Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on October 6, 1949 · Page 10
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 10

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, October 6, 1949
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.,18 Oct. 5, 1949 Masou City Globe-Gaxette, Mason City, la. Iowa May Play to 3 Successive Capacity Crowds Iowa City, (&)— The University of Iowa football team may play to capacity crowds the next 3 Saturdays if the weather co-operates. Business Manager Frank Havlicek said Tuesday he expected' 48,000 for the Hawkeyes' Big Ten opener against Illinois Saturday. But, he said, given good weather, the crowd might swell to a capacity 53,000. Havlicek said tickets are going fast for the Indiana homecoming game Oct. 15, and the Northwestern contest Oct. 22. The state flower of Alabama is the goldenrod. There's a CASTLE on the label...and Quality in the beer :opyrlght 1949. G. HeUem»a Brewing Co., La Crowe, WUcomla Bowling CITY BOWLING STANIHNGS W. 1. KICM U t j'o-Mo Photo II) a kick's Uowling Center 10 'A Northwestern Cement I) 3 Miller's High Life K I roh Spruy Paint 1 6 Tip Top 7 B V. P. W. A T 5 Sarla Trunsfer (i U Johnston'* Flowers 0 (i Kozy Korner . .. U (i NIchol's Farm Equipment (I U Reab's D-X, Manly « n llub Clothiers 5 7 Lltlle Chef 0 7 V. F. W 0 7 Credit Bureau *.. 3 0 Decker Brothers , 2 10 Sears Roebuck 1 11 Parkit Markit 0 12 CITY BOWLING LEAGUE RESULTS Won 1st 2nd Srd H.C. Tot. Co-Mo Photo . a 7H5 83(1 751 428 2715 Johnston's Fl.. 1 8041 SOU 732 261 2GC2 K. Sweeney 187, 585. Hub Clothiers. 0 757 &U 830 345 277G Grou Spr. Pt.. 3 H»8 !)0t) 881 387 3028 II. Fairbanks 223; U. Hell 55i). Nichols Farm .0 717 733 801 318 25(19 Dick's Bowling 3 817 8!)0 816 275 2708 Dude Lee 212; U. Hughes 3S4. Kenb D-X ...» 08!) ?57 88!) 432 27117 Credit Bureau 0 "2'l 715 7115 318 2552 B. Kelber 212; E. Boyett 521. Tip Top 3 743 783 875 295 209G Sears Roebuck 1 (!!)! 700 677 541 2515 Babe Eau Claire 232, 582. Mason City B Grid Team Scores 21-0 Win at Albert Lea Albert Lea — The Mason City high school B team defeated the Albert Lea Bs here Tuesday on the gridiron 21-0. John Bugler ripped off 55 yards in 2 plays and Rocky Saunders scored from 7 yards out on the 3rd play of the game. In the 3rd period, the winners got a safety and Saunders ran back the following kickoff 65 yards for a 15-0 lead. Tyler Stewart took a 30-yard pass from Engler for the final tally. 803 7U7 902 282 2754 850 882 828 231 2791 Little Chef ... ] KICM ........ a Penny 235; Balek 577. N. W. Cement. 2 867 712 834 308 2722 U. P. W. A. .. 1 083 721) 089 423 S524 Sid Bemls 200; Cecil Abbott 223. Partlt Markit. 0 630 713 741 450 2540 Miller's High L. 3 757 744 7114 381 2676 B. Nye, R. Abbott 188; L. DeSomery 404. Kory Korner . 1 791 711 720 450 2C72 V. F. W ...... 3 730 70S 751 309 2643 W. Duncan 139; Al Bobek 474. Decker Bros. . 0 779 644 773 405 2fiOl Barta Trans. . 3 831 819 779 447 2876 A. B. Dernek 193, 550. Eisenhower Corrected on His Evaluation of All-Time Shortstops New York, (ff") —Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower told a class of Columbia university freshmen Tuesday that when he was a boy he wanted to grow up to be another Honus Wagner, onetime great shortstop for the Pittsburgh Pirates. "They never have produced as good a shortstop as Wagner," said the university president. The class interrupted him with shouts of "Rizzuto! Rizzuto!" . Phil Rizzuto is the New York Yankee shortstop. The general just grinned. NORTHWOOD GOLFERS DEFEAT LAKE MILLS Northwood—In an interclub golf match held here, Northwood golfers defeated a team from Lake Mills 10-6. Low medal score for the 18 holes resulted in a tie between Ernie Asmundson of Lake Mills and Dick Johnson of Northwood, both with 72s. By CARL WRIGHT Charm and distinction feature "Enchantment," Samuel Goldwyn's newest screen masterpiece, which opens at the Cecil theater Thursday. David Niven, Teresa Wright, Evelyn Keyes and Farley Granger have stellar roles in this delightfully-told tale o£ 2 love affairs THEATERS AT A GLANCE CECIL—"In the Good Old Summertime" closes Wednesday. "Enchantment" opens Thursday. PALACE—"Shockproofand "Miss Mink of 1040" now bhowluf. STRANU —"The Girl From Manhattan" and "Winner's Circle" now showing. STATE—"Hit the Road" and "Return or Daniel Boone" now showing. LAKE—"Vou're My Everything" now showing. DIUVK-IN—"Pitfall" now showing. that take place half a century apart, but both in the same setting—a stately and gracious old London home. Irving Reis' sympathetic direction and John Patrick's adroitly- written screenplay on the Rumer Godden novel, contribute to the film's stature. * * * "Shockproof," Columbia drama showing at the Palace theater, starring Cornel Wilde and Patricia Knight, is a Jove story told against the background of California's system of parole work aimed at aiding prisoners deemed capable of rehabilitation. Lois Collier has the title role in "Miss Mink of 1949," co-feature spoofing the radio giveaway shows. * * * A chuckling tale of an ex-All American fullback minister is told in "The Girl From Manhattan," showing at the Strand theater. | George Montgomery, Charles Laughton and Dorothy Lamour are the stars. "The Winner's Circle" is co-featured, with Jean Wiles, Bob Howard, Morgan Farley and Johnny Longden. It pounds with thrills and drama. * # * Moves to Brltt Britt—John Millard of Garner will come to Britt the fore part of October to work as operator in the Wilwaukee depot. Dennie Halyer- son has been working here since the former operator, Joe Carney, took over a similar position at Emmetsburg. The Millard family will occupy the house of Floyd Sweet. Gladys George is starred with Barton MacLane and the Dead End Kids in "Hit the Road," showing at the State theater. It's the story of a group of boys, orphaned sons of gangsters slain in an underworld war. "Wild" Bill Elliott is starred in the co-feature, "The Return of Daniel Boone." * * * "You're My Everything," showing at the Lake theater, is a musical that exploits the flamboyant 20s, when the movies were passing from silents to talkies. Dan Dailey and Anne Baxter are the co-stars. * * * "Pitfall," with Dick Powell and Lizabeth Scott, is showing at the Drive-In theater. It's a suspense story oil an insurance adjuster. The Bronx Zoo exhibits a pair of gorillas behind glass for their own protection from the coughs and colds of human beings. Now Reg. Adm. Mat. 30c Eve. 35c Kids 14c SHOR 100% ALL WOOL SHARKSKIN SUITS MEN! Here it is! All wool sharkskins at a price you can afford to pay. Hard finish fabrics that will hold the press and resist the wear. Choose from a vast variety of tans, browns, blues, grays and all the popular fall shades, in both single and double breasted. See them NOW. OTHERS $39.50 TO $85 TflEt^HTJB ON FEDERA1 JUST OFF STATE • LONGS • SHORTS • STOUTS • REGULARS HAMPTON HOMECOMING TO BE HELD FRIDAY Hampton —The annual homecoming celebration of Hampton high 'school will be held Friday. The highlight of, the day will be the •football game with Algona in the evening and the crowning of the queen between halves of the game. A parade of students featuring the queen candidates, grid team and cheer leaders, will be held in the afternoon. A snake dance, bonfire and pep rally will be held Thursday evening. WATCH THAT STEGER Iowa City — Iowa's Hawkeyes will be casting a wary eye at Illinois' Russ Steger in Saturday's Iowa-Illinois game at Iowa City. The Illinois senior has staged some of his greatest offensive performances in 3 games against the Hawkeyes. He's scored 24 points in the last 3 games, going across for the only score in the 1946 7-0 victory, twice more in the 1947 35-12 triumph, and once more last year as Illinois won 14-0. NOW! THRU THURSDAY PALACE CORNEL WILDE PI,US ;;> Patricia KNIGHT ..,-; !• mi I 'I "MISS MINK OF 1910" NOW! THRU FRIDAY STRAND HERE and THERE Thompson—Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Thorsheim left for Denver, Colo., where they plan to live. Lawrence recently received his B. S. degree in electrical engineering and business administration at the University of Minnesota. They have been visiting at the parental Bert Thorsheim home. Rockford—William F. Cahalan, son of H. C. Cahalan, returned from Denver, Colo., by plane, making the trip in less than 6 hours', Garner — Victor Loebig, president of »the Hancock REA, and H. L. Bush, project superintendent, attended the recent state REA conference at Des Moines. Meservey — Mr. and Mrs. Albert Wendel have returned from several weeks of vacation and have resumed their duties at the postoffice. Goodell—Mrs. E. J. Schneider went to Moville to spend a few days in the home of her daughter, Mrs. Dale Schriner. Meservey—The Rev. and Mrs. E. Kampman visited Mrs. Kampman's mother at Ackley for a few days and helped clean house for her mother. . Fredericksburff—Mervil Probert of Chicago was a recent guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Keeling. Meservey — Mrs. L. B. Hulsebus went to Janesville, Wis., to be with her-sister, who is ill. Burchinal—Mr. and Mrs. Dono- ovan Bates and family were recent guests in the home of John Kennedy at Fertile. Greene—Dr. and Mrs. R. L. Ladwig left Wednesday for San Francisco, Cal., taking Dr. Lad- wigs aunt Mrs. Mildred Duncan j back to her home. Thompson—The Rev. and Mrs. G. F. Guklberg and children, John and Ruth, are visiting Mrs. Guldberg's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Koschmann, at Merrill, Wis. Northwood—Mrs. Bertha Bogenrief returned to her home at Moorhead, Minn., after a 2 weeks' visit with her sister, Mrs. Kristofa Krgness, in Northwood. Rake—Mr. and Mrs. Art Carlson and Max and Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Goodell of Millerton were guests at the R. H. Hart home a few days. Burchinal—Guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Staley, Sr., were Mr. and Mrs. Gean Grouettc and family of Mason City. Bode — Mr. and Mrs. Anton Janssen of Glenwood, Minn., are visiting at the homes of Mr. Janssen's daughters, Mrs. Donald Bakken and Mrs. Donald Aure. Greene—Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Burroughs and sons, Maynard and Cliff, are in Silverton, Ore., where they attended the funeral of their son and brother. Calmar—Mr. and Mrs. Edward Luzum and daughter, Rosetta and Marie Holton, attended the 2nd district v rural mail carriers' convention.* Swea City—Banker W. F. Carlson returned Sunday evening from Rochester where he had been with his wife, who remained for treatment at a hospital. Lone Rock—Joan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Flaig, left for Minneapolis to resume her college studies. FREE DANCE TONIGHT MUSIC BY THE COUNTRY CLUBBERS Legionnaire Club Ballroom 317 North Federal Club Opens 12 Noon Start the Day Right! BREAKFAST AT THE EADMAR Whether You Want a Cup of Coffee or Ham 'n Eggs and Pancakes EADNAR COFFEE SHOP Plus — "WINNER'S CIRCLE" KIDS.. UTTU TOUCH GUYS. "HIT the ROAD' Plus "WILD BILL" ELLIOTT in "Return of Daniel Boone' ,. FREE DANCE TONIGHT and SATURDAY NIGHT ADMISSION BY MEMBERSHIP CARD VFW 1315 4th St. S. W. BOX OFFICE OPENS 6:45 DRIUE-IN THEATRE On Illehwar 18 Between Clear Lake and Mason City Adults GOc Children Under 12 FREE NOW SHOWING THRU THURSDAY Added Fun Shell Shocked Eggs" "Well Oiled" Action In Sports L CLEAR LAKE NOW .THRU THURS. ll'll Make The Old Feel Younf, And The Young 1'ounrer! Flus-Cartoon-Spot is-News Still 4 Big NitesToGo! Thurs., October 6th POLIO BENEFIT DANCE Morrow Melodians Friday, October 7th BOB'S HILLBILLIES (Western) Saturday, October 8th MAL DUNN (Modern) SUNDAY, OCT. 9TH "386 Pounds of Fun" TINY HILL With His Double Shuffle Beat Orch. Hear Him Play "Angrry." - $1.23 plus Tax Per Person. BALL ROOM CLEAR LAKE IOWA ' USE THE G-G CLASSIFIED ADS KAIX OB CLEAR — TWO SHOWS EACH NIGHT STARTING AT 7 AND n Coming Friday and Saturday HOP CAMERON In "THE PLUNDERERS" VETS! VETS! VETS! BIG FREE DANCE TONITE (Wednesday) BUDDY FISHER'S BAND * New Club Hours: 12 Noon to 1 A. M. Serving Lunches from 12 o'clock on Thru Afternoon Hours Evening: Delicious Dinner Menus * EDIE at the Piano Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday Evenings Another FREE DANCE Saturday Night AU VETERANS'« 1308 N. Federal Phone 770 Bring your card showing yonr membership In * Veil' organisation. Attend the Polio Benefit Dance At the Surf . . . October 6th Ends Wed. "In The Good Old Summer Time" Van Johnson — Judy Garland • In Color CERRO GORDO COUNTY POLIO BENEFIT DANCE! SURF BALLROOM THURSDAY, OCT. 6 MORROW'S MELODIANS 10-Piece All-Girl Orchestra and Entertainers. BUY YOUR TICKETS NOW! THE DILLON CO. RAY SENEY'S JEWELRY — DECKER BROS. AND AT ALL SERVICE CLUBS ADMISSION ONLY $1.00 ' (Inch Fed. Taxes) SPONSORED BY AMVETS POST 92 100% OF PROCEEDS GO TO CERRO GORDO COUNTY POLIO FUND Buy a Ticket and Attend— Your Dollar May Help a Friend. HAVE FUN AND DANCE —- KILL POLIO'S CHANCE! CECIL 2 DAYS ONLY — THUR. - FRI. Another "Best" From The Producer Of "The Best Years Of Our Lives" PLUS — CARTOON — NEWS A Story To Warm Every Heart That Comes Under Its Spell!

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