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April 16, 1936

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 14

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FOURTEEN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, APRIL 16 GLOBE'GAZETTE S CUP DEFENDERS ON GOLF JAUNTS Americans Sail for Match With British; One of Top Teams Ready. NEW YORK, (Si--America's Curtis cup team,, fortified with youth and experience, steamed over the high seas Thursday for Scotland and the third international match battle against England's golf stars. "It's, one of the best teams ever to represent America, and I believe we have a fine chance of keeping the trophy we never have lost," said Mrs. Glenna Collett Vare of Philadelphia, national champion and team captain. Members of the team, in addition to Mrs. Vare, are Mrs. Maureen Orcutt Crews, Miami; Mrs. Opal S. Hill Kansas-City; Mrs. Leona D. Cheney, Los Angeles; Patty Berg, Minneapolis; Marion Miley, Lexington Ky-' Charlotte G l u t t i n g ; Orange, N. J., and Mrs. Frank Gogdthwaite, Fort Worth, Tex. The Curtis cup matches will be played at Gleneagles, Scotland, May 6. New York Boxer Facing Suspension on Walkout CHICAGO, Of)--Art Sykes, burly Elmira, N. Y., heavyweight, facet life suspension in four states -today as the result of a game of tag Wed nesday night with the Illinois Stati Athletic, commission and the Chi cago arena management Scheduled to meet Bob Pastor New York youngster, in the main event of the arena's first 'promo tional venture last night, Sykes, ap parently displeased by the slim at tendance of about 300, staged tw departures before making one o them stick. The second departure which occurred after the sixt round of the bout, resulted in Pas tor being declared the winner of "technical knockout. Governor to Hurl Ball at Prep School Final HANSON, CSV-A ball pitched b Gov. Clyde L. Herring will start th final game of the state high schoo baseball tournament to be held her May 21, 22 and 23, tournament au thorities announced. In the Ring By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. --- PHILADELPHIA--LeRoy ' Haines, 200, Los Angeles, Jcnock- f' ed out Natie":Brown, .212, Wash- ·'·ington, D. C., (2). -· PROVIDENCE, R. I.--Lou Ambers, 137, Herkimer, N. Y., knocked out Buster Brown, 110, Baltimore, Md., (1). Chicago Cubs Win Opening Game Directory OF NORTH IOWA'S BALL TEAMS Thl, directory oJ bmebnll teams Is njn annually by tbo Globc-Oaictte to asSlst team manasera In rjooU» K .cheflnlB. Mon- ascrs wlshlnc to have their tcanw entered In tbo directory, Irce ol any charac, are naked to «end tbe names ol tbelr otilllls, uainei ot managers and booklnc aec nt and tbelr addresses, and Uiclr telephone numbers to tbe Globe-Gazette sports department. Mason City ALL-NATIONS The All-Nations baseball team, a city league entry, will open spring training Sunday afternoon at the North Iowa fairgrounds. The practice session will start at 1:30. Any ballplayer wishing a tryout may report directly to Manager Tyler Stewart at the faigrounds Sunday. Honored at Shower. WHITTEMORE-- Mesdames R. W. Oliver, H. E. Woodward and J. P. Uhlenhake were hostesses at a prenuptial shower given at the former's'home as a courtesy to Miss Alice June .Carry; who is soon 1 to beecome the bride of James Krogmeier of Fort Madison. Bridge was played at six tables. Mrs. L. W. Swanson won high prize and Miss Maxine Guide of Bancroft was awarded the consolation prizee. PACIFIC NORTHWEST --from Yellowstone to the Pacific Ocean. Mt. Rainier, Mt. Baker, Olympic Peninsula. LOWEST FARES --complete vacations planned for the independent traveler'at surprisingly low cost. * * THE AIR-CONDITIONED OLYMPIAN --electrified over the Rockies to the Sea. Montana Canyon, Bitter Roots, Cascades. The MILWAUKEE ROAD --run for your Convenience and Comfort. Ask for a free copy of "Pacific Northwest Vacation Suggestions"--it tells all about this great vacation land; gives sample costs and itineraries. Mason City Ticket Offici, Phone 82 W. F. Cody. Division Passenger Ag«nt 9th St, and S. Pennsylvania Avt, FhoQ* 324 CYCLONE FLYER AT DRAKE MEET Larry Costigan Also Ready to Compete in Weight Events at Relays. DES MOINES, (JP--Wayne Lyon, Iowa State's Big Six indoor pole vault, champion, will lead a squad of 20' Cyclones at the Drake relays here April 24 and 25. The wiry little 130 pound vaulter, who once performed for Roosevelt high Des Moines, hopes to soar over the bar at 13 feet, 6 inches at the Drake classic. Only'the difference of a hp prevented Lyon from clearing 13 feet, 6 inches at the Texas relays two weeks ago. On his first attempt at that height he nicked the bar with his lip, barely knocking the stick off the standards. His lip was cut open when he hit the bar and he fell hard in the pit, making it impossible to try again at this height. Since Lyon started his collegiate competition he has bettered 12 feet 20 times and 13 feet .five times. Other promising Iowa State entries in the'special events at Drake are Lawrence Minsky, Big Six javelin champion last spring; Capt. Robert Freeman and Fred Poole, high hurdles; Lawrence Costigan, weight man, and Kenneth Fulk, two miler. Iowa Phys Ed Director to Be on Olympic Body IOWA CITY, (UP)--Prof. E. G. Schrbeder of the University of Iowa will be a member of the American Olympic wrestling committee, it was learned Thursday. Professor Schroeder will observe final trials of prospective Olympic grapplers at Lehigh university, Bethlehem, Pa., next Saturday. Two Iowa wrestlers, Earle Kielhorn, 158 pounds, and Byron Guernsey, 145 pounds, will participate in final tryouts at Lehigh this week. Both are Big Ten champions this year. Kielhern also held the distinction last year. Kelly of Algona Ready for Creighton Session OMAHA, UP)--Fourteen lowans are members of Creighton's spring football squad. They are: Dean Jennings of Council Bluffs; John Hart of Des Moines; Joseph Knott of Manilla; Loebel Buddin of Carroll; Joseph Hart of Des Moines; Omer Kelly of Algona; Francis Wilcox of Perry; Maurie Sullivan of Boone; Louis Westendorf of Carroll; Leo Dippel of Council Bluffs; Vincent Thillen of Panama; Joseph Ronda of Des Moines; Robert Walker of Council Bluffs and Matt Louck of Des Moines. Life Long Resident of Franklin County Dies SHEFFIELD--Mrs. G. O. Jones died at her home southeast of Sheffield at 4 o'clock Thursday morning She had been in poor health all winter Born Feb. 23, 1894, in Geneva she spent all her life in Franklin county. Funeral services will be Saturday at Hampton. Survivini are her husband and a daughter, Helene. OPERATING COST OF U IS GREATER THAN REVENUES Audit Shows Additions Made to Physical Plant Are $463, 798 Total. DES MOINES, UP)--An official state audit filed Thursday placed operating expenditures of the University of Iowa as $451,823.05 more than revenues during the fiscal year ending June 30, 1935. The audit said general university expenses, not including those of special auxiliary funds, were $3,332.683 during the year, an increase of $432,739.82. The report was filed with State Auditor C. W. Storms by G. S. Worden, supervisor of state institution and department audits. Cash Receipts ¥5,217,401. Total cash receipts of the Iowa City institution for the year, including revenue from the university jospital, athletic funds, and_other auxiliary enterprises were $5,217,01 and disbursements, $5,384,391. The report said the fiscal year started with a cash balance of 1425,239 and ended with a balance of $258,250. Of the 53,332,683.89 in general university expenses, only $1,565.230 48 was for instruction purposes, a decrease of $31,805.83 .from the previous year. Other major expenses included $463,785.96 for operation of buildings and grounds and $212,88308 for administration. The report said cost of additions to the university's physical plant were $463,798.15, an increase of $269,200.11 over the previous fiscal year while disbursements from professional fees and other restricted funds increased $42,017.03. At Mason City THEATERS B B. 1. t. "FARMER IN DELL" IS CECIL-PALACE FEATURE Culminating fifty years of theatrical experience, during which he has run the gamut from medicine show to Broadway musical comedy, Fred Stone has finally entered pictures. He made himself a success in "Trail of the Lonesome Pine and now he is seen in "Farmer in the Dell," with Jean Parker. The film is based on the novel of the same name by Phil Stong, author of "State Fair" and other popular novels dealing with Iowa. It concerns the amusing experiences of a retired Iowa farmer who suddenly finds himself a sought-after actor in the. movies. With Stone, who is said to bring to his characterization the same down-to-earth human q u a l i t i e s which endeared his closest fnend, the late Will Rogers, to the world, are not only Jean Parker, but Esther Dale and Frank Albertson. "Farmer in the Dell" plays Friday only at the Cecil and Palace. Shirley Temple sings three new songs in her new picture, "Captain January." They are "At the Cod- fi=h Ball," "The Right Somebody to Love" and "Early Bird." This picture will start Saturday at the Cecil. * » .* Starting Friday at the Strand is a triple feature program: A western action picture, a feature length comedy and an episode of an aenal serial thriller. Gene Autry has the leading role in the westren film, "Red River Valley," while the comedy stars, Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy, as "Babes in Toyland." The serial stars the Sunday supplement strip hero, 'Tailspin Tommy." GOETSCH ENTERS CONGRESS RAGE Decorah Man to Oppose Fred Biermann for Democratic Nomination. DECORAH--Sam Goetsch, local tavern keeper, will seek the flemo- cratic nomination for congress, opposing Fred Biermann, incumbent, who is serving his second term. This makes three Decorah candidates who have entered the field in the fourth district congressional race. Attorney John S. Cutting, son of the former Attorney E. W. Cutting, will oppose County Attorney T. F. Carolan for the democratic nomination for that office in the June primaries. This last announcement, issued Wednesday, brings six candidates to the front for the office of county attorney. Five have filed for the office of county sheriff. Is Champion Accountant. , ST. PAUL, UD--Records, kept neatly and accurately of her father's 170 acre Olmsted county farm have won for Luella M. Pagel, 16, -Rochester, the title of champion 4-H farm accountant. Visiting Several Days. NORA SPRINGS--Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Severe and little daughters, visiting several days this week with Margaret, Ada and Doris Jean, are LeRoy's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. U. Severe and other relatives. SHEFFIELD TO BE HOST AT RALLY Baptist Young People Will Gather for District Sessions. SHEFFIELD--The Baptist district Young People's rally will be held at the First Baptist church in Sheffield April 17, 18 and 19. Friday evening will be stunt night with a "get acquainted" program. Saturday's program will consist of worship services with conferences in the morning and afternoon. "A surprise banquet 'will be held at 6 o'clock. On Sunday the regular morning service will be held with installation of officers. The Rev. Mr. Stephens, Albert Lea, will deliver the coronation address in the afternoon. INDIANOLA--On Monday and Tuesday, April 27 and 28, a rural community life conference will be held on the campus of Simpson college at Indianola. To this conference are being invited pastors, particularly those in charge of rural and village churches, county agents, newspaper editors, school superintendents. Farm Bureau and farm women leaders in southern Iowa. Tune in On the Chrysler AIRSHOW 7 P. M. TONIGHT Thursday, April 16 STATION WCCO GROTH STORY IN MAGAZINE Local Man's Version of Winter's Havoc Is Published. Graphic details of the blizzards and continuous storms in Iowa the past winter, particularly in the region centering about Mason City, are given in the April issue of the Milwaukee Magazine, organ of the C. M. and S. P. railroad. An eye-witness account written by Albin Groth, secretary to W. H. Ingraiam o£ the Milwaukee offices in Mason City, is given in part: "The first bad storm did not strike the Iowa and Dakota division until Feb. 3, when the wind blew a gale from the northwest and the temperature dropped to 20 -below zero. At Mason City everything was tied up and there was a total of about 20 inches of snow on the ground. "Reports were coming in continually of autos buried in the deep snow, livestock freezing to death, and it was not'uncommon to see people with frozen hands and faces. We worked in the offices with our overshoes to keep our feet warm." The story by Groth continues on at length to minutely describe the difficulties faced in the .worst winter Iowa has faced in 116 years. Pictures of the great drifts and other winter hazards caused by the storm accompanied the article. Father Dies in Beloit. FOREST CITY--Mr. and Mrs. H. R cieophas and Betty left Wednesday for Beloit, Wis., in response to word that his father had died in his sleep the night before. Make Trip to Minneapolis. RAKE--Ole Hove and Raymond Mauss left Wednesday for Minneapolis on business. They plan to return Thursday. General Expense Increases. The audit showed that although costs for education and instruction decreased, the total general expense increased. Value of the University of Iowa's buildings was placed at $11,120,252 and departmental equipment, $*,494,411 in the audit Building valuations, exclusive of those uncompleted, rose $45,417 during the year and equipment, $185,818. The report said $93,218 is due from the federal government under public works administration grants. It stated the university received $31,735 during the year, or $125,263.50 less than in 1934. Total inventory of stores, drugs, books, athletic supplies and other items increased $50,673 to $205,367. Some Phases Criticized. The state examiners criticized some phases of handling of equipment. "In the past we have .urged that the university maintain a more effective control over the equipment on hand," the report said. The checkers stated they believed such control could be maintained by a periodical check. "Steps were taken by the university during the year toward a mors effective control, but the desired end of full accounting for changes in the equipment inventories has not been maintained." Resources are Analyzed. A detailed analysis of university resources showed investments included $299,874 in first mortgage real estate notes. The auditors said SI 1252 in interest was in arrears and listed $69,725 as principal past due. Bonds owned by the university totaled $267,011 and stocks, 591,577. Student notes receivable were listed as $26,485. In a lengthy breakdown of expenses, the checkers stated operation of the university hospital, which cost $1,181,106 during the year, resulted in a net loss of $457. $12,951 From Counties. The university received §12,951 from counties for treatment of indigent patients over the population quota set. private patients paid $25,197 more than in the previous year. Net income of the quadrangle, men's dormitory, increased $5,861 to Meets at Hugi Home. PLYMOUTH -- Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hugi entertained the F. W D club Wednesday afternoon. A talk "What Are a Wife's Rights," by Mrs. Boyd Hodsou and contest by Mrs. Roy Harmon were in the program. Positively Lost Times Thursday "THE TRAIL OF THE LONESOME PINE" WITH BIG STAB CAST STARTS SATURDAY to nee her! In a real heart-|t- htnrt, human story! Surrounded by fttnrs! SinelnB happy new Nones . . Inpplnjr snnppy new daftcff . . bringing cheery n cw smiles! Shirley Temple --In-- "Coprain January" With Guy Klblm Slim Snmitiervllle a total of $24,065, while the women's dormitory had a net income of $1,374, a decrease of $1,131. Extension division expenses increased $3,691 to a total of $46,725. The examiners said the high school music festival conducted by the extension division resulted in a loss of $4,910. $1,368,693 for Salaries. Of the $2,536,912 spent for education and research during the year, $1,565,230 was for instruction; $212,833.08 for administration; $83,268 for research, and lesser amounts for other items. Of the instruction costs, salaries totaled $1,368,693; wages, $36,069; supplies, $133,129 and equipment, $27,338. Receipts for education and instruction included, $1,794,170 from the state appropriation and $66a,laa frnrn tuition and fees. iPALACE Now--Ends Thursday: "RED SALUTE" --and-"Preview Murder Mystery" "The Last Outpost" and "Roaring Guns" SHOWING AT BOTH THE CECIL and PALACE -- Friday Oniy -- Don't Stay Away -- For Friday's Program is the Gala One of the Week! Fun Galore-SO FOLLOW THE REST OF THE CROWDS! Silver Gifts to Every Lady Tonight S A L L You Will Enjoy Dancing to WILL OSBORNE Featuring 3 Trombones and 3 Slide Trumpets. Also Dick and Dorothy Rogers. Tonite, April 16 $1.10 Per Person Tax Incl. Art's Nitehawks Friday FREDDIE SCHLOTT and His College Band Sat. J.H.MARSTON CHRYSLER-PLYMOUTH i/j Block East of Hanford Hotel Old Time Dance AVALON BALL ROOM Manly, Iowa THURSDAY, APRIL 16th Music by ARTS NIGHTHAWKS Admission 25c COMING Tuesday, April 21st BENNETT GRETEN SHADY BEACH NIGHT CLUB South Shore--Clear Lake THURSDAY NIGHT Two Harmony Boys FRIDAY NIGHT ·CVao Fish Fr " W ' th th - 6 r Tee Price of Qt. of Beer MUSIC Friday '- Saturday Gene Autry in "Red River Valley" LAUREL AND HARDY In "BABES IN TOYLAND" f h e s t o r y o \ an lo'wa farmer forced to become a Hollywood star: TAILSPIN TOMMY in "The Great Air Mystery" News Events Surprise Gifts to the Kiddles Fri., Sat. Matinee 15-Piece Band and FLOOR SHOW Saturday, April 18 Either Data Moroni OtgenT Frank Albertion Directed l» SEN . producer. Robert Sitk From the norel if PHIL STONG, author ol "State Fair." At North Shore Country Club FOR MEMBERS AND GUESTS Saturday and Sunday Kenny's Swing Band MONDAY NIGHT Private Party Larry Young, Proprietor^ We Are Getting Ready io Print the New Telephone Directory If you plan to have a telephone installed ... if you are going to move...or want your listing changed...or want to be represented in the Classified Telephone Directory Please call our business office soon, N O R T H W E S T E R N B E L L TE L.E PH 0 N E s C O M P A N Y

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