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TUESDAY, MARCH 7, 1939 E-GAZETTE .SPORTS SECTION Michigan, Chicago Find Pep in Closing Contests Iowa Shoved Down PITT U DROPS COACH AIDES No Staff Member Is Left for Panthers as Sutherland Goes PITTSBURGH, (#)--The Uni versify of Pittsburgh, a gridiron power for more than two decades had no football coach Tuesday-not even a single assistant--to carry on the program of strictly amateur athletics established by Dr. John G. Bowman, Pitt chancellor. While friends of Dr. John Bain Sutherland, who resigned as head coach because he said he found conditions at Pitt "intolerable," speculated that he would remain on the sidelines for the 1939 season, the university announced his four remaining assistants had been relieved of then- duties. This, the announcement said, was to give the-new head coach-whoever that may be--a free hand in choosing his aides. No applications for Sutherland's position have been received, the university said. Four of Sutherland's assistants previously had resigned either to devote full time to business or to accept other positions. The remaining four dismissed yesterday were Mike Nicksick, halfback tutor; John Michelosen, quarterback mentor; Don Hensley and Frank Souchafc, center and end coaches respectively.' Dr. Sutherland said he mitr^t try his hand at commercla newspaper or radio work, a source of revenue restricted to him under the Bowman code. Although Athletic D i r e e t c James Hagan of Pitt asserte there would be "absolutely n announcement made until th new coach is selected and signed, the impression here was that fiv former Pitt stars stood out likely prospects. These were: Charles Bowser, former Suth erland aide; Andy Gustafson, an other former Sutherland aide am now assistant at Dartmouth Tommy Dayies, coach at Scran ton university; Harvey Harman Rutgers tutor, and--least likely o all--Bill Kern of Carnegie Tech. ,Manero-Snead Pair Wins in Four-Ball CORAL GABLES, Fla., (/P)-Ralph Guldahl and Sam Snead survivors o£ a 39-hole battle in which par was massacred, drev a deep breath and went out to di battle with Lawson Little and Tony Manero. in the semifinals of the 55,000 international four- ball golf tournament. Paul Runyan and Horton Smith who also escaped by the proverbial skin of their teeth en- gagedHenry Picard and Johnny Revolta on the other side of the bracket. MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE Charles City Globe-Gazette OFFICE PHONE 1052 Office at 603 Riverside Drive to Bottom Step by Minnesota Defeat CHICAGO, (/P)--The surprising rejuvenation of the Michigan and Chicago basketball teams featured the waning Big Ten basketball race, but they started too late to escape second division berths. Tailenders or nearly so all season long, the Wolves and Maroons came to life long enough to win their last two games each, there- Stephens Star CHICAGO, (5)_The 1938-9 western conference all-star basketball teams selected by Big Ten coaches for the Associated Press: James Hull. Ohio Stale P F S ' IP 5*U" 3en Stephens; Iowa F 21 B' fis Uehner, Illinois C 24 6' 3" ~;;.V.^ rt A " dr «5, Indiana G 20 6' William Hapac, Illinois G 20 G' Z" _ SECOND TEAM Forwards--John Kundla. Minnesota and Robert Lynch, Ohio State. Center-John Schlck, Ohio State. Guards--Fred HONOHABLE MENTION · Forwards--Armstrong. Indiana: Izney =urdu; Koblc, Northwestern. Cente"£- MenJte. Indiana; Anderson, Purdue IjUarcis--Huffman. Indiana; Bouehner CMiio Stale.- -MakJ. Minnesota; Sick jUnnesota; Wardley, Nisbet. nllnoU: -Hester Slurphy, Chicago; Vance, North- Sam Hale Has Fight With Rookies Ahead NEW ORLEANS,' (/P)-Second Baseman Sammy Hale of thi Cleveland Indians after his firs workout Monday finds he faces quite a fight for his job from ttu Tribe's rookies. Outfielders Julius Solters and Bruce - Campbell, other veterans are better off. First Baseman Ha irosky, Outfielders Roy Weather- Jy and Ben Chapman and si\ holdouts still are absent Ossie Bluege Ranks Tops With Senators ORLANDO, Fla., W)_Manager ,^ u = k .y Har ris admitted Tuesday iolo w c i i ? sslest filler among his 1939 Washington Senators is O%si e Bluege_a fellow who's been with the club 18 years. "Fielders like Bluege," he said come along once in a lifetime." Jim Gleeson Steals Show With Cub Nine .AVALON, Cal., f*)--Ji m Glee son, the rookie outfielder of the Chicago Cubs, has stolen the show practice 5 '"^ ^"^ ! " battin ° On the defensive side of the ledger, Earl WhitehiU, the ancient southpaw obtained f ram th CUBS WIN GAJ.IE HAYFIELD _ The Hayfield Cubs defeated Forest City's Inde- night basketball game here. 0 " 3y Electric Motor Repairing By Experienced fllen NEW AND USED MOTORS BOUGHT AND SOLD ZACK BROS. ELECTRIC CO. 306 2nd S. W. Phone 977 y escaping the basement in the final standings. That dubious honor went to owa's HawKeyes, who-sunk to last lace Monday night by losing to linnesofa, 43 to 54. Chicago's sec- nd straight victim was Purdue P to 26, and Michigan notched its econd in ,a row at the expense of vorthwestern, 32 to 26. jThe defeat dropped Purdue to *-th place and Minnesota's ' victory moved the Gophers, into fourth place behind the Ohio State champions, Indiana in second fejS* TMJ no '?- il1 M Pla^. ATTENDANCE OF 150 AT RALLY Boy Scout Program Features 9 Events of Regular Routine CHARLES CITY _ There was an attendance of about 150 at the Boy Scout rally of the east district Monday evening. The meeting held in the manual arts building was attended by Boy Scouts executives and parents. Nine events were featured including Morse signaling, first aid fire by friction, bugling, semaphore signaling, knot tying, fire by flint and steel, undress and dress relay and tower building. The troops were rated according to efficiency as follows: Troop 72, Charles City, and 28 of Marble Rock, A rating; troop 71, Charles City, C rating; troop 60, Charles City, D rating, and troop 39 Floyd, D rating. Troop 28 is sponsored by. the Marble Rock businessmen with O. K. Conklin as scoutmaster and troop 72, Charles City, is sponsored by a group of citizens with John Mitchell as scoutmaster. Russell McMains conducted the rally in the absence of Dr. A. L. Miller, commissioner. S. L. Malmsten served as official score keeper and troop committeemen acted as judges. News Correspondent, Phone 318 Addresses Rotary Group's Meeting Don K. Sandell, Manager Residence Phone, 937-J Charles City Briefs Michigan and Chicago advanced into a seventh-place tie with Wisconsin while Northwestern held on to sixth despite its loss The final standings: "" L. pet. TP op 2 .834 498 415 3 .750 SOB «E 4 .637 433 3i a 3 .583 408 350 6 .500 406 401 1 .417 366 4E 8 .333· 369 422 8 .333 333 422 8 .333 352 531 9 .250 417 450 Ohio state ..... Indiana ........ 3 Illinois ......... a Minnesota .... 7 Northwestern iVlsconsin Michigan Bowling BOTD Householder IS' ' 1( f alck Actual Pins Handicap . IH 135 · "I 137 "6 167 . 147 157 133 163 303 156 429 1 434 145 566 189 4SO 153 . 19Q 82 774 834 2398 799 82 82 248 82 Total Pins 872 836 918 ,,, B i B SHOE ^Players- i st 2nd 3rd Total Av. 2641 881 , -- ,, 167 148 9 wel l 188 138 3irenbaum 160 1*8 on:s 147 156 - a « 0 14! 13S 174 165 155 222 135 489 163 507 169 48-! 161 523 175 432 144 CHARtES CITY--Mrs. T. M. Parrish is a patient in the Cedar Valley hospital receiving treatment for two fractured bones in her leg as a result of a fall. Mrs. Ada Faulkner of Spirit Lake was admitted to the hos- C ital for a hip fracture. She had een called to Orchard by the death of a relative. Mrs. E. A. Pfenniger is also a patient in the hospital, having iractured her shoulder. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lampman purchased the Morrison house at 503 North Joslin street from the administrator of the estate. Mrs. Lampman's mother and sister from Black Earth, Wis., will move here and occupy the house Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Fisher are the parents of a daughter. Miss Edna Gauger of Rockford has returned home following a major operation in the Cedar Valley hospital. Mrs. Henry Birk, Jr., and Mrs. Arda Bolendaugh had operations in the Cedar Valley hospital Charles A. Knapp, a former resident of this county, died at his home in Cook, Minn., Monday. He BOK'S TOWER IS DESCRIBED Famous Sanctuary in Florida Subject of Address at Club CHARLES CITiT--Miss Mabel Riddle was hostess, to the Saint Charles Women's club Monday evening at her home, 204 West Kelly street. The program was in charge of Miss Mary Korinke who described the Singing Tower and Sanctuary built by the late Edward W. Bpk near Lake Wales, Milton B. Medary, architect, designed the tower and the landscaping was planned by Frederick Law Olmstead. The Carillon Bells weigh from 12 pounds to 24,000 Jbs. Anton Brees, noted carilloneur from Belgium, plays each day during the winter months. Miss Marie Skjevland', president conducted the busfness meeting after which the hostess "Three Musketeers""at Cecil; Mystery r* r*A\/n i l c r^K» KA^.^*- ~L. /-\.i_i i i . * t * Movie Ameche i'SSSSaaraSsSSaMS served. CHARLES CITY--Joe Long, DCS I\Ioincs, secretary of the Iowa Taxpayers' association, was the speaker at the Rotary club meeting- Monday- noon in the Saint Charles hotel. Mr. Long did not talk about taxes" but chose inslead to express his views on human relations in civic and business life. D. J. Skyrme was chairman of the program and George Buckman presided at the business meeting. Actual Pins ... SOI 714 BS2 2437 812 Handicap 86 56 86 258 86 otal_Pins ...... 887 660 !MB 2695 GOLDEN" GLOW 'errias Bev _ -_ Dcsomery Total Pins . 150 . 153 . 172 . 140 132 170 170 163 190 222 180 16= 512 531 584 491 895 141 13. ----- 201 160 Veb " 134 i S3 Actual Pins Handicap .. otal Pins ... ' -" * --^ 29 75 25 oiis^," 51 *TM~TM 1st 2nd 3rd Total'Av. 'P HI 198 555 15 182 175 175 527 17B 135 221 166 ·513 138 502 194 5« 183 . 901 . 301 830 655 101 101 2626 87S 303 101 Player Vail loc "olb [arlno oiling ... Actual Pins Handicap .. otal Pins IM2 Ml 33S 2923 977 BAVEV'S 1st 2nd 3rd Total Av. ... 154 ISO 16ff 510 170 . 210 175 187 . 196 321 161 155 155 155 243 168 192 . 958 . 13 »9 861 13 13 i st 2nd 3rd . Firkl Actual Pins ... Handicap ..... otal Pja, IS IS 202 202 191 193 603 201 2733 909 568 189 Don Padgett to Get Mask, Pad Training ST. PETERSBURG, (fp)~Don Padgett may be a catcher from now on, Manager Ray Blades o the St. Louis Cardinals has hinted Don, already scheduled to'star behind the plate in the Cards f i r s t exhibition against the Yankees, w i l l be a receive throughout the Grapefruit leagu' season, Blades declared." Rookie Catcher Has First-Base Chance ST. PETERSBURG, Fla., (ffi)-- Ken Sears, the husky catcher from Norfolk, is working out at firs base for the New York Yankees Joe McCarthy thinks he is a pretty good hitter and is toying with the notion he would be a handy man to retain to replace Gehrig. Sears is not much of a first baseman now. Last Second Score Earns.Bee Victory ass 855 63 63 2583 SCI 189 63 Player*. . pson ward aufman 918 903 2772 924 QUAT.1TV FRUIT 1st 2nd 3rd Total Av. 210 16' ISo 3G5 IK) '« »! "I 485 1C2 '·« !·' U3 -KM 161 1« IBS 190 520 173 1" 130 177 45.1 151 Actual Pins Handicap .. olal Pins .. . . 817 . 60 7B3 909 2509 836 66 66 IDS 66 ISLAND, 111., (ff)--In one oi the closest games they have played this season, the St. Ambrose college Bees from Davenport defeated Augustana 32 to 30 here Monday night. A one-arm "push" shot by Jerry ODonnell, St. Ambrose center, broke a tie and gave the Bees a victory m the closing two seconds of the game. Augustana led 14 to 13 at the intermission. atltff '.'..'.'.'.'. Actual Pins Handicap otal Pins ... . 7-4 877 79!) 2451) 817 6fi £8 86 258 86 860 8«3 855 2703 803 HAYFIELD WIXS HAYFIELD _ Hayfield h i g h chool defeated Leland, 26 to 12 n a basketball game here Money night, taking a junior high chool contest, 18 to 13. FIGHT RESULTS By The Associated Press NEW VORK-JUo Kodak. 130 Chicaro cogllMd as f«thcpvcl«hl champio"^ »· Yo k (8'i OUtpollUcd A1 ""to. 128! i. Casey Stengel Keeps Eye on Boston Youth BRADTENTON, Fla., OP)--With four other National league clubs the Cubs, Giants, Pirates and Dodgers, interested in Max West despite his .234 average in 1938 Casey Stengel is going to await the arrival of the youngster at the Boston Bees' camp before making any decisions about the right field berth. Negro Race Star to "Sprint" Event Tiy " NEW YORK, (U.R)-John Bon- can Elberon, N. J., Negro undefeated at 1,000 yards or meters tnis season, dropped down to 600 yards Tuesday to give Charley Beetham a test in the feature event of the I02nd Engineers' indoor track meet. Borican holds the 1,000-meter h « n n n d o ° f tJ " e and Beetham ,,» 60 ?1 ? :ter champion. Run- ng against them will be Lou Bu . r " s °f »e 69th regiment A. C., and Sanford Goldberg of the Millrose A. A, Archie Sans Romani will start from scratch in the handicap mile this city. Mr. Cook and his family moved away from here 20 years ago. W. K. Carr, attorney, addressed legal clinic in Ottumwa Monday. The -Rev. J. E. DeLong will be the speaker at the meeting of the W. C. T U. Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. P. C Laoj,TM, 7!,T_^ T , w _ uaisty - ' " devotions. Movie Actress on Honeymoon Frances Drake, Hollywood movie actress, is honeymooning following marriage to Cecil John Arthur Howard, 30, brother of . the Earl of Suffolk. Howard is second son of the Dowager Countess of Suffolk, who has a winter home at Tucson, Ariz. against a field that includes Manhattan college's "big four," Bob Houlihan, Bob Conkling, Joe Mo- lair and Andy Neidnig. GOLFERS START NEW HAMPTON--Maynard Harmon, New Hampton h i g h chool golf coach, Monday issued a call for candidates. From the ast year's team he has six vetrans: Jack and Bob Rigler, Greg Acehy, Jr., Don Deluhry, Art jjobakken and Jack Merritt. FIGHT RESULTS Rahhi Gordon, the Rev. Riddington to Speak at Meetings CHAHLES CITY--Two out of town speakers are scheduled to address meetings here Tuesday and Wednesday. Rabbi Harold Gordon will address the Con«re- gational Men's club Wednesday evening when the wives of the members will be guests The Hey- E. C. Riddington, Fort Dodge, will address a Toivnsend meeting in the courthouse Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock ^ M ^ Hiddington will talk about the Townsend bill which will be debated in congress. Contracts Let for McKinley School's Alteration, Repairs CHARLES CITY--The board of education has let contracts for alterations and repairs on McKinley school house to the following firms: General contract, Harry E Starkey, $6,639; plumbing and heating, Mueller Plumbing and Heating company, $1,193; painting, A. W. Freeburg, $1,083.75- electric work, Erwin Peterson, $1,111; hardware, Muesel Hardware company,. $581.40; linoleum Daylight Store, $319. ~ ~ ^ ' ' ---- .._.,.-. Luke Appling Ready for White Sox Spot PASADENA, Cal., ()--The condition of Shortstop Luke An- TJl g ha l "k 66 "* 1 *e Chicago White Sox--who certainly need cheering--considerably. sgir " e ^ ^^«^s£kw^ "The Mystofoi^M^JVJc^l. th. Strand beginning Wednesday * John Howard is the English sleuth, Captain Drummond, in the picture, "Arrest . Bulldog Drummond," while Heather Angel is again his fiance. R e g i n aid Denny,. H. .B. Warner, E. E. C l i v e a n d George Zucco are lessors. C o - f eature, "Myst e r i o us Miss X," sees Michael Whal len and Chick 1 C h a n d l e r *j»ei- teamed o n c e more, with Mary Hart, Regis FILE 16 CASES AT NORTH WOOD District Court of Worth County Will Begin on March 13 WORTHWOOD- Sixteen were filed for the March cases term ----v» *i/i ui\; -Iflcti C/i LClJTL of district court in Worth county which will convene Monday, March 13, with Judge T. A. Beardmore of Charles City presiding Last Friday was the final day of filing for the coming term, eleven of the 16 cases being presented the last two days of the filing period. Eight applications for naturalization will be considered by the court on Tuesday of next week March 14, the second day of the term. An examiner from the district office will be here to examine those making application for naturalization at this time. Grand jurors will meet at 10 a. m. on Tuesday, March 14, and trial jurors will meet one week later, Tuesday, March 21. Those drawn for trial jury duty at the coming term are Ella Dodge Christ Pederson, Harold Kjerland' M. O. Stemhauer, Elsie Klove Carma Tenold, Stewart Estes ?ii ne f S w E ^ rs °5' C)ara Johnson, all of Northwod. H. S. Twedt, Gwendolyn Dernek, I. L. Meyer, Marvin Ben- legerdes, Mabel Brown, Manly- John Mahar, Helena Henderson, Gaylord Dahl, Lake Mills; Mae Houston, Harvey Hanson, Knut Flaaten, H. G. Lee, Ray White Ernest Brunsvold, Kensett; Harold puverson, Martha Calgaard, HatilontovTM; Beulah Urbatsch Adolph Shultz, Chris Walk Graf- T*1n» T"1«*.,.U *-· ' * ;r; MOVIE MENU CECIL--"The Three Musketeers" through Thursday. PALACE--"The Buke of West Point" and "The Girl Downstairs" end Tuesday. "Arrest Bulldog Drummond" and "The Mysterious Miss X." b e g i n Wednesday. STRAND--"Suez" and "Billy the Kid Returns" "end Tuesday. "Straight, Place and Show" and "The Mysterious Mr.'Moto begin Wednesday. STATE--"Four Daughters" and "My Old Kentucky Home" end Tuesday. "First lady" and "Expensive Husband" b e g i n Wednesday. LAKE--(Clear Lake)--''Ride a Crooked Mile" and "Going Places" through Wednesday. , a ra ton; Donald Severson, Carpente , arpe E. A. Walswick, Lyle, Minn Grand jurors are F. H Sie- . ie- brecht John Dralla, S. C. Hengesteg Martin Mostrom, Erick Ver- medahK_ Peter Larson, Northwood- L. C. Keruson, Kensett; Erick O Brunsvold, Hanlontown; Andrew Felland, Fertile; Knut Savre £^1% A lvi " Kruger, Graft ! Carl Benjegerdes, Manly. Applin 1937, . the league's top hitter .-., reported three pounds overweight but says his leg, broken last season is in fine shape and ready to stand the strain of a nen- nant chase, * EDDIE AT BO ONE . BOONE (/P)-Dr. Edward Anderson, the University of Iowa's new football coach, has accepted an invitation to address a dinner meeting of the Chamber of Commerce, Junior Chamber of Com- Annual Meeting of Plymouth Creamery to Be on Saturday --Th e annual meet- merce, Lions here in May. and Rotary clubs JOWAN LOSES MINNEAPOLIS, (JP)--Emmett Weller, 140, of St. Paul, won a decision over Cal McGraw, 140, of bioux City, Iowa, in a four round preliminary on a boxing show here Monday night FIGHT RESULTS By The Associated Press ^CINCINNATI-Normcnt Quarte? CHICACO-'Eddi'c " lender. 123. Washington, D. c. (8). uerta, 1 3B 138, Mrs. D. D. Bramweli New President of P. E. 0. at Hampton HAMPTON--Newly elected officers of chapter AE, P. E. O. are Mrs. D. D. Bramweli, president; Mrs J H. Boehmiler, vice president; Mrs. H. B. McGee, corres- aonding secretary; Mrs. E L But- I . er ' recording secretary; Mrs; J A. bheets, treasurer; Miss Florence Heebe, chaplain, and Mrs J M Burger, guard. Members of School Board File A a i n - , , ~ TM -i l l e annual meeting of the Plymouth Co-operativp creamery will be held in the high school gymnasium Saturday A cream scoring contest will take place at 10 a m . Prizes wUl be awarded. The buttermilk will be sold at this meeting A program featuring the movie. The Dairy Industry p- Iowa," will be given in the afternoon. Farm Bureau From Scarville Honors Mrs. Raymond Hauge SCARVILLE-The Farm Bureau met at the home of Mrs Gaylord Tenold on Friday. At this meeting a handkerchief showe'- was given in honor of their leader Mrs Raymond Hauge and her mother-in-law, Mrs. Albert Hauge who are moving from this vicinity' 25 Farmers in Area of Plymouth Given I. S. C. Certificates PLYMOUTH -- Twenty-five farmers in the Plymouth area have been awarded certificates by the Iowa State college extension service for producing high quality cream scoring 93 or better during the calendar year 1938 Those who received certificates were G. O. Heinselman, A P Graves, Johnson Bros., John Cobeen, Fay M. Cooper, Carson McNitt,' Stevens and Ion, °R. Su Claus ' Cliff Wickham, Floyd Wherry, Kate Dedina, Floyd Cobeen W. F. Wickham, Forrest Lair, William Werle, Williams and Chapm, Boyd Hodson. J o h n Brewer, Julius Bonn, E. E. Sutton, H. R. Callow, Ed Hovel and J P Lair. Toomey and Frank M. Thomas also in the whodunit. Lor re in London . . . Peter Lorre is the sleuth of "Mysterious Mr. Moto," with dear old London and the Limehouse as t h e b a c k ground. It's all about international spies and m u r d e r ers. Pretty M a r y Maguire, Henry Wilcoxon, E r i k Bhodes and Harold Huber are featured. "Expensive . Husband," with Patric Knowles, Beverly Roberts and Allyn Joslyn and 'First Lady" comprise the double feature booked at the State Wednesday and Thursday. If he makes some little effort to save a dime, he is so poor he must be stingy or so rich he isn't ashamed to be.--Cedar Bapids Gazette. NOW OPEN For Our Seventh Consecutive Season · Featuring Our Original Vegetable Hamburger · June Johnny CLEAR LAKE TATE 2 HITS ,,.- ~r"iT~, "' *·''· pfal 'zgraff and Charles Boylan, schoolboard mem- ers the past six years, have filed for re-election March 13. Other members are Harry Allen, William Alexander and Howard Pfaltzgraff, president uverne Creamery Association Meets LUVERNE--The Luverne Cemetery association will meet Thursday afternoon of this week at the community hall. This is annual dues paying day. The hostesses are Mrs. Fred Eaumgartner, and he Misses Grace Lichty and Hulda Fritzmeier. Methodist Aid to Gather on Thursday McINTIRE--The fourth division of the Methodist aid will hold its social aid in the dining room of the church Thursday afternoon. " "·"" is the captain of Mrs. Eastiand this division. Charity Club Will Meet Next Friday JOICE--The local Charity club will meet Friday after having been postponed because of other activities from last week. Mrs. Harry Johnson and Mrs. Emmet Johnson will serve. Ninety-seven Guernsey heifers were shipped early in 1939 from South Carolina to stock a plantation in the Bahama Islands. TUESDAY -- Your Last Chance to See! ·~ :: pour \Jaughters AND -- "MY OLD KENTUCKY HOME" BE HERE WEDNESDAY NITE 3 Hits Starts Wed. "EXPENSIVE HUSBAND' Patric Knowics "PERSONAL SECRETARY" with Joy HodRCS Special March of Time First Appearance In Territory MUSIC cf YESTERDAY' AND TODAY PLAYED BY , Dougherty Woman Has 89th Birthday DOUGHERTY - Mrs. Mary Mullen observed her eighty-ninth birthday March 1. Mrs. Mullen was an early pioneer resident 01 Dougherty township corning here m 1889 from Argyle, Wis. Lutheran Society Meets on Wednesday SHEFFIELD L The Lutheran Ladies Aid society will meet in the church basement Wednesday TM ^S 0 "'., Hos t esse s will be Mrs. Wearda " nd MrS ' Martin Legion Auxiliary Holds Card Party CARPENTER --The L e g i o n Au *fcary sponsored a card party in the Legion rooms Friday night M « Merle Nicholson and. Mrs Priem were hostesses. TUESDAY . WEDNESDAY TWO FEATUBES "GOING PLACES" --and-"RIDE A CROOKED MILE" Continuous From 2:00 P. M. STARTS THURSDAY "Thanfci For Everything" AMOROUS ADVENTURE! A STOKT MIU.IONS LOVED--NOW ON OUK SCREEN DON AMECHE RITZ BROS, in Pin MICKEY MOUSE CARTOON* "SOP "GUNGA DIN' ENDS I TUES. I MAT. 26c -U. Vj "DUKE OF WEST POINT 1 "GIRL DOWNSTAIRS' N E W WED. and THURS. ONLY 2 DAYS A Murder! Who Did 11! SEE- MICHAEL WHALEN in "MYSTERIOUS MISS X" -U. -- ENDS TUESDAY OTCHT -- TYRONE P O W E R -- "SUEZ' BOY BODGESS ~ "BILLT THE KID MAT. _ 16c WED. THURS. ONLY "HtNt MOTO! And His Orchestra Ladies 41c, Gents 51.57, Tax In Lafe Bus After Dance FRIDAY--DON ROTH 3»*ed Dance, 26c, 41c, Tax In. MRMonr 14 "Mr *«B!R[ ;« HENRY vmco»o» I / E R I K R H O D E S Plus \ Feat. "VACATION FROflTLovE" Will, DeMI, O'Kttfe . n orc »« *,.,

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