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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 8

Mason City, Iowa
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Saturday, June 5, 1948
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MOVIE By CARL WRIGHT ism th« h"i g ' VUh Charm and rea - hllar , lous tribulations of a family ' RKO Radio's ', ta , Uon of John Van - Smash hit ' " I Remember Saturday PGnS at the Cecil theate <" is {he AT A Street" urday. . . D » J "»>s Rode" and i1 °" est Man " close W Affalr " an r dtty> " Gr «n Bi>lp«!n rossed Trail*" open Sal- -! dor Dr "mmond Strikes ilvcr Slallion- , 101V s)low . 1 " «•> "B1.CU ing u v she , h r". u rood though vicissitudes which would wreck many «no . She also guides a limping ro- daifJift ' the 3ltar ' ai ' ra »ge! her daughter's career, wallops the family budget into working order, and buoys up the morale of all concerned. Co-starring with Miss Dunne are Barbara Bel Geddes, Oscar Homolka and Philip Dorn Featured are Sir Cedric Hardwicke Edgar Bergen, Rudy Vallee and Barbara O'Neill. The production is by George Stevens, with Harriett .Parsons as producer, and screen Play by DeWitt Bodeen. * * i A "private eye" investigates the private lives of 5 women in Columbia's thriller, "I Love Trouble ' and comes up with scandalous secrets only murder can silence The film opens at the Palace theater Saturday. The film is based on Roy Hu«- gms' fast mystery novel, "The Double Take." Franchot Tone is the harcl-hitting sleuth who takes time out to show his appreciation of a pretty face. The rise of a share-cropper's son to the governorship of a great southern state. 'is the story of the co-hit, "Louisiana." It is the life- story of Governor Jimmie Davis of Louisiana, who portrays himself. * » + Winner of M-G-M's $200, n prize novel contest, Elizabeth Goudgc's best-seller, "Green Dolphin Street," opens at the Stranc theater Saturday. The spectacular film version stars Lana Turner Van Heflin, Donna Reed and Richard Hart. "Crossed Trails." the co-hit, ha; thrills galore, with Johnny Mac Brown in the starving role. He again proves he's a creditable cow boy hero. * * * Fiction's smooth sleuth. Bulldog Drummond, is the subject of thrilling adventure in Columbia' "Bulldog Drummond Strike. Back," showing currently at the Slate theater. Ron Randell is cas as the debonaire English detective with Gloria Henry and Annbe Shaw in the feminine leads oppo site him. "Silver Stallion" is the Riverside Barn 725 North Kentucky Sat., June 5th Music by EARL'S RHYTHM BAND FOR BOOTH RESERVATIONS PRJVATE^DANCES Phone 5102-J AP Wlrephoto DUTCHTREA T—The "Sergeant," a little lady of 9 months named Mercedes Rail, looks out of porthole of army transport Zebulon Vance when she arrived here Wednesday from Maastr richt, Holland. She is traveling with her father, Sgt. William Rail, of Salamanca, N. Y. co-hit, with David Sharpe starrer with his horse "Thunder." * * * A prizefighter is murdered in M o n o g r a m's "The Knockout,' showing currently at the Lake theater. It is the 3rd of a film scrieb based on Ham Fisher's populni comic-page strip. Leon Errol stars in the comedy-drama in the role of. Knobby Walsh, with Joe Kirkwood as Joe Palooka. "Black Hills," latest in the Eddie Dean series, is the co-hit. _uce Picks Vandenburg n Deadlock Omaha, Nebr., (U.R) — Clare 3oothe Luce predicted Thursday ien. Arthur Vandenberg of Michi- an will get the republican presi- tential nomination "instantly" if he national convention becomes deadlocked. "Senator Vandenberg will get it nstantly if one of the front run- lers fails to go over early in the convention," Mrs. Luce said. She announced several months ago that Vandenberg was her choice for the republican nomination. Sees Dewey Over Stassen The fight for the nomination "is an awfully even horse race," Mrs Luce said. "Gov. Dewey of New York, Sen. Robert A. Taft of Ohio and Harold E. Stassen of Minnesota all have a good chance, although I believe Stassen doesn'' stand as good a chance as, say Governor Dewey." Mrs. Luce, here to receive an honorary degree from Creightoi university, predicted the republican candidate would be named "possibly on the 7th or 8th bnl- lot." "Regardless of whom the nex president is," she said, "it will take a very adroit man to steer the country during the next 4 to years." The former congresswoman froir Connecticut said she was out o politics, "but when campaign time comes around I get agitated." Women, she said, "should no hold federal office except in cer Head of Klemme School Resigns Klemme—A. L. Kingery, who has been superintendent of school here for the past several years tendered his resignation to the school board. As yet Mr. Kingery is undecided as to his future plans, but has had some attractive offers as superintendent in other schools. He may give up teaching and go into business. A film seed bed, relatively free of weed seeds, and early sosving arc usually preferable for flax. TEMPTING FOOD AT The Soda Grill CO-HIT "Silver Stallion" \vith DAVID SHARTK "Thunder" The Wonder Horse Clear I,;ikc Now! Through Saturday It's Twins! ^i|ic": i|T ' SAKNOCKOUT! '••"""ij ...for laughs, love JOE ELYSt ERROL • KiRKVVOOD • KNOX Companion Hit! Plus Cartoon — Rial. Sat. at 2 SUN. — MON. — TUBS. Academy Award Winner Lorelta YOIUIR In The Surprise Picture Full Of Hearty Lau/fhs!! Cory's Carryin' on Again! I'liis — Color Cartoon "Wlial's Breivin' Bruin" Late World News Continuous Sunday from I P. iM. LET'S SKATE AT GARLOCK'S ROLLER RiNK NORA SPRINGS Every Afternoon and Evening RUDD, IOWA Sat, June 5th Music By SOUTHERN SYNCOPATORS ain circumstances—they should be ither spinsters or widows." Reps. Helen Gahagan Douglas, D-Cal.), is the only congress- voman who is not a spinster or widow, she said. "A spinster or widow," Mrs. ruce said, "has no conflicts of loyalty to her family." She said Stassen's "best chance or national office appeared to be that of vice president with peaker Joe Martin of Massachusetts the republican nominee." Elevator Manager at Mallard Found Dead Emmelsburg—W. C. Hunt, 47, died suddenly of a heart attack at his home in Mallard Wednesday evening. Mr. Hunt, who was manager of the North Iowa Elevator company at Mallard, had gone out to work in his garden in the evening and when he didn't come in at dark his family went out to the garden and found him. He is survived by his wife and a son and daughter. Fayette County Tax on Property Mounts West Union—Property owners in "ayette county paid $232,849.88 lore property taxes in 1947 than icy did in 1942, it was revealed his week by local Farm Bureau fficials. Figures taken from the Iowa itate Tax commission report show .n increase in taxes of §69,411.26 n property in cities and towns of he county, and an increase of '163,438.62 on property in the rural districts of the county. These fig- ires do not include the taxes on money and credits. GIULS PLAN RALLY West Union—The annual rally day for girls' 4-H clubs of Fayette county is scheduled for Tuesday at Upper Iowa university, Fayette At that time 16 girls are expected to enter the good grooming contest, and from these one girl will be chosen 1o enter the state contest. WHEN IN MASON CITY EAT WHERE FOOD IS KING We Serve Storz Beer The Covered Wagon We Cater to Parlies "Fireproof" THIS SUNDAY ENJOY THE 'inner St. Ansgar Planning 3-Day Celebration St. Ansgar—St. Ansgar is planning a 3-day celebration July 30, 31 and Aug. 1. R. C. Mueller has been named chairman of arrangements for the big homecoming event. Aug. 1 has been set aside for the churches of the community when family groups can attend the church of their choice and meet with old acquaintances. Firemen Plan Hop West Union—Tickets are now on sale for the 50th annual Firemen's ball to be hold in the Park pavilion on the fairgrounds June 9. Les Hartman and his orchestra will furnish the music for dancing. Proceeds from the sale of tickets will go to help defray costs of the department, reports Fire Chief Will Philips, AT THE RITZ CLU SERVING FROM 12 NOON TO 9 P. M. SUNDAY, JUNE 6 SWISS STEAK OR ' VIRGINIA BAKED HAM BAKED OR FRENCH FRIED POTATOES WHOLE KERNEL CORN OR CREAMED PEAS RELISH TRAY ROLLS — DRINK DESSERT OPEN TILL 2 A. M., SERVING STEAKS — CHICKEN — RIBS — SEA FOODS SOUTH SHORE — CLEAR LAKE 125 North Kentucky Mason City Serving Delicious Dinners from 12 o'clock noon, till 8 p. m. MENU Tomato Juice Cocktail Relish Tray Chopped Combination Salad Roast Sirloin of Beef . . . $1.25 Whipped Potatoes Virginia Baked Ham . , . $1.50 Whipped Potatoes or Candied Sweets Cottage Cheese and Peach Salad Choice of Buttered Peas or Corn Hot Rolls and Butter Coffee or Ice Tea or Milk -SERVING CHILD PORTIONS ALSO Fresh Fried Spring Chicken From Our Own Broiler Plant COLD PLATE SPECIAL Cold Brounschweiger — Potato Salad Cottage Cheese and Peach Salad Rolls and Coffee ... $1.00 CONTINUOUS SERVICE Until 1 :00 A. M. Barbecued Ribs — Chicken — T-Bone Steaks Beef Tenderloin — Pan-Fried Perch or Pike Fillets PHONE 2002 FOR SPECIAL DINNER ACCOMMODATIONS OR PRIVATE PARTIES TASTY SNACKS or COMPLETE DINNERS You'l! Enjoy THE PANTRY 11 NORTH DKLAWAItK : arm Youth Injured While Plowing Corn Latimer — Derald Merrill, 10 fear old son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Merrill, is being treated at a lamptpn hospital for a serious oot injury. While plowing corn on he Harvey Holz farm near Alexander, the youth's foot was badly crushed in the power life of the ractor-cultivator. Attend Wedding Waucoma — Mrs. Maude Kurd and son Arthur went to Dubuque Wednesday where they will attend the wedding Saturday of the former's daughter, Mrs. Marjorie Powers, and Fred Williams. Now Open Dining Room Billy's Casino —Specializing In— CHOICE FOODS STKAKS — CHICKEN — RIBS and SEAFOODS Open 5 P. M. Daily Tor Private Parties, Phone SI1-W Wilda Curry, Proprietress END FRIDAY — "The Arnelo Affair" — "Wild Frontier" SATURDAY June 4, 1948 9 Mason City Globe-Gazette. Mason Ciiy, la. Chester—Mr. and Mrs. Francis Mitchell are the parents of a daughter born May 27. Plus- Action Galore! cXE?, •%-' JOHNNY MACK BROWN in "CROSSED TRAILS" The THIS WEEK'S DANCE PROGRAM TONITE OLD TIME HAROLD ririlA, LYNN KERNS SATURDAY Teddy Phillips SUNDAY Offers You These Exclusive Features at No Extra Cost fcvery Facility for Your Dancing Pleasure ... Perfectly Conditioned Dance Floor ... Summer-Winter Temperature Control ... Adequate Ventilation ... Ample Booths, Checking, Parking Comfortable — Spacious Lounges Most Attractive Ballroom in (He • Middle Weir. A Gay. Pleasant. WKolsloma Atmosphere. A Weekly Program of Modern and Old Stylo to Ptoaso All Agei in Muiic Tairei. Eicollont Dance Bands at All Times. For an Evening of Real Entertainment and Relaxation. Dancing at the Torp li Your Bait Choice. Coming Tlii:rs.. .Jmir lolh ALVINO REY ..''AUStlKfi ENDS FKII1AV "DAISY KENYON" DANA JOAN ANDKKWS r HAWK OK II DANCE AVALON BALLROOM Manly, Iowa Saturday, June 5 HAPPY JAKE'S ORCHESTRA Come to., HERMAN and IRENE'S TAVERN DANCING Manly, Iowa DANCE American Legion Club 317 North Federal FRIDAY, JUNE 4 OSCAR PALENYK and His 7 Piece Band Dancing 9:30 to 12:30 NO ADMISSION CHARGE DANCE EVERY FKIDAY NIGHT END FRIDAY "WHEN THE DALTONS RODE" "YOU CAN'T CHEAT AN HONEST MAN" DO YOU TELL YOUR HUSBAND EVERYTHING? 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