Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on February 18, 1937 · Page 14
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Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, February 18, 1937
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ff*'^^ «a* rjses^^ ' FOURTEEN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, FEBRUAKY 18 \ '-I.! -·' i -,' J SPORT SECTION BAKERS TOTAL BEST0F NIGHT Diamond Bread Takes Top Honors, Lyons and Fiorimel Win. Lyons and Fiorimel each won two games from D, K. Lundberg and Coca Cola in the, Women's bowling league Wednesday night, while Diamond : Bread was hand- TOPS M-W MEET ;Giles Prendergast 'rolled a 247 high single to win the Montgomery W a r d weekly bowling tournament Wednesday night, and combined with Earl Esler fo take the doubles . With a 651 total. The Casey- Simmons team was second in the doubles with 541. ed three contests' b'yVdefault and roiled the high total, 1,879. pins. · 'Thompson's 496 for three games ,;and 210 high single were the best .individual marks for the evening. FLORLMEL : Players-- . Ast 2nd 3rd Total ^Sinner 1 I C 97 115 358 Chuick i . . - . . . . j 112 111 131 357 . B a i l e y 131 13t ISO. 301 T h o m p s o n - . , . . 2 1 1 1 1C1 · 132 495 Actual Pins SCO -18TM ·Handicap · , . . . 68 R 510 IGOi 68 201 TOTAL PINS .. , 637 501 COS 1806 COCA COLA Players-- 1st 2nd 3rd Total Slubbs 114 116 I I ? 317 Herrmann . . , . 1 . . . . . . 1J8 163 136 4j7 Hoe 100 100 JOU 300 A l b r e c h l , . . . . . - . 108 132 105 3iS A c t u a l PJnJ .HO B i t J!l! ]«» Handicap ,. «fl 73 79 231 TOTAL FINS 310 580 337 1616 D. K. LUNDBERG rlar'rs-- lit Unit 3rd Tola! IVolinak 130 171 llfi 147- Uoujherty 113 137 147 397 Trice 351 US 124 433 Cola S3 03 135 200 Actual Pins . . . . . . . 476 548 .512 I5GG Handicap . . . . . . . . . 85 85 85 335 TOTAL PINS . . . . . . . 561 633 627 1821 1 LYONS Players-- 1st 2nd 3rd Total Zwerneman 118 114 145 377 Bashgens' :. 324 131 125 380 Lelnhaas . . . . . . . . . . . . 129 125 135 ' 3 8 9 Repp 129 1 4 8 - 1 8 8 465 Actual Pins 500 518 593 1611 Handicap . . . . . . . . . 15 75 75 235 TOTAI, PINS ....,:. 575 593 668 1830 DIAMOND B R E A D Players-- ' 1st 2nd 3rd To(«l M l c f c 187 IS! 113 431 Cftokman 137 I f i l 14n 4-n Glaiivine inn 131 137 377 YandA ,174 130 17fi 4RCt Actual rim em sun . D M 17B» · ' H a n d i c a p 27 27 27 X I TOTAL TINS Mi 583 «62 1878 DECKER'S For/ell. Cage Scores FRIDAY GAMES v Class - B er Iowa n as vs. Pabst. . ClMs A . shall nnd S w i f t vs. Ro ·Buffalo Center Girl . Dies of Pneumonia ; BUFFALO CENTER--Miss Fern Stenerson, 19, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Stenerson, died early Thursday morning from plural pneumonia. She had been ill two weeks and in the hospital 10 days. Surviving are her parents, a brother, Ross, near Buffalo Center, and three sisters, Mrs. E. D. Miller o'f-CIear Lake, Mrs; V. H. Hamlett of Strawberry Point, and Mrs. Richard Thompson. F o u r t e e n years ago this same month a brother, also aged 19, died of the same disease,'- pneumonia. Increase Noted in ,: IERA Relief Rolls ·. DBS MOINES, (£)--The Iowa emergency relief administration reported Monday there were 27,651 relief cases in- Iowa during the last month, an increase of 5,948 families from the December rolls. : . "This was a 27 per cent increase in. relief families between December,.::: 1936,:· and -January, FRIDAY.- SATURDAY lOc--BARGAIN DAYS--16c TZD LEWIS AND HIS BAND . . '.--In-- . . · "HEBE COSIES THE BAND" With Virginia Bruce . Ted Heily \ -- p l u s -- . "SONG OF, THE GHINGO" with Tex Killer, the SlnKinir Cowboy Knot Thursday--"GREAT GCY," 1937, as compared with a 13 per cent decrease during the corresponding months a year ago," the IERA said. The increase was attributed to "change in p o 1 i c i e s of the WPA and resettlement administration, severe weather, seasonal needs and an abnormal amount ot illness." Planning Deck for Kitchen Is Helpful When planning to build a new home, the prospective o w n e r should know exactly how to finance the project and what special features the house should include. A planning desk in the kitchen is a help to every woman who plans to do her own or even part of the housework. And the insured mortgage system of the Federal Housing administration .will make it possible to get a mortgage for as much as 80 per cent of the appraised value of the property. Real Estate Transfers Homey, H. S., to Lola Reynolds, $1, L. 387 Midland Heights,' an Add. to Mason City, 12-17-36. Rtdgeway, Joy, County Treasurer, to M. J. 'Haaheim, 5339.62, L. 17, B. 9 in Wildwood Add. to Mason City, 2-12-37. Merchants National bank of Aurora and .Daniel V. McWethy, trustees under will of Edward G. McWethy, deceased, to Jay K. Decker, trustee under will of Jacob E. Decker, deceased, 515,105, SWV4 27-97-22, except.! acre, 210-37. Northup, Snodie and husband, to Goldie Sorsenson, $1, L. 6, B. 12 Parker's Fourth Add. to Mason City, 2-1-37. PHONE 922 FOR YOUR PROOF Our Used Cars are First in Quality, first in values; and first in the hearts of buyers who look for better transportation at low prices. · '36 Ford Tudor, New Hot Wafer Heater. . . . $495 '35 Chevrolet Master Coach, Kari-Keen T r u n k . . . $475 '35 Chevrolet Coach, $395; '35 Ford Tudor. .. . . . $395 '33 Ford V-8 Tudor, Radio/ Heater ond Other Extras ?325 '33 Ford V-8 Tudor $275; '33 Chev. Master Coach $325 : 50 Other Cars and Trucks to Choose From, No Matter Where You Buy You Will Be Glad You Looked at the Bargain Center of North Iowa. ' · * Our Prices Are on the Wmdshiold--in Plain Sight. fcES Wmfrom PJE/bShH^ . Phones 922-3 3I53 Lunch for Lawmaker After a strenuous morning of lawmakinp, Senator George M. Hopkins, 1 0 , ' ( R ) of Giithrle county, who thinks there is no cooking like home cooking, repairs to the balcony above the senate chamber with Mrs. Hopkins to enjoy the lunch they Tiring with them. (Iowa. Daily Press Photo) . . Here and There Ladies Aid Meets. WODEN--The Lutheran Ladies aid met at the farm home of Mrs. R: M. Smith Wednesday afternoon. . , ' , , . Former Resident Dies. WHITTEMORE--Word was received here of the death o£ Jens Madsen, former Whittemore resident, who succumbed at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. Ottosen at.Al- den, Minn. Funeral services were held at Ihe Danish Lutheran church in Alden and burial was made in the Alden cemetery. He was the father of William. Madsen who lives northwest of Whittemore. "W. R. C. Meeting Held. CLARION--The regular meeting of the Woman's Relief corps was held Tuesday evening at Hansen's hall. A short business meeting was held after which a program commemorating Washington's birthday was presented. Also, a tap dance given by Marjorie Homerding and two vocal solos by Anna Mae Homerding were enjoyed. Following the program refreshments were served, proceeds of which were donated to the American Red Cross relief fund. Moving Near Portland. ROCKWELL--Milton W. Smedley plans to move with his family to a farm near Portland March 1. The Titus place vacated by Mr. Smedley will be tenanted the coming season by John Feldhus. Dinner Bridge Party, BELMOND--Mr. and Mrs. L. Grant entertained the members of the. Dinner Bridge club Tuesday evening. Mrs." A. M.-Sones and W. A. Parker'held high score for the evening. Submits o Operation. ROCKWELL--James. Dougherty, 18, Dougherty, underwent an operation for appendicitis at the Rockwell hospital Tuesday. \Vin Favors la Bridge. . BHITT -- Mrs. Donald McGreevey entertained the L. B. club at a dinner Tuesday evening. Favors, in, bridge were awarded Mrs. Ray Kelly and Mrs. F. J, Redden. O. E. S. School Held. BUFFALO CENTER -- Rainbow chapter of the O. .E. S., held a school of instruction in the chapter rooms Wednesday, Mrs. A.-R. Lenz, instructor for district No. 3, presiding. A special meeting of the lodge was held Wednesday '. evening. Get First Places. THOMPSON--The home declamatory contest was held in the high school assembly. Amos Hagenson was awarded first in the oratorical section. Lucille Robin son was first in dramatic and ieleri Nelson, first in humorous. Hostesses to Society. BUFFALO CENTER--Mrs. I. H. Termite and Mrs. Nels Barsness were hostesses to the Norwegian ~ adies aid Wednesday afternoon. Return From Story City. BUFFALO CENTER--Mr. and Mrs. Wier Frette returned Tuesday from Story City Where they visited Mrs. Frette's mother, Mrs. Hanson, who is ill. .Winners in Declamatory. KANAWHA-- The declamatory contest of the Kanawha junior high school was.held Wednesday evening at the primary school building. Following are the winners: Dramatic, Barbara Jean Hankin, first and Arlenc Tandi, second; humorous, Lucille Burnquist, first and Isabel Larsen, second. Meet at Koci Home. PLYMOUTH -- The Farmers Wives and Daughters met .Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs. J. Koci 6% miles southeast of Plymouth, for an all day meeting. Adequate Lighting Aid to Merchants The progressive merchant assures himself that there is sufficient light, of the right quality, free from glare, and of even distribution in his establishment. Adequate general illumination of the store is essential for the rapid moving of merchandise and productive sales. The Federal Housing program makes it possible for merchants to purchase and install the correct lighting needs for his place of business. ir EXCMZ AcldltyHaa Caui.d Stomach Ulcers FREE ion't pay a cent. If you have stomach ulcers, stomach pains, ffa», heartburn, vomiting or other distress due to excess acidity, rot Udrfa FAKB. Based on a. stomach specialist's prescription. Safe, pleasant, quick. Over 54 000 neopla have yrritten lettera of pralae. Gener- QUB trJal package. FftEfi, at Michael, Ford Hopkins and. Walgreen Dru E Stores. --ttEAS 'OLD TIME DANCE Ladles 26c FRIDAY Men 40 c AVBIT CEDAR VALLEY HILL BILLIES AL MENKE SATURDAY Court Hussey coming Tuesday for another Couples Only Dance. Tables for All; SPECIAL BUS es st 1 O'clock Sal. Nlchi FRI. - SAT. Mat. 16c Eve. 21c FOUR UNIT FUN AND THRILL SHOW HOOT GIBSON in "CAVALCADE OF THE WEST" WORLD LATEST NEWS FLASHES JOE E. BROWN in "SONS O' GUNS" with Joan Blondell EDDIE RICKENBACKER "ACE DRUMMOND" GIFTS TO KIDDIES SATURDAY MATINEE ENDS THURSDAY KITE 'OLD HUTCH' and THE ACCUSING FINGER' STATE Ends Thursday: "I CONQUER TIIE SEA" "TWO SINNERS" $$$ "^ SCREENO : $$$ CITHE USTLE85! SCIEMIKC micmisr ...Hi 1 loll lirl jfiiut . tkinrld /-.·illli.c,,, iltill FRIDAY - SATURDAY Tho First 1009 American Serial 'Ouster's Last Stand' SPECIAL, KIDDIES MATINEE SATURDAY ONE HOUR OF LAUGHS--COMEDIES--CARTOONS MOVIE PARADE. By D. B. K. DANGEROUS NUMBER" ALACE, CECIL FILM Playing Friday only at the ecil and Palace will be the giddy omedy, "Dangerous' Number," a arcial picture starring Robert 'oumj and Ann Sothern. In lesser roles are Reginald .wen, Cora Witherspoon, Dean agger and Maria Shelton. An unpretentious little comedy, Dangerous Number" should prove ppealing to the majority of the- tergoers. 0 0 * Willis Patton of Mason City can be seen in.(lie Iowa News Flashes newsreel at the Cecil Thursday and Friday in shots depicting: the manner in which he won the stale singles title. * * * Its beginning apparently based n the well publicized story which esuUed in. an Olympic team mem-' er being barred from participa- ing in the last Olympiad because £ drinking, "Join the Marines" is n enjoyable light : rriovie which tarts in New York City and ends MOVIE MENU CECIL--"The Great O'Malley" ends Thursday. "Dangerous Number" Friday. PALACE--"Join the Marines" and "Nighi Waitress" e n d Thursday. "Dangerous Number" Friday. STATE--"Two Sinners" and "I Conquer the Sea" end Thursday. "The Case of the Black Cat" and "Valley of Terror" start Friday. · STBAND--"Old Hutch" and "Accusing Finger" end Thursday. "Cavalcade of the West" and "Sons O' Guns" start Friday. L A K E -- (Clear take)-"Great Guy" ends Thursday. "Here Comes the Band" and "Song of the Gringo" start Friday. n the South' sea islands. Paul Kelly and June Travis head the cast of this film which ends Thursday at the P.alace. Not as good as "Join the Marines," but a brisk, fast moving picture, the second feature "Nighl .Valtrcss" glorifies the waitress, hat is, it is supposed to glor- fy the waitress,. Margot Grahame as a waitress seems miscast for ler diction and mannerisms are hardly fitting against a waterfront fish joint. Casting throught the picture, for hat matter, is a sloppy job. Gangsters in this melodrama are remindful of little 'boys .trying to e bad boys, as is the lover of ':his opus, Gordon Jones, who ;eems uneasy in his first leading role as he plays the hero of the drammer. ' * « - « Hoot Gibson as a pony'express rider of the six-tics is starred in the melodrama, "Cavalcade of the West," which with "Sons O' Guns" plays at the-Strand Friday and Saturday. Joe E. Brown is starred In the latter cinema. * » * · At the State Friday and Saturday will be "The Case of the Black Cat," a Perry Mason mystery story starring Warren William and Genevleye Tobln, and the Kermlt Mayriard picture, "Valley of Terror." * * * Ted Lewis and his orchestra lead the 'cast In "Here Comes the Band," which comes to the Lake theater at Clear Lake Friday and Saturday with "Song of the Gringo," In which Tex Kilter is starred. In the Ted Lewis cinema are Virginia Bruce, Ted Healy, Nat P e n d l e t o n and others. Leased to Hampton Company. COULTER--Arthur Larson purchased the implement building in Coulter and has leased it to the Hampton Implement company which will occupy it March 1 with a new stock of farm implements and accessories. AUTO MISHAP VICTIM BURIED McAllister of Emmetsburg Survived by Widow, 6 Daughters. EMMETSBURG--Funeral services were held here Thursday for Sherman (Mickey) McAllister, 61, automobile accident victim, who died Mooday night. McAHlister was struck by a car driven by Jack Maguire as he walked along highway 18 Saturday night. Maguire, who drove his car into a snowbank in an attempt to avoid hitting McAllister, was not held. . A widow and six daughters survive McAllister. He was a WPA laborer here. Two Masonic Officers Are Honored at Greene GREENE--The local Masonic lodge, with Arthur Lindell, W. M., was host to SO members as an honor to Harry L. Sear of Bristow, deputy grand master and J. Elliot Grayson, of Greene, grand tyler, Tuesday night at their regular meeting. Other towns represented were Wayerly, Charles City, Hampton, Dumont, Bristow and Allison. .Speakers of the evening were Harry Searle, J. Elliot Grayson .and H. L. Lockwood, and the music was furnished by the high school chorus. Henry Dralle ' was chairman of the serving committee. STARTS SAT. As real as your own family! As funny as your neighbors! UNCLE SLIM MOVES IK ON T H E J O N E S F A M I L Y »T THE COUNTY FAIX! Ends Thursday: "Night Waitress," "Join the Marines" Free dinnerware to the ladies! Woman Hurt When Knife for Fixing Washer Slips DUMONT--Mrs. H. J. Miller, living 4 miles east on No. 10 and south o£ the paving, was taken to the Waverly hospital following a peculiar accident. In attempting to adjust something on the washing machine with a big butcher knife, it slipped and cut her left forefinger deeply. It took several hours at the hospital to find the cords to join them again. FRIDAY · Is The Day TO GO To The New Cecil Palace Avoid the evening crowd T)y attending: the matinee; Plus^-"A Girl's Best Year: Musical Novelty "Singing Wheels" ' Sportlight THE liOMC OF MIKROPnONIC SOUND I SHOWING LAST TIME THURS. PAT O'BRIEN in "THE GREAT I O'MALLEY"--also "MARCH OP TIME" I Starts SATURDAY Gaily modern goes gorgeous Joan'...with suave Bill Powell and debonair Bob Montgomery! Merrily yours are these three grand stars in the romantic story of a girl from "the five-and-ten" .who vowed to steal..-. or marry ... a million! Light-hearted Fun as you romp with these'light-fingered rascals! You'll say it's THE NEW STAR-SPANGLED M-G-M SENSATION! JOAN CRAWFORD WILLIAM POWELL WMONJGOM9W For Your Convenience Complete LATE SHOW SATURDAY NIGHT AT 1 0 P . M . In the giy p i c t u r e rWe from FREDERICK LONSDALE'S grit · lag* pf«y M O R G A N NIGEL \ BRUCE * Produtfd br Lawitno Wilngarttn -- ADDED SUBJECTS -HARRY RESER AND HIS ESKIMOS FAMOUS RADIO STRING BAND LATEST PARAMOUNT NEWS EVENTS LOOK! LOOK! COMING NEXT TUESDAY--"CAMILLE" with GARBO and ROBT. TAYLOR' COMING SOON--"ON THE AVENUE" with BIG STAR CAST--"MAID OP SALEM" with Claudette Colbert, Fred MacMurray--"THAT GIRL FROM PARTS"--"RIAYTIME"--"WHEN YOU'RE IN LOVE"--"PARNELL" '

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