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TEN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, APRIL 29 mm 1936 BE*GAZETTE KENSETT HITTERS WIN COUNTYTEST Thompson Pitches .Game, Gets Winning Run on Tenold's Hit m Final Game. KENSETT -- The Kensett high school baseball team Monday won the Worth county championship by defeating: Hanlontown high 5 to 4. Thompson was pti the mound for the winners--whiffed 11 and scored the winning run in the sixth when he was passed, stole second, and scored on R. Tenold's single to right field. The championship victory extended the Kensett club's winning streak to 12 straight games. JOE LOUIS' TEAM TAKES A BEATING (Continued From Pace 9) ten a book, "Joe Louis, Man and Super Fighter'! . . . it 'will appear May 13--Joe's birthday--and the Bomber will receive the first copy. * * * . Ever since Stan Bordagaray shaved off his moustache, he's been in a batting slump, so he's growing a new one pronto . . . the Louisiana state golf team leaves Friday for a. 10 day tour of the middle west . . . every man on the team will try to qualify for the national open when they reach Cleveland, May 11 ... from Gordon Sinclair of the Toronto Star you learn Torchy Peden, the six day hike rider, plans to run for parliament after three'more years of whirring around the broad track. Linemen who like to neck the pigskin still get the breaks at Minnesota . . . big Bronko Nagurski was a tackle until he became the full- backing sensation of the Big Ten a few years back Biggie Munn, another AP All-America, starred as a guard but also'scintillated as a pinch hitting fullback . . . now Bud Wilkinson, crack 1935 Gopher guard, is the No. l fullback candidate. .300 Mark First Season Will Be Enough for New Senator Batting Expert WASHINGTON, (JB_The baby of the American league, John Kenworthy (Buddy) Lewis of Washington, has set a .300 batting average as the goal of his freshman season. "I'll be plenty satisfied if l can hit that well," says 19 year old Buddy, whose.exhibition game slugging was a feature of the Florida spring session. '-"He'll hit .300 blindfolded," said Manager Stanley. (Bucky) Harris, who grabbed the young third baseman from Chattanooga and jumped him to the majors. "He has one of the greatest batting strokes, one of the most rhythmic, I've ever seen."' WRIGHT, BREVITY FEARED IN DERBY (Continued From Page 9) ill Downs' green painted barns. Oc- sacionally his eyes wandered over to a nearby paddock where another boy, not so neatly attired, was cooling 1 out a horse. Scores of men walked past, paying little or no heed to the boy, except to wish him "good 'morning." The horse attracted even less attraction as he walked round and round the small circle, almost like a robot. Suddenly a broad smile broke Jie boy's countenance as if he was ireaming. Then with a sigh of con- entrnent, he settled back into his chair with an air that said--all's right with the world. Most Feared Combination. And content he might well be for the boy was Wayne Wright; the horse, J. E. Widener's Brevity. Together they form the feared combination for the sixty-second running of the Kentucky derby Saturday. Brevity is feared because of "his great speed, Wright because he. not only ranks among the leading riders, but he's on a winning streak. Jockeys say that when a rider is hot, he's mighty tough to stop.' Already the 21 year old Rexburg, Idaho, blond veteran has won three stakes and more than $150,000 this year. He took the Santa Anita handicap with Top Row, the Santa Anita derby with Mrs. Silas B. Mason's He Did and the Florida derby with Brevity. Why Not Confident? "Why shouldn't I feel confident?" asked Wright. "He's beaten everything that's opposed him this year and in a manner that left little to be desired." That "just about tells the belief of horsemen and laymen alike, as they thronged into the city Wednesday. Except for a scattered few, they went no farther than 1 Brevity when asked to name their selection for the Derby. ' The barber extolled the merits of the big bay as we lay in his chair. The colored bootblack on the corner informed us that the Widener flash had won five of his starts and would run away from those other "nags." A waitress paused long enough from feeding the hun- FRITZ WILL TRY FOR QUICK KAYO Leonard Scholl to Battle in Feature Event of Card Set on Thursday, A great slugging battle is the prospect for the feature bout of :he American Legion's Thursday night boxing show at the armory, when Elmer Fritz, undefeated in lis brief ring career, will attempt ; o continue his knockout string at the expense of Leonard Scholl, Rockwell heavyweight battler. The fighting Fritz has won alt of his bouts this season by the knockout route and if past records are any indication the fight Thursday night will not go four rounds. Joe Gilles of Stacyville continues his work in a Mason City ring as he faces Young Gildner of Mason City in a middleweight fracas. Gilles hammered out a technical kayo in his first appearance on the local card. Young 'Gildner has not appeared here and nothing ia known of his record. Leon DeRock, who has been turning in decision victories consistently, meets John T. Rehma of Manly in a lightweight fistic engagement. George Katz of Ma^on City and Tom Anderson of Clear Lake, both of whom were beaten on the last card, will face each other Thursday night in another attempt for a victory. Francis Householder of Mason City enters a local ring for the first time when he puts on the gloves to fight Clem Falk, Stacyville lightweight. Glen Hernan, another lightweight from Stacyville, is matched against Bob Kipper, Negro scrapper of Mason City, in another four round duel. Tex Bork of Grafton and Rex Moore of Manly are matched in another scrap. Promoter Walt Irving announced Wednesday that he is seeking to add another match .for the show Thursday night. Three Schools Compete in Northwest Track Event at Emmetsburg's Cinder Path EMMETSBURG -- High school athletes from three northwest Iowa towns will compete in a triangular track meet here Wednesday with thin clads from Emmetsburg, Algona and Spencer entered in the various events. Local students participating are Steuhmer and Cress, 100-yard dash: Warner and McElroy, high hurdles; Oxley, 440-yard clash; Warner and McElroy, low hurdles; Joynt and Varcee, half mile; Steuhmer and Cress, 220-yard dash; Mueller, pole vault; Norvell and Beatty, discus and shot put; Steuhmer, broad jump; Beatty, javelin. Algona and Spencer are expected to produce some strong competition in the three-way meet. Athletic Director William Ketchen of Emmetsburg did not have a list of entries before the meet but both schools have made impressive showings in earlier contests this year. The meet will be held at the West side athletic field. RODMAN HIGH SET FOR COUNTY TEST Host School to Open Tourney for Palo Alto Title in Thursday Contest. SHIKAT GETS MAT TITLE ONCE MORE Commission Hands Tiara Back to German, Garden Books Match for Crown. NEW YORK, Iff)--,By a complicated process of reasoning, the' New York state athletic commission has decided Dick Shikat, the "trust buster" of wrestling, still-is heavyweight champion here even though All Baba, the mustachioed Turk, tossed him out of a Detroit ring last week. As a result of this decision, made Tuesday, a general movement to do something about the uncertainty of the situation was under way 'Wednesday. Madison Square Garden promptly booked a match between the two title claimants for next Tuesday in place of the Ali Baba-Chief Sanooke match which the commission refused to sanction, while Ali and his manager, Adam Weismuller, set out from Detroit to press their claims here. Charles City News PALO ALTO MEET At Rodman. Thursday Game. 3:30 -- Rodman vs. Ayrshire. Friday Gatnen. 30:00 -- Ruthven VB. Emmetsbars. gry mob to give us tip. It was Brevity. a confidential C. R. PLAYS IOWA. CEDAR RAPIDS, G5PJ-The Cedar Rapids Western league baseball team will play the University of Iowa, beaten only once this spring, in.an exhibition game here Thursday. The teams will play at Iowa City next Monday. In the Ring Major Stars By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.. ST. LOUIS--Everette "Young" Rightmire, 128 H, Sioux City, Iowa, outpointed Jimmy Buckler, 126Vz, Louisville, Ky., (10). SEATTLE--Freddie Steele, 157, Tacoma, Wash., outpointed Tony Fisher, 160, Newark, N. J., (10). By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Charley Ruffing, Yankees--Shut out Indians with four hits. Heinie Manush, Red Sox--Hit a triple and three singles against White Sox. ' Hank Greenberg, Tigers--Got a homer, double and single as Tigers downed Senators. Leon Norris, Phillies--Made five hits, one a homer, against Pirates. Gene Moore, Bees--Connected for three singles against Reds. Harry ' Kelley, Athletics -- Held Browns to six hits and two runs. BLUES GOME OUT FROM HUGE LEAD Five Runs Not Enough Margin for Red Birds to Win as Kaysee Team Cops. CHICAGO, (IP) -- Regardless of where Kansas City finishes in the American association race, the Blues this season are going down as one of the most courageous clubs every to represent Kansas City in the circuit. They kept up their habit of coming from behind Tuesday, scoring four runs in the third and five more in the sixth to beat Columbus 11 to 1 after the Red Birds had compiled a five run lead. St. Paul made a clean sweep of the Saints' four-game series with Louisville, taking the final tilt 9 to 1 behind the eight hit pitching of Glenn Spencer. Indianapolis trimmed the champion Minneapolis Millers 5 to 4. . urlew vs. Mallard. 2:00-- Gracttlnser TO. West Bend. 3:30-- Cylinder ,vÂ«. Rodman or Ayrshire. Saturday Gnmrfi. 9:30 -- Upper bracket semifinal. ll:fÂ»o -- Lower hraekct semifinal. 2:00 -- Consolation. 3:30 -- Championship. RODMAN-- Rodman high school will be host for the Palo Alto county baseball tournament, scheduled to start Thursday afternoon when the local team meets Ayrshire in a preliminary game. Ruthven and Emmetsburg will open Friday morning's games, and four contests will be played on Friday. Semifinals begin at 9:30 Saturday morning, with the championship game listed for 3:30 o'clock. Milwaukee rained out. and Toledo were Algona Academy Loses 10-2 in First Game of Schedule ALGONA--St. Cecelia's academy baseball team lost at Wesley hig-h school Tuesday afternoon, 10 to 2, in the first game, of the season. Members of the team were Mollenhoff, first base, Nelson, second, Watts, short, Thissen, third completing the infield with Barry as pitcher and Butler, catcher. Courtney, Gilbride and Henely, outfielders. The first home game will be played next Friday on the Godfredson baseball diamond with the Bancroft academy. THE SCHEDULE. May 4--Corpus Christl, Fort Dodge, there. May 8--Wesley, here. May 15--Bancroft, here: May 17--Presentation, IVhitirmore, there. May 27--Corpus Christl, here. BREADS WIN TRIO IN LOCAL LEAGUE Women's Circuit Rolls Games Postponed From Regular Season's Schedule. Diamond Butter Bread won three postponed games from D. K. Lundberg and company, while Mickey Mouse took a pair from the Style Sboppe and Florimel Beauty Shop won three by default in the Women's bowling league Wednesday night. The Diamond Butter Breads had 2,267 pins for the best score while Woisnak and Seel were the high individuals with a 467 series and a 170 single Ejame. D. K. lUNDBEBO JC CO . Players-- l3t ,,,,, HoFsnak ............... 163 145 Donsherty ............. gg u g Bambe Schemmer Stephan . . 140 116 Actual Plus ......... 641 Handicap ............ 57 156 130 420 113 142 305 149 120 394 681 57 661 1983 57 171 TOTAL PINS 688 738 7182184 DIAMOND BUTTER BREAD Players-- lsl 3r , d 3nl To M - Hal" 166 131 He 443 Cimkman 157 134 154 Berneman 126 137 122 463 385 . 1 3 9 119 98 353 E. GIluiTllle ]J9 158 149 426 ERROR WINS FOR TROJAN BATTERS (Continued From Pme 9) son City's even dozen hits included 5 that were good for additional sacks. Mickey MacDonald had the best day for the Trojans so far as long distance clouting went, putting one far out of the park in the right field and another deep into left center for a pair of homeruns. Dietz Weathers Storm. Tucky Saugeling, veteran Arab shortstop, hammered one even farther into left field, however, to score for Elkader in the third inning. Quin "Doc" Dietz started on the mound for Mason City and weathered a third inning storm that included 4 hits and scored the same number of runs for Elkader. The left-hander gave up hits in every inning and was scored on in the.first and second, but stuck to the job until the sixth, when Orv Witte was called out to do the rest of the work. Witte ran into trouble in t h e seventh, eighth and tenth, 3 runs counting in the earliest inning. A tying run, that set the score at 10 to 10, came in the eighth when Lloyd Muller, Arab catcher, and Don Meder, who retired from the mound and finished in centerfield, cracked a pair of doubles. A walk for Costigan opened the Arab half of the tenth, and Muller singled sharply to push him to third. Saug- eling doubled to deep left-field, and both runners came home, but a double play, from Witte to Henry "Hun" Hert to Sawyer, ended the inning. Selective Pattern of Life for Best Results Is Urged by Hubbard CHARLES CITY--The Women's club climaxed the year's work Tuesday night with an address by the Rev; John Hubbard, rector of the Episcopal church, Park Ridge, 111., before a large audience in the Congregational church. Dinner was served to 125 members in the church dining room after which the group assembled in the main auditorium where other members and guests gathered until the church was filled to hear the Rev. Mr. Hubbard speak on "Building Inner Controls." Turning from his introduction that living today is a challenge for all those whose minds have not stagnated, the speaker went on to mention some of the big disturbing problems facing the present time, such as crime, war, breaking up of homes, indifference of the public, highway fatalities, problems of youth, etc. He presented an ilium ination of some of the dark place^ in human experiences and said tha solving these problems had to begin by building inner controls of sacri fice and service which began in the home and led out into the community, state and nation. In his interpretation of life Mr. Hubbard said each person should turn a mirror on his inner self and ask "What kinc of a concept do other persons have of me as I pass by?" He stated that life was so complex and full of activities that one must be selective and give time to those one could do well and were worth while. Life is interesting and full of rich flavor if a proper pattern was followed concluded Mr. Hubbard, who was modern in his view-point and tolerant in his belief. He was accompanied by Mrs. Hubbard and presented to the audi. ence by Mrs. O. H. Banton, president of the Women's club, following two organ solos by Earl Stewart, church organist Federated club members from Rockford, Rudd and ColweU were invited and 30 members from the Rockford club attended. home of Mr. and Mrs. Louts Gilmer, As-U-Wcr club with Mrs. Elmer Waller and Miss June Albaugh entertained her bridge club. At Mason City THEATERS Bj K. J. P. CAKY GRANT AT A GLANCE Relying on the belief that many of this column's readers know little more about Cary Grant than your correspondent knew before running across a biography of him the other day, I will summarize a few facts about him below: Grant, whose most recent picture is "Big Brown Eyes," playing through Thursday at the Cecil, is a native of Bristol, England. His real name is Archie Leach -His father, a clothing manu- Actiml Pins 717 Handicap Q$ 679 G7R 2073 TOTAL MKS 783 744 711 2207 COACH RESIGNS TTPTON, CSV-John L. Briley, former Drake university athlete and coach at Pocahontas high school the last four years, will succeed Fred O. Ekstrand as coach at Titpon high school next fall. Ekstrand resigned after coaching here eight years. He will operate a farm near New London. The Leaders .50 A Month QTUDEBAKER'S Automatic Overdrive , O gives you free gas one mile in three. Low ' operating cost is only one of the many reasons for Studebaker's sensational and swiftly growing sales pace! 24.27 miles per gallon official ,,,,,, , mr down tttmat A. A. A. tecordl Distinctive Helen Dryden bu } -Â» you a new HUB styling! World's largest one-piece steel top studcbakw Sedan aeiiv- --strongest all-steel body! Automatic Hill ml fl " l| i'f' c 1 ""d" new Holder. Finest feather-touch hydraulic brakes. tow C.I.T. nan. Budsct North Iowa Motor Company Phone 896 StudehakPi 520 North Federal Ave. Dealers and Distributors By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS NATIONAL Batting--Terry, Giants, .500. Runs--Herman, Cubs, 16. Runs batted in--Leiber, Giants, 15. Hits--Herman, Cubs, and Haslin, Phillies, 22. Doubles--Herman, Cubs, 9. Triples--Moore, Giants, Hassett and Bucher, Dodgers, M c Q u i n n, Reds, 3. Homeruns--Ott, Giants and Klein, Cubs, 4. Stolen bases--Hack, Cubs, and J. Martin, Cardinals, 3. Pitching--Benge, Bees, and Hollingsworth, Reds, 3-0. AMERICAN. Batting--Gehringer, Tigers, .431. Runs--Gehringer, Tigers, 16. Runs batted in--Dickey, Yankees. 17. Hits--Gehringer, Tigers, and Bell, Browns, 22. Doubles--Greenberg, Tigers, 7. Triples--Clift, Browns, and Gehringer, Tigers, 3. Homeruns -- Trosky, Indians, and Foxx. Red Sox, 5. Stolen bases--Werber, Red Sox, 4. Pitching--Grove, Red Sox, 3-0. I MICKEY -MOUSE rtayen-- i, t 2nd 3rd To. Vnnda is! it f , 117 414 i," 0 TM Â·",', 108 1M l27 333 H. Glanvllle ui 102 152 372 Â§ Ml 129 370 117 416 165 121 114 115 350 Actual Pin* cm Handicap lol 63B 628 1891 101 101 303 TOTAL PINS ......... 728 737 72!) 2194 STVLE SHOPPE Flayers-- lst 2 nJ 3rd To. 15!) 109 108 152 420 92 119 320 102 121 378 Doe 100 100 ion Jandrcsitz ]06 103 128 Sawyer's Blow Wins. Deno Karamitros was elected to pinch-hit for Witte in the home half of the tenth, and walked to start the inning. Two short singles by Gale Lane and MacDonald filled the bases, but the Trojan rally nearly died as Gale Snell and Loren "Tuffy" Sheckler looked at third strikes. With two away, Sawyer lofted one high and far into right field; and Witt let the ball fall back over his shoulder as he attempted an apparently easy catch. All the runners were in motion with the hit, and there was no time to make a play at the plate after Witt had recovered the ball. The Trojans will test the mettle of a tougher opponent when they go out of their class a bit on Thursday afternoon, opposing Waldorf's Warriors at the Forest City team's own park. The same lineup that started Tuesday will be in action, with defensive drill in prospect at Wednesday's practice. Charles City Unit Is Best in District Meet CHARLES CITY--Mrs. lone Pfab, president of the American Legion auxiliary, was notified Tuesday by Mrs. Myrtle Sieverling, Northwood, district committeewoman, that the Charles City unit which appeared in the fourth district amateur contest this winter was declared the winner.' In the contest, the local unit was represented by Edward Melcher and Sheldon Cerwinski who sang a duet with Melva Henning, vocal teacher, playing the accompaniments. They have been invited to sing at the fourth district convention in New Hampton next Wednesday. facturer, wanted him to be a business man, but the blood of his grandfather, Percival Leach, a well mown stage actor, persisted, and he ran away from home at the age of 12 to join a traveling company of stilt walkers, clowns and acrobats Yanked back to his studies, he ran away again at 15 and remained in show business. He first came to the United States to appear at the New York Hippodrome. Returning to England, he studied singing and dramatics for two years, and' when he visited America again, stage stardom was just around the corner Since making his screen debut as Cary Grant in "This Is the Night' 1 he has become internationally famous, appearing in a score of pictures He plays romantic and villainous roles with equal facility He has no English accent and thousands of fans hail him as the "typical American" He plays a go- getting New York detective in "Big Brown Eyes" He's six .feet, one inch in height and weighs 175 pounds. Â«' * * Opposite Grant in "Big Brown Eyes" is Joan Bennett, who is cast as a Broadway manicurist. This MAN FOUND DEAD AT HANLONTOWN Strandquiest, Blacksmith, Is Survived by Wife, 7 Children. HANLONTOWN -- John Strandquist, 59, was found, dead Tuesday noon in -an upstairs room at his home here. A physician worked over him for an hour but could not reviva him. Mr. Strandquist had been a blacksmith here many years and also in Milwaukee, Wis. Since last fall he had worked at his trade in a shop at Fertile. He leaves his wife, four song and three daughters, Raymond, John and Madeline at home: Mrs. M. Oredson, Fertile; Esther, Elmhurst. 111.; Elmer, in Nebraska and the eldest son, Chester, a resident of Milwaukee. Body Taken to Illinois. CHARLES CITY--The body of Miss Marie Hoffman, 30, was taken today to Benson, ill., where funeral services will be held in the Catholic church Thursday morning. ' Miss Hoffman died in the Cedar Valley hospital following an illness of five months. She and her mother, Mrs. Jane Hoffman, came here a couple of years ago from Clermont and have been making their home with her cousin, Mrs. B. F. Welsh, 304 B street. Charles Ciry Briefs Actual Plnj ... ....... fijo Handicap ............ los M li 620 17S5 1 0 5 105 315 TOTAL 734 611 735 2070 Playci FLOB1.UEI, SEACTY SHOP Bushteng Brown Actual Pins Handicap - 1st 2nd .. 100 97 .. 125 131 .. 1IR 401 .. Ill) 94 .. 109 39 .. M2 512 .. 157 157 129 316 101 357 US 3.14 103 307 105 .103 157 471 TOTAL PIXS 719 609 710 30' GOLF COUNTRY CLUB Forfeit. Cincinnati Reds Get Series Ticket Order CINCINNATI, (i -- Cincinnati baseball club officials announced Wednesday receipt oÂ£ an order for a block of nine seats "right back of the cathcer" at Crosley field for the world series games, next fall. The Reds are in second place with some 140 games to play before that time. Officials said the fan asked that his name be withheld, but added that he "was ready with cash on the line." LUTHER WINS. DUBUQUE. CT) -- Luther Olson held Columbia to four hits -as Luther college defeated Columbia 8 to 0 in a baseball game here Tuesday. 23 High Schools Entered in Annual Track Contest ESTHERVTLLE, Iff) _ Twentythree high schools, including Fort Dodge, defending champion, are entered in the Estherville track and field meet here Saturday. More North Iowa and southern Minnesota teams are expected to enter with the field likely to represent fche largest number of schools ever entered in a northwest Iowa track meet. Schools already entered are: Fort Dodge, Eagle ' Grove, Sherburn, Minn., Sheldon, Carroll, Central, Sioux City, East Sioux City, Ceylon, Minn.. Swea City, Sutherland, Webster City, Thompson. Everly, Clear Lake, Fairmont. Minn., Lakesfield, Minn.. Alta. Spencer. Milford, Paulina. Meriden Sac City and Estherville. Iowa State to Open Track Tests With Missouri Meet AMES, (5V-Coach Bob Simpson's Iowa State college track squad opens its outdoor dual meet season here Friday against the University of Missouri. The Cyclones will be without the services of Lawrence Costigan. weight man and jumper declared ineligible for the third quarter competition at Iowa state. Iowa State lost a 54 to 50 decision to the Tigers at Columbia this winter. AUGS WIN 66-65. ROCK ISLAND, I, 1 ?)--Augustana college won a tight track meet from its old rival, St. Ambrose, here Tuesday, defeating the Saints 66 to 65 CHARLES CITY--Mrs. A. F. Benson of Rockford is a patient in the Cedar Valley hospital. William Finnegan has accepted a position with the Anderson furniture store. Arlene Ackers had a major operation in the Cedar Valley hospital Tuesday. The annual May breakfast of the Wa-Tan-Ye club was held Tuesday at the Kellogg tea room. Guests included Helen Payne, Fay Garthwaite and Alma Merklin. Short papers were read by Dr. Fields, Clarksville,' Dr. McWhiter, Allison and Dr. H. A. Moldenhauer, Charles City, at the meeting of the Charles City Dental club held in Dr. J. F. Tilden's -office. Dr. John Foster of Hampton was a guest. The jury was called for Monday and then postponed until Wednesday on account of the indisposition, of Judge J. J. Clark. Mason City, who is continuing his third week of court. Mrs. August Weisner, New York, is a guest of her sister, Mrs. William Frederick. Jesse Brownell of Superior, Wig., is looking after business interests | in the city. Social events this week include meeting of the Bridge club Thursday evening with Mrs. Stella McFarland, meeting of E. R. club with Mrs. Paul Â· Schuster, and Mrs. ; Hoger's group of the Congregational Church club at Mrs. W. B. Johnson's Thursday afternoon. Bridge clubs which met Monday evening included the M. A. A. N. club at position enables her to keep constantly "in the know" on matters current on Broadway, so she cap- talizes on this to become a columnist and aids Detective Grant n the solution of a jewel robbery and a subsequent murder. This is accomplished only after numerous complications, however. # * * For the first time since Grand lotel," John Barrymofe and Greta Garbo will have a screen reunion n "Camille," her next picture. M.~.-M. studios announced Barrymore has been assigned one of the leads. Miss Garbo's ship, the M. S. Grips- holm, is due in New York May 2. REAL MISSOURI -HOtiN' DAWGS" IN FILM Richard Thorpe, director of "The Voice of Bugle Ann" which plays through Thursday at the Palace with "Man Hunt," made an extended trip through north central Missouri in order to obtain a pack of real Missouri "houn' dawgs" to be featured in the current movie. The dog that has the role of Bugle Ann is a descendant of the real Bugle Ann about which MacKinlay Kanter wrote his novel. This novel is based upon fact. Mrs. Waddell Funeral Held at Eagle Grove EAGLE ' GROVE--Mrs. Rhoda Flower Waddell, 60,. wife of Thomag J. Waddell of Eagle Grove, died at :he Lutheran hospital in Fort Dodge Monday, after a lingering illness. f"uneral services were held at the Xubitschek and Kastler funeral home, under Christian Science auspices, Wednesday, in charge of Mrs. Jessie Little of Omaha. Burial will ; made in the mausoleum at Cotnp- ;on, Cai. She is survived by the msband, one daughter, Mrs. George H. Tangeman of Omaha; three broth ers, Paul and Walter Flower of Eagle Grove, and Will J. of Thornon, and by two sisters, Mrs. Harry tfead of Eagle Grove and Mrs. Tok. heim of Thor. Band Stand Torn Down. ALGONA--The old cement bandstand on the courthouse square lawns was torn down Tuesday. The Fillmore nursery company started planting evergreen trees and shrubs on the courthouse lawns. Similar shrubbery will be planted on the new high school grounds. "Paddy "Between O'Day," featured with Men" at the Strand through Thursday, stars the very capable little Jane Withers with attractive Rita Cansino and Pinky Tomlin. Little Jane, cast in the title role as an Irish lassie who is orphaned on her immigration to this country, steals the show with her acting, singing and dancing. To Control and Stop Spread of Sheep Scab DES MOINES, (J)--The animal industry division of the state department of agriculture is taking "immediate steps," Chief H. A. Seidell reported, to -control and prevent spread of sheep scab, which he said has become alarming in some sections of the state. MLACE Now Nominated for One of the Year's Ten Best! "The VOICE of BUGLE ANN" with Lionel Barrymore Maureen O'Sullivan Eric, Linden --and-- EICARDO CORTEZ MARGUERITE CHURCHILL "CHIC" SALE TCM. GARGAN "MAN HUNT" Coming; Saturday: Warner Baxter "ROBINHOOD OF ELDORADO" --and-- : ' A cast of marvelous youngsters --in-"TOO MANY PARENTS" Friday, May 1 WMT GERMAN BAND 26c Per Person, Tax IncL SAT.--JIMMY BARNETT SUN.--CARL NEBBE Thursday. May 7 ANSON WEEKS Buy advance tickets, 75c. Now on sale nt Hiixtablr Drug, Mason City; Marshall Drug, Hampton: Kelly's Barber Shop. Garner; Marshall Barber Shop, Northwood, and the Surf. The Big Shows .Play Here.' NOW SHOWING Is Seriously BUFFALO CENTER-- Peter Bra- vik, pioneer, is seriously ill from daughter, Mrs. Murray. THEATER GALA OPENING Jane Withers --in-'PADDY O'DAY' with Pinky Tomlin Rita Cansino Jane Danvell A Paramount Picture with WALTER PIDGEON LLOYD NOLAN A L A N B A X T E R Plus "Broadway Ballyhoo" Iowa News Flashes STARTS SATURDAY Here's another "It Happened One Night"-- A big laugh smash! GARY COOPER JEAN ARTHER in 'Mr.Deeds Goes to Towiri LADIES' SILVER GIFT DAY Every Wed. and Thurs.