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12 TUESDAY, MARCH 28, 1939 ·GAZETTE ' SPORT! BARNEY ROSS PICKS DAVEY Day to Do Battle With Hammer Hank on Friday's Card By LESLIE AVERY United Press Staff Correspondent NEW YORK, (U.fc--Another guy licked by Henry Armstrong offers a recipe for beating the busy little Los Angeles Negro who has won . 44 fights in a row. "Keep crowding him all the time,' said Barney Ross who lost his welterweight title to Armstrong less than a year ago, to his former stablemate, Davey Day, who meets Armstrong in Madison Square Garden Friday night. Art Winch and Sam Pian, the Chicago managerial twins who had Barney before he retired, believe Day is the boy to stop Armstrong, but the boys who risk their money are offering 5-1 that Davey will be the 45th victim. Short Right Is Punch Ross, who is now in the cloak and suit business, takes a lot o stock in Day's short right, which he claims "is the punch that wil beat Armstrong." "Keep crowding that guy, whale away from close in and you've got Inm licked," Ross said. But why didn't Ross try something like that when he faced Armstrong last May? "I'd reached the end o£ my rope that night," Ross answered. "I was too old. I tried pushing into Henry and for a coupie of rounds I did all right. But, I didn't have the stamina to last. _ "I want to get one thing straf°ht right now, however. They say I took a terrific beating from Armstrong. I did not. Armstrong didn't win because he could liit harder. "Younger and Stronger" "He was just younger and stronger and able to bull me around. That is the secret of his success. He can't punch. Considering the condition I was in, he would have knocked me out, if he naa had any punch." Day is 26, tall for his weight and will have an advantage of reach. Ross thinks he is strone enough to hold his ground when , nl j 9, eglns b °ring in close. But Jie admitted, that Davey is a slow starter. Ross will ask the New York ath- Jetie commission for a second's license today so he can be in Dav's corner. J Promoter Mike Jacobs signed 4Jay to a contract yesterday. If 5"!?.,TM* «« Belter diadem Tragedy of Tony Galento Is Comedy for Fight Fan Jersey Fat Man to Tony Canzoneri Set for 12th Step Back NEW YORK, (UJ9-- TougK little Tony Canzoneri, former lightweight champion attempting a comeback meets Irish Eddie f wi11 be 5eekin S his =ev- nr, i f l yf m 12 comeback bouts. One of his victories was over Brink tnree weeks ago, but it was an eight round affair. Connie Mack Smiles as A's Win Eighth r TM V r ' L3 " N.PJ- Connie Mack, veteran president- manager of the Philadelphia Athletics, believed Tuesday he might ^ a j e .f °mething after all following S^ S T? ffh ' h i success1 ^ triumph Hoy Parmalee was particularly effective m the game Monday ofl, v'f,* 6 A ' s on the Io "g ^ of a 7 to 2 score over New Orleans r-i ? southern association. The wSi S In 3ians came here Wednesday and Thursday to end Ch ] exhlblll(m serics ^ Lake Get Knocked Silly for Sake of Cash By HENRY McLEMORE United Press Staft Corresponden DAYTONA BEACH, Fla., (U,R-For more years than a man wh likes to shake a stick at year- could shake a stick at, accepted thinkers have said that tragedj was the basis of all true comedy I m beginning to believe they are right. Else how in the world can you explain the laughs tha the matching of Tony Galento with Joe Louis has produced? From Seattle to old orchard, from San Diego to Key West, sports followers have found a chuckle in the pitting of Tony against Joe for the world's heavyweight fighting championship. Surely the laugh in the figh between Tony and Joe is founded on tragedy. Tony hasn't a chance Fat, old, short of breath, awkward hie will walk into the ring against the young Negro champion with no more chance of survival than a turkey has at Thanksgiving. GOES TO DOOM He will go in there, under the bright lights, as a fat fool doomed to destruction. There is every chance that in one cruel round, or two cruel rounds, he will be permanently hurt or disfigured. The tragedy is, Tony Galento knows this. As a fighting man, as one who knows what it takes to be a champion, he, more than anyone, realizes his shortcomings He knows he can't hit with Louis he Snows he can't box with Louis. He knows he can't move about with Louis. Tony, above all others knows that from the moment the first bell rings he becomes a sacrifice. I do not doubt that during the tew seconds or minutes he is m the ring Tony will strut and grimace and generally make a ,, ° f l"mself. He must, because that is all he has to offer. Galenic will get knocked stiff and helpless for money. Fighting for years, he never has had a bout m which the attendance or the pnce of admission was sufficient to pay him real money. His bout with Louis will provide both To be held during the world's fair when the city o£ New York will be filled with thousands of persons anxious lor a way to spend an evening and money, the fight is ikely to draw upwards of a million dollars. Tony's cut will be enough to make -op for the 'cuts -ouis will give him. It will pay his rent for years, guarantee food for the family for a long, long ime, and that's what he is fighting In thinking about the helpless -ralento walking out against Louis 1 remembered what Jim Braddock said to me on the eve of his fight vith the merciless hitter from De- roit. 'CAIST HE HURT ME?" In his training camp near Chicago, I sat and talked with Braddock and asked him if he really knew how hard the Negro hit. "Yeah, I know," Jim answered ·He hits harder than Dempsey hey tell me. But lissen--do you hmfc he can hurt me? Do you rank a fist can hurt a man who has stood in a relief line to get milk for his baby? Do you think T punch on the jaw--and I don't ·are who throws it--can hurt as much as taking charity? Hell nobody can hurt me any more." Galento will walk out against Louis ready to take all Joe can hrow. He will walk out in the ace of certain defeat because he vants the money for the ones dear o him. He'll get hurt. Hurt badly Tnat's a cinch. And that's what we've been Dodger Scout Casts Eye on Phil Lineup NEW BRAUNFELS Tex- (UP.) ;iTM e Presence of Ted McGrew, former National league umpire and now a scout for the Brooklyn J? g S?'T '3,' , the trai «'ng camp of the Philadelphia Phillies caused trade speculation Tuesday Although McGrew denied ~ie had any trade with the Phillies in mind, observers were skeptical that he would ma^ke the journey ride. augmng at! FIGHT RESULTS By United Press CHICAGO--Eddift Lantfer. 126 ago. decisioncd Henry Hook r»l"; mapolij /8. " * " " Chi- Ind- LOCAL SQUADS TURN ON HEAT High Singles, Trios Lead Way in Monday Bowling Loop Games A pair of three-game winners topped the ladder Monday night in the Mason City bowling league, , Decker get the as Golden Glow and Brothers stepped out to clear victories. The Golden Glow 2,950 was best of the team totals. Two-game victories went to Quality Fruit -Market and Grain Belt Beer, the former missing a chance to take three games as Northwestern States Portland Cement cracked the sticks for a second game o£ 1,030, high single of the evening. A pair of strong individual scores were turned in by Ross Radcliff, who bowled a 657 total with singles of 210-211-236, and by George Bull, who counted 621 pins. Bull's singles were 166-236219 as the pair shared honors in the game-scoring. Players-- -'errias ,.. Gamble .. Radctilf . Bey Jesomery GOLDEN' G1OIV 1st 2nd 3rd Tolal Av. 193 139 183 517 191 235 188 Actual Pins Handicap Tolal Pins Players-- ilclchoir .. Schmidt .. . 189 192 . 210 211 . 203 201 . 110 196 . 970 939 . 30 30 147 315 30 172 572 191 657 219 592 197 =22 17t 2860 90 IMG 5G9 975 2950 983 COCA COLA. . 1st 2nd 3rd Tolal Av. 171 167 183 521 174 181 142 133 51G 172 160 178 173 511 170 213 170 172 553 183 ISO 177 204 501 187 Actual Pins Handicap .. . 905 . 38 834 38 925 26G4 BBS 38 1H 38 Tolal Pins 943 672 903 2778 Player idams oivles Haddy enn .. HatUlf 926 DECKER BROTHERS '-- 1st 2nd 3rd Total Av. ·· 159 134 136 423 H3 210 181 154 551 184 154 140 142 442 147 144 16G 140 450 152 168 221 IGl 550 183 Actual Pins Handicap .. .. E41 .. B9 848 739 69 69 809 B9 Total Pins Players-Dunton ... 910 917 803 2635 878 BLUE EIBBON 1st 2nd 3rd Total Av 163 146 132 441 147 141 181 138 460 153 124 90 131 345 115 1" 173 147 503 168 170 156 166 492 164 Actual Pins XatuUcan .. 714 83 747 89 Total Pj'ns 841 803 2508 B30 XORTHlVESrERJv CE3IEST Player u)I chut* Dbolt L Pis-kl . Hrhl Actual Pins Handicap 1st 2nd 3rd Total Av. . 3GG 23S 219 621 207 . 133 ISO 147 470 159 . 15G 153 224 443 148 . 168 179 162 509 170 . 193 203 J7S 5T4 Z91 . 822 971 . =3 59 830 2623 878 59 177 59 olal Pins 831 1030 839 2800 037 QUAUTV FBUrr Players- oggins ecgan pson ward .... auffnarm ... Actual Pins Handicap ,. olal Pins ,., Players-- 1st . 148 . 169 . 133 123 . 158 147 153 . 213 192 143 2nd 3rd Total Av 168 1B6 002 124 191 484 191 . 886 . 68 517 458 550 2511 204 Held in Chicago in Shooting Edward Conrad, 79 year old veteran of the Indian wars, was held for questioning by Chicago police after Police Sergi. Thomas Dunderdale quoted him as saying he shot and killed his soii-in-law, Louis Vleck, 40, printing company official. ALGONAN FINED $300 AND COSTS Ralph Steinman Is Fined on Charge of Driving While Drunk ALGONA--Ralph Steinmnn, Allona, appeared before Judge F. ;. Davidson of Emmetsburg in tho Kossuth district court Monday and was fined S300 and costs on charges of operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated. Upon recommendation of Coun- y Attorney L. A. Winkel, ai! grand jurors to appear for the March term of court were dismissed. There are only three erim- nal cases pending at the present ime. There will be no inquest in the death of Mrs. Albertina Thiel who vas killed Saturday at' Algona. nstruction School of Eastern Star to 3e Held Wednesday KANAWHA--The Eastern Star ill hold its schooi of instruction Vednesday at the Masonic hall Jrs. Lucille Johnson of Eagle Srove will be · the instructor in charge. A banquet will be held in he evening at the Methodist church which will be served by circle No. 3 of the Methodist adies' aid society. In the evening initiatory work will be put n. -- ---- . rcmgard lirer Icvenson ... 954 827 934 2715 902 TUE HUB 1st 2nd 3rd Total Av. 153 153 155 463 135 113 139 143 407 13G 190 136 165 491 164 122 148 167 437 146 127 15S 160 445 148 Actual Ptnj Handicap .. otal Pins ... Players-- oe ,, -atcs oo ... arsh .... 'eber . . 713 106 736 795 2245 743 106 106 318 106 1st loa 18-1 153 153 184 2nd 3rd Total Av. 155 IM 465 155 216 165 565 189 135 155 455 155 164 178 500 1S7 155 1(2 501 is? Actual Pins ... S36 Handicap 4s olal Pin? 3R4 845 48 2407 144 TRANSFERS REAL ESTATE Bankers Life company to John V. 515,200 , of 24-94- and 9. 3-1-39. Frederick. Alex to J. K. Deming rustee $1 QCD NE 19-D7-22. !-' »J-3u. U ' mel ;, Fr ed C. and Frances C. o Dorothy Lynch SI L 29 R. s Ed Brandt to Join Hollywood's Squad HOLLYWOOD, W--Pitcher Ed Brandt, released last week by the Pittsburgh Pirates for what Manager Pie Traynor called "keeping late hours," came to terms Tuesday with Hollywood of the Pacific Coach league. Brandt, a lefthander who saw service with Boston and Brooklyn in the National league before joining the Pirates in 1936, is 34. FIGHT RESULTS By United Press NEW YORK--PcSro Monlanez. Itt. c | j j ^ · » as ington, D. HOLYOKE. iras5._Jimmv Lcto. 146. Hartford. Conn., docisioncd Dannv Buck- Icy, 150, llob-oke ( l O i . L. L., County Treas- «.=., iu o. W. Dilts. S65.00. L 2 and n o c 61 L , 1 /" d W 25 /eet L 1 all in B 0 Swaledale. 3-13-39. Raymond. L. L., County Treasurer, to B. N. Dilts, 51.00. N 10 feet of W SG feet L 6 and W 96 feet of L 7 and 8 all in B 10 Swaledale. 3- Birasall Addison G. to Esther B Birdsall, $1.00. L 2 B 12 Parker's 3rd Add lo M. C. 8-31-37. Birdsall, Addison G., to Esther Birdsall, $1.00. QCD L 4 Paul Felfs Plat of M. C. 4-16-38. Travelers Insurance Company to Everett Fankell, $5,00000 N fr'l'.i NE and SE NE 1-97-22! 2- Crane, C. F. and Alice A., to Cerro Gordo county, Iowa, S150 L Cerro Gordo Abstract company to Evelyn Pinnekc. SI, quit claim deed, lot 5. blk 1, St. Francis park I Mason City. March 21, 1939. Clara Boomgarden. SI. lot 16. blk 3. John .T. Burns 7 addition to Mason City. March 15, 1339. Kitch, \V. P., et al. to L. J. Strahan, $1, lot 17, blk 12, H. E. Francisco's Second addition to Mason City. Feb. 15, 1939. Phalen, Tim R.. to Travelers Insurance company, §29,692 87 E h ? I L SE exce P t R - R -«glt of way of 20; W half E half SW and S half SE of 21; NE of 28, all in 9519. March 15, 1939. Woodstock, J. H.. to Belle Woodstock, SI, lot 5, subdivision of lot 6, block 10 original plat of Clear Lake and W'ly 43 ft o£ S'ly 22 ft lot 5. blk 10, Clear Lake; lots 15 and 16, blk 1. East Lake Place addition. Clear Lake, S'ly 16 ft, lot 1 ano N'Jy 26 ft of lot 6. all in block i, Cheney Palmeter's S addition to Clear Lake. Aug. 29, 1935. ,, Sauerberg, George H.. to Fred Bysong, 51, lot 17, blk 15, R. S Young's subdivision of lots 3 6 9 and 10 and all that part of lots i and 2 lying W and S of center o£ Lime creek, all in subdivision of NW 11-96-20. March 21, 1939. Cassel, Word, to Herman A. Kuppinger, $1, W 65 ft o£ beg. SE corner of lot 1, subdivision lots 12 and 13 and E 9 links o£ lot 11, subdivision of NW 3-96-20 then S 7 rods, then \V 2 chains and 74 links, then N 3 rods, then E 7 rod's, then Vfrs. Lindshrom 5 23, )ies at Hampton; Burial at Clarion HAMPTON--Mrs. M. E. Lind- trom, 23, died Sunday at the Lu- leran hospital of pneumonia. She s survived by her husband and a two weeks' old son. Funeral services were held at Clarion, her former home, Tuesda3". HOLD RITES OF AGED RESIDENT Mrs, Frank Fordyce, Once of Emmetsburg, Dies in California . EMMETSBURG--Funeral services were held here Tuesday afternoon for Mrs. Frank Fordyce elderly Emmetsburg woman .who died at the home of a daughter in California. ' Services were conducted from the Fordyce home, with the Foy funeral home in charge. The Rev Edward Pruitt officiated, and burial was in Evergreen cemetery The body arrived in Emmetsburg accompanied by members of the Fordyce family, on Monday night The widow of a former Emmetsburg · real estate dealer, Mrs Fordyce had spent the last few years in California with a daughter,'Miss Dorothy Fordyce RITElFlMRS. FLINT ARE HELD ·88 Year Old Woman of Osage Vicinity Native of Germany OSAGE--Funeral services were leld Tuesday afternoon at the Champion funeral home in charge of the Rev. Stiles Lessly of the Osage Congregational church for Mrs. Mary Flint, 88. who died at her farm home west of here Saturday evening. Bom in Germany, she came here ith her parents as a small child. Surviving are a daughter, Mrs Albert Muller of Osage, and a son of Spencer. Burial was in the local cemetery. Rock Falls Couple Married 40 Years 5 Honored by 29 ROCK FALLS--Mr. and Mrs. William Schlobohm, Rock Falls, were honored by 29 guests at a' urprise dinner Sunday. The occasion was the fortieth vedding anniversary of t h e couple. Guests included Mr. and Mi-s. J. -I. Brandau and family of Hudd, Wr. and Mrs. Otto Schlouohm and amily of Rock Falls, Mr. and Mrs. *. L. Philipp and family of Rudd Air. and Mrs. Chester Brandau of Xora Springs, Mr. and Mrs. J. Cuter and daughter and Mrs. Con Apel of Nora Springs, Mr. and Mrs. John Schrader of Britt and the Rev. B. A. Fieselmann and family of Rudd. The afternoon was spent in vis- ting. Social Event Held n St. Ansgar Home ST. ANSGAR--Mrs. Walter Moe ^ave a dinner Sunday in honor of he birthdays of her son, Marvin nd Mrs. W. F. Belling. Those re=ent were the Rev. and Mrs. V. F. Belling, Sam Moe, Miss ilare Moe and Miss Anna Moe. ey D.B.K. Nursing Profession Glorified in Four Girls in White," at Cecil Those rollicking,"" lun-hutitln"* reporters, Michael Whalen an? Chick Chandler, appear at thi Palace beginning Wednesday ii Inside Story," latest of their MOVIE MENU CECIL--"Four Girls hi IVhite' through Thursday. PALACE--"Son of Frankenstein' and "Beauty for the Asking' end Tuesday. '"Inside Story' and "Tom. Sawyer, Detective begin Wednesday. STRAND _ "Sing You Sinners and "Lawless Valley" end Tuesday. "Drums" and "Campus Confessions" begin Wednesday STATE--"Racket Busters" and "Affairs of Annabel" through Wednesday. LAKE--(Clear Lake)--"Off the R e c o r d " and "Touchdown Army" through Wednesday. Backstage in Iowa Politics Independent Merchants Try to See Governor and Wilson Tries to Receive Them But Connections Missed Twice WRESTLING RESULTS By United Press KEW YORK--Ben Shalom. Parcs puincd Felix Slovinkovvskl, Poland. rt. , - T ' addition to Mason City, March Moe, L. A., and M a rie B., 14, Anderson, Maude E. et al, to H. F; JT rceman and D - E - Xenyon 51,00 L2 Subd of L3 Subd N\V A T \V 18-96-21. 2-25-39. SmiUl - H - c - to My rUe G - Vi "rent SI. 00 QCD S. 3 rd= of W u L. ?,. and NM2 feet o£ W '; L 6 By FRANK NYE, JR. (Io«-a Daily Press Association) DES MOINES--Last Feb. 21 between 300 and 400 independent merchants from over the state, in- terested'in the passage of chain store legislation, descended upon the legislature in a body. Leaders announced that, later in the day, the delegation would visit Gov' George A. Wilson, whom they neglectecl to inform of their plans. The delegation arrived in the gubernatorial suite and the chieE executive, having been uniformed, was keeping another engagement outside the office. « * * WAITED This week the independent merchants re-visited the legislature and again it was announced that the group would visit the governor in a body. Again leaders failed to inform the governor. This time, however, the chief executive react of the proposed visit in newspapers .and patiently awaitcci the delegation which never shelved up. Governor Wilson did visit with in- 1 dependent merchants in group= o f ! two or three during the day, hcnv- ' ever. * o * "JITTERBUGS" Employes of the divisions of mind aid, child welfare and old age assistance ave becoming more "jittery" as they await Governor Wilson's appointment of two men and one woman to the newly created social welfare board, under which the divisions operate. The uneasiness isn't helped any by the fact that the divisions' office is located only a block from the spot where a new building is being constructed. The riveting is nerve- wracking. » * t PUBLIC In the hands of the printer is the dictionary-sized pamphlet" listing the names and salaries of all state employes as of last Oct. 1 ' It wa.-- requested by the IcaisH- ; lure and probably will co-t "the state 520,000 to print. It is highly : probable that it will contain the salary of the University of Iowa i football coach for the last two [ seasons--the first time the salary has actually been made public. * o * WHY? Representatives who voted to eliminate Class C beer permits when they passed the controversial beer bill probably can explain their action, but few others can in the h'siit of the present state liquor law. The Class C permits are issued only to groceries, drug stores and other retail stores for sale of beer to be consumed off the premise?. * t » PARADOX This is in keeping with the intent of the state liquor law which tends to discourage drinking on the premises and to encourage drmkmg off the premises. If the bill eliminating Class C permits becomes law it will, in effect, encourage drinking on the premises --a decided victory for tavern Keepers. * * * SECRETARY Oi-a Williams, who officially displaces O. E. Klingaman as state curator Mnndav. was secretary to the late Gov. Warren Garst who served the state during 1908 and 1909. * s * SILENT Governor "Wilson's ability in draw more information from his visitors than they drew from him is becoming an established fact. When those who know him well read nr hear of his having ·okayed" a legislative bill, they raise their eyebrows, unless it is based on a campaign pledge or the inauguration address. * a * "UGH" A Wisconsin newspaper mads capito) of this by telling the story and adding that the only visitors who spoke fewer words than the governor were in a delegation of lama Indians who omitted a lone "ugh."' WASTED ! The loiva house this week ! wasted nearly an hour listening; to oratory by representatives taking that body to task for "stallm"" I and "wasting lime." 1 series o£ pictures. , Jean Rogers Douglas Fowley and Jane Darwell are in lesser roles in this comedy- romance mystery. Co-feature is "Tom Sawyer, De- :ective," a drama revolving about Mark Twain's fictional character Jilly Cook has the titular role, and Jonald O'Connor is seen as Huck Finn. Porter Hall. Phillip Warren Janet Waldo. Elizabeth Hisdon Raymond Hatton and Monte Blue are also in the cast. 'Drums" at Strand . . Alexander Korda's beautiful echnicoloi- production, "Drums," s at the Strand beginning Wed- icsday and features Sabu, Raymond Massey, Desmond Tester Roger Livesey and Valerie Hobson. The film was actually made n northwest India. On the same program vou see Campus Confessions,"-which fea- ures Hank Luisetti, Stanford'-; all-American basketball star, as veil as William Henry. Betty irable and Eleanore Whitney. San Francisco Sells 3nly 3 Tickets for NL Y. Dancer's Show SAN FRANCISCO, /P)--Miriam Marmein, New York City dancer, and Kay McMann, San Francisco heatrical impresario, were any- hing but friendly Monday. Miss Marmein came from New York City to dance in the "Famous Vomen" program series at the Community playhouse. Just before heater time yesterday she learned YIIss McMann had called off the j show, saying the dancer was ill. Miss Marmein was displeased and called up the newspapers. "I never heard of such a thing." said she.. "I never felt better in my life. I want to dance," Tho impresario had her explanation. "f did it to save her professional reputation," said Miss McMann. "After two weeks of advertising, u'e had sold only three tickets Naturally. I canceled. 7 ' Miss Marmein was unappeased. Male Quartet From College Is at Fertile and Crystal Lake CRYSTAL LAKE--The male quartet from the John Fletcher college at University Park sang at the Methodist church Sunday- night before a large congregation ALSO ON PROGAM AT GOSPEL MISSION FERTILE--The Evangel male quartet from the new Fletcher college of University Park. Oskaloosa. gave a program in message and song, also instrumental music to a full house on Sunday morning at the Fertile Gospel mission. Canadian Beauty Wins Film Trial Dougherty Woman Is Honored By Friends on 79th Birthday DOUGHERTY -- Twenty-five friends and relatives pleasantly surprised Mrs. Barbara Forrett at her home Sunday afternoon in observance of her ?9th birthday anniversary which was Monday. Five hundred was played during the afternoon with high score prize going to Mrs. Barney Campbell and low prize to Mrs. Al Marshall. A gift was presented to Mrs Forrett and refreshments were served. BUYS GROCERY STORE RUDD--Nels Johnson has purchased a grocery store in Rowan and plans to move this week. The Hazael Ethington family will move to the Willett house vacated by the Johnsons. S95 IS NETTED BRADFORD--At the home talent play given here two nj"hts for the benefit of the school more than SB5 was taken in. W. C. T. U. TO MEET LIME SPRINGS--airs. R. \V. Davis will entertain the W. C T U. at her home Friday at 2:30 p. Dorothea Davis (above), 17 year old model from Winnipeff, Canada, was chosen from more than 2,50tt screen aspirants in .New York who competed In regional eliminations of Hollywood's search for new faces. Mrs. Ed Gildner's Services Held at Forest'City Church FERTILE--Funeral services for Mrs. Ed Gildner were held Monday | morning at 9:30 o'clock at the St. James Catholic church in Forest City with the Rev. Slourey in charge. Mrs. Gildner died at iier farm home west of Fertile Thursday morning. She leaves her husband and four daughters. Mrs. Lucy Kirchbum Geneva, Dorothy and Vera at home. Old Time Dance AVALON BALLROOM Manly, Iowa THURSDAY, MARCH 30 The Scandinavian Accordion Band ' Admission 25c--Plus Tax MIXED DANCE Saturday, April 1 TUES. -- WED. Two Features Plus Co-Hit "OFF THE RECORD" Continuous 2:00 to 11:08 Added Fun Every Wed. . Fri. Nile | WED. NITE ENDS - HUMPHREY BB6HRT- fiEO. BRETT · 2 BIG HITS PLAN SERIES OF YOUTH HOSTELS Association Hopes to Establish Lodges Through Eastern Iowa IOWA CITY, (IP)--A series of youth hostels, affiliates of the National Youth Hostel association, soon will be spread through eastern Iowa if present plans materialize. The association hopes- to establish hostels, patterned after hostels in Europe, at West Branch, Lake MaeBride state park, Iowa City, Dubuque, Mount Pleasant, Burlington and Amana in the near future. Plans, call for hostels at 15-mile intervals. New branches of the association recently were established at Anamosa, Monticello and Mount Vernon. Tiie hostels are buildings with sleeping quarters for boys and girls, dining rooms and kitchens, recreation rooms and private quarters for house residents. The young hostelers travel bv bicycles to the various hostels where their membership cards entitle them to admission. Last year 184 units were numbered in the organization, with 26,495 persons staying as overnight guests. Anyone is eligible for membership iri the association. The cost is $1 for those under 21 and S' for others. Formal opening of the new Vernon Lodge" at Mount Vernon is scheduled for May 13. NORTH IQIVA'S BEST TUEATEE NOW SHOWING A i w r r THRU TiiURS. BEAUTIFUL GIRLS IN TRAINING! iL^SL COMIXG SATUKDAY Lei Yourself Float Down the Old "sissippi Hirer on This Eiliouboat DOROTHY LA3IOUR And Hundreds or Others in "ST. LOUIS BLUES" "Son or Frankenstein" "Beauty for the Aiklni" WE PLAV BIG SHOWS, TOO N E W ·**fr" ~ *£,, ' " AU.-T1ME... MI- A Slnrj- a Reporter Hire J Not Write! "IN'SIDE STORY' With Michael Whaltn Jran Hogcr* l o a r Family Thcaltr F.ij Shows at Little Prices lUc - ICc - -'le SIRAIJ NED, and TirURS. one of the stirring ic- T~~~~ tion dramas of ihc year Technicolor. WRH SABU i RAYMOND 1 MASSEY WX 1 AI

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