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August 26, 1952

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 18

Mason City, Iowa
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Tuesday, August 26, 1952
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18 Aug. U, 1952 Maiim Cily Globc-Otiettt, Maion Cily, la. Court No Barroom PROVIDENCE, U. I. UP--It was hot and John ,J. Azcvedo arrived in domestic relations court wearing nn open-collar sport shirt with short sleeves. Judge Eugene L. .1 al- bert sent. Azevcdo home to change. "I don't sec why you should come in as though walking into a barroom," the jndyn said. NOKTHWOOn-Miss Helen Huns, d a u g h t e r of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob / f u n s , is here from Philadelphia visiting her parents. She is an instructor in a Philadelphia University. 1509 So. Federal Phone 629 2 STORES 932 East Stato Phono 3362 Decker Iowa no Braunschwel CUBE STEAK, Ib. . . 79c GROUND BEEF, Ib 59c FRESH PORK LIVER, Ib 29c FROZEN FOODS LIBBY'S ORANGE JUICE, 2 Cans PERCH FILLETS, Pound Cherries can 19c S c h u l z o Burch CRACKERS, Ib. box FRESH PEACHES, dozen 49c RED GRAPES, 2 fbs . . 29c LARGE FRESH PEARS, dozen 59c BRING US YOUR DUNCAN M I N E S CAKE M I X COUPONS JELLO No. i tall Can Mayflower, BotHc . , . You can't beat our Store Ground Coffee, Ib AHos Prager, 6 Pack HI-LEX POWDERED Ask for Coca-Colo With Your Next Order 2 Packages ctn. ·'Morion's Pkgs It's Delicious Package If You Buy Your Groceries Here Today You Will Be Glad Tomorrow. All Merchandise Guaranteed. Prices Effective' Wednesday thru Saturday. Order Early Please. Movie RevieVr's-- "At Sword's Film of Adventure "At Sword's Point," adventure twiance which opens at thc Cecil Vednesday, brings lo Ihe screen a econd · generation of the f a m e d Mexandrc J J u m a s characters, with Jornel Wilde as D'hrlngnun and ilaurccn O'iiara as the daughter if Athos. The original defenders of thc hronc tif nth-century Franco are oo old to repeal their daring when THEATERS AT A GLANCETM ' K 0 1 I . -- " . H n m r t l l l n r (n I . l v o I'or" n l o u r l Al . S w n r i J ' l I'olllt" ojjcin MI,*IK--"Tli« .Story nf Will linftri" now i T U A N I ~ " l t « a r l i ) K C i l y " » m l " t t n i i t u r Tillies a W l / n " i t u w n h n w l i ( , I A N f 11O.X -- " O u r . B i i n i U r A f l r r n u o n " niul " F i i l l i i w t i t * K l i n " r l i j * n T i i r t f i U y . " ' H u m i l i r r mi Ui« M i l l ' ' H n i l "The u r g i n g Tlilo" ,AiU;--"Tlio Will) Nor'tli" now tliowhif. HIVIMN--"Hiinitytlitle" ami ' - l . c l ' n Matn ly only. "Angfl* tji Ol.v Name Queen for Algeria's Horse Show AFXiONA *-- Misx Mnrlene flaucr horses entered in the show are expected to take part Jn the parade, which will bo lead by the Algona in%h School band. Tho queen and her attendants wilt participate in the parade. Two programs have been scheduled for the horse show. The afternoon performance will start at 1:30 ami the evening show at'?:30. Pre. , , jliintnary events will be held in thc as selected queen of afternoon to select the outstanding h Iowa a n n u a l florae horscs for thc cvcnin ,, show _ _.* »h m the 1M2 North .Show at a "I5r:auty Pageant" held in Algona.; K u n n e r u p and third p|ace winners arc Harriet R ad- anil hi- queen calls o/i tlio;?) for help. They send their suns lo de- eat the m a c h i n a t i o n s of the t r a i t irons Due de Lavalle. liut they reckon without the biter enmity of Ihe queen's tnistcil i i d y - i n - w a i t i n g , \vho is in reality on lie side of the enemy. Thc situa- l o n . I c m l s lo a scries of fast-paced vlvetilures, in which the a d v a n - agcs sway from side to side. The :olorful romance is in technicolor, "Th( Story of Will Ho«ers," tri- Jiile to America's bmnorisl, i.s il the "Palace. W i l l lloficrs J r . , mil J a n e W y m a n h a v e the leading rules in the technicolor . f i l m ' w h i c h was directed by Michael Curliz, The f i l m follows thc l i f e ' of the O k l a h o m a entertainer and philoso iher from his boyhood wanderings is n famous trick roper through his success in v a u d e v i l l e and the Xieu fold Follies, c l i m a x e d by his "f;iv irite son" n o m i n a t i o n al Ihe Demo cralic convention. I'iclurcsqiio Kislieniiim's W h a r l if San Francisco forms the back bii-oiind for much o[ 'the a c t i o n il 'Mtoarini; City," m t i n l e r myslcrj f i l m n t Hie S t r a n d . Hugh B e a u m o n t is .starred. Il is ;t story cjf an under world attempt to fix a prize f i y h t 'Doctor Takes a W i f e " i:s co-tea luce;; w i t h Lorc'tta Young and K a y Milhuul. "Thunder on the Hill" opens al the H a n d Box Wednesday, with J l a u d c U o Colbert and Ann Hlyth n the sUimng roles. Also in the f i l m are Robert Dmifjhis, Anne C r a w f o r i l , P h i l i p Friend a n d Gladys noper.."Tliu H : \ K i n K Tide" is co- f e a l u r e d , w i t h Shelley Winters and K l c h a r r l (.'mile. Stewart · G r a n g e r fights a thrill- in ji battle ngainsi m a n , beast and l a t u r o in (he sub-zero frozen wastes f "Tho Wild North," a d v e n t u r e d r a m a showing nt the Lake Theater. Wendell Corey is co-starred ilh Cycl Charissc featured. "Angels in Disguise," with Ihe Bowery Boys starred, is the f e a - i't at the Drive-In Theater for Wednesday. Co-featured will be 10 color cartoons in an ;vll fun show. maker of Titonka and Mrs, Bonnie CJarmnnn of WhHti.-more. Eleven contestants were entered. A w a i t s Honors The Alyona Chamber of Commerce will present an award lo Miss Rimer at a ceremony in her honor a I the horse show. The queen and her two attendants will be official hostesses at the Labor Day event. This year's horse show, to be held at the Kossuth County f a i r grounds, is said to be the finest in the Middle West. A p p r o x i m a t e l y ,000 horses from all parts of Iowa, \linfiesoUi, Wisconsin, Missouri ·mil Nebraska are expccfct} lo be shown, according to (lone Abbott of Algona, show c h a i r m a n . K n t r i e s received so far indicate hat horses previously shown at several state f a i r s and Madison Square G a r d e n in New .York City v i l l be brought hero for the local show. One of the featured attractions v l l l lie a spectacular mile-lent;! horses for the evening show. Prizes Offered According to Abbott, $1,500 In cash prizes, trophies and ribbons be awarded at the horse show. The classes arc being spo?soret\ by various business firms in Kos- sulh County. Ringmaster will be Russell Lundy of DCS Moines, editor of Horse VVorld magazine, and Cecil Rooks of Eldora will judge. The Labor Day event is being sponsored by the Seneca Saddle Club of Algona. Some whales l i v e to be 500 years old. TODAY and WEDNESDAY Cont'd. Daily After 1:00 arade along Minnesota and State; Streets, s t a r l i n g nt (i::iO p.m. Most R«mor«Wll.DSaHESS of CANADA MEETINGS In North Iowa GARNER--Everett Shipler will be bost to the Britt Township boys' 4-H Club at his home at 8 p. m. Monday. MANLY--The Willing Workers Circle will meet with Mrs. Willard Hungcrford Friday afternoon. GARNER--The Twin Lake farm women's organization tea will be hold at the home of Mrs. Minnie Pringnitz at 2 p. m. Tuesday. POPEJOY--Mrs. E, L. Warman, Mrs. Myrta McMurry and Mrs. Mary M. Conner wilJ be hostesses to the regular meeting of the WSCS at the church dining room Thursday afternoon. M a m m o t h In Nebraska DAWSON, Neb. UP--A paleontologist from the University of Nebraska indenlified remains found on the Nemaha River near here as those of one of the early m a m moths. Lloyd Tanner guessed that the animal lived about 35.POO years ago when Nebraska was populated by the giant elephants. HAKE -- Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Lund, Jim and Pat .of Viroqua; Wis., spent a few days' at the Martin and Henry Olson, Bert Lund and Tryg Haugcn homes. A T I N K I : \vr.n. AT '.'. r. M. ONI; MAT. v i ; i t i - O K M A N i : i : ovr.v TAKEN TO W A T E R L O O C H A R L E S CITY--Donald Nikolas, I o n i a , who has been i n . the Cedar Valley Hospital here for two weeks .suffering from a skull frac- t u r e and brain concussion, follow- i n g a f a l l , has been taken to the Allen M e m o r i a l Hospital in Waterloo for f u r l h o r observation and t r e a t m e n t . LEGAL NOTICES S t a r t s Friday! DEAN MARTIN J E R R Y LEWIS In "JUMPING JACKS" 'TIL SHE MADE HIM A SPECIALIST! ^^·^VA^^-'^^V^i^ ^I0mm^^^ ·^ tORETTA RAY YOUNG-MILLAND wild Roglpold Oardlnor · Gall Patrick Scrtttn play by GftorQO Scalon and Ken · Directed by Alexander Moll High Tension Thrills Hugh Bcaumonf in "ROARING CITY" N O I ' l C i : ( I K A I ' P D I N T M I ' N T O F A O . M I M S T I t A T O I l STATK OF I O W A , fcrro (Jorilo Counly !I.V. l\l). 7J.1-|. NolH:i Is lu-rcliy k'lvnn. Hint Iho utulrr iicm-tl has bron iluty iii\nt[iteil timl i|U;ill Vd ax AdtiiinlslnKor of tln (.stnl« of !fnn ;tnh I ' r l i u t l i . I(L'M.IN|. iMu of Cei'i'd CinrtU) I'imm.Y. All por^ons l i n l r h i i ' i l to s:iiil eslnte :ii-o'".I'll In inal(t) I n i i i u ' i l i n t o pny, n l i r n t : u n i t tlmsr luivlnt; i r l n l K l H :«;\ltlst Ilil! ·tii m« w i l l i i n t s v n t Uii-m. iliily iiuilun 1'iHoil. to t h o i l i K l o r s l n n e d lor r i l l u u n t l c p unil liU- In tlui i d l l c e of Itii: 1,'liM-k uf tile l i s l r l c t ( ' m i l l . l.i:si,ll-: I., l i O d A l l l O W K H , A t t a r n r y Dalcrl A u g u s t ] t i , I',i,"i2. S. 11. M a c ' l ' K A K . Cli-rk IM'.lil.-l Onirl lly .IKAN l u i l l D K . D u p u l y N O T I l ' I J ()!·' A r r O I . V T A I J - . ' N T f)l' - AD.MIMS I U A I'llH S'l'iVrr: HI-' I O W A , Cciro lianli) Cuimly, .'i.'i. No. 7ylU. Nrtlicu Is l.'i-ol.v ch'i'n. tin- urulor- ·iiiUH'il bi*tMi duly ap|ioii\lod .mil |UaU- Elrl iis A i l i n l n l s l r a l o r ot Ific' ost:lU' of l l n r - ulcl A. Ki'ltlk', DcciMSi'il. laic ol IVrni l.'iiriln f n u i U y . All PITMUIS I n i l u l i l n l lu saiil /state arc i c^ur.sti-il to nuilui I n i l i i i M l i u t i ] oaymoiil; ami those haviili; I'laiins :ir;.tinst ilio .same' will prt-xoni Uutin, iliily antlii'ntl- anil flic in tho olticc of Ilic Oli'i-k ol tlui District Court. C l . K N N I.. K K i n i . K HI. I.. M.IVJM · W i l l i a m 1'appas. A l t o r n c v Dali-cl A i i K i i s t Hi, l».a. S. II. U l a r P K A K . Clerk I l i s l r l c l t:»i IU- J K A N ItOllDK. Dcpuly N O T I C K 111' H C A K I M i notice ts hereby n i \ e i i t h j t a .....^....^ of tliu Xonln^' ('onuui.vslon of tho Ully of Jfason City. Imva, will bo luilil at llio Cily H n l l . Mason t ' i l y . Iowa, on tlie I8lh ilay of September, I'lja. at V : M o'clock p. ni. at vvlilch time nnil plneo the f"IIow- .ns rocpicsts for chanKi- nf 70110 will he brought on for hearing on the properties a.s NOUTIIiVKSTKIlN STATES 1'OllTf.ANn t'E.MKNT C O M P A N Y : Krom "II". "C", "I)" VirsltlnKiiil ciUtrli'U lo "I" 1li-:ivy D i j t r l c l nil of II!irk 1 .mil nil uf ULorks i i u n i l i e r c t S 'il In \'ir. Inclusive In t h r Itrtep unil Onp Lnni] Conip:iliy'ii Street Halliviiy Addition to Mmon I ilr. loirn. f.Area lirtivocn IRlh Strcof N,U'. nnil I Till S t r e e t .N.W., wtst of AVuhlniton A v e n u e nnil cast of thc .Vorlhu citcm lUllroiiil tracks.) The Hellenic Orllioiliix c b u r r h : Chingo from "D" Two K n m l l j r Kridlriillu! Ills- (rlcl to "G" lluslncn IMslrlrt l.ol.t 3 and II !u Itlork : In .). I.. U*rk!u*un'* Siih- cllrUluii nf the K HI n c r e s of Hit SK'. i NK'.i Scrt'oo I Tuuii-Jilp lit! U.IIIBO ill. (1101 X. WiUhlnRlon A r c n u f . ) Any person Inlurestnl therein may ap- .ii'ar at .said llmo ami plaro and lilc objections lEiercto. D. E. HAN'DAIX, Chairman\ng Commission -^ i his Joke · twinkle In his eyel 4 STAR LAFF HIT! T T r -y * Phono 770 CLUB IS08 N o r l h Federal "A Veterans Club of Quality" COME OUT ANY NIGHT and ENJOY THE MUSIC of THE mic '· Q/ J . +Jr6lcincler6 A Group of Outstanding Musicians With Clever Interpretations-- OUR FOOD IS FINE - TO BE AN AMVET IS A PERSONAL ASSET -- Join Now -Mason City One Day Only -- 3 8 P.M. FAIRGROUNDS WED., AUG. TERRIFIC NEW EDITION W I T H T H E I L L U S T R I O U S SCREEN, RADIO AND TELEVISION S T A R -- "MR. CIRCUS" HIMSELF CLYDE BEATTY IN PERSON G R E A T C O M C O U E A H O DANCING. TUMBLING, SOMER- ; SAULTING TOREADOR OF THE TIGHT WIRE. 3-HERDS OF ELEPHANTS-3 INCLUDING THE SMALLEST BABY ' ELEPHANT ON EXHIBITION WITH ANY CIRCUS. 56 OUTSTANDING HEW FEATURES Hej. Seats anil ficn. A i l m . T i c k e t s On S a l e Shew Day O n l y [it Voril H o p k i n s I)ru(f Store. Same 1'rlcej As At !hniv OroiiEids, WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY ALSO--FREE RIDES ON THE MINIATURE STEAM TRAIN SPONSORED BY RAIZES DEPT. STORE AND ROYAL CROWN COLA TUESDAY LAST DAY FOR "ONE SUNDAY AFTERNOON" and "FOLLOW THE SUN" CHILDREN 10c ADULTS 50c A Friendly House for Friendly People U , \t --STARTS WEDNESDAY-- UNrVERSAL-IWKft.NAHOHAL preienK CLAUDETTE COLBERT, JNN BLVTH KNDERIIHILI: ·a HURT DOUGLAS -Mi CRAWFORD · PHP « · sumsCOOPU Plus Co-Feature That Rips the Screen With Suspense SMey WIHIE US -Richard CONIE-Steplien HcHUlLr-Cllarfes BICKFORfl M A S O N CITY STARTS THURSDAY C'oiifd. Bally A f l c r 1:00 I'. M. (.'LEAK L A K E STARTS FRIDAY Matinee at 'J:00 p.m. on Sat. Sun., Mini. monster of creation's dawn loosed on our world today! Adventure to make you wonder if it's TRUE... while your very eyes convince you that it IS! FAY WRAY ROBT. ARMSTRONG · BRUCE CABOT / C MERIANC. P ERNESTS. O O P E R i J C B O E D S A C K ALSO SELECTED SHOUT SUBJECTS. ENDS "SOMETHING TO LIVE FOR" TUES. Joan Fontaine · Ray MilJand O Teresa Wright Mason City's Best and Finest Theater VHssgesa EXCITEMENT! ADVENTURE! ROMANCE! Sons pf the Musketeers Upholding ihe Fighting Tradition c( Their Forcfalhcrs! £ with ROBERT OOUGUS · GUDYS COOPER · AUK HAIE, JR. . JUNE CUYWORTH UNA TURNER in "The MERRY WIDO COLOR BY TECHNICOLOR CHILD. ADM. (Under 12 Years) lOc ANY TIME

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