Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on July 9, 1948 · Page 13
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 13

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Farms Near Swea City Damaged by Hail, Wind Swea City—Three hailstorms on 3 successive days caused damage estimated at between 25 and 30 per cent on farms east of town. Hardest hit were the farms of Guy Woods, Pete Hamervold and the Swea City hatchery. Torrential rains and high winds added to the damage. End "BLONDE SAVAGE' 1 Thur&. "UNTAMED FURY" JIMMV fIGHTS HIS WAV PAST THE PERILS OF A LAWLESS W, RUTHLESS WIST/ "Partners of the Sunset" 2to/rt£ Grays Under the TONTO f? tAt MOVIE REVIEWS By CARL WRIGHT "T-Men," which opens at the Palace theater Friday, starring Dennis O'Keefe, is based on a compilation of 3 actual cases from the files of the Treasury Department and was filmed with the assistance of the law enforcement agency. The film details the operations of a pair of T-Men who go "under cover" to' track down a nationwide counterfeit ring. As far as possible, the entire picture was filmed in the actual cities where the original action took place. And for the co-hit, the Balfe operetta, "The Bohemian Girl," delight of several generations, is neatly drawn and quartered to raw me/ make a Laurel and Hardy festival of laughter. Done with charm and gaiety, the highly tuneful interludes are sandwiched among the fooleries of the comic pair with skillful regard for the familiar story, but the Lauicl and Hardy funmaking rises to uproarious heights. * * * Red Skelton, a veteran of medicine shows, the circus, burlesque, vaudeville, the theater and radio, is perhaps the best of all ad lib- THEATERS AT A GLANCE CECIL—"The Fuller Brunh M»n" plus the Louis-WaleaU flffht pictures now showing. PALACE — "Goldwyn Follies" and "Blf Town After Dark" close Thursday. "T- Men" and "Bohemian Girl" open Friday. STRAND—"If Winter Comes" and "Step by Step" now showing. STATE—"Blonde Savage" and "Untamed Fur) r " close Thursday. "Under the Tonto Rim" and "Partners of (he Sunset" open Friday. LAKE—"Gentleman's Agreement" closes Thursday. "Out of the Blue" and "Silent Conflict" open Friday. PARK—"I Remember Mama" opens Friday. bers in Hollywood today. He's never caught short for a gag and is likely to change the dialogue at the turn of a camera. His substituted situations remain in the completed picture because they fit the situation better than the planned script. This is true throughout "The Fuller Brush Man," showing through Friday at the Cecil theater. * * * Dame May Whitty celebrated her S^rld birthday, her 65th year as an actress, and 101st screen role on the set of "If Winter Comes," showing through Friday at the Strand thtater. Others in the cast are Walter Pidgeon, Deborah Kerr, Angela Lansbury. In the co-hit, "Step by Step," the efforts of an ex-marine and a girl to clear themselves of suspicion of murder motivates the action. Lawrence Tierney and Anne Jeffreys are co-starred, * » i Zane Grey's wildest western drama roars to the screen with Tim Holt in "Under the Tonto Rim," opening Friday at the State theater, with thrills aplenty as the lone avenger defies storm the mountain the law to lair of the The Beautiful SURF BALLROOM Arizona gun-boss. Jimmy Wakely is starred in the co-hit, "Partners of the Sunset." * # a "Out of the Blue," a frothy romantic comedy played by George Brent.Virginia Mayo, Turhan Bey, Ann Dvorak and Carole Landis, opens at the Lake theater Friday. The picture has been hailed as a "best time of your life" comedy. It is based on an original story by Vera Caspary, author of "Laura.' For the co-hit, Bill Boyd is featured as Hopalong Cassidy in "Silent Conflict." * ••:< * Capturing with charm and realism the hilarious tribulations of a courageous family, the adaptation of John Van Druten's smash hit "I Remember Mama," will open at the Park theater Friday. Irene Dunne is the indomitable "Mama 1 of the title, and head of a teeming household harassed by a clan of problem relatives. Hancock 4-H Girls Attend Convention Garner—The following Hancock county 4-H girls left for Iowa State college Wednesday to attend the state convention of 4-H girls, according to announcement by County Home Economist Elsie Mae Van Wert, who will also attend: Doris Lenz, Ell Tip Toppers; Mercedes Formanek, Madison Eivewires; Phyllis Hauan, Crystal Merry Maids; Beverly Haberkamp, Liberty Busy Bees; Harriet Ostendorf, Avery Sunbeams; Phyllis Jurgenson, Boone Magor Pals; Marjorie Young, Garfield Lively Workers; Iva Lou Stevens, Boone Buzzers; Noreen Smith, Orthel Jolly Workers; Darlene Nelson, Concord Nimble Fingers; Muriel Schutjer, Bingham Boosters; Marjorie Bredlow, Liberty Busy Bees; and club leaders, Miss Bernice Weaver and Mrs. Aaron Stromer. MM*H City GUbe-Gatctte, M«»*n City, la. July 8, 1948 .17 Thurs., July 8 Lee Williams Orch. Friday, July 9 Malek Accordion Band NiORTH SHORE CLEAR LAKE FREE PARKING fr CHECKING TRY FOR A Copy tK'rs girl and send us your drawing—perhaps you'll win a COMPLETE ART COURSE FREE. FIVE PRIZES—five complete arf courses FREE including Drawing Outfits (Value of each course/ $240.00). FREE! Each contestant submitting a drawing of sufficient merit will get a grading and our opinion as to whether his or her talent is worth developing. Vocational Training for talented artistic persons is of tremendous importance. Almost everything must be designed before it can be manufactured. Only talented persons can be trained as designers and illustrators. Splendid opportunities are available for trained Commercial Artists, Illustrators and Cartoonists. Many of our former students are earning excellent incomes in the profession. Here's an opportunity to test your talent FREE. C&M& RULES Contestants must be amateurs. Our students not eligible. I. Make copy of girl S inches high, on paper 7 inches high. Draw only the girl, not the lettering. 2. Use ocly pencil or pen. 3. No drawings will be returned. 4. Print your name, address (town, county, state), age, phone number and present occupation on back of drawing. If you H»e in an apartment give apartment number. S. All drawings must be received by July 31,1948. Prize winning drawings will be selected by our faculty. ART INSTRUCTION > INC Dept. 766, 500 So. 4th Street, Minneapolis 15, Minn. .^^b^k. ^^B_ ENDS FRIDAY Visit Joice Friends Joice—Mrs. Joe Abi'aham and baby of Cedar Rapids spent several days visiting at_lhe Tony and George Abraham homes. Mrs. Warren Osborne and baby of Alameda, Cal., who spent the past month with relatvies at Rake, was entertained recently at the Abraham home. Mrs. Joe Abraham is the former Sinoma Abraham of Joice and Mrs. Osborne is the former Arlene Rake, who taught 3 years in the primary grades here. Their baby girls, ribw a year old, were born the same day. PITBLTC NOTICE OF HEARING Public Notice is hereby given that a meeting of the Zoning Commission of the Citv of Mason City, Iowa, will be held nt "the Council Chamber, City Hall, in Mason City. Iowa, on Thursday, July 29. 1948 at 7:30 o'clock p. m. at which time and place requests for changes of zone on the following described property will come on for hearing: Pfaff Baking & Tageson: All of Lots 1-2-3 in Auditor's Plat o£ Lots 1 and 4 In Block 20 in Paul Felt's Plat of Mason City, Iowa, located at the. SW corner of 1st St. S. \V. & Adams Avenue across the alley E of Pfaff Baking to be changed from "E" Apartment to "H" Light Industrial. Sideris: Lots 1 to 11 inclusive in Block 3 in Lehigh Addition to Mason City, Iowa, located on the East side of Federal Avenue between ICth Street NE and 17th Street NE to be changed from "E" apartment and "F" Commercial to "G" Business. ny person interested therein may ap- ca'r and file objections to thereto. II. W. CONOVER. Chairman Zoning Commission. NOW! END FRIDAY Walter Pidgeon in "IF WINTER COMES" Plus "STEP BY STEP" Extra Added Attraction JOE LOUIS, JERSEY JOE WALCOTT OftlCUl CHAMPIONSHIP FIGHT flluS STARTS SATURDAY July 10th 4 FORT APACHE CLEAR LAKE, IOWA Ends Academy Award Winnrr Thurs. GENTLEMAN'S AGREEMENT FRIDAY — SATURDAY SPICY. ROMANTIC COMEDY"! GEORGE BRENT-VIRGINIA MAYO MIM aa CMOK 2' BLY-QVORAHANDIS SILENT CONFLICT llopaloiijr Cas.sidy PLUS — COLOR CARTOOV MATINEE SAT. AT 2 P. M. OF S'OTICE OF THE APPOINTMENT EXECUTRIX iTATE OF IOWA, CERRO GORDO COUNTY, ss.—No. 6332. Notice is hereby given, that the under- Igned has been duly appointed and qualified as Executrix of the estate of 3en J. Smith, Deceased, late of Cerro Gordo County. All persons indebted to aid estate are requested to make Immediate payment; and those will havinfi present claims against the same hem, duly authenticated, to the undersigned for allowance, and file in the office of the Clerk o£ the District Court. MATT1E E. SMITH. WESTFALL, LAIRD &: BURINGTON, Attorneys. Dated June 28, 194B. S. H. TvIi-rPKAK. Clerk District Court. By EVELYN SLOCK, Deputy. NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION Notice is hereby given that at a meeting of the stockholders of the Boyd Bowling Company, at which all of the stock outstanding was represented, and by unanimous vote of those present, it was ordered that the corporation known as Boyd Bowline Company, a corporation organized under the laws of the State of Iowa, be dissolved, and that notice of this dissolution be published according to the requirements of the Code of Iowa. BOYD BOWLING COMPANY By J. C. STODDARD, Pres. GEORGE S. MARTY, Secretary. DANCE AVALON BALLROOM Manly, Iowa Sat., July 10 Music By MALEK'S Accordion Band AHKO-IADIO ricrun A Real Picture And A Great One . . . Human Scenes Straight To The Shoulder! i^K^t-v^v^-i Starts Friday It's the Reader's Digest story that becane a great bwk... IRENE DUNNE GEORGE STEVENSVo^ono, 4 F REMEMBER '-V. MAMA' • BARBARA BEL GEDDES OSCAR HOMOLKA- PHILIP CORN Plus Color Cartoon — News — Matinee Sat, at 2 P. M. . IT HITS... AND HITS... 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