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TEN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, APRIL 22 1936 BErGAZETTE OLES WIN GAME OVER WARRIORS St. Olaf Scores in Seventh to Get 10-7 Decision in Opening Ball Game. FOREST CITY--A seventh innin] rally in which the Oles scored fou runs was too much for Waldorf' Warriors here Tuesday, and th junior college team dropped th opening game of its season to St Olaf, 10 to 7. The lead see-sawed until the sev enth, when St Olaf went ahead bj 9 to 6. Hoyme, Nicklasson and Stith hit to score the runs after Bunnj Johnson had walked to open the in ning. Johnson also scored in th eighth on Hoyme's fly to left field The Warriors made their bid to send the game into extra innings as they scored in the last of the eighth but Fortier choked off the briei rally, and Feeney was ciit down at the plate in the ninth as he tried to score from second on Huso's double. The Warriors were on their way to Elkader Wednesday to play the junior college Arabs there, in a game moved ahead from Friday. THE BOXSCORE IVAUDOBF--7 AB H PO A Kennedy c 4 0 1 Johnson is fi Ytenty Ib 4 Sev'eitl ef B 3 1 Huso 2I fi 2 3 Everets If 4 0 6 Willis 3I t 2 II Ronness rf 2 1 n 0 1 a 3 n An'snn p-rf 3 Z Hill p 1 0 0 0 Totals 39 12 21 ST. OLAF--10 AB H to A Jnbnflnn ss 3 2 0 1 Hoyme cf 5 3 0 Nlc'non 3b B 2 I Stllh U S 2 2 Alb'cht Ib t 1 12 0 Tnnrnon xn 1 n 0 0 Pet'inn rl 4 1 Is'clnon 2b H H VnnH'kle c 4 2 « 1 Fortier p S 0 0 2 Total! 42 13 18 13 -Scorn by Innings: ST. OLAF 003 020 410--10 WALDORF 020 500 210-- 7 Summary--Errors. Kennedy; Hnso, Jobn- non 2: struck out, by Anderson 8. Hill 2, Fortier 4; homemn, Johnson. Umpire, Cbrls Johnston, Coe. Time, 3:35. . Geneva Plays Dumont for Schedule's Opening Game, Bristow Is Next Opponent DUMONT--Geneva high school opens the local baseball season, Dumont traveling there to play its first game. Bristow will play here Friday in the home opener. THE SCHEDULE April 21--0«nnva, there. April 24--Bristow, here. April 27--County tournament at Greene, Pnmont vs. Greene. May 1--Hansell, here. May 8--Allison, here. May IS--Allison, there. May 18--Clarksville; here. May 22--Bristow, there. May 39--Clarksvllle, there. Triangular Track Tussle on Schedule for April 29 EMMETSBURG -- A triangular track meet will be held here Wednesday, April 29, with high school athletes from Emmetsburg, Algona and Spencer competing. The meet, originally scheduled for Saturday, was postponed until after the Drake relays. OUT OF THE P R E S S B O X (Continued From Page 9) will compete at Des Moines Sept 5-7, for the state amateur basebal championship . . . and a chance to go to Cleveland for the national amateur tournament . . . with ex penses paid. Rockwell was the rep resentative from this district last year. * . * * Teams entering the Forest City tournament will not be eligible to compete in the Iowa amateur scries, of course. * * * Mason City will also be the site of a district Softball tournament this season . .. teams that are members of the Amateur Softball Association of America . . . and membership costs only $1 ... will be eligible to compete here for a dis- rict championship and a chance to lay in a state finals tournament. The state champion will be eligible or the national championship tourney. * * * The Iowa-Southern Minnesota loftball tournament is already planned for Aug. 3-8 at Roosevelt tadium . . . maybe the two events vill be combined . . . there'll be mor'e news about all these items ater. OWA STARS OUT OF DRAKE EVENT )ooley, Skinner Unable to Go in Relays Contests, Iowa Not Seek Mark. IOWA CITY, (/P)--Iowa's hopes '. winning the sprint relay cham- ionships at the Drake relays Fri- ay and Saturday were given a ser- ais setback Wednesday when oach George T. Bresnahan said .ndy Dooley and Eugene Skinner ill be unable to compete. Both Hawkeye stars are bothered rith leg injuries and physicians ad- ised Bresnahan it would be taking heavy risk to-use the men this eek. Iowa holds- the 440 and 880 yard elay records at Drake but without ooiey and Skinner does not appear o have much of a 'chance to finish among the leaders this year. Bresnahan named an 18 man earn 'to represent the university at le. relays,' including Capt. Francis 'retzmeyer and Kenneth Hugg, /ho will substitute for Dooley and kinner on the sprint teams. lurlew High School Wins in Emmetsburg Ball Game EMMETSBURG -- Curlew high chool beat the .local 'preps 15 to 1 ere Monday night, with Anderson Ditching for Curlew. Sewell, Gunn and Soper made up the .EmmeW- " iurg high school battery. TEXAS ACE GOES IN DRAKE MATCH Smokey Brothers of Rice Get Ready to Run 440 Special at Saturday Contest. DES MOINES, UP) -- Smokey Brothers, Rice institute's ruler o the southwest conference quarter- milers Wednesday was added to tb list of stars who will compete in the special 440 yard dash at th Drake relays here Saturday. Ray Ellinwood of Chicago univer ty^ who has set American and world indoor records this winter heads the array of aces entered in the quarter mile event. Winslow (Sunny) Heg, Northwestern speed ster and Ellinwood's arch Big Ten rival, also win compete Saturday Brothers, who also runs as ancho man on Rice's great mile relay team, is the outstanding quarter miler of the southwest and may jive Ellinwood plenty of stiff com petition here. The Rice team will arrive in Des Moines Thursday noon. Included among the Owl stars coming here resides Brothers, will be Jess Petty the Drake relays' 1935 discus cham. 3ion; Bill Wallace,, one of the na :ion's best 440 yard hurdlers; Jack Patterson, young southwestern high lurdling sensation and the other ihree members of the Rice relay team. MASON CITY HIGH WINS FIRST GAME (Continued From Page 9) whaled a nasty low drive past Jack Wallace to move the runners up and Haack's Texas leaguer into cen- :er field sent the run home. Haack was caught far off first as Thompson called for a pitchout, but Bur- .on walked to fill the bases. Fletcher came through the tight spot in great style as he whiffed Shelton after the count had run to three and two to break the short rally. Score on Infield Out. Mickey Cookman was credited with Mason City's only outfield put- mt in the sixth, but the action was ilow until Fletcher tripled in the Mason City half, and came home on a passed ball after Thompson had walked. Thompson again stole sec- Jnd, and scored when Jack Wallace was thrown out at first. Wallace docked Olson off his feet and pre- ·ented a throw to the plate as the putout was completed. The ball game was over in swift order as Fletcher set the last three batters to face him down on strikes. The Mohawks will play Swea City rriday and Austin, Minn., Saturday n the rest of this week's schedule. Rodman High School Wins Curlew Tilt by Big Total RODMAN--Rodman high school defeated Curlew 28 to 4 Tuesday afternoon. Shriner, Meyerly and Barber were the Rodman batteries. DRIVE THE WINNER The Car That Beat Them All! A I*et the facts speak for themselves. X Graham Supercharger sedan made 26.66 miles per gallon in a test ·uperviscd by the American Automobile Association,* winning the sweepstakes championship over 29 other cars of rarious makes and sizes. No foil sized car in America has a certified economy record equal to that set hf the Supercharger, Not even the smaller cars were able to match Graham performance. The larger cars, iu the Supercharger class, were literally overwhelmed. The principle of the Supercharger --as brought to the lower price field for the first time by the Graham brothers--is the most revolutionary development of the last 10 years. It couples unmatched economy with the smoothest and most brilliant performance you've ever known. Try the Graham Supercharger before you buy. Drive the sweepstakes winner--the car that beat them all! OFFICIAL ECONOMY RECORD OF 26.66 MILES PER GALLON '·Official. Certified by A. A. A. as sweepstakes I'cmner over 29 other cars in Gilmore-Yosemite Economy Run, Jan. 9, 1936. SUPERCHARGER Vie the convenient C.T.1,6% Credit Plan with payment* a* low at $25 a month. FOLSON AUTO COMPANY 722 South Federal Aye. Phone 1174 SPORTS Date-Book April 2i--Baseball: Mason City big! school vs. Swea City, Roosevel stadium. Track: Drake relays, Des Moines April 25--Baseball: Mason City high school vs. Austin, Minn., Roose velt stadium. Track: Drake relays, Des Moines May 1-3--Baseball: Cerro Gordo county tournament, Roosevel stadium. May 3--Track: Estherville' relays Estherville. May 15--Softball: Entry lists due a't Y. M. C. A. May 16 -- Track: District meet Roosevelt stadium. May 23--Baseball: State high schoo tournament finals, Manson. June 1 -- Softball: Mason City leagues open, East park. July 1-15--Baseball: Iowa sernipro tournament, Forest City. Aug. 3-8--Softball: Iowa-Southern Minnesota tournament, Roosevel stadium. Sept. 5-7--Baseball: Iowa amateur tournament finals, Des Moines. DER MAX READY TO MEET NEGRO Schmeling Confident He Can Beat Louis, Worries Only About Missed Golf Bag. NEW YORK, Iff)--More con cerned about his forgotten golf clubs than the terrors of Joe Louis' fists, Max Schmeling, the former heavyweight champion, today be- nns the search for a training: camp in which to prepare for his 15 round *ight with the Detroit bomber at e Yankee stadium in June. Schmeling, calmly confident of lis ability to beat Louis, arrived Puesday bewailing the fact he had eft his golf clubs in Germany. He jlans to start his preparations at Trench Lick, Ind., with golf as his main diet. This oversight worried Max even more than the fact that he and his .rainer, Max Machon, didn't, even lave taxi fare to their hotel'when liey arrived. They were allowed to ake only 10 marks apiece--about "4--out of Germany. Schmeling, weighing 192 pounds, about four pounds above his fight- ng weight, announced he was in ine condition and that he expected to beat Louis although he would not predict a knockout. "It is now or never for me," he explained. "I know I will never get another chance in an important jout here unless I can beat your Toe Louis, and that's what I in- end to do. "I saw pictures of his fight with vtax Baer and I told myself 'there s my man.' Then I came over here and saw him beat Paulino. And again I told myself 'there is my man.' " TOTAL PINS . . . . GLOBE-GAZETTE Players-- 1st 2nd 3rd To. Av. Sere 179 1S8 1BR 505 108 . Doe 15fl ]5(i 155 4fi5 Ifi5 Tlbenu 131 174 160 465 155 fhompson High School Is Winner at Leland Opener LELAND--Leland high school's baseball team played its first game of the season against Thompson here Monday. The visitors won a victory by 11 to 9. COLUMBIA STRONG. NEW YORK, im--It is unlikely that Columbia's crew will be the ;em of the ocean, this year, but by Coach Hobert Glendon's own admission he has the most promising group of huskies in several years. A victory over Navy last Saturday revealed the Lions as a powerful unit, surprisingly smooth in oars- manship. Major Stars . By ASSOCIATED PRESS. Bill Dickey, Yankees--His third homerun of the year with two on in the third featured victory over Athletics. Jimmy Bucher, Dodgers -- His three hits led attack on Bees, his last single being mainly responsible for tying score in 10th. Hank Leiber, Giants--Singled in ninth to score run that beat Phils, 7-6. Lefty Grove, Red Sox -- Let Senators down with three hits in 6 1-3 innings and won second straight game. In the Ring (By The Associated Press) .ST. JOSEPH, Mo.--Pat Kissinger, 142, Kansas City, knocked out Al O'Day, 139. Hollywood, Cal.. (3). GREEN BAY, Wis.--Ad Wiater, Green Bay, knocked out Dick Madden, Boston, (3). (Heavyweights; weights unavailable.) LOS ANGELES--Frank Rowsey, 173, Los Angeles, outpointed Charles Coates, 177, Akron, Ohio, (10). Wrestling (By The Associated Press) WINDSOR, Ont.--Alex Kasaboski, 1S5, Toronto, defeated Ivan Rasputin, 190, Russia, two out of three falls. DECKER OFFICERS HEAD PIN SCRAPS Only Postponed Contest Left on Schedule as City Loop Closes Long Season. Decker's Office stayed in the No, 1 position Tuesday night as City league bowling closed for the season at the Stoddard alleys, beating Northwestern States Portland Cement in two games out of three Only one contest is left on the schedule, a postponed match between Hugh Davey and · Son and Stod dard's. Blumer's Golden Glow won a pair from the crippled Globe-Gazette lineup, while the Old Timers beat, Kozy Korner in two games to tie their opponents for fifth place. Decker's Plant was credited with three games when Coca Cola forfeited and settled in fourth notch. Thursday night is payoff night, Secretary Hans G. Pusch said, and all captains have been requested to represent their teams. Decker's Office won all the honors Tuesday night with a 1,051 and 2,921 single game and total. Mickey Kaufman had 222 for the best single, and J. H, MacDonald rolled a 592 for the top series. NORTHVTESTEK.V CEMENT CO.. Players-- 1st 2nd 3rd 1«. Av. O. Bull 147 145 188 480 100 V. Lavelle 184 169 US 498 166 M. Schnti 194 164 137 483 162 M. Plrkl 168 174 1(12 534 178 F. IMrltl 162 212 191 565 138 Actual Pln« 855 8H 843 2562 854 Handicap 82 82 82 246 82 TOTAL PINS 937 946 925 2808 936 DECKER'S OFFICE Players--- 1st 2nd 3rd M. Kaufman Knit . . . L. B. Dull Evenson . . J. Lindsay J. MaeDonnld In. Av. 142 no 222 534 178 .. 183 201 168 552 184 141 169 310 155 132 132 502 167 ... "2 ... 187 129 Jfifi 170 202 220 S92 197 Actual pins 814 843 8 4 5 2 6 0 2 897 Handicap 107 106 106 319 106 TOTAL PINS . . . . 921 949 1051 2921 973 BLUMER'S COLDE.V? OLOW Players-- Konre B. Krall :. Sheka '. Blsbnp . H. Radclltfe Actual Pins .. Handicap . .176 182 , 166 146 214 144 193 165 US 160 To. 530 479 567 J21 525 893 772 857 2522 75 75 75 225 847 932 2747 916 Charles City News High Level Is Set by Ilza Niemack, Agnes McCay at Charles City ' CHARLES CITY--The standard of performance set at the beginning of tlie series of concert programs sponsored by the Parent Teacher council was maintained at the concluding program presented Tuesday evening by Ilza Niemack, violinist, and Agnes McCay, soprano, in the high school auditorium before an audience that nearly filled the main floor. Miss Niemack was enthusiastically received as she appeared again before a home audience .which accorded every number much applause and recalled her for two encores at the end. The entire program was presented by both artists from memory which in itself was an accomplishment in addition to the professional and pleasing performance. This was Miss McCay's first appearance in Charles City and after getting accustomec to the auditorium her voice seemed to increase in volume and smoothness and she was recalled for encores at. the end of her second group. Marie Werdell of Dubuque, her accompanist, repeated the fine work she did for the first artist on the se. ries, Marie Matyas. Mrs. Stella Nie. mack played the accompaniments for her daughter and their years ot work together deserves much praise. Charles Cityans Testify in Primghar Damage Suit CHARLES CITY--A number of Charles City persons are in Primghar this week for an automobile damage case. Suit was brought against Walter Grohe by W. G. Henke and Ralph Zastrow, Charles City, for the estate of Ruby Guenther who was killed when an automobile in which she was riding crashed into a train on highway 218 on the Floyd road. Other occupants of the car were Ed Bluhm, Gladys Runyard, Marvin Soehren and Stanley O'Dowd who were all injured and have been called as witnesses. Mr. Grohe, driver and owner of the car, was taking the young persons home from Cedar Inn. E. G. I/arson was called as a witness to testify regarding the weather the night of the accident. He is the U. S. weather bureau official here. . Doe 155 155 . Strom 310 155 M« ITS 'oii-ell ............ ]32 391 148 471 157 Actual Pins ____ 752 883 807 2392 797 Handicap ....... 38 38 42 318 39 790 871 849 2510 836 Players Dnncan . Ferman ..... .. 211 . Duncan . ...... 1!U '. Duncan ....... 157 . Duncan ........ 201 KOZ1' KOKXEK 1st 2nd 3rd To. IfiO 19fl 177 53H IBS 129 .12.9 lf.1 168 193 158 163 Actual Pins ____ 920 877 820 2017 Handicap ....... fid .SB 66 198 TOTAL PINS ____ 986 943 886 2805 938 OLD TIMERS Players -- 1st 2nd 3rd To. Av. A. L. Sdarns ...... 122 188 ]72 482 111 V. H. Rees ....... 143 139 H7 429 143 Decker ........ 157 154 137 448 149 15. A. MacDnnald . 174 192 J92 358 186 Scnn .......... 137 175 191 503 IBS 73:i 848 S39 2420 807 106 106 106 318 106 Actual Pins . Handicap . . . TOTAt PISS · DECKER'S PLANT Players-- 1st 2nd 3rd To. Av. I. Kolb 200 181 181 562 187 !. Balduf 157 150 166 482 161 .. CoBcins 131 157 143 431 144 J. Doe 155 155 155 V. Hicks 152 312 264 132 , Kaufman 161 358 122 441 147 Actual Pins 801 767 687 2255 752 Handicap 79 79 79 237 79 TOTAL MNS 880 846 76» 2482 831 COCA COLA Forfeit. Free Lesson for Club Members Held at 2:30 Series Is Started as All golfers who wish to take advantage of the free lessons offered at the American Legion Community golf course were requested by club officers to take care of their membership dues before starring the lessons. Membership in the club will b« a prerequisite to entering the golf class, which will start Saturday afternoon at 2:30. The date and time of the second lesson in the series will be decided by the members of the opening class. HAWKS OPEN IOWA CITY, UP--The University of Iowa golf team, winner of two non-conference matches, 'opens its Big Ten schedule against Northwestern at Evanston Saturday. The Hawkeyes decisively defeated Iowa tate and St. Ambrose in their first ,wo engagements. Elected Teacher. EMMETSBURG -- Frances Long, teacher in the Primghar public schools since 1934, has been elected :o a position in the Emmetsburg unior high school, the local board said Tuesday. Trucker in Court. EMMETSBURG -- Sam Turner, Joplin, Mo., trucker, was arraigned n mayor's .court here Tuesday iharged with selling fence posts 'rom his truck without obtaining a ransient merchant's license. He released when he paid a 3-day icense fee of 515 and agreed to eave town. Hess Plans to Resign as Pastor of Church CHARLES CITY--The Rev. G. A. Hess who has served as pastor of the Christian church for 25 years, announced his intention to resign from the ministry. He and Mrs. Hess will leave Sept. 1 for Grant Park, 111., former home of Mrs. Hess, to take care of her' brother, O. C. Chapman. Mr. Hess came to Charles City in 1904 and served the local church seven, years. He then located in Clinton for five years, Mount Pleasant, two years, and returned to Charles City in 1918. The church plans to hold a silver anniversary for the pastor and his wife in six weeks. They have five children who are located in other cities. Held to Grand Jury. CHARLES CITY--W. C. Shaffer waived preliminary hearing in Justice John McGeeney's court and was bound over to the grand jury on the charge of operating an automobile while intoxicated. His home i3 west of Powersville and he was released on bonds of S500. He is charged with abusing George Dahmer and striking him in the eye Sunday night when he refused to pull Shaffer out of the ditch a second time. Charles City Briefs CHARLES CITY--The White- Phillips corporation of Davenport bought $47,000 worth of Floyd county funding- bonds. They paid 2U per cent and the county will pay $85 for printing the bonds. Mrs. M. W. Ellis spoke on lilacs at the meeting of the garden and home department of the Women's club yesterday afternoon. She mentioned the oldest known lilacs in the country which were planted in Portland, Maine, in 1750 and others several years later on Mount Vernon and Mpnticello estates. The development in bloom and colors made since lilacs were first discovered as a wild shrub were explained by Mrs. Ellis. Catherine Strate of Rockford is a patient in the Cedar Valley hospital. Gaylon Gerhart of Greene had a major operation yesterday in the hospital. Miss Carol Snyder returned to Des Moines to resume her work in the schools after being called here to I Ladies' Silver Days Gifts to Every Lady Romance! Music! Laughter! "MILLIONS IN THE AIR" --with-John Howard, Wendy Barrie, Willie Howard, Benny Baiter, Eleanore Whitney PETER B. KYNE'S "BARS OF HATE" --with-REGIS TOOMEY SHEILA TERRY Mat. 16c Eve. 2!c Child. lOc attend the funeral of her uncle, I. N Snyder. Officers elected by the Past Noble Grand association of the Rebekah lodge are as follows: President Mrs. Harriet Nies; vice president Mrs. Edna West; secretary ant treasurer, Mrs. Jessie Swartz. IS FOUND DEAD AT LAKE MILLS Mrs. Knutson Heart Disease Victim; Funeral to Be Held Friday. LAKE MILLS--Mrs. Ragna Knut son, 79, died early Monday at the home of her son southwest ,of town She was found dead in her bed from heart disease. She was born in Norway and her husband preceded her in death. She is survived by severa children. Funeral services will be held Friday afternoon at the Winnebago Lutheran church, with the Rev. H F. Huseth in charge. At Mason City THEATERS By E. J. T. 'SNOWED UNDER" ENDS THURDAY AT CECIL "Snowed Under," a comedy which moves along at a swift pace as George Brent, in the role of an harassed young playwright, is preyed upon by his two ex-wives and his current sweetheart when the four are snowbound together in a New England farmhouse, plays through Thursday at the Cecil. Glenda Farrell, Genevieve Tobin, Patricia Ellis and Frank McHugii have supporting roles. The latest issue of- "March of Time" is also on this bill. * * * "Little Lord Fauntleroy," with Master Freddie Bartholomew in the title role, is booked for an early May showing at the Cecil. * * * FIRE ON SHIPBOARD IS ONE OF PALACE THRILLS All the excitement of a fire at sea forms the background for some of the early sequences of "Dan- jerous Waters," Jack Holt's'latest starring: vehicle. In the midst of the ;urmoil, the captain of the ship dies, elevating Holt to the position of captain which he assumes just in time to be confronted with mutiny. The second film on this bill is 'The Melody Lingers on," featur- ng George Houston and Josephine Hutchinson and an exceptionally trong supporting cast. Among the players in secondary roles are such stars as Helen Westley, John Halliday, Mona Barrie and Laura Hope Crews. * * * Eleanore Whitney, tap dancing star in "Millions in the Air" which s playing through Thursday at the Strand, is regarded as one of the jest in her profession. A gangster film, "Bars of Hate," s companion feature for this pic- ure. * * * "The Leathernecks Have Landed" s the title of the Friday flim play- ng at both the Palace and the Cecil. '. J. Moore Rehired for Three Years as Director of New Hampton Schools NEW HAMPTON--F. J. Moore, ·Jew Hampton public school superintendent for the past nine years .nd member of the Iowa High School Athletic board of directors was re- lired by the board of education for ;hree years with a 10 per cent increase in salary. Teachers were given an average increase of 8 per cent. P. G. E. Employes' CLUB DANCE Thursday, April 23 Don Strickland's Orchestra OLD-TIME DANCE . Friday 26c, S. S. Tax Incl. Earl Hunt's Orchestra LAWRENCE WELK Saturday -- 26c and 60e First Sun. Dance, April 26 26c S. S. Tax Incl. 40e MLACE NOW SHOWING 2 EXCELLENT FEATURES A Golden Symphony of Thrilling Song, Vibrant Romance and Soul-Stirring Emotion! "THE MELODY LINGERS ON" with JOSEPHINE HUTCHttfSON GEORGE HOUSTON I And-- Roaring Drama of the Open Seas! "DANGEROUS WATERS" with JACK HOLT Robt. Armstrong Grace Bradley 2 NORTH IOWANS RECEIVE AWARDS Columbia Fellowships Given Mrs. Joseph of Hampton, Stehn, Northwood. NEW YORK, (ICNI--Mrs. Erla Elaine Joseph of Hampton, Iowa, and John Stehn o£ Northwood, Iowa, have been awarded graduate fellowships at Columbia university, according to announcement here Tuesday by Secretary Frank D. Fackenthal, following action by the university council. Mrs. Elaine was awarded the Lydia C. Roberts fellowship in English and comparative literature while Mr. Stehn won the Lydia C. Roberts fellowship in music. A total of 145 fellowships and scholarships for 1936-37, with a value of nearly $130,000 was made. W.C.7IILL HOLD INSTITUTE Floyd County Program Will Be Presented Friday at Nora Springs. NORA SPRINGS -- The annual Floyd county W. C. T. U. institute will be held here at the Christian church Friday. Beginning at 10 o'clock devotions will be led by Mrs. J. M. Krafft. A business meeting will be held and the heads of the county departments will give talks. Picnic lunch will be served at noon in the church parlors. At 1:30 devotions will be led by Mrs. George D..Gaede. Mrs. Jennie Jacobs of Charles City will talk on scientific temperance instruction. Mrs; Fred Larson will sing. Mrs. Verne Alice Sopher, head of the state department of religious educa- :ion will speak and the Rev. J. M. Krafft will talk on "Can We Abolish War?" Mrs. Glenn Bishop will jive a whistling solo of bird music. Late Hill will speak on temperance legislation andthe Rev. George D. Gaede will tell of "The Aftermath After Two Years of Repeal." The Rev. Thomas Mcliityre will speak on "Temperance in the South" as he lives at Fort Worth, Texas, after a reading by Mrs. Bert Rooks. A picnic supper will be served. At 7:30 Mr. Mclntire will lead de- 'Otions. Mrs. O. L. Hansen will sing nd the high school girls' glee club will sing. The address of the eve- ling will be given by Superintendent Latham of the Charles City chools on "Alcohol Education." Ar- eigh Kraupa and Ruth Beard will give instrumental solos. Lafayette, don't expect us.--· Brunswick, Ga,,' Pilot. Mat. 26c--·Eve. S8c NORTH SHORE COUNTRY CLUB COMPLIMENTARY D A N C E Wednesday, April 22 CARL WEST BAND For Members and Guests DOUBLE PROGRAM Now Showing NO. 2 New Issue of U n of TIME"

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