Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on October 12, 1949 · Page 27
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6 Oct. 11, 1949 Haion City Globe-Gazelle, Mason City, la. Movie By CARL WRIGHT Fred MacMurray plays a football coach who doesn't win a game in "Father Was a Fullback," which opens at the Cecil theater Wednesday. ,' The last second touchdown isn't made in this film, and the maid cleans up betting on the other team, but .you'll'cheer for MacMurray just the same, i He is co-starred with Maureen O'Hara and an All-American family that has him whistling for time out throughout most of the picture. ' * * * The true-to-lile story of Lou Gehrig, the 14-year sensation of the New York Yankees, is told in Samuel Goldwyn's. "Pride of the Yankees," showing at the Palace theater. The picture stars Gary Cooper and Teresa Wright. "Brothers in the Saddle" is co- featured, with Tim Holt. It's a dramatic story of 2 young men on the Arizona border. * * * Lassie, the almost human dog star, comes into his own again in "Hills of Home," opening at the Strand Wednesday. It's a techni- color drama of a Scotch doctor in THEATERS AT A GLANCE CECIL—"African ScrenmsV closes Tuesday. "Father Was a Fullback" opens Wednesday. PALACE— "Pride of the Yankees" ana "Brothers In the Saddle" now showing. STRAND—"Letter to Three Wives" and "Gay Amiga" close Tuesday. "Hills of Home" and "Disaster" open Wednesday. STATE—"Raxv Deal" and "Mississippi Rhythm" now showing:. LAKE—'iThe Stratton Story" now showing. PKIVE-IN—"Made for Each Other" Tuesday only. "The Young In Heart" opens Wednesday. a mountainous sheepraising village and his battle to turn a farmer's son into a doctor despite his father's opposition. "Disaster" * is co-featured with Richard Denning and Trudy Marshall. * * * The dynamic drama of a man and 2 women fighting both the law and gangland vengeance is Now! Thru Thurs. A HEART-THRILLING STORY OF COURAGE AND ROMANCE!—IT'S ALL TRUE! New Romantic Team! JAMES JUNE STEWART • ALLYSON ,- IN ^STRATTON STORY with FRANK MORGAN / PLUS—CARTOON & NEWS — MAT. WED. AT 2 P. M. End Tues. — "Letter To 3 Wives' "Gay Amigo" STARTS WED. Mason's City's Newest THRILLING ADVENTURE of YOUTH in the SPRINGTIME of LOVE! HILLS TOM DRAKE EDMUND GWENN JANET LEIGH DONALD CRISP "USSIE" OME TECHNICOLOR —PLUS— RICHARD DENNING IN "D I S A S T E R" ENDS TUES. — "AFRICA SCREAMS" — ABBOT & COSTELLO STARTS WED. THEY'RE WINNING ALL AMERICA'S HEART! You'll Fall H Iver-Heels for Father...an ™ly who had him WHISTLING Ffc. ..ME OUT HERE'S A PICTURE WHERE THE HERO'S A FOOTBALL COACH WHO DOESN'T WIN A GAME! ....THE LAST-SECOND TOUCHDOWN ISN'T MADE— EVER! ....THE MAID CLEANS TJP— BETTING ON THE OTHER TEAM! IT'S ALL HERE AND YOU'LL LOVE IT! howing at the State theater In Raw Deal," with Dennis O'Keefe, VTarsha Hunt and Claire Trevor. ^o - featured is the s o 11 gilled pioneer saga, "Mississippi Ihythm," with ex-governor, Jimnie Davis. * * * "The Stratton Story," showing t the Lake theater, is the real- ife story of Monty Stratton) who ame from the sandlots of Texas o win fame, as a pitching star vith the Chicago White Sox. "ames Stewart plays the role of Jtratton and June Allyson his vife. Also in the cast are Frank Morgan, Agnes Moorehead and Bill Williams. * •» * Janet Gayner, Douglas Fairbanks, Jr., and Paulette Godciard make their appearance as an ixciting trio in David O. Selznick's :omedy romance, "The Young in leart," which opens at the Drive~n theater Wednesday. It's the ;creen version of "The Gay Banditti." Charles City Briefs Mrs. Mary Diekhoff, 102J Main itreet, is receiving treatment in he Cedar Valley .hospital for fractured ribs and bruises she re- :eived in a fall downstairs last week. Births at the Cedar Valley hospital Sunday included daughters :o Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Krumrey, Mr. and Mrs. Norbert Schrage, and Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Mor•ell, and sons to Mr. and Mrs. rrancis Prouty, Mr. and Mrs. Truman Schissel and Mr. and Mrs. George DcVries, all of Charles City, Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Weiss and son Brian, of Kansas City, Mo., arrived here Saturday to spend the week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Granner, 901 North Jackson street, and other relatives. Mrs. Weiss is the former Beth Granner of Charles City. District Court Clerk L. V. Leigh Saturday issued a marriage license to Wendell Scoles, 21, and Sharon Reazak, 16, both of Nashua. Mayor Harold S. Henry Monday fined Clare Cooper $1 and costs on a double parking char-gc. Attend Grid Game New Hampton — Thirty members of the New Hampton high school football squad Saturday attended the Iowa-Illinois football ame. A group of merchants footed the bill. i Benefit DANCE AVALON Ballroom Manly, Iowa Tuesday, Oct. 11 Music By Scandinavian Accordion Band Sponsored By THE CARPENTER SPORTSMAN CLUB HERE and THERE Bancroft — Edward Farrow, Lakefield, Minn., visited at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Farrow. Rake—Mr. and Mrs. R. Lodden and Mrs. Arden Hanson and Maria of Estherville visited at the Elmer Christenson home a few days. Frcd#ricksburg—The Rev. and Mrs. P. C. Bruns visited relatives at George and their daughter, Doris, who is a freshman at the Baptist college at Sioux Falls, S. Dak., the first of the week. Latimer—Mr. and Mrs. John Green, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Green and Iko Green and children of Ackley and Mr.' and Mrs. Bert Koenen visited recently at the Ace Koenen home. Spillvilie—Mrs. Francis Kuhn was given a housewarming by neighbors and friends. ' Rake—Mrs. Gunnar Larson and Victor, Mr. and Mrs. Ole Jorgenson and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Larson attended the wedding of Joyce Erickson and George De Vries at Monticello, Minn. The bride is a granddaughter of Mrs. Gunnar Larson. Kanawha—Mrs. Hershel Morris is a patient in the hospital at Belmond, and the children are staying in the Elmer Morris and Bob Howlett homes. Britt—Mary Pritchard met with a painful accident at school recently. She fell off the swing striking her head on a bolt. She was taken to a local physician where 3 stitches were required. Lake Mills—Mrs. Wallace Brattrud and family of Waseca, Minn., visited recently at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Thoe. Swea City—Frank Bauer and a party of friends are spending the week in northern Minnesota fishing. Lake Mills — M i s s Katharine Olson, daughter of Dr. Nels J. Olson, who is taking nursing at Iowa City, was elected chairman of her unit of the college of nursing at the State University of Iowa. She was also named secretary of the student council of the nursing council. Northwood—Mr. and Mrs. Robert Adams of Boone have been visiting at the George Manus home in Northwood and also in Minneapolis and Red Wing, Minn. Northwood — The buddy poppy sale conducted by the Northwood V. F. W. and auxiliary recently netted $165 for welfare work among veterans, their widows and orphans. Cresco—Mr. and Mrs. Paul N. Payne returned Saturday from Denver, Colo., where they spent a week. Accompanying them were Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Weigel of Decorah. Betty Lynn • Rudy Vallee Now Plus Raw . . . Savage Fury! KAWPtAL fDHiHlStfKEEFE MAflSHAHlWT NOW! THRU THURSDAY THE PRIVATE LIFE OF A PUBLIC HERO! ll'i the Grtot American Story! Re-released by RKO Radio Piciurti, Inc. —Plus— TIM HOLT i» "BROTHERS in the SADDLE" DANCE IN ROMANTIC ATMOSPHERE OF THE N.W.'S WONDER SHOW PLACE FREE PARKING • FREE CHECKING TONITE — TUESDAY FEZZ FRITSCHE And His Goosetown Band (Old Time) Fun For All! Lake Mills—Dr. Nels J. Olson has returned from a 3 weeks' auto rip to the west coast where he visited 2 of his sons, Mons, who ives at Los Angeles and Naven and family at San Diego, Cal. ^aven is a medical lieutenant in .he navy based there. Belmond — Fred Kaduce, who was seriously injured while work- "ng at the General Mills plant, had one leg amputated. Wesley—Mr. and Mrs. Roy FRI. — RIDGE RIDERS SAT. — HENRY CHARLES SUN. — STAN STANLEY IOWA'S WONDER SHOW PLACE NO. SHORE • CLEAR LAKE. IA. FAMILY NIGHT TONIGHT ADMISSION- $1 00 p C , J Carole Lombard ? ' James Stewart Made POf Each Other ~ON HIGHWAY 18 BETWEEN CLEAR LAKE-MASON CITY BOX OFFICE OPENS 6:30 Two Shows Nightly Rain or Clear STARTING AT 7 AND 9 ADULTS COc — CHILDREN UNDER 12 FREE WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY The Gayest, Heart "Rend- ingest" adventure you have ever had! SELZNICK INTERNATIONAL presents THEYOTJNG WHEORT JANET 6AYNOR Doug. FAIRBANKS, Jr. Paulette GODDARD R*l«ated thru United Ariiih V Added I Attrac \\ lions k Johnson of Battle Creek, Mich., who recently spent 10 days with Lease relatives here, left Oct. 6 for their new home in Glendale. Cal. LeRoy, Minn.—Mr. and Mrs. Gfeorge Brown and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Brown and family of Austin were here recently to help their parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Brown, celebrate their 55th wedding anniversary. Goodell — Mesdames Kenneth Johnson, Arald Reikens, John Lauen, Amos Hanson and Jimmy Ayres were recent guests in the Marion Johnson home at Forest City. St. Ansgar—Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Spencer attended an insurance convention in Chicago. Stilsoii—Mrs, E. R. Jeffords of Hopkins, Minn., spent several days in the home of her mother, Mrs. L. Callison and sister, Christyna Callison. Garner—Harold Rockow recently submitted to major surgery at Mercy hospital in Mason City. LeKoy, Minn.—Mrs. H. Nordby spenl a few days at Clarion in the McGregor Sample home. Thompson—Mrs. Gordon Arsenoff and daughter Donna Jean returned to their home in Chicago following a months' visit at the parental L. P. Rudd home. Rake—Mrs. Ne5s Hanson is visiting at the home of her son-in- law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Bilau and family at McLean, Nebr. Garner—Jerry Lewis, of Algona. loan representative for the Metropolitan Life Insurance company, was a business visitor at the Hancock county courthouse Wednesday. Kake—John Skaare and family moved this week from north of town to the J. H. Skaare farm. They purchased the house from William Harms at Buffalo Center and moved to the Skaare farm. Popejoy—Miss LeNora Ahrens is spending the week with friends in Minneapolis, Minn. Ackley—Mrs. Grace Deitz and Mrs. Jennie Deitz of Buffalo, N. Y., and Frank Thurber of Denver, Colo., were recent guests of Dr. and Mrs. H. L. Wright. Goodell—Mr. and Mrs. Darrel Fjetland of Des Moines are spending a few days in the parental Dan Fjetland home. Ackley—Mrs. Clara Diemer was taken to Allen Memorial hospital at Waterloo, where she is receiving treatment. Burt—Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Steele and Rudi Jane left for their home at Phoenix, Ariz., after a visit at the Jess McDonalds and with othor relatives. Ackley—Mr. and Mrs. Glen Peters and family have moved into the residence at 502 State street which they recently purchased. Dumont—Mr. and Mrs. Cline Sniffin have gone to Florida where they plan to spend the winter. Burt—Mr. and Mrs. Hugh McDonald and Francie Ann are spending this week with the Gene Goddens in Duluth, Minn. Swea City—Edna Holcomb, superintendent of nurses at Mary Greeley hospital, Ames, has returned to her work after a few days' visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Holcomb. Britt—Andrew Peterson of the Peterson cabinet shop is building a new home on the lot next to the Peter and Susie Peterson home. Plymouth—Mrs. Emma Vickerman is visiting her sister in Kensett for a few days. Nora Springs — Mr. and Mrs. John Lumsdon. and son, who occupied the apartment over the First State bank since June 1, have moved to Mason City. Rake—Diane Larson, 10, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Glenn Larson, was operated on for a ruptured appendix at the Naeve hospital in Albert Lea. Her father is recovering from an appendectomy he submitted to at the same hospital 2 weeks ago. Swea City — Paul Tweeten and Robert Rystad, freshmen at St. Olaf college, Northfield, Minn., spent the weekend with their respective parents, the A. B. Twee- tens and the Sara. Rystads. Joice—^Mr. and Mrs. Martin Holland of Laurens spent a few days at the home of their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs Robert Holland. They had just recently returned from Norway I where they spent 13 months visit-' ing relatives and friends. Thompson — Mrs. Amelia Awe accompanied her son, Robert Awe, of Albert Lea, Minn., and her grandson, Gary McKibben of Mason City on a visit at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Kenneth Rhubee, and family at Jeffers, Minn. Stilson—Mrs. Wilbur Steven and children have returned to their home in Staples, Minn., after spending some time in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Steven. Hampton—Mr. and Mrs. George Martin have left on a 2 weeks' motor trip to southern and western points, including a trip -into Mexico. Fenton—Mrs. Jimmy Mathews of Long Beach visited a few days recently with Mr. and Mrs. Paul Eigler. Rake—Mr. and Mrs. Bert Under- bakke returned from a 5 day fishing trip to lakes in northern Minnesota. Kanawha—Mrs. Kail Lucas vis- ted in the home of her brother. Henry Lien, in Belmond. The later has been ill. Goodell — Mesdames Laton Avery, Hans Neilson, Will Tanner and Tom Burgess autoed to Read- ng, Minn., Sunday and enjoyed .he day In the home of the latter's son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Leon Proper. Forest City—Mrs. N. T. Tosse- and has returned home from Duluth, Minn., where she had been staying with her son, Dr. Noel Tosseland, and daughter, Patty, while her daughter-in-law was recovering from a major operation. Rudd — W. G. Willett has returned from a 3 weeks' visit with relatives at Frederick, Md. Dumont—A daughter was born Oct. 3 to Mr. and Mrs. Clair Springer, at the Lutheran hospital in Hampton. Leland — Mrs. John Bergland. cousin of Mrs. John Ingebritsori of McCallsburg, visited friends and relatives in this vicinity recently when she was enroute to LEGAL NOTICES icr home from a resort In Wlscon- in, Greene —Miss Marilyn Patricia owler was the honored guest .at a pre-nuptial shower at the home )f Mrs. Clarence Starkweather. Dumont — Mr. and Mrs. Will Wright visited recently in Rock sland, 111., with Mrs. Wright's son, C. J. Smith, and family. Weak, Tired, Nervous, Peptess Men, Women C*t Htm Vim I 8ay S°od-l>J p « to-thow weak. »1 Jf JL %£. *»"<"•? tttlioa, or nwvbu.- VIgor,Vitality . ne " due Jiut to blood'a luk ot I . i ' lron - Get U P fresh, be peppy »1 oay, )i»ve plemy at vitality left over by evenli Ostrex contains Iron for blood plu» supplementary amounts vltfcmln B t . calcium. Introductory «lw only 50o. Try Ostrex Tonic Tablets Jor new ™" yiin. visor, vitality, better'uervea. this very SyJ At all drur ttorei everywhere—in Mason City, at Ford Hopkins and OSCO Drur 102 So. Federal Phone 860 NEW FLOOR SANDER RENTAL RATES Save money by sandlnr your own . floor with one ' of our Rental Floor Sander*. Cheek these low rates. 12 Hours. 24 Hours Weekend $2.75 $3.50 $4.50 NOTICE OF THE APPOINTMENT OF ADMINISTRATOR STATE OF IOWA, Cerro Gordo County, ss. No. 7233. Notice is hereby given, that the undersigned has been duly appointed nnd qualified as Administrator of the estate of James J. Cassidy, Sr., Deceased, late of Cerro Gordo County. All persons indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment; and those having claims against the same will present them, duly authenticated, to the undersinned for allowance, and file in the office of the Clerk of the- District Court. GARFIELD E. BREESE BREESE & CORNWALL, Attorneys Dated October 1, 1940 S. II. MacPEAK. Clerk District Court By EVELYN SLOCK, Deputy NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL STATE OF IOWA, Cerro Gordo County, ss. In District Court. No. 7235. September Term. 1949. To all whom H m»y concern: You are hereby notified, tha'; nn Instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of Gilbert T. Pcshak, Deceased, dated April 21. 1948, having been this day filed opened and read, Monday, the 7th day of November, 194D, is fixed for hearing proof of same at the Court House in Mason City, Iowa, before the District Court of said County, or the Clerk of snid Court; and at 2 o'clock P. M., of the day above mentioned all persons interested are hereby notified and required to appear, and show cause, if ,-,ny they have, why said instrument .should not be probalcd and allowed as and for the last Will ,and Testament of said deceased. Dated at Mason City, Jowa, October 7, ID-JO. S. H. MucPEAK. 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