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4^!^;, JfH ' ^ P ^~fi TEN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH 19 Â· 1937 I! 1: GLOBE-GAZETTE V S SECTION Tutor Yearlings to' Include North Iowa Former Prep Stars CEDAR FALLS -- Thirty-eight men have reported to Dave McCuskey, freshman baseball coach at the Iowa State Teachers college. The 'men have been working indoors, but will move outside when warm weather sets in. No 'schedule has been announced for the yearlings as yet, but it is probable that they will play about three games. The squad lists the following N o r t h :Iowans: Paul Cheney, Greene; Bernard Erdman, Wesley; Lyle Fraser, Burl; Herbert Hamilton, Greene; Lyle Kenyon, ,Mal-. lard; Maynard Lennon, Humboldt; Jakie Lindaman, Wellsburg; Homer Lund, Leland; Galer Miller, Hampton; Dale Orion, Williams; joe Marty Leads Way for Cub Garden Post AVALON, Cal., oe Marty hasn't exhibited any samples of the hitting that gained him a .349 average at San Francisco last season, but he still is the Chicago Cubs' number one : center field Jake Â· Paterna, Wellsburg a n d Claude White, Rolfe. Minneapolis Boy to. Hold Nat Farm Post ORLANDO, (ff)-- Jim .. Wasdell a 520,000 first baseman headed foi Chattanooga Friday- with the ' blessings' of : -Washington's Mana' candidate. Marty's fielding has impressed Manager Charlie Grimm. Yankee : Farm Hand Is Tops Among Hopefuls TAMPA, Fla., (/P)--Jimmy Tob. i, an alumnus of the Yankees' Oakland farm, who doubles in brass as Abba Dabba, the mystic, may be the rookie pitcher selected y Manager Joe McCarthy from a group of seven hopefuls. Tobin, aside from his clowning, is an all around workman on the mound. ger Bucky Harris.' Harris indicated the hard hit- Iowa State Students .Will Edit ; Weekly Newspapers in Week AMES--Next week's issues of three Iowa weekly newspapers, the Eagle Grove Eagle, the Iowa Falls Citizen and the Rockwell City v Advocate will be edited by sophomore students in the Iowa State College Technical Journalism department. . Work on these papers is an annual spring vacation project for journalism sophomores who left here for those towns today. Heading the staffs which will handle these issues are Eugene Hamilton, Allerton; Garner Mc- r aught, Glidden, and Clarence Vilson, Rowley, Hamilton will edit le Eagle Grove Eagle, McNaught 10 Iowa Falls Citizen and Wilson he Hockwell City Advocate. Approximately 40 students and acuity members will make the i-ip. MOVIE PARADE By D. B. K. ting Minneapolis boy would stay on the Nats' farm this season. Jo Kuhel will keep his first base post Tommy Bridges Lost to Mick Over Month LAKELAND, Fla., tfP)-- Manager Cochrane awaited Friday a report from a Miami 'specialist regarding a complication suffered by -Tommy Bridges, ace Detroit Tiger hurler, which was diagnosed by a physician here as -hernia. The slender right hander may be out of action for a month or six weeks. . Â· Â· Brooklyn Boy to Get' Job With Flatbushers CLEARWATER, Fla., (ff)--Walter Signer, a rookie, who is a student of pitching, may be the firs Brooklynite to win a job on th Dodgers in years. Signer, ambi tious son oÂ£ a Brooklyn lire chie: is up from Allentown of the Ne\ York-Pennsylvania league and ha earned praise from Manager Bur leigh, Grimes. Return From West". COULTER--Mr. and Mrs..Pete Madson and their' daughter. Mis Virginia Madson, returned from six weeks trip through the west ern states, including California, Oregon and Colorado where they visited relatives. Selmond.P: T. A. Hears Address by Mulchings BELMOND--The Parent-Teach^ ers association met Thursday evening at the high school auditorium. t was decided to hold the final meeting of the year in April. Mrs. Clair Christie and Mrs. Carl Wenzel were appointed as the nominating committee. The men were n charge of the program. Mr. Gul- .ette acted as chairman. The Rev. J. S. Hutehings, Methodist pastor, gave the address, "Forget It." Teachers of County Meet. OSAGE--A county-wide meeting of all grade teachers and superintendents was held Wednesday afternoon at the high school building here. Miss Grace Fleming of Clear Lake gave a demonstration on the use of work-type study abilities in connection with longer unit assignments in history. A dinner was served at "the Cleveland hotel after which H. K. Bennett gave supervisory sugges-. tions to the superintendent's section. Mason Cityan Ready ; as U. S. Meet Begins TERRE HAUTE, Ind., .ffl--The elite of the nation's collegiate mat- men squared off here Friday in the national collegiate wrestling championships at Indiana State Teachers college. The entries, which closed with weighing in at noon, reached a td- tal of 24 teams with 87 individuals. George Haynes of Mason Crty, ^Big Six conference 1 champiorvat 118 pounds, wrestling , lor Iowa State college, is competing in the nation ar meet. \ USE ONE ROOK PASADENA, Cal., (/P)--Steve Mesner, young Â· third .baseman from Los Angeles will be the only recruit in the Chicago White Sox lineup except for batterymen, Saturday in the opening training game against Los Angeles. Garden Planning Discussed. .. STACYVILLE---Twelve ' Farm Bureau women met at the home of Mrs. Pete Theobold in file Wardell district Tuesday in an all day session. Garden planning was discussed. The next meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Charles Hanson April 20. Returns to Kansas City. KANAWHA--Miss . Pearl Eddy who has conducted a series of services at the Methodist church for the young people for the past two weeks, returned Monday, to the Methodist headquarters at Kansas City, Mo. ;Birthaay,:Is:.Celobratea. HANSELL--^A group of friends surprised Miss Arthena Woodley on her seventeenth birthday. Card games were enjoyed. "Visitor From Waterloo. LIME SPRINGS --Miss Pe'arl Roberts of Waterloo will spend the spring vacation with her mother, Mrs. James Roberts. Club Name Selected. HUTCHINS--Mrs. Leo Sankey entertained 14 women of this vicinity Tuesday aÂ£ a follow-up lesson on the third phase o; this year's course in nutrition, "Modern Trends in Breadmaking." Mrs. Sankey presented subject matter pertaining to the lesson and Mrs. Will Weiland,' Orthel township music chairman, reported on plans for recruiting singers from each township for a county . chorus. Voting on a name for the group resulted in the designation, "The Sunny Circle club." "SWING HIGH, SWING LOW" COMES TO CECIL SATURDAY Night club life in torrid Panama and glamorous New York is the background for "Swins High, Swing Low," romantic film star- .ring Carole Lom- Â«|bard and' Fred ~ MaoMurray, opening at the Ce- icll Saturday for t!a three day engagement. Songs included |in "Swine High, ,'inff Low" are | "Then It Isn't Love,'' "Sprine Is ! t n . t h e . A i r," "Panamania," "I' [.Hear a. Call to l A r m s" a n d ,,. - " S w i n e High, Â«AR01,E LOMBARD. Swil , E Low," the latter the title song. Included in the supporting cast are Charles Buttenvorth, Dorothy Lamour (Mrs, Herble Kay), Jean Dixmi, Harvey Stephens and Franklyn Pangborn. * * Â» Counter-attacking the "baloney dollar" battle of the century, brassy-blond Gracie Fields, top English ^comedienne, allows super-shapely Mne West is not the "world's highest .paid actress," but just a white rabbit. '. . . "Miss West's claim seems based on a purely theoretical income," she said. "Isn't that what you Americans call a financial white rabbit?"'. . . Battle of the baloney dollars began when West burned over newspaper reports that "Miss Fields' income is more than one million dollars a year, twice that of Mae West, America's highest paid." . . . The faithful West press agents stormed into the breach with figures to show Mae's average salary is $43,777 a week, and that if she worked every week in the year she'd make\$2,276,404... . .-Miss Fields turned cold as dear old England, "how that April's there," when informed that Mae sees fit to work only a few weeks a year for her pile. . . . "Then I suppose they pay her for nothing," the No. 1 English box office attraction concluded. "I had to work for mine." . . . Miss Fields said she has made only .three pictures in the past i\vo years, but makes a nice score in MOVIE MENU CECIL--"Wings of the Morn- Ing" Friday. "Swing High, Swine Low" starts Saturday. PALACE -- "Wings of the Morning 1 ! Friday. "Penrod and Sam" ana "Nancy Steele Is Missing" start Saturday. STRAND--"Broadway Gondolier" and "Unknown Ranger" through Saturday. ' STATE--"Love Letters of a Star" and "Mysterious Aven- eer" through Saturday. L A K E -- (Clear Lake)-- "Hcadin" for Ihe Rio Grande" and "Bohemian Girl" through Saturday. Saturday at the Palace, together with "Fenrod and Sam." This prison melodrama .'was written by Charles Francis "Sock- cr" Coe, and the screen play was written by Gene Fowler and Hal Long:, ranked among Hollywood's topnotchers in this line. Also in the cast of this cinemattraction are Robert Kent, Shirley Deane, Jane Darwell and John Carradine. "Penrod and Sam," a Booth Tarkington tale, features Billy Mauch, Frank Craven, Spring Byington and Craie Reynolds in story of "Junior G-aien." Ends at 9 P. M. .. GARNER--One of the best sales of livestock held in the Garner sales pavilion was Thursday, attended by one of the largest crowds of the season. The high price for feeding cattle was ?B a hundred. Both cattle and hogs sole well. The sale was not finished at 1 9 o'clock at night. j 4 Minimum Weekly Pay Is Announced by Stores at Sioux City SIOUX CITY,' (fP) -- Most of ioux City's important department stores, dry goods stores, lothing stores, fife and ten cent tores and numerous other retail stablishments, T h u r s d a y an- icunced a $14 per week minimum vage agreement, effective Monday. The agreement also covers ipening and closing hours, which ire to be 9:30 a. m. and 5:30 p. m. Heretofore five and ten cent tores have been keeping open Saturday evenings. The minimum wage agreement is expected to raise the wages of 500 persons. the "variety theaters" and on the radio. . . . "I don't think my pictures are very good," she said, "and I'm always surprised when they ask me to do another. They daren't show them in America, because Americans don't seem to understand my Lancashire dialect." . . . The Lancashire lingo is something like broad lowland Scots, only thicker. Â« t 0 Victor McLaglcn, Peter Lorre, Walter Connolly and June Lansr are featured in the drama, "Nancy Steele Is Missing:," which opens PITCH OR HIT? SAN ANTONIO, Tex., (Â«")--It's a battle- between the Browns' pitchers and sluggers for training camp honors now. The heavy artillery is out for circuit clouts, and the hurlers are bending the fast ones to bolster the defense. Will Have Another Operation. T IT O N 1C A-fGeorge Graham submitted to an operation for a tumor, on his back at the Veterans' hospital in Des Moines this week. According to word received from him, he is getting along nicely. He will have to have another operation in a short time. Home From Coe. LIME SPRINGS--Miss Dorothy Thomas and Charles Moore, students at Coe college, Cedar Rapids, arrived Friday evening to spend the spring recess at their respective homes. Â·\VMT Cedar Valley HILL BILLIES OLD TIME DANCE Men 40c 'Friday 19 SATURDAY, MARCH -TERRY 20 LEO- COUPLES ONLY 40c PERSON TAX INCL. Tables for AH at No Extra Charge Anna Mae Winburn And Her 12 Cotton Club Boy! miEtt53SMEZÂ£. FKI., SAT. (Mat. Sat. 2:30} 3 UNITS IGc LAUREL, HARDY in "THE BOHEMIAN GIRL" . "Headin' for the Rio Grande" "FLASH GORDON" SUNDAY - MONDAY GfRY COOP fit i Jt*H ARTHUR* [Â·cilB.DiMlllrtl PLAINSMAN" A1JU FRIDAY--IT'S SCREENO ? S S S 5 S 5 and 3 BIG UNITS IOVE LETTERS L: 'Â· - * STAR HENRY HUNTER POLLY ROWIES C. Henry GORDON PETfR B. KW 5 CHARLES STARRE "Custer's Last Stand" MOOSEoid Time DANCE SATURDAY, MARCH 20 HUCK SHAFFER'S Old-Time Band THE BAND THAT IS PLAYING OVER KGLO . EVERY MONDAY NIGHT Dancing 8:30 Till 12 -- Lunches -- Same Old Price, 25c Person Moose Hall, Corner South Federal and Second' Street S. W. Meets at Lee Home. . BRITT--The Ladi,es' Aid of the Evangelical Free .' church m e t Thursday, afternoon at the home of- Miss Sara Lee. Mrs. Swan Rapp and Miss Tilda Ostercamp were hostesses. I.O.O.F. DANCE MASON CITY Saturday, March 20 MAC'S ROYAL ENTERTAINERS 25c Per Person DANCE Avalon Ballroom Manly, Iowa Tuesday,. March 23rd. Music by BOBBY GRIGGS And His Orchestra Ladies 35o Gents 40o OLD TIME DANCE Thursday, March 25th Â· Music by KELLY BROTHERS Admission 25c C O HI I N G--Easter Monday, March 29th, Skarninff and His Orchestra, Greatest Old Time Dance of the Year. EQUIPPED WITH MIRROPHONIC SOUND STARTS Saturday NANCY STEELE 1SMISSING! The News Flash That Shocked (he World and Held Five Lives in a Spelt of Vengeance! Victor McLaglen (Star of the "Informer") WALTER CONNOLLY PETER LORRE 'NANCYSTEELE IS MISSING' with June Lang Robert Kent Twenty Years' In Prison . . . Then Free . . . to Avengt; a Love He Had Never Known! BOOTH TARKINGTON'S Immortal Story Brought ! ^;$**!i r*?S ~*,^t /i -J-fi Hall! Hail! The Gang's All Here! 'PENROD and SAM" :*?. !*Â·", %*' V ?'Â·"'. STARRING BILLY MAUd-T (Boy Wonder of "Anthony Adverse") You'll Have the Time of Your Life Watching America's Junior G-Mcn Round Up a Bunch of Desperate Criminals! COMING ATTRACTIONS "RACING LADY"-- "UNDER COVER OF NIGHT" -- "REMBRANDT' "DANIEL BOONE" -- "TIME OUT FOR ROMANCE" FRIDAY ONLY is the GALA DAY at the NEW CECIL and PALACE Come Early in the Evening to Get a Seat. Â·WIKGS OF THE Vote Against Child Labor Amendment BOSTON, (/P)--The Massachusetts legislative committee on constitutional law voted 9 to 2 Thursday against ratification of the federal child labor amendment. E R THEATRE GARNER, IOWA Sunday - Monday - Tuesday March Zl, 22, 23 BACK BY REQUEST IN A BELOVED ROLE Rogers In 'DR. BULL' America's Idol at His Best NOW and SATURDAY Another Great Show Four Units of Fun Thrills and Romance ACE DRUMMOND AND NEWS EVENTS : STARTS SUNDAY DIONNE QUINTUPLETS in "REUNION" WILL ROGERS in "STATE PAIR" X i vl' NORTH IOWA'S MOST BEAUTIFUL THEA.TER! HOME OF THE NEW MIRROPHONIC SOUNDI THE NEW WE EXTEND A HEARTY WELCOME TO ALL NORTH CENTRAL IOWA TEACHERS. MAKE IT A POINT to ATTEND THE NEW CECIL! LIMITED ENGAGEMENT-SHOWING SAT.-SDH.-M.dN... COMPLETE LATE SHOW EVERY SATURDAY NIGHT STARTING AT 10P.M. to Blow soul lÂ» ider* FRED and CAROLE fighting and romancing again! ill CHARLES BUTTERWORTH is Harry, the piano panic of Panama'. DOROTHY LAMOUR "The Jungle Princess" sings *em sweet and swings 'em hot! , f / A Paramount Picture with CHARLES BUTTERWORTH JEAN DIXON Â· DOROTHY LAMOUR Â· HARVEY STEPHENS ADDED ENJOYMENT M I C K E Y M O U S E C A R T O O N , "THE THREE MOUSEKETEERS" Five Neio Song Hilst. "Panamania", "Then It Isn't Love"; "I Hear a Call to Arms","Spring Is in the Air" and "Swing Higb, Swing Low'.'-' OUR EASTER ATTRACTION IS "THE GREEN LIGHT" | STARTS TUESDAY -- "LLOYDS OF LONDON'