Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on September 29, 1949 · Page 9
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Schools Operate Patrol at Manly Manly — Following the same plan as last year a school safety patrol for both the public and parochial schools is in effect. During the hours when children are crossing railroad tracks or street crossings, these places will be .patroled by boys from the upper grades. A new stop sign has been placed Bouth of the public school, and an article has been published locally that any violators of these signs will have their name and the number of their car published. land while Mr. Cooper was serving with the U. S. forces there. Garner Family Plans Air Trip to England Garner—Mr. and Mrs. James Cooper and son, .Randy, plan to leave early next month for England where they will visit, at the home of Mrs. Cooper's parents. Cooper, a former deputy sheriff of Hancock county, is now employed by the Garner Motor Sales company in the sales department. They plan to make the trip by air. The Coopers were married in Eng- Church Holds Festival Joice—The annual fall mission festival was held Sunday at the Elk Creek Lutheran church east of Joice served by the Rev. Thor Sigmond of Kensett. The Rev. Eric Solvik of Northfield, Minn., a former missionary, was the guest speaker. The festival offering totaled $1,385. Joice—Mr. and Mrs. T. O. Gordon have received word of the birth of a new grandson Sept. 16 to Dr. and Mrs. Edward Clark at Detroit, Mich. ON YOUR NEW OIL HEATER NOW! THROUGH SATURDAY, OCT. 1 WE'LL GIVE YOU $50 TO APPLY ON YOUR PURCHASE OF AN EVANS OIL HEATER Your Choice of 2 Super-Deluxe Heaters Model 168-D Regular $179.50 (65,000 B. T. U. an Hour) With $50 Savings Coupon Only 129 50 Model 158-D Regular $159.50 (55,000 B. T. U. an Hour) With $50 Savings Coupon Only . 50 -—V^-^-l Beautiful furniture design . . . fan forced floor level heat Low operating cost . . . Fireplace \vin- ^ dow . . . Automatic convenience . . . Many other features you must see to appreciate! YOU DON'T HAVE TO OWN A HEATER IN ORDER TO TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THIS AMAZING OFFER i Just Clip This Coupon $ 50 ~i * YOUR SAVING COUPON WORTH | Toward the Purchase i of a New EVANS OIL 1 HEATER I Just present this coupon at time of purchase for this special savings. Buy Now on Our Convenient Terms or Use Our Layaway Plan GELAND SKELGAS and APPLIANCE 18 South Delaware Ave. Phone 5574 Mason City Refresh... Add Zest To The Hour Mother, Daughters to Sail for Japan Rake — Mrs. Clarence Ellquist and 2 young daughters left for Seattle, Wash., and were to sail from there for Yokohama, Japan, to join S/Sgt. Ellquist who preceded his family to Japan where he will be stationed for 3 years. Susan is 2 years and Claudia will be a year old Ihis fall. Sgt. Ellquist had served in the navy before enlisting in the army last spring. son City, . Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Brown and Glenn and Charles Austin, and Mr. and Mrs. Samuel B. Swartz, Daniel and David, enjoyed a family dinner Sunday in honor of Mrs. Rooth's birthday. Attend Funeral Goodell—Mr. ami Mrs. Merle Ruka went to Rowan to attend the funeral of the latter's cousin, Edward Drury of Los Angeles, Cal., who died in a Rochester hospital following a few weeks' illness of leukemia. Sept. 28, 1949 17, Maion City Glote-G««U«, M»i«n City, Ift. Plan Bazar, Supper Wesley—Methodist women will hold their annual bazar and chicken supper Thursday, Oct. 13. Enjoy Family Dinner Ilanlontown—Mrs, Carl Rooth of Hinsdale, 111.; Mr. and Mrs. D. N. Pierson of Minneapolis, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Sears of Fayette; Mr. and Mrs. N. D. Me- Enelly, Sandra and Gary of Ma- Globe-GazeUe Photo TRAVELING TRUCK DISPLAY HERE—The complete iine of GMC trucks was shown at the Lapiner Motor company Monday with a number of factory representatives on hand to demonstrate the latest features of the line. A free movie was shown in the evening. Shown here is the largest model of GMC, a 65,000 pound gross rating diesel and alongside, a V-j ton pickup. R. F. Powell, St. Paul, district manager of the General Truck Equipment company is at left, W. F. Lynch, General Equipment president, center, and Nate Lapiner of the local garage, right. ous stories of Warner Bros.' By CARL WRIGHT Bringing to the screen one of the most absorbing and tempestu- the past decade, film version of "The Fountainhead," opens at the Cecil Thursday. The film was adapted from the famed Ayn Rand novel which swept the country as a best-seller a few years ago. Starring Gary Cooper as Roark, the architect, and Patricia Neal as Dominique, the picture is most DANCE Wednesday, Sept. 28 IOOF HALL Hampton, la. Music By MAPLE LEAF COWBOYS THEATERS AT A GLANCE HERE and THERE Swaledale—Mrs. Susan England accompanied her son, Ed England, and family when they returned to their home in Byron, 111. Swaledale—Mr. and Mrs. Norman Adams of New York City were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Bradshaw and family. Thompson—Mrs. Helen Anderson of Albin, Wyo., and Mrs. Mary Anderson of Forest City visited relatives here recently. Wesley—Dr. and Mrs. S. H. Wessels of Pontiac , 111., spent several days at the Lpn Gouge home. They own the farm tenanted by the Gouge family. Thompson—Mr. and Mrs. Percy Hagenson and Art Hagenson are visiting this week at Spooner, Wis., at the homes of Percy and Art's sisters, Mrs. Grant Bray and Mrs. c E CIL.— "Miehty Joe Young" closes clarence Brav Wednesday. "The Fountainhcad" opens »-""-<=iiv.c -»-aj. Thursday. PALACE —"Criss Cross" and "Jungle Patrol" now showing. STRAND —"The Paradlne Case" anil "Home in San Antone" now showing. STATE—"Michael O'Halloran'' and "Race Street" now showing. LAKE—"It Happens Every Spring" now showing. DRIVE-IN—"Flying Tigers" now showing. ambitious. It's the story of a young architect who fights against complacency and tradition in behalf of his own work. # * * "Criss Cross," showing at the Palace theater, is a deep-running melodrama that pulsates with excitement. With a strong set of characters, a. documentary treatment of its crime plot, and a mood of irony as human figures move tragically toward their downfall, the film offers suspense and realism. Hurt Lancaster, Yvonne De Carlo and Dan Duryea are the stars. "Jungle Patrol" is co-featured. «• David O. Selznick brought to America the most important feminine star in. England to play the role of Lady Keane, Gregory Peck's wife, in "The Paradine Case," showing at the Strand theater. . She is Ann Todd, internationally acclaimed for her role of Francesca in "The Seventh Veil. Roy Acuff is the star of the co- feature. "Home in San Antone." * * * The dramatic story of a racing handicapper's efforts to avenge the murder of a pal, is developed in "Race Street," offering at the State theater, with George Raft, William Bendix and Marilyn Maxwell. Raft plays the handicapper. Scotty Beckett, in the title role, is co-starred with Allene Roberts in the co-feature, "Michael O'Halloran." LeRoy, Minn.—A son was born Wednesday evening at St. Olaf hospital, Austin, to Mr. and Mrs. F. Cummings. She was Doris Hanson before her marriage. Britt—Miss Pat Senneff left for the University of Minnesota. Northwood — John S. Veenker left for New York City, where he is attending the national druggist convention. Mr. Veenker is 5th vice president of the organization. He is expected home Monday. Meservey—Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Raecher spent a few days at Davenport with Mr. and Mrs. Paul Leckey and daughter, Britt—Mrs. Mary Baker of Williams, Cal., was entertained at the home of Mr.' and Mrs. Charles Miller and Walter Brooks. LeRoy, Minn.—Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Roy, Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Wahl and Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Hailing spent a few days fishing at Woman Lake near Hackensack. Ackley—Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kitzke of Salem, Ore., are the proud parents of a daughter born Sept. 19. Mrs. Kitzke formerly was Evona Steenblock of Ackley. Britt—Britt Masons and Eastern Star members will attend the installation of the Garner Rainbow assembly at Garner Wednesday night. Popejoy—Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Altizer and Mr. and Mrs. Neil C. Baker and family visited .in the Will Kauffman home at Audubon, also with relatives at Omaha, Nebr., recently. Wesley — Mrs. Johanna Hansen Laura, of Des the Lawerence and daughter, Moines visited Hansens and Paul Engens several days recently. Ray Milland is cast in the key role in "It Happens Every Spring," showing at the Lake theater. He is aided and abetted by Paul Douglas, who enacts the role of the team's wise-cracking catcher. Jean Peters provides Milland's love interest. # * * John Wayne, John Carroll and Anna Lee have the leading roles n "Flying Tigers," showing at the Drive-In theater. The film unfolds he dramatic story of the lives and oves of the men who gravely met danger and death in the sky%vays ] over Burma. Ask for it either way . .. both trade-marks mean the same thing. BOTTLED UNDER AUTHORITY OF THE COCA-COIA COMFANY »Y MASON CITY COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY ftl-S South Federal Ave. " Phone 1800 o , 74? Th> CtK . 0 . Co , a company \ Guide to Travel In the United States When you start on that next trip you are contemplating, you will need this up-to-date map of the United States. Printed on strong paper in 5 colors, 21x28 .nches. It shows the United States with all its territories and possessions. The time zones are shown, as well as ?*i air map, and nileage tables between cities, by air, highway and railroad. "What ;o See"—on the back of the map is a long list of many unusual and out-of-the-way scenic spots in each state and the main facts about them. Order your map today; 15 cents postpaid. —Use This Coupon— The Mason City Globe-Gazette, Information'Bureau, 316 Eye St., N. E., Washington 2, D. C. I enclose 15 cents in coin (carefully wrapped in paper) for a copy of the Map of the United States. Name FREE DANCE TONIGHT MUSIC BY Tire COUNTRY CLUBBERS Legionnaire Club Ballroom SIT North Federal Club Opens 13 Noon Street or Rural Route City State (Mail to Washington, D, C.) E A/JOY A TASTY SNACK After the Show at the EADAAAR COFFEE SHOP NOW! THRU THURS. •0*1 IANCASUR •^VVOHNI ' D«CARLO CROSS Plus 'Jungle Patrol" OPENING FRIDAY "Belle Starr's Daughter" and "Set-Up" NOW! THRU FRIDAY Gregory Peck In 'The Par a dine Case' Plus — Roy Acuff in FREE DANCE TONIGHT Music By Wayne Pringle's Orchestra VFW 1315 4th St. S. W, Clear Lake NOW! ENDS THURS. A Riot of Curved Pitches and Curvy Cuties! 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Attend the POLIO BENEFIT DANCE Surf Ballroom . . . October 5 Box Office Opens 6:45 Adults 60c Rain or Clear — Two Shows Each Night at 7 and 9, Children Under 12 FREE ON HIGHWAY 18 BETWEEN CLEAR LAKE and MASON CITY Now Showing Thru Thursday AN EPIC OF COURAGE ADDED FUN—"DANGEROUS DAN McFOO"—"SPRING FESTIVAL" Ends Wednesday "MIGHTY JOE YOUNG" Terry Moore Starts THURS. WHEN A ST«ON6 MAN DEFIES A WORLD OF HIDE-BOUND CONVENTIONS CfCVUi •DPER HE'S *OA»K WHO UVID IT NO RUIISI IKE'S DOMINIQUE WHO HAS TO tovt THAT WAYI RAYMONO MASSEY ROBERT DOUGLAS KENT SMITH R4K COLLINS FROM ONE OF THE GREATEST NOVELS OF OUR TIME!

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