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· I- M.. .** I' al fii bi £ ME ti ten; fecintt 1 Kem yoi |Per i IShepl 1st. s IFOR mir iity ' wit Iborde 1 [less. MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, APRIL 8 1936 NINE E^GAZETTE SP JOE DANIELS HEAD OF LOCAL LEAGUE (Ctuitluuud from e 8) veteran sports fan, S. J. Sobieske, will act as vice president. W. L. Nichols was elected treasurer, while Bill Tyler was named secretary. The board of directors will be headed by Fred Wagner, and will include four members representing league teams, as well as four or more others who will be "representatives at large." Three entries have already been submitted for the local league, with Pabst Blue Ribbon set to go, as are Decker Brothers Sporting Goods shop and Tyler Stewart's Brownies, who have a sponsor for the season, but did not announce their backer on Tuesday night. A fourth entry will be sought in several areas. The B. and 0. Drug store, Jacob E. Decker and Sons packing plant, and other local organizations will be approached, while Clear Lake and other nearby communities are to be contacted. The board of directors and officers will meet next week to complete the league setup, after a fourth, sponsor is secured, President Daniels announced Tuesday night. as My Ubl to Head Sports at Cherokee Schoo; Coaches Leave Old Jobs CHEROKEE--My Ubl, physical education instructor at Drake university and former University of Minnesota and Drake football and basketball star, has been made athletic director of Cherokee high school, according to announcement made Tuesday. He succeeds George Hicks, not a candidate for re-election aftw nine years in that department. Roy Jarrard, Eagle Grove wrestling coach, was elected wrestling coach here, succeeding Elmer Bicr- baum, who resigned to enter private business. HERMAN REPORTS WINSTON-SALEM. N. Car. (/Pi --Babe Herman, last of the Reds' holdouts, was expected to report here Wednesday as the team resumes the series with Detroit. Lee Stine, rookie hurler, and Hub Walker were recovering from a slight attack of influenza which sent them to bed. Incidentally, it will be "Crowder day" in this, his home town. TWO FIVES HAVE HEAT ON ALLEYS (Continued 'rum pilRt; 8) with 2,997, while Blumer's Golden Glow rolled 1,024 for the leading game. Frank Pirkl's 224 single was tops, as was the 612 series of L. A. "Al" Moe. * * * The official prize list for the Lyone Cleaners bowling classic was announced Wednesday by Hans G. Pusch, secretary of the Mason City bowling association. Although the Lyons title went out of town for the third year in a row, when W. J. "Bill" Markley of Fort Dodge won the event, Barney Duncan of Mason City was a good second with an 830. Iowa to Open on Track Against Combined Team From Neighbor Schools IOWA CITY, t3P)--Iowa's track and field team, with a few star individual performers and enough balance to offer formidable opposition to any dual meet opponent, will open its 1936 outdoor schedule next Saturday against the combined forces of Coe and Cornell. Coach George T. Bresnahan's indoor team won five of six indoor meets, but the Hawkeye coach expects to make even a better showing in the outdoor season. THE SCHEDULE April M--Oirm'Jl-CiJf ai Iowa. April 18--KuiiHiis relnys. April 2-1. 25--Dnihe IX'lll.vs. M;ly 2--Xurtlnvfstcni nnd \Vlscmlnln at Imvii. Mily 1G--lm-tt lit Minnesota. .May 22, 23--Kid 'JVn mct-i nt Columbus. June .1--Central IntcrcollrpliHra at Mll- nuUcf. June 13--Mlihvrst Olympic trlul* nl ICMVJI. June ly, 20--Aatloniil collegiate* ut Utl- .Imn. 3(5, 27--National A. A. 1 : . nu-et. July 10. II--Final Olympic trials. Lyons Cleaners Bowling Classic OFFICIAL PRIZE LIST Big Ten Teams Hold All But Two of Relay Marks DES MOINES. (/B--Big Ten teams hold all except two of the records for relay events in the university section of the Drake relays. The exceptions arc University of California at Los Angeles' mile relay mark and Louisiana State's two-mile record. Illinois is tops inthe 440 yard and four mile relays; Iowa owns the 880 yard ands buttles hurdle records and Purdue has the best ;ime for the distance medley. NAME MurkU-y, \V. J. Duncan, 15. Knurhsnn, A. Svviiffiinl, J'ettrMi", i sjlnmioits, lA'VTrtdn, riultfvan, ( O'Krll. Fa t'lark, \v. Shannon, Ed . . Kudcllffc. ) I.ui-as, G.' Yinine, T. rrlnnlgan, (·OKU, ,1. MacDuiuilil Tnriiare-. t Krinnc, O Sondcriiaui Ilrundfs, I Stnlnlnxik Bey, Kudy Syck, Iru Maimhl. F. Kaufman, .11. 1'avpy. l,cs« KublnMiil. llisc*. Ho Curd, H. 5 A ·. JB W. S K«y I. ; Uoc Ed llo«» ,M. ... L H. '...... ', I. J. II. . '. ( ', . . . . . . . rd, A. l '. I. t M Vralik ".' '. '. '. '. ::: I .... Muson city Vustln, Minn .... F»»rt iNniKe .... PCS Miilnn .... iVntvrhH \lbcrt Lftt, Minn. .... .... .Miifon City .... Mason City .... Austin. Minn. .... Watrrluo .... Austin, Minn .... Fort Dodge « . .... WiiterlM) .Miisiin Cltv Mitsoti t:ilv Amen ,.., .Mjisim jil .... Waterloo .... Austin, Minn. .... Wnter-hMi .... Mason City .......... .... Mnnuii City .... Mn$0i] -|ty DCS Mollies .......... SCOttE 850 «30 K23 800 . 803 . 71)9 193 7.17 786 7.14 163 7flO 750 749 744 742 726 722 721 721 718 716 71.1 TU 712 712 Tit lie lie lit Tie lie Tie Tie 1'IUZK $50.00 30.00 20.00 15.110 12.WO 10.0(1 :I.OO S.VU 8.00 1.50 -.. BO 7.00 H.OO li.OO a.oo 8.00 .1.00 ·i.6u 4.50 4,00 4.00 4.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 J.OO :i.oo :i.oo : no :.oo TOTAL $263.PO S1ATE.MKNT ttccHvcd 1'nid Out Hit lU-unlar rritrit-s {al S3.(Ill . . . . . . .S2G7.00 32 Flutes In prUft $263,00 34 He-i:ntrh-s @ $3.00 IU2.00 123 TITS lor howling @ S3.00 ...... 123.00 Monatlrni 17.00 ' Total $386.00 !2X Kn(rlc« and dimatii.n Tcilal . . .S3XO.UO QUT'GF THE P R E S S B O X ing- the counties this way. My team would always be competing agains Mason City, a perennial representa live at the final meet. There are other schools in the state in th same fix as we are so we will cr on the others' shoulders. (Ida Grove Mt. Pleasant, and others, please notej ·-.I 4: * I attended the district meet a Estherville this year and will say i was one of the best tournaments that I have ever seen. I have at tended the state tournaments fo the past 14 years, either in South Dakota or Iowa, without a miss. It seems too bad that some of th fine teams that were eliminated there were not at Des Moines for the finals. Sioux City, Ida Grove Ledyard and Lake Park were excel lent teams. The same holds true all over the state, when teams like Burlington Roosevelt, Fairfieid, Dubuque, am others are eliminated. The representatives from these ( a* C H O O S E S TOP at your favorite spot and join the throng by asking for Pabst TAPaCan. For ninety-two years Pabst has been making fine beer. And now, for the first time--that original brewery goodness is captured at the brewery and brought to you--though you may live across the continent--just as Pabst made it. Sealed in -- fully protected, non-refillable, tamper-proof-Pabst Export Beer reaches you with all its delicate bouquet and flavor. Enjoy Pabst from your own convenient personal container--enjoy beer with a deliciousness and purity you have never tasted before. Go best, young man, and refuse all substitutes. Call for the best by name--Pabst TAPaCan. Old Tankard Ale Enjoy genuine Old Tankard Ale -- full bodied, full flavored. full Btrength. Brewed and mellowed by Pabst. I N S I S T O N O R I G I N A L P A B S T T A P a C a n · Brewery Goodness · Non-refillable Sealed Right In · Flat Top--It Stacks · Protected Flavor · Save* Half the Spaw « No Deposits to Pay · Nothing to Return · No Breakage B R E W E R Y G O O D N E S S S E A L E D R I G H T I N (c, 13^5, pr«ipier-l'»bBt Corp. my proposed districts at the state tournaments the past two years are as follows: 1936. District 1--Logau. District 2--None. District 3--Mason City, Webster City. District 4--Waterloo West. District 5--None. District 6--Creston. District 7--Ames, Ottuniwa. District 8--Davenport. 1935. District 1--Sioux City. District 2--None. District 3--Mason City, Forest City. District 4--Independence. District 5--Clarinda. District 6--None. District 7--Grinnell. District S--Davenport, Washing ton. * * * A plan could be worked out in the permanent districts, from year to year where the counties would line up with their east and west neighbors, say on alternate years. That will have to be done by another man who is crazy. The longer a man plays and coaches the game the crazier he gets. This epistle is the product of 22 years' association with the game either as a player or a coach so a lot of errors will have to be overlooked considering the above facts. I hope they will be treated in that light and not be tirown in the waste basket before: seeing a few merits in them. I am Yours very truly, Chris Johnston Clear Lake high school HIGH SCHOOL SET TO DEFEND TITLE (Continued From Page « man. Lloyd Morris, who saw plenty of action in 1931, Senefino Vicari, a sophomore prospect, and Tom Hum- eliote, wildman of the wrestling mat, are other candidates. Two teams in the Mohawk schedule have not been assigned dales, but the rest of the card is in shape for the early season. Webster City and Austin, Minn., are the teams with which dates are not settled. PKOBABLE SCHEDULE. April II--Trojann vs. .-Mohawks, hue. April IK--Mohawks ut \Vnvrrly. April 21--Wetater City vs. Muluitrltn. Here. April 24--s\vea City v.s. .MohawkR, here. April 25--Austin, Minn., vs. Mohawks, here. April 27--HrlHtou- \s, Mohaxvk*. here. May 1-2--trro lionlo tournament, here. PALS WORRY JOE ABOUT NEW CLUB (Continued From rase 8} in Los Angeles . . . John Henry Lewis collected $12,000 for beating Jock MeAvoy . . . Judge Landis put on 15 pounds during his Florida stay and looks great. Jockey Jimmy King of Cleveland hopes to celebrate his eighteenth birthday May 2 by winning- the Kentucky Derby aboard Higher Cloud . . . What's become of all youse guys who used to send in items for this corner? Brouwer Gets Third "I" From State Teachers as Winter Sports Are Over CEDAR FALLS--Francis Brouwer, tfhe only senior on the Iowa State Teachers college basketball team, was granted his third major "I" by the college athletic board. Brouwer was one of the 41 men who received awards for participation in winter sports here Hiis year. BASKETBALL Major letter--Darrell Black, Francis Bronwer, Robert Curtis, Griffin Esfrern, George r.lllul.v. Keith McCabe, Xorman Manshlp, '-oree pederMia and John Tolan. Fn-shman numeral--William Bolt, IjlVeme Downs, Thomaji Kanlfan, John Fee, Koy Martin. Malcolm McLelland, \YIIUam Sinif, Glenn Smaha, £d Trefzger and i*aut Varner. WRESTLUfG Major letter--Bay Cheney, Ivan Moore and Davis NatvlK. Minor letter--Donald Blue, Keith Bueirhly, John chumplln, James DeSpaln. Carroll Mathers, Korman Mlkkelson, Melvln, JNelson ;nd William SclmU. Freshman numeral--Earl Flflher, Robert Sherwood, Joe Dahms, Gordon Porter, Leo Olson, Raymond Holt, Warren Bon-ern, WI1- mar Dubes, Carroll Cook ana Don Greene. THREE YANKS WAIT HIGH POINT, N. Car., (.?)--At least three Yanks-will be waiting in New York while the team continues on its northward exhibition trek. Joe DiMag-gio has been in the big :ity for a couple days for treatment to 'his instep while Pat Malone and Frankie Crosetti started on their way Tuesday night. Crosetti was struck on the face by a foul ball and Malone has tonsilitis. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS NATIONAL LEAGUE STANLEV CCF PLAYOFF. Detroit 9; Toronto 4 (series score: Detroit panics; Toronto 0). CANADIAN-AMERICAN LEAGVE PLAYOFF. Philadelphia I; I'nnidence 0 (deciding imc). WRESTLING By THE ASSO:IATEI) PRESS M:\VAKK. x. .1.---foe rox. 220. Kanwi' City, dcfciilrd l^ntx Ousph, 223, Onmtiii, one all. XEW HAA EN, conn.--Donno O'.llahoncy, JO, Ireland, defeated Abe Colcman. 200, Nexv York. stralRlil falls, cd Abe Kikshry, 212, Tnterson. . J,, foil. Cyclones to Open Games With Other State Team AMES--Unless winter weather again interferes the Iowa State college bascbaJl nine will open its 1936 season with a trio of games with state opponents this week-eml. Thursday the Cyclone nine wil face Uie Tutors at Cedar Falls and will return there Saturday afternoon for another e-ngagement. Friday the Iowa State men will play Upper Iowa at Fayette. In case the ground conditions at Cedar Falls and Fayette are not satisfactory for the games and the Cyclone diamond is in good shape th" oft-postponed Simpson games may be scheduled for Friday and Saturday on State field. XANDERS HONORED DES MOINES, (IP)--Wayne Xanders, senior guard, has been named honorary captain of Drake's 1935-36 basketball team which shared the Missouri Valley conference championship with Creighton and the Oklahoma. Aggies. PLAN JUNIOR LOOP BURLINGTON--The Burlington American Legion post will sponsor a junior baseball league for Burling-ton and vicinity this summer. All boys under 17 will be eligible for membership on a team. Bowling Scores CRANK Players-- 1st 2nd 3rd To. Av. R. 0. Swafford .... 168 147 .170 401 164 W. O'DHI 200 142 177 BIO 173 T. R. Krumbbolz ., 134 168 127 44ft 150 C. C. Whitney .... 163 164 172 498 1BO R. Bey 173 170 154 4!I7 167 Actual Pins 857 791 806 IBM 818 Handicap 3ft 06 56 168 M Total Piiu 013 847 8622021 874 GALLAGHER'S PO.VUACS. Players. K. c. Sect ... D. Bnnibcr . . Gemrd . . . C, nundfcrson A. Eastman .. Actual Pln» .. Handicap . .., 1st 126 IBS 202 145 150 . 791 . 1 1 4 2nd ]4S 15ft 101 178 852 114 3rd 180 14H 157 155 133 Ty. 457 4B7 550 488 402 7H5 2-108 114 342 Total PlnB ...... 905 9G6 879 2750 917 Playt O. Kolb f. Haiti L. Cooitlns J. Jlcany W. Hick C. Kaufman DECKER'S PLANT. 1st 2nd 3rd In. AT. 195 171) 186 film 187 171 ... 198 307 182 202 177 ... 309 190 107 I8S 182 531 177 108 180 378 183 161 183 167 500 167 Actual Flni 806 918 0012715 S105 Handicap 81 81 81 213 81 009 Total Plnj ,.1001 10M 9!B 2997 STANDARD OIL CO. Players-- 1st 2nd 3rd Xo. Av. C. B. Holland 121 138 158 417 139 J. Doe 15.1 155 155 465 155 H. E. Payne 147 121 190 458 153 3. A. PMtsrnaJi ... 126 109 147 382 137 IV. X. Gamble 172 178 168 516 1.72 Actual Pln» 721 H90 818 2238 746 Handicap 87 97 97 291 87 otal Pin« 818 798 91S 2B29 843 HUGH DAVEV AND SON. Players -- . lit 2nd 3rd To. AT. L. A. Moe ........ 20fl 200 203 612 206 C. M. Lyons ...... 164 170 191 625 175 ,. r. Caves- ...... 167 157 173 407 186 G. Squlerj ........ 160 131 175 456 J52 !. M. Collins ..... 158 170 157 485 162 Vc.tunl Pins ....... 838 818 899 2575 861 ·landlcan ......... CO CO 80 180 60 Total Finn ...... 918 878 9S9 2755 921 BLUMER'S GOLDEN GLOW. Flayers 2nd 3rd In. AT. J. Farce 139 177 158 4!H 18(5 U. Km!! 195 393 122 510 170 E. Srirka 178 178 175 531 184 C. RMiop 146 219 185 550 183 B. M. Rmlcllffe ... '49 180 213 842 181 efuai Pins ....... 827 Ulndtelp ......... 77 947 8»3 2C.27 8S3 77 77 231 77 Tolnl Tins 904 1024 930 2858 960 Distributed by: WITWER GROCER CO. Tenth Street Southwest I'lioiie 815 lly THE ASSOCIATED PRKSS Clcteliiiid ( A ) 2; Nrw York ( N ) l. PMImlrllihla (N) 9: Atlanta ( S A ) S (1 In. nines, cold). rtilrnso f A ) X: I'ltisfourch ( N ) fi. rhlrnco ( \ 13; nirrcinelxun ( S A t "·:. st. i,nui\ ( N I -i: nsiin* n-i. n, »v 1'nrk (A 11; K n o x v l l l r S A I (i. Fto*tn n A I I : Chattanoocft ( S A t X ISTER.VATIO.VAI. JtOTOR TRUCK. ri.-.yprs-- 1*1 2nd 3rd TIL Av. Due IS3 155 16S 4115 1.13 K. A. \ \ a l k f r 172 tfi4 182 r.lK !7:t ICliinMili 14.", Ur. IRI1 4BS 13P. K. Smith 141 133 133 Mil 133 O'.VHI 133 133 .I.M J. Diyi I.M l(Sr, ... 310 165 Acttlnl Pins Handicap . 771 731 803 2313 771 77 77 84 338 71 Total I'lns RtK 81(i ;!S7 S.V.1 844 KOHTmVKSTKHX rF.MEXT CO. riivyrrs-- Is! 2nd 3rd To. Av. O. Kill! Ifii) ISO 19,1 M2 IR1 \V. I.avplle 1S6 Ififi 178 540 18t M. Sfhutt 15.1 172 172 49!! 10P. M. rirkl 1.17 1.11 142 450 130 F. I'lrkj Ififi IflO 224 r.KO · Ifi3 rln« S43 R Magician, Stellar Dance Team Top Cecil's Revue Film Feature on Bill is "The Prisoner of Shark Island" Jolinnie Dunn and his "Hollywood Holiday," lively stage revue, opened a two day engagement, at the Cecil theater here Wednesday. "The Prisoner of Shark Island," listed among the best of recent film releases, shares the two day program with the all-star Hollywood vaudeville. Among the outstanding' stage novelties to be presented is Bill Thornton's "Tick-Tock Topics," a "different" type of magic act. Bill summons watches, clocks, timepieces of all description, from hats and out of vases and almost out of thin air. In the climax of his performance, the novel magician produces a beautiful girl in a large clock which is apparently suspended in some magical fashion, a considerable distance above the stage. Don Stone and Sugar Kane, sensational west coast dance team, provide another highlight on the bill. Additional acts are presented by Dunn, himKclf; Spud Seal, pantomime artist: Mildred Perlee, dancing: star; the Stalac Brothers and Pearl; and Syble Lee and Joe Don- aJson, comedy experts. DON STONE AN1 SUGAR KANE North lowans on Frosh Teams as Tutors Begin Early Diamond Workout CEDAR FALLS -- Fifty-thrc freshmen have been reporting to Coach Dave McCuskey in the effort to make the yearling baseball team at Iowa State Teachers college. Coach McCuskey has not yet reduced the squad, but announced that he would begin the pruning when warm weather permits him to get a better line on his candidates. He expects to work with about 20 men for the regular season. No games have been scheduled as yet, but it is expected that several will be added to the usual two-game series with the Luther reserves. The squad includes the following North lowans: Llewellyn Boone, Dows; Arthur Gaffey, Riceville; Tom Hanifan. Swca City; Bernard Hughes, Lime Springs; Vernon Leach, Ackley: Hubert Missildine, Dumont; Ross Olson. Northwood; Don Schultz, Estherville and Max Trousdale, Alden. TAUSCHER LET OUT HICKORY, N. Car., LTl~The Indians' ranks were reduced by one Wednesday as Walter Tauscher, veteran right handed pitcher bought on condition from Minneapolis, was given his outright release. He planned to rejoin Minneapolis. The Indians were here for their twelfth spring game with the Giants. HERE'S SOME JOB HICKORY, N. Car., .T--That first base job seems to be quite a load for a couple of Giants' first basemen to carry. Terry played four innings against the Indians Tuesday and then ordered Sam Leslie to get out on the sack. Terry figured Sam's sprained back was no worse than his sore knee. NO GOLF MEET DES MOINES, UP--Drake relay visitors and coaches who want to play golf during their two-day visit here April 24 and 25 will have access to the Wakonda club. The annual tournament held in connection with the relays will not be played this year. RESTORE EVENT DES MOINES, W)--The hop, step and jump, an Olympic event, will be restored at the Drake relays program April 24 and 25 after a three years' absence. Redd of Quincy. III., set the present mark of 48 "feet, 3 inches in 1930. Teachers' Clab to Meet. DECORAH--The last meeting of the Decorah Teachers' club for this term will be held on Friday, April 10, in the office of the coun- :y superintendent of schools. Most of the rural schools are scheduled to close this month, but the Decorah public schools, due to the late start of classes last fall, will remain open until the last of May. At Mason City BT K. j. r. DUAMATIC FILM FKATliKKH WITH "liOLLVUOOU JIOLJDAY" "The Prisoner of Shark Island," Danyl F. Zanuck's interpretation of one of the most drama-tic incidents in United .State's history, is tile picture which ."haves the Cecil's Wednesday and Thursday progiam v.-ith Johnnie Dunn's sparkling stage revue. "Hollywood Holiday." Telling the l.ruc .story of Dr. S:m- ucl Alexander Miuid, the man who was unjustly impiisoncd as one ot" the Lincoln conspirators, the new picture is an amimng; docunient of man's inhumanity to man. Warner Baxter, the .star, plays the t i l l e vole of the gentle backwoods physician who was sacrificed to a iiatidi's frenzy in the furore that followed the assassination. Many of the a c t u a l cimKpiintors are executed, hut Baxter is saved for ,'t more trrviblc f a t e - life imprisonment on the hellish Shark Island! Degraded, f r a n t i c with \voro 1 over his wife, Gloria Stuart, and their child, he attempts an escape thvough the phavk-filled prison moat. He wins his freedom in one of the most harrowing scenes of the picture, only to be recaptured and bro'iight back to a dungeon. Then the stoi-y takes its most dra- rna.tie turn. Yellow fever strikes, prostrates the garrison and prison. With the army physician in a critical condition, the commander calls on Baxter to take up the fight ag-ainst the - epidemic. How he masters the situation, forces the men. to work with him and eventually wins his freedom ns a reward for his courage and self-sacrifice, is revealed in action-filled dramatic climax of the picture. O. P. Hcggie. Arthur Byron. Claude Gillingwater and Harry Carey are the players whose work is outstanding- in supporting- roles of "The Prisoner of Shark Isliuid." The sensitive, powerful direction of John Ford brought this di"ama to the- screen from the script by Nunnally Johnson. STUDIO ALMOST BITES OFF 3IOBE THAN IT CAN CHEW The Twentieth Century-Fox studio almost bit off more than it could chew when it agreed to buy .lohn Aason his meals during; the filming of "Charlie Chan at the Circus." Au.son is the ei^ht foot nint; int'h, ·1^5-pound giant of the Al G. Barnes civciis ( and he cats four times a.s much an an ordinary m a n . Not only did he consume prodigious quantities, but it took him much longer to eal- and he was forever returning late to the set after lunch. Aason and a number of other circus folk uru employed in the picture, which stars Warner Oland. and includes In its supporting cast Alaxinc Reiner. Shirley Deanc, Kcye Luke. John .McGuirc and the Brasno midgets. On the same bill, playing through Thursday at the Palace, is a fine melodrama of the .South Seas, "Last uf the Pagans," starving Lotus Long" and Mala against an effective background of Polynesian custom and taboo. The natives who take part in the film show remarkable camera adaptability and yet maintain their naturalness exceptionally well. Woman, 67, Deprived of Old Age Pension by Death of Husband, 70 DAVKNPOKT, (,Tl--W i t h t h c death Tuesday night 01 John Frey- ;uif. 7-i, lii.f wife, Alary. IJ7. is deprived of the chance to make application for an Iowa old age pension for at least two years. Freyauf died at Mercy hospital a few hours after Federal Judge Charles A. Dewey and .Stephen Durisch. naturalization examiner, had agreed that Die oath of allegiance could be administered only in the courtroom. As a result. Freyauf. a l t h o u g h a resident uf this country for 67 years and a voter at many elections, failed to qualify for citizenship papers- and his w i f e will be. unable to ripply for a state pension u n t i l she takes out papers for herself, a procedure of two years duration. ROOK FALLS--Mrs. Leslie n u n ton was seriously bun:":! while starting a fire at t h e i r home north of town. Clrar I.ak K K I . L V UilOS. H A K I - O J I C H . F R I D A Y , 2H-, S. S. Tax 3m-;. For Old ;:n;l V i ' u n g A L M M N K K S A r ' T K ! A Y Vi'II.L OSiSOK.NK ('0?,liNU Thursday, A p r i l l( Advance Tf.c Onor SKI!: Now Showing 2 "GREAT FEATURES A Thrilling I.CSHMI in Ijive! "LAST OF THE PAGANS" Will! MALA and LOTUS 1L S f l U D O K K S ! C H i L L S : " C H A R L I E C H A N AT THE CIRCUS" W i l h WAKNEU OI.AXIJ Coming- Saturday: lKL'LKll-WfSU^SK ISILLV BILUK.S" 3 M.-,! ROil L'fll! H7lt ) ! 81 81 SI3 SI I , »io sun JM4 951 I 1 Give Her Flowers f o r E A S T E R No m a t t e r what her type may be -- she will love receiving flowers your express! of Easter se: ment. "Where Your Friends JJiiy Flo\vcrs'' I'hime 223 10 1st N. \V. NOW AND THURSDAY S?J |i FKANJi MOKGAN JB In his funniest role f- "A PERFECT GENTLEMAN" with Cicely Conrtneine Heather Ant;el BUCK JONES in "SILVER SPURS" with MURIEL EVANS Eve LADIES SILVER GIFT DAVS ry Wednesday and Thursday . . . Milliner or Kvrniiig A Beautiful Piece of Silveruiire to Evrrv Lin WED. AND THURS. ONLY -- ON THE STAGE -Famous Stage and Screen Personalities AH in This Big Show! 8 -- B I G ACTS -- 8 --Fi-iifurln?-- MOI.l.YVYUOn A.MHASS.AimKS KA-M III--]hTi'«--Ml J O I I N M H ni'N.V Forn»Tl.v In ".V», .Vi» .Van- nctte" r'tjiRe SHco.'fs S I ' l I ) SKA I. Tin- "Oh ;«slr* n-iiow «»( "Our fJiini:" rmncilics M I I J l K K I ) |,I;K Control Will!/. Dunr.'r rf "-1','nil Mrrct" I'irlttrc STALAC ItK'IS. A I ' K A K I , Hilly T H O M i ' M i v * Ttiptr*. Jtiin sTo.M; ,'. M.;:U K A N T , iiw j t o N A ((».·--svWr i,r,r. j*5 I'eople W A R N E R BAXTER in "THE P R I S O N E R OF S H A R K I S L A N D " -- u l t h ^ . C.I.OIiiA S1TAKT--(I,A l l l l ; (.1I,1.IM,'.\ A ' l K H .siio\v: :i \T. -Mir - i-:\ Starts SAT. "THE T R A I L OF THE LONESOME P ' N E " With Big Ccsf

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