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^£^^ , MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH 3 · 1937 . , . .., ) i: 'f.t W GLOBE-GAZETTE SPORT STEELE TAKES EASY CONTEST PiiTone Goes Down Early as Champion Wins in Philadelphia Mix. , P H I L A D E L P H I A , (UP)-Middleweight .Champion Freddie Steels of Tacbma,-"Wasl!., scoredVa technical knockout over Paul-Pirrone of. Cleveland- after flooring the phioan five; times in-.the first 'frame of their" scheduled non-title 10'round fight, Tuesday night. The referee halted the bout after one minute and 57 . seconds -of fighting. In" his' most impressive' appearance since he won the title from Babe Hisko in July 1936, Steele hammered Pirrone-to ^tlie floor three '. times .'with', hard left hooks to the. chin and twice more with straight rights Referee Spuds Murphy stopped the brief battle-after-Pirrpne staggered blindly into the- ropes from Stele's -relentless offensive. Stcele met Pirtone. in·. the center of-.the ring and dropped him with the first blow, of the fight-^-a looping left hook to the Cleveland fighter's chin. Pirrone stayed-down for 'seven,- arose dazed, and Steele stepped .calmly in; and repeated the" k«ockdo\vn': with v the- .same champion, blow. The; .-''middleweight sure of Ms ninth victory in as many fights-'since he won the title, ·waited briefly for Pirrone to raise from his crouch and snapped ah- other'left hook that turned Pirrone Jialf around and to his knees! Pirrprie .backed · away from Steele when he-gained his".'feet-after a 'three.count-but the chafn- pion -followed, 1 'battering :at -'the barrier; of gloves-Pirrone held before-'his . face. Pirrone ''dropped again -from- a hard-right-hand uppercut. Without, waiting for. a count', the Cleveland veteran staggered to his feet.only to.be haitt- mered to 'the canyas again, under a barrage 1 of right and left hand smashes.- ' ·'. - _ . " - . ' . . ' , · IH Iowa Boy to Tussle; Tough Vet ; fdr{(sarcl vDES MOINES, (/P)4stan Savol- di; St. · Paul,' : MinriiV'-.heavyweight, will' mee t. Ralph O'D ell, Ottiunwa heavyweight; in a' six ; .fpund bout on the : - Joe -Louis, exhibition fight card -here- March ' ; 9, : ·Promoter Pinkie George 'announced. . 'Savbldi' wilT.b'e -the-heaviest-and - most- experienced opponent O'Dell has met in his .promising . profes- -siqnal,,fight career.." -., - . i'-/t"-ii'otfis ( i\v ill.- meet 'ifwo '. opponents '·-ihi'twb''/raundKinatches:iviEebhard "vDixon; Chicago, has been' named as one of the '.opponents.. : Patty Berg Shoots to Top Coast Golf ' Waverly High Takes Nashua Cage Tussle to Keep Top Record NASHUA--Waverly high school clinched the .championship of the Northeast Iowa conference, finishing with a perfect record in league .play, by beating Nashua Tuesday night,-26 to 12. Heist ;o£ Waverty was high ;man for the winners with, eight tallies. Waverly also won:a grade school conttst, 30 to 9. YOUNG SAFELY NAMED VICTOR Purdue Forward Can't Lose Personal Scoiing Title in Big Ten Scraps. CHICAGO, (i 1 )--It won't become official until Saturday night;'but'it :S safe enough to credit Jewell Young, Piudue's southpaw^ .forward, -with the 1937'Big Ten individual basketball scoring title as well as one new record and a'share of another. ; Official recognition must wait until the conference season closes Saturday, but for all practical purposes, Young was "in", Wednesday with 172 points for 12. gam'es, a new league niark for ohe'campaign. His. closest ;opporieht, Mike Me- Micha'el, has one more game, against Illinois Saturday, but doesn't have a chance ol'adding enough points.to his 113-total to overtake the Boilermaker- star. ·· In . addition lo displacing the former league record of 167 points established by Joe Reift of Northwestern in . 1933,'..Young- owns a share-of the individual mark of 29'points for .one-game, also set by. Reiff four years ago.' The wiry Boilermaker collected.' 13 field goals'ahd three'ifree throws against Illinois -Feb. 15, to tie Reiff's total made against Chicago Jan. ' 14, '1933., . - " . . ' - , . -.. · : - - - · Young- finished'-his -drive -in whirlwind fashion, scoring · 22 points against'' PurdueV favorite foe, Indiana,- Jast Saturday,' and dding nine more against Wiscbn- in Monday,. For''the. season -he ackedfiip 67 field goals' against tig .Ten opposition; and dropped i SB but of : '48 free throw at- empts., ' ' . , BUFFALO FIVE - ; HEAKOFiODP Bison Talce North Iowa Top Plate, .HayelClear Cage Record for Season., NORTH-IOWA STANDING ' ·· W. L. Buffalo · Center ....-.·... Clear Lake .;......;.....'. NorthwooiJ - . . . , . . ' . - , . . . , . Bel mo n i l : - ' . . . . ; Forut.'Ctty . . . . . . . . . . . . . L a k « - M i l l s ·". Brltt Garner .......' :.. Pel. -.1,000 - .888 : . * « 7 ' .55S ' .313 ·ill! .111 .BUFFALO CENTER--Defeating Lake Mills 21. to S,' Buffalo Center high .school clinched tlie North Iowa' conference championship and closed-the season without a .'defeat in :16. consecutive, basketball games. " ' · -.The.: local; squad * also won .the Winnebago county title, and scored 446 points to 219-for opposing .outfits. : ' . , · - · - SEASON'S HECORD UnKalo Crnlcr 37; THonka c. ' Buffalo Center 42 Thompson' 8. Buffalo Center, 32;.VorlUwoofl 10. y Btiffalo Center.43: Brltt-.lt.. Buffalo Center 33; Pocahontas' 7. Buffalo Center*28; Forest City "H, Buffalo Center 20; Swea City 17. Buffalo Center 29; Lake 31111s J l . Buffalo Centcr-29; Northwood V S5. · Buffalo Center 2fi; Thompson 18. · Buffalo Center 141 Clear LaKe 11. Buffalo Center 21; Forest city, II. Bnffalo Center 25; Lake Mills 13..'. ' Buffalo Center. So; Forest Clly 13. Buffalo .Center 17; Belmond '14. .--Buffalo Center 21; Lake Mills 8. FLETCHER DIES AT DOUGHERTY Aged Fanner's Funeral to Be Held Friday at Marble Rock. DOUGHERTY--Robert Fletcher,.82,.died Tuesday, night, at. the home of his son, Louis, after he had been ill for about a yean He was bo.rn in Kenosha, Wis., Feb. 10, 1855 and had farmed at Dougherty since 1878. Surviving are a -son, Louis, seven grandchildren and two '.great grandchildren. His wife-died 'April 11. 1911. Funeral services will be held Friday afternoon at- the M. E. church in Marble Rock. Mrs.'Bigelow, 7.1, Dies at Osage Home OSAGE--Mrs. Will Bigelow, 71, died late T u e s d a y a t t h e home of her daughter, Mrs. Will Pilgrim, from" heart disease. Dora Trowbridge-was'born in Lincoln township and was married 47 years ago. The family moved' to Nora Springs and then lived in Minnesota, later returning to Osage. Surviving are her husband and. three daughters, Mrs. Pilgrim and ^Mrs. Frank. Hennessey of Osage and Mrs. Belle Medinnis of Lyle, Minn.,, and one son, 'Newton, of. Albert Lea. y RUDD CAPTURES 2 FIRST PLACES Nora Springs Alsol Given High Declarn Rank at Rockford Meet. ROCKFORD--Rudd high school students were awarded two firsts and one second in the state preliminary declamatory. contest held. at the Rockford high school auditorium-Monday evening. The ranking was as follows: Oratorical, Ruth WaUbaum, Rudd, first; Ve- nold Steidl, Nora Springs, second. -- - !l Dramatic, Bernice Brandau, Rudd, 500 merchants and dealers pres- first; Georgia McQuiston, Marble Resolutions Sent to Iowa Legislators to Protest Sales Tax - SWEA CITY--J. E. Vaux,' secretary of the Merchants and Consumers league, sent 136 letters to the representatives - and senators at Des Moines, containing resolutions asking repeal of the Iowa retail sales tax. . . . Contributions jir^ pouring in from'various m e r c h a n t s a n d wholesale dealers · to aid in the sales tax fight, it was stated here,' besides letters from every part of Iowa in commendation for the activity and efforts of the league. The next meeting is to be held Thursday night at Ochcyedan with ent. A. B. Twceteri, president of the league, and Mr. Vaux will call the meeting. Defender Locates . Only One Covey in , Opening I)og 'Trial ' - .-. ST.- .AUGUSTNE.--.!^, (UP)-Coming home six. under- .par jfor one. -of -the greatest -rounds of competitive 'golf ever seen here, 'Patty Berg' ol Minneapolis Tuesday captured the medal, in the Florida East .Coast' Women's r .tournament with a 76, : . · ; - . . : ' . , :. .". The ' blazing home round, of 34 placed Patty two strokes' 'under her- nearest rival, Dorothy Traung of ;· San LFrancisco,- v who ' posted a 78. GBAND UNCTION, -Ji'.e pj-- 'Siilu, queeri'of the.-.'blue- loo'ded bird. dogs in 193G, was far ff ' the, form- which captured" the iiarnpionship last year, . in. the pening of the' forty-second, na- onal field trials. The : liver and ' white, pointer itch from the. New York kennels f A. G. C. Sage could locate. only lie covey-in a-'thrcerUour cham- iohship rufi. She. captured the tile last year, by- pointing: six in ierfect:"fqrni. "·' " . . . . . . ~ -" Her , failure . left : Shanghai Ex- iress, owned by. G..M. Livingston, Yew York .and Air Pilot Sam of j. D. Johnston, : Evansville, Ind., e'ading. a, .field of the nation's greatest bird dogs. St; Ambrose Takes.' Dubuque. Cage Carrie DUBUQ.UE, (IP) ---Frank: Shea, Saint Ambrose guard, scored two field baskets in the last three minutes to give Ambrose' a 39 to 38 Victory over Dubuque university in an Iowa ' conference ganje here Tuesday night · - .- . Saint Ambrose held.a 15 to 14 halftime lead but the Spartians went /ahead, through most of . the second period! ' ' . . ' · Tofrnelli, Ambrose forward, led the scoring with 14 points. WesleyaivWins Test With Dutch -Hoopers - PELLA, (/P) -- Iowa .Wesleyan's 15 point' halftime · lead', gave the Tigers a 54 to 43 victory over Central college here Tuesday .night as Bob Frost; .Wesleyan center, secret 20 points. , . ';' , ' ' '. Central .made a good showing: ii the second h a l f ' but failed to threaten-after the Tigers ran Hit count, to- 34 to 19 in the . f i r s period. ' . . ' . ' " ' ". Husker Grapplers . .Stop Iowa's Team IOWA CITY, (UP)--Nebraska \vrestleirsj; hbwe\yard . bound from an: eastern,: trip, ' conquered · th University o£ Iowa's team TiieS' day night,'--15%'. to 14'/4. The vie tors built up a heavy margin ii lightweight matches. Wilbur Nead, Iowa,.provided Un quickest fall of tlie : evening in th heavyx^ekght' class,ytlirowing 'Yos in 59 seconds. HAWKS '.WOT. BOSTON,; (UP).--The lowly Chi cago -BlacJchawks defeaterd th Bosfon-Bruins, 4Tto,0'before 12,00 Tuesday.in a fast national hocke league.game featured by two fis fights. iCensettHigH Wins 16tK Game of Year ·K-E.N S E'T T--Kensett's :' : high school..team closed i(s regular campaign here Tuesday night by defeating Grafton, 38 to 22. The five seniors who comprised the local quintet competed in their fina scheduled.game. · '.. . Tuesday night's win gave Kensett a record of 16 wins in 20 tarts for the season. Wright, Iowa Falls, .Is Rotary Candidate IOWA FALLS^-P.' K. Wright is eing presented by. the Iowa Falls Rotary'club for governor nominee of ; the .Eleventh District of Rotary ' International for 1937-38. He nas: been a director -of'the club hers lor six years and has ser'vcc as vice ' president and as dent. Mr.- W. right is' the presi- . Iowa manager for McGraw and company,' in vestment bankers, of Chicago His-work has. taken him to maiiy parts of Iowa and he has availed himself of the opportunity to visit many other Iowa" Rolar; Divorce, Is Granted. C L A R I O N -- O l i v e Katherine Kuhnvvas granted a"divorce.from Charles Edward Kuhn', Monday by'Judge H. E. Fry, on charges 6 cruel and inhuman treatment. Th( plaintiff \vas .-granted custody ',o the minor, son, :$10 per month fo support of the child, and al household goods and chattels'a. alimoiiy. . · · IOWA: CITV. .r.1'i"~-.;wisi-uiia!ii frc£hnic;i. dercatcd Uilivcrsity .ul iowa'yeailing track and field alli- letes : 64% to 34% in a'postal meet. Coach Ted Swenson announced Wedriesday.' -Wisconsin \voii- seven of-a possible 10 firsfc-places,; SHOOTS GOLF .SARASOTA; Fla., ' (UP) -Dizzy .Dean,. recalcitrant Cardinal who won't go .to Daytona Beach Until they "pay.me what I'm worth," tpok his spring 'training oh'the golf-course-here while other. St. .Louis Cardinals! warmed up at the training camp.. .'Dean said Cardinal officials had not invited him lo Daytona Liaacli foi !i s.il.uy confcicnLc, bill ridded ".t'ni nul'asking llicm lu coine to SEC nie uiilcis they want to pay me what.I want." He:demands a $50,000 contract for 1D37. Charles City News [ School Program for Wider Training . Told by Miss Parker CHAHLES CITY -- Miss Jessie arker, of the state department, of ducation, Des Moines,-and W. A. Vilderstein presented the 1 new rogram' outlined by Miss,. Agnes amuelson,' superintendent of pub- c instruction, to' a group .of'edu- ators, and .parents. Tuesday; eve- ing'ih the music room.of the high chool. Miss Parker outlined the oals o f ' the school, community noV state' through a new approach 'tiich ' will',, co-ordinate existing gencies in 'developing character. Social cohdust;;, home relations nd [spiritual- growth .can be im- rpye'd .under.-'this :new program ccordihg to'Miss Parker who has eceived favorable reports .where le.plan is in operation^ The schobi s urged to co-operate with pastors n finding, a church.hom'e .for every hild- and : ."cpmmuriity' interests can e'- dev.elpped-b"y..thVstudy of local istbry, health projects,..study 'of irds,'trees-and flowers. Safety, state institutions,' study f vocations, citizenship, cohserva- on, leisure-time activities are ome.of the things mentioned in oals - for the state. Miss Parker tated it was the plan to stimulate nterest' in. the .new. program ,by iving rating, cards. She "believes iy following it through'it would :ive. a long needed correlation in he work, of schools and churches. Mr. .Wilderstein .-gave -some dif- erent'angles about the program and ; led .in; a - discussion before'the meeting closed. 'He interviewed the pastors arid stated they they favored-the '-'For Iowa Club" plan. Aged Man Succumbs '· . as Result of Fall EAGLE GROVE--Nicholas Niles, 70, died at the hospital in Webster City as the result of a "all on the ice arid fracture of his hip. He is survived by the widow and the. following sons and daugh.ers: Mrs. Joseph McDonald,-Mrs. Gordon Merrill, Miss Margaret Nilles, Charles J. and William, all of Webster City; Mrs. W. W. Frakes of Eagle Grove; Mrs. Harold Frakes of Goldfield; Mathias of Duncombe; Mrs. Robert Harri- gari.'of Huntington Park, Cal.; Mrs. Joseph Mix of Denver, Colo.; Mrs. Robert.Finch of Truman, Minn.; Mrs. Kenneth -Fetrow ;of CJare, and Joseph of Fort Dodge. HOUSE BEING BUIlT BURNS Dumont Farm -Structure Is Destroyed as Plaster Is Dried. 1 DUMONT--Fire of uncertain origin Monday evening destroyed the farm ^residence 24x38, being constructed on the Bert Savidge place 5 miles west on No. 10-and a mile south on the paving. The old house on the place had been moved to a new foundation with a Eull basement . and was being completely remodeled by a local contractor, Mayor-J. M. Manifold. Mr. .Manifold had put on storm .vindows Monday and tlie plaster- jr, Henry Cimmers, had begun work. The plastering was being dried with a heater in. an upstairs room and it is thought the house caught fire from it. The loss is partly covered with insurance. Rockwell Program lo Be Given Two Nights ROCKWELL^-The :..high school band mothers are sponsoring a public entertainment at .the school auditorium Friday and Saturday evenings, March 5 and .6, when a one-act play will be presented and the band and orchestra will play contest musical selections. ' Seek School Position. .' lOW A : F ALLS--A| . .the. ; school election Monday, C. H.j Kopn and K.' \V. Schalk' are candidates for election to the board to a vacancy created. by. the expiration of Mr. Koon's term of office. Tl contest places him as a' candidate for the fourth time. Flock, second. Humorous', division, Loraine Taylor,' Nora Springs, [ivst; and Jane Hofler, Rudd, second. The. judges were Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Addison and Lucille Hook of the Osage high school faculty. Mrs. Slama .Funeral . Conducted at Gresco CRESCO--Tuneral services were held Tuesday for Mrs. Edward Slams, 82, who died Sunday at her home 10 miles southwest of Cresco. Her maiden name was Josephine.Mlady, born iii November, 1854. : Mr. Slama preceded, her in death several years ago. Burial was in the New Oregon cemetery, south of Cresco. . MOVIE ; By D. B. E. BELOVED ENEHIY" TALE OF IRISH REBELLIO1V ·:. .. The Irish bid for Apolitical freedom -from England that followed the "World war is the historical background for "Beloved Enemy," appearing at the Cecil' through Thursday. - . . ' ' - : , "Beloved Enemy" lias a lot to offer as a worthwhile picture. The plot is well put together, the,.acting is excellent,, .the .parts well cast and the love-story of Brian Aherne and Merle Oberon, the stars, is . moving '. and powerful, Mrs. Thomas Foy, 7 1 , Emmetsburg, Succumbs EMMETSBURG--Funeral services for Mrs. Thomas Foy, 71, pioneer Emmetsburg resident, who died suddenly Tuesday noon here, have been tentatively set for Thursday morning. Burial will' be in St. John's cemetery.. Mrs. Foy, the -former Ellen Donovan, spent practically her entire life ill Emmetsburg and Palo Alto county. Prominent in .social and church circles here, she was. active until shortly before her death which ac- curred four hours after she received, a paralytic stroke. Surviving are three children, Gerald Foy and Mrs. Bert Hughes, both of Emmetsburg, and Irving Foy of Denison, formerly of Estherville. Dierks of Meseryey.; Back From Germany MESERVEY--Mr. and Mrs.Dick Dierks returned Saturday from their trip to Germany. They came back on the Europa and were on the water six days. Blondy Ryan and Wife Visiting at Belmond BELMOND--Mr. and Mrs. John (Blondy) Ryan are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Michael Barry, for a few days before going to Brownsville, Texas, where "Blondy" will go to the spring training camp of the Minneapolis Millers. They have spent the winter in Massachusetts and other eastern states. . . Mrs. Inglis Is Named Hampton P. E. 0. Head HAMPTON--Officers elected by hapter AC, P. E. O., Tuesday vere Mrs. D. D. Inglis, president; [rs. D. D. Bramwell, vice presi- ent; Mrs. Adolph Boeye, corres- onding secretary; Mrs.'J. M. Burer, recording secretary; Mrs. Alert Sheets, treasurer; Miss Flornce Beebee, chaplain^ Mrs. R. C. obinson, guard. BACKSTAGE IN IOWA POLITICS Elthon Calls Recess Unconstitutional But Bystander Sees No Reason to Get Excited About It. Baldwin, 54?: Dies of Pneumonia Attack 'CHARLES CITY--wiiiam EU- *ehe Baldwin, 54, died Tuesday n the-Ce_dar Valley hospital from pneumonia. He is survived by one sister, Mrs. Howard. Morgan, Round Lake, Minn., and two brothers, George, Charles .City, and Arthur, Round Lake, .Minn. Funeral arrangements are being made. Funeral services will be held Thursday morning in the Catholic church for Mrs. Fred Strang,. a pioneer resident 'of Charles City. Mrs.. Strang died .at the home of ier daughter r in Milwaukee, .Wis., where she has made her-home'for several years.. ' ;. Charles City Briefs CHARLES CITY^-At the P. T. A: council meeting held 'in the high school, Mrs. E. 'A. Sheldon, chairman of the emergency committee, reported 6,523 bottles of milk were distributed during February. -'Free '· bottles' of milk Vvere distributed as follows: Lincoln, 652; C e n t r a 1, '488; McKinley, 841; Washington, 1,163; Academy, 559. Members elected on the nominating committee were/Mrs. W. E. Voreck, Mrs. 'Albert Schilling arid Mrs..Lawrence Guthart. ' · .. · -''Mrs. Frank Vaala :o£ -Rockford had a iriajoV operation'in th'e : Cedar .Valleyrhpspital Tuesday. Mrs. Stanley Brown is'visiting her husbanti's parents, Mr. and Mrs.;E. G. 5§ro\vn, this week. Mr. Brown, who has "been associated with Swift and company in'Chi- cago for five /month's,' will supervise the erection of a ^soy-bean plant at Champaign; III. Officers, elected at the meeting o f - t h e Charles City Dental.'club are. Dr. E. -W.' Krome'r, "VVayerly, president, and Dr. W. -E! Voreck, Charles^ City, secretary' and' treasurer. ? Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Gait have received word thai their son. Dr. C. UIIIT. Gait, who is with tlie TJ. u public health tJCT\'ic'c, lias Ijoen ' -"sfEriTd fi'imi Scuttle ,Wash., lo Cl^vclancl,' Ohio". C. G. Sands, head of the Coast to\Coast store, has purshased the Wayne G. Fluent home,' 305, Second, avenue,' BY GEORGE MILLS (Iowa. Daily Press Bureau) Atter Speaker F o s t e r took things into Ms own hands and recessed the Imya house for five days, .Senator 'Elthon called the action unconstitutional. '|If tlie speaker can do that, there is nothing to prevent"him from banging the gavel and .adjourning for four ' months," said the senator. "That," responded a droll bystander unimpressed with legislative .efficiency, "is not a bad idea." ] ' . * * a POLITICAL KIBITZERS Political kibitzers are having a lot of fun second guessing Governor Kraschel on the numerous appointments - the governor must make shortly to numerous ' state boards and commissions. Senator Max Geske now is being given a whirl in the rumors for the so-called "northeast .Iowa place" on the highway commission. .There, are no longitudinal and- latitudinal requirements . for highway cornmissibner, but the northeast corner wants recognition. . : . ' . - · ' : Cedar -Rapids is getting a geographical play on the G. Oi P. appointment to the parole board. Former Lieutenant Governor Ernest Moore and -Taylor Grimes, brother of Gubernatorial Candidate' John Grimes, are' said to be the finalists following elimination brackets in the parole'race. MICROSCOPE W. Earl : Hall, managing: editor of the Mason City Globe-Gazette, may not'know it but he has been under the microscope as a possible appointee, to the state board ol education. What's; more,''.they- say Hall probably will be offered a place on the board. . * - * * · GLOATING LOBBYIST One of Lthose .roving lobbyists who makes' all. the .state, legislatures "(interpret the.word "make 1 any way,you like) favors the:Nebraska one-house system.. He' stopped, off. in' Iowa-legislative halls to gloat over.his brethren here who tmist influence a majority of 158 law makers to ga'ii Ilirir ends. . · "AIT yoii need in Nebraska arc :;:'. voles." he pointed -mil. Mc- bi-L^ka's single house has··!!$ members. - . . .· : · .. · : .». i» »',' ' , LIQUOR CONTROL Hectic history in-state liquoir control will be recalled before ong when the contract for haul- ng liquor to the 135 state stores comes up for bids.. The present contract with a Des Moines firm, a story petrel in the 1935 legislative liquor investigation, runs out June 1. Normal procedure is expected to cause bids to. be asked sometime early in May. Or about the time that corn usually is planted and therefore shortly after legislatures usually adjourn. # * * SIT DOWN STRIKES ' . Tucked away in Hepresentativi Gene Reilly's labor disputes bill in the Iowa house is a phrase which some observers contend ~" woul legalize sit down strikes. Reilly.is emphatic in declarini he has no such intention. "If it i so interpreted, he will amend i himself, he says. ,, The phrase is part of a sectiot which would prohibit (he court from issuing injunctions whi'cl prevent a worker from ". . . ceasing or refusing to pel- form any work or to remain in anj relations of'employment. . . ." ". . . To remain in any relation of employment" means "sit down to some of the'boys who daily co: the reams of new bills. * * -f HEAT PUT. O N . Drive for Senator George Park er o£ Independence .for'the rcpub lican board of control appoinlmen reached maximum proportions las week. Governor Kraschel is sai to have heard from' the Pa rice camp by letter, phone and delega lion. Thornton Declarn a tory Winners Are Announce) THORNTON--The home de- lamatory contest was .held at the 'liornton auditorium. W i n' n e r s vere: Oratorical, f i r s t , R.u.th ,igjitbody; second, 'Lorene Thros- el; dramatic,'first, Martha Ruth 'ames; second, Geneva Peterson; lumorous, first, Mary Courtney; econd, Bereneice Thada. Judges vere Mrs. Nell Hunter, Mrs. Rob Roy Cerney, Mrs. D. H. Fitzpat- ick of Mason City. Whether the senator will b named, or whether E. H. Felton present republican member, is t he retained is one of the problem expected to come to a head week. th ,ila Stubbe Queen of Dumont High Carnival DUMONT--The school carnival leareci about $40. Miss Lila itubbe, a senior, was crowned jueen of the evening, having re- eived the most votes in a nopu- arity contest. The-third grade re- eived a five pound box o£ candy or selling 42 tickets. MOVIE MENU CECIL.-- "Bbloved Enemy" through .Thursday;-'. , .PALACE -- "Woman-Wise" a n d "Mysterious Crossing" through Thursday; ' ' STATE -- '-'The Gliost Goes West"., and "Headine Crasher" through Thursday. STRAND -- "Larceny of the Air" and "Kelly the Second" through Thursday. LAKE--(Clear Lake)--"Roberta" ' tlirough Thursday. vithoiit-being overdrawn or melodramatic, ' - . : . . - . Aherne, as Dennis Riordan, "rish revolt leader, learns- from Helen Drummond (Siiss Oberon}, daughter of Lord Ashleigh (Henry Stephenson), sent from 'England :o Dublin to investigate the secret activities of the Irish leaders, that compromise as well as fighting can benefit a cause. Aherne makes a fascinating and clean lover in the truest Irish' sense of the word. ' : " Tlie supporting cast includes Karen niorley, Jerome Cowan, newly from the stage, David Nl- ven, Donald Crisp and Ra Hould, 12 year old New Zealand lad. . . - * * . » JR. CHAMBER IN ftLCON A FORMED Haggard Elected. Head of New Group; May. Have 100 Members. ALGONA--At a meeting Monday evening at the Legion hall, a Junior Chamber of 'Commerce was formed in' Algona with John Haggard, president; Frank Baldwin, vice president; Vic Steil, secretary, and Evan. Finnell, treasurer. About 43-men were .present with R. B. Waller presiding. Milton Norton and O. S. Reiley, president and .secretary of the senior Chamber of Commerce, spoke brief ly. . · . A group of speakers from Humboldt i.was scheduled .to be heve but were unable to be present. Various committees were appointed of which Dr. C. C. Shierk is chairman to report on the Ames constitution and by-laws at the next meeting. Dr. C. C. Sehaap was appointed chairman of the membership drive and- all members who-join between now and the next -meeting will be considered charter members. It is expected that . a junior chamber membership can reach 100 in and near Algona. A Dutch lunch.was served at the close of the. meeting. INTHEMA1LBAG Comments Mrs. H,' R. H. of Clear Lake in the morning mail: "I enjoyed 'Pennies from-Heaven' a lot. Edith': Fellows''- natural acting far overshadowed' Madge Evans. It's the first picture Ring Crosby lias made that I've cared for--he seemed more human instead of just a 'phonograph,'.as it were. I saw.'Theodora Goes Wild.' : Irene Dunne was fine, such · a .different role'. than" I'd seen-her in. before. .Here's hoping-to see her again as a comedienne." *, * * Many sports, notables are included in the picture "Woman- Wise," which opened. Wednesday at the Palace with Michael Whalen and Rochelle Hudson m the leading loles Among tlie spoils celebuties w h o have'"bit" parts, are Fidel LaBarlia, former flyweight champion- of t h e world, who retired in-1927, and Pat Flaherty, former Red Sox 'and Giants pitcher. Supporting roles in this pic- Dr. Wriffht Heads Club. WEST UNION--Dr, H. S. Wright was ejected president of the West Union Citizens' club at the annual meeting Monday evening. R. F. Estey is vice-president;. E. R. Ballard secretary, and C. W. Grimes, treasurer. · , Buried at Lawlcr. NEW HAMPTON--John-McPall, 70, died Saturday in Billings, Mont., after an illness of six months. Funeral services will be Saturday morning at Our Lady oE Mount.'Carmel church at Lawler with the Rev. John O'Donnei!, pastor, officiating. ture of crooked boxing and a crusading. sports editor determined to clean it up are taken by Alan Dinehart, Thomas Beck, Astryd. Alhvyn, Douglad Fowley. and Chick Chandler. Second film to be shown on the program is "Mysterious Crossing," which features James Dunn and Jean'Rogers. OLD-TIME DANCE *·?£" FRIDAY "TM ART'S NIGHT HAWKS BENNBTT-GRBTE-N i2i" SATURDAY TM°} ART KASSEL And His Kassels In the Air ONLY COUI'LES 1V IL L BE ADMITTED Admission 51.50 Per Couple · All Tax Included ftoolh Kcserv.tKocn if Deirctl at fl.no and $l.i0 Per Doolh SAFETY KILL Two years ago tlie democratic stale administration could not generate any republican enthusiasm for a- bill consolidating- the state's law enf o'rcin g a gen ci es. sti c h as the bureau' of investigation, the highway patrol and the;liquor investigators. '. .That's why it will be interesting to note whnt will happen when the saiv" id'-n .inner'':,- in fenubMriin ckiX'T, in llic Io\vn liousc I'lib we-' . , G. 0. 1 J . Representative Dean Peisen will file a public safety bill which Is'a closer'relative than a first cousin, fo the original democratic-consolidation idea. NOW THHU THURSDAY in FRED ASTAIHE GINGER ROGERS "ROBERTA" with Irene Dunne-Randolph Scott COMING SUNDAY "The Great O'Mallcy"'.-. ·and--"Hideaway Girl" DANCE at BRITT COLISEUM to · · LAWRENCE WELK and ff is Band Tlmrsday,March4 Admission 69c and 29c $ TONIGHT tf» IS THE BIG NIGHT «} THE REGULAR WEDNESDAY EVENT--WITH $ SCREENO $ On the Screen: TWO SWELL SHOWS PRANKIE DARRO in "HEADLINE CRASHER" --with-Kane Richmond-IVIuriel Evans . . and "The Ghost Goes. West" --with-JEAN PARKER ' ROBT. DO.XAT EUGENE PALLETTE \'orlh lowa'i Mast Beautiful Theatre BETRAYED.;. HIS SWEETHEART! MERLE , OBERON BRIAN . i A H E R N E - ...HIS COUNTRr the PR1ZE1 KAREN MORIEV D A V I D N I V E N · Starts Saturday DOUBLE FEATURE PROGRAM 1. Sylvia Sidney, Henry Fonda "YOU ONLY LIVE ONCE" and Z. ' Clark Gable, Carole Lombard' in "NO MAN OF HER OWN" WED. WED. COUNTRY STORE N I T E "Larceny.oil the Air" -with BOB LIVINGSTON GRACE BRADLEY Mat. I6c -- Eve; 21c [ AND THRILLS "KELLY THE SECOND" with Patsy Kelly Guinn ' ENflS THLIRSDAY AH ABSOBBIHG MURDERMYSTERYI W James · Dunn - -Jean Rogers COMING SATURDAY Unmasked for l.li.e first time-- .ViiKricii's secret Fraternity of fiends! "BLACK LEGION" A n o t h e r beautiful piece of the Roses 'of Sharon Hot Oven Din- i nerware Service! 2 -- SWELL SHOWS -- 2 She had her sweetheart hanging- on flie rones! NEW MIRROPHONIC SOUND" STARTS SATURDAY^

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