Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on October 10, 1949 · Page 15
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MEETINGS ; In North Iowa IOWA FALLS —The Mission circle of the Baptist- church will have -an all-day meeting Tuesday to sew for the missionary box. CARPENTER. — The American Legion Auxiliary will hold its monthly business meeting Tuesday afternoon at the club rooms. IOWA FALLS—Etude club will meet with Mrs. Leonard Winterfield Tuesday afternoon. GOODELLr—P. T. A. will meet Monday evening at the school house. Mrs. Nico Waage is the hostess chairman. IOWA FALLS — American Legion auxiliary will meet in the Legion hall Tuesday evening. CLARION—Chapter FS, P. E. O. will, meet at the home, of Mrs. Jay Vendelboe Tuesday at 2:30 p. m. Mrs. C. W. Sankey will give a book review. ALLISON — The Metzgar - Opperman American Legion post will hold its monthly meeting Oct. 10 at the Legion hall. ACKLEY—St. John's Women's guild will meet Tuesday at 8 p. m. in the parish hall dining room. ALLISON—Regular meeting of Allison Chapter OES will be held at the Masonic Temple Thursday evening. There will be initiation. ACKLEY—Miss Arlene Meyer will be hostess to the Dorcas society at her home Thursday at 7:30 p. m. ALLISON — The annual meet- Ing of the Butler county chapter of the American Cancer society •will be held at the city hall Monday, Oct. 17, at 8 p. m. NORTHWOOD — The Northwood Boy Scout troop will hold a reorganization meeting at the Boy Scout rooms in the Northwood public library building next Monday at 7:30. ACKLEY—Miss Anna Carstens will entertain the St. John's Help- Ing Hand society at her home on Wednesday at 8 p. m. NORTHWOOD—The V. F. W. Auxiliary will hold its regular meeting Tuesday at 8 p. m. at the Odd Fellows hall. CLARION—Mrs. Lucille Johnson of Eagle Grove, worthy grand matron of the Order of Eastern Star of Iowa, will be guest of honor at the regular meeting of Adah chapter Tuesday at 7:30 p. m. The meeting will be preceded by a dinner at 6:30 p. m. NORTHWOOD—The American Legion Auxiliary will hold its regular meeting Wednesday at 8 p.' m. at the Legion club rooms. DUMONT—The W. S. W. S. of the Salem E. U. B. church will observe annual guest day in the church parlors Thursday. ACKLEY—The Etna Township Homemakers will meet at the home of Mrs. Cleeton at 1:30 p. m. Wednesday. THIS WEEK AT THE THEATERS Iowa City Clergyman Baptists Plan to Address Schoolmen //u . West Union— Doctor Lewis L. rlCirVGSl Dunnington, pastor of First Methodist church of Iowa City, will be guest speaker at the annual dinner of the Fayette County Schoolmasters and their wives at the Arlington Methodist church Wednesday, Oct. 12, at 6:30, according to County Morse. Superintendent A. S. // BEATTY PERFORMS—Clyde Beatty, famous circus performer and animal trainer, plays himself in the laugh-producing Abbott and Costello film, "Africa Spreams," showing at the Cecil. Frank Buck, Buddy Baer, Max Baer and Hillary Brook are also in the cast. LETTER FOR THREE—Ann Sothern, Linda Darnell and Jeanne Grain aren't happy with a letter just received in "A Letter to Three Wives," showing at the Strand. It informs the wives that one of their husbands has run off with the town's most attractive female. LAVISH TECHNICOLOR — Frank Sinatra and Kathryn Graysoh are co-starred in "The Kissing Bandit," showing at the Palace theater. It is a big, bold and different tech- nicolor musical. Featured also are Ricardo Montalban, Ann Miller and Cyd Charisse in dances. Doctor Dunnington was in Moscow when the revolution broke on Nov. 7, 1917. He has spent much time in Russia studying the unfolding of the strange experiment of the Russians. In 1939 he was sent to Europe as a newspaper man to write 12 articles on "The Danger Spots in Europe." In the fall of 1948, he took a flying tour of 7 countries of Europe in ordef to gather first hand information about the standing of communism in Europe. He has been pastor of the Methodist church at Iowa City for the past 6 years. at Forest City Forest City — Annual harvest home festival of the American Baptist church will be observed at the church here Sunday, the Rev. Clair Saliers, pastor, announced. The Rev. Harold Scholes, pastor of the Campus Baptist church of Ames, will.be special speaker at afternoon and evening services of the homecoming. Mr. Saliers will deliver the morning sermon. The program will include many special musical numbers and a fellowship dinner in the church at noon. Returns Verdict Garner—The petit jury in the case of the National Life Insurance company vs. W. S. Pritchard, doing business as the Garner Auto company and Lloyd Anderson, tried in the Hancock county district court here this week, brought in a verdict for the plaintiff in the sum of $437. NEARS QUOTA Garner—The 1949-50 membership in the Giffofd Olson post oi the American Legion has crossec _ Maion City Globe-Uazelte, M»i»n Cltjr, I*. he 130 mark, according to announcement by post officials. The quota for the Garner post is 17G and a special effort will be made to go over the top by Armistice day. DANCEI Rudd, Iowa SAT., OCT. 8 MUSIC BY RAY ALTO'S COWBOYS MEET OCTOBER—If you haven't met October, horse of the month, it's time to see "The Return of October," showing at the State from Sunday through Monday. Glenn Ford and Terry Moore are the bright stars in this romantic comedy about horses and racing. NEW TWOSOME—Terry Moore and Ben Johnson, two of Hollywood's fastest rising stars, share stellar honors with Robert Armstrong and Frank McHugh in "Mighty Joe Young," showing at the Lake theater from Sunday through Monday. It's unusual adventure. NEW FRIENDSHIP—This is the beginning of a beautiful friendship in "Without Reservations," showing at the Drive-In theater from Sunday through Monday. John Wayne and Claudette Colbert are co-starred, with Don DeFore adding the support and comedy touches. Anderson to Manage Garner Lumber Yard Garner—Robert L. "Bing" Anderson, for the last several months acting manager of the Wopdford- Wheeler lumber yard here, has been appointed permanent manager, rising to the position after less than 2 years in lumber yard work. The board of directors of Woodford-Wheeler, which owns 9 yards in this area, named Anderson at a meeting at its Clear Lake headquarters. Anderson took over as acting manager upon the death of the former manager, Frank Morrow, in January this year. Anderson has been with the local yard since March 15, 1948. He came here from Clear Lake where he had worked at the parent lumber yard for 2 months. Late in January, of the same year he started in his occupation, being employed by Wpodford-Wheeler in Ventura. "Bing" was born and reared By CARL WRIGHT It has remained for comedians Bud Abbott and Lou Costello to invade Africa for the first time for laugh purposes alone in "Africa Screams," showing at the Cecil theater. Appearing with Bud and Lou are other top personalities, as Clyde Beatty,' famed lion tamer and circus star; Frank Buck, noted big game hunter; Max Baer; "THEATERS AT A GLANCE CECIL—"Afrlc*. Screams" now showing PALACE—"The Kissing: Bandit" »nd "Rim of the Canyon" now showing:. STRAND—"teller to Three AVives" and "Gay Amigo" now showing. STATE—"Hit the Ko»d" and "The Return of Daniel Boone" close Saturday. "The Return pt October" and a Johnny Mack Brown feature open Sunday. LAKE—"The Gallant Legion" and "The Mutineers" close Saturday. "Mighty Joe Young" opens Sunday. DEIVE-IN—"The Plunderers" closes Saturday. "Without Reservations" opens Sunday. noted big game hunter; Max Baer, former world heavyweight cham- pipon; his brother, Buddy Baer; Hillary Brooks, leading lady; and Joe Besser and Shemp Howard, comedians. "Africa Screams" was adapted from an original story by Earl Baldwin, and was directed by Charles Barton. # # * Frank Sinatra and Grayson, the singing morrow Means Romance." Co- featured is "Rim of the Canyon," with Gene Autry in a dual role. * * * The action of the intricate, yet entertaining story of "A Letter to Three Wives," showing at the Strand theater, takes place in a single day, when 3 girls leave on a picnic excursion with the unsettling news that "Addie" has left town with one of their husbands. Jeanne Grain, Linda Darnell and Ann Sothern are the stars. Co- featured is "The Gay Amigo." hero of the screen of unique temperament, one that is expressed in devastating ferocity and heroic kindness. The title character of the show, Joe Young, is a tremendous gorilla. * * * "Without Reservations," a gay comedy that came out of the war, opens at the Drive-in Sunday. John Wayne, Claudette * * * "The Return of October," a light-hearted romantic comedy starring Glenn Ford and Terry Moore, opens at the State theater Sunday. It has a bitter-sweet appeal, this story about an uncle and a race horse. Co-featured is- a Johnny Mack Brown western, with Fuzzy Knight. * * * "Mighty Joe Young," super- melodrama, opens at the Lake theater Sunday, with a gigantic Colbert and Don DeFore are costarred. The number of wild bear in the United States is believed to be increasing. . End Sat. — "Hit The Road" — "Return Daniel Boonc" Regr. Adm. Kathryn stars of southeast of Garner. He attended the Ventura schools and was graduated from Ventura high school. Mr. and Mrs. Anderson live in the new house they built in Garner since he began working here. \ Charles City Briefs Mrs. Ralph Anderson and the Jack Anderson family of Charles City, left for Denver, Colo., where they will make their home. Jack Anderson will return and work with his father in the Anderson Music House for a time until them move to their permanent residence in Denver. . ' -„ The Women's Relief Corps will hold its regular meeting Monday at 2:30 p. m. in the city hall. Refreshments will be served by Mrs. Bertha Vietor and her committee. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Farnham of Anderson, Cal., are the parents of a daughter, Kathryn Louise, born Sept. 24. The Farnhams were Charles City residents before moving to California. Mrs. Farnham is the former Mary Butterfield. The family also has 2 sons, John and Clifford, Jr. Alden Sears chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution will meet for a 6:30 p. m. dinner at Lucille's Tea Room Monday. Each member is asked by Darlie Hight, regent, to bring her copy of the chapter by-laws. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Stayner of Floyd are the parents of a daughter born at the Cedar Valley hospital Thursday. St Theresa's circle of the Sacred Heart guild will meet Monday at 8 p m., in the home of Miss Leona Jenn, 100 Seventh avenue. Mary Kuempel and Agnes Kielty serve as assisting hostesses. Dies in Illinois . — Mr. and Mrs. Emery Long were called to Mt. Morris, III on account of the illness and death of the former's father Elias Long, more than 90 years of age. Mr. Long and his family were pioneer residents of this neighborhood for many years, later moving to Mt. Morris, 111. Mr. Long is survived by 3 sons, Emery of Stil- fon, Ray of Freeport, Harvey of Chicago, and 1 daughter, Lulu, at borne. He was preceded in deatn by his wife and 2 sons. "Anchors Aweigh," are together again, in "The Kissing Bandit," showing at the Palace theater. The picture has 8 great songs, including "If I steal a Kiss," "What's Wrong Where Riverside Barn 725 No. Kentucky, Mason City DANCE SAT., OCT. 8 MUSIC BY HRUBES HUSKERS Barn Available for Private Dances FOR RESERVATIONS PHONE 1.192-J With Me?" "Love Is You Find It," and "To- Big Free Dance Tonite (Saturday) BUDDY FISHER'S BAND * Club Now Open from 12 Noon to 1 A. M. Plus _ "Gay Amigo" F.H1K at the Piano Mon. - Tues. - Thurs. - FrI. Ev«'» Al VETERANS' Club 1308 North Federal Phone 770 Brfnr your membership card In a Veis' organization. Free Dances Wednesday and Saturday ENJOY A REAL TREAT offer the game, show or dance ... at Tfie Soda Grill ENDS SATURDAY Rod Forrest Cameron Tucker In Color "The Plunderers" End "Gallant Legion" Sat. and "The Mutineers" MIDNIGHT SHOW SAT. AT 11:30 P. M. — AND SUNDAY - MONDAY ENJOY A DELICIOUS INNER • CHICKEN • STEAKS • CHOPS AND REGULAR MEALS Everything Sparkling New and Clean at THE NEW HOLLYWOOD CAFE 220 South Federal OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK — 7 A. M. TO I A. M. Plus — Cartoon — Frankie Carle and Orchestra News Continuous Sun. 1 to 11 P. M. c f\ » SUNDAY__ Kids y^ LAUGHS, TEARS, THRILLS ARE WHAT YOU WILL GET WHEN YOU SEE 111 1\ \ 1II HO ** : "? ~-v» TERRY MOORE JOHNNY MACK BROWN WESTERN with FUZZY KNIGHT DRIUEIN THE4TRE On Ilishway 18 Between Clcur Lake and Mason Clly Watch for the OPENING Adults 60c Children Under 12 FREE Hox Office Opens fi:15 Two Shows Nightly at 7 and 9 of the DANCE I AVALON BALLROOM Manly, Iowa Sat, Oct. 8 Music By THE VIKING Accordion Band Benefit Dance Tues., Oct. 11 Sponsored By The Carpenter Sportsman Club Music By The Scandinavian Accordion Band STILL 2 BIG NITESTOGO! Tonite, Sat., Oct. 8th MAL DUNN Sunday, Oct. 9th "386 Pounds of Fun" TINY HILL With His Double Shuffle Beat plus "Angry" $1.23 plus Tax Per Person IOWA'S WONDER SHOW PLACE NO. SHORE • CLEAR LAKE. IA SUNDAY - MONDAY ADDED FUN Color Cartoon "PURLOINED PALLADIUM MASON CITY'S NEWEST AND FINEST ENTERTAINMENT CENTER -,v^«™ MIDNIGHT SHOW TONIGHT | Featuring 4 Evenings oE Roller Skating 2 evenings of DANCING EACH WEEK * New Hardwood Maple Floor New Snack Bar Indirect Lighting - Beautifully Decorated Completely Remodeled For Your Relaxation Enjoyment ^•^W Mf^-~ 1 Mile West of Mason City between Highways 18 & 106 NOW SHOWING Cooki What* in AFRICA JCY-BOte -ACE IN 4JOT WATER AGAIN m. TV\KK€ST LAFF-RICA! IT'S TOPS FOR GRAND FAMILY ENTERTAINMENT!

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