Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on June 30, 1948 · Page 18
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 18

Mason City, Iowa
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Wednesday, June 30, 1948
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4 June Z», 194ft CHy GUbe-Gaxette, Mas«n Ctty, la. Complete Sewer to New Home Area Charles City—-City crews completed the installation of 400 feet HOME COOKED MEALS Generous Servings THE PANTRY 14 North Delaware of sewer on Seventh avenue, opening the way for the excavations for 6 new homes planned at the east edge of that street by R. W. Suhr. Sunr plans to start excavation work this week on the former Bartz property. Forty-six homes in all are planned for the addition. An additional 400 feet of sewer line to extend to I street will be started by the city later, according to officials. Swaledale — Mrs. C h a r 1 e s L. Crabb is presenting her music class in a recital in her home Thursday with the mothers as guests. END TUBS. — "CASS TIMBERLANE" — "BLACK HILLS" OPENS WEDNESDAY SCREEN' OF FRONTIER OUTLAWS! IttMl'STERR RANDOLPH SCOTT ANN RiCKARDS GEORGE-GabDy'HAYES PLUS — COMEDY HIT — "DING DONG WILLIAMS" Some Corn Laid By; Oats Good Clarion—Wright county crops are looking especially good due to the recent rains. Farmers are cultivating corn for the 3rd time and some fields have been laid by. Oats look exceptionally good. Soybeans are likewise good and the rains have germinated some seed that was lying dormant, making the stand uneven. Pastures are recovering. Some hay has been caught down by the rains. The fields are clean and farmers have the weeds under control. All in all this year shows one of the best crop prospects ever. Suffers Hip Fnuitare Clarion—Miss Alice Gibbs, 84, was taken to the State University hospital at Iowa City for treatment of a fractured hip suffered in a fall at her home Saturday evening. Miss Gibbs was taken to the Clarion General hospital for temporary treatment. MOVIE NOW ENDS WED. Clear Lake WHAT THIS TOWN NEEDS IS A GOOD, LONG, LOUD LAUGH! MEET THE SENATOR! William Powell ELLA RAINES Arleen Whelan • Peter Lind Hayes "COMfANiON^Hlf!" MATINEE "WED., 2 P. M. Richard Arlen • Jean Rogers NOW SHOWING END TUESDAY—"MICKEY," In Color; "CAGED FURY' OPENS WEDNESDAY YOUR FAVORITE ACTION SLEUTH 'TAMES THE MASTER OF HORROR! RALPH BYRD f ANNE GWYNNE THE SCREEN'S TWO NEW SCREAMS! Jackie f COOGAN Jackie COOPER DANCE AVALON BALLROOM Manly, Iowa Tues., June 29 Music By THE RIDGE RIDERS Coming Soon—"Montana Mike" — "My Dog Rusty' Next Thurs. July 1st ONE NITE ONLY DANCE TO REVIEWS By CARL WRIGHT "French Leave," which opens at the Palace theater Wednesday, is a highly diverting production costarring Jackie Coogan and Jackie Cooper. The ex-kid stars are no less entertaining as adults. They are cast as merchant seamen and fall in an out of brawls, fist-fights and romance as they chase after a lass connected with the black markets—and they have a rough time of it. In the co-hit, "Dick Tracy Meets Gruessome," Ralph Byrd, who again portrays the jut-jawed THEATERS AT A GLANCE CECIL,—"The Bride Goes Wild" now showing. PALACE —"Mickey and "Cared Fury" oloie Tuesday. "Tracy Meets Gruesome' and "French Leave" open Wednesday. STRAND—"Cass Timberlane" and "Black Hills" close Tuesday. "Bad Man's Ter_ ritory" and "Dlnj Don* Williams" open Wednesday. STATE—"Driftwood" and "Lost Honeymoon" now showing. LAKE—"The Senator Was Indiscreet" and "Speed to Spare" now showing. sleuth, shares stellar honors with Boris Karloff in the part of Gruesome, a tough ex-convict who high-jacks himself into the leadership of a gang of crooks. Karloff turns in a spine-chilling performance as the sinister killer, and Byrd is consistently excellent as the perservering Tracy. Anne lin street who have been visiting in Canyon City. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Regel and daughters, Constance and Carol, left Sunday for Verona, N. J., after a 2 weeks' visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Regal, 906 Gilbert street. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Regel and daughters, Susan and Joyce, of Chicago, left Friday after a 10-day visit with Mr. and Mrs. Regel. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Drummond, of Boston, Minn., and Mrs. and Mrs. Kenneth Drummond and daughter, of Minneapolis, Minn., visited Mrs. F. E. Hartley, 801 Harwood street, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Larson and children, Peter, Ginger and Ruth, of Shreveport, La., are guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Larson, 600 Kelley street, for a family reunion. Blackburn, Bill Immel, Lyle Hildebrand, David Springer, Donald Springer, Don Shepley, Jack Aurand, Dick Baldwin, Norman Kerr, Pete Parker, Eugene Judas, Bob Granner, Bob North, Roger Smith, Art Reynolds, Andy Melrose, Jim Nicholson, David Coleman, Howard McCord, Russell Thompson, Bob Heckinson, Bill Fluhrer, Lloyd Gulick and Delwyn Bluhm. George North and Ted Ste%vart will serve on the camp staff. Members of Troop 72 who are going to camp will leave July 18 Methodist church, was appointed o the church at Marble Rock and he Rev. J. K. Delahooke, pastor of the First Methodist church, was re-appointed to his present charge. It was Mr. Delahooke's 4th appointment as pastor of the First Methodist church. The appointments leave vacancies at.both the St. Charles pastorate, the church which was destroyed by fire this spring, and at Those who have registered for camp are Jim Mau, Frankly n Thompson, Allan Adler, Russel Reynolds, Donald Reckner, Roy Beaver, Chuck Thomas, Vernon Kralchmer, George Asleson, Pa Keefe and Lowell Hicok. Greene. They will be filled later. The Rev. W. F. Belling of Charles City, supply pastor at Floyd, was also re-appointed to that pastorate. Other Floyd county appointments were Nora Springs, the Rev. C. Dana Boggie, re-appointed. A pastor at Rudd is also to be supplied. Undulant fever in man is traceable to brucellosis of cattle. Gywnne is Trueheart. the girl-friend, Tess Showing at the Cecil theater through Wednesday is M-G-M's howling success, "The Bride Goes Wild," featuring Van Johnson, June Allyson, Butch Jenkins, Hume Cronyn and Una Merkel. Van is the author of kids' books who hates kids. June is the innocent country lass who tames a city wolf. Butch is just running wild. It's a side-splitting comedy. * * * An exciting dramatization of a vivid chapter in the history of the Old West, opens at the Strand theater Wednesday in "Badman's Territory." Randolph Scott and Ann Richards respectively play the hero and heroine of the picture, which deals with old events in the Oklahoma Panhandle. For the co-hit, the Strand offers "Ding Dong Williams." * * * For charm, originality of story treatment and for the perfection with which even the most minor role is acted, "Driftwood," showing currently at the State theater, is hard to beat. The theme revolves around a charming little girl played by Natalie Wood. For the co-hit, Franchot Tone, Ann Richards and Tom Conway are cast in "Lost Honeymoon." * * * George S. Kaufman, peer of contemporary American theater as both dramatist and director, makes his debut as a film director with "The Senator Was Indiscreet," showing currently at the Lake theater. William Powell is the star. For the co-hit, the Lake is offering "Speed to Spare," a rip-roaring adventure of the highway heroes who man the super cargo trucks. Richard Arlen and Jean Rogers are the stars. Charles City Boy Scouts at Lake Camp Charles City—Fifty boys from various Boy Scout troops in Charles City are scheduled to attend Camp Roosevelt, at Clear Lake this summer. Camp started Sunday with 112 scouts and their leaders arriving from all parts of Iowa. Charles City, Woolstock, Grafton, Ackley, Clarksville, Eagle Grove, Rudd, Rockford, Northwood and Mason City are represented. Camp Director Allan Duitman, of Charles City, and his camp staff have been there for the past 2 weeks, getting the camp in shape and undergoing a period of staff training. Elmer Gates, of Charles City, who is a member of the camp committee, was at camp all last week, making improvements in the kitchen. Norman Kerr, of Charles City, is one of the handicraft instructors who has also been at camp for a week. Tom Kelly, of Osage, has been setting up a rifle range. Mrs. Elmer Gates, of Charles City, will again be the camp cook with Jim Kelly of Osage, a veteran member of the staff, as her assistant. Boys of Troop 78, who left Sunday for camp include Bill Sheeley, Joe Gardner, Bob Ewald, Marvin Herbert, Keith LaBounty, Lee Kloft, Greg Kuehn, Dale Hargrave, Jim Doore, Al Hennagir, Jerry Kobliska and John Owens. Troop members who will leave at 12:30 p.m., July 4 from the Congregational church are George North, Douglas Butler, Larry Phearman, Tom Stratton, Carl Changes in Pastors of North Iowa Charles City—The Rev. C. D. James, pastor of Central Methodist church here for about 9 years, has been appointed pastor of the Methodist church at Osage, it was announced at the Upper Iowa conference session at Mount Vernon. Named to fill the vacancy in the local church was the Rev. H. F. Mercer, pastor at Greene. At the same time the Rev. W. F. Bearse, pastor of St. Charles FARM NEEDS BALE TIES • 3-4-5-6 TINE FORKS HAY SLINGS • HAY PULLEYS • ROPE HAY CARRIERS • ELECTRIC FENCERS DOOR TRACK and HANGERS SPRAYERS GOOD STOCK OF BOLTS — T HINGES — STRAP HINGES Boomhower Hardware ORIN SCHRECKENGOST, Service Manager HERE'S WHY! JIMMY SMITH And His Orchestra Wed., June 30 Dancing From 9 Till 1 Admission $1.00, Tax Incl., Per Person RIVERSIDE BARN 725 North Kentucky Mason City Only $1.95 per quart $6.75 per gal. 4 Colors for Concrete & Cement Clear (transparent) Wood & Linoleum • ONE COAT primes, seals, paints and protects concrete and cement floors . . . seals and finishes wood and linoleum floors . . . ALL IN ONE OPERATION! *> Guaranteed not to crack, chip or peel! Dirt, oil, grease cannot stain—BUT WASH CLEAN! *> Economical! Easy to use! Covers double the area. Costs less than Ic per square foot. One coat covers... both INTERIORand EXTERIOR surfaces! A Eliminates etching for * concrete (except new concrete), eliminates sealers and varnish for wood floors. Try FLOR-CEAL today! Discover how it can add beauty and value to your home . . . quickly, easily, efficiently . . . FOR LESS MONEY! Satisfaction guaranteed or your money back. Electric Motor Repairing By Experienced Men NEW AND USED MOTORS BOUGHT AND SOLD. ZACK BROS. ELECTRIC CO. 302 Second S. W. Phone 977 EP HERD'S PAD NT & WALLPAPER The town Is wild over this one. STARTS THURSDAY • CANTOR JOAN DAVIS If too Knew SUSIE- The Show With Everything! MEET ME AT THE CECIL SUNDAY "THE FULLER BRUSH MAN" — with — RED SKELTON Charles City Briefs Births at the Cedar Valley hospital Sunday included a daughter to Dr. and Mrs. Emmett Ayers, and a son to Mr. and Mrs. John Hall, all of Charles City. Miss Lola Buenneke of Los Angeles, Cal., is spending a 2 weeks' vacation with her mother, Mrs. Hilda Wente. Mr. and Mrs. James Horton left Friday for Leach Lake, Minn., on a week's fishing trip. The Bert Nolin family, 600 3rd avenue returned from Des Moines after spending last week there on business and visiting relatives. Mrs. H. D. Conner of Osage, and Miss Helen Marth of Charles City, spent the weekend in Des Moines with their sister, Rose Marth. W. M. Carbiener and 1 Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Carbiener and son, Billy, visited Fred Carbiener at Waterloo Sunday afternoon. Fred is a brother of W. M. Carbiener. Senator and Mrs. R. W. Zastrow, 200 3rd avenue, left Friday for Colorado where they will spend a week at Sprague's Lodge. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Lorch and daughter, Cheryl, were in St. Paul, Minn., Monday where the former attended funeral services for an aunt, Mrs. Mary Lorch, who died there Thursday. Mayor Harold S. Henry and members of the city council, City Clerk Madeline Nicholson and representatives of the local paper have been invited to attend a preview dance at the new Surf ballroom at Clear Lake Wednesday. Mrs. William Fritsche, son Leon, and daughter, Phyllis, left Sunday for a 3 weeks' vacation in California. They will visit relatives at Nephi, Utah, and Alameda and Puent, Cal. Mr. and Mrs. Charles I Wood are traveling with them as far as Denver, Colo., where they will visit relatives. St. John's Lutheran Ladies Aid will meet in the church parlors Thursday at 2:30 p. m., in charge of refreshments are Miss Louise Birkholtz, chairman, Mrs. Ida Hartman, Mrs. John Meineke, Mrs. Walter Frietag, Miss Bertha Meyer and Mrs. Fred Heinzarling. Mrs. B. A. Noble, 200 Sprigg I street, left Saturday for New Ulm, Minn., to visit her daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. John Gnam. She will travel with them to Buffalo, Wyo., to meet her sister, Mrs. Jessie Weeks. The party will spend 2 weeks traveling through the west. Miss Donna Weissenbuehler, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Weissenbuehler, of Canyon City, Colo., is visiting Mr. and Mrs. William Weissenbuehler, 403 Second avenue, and other friends and relatives here. She arrived here with Mr. and Mrs. Clarence S moo istance t two ponts Come in ... discover the exclusive Packard ride! EVEN before your first revealing ride, it's easy to understand why Packard's luxurious comfort is out of this world! For Packard has an exclusive suspension system that adjusts itself automatically to variations in load and road! And here's why it gives you a perfect ride: 1. It has softness —to swallow little tremors as well as abrupt bumps. 2. It has firmness —for safe, restful road- ability ... on a wind-swept super highway or a winding country road. 3. It has all-load flexibility —no more "riding high" with a light load ... no more sag under a full one. 4. And the smoothness lasts —for Packard springs are self-controlling. So, get a good basis for your comfort comparison. Look first at the leader—at your nearest Packard showroom! ASK THE MAN WHO OWNS ONB H & H MOTORS 12—7th Street S. E. Mason City, Iowa Phone 1489 Havner and son, Rebbie, 503 Hu- !

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