GENE RAYMOND 1VENDIE BARBIE Coming-WED. and THURS. MARCH 25 AND 26 TO THE CECIL THEATRE Another Big Stage and Screen Show! You're hearty response and splendid attendance on the last stage show, "MardJ Grn§ MithtB,*' IB rooch appreciated, -therefore, we announce the following attractions for next WED. nnd THUKS- ON THE STAGE "TOP HAT REVUE" 8 -- BIG ACTS -- 8 -- PLUS -BILLY MARTIN'S TOP HAT STAGE BAND MAT. EVE. OX THE SCREEN" A Story Written For One Who Is In Love! MARGARET SULLAVAN IN URSULA I'ABROTT'S "NEXT TIME WE LOVE" THIS IS THE GREATEST SHOW 'OMHINATION FOR MILES AROUND Teitz will live in Manly where Mr. Teitz is a filling station attendant. Floyd County Legion Will Gather March 23 CHARLES CITY--The postponed meeting of the Floyd County American Legion and auxiliary groups will be held at Charles City, Monday evening, March 23, in the Legion hall. This date has been set by James Ruckdashel, county chairman of Rockford, who asks all post commanders and adjutants of the county to notify their members. The business session will precede the program of entertainment which will include cards' and dancing to music furnished by Paul Lockie and his orchestra. Local auxiliary members wili serve refreshments. Rites at Charles City for Edward Church, 73 CHARLES CITY--Funeral services were to be held Friday afternoon at the Hauser funeral home for Edward Everett Church, 73, with the Rev. G. A. Hess officiating.and burial in Riverside cemetery. Mr. Church died at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Jack Miller, Riverton township from a heart attack. He is survived by his widow and six daughters, Mrs. Miller, Mrs. Sam Springer, Mrs. H. S. Lambert, Mrs. A. E. Quackenbush, Charles City; Mrs. Henry Hickman, Des Moines and Mrs. Howard Powers, Greene, also two sisters, Mrs. Clara Waite, Charles City and Mrs. Anna Hand, DeKalb, III. Charles City Briefs CHARLES CITY--Mr. and Mrs. Vern Leigh of Rockford were in Charles City Thursday. Mr. Leigh came to attend to business relative to the soldiers' relief committee of which he is a member. Due to illness, Miss Jessie Parker has canceled her engagement to address the Floyd county teachers Saturday, March 21. Miss Fannie Howell, county superintendent of schools, announced the conference date will be at some future time. H. G. Bos was elected president of the Charles City Country club at a meeting of the board of directors. He will announce his committees later. New officers of the First M. E. Brotherhood were elected as follows: Darrell Coacher, president; E. C. Patten, vice president, and Harland Perrin, secretary and treasurer. Plans were made for a father and son banquet to be held April 15. The program included travel talks by George Buckman, E. G. Brown and Horace Olds. Mrs. Walter Angell, Osage, has been admitted to the hospital for treatment. Mrs. Ruth Stanton has returned to her home on North Main street 125 IN THORNTON CO-OP SESSIONS Storvick and R. M. Hall Are Heard; 268,476 Pounds of Butter Made. THORNTON--The annual meeting of Thornton Co-operative creamery was held in the theater building Wednesday. A free lunch was served at noon to 125 persons. This was followed by a program of music and readings. Roy Storvick, manager of Iowa State Brand Creamery at Mason City, gave an address stressing quality, urging the patrons to deliver creain three times a week the year around. He commended the quality of the product of the Thornton creamery. He stated that they had marketed 12 carloads of this butter during the past year, and that from 10 to 15 per cent produced has home consumption. R. M. Hall, north of Clear Lake, talked convincingly of the value of co-operation. He cited Denmark, Norway and Sweden as countries that had successfully tried out this system. At the business meeting which followed, two directors whose terms had expired were re-elected, Otto Hartwig and Edd Ligbtbody. Kenneth Stark, manager, distributed copies of the year's report, showing that a total of 268,476 pounds of butter had been manufactured, and the total income was $74,282.77. The board of directors later held an organization meeting, at which the following officers were elected: Frank Harmon, president; Edd Lightbody, vice president; C. J. Janssen, secretary; Fred Miller, treasurer; Alfred Champion, bookkeeper, and Kenneth Stark, manager and buttermaker. after receiving treatment at the University of Iowa hospital. C. E. Meyers of Bassett who had a major operation has been dismissed from the Cedar Valley hospital. Lucia and Bernice Merrick entertained their birthday club at dinner Thursday evening. At Mason City THEATERS NEW CECIL FILM ONE OF SEASON'S BIG HITS. Starting a four day showing at the Cecil Saturday, Clark Gable, Jean Harlow and Myrna Loy appear in one of the paramount hits of the season. "Wife vs. Secretary." The story, written by Faith Baldwin, deals with modern metropolitan conflict in the life of a millionaire husband caught between the loves of two women--his wife, whom he adores, and his secretary, whom he respects. The new issue of March of Time also showing on this bill deals with three interesting subjects: Why did Japan's crack infantry revolt; the inside story of the dreaded penal colony, Devil's Island and commercial fishing off the New England coast. CURRENT FEATURES. CECIL--Friday only, "Love on » Bet." Starts Saturday, "Wife vs. Secretary." PALACE--Friday only, "Love on a Bet." Starts Saturday, "Show Them No Mercy" and "Don't Get Personal." STRAND--Through Saturday, "HI Gaucho" and "The Man Who Reclaimed His Head," with serial. STATE -- Through Saturday, "His Fighting Blood" and "His Night Out," with serial. Edward Everett Horton Is at his very best in the title role of "His Night Out," gangster comedy playing through Saturday at the State with the film adaptation o£ James Oliver'Curwood's story, "His Figh- ing Blood." In spite of himself, Horton finally winds up by capturing some bonci thieves, winning charming Irene Hervey and improving his own job --all this after gaining the impression that he had only three months longer to live. * * * CESAR ROMERO SWITCHES FROM SHEIK TO GANGSTER. One day a suave, handsome, din- MODERN DANCE DENISON CLUB Saturday, March 21 Music By BARNEY KAY'S ORCHESTRA Admission 25c Per Person -- Tax Included EC IL 1 STARTS SATURDAY A SCREENFUL OF JOY WITH YOUR MERRIEST FAVORITES MYRNA LOVES ClARK ond JEAN LOVES CLARK! Watch the love-sparks fly ... qs two of the screen's leading charmers stage a merry battle for lucky Clarkl It's their gcyesr romance! For the Benefit of All Late Show-Goers. SPECIAL LATE SHOW SATURDAY AT 10 P. M. nerjacketed opera star; toe next a snarling gangster with itching trigger finger and a streak of cowardice--such is the professional life of Cesar Romero, genteel young Hollywood star who. has one of the principal roles .in. "Show Them No Mercy," starting Saturday at the Palace with the comedy, "Don't Get Personal." And Mr. Romero's talents are such that he takes these radical changes in full stride and manages to be thoroughly convincing in any type of role. In the picture before this one, Romero was the friend of Lawrence Tibbett in "Metropolitan." In "Show Them No Mercy" Romero is the brains of a vicious mob, rolling in power which is backed up by machine guns. Sally Eilers and James Dunn, a familiar team, hook up with the melodious Pinky Tomlin in "Don't Get Personal," a combination that results in plenty of fun and music. * * * "HI Gnucho," playing with "The; Man Who Reclaimed His Head," should be good if only for the cast. Rod LaRocque and Steffi Duna have the leading roles. On the same bill, through Saturday at the Strand, Claude Rains, who has had quite a bit of trouble with his head and visibility and one thing or another ever since he entered pictures, is, as you probably guessed, the man who gets his head back. Large Crowd at Ball. BRITT--The annual firemen's ball was held at the Memorial hall Tues- · Now I S Ace · Units The Comcdj- Sensation of the Senson EDWARD E. HORTON HIS NIGHT OUT -- -HIT NO. 2 KERMIT MAYNARD Packed With Thrills nnd Acllon of the .Northwest Mountert-- HIS FIGHTING BLOOD HIT NO. S TOM MIX CHAPTER NO. 6 MIRACLE RIDER day evening. The event had been postponed twice previously owing to the bad weather but a large crowd attended. Annlversaryl I» Celebrated. NEW HAMPTON--Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Krienke celebrated their golden wedding anniversary at their home here. They have three children, Mrs. Albert Buchholz, Tripoli; Mrs. Arnold Weber, Farmer, S. Dak., and Emil Krienke, Miller, S. Dak. Now and Sat. FOUR UNIT SHOW Romance flames from the Pampas as the gauchos ride the trail! with JOHN CARROLL \ STEFFI DUNA RODLaXOCQUE GIFTS TO THE KIDDIES SAT. MAT. COMPANION FEATURE "THE MAN WHO' faii CLAUDE RAINS JOAN ·EHHETT TAILSPIN TOMMY in the "Great Air Mystery" NEWS FLASHES SUPERB FEATURES sSk RtCWfxct THE GIRL" TEAM PLUS PINKY TOMLIN What a Trio! wiffi ROCHELLE HUDSON CESAR ROMERO* BRUCE CABOT EDWARD NORR1S James ' Dunn ! Solly Eilers ^ together again j in [ Don't Get Personal' with PINKY TOMLIN On the Stage: SATURDAY NIGHT at 10:45 MAJOR MARTIN'S AMATEUR HOUR Another big program of selected local talent. 7 -- SEVEN ACTS -- 7 ALBERT YOUNG The Singing Cowboy PHYLLIS MCCLELLAN and Her Marimba VLADIS PERKINS Native Hawaiian Hula PATTY ROBINSON Tap Dance RICHARD FARRER On the Piano CAROL HEAP Military Tap RUSSELL BI5TLINE -- CARROLL AMBROSES DON KUNZ -- BOB BURGRAFF Thp Harmony Four

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