Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on September 24, 1949 · Page 13
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Divorces to 3 Given by Court Charles City —Richard E. Koenig •was given a. divorce decree from Lois E. Koenig by Judge Tom Boyntpn in district court on a cruel and inhuman treatment charge. They were married Nov. 9, 1946, and separated Sept. 10, 1949. They are the parents of one child, given into the custody of the plaintiff with the* proviso that the defendant may have the child for 2 months in the summer. Under a property settlement, the plaintiff gets thev; household furniture and the defendant gets the U. S. savings bonds in her possession. Marion M. Joslin of Rockford was given a divorce from Leo Joslin, now serving 5 years in Anamosa on a charge of grand larceny, being sentenced in Waverly, Bremer county, on Feb. 11, 1949, after pleading guilty to the charge. They were married at Lancaster, Mo., Oct. 10, 1942, and separated Feb. 5, 1949, when defendant was arrested.'Custody of 3 minor children was given to the plaintiff. Lo Letta I. Query was divorced from Howard E. Query on a cruel and inhuman treatment charge. The plaintiff formerly resided at Mason City where the couple was married May 30, 1946, separating March 20, 1949. One minor child was given into the custody of the plaintiff and the property was divided between the plaintiff and defendant. The plaintiff will pay 'own attorney fees and defendant will pay outstanding bills which amount to $2,15. By CARL WRIGHT "Command Decision," the most explosive story to come out of World war II, opens at the Strand theater Saturday, with an all-star cast headed by Clark Gable, Walter Pidgeon, Van Johnson, Brian Donlevy, Charles Bickford, John Hodiak and Edward Arnold. The tense and thrilling drama of a group of air-minded men who helped win victory for the Allies by striking a series of crip- THEATERS AT A GLANCE CECIL—"Canadian Pacific" now showing. PALACE—"Down Dakota Way" and "The Judge Steps Out" now showing. STRAND—"Nlfht Song" and "Outlaw Country" close Friday. "Command Decision" and "Blazlnc Trail" open Saturday. STATE—"Gun Smugglers" and "Jlggs »nd Maggie In Court" now showing. LAKE—"Rogues' Regiment" and "Ijrubu" Mat Holt and directed by Edwin L. Marin from a screenplay by Kenneth Grant and Jack DeWitt. * * * Smiles and sweet music greet the fans when popular Roy Rogers, pretty Dale Evans and Roy's comic side-kick, Pat Brady; get together in the Trucolor western, "Down Dakota Way," showing at the Palace. A jurist's belated fling at adventure and romance is the topic of "The Judge Steps Out," co-feature with Alexander Knox and Ann Sothern. now showing. DRIVE-IN—"Keep showing. 'Em Flying" now Provide Rooms for Highline Workers Eagle Grove—Don Mitchell, secretary of the Chamber of Commerce, reports that numerous rooms and 2 apartrrients have been listed with him for roomers who are to be located here in connection with the erection of an REA electric line running from Emmetsburg to Hampton. .Eagle Grove is to be headquarters for the Walco Engineering company of Tulsa, Okla., who are in charge of the work. The workers are expected here within the next 2 weeks. pling blows at the enemy against almost overwhelming odds is, the story which created a furor when presented as a Broadway play. "The Blazing Trail," co-featured, is a sagebrush thriller, with Charles Starr ett, Smiley Burnette and Marjorie Stapp. # * # Adventure in the northwest is the theme of "Canadian Pacific," showing at the Cecil. It's a melodrama revolving around the violent opposition encountered by the builders of the Canadian Pacific Railway through the Rockies. Randolph Scott, Jane Wyatt and J. Carroll Naish are the stars. The film was produced in Cinecolor by * # * Adventure and romance in the Old West motivate "Gun Smugglers," showing at the Strand theater, with Tim Holt. He has a two- fisted role as a cowpuncher who breaks up an outlaw gang. Martha Hyer has the feminine lead. "Jiggs and Maggie in Court" is co-featured. Joe Yule plays Jiggs and Renie Riano, Maggie. *• * * Dick Powell and Marta Toren ate co-starred in "Rogues' Regiment," showing at the Lake theater. Powell has the role of an American Intelligence, officer stationed with the French Foreign Legion in Saigon. Miss Toren is a Frenph secret service agent. "Urubu" is co-featured, a story of the Vulture people of the jungle. Mother Stricken, Family at Bedside Manly—Following a heart attack suffered by Mrs. C. H. Rob- erf s 10 days ago, all of her children and grandchildren were called to her bedside at Mercy hospital in Mason City. Mr. Roberts has been with her constantly. A daughter, Mrs. D. B. Pearson, came from Perryton, Texas. Another daughter, Mrs. Charles Wallace, was accompanied by a son- in-law and 2 grandchildren, Charles, Jr., and Eddy, from Fort Gibson, Okla. A son, Sgt. Charles Roberts, Jr., flew from San Diego, Cal. Mrs. Ruth . Spore, f> daughter, came from Bruceville, Ind., Mr. and Mrs. Noble Roberts, Mr. and Mrs. James Roberts and daughter, Bonnie, and Clifton Roberts all of Austin, Minn., are here, and Mr. and Mrs. O'Dell Butler and twin sons, Jack and Jimmy, who are grandchildren and great grand- children, Ind. came from Vincennes, Iowa Falls Man Dies; Funeral to Be Sunday Iowa Falls—Andrew Graff, 72, died at his home Thursday afternoon. Death was due to a heart ailment. Funeral services will be Sunday afternoon at 2 p. m. at the Grant Center Lutheran church, north of Iowa Falls, with the Rev. W. S. Schreiber officiating. Burial will be made in the Grant Center cemetery. He was born in Germany Nov. 27, 1876, and came to the United States when he was 5 years old. He had lived in north central Iowa since coming to this country. On Feb. 24, 1903, he was married to Elma Klotzer near Hampton. Survivors include his wife, 6 daughters, Mrs. John Heinzeroth of Alden, Mrs. Kasper Meyer and Miss Frieda Graff, both of Iowa Falls; Miss Bertha'Graff of Davenport, Mrs. Lester Muessigmanri of Geneva, and Mrs. Martha Heinbuch of Mason City; a son,-John of Geneva; 18 grandchildren. Beavers Rites Held Belmond—Funeral services Young. Besides his widow he leaves 2 sons, Darrell and Dwight, and 3 daughters, Jeanette and the twins, Marilyn and Marilys, 4. Inhabitants of the sub-surface ocean are noisy. During the war, for Tom Beavers, barber here for over 25 years, were held Thursday at St. Francis Catholic church, the Rev. R. A. Ormsby officiating. Mr. Beavers, who had been despondent for several years, took his own life by strangulation, according to Wright county coroner, Richard Sept. 23, 1949 7 Mtion City Cilobe-GaxetU, Maion City. 1 the navy had to "spreen out" noisei of ocean creatures so that its instruments for detecting submarine sounds could work effectively. -* * * Carol Bruce shares honors with Abbot and Costello in "Keep 'Em Flying," showing at the Drive-in. Martha Raye, William Gargan and Dick Foran are also in the cast. LUSCIOUS TREATS The population of Australia is approximately 20,000,000. I LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE OF THE APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTOR STATE OF IOWA. Cerro Gordo County, ss. No. 7205. ... Notice is hereby given, that the under- xigned has been duly appointed and qualified as Executor of the estate of John Fend, Deceased, iate of Cerro Gordo county. All persons indebted to gaid estate are requested to make immediate payment; and those having claims against the same will present them, duly authenticated, to the undersigned for allowance, and file in the office of the. Clerk of the District Court. JOHN BLAZEK J. W. LORENZ= Attorney Dated September '14, 1949 S. H. MacPEAK, Clerk District Court By EVELYN SLOCK, Deputy ORIGINAL NOTICE IN THE DISTRICT COURT OP IOWA IN AND FOR CERRO GORDO COUNTY: Mildred B. Hauren, Plaintiff. ' '.. • . ' . vs. Byron I/. Hauren, Defendant To Byron L. Haugen, the above named defendant: , You'are hereby notified that a-petition of the above named plaintiff in the above entitled action is now on file in the office of the clerk of the above named court, and which petition prays .for an absolute divorce from you on the ground of such inhuman treatment of her by you as to endanger her life; that she be granted care, custody arid control of the minor child John Fay Haugen and-that you be required to pay the plaintiff the sum of J25.00 per month for the support of said child until he becomes of age; further that the defendant pay the attorney fee and costs of this action, and for such other relief as the court may deem You are hereby notified to. appear before the said court at .Mason City in Cerro Gordo County, Iowa, on or before the 12th day o£ October, 1949, and that unless you so appear, your default will be entered and decree will be rendered against you for the relief demanded in the petition. MQRGAN j McENANE Y. Attorney for the plaintiff, 4 North Washington, Mason. City, Iowa. DANCE AVALON BALLROOM MANLY, IOWA SAT., SEPT. 24 Music By RAY JOHNSON And His Orchestra No Dance TUES., SEPT. 27 stop in after the show or dance DANCE Rudd, Iowa SAT. SEPT. 24 MUSIC BY THE RIDGE RIDERS FRIDAY, SEPT. 23rd SYL MALLEK SATURDAY, SEPT. 24th DELL CLAYTON SUNDAY, SEPT. 25th SEPT. BIRTHDAY BALL Free Admission to All fcornl During: September (exo. tax) [ LYNN KERNS OWA S WONDER BALLROO! S U R F 4ORTH SHORE CLEAR LAK! FIEE PARKING & CHECKING SEVEN BIG DAYS £ WORLD'S ^ GREATEST DAIRY SHOW Starring the National Hoi-" stein, Guernsey, Brown Swiss Shows. World's finest Dairy Cattle —ALL, BREEDS. National Cham-; ^pionships awarded in all classes. DAIRY CATTLE CONGRESS MIDWEST INDUSTRIAL EXPO. • NATIONAL BELGIAN SHOW THE SODA GRILL FREE DANCE TONIGHT Music By Wayne Pringle's Orchestra ADMISSION BY MEMBERSHIP CARD VFW 1315 4th St. S. W. NOW NOW! Thru SAT. Two Major Features VUk POWELL MARTA TORCH ROCUCS RtGIMENT" EATING OUT SUNDAY? Why Not Bring the Family to the Delightful Eadmar Dining Room For a Tasty Delicious SUNDAY DINNER? End Friday — "Night Song" — "Outlaw Country" MASON CITY'S NEWEST ENTERTAINMENT HEADQUARTERS STARTING SATURDAY ik Hippodrome W SUPER ENTERTAINMENT See the pick of the Nation's finest circus acts. Inspiring livestock parades. Two and one-half hours of super sensational entertain- j ment. Beautiful pageantry. Great j saddle horse show. Plus | KUGGIE L— KUGGIE SWTlHaD TO 30DAYS FREE DANCE TONIGHT AND SATURDAY NIGHT Music by the COUNTRY CLUBBERS LEGIONNAIRE CLUB 317 North Federal HMMi« in Ikt hinJt •< tlit IwrriUt Uruku lrib*l Back the Mohawks Attend the Games We Are Open Until Midnight Serving Delicious Lunches EADMAR COFFEE SHOP MAGGIE IN COUCT ' JOI VUK-BIHIERIAMO', GEORGE McMAHUS' "=",!»"."'•" Serial "Pals Adventure" in Color FIRST AND ONLY SHOWING IN MASON CITY Coming ADULTS 60c CHILDREN UNDER FREE Plus Cartoon — M»t. ..Sal. 2 P. M. SUN. andMON. LETS LAUGH! Riverside Barn 725 North Kentucky Mason City DANCE Sat., Sept. 24 MUSIC BY EARL AND HIS RHYTHM BAND . DANCE WEDNESDAY NIGHT Sept. 28 featuring RUSTY'S CEDAR VALLEY COWBOYS broadcasting over KI CM Barn Available for Private Dances FOR RESERVATIONS PHONE 1192-J On Highway 18 Between Clear Lake and Mason City NOW SHOWING THRU SATURDAY Tf)D AY tat Hlppodromi »«•!>—maB IUWRI ^.titofnon.yofd^io Dairy CallU Congroi, Ttcktl Dtp). 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