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TEN . MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, APRIL 1 1936 GLOBE*GAZETTE CORNELL TAKES NORTH IOWA GO Varsity, Squad Wallops A. C. Wrestlers at Clarion by 25-3 Margin. CLARION--Cornell college's varsity wrestling- team made easy work of defeating-. the Clarion Athletic j club here Tuesday night,. 25 to 3. The only points for Clarion were earned by Vic Strever, «'who won a decision over Miller of Cornell. Dale Brand, Cornell, 135 pounder, defeated Lyle Morford in as spectacular a match as the 800 fans had ever seen, while Howard McGrath, former Clarion star and now a utility middleweight at Cornell, threw Laurel Morford in the 145 pound class,' in 6:21. Cornell's heavyweight, Ray Bunch, threw Wilson of Clarion: in 6:13 in another good match. Polly Wallace, former Iowa State college athletic star, was the official. Bowling Scores OLD TIMERS lot 2nd 3rd To. Av. L. A. AdBins . . . . 170 108 235 511 190 U. Bryant 133 149 ISO 401 131 i. Decker 173 166 148 487 102 B. A. MncDonald . 158 143 190 491 16-1 G. Sum 203 143 107 513 171 Actual rlr.« Handicap . . . ... 82(1 107 86S 2421 »07 ... 106 100 100 31S 100 TOTAL PUTS 032 S73 074 3139 913 STODDARU'S Players-- If.t Sin! :frd To. .*v. \\ V Lorlnjr . . . . inn M2 178 5HI I90 0 Snjdcr UK 191 l l n 493 IBS L I.,iesel l(!li 190 119 535 178 .1. C. Slodllard .... 135 152 177 404. 165 C. H. Esllck 154 170 164 488 163 Actual Pins SOS Ofl.l 8-14 2532 851 Handicap 136 136 13fl 40R I3|i Six Veterans Ready When Cyclones Open Golf Card Against Iowa U Swingers AMES; OB--Six veterans will be available for the Iowa State college golf team this spring when the Cyclones will play -in 10 meets. The veterans reporting to Coach Hugo Otopalik are Capt. Harlan Anderson, John MacRae, Cyril Radcliffe, James Pestotnik, John Lorenzen and Bob Bauge. THE SCHEDULE ETAOIK SHBDLD CMFVTYF VBGKQJ XW April 18--Iowa, at Iowa State. April 24--Nebraska at Iowa State. May 1--Iowa State at Grlnncll. May 8--Iowa State at Cartcton. May 9--Iowa state at Gustavns Adoll'lms . May II--Iowa State "at Minnesota. May 16--Grlnnell at Iowa State. May 21--Iowa State at Nebraska. May 22 and 23--Bis Six mctt nfc A'e- branka. Douff Weaver Wins in Table Tennis Singles Doug Weaver defended his city table-tennis title at the 1". M. C. A. Tuesday night, winning the Decker Brothers trophy cup in » straight set victory over Bob Walters. His challenger failed to win a game Jn three sets. The doubles tournament remained unfinished, but may be completed Wednesday. Dr. Draper Long and Dr. R. R. Fliekin- ger are paired against C. H. Eslick and . King Vanderwicken in the final match. 9 OUT OF 10 FEAR CONSTIPATION Without regular and normal elimination, poisons accumulate in the intestines. : You lose pep and ambition. Become listless, drowsy and too tired to enjoy life. You do well to fear Constipation. But don't resort to harsh purgatives or habit-forming salts. Relieve your condition in a natural way. Just eat Honey Krushed Wheat Bread. Regularly. At every meal.The crushed whole kernels of selected wheat fur- nish ; the roughage you need to cleanse the lower intestines thoroughly and pure honey adds a soothing, ^stimulating effect that doctors agree is marvelously effective. | Get Quick Relief with HONEY KRUSHED WHEAT BREAD EACH LOAF CARRIES · TEE APPROVAL OF GOOD HOUSEKEEPING The first and only independently distributed bread ever awarded this distinction. This tested · and approved Hemej/ Krushed Bread is the most delicious . ol . all whole' wheat b r e a d s . Nut-like in flavor. You'll en joy, every slice--toasted or plain. OELIGIOUS! EFFECTIVE! But be sure to get the genuine. Ready sliced and wrapped in a moisture-proof package. Look for the words Honey Krushed on the wrapper. Made from a formula developed exclusively for us. Ask for it at your grocer's. Try eating it for'10 days regularly. You'll agree with the thousands who say it brings quicker, safer relief than any other method. TOTAL I'l.VS 339 1011 980 2960 !S7 l-kt 2r! 3rd "fit. **. ... lt!3 192 155 510 170 . . , 359 204 135 498 160 ... 168 170 224 502 187 .'.. 1*1 18-1 J82 53H 177 ... 178 17J 160 5111 170 850 2010 B70 \V. oiatt T, Krumbholz :. whllney .. R. Bey Actual TMns Handicap 60 TOTAI, FINS . . . . 8 8 2 372 0062760 920 STAOTARD OIL CO. Players-- l*t 2nd 3rd To. AT. 0. B. Holland ....18.1 171 148 GH 168 V. T. Morcland .. 191 144 150 485 162 T. A. Pasternak .. 121 113 146 380 121 W. Kcm 127 163 168 448 149 W. T. Gamble 199 168 160 536 119 Actual rln« 823 749 774 2346 -.82 Handlcni 110 116 116 318 116 TOTAL PINS . . . . 9 3 9 865 8902691 398 INTERNATIONAL MOTOR TRUCKS Players-- Itt 2nd 3rd To, Av. F. E. Wall 171 D. BunhKens 154 1S6 202 562 181 184 215 553 184 I. tawler 131 157 148 43s i. Doc 15B 155 155 4B5 15S F- O'Ntll 183 167 213 563 IBS Actual Pln-1 797 8JJI 0332573 SBO Hnnillc.tp 25 25 25 15 25 TOTAL PISS 822 814 958 2651 885 DECKERS OFFICE Players-- 1st 2nd 3rd To. Av. tt. Kaufman 172 200 245 RI1 SOB Fait 148 144 168 460 153 B. null 150 200 143 603 167 J. Lindsay 159 163 134 455 . 152 3. MacDonald ... 167 158 148 473 158 TOTAL PINS . . . . 90G 965 040 2810 937 GALLAGHER'S PONTIACI Players-- Irtt 2nd 3rd R C. Seel 182 18ft 151 D. Bambcr 157 112 143 M. Gunderson . 147 232 140 Gerard 149 136 119 Matter 173 172 167 To. tilD 471 GO!) 404 512 .... 808 -888 7 1 0 2 4 1 5 805 114 114 114 342 114 Actual Tin* Handicap TOTAL PINS ____ 922 1002 833 2151 ui9 DECKERS PLANT Players-- 1st 2nd 3rd To. AT G. Kolb .......... 188 189 1S5 662 18- C. Baldul ........ 140 111 317 159 Cocslnj .......... 370 169 339 110 II. Wolske ....... 169 169 168 5l)n 169 W. Hicks ......... 177 181 153 511 170 C. Kaufman ..... 172 151 323 162 Actual Pins . . . . 846 860 852 2558 Handicap ....... 78 73 92 243 81 TOTAL PINS . . . . 9 2 4 . 9 3 3 9442801 334 HOCKEY By THE ASSOCIATED NATIONAL LEAGr/E !' PLAYOFF New York American* l; Toronto 0 (each 'earn hns \von one game In the two out ol three scries). 7 ormer Association Ace Joins Des Moines Squad DES MOINES, (#)--Al Van Camp of Davenport 19 the first Des Moinea Western league ball player to sign his 1936 contract. The "former American association ilayer signed Tuesday when he and Jpencer Abbott, Demon manager, went over plans for the season. -Abbott, who also will handle the msiness affairs of the club, said he believes a six team league this year will be entirely satisfactory. He recalled that the western enjoyed one f the most prosperous seasons as a ~ix team circuit before the World war. CAR OWNERS! It's time to drive into our Service Dept. and have your car prepared for summer driving. Our expert mechanics offer quick, efficient service on repair work, washing, greasing and brake adjustments. Our new Sun Motor Analyzer will detect and adjust any ailment your car motor may be suffering from, faulty ignition, timing- and carburetion. John Gallagher, Inc. Pontiu* Sales and Service 25 Second St. S. E. Phone 1567 Wartburg College Ties for First Place in Conference, Wins All Outside Contests TBI-STATE CONFEIIEXCE VV I. 1'ct. IVartburt 7 3 .700 Aurora 7 3 .700 Milwaukee Engineers - . . 7 3 .700 .Mltulun House 0 3 .620 Nftrth\ve«lero IHatertoivn, \vl§.) 4 8 .333 \Vhconsln Miners 3 7 .250 WAVERLY -- Warlburg college, completing its first basketball season, awarded letters to 11 members of its Tri-State conference championship squad. The Wartburg Knights · won · seven and lost three conference games to tie for the championship with Aurora college and the Milwaukee school of engineering. . It was announced at the same time that Eleme Kretzsthmar, Sum- ncr, a senior at Wartburg college, was elected honorary captain for the last season. Edward Harden, sophomore, was chosen captain for next year. Charles City News Here and There Father, 90, Succumbs. POFEJOY--Mr. and Mrs. James Craig and sons were called to Af ton Friday owing to the serious illness of his grandfather, James Kennedy, age 90 years. Mr. Kermedv passed away Sunday and the Craigs are remaining for the funeral. Are Parents of Son. HAMPTON--Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Roskani are parents of a son born Monday at the Lutheran hospital. Mr. Roskam is manager of the Zenith store. Visit in Minneapolis. KANAWHA--Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Darrai, Mr. and Mrs. James Darrah and two daughters. Dorothy and Doris Ann and Miss Verla Hoadley were week-end guests in Minneapolis where they visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bertie. Darrah. Hostess to Society. GOODELL--Mrs. Arthur Lowenberg and Mrs. Lawrence Smith entertained the Rosary society Tuesday afternoon at the church parlors. Mrs. Leo Gilligan will continue as president of the group. The next meeting will be held April 7 with Mrs. Lee Robbtns and Mrs. Francis McNulty as hostesses. Arrives From Decatur. CORWITH--Mrs. Homar Mathis and Winton Oxley of Decatur, 111.; came Monday to spend part of the Easter vacation with the latter's grandparens, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Oxley, east of Corwith. In Eight Entries. . OSAGE--Osage will be represented by eight entries .at. the.district music contest in : Waterloo this week-end. These contestants, all were .given superior ratings at the sub-district contest at Charles City March 20 and 21. The vocal groups to represent Osage are: Erma Sullivan, Mary Morrison, Jack Conklin, girls' sextet and the chorus. The instrumental entries are: Peggy Kelly, viola; Neva Jeremy, violin and reed quintet. Pays $428 For Team. SWEA CITY--John Krebsbach bought a matched team and paid $428 for them. Hu will use the team on his farm 2% miles east of Swea City. Leave for St. Joseph. HAYFIELD--Mrs. H. J. MacCul- lam and son, Jean Ray, who have been visiting several weeks at the home of Mrs. MeCullams'- mother, Mrs. Ray Hawley, left Tuesday for St. Joseph, Mo., where ihey will now reside, as Mr. MacCullam has been transferred from Minneapolis to St. Joseph. Visit at Rochester. KANAWHA--Mr. and Mrs. Walter Knoll, Gene and Lynn spent Sunday at Rochester, Minn., where they visited with Miss Theo Knoll, who is a student nurse at the Kahler School of Nursing. Miss Knoll is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Knoll. Women's Club Annual Reports Presented at Charles City Session CHARLES CITY -- The annual meeting of the Women's club was held Tuesday afternoon in the fireside room of the Congregational church when the annual reports were read and officers were elected by secret ballot. Mrs. O. H. Banton. president,- conducted the monthly business meeting' preceding the annual meeting^ Mrs. Banton gave her report as president followed by the reports of the department chairman and other officers. Mrs. L. H. Bloom, membership chairman, announced the total membership tin's year was 271. a gain oC S3 members. Mrs. 11. P. Shearer, hospitality chairman, had kept a record .of the average attendance at each meeting'. The club voted to obtain the services of a"cataloguer to catalogue the Arthur Mooney collection of art books given to the public library. There was some discussion of next year's work and contemplated changes in the constitution. Tea and cakes were served by the social committee with Mrs. Ira Frederickson as chairman. Next Tuesday afternoon the department of literature program mil be in charge of Mrs. Fritz Volkmar who will show her husband's collection of several hundred bookplates. The election, announced Wednesday, resulted in Mrs. O. H. Banton, president; Mrs. W. K. Carr, first vice president; Mrs. J. E. Waggoner, second vice president; Mrs. Russell Nies, secretary; Mrs. H. G. Bos, corresponding secretary and Mrs. Emma Korinke, treasurer. Girl Reads a Book a Day V Nursery Stock Damaged Considerably By Rabbits CHARLES CITY--Nursery stock has been considerably damaged during the winter by hungry rabbits. Is is estimated that 200 treeg on the state experimental farm located at the outskirts of the city are killed as a result of winter rodents. Although the lower part of the trees had been protected by paper, the deep snow allowed the rabbits to chew above the protection. Waldron Named President. ALGONA--The annual meeting of the Brookside golf club was held at Algona with election of officers. P. J. Waldron was elected president to succeed Earl Mason, Homer Tuttle, secretary and Earl Griffith, treasurer. Harold Blickman, Stewart McFadden and Louis Lynk were elected directors for a two year term. This club started only a few years ago and has a membership of 52.. Is Taking Enrollment. CHARLES CITY--Russell McMains is taking enrollment for the Citizens Military Training Camps to be held for youths in Iowa at Fort Des Moines from July 8 to Aug. 6 and at Fort Crook, Nebr., from July 26 to Aug. 20. All applicants are -given a complete physical examination and those -who meet the requirements are considered for the quota of. seven men allowed Floyd county. Charles City Briefs Two Groups on Tour. MOUNT. VERNON--Two Cornell college musical organizations, the symphony orchestra and a cappella choir, are making concert tours in Iowa and Illinois during the'spring recess which began Friday. March 27. Although this is the thirty-second annual time that the orchestra has carried out its spring tour, the chotr is doing so for the first Ume^ Mrs. Clausing Buriwi. ACKLEY--Funeral services for Mrs. Vinaie Clausing", 54. who died Sunday were conducted Wednesday at the M. E. church. The Rev. Oliver Smith of Waterloo officiated at the services. Interment will be in the Oakwood cemetery. The president thinks there have been too many Roosevelts in the navy department. And, curiously enough, some think the same thing about the white house.--Boston Transcript, Now would be tic ideal time to let the communists take control of the country--if only to see how they'd divide up the $11,000,000,000 deficit.--Jud/;e. CHARLES CITY--Mr.'and Mrs. Frank Jansick returned from St. Petersburg, Fla. where they spent the winter. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Burnham entertained the M. A. A. N..club Tuesday evening at dinner at the Garden cafe -after which, bridge was played at their home. A special feature was introduced by showing- slides of photographs of the members taken 25 years ago which caused much amusement. Other social events Tuesday included a birthday surprise for Mrs. Ted Dann when a number of put of town, guests joined local relatives at her-home. The business girls' bridge club was entertained at Cedar P"! by Mrs. Beryl Wright and Mary. Monroe. Mrs. George Bmger entertained a group of friends at a bridge party and the Az-U-Wer club was entertained by Mrs. Carl Lofgren. . Members from the Women's .club and St. Charles .Women's club will motor to Rudd Thursday to attend the meeting of the federated clubs in the county. Cedar Valley lodge is planning a large representation at the thirty- third annual convention to be held Friday, April 3, in Mason City. Mrs. Polly Herrington fell and injured her arm badly at her home, 1002 East Blunt street. Mrs. Stella Williamson of Am'es is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Harry Clark.' Mrs. William Birkholtz had a major operation Tuesday in the Cedar Valley hospital. Mrs. Alfreda Newton returned tome after spending three months in .Minneapolis. Mrs. Carrie Palmer who- spent the winter, with her cousin in Minneapolis has also returned home. DEARNOAU=IS A BED SHEET EMBARRASSED BECAUSE. ITS TURNED DOWN BY EVERYBODY? MRS.WO.LONDENBACX. WlCHtTA, KANS- DEAR NOAH=AT THE END OF KIN GEORGE'S RE.IGN, DID NATHAN HALE? V.L.SCHAftl--- MINNEAPCUIS, M\NN. DEAR NOArt= IF A rAAN STEALS A HEN, IS HE COMMITTMG A FOWU ACT ? VICTOR. SOSAN1E.-PATERAON, S.O. POSTCARD VOUt* NOIAS IDEA'S EARLY ANO QFT^M Barbara Bcndichson, 10, St. Paul, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bertrand Bcndickson, formerly of Lake Mills, has real 433 books for fun since Jan. 2, 1935. She is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert BendicUson of Lake Mills and the lato Mr. and Mrs. Iver Roshcint of Lake Mills. Because she reads so fast (a book an inch thick in an hour) she has plenty of time to do all the things other girls her age like to do. She likes stories about girls best. HAILE SELASSIE LEADS TROOPS Italians Report Victory Over Ethiopians Commanded by Emperor. ROME, /P)--Italy's northern army smashed through to its first major victory over the troops of Haile Selassie--led by the emperor himself--Marshal Pietro Badoglio reported Wednesday in an officia.] communique. Badoglio announced that 7,000 Ethiopians were killed and that the Italian forces had suffered more than IjOOO casualties. The fascist commander-m-cnief said the Ethiopian, king of kings fought personally in the battle Tuesday in the Lake Ashangi sector, 30 miles south of the former principal Italian front lines at Amba Alaji. Marshal Badoglio's communique said: "Yesterday Uie Negus (emperor) started a great battle with hie best troops in the (Lake Ashangi zone. "The battle, wbliich was extremely violent in certain phase-s, concluded with a victory for our troops. "Further details will be given in a succeeding communique." Leland Co-Op Bank Is Closed; First in Iowa Since New U. S. Laws LELAND--The Leland Cooperative bank, the only cooperative bank in Iowa, closed its doors Tuesday. This was the first bank closing in Iowa since the new federal banking legislation went into effect. The doors of the bank were closed by order of the board of directors. Insurance was carried on all deposits, covering up to a maximum of $5,000. Capital of the hank was 525,000. H, D. Brandstad is the president. Lawler Farmer Announces. NEW H A M P T O N -- Joseph Schwickerath. Lawler farmer, Wednesday announced his candidacy for Chickasaw county sheriff on the democratic ticket. He is · the third democrat to announce for that office. Two years ago there were five on the democratic ticket and four on the republican. llama and Papa Dionne are hope- ing the film, "The Country Doctor," will be released in Canada soon so that they can see the quins.--Birm- ingham News. FOLLOW THE CROWD TODAY TO THE STATE IT'S AN IMPORTANT EVENT You know bhe' great but did yo know she's won dcrful? The e s t little a r m f u l Tvbt evPr sto r m c d your heart Is on tho screed! Seniors Will Give 1'lay. SWEA CITY--The senior class play of the Swea City high school will present the clas play, "Lady Lilac," April 1". This is a mystery comedy in three acts. Mason Cityan in Business. EMMETSBURG---F. M. Lorenzen of Mason City has opened a radio shop in the Weir hardware store here, with the shop known as Larry's Radio Service. Lorenzen is a graduate of Iowa State college at Ames. O. E. S. School Held. NORA SPRINGS--The Eastern Star chapter held a.school of instruction Tuesday afternoon, followed by a 6 o'clock dinner. An evening session was a school of inspection. Mrs. Anna May Flugel of Charles City was the instructor.- · ' ' · · . · · · Officers Are Elected. BURT--The Presbyterian Sunday school elected the following officers: Mrs. William Ringsdort, superintendent; Donald Ringsdorf, assistant; Marie Grover, secretary; Eugenia. Mae Kriethe pianist, and Mrs. J. W. Dorrance, primary superintendent. Plan Fourth District Meeting. NEW HAMPTON--The National Union for Social Justice will hold a fourth district convention here in the K. of C. hall Sunday, April 5, at 1:30 p. m. with Albert E. Wangler, Decorah, supervisor in charge. Son Is Buried. PLYMOUTH--Committal services were held at Oakwood cemetery for Cecil Sutton, son of L. Button, who died at a hospital in Iowa City. D A N C E -- to -South Dakota Ramblers Friday, April 3 AT KENSETT And Saturday, April 4 AT NASHUA Ladies' Gift Days Every Lady attending this theatre Wednesday or Thursday Matinee or evening shows will receive a beautiful piece of Silverware. SEE DISPLAY IN LOBBY! YOU'LL BE DELIGHTED! Now Showing RONALD COLMAN --in-"THE M A N WHO BROKE T H E BANK A T MONTE CARLO." with Joan Bennett Colin Clivo COMPANION FEATURE DICK FORAN THE SINGING COWBOY --In-"Song of the Saddle" with ALMA LLOYD Clever Comedians Add Zest to Cecil's New "Chatterbox Revue" No stage show can be. complete without a dash of comedy, and Charlie Mack, producer of "The Chatterbox Revue" which plays at the Cecil Wednesday and Thursday, has engaged Ann and Charlie Howard to provide the laughs. Clever bits of variety from Broadway shows, piano novelties, a couple of peppery songs and a few stories lead up to the Howards' grand finale, a wild burlesque of the French Apache dance. Ann and Charlie present only one of the several acts which make up the vaudeville revue, while the screen attraction on this program is Carole Lombard's "Love before Breakfast." At Mason City THEATERS Bj K. i. F. SECOND GENERATION OF FAMOUS CAPPS FAMILY The Capps Brother and Dolly, one of the stellar acts of "The Chatterbox Revue," playing through Thursday at the Cecil, are the second generation of the famous Kapps family which was known wherever vaudeville was played several years ago. * * * Cesar Romero, starring with'Car- ole Lombard and Preston Foster in "Love Before Breakfast, 1 ' picture showing in conjunction with the Cecil's vaudeville revue, leaped high up the ladder of success when he was given the opportunity to succeed Tullio Carminali as leading man in the Broadway stage hit, "Strictly Dishonorable." He scored so well in his first appearance that he toured in the play for a year, cast opposite Margaret Sullavan. Romero was born in New York City. » # # Lily POMS, famous coloratura soprano, makes as sensational a film debut in "I Dream Too Much" as did Grace Moore in her first picture. Henry Fonda and Eric Blore have supporting roles in the French opera star's film which was scheduled Wednesday at the State. 0 * * STARS TRAVEL FAST IN NEW PALACE FILM Principals in "Woman Trap," playing through Thursday at the Palace with "Three Live Ghosts," use every means of travel from fast airplanes to footsore nags. Gertrude Michael, attractive and snappy as ever, has the leading feminine role, opposite George Murphy. Father and Son Banquet at Alexander Is Planned ALEXANDER -- A Father ' and Son banquet Friday evening is planned in the basement of the United church. A program is being prepared and the Rev. Charles Buckwalter, a former pastor of the United. church, will give the address. The women of the United, aid will serve the dinner. Takes St. Ansgar Position. IOWA FALLS--A. L. Shannon, for many'years head of. the Shannon Son produce plant here, has accepted a position as manager of the Preib produce plant at St. Ansgar and is now located there. The family will remain here until school is out. (MLACE NOW The Year's Big Laugh Hit! "THREE LIVE GHOSTS" and "WOMAN TRAP" --with-GERTRUDE MICHAEL GEORGE MURPHY HEAD OF CHURCH TO GIVE SERMON Dr. Gullixson Will Speak' at Wartburg's First Baccalaureate. · WAVERLY--Dr. T. F. GulUxon, prominent educator and president of the American Lutheran conference, and the Rev. William ,G. Sodt, stewardship secretary of the American Lutheran church, will be featured at the first baccalaureate ' and commencement of Wartburg cftllege, Waverly. The new school, which is completing Ha first year next June, has invited Dr. Gullixson as baccalaureate speaker. Mr. Sodt will speak at the commencement exercises. Leaves For St. Louis. HAMPTON--Miss May Eusch, nurse at the Lutheran hospital, left Sunday night for St. Louis where she will be employed in the Barnes hospital. . . What if the platform isn't carried out? Nobody tries to preserve the bait after it has caught the fish Toledo Blade. · IDE 1 BALLROOM UK!CLEAR UKE TONITE, APRIL 1 Herbie Kay And His Orchestra Direct from the Edgewater Beach Hotel, Chicago LADIES 40c GENTS 51.10 All Tax Included Booth Reservation If Desired at 51 ana S1.50 Per Boolh while They last COMING FRIDAY FOB THE OLD TIME DANCE WMT GERMAN BAND Cigarettes . AT BARGAIN PRICES Coming Saturday: The Giant Show of Shows "THE MUSIC GOES ROUND" and "BOULDER DAM" STARTS SATURDAY Plus: Mickey Mouse Cartoon Wed.Thurs. THE MOST UNIQUE STAGE SHOW YOU'VE SEEN YET! I -FEATURING MELODY VAGABONDS Capps Bros. « Dolly--3 Doyle, Sisters--Claude Do Carr "Scotty"--Frazicr Bros.--Ann Charles Howard --ON THE SCREEN-What can a poor girl do with a guy who loves her so much that he socks her in the eye? ''Love Before Breakfast" with Preston Foster Liberty Magazine Elves Ull picture 3 stars ALSO SPECIAL SCENES IN IOWA NEWS FLASHES OF MASON CITY BASKETBALL PLAYERS WHILE PLAYING IN STATE BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT.

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