Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on October 3, 1949 · Page 7
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THIS WEEK AT THE THEATERS SUMMERTIME —Judy Garland and Van Johnson make their first appearance together as the stars of the technicolor musical romance, "In The Good Old Summertime," showing at the Cecil theater from Sunday through Wednesday. i n the supporting cast are S. Z. "Cuddles Sakall, Spring Byington, Clinton Sundberg, Buster Keaton and Marcia Van Dyke. "Play That Barber Shop Chord" is one of tnemany old-time song hits. PRIZE-FIGHTER—Robert Ryan, cast as a third-rate prize-fighter, is once more hoping i'or success in his impending fistic encounter, in '.'The Set-Up," showing at the Palace theater. He brushes aside the foreboding of disaster voiced by his wife, Audrey Totter. It's a realistic drama of squared-ring fortunes. Robert Wise directed the picture,'which also presents George Tobias and Alan Baxter. Movie By CARL WRIGHT Judy Garland follows up her big success in "Easter Parade" with the romantic comedy, "In the Good Old Summertime," which opens at the Cecil theater Sunday. Co-starred are Van Johnson with that amiable character actor, S. Z. "Cuddles" Sakall. The offering also marks the return of Buster Keaton, famed comedy star oi silent films. Garnished with a flock of old and new song hits, the story has Judy as an employe in the music THEATERS AT A GLANCE CECIL— "FouiiJalnhead" closes Saturday "In the Good Old Summertime" opens Sunday. PALACE—"Belle Starr's Daughter" and "The Set-L T p" now showing. STHA'ND—"Whispering Smith" urul "Un known Island" now showing. STATE—"The Untamed Breed" iind "Whirlwind Raiders" close Saturday. "Adventures of Don Juan" and "Smoky Mountain Melody" open Sunday. LAKE—"My Own True Love" and "Lara- mle" close Saturday. "The Girl From Jones Beach" starts Sunday. UKIVE-IN—"Out of the Blue" closes Saturday. "The Farmer's Daughter" starts Sunday. :or of the throne of Spain. "Smoky Mountain Melody," with Roy Acuff, is co-featured. # # * One of the season's gayest girl- filled comedies opens at the Lake theater Sunday with "The Girl From Jones Beach." Runaid Reagan, Virginia Bracken are May and co-starred. Eddie Jones Beach is the fabulous New York public beach on Long Island. 7T "7? TV "The Farmer's Daughter," starring Loretta Young, Joseph Gotten and Ethel Barry more, is a comedy drama with political overtones between a winsome farm girl and a wealthy young congressman. Forest City Summit Adds Second Weekly Forest City —Ben Carter, publisher of the Forest City Summit, weekly newspaper, has announced that beginning next week the Summit Printing company will publish o 2nd weekly paper to be known as the Forest City News- Advertiser. The new paper will be published on Monday afternoons and Lhe Summit will continue to,be dated on. Thursday of each week. for Auto Crash Charles City—A $500 judgment! is asked in district court by Lloyd Anderson, of Rockford, from Mrs. W. E. Barrett and Jack Barrett, of Charles City, as the result of an automobile accident near Car- tersviile, Aug. 30. Anderson, in his petition, claims that he was driving south on a country road 2 miles east of Cartersville when his vehicle was struck by a car owned by Mrs. Barrett and driven by Jack Barrett. He alleges negligence on the part of Barrett whom he stated was coming from the west. The judgment is asked for damages to Anderson's car. Oct. 1, 1949 11 Mason Clly Globe-Gaulle, MUOB City. It. and other relatives in Cresco. •They came here from the Panama Canal zone. Chief Queel is on a 30-day leave from navy service at the conclusion of which he will report for a new assignment at Key West, Fla. Guests at Cresco Cresco—CPO Craig Queel and Mrs. Queel are visiting the former's grandmothers, Mrs. Mary Queel and Mrs. Frank Bronner, WESTERNER— Alan Ladd is a westerner in "W hispering Smith," showing at the Strand theater. It's a story of railroad hijacking in the old west. Costarred are Robert Preston and Brenda Marshall. DON JUAN —Erroll Flynn meets his enemies with the sword in "Adventures- of Don Juan," showing at -the State theater from Sunday through Monday. Co-starred is Viveca Lindfors in this technicolor romance. COMIC —Eddie Bracken, screen comedian, has an important role in "The Girl From Jones Beach," showing at the Lake theater from Sunday through Monday. Ronald Reagan and Virginia Mayo are starred. DAUGHTER — Loretta Young falls for Joseph Gotten in this scene from "The Farmer's Daughter," showing at the Drive-in theater, from Sunday through Monday. Ethel Barrymore is co-starred. Additional Sports Football Scores NORTH IOWA , Alfona 25; Eagle Grove 0. JJclmoiid 20; Buffalo Center 0. Charles City 32; Osagc 0. Clarion 13; Humboldt 0. Cresco 7; New Hampton 7. Forest City 24; Garner 0. Iowa City 20; Mason City 14. Iowa Falls ~(i; Clear Lake G. Ltvermore 4(1; Dows G. Manly 33; Greene 0. Nashua 40; Nora Springs 13. Northwood 13; Lake Mills 0. RiceviHe G; Rockford 0. Swea City 32; Grenada, Minn., 24, Waverly 19; Dccbrah 14. Webster City 23; Hnmplon 12. AROUND THE STATE Ames 28; Oskaloosa 6. Burlington 52; Kcokuk 0. Clinton 14; Cedar Rapids Roosevelt 0. Ce. Rap. Franklin 47; Ce. Rap. Wilson II. Carroll 32; Manning 0. Cherokee 18; Esthervllle 0. Dubuque Loras 44; I). Molncs Dowlirtf 20. Davenport 32; Cedar Rapids McKInlcy 7. Emmetsburg 20; Sheldon 0. Marshalltown 32; Boone 13. niuscatine 13; Washington 12. Newton 40; Grinnell 0. Otlumwa (i; Fairfield 0. Shenandoah 23; Ciarinda 7. Sioux City East 13; Sioux Falls, S. Dak., Washington 12. Spencer 27; Slbley 0. Waterloo West 27; Fort Dodge 10. DCS Moines North 13; DCS Moines Tech G. FRIDAY COLLEGE Boston College 13; Wake Forest 7. Maryland 33; Georgetown 7. Furman 14; South Carolina C, Villanova. Hi; Detroit 7. Iowa Teachers 27; N. Dak. Slate 6. St. Louis U. 48; Northeast (Mo.) State G. St. Thomas 27; Macalestcr 7. Hamlinc 13; St. Olaf 0. San Francisco 27; Loyola (Cat.) 12. U. C. L. A. 35; Oregon 27. Waverly Stops Decorah 19-14 to Stay Unbeaten Decorah — Unbeaten Waverly notched its 4th victory before a large crowd here Friday night as Decorah went to its first defeat 19-14 in a Northeast Iowa loop fray. It was the Gohawks 3rd success in the conference, putting them a long way toward another crown. The winners hauled the opening kickoff back 85 yards for a touchdown and then saw the Vikings score minutes later. Each team scored again as Decorah went' into the halftime with a 14-13 edge. Waverly put over, its winning marker in the 2nd half and had the ball on Decorah's 2 at the end of the game. Bowling PINBUSTER BOWLING LEAGUE Won 1st 2nd 3rd II.C. rTol Felco 3 U5!> 707 70!) .. . 201.' Duescubcrg- .. 0 582 till Bl'J !)!> li)0; M. Yezek ID!), 514. Rozcn Chcv. . 2 «7fi 033 50!) Falstaff 1 051 (XX 031 A. Wallace 175; Mizerski 415. Dick's Bowling 2 515 (>0() 017 Slale Brand .. 1 45« 433 451 M. Wolske 170, 452. Carl's Radio . . 3 58!) CMS 587 Younker's 0 471 47K 517 A. I'anknk 14(i, 421. Corn Country. 2 401 448 485 II & II Croc... 1 509 (ilO 189 W. Lee 16!), 411. 90 21 3 1S8 171 1805 1732 1552 17HL J (>() I KiOS STATE BRAND BOWLING LEAGUE Won 1st 3nd 3rd H.C. Tol. Corn Country. 3 OOtt 833 7(W UG 2357 Slate Brand .. 0 (iH 73!) U96 105 2154 Fred Gordon 219, fl44. llovcrcrcst .. 0 fifio 701 «72 lii.T 2201 Ilovcrlanrt ... S (i!>7 721 fi9S 223 2i)38 E. Bryant 194, 555. Iowa Teachers Score 31st Straight Loop Win By The Associated Press Iowa State Teachers college opened its 1949 football season in the North Central conference by winning its 31st consecutive loop victory. The Panthers whipped Morth Dakota State 27-6 at Fargo, N. Dak., Friday night to open its campaign for a 7th successive North Central conference football championship. In other games Friday night, Westmar blanked Yankton, S. Dak., 13-0 at Yankton. Dubuque university defeated Parsons 27-0 at Fairfield. Austin Jaycees Win 12-7 From Waldorf Austin —After a 0-0 first half, Austin junior college beat Waldorf of Forest City 12-7 here Friday night. Austin went ahead 6-0 after a 70-yard march with Hauer scoring from the 9-yard line. Dean Nerem of the Warriors roared 70 yards on a reverse and the conversion was good to put Waldorf ahead 7-6. Barrett went 20 yards on a reverse for the winning Austin touchdown. SWALEDALE BASEBALL CLUB DEFEATS MESERVEY 4-3 Swaledale —The Swaledale high school baseball team took ah 8- inning 4-3 game from Meservey here Friday. In the extra frame, Finnegan and Bramson drew walks and Enabnit singled home the winning run. Bob Gaffney pitched 6-hit ball for the winners while Jake Koenan hurled for Meservey and was reached for 5 blows. MOOSE BOWLING LEAGUE Won 1st 2nd 3rd II.C. Tot. Deacons 3 75(i 707 760 207 Toughies 1 (117 OHO 740 207 2SI4 Fcrrias W5; A. Nugent 5(M>. Old Timers .. 3 717 747 70(1 201 Fin.Getters ... 0 <i80 fi89 057 <H) Thornton ]!>2; J. Duncan 481. Hot Shots ..... U 77S (!!)0 711 Go Getters . . . U S!)0 <>05 579 Wells'170, 510. 21 SI 213 42!) 2118 22(13 Elected Club President Nora Springs —Dawes Tatum has been elected president of the Side- liners, the downtown quarterback club in Nora Springs. The nex meeting will be held Tuesday evening. DANCE Rudd, Iowa SAT., OCT. 1 MUSIC BY THE MAPLE LEAF COWBOYS Riverside Barn 725 No. Kentucky, Mason City DANCE Sat., Oct. 1 Music by HAPPY JAKE and His KANSAS CITY COWBOYS Barn Available for Private Dances FOR RESERVATIONS PHONE 1192-J VETS! VETS! BIG FREE DANCE TONITE (Saturday) Buddy Fisher's Band * It's a BIG NITE at the All Veterans' Club 1308 No. Federal Phone 770 Brine y° ur membership card In » Vets' organization. * Attend the Polio Benefit Dance at the Surf, Thursday, Oct. 6 POLIO BENEFIT DANCE Surf Ballroom Thurs., Oct. 6 Buy your tickets now! The Dillon Co. Ray Seney's Jewelry, Decker Bros, and At any Service Club Admission Only $1.00 (Incl. Fed. Taxes) Sponsored By Amvcts Post 92 HAVE FUN AND DANCE KILL POLIO'S CHANCE! DANCE AVALON BALLROOM MANLY, IOWA SAT., OCT. I Music By EARL HUNT AND THE DUDE RANCH BOYS DANCE TUES., OCT. 4 KENNY HOFER :xpect Mail Service •o Be Resumed Monday New Hampton—Mail service on he Milwaukee railroad from Fort Atkinson to Mason City which was disturbed following the wreck of a freight train at the bridge over Turkey river Thursday, is expected to be resumed by Monday. Temporary service now has a truck meeting the train from Chicago at Mason City, then hauling the mail back through here to Lawler, then returning to Mason ity. At 4 p. m., Friday the substitute service had not delivered mail that normally reaches here at 6:20 a. m. The temporary "service will be discontinued when the railroad bridge at Fort Atkinson is replaced. store owned by Sakall. Johnson is head clerk in the same store. * * * One of Broadway's best known actresses, Edith King, is seen in "Belle Starr's Daughter," showing at the Palace theater. For years Miss King played supporting roles in the plays done by the Alfred Lunts. George Montgomery- Rod Cameron and Ruth Roman are the stars. One of the greatest of screen ring battles is fought in the co- feature, "The Set-Up." •X- * * Alan Ladd goes western for the first time in his screen career in "Whispering Smith," showing at the Strand theater. The film is based on the famous novel by Frank H. Spearman. Co-starred are Robert Preston, Brenda Marshall and Donald Crisp. "Unknown Island" is co-featured, with Virginia Grey, Philip Reed, Barton MacLane and Richard Denning. * * * "Adventures of Don Juan," starring Errol Flynn and Viveca Liiid- fors, opens Sunday at the State theater. Flynn portrays the legendary lover, swordsman and sav- THRU MONDAY TASTY LUNCHES The Soda Grill "UNTAMED BREED" "WHIRLWIND RAIDERS" NOW! THRU TUESDAY END "JIY OWN TRUK LOVE" SAT, and "LARAMIE" The Apple of Every Guy's Eye! VIRCIVU ROV,»U> M\YO-UEAGAN BRACKEN wilh DONA DRAKE Henry THAVERS Plus — March of Time Disney Cartoon — News Continuous Sunday 1 to 11 fP»SSS Br enda Marshall. Donald Crisp. William Demarest J Plus—"UNKNOWN ISLAND" IF YOU NEED MUSIC for any special occasion such as WEDDINGS RECEPTIONS ANNIVERSARIES BIRTHDAYS BANQUETS PARTIES CONVENTIONS Phone 3700, 2800, 3047-W or Write RALPH GEER, 2 North Washington, Mason City, Iowa G«org« Montgomery Rod Cameron *ulh ' Roman —CO-HIT— Robert RYAN • Audrey TOTTER ROY ACUFF A ...COLUMN* MCTUK the New Delightful PALM ROOM OPENS TONIGHT For Your Evening of Dancing Pleasure ciionnctire d 317 No. Federal Phone 2032 ENDS TONIGHT "OUT OF THE BLUE" George Brent - Virginia Mayo TONIGHT Saturday, Oct. 1 HANK WINDERS SUN. — LYNN KF.RNS NITE NO. 1 Tues., Oct. 4th—Old-Time 6 FAT DUTCHMEN Kickoff of Regular Tuesday Nite Old-Time Dance Feature DRIVE-IN THEATRE On Highway 18 Between Clear Lake and Mason City Box Office Opens 6:45 Raiff or Clear Two Shows Each Night Starting at 7 and 9 Adults 60c Children Under 12 FREE SUNDAY AND MONDAY A Cultivating Cufr'e who found NJTE NO. 2 f Thursday, Oct. 6th POLIO BENEFIT MORROW MELODIANS (AM Girl Orch.) NITE NO. 3 Friday, Oct. 7th BOB'S HILLBILLIES NITE NO. 4 Saturday, Oct. 8th MAL DUNN (Modern) MIDNIGHT SHOW TONIGHT NITE NO. 5 Sunday, Oct. 9th '386 POUNDS OF MAN' TINY HILL With His Great Band Popularixer of "Angry" $1.23 -f Tax Per Person IOWA'S WONDER SHOW PLAGE NO. SHORE - CLEAR LAKE. IA. ^^r¥ter ENJOY A DELICIOUS DINNER •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 1 A. M. ENDS SATURDAY Gary Cooper "Fountainhead" CECIL Starts SUNDAY A y IT'S GOT ey£RYTf//NG THAT S^ T _^ */i/y/C"C/1 /2/vmA »*d Judy and '° Y . and songs and kissesl ...Take it from us/it's a terrific Technicolor musical! "Ptay That Barter- shop Chord" "Pot Your Arm* Arovml M*t M« Twiitlrt ta Ofwnrtawr "I Don't Can" mftJtUMM-IKCMK S. I "Cuddles" SAKAIL • SPRING BYINGTON • A ROBERT l. LEONARD PRODUCTION IT'S A SWEETHEART OF A PICTURE!

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