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August 29, 1952

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

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4 Aug. n, mz M»IO« City r.lobf-On«M«, M»ion Clljr, la. VOCALIST W I F E -- Frances Wayne, singing wife of the trumpeter and director, Neal Heftl, i» featured wllh their orchestra which will tak» over the bandstand at the Surf ballroom In Clear L»ke Sunday night. Before they w«re married In 1945, Frances sang wHh the Charlie Barnet and Woody Herman orchestras. On Sunday night's program she will ting a number of recording hits, . Including "If You Hadn't Gone Away," "Coral Reef" and "Klssin' Bug Boogie." Forest Gity Goes to Dial Phone Plan FOREST CITY--Local "patrons of ho Central Iowa Telephone Company will hear the friendly voice of the central operator for the last ime Saturday '"night. · Conversion from the old system to the new dial system is expected .o take place at 0 p. m. Saturday, A largo crew will be on. hand for ,he conversion,' according to Mike Martinson, local manager. Open house was 16 be,hotel Frl day afternoon ami evening I n ' t h e new telephone company ·· building west oMhd, postoffice. Coffee ant doughnuts were to be served, A large staff was to explain how the new system operates, Mclntire Schools Will Open Sept. 1 " : McINTlUE--Tho Mclnlire Independent school will open Sopl. I for registration^ Tho faculty is complete, as, follows: Leo Barnes, superintendent; William Robinson, Mori Sharp, nnd Miss Betty Moore, High School instructors; Mrs., Loo Barnes, sixth, seventh and eighth grades; Miss Rose Mnrlo Thiotjc, fourth'and fifth grades;-Mrs. John Grace,,, second and third grades; Mrs. · Patricia Schumann, kindergarten nnd first. Frank Kellogg is janitor, Mrs, Frank Jones and Mrs. Ted Roe, cooks; Arthur Kesten and Merl Sharp bus drivers. Phono 770 CLUB l308 Nor(h Fcder a' "A Veterans Club of Quality" 'COME OUT ANY NIGHT and ENJOY THE MUSIC of THE "" 4 New Faces on Faculty at Plymouth [·LYMOUTH--With the begin Inj,' o£ the school year four new aces will appear on the Plymouth acuity. Peter Farm a kls of Mason City, vho taught last year nt Fertile, viil.'.Umch band and high school rocnl music: in both Plymouth and tortile. Farmakls Is a graduate ol ho Chicago Musical College with bachelor's decree and master's degree. Ho has studied at the same bllcgo for''the past two summers working toward a doctor's degree, le replaces W. A, Storer. Earl Mnson also of Mason City will leach English and dramatics. Vlason Is a graduate of Mason City High School and Upper Iowa Uni- versity.He has spent the past year at the University of Iowa doing graduate work, Mr. and Mrs. Ma son will bo at home at Plymouth. Paul Strand, who taught high school English last year, will leach at St. Ansgar. Mrs, Eleanor Tasker, who was graduated from Morningside Col lego and taught vocal music ant! English for two years at Gaiva will have charge of grade voca! music and Junior high English and reading. Mn», LcRoy Anderson who taught grade vocal music las' year, will tcachjat Coon Rapids. Marjorio Ward Murrcn, n grad uate of Iowa State Teachers Col lego, taught two ycar« at Brill ylrfl. Murrcn will replace Margare 1,'oltrano as .second grade teacher Miss Coltrane will teach at Wgb slcr City next year. They Love Their .Town nAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (UP)-After observing almost every othe d n d - o f week, Daytonans look . i week off to aay something nlc about their city. The chamber o commerce s p o n s o r e d "What 1 fihl With Dnyiona Beach Week' and slgnK vvere displayed stating 'We LOVE Dnylona Beach." The decay of adult teeth is due t organisms which gain entrance t the tiny crevices which are alway present where the enamel plate arc joined. Dance MANLY, IOWA SATURDAY, AUG. 30 MUSIC BY RAY'S ACCORDION BAND Movie Reviews-'Merry Widow' Is Sumptuous Musical Film Franz Lchar's famous musical omahcc, "The Merry Widow," vi- rant and opulent technicolor pro- uction starring Lana Turner and "'ornando Lamas, opens at the Ceil Theater Saturday. Its haunting songs, 'sumptuous citings and costumes, its brilliant taging of Ihe memorable "Merry Widow Waltz," make for a motion licture that Is a delight to eye and STBAKD-- "Kinr Kane" now BAND BOX-- "rUmlB» Fc»Iher" · · d "FJIjhi to M»r«" now thuwlnf. I.AKIi-- "Jumping Jicki" DOW »bDwta(. tiHIVE-IN -- "Kton I'»H" and "Dcillni- lion Monw" now Bhowlrtf. I'AHK-- "Klnf Kam" now jhowlnf, _ THEATERS AT A GLANCE At Sword'* Polnl" clom Hrldijr, The Merry Widow" »Urii 8»lurd»/. "Sou of l'»lef»e«" now ihowlajr. factory conclusion amid laughs, kisses, song and dance. ar. This is jeautlful the story of young and Crystal Ua.dek (Luna 'urripr,) American widow of a multi-millionaire native of the mythical kingdom of Marshovia, Crystal has been invited to Mar- shovia ostensibly to dedicate a talue of her late husband, but ictually to save the country from ankruptcy through a hoped-for marriage to the dashing Count Dan- lo (Fernando Lamas.) Since this is a lighRiearlcd musical drama, its predicaments are infolded \vllh a tongue-in-cheek se piousness and brought to a satis- The role of the "Merry Widow" is made-lo-order for Miss Turner, who is dressed to the hilt in an array of costumes, as she hoodwinks her admirer. Bob Hope has achieved a new high in nonsensical comedy in 'Son of Paleface," at the Palace Theater. Aided and abetted by costars Jane Russell, Roy Rogers and its famous horse, Trigger, Hope las turned out a technicolor laugh epic. It is a follow-up to.. "The F face," with Hope playing a turn-of- :hc-century Harvard dandy going west to claim his late pappy's fortune. Ho has to do a short turn as the ghost of his Indian-fighting father before the, final reel. "King Kong," a story drawn entirely from imagination, is show- Ing at the Strand and Park Theaters. The film created a worldwide sensation when first released. Insistent demand on the part of picture patrons determined the pro ducers to again present the super- thrill spectacle. "King Kong" was developed from an Idea conceived by Edgar Wallace and Merian C. Cooper. . · ,, . An adventure film, "Flaming Feather," with Sterling Hayden, Forrest Tucker, Arlen Whelari and Barbara Rush, is'the feature of a double bill at the Band Box Theater. Co-featured with this techni color attraction Is "Flight to Mars," story of an astounding expedition. Sky-high hilarity is found in the sensational laugh picture, "Jump-/ ing Jacks," at the Lake Theater. Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis are the comics who join the Air Force for better or worse. Mona Freeman Athletes Makt Copt j , EAST LANSING, Mich. (UP)The most popular area of study for Michigan State College athletes is police administration. len for damaging the lalter's automobile. The snake, which Hurley was carrying in his glove compartment, stuck out his head and startled him, causing him to lose control. Snake Expensive NORTH KINGSTOWN, R. I. (UP) --A snake makes an expensive pet, Thomas Hurley discovered. He had to pay $119 damages to Robert El- The Greek word for music included, all studies intended to cultivate the mind rather than the body. Ruthless.. treachery and savage action are displayed in "Raton Pass," showing at the Drive-In. Dennis Morgan and Steve Cochran are co-starred with Patricia Neal. "Destination Moon" is co-featured, a story of man's conquest of space. Mushrooms contain about 90 per cent water. RIVERSIDE BARN DANCE 72S NORTH KENTUCKY MASON CITY SATURDAY, AUGUST 30 Scandinavian Accordion Band FOR RESERVATIONS PHONE 2002 A Group of Outstanding MuslcUns With Clever Interpretation!-OUR FOOD IS FINE . Club Will Be OPEN LABOR DAY MON., SEPT. 1ST with Entertainment 'N '·.· Everything TO BE AN AMVET IS A P E R S O N A L ASSET -- Join :Now -- NOW! Thru MON. t'leur l.tike -- I'h. in (Moke I.AB0R DAY WOWl WHAT, A LAUGH PANIC1 ^ Mono FREEMAN AddecWCartoon' Pigaboo--And Specialty-"Sadie Hawkins Day" Matinee Saturday and Labor Day at 2:00 P. M. Continuous Sunday from 1:00 P.'M. IOWA'S WONDER SHOW PLACE NO. SHORE · CLEAR LAKE. IA. FRIDAY, AUG. 29 IOWA CORNHUSKERS August Birthday Ball HIGHWAY 18 WEST OF MASON CITY SATURDAY, AUG. 30 BOBBY L1NDEMAN HIS ORCHESTRA SUNDAY, AUG. 31 NEAL HEFT! ana his, vpcnlijit wife, .1-Tanw. Y»W«. win'nri^rf^ Vll" tliclr outslamllns new orchestra nt llio Surf .Sunday nisht. Nc»l.,vJ'p'Is iiarulsomc cnoufil-to *o n- movie ''sfar, and 'Frances tunmcil up for the first lime on CornI Records with "If You Hadn't Gone Away" nnc! "CornI Jlccf." Prances wns n successful recording stnr before sho mnrrlcil NcnU am! ho plnycd n terrific trumpet nnd did nrranclng for Cliarllo Bn'rnct, Woody Ilcrmnn and Charllo Splvnk before lie teamed up with Frances In front ot his own orchestra. 1 ...· ;.·. ' · . l . " : ' : , ' . . - . · · AOM. *t.?1 plus (ax, lot. Jl.nO Men., Sept. 1 Wed., 3rd JULES HERMAN Dancing At Its Best! TONITE and SATURDAY --ON THE GIANT SCREEN--2 BIG HITS-- RUTHLESS TREACHERY nml SAVACE ACTION 11 EVERY SATURDAY MIDN1TE SPOOK SHOW Come as late nt 9:30 See our regular show then stay over for Ihe Spook Show F-R-E-E THIS SATURDAY LON CHANEY in ./'THE, MUMMY'S TOMB" Box Office Opens at 6:30 --Shows Start at 7:30-EVERY NIGHT BEFORE SHOW F R E E R I D E S on the Miniature Steam Train Sponsored by Sam Raiies Dept. Store and Royal Crown Cola l^W GROUND D Labor Day Nigh --NO CHANGE IN PRICE!-- NOW NOW 'A COMPLETE SHOW AFTER 9:00 P. M." - ·».,,·« »i:o r _ *·. ".TX A Paramount Plctur* Saturday--10:00 A. M. Back To School -SHOW- All Seats 25c tew- ^ TOR yG(/M0««'Gtl UERES OUg EXTRA SPECIAL SELECTION *OR Yeua t A Now Showing at Both Theaters and ^iiisnii C'.ty · fiOo 'TIM 5 ConlM. Oally A f t e r 1:00 · Clear l.nko Mallnee At 2:00 I*. M. on S»t., Sun., Moti. (Labor D a y ) A 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! with FAY WRAY ROBT. ARMSTRONG · BRUCE CABOT MQUAN C. P ERNEST I. O O P E R D C H O E D S A C K Also Selected Short Subjects NOW! Continuous From 1 P. M. WHEN YOU SEE THIS TWO-GUN TRIO IN THEIR SHOW OF SHOWS . . . YOU'LL POP YOUR BUTTONS AND BUST YOUR BOWS! Cartoon * Act ENDS FRIDAY -- "AT SWORD'S POINT" -- Cornel Wilde · Maureen O'Hara O In Technicolor STARTS SAT MASON CITY'S BEST AND FINEST THEATER M-G-M's Saucy, Sumptuous New Technicolor Musical! THE m WHO KEPT THE mm IN A FRANZ LEHAR'S MELODIES Including "Villa." ·Merry Widow Walli, ·'Girls, Girls. Girls" on Jf-G-M Records ······ coio* er TECHNICOLOR ' lo-(furring ' wilh ),.?^MERKEL'**w HAYDN GOMEZ (rat« » 6ns nu If w« Fnu IM DOORS OPEN 12:30 -- SHOW STARTS 1:00 O'CLOCK CHILDREN ADM. UNDER 12 YEARS, ONLY lOc

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