Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on July 17, 1948 · Page 11
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MOVIE REVIEWS By CARL WRIGHT In "The Big Clock," showing currently at the Cecil theater, with Ray Milland and Charles Laughton starred, "murder haunts Milland and involves him in a manhunt packed with suspense that is as unusual and daringly different as the picture itself. For "The Big Clock" times a man's search for himself! A complete departure from pat murder mysteries, this screen adaptation of Kenneth Fearing's 'best-selling novel dares to let its audience in on the killing and THEATERS AT A GLANCE CECIL—"The Bit Clock." now showing PALACE—"Fcudln', Fussln' and m-Figbt- ln'" and "Where the North Begins" now showing. STRAND—"The Ghost and Mrs. Mulr" and "Partners lu Time" close Friday. "Timber Trail" and "Swing Your Partner" open Saturday. STATE—"Sioux City Sue" and "Joe Palooka In the Knockout" now showing. LAKE—"I Love Trouble" and "Homesteaders of Paradise Valley" now showing. PARK—"The Fuller Brush Man" now showing-. the killer, and then proceeds to thrill and mystify as it breathtakingly unfolds a man's desperate attempt to escape the deathtrap he is forced to set for himself. Never has Milland been so superbly harried as he is in his portrayal of terrified George Stroud, editor of a detective story magazine, a publication in a huge magazine empire ruled by Earl Janoth (Charles Laughton.) # * * Following their hilarious portrayals of Ma and Pa Kettle in "The Egg and I," it was inevitable that Marjorie Main and Percy Kilbride would be teamed again. It's happened in the slaphappy comedy of rustic excitement in the good old days, "Feudin 1 , Fussin', and A- Fightin,'" showing currently at the Palace theater. "Where the North Begins," offered as the co-hit, stars Russell Hayden and Jennifer Holt. It's a story of action, romance and adventure in the north country. * * * An entirely different and %vel- come formula is used in Republic's thrill-packed musical western, "The Timber Trail," opening- Saturday at the Strand theater, and co-starring Monte Hale and Lynne Roberts. It's an action- packed outdoor picture about a stage coach owner and his troubles. For the co-hit, the gay com- WHEN IN MASON CITY EAT WHERE FOOD IS KING \Ve Serve Beer GENERAL ELECTRIC AIR-CONDITIONED FOR YOUR COMFORT. The Covered Wagon IVe Cater to Parties "Fireproof" DANCE Avalon Ballroom Manly, Iowa Sat., July 17 Music by THE VIKINGS END "Ghost and Mrs. Muir" FRI. "Partners in Time" OPENS SATURDAY SIX-GUN Order! wiVK ivuAjf • ****'• 1 — Plus — Music and Fun! In "Swim: TJour Partner" edy, "Swing Your Partner," provides good entertainment with Lulubelle and Scotty heading the cast. * * * More than 10 ye^rs ago, Gene Autry changed the course of the western film empire when he inaugurated the musical western. Now he is back again with a new one, in his typical style,. "Sioux City Sue," showing currently a£ the State theater. In the co-hit, death stalks the prize ring and jeopardizes the world's heavyweight champion as Leon Errol and Joe Kirkwood star in "Joe Palooka in the Knockout." * * * The Franchot Tone-Janet Blair starrer, "I Love Trouble," showing currently at the Lake theater, is a fast-paced mystery melodrama in which 5 women leave a trail of perfume and murder. It's an S. Sylvan Simon production. The co- hit, "Homesteaders of Paradise Valley" is the story of a battle over the water rights in a valley chosen by Red Ryder and a group of settlers. Allan Lane has the lead. * * * "The Fuller Brush Man," comedy starring Red Skelton and Janet Blair, is showing currently at the Park theater. The film features Don McG u i r e, Hillary Brooke, Adele Jergens, Ross Ford and Trudy Marshall. Skelton is cast as the house-to-house super salesman and fearless crime fighter. It's Roy Huggins'.story. TEACHER HIRED—Miss Janyce Lehmberg of Soldier has been engaged to teach vocal and instrumental music in Kanawha high school for the coming year. She has also been, employed to lead the high school band for Wednesday night concerts this summer. Miss Lehmberg is a graduate of Morningside college, Sionx City. New Corwith Bank Ready to Open Doors Corwlth—The newly organized State bank will open its doors Saturday, remaining open until 9 p. m. All visitors will be served coffee and doughnuts. This will be Corwith's first home owned bank since 1930. The town has not been without banking services however, as in 1931 the First State bank of Britt established a branch office here which has served the people of the community. Edward M. Frey is president of the bank and James W. Tindall vice president. Carvel Risvold and George Gaskill are directors and Ernest Bartik, cashier. The bank lists its capital and surplus at $60,000. ' Mr. and Mrs. Bartik come from the Britt community. Mr. Bartik worked in the First State bank at Britt for 19 years. Alphonso Taft, father of William Howard Taft and grandfa- thef of Senator and Presidential Candidate Robert Taft, was secretary of war and later attorney general in President Grant's cabinet. DANCE RUDD, IOWA Sat., July 17 MUSIC BY PETE DOUGHERTY AND HIS BAND ROLLER SKATING NORA SPRINGS EVERY NIGHT EXCEPT MONDAY MONDAYS RESERVED FOR PRIVATE SKATING PARTIES MATINEES . . . TUESDAY, THURSDAY, SATURDAY AND SUNDAY Body of G. I. En route to Final Rest Nora Springs—The casketed remains of Pvt. Edward M. Fuller, a World war II soldier from Nora Springs being returned from overseas for final burial, will arrive within the next month accompan- ed by a uniformed escort from he Chicago distribution center. The body of Pvt. Fuller was in- erred in the Nettuno temporary military cemetery in Italy, but las been returned to this country or final interment at the request if his father, Paul, Fuller, Nora Springs. Col. John N. Gage, command- ng officer of the Chicago quartermaster depot, stated that no in- ormation as to delivery dates will be given out earlier than 7 days prior to the actual delivery. Automatically at this time a telegram will be sent to the. consignee—in most cases the funeral director designated by the next of kin to receive the remains—giving the hour and the day of arrival. The qualified next of kin of the 265,000 identified American deceased now resting in temporary cemeteries scattered throughout the world have already been asked to make their decision as to final interment. So far, GO per cent have ndicated their desire to have their war dead brought back. Thus over 3,000 of Iowa fallen dead will be, returned though Chicago the next 18 months. Col. Gage pointed out that although the government provides the casket, transportation from overseas, a commemoration flag, a headstone, if desired, reinburse- ment of up to $75 toward burial expenses, and a military escort, that the decisions as to the nature and extent of funeral services rest solely with the next of kin. Many veterans groups are voluntarily offering their services for military burial ceremonies. New Hampton Woman Succumbs at Waucoma; Rites to Be Saturday New Hampton—Mrs. Catherine (Moetsch) Benz of this city died Thursday at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Lydia Pleggenkuhle, in Waucoma. She was born in Germany Jan LAST TIME SATURDAY Itit Knockout ttOH iiisji mi KiMwnon h BIG delicious ICE CREAM treats at THE SODA GRILL 31, 1861, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. ohn Nicholas Moetsch and came o this country at the age ot 9 years. On Nov. 23, 1883, she was united n marriage to George Benz at the Lutheran church in New Hampton and lived on a farm south of Lawler until 22 years ago when they moved to New Hampton. She is survived by 7 children, John Benz of Toronta, S. Dak.; Edwin Benz of Oelwein; Mrs. Pleggenkuhle of Waucoma; Milton Benz; Mrs. R. C. Saltzman and Martin Benz all of Lawler and George Benz of New Hampton, one sister, Mrs. Frank Reich and 2 brother*, George and Dave Moetsch, all of New Hampton. Funeral services will be held Saturday at 1:30 at Perry's funeral home and at 2 p. m. at St. Paul's Lutheran church with the Rev. Theodore L. Fritschel officiating. Burial will be in Graceland cemetery. Charles City Farmer Suffers Fatal Stroke Charles City—Funeral services for John S. Horn, 56, of near Charles City, will be held Saturday at 2 p. m. at the Hauser fu- The Beautiful SURF BALLROOM FRI., JULY 16 OLDTIME Fezz Fritchie orchestra • SAT., JULY 17 MODERN Don Ragon Orch. • NEXT FRIDAY Whoopee John Meet You At I he Surf NORTH SHORE CLEAR LAKE [ fREC PARKING & CHECKING TASTY SNACKS or COMPLETE DINNERS You'll Enjoy THE PANTRY 14 NORTH DELAWABE July 16, 1^48 Mason City Globt-G&zetU, Ma»«u C neral home, with burial in Riverside cemetery. He died Wednesday night in a radio supply store at Waterloo following a heart attack. He leaves 2 daughters,' 2 arothers and 3 sisters. PUBLIC DANCE Monday Evening JULY 19 In Community Hall at DUNCAN, IOWA MUSIC BY MOLLERS ACCORDION BAND DANCE American Legion Club 317 North Federal FRIDAY, JULY 16 MACK'S ORCHESTRA Dancing 9:30 to 12:30 NO ADMISSION CHARGE DANCE EVERY FRIDAY NIGHT ANCE Riverside Barn 725 North Kentucky Sat., July 17 MUSIC BY EARL AND HIS RHYTHM BAND FOR BOOTH RESERVATIONS or PRIVATE DANCES Phone 5102-J FREE DANCE V. F. W. Clear Lake Sat. Nite, July 17 Wayne Pringles Orchestra MEMBERS AND GUESTS NOW! THRU SUN, Mat. Sat. at 2 P. M. Addcd-Cartoon-Sports-News I MASON CITY'S EIGHTH ANNUAL HORS Now Showing Ray Charles MILLAND * LAUGHTON :' Movrxn O'SUUIVAN • Rita JOHNSON Elia LANCHESUR GcorgeMACREADY THE WORLD'S MOST PERFECT CRIME PIECE! - STARTS SUNDAY - A PICTURE WITH A HEART! 1 . Ittx I latkr P'otfuctioni, Inc >«...*•. -•' .... ." RUSSELL.JANNEVS . & 4 "THE MIRACLE $0* OF THE BELLS" <' "—• >V FRED FRANK * T ' MacMURRAY • Voliu • SINATRA , v \ ,, tB LEE J. COBB • HAROLD VERMILYU * Plus Cartoon News PICTURE TO MAKE THE WHOLE WORLD HAPPY! PICTURE FOR ALL TO SEE! NOW! Thru Sat. Clear Lake's Greatest Entertainment : 48 hours to get \ the right answer! Co-Hit "HOMESTEADERS of PARADISE VALLEY" with Red Ryder Franchot TONE Janet BLAIR item Plus Color Cartoon — Matinee Sat., 2 P. M. SUN. AND MON rpsi ' Mrt*"*•! At the North Iowa Fairgrounds —Mason City JULY 17 th and 18 th Saturday Night 8 P. M. . . Sunday Night, 8 P. M. Two Entirely Different Programs Sponsored By The MASON CITY SADDLE CLUB THE RITZ CLUB OF CLEAR LAKE wishes to announce the discontinuance of COXTINVOUS St'N. FROM I P. M. inner UNTIL THIS FALL Beginning Sunday, July 18 The Ritz Club Will Be Open From 3 P.M. Until 2 A.M. SERVING FRIED CHICKEN TENDER STEAKS BARBECUED RIBS SEAFOODS TODAY! ll! h P. D. R&UCIIAMP ttm la CalUr'i li(i:itt ttifj Nncfri U GEORGE SHERMAN tniitii Vj LEONARD GOLDSTEIN EfvJ3P Action! Romance! AdrentureT THE LAW ENDS . . . "WHERE THE NORTH BEGINS" RUSSELL HAYDEN - JENNIFER HOLT

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