Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on June 29, 1948 · Page 10
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

A Publisher Extra Newspaper

Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 10

Mason City, Iowa
Issue Date:
Tuesday, June 29, 1948
Page 10
Start Free Trial

14 June 28. 1948 Muon CHy GI»k«-G*«eit«, Ms>s«n City. U. MOVIE REVIEWS By CARL WRIGHT M-G-M cracks through \vith a high-octane comedy spree in "The Bride Goes Wild," showing currently at the Cecil theater. It's a show that has them rolling in the aisles. Van Johnson and June Allyson are the happy-gorlucky lovers in this comedy that's more fun than a honeymoon. It's uproarious. You'll laugh and laugh and laugh at this story of a city wolf and an innocent country miss. "The Bride Goes Wild" also features Butch Jenkins, Hume Cronyn and Una Merkel. The original screen play is by Albert Beich. Norman Taurog directed. * * * "Mickey," showing currently at the Palace theater, is definitely midwestern in its clever and true- to-life story of the teenage and family life in a small city not unlike Mason City. The picture was released to mid- western audiences in more than 200 cities in Iowa, Nebraska and Illinois, following the success of a similar premiering of "Scudda Hoot Scudda Hay!" Showing with "Mickey" is a Pine-Thomas thriller, "Caged Fury," a film of the Big Top, in which dramatic action is the keynote. Richard Denning, Sheila Ryan, Buster Crabbe and Mary Beth Hughes are the stars. * * * Thousands who were neld spellbound by Sinclair Lewis' bestseller, "Cass Timberlane," were not disappointed in the M-G-M THEAT7RsTAT~A GLANCE Warrick in the leading rolei of the co-hit, "Driftwood." * * * A wealth of comedy talent has been assembled for "The Senator Was Indiscreet," opening at the Lake theater Tuesday. William Powell plays the senator in one of his suavest manners. Peter Lind Hayes, Ella Raines, Arleen Whelan and Ray CoVlins have important parts. A Pine-Thomas production, "Speed to Spare," is the co-hit, featuring Richard Arlen and Jean Rogers. Golf Tourney Carded at Legion Course July 4-5 ; 1OW! END TUESDAY SPENCER TRACY in 'CASS TIMBERLANE" Plus ddts Dean in "Black Hills' CECIL—"The Bride Goes Wild' •hewing. PALACE—"Mlekey" and "C»rtd Fury" now shewing, STRAND—"C»ss TInto«rUn«" and "Blmek Hills" new shewing-. STATE—"Singapore" *ni "The Ghost COM Wild" dace Mend»y. "Driftwood" mnd "Lost Honeymoon" open Tuesdiy. LAKE—"Bambl" mnd "The Prince of Thlevet" close Mond»y. "The Senator Was Indiioreet" and "Speed to Spare" open Tuetday. film version showing currently at the Strand theater. The lull flavor of the original has been kept, with Spencer Tracy and Lana Turner in the leading roles. Eddie Dean and Roscoe Ates crack down en a gang of bandits who are seeking to steal a ranch, which contains a gold mine in the co-hit, "Black Hills." Shirley Patterson plays the feminine lead. * * * "Lost Honeymoon," opening at the State theater Tuesday, stars Franchot Tone, Ann Richards and Tom Conway in a hilarious story about an architect who cannot remember his marriage, or his twin children. Walter Brennan co-stars with Natalie Wood, Dean Jagger, Charlotte Greenwood and Ruth DANCE AVALON BALLROOM Bamb I Prince of Thieves Manly, Iowa Tues., June 29 Music By THE RIDGE RIDERS NOW SHOWING • •JOY WEEK / ^U Srt^*? ELLA RAINES \ *'s mWJi<l<m COMPANION FEATURE NOVilTV COLOR CARTOON MATINEE WED. AT 2 P. M. Joice Elevator Has Sales Gain Business Increases Despite Severe Fire Joice—At the annual business meeting of the Joice Elevator company. T. O. Gordon, secretary, reported total sales of $337,444.24 with an operating net gain of $12,829.24 over last year. Grinding sales totaled $4,148.97. This business has been carried on in spite of the fact that the main elevator plant was destroyed in a $40,000 fire last July 1 and rnen have been at work since the first of the year building a new plant. The Ibertson Construction company of Minneapolis expects to have the new plant completed and ready for service by the last of July. New equipment on hand'to be installed includes a corn sheller, hammermill and attrition mill. The outside of the 70 foot elevator will be covered with heavy aluminum sheeting instead of galvanized iron • as was originally planned. H. I. Kaasa was elected new director to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of Lauritz Larson. Martin Jensen, Edwin Petersburg and Peter Ostmo were reelected directors to serve with the remaining board members, Ole Kringlaak, Ed Ryan, Ben Anderson, Gilbert Tweeten and James Kell. The newly elected board met immediately following the business session and re-elected Ole Kringlaak president. H. I. Kaas* was named vice president and T. O. Gordon was re-elected as directing secretary. It was decided to raise the amount of preferred stock from $40,000 to $65,000 to make a total of $75,000 together with the common stock. A Legion Holiday golf tournament will be held at the Legion Community golf course on Sunday and Monday, July 4 and 5, according to Neil Plopper, club professional. The meet will be conducted on a match play basis over the sporty 9-hole sand-green layout in northeast Mason City. All matches will be played on a 9-hole basis. The entry fee will be $1.50 lor the tournament and all qualifying scores are to be turned in prior to Saturday night. This is of special note, all tournament matches for the 2 days will take precedence over greens fees players and receive top priority in teeing off. Plopper has announced that the championship flight will be made up of 16 players with 8 players to compete in each oj the lower flights. Tee-off times for all flights will be 8 a. m. and 1 p. m. on-Sunday. On Monday, the times will stay the some for the championship flight while lower flight finals will be played by individual arrangement. Several "extra" prizes will be awarded in the tournament. They will include one for the longest drive off No. 1 tee, the least number of putts lor 9 holes, the best 9-hole score of the tournament and 2 hidden prizes. Thomson Replaces Ashburn in Balloting By United Press Chicago, (U.R)—Bobby Thomson, New York Giants veteran, replaced Rookie Richie Ashburn of the Philadelphia Phillies Monday as the leading candidate lor starting National league centerfielder in the All-Star baseball game. All-Star balloting showed that Thomson led Ashburn by 4,512 votes. It was the first time since the poll began that the young Philadelphia ace had been out of first place. In the race for individual leadership, Ted Williams of the Boston Red Sox led Joe DiMaggio of the New York Yankees by 2,690 votes. Stan Musial of the St. Louis Cards was 3rd and Lou Boudreau of the Cleveland Indians 4th. Indianapolis Takes 5} Game Association Lead By the Associated Press The Indianapolis Indians swept their doubleheader with St. Paul Sunday and boosted their American Association lead to 51 games. Bahr blanked the Saints 2-0 in the opener with a 4-hitter for his 6th triumph of the season. Indianapolis cinched its 2nd consecutive twin victory over St. Paul by winning the nightcap 5-4. Second place Milwaukee divided with tailend Louisville. The Brewers copped the starter 4-3 and the Colonels won the afterpiece 3-0, At Columbus, Minneapolis halted the Redbirds' winning streak at 6 games with a 6-1 opening victory, but the Flock flew back lor a 5-3 nightcap decision. A total of 45 hits, Including 6 homers and 10 doubles, were banged at Toledo. The Hens polished off Kansas City 6-5. The Blues captured the finale 8-4. Lincoln Captures 4th Straight From Pueblo By United Press Lincoln was only U games out of first place in the Western league Monday after handing the 1 Pueblo Dodgers a 4th straight defeat at Lincoln 5-2. In other games, Denver won 5-2 in a night game from Sioux City alter an atternoon game in the Iowa city was postponed because ol rain. And Omana won a 4-3 verdict over Des Moines in Council Blulls. Minor Loop Standings WESTERN LEAGUE W. L. ret.l W. I/. Fet. Pueblo S« SA ••OVID. Maine* 3* SS M* Lincoln Sfl M .MX Bieux Clly M S« .41» Omaha S« M JU«10en»er M W M« AMERICAN ASSOCIATION W. L. Pe«.| W. U l"tt. Ind 1 polls 49 2ft .wsisiln'pelll U SS .41 It Kllw'ke« « tit .IHttiKan. City t» 41 .408 St. Paul 4t II .SIR T»l*«e 1» 48 frt Columbia 40 SI JWWiLouUviHe 27 48 MS Men! Get Summer Suit Comfort with League Leaders AMERICAN LEAGUE G AB R H Pet. Boston . B9 217 50 90 .413 j Cleveland fiO 220 4« R3 .Sfil 5r"own7N«w York • • «» »» « 3 51 '" Zarllla, St. Louis Lindell, New York .%7 204 2(1 01 .S28 4fl 172 IK! 6(i .3'2G NATIONAL LEAGUE G AB Tct. Muslal, St. Louis rafko, Chicago Anhburn, 1'hlladel. Gordon, New York 11 B» 312 W 08 .405 M 20H »•* '1 -'- <4ft (il 253 -tl »7 .H44 S3 183 41 fltt .32H RUNS BATTED IN HERE'S A HIT THE WHOLE TOWN IS TALKING ABOUT! Williams, Reel Sox UlMagglo, Yankees ... Snuer, Reds . Stephens, Red Sox Gordon. Indians ...... Klner, Pirates .. • RUNS Williams, Reil Sox Musial, Cardinals (iS K!) fit Klner. Plralrs • Hed Sox 47 HITS CLEARANCE SALE! $45.00 All Wool Worsted Ready Made . SUITS Our Complete Stock of DRESS SHIRTS SWEATERS . . SLACKS . . . One Group of Fancy NECKTIES . . $3.00 25 % off . $7.95 89c Values to $3.50 LEGAL NOTICE j> End Monday — "Singapore" and "The Ghost Goes Wild" STARTS TUESDAY STARTS TUESDAY < * " FRANCHOT TONE Rlilll mm WIIH BRENNAN DUN !M^ WITt G8WK) NOT1CK OF AMENDMENT TO ARTICLES OR INCORPORATION OF Min-WEST ROOKING COMPANY To whom It m»y concern: Notice I* hereby «iven thnt the Mid- West Roofing Company hus duly amended Article IV of its Articles of Incorporation as follow, 1 !: . . "Article IV of the Articles of Incorporation sh;ill be and Is hereby amended so 09 to substitute the words and figures 'Fifty Thousand Dollars (Sttt.- OlM) OOV for the word! and fiRiires 'Ten Thousand Dollars (SlO.OOO.Dni 1 »« they «l>pear In the 'orlrl»»l Articles, than Increasing the authorized capital from $u\,mio.oo to jM.oofl,no." Dated this 10th day of Jimp. A. D.. 194B. MID-WEST ROOFING COMPANY By P R. KOERBER, President By E. EMIL KOERBER. Secretary JNO. A. SENNEFF, Attorney NOTICE OF niSSOLUTION Notice is hereby Riven that at a meeting of the stockholders of The Home Building and Investment Company, at which all of the stock outstanding wns represented, and by unanimous vote of those present, it was ordered that the corporation known as The Home Building and Investment Company, a corporation organized under the laws of the State of Iowa, be dissolved, and that notice of this dissolution be published according to the requirements of the Code of Iowa. THE HOME BUILDING AND INVESTMENT COMPANY By GEORGE S. MARTY, President N. C. STAM, Secretary Sauer, Red* Musial, Cardinals Williams, Red Sox •"' Asliburn. Phllllc* «• llnudreuu, Indians ••• ;;•' Gusllne, I'lrales '" IIOMERl'NS Saucr, Reds ... ., .'. *- Klner. Pirates . . '' JHMajtglo, Yankees •• 'JJ MusUl, Cardinal* '' Keltncr, Indiana •' Quincy Has 3 Game Three-1 League Lead By the Associated Press Quincy and Evansville were still running 1-2 in the Tree-I league pennant race Monday, but there were several shifts among the other teams. Danville and Terre Haute became locked for 3rd place, each 3$ games behind Evansville. The Braves are 3 games out of the lead. Decatur moved into 7th place with Davenport taking over the cellar. Quincy needed only 2 hits Sunday to edge Davenport 2-1. The Pirates bagged only one run al- Custom Tailors and Men's Furnishings OI'EN FRIDAY EVENINOS 8 South Delaware Phone 450 Townclad* All-Wool TROPICALS NOW ONLY $ 29 00 A Real Special! Were Formerly Much Higher Priced! • Breezy Worsteds! • Careful Tailoring! • Summer Colors! Fine lightweight wool fabrics and confident Town- clad tailoring give you Summer comfort and style! See our new, lightweight selection NOW! •Reg. II. S. Pat. Off. I— SORRY FOLKS! WE DIDN'T HAVE j ENOUGH ROOM THIS WEEK-END . . . BUT YOU CAN STILL SEE IT! TONIGHT or TUESDAY BILL GOODWIN HATTIE McDANIKl. JRCKJE JOHN JUTTON NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL STATE OF IOWA, Ccrro Gordo County, ss. In District Court. No. 6943. June Term, 1G48. To all whom it may concern! You nre hereby notified, thnt an instrument ol writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of Matilda Zlrbel, Deceased, dated May 21. ItHB, having been this flay filed, opened and read, Monday the 12th day of July, 19-18, Is fixed for hearing proof of same at the Court House in Mason City. Iowa, before the District Court of said County, or the Clerk of said Court; and at 2 o'clock P. M., of the day above mentioned nil persona interested are hereby notified and required to appear, and show cause. If any they have, why said instrument should not be probated and allowed aa and for the last Will and Testament of said deceased. Dated at Mason City, Iowa, June in. 1048. S. H. MacPEAK, Clerk of District Court By EVELYN SLOCK, Deputy NOTICE OF THE APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTRIX STATE OF IOWA, Ccrro Gordo County, ss. No. 6921. Notice Is hereby given, that the undersigned has been duly appointed and qualified aa Executrix of the estate of Amelia Chulck Negomlr, Deceased, late of Cerro Gordo County. All persons indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment; and those having claims against the same will present them, duly authenticated, to the undersigned for allowance, and file in the office of the Clerk of the District Court. DONNA CHUICK HITZHUSEN, MURRAY H. FINLEY, Attorney Dated June 18, 1048. S. H. MacPEAK, Clerk District Court .By EVELYN SLOCK, Deputy though getting 8 hits. Terre Haute downed Decatur 5-3, but the Commies bounced back to take the nightcap 9-1. Danville dropped a pair to Evansville. The Braves won the opener 9-3 and afterpiece 11-10. GOHAWKS BEAT COMETS 9-7 Charles City — In their first game under lights, the Charles City Comets threw the book at Waverly Friday night but came out a 9-7 loser at the hands of the Gohawks. Outhitting the Waverly SLEEP COOL 12-3, the forgot tnat you have to hand onto the ball and throw it right. Waverly had their big inning in the 6th when they saw 4 boys scamper across the home plate. These runs were given them by virtue of 4 errors, 2 bases on balls and n single hit. Binger was on the mound for the Comets with Waid catching. Johnston did the mound work for the Gohawks and Weltner backstopping. Brandt also did relief work in the box for the winners. NOTICE OF PKOBATE OF WILL STATE OF IOWA, Cerro Gordn County, us. In District Court. No. 69S1. June Term, 1048. To nil whom It may concern: You are hereby notified, that an instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of Charles K. Plattenburg, Deceased, dated August 23, 1044, having been this day filed, opened and read, Monday the Iflth day of July, 1048, U fixed for hearing proof of same at the Court House In Mason City, Iowa, before the District Court of sold County, or the Clerk of riald Court; and at 2 o'clock P. M., of the day abovo mentioned nil persons Interested are hereby notified and required to appear, and (how caii'e if any they havo, why aaid instrument should not be probated and allowed as and for the last Will and Testament of said deceased. Dated «t Muson City, Iowa, June IRth, 1048. S. H. MacPEAK. Clerk of District Court By EVELYN SLOCK, Deputy NOTICE OF THE AFPOINTMF.NT OF ADMINISTRATRIX STATE OF IOWA, Ccrro Gordo County, IX, NO. 6U53. Nolle* 1s hereby given, th«t the undersigned has been duly appointed and qualified as Administratrix of the estate of O. W. Wnllmo, Deceased, late of Ccrro Gordo County. All pei-«on» Indebted to said estate are requested to make Immediate payment; and tho*« having claims against the ««me will present them, duly authenticated, to the under- nlgncd for allowance, and file in (he office ol the Clerk of the DUtrlct Court. MADELYN WALL.MO RALPH 8. STANBERY, Attorney Dated June IB, 164R ' S. H. MncPEAK. Clerk District Court Bb; EVELYN BLOCK, Deputy SET 4-H TOURNEY — Mitchell county 4-H Softball tournament 5s set for July at Sawyer field, Osage, beginning at 9 a. m. Pairings made for the first round include St. Ansgar vs. Otranto, West Cedar vs. Jenkins, Liberty vs. East Cedar and Union vs. Mitchell. Stacyville will play Osage and Lincoln will compete with Burr Oak. Rock Club drew a bye and plays in the 2nd round. Championship game will be played at the Farm Bureau to be held at a later date. ALIGN AWAKE REFRESHED WITH A G-E HOME COOLING FAN No more sultry nights when you toss and turn in fretful sleep ... no more listless working hours ... no more stifling rooms forever sending you to the refrigerator or the corner drug store for refreshment. No more of any of these with a G-E Home Cooling Fan! This new fan keeps you cool . . . two ways. It lowers room temperatures at night by replacing hot, stagnant, inside air with great quantities of fresh, cool air drawn in from outside. It also maintains air in constant, soothing motion. OUR STEERING Checks are free but our correction Are more than free for they save many times their cost. Get them In time to prevent Killing and crippling crashes. PRITCHARD MOTOR CO. Tear friendly r»rt Dealer 202 Ht St. g. E. Ph. 922 Installed in attic or basement, this fan cools the whole house. Ranging in size from 30" up to 48", It is suitable for homes of all sizes. It is low in cost, economical in operation. Come in or c*ll m *bout * Horn* Cooling Fan for y«ur home. After sundown your G-E Horn* Cooling Fan pulls in a flood of evening air, pushes out heat, odors, tmoke, stale air... and whisks away fatigue. You keep cod during Iho sleep comfortably at night. GAS & ELECTRIC COMPANY

What members have found on this page

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,100+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Publisher Extra Newspapers

  • Exclusive licensed content from premium publishers like the Globe-Gazette
  • Archives through last month
  • Continually updated

Try it free