Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on July 22, 1948 · Page 18
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Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, July 22, 1948
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Citr GI*bt-GM«4t*. MAMK City, I*. HERE a*/ THERE Calmar — Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Bradbury left Sunday for St. Paul and Duluth, Minn., where they will visit relatives and friends. Dougherty — Mrs. Clinton Pen- cook and family of Cedar Rapids are visiting Mrs. Pencook's mother, Mrs. Anne Sweeney. Goldfield—Duane Reichter and Roger McKnight have returned from California where they were employed as foresters the past month. Corwith—Mrs. Ray Green, the former Lee Mortimer, was honored at a shower recently in the Legion hall. Mr. and Mrs. Green will make their home in Hampton. Manly—The Rev. and Mrs. Carl Frankhauser had as their guests during the past week the Rev. and Mrs. A. F. Frankhauser and children, Joyce and Richard, of Dysart. Joice—Ruth Platts, who spent 2 weeks at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Platts, has returned to Chicago where she is attending the Lutheran Bible institute and serves as a nurses' aid at the Lutheran Deaconess hospital. * Bristow—Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fahr and Faun spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Clouse at Plymouth. Britt—Mrs. Ella Mae Foster was one of the 10 delegates from Iowa to the national convention of the Catholic Daughters of America in Pasadena, Cal., the past week. Calmar—Donald Uher of Waterloo is spending a week's vacation here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Uher, and other relatives. Calmar—Joseph Brom of Oakdale is spending a few days here with his family. Goldfield—Mrs. Glenn Darland, who has been a patient at the Mercy hospital, Fcrt Dodge, the past 5 weeks, has returned home. Aredale — Junior White, small son of Mr. and Mrs. Marion White, fell and broke his forearm while playing. Corwith—Charles Mortimer returned home from Texas. He worked in the wheat harvest the past 2 months. Scarville—Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hacker are the parents of a daughter, born July 13. Joice—J. B. Harmon, former Joice farmer, spent the past week with friends here and left Saturday to return to his home in Indianola. Nora Springs—S/Sgt. and Mrs. Luther Severson and son, Gary, of Fort Jackson, S. Car., and Mrs. Edward Severson of Riceville were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Ervay. B r i s t o w—Frank Brown, who has spent the past 2 weeks visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Cockman at Remer, Minn., has returned home. Osage—Mrs. J. Warren Pederson left for Pocahontas to join her husband, who is employed by a company that oiled the streets of Osage. Mr. Pederson is scheduled to return to Osage Thursday and the company will complete the work on the Osage city streets at that time. Calmar—Mrs. James Powers of Marion, Ohio, is spending a week here visiting her sister, Mrs. John Mullany. Dougherty — Mr. and Mrs. Pat Scieszinski and family are vacationing in Melrose. Alta Vista—Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Ramsey -of Minneapolis, Minn., are spending a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Paul Cerwinske. Corwith—Marylin Gouge, who has been employed in Miami, Fla., arrived home for a visit with har parents, Mr. and Mrs. Garfield Gouge. Manly—Mr. and Mrs. Don Birdsell have again resumed their duties at the store here following a vacation and fishing trip to Hayward, Minn. They were accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Moore. joice—Mrs. Will Otto and Harold, together with Mrs. Oscar Twi- to, Ramona and Roger of Lake Mills, left for Williston, N. Dak., for an extended visit. Mr. Otto has been employed at Williston as a carpenter for the past 2 months. Nora Springs—Denny Graves of Homer, Minn., is spending several weeks here with Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Boeck, having arrived July 5. He Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Roland Graves. Nora Springs—Mr. and Mrs. Weddie Dowd are spending the month of July in Minnesota and Canada, visiting with relatives and friends at various points. Bristow—Mr. and Mrs. Roy Frisby drove to Mason City Sunday to visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rheingan. Cora Rheingan, who spent last week visiting at the Rheingan home, returned home with them. Chester—Mrs. Lester Alberts and little daughter of Waterloo were recent guests at the parental Fred Baldwin home. Luverne—The Woman's Progressive club is sponsoring a class in "creative art" for girls between 7-11. The leaders are Miss Esther Merkle and Mrs. Jon Nelson. Dougherty—Daniel McMerimen has received his honorable discharge from the Navy. Chester—Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Brummond of New Hampton were recent guests at the Jerry Meier home. Swea City—Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Hundeby, longtime Swea City busines people, who recently moved to Algona, have sold their home there and will move to Minneapolis at an early date. Dougherty — Vincent Sweeney of Des Plaines, 111., is home on a vacation. Geneva—Mrs. Lyda Garner and daughter Mary Margaret of Hud•on, and her daughter-in-law and •on, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Garner of Waterloo were recent guests of Mrs. Emma Pearse. Goodell—Mrs. Neva Newman of Albla Is visiting friends, the Schlichtingi and Kropps. Chester—The Joe Lomica family moved into their own house and the Jerry Meier family moved into the house owned by the Chester Telephone company and assumed the work at the switch board. Nora Sprinps—Mrs. Henry Irn- merfall of Rice Lake, Wis., is spending a few weeks here at the home of her brother, W. H. Schnarr. Bristow—Mr. and Mrs. Charles Yost, Sr., left Saturday for Minnesota where they plan to do some fishing. Swea City — Mr. and Mrs. Al Krueger and daughter, Katherine Ann, are spending a few days at the Rev. Peter Peters home. Mrs. Peters is Mr. Krueger's sister. Mr. and Mrs. Krueger were to return home Tuesday while Katherine Ann will remain for the rest of the week. Britt — Mrs. Edith Sandvig of Sioux Falls, S. Dak., is a guest in the home of her son-in-law and daughter, Dr. and Mrs. Marshall C. Nelson, and daughter. Mrs. Sandvig will also visit with relatives in Eagle Grove before returning home. Clarion—Mrs. McThius Armour of Cucuta, Colombia, South America, is visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Armour. Her husband will join her in October and she will return home with him. Calmar—Mrs. Agnes Mott has returned home from a 3 weeks' trip to Denver, Colo., where she visited her daughter, Constance Mott. C h e s t e r—Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Damm of Minneapolis were recent guests of their uncle, Solon Wilmot. Britt—Mr. and Mrs. Howard George and son, Pat, spent the past week at Leech Lake, Minn., and with his brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Robert George, who live at Walker, Minn. • Swea City—Mr. and Mrs. Henry Broderson of Pocahontas, together with their daughter, Mrs. Gilbert Cordes and family of Swea City, were Sunday guests at the John Karstenhome. Goodell—Mr. and Mrs. T. G. Ahrenkiel and son, Bobby, moved from Hubbard to the local residence property owned by his mother, Mrs. A. N. Ahrenkiel. The former has been attending summer school at Drake university in Des Moines and will be superintendent of the Klemme school. Living quarters were not available in Klemme at the present Osage—Miss Elizabeth Foreman, 91 North Seventh street, has not been very well lately and suffered a slight knee injury while out for a ride, this week. Bristow—Visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Yost, Jr., are Mrs. Yost's mother, Mrs. David Rilling, and Mrs. Yost's sisters, Helen Vetter and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hagenlock of Gettysburg, S. Dak. Calmar—Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Anderson left Sunday for St. Paul and Fargo, N. Dak., where they will spend their vacation visiting relatives. Chester—Mrs. C. A. Tibbals returned from a 10 days' stay in Mercy hospital, Cresco, where she had an operation. Britt—Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Stoner and 2 sons have returned to their home in Seattle, Wash., after a visit of several weeks with relatives in Britt and Crystal Lake. Swea City—Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Anderson are on a 2 weeks' vacation from his work at the Anderson garage. Goodell—Mr. and Mrs. William Brisbine of Cedar Rapids are guests in the Boiler home. Mrs. Boiler and Mrs. Brisbine are sisters. Kanawha—Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Hanson and 2 children are on a vacation trip into Colorado. Mr. Hanson is employed in the local bank. Rockwell—Mrs. James Donohue is visiting relatives at Melrose. Pastor, Wife |MOVIE Leave Soon on Norway Trip Swea City—The dream of years is coming true this week for the Rev. and Mrs. S. H. Hammer when they leave on a 3 months' trip to their old home in Norway. The trip, made possible by gifts from Methodist parishioners in By CARL WRIGHT The surging story of the old southwest, "Duel in the Sun," produced in technicolor and offered for the first time at regular prices, opens at the Cecil theater Thurs- their Swea day. City and Grant, will be made by train, ocean liner and plane. It will begin Sunday night when they board the Milwaukee Sioux at Algona for Chicago. Two days will be spent with Chicago relatives, after which another train journey will take them to New York Wednesday evening. The liner 'Queen Mary' sails at midnight on Thursday and will dock at Southampton, England on Aue. 4. The Hammers will spend about 24 hours in London, then leave by plane at 2:30 p m. Aug. 5 for a 5- hour flight to Oslo, Norway. The Hammers had hooed to be able to make the last Inp of the voyage by boat, so as to get a better view of the fjords as they approach Oslo, but no Norwegian ship was scheduled to sail at that date. Mr. Hammer's aged father, 2 sisters and 3 brothers are living in and near Oslo, where the couple will spend several weeks. The reunion will mark the first time in 25 years that Mr. Hammer has seen his boyhood home and family. From Oslo, they will go lo Bergen and Sogn, where Mrs. Hammer will be reunited with hei mother and 7 brothers and sisters, none of whom Mr. Hamn^er has previously met. A highlight of the stay in Norway, apart from visiting the scenes of their early years and meeting old friends and relatives, will be the opportunity to attend the Central Methodist conference at Bergen Sept. 22-26. All Methodist pastors of Finland, Denmark. Norway and Sweden will convene at this meeting, with Bishop Arvidson, head of th« denomination in Sweden, in charge. The Hemmer's 3 youngest children will remain here with Mrs. Haugrud, a former parishioner from Westby, Wis., in charge. Betty Ann, oldest daughter, who is a. student at Hamilton business college at Mason City, came home Friday for a final visit with her parents before their departure. The couple's farewell to their parishioners will be said next Sunday morning, when communion services will be held at both the town and country churches. Services for the next 3 months will be conducted by supply pastors. Build Bcwlinpr Alley Garner—Howard Greiman and Emil Rekow have started the construction of a new building one block north of the Hull cafe which will house a new bowling alley. The building is being constructed large enough to house G alleys and the 2 men hope to have the building ,completed and the business in operation by early fall. It is a story of love, greed and passion—a story of men, horses and power, a saga of the untamed frontier. Gregory Peck, Joseph Gotten and Jennifer Jones have the leading roles. Lionel Barrymore heads THEATERS AT A GLANCE CECIL—"The Miracle of (lit Bells" closes Wednesday. "Duel in the Sun" opens Thursday. PALACE—"A Woman's Vengeance" and "Hat Box Mystery" now showing. STRAND—"Meet John Doe" and, "Bed- human story. For the co-hit, Boris Karloff is starred in "Bedlam." * * * Paramount's technicolor production, "The Virginian," starring Joel McCrea, Brian Donlevy and Sonny, Tufts, is showing currently at the State theater. McCrea has the title role in this story of lawlessness in the early west. It's a story of the men and women who braved death to conquer it. "Road to Utopia" is the co-hit, with Bins Crosby, Bob Hope and Dorothy Lamour. * * * "Montana Mike," one of the most unusual westerns ever filmed, opens at the Lake theater Thursday, with Robert Cummings, Brian Donlevy and Jorja Curtright featured. It's a story of life in the west about 1885. "My Dog Rusty" is the co-hit, with Ted Donaldson and John Litel. It's a story for kids of all ages, about a boy and his dog. be led by Irene Lundqulst, as- 1 placed and other changes will be ' and Mary Lou Peterson, Carolyn Perry operated the business alone Swanson, Darlene Rollette, Lor- until about 30 years ago wgn he raine Youngquist, Carmen Brandt, took his "" 1 " 1 ™ 8 ° er.s, Dolly Ann Doocy, Janette mem. . Knutsen. . l years ago an d assisted by Mrs The .troop is expected to num- Kolind is still operating the place ber 23 when membership rolls are I -- lam" now showing. STATE—"Road to Utopia" and "The Virginian" now showing. LAKE—"Night Song" and "Big Town After Dark" close Wednesday. "Montana Mike" and "My Dogr Rusty" open Thursday. a strong "supporting cast, playing the role of the aged father and land baron of the southwest. Others in the large cast are Herbert Marshall, Walter Huston, Charles Bickford and Lillian Gish. * * '* "A Woman's Vengeance," starring Charles Boyer and showing Swea City Forms Girl Scout Troop Swea City—S w e a City's first venture with a Girl Scout troop got off to a flying start at the organization meeting at Legion hall The new troop, sponsored by the American Legion Auxiliary, wu" busmess onducted by the Dual Meter Co. f which the Cresco city council has bought 218 parking meters to, be installed in the business sec- ion of the city. Mr. Cogdall has been selected by the council to ook after the meters after their retaliation. Word has been received by the council that the meters have been shipped. Highest egg prices are during the months of August, September, October and November. _ completed. Cresco Greenhouses Being Reconstructed Cresco—Peter P. Kolind has begun extensive remodeling of his greenhouses in Cresco. The work will include the raising of the structures onto a 2i foot foundation and replacing the wood construction with steel and wood. A part of the glass roof is to be re- Attends Meter School C r e s c o—Thomas E. Cogdal went to Canton, Ohio, Saturday t attend a school of instruction fo parking meter superintendent Now Showing BING CROSBY BOB HOPE and DOROTHY LAMOUR In "ROAD TO UTOPIA" Plus "THE VIRGINIAN" Starring Joel McCrea Brian Donlevy - Sonny Tufts AIR-CONDITIONED IOWA S WONDER BALLROOM T,ii- Seou^'fi-. S U R F NORTH SHORE CLEAR LAKE i tRff PARKING (3 CHECKING TONITE, THURS., SAT. LYNN KERNS And the Rhythm Club FRIDAY WHOOPEE JOHN SUNDAY Charlie Spivak currently at the Palace theater, was made from a screenplay by Aldous Huxley. He based his sfnry on a famous English murder trial. Appearing as leading woman for Boyer, in the role of his young 2nd wife, is Ann Blyth, Academy award nominee for her performance as Joan Crawford's daughter in "Mildred Pierce." The co-hit is "The Hat Box Mystery," with Tom Neal. * * * "Meet John Doe," Frank Capra's famous production, is showing currently at the Strand theater and features Gary Cooper and Barbara Stanwyck. Also in the cas are Edward Arnold and Walter Brennan. It's a down-to-earth Clear Lake's Greatest Entertainment! End "Niffhl SOUR" and Wed, "Biff Town After Dark" THUR. - FRI. - SAT. Two Major Features! nnovincinci O, NOW! END FRIDAY Charles BOYER AMMAN'S VENGEANCE wtii Ann Blyth SirCedricHardwicke Plus - "HAT BOX MYSTERY" A story for \ KIDSofallagesli DANC Riverside Barn 725 North Kentucky Thurs., July 22 Music by Earl Rhirtes Ridge Riders FOR BOOTH RESERVATIONS i or PRIVATE DANCES Phone 5102-J with TED DONALDSON -JOHN UTEL .. —-.v,.sw^~«~J Plus Cartoon Matinee Sat., 2 P. M. W f 'peninci \ CAFE THURSDAY, JULY 22 - 7:00 A. M. 6 <S *?*&<*-* iO^ •>e< *\S 9 <e9 ~A °* e ^- *«* <$«• ** r^°° P A °° <o° p,o . \^ p. o***.;*)* 60 . ^ e o c > ,v>t \ei OPEN DAILY — 7 A. M. TO 2 A. M. Except Monday — Smorgasbord Monday 5 to 8 P. M. Witke's New Cafe is the finai word in modern treatment. No expense has been spared to bring you the utmost in comfort and delightful atmosphere in this new Lakeside Cafe. Everything is new from top to bottom, including all equipment of the very latest type. Owned and Operated by W. C. (Commodore Bill) and Pearl V/itke — Yin Minerte, Manager HIGHWAY 18 WEST SECOND STREET CLEAR LAKE ENDS WED.—"MIRACLE OF THE BELLS"—FRED MocMURRAY TOMORROW! at Wednesday, July 28 ADM. $1.50 FED. TAX $ .30 TOTAL PER PERSON $1.80 *a6* 1 W4JTwM v&seeiHiwe uctfe i oi MASSES OF MAD-MEN ON RACING HORSES! 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