The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on February 19, 1954 · Page 4
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February 19, 1954

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 4

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F»b. 1954 !»«·· CUyGlobe-G»«lie, Maton city, la. At Your Theaters-Brasselle's Eyes Spell Cantor Tale Those big brown eyes which helped bring everlasting fame to Eddie Cantor serve the same purpose for Keefe Brasselle, who is playing Eddie in "The Eddie Cantor Story" at the Palace Theater. Because his orb routine is so like Cantor's he has been labeled "The Eyes." This is not the first t i m e an anatomical designation has been hung on a celebrity, however. Frank Sinatra got "The Voice" tag, followed by Lauren Bacall as "The Look." Azi attractive young woman named Marie McDonald was labeled '-The Body/' and An- Migs and Sabre Jets as they battle thousands of feet above battle- scarred Korea, are shown in ''Sabre Jet/' now at the Strand Theater. There are no studio rehearsed thrills in these sequences, as even (he audience can verify. The' scenes were shot by color cameras located in the wings of the combat jets. Co-featured is "Ghosts on Hie Loose," with the East Side Kids, Leo Gorcey, Hunlz! Hall, Ava Gardner ami Bela Lugosi. Humphrey Bogart and Kathryn Hepburn are co-starred in "The African Queen," at the Band Box Theater. It is a story of an African adventure during World War I and is filmed in technicolor. "Toughest Man in Arizona" is 'co-featured, with Vaughn Monhoe and Joan Leslie in starring roles. Will Rogers Jr., makes use of the long rope in his role of the THEATERS AT A GLANCE CECIL -- "Knighls of Ihc Houml Table" now slioivlnu. I'ALACK--"The Kddlr CmiUir Slory" now showing. STBAM--"Sabre Jcl" ami "Ghosts on the Jjdose" now showing. BAND BOX--"The African QIICI-U" and "Toughest Man In Arlioua" now showing LAKE--"The Roy From Oklahoma" jion showing. gun-shy, gal-shy rock County in ' sheriff of Blue- 'The Boy From Oklahoma," no\v at the Lake Theater. The picture is in color and co - stars Rogers with Nancy son. 01- court on a ruling by Judge William Butler declaring unconstitutional a law giving trustees authority to license theaters. The Central Stales Theater Corp., owners of the Drive-In Theater, were granted a permanent injunction restraining t h e defendants from interfering with the plaintiff in operating the drive-in theater. State Fair to Mark Century of Existence DES MOINES (UP) -- Iowa's 100th state fair, to be held here Au£. 28-Sept. G, will be tiie "largest and most elaborate" in its history, L. B. Cunningham, fair secretary said Thursday. The fair will have a centennial theme, in commemoration of the first state fair in Iowa in Fail-field. Oct. 25-27, 1854, and will feature pioneer exhibits, Cunningham said. Cunningham said the fair will "greatly expand" lertainment and its regular en- education fea- ila Colby drew attention as "The Face." And a long, long time ago probably tiie first such nickname was tacked on Jimmy Durante, generally known as "The Schnoz.' Brasselle's eyes perform amazing ocular gymnastics, the crowning feature in the actor's impersonation of Cantor. The physical resemblance was adjusted by makeup 'and Cantor's mannerisms were learned by Brasselle, but the big, brown eyes are his own. "Knights of the Round Table," CinemaScope production in color starring Robert Taylor, Ava Gardner and Mel Ferrer in a cast of thousands, is showing at the Cecil · Theater. Unfolded against breathtaking panoramic b a c k- grounds of England's Gth Century castles; jousts and tournaments, with its tremendous battle scenes given a thunderous and eye-filling validity, the film permits the spectator a pictorial range never before possible. It's the story of King Arthur and the gallant knights who joined him in fighting to free England from its feudal chieftains. Breath - taking duels between Case Appealed to High Court CHARLES CITY--A record of an appeal to the lo\va Supreme Court by the defendants in a suit brought by t h e Central States Theater Corp. was filed in district court! here Thursday. j The defendants, Robert Sar, Forrest Klages and Raymond Fluhrer, trustees of St. Charles Township; J. W. McGcency, justice peace, and E. W. Honke. attorney, and Bernard F. Athcrton.! sheriff, appealed to the supreme lures to "make a fitting milestone" for the fair's first 100 years. MEETINGS In North Iowa GOODELL--The E. U. B, Brotherhood will sponsor a father and son banquet, March 4 at 7 p.m. The Ladies Aid will serve. GARNER -- The Sunday School staff of St. John's Lutheran Church will hold a regular meeting at the church parlors' Monday at 7:45 p.m. LELAND--Mrs. R. C. Norstrud will be the hostess at the regular meeting of the North Circle of the West Prairie Lutheran Church which will be held at her home Wednesday afternoon. ALEXANDER -- The PTA will meet Monday evening, March 1. William Drcier, professor of education at Iowa State Teachers College, Cedar Falls, will speak. LELAND--John E. Kline, principal of the Forest City High School, will be the speaker at the February meeting of the Leland Community Association in the gymnasium of the Leland school Monday eve ning. GRAFTON--The Ladies Aid So- ciety' of the Emmanuel Lutheran Church divided 'the members into two groups, each group to raise money to be used at the close of tiic year for some needy cause. of the county! VAUGHN J OAN LESLIE SATURDAY, FEB. 20 SERVICE MEN IN UNIFORM ADMITTED FREE FOR RESERVATIONS PHONE 2002 the attention to community service centers. PASTOR SPEAKS GARNER--The Rev. Trevor Baskerville, pastor of First Methodist Church, addressed the Lions Club on the organization of a community planning council. He has made an extensive study of historical development of Iowa and traced the various changes that have taken place ; as the disintegration of neighborhoods which has shifted WATER TROUBLE LOUISVILLE, Ky. (UP)--Mayor Andrew Broaddus recently agreed wilh his constituents that Louisville's water tastes bad. At a meeting of the Louisville Water Co. directors, the mayor confessed he uses bottled spring water at his home. The disagreeable taste and smell of the city's water has been blamed on bacteria, detergents, and various industrial wastes in the Ohio River. Parking Troubles Eliminated THE TOWN HOUSE has acquired, for your convenience, Zenor's Used Car Lot located at the rear ot their restaurant . . . You may park in the lot after 5:00 P. M. am! all day Sunday and enter THE COSMO- P O L I T A N ROOM by rear door. O START S U N D A Y 0 GLENN I'OKD "MAN F R O M THE ALAMO" 'AISBOTT AND COSTEt.U) MEET JEKY1, A X U HYDE" The CERRO GORDO HOTEL DINING ROOM WILL BE OPEN SUNDAYS from 8 0 . m.'f-o 2:30 p. m. Weekdays 7 a. rn. to 2 p. m. and 5:30 p. m. to 8 p. m. Seafoods Featuring Steaks · Ribs WE CATER TO PARTIES Chicken Private Dining Rooms Available for Large or Small Groups Managed and Operated by Virginia Peterson and Sarah Bohen For Your Family Weekend Pleasure Releaied Ihru United Arlisfs Pius This Laugh Hit THE EAST SIDE KIDS with AVA GARDNER in "GHOST ON THE LOOSE' SATURDAY 9:30 A. M. at the STRAND "CARNATION KIDDIE MOVIE PARTY" ON THE SCREEN 12 Free Giffs to Lucky Boys and Girls NOW SHOWING TJIE SHERIFF WHO USED A C.K1N FOIl A M M U N I T I O N ! AMERICAN CRYSTAL SUGAR CO. EMPLOYES FREE DANCE FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 26 Restricted to employes, their families and immediate friends. V,F,W.CLUB 1315 4th S. W. Added -- BIIJS liiiuny and I'clc Smith. Regular Trices. M a t i n e e Sat. al i I'.M. K^^aios VAST-ViSIDN SCREEN " Rock HUDSON Piper LAURIE ""·-- ADDED' ENJOYMENT ----Circus Sp'ecialty "UNDER THE BIG TOP" Roy ROGERS George 'Gabbj' HftYIS Continuous Sun. from 1 1. St. in COLOR magnificence! Starring · ** TAiOR| AVA GAINER » MEL -ANNE CRAWFORD · STANLEY BAKER «. Pto tyTALBOT JENNINGS, JAN LUSTIG .,, NOEL LANGLEY aTM*.,, a,ThTM» : ,,,,«,·. -LE MORTE D · RICHARD THORPE. ,^. PA NftRn R HERMAN . NOW SHOWING WITH SUPER Stereophonic Sound ADMISSION THIS ENGAGEMENT MAT. WEEK DAYS 'TIL 5 P. M., 75c EVE. AND SUN., $1.00 ; Children Under 12 Years, 25c Anytime DOORS OPEN 12:30 DAILY SHOW STARTS 1:00 O'CLOCK ^l J $$$$i\^. Regular Prices! 50c 'til 5:00 P. M. · . ·._. '··!· After ^' * nd Sun -' * Sc 'MIRACLE' Children Uc CHSXIP; [ AS EDDIE CANTOR | Coming! "KING OF .THE KHYBER RIFLES" In CinemaScop* Jusi Won'i Want To Miss The Entertaining Evening Of Your . . Get Your Tickets Now For ANNUAL DARKTOWN You Most Life . IES AN ALL NEW SHOW · New Songs * · New Dialogue ACTUALLY 3-SHOWS-IN-ONE MUSIC ·COMEDY · DRAMA Good Old Time Vaudeville Guaranteed to Give You the Finest Evening's Entertainment You've Ever Had. WITH SCORES OF LOCAL PEOPLE nday-Tuesday February 28, March 1 and 2 CURTAIN TIME 8:15 MASON CITY HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM (Sponsored by the Holy Family Athletic Association) ALL SEATS RESERVED . . . $1.00* No Tax CHILDREN'S MATINEE SUNDAY AFTERNOON -- 2:30 5 0c TICKETS ON SALE AT ... B 0 Rexall Drug; Casey Rexall Drug; M.B.A. Pharmacy; St. Clair-Starks, Engler Drug and the Corner Drug in Clear Lake. *NOTE: Reservations will b« made at Vance Music Co., Feb. 23 through March 2 All telephone reservations must be picked up fay 5 P. M. on the day they are madt' Mail order reservations accepted if accompanied by check or tickets. AL DICK'S SUPER SERVICE T03 S. 'Penn. Phone 222 DOUGLAS INSURANCE AGENCY "Honestly: It's The Best Policy" L A. 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