The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 3, 1959 · Page 21
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 3, 1959
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TS:'- c^tftesasafe" a*r -tji «"*/-..< l7..J%1|?|^v; < iii.^wf,,.;, •• d The ie lets Jit MASON ;i»nyw^di ait!, - -mat up- to*Ja^ books deal with motion picturerm&King?" ' Iteaders, who make their own affl&tteui hoineKMovies frequently ask this question. Film fans also inquire about star biographies. Pefhdfcfs 'the be&t w&y to answer both- queries is to list some recent additions to' the n 5,000 reference books of the Motion Picture Academy of Arts and Sciences Library. Ask your librarian or book dealer for these: >Kehbe, Vincent J-R — "The Technique of film and television makeup" — New York — Hast tings House > — 1958. Lates makeup, methods and procedure for f both black-and-white and color processes; includes trade names, numbers and sources o materials both in the Unite States and Englandi * . *. Hughes, ftuperi,,, ed. -*• "Th Audience And The Filmmaker"-^ New York -^ Grove Press — First appearance,' of ' a new an T nual which will be devoted ex! ' cluaively • to 'the films. It includes a- questionnaire on the development of >the motion picture which is answered by such Well-known filmmakers as Kazan, Renoir and Drcyer. * * * • Curran, Charles W. — "Screen "Writing and production Techniques" — Newf York •— Hastings House'— 1958'— "The non-Technical handbodk for TV, Film and Tape." - , * * * Astaire, " Fred. — "Steps In Time." *— New York — Harper S. • andi Brothers — 1959- — An in\ _ formal biography telling of Fred *' dancing -,' and acting career in theatre, motion pictures and television* * * * Halas, John, and Manvell, Roger; — "The Technique of, Film Animation — New York —.Hastings House — 1959 — Discusses animation techniques for motion pictures and television, with examples from the United States Great Br-itan, Canada, France Italy,' Poland and' other film producing- centers. . * * , * , , Steele, Joseph Heary — "In grid' Bergman, An Intimate .Port ra it." — New York — David Mac Kay Co. — 1959 — Ingrid;Bergman's career from its beginning in Sweden's Royal Dramatic Theatre 'through the present. Mr Steele, the author, was her publicity director for nine' years' aiTd' is a close personal friend .of the •actress. * * * ... Thomas, Bob. — "Walt Disney: The. Art Of Animation." — New ifork — Simon and Schuster — 1958 — History of animation, with particular emphasis on the Disney Studio's contribution to its development^ * * * There! We've just answered a lot ?of letters all at-once. A saving in- time that we'll bank in the bunk. Of course, we could hire-; a secretary but' that takes money. Not that we have any quarrel -with money. In fact, we'd like Ho get close enough to a little loose lettuce to" quibble 'with it a bit. * * .* If you happen io be a secretary and' would care to work for a generous percentage of the money we owe and all the unpaid bills you can carry in both hands, contact us immediately. This is positively, a permanent position. The hours are'good. *Long but good, for 18 of 'em per day. Modern, million-dollar transportation to and from work is available. -The LA. Transit: Co, just bought some brand new streetcars. They'll even lei you 'bring along your own typewriter for the same fare,until ours is out of hock. .Which reminds us. that, you'll'have, to furnish a watch as tlie'tittie just ran out on our pawn ticket. We're a'promising employer, Actually, promises are pur main asset, i . * * •* * If you happen to be qualified you should be crazy to work for us. On second thought, that sentence doesn't sound just right. However, if you're not crazy LOCALS Mr and Mr« Phil fSohlhftiS h their daughter Anita Rose, Min* ftea^olis, us vasitor a week Saturday and Sunday. Rsbokah Lodgft will tnett 8 in the Moose lodge at 8 p|ft» All members are askfed to attend this first meeting summer vacation, Mxt. It»t W6lf» wa» visited iMi week Monday by her slcp-da ter and husband, Mr and L. D. Prewitt, FMrfietd, who hftd been at the Black Hills, a D. Mr and Mrt Vinccni Essft* had the tatter's brother-in-tew artd sister, Mr and Mrs Robert Hum phrey, Clarion, as callers evening last week. Mt and Mts Wallet "Pal" sen have returned from a two week vacation at Lake winne- bigosh, Minn.,, with the latter'a brotJher-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs Bill Levins. Mrs Ann Harvey and her sl«' ter Audrey Frye have been visit* ed by their uncle Loring Pickering, Boulder, Colo., and his son 'arid daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs 3, Mt and ttf* Don Hftmrnln0«*n £.nd daughters, Susan, Befe'ky and "Connie, rotuititttl Sunday from a ihrce week vacation, In Chiea$[o Don attended hn fiir lorce convention and at Philadelphia he %Uend«d' a Wfrtef conditioner faceting. They traveled, through Virginia and the New England states. At Boston, Mra Hemming- Sen mot friends whom she had rnet when attending Miss Farmer's school, MOWfifi .tohn Shuey of Prairie City rte* ceiitly expBHetteed sn incident with his powev mower. Ho was mowing his front drive when the rotor picked up n small piece of wire, shot it about 50 feet through a new screen, storm window and thr6ugh a Venetian blind and onto the kitchen table. ^jfr^frg^^^^ttfriBaiidiaaaifci^fciiiiiitnifiijiiii I'niiiii'i i""«""'i«i"ni'ii"iiu J iifa-i»_. M.I jiatiii STORAGE CABINETS, mcial, at Upper Des Molnes. Sen. Symington Speaks Sept* 25 In 6th District Sixth district Democratic con* 4ral committee set, Sept. 25 to jhear Sen. Stuart Symington (D- Mo.) H( the Legion Memorial Hall in Webster City. The committee met Monday .night in Fort Dodge, Representing this arort wore Dayid Mr antf Mrs David Yeoman, Who were wed Aug. 9, m ihe First Baptist church here, are shown above. Mrs Yeoman is ;the. former Mary Keith, daughter of Mr and Mrs Wayne Keith, Hurt, and Mr Yeoman is a son of Mr and Mrs Bernard Yeoman, Algona. Rev. Everett Black officiated at the double ring ceremony. Following a wedding'trip to the Black Hills, the newlyweds are living at Walker, la., where Mrs Yeoman teaches secpnoVgrade Mr Yeoman is employed in Cedar Rapids. (Glenn's Studio Photo-UDM Engraving). ' : ' ,• . . . \ • ; Grant Girl Is Wed Aug. 14 At Fairmont Grant' — Arlene Marie Richardson, daughter of Mr and Mrs L. C. Richardson, became the bride- of Clyde Dennis Frazier, son of Mr and Mrs Clyde Frazier;;' Welcome, 4 p.m., ;Aug. 1£ in the First Methodist church'at Fairmont, Minn.- Rev. Paul Wilkinson officiated- at the double ring ceremony. The bride's street-length dress was of white em'bossed satin. Her jewelry was a pearl necklace, a g of the bridegroom. She carried a bouquet of red roses. A'ttending the couple were M and Mrs ''• Joseph Althoff of St Paul.. . ' A reception was held .at th home of the. bride's parents foi 30 guests. Hostesses were Mrs, Raymond Johnson, Mrs Herman Go'etz and Mrs Sid Payne. -Edy- vias Richardson made the wedding cake which she also served. After a ten day wedding trap to northern Minnesota, the couple is at home at Fairmont. Mrs Frazier graduated from Grant high . school and attended a preparatory school in Omaha, and is presently -"employed in Fairmont. Mr Frazier graduated from Welcome, high school. He served three'-', the army, lie will enter -.Mahkalo State Teachers College this fall. Judy Ellen Drew became the bride of Raymond Charles Boy- nes.August- 1 in Trinity Lutheran church at Waterloo, The bride' the daughter of Mr and Mrs about the opportunity, the job will take care of this little matter, ' • * " • -.*" *. . * You, too, can become a columnist's -• "Girl- Friday" —' anc 1 , Saturday, Sunday, week - day and holidays.- There's advancement minus any advances and a chance to acquire 'experience Just don't expect any MONEY! Bridal Shower At Sw§q City Swea City — A bridal shower was held recently for Wilma Burl, daughter qf Mrs Vernon Burt, at the Methpdist church in Swea Mrs Edith Busch: was mistress of ceremonies. Mvs Franklin Kooqs, aunt of • the • bride, gave several readings,. Mrs Joe -Wer- inga led the group in games. Evelyn' Schwarta- and Mary Sykes asai§te4 Wilma with her gifts.- - J Hostesses were mesdames=Jam- es Ifpons, Clayton Roseboro of Ledy^rd, Clifford Sykes, B. '1, i c _ _ H.- K. Drevv" of Waterloo, formerly of the Swea City vicinity. Mrs Lars Skaar and,Mrs W. L Reynolds attended a meeting Monday at the Harold Krantz -home. Mr and Mrs Harley Work and grandson, Michael and Mr and Mrs Ralph Craig of Armstrong returned Aug. 15 from a trip to Douglas, Ariz. Mr and Mrs James turned .recently '. fron) a three week vacation in Califorina. The Grant, Home-makers me Wednesday afternoon, Sep.t. 2 for the first meeting of the yeai The 4-« county fair'demonstra tion team, Linda Krumwiode and Kathy Abbas, gave a demonstrations. Hostesses were Mrs Arnold McFarland and Elinor Anderson. Mr and Mrs Vernon Hutchison and Mr and'Mrs Delmer Rudolph made a« 2700' mile trip into. Onr tario, Canada and back-through the'Eastern'-States. • . Joy JDits\vortii left Wednesday to resume her teaching -.position •at the Junior high- school at Clear Lake. Sh'e has been attending summer sessions at Drake and returned hop 13 last- Friday. BURNED Six year old Tommy Juhl.of Waverly suffered severe burna about his face and arms recently when fumes from an empty gas drum ignited: The youngster apparently lighted a match to see what was An the drum and was Shirley Stenzel Of Swea City Weds Aug. 9 Swea City — Miss Shirley Ann Stenzel became the bride of Bruce E. Meyers, August 9, in Immanuel Lutheran church in Swea City. The patents are Mr.and Mrs Louis Stenzel of Swea City, anc Mr and Mrs W. M. Meyers of Buffalo Center. .Rev. Lei-Oy Pillman officated Lowell Greenfield, organist, ac companied Ronald Stenzel, broth er of the bride, who sang. Ron aid and Helen Madsen sang a du et,. and Mrs Ted Van Hove also sang. Mrs Carol Moritz attended her former classmate as matron of honor, Barbara Stenzel and Mrs Betty Elliott were their sister's .bridesmaids. Sheryl L6'ps. was junior brides maid.. ' " ""',' ',' '.'•* Patricia Schrader, cousin Of the bride, and Carolyn Meyers, niece of the groom were flower girls. Candlehghters were cousjns of the- bride, Diane Hellman and 5onna Schrader. Richard Nelson was best man or the groom. Groomsmen were Bill and Jim Meyers, brothers of he groom. Junior groomsman vas Rodney Meyers, a cousin of he .groom. The reception was held in the social hall of s the new Lutheran church. Registering the guests was Miss JoAnn Steffenson. Dining' room lostess was Mrs Moris Johnson. Vli's Johnie L'oos poured punch and Mrs Lou Ann Ramsey poured coffee. Mrs Bill Meyers and Mrs Jim Meyers^ cut and served the cake. Waitresses were Mrs Bob Geerdes, Mrs Bill Dixon, Mrs Richard Nelson, Mrs Jim Smith, and Mrs Art Larson. After a two week trip to Can ada the .couple will reside dn Buffalo Center where the groom is engaged in farming and t»h bride teaches. , Cecil Pickering, Eldora, Kalhryn Sorenson, format, teacher here now a teacher irv the Mason City schools, visited 1 various friends over the weekend, among them Esther Quinby, ba- verne Johnson and Alvina Miller. Mr end Mrs R. Douejlas and daughters, Dickens, N. D, ( visited with Mamie Winkel and Mra Bill Dodds Friday. They wore on' their way home from St. _,ouis. Mr Douglas is a nephew of Mrs Winkel. Mrs J. F. Behlmer is b«lng visited by her son, Wesley, Providence, Rhode Island. She haa also had her daughter, AOice Baltimore, Md., as guest. The third member, of the family, MaT- garet, lives at Portland, Ore, Mrs Tillie Steinman, Mrs Maty Wamwbier n*d Mr and. Mrs-Frec Gronbach. spent from Friday, til Sunday at Parkston, S. D. with Mr and Mrs Paul Nolz, Mrs Nolz is a sister of Mrs Steinman, Mra Warmfoier and Mr Gronbach,. , Mrs Inez Wolfe had as weekend guests her brother-in-law, Cecil 'Wolfe, Yakima, Wash. Other guests at dinner Sunday were^ Dr. and Mrs H. I. Torgerson, Titonka. In the afternoon all went to Clear Lake to see Mrs Alice Thompson, sister of Mr Wolfe. , , August 22 at Dubuque Sister Mary Russell James, daughter of Mr and Mrs Russell Hardgrove, received' the black veil in appropriate rites of the sisterhood, Members of her .family who at- ended were the parents and Robert, Linda, Fern, Paula, Becky, Ann and Russell Jr., and other •elatives, Mrs Robert Gillingiham, Mr and Mrs Ray Neuroth, West Bend and Mrs Ernest Jones. 'Fttzgibbons of EstnorVille, Em- "mct county chairman; Mrs L. J Hirt of Armstrong, Emmet county vice chairman, and Mrs Mor•is Berkncss of rural Armstrong, •Cossuth county vice chairman. Paul Mclliwcgc of Bopnc, new Sixth district chairman, presided over, the meeting. Ho replaces Joe Bradley of Algona who ro signed. FrU, - Sept. 4 Andy Doll fc HU 1 Sat., • Sopi. 5 Henry Gharlev And Hid Orchestra Sun., • Sept. 6 The Romantic Style Of Russ Carlyle And His Dance - Orch. Adm. $1.56 plus tax tot. $1.65 Checking lOc Mon., • Soph 7 Jules Herman And His Orch. w^S^^^ H9H ^Ws PPB - ™™f pp»ww9 l^H IPH • ^PPfl -,/m FRIDAY! ONi NIGHT ONLY! FRII SHOW No Tickets To Buy 1 !No Strings Attached! KLGA Radio FREE NIGHT I Both Features In Color 1 tTHE HAPPIEST SHOW IN TOWN! ' M-Q-M prtttftU DANNY KAYE SOL C. SIEGEL Production MERRY ANDREW h CINIMASCOM * Mff »OcaO» ce-iUrriAo PIER ANGELI „ 'BACCALONI' . NOEL PURCELU ROBERT COOTE MfiOM Matinee at 2 P.M. Sat NOW! Ends Sot. Children (under 12) 35c WALT DISNEY'S ORT tfASSACRE liillGHTY! i ^^«^ • iir"-- -/ ASAfifKE ^S0a^\f©S®^ S&i£S2l &w Also: 2 - COLOR CARTOONS - 2 Added Disney Joyl Academy Award Winner! Best Short Subject! "GRAND CANYON" Technicolor and Cinemascope DRIVE SATURDAY! ONE NIGHT ONLY! CLASP ENVELOPES, ALL SIZES at Upper Des Sunday! Ends Wed. Continuous From 1 P.M. 7H6 BATTLE PICTURE EQUAL! WITHOUT LP'GASHOME by SWIFT HOMES INC COMPLETE WITH MODERN LP-GAS APPLIANCES! * SEE US FOR OFFICIAL SWEEPSTAKES ENTRY BLANKS THERMOGAS CO. OF ALGONA RK HILL A Sergeant's Dilemma...' J»N A Captain's ^ > Nightmare... {C^.A General # '• *^ Riot! nsuta» .®1RP^{ ffliWiS;: PHYLLIS KIRK-PETER LORREJ vJOE MANTELL-GENE EVANS f -S'.'V.vv-VS::**/ - CO-FEATURE - BRIAN KEITH EXTRA ! MIDNITE SHOW ! STAY OVER! AT NO EXTRA COST! SEE THREE FEATURES! The TV Star of "Have Gun Will Travel' DRIVE SUNDAY! FOR 3 DAYS! GREGORY ™ § MikT'Chrisl-5 Koons , oons, Ralph^ Walker,, an ?i^T 1! ;,->^'4^^»-' , ota, Donal and Bert caught by the sudden flame. 100th Mrs Delia Claver, Murray correspondent to the, Osceola Sentinel for more than 50 years recently had the honor of making the "first cut" of the mammoth birthday cake served at the opei .house celebrating thai, paper: 100th birthday. It was the largest caks JHni Ball of the Clarko 'County Bakery 'had won baked served in Osceola. IF»JT'S Stock Car Racing Sunday and Monday AT WRIGHT COUNTY RACEWAYS Given Away ALSO FREE FIREWORKS DISPLAY!! ACADEMY AWARD; WINNER »HM»«rtlw« to TECHNICOLOR* and TECHNIRAMA* - PLUS CO-FEATURI- Re sure Jo attend the Mgi w$efcan*fe pi sto ck carraces -*$>,pOO'.Pw«fer".$undciy & M-»M«7f. Sept. 6th» and-7th, Don't miss'tfte hundreds ofi dollars in»prii«6wto be given away Sunday night, -'— — : ^ u , fire works 5! ' , , . - • . JsJ, Highways §9 & 3

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