The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on February 25, 1954 · Page 12
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February 25, 1954

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 12

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-- ' Feb. 25, 1954 KIM* Clijr GUb«-ti*utl«, Mam City, Im Bowling it M . WOMEN OF THE MOQSE LEAGUE " . ' ' ' Won lit Hat 3rd Hep. Tot W*M. of M»oe 0 5ft» 4»9 t1« S9 n:- Dltk'n . B»wUn« 3 6*3 «l «u IMJ G. Grmat 157, 4S7. Melr W«U «H «t 663 S71 178.1 Ch*»d«lftine . - . . W SCO 5:!T 550 73 1719 M. Wolikc dab) 171, 441. Chapter 8 7 * ' . , . . 1 5Si MO StS « lfi»g H'Wte'j Apfi, . 3 Ml 519 £09 . 1710 J.'Oralf 1«, 31$. ,, STBIKEE'S BOWMi'G RESULTS Won lit Ind 3rd Hep. Tot. NorthvesUrB . ; 2 518 607 MS 1780 Sunihlne Biscuit 1 671 MS 529 108 1811 ;i.'. LUBde 167, 440. Stale Brand . . . 2 MS 694 S9J 45 18S2 L y t l e ' » : ; . , : . . . . . . 1 577 610 614 1801 B. K»mom 15'2,'416. Determin . . . . . 1 5 5 3 : ' M O B:(6 1868 M e l i b e r f · * · . ' , . . . 2 60'i 579 597 99 1877 F. Courch»ne 181, 491. Whlte'i Appl. .. 2 SZS .191 C.Vi 178K Stockberier's . . ' I B87 573 SSO 45 1761 F. L«wl« : ']!Mi E. Holt 387. DiWitm W. Ser. 3: 659 620 6.14 19:19 Freda's C»fe, ··.. 0 5H5 590 600 33 1808 H. Hermanson 175. 193. Eastman's 1 S09 613 (l;il IK53 Nebl 2 5»5 705 638 17 1955 M. Repp 180, KM. MAJOR. T.EAGUE ···!'·'''·'··' Won 1st 2nd 3rd Hep, Tot. Parkhofsi . 0 743 7fifl 7«« 5J27S Lapliier Motor . 3 795 737 7S1 111 2427 M. Laiien 203, IDS. S;H; Bread n 701 694 7 J O 2105 Bordciis . . . . . . . 0 574 003 603 72 1912 H. Ulrich 115, 477. Hermansou'i . . 1 677 703 65G 108 U14( Superior Oil . . . 3 756 737 780 2273 J. Johnson 214, 529. Takln Bros. ... 2 706 705 n i t 3G 20R1 late GIH Shop 1 C72 6!)0 674 20:18 M. Con well 178; V. Bennett 178; B. Collins 472. 759 719 IK I 62 Kin 54 Capital Tobacco 2 Betsy Ross . . . 1 L. Mundahl 181; J. Roberts 159 Johnston Fl. . . . 2 731 G49 700 M. C. Appliance 1 739 755 679 D. Crispin 1X9. 513. KECREATION LEAGUE STANDINGS 210:.' 3031 -K 3122 2173 Manly State Bank Grafton D-X Grafton Std. OH .. Dick's Bowllnr . . . . Coffee Cup Cafe . . Manlr riurnblnt £ Sweet Clover Bairy Grafton Produce fts. 61 57 47 Heating :»(! ilO 23 IV. ·14 44 41 as 2S 27 2rt I K RECREATION L E A G U E Won 1st 2nd 3rd Hop. Tot. "fttanly P l u m b . . 0 70'J 789 708 Hi Manly S. Bank 3 763 828 762 393 Schwirtr 187, 529. Graflon S. Oil . 1 825 794 7!)1 Ora/ton D-X ... 2 7S8 8, r 8 871 Carl Fumeis 211, 5IU. Grafton Produce 2 703 760 748 Blck's Bowling 1 731 769 721 360 2G40 2746 2800 2910 S57J 2551 Af Your Theaters- Lucille, Desi Honeymoon in Long Trailer Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz, whose comedy adventures in the "I Love Lucy", series have made them the most popular couple in show business, join forces in an Ansco Color film, "The Long, Long Trailer," which opens Friday at the. Cecil, Theater. They are seen as husband and wife, this time as Nick and Tacy Collini, newlyweds who embark on a cross-country honeymoon in a Irailer. There are adventures, comic mishaps, semi-tragedies and countless crises, as they start out from California to Nick's engineering job in Colorado. Their honeymoon is punctuated and punctured with one calamity after another as they attempt to set up housekeeping in their dazzling but dangerous mobile mansion. At one point it seems as though the honeymoon will be a short-lived one, with Tacy running home to Mama, but all ends happily when Tacy and Nick again hit the road, wagging their trailer behind them. The stars are the nation's idea of the typical young married couple, completely captivating in their film roles. Marjorie Main adds to their laugh complications as the amiable busybody who spoils their wedding night. In "King of the Khyber Rifles," showing at the Palace Theater, full advantage of the new CinemaScopo G. Brusewltz 197, 525. Sweet Clover . 1 fiG3 05J f,77 450 S443 Coffee Cup 2 722 6C1 B31 450 2464 II. Crane 1G7. 447. Manly S. Bank 1 725 715 738 381 2559 S. C. Dairy ... 2 710 6(2 728 450 SiSO K u m M c y I!)5; Strand 480. Manly Flumb. . 3 751 70(i 7:12 4 1 1 260G Grafton Produce 0 C.:I9 G05 GilS 450 2450 II. Huebner 182, 50C. Dick's Bowline 2 8)1 678 DC7 351 2X37 Grafton S. Oil . 1 710 722 B i t 3H9 2184 Orli Chapman 263, 603. Coffee Cup 0 741 680 078 378 2477 Grafton D-X ... !( 763 S75 738 3U3 27U9 Lowell Walk 214, 5L2. CLASSIC L E A G U E Won 1st 2nd Krd Hep. Tot. Farmers Kiev. . I 894 874 912 2fi80 Fhaien Cleaners 2 907 983 783 2652 Al Diaz 2B6, 621. tytle's Grill ... 1 832 016 !H)3 2 1 8 3 Lee's Lanes ... 2 KG7 877 fl51 3fiU5 C. Penny 2o3; Bob Lee 629. K OF C LEAGUE Won 1st 2nd 3rd Hep. Tot. Coca Cola 2 72S 890 "~~ 769 827 765 1U 2553 2382 Carolina G r o . . I 769 848 F. Swed 230, 577. Budwetser ..... 0 -U7 788 190 HS85 Manly Produce 3 709 797 178 39 8333 J. Downs 211, 529. Kllpto ---- . . . . . 1 757 80S 701 2417, Oilman Gro. . . 3 745 864 770 69 2(48 Elmer Johnson 211; Joe Hubbard filO,- Prescription S. . 1 843 7G3 741 2M7 Cities Service . 2 610 692 694 283 2311 O. Wajner 194, 4%j G. Huber 496. Free Parking We invite you to take advantage of our Free Parking, in Zenor's Used Car Lot, directly behind THE TOWN HOUSE RESTAURANT, after 5:00 P. M. and all day Sunday. You may use rear entrance into THE COSMOPOLITAN ROOM. THEATERS AT A GLANCE - CECIL -- "Knlehts of the Round Table" elosei Thursday. "The Lon(, Lone Trailer" optni Friday. PALACE--"Klni of Iho Kbyber Kin«i" now ihowlnf In ClnenaScbpe. STRAND--"A Man Betrayed" and "On Top of Old Smuky" close Thursday. "Tho Tall Texan" anil "Dangerous Crossing" o»tn Friday. B A N D BOX--"Raiders of the Seven Sfas" and "Arrowhead'.' now showing. LAKE--"Botany B a y " rloiei Thursday. "Mission Ox-er Korea" and "The Silver Whip" opeu Friday. process and technicolor have been taken to capture the scenic beauty and violent action, of this Kipllng- esque story of India in 1857. Only on the broad, panoramic screen afforded by CinemaScope could the Talbot Mundy novel be given the production required. Director Henry King, a master of spectacle, used it to full advantage to give the audience news and thrilling entertainment. Tyrone Power, Terry Moore and Michael Rennie are triumphant at the head of a cast of thousands. * A powerful story of a man's lust for gold is unfolded in "Th« Tall T«x«n,";which opens at the Strand Theater^".Friday. Lloyd Bridges^ Lee ( ;J. Cobb, Marie Windsor and Luther ; Adler have the leading roles. It's a story of five men and a wonian seeking gold in the Southwest d e s e r t. "Dangerous Crossing" is co-featured. It is a trans-Atlantic thriller, based on a story by mystery writer, John Dickson Carr. John Wayne and Dojina Reed are co-starred in ''Raiders of the Seven Seas," technicolor film at the Band Box Theater about pi- ENDS THURSDAY AJanLAOD Patricia MEDtMJ fames MASON STARTS FRIDAY Men In Small Planesl John HODIAK John AND -- CALHOUN D* racy on the high seas. Co-featured is "Arrowhead," a technicolor picture featuring Charleton Heston and Jack Palance in a story of the Apache. ' 'The Silver Whip/' western action film starring Dale Robertson, Rory Calhoun anc'l Robert Wagner, opens at the Lake Theater Friday. It's the story of a stagecoach driver in the western tradition. Co- featured is "Mission Over Korea," story of the men who fly the unarmed spotter planes. Sumatra often is listed as the fifth largest island in the world. AT THE STRAND! Saturday 9:30 A. M. It's Another "CARNATION KIDDIE MOVIE PARTY" 12 FREE Gifts to the Lucky Boys and Girls. PLUS the Grand Gift of a Bicycle to the Boy and the Girl with the Most CAKNATION Milk Product Tops. ON THE SCREEN-- 9 CARTOONS-- PLUS 2 COMEDIES FAMILY DINNER SPECIAL F R I D A Y N I G H T 6:00 to 9:30 PIKE or $100 SHRIMP * |UU 1 SATURDAY NIGHT 6:00 to 9:00 MIGNON $100 Complete Dinner With All Jhc Trimmings THE TROIKA CLUB 25th Street Northwest We Close Sundays CHILDREN UNDER 13 ADMITTED FREE WHEN ACCOMPANIED BY PARENTS NOW SHOWING -^iS|^- e ·'»S?1rtKB'****" ' 8T f^color ui * h s« ·'P.W I B^ J C h »rleton Heston "ARROWHEAD" Color Technicolor |4fe; COLOR CARTOON Starts SUN. · All Comedy Show THE M A R X BROS. PLUS ABBOTT COSTELLO AMERICAN CRYSTAL SUGAR CO. EMPLOYES FREE DANCE FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 26 Restricted to employes, their families »nd immediate friends. V. F, W. CLUB 1315 4th S. W. JOWfl'S WONDER SHOW PLACE NO. SHORE · CLEAR LAKE. IA. but you should see o STROMBERG-CARLSON 18,000 Volts of Picture Power TELEVISION SET at TELEVISION STUDIO Under True Home LI S36 So. Federal _ Open Favors for the Children Ilinlt Term] Cat] Ui For Service Phone 461 tm. HUMS P LADIES FREE AT R I V E R S I D E BARN DANCE 725 North Kentucky, Mason City FRIDAY, Feb. 26 MODERN DANCE MEN: Jl.OO tax included LADIES FREE For Reservations Phone 2002 "America'* otka King" FRANK YANKOVIC and hi* recording Polka Band will be at the Surf Friday night. __' *·»· ".»? JlM U». lot. tt.lt 1 SATURDAY, FEB. 27 , VA^ICE DIXON AND HIS ORCHESTRA Kockford Firemen'i Partial ·································I EVERY THURSDAY NIGHT SERVING FROM 4:30 TO 9:00 P. M. A complete (election of delicious foods to choose from . . . try on* or all at on* low price. Special Feitare far Frid*r SEAFOODPLATE · SHRIMP · OYSTERS · SEA SCALLOPS · PIKE and SALMON -- ALL ON ONE DELICIOUS PLATE V. F. W. CLUB 1315 4th St. S. W. Air Conditioned STRAND STARTS FRIDAY WB« END THURSDAY "M«n B«tr«y*d" Also 'On Top Of Old Smoky" JEANNE GRAIN MICHAEL RENNIE Casey Adams - Corl Betz · FOR ADDED JOY · 7im HE CARRIED SIX-OUNS AND KNEW HOW USE 'EMI I ENDS "KNIGHTS OF THE HOUND TABLE" T^cluiicolor THURS. Cinemascope and Super-Stereophonic Sound DOORS OPEN 12:30 SHOW STARTS 1:00 O'CLOCK * AMERICA'S NO. 1 IJIUGH COUPLE, THE "I LOVE LUCY" STARS! STARTS FBI. ADMISSION THIS ENGAGEMENT ADULTS . . . Week Days 'til 5P.M., 50£ -- EVE. SUN., 65 , CHILDREN UNDER 12 YEARS--25c PANORAM.C and ARW The famous comedy couple on a hectic honeymoon, in a house-on-wheels! In thrilling, beautiful COLOR I LO - MARJORIE MAIN · KEENAN WYNN - s.^.rtfflT HACKEITjnd FRANCES GOODHCH · ,.»,,,«. rwbrlWI M | ANSC g o a cOLOR ' TECHNICOLOR Direcled by VINCENIE MINNEiU ' Produced by PANDRO S. BERMAN ^ 1,001 LAUGHS! FUNNIER THAN EVER f 20th Century-Fox Presents The Great Adventure Of India in STEREOPHONIC SOUND! EMA STEREOPHONIC SOUND' SEC IT WITHOUT SPECIAL i»^ JSsi^CinemaScope opens the i gateway to India...engulfs you in the Bazaars of Peshawar, the Night of the Long Knives when Kurram Khan led his fanatic Afridis j against the Khyberjjlifles! Here is the thundering path of empire crowning spectacle of the man who carved a saga of love and ttlefrom the great walls of the 1^: Himalayas to the towering peaks of Khyber Pass! · . . , . . . : · NEW KEPtJCED PBICES1 ' " · »0* CDfEMASCOPB Weekday Matinee 'til 5 p.m. .. 45c After 5, and All Day Sun. . . . . 85c Children (Under 12) All Time*, 25c Start* Today! TERRY Mom MICHAEL PA LAC : EXTRA! Doors Open 12:30 $«· ft From Th* Beginning-- Featur* at » 1:20. 3:20 ' 5:20 7:20 · 9:20 r//

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