Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on December 24, 1948 · Page 14
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 14

Mason City, Iowa
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Friday, December 24, 1948
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1948 Mason City Globe-Caietle, Mason Oily, la. USE THE G-G WANT ADS! MASON CITY "WILDCATS" VACATIONING, FOOT- BALLING —Nine Northwestern university students from Mason City have left their studies for the holidays. Some of them are shown here. Above ate, left to right, Lawrence (Fatso) Day, and Mrs. Loran*A. (Peewee) Day, Jr., with Mr. Day. Below, left to right, Marjorie Stam, George Marty, Jr., and DuRee Hunter. The Day twins, son of Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Day, Hotel Hanford, arc spending their holidays in California in preparation for the Rose Bowl football game between the Wildcats and California. They are both enrolled in the school of commerce and are members of the Delta Tau Delta fraternity. Miss Stam and brother, Marshall, are vacationing with their parents, Dr. and Mrs. N. C. Stam, 6 Hampshire court. Miss Stam is a freshman in prc-nursing and Marshall, a junior geology major. Marty is the son of Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Marty, 76 Linden drive. He is a freshman pre-law student in the school of commerce, participates in band activity and will try out for the golf team. Miss Hunter, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. James Hunter, 71V Crescent place, is a freshman pre-medical student and a member of Kappa Delta sorority. Three other Mason Cityans are a 11 e nding Northwestern. Mrs. Mary Dunkelberg Zultner is a member of band, glee club and Alpha Pi sorority. Her parents are Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Dunkeltaerg, 201 Rhode Island S. E. Robert J. Lowrie, Jr., is a sophomore in the commerce advertising course, a member of Delta Sigma Pi fraternity, saddle club and on the staff of the Daily Northwestern. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert For Food and Fun Bayside, Clear Lake MERRY CHRISTMAS SURF CLOSED* THRU FRIDAY — REOPENS CHRISTMAS NIGHT SAT., DEC. 25th Lowrie, 522 Jeflei-son N. W. Archie I O. Haugland is a graduate student in music theory, ' the son of Mrs. Ellen Haugland, 117 4th N. E. He plays in the band and orchestra and is a member of Phi Mu Alpha music fraternity. Flock Disease Due to Vaccine 2 ISC Experts Claim Contamination Cause Ames, (U.R) — Two Iowa State college scientists reported Wednesday contaminated vaccine may have caused the rapid spread o£ Newcastle disease in Iowa poultry Dr. Paul C. Bennett, head diagnostician at. the veterinary laboratory, and Dr. Melvin. Hofstad, associate professor, said the disease probably occurred throughout the United States when flock-owners vaccinated for pox and laryngo- trachoitis. The vaccine manufacturer has corrected faulty processes to eliminate the danger,. Bennett said. He advised Iowa poultry raisers to continue vaccinations, but to be on guard for future contamination. The 2 scientists discovered the contamination after several Iowa poultrymen reported the sickness following vaccination. Former Charles City Dentist Re-Enlists Clarion — Dr. M. M. Kuhn, former Charles City dentist, son of Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Kuhn of Clarion, who has been located at Ariair the past 24 years, has enlisted in the • reguiaf army and he is now located at the Station hospital of the TJntted States Military Academy at West Point. During the war he served in the airborne division of the army. His wile was the former Marcella Busch of Calmar, who. with their small daughter, Karol Lynn, accompanied him to his new location. . Golf course shelters, unless properly vodcled, can be danger- mis targets for lightning. AvaJon Ballroom Manly, Iowa CHRISTMAS NIGHT DEC. 25 Music by SCANDINAVIANS VERY MERRY CHRiSTMAS TO ALL REVIEWS' By CARL xVVRIGHT A notable collection of performers of screen, stage and concert hall has been assembled for the M-G-M production, "Big City," which opens Friday at the Palace theater. The result is a picture replete with humor, tender sentiment and delightful musical interludes. While "Big City" does not fall into the category of a film musical, its multi-faceted story of a New York waif who is brought up THEATERS AT A GLANCE* CECIL—"The Crusades" now showing. PALACE—"Shed No Tears" and "Hay Foot" close Thursday. "Big City" and "Grand Canyon Trail" open Friday. STRAND—"The Private Affairs of Bel Ami" and "Banjo" now showing STATE—"Swamp Fire" arid "Twilight On the Ulo Grande" now showing. LAKE—"A Christmas Carol" closes Thursday. "Casbah" and "Sinister Journey" open Friday. by 3 foster-fathers, each of whom is eager to present her with a "mother," offers many dramatic- opportunities. George Murphy, Margaret O'Brien and Betty Garrett are the stars. The picture also features Robert Preston, Danny Thomas, Karin Booth, Edward Arnold and Butch Jenkins. It marks the screen debut of the Metropolitan Opera star, Lotte Lehmann. Roy Rogers is the star of a king- size co-feature, "Grand Canyon Trail," which is western entertainment at its tip-top best. Jane Frazee and Andy Devine also are in on this red-blooded drama. * * *• The picture that gave Academy Award - winning Loretta Young her first real break and established her as one of Hollywood's most talented personalities is showing currently at the Cecil theater. It is Cecil B. DeMille's spectacular drama, "The Crusades," Paramount's timely production about the Holy Land. Miss RUOD, IOWA Sat, Dec. 25 CHRISTMAS NIGHT Music by The Ridge Riders !5TG MISS IT? YOU BIGHT AS WELL MISS CHRISTMAS!! Reginald Owen - Kalileen Lockhart -Terry Kilbum Plus Calgary Slnmpcdc Cartoon News FRIDAY — SATURDAY OUR VERY SPECIAL "MERRY CHRISTMAS" PROGRAM! Yvonno Tony De CARLO-MARTIN A Continuous Christmas From '- P. M. Young portrays the Princess Ber-' engaria, who is changed under the influence of her great love for Richard the Lion-Heart of England, portrayed by Henry Wilcoxon. * # * George Sanders pZays the role of a caustic young journalist as well as a great lover in Guy de Mau- passant's "The Private Affairs of Bel Ami," Loew-Lewin production showing currently at the Strand theater. Angela Lansbury and Ann Dvorak also are featured. Sharyn Moffett is the star of the co-feature, "Banjo," story of a lonely child and a friendly dog. Jacqueline White, Walter Reed and Una O'Connor are in the supporting cast. * * * Buster Crabbe and Johnny Weissmuller are pitted • against each other in "Swamp Fire," Pine- Thomas thriller, showing currently at the State theater. Also in the cast are Virginia Grey and Carol Thurston. Weissmuller stars as a bar pilot. "Twilight on the Rio Grande," the co-feature, is typical of the new trend in hoss opera—a whodunit of the rangelands. Gene Autry functions as a first-rate sleuth. * * * "Casbah," co-starring Yvonne DeCarlo, Tony Martin and Peter Lorre, and introducing the Swedish import. Marta Toren, opens at the Lake theater Friday. The story comes from the novel, "Pepe Le Moko" by Detective Ashelbe. It's the chronicle of a fugitive jewel thief in the Casbah at Algiers. Bill Boyd is the star of the "Hopa- long Cassidy" co-feature, "Sinister Journey." i f*. \\ Now! End Friday "THE PRIVATE AFFAIRS OF BEL AMI"v — Also— Sharyn Moffet in "Banjo" • NOW SHOWING • , The Greatest Love - Story Ever Told.. The Greatest Spectacle Filmed! Cecil B Millies Mighty Masterpiece "TO! Cast of 10,000 Lorettaoung Henry Uiilcoxon PLAN TO SEE THIS SPECTACULAR FILM! JOY FOR EVERYONE! CELEBRATE WITH US Christmas Eve and Christmas Nile You'll Enjoy the Quiet, Luxurious Atmosphere and the .Very Finest of Food. Specializing In • BROILED TENDER STEAKS • SOUTHERN FRIED CHICKEN • DELICIOUS SEAFOODS Charles City Briefs District Court Clerk has issued marriage licenses to Gerald Dawley, 21, and Arlene Valeske, 18 both of Charles City, and Obert W. Nettestad, 26, Rothsay, Minn., and Bess Hildred Prudhon, 28, Foley, Minn. Births at the Cedar Valley hospital included a son to Mr. and Mrs. Charles McElroy of Rockford Monday; a son Sunday to Mr. and Mrs. Dale Boehne of Rockford- a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Fordyce Vitkurek, Nora Springs, Monday; daughters to Mr. and Mrs. Walter Horn, Friday, and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Linkenmeyer, all of Charles City, Sunday, and sons to Mr. and Mrs. Lester Holmes of Ioni,a Sunday, and Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Bill of Alta Vista Saturday. Visits Parents Eagle Grove—Leaving here Dec. 28 for army duty at Scott Field, 111., will be S. Sgt. Murle G. Olson who has just returned from Germany where he had been stationed for 7 months. Sgt. Olson is visiting his parents, Mr, and Mrs. Joe Olson. Merry Christmas from LETO'S ITALIAN CAFE 13 and Elm Drive CLOSED CHRISTMAS EVE MEETINGS In North Iowa NASHUA—Mrs. C. A. Hoon will be hostess to the Isabella, Women's Federated club at her home Thursday afternoon, Jan. G. GARNER—The annual meeting of the Garner chapter of the American Red Cross will be held Tuesday, Jan. 18, at 2 p. m. at the public library. Officers will be elected. Attorney G. W. Templeton is president of the local chapter. NASHUA—Chapter En, Nashua P. E. O. will meet at the home of Mrs. W. R. Clampitt on Monday evening, Jan. 3. Mrs. D. Grawe will have charge of the program. KANAWHA—Newly elected officers of the Kanawha Masonic lodge are as follows: Robert Hoadley, worshipful master; Glen Larson, senior warden; Louis •••••••••••UiHBHM^HM DANCE Riverside Barn 725 North Kentucky Sat., Dec. 25 MUSIC BY HAPPY JAKE AND HIS KANSAS CITY COWBOYS FOR BOOTH RESERVATIONS or PRIVATE DANCES Phone 5102-J Gethmann, junior warden; A. Williamson, treasurer; D. L. Wilkie, secretary. NASHUA—The Wesleyan Service Guild will meet with Mrs. Olive Tolle Friday evening, Jan. 7. Miss Renetta Becker will have charge of the lesson. CLOSED SATURDAY The Soda Grill will be closed Christmas Day, Saturday, so that all of our employes may enjoy Christmas with their families. Open as usual Sunday morning at 10 o'clock. WE WISH YOU A MERRY CHRISTMAS! THE SODA GRILL Mason City THURS. 9 DEC. 23 AMERICAN LEGION CLUB 317 North Federal "Where the Finest Foods Are Served" Music by CASTLE CLUB s . Phe . Bond No Admission Charge No Reservation Necessary Large Dance Floor It's Your Club—Come and Enjoy Yourself—We Have Not Increased Our Prices. Closed AH Day Friday, Dec. 24 and Saturday, Dec. 25 We Wish You All A Merry Christmas LEGIONNAIRE CLUB, INC. Largest SU1 Mid- Year Commencement Will Be Held Feb. 5 Iowa City—The State University of Iowa will hold the largest mid-year commencement in its history on Saturday, Feb. 5, with the conferring of approximate!;'709 degrees. : ] The commencement ceremontei;— will be in the university fieldhouse beginning at 1:45 p. m. with the-procession of candidates. ', Early figures from applications- for graduation indicate that ap-', proximately 91 degrees wiU be'- awarded in the professional col- \ leges of lavy, pharmacy and engineering. This figure does not include- medicine and dentistry since these colleges will have no graduates in the mid-year exercises. LOOK BIG BALLOON DANCE Christmas Eve Gifts to Be Awarded Don't forget our New Year's Celebration. The place to have your fun and meet your friends. Booths reserved for New Year's Eve HERMAN & IRENE'S Tavern Manly, Iowa We Wish You a Merry Christmas and a Happy No* Year MERRY CHRISTMAS NOW SHOWING J3HMNY WBSSKdLLQ VIKINU (an iusra cuesi Gala Christmas Show THE West on Highway 18 Christmas Weekend Menu Roast Turkey • Sage Dressing Virginia Baked Ham Plus All the Trimmings Open At 5 P. M. Christmas Day Continuous Serving Barbecued Ribs — Chicken — Spaghetti Steaks — Sea Foods • For Take Out Orders Phone 612 TONITE . . . Thursday, December 23 Our First BIG ANHUAL CHRSSTMAS DANCE Turkey Door Prizes Music by MACK'S ORCHESTRA Don't Miss the CHRISTMAS DANCE of the Season? Veterans . . . Come and meet your Friends. Club will be closed for the Christmas Holiday all day December 24 and December 25. VETERANS' CLUB 1308 N. FEDERAL PHONE 770 Vets must hare cards showing you belong to some Veterans' organization for admission to our Club. HEY GALS! GIVE YOUR, HUSBAND A REAL CHRISTMAS PRESENT. WE V ACCEPT 1949 AMERICAN LEGION DUES HERE. ENJOY THE MUSIC AND IMPERSONATIONS OF LE VESTER CUNNINGHAM NIGHTLY For Reservation ^ PH. 746 A HOLIDAY SPECIAL FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY! -HEARTED DRAM A! SONGS! LAUGHTEtf! ROMANCE! fEELJNG/ SONGS! ACTION! COLOR!

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