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Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, August 21, 1952
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14 . 2T, 1«J M»on City' Olnhc-Oiiclli-. iMajon Cltj, la. City Tennis Tourney to Open Friday The; -Mason City YMCA tennis tournament will get underway Friday: All matches will be two-oul-ot- Ih'rcej with ali action being completed by Aug. 23. Contestants should arrange the lime, place and date of their matches with each other. AH results must be reporter! to the YMCA. The pairings: 1 Men's Singles Marion Iluscby vs. Leslie Davis. Gary Anderson, Jerry Woller, Jerry Cory, Bob Wass, Hnrold Me- Kcn/y, Kccd Jensen and Don Weber all drew byes. Boys' Singlet Leo Bookout vs. Jack GeistlinKor and Gary Coats vs. John C'hallas, :·· Women's Singles Judy Taylor vs. Gail Grlppen. Shirley llobcrls, Janyce Jensen and Cynthia Martin nil drew byes. Women's Doubles Shirley Roberts and Gail Grippen vs. Cynthia Martin and Junycc Jensen, . ; Men's Doubles William Peterson am!. Heed Jen- s'6h vs. Terry Mealy and Joo Sic- pickn. Don Weber and Bob Wass, Jfc'rry Cory nhd Leslie Davis, (Jury Anderson and Gene Smcrdon nil drew byes. Senior Mixed' Doubles Shirley Roberts and Gary An- tjerson vs. Reed Jensen and Janyce Jensen. t ' jGrdham Easily 'Defeats Basilic ,: Ut-Irish Billy Gra ham polished off rugged Carmen llasilio, the upstate Now '.Yorker iiC 10 rounds at Chicago Stadium Wednesday night, without even b£bathing, hard. .the powerfully - ' b u i l t G r a h a m , who impressed rlngsidcrs as tho sGjlrpcst and cleverest boxer since Kay Robinson, will shoot for Kid Gf'avilan's welterweight crown in llavnna Oct. 4. ^'1 think I can lakes tho Kid, nl- Ufough I'[[:DC fighting him in his own backyard," said Graham. "I thought 1 beat him in New York a^ycar .ago." ^Graham -outpointed G a v i l n n at New York,' Feb. 10, .1050, a n d ' I o s C to] him there nine months later List yon r was their third scrap, £praham, who lost in New York toJ someone named Joey Ghvrdello tvjjj) weeks ago, easily took a imnn imous 'decision over the aggressive Basilib in., Wednesday night's " na tWnnllyvtqiovisqd ,botit; : 'He wcighcc 148 to Bnsili6*sr;l4aMiv;.;pnly .2,762 fans were at ringside, contributliiL, l4*« gross gale of $5,913. fcansas City Hurler Posts 19th Triumph " . By United Press ^Righthander Ed Erault, lop hurl cjjf in the American Association rolled to his 10th victory of the year Wednesday night ns the Kan *sa*s City Blues topped Charlcstor 9-4. The former Cincinnati Ret gave up JO hits but only ons Sena tor run was oiirncd. Poor defensive play held the Bines in a.3-3 lic.un tif, the sixth inning, when they found the mark on starter Bil Powell ami drove him to the show ers with n five run outburst. Jenson Takes Over Hanlontown Duties 1IANLONTOWN-- Coach and Mrs Gordon Jenson and daughter hav arrived here from Hills, Jlinn Jenson will take over Die athleti' coaching duties of Arthur Arend ·who is awaiting his Army draf call. Arends-planncci to return hen as;coach until he received his draf notification. Mrs. Arcnds, former!; a home economics teacher here has resigned that position. ·Minor League Scores ' COAST i.]-:,ic.i)t-: T.o* Ahgcltrn A, 1'nrtl.inil 11. Hollywood i. San nicgo I. Seattle r. Oaklniul I. Kiln Francisco ", Sacrammtn fl. ". INTKHNATIONAI. l.KAC.UK FuJUmnro 1-,'. Montreal U-X. Rochester (i. Toronto A (II InnltigO. OIUw» S, SprlllgNelil '4 (10 Inning*). Syracuse 7. llulfaln 1. '* A M E R I C A N ASSOCIATION Kuril a i Cll/ 9, Charlolnn I. M i l w a u k e e S, Columbus -'. Indianapolis I I , St. Paul K. MlnneapnIlN 2, I.nulsvllle I. ,: WESTRHN LCAd UK Omaha 4, D e n v e r 1. Colorado Sprlnfi I t , Lincoln 0. IJrs Mnlnes (I, I'uenln 0. Sioux Clly 1.1. W i c h i t a -. ,,. T I I R E K - I I.EAOUK WBlerlao 8, Tlurllnclon 7. Only fame played. PROMOTED -- B«nfon Preston, son of Mr. »nd Mrs. E . ' F . Preson, 860 1st N. W,, was promoted recently to private first c l a s s while serving in B Battery of the 82nd Anti-Aircraft Artillery Battery In Korea. A carpenter, Preston entered the Army In November, 1951, His unit saw some of the toughest fighting in the Korean War in the baltl* of 'Old Baldy" mountain northwest of Chorwon. School to Open at Rudd Aug. 27 RUDD--School will open in Hudd Vcdnesday 'morning, Aug. 27, for no-half day. Students will ho en- ollcd and other details will be ikon care of at that time. Reg- lar class sessions will begin on 'hursdny mornln'g. Teachers in thu !l u d d School -ill meet nl 9:30 a.m. Monday for n nil-day workshop. On Tuesday le teachers and hot lunch staff ill a t t e n d ' n Floyd County Teach- rs' Institute in Charles City. The grade school faculty for thel car hn.s hecn completed. Miss] ladgo Wnlerhouse will tench first ;rade; second grade, Mrs. Amy lood.scll; third, Mrs. Frankic h c n r m n n ; fourth, Mrs. Lnwrence I0hlc;i; fifth, M i s s Margaret jchoonmnker; sixth, M r s . Perry cycnth, Miss Klorencc M u r p h y ; iglitli grade will ho In light pri- u a r i l y by Mrs. Amy Boll. The high school faculty has not 'ecu .completed. There is still a vacancy for a classroom teacher. The teachers now under contract o teach in the high school arc Jim Vlanshlp, M. 1C. Anderson, Frank 'aylor and Howard Sands. 1. W. Sdio will continue as suporiiitcml- nt and Lynn Hathjcn is school custodian. Movie Reviews-"Montana" Story of Vigilantes "Montana Territory," opening at the Strand Theater Friday, is an outdoor d r a m a of the outlaw era In gold-mad Montana. It was spec tacularly filmed in technicolor and features Lon McCatlistcr, Wanda Ifendrix and Preston Foster, Montana Territory became a slate, fortrn in greed and gold, only after the last lawless elements in the wide-open west were conquered by tho vengeance of the vigilantes. Co-featured is "The Pace That Thrills," romantic action film featuring motorcycle racing. Bill Will i a m s , Cnrla Balenda, Robert Armstrong, Frank McUugh and Steve Flagg are in the cast.. The story deals with a three-cornered romance between a daredevil motorcycle race rider, n giri reporter and n young engineer who is trying to perfect a revolutionary transmission for motorcycles and save his employer's business. A dramatic story of what hap pens when a woman who marries for security finds herself helplessly attracted to his best friend pro vides the basis for the adult d r a m a , "Clash By Night," at the Cecil. Barbara Stanwyck, Pau Douglas, llobcrt Ryan nnd Marilyn Monroe star in this f i l m . It is played against the colorful back THEATERS AT A GLANCE KCllf--"C'luli hjr Nlfhi" now »howJn». 'AI.ACK--"KJeih mill f u r y " now ihowinz, TRANB--"A y«nk in Inda-Cblna" »n4 "Fabulimi Hrnorld" time T b u n d a y , "Mnnlant Terrllory" »nd "The ftct Th«t Thrill." open FrliU/. JANI) J10X--"Tho I M j h W i r m a n " a n d "I Wax an American Kpy" cloifc T h u r t d A y . "Htiulh tit Ht. l.ouU" and "O b o u t Chaier*" upan Kflday. ·AKK--"lively to J.pftk At" close* Tlturi- i!*jr. "ticxtittzl h'hcet" And "Silver Can. you" npen Kriday^ "HUVK-IM--"Vy .Ffpnl" clo««» ThuMday. "Secret ot Convict Lake" and "Slaughter Trill" open Friday. A UK--"The und the IIor(" and *'llnrr. Comr. the Marlnet" vtart I 7 rtd4y. Leland School Opens Sept. 1 LELAND -- Thq .Lcinnd' 'School vlll ppen Monday, Sept. 1. Mrs. Agnos Haasonson, who has served us/principal of the school find instructor of the junior high school students for the past four yoars, vlll ngiiin hold this position. Miss Jlarino Peterson will, for her second yctuybo Iho tcnchor in .tho pri nary room. 'Miss Wilmn liasnuis- icn of Forest City will tench in the jclnnd school for the first lime .his fall, having hcen employed as nstruclor of t h e intermediate ·ooni. SCHOOLS O P E N ALTA V I S T A-iSt. Willin ill's school will open the year Tuosdny, Sept. 2, it was announced by the ilcv. E. l'\ Becker, .superintendent. Registration will be held aftor each n£ Iho two masses next Sunday. 1'liono 770 CLUB 1308 North Federal "A VeUrans Club of Quality" EVERY NITE Dick Waiwaiole's Famous Kliiithmic \ W an J.- *^s6lcin.ciet t 6 Drive Exceeds Goal HAMPTON--The Franklin County-Chapter of the American Cancer Sojiety collected ?2,15G.93 in its 1952 fund drive. The goal was S2|044, according to W. S. Norton, treasurer. Other officers are John M£ Beer, president; Mrs. W. S. Norton, vice president; Miss Belle · Saylor, secretary, and Mrs. Jay D. Gujick, publicity director. ^ REUNION HELD GARNER -- The .annual Janlc- Kejl reunion was held recently at Klce Lake park with 100 members prdsent, Vcrn Jantc was elected president and Dwaync Lakore vice president. The reunion next year v/ffl bo held at Albert Lea, Minn., on-the third Sunday in August. . Music of the Islands A Variety Galore OUR FOOD IS FINE TO BE AN AMVET IS A PERSONAL ASSET -- Join Now -- Mason City's Best and Finest Theater -NOW- Barbara STANWYCK Paul DOUGLAS Robert RYAN CHILDREN UNDER 12 Y E A R S * ! t Xwi H ;i ;\'avv t mv.rn Color By Technicolor ground of a West Coast fishing own. 'T!esh and Fury," at Ihc Palace Theater, cleverly combines the t u r k background of. the prize fight game with the unfolding of a poig iant love story. Tony Curtis, Jan Sterling and Mono Freeman arc co-starred. Wallace Ford and Connie Ciiichrist head the strong supporting cast. Warner Bros, thundering adven ture story, "South of St. Louis," opens nl the Band Box Friday, loci McCrca, Alexis Smith, Zachary Scott and Dorothy Malonc are co-starred in this technicolor f i l m . 2o-/ealured is "Ghost Chasers," ,viih Leo Gorcey and the Bowery Boys hunting spooks. liroderick Crawford, Donna Reed ind .John Derek share stellar honors in "Scandal Sheet," which ipcns at Iho Lnke Theater Friday. It's a bla/ing expose of yellow Journalism. Co-featured Is "Silver ,'anyon," with Gene Autry portraying a cavalry scout. One o£ the most unusual true stories to come from the annals ol the west, "The Secret of Convict La 1(0," opens at the Drive-In Friday. Glenn Ford, Gene Tierney Ethel Barrymore and Zachary Scott are starred. "Slaughter Trail" is the co-feature, with Brian Donlevy and Gig Young. Steve Cochran and Wildfire, the wonder horse, are the principals in "The Lion and the Horse," open the Biggest Variety of Foods Since Grandma's "Thrashing Dinners." TRY ONE--TRY ALL Smorgasbord Tonlghl (Thursday) V. F. W. 1315 4th St. S. W. Dance MANLY, IOWA SATURDAY, AUG. 2} MUSIC BY THE FAMOUS VIKINGS ing at the Park Theater Friday. The film drama also features Ray Teat, George O'Hanlon, Sherry Jackson and the 4-year-old African lion, Jackie. Leo Gorcey and the Bowery Boys are in the co-feature, Here Come the Marines." ,In Brita'in the shock-absorbers of an automobile are called dampers. RIVERSIDE BARN DANCE 725 NORTH KENTUCKY MASON CITY SATURDAY, AUGUST 23 RAY'S ACCORDION RAND FOR RESERVATIONS PHONE 2002 ·LAST TIMES THURSDAY DAVID WAYNE * TOM EWELL in "UP FRONT HIGHWAY 18 WEST OF MASON CITY FRIDAY and SATURDAY --ON THE GIANT SCREEN--2 BIG HITS-- MASON CITY One Day Only -- 3 8 P.M. Fairgrounds WED., AUG. 27 GIGANTIC RAILROAD SHOW NEW STAR STUDDED EDITION WITH THE WORLD FAMOUS STAR OF SCREEN, RADIO AND TELEVISION -."MR. CIRCUS" HIMSELF CLYDE BEATTY IN P E R S O N GORGEOUSLY COSTUMED AND AUT H E N T I C JUNGLE P R O C E S S I O N A L PAGEANT RETURN OF THE SAFARI! Kcs. Sc»ti »nd "icn. Artm. Tickets For Sale Show D.-j Only at Fnnl llopVIni OrUE S(or«. ,S»raj prlcci ·· at shnw THURSDAY--LAST DAY FOR "THE HIGHWAYMAN" *nd "1 WAS AN A M E R I C A N S P Y " Children lOc Adults 50c A Nice Place to Spend Your Movie- time -4J. U . / I U, , \r -- STARTS FRIDAY -WARNER BROS:THUNOERING NEWADVENTUPE.' I. A UNITED STAIESPICTUI1ES PROD PLUS--A CO-FEATURE of HILARIOUS ENTERTAINMENT LAST TIMES THURSDAY John Archer in "A YANK IN INDO-CH1NA" PLUS--"THE FABULOUS SENORITA" with EsteliU STARTS FRIDAY -CONTINUOUS DAILY AFTER 1:00 P. M.--50c 'TILL 5:00-- PRESTON FDSIER DRAMA OF RACEWAYS. -- and fh« guy who stopped ot nothing till h« mat a certain golf BIUWUIAMS-CJIRUMLEKW ROBERT ARMSTRON6 FRANK McHUGH-STEVE FU68 · A N D EVERY SATURDAY,NITE MIDNITE SPOOK SHOW Com* As Late As 10:00-Sea Our Regular Program-Then Stay Over for the Spook Show F R E E ! .COME EARLY -- MAKE IT A 1'tCNlC EVERY NIGHT BEFORE SHOW--FREE RIDES On the Miniature Steam Train Sponsored by SAM RAIZES DEPARTMENT STORE AND ROYAL CROWN COLA ALSO " 2 TECHNICOLOR CARTOONS EVERY SHOW Cltir Like -- Phuae 75 FRt.--SAT.--SUN. E x t r a ! A Circus Lion's Loose in Wild Horse Canyon! Lion and the rse And--The Bowery Boys Have Joined the Marines! LEO GORCEY mi the MWttY IOYS . CLEAR L A K E -- I'H. 15 ENDS THURS. !L GRAYSON :SJCELTOIN-.KEEL.' FRI. -- SAT. Every Page A Keyhole Show! BdODFRICK DONNA JOHN CRAWFORD-REED-DEREK SCANDAL SHEET. r ~-- · AND · -GENE'S ALL NEW SHOW! ADDED COLOR CARTOON "OFF WE GLOW" MATINEE SAT. AT 2 P. M. TRY A G-G CLASSIFIED AD! FRIDAY about 8:30 P. M. Remember... WE "SNEAK" ONLY THE BEST! , CAN'T TELL THE TITLE OR STARS . . . BUT WE , ^ CAN GIVE YOU SOME HOT TIPS . . . K · IT'S A BIG ADVENTURE THRILL, FILMED IN TECHNICOLOR! · THE STAR IS ONE OF THE MOST POPULAR, HIS INITIALS ARE G. P. YOU'LL SEE THIS SPECTACULAR "SNEAK" AND THE CURRENT PICTURE, "FLESH AND FURY," AT NO E X T R A COST! "FLESH AND FURY" POSITIVELY ENDS FRIDAY! STARTS SAT /Continuous Daily From 1 P. M. Regular Pricesl Will ROGERS,* «« h|j f«tf»«r ...EDDIE CANTi)iU««# JANEWYMAH ut Will's adorable 'lefty' ·ALSO- JAMES CLEASON CARTOON LATEST NEWS

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