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10 TUESDAY, MARCH 14, 1933 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE GLOBE-GAZETTE SPORTS NINE IOWANS WIN LETTERS . 11 Others Get Awards as Winter Seasons Close for Hawkeyes IOWA CITY, ($)--Nine University of Iowa basketball players Tuesday had been voted major letters in recognition of their services on the court during the season just ended. Five others received minor letters. Six wrestlers received letters. The major cage awards, approved by the toard in control of athletics on recommendation of Coach Rollie Williams, follow: Ben Stephens, Cambridge, III.; Tom Lind, Burlington; Envin Prasse, Chicago: Howard Irvine, Traer; Charles Plett, Gladbrook; Kenneth Bastian, Fort Dodge; Fred Hohenhorst, Chicago; Robert Hobbs, Omaha, and Angelo Anapol, Chicago. Minor awards: Robert Jenkins, Montzuma; Jack O'Mahoney, Davenport; Harry Ward, Cedar Rapids, Jean Messer, Brighton, and Richard Evans, Chicago. Major wrestling awards went to William Sherman, Council Bluffs; Kenneth Kingsburg, Cherokee; Louis George, Cherokee; Clarence Kemp, Waterloo; Merrill Johnson, Washington, and Wilbur Nead, Gilman. Minor wrestling award: Phillip Millen, Oilman. Familiar Song of Spring Tweaks at Henry's Heart McLemore Heads to Baseball Camps for Training Season Montreal Skater Is League Score Leader M O N T R E A L , (U.R)--Hector (Toe) Blake of Montreal's Can- adiens held a two-point lead in the National Hockey league scoring race Tuesday as the. final week's competition began. Blake picked up three points last week to maintain his margin over Dave Schriner of the Americans, who managed to keep three points ahead of Dave Anderson, his teammate, and Johnny Gottselig, Chicago. The leaders follow: G. Blake. Montreal 21 Schriner, N. Y. Americans II Gottselig. Chicago 15 Anderson, N. Y. Americans 12 Barry, Detroit 12 Co\vley. Boston ^ 1 Apps, Toronto 14 Smith. N. Y. Rangers IB Carr, N. Y. Americans 17 Cub Yannigans Play Regulars in Contest V AVALON, Cal., (ff)--A yanni- gan-regular game was on tap at the camp of the National league champions, the Chicago Cubs. Two hurling mainstays, Larry French and Bill Lee, hurled for ihe rookies, with Gene Li Hard and Ray Harrell on the mound for 1he regulars. A. pis. 22 43 30 41 38 33 37 23 26 ±5 30 02 18 13 Bill Terry Turns to Swing for New York BATON ROUGE, La., (#)--Bill Terry's turned jitterburg. Yes, sir, the old colonel's swinging now. Long a devotee of the "walk one and bunt two" school of attack, Bill is so pleased with his Ne\v York Giants' offense that he will junk his old one-run tactics anc play for runs in bunches this season. He thinks his batting order tha. includes Joe Moore, Mel Ott, Zeke Bonura and Harry Banning has as much power as any in the league By HENRY McLEMORE United Press Staff Correspondent SAN ANTONIO, Texas, (U.R)-- AS one grows older the old familiar things grow dearer. Though I am not yet quite of the age where I have silver threads among the red, I find myself yearning for the things I used to do. Out in California I suddenly suffered an acute attack o£ nostalgia. For a few days I couldn't decide what my longing was for, and seeking a solution I tried jackstraws, drop the handkerchief, spin the bottle and other games of my childhood. On the off chance , hat it was the south I missed. I ' played Swanee River on the Vic- rola and fried myself a chicken. ALL IN IMAGINATION These didn't work so. I went out and in my imagination I got my;elf whipped behind the wood- ;hed, and forced myself to do the ast five minutes of churning on an ice cream freezer, which, as some of you will remember, is vhen the churning gets really :ough and you have to put your legs around it to keep it from jouncing off the back porch. All of these tilings failed to fill ome vacant spot in my heart; ailed to answer a longing that I had. Then, quite accidentally, I ;aw in a dispatch from Florida :hat the time of year had come when the baseball managers were ticking the winners in the various eagues. My heart leaped when I beheld he first prediction--the Detroit Tigers for second place. All of a sudden, in one great rush, I knew what I was longing for. Not the old songs my mother sang, or the old biscuits that we had the next day, but the old predictions of old Baseball managers on how their :eams would finish. Even before I had finished reading the little dispatch from Florida, the old re" 'ain was running through my lead. I don't know who writes the saseball managerial music but here are the words: If we are lucky, we'll be in the lirst division . . . the team that jeats us will know its been in a fight . . . if our third baseman comes through . . . if we get our share of the breaks. . . . I never lave seen a team with such a spirit. . . . He was overweight last year, hut you should see him now. . If our club plays the same kind of ball during the season that it has done here watch us go. . . . SAME OLD SONG Do you wonder that I am hurrying to Florida? Nothing is older and more familiar to me than the ong of the managers. It takes me back across the years to the days when I was a beginner as a sports reporter. They sang it then, they sing it now. Nothing is changed. Not even the setting. A hotel lobby, deep cushioned chairs, with a red-necked baseball player in every one. . . ." Men without ties slouching awkwardly about the cigar counter .. . . rough ! Buck Newsom Still Debates Salary in Session With Team SAN ANTONIO, Tex., (S*)-Buck Newsom, holdout Browns pitcher and club officials apparently Were still no nearer an agreement over the big righthand- er's salary for the coming season. The pitcher conferred with Vice President and General Manager William O. De Witt again, but Newsom later left the hotel after indicating no immediate compromise was forthcoming. Newsom, who was offered a raise after winning 20 games for j Grove. 6 Dynamite Charges Tossed Into Little Cedar's Ice Jams STACYVILLE--Six charges of dynamite were tossed on to the thick ice covering the Little Cedar river near the Stacyville dam. Huge cakes of ice were jarred loose by the blasts and the flood waters pouring into the river lifted the cakes up and over the dam. Conduct Final Rites of Mrs. Martin, 43, Eagle Grove Woman EAGLE GROVE--Mrs. Arthur J. Martin, 43, died at her residence Sunday after a lingering illness. Funeral services were held Tuesday at the funeral parlors of Kubitschek and Kastler, the Rev. Merrill King of the Open Bible church officiating. Burial was made in Rose Hill cemetery. Eagle *** _ ! the Browns last year, declared club officials refused to increase the amount during conferences the last few days. He has stated he wants 520,000, a $7,500 boost over the salary he is supposed to have received last year. Pallbearers were F. H. Wixom, \rnos Pletcher, Grayson Claggett, C. E. McCallum, Thomas McMa- on and O. A. Anderson. She is survived by her husband, son, James, and a daughter, Doris. lowan to Enter in College Mat Event IOWA CITY.'faP)--The board in control of athletics at the University of Iowa voted Monday to send Wilbur Nead, the Hawkeye's undefeated heavyweight wrestler and Big Ten champion, t o ' t h e AA meet at Lancaster, Pa., this weekend. . slot machines sunshine and early laughter horse play mornings. On to New Orleans! (Copiriebt, ID39, The United Press) DAKOTAN CAPTAIN OMAHA, Nebr., (iP)--Marshal Kittleson of Huron, S, Dak., wil captain the 1939-40 Creighton university basketball team. Mora Springs Couple s Wed for 37 Years NORA SPRINGS--Mr. and Mrs. 'loyd Potter celebrated their nirty-seventh wedding anniver- ary Sunday. The family met at :ie home of their son-in-law and aughter, Mr. and Mrs. James ~ihoger. Lonnie Frey Earns Job at Third Sack ST. PETERSBURG, Fla., «·)-- Although the Cincinnati Reds took a beating from the Cardinals Monday, Manager Bill McKechnie was pleased with the game for it showed Lonnie Frey was qualified :o hold down third base. "He handled hard hit balls cleanly and came in for bunts like a veteran," said McKechnie. Omaha Heavy Faces Canadian Re-Match OMAHA, OF)--Promoter Max Clayton announced Tuesday Carl Vinciquerra, Omaha heavyweight, and Charley Belanger, Canadian heavy, will meet in a return bout here Friday, March 24. Jt will be eight rounds. The last time they met Carl won an unpopular referee's decision. Cleveland Hunts Up Trade With Browns N E W O R L E A N S , f/P)--C. C Slapnicka, Cleveland Indians' vice president, said Tuesday, he still is trying to arrange a trade with the St. Louis Browns for second baseman Don Heffner. The tribe also is interested ii Shortstop Ralph Kress, while Ear Averill, the holdout center fielder is the Indian mentioned in the trade pow wow. The Philadelphia Athletics have offered Bill Werber, the third baseman, in an even swap for Averill CHEER FOR' JOE CLEAR WATER, Fla., (# ·Eldon Auker is one of the bi| question marks of the Boston Rec Sox. Manager Joe Cronin i greatly cheered by the submarim artist's showing Monday in which he allowed one single in threi innings. Maybe He Is a SOUTHPAW You Don't See Many of 'em Playing Basketball. But it's a sure bet that if he has that championship "stuff he will be one of the 24 men picked on the three IOWA DAILY PRESS ASSOCIATION All-State High School Basketball Teams Eight men on each team, each man outstanding: amonj the thousands playing his position, are hand-picked, culled by officials, coaches and sports writers who have seen tliem in action, and elevated to their position by the ballots of these judges. See the Announcement of the A n n u a l IOWA DAILY PRESS ASSOCIATION All-State High School Basketball Teams FENTON WOMAN DIES AT HOME Native of Norway, Mrs. Torkelson Is Interred at Depew FENTON--Mrs. Isigolf Torkelson died at her home west of Fenton, early Sunday morning. Funeral services were held Tuesday at the St. John's Lutheran church, Depew. She was born in Stavanger, Norway on April 21, 1889. She leaves her husband, five children, Mrs. L. C. Long and Leonard Torkelson of Ringsted, John and Thomas of Chicago, and a daughter, Avis, at home. Two grandchildren, a brother in Chicago and one in Norway also survive. M3MHXRMI 6V O.G.K. noviC EDITOR "Toil Spin" at Cecil; "Newsboy's Home," "Co'met," Billed at Palace Alice Faye, Constance Bennett and Nancy Kelly are co-starred in the aviatrix yarn, "Tail Spin," which plays at the Cecil through Thursday. Kane Richmond handles the male lead, and Joan Davis, Charles Farrell, Jane Wyman and Wally Vcrnon are in the supporting cast. Cinema counterparts of the Dead End kids, the Little Tough Guys, re featured with Jackie Cooper in "Newsboys' Home," which opens CALLED BY ILLNESS LAKE MILLS--Miss S y l v i a Berge, English instructor in high school, was called to her home near Estherville Saturday by the illness )f her mother. Several weeks ago her mother broke her leg and now pneumonia developed. Mrs. Royden Christiansen substituted in her absence. a at the Palace Wednesday. Edmundi · Lowe, Wendy Barrie, Edward Norris and Samuel S. Hinds are also in the film. Co-feature is "Comets Over Services for Lester Evans, 71, Are Held in Chapel at Algona A L G O N A--Funeral services were held Tuesday afternoon at the McCullough funeral chapel, for Lester Evans, 71, who died Monday morning at the county farm, where he had been an inmate for five years. He had a sister, Mrs. Cora Bush, in northern Minnesota, and two brothers, Fred and Burt, whose addresses are unknown. The cathedral of Cologne, the capital of the Rhineland, took 500 years to complete. The finishing towers were built in 1880. Watch This Paper for All-State Selections to be Announced Soon The Mason City Globe-Gazette Member, IOWA DAILY PRESS ASSOCIATION 7 HERE and THERE Miscellaneous Items From 125 Globe-Gazette Correspondents in North Iowa and Southern Minnesota At Parental Home BRITT--Mrs. Jennie Hammill, of Des Moines visited over the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Aageson, and sisters Anna Aageson and Mrs. H. if. -Kelly. Visit at Goldfield GOLDFIELD--Miss Edna Mc- Zutcheon, an instructor in the Des VIoines schools, and Miss Marion kelson, teacher in the Ventura schools, spent the weekend at their respective homes here. Back From Coast J O I C E--Tom Rudd returned last week from a three months' vacation on the west coast. He visited in Oregon and spent day at the world's fair. Are From Cedar Rapids LIME SPRINGS--Mr. and Mrs. Andreas of Cedar Rapids are guests at the home of. the Rev. and Mrs. Yates. .Visitors at Clarion CLARION--Mr. and Mrs.. J. Wendell Schar of Joice, spent the weekend at the home of Mrs. Schar's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Taylor. Miss Evelyn Taylor o£ Mason City, also spent the weekend at the home of her parents. Visits at Calmar ' CALMAR--Miss Julia Gilmartin of Minneapolis, Minn., arrived Saturday for a visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. Gilmartin anc family. -Move Near Mitchell ST. ANSGAR--Mr. and Mrs, Harold Cawelti have moved from west of town to the Clyde Smith farm near Mitchell. At Parental Home OSAGE--Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hanlon of Des Moines and Miss Jean Hill of Greenfield spent the weekend in the parental H. C. Hill home. Return From Texas ALLISON--Mr. and Mrs. L. N Michael returned home Friday from Corpus Christi, Tex., where they spent the winter. Guest From Milwaukee BELMOND--Miss Carrie Baxter of Milwaukee. Wis., is visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A C. Liewuven. Attend Tournament CHAPIN--Supt. and Mrs. D. M Stewart and Misses Marie Burwel and Alice Heuoerger were in Des Moines Saturday to attend thi basketball tournament. Returns to Goodelt GOODELL --Francis Cashman returned home from Highlanc Park, 111., Friday where he visitec his brother. Carrol, and family nnd transacted business. Born at Lakofa LAKOTA--A son, Victor Gene weighing 10i pounds, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Grant Edwards Mr. and Mrs. Ted Wallentine ar the parents of a girl, Ruth JoAnn Is From Minneapolis, Minn. OSAGE--Mrs. A. M. Higgins o Minneapolis, Minn., is visiting he daughter, Mrs. William Callowaj who is recuperating from sprained back which she sufferei m a fall. At Parental Home MANLY--Mrs. F. -A. Bliss c Naytohwaush, Minn., is visitin her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E Smilh, and sister. Mrs. Wort Ford. Ellsworth Smith of James town. N. Dak., is also them thi_= v.-eek. with Kay Francis, Ian Hunter, Donald Broadway," John Litel, Crisp and Sybil Jason in an emotional narrative of mother .love. Strand booking Wednesday and Thursday consists of the three Ritz brothers' hilarious racetrack film, "Straight, P l a c e a n d S h o w," a n d "S k y Pirate." K a y Francis makes her appearance at the State also, beg i n n i n g Wednesday, in "First Lady," Second picture on the menu is the Gary Cooper- Jean .Arthur hit of yesteryear, "Mr. Deeds Goes to Town." A belated "Hello" to luscious Louise Pierce, who is the new cashier at the Cecil theater . . . Louise was formerly cashier at the Hotel Hanford, and was at the Palace in the same capacity prior to that. ALICE FAYE IN THE MAILBAG From Brookings, S. Dak. ST. ANSGAR--Mrs. Margaret 'eppka of Brookings, S. Dak., is isiting with relatives and friends n this vicinity. Student Visits Home CLARION--Clifford Crowe, Jr., vho is attending the University f Iowa at Iowa City, spent the veekend at the home of his par- nts, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Crowe. Visit Over Weekend GOLDFIELD--Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Brown of Cedar Falls, visited t the H. E. Stoakes and J. B. Henry homes on Saturday and iunday. Attends Convention MITCHELL--Mrs. H. F. Risse ;pent Monday and Tuesday in Des Moines with Mr. Risse and also attended the State Hairdressers' convention. Visit at Lime Springs LIME SPRINGS--Mr. and Mrs. E. Anderson of Rochester, Minn., were weekend guests at the iome of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. ^Irant Jones. Undergoes Operation BRITT--Mrs. C. W. Envin underwent a major operation at the Mayo b r o t h e r s hospital at Rochester, Minn., Thursday. Her daughter, Mrs. E. A. Howard of Tulsa, Okla., has gone to Hoches- ;er to be with her. Goes to Houston, Tex. NEW HAMPTON--Mrs. Wiliam H. Schanfeld left for Houston, Tex., where she will spend a month with her daughter, Mrs. LeRoy Reinhart. Conducts Meeting P L Y M O U T H -- T h e Rev. W. Donald Mack district superintendent of Free Methodist church went to Emmetsburg Friday to conduct quarterly meoting at the Free Methodist church there. Are From Anoka, Minn. ST. ANSGAR--Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Highum and son, Edward, of Anoka, Minn., are spending a couple of weeks at the home of Mrs. Highum's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Groth. Visit at Hot Springs, Ark. STILSON--Mr. and Mrs. William Schwab are spending a few weeks in Hot Springs, Ark. Visitor Frbm Eldorado ALTA VISTA--Harry Schulz of Eldorado spent the weekend at the parental Ernest Schulz home here. Enters Clinic C H A P I N--Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Heuberger are in Rochester, Minn., where Mrs. Heuberger is going through the clinic. Is From MarsTialltown P.OPE.TOY--Mrs. D. J. Sheratt, of Marshalltown, came Friday to be with her mother, Mrs. C. L. Harmon, who is convalescing at the Webster City hospital, following a major operation. Visit at Milwaukee BUFFALO CENTER--Mr. and Mrs. Albert Sleper Jr., and Mr. and Mrs. Epko Winter spent a couple of days in Milwaukee, Wis., xvhere they visited with a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Winter. Return to Plymouth PLYMOUTH--W. F. Urenn returned the last of the week from a business trip to Chicago. Receive Treatment JOICE--Annie Evenson went to Minneapolis Friday f o r treat- She has been suffering MOVIE MENU CECIL--"Tail Spin" t h r o u g h Thursday. PALACE--"I Am the Law" and "There's That Woman Again 1 end Tuesday. "N e w s b o y's Home" and "Comet Over Broadway" begin Wednesday. STRAND--"Algiers" and "Santa Fe Stampede" end Tuesday. "Sky Pirates" and ''Straight, Flace and Shaw" begin Wednesday. STATE--"While Banners" a n d "Border G'-Man" end Tuesday. "First Lady" and "Mr. Deeds Goes to Town" begin Wednesday. LAKE--(Clear Lake)--"Dramatic School" and "Little Tough Guys in Society" through- Wednesday. Park Cemetery Group to Meet Wednesday NORA SPRINGS--The annual meeting of the Park cemetery association will be held at the F. W. Schmidt home Wednesday afternoon at 2:30. We pass along to you, without comment, this letter received from Nan Frandson of Britt, winner of the 1938 Globe-Gazette's 1938 "ten best pictures contest." "Dear Mr. Kaufman: . . . "It might interest you to know that I did not see any of the Dictures which I listed as the 10 best for 1938. In fact, I have not seen a movie since a year ago last October. You see I have been flat on my back in bed since March 13 of last year, with the exception of halt a dozen times more or less of sitting in a. chair for short periods of time. "To be sure, I did make my own selection of best pictures--that is, with the help of newspaper movie news, radio movie programs and personal accounts of pictures, as told to me by my family and friends. "I have been a movie fan for so long as I can remember, and the reason I entered your contest was simply that it pleased me to do so. I assure you it was quite enough just to have been selected as winner of the first prize, even though it was not my good fortune to make use of same. It was real fun competing. "Again my sincere thanks, and best wishes always." Nan Frandson, Britt, Iowa. Texas has approximately 22,500 miles of highways. -NOKTH IOWA'S BEST NOW--THRU THURSDAY 26c YES, SHE'S COMING SATURDAY SHIRLEY TEMPLE In "The Little Princess" (In Color) -- ENDS TUESDAY NIGHT -EDWARD G. BOBIXSON IN "I AM THE LAW" --ALSO-- "IIIEEE'S THAT WOMAN AGAIN" Tuesday - Wednesday "DRAMATIC SCHOOL" --plus-"LITTLE TOUGH GUYS IN SOCIETY" Continuous From 2 p. m. COMING THURSDAY Jimmy Fleming's DANCE REVUE On Stage in Person ONE CONTEST !N CITY ELECTION Councilman to Be Picked at Hampton Polls on March 27 HAMPTON--Only one contest is scheduled for the city election to be held here March 27. Three candidates have filed for councilman- at-large with two to be elected. They are Howard Botts incumbent, Charles A. Fox and James Shearer. E. Y. Crom, incumbent, is not a candidate. Other candidates are Joe Sifc- kema, incumbent, for mayor; Fred Keepf, incumbent, for treasurer; H. E. Boehmler, incumbent, for park commissioner; W. T. Sampson incumbent, for-assessor; B. G. Walsh, incumbent, for councilman in the fourth ward; T. C. Kaberli for councilman in the first ward to succeed T. C. Argent; Charles R. Harrison for councilman in the second ward to succeed R. H. Boehmler; and J. Milford Boots for councilman in the third ward to succeed C. L. Bredt. D A N C E AVALON BALLROOM Manly, Iowa Tuesday, March T4 Music by ' BENNETT-GRETEN And His Orchestra Ladies 25c, Gents 40c. Plus Tax COMING Thursday, March 16 The Scandinavian Accordion Band--Enough Said Ends Tues. "White Banners" "Border G. Man" TATE Kay Francis - Preston Foster ; First Lady i N E W r/i(./]C£ STARTS WEDNESDAY JACKIE COOPER -in"Newsboy's Home" ENDS TVES. i ) 3 3X»qQlteers in "Santa J F e Stampede" Jt, "Aliiers" Your Family Thealer MAT. 16c PLACE ND SHOW RICHARD ARUM ETHEL MEillAII visiting j men!, severe Receives Promotion CALMAR -- Edward Poshusia. who has for several years been smploycd at the J. F. Anderson lumber yards here, has been promoted to manager of their lumber yards at Howard, S. Dak. Mr. Poshusta !eft immediately for Howard and his family will follow later. Returns From Texas STACYVILLE--E. B. Tyler returned from Fort Worth, Texas, where he spent the winter with his son, Russell Tyler. Return From Baton Rouge, La. KANAWHA--Mrs. M. G. Dakin has returned home from monlh's visit at Baton Rouge. La., where she visited at the home of her son, Dr. M. G. Dakin, Jr. infection in her eye for six weeks. Buys 80 Acre Farm T1TONKA -- H e n r y Schmidt closed a deal March 1, by which he becames the owner of an 80 acre farm adjoining his home place. The farm was purchased from Mrs. Louise Boyken. Home From Hospital POPEJOY--Mrs. Lloyd K u r d was returned home from the Iowa Falls hospital, Friday. New Minister Arrives GOLDFIELD--T h e Rev. and Mrs. Harris of Worthington, Minn., arrived here Thursday to make their new home. The Rev. Mr. Harris was recently extended a call by the congregation of the .Christian church and preached his lirst sermon on Sunday. Series of Cottage Prayer Meetings in Greene Residences GREENE--Cottage prayer meetings sponsored by the local Methodist Episcopal church are being held in homes of several of the members, preparatory to the special meetings to be conducted by Evangelist Braun. Mrs. Paul Ott was elected treasurer of the Sunday school, which office was made vacant by the resignation of Mrs. Alice Hansen, who has been treasurer for the past 10 years. The Epworth league of the chui'cji will present a one act comedy and other features of entertainment and refreshments, as a benefit for raising money to send the members to the convention this summer. PLAN AID MEETING POPEJOY--Mrs. Loren Clifton, Mrs. R. V. Armstrong, and Mrs. Frank Waggoner will be hostesses at the regular meeting of the L. A. S. at the church parlors, Thursday afternoon. Kcturns to Colorado GARNER--Mrs. Scott Henderson started Sunday night on the return trip to her home in Greely, Colo., in company with her sister, Mrs. Emma Hyekwood, who teaches in DCS Moines. BILL FURROW Coming to Golf Club WHO IS BIU. FURROW? Well, he used to butcher sheep at the Iowa Packing Company in Des Moines. At that time he entered a shag tournament, just for the fun of it, and he won. Later, Rita Rio was looking for a male partner. A contest was held in order to find the right one. Bill Furrow entered the contest and he was the lucky man. About a year ago Furrow was engaged as dance instructor at the Riverview, the Tromar, and the Pla- Lan ballrooms in Des Moines. He has recently been in New York and just returned from there. He had a week's engagement at Billy . Rose's Casa Manana. Bill Furrow has been featured in two Warner Brothers pictures. A short time ago Walter WincheM gave him a bouquet over the air. Now, Furrow has a dancing partner. She is Mary Gammell. THEY WILL APPEAR at the Clear Lake Golf Club Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights of this week March 15-16-17-18 m m

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