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SIXTEEN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH 25 · 1937 GLOBE *.GAZETTE § Lather Hunts for Diamond Talent ···*·- REQUE HAS FEW VETSFORTEAM Graduation Tears Big Holes in Club; Harris Likely Starting Hurler. · . DECQRAH.--.Finding replacements for missing veterans is the problem right now at Luther college, as Coach S. S. Regue builds the Norse baseball team for its spring season. In the- infield, place's are left open by the graduation o£ Rick- ansrud, regular first . baseman; Grangaard's leaving to join the Milwaukee Brewers and Bu'rmeis- ter's failure to .return to school. Paul. Gbssmah, Farmersburg, and Les Forde, Decorah, are available for third and second base,, respectively. The outfield suffered the loss of all of last year's regulars, among them being Lybeck, Sorenspn, Bergan and Higgs. The pitching department includes one letterm an, Lute Olson, veteran righthander. Leland. Harris, Thornton, looks like a sure starter. Oilier pitching prospects include James Stoddard, Kenyon, Minn.; Myron Anderson, Minneapolis; Nordeen' Olson, Decorah, and Irvalle Erickson, De Forest, Wis.' · , . The most likable looking infield prospects among the new men include Lloyd Larson, Rad cliff e; Dick Skale, Riverside, 111. and Virgil Leslie, Stoughton, Wis. Others battling for · berths are: Glen Greenback, . Parma, Colo.; Sylan Mickelson, Clarkfield, Minn.; Borg Holen, Holand; Jerald Isenberger, Decorah and Lester Gesell, Klma. Minnard Hanson, Spring Valley, Wis.; Joedy Boyett, Kensett; Har Ian McKinney, Lansing, and Rober Norem, Harmony, Minn., are leading candidates for the outfield. Catching p r o s p e c t s includi ~ Jerome Scholt, Mayville, N. Dak. Lloyd Winger, Decorah; Leo Olson, ' Mabel,' "Minn.-, and Walter Quarve, Hushfor'd, Minn. Butler County to See Prep Batters in Meet BUTLER COUNTr MEET At Shell Rock. Monday, April 26. P:SO--Greene vj. ClarksvilJe. 11:00--Shell Rock vs. Brlstaw. 2:00--Allison vs. Dumfint. S:3Q--New Hartford vs. Parkcrgburr; or Allison. · ·' Wednesday, April 28. 2:00--Upper Bracket semifinal.- 3:30--tower . bracket semifinal." Friday; April SO. . 3:00--Championship. At Parkersburf. Tuesday, April 20. ParJcersDury vs. Apllnffton. ALLISON--The Butler county b a s e b a l l tournament will be played at Shell Hock high school this season, with first round games scheduled April 26. · A preliminary .game at Parkersburg, with the home team opposing Allison, will.be played on April 20. The winner will meet New Hartford .in the opening round of the tournament." OUT of the PRESSBOX Beavers to Play in Nine Diamond Tests : STORM LAKE, (fl)--Coach Al Dallager of Buena Vista college announced his baseball team's nine-game schedule for this spring. . ' · . ' ' Six of the games will be played away from home. ' ; THE SCHEDULE. 'April 30--Western Union, here (2). May fi--Upper Iowa, there. ·Slay 7--WartburBT, there. May ^--Columbia, {here. May J4--Western Union, there (2). Slay 2-7Soulh D a k o t a university there. Winnebago Juniors in County Basket TussL t WINNEBAGO MEET Junior lllch Schools. i '· - J A T . L A K E MILLS First Round. Forest City 20; Rake 11. .Itke Mills 57! telanfl 11. ' Second Round. ·forest City 28: Thompson 11. Lake Mill« 17; Searvllle 6. (Continued From Sport Page) get two or three thousand seats in there without any trouble at atl. "And I'll bet, too . . . that the fellows who hold the bonds woultl be glad if the armory could be put in shape . . . and refinanced." * * * / ' "I don't suppose there'd be a chance of building a community ficldhouse so long as the armory stands . . ." I said. 'JBut, then . . if there were good seating provisions in the armory . . . good lights , . . it wouldn't be half bad. . "There's plenty of space for a good sized basketball court, too . . and plenty of basement ' locker space." * * * "Sure, there is ... " replied the g e n t l e m a n--buttering-his-roll. "Let the national guard stay right where it is. There would be plenty of room for everybody . . : and you know, the armory is sort of · a financial white elephant,. the way it stands . . . even thought it's never missed a payment to the bondholders . . . it would be swell if it could be put to greater use. "Then, there's another thing . . , I understand that next year wherever the high school play; basketball, the second team games are going to follow the main game . . . and I'm all for that. I don't like to sit through part of a scconc team game just to see the firs teams play." * _ * « . ."Well, I like to see the kids play," I said . . . "but I suppose that there are a lot of basketbal fans who don't care so mucli as : do 1 . . .good basketball fans, too 'One thing I do 'think . . '. the high school and junior college would be better off to schedule both the Mohawks and Trojans for home doubleheaders than to send one team out on the road when the other's in Mason City . . . I hope they'll do that next year." * * » 'Yes, and that reminds me" . . . ·aid the other fellow, "several imes this year, I've gone over to he high school after the first game vas under way, and couldn't get ear either of my reserved seats . I think that the man who buys reserved seat is entitled to sit n it . . . and no one else. If they vould rebuild the armory, I'd say make a student section somewhere . .keep the students in it, and let he town folks use their reserved ;ats. . . "After you buy a season ticket, rid can't get the seat you paid for, ou begin staying riome . . . ?' said he man-stirring-his-coffee. . . * . . » * "Yeah, that's right ... "I said. WATERLOO HAS WIN AT MATCH Iks Defeated Local Y in Badminton Event Here Wednesday Night. BADMINTON 3IATCU At Y. M. C. A. Singles IMatches. ^Noonan (IV) defeated Dleckmann (M 1 Sutherland '(M) defeated Scholx (W 15-8, 15-13, Olson (\v defeated Erickson (M Rath. W defeated Decker (iI) 15-2 Van Nest (M) defeated Kroy (W) 15-5, 15-5. Donbles Matches. Dleckmann-Sufherland (M) defeatec Noonan-Kroy (W) 17-15, lil-is. Scholz-Ralh -(W) defeated Erickson Decker Ol) 15-3, 15-1. LAKE .MILLS---Four one-sided contests completed the:first am second rounds of the Winnebagi county junior high school basket ball tournament here. FOR EASTER POTTED LILIES _ IJOHNSTON'S Where Tour FrJendi HUT Flowen Phone 223 , . 10 First St..N. .W, The Waterloo Elks club defeated Mason City's Y. M. C. A. badmin ton team 4 to 3 in a Wednesda' night game at the Y. M. C. A. C l a y t o n "Chick" Sutherland won his singles match and teamed with Ralph Dieckmann to win a doubles contest, while George Van Nest brought in the other Mason City victory in the singles. Thornton Cagers in Win at Latimer Test T HO R N T O N--The Thornton Beeler Boys defeated Latimer': Independents 52 to 27 in a loca basketball game. The Thornton five closes its season next week. Trout Gets Long Job Against Dippy Squac LAKELAND, Fla., (#)--Pau (Dizzy) . Trout, Detroit rookit righthander who held the Boston Red Sox hitless in a three-inning trick Sunday, has a more extensive chance to prove his worth again. Manager Mickey Cochram assigned him to hurl the first fivi innings against Brooklyn. Catcher Wanted for Brooklyn Ball Team · LAKELAND, Fla., (/F)-- Bur leigh Grimes has hung the "catch er wanted" sign on the Brooklyn clubhouse. He has soured on Bil Baker,- Yankee farmhand from Newark, as Babe Phelps' assist ant, but has not given up hope o securing a receiver before the sea son opens. BROOKLYN HAS SLIM CHANCES Dodgers Will Be Lucky, If They Dodge Berth'Way Down in Standing. (NOTE: This is another of a series on major league pennant prospects.) By PAUL MICKELSON CLEARWATER, Fla., (/P--It .ooks like Brooklyn-will be stuck n the mud of the second division for the sixteenth time in 17 years. Although Burleigh Grimes, successor to the charitable Casey Stengel as helmsman oE the Flatbush crew, has improved the club Dn paper with two shrewd deals, the team rates only an outside chance to land in the upper bracket when the line forms at the payoff window late in September. Led by Van Lingle Mungo, the fireball ace, the Dodgers should have one of the strongest pitching staffs in the majors, but the res( of the lineup is disjointed and studded with question marks Punch and better fielding shape as the two greatest shortcomings. "We've got a flock of ifs on : the club," says Grimes, "But I'll'hustle in at least 10 more games on the right side of the won and lost column anyway. We've got a good chance to cause a lot of trouble and if all the boys come through there's no telling what he might do." "Ifs" Turn to "Didn'ts." But that's been the trouble with Brooklyn all these lean years. The "ifs" turn to "didn'ts" and the club finds itself happy that the season ends sometime instead of keeping right on through the winter. For pitching, however, the Flatbush boys shouldn't have any worries, except for errors behind the fine hurling. Van Mungo is ful of that college try this year and predicts he'll win 25 game's. With him as probable starting regulars on the mound will be Fred Frankhouse, a 30 year old veteran capable of getting very hot or cold; Luke Hamlin, former Detroit Tiger, Kalph Birkofer, obtained rom Pittsburgh to give the team a- good southpaw, and Al Butcher, ^usky 25 year old right hander vho Mungo predicts will win 20 /ictories in 1937. Grimes is confident Butcher has ae pitching goods. He won six nd lost six last season and came o camp this spring with more peed than ever. · k Four on Relief. Bringing up the rear, to be used robably for spot and relief pitch- ng, are Roy Henshaw, ex-Chicago Cub; George Jeffcoat, the veteran Vatson Clark and possibly Wally Signer, 21 year. old rookie from Allentpwn, Pa., who has been [Uite impressive in camp. The infield should be an improvement over last year with Juddy Hassett back on first; Cookie LaVagetto, famed . Pittsburg Pirate bench warmer, at second and -Jersey Joe Stripp at his old third base stand.' ' The shortstop job is open to either Woody English, another bench warmer from the Cubs, or Tony Malinosky of Louisville with English the. probable winner. "Fatty" Phelps plans to do most of the catching though Randy Moore has been switched from the outfield for. a try behind the plate Grimes has a hunch that Randy who has done some, catching, wil be just what he needs for a reserve duty as backstop. Rookie May Stick. Elmer Klumpp, rookie from Elmira, has been hitting well and may fool everyone .by sticking with the club. Burleigh himself is fidgety abou the outfield, usually the funnies; trio of the old flatbush follies He's got outfielders galore on the lot but it's going to be rough picking out a trio that can field and hit. Right now, the prevalen guess of the starting outer garden is Ed Wilson, who showed up wel late last season in right; Johnny Cponey is centerfield because o" his fine fielding and Johnny Winsett in left. Heinle Manush, veteran star o the American league, may be usec exclusively for pinch hitting a; Grimes likes to have a cut and slici guy like him around.' .Gil Brad' of Louisville, a sprained ankh victim these days, and Eddie Morgan of Columbus compose the res of the leading candidates. Brooklyn is known as the Dodgers, but from a setup like that they'll have a tough time dodging second division. Prize Rookie Set to . Play, Can't Find Job SEEKING, Fla., /P)-Bringing his Cincinnati Reds here to play Newark of the International loop Manager Chuck Dressen declarcc Frank McCormick, prize Piedmon rookie, "is ready for the major;, right now," but "where can I play him?" Weatherly Gets Rest as Tribe Has Scraps NEW ORLEANS, La!, ()-Manager Steve O'Neill said he would give Roy Wealherly, Cleveland Indians' outfielder, a lew days of rest as the Tribe renewed warfare with New Orleans. Weatherly is underweight as th.e result o an attack o.i influenza. ,4 Exhibitions By UNITED PRESS AT WINTER HAVEN; FLA. letroit (A) , ' . . . O'Si ODD UU*-- S 7 1 'hiladelphla (N'l.. 000 Oil) 100-- 3 8 1 Rowe, Auker anO Cochrane. Bowman, Jorgens and Ativood, Grace. AT CLEARWATER, FLA. New York (A) .. 003 030 100-^ 6 ,0 1 Brooklyn (N) .... 124 101 OOx-- D 11 1 ToDin, LA Bocca and Dickey. - · · Henshaw, Hatnlin. and Phelps, Van- frafskl. AT AUSTIN, TEX. St. Ionia (A) 001040120--11 12 a Tems U. P02 010 300-- 6 10 -J Blake, Thomas'and Hemsley, liar/man. Ramsey, ilughson and Fltzslmraons. AT OKLANDO, FLA. olumous (AA) . . 010 01)0 100-- 2 Montreal (IL) . . . 051 450 02x--17 Davis, Mitchell, Farmer and Schulh. Dukes, Myllykangas and Chandler. AT ST. PETERSBURG, FLA. Cincinnati (X) .. [}00 0,10 UOD-- I 6 1 Boilon N ) . . . . . . 000 010 02x-- 3 8 0 llnllahan. Mooty, Grlsom and Camp bell, D. Moore. · ' - Bablch, LanninrY llarrLs and Mueller. AT DAYTONA BEACH. FLA. Washington (A) .. 200 1)00 310--n it 0 St. Louis (N 1 ). . . . . 000 000 003-- S .8 ,3 Cascarella and Hogan", Hyba, Welland and Owen. 8 1 18 1 Katin, GERRO GORDO IN FOR HONORS Rifle Club Holds two First Places at Halfway Mark in Pistol League. RECORD SCORES (National Match Course) Indoor Gallery Pistol. EARLY KOSSUTH SETTLER DIES Rites for Winkel, 79, Will Be Held Friday at \, Church. . ALGONA--Jacob Winkel, 79, prominent Kossuth farmer, died at lis home 2 miles northwest of Al- !ona Tuesday evening frorri heart rouble suffered since last Christmas night. Mr. Winkel was born in une, 1858, in Washington county, Wis. In 1873 he and his brothers came to Kossuth county and were among the first settlers in the county, 64 years ago. Mr. Winkel and his brother Frank operated a meat market in Algona until 1896 when he moved to his present "arm.. He was a member of the Cnights of Columbus lodge. He is survived by his wife, two children by a former marriage, Mrs. Will Stewart, California and Wrs. J. A. Y.-Mansmith, Welcome, Minn., and George Whittemore. Attorney L. A. Winkel, Dr. Julius B. Winkel, Mrs. John Jacob, Lo- re'tta and Francis all of Algona, Ralph J. Winkel, Morris, 111., and Mrs. George Lacina, Iowa City. Services will be' held Friday morning at 10 o'clock from the St. -ecelia's church with the Rev. Father Davern officiating. Burial will be made in the Catholic cemetery. . Team Member-I/. E. Altstol ....... W. K. Winnie B. A. Thimmesch ... E. E. WcSiKceney ... E. C. Boyer S.F. T.F. K.F. To. r. 07 100 B!) 200 .. Ot DO . . 8 7 91 .. 88 3.5 . . 8 4 91 100 si; Team Total 450 470 4HB 1415 Minneapolis ..: 431 471 -131 13'iS The Cerro Gordo Rifle club's pistol team has.defeated the First National Bank and Trust company team of Minneapolis for the fifth straight time, 1,415 to 1,335, it was announced Thursday. This week's match will be the final of the series and will also end the local club's 10-match national competition. L. E. Allstot, W. K. Winnie, D. A. Thimmesch and E. E. McSweeney took the first four places, n order, in the latest match/. Results of National Rifle association competition at the halfway nark fpr the indoor gallery season hovv two Mason City pistol teams eading their divisions. Team No. of the local club is ahead by 230 oints in the national champion- hip group, competing for the na- ional match course pistol title, 'earn No. 2 holds fourth place in he same group, while team No. 3 holds sixth place in the second group. Mason City's No. 1 team in the low fire course is leading by 21 points in the national champion- hip group, team No. 2 is in sixth Jlace in group two, and team No. 3 is in eight place in group two. Mason City rifle squads have lot gained as high a ranking, with earn,Wo. 1 holding twelfth place n the national championship group. Team No. 2 has tenth place m the national championship group. Team No. 2 has tenth place in group six, while team No. 3 holds fourth place in the ninth group. North lowans Best of Beaver Athletes STORM LAKE, (fPI--Lyle Andy Rubis, Terril, sophomore at Buena Vista college, was named the school's best all-around athlete in a recent poll of students. Rubis played center on the football team and was a guard on the basketbal' squad. Scott Keister, Goldfield football and basketball player was second choice. White Sox Order Set to Get Hard Shaking PASADENA, -Cal., (fP)-- Mana" ger Jimmy Dykes planned to experiment wtih the White Sox batting order in a clash with the Pirates, which was washed oul Wednesday. Rip Radcliff, Larry Rosenthal and Dixie Walker, the three top men, must hit left handed pitching to hold their spots. Frank Sets Chuckers for Columbus.Scraps DAYTONA BEACH, Fla., (IP)-Paul Dean and Si Johnson were nominated by Manager Frank Frisch to hurl against Columbus al De Land. Bill McGee and Nathan Andrews will face Washington at Orlando Saturday and Dizzy Dean and Jim Winford will divide the task when Detroit comes here Sunday. Browns Leave Friday on Four-Day Travels SAN ANTONIO, Tex., (/P)--The Browns leave Friday on a four day trip, to play two games with San Antonio at.Laredo, one with Toledo at Harlingen, and one with Kansas City at McCallen. The Hornsby team is also slated to meet the Bottomley nine in an exhibition game at Lockart, The slender, pale Chicagoan was tied for third place with three others at 142, two blows behinc Horton Smith, Chicago, the runner-up. ' STORM DELAYS COURT SESSION Britt Man Sentenced at Garner on Charge of Drunk Driving. GARNER--Judge Henry C. Graven did not arrive to open court Wednesday because of the blizzard. Earlier in the week divorces were granted to Mrs. Gwendolyn Cline from Clarence Cline from near Goodell. Cruel, and inhuman treatment were charged. She was given custody of their year old son and support to be paid monthly by the defendant. Mrs. Selma Dempsey was granted a divorce from John Dempsey on the same grounds and given custody of their son, Ronald, 2. The couple were married Oct. 19, 1334. The plain- 'iff's application was filed the lame .^day as the decree was granted. Raymond McGurk, 23, Britt, was ;entenced to three months in For- :st City jail wlien he pleaded guil- y to'charges of driving a car while ntoxicated on the streets at Britt, Sunday. He was arrested by Pa 7 ;folman Claude Benedict of Garner. County attorney's information vas filed against him by Attorney W. D. Daly, county attorney. Eppo Bolton of Crystal Lake 'leaded guilty to county attorney's nformation for illegal possession of intoxicating liquor was given a entence of six months which was .uspended and was , parolled to Sheriff. L. M. Brower. He was picked up at Woden with two companions, Mervin Frogg and Luverne Smith. Frogg was fined $25 for reckless driving. He was recently fined $100 on assault and battery charges by Judge Graven, after being indicted by the Hancock county grand jury. · ' No decision has been made in the newspaper contest Stokes Assumes Job Left Open by Death of Admiral Hobson NEW YORK--Determined that the work of the Constitutions Democracy association, founded by Admiral Richmond P. Hobson must be carried on with all o£ the vigor and enthusiasm which he inspired up until the day of his death, the directors have electee Maj. J. G. Phelps Stokes as president and have mapped out a comprehensive plan for renewed effort in the fight on the proposal to enlarge the supreme court. LAST TIMES THURS. "Lloyds of London" MOVIE- PARADE BY 0. B. K. 'CLAKENCE" COMING TO 3ECIL, PALACE FRIDAY Booth Tarkington's "Clarence" will play at both the Palace and Cecil theaters Friday. Cast as "Clarence" is Roscoe Karns while in other roles are cast Eleanore Whitney, Johnny Downs, Eugene Pallette, Spring Byingtbn and Charlotte YVynters. "Clarence" is a comedy story o£ ife in the great American home. * * * PALACE REVIEW Just another mystery story . . . but a new locale (college faculty) and a new and interesting type of detective in the person of Edmund Lowe. That's "tinder Cover of-Night," top half of the double bill now-showing at the Palace. The suave and ever interesting Edmund Lowe contributes much clever dialog as he returns to' his alma mater in time to face the baffling mystery of repeated murder among faculty members. The picture affords followers of Sportswriter Grantland Rice to become further and more favorably acquainted with his daughter, Florence, who scores in the leading feminine role. Nat Fendleton, as usual, doesn't say much, but what he says counts. A breezy little entertainment number is the" other half of the Palace double feature, "Racing Lady," in which Ann Dvorak, in the role of stable trainer, is as sweet and comely as you've ever found her. The plot, centering around "her, a horse, her dad (Harry Carey) and her romance (Smith Ballew), is delightfully wholesome . . . a fine drama of the turf with the Santa Anita track as the setting. * * * Booked at Clear Lake's Lake theater Friday and Saturday are "Lawless Land," which stars Johnny Mack Brown in a western, and "Murder Men," .newspaper story starring Spencer Tracy. « * * Ralph. Bellamy, Marian Marsh and Isabel Jewell are featured in "The Man Who Lived Twice," the story of a killer who by means of an operation becomes a noted physician. Also on the program which begins at the State Friday is the western "Conflict," featuring J o h n Wayne. BELANSKI RITES ARE CONDUCTED ormer Nora Springs and Mason City Resident Is'Buried. TORA SPRINGS -- F u n e r a l services for Bert Belanski, 68, for-- mer Nora Springs and Mason City resident, were- held Thursday afternoon at the Nora Springs Methodist church. Burial was in Rock Grove cemetery, .with the Masons in charge. Mr. Belanski died in Iowa City, where he had been making his home. Mr. Belanski was preceded in death by his wife and son, Herbert. The son, who was a distinguished geologist, was on the faculty at the State University of Iowa. When living in Nora Springs, Mr. Belanski operated the -Rock Grove mill. At Mason City he was employed at Decker's. . Visitors From California. . SHEFFIELD -- Mrs. Margaret Jewell, Long Beach Cal., arrived for an extended visit at the home of her son Ray Jewell. A sea monster has been chasing herring fishermen at Eastport Me., they say. It wouldn't be the Quoddy project, as this one moves --Portland Oregonian. WHt STARTS SATURDAY Only Hearts That Have Suffered Love's Bitterest P a i n . . . C * n T a i t e t h e Rapture o f Its Sweetest Ecstasy! Plus "Clyde McCoy and His Band" Comlmr Soon -- "MAID OF SALEM"--"THE KING AND THE CHORUS GIRL" "PERSONAL PROPERTY" EASTER MONDAY D A N C E March 29th HI TALTON'S COLORED SAVING STERS Gents SOc Ladies Z5c - Thursday, April 1st LLOYD WELLS ORCH. Gents 69c Ladies ZBc OLD TIME DANCE Tuesday, April 6th Charley Kucer.a's Radio Orchestra 40c and 23c BRITT COLISEUM Britt, Iowa OLD TIME DANCE EARL HUNT ORCHESTRA MEN TGVDTTVA "V I.ADIES Me -tKliJAY ;( , 0 AL MENKE SATURDAY EASTER SUNDAY PAUL MOOttHEAD AND HIS MUSIC. THE TRUMPET PRINCE OF RHYTHM . . . 2do and 6(1 c WILL OSBORNE TUESDAY. StAR. 30 (Couplei Onl» $1.13 PEFI COUPLE--TAX INCLUDED MOVIE MENU CECIL--"Lloyds of London" ends Thursday. "Clarence" Friday. . . PALACE--"Under Cover of Night" ana "Racing Lady" end Thursday. "Clarence"'Friday. STRAND--"B a nj o on My Knee" and "Along Came Love" end Thursday. "Empty Saddles," "Cinderella" and "Jungle Jim" begin Friday. . STATE_"Four Days Wonder" and "Brewsters Millions" end Thursday. "Man W h o Lived Twice." and "Conflict" begin Friday.. LAKE (Clear. Lake)--"Murder Man" and "Lawless Lands" begin Friday.' Coming to the Strand Friday is Empty Saddles," a Buck.. .Jones western which deals with a range war between cattlemen and sheep owners. On the same program will be "Mr. . Cinderella" which .features Jack Haley, Betty Furness, Arthur Treach- er and Raymond W a 1 b u r n and t h e . o p e n i n g chapter of the BUCK. J O N E S serial "Jungle Jim," which will feature Grant Withers, Betty Jane Rhodes, Raymond Hatton, Evelyn Brent and Bryant Wasliburn. · Ends Thursday: "Four Days' Wonder" "Brewster's Millions" FRIDAY ITS $SCREENO$ THE BIG DAY FOR FUN AND THRILLS With Two Great Shows! RALPH BELLAMY "The Man Who Lived Twice" Marian Marsh - Isabel Jewell --and-JOHN WAYNE in Jack London's "CONFLICT" Jean Rogers - Ward Bond Sunday: "MY MAN GODFREY" "Fugitive in the Sky" Big Gain in Iowa's Retail Trade During ' Christmas Quarter DES MOINES, (JF--Retail business in Iowa during the 1936 Christmas quarter.was $17,000,000 ( greater than during the corresponding period of the previous year, sales tax collection reports j showed. It was an increase of, 1 / nearly 10 per cent. ' * Louis E. Roddewig, chairman at the state board of assessment and i review, said on the basis of sales | tax returns, retail sales in Iowa , totaled $196,300,000 during the j last Christmas season as compared with $179,000,000 the previous holiday quarter. Friday--Saturday 2 FEATURES 16c. Spencer Tracy--Virginia Bruce IN "MURDER MAN" "LAWLESS LANDS" With Johnny Mack Brown. ALSO "FLASH GORDON" Matinee Saturday 2:20 Ends Thursday "Go West Young Man." THURSDAY--FREE DISHES TO THE LADIES "RACING LADY" "UNDER COVER OF NIGHT" IALAOE EASTER PROGRAM STARTS SATURDAY [ DANIEL BOONE HEATHERANGEL A g l o w i n g c h a p t e r of early American History TWO FEATURES CLAIRE TREVOR flUCHAEL WHALEN "Time Out for Romance". F R I D A Y · · · Is The Day to Attend The NEW CECIL and PALACE Doors Open at 12:30 P. M. Matinee Prices, 26c Until 5 P. M. ON THE STAGE Of the New Cecil Friday Night MRS. HAZEL SANDBERG of HAMPTON, IOWA, will appear in person. Be here to. see her receive a swell gift. ,4 V FRIDAY - SATURDAY A MIGHTY J U N G L E STORY C O M E S ROARING TO THE SCREEN! "JUNGLE JIM" Grant Withers Betty Jane Rhodes MAMMOTH FOUR U N I T SHOW Mat. 16c Eve. Zlc Kiddies lOc COMEDY AND CALAMITY \ J_.MISTER Cindered; Jack HALEY, Betty FURNESS KIDDIES BIG SURPRISE GIFT MATINEE SATURDAY Last Time Thursday: "BANJO ON MY KNEE" and "ALONG CAME LOVE" ^ ^ - - - ' - - W .' ',~f ' *^ J ~, - T'

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