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5M£*S*»sx!ai£ ^£Ft£ I TEN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 15 · 1987 I 7 I ' I I Car Stolen While Owner Attends Garner Funeral GARNER--While Earle Stille was attending the funeral for Paul Gast at the Methodist church in Garner Sunday his 1931 mode] A Ford was stolen. Sheriff Leslie M. Brower is investigating. WEDNESDAY COUNTRY STORE NITE It's Really Big It's Thrilling It's Fun--It's Smart TWO GREAT SHOWS Mat. Ib'e Eve. 21c Ends Tuesday-SHIRLEY TEHIPLE in "DIMPLES" --and-"CHARLIE CHAN , AT THE HACE TRACK" NOW--ENDS TUESDAY WILL, ROGERS in "DR. BULL" Plus--RICHARD DIX "Devil's Playground" ·ALAC PLUS A hard-to-Eet girl and a hard-to- ilop boy In a bristling: story of ihe 'Frisco waler/ronl! MARGOT GRAHAMU GOHDON JOXES E LADIES! 11 isn't too late! You still have the opportunity nt starting a ROSES OP SHARON DINNERWARE SET A Dltfetcnt Piece Given Every LADIES' GIFT SHOW WED. »nd 'THUDS: EVENINGS MOVIE PARADE I By D. B. K. THE GREAT O' MALLEI?" TO OPEN AT CECIL TUESDAY "The Great O'RIalley," which opens at the Cecil Tuesday, brings Pat O'Brien back, to the screen af- 7 * ter a few months a b s e n c e , a n d with him in this p i c t u r e a r e Humphrey Bo- garf, Ann Sheridan and Sybil Jason, as well as minor characters. It is a typical O'Brien picture, with the former MarqueHe football player in the role of a policeman. Locale is in teeming east side. Humphrey Bogart is seen in a role similar to that which earned him film fame as the ruthless killer of "Petrified Forest." On the same program will be the latest issue of "March of Time'" which has its subjects "Conquering Cancer," "Mid-Winter Vacations" and "Mormonism." - -- P A T New York's | MOVIE MEMORIES Last week's Movie Memory miss, Blanche Sweet, is almost forgotten by the public, if this contest is any indication for comparatively few of those entering earned complimentary tickets, ilckets to Mason City's SLOJJ ENDS TUESDAY: Mason City's Premier Showing JIABY BRIAN- BUDDY K O G K R S "Week-End Millionaire" --and-"THE CAPTAIN'S Kin" SY131L JASON - GUY KlBftEE MAY ROBSON N O W 2 \c lit t Ace Hits JlomemberJ S WEDNESDAY S ' Thursday: On Ihe Stago TALENT QUEST I Frlilay--rlar $ SCREENO S D A N C E Avalon Ballrom, Manly, la. Tuesday, February 16th Music by CEC HURST Ladies 35c Gents 50c OLD TIME DANCE Thursday, February 18th Music by EARL HUNT Admission 25c Coming Tuesday, Feb. 23rd AL MENKE four theaters, (he Lake at Clear Lake, the Avery at Garner. One youthful entry, Miss S. T., objects to the contest of last week as being unfair to her as some pictures published arc those of 20 and 30 years past. But we ask you, Miss S. T., how else would a movie memory contest be conducted? Some of (his last week's eu- Irles guessed 11 was Beverly Bayne, Virginia Valli, Pearl White and Colleen Moore while many failed to include the necessary 50 word synopsis. Mrs. R. N MI.: Was last week's memory too dim? Yours truly thought you might find KL too easy a memory, following that embryo challenge. Tickets have been mailed to local and out-of-town winners and will be received Monday or Tuesday. o e * "God's Country and the Woman," filmed against a beautiful north woods background enhanced by natural color, ends at the Cecil Monday. Its story is secondary to the beauty brought out by the tech- nicolor for whereas the yarn is stereotyped, the color makes the picture the best at this type to be seen since "The Trail of the Lonesome Pine." George Brent and Beverly Roberts are east'as heads of two rival lumber companies, 'and the culmination sees the two falling in love, surmounting the difficulties of the rivalry, and living (we trust) happily ever after. Story: Weak. Color: Beautiful. C O S ~ "Come Closer Folks," with James Dunn in the leading role, will be screened Tuesday only at.Clear Lake's Lake theater. The einerna. deals with tricks of the trade of the sidewalk sales- For those who missed it the first time "Doctor Bull," which opened at the Palace theater Saturday to run through Tuesday, will be found an entertaining feature. This time' the late Will Rogers is pictured as a kindly shrewd, New England physician It has the usual many opportuni- D A N C E I. O. O. F. HALL MASON CITY Wednesday, Feb. 17 Your favorite orchestra Mill supply the music ART'S NIGHTHAWKS For Odd Fellows, Rcbakahs, and Invilcrt Guests TUESDAY May Be Your Lucky Day! JAMES DUNN---MARIAN MARSH in "COME CLOSER, FOLKS" Ends Monday BING CROSBY in "PENNIES FROM HEAVEN" ENDS MGN "GOD'S COUNTRY AND THE WOMAN" *··'·''» 4*»%«FA^* James Oliver Cur/wood's Story of the North Woods--Filmed in Color Starts TUES. Iowa's Best Theater TIME" STARTS I SAT - "laC* A? Ml«C PhpVtt0v" With JOAN CRAWFORD JLaSl OK l*ir»« vneynej ROBT. MONTGOMERY OIL STATION IN ALGONA BURNED Employes in Structure as Five Starts; Blaze Origin Unknown. ALGONA--The Shell Oil sta- iou on the corner of McGregor and Phillips streets was destroyed Monday morning at 9 o'clock by ire of unknown origin. The sta- ion is operated by Horace- Clau- addle. Fred Frost and Charles Barrin- ;er- employes, were in the struc- ure at the time. One of them ;aid, "We don't know how the ire started. All of a sudden all of one end seemed to be in flames." The two were just able to get out ol the structure. Barringer, vhen he got outside, broke in n vindow and telephoned the fire department. His eyebrows and loves were singed. An oil heater was kept in the station. Electricity in that sec- ion of Algona was out for a time ifter the lire. MOVIE MENU CECIL--"God's Country and the Woman" ends. Monday. "The Great O'nialley" starts Tuesday. PALACE -- "Devil's Playground" and "Doctor Bull" through Tuesday. STRAND -- "Dimples" and "Charlie C h a n a t the Racetrack" through Tuesday. STATE -- "Week-End Millionaire" and "Captain's Kid" through Tuesday. LAKE--(Clear Lake)^-"Pennies From Heaveli" ends Monday. "Come C l o s e r F o l k s " Tuesday. Brown Gets Set for Dusky Ace in Scrap on Wednesday Night KANSAS CITY, (/P)--So confident that even his manager is perplexed, Natie Brown wound up his training here Monday for his ID- round fight with Joe Louis Wednesday night. Brown, a 200-pound Washington, D. C., Hebrew, is one of the few hoxers to have stayed the limit with Louis since the Detroit Negro turned professional two and a half years ago. Louis won the decision in -10 rounds in Detroit two years ago. Questioned in his dressing room after Sunday's workout Brown replied, "certainly I don't fear him. I£ anything, it is the 'other way around." ties for the inimitable Rogers humor and will be enjoyed by the large percentage of the population who admired the homely common sense philosophy of this wit. The story tells of the victory of understanding humanity, personified by the gum-chewing old fashioned doctor over the coldly inconsiderate, impressively equipped practice of an unexpected competitor. While Rogers is pretty much the whole show, moviegoers will enjoy the acting of Rochelle Hudson, Marian Nixon, Ralph Morgan and Andy Devine. Another picture that makes this show worth attending is "Devil's Playground," starring Richard Dix, Delores Del Rio and Chester Morris, telling the story of a submarine trapped in the sea. t t The Chicago Tribune opens up an old subject by asking why they put holes in Swiss cheese when it is limburger that needs venlila- iing. Who knows how Swiss cheese would smell if it were not ventilated?--Detroit Free Press. Suicide Try Blinds Cedar Rapids Clerk OMAHA, (#)--A bullet wound in the head has destroyed the sight of Rudolph E. -Shank, 45, railway mail clerk of Cedar Ra,- pirls, his physicians here said Monday. Shank, found near death in his hotel room here Feb. 2, .has recovered sufficiently to leave the hospital. Police said Shank, despondent over ill health, had shot himself. The bullet severed the optic nerve of both eyes, the doctors said. Luther to Tussle at Upper Iowa for Lead DECOHAH--Luther will invade Upper Iowa university Tuesday evening in defense of its top position in the Iowa conference race. After Friday evening's .important victory over the Simpson Methodists,' the Norsemen stand at the ^op of the heap with five victories and one loss, with, five conference games left on their schedule. The Norse will also engage in a non-conference battle with Cornell college at Mount Vernon on Saturday. Boxer, Bosses Draw Penalty for Frames NEW - ORLEANS, (UP)--The Louisiana athletic commission has imposed fines of $300 each and indefinite suspensions on two managers and. a boxer charged with framing fights to build up Jack Torrance, giant track star, as a boxer. Herbert Brodie, Torrance's manager, Musky Jackson, who was described as operator of a stable of fighters, and Earl W. Phillips, who was to have been Torrance's opponent in a match at Baton Rouge last Wednesday night, suffered the penalties. RECORDS DROP AT HUB GAMES Three World Marks Cut at Boston as Stars Take -Vault, Two Runs. BOSTON, (UP)--Three world indoor track and field records-the pole Vault, the two mile run and the 45 yard high hurdles-were shattered at the Boston A. A. games Saturday night before a thrilled crowd of 13,682 paid customers--the largest track gathering in Boston's history. In breath taking sequence, Sam Allen of Oklahoma, George Varoff of University of Oregon and Don Lash of Indiana contributed unprecedented performances, Allen started off the historic night by dipping one tenth of a second from the 45 yard high hurdles mark of 5.8, held by Monty Welts, former Dartmouth ace and Johnny Collier, one time pi-own University timber topper. Then Varoff, sandy haired stratosphere specialist,.added the world indoor pole vault championship to his outdoor title by soaring 14 feet 4-Vs inches. Finally came the sensational performance df Lash, the ""blond "iron 'horse" from Indiana, who ran.. the indoor two miles faster than any human has ever covered the distance. Lash fashioned a magificent 8:58 performance, clipping two tenths of a second from the world mark made by Paavo Nurmi, the flying Finn back in 1S25. / Forgotten in the wreckage of broken records was what was to have been the feature of the meet --the Hunter mile. This was captured by the mighty monarch of miles, Glenn Cunningham of Kansas, who breasted the lap in 4:12.3 --a good 10 j'ards ahead of Gene Vcnzlce, former Penn star. Arthur Clarke, Canadian mile champion, was a poor third in a field that was limited to three by the last minute withdrawal of Lash, who asked to be excused so he could concentrate on the two mile event. Mixed Card Set for North Iowa Fan List ARMSTRONG -- Twenty-four rounds of boxing and a rassle royal feature an athletic card here Tuesday evening. Sammy Evans, Salt Lake City and · Al Lehto, Richmond, Va., light heavyweights, meet in a 10 round main event. Bus Smith, Humboldt, and Johnny Cosgrove, Titonka, lightweights meet in the six round semiwindup. Two four round preliminaries support the boxing card. Six men and the referee will be in the ring at once. In the rassle royal which features Tiger Miller, Bill Krueger, Jack McCarty, Bull Ross. Swede Oberg and Frank Bauer. Sterling Groceries and Meat Markets No. ] -- No. 2 -- No. 3 -- No. 4 , TUESDAY -- WEDNESDAY -- THURSDAY RightUo Limit We Deliver $1.00 Order* MEAT DEPARTMENT Where the Good Meat Comes From Fit For a King, Here is a dish that is fit for a king. When you eat this dish, you will think that you are sitting on the throne. STERLING FANCY BONELESS SMOKED HAM ROLL-Doesn't That Sound Good? Larry Kelley Tosses Pro Offers in Blaze NEW HAVEN, Conn., (UP)-persistent reports he was turning professional caused Yale's -Larry Kelley, football star, to make a flat denial that he is considering offers from professional sports organizations. "I will study at Princeton graduate school next fall and perhaps teach at Peddie," the all-America player said. "Any professional sports offers I receive will go straight into the fireplace--the same place all the others have gone.". A H A R D - B O I L E D COP GOES SOFT FOR ROMANCE ...AFTER HE STOPS A BULLET! '*-- e EXTRA NEW ISSUE "MARCH OF "Steal or Starve" Is Choice of Ex-Convict, Says Automobile Thief OMAHA, Nebr.', (IP)--"Only one man in 10,000 goes straight after ic gets out of the pen," said Joe Davis, 39, of Peoria, 111., to Omaha police following his arrest on an automobile theft charges. Davis has been in penitentiaries 16 years. Detective Inspector Fritz Franks ·?aid Davis and Emil Rears, 28, of Wray, Colo., would plead guilty to car theft charges Monday. Davis told police he came to Omaha following his release from ;he Nebraska penitentiary, Feb. 4. ffe met Rears, a former prison acquaintance, and the next day, Davis said, they stole a car and started for Peoria, but were arrested in Davenport, Iowa, when they drove from a filling station without paying. "They make a man steal if he's jot no place," Davis charged. "When I was released in Lincoln. was given $10 and a suit of clothes that had 'convict' written all over it. I came to Omaha and paid a debt of 58 which left me $2. 1 wired for aid to a relative in Peoria, but the party was visiting in St. Louis. To get to Peoria litole the car. It was sleal or starve." Western League to Have Aces in Game DES MOINES, (UP)--Western league club owners Sunday adopted a 130 game, straight season schedule for 1937 with an all- star game to be played July 7. The all-star team will be picked by sports writers and will oppose the team in first place in league standings after the games on June 30, club owners announced. The Western league season will open May 4 and will close with double headers on Labor day. Chicago Pro Winner at Houston Tourney HOUSTON, Texas., '(UP)-- "Lighthorse Harry" Cooper, Chicago professional, won the Houston open golf tournament and $YOQ at River Oaks Country club Sunday with a total of 280 for Lhe 72 holes. He led the pack through the meet. Cooper ' clung to a four-stroke lead over Sam Snead of White Sulphur Springs, W. Va., and Paul Runyan o£ White Plains, N. Y., tied with 284 to split $800 in second money. Winners divided 53,000. Gophers Beat State in First Mat Match MINNEAPOLIS, (P)--For the first time since the schools started wrestling competition, the University o£ Minnesota defeated Iowa Slate's m a t ' t e a m , 17 to 11, here Saturday. Victories in the heavy divisions "gave the Gophcw the decision. WATERLOO WINS DES MOINES, (fl 3 )--The Waterloo Y. M. C. A. wrestling team won' n dual meet from the DCS MoineE "Y" here Saturday night, 17 to 11. HERMAN SIGNS. CHICAGO, (UP) -- Billy Herman, star second baseman o£ the Chicago Cubs, has returned his signed contract, club officials announced. Terms of the contract were not made public. CLARK SIGNED. NEW YORK, (UP) -- Pitcher Watson Clark has signed his contract lor 1337, the Brooklyn Dodgers announced. It will be Clark's twelfth year in the major leagues, his eleventh with Brooklyn. Cage Scores Is Presented. NORTHWOOD--Women of the Baptist and Methodist churches he)d an observance of the'World day of prayer Friday afternoon at the Baptist parsonage. An appropriate program was given after which a tea was given, Mrs. O. J. Wai-dwell and Mrs. C. H. Dwelle pouring. Leave for Hot Springs. THOMPSON--Mrs. T. H. Swenson of Minneapolis arrived Friday by auto and the same day, oc- companied by her sister, Mrs. Otto Almquist, left for Hot Springs, Ark., where they will stay about six weeks and take treatments. Mrs. Almquist has been suffering sinus trouble and asthma. HIGH SCHOOL K e w l D n 3.1: MASON CITY 10. J O I I A W K S a7-H: St. Patrick's (Dougli- irly) lu-i:f. HOLY FAMILY 11-30; SI. Mary's (Km- cKhure) '2l-'i. A l l f s n r i 20-1:1: Shrll Hock I I - T f i . Waterloo Kail 3 7 - l f i j Charles City 11-18. l l l l i i ' i i * 31: Cliicat" ··!·*· I'liriliir nt: lmv:i ·:». Oliir? Slate IX: Indiana II. Minnesota !ET; Wisconsin 'I'i. NnrlhuTntPrn -TK; R r a d l c v Trrli 5 Mlrhliraii :i«; M i c h i g a n Stair. 31. Notr« name .'.-'i New Vnrk U :G. Kaunas ',!; Iowa State -.'8. ftrlmiell -IS; Washington ±0. Simpson 30; Upper Im-a 'JIS. BUDGE WINS. ATLANTA, Ga., (UP)--Donald Budge of California Sunday defeated Bryan M. "Bitsy" Grant in an exhibition match here. The scores were 5-7, 6-3, 6-4. AMEEKS WIN. NEW YORK, (UP)WThe New York Americans kept alive a chance for a berth in the Stanley cup play-offs Sunday night by beating the New York Rangers, 5 to 4, in a national hockey league game before 1G.OOO fans. Mat Results me,!! scnoor. W a l r r l o n West lHi-30; M A S O N CITY Visitors Ffom Waterloo. KENSETT--Mr. and Mrs. Paul Peterson of Waterloo were weekend visitors at the home of Mr. Peterson's parents', Mr., and Mrs. 'C.'M. Peterson. .Clean--Practically Smokeless--No Clinkers Smallest Possible-Ash Content--Long Burning but Quick Firing with Intense Heat . . , DIXIE BELL Sterling Coal Co. Jock McCole 816 South Penn. Phone 132 Minute Steaks Pound.. 20c Beef Boil Pound.. lOc Fancy Boneless Smo, HAM ROLLS Pound 25c Veal Roast Pound. ., 15c Beef Chuck Roast Pound. ., 15c Pork Hocks, Pound fiork Liver, Pound Hamburger ( A l l Meat) Pound. . Cottage Cheese, Mickey Mouse Glass, Large. . . 12c lOc 15c lOc Pork Chops, End Cuts, Pound Pork Hearts, Pound .-.. Beef Pot Roast, Pound Veal Steak, Pound ·. IOC 13c ISC Fish --Fish-Fish Halifaur, Haddock, Salmon, Pickled Herring, Smoked White Fish, Barbecued Salmon. FRUIT DEPARTMENT Giant Celery Stalks 15c Lettuce Large, Solid Heads lOc 12 Oranges, Texas, Good Size, Doz. Carrots, Bunch . . . ' . . . . Texas Seedless GRAPEFRUIT for 29c 5c Rome Beauty Apples, Fancy, ^*7*i 4 Pounds * / Cut Green Beans No. 2 Can Lemons, Sunkist, Large, Dozen. . Radishes, 3 Bunches Rome Beauty Apples, L ncy ' $249 lOc ioc Standby MILK Tall Cans Cans 25e Longhorn Cream Cheese Corn Flakes, 2 Large Packages, 1 Blue Cereal Dish Standby Tomatoes; 3 No, 2 cans. . 25c 9£«. £%£ Iowa Pancake' Flour, 5-1b. pkg. WIN A YEAR'S SUPPLY OF PONTIACS You have heard people say they never won anything. If you are married, the husband won a wife and the wife won a husband -- that is something. They say there is a lot of competition in winning a prize. I'll say there is. When I was going with my wife, before we were mar| -ried, she put me on probation for 5 years and at times she thinks she didn't pur me on probation long enough. A young lady here in town won a year's supply of shoes in a national contest. Enter the Ivory Soap contest. 60 cars being given away. You may win a year's supply of Pontiacs. LUKE B. MILLER, U. S. A. \ Monarch Noodles Pkg. Ivory Soap Medium Bar fie Giant Bar 1 Oc Macaroni or Spaghetti Pkg. 5c 2 BARS GRANDPA'S TAR SOAP--DICTIONARY FREE Monarch Breakfast Coffee,' Pound. . Monarch Gelatine, P k g . . . . Rice Fancy 4 Ibs. TOILET PAPER De Sora 1,000 Sheets, 7 Rolls Macaroni Fancy, Bulk 3 Ibs. Monarch Golden Bantam, Corn, 2 for. . . . De Crow's Buckwheat 5-lb. Pkg. Monarch Diced Beers, Can lOc Tall Can Libby's Red SALMON 22c Pure Sorghum Can 34c Sterling Hard Candy, 3 Ibs.. 25c Marshmallowj, Cello Pkg,, 1 Ib. Tomato . Juice 3. 25c Van Camp's Tomato Soup/ Can PINK SALMON Good Grade Tall Cans, 2 for 25c Pineapple Juice Toll Can lie Van Camp's Pork Beans, « «* _ Grant Can ..... 2 ., I UC Oyster Shells, Stock Salt, Hubbard's Laying Mash, Hubbard's Concentrate, Pilot Oyster Shells, Smoked Salt! MR. FARMER: -- BRING US YOUR EGGS -- CASH OR TRADE -- ANY OF THE 4 STORES 6c

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