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;.~-^ TEN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 16 · 1937 GAZETTE DAVEY WINNER AT KEG GAMES Take Two Contests in Go With Moose Lodge as Grill Wins Two. CITY LEAGUE SCHEDULE A l l e y i 1-2--Decker's O f f i c e vs. Maple Inn. 3-4--Golden Glow vs. Decker'^ Plant. 5-G--Open. 7-8--llerrnanson. Dairy vs. Tyler-Ryan Furniture. HIGH TEN (End Second Rou 1 Moc. L. A 03 nd) 2G8 255 K3I fill I;HJ Fill 611) IX, IKi 181 I K I is-; 181 a Wall, Freit E. fiO [1 Shannon, Edwanl ... iG ·I Collins. Chuck JI. ,. c«; s Eauclaire, K n u c FiU S Swafforri, f a r l II. .. Kl 7 Rml IB! K Strom, . l o h t i n i c . . . . . f i l l f l R o b i n s o n . Frank . . . . l\\ 1(» Johnson, Ruben N. fifi Benilcr. W a l l e r « Fcrrlas, Jot n I'i Hugh Davey and Son kept its league-leading pace Monday night as the third round of city league bowling got under way at the local lanes. In spite of L.' A. "Al" Moe's 246 single, the Daveys won two games from the Moose Lodge. Cottage Grill-Blue Ribbon took two from the runnerup' team, Kozy Korner, dropping the last one when the Korners cracked over 1,028 pins. The Stoddard's- Old Timers match was postponed. ' Mqe rolled his seventh 600 series of the season Monday night, and · had a 246 and 604. Barney Duncan's 621 was the best series, including a seven-pin handicap. ONE CROWN IS CLAIMED WITH GOODELL'S WIN (Continued From Sport rage) t was the last conference game or West Union. . Waverly, in the meantime, ilayed a breather game last week- ind, and is headed for the league itle unless Nashua can stop the o-Hawks. Early games in this week's orth Iowa list, carded on Tuesday night unless other indicated, are: · BASKETBALL Junior College. Grlnnell Freshmen t M A S O N C1TT. Kslhervllle at Emmelsburc. Fort D o u f f e at Webster City. nils\»-orth (Iowa Falls) at Tlonne. SI. O l a f Freshmen »l Waldorf (Forest My}. ' · High School. S u a l n l a l e at I I O I . V FAM1L1'. IVenster C i t y Kt E»»te G r o v e (M:. S I . Cecilia's ( A l j n n i ) a t Sacred Heart Fort D o i l c e ) . H a m p t o n at A c k l e y . St. John's ( B a n c r o f t ) at r'etilnn. Brill Irtservrs) at Burl ( W e d , ) , D o w s at G o l d l l e l d . Waukon at nccorali ( N E D . Estherrille at Cherokee ( L a b e l ) . . Kensett at Fertile. Ionia, at Floyo OV-C). Little Cedar at Floyd ((iris). Nora Springs at Mitchell (TB). Nashua at Waverly (NED. Plymouth at Kudd (TR). Cohvell at Rockford. Assumption . (Cresco) * at R i d g e K a y . Leland at Thompson. Swea City at Tltonki. Vernon at 'Wesley, Players-B. Duncan . W. Duncan F e r m a n : . . . . Gquicrs . . . . F. Duncan . KOZV KORNEU 1st in ... 183 IUO ... las IBS) . . . 1 0 1 1(S . . . 170 -130 ... 2*1 I I B Iota! AV. 600 2110 JW 155 501 168 522 174 558 185 A c t u a l Fins .. 871 81G 9G3 2650 Handicap G5 GS C5 195 TOTAL TINS .. 330 881 1038 2845 018 COTTAGE GIHLL-BLUE EIBDON riayera-- 1st 2nd 3rd Total Av. Eauclairo 191 184 187 505 188 H a n s o n . 180 148 J U T -.,:, 175 100 Hall Wolike 133 Bcrnemnn ...... 181 A c t u a l Pins H a n d i c a p . . BOS G7 I,-3 174 181 813' G7 15G JOE) 183 SOS 118 513 870 2C11 B7 201 1GG 170 171 870 (n TOTAL PINS .. OCj D1U 937 28IS 037 Players-- IMoc Shannon ... Davey Collins Bey '. 1ILTGH DAVEY AND SON 1st 2nd 3rd Total 210 17 157 17l 108 ZKt 173 004 524 080 563 G3G Actual Pins .. 048 932 507 ^807 D30 Handicap ---- 1C 1C 1C 18 16 TOTAL PINS .. 051 008 023 2SS3 053 MOOSE LODGE Playin-- 1st 2nd 3rd Total Av. Ferrlas ".':.. ..'... 184 145 "1ST ; 456" 105 503 168 478 150 550 . . . ..... II. Humphrey ..· 101 186 12C Clausen ........ 170 358 141 Bunion . ........ 102 168 130 J. Humphrey .*. 107 201 203 571 1DO Actual Pins .. Q13 8.58 827 2598 8GG Handicap ' 7 0 70 711 210 70 TOTAL I'INS .'. 083 058 807 2808 830 STATE MONEY WINNERS .' GET TOURNEY CHECKS DES MOINES, (#·)--Roy Simmons, secretary o£ the Iowa State Bowling association, T u e s d a y mailed checks totaling 53,215.50 to winners in the state tournament. Des Moines pin stars will receive $1,495.50 of the prize money, and Davenport entries will receive the second largest check of S638.66. Other money winners are: Council Bluffs, $203.75; Newton $162.50; Waterloo, $103.50; Fort Dodge, $95; Sioux City, $89.25 Dubuque, $61.50; and Burlington ?61.50. ' Smaller checks will go to Mason City, Ames, Creston, Clinton, Cedar Rapids, Marshalltown anc Paullina. ARON WINS BOUT CHICAGO, W--Milt Aron clever Dubuque, Iowa, welter weight, strengthened his chance for a title bout with Barney Ros. this summer by decisively out pointing Gaston Le Cadere o Paris, France, in an eight rouric bout Monday night. In Cyclone jobs Central Dutch Win in Parsons Tussle FAIRF1ELD, (ff)--Central college defeated the Parsons basketball team 38 to 29 in an Iowa conference game here Monday night. Central led 20 to 11 at halftime and used reserves to maintain that margin through the entire second half. Beavers Turn Last Drive on to Win Go STORM LAKE, (£)--Buena Vista staged a scoring drive in the last 10 minutes to . down Wartburg college 46 to 39 in an Iowa conference basketball game here Monday night. Layman, Buena Vista forward, led the attack with 19 points. CHARLES McCAFFREE Don Lash Wants to Run for Cop's Job BLOOMINGTON, (fP) -- When Don Lash, Indiana university's iron man" distance 'runner, decides to give up chasing world track records he intends to devote his time to chasing criminals. Lash, who set a new world's indoor record for the two.mile run at Boston Saturday night by running the distance in 8:58, returned here Tuesday and immediately started running again. But before he started out on a four mile jaunt he disclosed he iias become interested in police methods and law enforcement problems and would like to get a iob with the Indiana state police when he leaves school. Lash is a enior at Indiana. GEORGE BRETNALL, 'owa Tank Squad to Meet Loop Paddlers IOWA CITY, (fl)-- The Urtiver- ity of Iowa's Big Ten swimming hampions, 44 to 40 winner over Chicago and tied by Nortnwest- rn, returned home Tuesday to repare for the Illinois meet here aturday. The Hawkeyes battled the Vildcat paddlers to a 42 to 42 tie t Evanston Monday, winning the 40 yard relay, last event,- to quare the score. Iowa defeated Chicago last Saturday night. ^latie Brown to Go Against Dusky Ace KANSAS CITY, ()--Natie Brown insists there is no significance in the fact Joe Louis is called the "Brown" Bomber. · Two hundred pounds of eagerness, the Washington Hebrew desired to do even better in his 10- round engagement with Louis Wednesday night than he did in 1935. Then he stayed 10 rounds with Joe--but he can't remember seven of them so well. NEW ATHLETIC TUTORS READY Iowa State Chooses Staff Coaches to Replace Older Pair. AMES-- George S. Bretnall and Charles R. McCaffree Jr., whose appointments as head track and head swimming coach, respectively, at Iowa State college were approved by the finance committee of the state board of education Monday, have behind them outstanding winning records' in their sports. Bretnall, 41 year old native of Iowa, has coachsd track at Baker university at Baldwin, Kans., for the past 14 years. His teams have been outstanding in the section and have won eight of the -last Civil Service Tests Announced by Price Civil service examinations lor positions as radio inspector in the federal communications commission, at $2,000 a year, and junior billing-bookkeeping machine operator, $1,440 a year, were announced here Tuesday. Further information concerning these tests is available at the office of C. E. Price, local secretary of the examining board. MOVIE By D. B. K. Who Is She? Your Federal Income Tax No. 13. Deduction for Business Expenses. . Cage Scores _/·· HIGH sciioor. Sacred Heart ( O e l w e J n ) 95; I. C. A. (Charlei City) 10. Belmond l£)-16i Britt 'JT-11. COI.I.6OK ^llnite^ota 43; Iowa .17. P u r i l u e Gl; I l l i n o i s :|1. O h i o State 33; N o r t h w e s t e r n .10. 55; Indiana 31. Nebraska ^0; Kansas Stale .17. j Oklahoma ~K; Towa Slate 2.. Central 3R; Parsons 2!). Duena Vista -15; W a r l b u r r 39. THURSDAY, February 18th Watch Your Daily Newspaper! nine Kansas conference championships in the sport. The new Cyclone track coach was born at Blairstown, graduated from Epwo'rth high schbol in 1315 and from Cornell college in 1921. As an undergraduatae at Cornell, Bretnall- was a member of the United States Olympic track team in 1920. Following his graduation Bretnall coached a year at Le- Mars high school. McCaffree, 29 year old University of Michigan graduate, is now employed as assistant swimming coach and assistant in the intramural department at his alma mater. Previous to this year he was swimming instructor in the Battle Creek, Mich., high school for six years. During his stay at the Michigan high school his teams won the stale championship all six years. The same six teams won 96 per cent of their rual meets among the fastest competition in the midwest. McCaffree is a native of South Dakota, being graduated from the Washington high school at Sioux Falls in 1926. He attended the University of Michigan where he won major letters in swimming and water polo. He wil receive his master's degree at Michigan this spring. Deductions for business expenses form a large item in the return of many taxpayers and must have certain qualities to be allowed. Such deduction must be for an expenditure in connection with the maintenance and operation of the taxpayer's business or business properties; it must be an ordinary expense and it must be a necessary expense. In insisting upon the latter qualifications, the Bureau of Internal Revenue is upheld by the Board of Tax Appeals and the courts. Ordinary and necessary expenses are only those which are usual and essential in the case of similar taxpayers, "and do not include extraordinary and . .nonessential expenses." Typical business expenses of a m e r c a n t i l e establishment a r e amounts paid for advertising, hire of clerks and other employes, rent, light, heat, water, stationery, stamps, telephone, property insurance and delivery expenses. The expenses of a manufacturing business include labor, supplies, repairs, light and heat, power, selling cost, administration, arid other similar charges. The farmer may deduct all amounts paid in the production, harvesting and marketing of crops, including labor, cost of seed and fertilizer used, cost of minor repairs to farm buildings (other than his dwelling), and small tools used up in the course of a year or two. A taxpayer may conduct more than one business and claim the business deductions of each. MOVIE MEMORIES Always near the top but never quite there, Miss ? ? ? appeared in the movies from about 1922 to 1930. One of her starring vehicles was the silent version of "Three Live Ghosts." She's not Greta Garbo, but she Is Swedish. Conditions for Movie Memories contest, which offers as its prizes complimentary tickets to Mason City's four theaters, the Lake at Clear Lake, and the Avery at Garner, are as follows: 1. Entries must be in Friday, Feb. 18, for local contestants, and by Saturday, Feb. 20, for those entering the out-of-town division. 2. Prizes will be given in two divisions, one for local entries, the other for out-of-town entries. 3. Each entry should be accompanied by a synopsis of at least 50 words in length concerning Miss ? ? ? 4. Names of Miss ? ·? -nust be spelled correctly. 5. Not more tiian one entry from the same address will be accepted. Entries should be sent to David B. Kaufman, Motion Picture Editor, Globe-Gazette, Ma- soTfi City, Iowa, · * a « Opening Tuesday at the Ceci was "The Great O'Malley," i which Irish Pat O'Brien and Ann Sheridan are starred. Chief sup LOSE TO A. I. B. HANSELL--The Hansell girls' basketball team lost to A. I. B. of Des Moines, 45 to 34, in a weekend basketball game. Real Estate Transfers Vein Huffman to Be , With Pro Grid Team DETROIT, )-- Vernon Huffman, star Indiana university athlete, said Tuesday he was "inclined to play football (professional) with the Detroit Lions next fall." Huffman, who needs another year of study to complete a law course, said William A. AHs, vice president oE the Detroit National Professional Football league club, suggested hd continue his studies in Detroit, while playing football. Iowa State Without. Cage Win in Season NORMAN, Okla. (!?\-- Iowa State college was still without a Big Six basketball victory for the season Tuesday, while the Oklahoma Sooners moved into v the second place as the result of a 28 to 22 victory over the Cyclones Monday night. Big Tee Connelley made 11 points lor individual scoring honors while Bob Blahnik dropped in 18 for the Cyclones. Jack Flemming, Iowa State's ace scorer, was held to one field basket but registered six free throws for a total of B points. . Cerro Gordo Abstract company to Allan F. Beck, 51 Q. C.'D., L 14 and the S IG'/i feet of L. 15, B. "O." South Mason City, 2-13-37. Grand ^'lew-Development com- Leo E. Allstot and Hazel Allstot, $1, L. 4, B. 1 in The Highlands, an Add. to Mason City, 211-37. Graney, Mollie, to Tiel- jens, 51, N 1 /- NW/4 8-97-20, 2-li- 37. Ashland, O. C., to L. E. Ashland, $1, SVi SEVi 19-96-21, 10-12-3G. Amundson, Ide E., to Mabel L. Amundson, $1, NV4 SEH 5-95-22, 2-13-37. Zirbel, Ella, to Mrs. Augusta M. Frenz, §1, L. 9, B. 6, Central Heights, 2-13-37. Kuhlers, Albert, and wife, to Henry B. Wende], $1, SE qr 8-9422. Feb. 11, 1937. Brush-Annis corporation to Floyd Mix, $1, lot 16, block 22 in Auditor's subdivision of lot 14 in subdivision of E half SE qr and that part of the E half NE qr of 18-96-20, lying south o£ railroad right of way. Dec. 18, 1936. HOVi, Pity the celebrity! Think of never being able to escape the watchful crowd long enough to scratch. --Dubunup Tfclcgraph-Hcrald. NUMSKUU, DEAR NOAH«IS THE SCIENTIFIC NAME FOR SNORING-SHEET MUSIC? DEAR. NOAH=IF A SALESMAN TOLD VtU HIS BOOK WOULD DO HALF OF YOUfS VvORK, VvOULD YOU BUY TWO OF THEM? PE1GGY PHIU-IPS "X. E/VRV/ OKL/S. ^ · A\AH-YOUR. HUMS NOTIONS TO HOA+I-CARg, OFTHIS PAPE MOVIE MENU CECIL--"The Great O'Malley" through Thursday. PALACE -- "Devil's Playground" and "Doctor Bull," cuds Tuesday. "Join the Marines" and "Night Waitress" starts Wednesday. STATE -- "Week-end Millionaire" and. "The Captain's Kid" ends Tuesday. "I Conquer tlic Sea" and "Two Sinners' start Wednesday. .STRAND -- "Dimples" and "Charlie Chan at the Racetracks" end Tuesday. "OI(i Hutch" and "Accusing Finger" start Wednesday. LAKE -- (Clear Lake) -"Come Closer Folks" Tuesday. "Great Guy" starts Wednesday. Playing for two days beginning ednesday at the 'oin the Manes" and "Night 'aitrcss." ·In- "Join HIB arincs" P a u l elly, June Tra- Ray Corrian, R e g i n a l d cnny. Sterling olio w a y a n d Varren Hymet ave the fea- ured voles, with Palace are MARGAT GRAHAME ielly portraying the part of an ilympic javelin-thrower. "Night Waitress" features Marot Grahame and Gordon Jones in he leading roles, nd tells the :ory of ' the ro- lance and ad- e n tu r e of a chooner captain nd girl with the a n Francisco ·aterfront as the ackground f o r tie story. Jones s the son of anGORDON JONES owa minister. * c » Steffi Duna Is starred in "I Conquer the Sea," which with Two Sinners" plays at Hie Slate Wednesday and Thursday. Hunting of whales Is told in "I Conquer the Sea" while In "Two Sinners" Minna Gombell, Otto Kruger, Martha Sleeper and Ferdinand Munier are featured. » V 3 Wallace Beery is seen as the town's most Indolent person in "Old Hutch," which with "Accusing Finger" plays at the Strand Wednesday and Thursday. Friday evening, having as guests Mr. and Mrs. Martin Cosgrifl', Jr., and daughter, Phyllis, Mrs. A. Jacobsen, Otto Jacobsen and Mr. and Mrs. Frank O'Rourk.' , Daughter Is Born. BRITT--Mr. and Mrs. Tom Hanson are parents of a daughter born Saturday night. This is their first child. CaritiR for Daughter. CARPENTER--Mrs. J. W. Matis Ute is caring for her daughter, Mrs. Charles Kuhlman, and infant gtandson. Injured in Fall. ' ALGONA--D. P. Smith, postof- fice employe, fell Saturday evening from the back door'steps and broke his ankle on the left foot. The ankle was out of joint and the 'ligaments were badly torn. He was brought from the hospital to his home Monday. Mrs. Mart Weaver was also taken home Monday having suffered a broken arm in a fall on (he ice last week. Creamery Officers Elected. TUDGEWAY--The board of directors of the Lincoln Creamery compiiny held a meeting at the bank Saturday for the purpose of hiring the secretary, buttermak- er and cream haulers. The following were rehired: Secretary, Orlando Sfme;- butlermaker, John Bakken; cream haulers, Nuell Anderson, Arthur Albertson, Richard Thompson, Lloyd Larson, Henry Christen and Ole Brenno. HOUSE BURNS NEAR PLYMOUTH Small Amount of Clothes Only Saved From Ed Factor Home. PLYMOUTH -- Fire destroyed the farm home, Hi miles northwest of Plymouth, owned by Charles Bernek and tenanted by the Ed Factor family. Mrs. Factor is ill in Missouri. Mr. Factor and his son were awakened by the flames and were able to get out but saved only a small amount of clothing. A defective flue was thought to have caused the blaze. Has 80th Birthday. CHAP1N--J. C. Lumley was given a surprise dinner at his home west of town Monday ·!«-· honor of his eightieth bh-thda'.v anniversary. On Feb. 12 T. H. Paseoe of this place celebrated his eighty-third birthday. Both men are pioneer residents o£ this community. · · Here and There MRADBY WILL SPEAK ·DECORAH -- Edward Bradby, field secretary of the International Student service, will lecture to the students and faculty of Luther college at chapel Monday, Feb. 22, Mr. Bradby will speak on the subject "European Youth and Politics." CEDAR VALLEY HILLBILLIES For Old and Young 26c--FRIDAY-- 40e AL MENKB SATURDAY $80 From Benefit. LAKE MILLS--More than $80 was realized from the benefit movie held last week. This fund was sent to the flood relief committee. Returns From California. CHAPIN--Lawrence Hueberg- er returned to his home here last week after a several weeks' visit at different points in California. Celebrates 50th Birthday. ., RIDGEWAY--A number of relatives met at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Elling Lundby Sunday to nelp her celebrate her fiftieth Birthday anniversary. Visit in Wisconsin. RAKE--Mr. and Mrs. Martin C. Olson left Saturday for a couple weeks' visit at the home of their son, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Olson and family at Westby, Wis. Aid Club Meets. PROTIVIN--The Ladies Aid club held a meeting at Mrs. W. M. Kalishek's home. In 500, first prize was won by Mrs. James Vrba and consolation by Mrs. Anna Pecih- ovsky. ; " , Visitor From Winnebaeo. BUFFALO' CENTER -- Merrill Spatks of Winnebago, Minn., spent the week-end in the C. A. Sparks nome. Miss Arlene Lewis of Lakota also visited with the Sparks'; Are Parents of Son. LAKE MILLS--Mr. and Mrs. Helmer Hoveland are parents of a 6 pound son born Sunday at the Naeve hospital at Albert Lea. Entertain at Dinner. BRITT--Mr. and Mrs. Charley O'Rourk entertained at dinner porting characters in "The Great O'Mallcy" are portrayed by Sybl! Jason and by Humphrey Bopart, the killer of "Petrified Forest." "The Great Q'lVIalley" is a lale of conflict between O'Brien, as a hard-boiled cop,, and Bogart, toughest o£ the screen's bad men. "March of Time" is on the same bill, with its subjects for this month "Conquering Cancer," 'Mid-Winter Vacations" and "Mormonism." James Carney returns to the screen In "Great Guy," which shows Wednesday and Thursday at the Lake theater at Clear Lake. Based on 'the "Johnny Cave" stories in the Saturday Eveiiiner Post, "Great Guy" lias- in lesser roles Mae Clarke, James Burke, Joseph Sawyer and Robert Gleckler. « (, 'JOIN THE MARINES" AND ·NIGHT WAITRESS" BOOKED AYO:Ion 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 $ $ WEDNESDAY THE BIG DAY--YOU CANT A F F O R D TO 3IISS IT! STARTING WEDNESDAY TWO ACE HITS! T1NFOR GET ABLE THRILLS! A flip From the Monster's Tall Smaihed Men lioat! THE SEA! Drama, of a. Man's Hopes and A Woman's Sweetness and Trust! OTTO K R U G E m "TWO SINNERS Martha Sleeper, M i n n a G o m n e l , Cora Sue Collink ivllli ' STEFFI DU. S t a n l e y M n r n e r l l n n r . Wallnri Thiinilay N l l h l ON THE STAGE TALENT QUEST ' Be rresent-- Moos* Your Favorite! i NOW SHOWING THROUGH THURSDAY Whea a Hot-Headed Irish Cop Comes to Death Grips With a Coltl-Blobded Gun-Mad Killer . . . You'd tetter start bracing yourself for (he year's biffgest screen tlirilH SYBIL PAT O'BRIEN JASON THE GREAT with ANN SHERIDAN HUMPHREY BOGAKT EXTRA NEW ISSUE OF 'MARCH of TIME" Starts Saturday J o a n CrR\v-rorfl Win, Powell bl. Montgomery "Last of Mrs. Cheyney' C O M I N G NliXT TUBS.. "OAM1LLE" with GRETA GAKttO HOBT. TAYLOR ENDS TUESDAY . . RICHARD . WILL DIX in Tuesday--the Big Day! COME CLOSER FOLKS" with JAMES DUNN Wednesday Thursday TWO GRAND FEATURES The DANGEROUS ROMANCE of a SOLDIER of FORTUNE. and a waterfront girl! HBCHT Margot GRAHAME GORDON JONES Fun For All Paul Kelly - June Travis ROGERS in "DR. BULL" "DEVIL'S PLAYGROUND" To the Ladies--Roses of Sharon Dinnerware Every Wed., Thurs. WED. THURS. TWO BIG SHOWS! TEN BIG BARGAINS! MAT.lGc EVE.21c ·TWE LAZIEST MAN in the WORLD! // WALlACi mo HUTCHI -CECILIA PARKER CONDEMNED "The Accusing Finger" with Paul Kelly · Robt. Cunimliiffs WEDNESDAY COUNTRY STORE NITE IT TOPS THEM ALL--TISIT OUR BIG BARGAIN STORE IT'S SMART TO SAVE! w 1 (!!: I Ena.s Tonlte "DIMPLES" and "r.htrllr Oun » t t h e Hftee Track' 1 t

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