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TEN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, APRIL 1936 GLOBE - GAZETTE SPORTS DOUBLE A NINES IN LOOP SCRAPS Teams Take Up Play Where They Left Off After Sunday Openers. CHICAGO, Uft--All American association clubs took up Tuesday where they left off in Sunday's opening tilts. Minneapolis, which started the season by trimming Toledo, resumed warfare with the , Mudhens, while Columbus, victorious over St. Paul Sunday, met the Saints on the Red Birds' home lot. Kansas City and Indianapolis, meeting again at Indianapolis, had a chance to settle in some measure the 13 inning 2 to 2 tie they played on Easter day. The fourth game put the Louisville Colonels against the Milwaukee Brewers at Louisville, The Colonels won Sunday's encounter. Eddie Lee Leads Field in Three-Cushion Test NEW YORK, (JP--Eddie Lee of the New York Athletic club continued to lead the field in the world's amateur three cushion billiards championship tourney Tuesday with plenty of room, to spare. He defeated August fiedtke of v Germany 50-42 in 51 innings Monday night to hang up his fourth straight victory with no defeats while his nearest competitor, Hendrick Robyas of Holland, was defeated by Emile Zaman of Belgium earlier in the day. Celebron Earns Shot at Barney Ross Ring Crown NEW YORK, Iff)--Billy Celebron of Rockford, HI.; has earned a title shot at Barney Ross' welterweight coronet. An uppercut that ripped an old eye cut Monday night gave Celebron a technical knockout victory over Cleto Locatelli who waa doing all right for himself until the blood began to flow. The blow that ultimately decided the issue was delivered in the eighth round and referee Artie McGovern stopped the battle in the tenth. Celebron scaled 146 to 143 for Locatelli. I. y. Johnson. 202 21Z ' 198 612 204 West Union High to See Diamond Opener in Week WEST UNION -- West Union higH school will 'play Decorah's .baseball team here next Tuesday in"'its opening game. ii ·"·/'. THE SCHEDULE · April 21--Decora*, here. April 28--Elsln, there. ' Stay 1--ftyeue, there. May 8--Decorah, there. Slny 13--ClermoBt.' here. May 19--Fayette, here. May 32--Clermont, there. lowan to Umpire Games in Western During Year SIOUX crTY, Iff 1 )--The following umpires will officiate in the Western league this season: Les WUliams of .Carlislie, Iowa, Forrest Cady of Kansas City, W. F. Clayton of Corsicana, Texas, Thomas Collins of Watertown, S. Dak., James Rue of Kansas City, and John Vann of Shreveport, La. Vann and Rue are newscomers to the Western. Manning Says Iowa's Interests Come Ahead of South, West States OSKALOOSA--That the interests of Iowa came ahead of the cotton states of the south, and irrigation states of the west, was the declaration of Mayor Edwin Mannicg of Ottumwa, candidate for the republican nomination for United States senator, in a talk here Monday. "The people of Iowa want their neighboring states to do well--but they want Iowa to do well first," said Mayor Maiming. "Therefore, I believe the republicans of Iowa will nominate a candidate for United States senator whose primary interest is the welfare of Iowa. The cotton states of the south and the irrigation states of the west need little help from us. Their senators and congressmen have been doing a good job of looking after them --usually at the expense of Iowa and other corn belt states. I have no objection to the promotion of diversified crops in the south--providing the southern states pay their own promotional bills. I think it is time that Iowa cease being taxed to provide money to educate the south to take land out of cotton 60 it may be placed in corn. "I have no objection to the western states irrigating their deserts .--providing they pay their own irrigation bills. I do not believe we here in the Mississippi valley should be called upon to pay federal taxes to enable land promoters to place desert land into competition with our good corn belt land." New Marshalltown Creamery Headed by Two Charles Cityans DES MOINES, UP)--The Marshall Creamery company of Marshalltown filed incorporation papers Monday with the secretary of state. Capital stock was listed at 550,000. Officers are E. C. Sorensen of Charles City, president; and H. C. Hansen of Charles City, secretary. Bowling Players-- 1st M. Kaufman . 171 L. Fttlt 1CX Jj, jBvenson .. 102 T. Lindsay . . . 150 DECKER'S OFFICE 151 168 193 I. MacDonald. 170 21« Actual Fins . Handicap .. 3rd 198 138 148 182 182 Tot. 029 448 468 495 66-, 804, 107 889 107 814 107 2507 321 Iota! Plnn . 911 996 921 2828 GAIXAGHEK'S PONTIACS 1st 118 Playi B. C. Seel . J). Bnniber Al Gerard . 1. Dae 133 C. GtintJcroon . . . . A. Eft'tman .. 159 ISt 130 169 151 3rd 141 143 121 169 148 Tot. 458' 472 433 355 288 439 Actual Pins 813 720 722 28.15 Handicap. . . . 113 113 113 330 Total Pins .. 833 835 2574 858 playert-- 1st W. V. Lorlne 179 C. Snyrter ...', 1(W H. KncMl 191 J. C. Stoddard 188 J. Doe 155 STODDARD'S 130 J87 158 11(7 155 3rd 157 178 147 182 159 Tot. 466 627 496 537 465 Actual Pins . 877 797 817 3491 Handicap ... 131 131 131 393 Total Tins . . 988 908 928 2821 TYLEB-RVAJS FURNITURE Players-- 3«t 2nd 3rd Tot. Wallh .... 194 162 152 608 F. Robinson .. 162 353 162 477 William Tyler. 1.15 169 365 4m H. G. Pmch .. 159 160 16!). 488 AT. 155 176 165 179 155 8.10 131 Actual Flnj . 872 Handicap ... 60 8156 846 25'* 60 60 ISO Total Flni . 932 MO D06 2151 918 NORTHWESTERN CEMENT COMFANV Playei 0. Bull .. M. Sctmtt C. Ahbott IV. Lavclle .. F. plrkl 1st .. 161 .. 161 ,. 141 .. 179 182 Actual Pins . 824 Handicap . . . 86 2nd 216 183 158 151 142 849 86 3rd 144 147 165 170 158 Tot. Av. B21 174 480 163 464 158 500 167 482 161 784 2457 819 86 258 86 Total Pint . . 910 035 870 2715 STANDARD OIL COMPANY Nolltrelke. 183 138 1(11 48! Moreland 168 141 Wm. Kern . . . . 180 304 H. E. Payne .. 164 209 W. T. Gamble 152 183 125 133 155 183 434 487 528 618 Actual Fini . 817 Handicap ... 119 875 119 757 2449 816 119 .357 119 Total Flni .. 936 994 876 2806 936 Flayen G. Kolb ... C. Baldnt . . Coillnj «'m. Kicks Meony C. Kaufman . 180 Aetna! Plnj , 807 Handicap ... 80 DECKER'S PLANT 1st 178 150 169 137 2nd 188 172 US 184 201 903 80 3rd 183 1411 121 '151 157 Tot. AT. 649 183 462, 154 448 149 137 167 137 335 538 752 2462 SO 240 179 Total Pins .. 887 983 832 2702 901 INTERNATIONAL JIQTOR TRUCKS (Forfeit) Flayers-- 1st L. A. Adams . 186 H. Bryant . . . 150 3. Decker 144 B. MncDonald. 145 G. Senn 186 OLD TIMERS 2nd 158 199 144 193 127 3rd 192 186 172 123 184 Tot. AT. 536 179 516 172 460 461 497 153 154 Actual Flni . 811 821 837 2469 823 Handicap ... 105 105 105 315 105 Total Plnj . . 918 926 942 2781 GLOBE-GAZETTE Players-- 1st met art Tot. 0. Serf ...... 199 173 161 533 E. Godfrey ... 155 174 128 457 E. Jones ..... 192 179 140 511 R. Stevens . . . 137 139 149 425 R, Pon-ell .... 151 203 213 669 Actual Fins . 834 Handicap . . . 98 870 98 791 2495 98 294 938 Total Pins . 932 968 889 2789 930 12TH VICTIM OF AIR CRASH DIES Challmor Succumbs After 2 Operations to Amputate Part of Leg. U N I O N T O W N , Pa., (a)--The crash of the luxury air transport, Sun Racer, a week ago Tuesday, claimed as its twelfth victim C. G. Challmor, the only man to escape instant death in the Chestnut ridge disaster. The 42 year old Cleveland engineering expert died in a hospital Monday night after bravely submitting to two operations for amputation of part of his left leg. Both his ankles were broken when the big liner tore through the brush of the fog shrouded mountain. He had to lie in the cold rain more than six hours before he could be taken to the hospital. Doctors reported Tuesday that Mrs. Hilda Ellenstein of Newark, N. J., who also suffered fractures of both legs, shows constant improvement. The only other survivor, Jfeilie Granger, hostess on the Sun Racer, was denied visitors when a fever developed. The heroine of the crash, who walked miles through the woods to tell of the wreck, is suffering from shock. Wedding Certificates, Missing From Little Brown Church, Found NASHUA, UP)--Six months ago the Rev. William Kent,' pastor of the Little Brown church in the Vale, missed a package of souvenir marriage certificates which he kept in his pulpit. Sunday a police matron from Minneapolis, who was attending Easter services at the famed church, informed the pastor that the certificates were in the custody of the Minneapolis police. They bad been taken from a girl hitchhiker who had been picked up there. To Repair Fairgrounds. DES MOINES, JP--The state fair board, Secretary A. R. Corey announced, will accept bids April 23 a.nd 24 for about 510,000 worth of improvements, including a new S foot fence around the grounds and new roofing for buildings. Texas Aces at Top in AP Golfing List NEW YORK, (m--The sharpshooters from Texas stilt led the way Tuesday as the Associated Press Hole-in-One club continued to spread across the land. Eighty-eight members now have been inducted Into the club and they come from 26 states. Connecticut. Louisiana, Kentucky, West Virginia, Oklahoma, Wyoming, Oregon and Pennsylvania reported for the first time, while down in Texas 10 more joined the fcid to run the Lone Star state's enrollment up to 27. A. B. C. Tourney to See Last Games Rolled for Single, Two-Man Prize INDIANAPOLIS. (,-P--The thirty-sixth renewal of the American bowling congress tournament ends here- Tuesday when final games in the singles and two man event are rolled. Indianapolis, the host city, also became the home of the world's champion team, when competition closed in the five man event with the Falls City Hi Bru of. Indianapolis on top with 3,089. First place in the team event is good for $1,000 in cash, a trophy for Clarence Mack, sponsor for the team and also its sixth member, and diamond studded medals for each of the members of the winning quintet. The Indiana capitol also had an opportunity to carry off another title. Johnny Murphy, 21 year old former pinsetter, is in first place in the all-events with 2,006. Waterloo, Lincoln Open Sessions at Same Field LINCOLN, Nebr., UP)--Everett 'Fid" Purdy, owner-manager of the Lincoln baseball club, said last night his team will begin training April 22, the same day Frank Haley plans to bring his Waterloo, Iowa, team here for workouts. "Haley's team and my school will take the field at alternate four hour periods," Purdy said. "I expect to get a good many likely prospects from Haley's club and Waterloo will play an exhibition game here May 10. Carolina Star Upsets Canuck Court Veteran PINEHURST, N. Car., #-Archibald Hende'rson, lanky University of North Carolina student, who upset the veteran Canadian Davis Cup star, Marcel Rainville, faced a college mate, Gerald Fodesta, for his third round match Tuesday in the North, and .South tennis tournament. Henderson, twelfth ranking southern player, overcame his Montreal opponent, 4-6, 6-3, 6-2. High School Students Will Gather at Ames for Science Programs A M E S -- Students from high schools throughout the state will be on the Iowa State college campus Saturday for the annual science day of the industrial science division. Nearly SO schools have evidenced interest in Science Day to date, according to Dr. I. E. Melhus, head of the botany department and chairman of Science day. Exhibits, demonstrations, tours and competitions are included on the program for the day. Dr. C. E. Friley, president of Iowa State, will speak at the noon luncheon. Newton high school reports it will send 100 students- Fort Madison, last year's winner in the competitions, will send 50 students, and Clarion, last year's runnerup, 150. Special Programs Are . . Given at Northwood NORTHWOOD--Special Easter services were held in all of the churches of Northwood and vicinity Sunday. A sunrise service was held at the Norwegian Lutheran church at 7 a. m. Colored slides of "The Passion Play" were shown at the Methodist church Sunday evening in connection with a talk by the Rev. William Crossley, pastor. The ordinance of baptism was administered to five candidates at the morning service at the Baptist church. An Easter drama, "Resurrection," was» given under the direction of Mrs. H. H. Douglass at the evening service. Those taking parts in the drama were Mrs. Douglass, Mrs. Carl J. Spieker, Miss Goldie Heiny, D. Clagett, Dr. A. J. Heiny and Myrl Stahl. Special evening services were held Thursday and Friday evenings in several local churches, children of the Norwegian Lutheran Sunday school giving a program at the Friday evening service in that church. Special Easter music was featured at each church in connection with the services. PLANS TO SPEED FREIGHT SERVICE Mason City on Line Included in Milwaukee Plans for M. and St. L MINNEAPOLIS. /B--The Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul and Pacific railroad plans to speed up its freight service between Minneapolis, Kansas City and St. Louis, it was brought out at a hearing here. .C. S- Christoffer, general fuper- intendent of the road's Northwestern lines, made the disclosure at the interstate commerce commission hearing on the proposed dismemberment of the Minneapolis and St. Louis railroad for division among seven other lines. Under the plan the Milwaukee would take over 429 miles of the road.. Christoffer said the Milwaukee would establish through freight service from-the Twin Cities through Albert Lea, Mason City, Marshalltown and Oskaloosa, connecting with the Wabash at Albla with the 168 miles of trackage it would buy. Of. the western Minnesota track- age it would buy, from Norwood to Hanley Falls, Christoffer said the Milwaukee would maintain daily wayfreight service each way to and from Minneapolis except Sundays. On the M. and St. L. branch line terminating at Leola, S. Dak., which the Milwaukee also would take over under the plan, the witness said faster service would be established, both to Aberdeen, S. Dak., and to Minneapolis. CRASH VICTIM'S . RITES ARE HELD Dows Youth Fatally Injured When Automoile Goes Into Ditch. DOWS -- The funeral of Donan Larson, 24, killed in an auto accident, was held Tuesday afternoon at the Presbyterian church, the Rev. R. A. Erough in charge. Born at Dows, Jan. 30, 1912, he was a graduate of Dows high school in .1930. He received his B. A. degree from Coe college, Cedar Rapids, in 1934. The past few months he was manager of a grocery store at Hardy. Last Thursday he and three other young men came to attend a dance iiere. On returning early Friday morning, near Hardy, the car left :he road and plunged into a ditch. [t was thought the driver might lave dozed. Larson and two others, Doth of Hardy, were badly injured and all three were taken to .the Lutheran hospital at Fort Dodge. Mr. Larson died that evening. He leaves his grandfather, J. W. Deilman, his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur O. Larson, all of Dows, two sisters and four brothers. The brothers and sisters are, Miss Lavon Larson, a teacher at Lucas; Charles Larson, employed by a drug firm at Waterloo; Max Larson of San Diego, Cal., who arrived Monday; Viola, Arthur, Jr., and Bobbie, all at home. Eagle Grove Man Held for Theft; Jotten of Clarion Is Fined $100 CLARION -- Tim Thomas of Eagle Grove was arrested Monday and charged with grand larceny. Thomas is wanted in Charles City where he is believed to have stolen an overcoat from a roadhouse. He is being held here awaiting the arrival of Charles City authorities. Jesse Jotten, 35, of Clarion, was ordered to pay a fine of $100 by Mayor H. G-. Bowman before whom he pleaded guilty to a charge of reckless driving. Jotten was arrested here Saturday by Benedict, state highway patrolman, three miles west of Clarion on highway No. 10. Meets at Thompson Home. K A N A W H A -- The Woman's Country club met Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Martin Thompson. Mrs. Harry McMillan and Mrs. Clifford Jordanger had charge of the entertainment. The program included guitar and song selections by Celia and Mabel Omvig; a reading by Mrs. Clara Hall, and a review of the Passion play given every year at Bloomington, 111., by Harry McMillan, in the games that followed, Mrs. K. K. Delger, Sr., Mrs. Erith Cook and Mrs. Jack Cosgriff received prizes. The next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. K. K. Delger, Sr., April 24. Rites for Stevenson, 80, Goodell, Are Held GOODELL -- Funeral services were held Tuesday at the Williams funeral home for Nat Stevenson, 80, who died at the home of his daughter, Mrs. L. N. Thompson, Sunday evening. The Rev. Harry Herlein officiated. AVife of Professor Dies. OSKALOOSA, (J?)--Mrs. Beulah Hawks, 48, wife of Prof. Grover Hawks of Penn college, died here. Her husband and two small children survive. CLOSED FOR REMODELING Watch for Opening Date 3 BIG IMPROVEMENTS 1. New Washed Air Cooling System. 2. New Seats. 3. Improved Sound. Sues Millionaire for $196,000 New Algona Security State Bank Will Open ALGONA--The newly organized Security State bank of Algona, of which C. B. Murtagh is president, s expected to open here in a few days. It will be located in the old County Savings bank building. The jast month the building has been completely remodeled and redecorated. A new lobby has been constructed at the main entrance. Other officials of the new bank are Archie Hutchison and Frank Kohlhaas, vice presidents and Eugene Scheme!, cashier. Mr. Murtagh plans to finish iis present term as comptroller which expires January, 1937, before making Algona his permanent home again. He plans, however, to come to Algona from time to time as needed. Algona has one other sank at present, the Iowa State bank. Alleging he owes her $196,000 for professional services, Thekla Reardon, former movie actress, has brought suit against William Pierre Stymus, Jr., 77 year old millionaire, for that amount in a New York court. (Central Press Photo) At Mason City THEATERS B; K- 1. r. ODDITIES IN FILMING OF ·TRAIL OF LONESOE FINE." In filming "The Trail of the Lonesome Pine," now showing at the Cecil several of the hard and fast rules of Hollywood cameramen had to be disregarded. For instance, a sunset was filmed at sunset, for the first time for movie production. In straight black and white film, sunsets which one sees are, in reality, pictures of sunrises which have been clipped into the film by the lads in the cutting department. In the new technicolor photography, however, it was discovered that the difference in the coloring of a sunrise and sunset is even more marked than when one is looking at the" actual phenomena. Thus the sunset in this new film is the real McCoy. Fred MacMurray, enacting the role of'Jack Hale, engineer, follows in the footsteps of Thomas Meighan and Antonio Moreno, who had his role in previous pictures made from this great story. Likewise, Henry Fonda follows Earl Foxe and Cullen Tate as Dave, the mountaineer, and Fred Stone follows the late Theodore Roberts and Ernest Torrence as Devil Judd Tolliver. Fifty-six perfectly good costumes were ripped apart and resewed for the cast of the picture in order to conform to the custom of the Blue Ridge mountain folk of wearing home-made garments, hand-sewed. # * * Fred Stone also has an important character role in the film made from Phil Stong's story, "Farmer in the Dell." The picture has the same name as the novel and will be the feature Friday only at the Palace and Cecil. * # # "PREVIEW MURDER MYSTERY" "RED SALUTE" AT PALACE The next double feature at the Palace combines "Preview Murder Mystery" with "Red Salute." The first of these films is an eerie thriller with its setting in a Hollywood studio where the cast of a picture is threatened with murder. The killings mount until Hollywood is swept by hysteria, but Reginald "THE LAST OUTPOST" with Gary Grant Gertrude Michael Claude Rains TIM McCOY in "Roaring Guns" Ladies Gift Days Every Wed. and Thurs. ENDS TODAY Shirley Temple in"THE LITTLEST REBEL" "Charlie Chan's Secret" Denny finally chases the killer into a trap. Old timers appearing in the cast are Rod LaRocque, Conway Tearle, Jack Mulhall, Bryant Washbum and Ian Keith. Gail Patrick and Frances Drake have the leading feminine roles. Barbara Stanwyck, Robert Young, Bardie Albright and Cliff Edwards have the chief roles in "Red Salute," a film story of inroads of radicalism which threaten a colieg-e. * * * Cary Grant and Gertrude Michael head the cast of "The Last Outpost," playing Wednesday and Thursday at the Strand with Tim McCoy's "Roaring Guns." Papers Are Filed by Elliott and Gilchrist DES MOINES, UP)--Frank W. Elliott, republican of Davenport, filed nomination papers for congress fron the second district, and Fred C. Gilchrist of Laurens, republican incumbent from the eighth Iowa congressional district, filed for renom- ination. D A N C E I. 0. 0. F. Hall, Mason City WEDNESDAY, APRIL 15 Jimmie Fleming Orchestra And His Floor Show For members and Invited friends STARTS SATURDAY CLINTON BANK IN REWARD PROTEST Asks High Court to Outlaw Iowa Law Giving Tenth to Finders. WASHINGTON, (#)--The Clinton, Towa, National bank's request to outlaw the Iowa law giving finders 10 per cent of the value of lost property was on file with the supreme court Tuesday. The bank's attorneys protested in their brief filed Monday payment to Gus Flood, a farmer, and his attorneys more than .$12,000 after Flood had found and returned $100,500 which bank bandits had hidden in a junk pile near his farm. Flood's attorneys said in their brief that the Iowa legislature, in passing the law, had recognized that the old adage of "finders are keepers" was bad policy, and had "recognized the advantage to society of having lost property promptly returned by the finder to tie owner, and the shortcomings of both owner and finder." The bank's attorneys suggested payment of $25 instead of 10 per cent of the $100,500 was sufficient reward, declaring Flood's services had required less than three hours. DUNLAPTOSEEK CONGRESS SEAT Member of State Railway Commission Candidate in Sixth District. DES MOINES, UK--Harry B. Dunlap of Ames, member of the state railway commission, announced Tuesday he will be a candidate for democratic nomination as sixth district congressman at the June primaries. Dunlap will.oppose W. O. Chatterton of Des Moines for the nomination to succeed Congressman Hubert Utterback of Des Moines who is seeking senatorial selection. A member of the railway commission since Jan. 1, 1935, Dunlap previously was in the automobile and creamery business. In 1918 he established a motor company at Ames and subsequently set up branches at Waterloo, Marshalltown and Fort Dodge. Suffers Hemorrhage as He Steps Out of Automobile and Dies CHARLES Cirr, UP--Suffering a cerebral hemorrhage as he stepped from his automobile here, Walter F. Trask, 43, Waterloo, coal salesman, died as he was taken to a hospital. BALL ROOM 'Listen to the GHssen of the Three Trombones" WILL OSBORNE AND HIS ORCHESTRA THURS., APRIL 16 Last chance to buy advance tickets today, ~5c per person at Huxtable Drug and the Surf. Door price $1-10. AH Tax Included THEY SATISFY-TRY ONE! "Comet" Oil Croquignole Permanent Wave Complete with Hair Cut, Shampoo and Finger Wave. . $1,50 Comet Beauty Shop NORTHWOOD, IOWA E L D O V E R THROUGH THURSDAY CECIL THEATRE "TRAIL OF THE LONESOME PINE" WITH SYLVIA SIDNEY -- FRED MACMURRAY " HENRY FONDA AND MANY OTHERS Now Showing MAMMOTH DOUBLE PROGRAM D A N C E AYALON BALL ROOM Manly, Iowa TUESDAY, APRIL 14 AL SKY and His Musical Stars Ladies 25e Gents 40e OLD TIME DANCE Thursday, April 16 Music By ART'S NIGHT HAWKS Admission 25c FREE - Another Big MIXED DANCE Wednesday, April 15th Music By MILLER'S ORCHESTRA ADMISSION FREE -- FOLLOW THE CROWD! BARBARA ffANWYCK A fast moving, light-heartedsrotnanee.thaf'take* a pair of young lovers"over the bumps in'a:mptor. trailer...with a laugh for every turn of.ths wheels! RED SALUTE with ROBERT YOUNG

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