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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 18, 1956, Mason City, Iowa                                At Your Theaters Lost Wagon SpellBinder of Old West Last western drama told in CinemaScope and color opens Friday at the Palace It is a spellbinder group of desperate Theater about a pioneers whose last resort for sur vival is to trust a man charged with murder to be a guide through Indian territory Based on a story by Gwen Bagni Gielgud The Last Wagon1 is about all that remains after an Indian ambush on a wagon THEATERS AT A GLANCE CECIL Showdown at Abilene now show in e Best Things in Life Ar Free closes Thursday The Las Wagon starts Friday Force and The Fight in Ray Stricklyn Nick Adams nd George The film eals with a study of conflicting personalities Jock Mahoney in the second itarring role of his career ihares top billing Martha Hyer and Lyle Bettger in down at Technicolor outdoor drama at the Cecil Thea er The stunt man who became famous on television as The Range Rider before turning to movies plays a frontier sheriff who prefers to use his fists in stead of his guns He finally has to display his prowess at gun play in an exciting climax An actionpacked film The Fighting opens Friday at the Strand Theater A strong trio of stars James Cagney Pat OBrien and Dennis Morgan head the bright array of personalities Task Force is the cofeature a thrilling story of naval aviation with emphasis on the aircraft carriers Gary Cooper is the star Teenage Crime Wave PRETTY CANDIDATES They havent declared their but these Uni versity of Iowa coeds will be candidates in an election which will hold the campus spotlight next week The girls left to right Barbara Boehmler Hampton Cheryl Johnson Riceville and Sandra Levinson Mason City are vieing for the title Miss in a field of 26 coeds nominated by womens housing units The queen will be crowned during a dance Oct 26 lish Bill Williams and Beaumont World Without a sensa tional CinemaScope production dealing with the world as it may be six centuries from now opens Friday at the Lake Theater Hugh Marlowe and Nancy Gates head the cast Raw Edge is the cofeature a Technicolor out door drama starring Rory Cal houn and Yvonne De Carlo Hugh Ariys Thompson Is Named LeRoy Queen LeROY Thomp son of Ostrander was crowned queen of the LeRoy High School homecoming Her attendants svere Mary Seese and Joan Han son escorts were Navette Hutch ins and Mary Iverson 20TH ANNIVERSARY GLENV1LLE and Mrs Art Randall were honorec at a surprise party on their 20th wedding anniversary SMlTKTlCESIGNS Town Council ac cepted the resignation 01 a police officer Bill Smith who resigned because of ill health Oct 18 GtoWGucllc Cttj The and BEST fat Town Try TMtoy Flameburger Bus Depot iOth open Friday BAND BOX Teenage Crime Wave Square Jungle and Hells now showing Bad Seed closes Thurs day World Without End and Edge open Friday Raw Golden Wedding Glub Hears Mrs B Talle KIESTER Golden Wedding Jubilee Club of North Iowa and southern Minnesota was entertained by Mr and Mrs B Talle who showed colored slides Europe Through a Cam eras Pastor Howard C Gravrock led community singing A skit was given by J W Heinselman Clear Lake A quartet sang several selections Si C James Meservey was named president L E Schwier ger Dows vice president Nate Miller Clear Lake secretary treasurer and Sunshine Club chairman Mrs Charles Ransom Clear Lake The next meeting will be Jan 10 at Clear Lake Members are couples who have been married 50 years or longer No School Friday at Eagle Grove Teachers to Meet EAGLE will dismiss at 3 p m Friday to per mit the faculty to attend the first of four regular education meet ings held at the local level dur ing the year Dr E C Johnson will be the main speaker at this first meeting Glen Pinkham of he speech department is presi dent Miss Lois Smith vice pres ident and Miss Kathryn Aden secretarytreasurer Minnie Grove Tells Benefits of RNA MYRTLE Minn The Myrtle Camp of the Royal Neighbors of America ta in ed in the Alben Rayman home Minnie Grove state RNA supervisor Moorehead spoke briefly on RNA benefits The group dis cussed the RNA old peoples home and decided to send sheets and cookies there The meeting was conducted by Mrs Emil Hajek with the recorder Mrs George Hajek and the treasurer Mary Ann Sistek re porting from their departments V Thompson Is President of Art Teachers EAGLE son art instructor in the Eagle Grove schools was named presi dent of the Art Educators o Iowa at their meeting held in Dubuque He will serve as chair man of that group for two years Thompson had a part in the pro gram demonstrating prints and printing techniques Neighbors Join Search for Tot Found Unharmed LITTLE old fa party line and the quick esponse of friends and neigh ors undoubtedly saved Gary Jem man 2Vz son of Mr and Airs Sylvester Hemman from a ery uncomfortable and possibly dangerous night in the open The family who live a few rods rom the Little Cedar River missed him in the evening After searching the farm and going to he neighbors Hemman drove to Lattle Cedar where a general ring vas given out asking for help to find the little In a matter of minutes about 35 neighbors were searching for lim Two of the searchers found him trudging along in a cornfield unharmed train in Arizona during the 1870s Richard Widmark and Felicia Farr are the stars As Commanche a white man raised by the Indians Widmark is first seen as a sher iffs prisoner charged with mur der When the law officer is killed in the ambush Widmark seizes the chance to prove his innocence by leading the small group of settlers through the dangers and hardships of moving west The William B Hawks produc tion also boasts a strong support ing cast headed by Tommy Ret tig Susan Kohner Stephanie Grif is showing at the Band Box Theater a story of young hoodlums Square Jungle is cofeatured vith Tony Curtis Pat Crowley and Ernest Borgnine It is a story of a boy who slugged his vay up from the gutter Hells Horizon is the third feature starring John Ireland Maria Eng DANCE AT THE HIDDEN INN Manly la DANCING EVERY NIGHT DELICIOUS DINNERS and Sandwiches Air Conditioned for Your Comfort DANCE MANLY IOWA SATURDAY OCT 20 MUSIC BY BOBBY THOMPSEN 50c Before OCT 19th 3rd Heat of Corn Sheiiing Contest LEO GRECO and PIONEERS OCT 20th Midwests Finest Dance Band JULES HERMAN And His Orchestra COMING OCT 27th Decca Recording Artists THE FABULOUS FOUR ACES Also AL NOYCE AND ORCH FREE WEDDING DANCE At Frontier Ballroom 725 NORTH KENTUCKY MASON CITY I Friday Night Oct 19 Honoring Mr Mrs Donald Clausen Mason City MUSIC BY THE GLENN RiGGINS ORCHESTRA All Seats 65c NOW FEATURES All Action Packed More than soldiers died from exposure illness and priva tion during Gen George Wash ingtons Revolutionary war en campment at Forge Cleaners Sold at New Hampton NEW Buelow owner of Buelows Cleaners has sold his establishment to Mr and Mrs Don Shaffer Pocahontas who have taken possession PTA Sponsors Breakfast Series VENTURA Ventura Parents anil Teachers Association spon sored a series of get acquainted breakfasts with the best attend ance of parents going to the sec ond grade who had 36 present The first regular PTA meeting of the year will be Monday at in the music room at Ventura School Eileen Nooman Iowa State Teachers College Ce The Bad Seed FRIDAY SATURDAY Maffnec Saturday 2 F M Rory Calhoun Yvonne DcCarlo EDGE In technicolor PLUS Hnph Gales WORLD WITHOUT Cinemascope Color dar Falls will speak on Read ing for OPEN HOUSE and Mrs Al bert Schmidt will hold open house Sunday from 2 to 5 in ob servance of their 40th wedding anniversary The event will be at the Evangelical and Reformed church parlors No invitations are being sent Central Conference Held at Bethlehem Church at Manly of the Bethle hen Lutheran Church were hos tesses to the Central Conference here Wednesday Mrs H A Nue man president of the Iowa Wo men of the Church Mrs M 0 Alborn Mrs V R MaCue Mrs W W Hedges and Mrs E L Sersland took part in the pro gram Officers in charge are Mrs E E Broderson chairman Mrs Ernest Bonker cochairman and Mrs Tom Murphy secretary AFTER THE SHOW OR BOWLING stop in ior PIZZA Charcoal Broiled STEAKS SEA FOODS DANCING ENTERTAINMENT EVERY NIGHT MASSES SUPPER CLUB 209 So Federal Always 5Qc and Open 6 P Friday Shows Start 1 Y 2 GREAT ACTION HITS No 3 YOUNG HOODLUMS TEEN AGE CRIME WAVE Hits the Screen in Shock Waves NO 2 RING ACTION SQUARE JUNGLE TONY CURTIS in liruismjf Excitement Also Color Cartoon NO 3 AIR THRILLS HELLS HORIZON SCREAMING JETS OVER YALU RIVER Also Color Cartoon CONTINUOUS SHOWING STARTS DAILY 1 P M PALACE ROCK N ROLL SHOW The FRIDAY AT P M The Lids Off Alt Seats 65c So Cmon All You Rockn Roll Guys And Dolls Rockin and Rollin Starts Early Be Here Friday at P M Your Favorites Are Back Again ALSO DANCE BAND DATE COLOR CARTOON PROFIT BY USING THE GLOBEGAZETTE WANT ADSI1 CHICKEN SUPPER women of the First Methodist Church in Gar ner will serve a chicken biscuit supper at the church parlors be ginning at 5 Oct 25 IF YOU DON T YOUR VOTE CANT NOW 50c TIL 6Sc KIDDIES 15c NEITHER A WOMANS NOR A KILLERS REPUTATION could make up hls badge bullets Youll Find Both Always At The CLUB 13154th St S W Dont Forget SMORGASBORD TONIGHT THURSDAY P M to P M FRY to P M MORE DAYS BEFORE REGISTRATION CLOSES FOE MORE INFORMATION CALL TELEPHONE 266 NOTICE We Will Be CLOSED Temporarily On SUNDAYS Beginning Sunday October 21 Open Aa Usual Monday Thru Saturday LEONAS DINER 31 First St S W but now the Great Range blczed in al and only guns could keep the peace PREVIEW TONIGHT THURSDAY We Sneak Only The Best You See Best Things In Life Are Free and Sneak AT NO EXTRA COST 50c til 51 Eves MO Children Under li 0e Last Wagon Starts F R L CARTOON TREAT NO EXTRA COST ONE FULL HOUR OF CARTOONS BEFORE REGULAR SHOW STARTS NOON TIL P M Come at 12 Noon See Hour Long Cartoon Show Stay for THE LAST WAGON All For The Price Of One Regular Admission Children Under Adults 50c Cartoon Treat Saturday Only At Noon Last Wagon Starts F R I NOTHING COULD STOP IT FROM COMING THROUGH Neither Indian Ambush Apache Hell Nor the Can yon of Death You lived in it you fought in it you loved in it and sometimes you died in it FOX present PLUS CARTOON NOVELTY NEWS Jock MAHONEY Martha HYER Lyle BETTGER ttDAVID JANSSEN GRANT WILLIAMS TED de CORSIA UnctM br CHARIES HAAS BERNE GHER Prated b HMUU IKSMOTWI BMK Richard Widmark The Last ClNEMASc cocoa by DCIUXK Long Cartoon Show 12 til 1 P Extra   

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