Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on July 24, 1948 · Page 11
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RE VIE WS By CARL WRIGHT "Duel in the Sun," technicolor saga of the Texas Panhandle during the 1880's, which is showing currently at the Cecil theater, has a terrific impact. It is a tremendously exciting photoplay that immediately sets your pulse to pounding. Its scope and power leave you breathless at the end. David O. Selznick, the producer, personally wrote the screen play from an adaptation by Oliver H. P. Garrett suggested by Niven Busch's novel. King Vidor directed the picture Imagination and enthusiasm which crammed the film with bold and THEATERS AT A GLANCE CECIL—"Duel in the Sun" now showing. PALACE—"A Woman's Vengeance" and "H»t Box Mystery" close Frid»y. "Adventures of JCobin Hood" open Saturday. •TRAND—"Meet John Doe" and "Bedlam" close Friday, "Good News" and "Arkansas SwJcg" open Saturday. STATE—"Apache Rose" and "G»« House Kids Go West" and 4 other feature* now showing. LAKE—"Montana Mike" and "My Dog Unity" now showing. PARK—"You Were Meant for M«" now showing. colorful showmanship. The picture also has a great cast, starring Jennifer Jones, Gregory Peck, Joseph Gotten, and Lionel Barrymore. In the supporting cast are Herbert Marshall, Lillian Gish, Walter Huston, Charles Bickford, Harry Carey, Otto Kruger, Joan Tetzel, Scott McKay, Sidney Blackmer, Tilly Losch and Butterfly McQueen. * # * That swashbuckling masterpiece, Warner Bros.' "The Adventures of Robin Hood," starring Errol Fylnn and Olivia De- Havilland, opens a return showing at the Palace theater Saturday. Sharing stellar honors are Basil Rathbone, Claude Rains, Alan Hale and Eugene Pallette. The picture, in technicolor, was directed by Michael Curtiz and William Keighl.ey and features thousands of extras. *f? 3p •$; June Aliyson, who danced her way to Hollywood via such Broadway musicals as "Very Warm for May," "Higher and Higher," and "Best Foot Forward," is back in a song-and-dance role in the merry technicolor musical, "Good News," opening Saturday at the Strand. She heads an all- star Broadway and Hollywood cast, featuring Peter Lawford. The co-hit is "Arkansas Swing." * * * The State theater is offering a 6-unit show for its current showing. Roy Rogers and his horse, Trigger, are starred in the No. 1 picture, "Apache Rose," with Dale Evans, Olin Howlin and Bob Nolan. For the No. 2 picture, "Gas House Kids Go West," Carl Switzer, Bennie Bartlett, Rudy Wissler and Tommy Bond are featured. No. 3 is a Laurel and Hardy comedy; No. 4 a Disney Mickey Mouse cartoon; No. 5 a Popeye, the sailor, cartoon; and No. 6 a western serial, "Son of Zorro." * # # "Montana Mike," showing currently at the Lake theater, is a film that shows an accurate picture of the west as it was, with the hopes and despairs which all people feel shown, as well as the moments of greatness and evil which all people possess. Ernest Hay cox, an authority on western lore, prepared Aubrey Wisberg's story for the screen. "My Dog Rusty" is the co-hit. 5|C *t* *f» The nostalgic appeal of a story set in the "terrific twenties," when girls were flappers, boys were sheiks, and everyone was doing the Charleston, is offered in the comedy romance, "You Were Meant for Me," showing currently at the Park.theater. Jeanne Grain, of "Margie" fame and Dan Dailey are the stars of this colorful picture. Former North lowan Killed in Car Crash V. LeRoy, Minn.—Chester Warren. 35, who moved here from Chester. Iowa, when a child with his parents Dr. and Mrs. C. L. Warren, was killed Saturday when he was going for his wife and 2 children from his_ home in Detroit, Mich., to Dennison, Ohio. His car skidded in the rain and struck another. He with his parents left here about 20 years ago. He was born June 17, 1913. He is also survived by his mother, sister, Mrs. Florence Moss, and brother Clark in the east and a brother, Eugene, of Mankato. Former Goldfield Man Succumbs in Wyoming Goldfield—Word has been received here of the death of Dr. Marshall C. Keith, 74, at his home in Cheyenne, Wyo., Tuesday following an illness. He was a brother of Mrs. H. C. Wiser and Miss Bettie Keith of Goldfield. Dr. Keith had practiced medicine at Casper, Wyo., for over 40 years and held the position of state secretary of health of Wyoming at the time of his death. He was a member of the first class of Goldfield high school in 1892. Survivors include the widow, 2 daughters and one son and 2 brothers besides the sisters mentioned above. Nystuens Honored Kanawha — Supt. and Mrs. W. C. Nystuen were honored at a 1 o'clock dinner at the beautiful Martin Hill farm home recently by a large group oE friends. A gift was presented to the Nystuens by Oscar Johnson. A picnic dinner was enjoyed. The Nystuens are moving to Fertile Aug.'2 where Mr. Nystuen will be superintendent of schools next year. Clarksville Man to Probe Skies With Own Telescope CUrkivllle—M. G. Mather, Clarksville amateur astronomer, is rapidly being recognized as one of the country's foremost amateur star gazers. He is not only the oldest business man in Clarksville from point of service but he has always been a student of astronomy. He was graduated from Iowa State college in electrical and me- chancial engineering. He then started a machine shop in Clarksville which he still maintains. Builds Telescope At present he is constructing a 6-inch refractor telescope developing it into a portable observatory. When it is completed he expects to visit other counties and give people the opportunity to get interesting knowledge about the stars. This telescope will magnify objects 300 to 400 times depending on atmospheric conditions. Mr. Mather recently attended the National Astronomical League convention at Milwaukee, Wis. where authorities on astronomy from all over the nation were present. He being the only one from Iowa. The Yerkes observatory at Williams Bay, Wis., was also visited by Mather as one of the highlights of the convention. Visits Polomar Earlier in the year he visited the Mount Polomar observatory near Los Angeles which contains the 200-inch telescope. He also went to the Mount Wilson observatory. As a result of his studies of the stars he now has a personal index file in which he has catalogued 2,000 stars. The sky is divided into 100 classes of stars. Mather has 55 complete constellations recorded, each having a designated Greek name and having a varying number of stars. He is now anxiously awaiting the glass for his telescope and then plans to organize a Boy Scout Science club for the youth of Clarksville. His immediate family was interested in this study. His wife was graduated from Ames with him in 1907 and taught in the chemical laboratory in Iowa State for many years. She died 4 years ago. His son Robert has an important position with the federal government in the atomic radiation laboratory at the University of California in Berkeley, having recently completed studies for his master's degree at Columbia university in New York City. LAST RITES HELD Fredericksburgr — Funeral services for Guy F. Whitcorab, 68, were held at the Baptist church Thursday afternoon, the Rev. U. E. Burroughs of Mt. Ayr., a former pastor, and the Rev. Frank Deaver officiating. Mr. Whitcomb died suddenly 'at the New Hampton hospital where he had submitted to an emergency appendectomy from which he was ap- 'parently making recovery. He leaves the widow and one son. WHEN IN MASON CITY EAT WHERE FOOD IS KING We Serve Beer GEN'ERAL ELECTRIC AIR-CONDITIONED FOR YOUR COMFORT. The Covered Wagon We Cater to Partlei "Fireproof" MASON CITY THURS., AUG. FAI RGROU N DS Performances — 3 & 8 P. HI. FINE GIGANTIC IAILROAO EXTIAVA6AHZA 'COMIIHIMG THE CEUIIATED "NEW LOOK" WITH THAT OLD-FASHIONED CilCUS FEELING 'BABY BUTCH' STELLAR CIRCUS EDUCATIONAL FEATURE OF ALL TIME. THE SMALLEST BABY ELEPHANT IN AMERICA! FOR RENAMING "LITTLE BUTCH" vrvwi »,»••_ | | i ri 11 i ^500 PRIZE Decorah Opens Trailer Camp Decorah — The Decorah city council has opened a tract about the size of a city block, adjacent to the water works pumping station, to be used as a trailer camp. Water and sewer lines have been laid. Charges will be sufficient to meet the cost of service. George Price, inspector for the army engineers on the Dry Run flood control project, was the first man to take up residence on the tract. A camp that operated adjacent to Phelps park before the war was closed because it had become too close to a restricted residential district, rather, the residences moved in on it. Officers Elected by Garner Saddle Club Garner — The Garner Saddle club, with Clarence S. Nierneyer presiding, elected the following officers: President, Vern Stromer; vice president, Clarence Niemeyer; secretary, Mrs. Violet Weaver; and treasurer, Miss Dorothy Moll. Membership fee was set at $1 per member and is open to anyone interested, whether a horse owner or not. Next meeting is scheduled for Aug. 1 at 1:30 p. m. at the Garner sales barn. DANCE RLIDD, IOWA Sat, July 24 MUSIC BY RAY ALTO'S COWBOYS DANCE BALLROOM Manly. Iowa Sat., July 24 Music by the Scandinavian Accordion Band LEGAL NOTICES PUBLIC NOTICE OF HEARING Public Notice Is hereby given that a meeting of the Board ol Adjustment ot the City of Mason City, Iowa, will be held at the Council Chamber, City Hall, Mason City, Iowa, on Tuesday, August 3, 1948, at 3:00 o'clock p. m. at which time and place the request to build a four foot vestibule on the front of dwelling located on the following described property Lot » In W. L. ration'* Flr.t Add!- tlon. otherwii* known as 817 1Mb 81. N. E. . will come on for hearing. Any person Interested therein may appear and file objections to this request. W. L. NICHOLS. Chairman Board of Adjustment NOTICE OF INCORPORATION NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a corporation has been organized -under the provisions of Chapter 491 of the 194S Code of Iowa, and Acts Amendatory thereto, with its principal place of business in Mason City, Cerro Gordo County, Iowa, and the. name of said corporation shall be STEWART-SIMMONS. Inc., and the general nature of the business to be transacted by said corporation shall be to buy, sell, and manufacture shoe polishes, shoe shining and repair equipment, and furniture and fixtures for shoe shining and polishing and repairing establishments: to construct, equip and manufacture shoe polishes, leather finishing products; to operate and conduct laboratories for research: to manufacture chemicals and chemical products, and manufacture, buy and sell chemicals, foot appliances, powders, pastes, deodorants, sanitation powders and liquids and spray: to buy, sell, lease, encumber, and convey real estate; to buy and sell patents and pat- DANCE Riverside Barn 725 North Kentucky Sat., July 24 MUSIC BY MALEK'S ACCORDION BAND FOR * BOOTH RESERVATIONS or PRIVATE DANCES Phone 5I02-J Last Time Saturday GRAND 6 UNIT SHOW 3. Laurel & Hardy Comedy Feature 4. Disney Mickey Mouse Coior Cartoon 5. Popeye, the Sailor, Cartoon 6. New Western Serial "Son of Zorro" IOWA S WONDER BALLROOM The Beautiful S1TR > NORTH SHORE. CLEAR LAKE FREE PARKING & CHECKING SUN., JULY 25 IN PERSON 'THE MAN WHO PLAYS THE SWEETEST TRUMPET IN THE WORLD" CHARLIE SPI AND HIS FAMOUS ORCHESTRA • LOVELY IRENE DAYE • TOMMY MERCER TONITE: WHOOPEE JOHN (OLD TIME) LATE BUS FROM SURF AT 1:00 A. IM. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY NIGHTS SURF IS AIR-CONDITIONED FOR YOUR COMFORT Clear Lake'* Greatest Entertainment 2 — ACE FEATURES » ^. fedniki _^_ CUNNINGS k> Now! End Sat. - 2 I RUSTY «ik T[D Donaldson Plus Color Cartoon - Matinee Sat., Z P. M. SUNDAY AND MONDAY tr»N • •• tin MftmrM-i " tor fti »iy it Hurt Bcst cnttd article*, ana to d» «H thtaft Mc*t- sary and Incidental to the carrying out )r the powers herein expressed, and those Incidental thereto, the cam* aj • natural person might or could do. The corporation shall commence business on the twenty-ninth (29) day of Way A. D., 1948, and continue for twenty (20) years with right of renewal unless sooner dissolved by a three-fourths <¥«) vote of all the outstanding stock. The amount of capital stock authorized Is Twenty-five Thousand ($25,000) Dollars divided Into one thousand <1000) share* of Twenty-five ($25.00) Dollars each- said stock to be paid for in cash before Issued, or to be paid for in property pn ihe approval of the Executive Council of the State of Iowa as provided by law. The affairs of the corporation are to be conducted by a board of not less then three <3) nor more than seven (7) directors. Th» directors shall be elected at the annual meeting of the stockholders on the last Saturday in May of each year, and until the first annual election, the Board of Directors shall consist of Tyler P. Stewart, Mason City, Iowa, Dr. E. K. Stewart. Mason City, Iowa. Archie R. Simmons, Evanston, Illinois, and Betty Jo Simmons, Evanston, Illinois. The officers of said corporation shall consist of a president, vice president, secretary and treasurer. The office of secretary and treasurer may be held by one person. The annual meeting of the stockholders shall >• on tht last Saturday tn th« montfe «t May in each year. Until tht tint annual meeting of the stockholders on the last Saturday in May. IMS, the officers of said corporation shall be Archie R. Sim- •nons. Evanston, Illinois. President. Dr E. K. Stewart, Mason City, Iowa, Vice President, Tyler P. Stewart, Mason City, Iowa, Secretary and Treasurer. The private property of the stockholders shall b« exempt from corporate debts. TYLER P. STEWART • DR. E. K. STEWART ARCHIE R. SIMMONS BETTY JO SIMMONS Incorporaton D. H. FITZPATRICK, Attorney An electric baby food warmer for the car is designed for attachment to the steering post and operation of the battery. Added - Late News - Continuous Sunday from 1 P. M. TASTY SNACKS or COMPLETE DINNERS You'll Enjoy THE PANTRY 14 NORTH DELAWARE DANCE American Legion Club 311 North Federal FRIDAY, JULY 23 OZZIE PALYNEK AND 7-PIECE BAND Dancine 9:30 to 12:30 NO ADMISSION CHARGE DANCE EVERY FRIDA1 NIGHT Mat. Sat, at 2 P. M. — Continuous Sun. From 1 P. M. CHy OUte-QuctU, MM«B CMf, Ik July 23, ._ 1945 CECIE- The Greatest Western Ever Made! STARTS SUNDAY, JULY 25th A TECHNICOLOR MUSICAL WITH A STORY AS WONDERFUL AS THE SONGS AND SURPRISES! END FRIDAY — "MEET JOHN DOE" - "BEDLAM" OPENS SATURDAY \~~M • PLUS HOOSIER HOT SHOTS in ARKANSAS SWING" End Friday — Chas. Boyer In "A Womau's Vengeance" - "Hal Box Mystery" RELAX IT'S COOL AT THE SATURDAY'S THE DAY! Announcing NIGHT SWIMMING at the Skyiand Park Swimming Pool ON HIGHWAY 18 ... EAST EDGE OF MASON CITY We now hare our 18,000 watt Floodlight Installation complete and offer the best illuminated swimming area in the midwest. • PLAY SAFE • Why take chances swimming in unlighted, polluted and unguarded lakes and creeks? Take advantage of your opportunity to swim in pure drinking water. Inspected and approved by the State Board of Health. UNDER LIFEGUARD SUPERVISION AT ALL TIMES? / Open Week Days 1:00 P. M. to 10:00 P. M. Sundays 10 A. M. to 10 P. M. THE SPLENDOR OF IT ALL IS ALL IN COLOR BY Ow of the Itrgest cnts Mwued loc a •lotion picture -sUrrinf ALAN HALE • EUGENE PALLETTE 'MICHAELCURTIZ-WILLIAM KEIGHLEY -•*- • . Ai./ I ;.-/ IU »t5' VP\> ADDED JOY! "FOOTLIGHT RHYTHM' AND COLOR CARTOON DON'T FAIL TO ENTER THE "DUDE GOES WEST" CONTEST!

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