Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on December 29, 1948 · Page 16
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1>«e. 28, IMS Ukctn CHy GUbc-OatetU, M»i»n City. U. ACROSS FROM THE PARK GALA DRESSES FOR "MAGIC" { DAYTIME AND EVENING HOURS! • PRICED TO FIT EVEN AN "AFTER-CHRISTMAS" BUDGET! AND UP QUALITY RAYON CREPES! just in time for tHat big New Year's party ... a spark- ling brand new print dress ... to capture hearts and admiring glances! you'll find just the dress you want ir/ our beautiful collection of pure dye silks and fine qual- ity rayon crepe prints .-. . all with interesting detail! all fashion-bright colors! MOVIE By CARL WRIGHT "Lulu Belle," David Belasco's most celebrated -dramatic stage success, which brought raves in 1926 with Lenore Ulric in the title role, has now been produced on the screen, co-starring Dorothy Lamour and George Montgomery. This exciting tale of a spitfire temptress whose exotic and irresistible ' charms made her the belle of an era and the toast of. New York's cafe society at the turn of the century, opens at the Palace theater Wednesday. Miss Lamour has a dramatically different kind of role as the sultry singing star who was made for THEATERS AT A CECTU-"A Forelf n Affair" n»w showtnr. PALACE— "Blj City" and "Grand Canyon Trail" eloie Tuesday. "Lulu Belle"; and "Out of the Storm" open Wednesday. STRAND — "Horaecomlnr" and "Son of God's Country" close Tuesday. "Honeymoon" »nd "ShaftyV open Wednesday. STATE — "Thunderhead, Son of Fllcfca" and "Hit Parade" now showing- LAKE— "Mr. BUndtnfs Builds His Dream House" closes Tuesday. "Berlin Express" and "I, Jaqe Doe" open Wednesday. love. In fhe chara.cter of Lulu Belle she displays new capabilities obscured in her sarong-wearing days. For the co-feature there is a good, solid melodrama, "Out of the Storm," with James Lydon, Lois Collier, Marc Lawrence and Richard Travis in featured roles. * * * The laugh and love side of life in post-war Berlin, where American occupation forces hold forth, is the subject of "A Foreign Affair," showing currently at the Cecil theater. Jean Arthur, Marlene Dietrich and John Lund are co-starred with- the celebrated stage actor Millard Mitchell. It's the story of Miss Arthur's experiences in Berlin as one of a committee from Washington to investigate morals of American boys stationed there. * *• * A sparkling comedy, "Honeymoon," opens at the Strand theater Wednesday, with Shirley Temple, Franchot Tone and Guy Madison in a laugh-packed story of two romantic youngsters south of the border in Mexico City. A blundering-' American consul heightens their predicaments. "Shaggy" Is the co-feature, a notable addition to the beloved animal films. George Nokes, Brenda Joyce and Robert Shayne are featured. * * * "Hit Parade," a 4-star hit, Is showing currently at the State theater. The 4 personalities aobut whom the lilting tale revolves are, Eddie Albert, Constance Moore, Gil Lamb and Joan Edwards. The quartet is supported by William Frawley; Bill Goodwin, Woody Herman .and Roy Rogers. Also on the bill is "Thunderhead, Son of Flicka." Roddy McDowall, Preston Foster and Rita Johnson are in this technicolor film. * * # A stirring battle of wits between Allied representatives in Europe and a group of nazi fanatics seeking to prevent .the unification of Germany is developed in "Berlin Express," opening Wednesday at the Lake theater. • Merle Oberon, Robert Ryan, Charles Korvin and Paul Lukas are co-starred. "I, Jane Doe," is the fascinating co-feature. Vera Ralston, Ruth Hussey and John Carroll have the leading roles. Driver Injured, Fined $100, Costs After Accident Charles City —- A Mason City man, Dale McCaulley, suffered injuries and was fined for reckless driving in an accident 5 miles east of Rudd on highway 18 at 1:15 a; m., Sunday. McCaulley received face lacerations when his car struck an auto parked at the right side of the highway and went into a ditch at the left. State highway patrolmen who investigated the collision, said Donald Shepard, of Nashua, had parked his stalled car at the edge of the highway facing west. Two passengers, Robert Buckel, of Ionia, and Max Ullon, of Nashua, were, flagging cars on the highway. Virginia Goodner, of Charles City, was another passenger in the car, in which none was injured. McCaulley was cut by a broken steering wheel, officers said. He was fined $100 and costs in justice court Sunday on a charge of reckless driving brought by the highway patrolmen. CROP DRIVE ENDS Joice — LeRoy TJlstad, CROP chairman for Bristol township o: Worth county, reports a total collection of $625.50, all in cash. Mr Ulstad was assisted in the driv iy Duane Slattum, Arnold Kall- ieim, Carl Holstad, Raymond Jtroe, Wallace Larson, Albert Hagen and Irvin Auseti. Officers Elected Marble Rock — Rebekah lodge No.'347 held its annual election of officers and Nina Palmer held over as noble grand. Ada Schultz s vice grand, Mrs. Galen Harris recording secretary, Bertha Manchester financial secretary, Mrs. John Mehmen treasurer, and Mrs. D. Manchester trustee. Mary O'Han'i Best-Seller In York, Pa., there's a factory worker who at each Christmastide attaches a little steel bar to th4 factory whistle and by manipulating it plays Christmas carols which " can be heard for miles around. The Ritz Club For Food and Fun Boyside, Clear Lake Charles City Briefs Births at the Cedar Valley hospital included sons to Mr. and Mrs. Donald Zimmer, Sunday; Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Madsen, Sunday, all of Charles City; Mr. and Mrs. Allie Frey*, of Greene, Friday; and daughters to Mr. and Mrs. Leo Rickhoff, of Nashua, Sunday, and Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Stemmerman, of Greene, Sunday. District Court' Clerk L. V. Leigh Monday issued a marriage license to Merrill L. Johnson, 28, and Ethil C. Rucker, 26, both of Floyd. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Andi- mach, of Koodyay, West Australia, are the parents of a son born last week, according to a telegram received here by Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Immer, 704 Cedar street. Mrs. Andimach served as a nurse overseas during the war and is the former Marie Imrricr, sister of Oscar Immmer and Mrs. Paul Chandler. Detecting: Made Easy Fort Worth, Texas, (U.P.) — A. C. Maclin, a policeman, knew 1 a prowler he arrested as he left home for work wasn't telling the truth. The-man said he had been taking his girl home and she lived "in that house." It was Officer Maclin's. HE"AM UNHANDY HANt>YMAW IF HE ISNT HAMD>Y YOU NEEO HIM T.V. DEAR Af?E ROSES BECAUSE HAVl? \\\&\ BUO i MRS IP WEDNESDAY, DEC. 29 SURF PRESENTS LEAP YEAR DANCE GIRLS-^THIS IS YOUR LAST CHANCE!! BOYS—BE BRAVE!! THIS WILL BE THE FUN EVENING YOU'VE WAITED FOR. SGT. "GO-GETTEM" WILL BE ON HAND TO ARREST VIOLATORS. SPECIAL RULES GIVEN OUT WED. NJTE AT SURF You May Have Witnessed a Funny Movie or Show . . . But After You Have Been to the Leap Year Dance You'll Say it Has 'Em All Beat!! IOWA s WONDER BALLROOV 7/te Beau-fifuf S U R F NORTH SHORE CU>AR LAKE PREE PARKfNC b CHECKING, with Roddy MeDowall Preston Foster — Rita Johnson ENDS TUB. with ROY ROGERS Eddift Albert — Constance Moore PLUS CHICAGO CARDINALS VS. CHICAGO B&ARS WED. - TOUR. Ripped From Today's Headlines— / Not a War Picture! 1 ill MOLE ftoftorr outus MO. ttERON-IYJW-KOIVM Rath Hassey-John Carroll MAT. WED. AT 2 P. M. i$ : Get Tour Tickets Now (or th« NEW YEAR'S EVE STAGE AND SCRDEN FKOL1C! Dance to Genial Will Back End Tuesday—"Homecoming"—"Son of God's Country" ENJOY YOUR HOLIDAYS AT THE NEW THIS PROGRAM STARTS WEDNESDAY A Honey 6f a Funny Picture! miLL-swErr STOW OF A BOY AND HIS DOG...IN THl GREAT OUTDOORS I Shirley TEMPLED* Franchot TONE * ' Gtiy MADISON with. Una ROMAY j Gefte tQCKHART THE BEST FOR LESS— Holiday Season Dances Continue With a Dance Every Nite This Week DANCE DANCE DANCE Tonite . . . Tuesday, Dec. 28 Music by THE FIVE SHARPS Believe us ... They are wonderful! * Tomorrow hJite . . . Wednesday, Dec. 29 FRED WASICEK and His Band Rhythm Galore VETERANS' CLUB "It's the Talk of the Town" 1308 N. Federal Phoue 770 VETS . . . Have your card showing you are a member of some Veterans' organization for admittance. CECIL NOW SHOWING Children 14c Adults Matinee Only 30c End Tuesday — "Big City" — "Grand Canyon Trail' OPENING WEDNESDAY DOROTHY LAMOUR Women arc bound to gossip about with GEORGE MONTGOMERY ALBERT DEKKER OTTO KRUGER GLENDA FARRELL GREG McCLURE rim — Suspense! "OUT OF THE STORM With MARC LAWRENCE Special New Years Eve Program Only O FRIDAY, DECEMBER 31st — 11:30-P.M. « WHY SPEND NEW YEAR'S EVE when you can CELEBRATE IT HERE! 2 NEW HITS FOR LESS THAN 1! ond * nrg MORGAN We cant bcqiw -to tell uou bow-but- upu'H smile af HMYSCW for da^s — jus!- remembering-Mfs swell movie! 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