Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on January 6, 1949 · Page 11
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 11

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, January 6, 1949
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*«WYI^^^ 14 Jan. 5, 1949 Maion Cltr Globe-Gtiette, Mason City, la. MOVIE RE VIE WS By CARL WRIGHT The search for the Homarus Americanus (lobster), in the waters off the coast of Maine, provides a good deal of the color and excitement of "Deep Waters," showing currently at the Cecil theater, and starring Dana Andrews and Jean Peters. It's a turbulent story of romance and the fearful spell of the sea on the lives of those who live by it. Andrews provides an exceptional portrayal as Hod Stillwell, while Jean Peters is equally outstanding in the role of Ann Freeman. And Anne Revere, of course, is slaving in the kitchen over a hot stove. Which is remindful of the fact that it is much easier to get TastyLunches For Business Women Open Every Night Except Sunday Until Midnight Oaamaf Hole COFFEE SHOP BIG FREE DANCE Tonifre Wednesday, Jan. 5 MACK'S ORCHESTRA Our First Dance of the New Year. * Tomorrow Nite Thursday, Jan. 6 Another Big Dance Music By THE FIVE SHARPS * Our Food . . . It's Delicious. And . . . It's also Nutritious. Try any one of our Dishes! VETERANS' CLUB "It's the Talk of the Town" 1308 N. Federal Phone 770 VETS Must have a card showing they arc a member of a Veteran*' organization lor admittance. lobsters in a restaurant, where all one has to do is open his mouth and stop wasting time. But it is fascinating to watch — this lore of the sea. * * * London of the picturesque period prior to the turn of the century has vivid screen life in "An Ideal Husband," showing currently at the Palace theater, with Paulette Goddard as the star. The London Film Production was di- THEATERS AT A F.CIL — "Deep Waters" no\v showing. ALACE — "An Ideal Husband" and "13 Lead Soldiers" now showing. TRAM))— "Montana Mike" and "Tracy vs. Cueball" now showing. TATE— "Louisiana" and "A Sli(ht Case of Murder" now showing. ,AKF. — "A b b o t t and Costello M e e t Frankenstein" now showing. ected by Alexander Korda, and s based on Oscar Wilde's famed omedy, which mirrors the glittery pciety, political intrigue and so- ial rivalry of London of the period. Tom Conway plays Bull- log Drummonri in the co-feature, '13 Lead Soldiers." * * * "Montana Mike," wilder than he wildest and tougher than the oughest, was a riding fool and a unless wonder who made history n the old west. The picture is ;hovving currently at the Strand heater, with Brian Dcnlevy and Jorja Curtright co-starred with Robert Cummings, who was 'Montana Mike" himself. Morgan Conway and Anne Jeffreys are the stars of the co-feature, "Dick Tracy vs. Cueball." For a change Edward G. Robnson does not get shot in a picture. It's Warner Bros.' "A Slight Case of Murder," which pulls the curtain back on gangsterism and. rackets. The film in which Robinson goes "legitimate" is showing currently at the State theater. It's the story of an ox-beer runner who wants to conduct an honest business. Gov. Jimmie Davis and Margaret Lindsay are in the co- feature, '"Louisiana." * * # The Abbott and Costello comedy, "Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein," is showing currently at the Lake theater. With Bud Abbott and Lou Costello in the top roles, the film concerns an attempt by Bela Lugosi as Dracula to transfer Costello's brain to the Frankenstein Monster. But he fails—lucky Monster! The Ritz Club For Food and Fun Bayside, Clear Lake !IOWA S WONDER BALLROOM The Beautiful SURF NORTH SHORE CLEAR LAKE i FRIE PARKING b CHECKING SURF WILL BE CLOSED ON WED. NITES UNTIL AFTER EASTER FRIDAY, JAN. 7 MALLEK'S BAND SATURDAY, JAN. 8 DELL CLAYTON SUNDAY, JAN. 9 WAYNE KARR CECIL NOW SHOWING HERE K A HEART-THRILL FOR YOU! j d STARTING FRIDAY Gene Ke ]l y Garland "THE PIRATE" In Color Y FREE DANCE WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 5 8:30 to 12:30 DINE and DANCE To the Smooth Rhythm of the "COUNTRY CLUBBERS" ALL VETERANS SOCIAL CENTER Receipts Gain at Postoffices Manly—Sales of li cent denomination stamps at the Manly post- office had a 35% increase over last year, according to Postmaster Arnold Garnass, \vith a total increase of 12% in the general business receipts. Mr. Garnass states that it was a noticeable fact that more people are sending Christmas cards first class. This, together with the 35% increase signifies there have been more cards mailed this year than any previous year since Mr. Garnass has been postmaster. The regular help at the post- office here is Mrs. Frank Kline and Hugh Monahan, with Mrs. Anton Sobolik, a former employe, as extra. NEW HAMPTON TO BE 1ST CLASS OFFICE New Hampton —Postal receipts for 1948 totaled $40,100, William J. Gleason, postmaster here reported. Effective July 1, 1949, New Hampton will be classified as a first class postoffice. During 1948 a 3rd city mail carrier was added. Teacher Takes Post at Newton Manly —Miss Corrine Martin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Martin, will leave Saturday for Newton where she has accepted the position of fifth grade teacher in that town. Miss Martin attended Clark college at Dubuque for 2 years following her graduation at Manly, and has been a student at Cedar Falls the past year. Floyd County Jurors Named Winter Term Opens at Charles City Monday Charles City —The following grand jurors have been drawn to serve in district court for the year 1949: Harold Winterink, Albert Stiehl, A. Nugent and Matt Frein, all of Charles City; Barton Bonzer and E. L. Downs, both of Floyd; V. R. Crabtree, Rockford; Royal Jacobs, Rudd; Donald Kingery, Marble Rock; Fred Moltz, Orchard; A. J. Pringle, Greene, and C. E. Tatum, Nora Springs. The following trial jurors have been drawn for the January term of district court which opened here Monday: Charles City—Lucille Albertson, Phyllis Allison, Donald Anderson, June Andreson, Mary Beekman, Robert Byers, Anna Debes, Lois Faber, Rue Fenholt, Martha Fike, Isadore Fisher, Russell M. Fisher, Margaret Floyd, Edith M. Cast, Mary Guenther, Stuart Henry, Emma C. Robert, Esther Hoger, Albert Hor- valh, Elizabeth Huxsol, Jean A. Kicherer, Karl Klages, George Koehler, Ralph Lambert, Peter Lamp, Matt R. Lubben, Van J. Marker, Margaret Martens, Mrs. Reuben Meyer, Ludwig Moeller, Angie Noble, A. F. Schlick, Louise Smith and Pauline Vala. Nora Springs—Hoyt Tatum, J A. Shanks, Robert R. Helmers, Lester A. Diegel and Jay Clough. Floyd—Albert Bradwell, Florence Fields, Nina Keifer and Hazel McDermott. Rudd—L. M. Blunt, Gale Ethington and Edward Folkerts. Rockford—Vera Barnett, Burr Eichmeier, Laura Schrage and Bevdie Bruce. Nashua—Mrs. Winlon Carpenter, Bernard Frascht and Mrs. Roy Parker. Marble Rock — Fern Bucklen, Russell Parker and Frank Marzen. Ionia—August Hartmann. Greene—Mrs. Jean Shaw. Dougherty—Eleanor Zvveck. Officers Elected by Order Eastern Star Hampton —Officers of Franklin chapter Order of Eastern Star for the coming year are: Mrs. Charles W. Nolte, worthy matron; Everett Fleming, worthy patron; Mrs. J. M. McSpaden, associate matron; Fred Allen, associate patron; Mrs. Ethel Cecil, secretary; Mrs. V. E. Rogers, treasurer; Mrs. Ron E. Harrison, conductress; Mrs. Everett Fleming, associate conductress; Mrs. H. J. Wallace, chaplain; Mrs. O. T. Nolte, pianist; Mrs. Tom F. Fox, marshal; Miss Beth Wallace, Electa; Miss Marian Nolte, Esther; Mrs. Charles Allinson, Ruth; Mrs. Victor Olson, Adah; Mrs. John A. James, Martha; Mrs. Fred Allen, warder; Howard Bolts, sentinel. Bronner Chairman of Howard County Board Cresco — Rudy J. Bronner of Cresco was elected chairman of the Howard county board of supervisors at its organization meeting Monday. A. A. McCarville, democrat, from District No. 2, was sworn in for a 3 year term, having been elected at the November election. E. B. Richmond of Elma is the 3rd member of the board. COUPLE HONORED Osage —Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Wei- din were honored recently on the occasion of their 40th wedding anniversary at their farm home northwest of Osage. Mrs. Weldin has been confined to her wheel chair for some time, but is always cheerful and contributes much to her family and community life despite her physical handicap. Ten of the 11 children were at home for the occasion. Acute rheumatic fever takes its greatest toll among children oi primary school age. Now! Ends Thursday They'll Drive Any Monster Silly! LOR CHANEY SELflUBOJI Plus — March of Time — News New Hampton Polio Patient Returns to University Hospital New Hampton —Duane Card, 2 year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Card, New Hampton's only polio patient in 1948, returned to University hospital for treatment Tuesday. Now! END THURS. • ^cn^tcf A\ IDEAL lllSliAM) TEiMiCOlOR - - Stevr? --..: J k ' f*VULETTe « 60DDAW) Divorce Granted to Charles City Woman Charles City — Judge T. A. Beardmore in district court granted a divorce to Nelle Obermeier, 50, from Walter Obermeier, 47. both of Charles City, on a cruel and inhuman treatment charge. They were married at Charles City, May 4, 1947 and separated Nov. 1, 1948. They have no children. HOLIDAY GUESTS Charles City—Guests in the home of Supt. and Mrs. P. C. Lapham have been their daughter, Mrs. A. A. Johnson, Jr., of Omaha, Nebr., and their son, Lewis, of Tallahassee, Fla. Mrs. Johnson arrived before Christmas and spent the holiday season here while Dr. Johnson is on a business trip in the south. Lapham's son attended a political science convention in Chicago, 111., the first part of last week and came to Charles City for a weekend visit. He also visited with his wife's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Martens, Charles City. ENJOY A GOOD MOVIE! NOW! END FRIDAY BRIAN NORTH SHORE CLEAR LAKE llurrtn* Morgan COHWA1 Ann* JEFFREYS Dick WESSEtl Open Saturday 'B. F.'s DAUGHTER" Return From Trip Charles City—Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Birkholtz of New Haven and Mr. and Mrs. Francis Wamsley of Charles City, have returned from a motor trip through the southwest. Their trip took them through 7 different states and into old Mexico. Highlighting the trip was their journey through the Carlsbad Caverns of New Mexico, the oil fields of Oklahoma and Texas and the visit to Juarez, Mex. They spent Christmas day at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. M. 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