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August 27, 1952

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 9

Mason City, Iowa
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Wednesday, August 27, 1952
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IOWA BOY DESIGNERS WIN-- Winners in the a n n u a l nioclcl car competition of. the Fisher Body Oai'tsnian's C.uikl are Jon W. Augustine (tipper right),' of Davenport, 'who took f i r s t state honors- in the j u n i o r division (ages 12 tlirouu'li 15), aiul Charles M. Hanson of Waterloo, whose ·beautiful model car won first in the senior division (ages 1G through 19). Each received a cash award of $150, and AuR'U-stine's model went on to take regional honors and n chance to win a u n i v e r s i t y scholarship in the national competition. Orchard School Faculty Listed O R C H A R D -- Tho Orchard schools will open Sept. 1, with Uic morning devoted to 'registration. The f a u u H y consists of B l a n c h e Trescmer, first p r i m a r y grades; Durlehc Krugcr, .second p r i m a r y grades; Jessie Mcliityrc, fourth and f i f t h , grades; Vcrcla Alitz, sixth' and seventh grades;' Sirs. Hugh Young, eighth grade and Conklin, music. music; Keith VJ2 Mrs. Ren Anderson, high school ;:;| Instructor; Manuel Rcynoso, alh- .f| lelic coach; II. F. Risse, supcrin- VjJ tendent; 5ilsie llannemann and · ·;| Irene II duty re, lunch service. TECHNICIAN HIRED DECORAH --' Robert DcLancey, Waterloo, is to start duties Sept. 2 as an x-ray technician at the Decorah Clinic according to Dr. R. M. D a h l q u i s t . DeLancey is married and has one child. LEGAL NOTICES NOT1CK O C r - K O U A T K O r \ V I I . I . STATK OF IOWA. (m Oordo Colinl.v. ss. In D i s t r i c t Court. N'o. TMti. June. Tvrm. I!)ii2. To All Whom Tl M a y (.'imrem: You .ire hereby n o t i f i e d , t h a t nn instrument nf w r i t i n g purporting lo he Ihc Insl W I N nn«l T e s t a m e n t nf Kts.l 1*. .Johnson, Deceased, d a t e d J u l y 23. 1951..having been , I b i s .(fay filed, opened and rend, i\!ondn.» M i K ' l n t l i day of September, 15)52. Is fixed for hu;irin£ proof of s.une at the Court TTrnise, in Mason City. I r u v a , b u f u r c the Distrtet Court of 'said County, or tho Clerk of said C n t i r l ; and at 10:00 o'elock A. ivr. of the d n y ahpvc mentioned 'al persons i n t e r e s t e d are hereby notified am required to appear, and ;show enusn, i nny they l i n v c , why instrum'cnt. should no hr 'prohntcd and allowed as ami for the last W i t t and Testanionl of .said dccensed na(ed at Ala.sun CHi - , Iowa, August 18 1052. S. If. M a c l ' H A K . Clerk rf District Court fiy J K A N ItOHDI-;. D e p u t y THEATERS AT A GLANCE CblC'll, -- "At SwutiV* I'ulnl" p u w » h U H l i i | , I'AI.ACE-- "Tho St.iry ot Will lliiferi" rluten \ \ c d u t n l i j . "Sun of I'ulcdrc ' h t j r t * ' I ' l i u t k d A j f . STKANI1-- " K n u r l n r t'lly" an A "luclrir To Wo n Wllo" clurSf Wedlioilay. "Ktlif Kotif" oiteui Thurxclxy. B A N D HOX-- "Thunder (hi Ihc 11111" »nd Movie Reviews- Bofo and Jane Back in "Son o/ Paleface' swordsmen-fathers and aid Die Bob Hope and Jane Russell, whoiQuecn of France in her struggle vrote a hilarious new chapter in against the ruthless Due cle Lahe history of the Old West in "The valle. It is based on the famed "1'he Title" now » h u w l i i ( . LAKl-:-- "The \Vlld N o r t h " U H I V 1 M N -- "Ainels In Dlb l u n n ^ IIOM *hatYln][. runv h n w h i B . anil c»r XOTH'K 1)1' A P I ' O I N T M K N T )]· .i-:xi;fi;Toii STATK )!·· I O W A . Ccrro Oordo County, *s. N o . 7U2S. iS'otiee is hereby ntven. t h a t the under* aimed has been d u l y appointed and' qualified as K x o c u t o r of tho cslate of Marion M. Pasc. Deceased, late of Cerro Crordo Oonnl.\'. All persons indebted to said est a t e are requested to make i m m e d i a t e p a y m e n t ; nm! those h n v i n K claims against the same will present t h e m , duly authenticated. In the u n d e r s i g n e d for allowance, and file- in the office of the Clerk of the District Court. iiAnnv r. PAGE L. T. IIOSWOIiTII, Attorney Dated August 18. 1952. S. II. M a c P G A K . Clerk District Court By J E A N HOIIDE. Deputy Co-Op Groups Meet at Ames Friday A M rCS--Directors, managers an members of I o w a ' l o c a l co-opera live associations and other pcopl interested in a g r i c u l t u r a l co-opera lives w i l l meet in Ames Friday fo j t h c Jowa Co-operative conferonc and for the annual moetuig of th :bwa Institute of Co-operation, to je held Saturday. Following registration at 9:30 a. m., Friday, in the Memorial Union on the Iowa State College campus, .lie conference program will begin at 10:30 a. m., with a talk by Carl Hamilton, editor and publisher of the Iowa Falls Citizen. His subjccU will be "Today's Challenge to Agricultural Co-Operatives." Panel in Morning Also iii the morning program wilj lc a panel discussion of "Why Co- Operative Education?" F r a n k Robotka, Iowa State College ex- Icnsinn economist, w i l l ' moderate! this discussion, with panel mem-' bers including, eight lowans and] Walter L. Bluck, executive secretary of the Ohio Council of Farmer Co-Ops, Columbus, O. The .program for the afternoon will begin with a presentation, Why Co-Operatives Have Problems," by George Beal, rural sociologist at the college. Bluck will report on educational work being done by the organization which he serves. Education on co-operatives will be the afternoon discussion topic 'or adults attending I he conference I iml young people will meet togcth-j cr in another group to discuss Ins! nterest of youth in co-operatives. 'aleface," arc off on a funnier ad- enture in "Son of Paleface,"| vhich opens at Ihe Palace Theater; Thursday. With cowboy star Roy 'Rogers and his horse Trigger figuring prominently in the f u n , this latest lope comedy explains the consequences \vhcn tho Paleface's Harvard-trained son comes West to try following in his pioneering pappy's footsteps. Stocked with gags and comedy situations galore, the film traces Hope's escapades Vn . the border country at the turn of the century. Arriving at Sawbuck Pass, lie finds n reception c o m m i t t e e of quick- shooting hombres who want him to square up his pappy's backlog of debts. Also after him is Jane, a lady outlaw who thinks him loaded with inherited loot. The romance t h a t follows and Hope's frantic efforts to get his luuids 'on some ready cash provide hilariously improbable-doings. A stirring talc of adventure and derring-do is told in "At Sword p Point," technicolor film at the Cecil starring Cornel Wilde, and Maureen O'H.iru. The story revolves around the exploits of three young men and u g i r l w h o follow in Alexandra Dumas characters. "King Kong," the primitive mas todonic ape who made his appearance in a highly Imaginative mo :ion picture a few years ago, ret u r n s to the Strand Theater Thurs day. The picture also will be show ing at the Park Theater this week end. Audiences all over the work liave gasped at the d a r i n g concop lion of the film from a story con ceivcd by M e r l n n C. Cooper aiu the late ICdgar Wallace. Shelley Winters and Ricluiri Conic are slurred in "The 1 Haglnj, Tide," showing at the Band Box Stephen McNally, Charles Blekfon and Alex Nicol are in the cast. Co featured is "Thunder on the Mill, 1 with Claudette Colbert and Am B l y l h . Robert Douglas and Anne Crawford are in the supporting cast. Stewart Granger plays a thrill- packed role as a Canadian fur trapper who becomes a f u g i t i v e of the law in "The Wild North" at tho Lake Theater. The exciting d r a m a co - stars Wendell Corey us a " m q u n t i c " and Cyd Charisse as the I n d i a n sweetheart of G r a n g e r . Leo Gorccy and the Bowery Boys are in "Angels in Disguise" at the D r i v e - I n . There is also a big cartoon carnival for the kids, (0 inin- MEETINGS In North Iowa I t U D l ) -- The Ainvel Auxiliary vill uiccl Friday, Sept. 5, at the hall. LONE HOCK--The A m e r i c a n Legion Auxiliary will meet Wednesday afternoon, Sept. 3, at live Legion H u l l . HUDD--Commercial Club will meet Sept. 1 for supper at 6:30 p. in. and n business meeting. J O I C E -- The Heaver C V e c k Lmlios Aid will meet Wednesday with Mrs. J a m e s Tweeteu and Mrs. John Uoviing. I I U D D -- C u l t u r e Club will meet on Saturday, .Sept. (i, nt I he home of Mrs. Gnuulon H u r n e t t . Mrs. Ernie Hyner will lead the discussion. G A R N E R -- T h e Hancock Covmtj ·1-1! fjii'ls' committee will meet at lU-itt at 1:30 p. m. M o n d a y , Sopt 8. oC Mrs. Vcrnon Moss at 8 p. in. Wednesday, Sopt. 3. ALEXANDER--The WSCS was to meet at the cluirch pnrlors Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Dilcno Drury, Mrs. F. E, Dohlcn aiul Mrs. N. S. Jones. OTUANTQ -- Mrs. Denver Os nonson will uo hostess to the f t U D D -- The Itoyal Neighbor? will hold r e g u l a r ' m e e t i n g Tuesday. Ci A UN E It--The Concord Town ship Farm Uurcaii women will hole t h e i r 'orgnnizntion tea at the home the footsteps of their famous of a n i m a t e d f u n . _^_.j^ora (f Thursday N i g h t 6:30 to 9 Why not let yourself in for a real e a t i n g treat? P l a n a p a r t y or come alone. . , . Eat all you can!! V.F.W.Club 1315 4th St. S. W. (TI.GAIt I . A K K . -- I'll, 78 NOW! ENDS THURS. In Exciting Color! m WILD NORTH ·KuriflQ IIIMI GRANGER KiDtiii COREY cmCHIRISSf P l u s - Cartoon - Specially - News S t a r t s F r i d a y ! DEAN MARTIN J E R R Y LEWIS IN "JUMPING JACKS" Otranlo Ladies Aid at her farm home Thursday afternoon. EDITOR ON CRUISE DECOHAH--This week word was received that L. Dale Ahern, editor and general manager of the De corah Newspapers, is on a five day crulso on the aircraft carrier Valley Forge off the const of Califor Aug. 27, 1952 9 Ma.nn Clljr (ilobe-OaieUe, Mmon CHr. la, n i a . He is a guest of the N i n t h Naval District. Four other newspaperman besides Ahern are also oh the cruise. Ahern is the only newspaperman from Iowa on the trip. NOTICE I IF TIIK A P I - O I N T M E N T DF KXKCDTUIX STATE OK IOWA. Ccrro Gordo County. .ss. N'o. 7'JIS. Notice is hereby « i v e n . t h a t the under- slljucd lias lieen duly appointed and q u a l i - fied as K x c c u t r i x of the estate of ( U c n n W, Scott. Deceased, l a t e of. Cerro Gordo County. A l l persons indebted to said cstate. nr« requested lo make Immediate pay nienl; and those having claims a g a i n s t the same will present lliom. duly a u t h e n t i - cated, to the undersigned for a l l o w a n c e . and file in t h e office of the Clerk of- the District C o u r t . I l t ' T H A N f . K I , S T A N L K Y I.. r i A V N K S , A t t o r n e y Dated 23, rjf2. S. II. M a c P G A K . Clerk District Court lly . I R A N HOIIDI-:. D e p u t y Following these discussions, the entire conference will meet together to hear reports of the discussions. Earl L. King, e d u c a t i o n a l director of the Iowa Institute of Co-Operation, will conclude the afternoon program, talking on (lie Institute's Views on Education." Ends With Banquet A banquet program will round j out the conference program, with Ihrce speakers scheduled to appear. Mary Gibbs, Bellcvuc, w i n n e r of the 1052 Farmer's G r a i n Dealers Association rural youth p u b l i c speaking contest will present her winning t a l k , "How Co-Operatives Benefit the Farmer and His Community." Herb Plambeck, f a r m service director, Radio Station WHO. DCS Moincs. will speak on "Beyond the Farm Fences.'' "Co- Operation--A F a m i l y A f f a i r , " will be presented by M r s . Viola A r m strong, director of women's ,-ic- jlivilies, I n d i a n a F a r m B u r e a u Co- ''·[Operative A s s o c i a t i o n , I n d i a n a p o l i s , iNottri- i liurchv K i w n , t h a t tlu? u m h - i · I l l d . .signed h;i.s !.,vm i l t i l v ;.|pmn(iMl a n d q u a i l . ] r,., , I i m l i l n l n nf C i i r i n n i - i fiod r t s A d m m t M i ; K i - i o f III.' csliiln o f ! . " R l o u 1 " ' . S I I U M L ( I I U ) - O p C I , t - nominirk i.. o ' t i o n n H i . iici cnsi'ti. i;nr- "i [ I ion's first a n n u a l business N'oriff: or' TIIK Ai'POf.VTMKNT O r A I A I I M S T I t A T I l I \ O F I O W A , ('(·mi f i o n i o C i i u n l v J / MASON CITY'S BEST AND FINEST T H E A T E R -NOW SHOWING MORE DARING THAN THEIR FOREFATHERS! Excitement! Advcnlnrcl Romance! . LANA TURNER in ^The MERRY WIDOW" 'S WONDER SHOW P L A C E NO, SHORE · CLEAR LAKE. IA. WED., AUG. 27 JULES HERMAN Welcome Iowa Pe»c« Offictti! FRI., AUG. 29 August Birthday Ball IOWA C O R N H U S K E R S SAT., AUG. 30 BOBBY L1NDEMAN His Electric Organ and O r c h e s t r a SUN., AUG. 31 That Great New and Exciting Name Bind: NEAL HEFTI and FRANCES WAYNE AND THEIR O R C H E S T R A A d m . 5 1 , I I I pi in t a x , t u t . S I . U U MON., SEPT. 1ST LABOR D A Y , NIGHT JULES HERMAN MASON CITY STARTS THURSDAY Contlnuout Dilly Aft«r 1:00 P. M. 50c 'till 5 CLEAR LAKE STARTS F R I D A Y Matinee at 2:00 P. M. on S a t u r d a y - S u n d a y - Monday ( L a b o r D a y ) SENSATIONAL THRILL TO STARTLE MILLIONS! MOST AMAZING SHOW ON ANY SCREEN! ,.i - I iS Startling! Staggering! Stup e n d o u s ! N o t h i n g c a n approach this show-of- the-age! .. .The strangest story ever conceived by man!...Adventure to make you wonder if it's true,.. while your very eyes convince you that It Is! . ROBERT ARMSTRONG · BRUCE CUBOT C MEBUNC, P ERNEST I. O O P E R O C H O E D S A C K ""Ends Wet/ttosday -- Sfrsnd Th««f«r' Loretta Young and Ray MINnnd In "THE DOCTOR T A K E S A W I F E " Plus "ROARING CITY" 50c Til 5 p.m. 16c Kids (Under 12) PALACE "The Story of Will Rogers" Starts THURSDAY! w i l l begin at !) n . m . Satu'rflay, w i t h i s|)Qci:il activilics planned for Ihc niorninjjf for ladies and y o u t h who nltcndccl liic conference the previous dav. Continuous from 1 p.m.. COLOR BY TECHNICOLOR You'll Pop Your Buttons Child. Adm.--Under 12 Years lOc Any Time T O N I G H T and THURSDAY Kiefs/ Springs in early watches sonic-! BOWERY BOYS A DOUBLE F E A T U R E OF E X P L O S I V E THRILLS "AND ACTION F R E E R I D E S ON THE E V E R Y NIGHT -- B E F O R E SHOW M I N I A T U R E STEAM T R A I N SPONSORED BY R O Y A L CROWN COLA AND SAM R A I Z E S D E P A R T M E N T STORE LOOK KIDDIES A BACK TO SCHOOL SHOW" S A T U R D A Y 10 A. M. SATURDAY 10 A. M. LABOR DAY NITE MONDAY, SEPT. 1st THE LAST BIG HOLIDAY OF SUMMER! PLAN TO SPEND IT V/ITH US AND SEE OUR COLOR NOVELTY LATEST CARTOON * ACT * NEWS G I A N T F I R E W O R K S SHOW ALL SEATS 2Sc Corro f l o n l o County. A l l prirsun* i n d i - h t c t i tn said cst.ilt' a i t - iTtiue.stffl in m;d;»- i n i - m c d i n L f t i i i L y i i i c n t ; :uid I h o s L- h a v i n g r l n i n i s n^.'iinst tin- s n m * \viil present t t K - r n . fiidy n u l h i i n t i r n l o r l . lo tt)p inuliu .siqnfci for nLlow.'im e, ;nld file in the o l f i c i ; of the d o r k ' o f tin- Oislricl C i u i n . K A T I I R Y N M. O ' D O N N E U , I) I I . r i T X r - A T R I C K . A t t o r n e y D;ilc(l A u j l l ^ t 2". lilW. S I I M a o P E A K . Clork I V u S r i r t C o u r t - , . , , , , . ., BV .IKAN K O I I D K . Dcpmy ' t i m e K were made of hof,' b r i s t l e s . E N J O Y YOUR r A O V I E T I M E I N A F R I E N D L Y T H E A T E R NOW

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