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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - April 9, 1953, Mason City, Iowa                                14 ApfH tWH Minn City CHjr U CALLED OVERSEAS P v t Duane K Nielsen son cf Mr and Mrs Wes Nielsen of Chapin completed a nineday furlough at his home and left for Camp Stoneman Calif for overseas assignment He received bit basic Training at Camp Chaffee Ark At Tour Theaters Swana Devil First 3D at Cecil Friday Devil the Worlds first feature length Natural Vision 3 Dimension motion picture in color will make its first showing in North Iowa Friday at the Cecil Theater climaxing Manager Tom Arthurs 50 years in the theater The foresight confidence and faith that Producer Arch Oboler and Milton Gunzburg had in this THEATERS AT A GLANCE Pan ThurscUy Devil optni Friday In Iho now ihow Clouded Yellow mud close Thiimdaj Jack McGaH Desperado anil Captive Women atari Friday BAVI Cllj and Tho Nar rifW Muffin now fchowlnp Stars Are Slnclng clone Thursday Woman nf he Norlh Coun rj inaMFBI Girl utarl Frldar and Happy o lovelj now ihowlnf new screen sensation made pos sible this revolutionary presenta tion Polaroid spectacles will be worn by the audience in viewing the pic ture and tests have shown that within a matter of seconds viewers forget about the glasses and pro ceed to enjoy the unprecedented novelty of true thirddimension Robert Stack Barbara Britlon and Nigel Bruce are starred in the initial production ever made in 3D Itjsthe culmination of more than two decades of intensive research in field of threedimensional cinemaphotography and projection by Hollywoods top technicians Its the truelife dramatic story of the building o the first railroad across British East Africa at the tunuof the century when a pair of nianeating lions disrupted the entire undertaking and caused con sternation in the British Parlia ment in the Dark the 3D pic ture which Columbia Pictures has just finished is showing al the Pal aceTheater It was filmed in sepia tone and features scenes on dizzy heights of amusement park rides crossfire of a police car chase and many other scenes that take every dramatic advantage of the screens newfound 3rd dimension Edmond OBrien and Audrey Totter have the starring roles in this crime thriller It is the story of a crim inal freed of his lawbreaking ten dencles who must fight his exgang pals for a hoard of stolen loot It is filled with action inlcnsi fied by the realism of the 3D cam eras The spectacular story of the most legendary gun fight in the west opens at the Strand Friday in Jack McCall Desperado This technicolor film stars George Montgomery in the title role Its lie story of the man who killed the famous Wild Bill Hickok in Dead Mood in 1876 Cofeatured is Cap live Women story of 1000 yean after the Atom Bomb High tension drama is packed into The Narrow Margin story of the fal man with a gun now showing at the Band Box Charlo McGraw Marie Windsor and Jac queline White are costarred Car son City is the cofeature with Randolph Scott in the leading role Lucille Norman and Raymond Mas sey are featured A suspense picture FBI Girl opens at the Lake Theater Friday Its a spellbinder about a beauti who risks instant death by urfderworids bullets helping govern rnent agents set a trap for political mobsters Cofeatured is Woman of North Country with Hull Hussey Cameron Randolph TScott is starred in Desperadoes showing at the Theater Cofeatured is Go Lovely in technicolor David Nivenand VeraEHen are thestars DIES AT RICEVILLE services win at the Mettiodis p m Friday for Barldiurst who at his toaittr fciiirRiceville iTucsday The kaiawteorder wiUhavepart in the v Stockholders of Two Power Companies OK Merger Affects Many Towns in Area Plan Construction Work GARNER Stockholders of the owa Electric Company and the owa Electric Light and Power ompany met separately in Cedar apids this week and voted over in favor of the merger f the Jowa Electric Company into Iowa Electric Light and Power ompany President Sutherland Dows told ic stockholders that the construe on program for 3053 would call or a cash expenditure of approxi latcly This expenditure Ir Dows pointed out would re uire some new capital at least a art of which woild be obtained irough the sale of cither common r preferred stock or both During our heavy construction eriod we must look to thrifty in ependent investors lo furnish nuch of the new capital required o finance our growth Dows said II 0 Sandberg of Garner and lear Lake is the district manager f the Iowa Electric Light and 3ower Company which serves a arge area in this community in luding such towns as Brill Car er Klemme Coodcll and Bel lond and others The firm has nnny stockholders in this vicinity At the meeting of the lowii ISlec ric Light arid Power Company lockholdcrs the following were lected as directors John B Bach fer Robert S Cook S E Co uiletle William C Crawford ulherland Dows H o w a r c R reen Ray J Mills W J Morri on Eugene M Pinncy and S W Vilder At the organization meeting of ic board immediately following ic stockholders meeting the fol owing officers were rcelecld utherland Dows chairman of Iho oaf d1 and president C S Wood urd vice president Duane Arn d vice president Herbert Hen erson vice president V II Lcir ice president II W While treas rcr and assistant s c cr c I n r yf nlph F Drcsher secretary and C Byers general attorney THE THEATER Band Box NOW SHOWING A Doublt Feature Bill Filled With HighTension Drama And Suspense Packed Action Sol Watch That Fat Man With A Gun n CHARUS McGRAWMASiEWlNDSOR MCOUEUNE WHITE ENDS THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY MintiMoU lii The iint WOMAN of NORTH COUNTRY ROD CAMERONGALE STORM AND WOMAN ON A MANHUNTt Cesar George Audrey ROMERO 8RENT TOTTER PLUS OOIOK CARTOON STARTS SUNDAY ACADEMY AWARD WiNNKR BEST ACTRESS OF THE tlAR SHIRLEY BOOTH COME BACK LITTLE SHEBA With Burt Lancaster Ttrry Moort Adult Picture You Waiting To Gl RATES Wilmer L Hartwig Jon of Mr and Mrs Lawrence Hartwig of Osage was graduated from the 43rd Divi sion Artillery Survey School in Germany recently ranking sec ond in a class of 19 He has been in service February 1951 The men are specialists trained to help the artillery hit their targets in the least time with the least amount of ammunition Commencement Hamilton of Mason Cily will address the grad uates of Lawlcr High School at commencement exercises at the school auditorium May 19 There will bo no class sermon Beverly Worster is valedictorian Mary Ann Sabclka salutatorian Edward 11 McGrcevey is super intendent Richard C Lynch prin cipal Following are the graduates Roger Anderson Donald Blazek John Denner Shirley Griffin Cluir Lcnsing Donnn Leonard Lcland Moorman Lyle Njus Mary Ann Sabclka Robert Leo Smith Helen Tank Beverly Wors ter MEETINGS In North Iowa COULTER The N a z a r c I h Luther League will meet Thurs day ApriJ 16 at 8 p in at the church parlors DUMONT The Past Noble brands will meet Friday afternoon n the Mrs Clair IJearn home Crystal Town ship boys 4H club will meet at the Crystal Lake schoolhouse at 8 p m Wednesday LYLE W C T U will hold an institute at the Mona Lutheran Church April 17 Orlhcl Township boys 4H club will hold its regular meeting at 8 p m Wednesday Franklin Band Mothers will meet at the auditor ium April 15 at p m Madison Town ship boys 4H club will meet at the Harold Rockow home at 8 p m April 15 Rock Creek Ladies Aid was to meet at the church par lors Thursday at p m Missionary Sun day School class will meet in the church parlors Friday afternoon svith Mrs Dclos Claypool and Mrs C J Shcppard Sr as the hos tesses meeting of the Am vcts Auxiliary that was to be held April 10 has been postponed until SISTERS ON PROGRAM and Elvira Lar son sisters from Linds borg Kan will present a program of pastel pictures enhanced by a system of lighting effects at Bethany Lutheran Church at Joice April U at pm Signe deaf from birth is an artist noted for her picture of Christ Thy Kingdom Come pictured at left Legion Prepares Summer Program GARNER The Gifford Olson post of the American Legion will sponsor a Junior Legion baseball team again this year according to Gus Pappas commander The post also voted to send two representatives to Boys Slate again this year in cooperation with the Garner Rotary and Lions Clubs The local post also voted to co operate in the community recrea tion program which will get under April 17 at the home of Mrs Rob ert Kuhns Eilgin of Monte dideo Minn was a guest at the Jim Vcldhousc home LAST RITES HELD services for Mrs Roy Winslow 73 were held at the Methodist Church Tuesday the Rev Harold Sparks officiating Burial in Chester Hill cemetery IOWAS WONDER SHOW PLACE NO SHORE CLEAR LAKE IA FRIDAY APRIL 10 KENNY HOFER SATURDAY APRIL II VANCE DIXON SUNDAY APRIL 12 IAN CAREER And His Orchestra COMING EILEEN BARTON way shortly after the close of the school year and will cooperate with the Garner Chamber of Com merce the Junior Chamber arid VFW in the annual observance of the Fourth of July Commander Pappas will name a committee of five soon to work with similar com mittees from other groups DANCE AVALON MANLY IOWA SAT APR 11 Music By COUSIN MERLE and His MAPLELEAF COWBOYS NOW SHOWING Two Dandy Hits RAIN OR CLEAR DRIVEIN SHOW GOB ON In the comfortable intimacy of MOW own FAMILY CAR 7 From Grandma lo the 6abn DESPERADOES Western Action Thrills LOVE THE MOVIES UNDER STARS David Nitrn Vera Ellen HAPPY GO LOVELY TKCIINICOlOR A Musical Rainbow of Love and Laughs KIDS Under 12 FREE1 Visit the Clean Concession Stand RELA TWO COLOR CARTOONS ON EVERY PROGRAM ENDS THURSDAY THE CLOUDED YELLOW FARGO STARTING TOMORROW FRIDAY Continuous Daily From IP M Up to Daadwood the going wen FROM THERE ON IT WAS UP TO YOUR GUN COMPANION FEATURE 1000 YEMS AFTEH THE ATOM BOMBl S Civilisation reduced to rubbUI starring ROBERT CLARKE HELD GLORU SAUNOERS RON MWELl DONT FORGET TONIGHTS THE NIGHT FOR Smorgasbord Serving EVERY THURSDAY NIGHT to Prime Rib Roast French Fried Shrimp Baked Ham Barbecued Hamburgers Try One Or All At One Low Price VFW 1315 40i S W THURSDAY APRIL 9 STARTING TODAY See 3 Dimension Motion Pictures FIRST at This is the most important motion pic ture event in years THE SCREEN COMES ALIVE THE REALISM IS BREATHTAKING OPENING A WHOLE NEW WORLD OF ENTER TAINMENT FOR YOU AMAZING ASTONISHING SENSATIONAL WORLD PREMIERE First Time Anywhere NEWEST FULLLENGTH FEATURE Exciting in PRICES THIS ENGAGEMENT Matinee till S P 75c Evenings Children Under 12 Yrs Anytime 5Oc All Taxes Included Continuous Shows Daily Doors Open 12 Noon 3D THRILLS RIDE THE ROLLER COASTER DODGE THE BULLETS AND DO THE LOVING TO OUR PALACE PATRONSt In keeping with our of bringing you every new movie development we are proud to be selected the first theater to present the newest full length feature in 3 Dimension produced by a major Hollywood studio 3 Dimension is an important step in new thrilling screen experiences now in store for you at the Palace Theater We are grateful for your splendid patron age and our efforts will continue for your satisfaction in motion picture entertain ment tforrina EDMOND AUDREY OBRIEN TOTTER   

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