Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on July 21, 1948 · Page 13
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 13

Mason City, Iowa
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Wednesday, July 21, 1948
Page 13
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if Sponsors Social Rockwell — The Music Mothers will sponsor an ice cream social Wednesday evening in the Rankin building on S. Main street. IOWA S WONDER BALLROOM The fleaj*-'- SURF NORTH SHORE CLEAR LAKE FRFf PARKING 6 CHICKING __ TONITE Tuesday, July 20 VIKINGS (Old Time) Wed., Thurs., Sat. LYNN KERNS Fri. — Whoopee John SUNDAY CHARLIE SP1VAK Fayette GOP in Fund Drive County Leaders Open Campaign This Week West Union — Everett G. Scott, West Union attorney, has been appointed Fayette county finance chairman for the republican party. CV' Scott has named W. Palmer Wilson, Oelwein, as his vice- chairman, and has appointed the following persons to serve on the finance committee for Fayette county: R. M. Westerfield, West Union; George Falb, Harold Strong and Harry Cline, Elgin; John Erickson, Clermont; Fred Breckner, Arlington; Harry Flower, Oelwein; Paul Templeman, Fayette; L. H. Buenneke, Maynard; H. J. Niew- e*hner, Westgate; Earl Snippy, Oran; V. C. Willia, Waucoma; Glen Aspinwall and L. R. Campbell, Hawkeye, and D. B. McMillan, Stanley. Scott announced that a meeting of the finance committee will be held within the coming week at which time plans for a countywide financial drive will be formulated. STARTS THURS., JULY 22 Terrtffc ECHNICOIOR WESTERN CverMadfi CECIS- NOW SHOWING 2 BIG ENTERTAINING ATTRACTIONS IN ONE BIG SHOW Biiig Crosby, Bob Hope and Dorothy Lamour NOW SHOWING Produced by PAUI JONES oirecled by WALKER ttorring Joel McCREA Brian DONLEVY END TUBS. — "Timber Trail" — "Swing Your Partner" OPENS WED. Clear JL,;IKC'S urcatcst entertainment! Brilliant STARS! Brilliant STORY! , *f* Now Thru Wed. "Da** ANDREWS • OBERON MUIT x ETHEl BARRYMORE HOAGY CARMICHAU COMPANION FEATURE YOUR RADIO FAVORITES ON THE SCREEN! Plus Late News — Matinee Wednesday at 2 P. M. 3 BIG DAYS! OPENING WEDNESDAY SINS...WEAKNESSES...TEMPTATIONS... wit* ANN BLYTH SIR CEDRIC HARDWICKE NIGEL BRUCE • JESSICA TANDY — PLUS — "HAT BOX MYSTERY" with TOM NEAL OVIE END XUES. - "Feudin', Kussin' and A-Figlilln' '• — "Where the North Begins" REVIEWS By CARL WRIGHT Charles Boyer is starred in one of the most highly dramatic roles of his long career, "A Woman's Vengeance," which opens at the Palace theater Wednesday. Ably supported by an excellent cast including Ann Blyth, Sir Cedric Hardwicke, Jessica Tandy and Rachel Kempson, Boyer gives a performance that projects the power of his ability to its utmost. A pi vverful web of circumstantial evidence indicates that Boyer is guilty of poisoning his invalid wife. Even Ann Blyth, THEATERS AT A GLANCE CECIL—"The Miracle of the Bells" now showing. FALACE—"Feudin'. Fussin' and n-Hght- in' " and "Where the North Begins" close Tuesday. "A Woman's Vengeance" and "Hat Box Mystery" open Wednes- STRAND—"Timber Trail" and "Swine Tour Partner" close Tuesday. "Meet John Doc" and "Bedlam" open Wednesday. STATE—"Hoad to Utopia" and "The Virginian" now showing. L/AKE—"Nigh^ Song" and "Bif Town After Dark" now showing. whom he wed following his wife's death, finds it difficult to believe him innocent. It has a terrific climax. "The Hat Box Mystery" is the co-hit, with Tom Neal featured. A man's tribute to the girl he loved forms the basis of the arresting drama of Jesse L. Lasky's and Walter MacEwen's production of Russell Janney's "The Miracle of the Bells," showing currently at the Cecil theater. Fred MacMurray, ValH, and Frank Sinatra have the stellar roles. MacMurray plays the press agent hero, Vallie the heroine whose request to be buried in her native Pennsylvania town leads to a surprising climax, and Sinatra is the sympathetic priest of the coaltown church. MEETINGS In North Iowa CORWITH—W. S. C.^S. will hold regular general meeting Wednesday at the church parlors. The Friendship Circle will be the hostess. PLYMOUTH—The F. W. D. club will meet Wednesday at the Clare Allen home one mile south of Plymouth. _ ,, IOWA FALLS—The Iowa Falls Garden club will have a breakfast meeting at Foster park Wednesday morning. SWEA CITY—The 3 circles ol the Baptist Ladies Guild will meei Friday. Mrs. Fern Peterson will entertain Circle 1, Mrs. Emil Larson Circle 2, and Mrs. Frank Looft Circle 3 at their respective homes. HAYFIELD—The W. X. C. S. will meet Thursday afternoon in the church parlors. WODEN—Mrs. Clifford Eisenmann will be hostess to the W. S. C. S. of the Methodist church Thursday afternoon. GARNER—Reta and Veronica Chizek will be hostesses to the Erin's Eager Girls' 4-H club at their home Thursday. JOICE—The Luther League will hold a social meeting Thursday evening at the country home of Mr. and Mrs. Claire Dahl. GARNER — The Garner Lions club will hold its semi-monthly luncheon at the Hull' cafe dining room Wednesday noon/ SCARVILLE—Ladies Aid guest day will be held Thursday at Bethel. Invited are the aids from Immanuel, North Prairie, Trinity and Kiester. Mrs. John Watnc, missionary to Africa, will be the guest speaker. CLARION — The Red Rose Brownie troop was to meet Tuesday afternoon at the P. T. Struck home. After a short business meet- ng a sack lunch was to be en- oyed at the Recreational park. IOWA FALLS-The WCTU will meet with Mrs. Sam Marshall Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Chloie Frisbie o£ Eldora, president of the Hardin county WCTU, will be guest speaker. SCARVILLE—Immanuel Ladies Aid will meet Thursday. Mrs. Norman Vermedal is program chairman. GENEVA—Mrs. Marvin Knoll will entertain the W. S. C. S. of the Methodist church in the parlors Thursday afternoon. SWEA CITY—Mrs. August X. Peterson will be hostess to the Ringsted chapter of the Woman's Relief Corps at her home July 20. Swea City Organizes Troop of Girl Scouts Swea City — Irene Lundquist, leader, and Mrs. C. C. Anderson, assistant, are organizing o Girl Scout troop under the sponsorship of the American Legion Auxiliary. Although there have been active Boy Scout troops here for the past 35 years, this is the first attempt at a girls' organization for scout work. Mnon City GI«b«-G»i«tte, SUion City, U. July 20, > 1948 Save Many Hours To St. Louis-K. C Jade colors vary from deep green or black to pure milk white or cream tinted, with rarer finds of yellow, red, mauve, and mottled. WATCH REPAIR Expert eyes and hands aified by professional tools go to work to repair the watch you bring to us. GUARANTEED WORK 1 WEEK SERVICE ON WATCH CLEANING RAY SENEY ASK RAY SENEY Established Since 1908 19 East State GIT IN MOST OF A BUSINESS DAY, TIT ARRIVE either city for a pLeasant evening, by taking Mid-Continent Airlines' 2:17pm flight. Try itl —See how Mid-Continent luxurious DC-3's help you turn wasted, weary land travel time into time for pleasure or business. Only $23.35 to St. Louis, $17.70 to Kansas City. r>h«i» 454, vltlt Ticket Offlc* ol Municipal Airport, of SM travtl ogcnf. Ask in obout hotel rotorvatloni. Wt ton get th«m far you in many cities on our Hi*. No Wasted Days ! ... No Restless Nights ! •~^z* '" ' "" cvaumi imtt's no nnt> 10 CMI uu.\ w tin roa usi/m conmutrioM ) or uanMons on un-caniiHia I, 4Ki> IHXJ co**icruie imms. ,/ "Meet John Doe," Frank Capra's famous production, opens at the Strand theater Wednesday, featuring 2 great stars, Gary Cooper and Barbara Stanwyck. Also in the cast are Edward Arnold and Walter Brennan, in this vei-y human story- Boris Karloff is featured in the co-hit, "Bedlam." * * * Two oE Hollywood's most attractive he-men, Joel McCrea and Brian Donlcvy, the pitted against each other in "The Virginian," showing currently at the State theater. Sonny Tufts, Barbara Britton, Fay Bainter, Henry O'Neill and Tom Tully also are featured in this re-creation of Owen Wister's famous story. For the co-hit, Bing Crosby, Bob Hope and Dorothy Lamour offer one of their best "road" pictures, "Road to Utopia." * * * Romance and music are blended in "Night Song," showing currently at the Lake theater and starring Dana Andrews, Merle Oberon and Ethel Barrymore. The John Cromwell production revolves around the strange love affair between a wealthy society girl and a blind composer whom she endeavors to help. "Big Town After Dark" is the co-hit, a story of fighting Steve Wilson, famed racket busting newspaperman. The $20 bill is vying with (he $100 bill as a most popular greenback. There is now $8,750,000,00 in $20 bilsl in circulation, compared with $6,000,000,00 in $10 bills. 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