The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota on December 13, 1958 · Page 17
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METAMORPHOSIS —. "What a dog I" was the comment of one spectator when he v^atched Do«dy Heath playing Miep, the Dutch underground girl in the film "Diary of Anne Fr.anK." What he saw;is shown at left, above, so maybe his ungallant crack is understandable. That's the "Dreary" Dody. But she's actually "Delicious Dody" as photo at right, shows. Her only fear now is that she'll be typed for "dreary" roles. 11 Churches to Have Choirs on Radio, TV Eleven Austin church choirs will be heard on Austin radio and television this year. The choirs of First Methodist and Congregational churches will be heard both on radio and television while the Our Savour's Lutheran Church group will appear only on television. The choirs will sing half - hour cession on Kaus beginning at 6:30 p.m. Christmas day. The First Baptist group will open at 6:30 with others following at these times: : ' St. Augustine, 7 p.m.; Christ Episcopal, 7:30; First Methodist, »; Fellowship Methodist, 1:30; First -Congregational, 9; Church •f Christ, 9:30; St. Olaf Lutheran, 10; Faith EUB, 10:30 and Westminster Presbyterian, 11. The Westminster • Presbyterian choir will appear on Kromt at 8:30 p.m. Sunday while the First Methodist group will sing on Kmmt at «:30 p.m. Wednesday. Appearance time of Our Savours has not yet been arranged. HALCYON DAYS Halcyons, or kingfishers, were •upposed to nest at sea about the winter solstice and calm the waves; hence halcyon days are the most peaceful or best days. 30 Network Programs Have Season Theme By CHARLES MERCER NEW YORK (AP)— A tally of network television programs reveals at least 30 with Christmas themes In the coming fortnight— and many others will stress the spirit of the season. But not everything worth viewing in the next; seven days will be concerned with Christmas. Here are some of the network programs you can see with a twist of the wrist. Today there will be pro football on CBS with the Chicago Cardinals meeting the Pittsburgh Steelers. The first annual Blue Grass Bowl football game over ABC, brings together Florida State and Oklahoma State. In college basketball, the St. Louis Billi- kins play the Kentucky .Wildcats on NBC. Women's major league bowling is scheduled from Coral Gables, Fla., over NBC. TINY VISITOR — Tom Thumb — in the person of actor Russ Tamblyn—visited Minneapolis, and a composite photograph allowed his 5'/2 inch figure to perch atop a street sign. Tamblyn stopped off on a coast-to- coast tour promoting his new movie, "Tom Thumb." (NEA Telephoto) Gaod Day Sunday, as so frequently, is a day of distinguished programming. In another Conquest program (CBS), Eric Sevareid narrates two scientific developments: A chemical that wars on cancer cells, and efforts to predict earthquakes. NBC's Hallmark Hall of Fame presents "The Christmas Tree" by Helen Deutsch, an hour of varied entertainment with such performers as Cyril Richard, Carol Charming, Tom Poston, Ralph Bellamy, Jessica Tandy. On Monday Voice of, Firestone offers a "Salute to Tchaikovsky" on ABC with the ballet Russe de Monte Carlo, pianist Eugene List, violinist Oscar Shumsky and operatic star Mildred Miller. CBS News Report Tuesday comes the second annual report on "Where We Stand" by CBS News. A comparison of our relative status with the Soviet Union. Wednesday, Helen Hayes stars in "One Red Rose for Christmas" on U.S. Steel Hour over CBS. Thursday, an adaptation of the Broadway success, "The Hasty Heart," will be presented as Du Pont Show of the Month on CBS. Friday, Your Hit Parade (CBS) presents a special Christmas program featuring guests Snooky Lanson, Russell Arms and Eileen Wilson. Oliver to Star in90-Minute Maugham Play Stf LaifenceTblivliM 1 will star in a 90-minWt* television dramaliza* Won of W. Somefttet "M>ugham's "the Moon and Sfit4»etiee" on NBC-TV. Rehearsal of the play based on the life-of French artist Paul Gauguint>as already begun with AUSTIN (Mhrt,) HWAtft, SATURDAY, DCCEMBEft SIR LAWRENCE OLIVIER Judith Anderson and Hume Cronyn joining the versatile British actor iii starring roles, but presentation date has not been announced. :•• The play will be produced by David Susskind of Talent Assotiar tes Ltd. and will be directed by Robert Mulligan from a script by Don Makiewlcz. The NBC announcement came as a surprise since Susskind had said earlier that be had asked Olivier to star in the same drama on DuPont Show of the Month for CBS. 'Showcase' to Give 'Buccaneer' Review Mr. and Mrs. C. Burgeson, Austin, attended a preview of "The Buccaneer" at Minneapolis Thursday night. He will review the film, which will be coming to Austin soon, in next week's "Showcase." Preceding this the review, editors at a dinner heard a broadcast from Cecil B. DeMiHe'in Hollywood. Morris Steinman, St. Paul, was in charge of arrangements fop the press party and preview at the RKO Pan. New York Turns Armory to Theater NEW YORK WI — One of New York's landmarks, the 'turfeted Seventh Regiment Armory, is the .theater's latest haven; A new producing group plans to present weekend performances in an Armory hall which .'has been fitted with a stage and seats for 225 spectators. The -first program planned is a double bill of short works by William Butler Yeats. .^Ui^^j ."...„,, ..'."!•.. ...... -.-"-.«•». 111BIBL I Network Television • Wednesday, December f 7 .„ 6VOJ t.m. S— David Ston* S, 10— Continental Clow- MOW . " • 4 ^"00 ttft 4— Slearretd 5, to— today S.OO f.m. i, 4— Copt. Rangaroe S. 10— TodO> 8/43 «.«. J— Newt 9.00 ».m. J, 4— for tovt or Money 16— Dtfagh He Ml 9. - '0 *.m 3, 4— PU> Hunch S, 10— Treasure Hunt 10.-00 ,.m. 3, 4, i— Godfrey S, 10— Price Is Right 6— Bill Hickok 10.30 ».m 3, 4, (—Top Dollar S. 10— Concentration 6— This Is Answer 11. -00 ».m t, 1C— Tie <a< oough 3, 4, (—Love ot Life 6 — Dor- in Court 11:30 a.m. 1, 10— Could te You (C) 3. 4, 1— Search «— Peter Haves 11:45 a.m. •—film Review. 72:00 m t—fUm t. 4— «wdina UaM 4, 5-Newi Woather •—Hand •Arts 12:20 p.m. *— Tnasutt Chest 12:30 p.m I. 4— As World Turns S, 10— Sports *age *— Mothers Day •— ftancN "arty ' •" f\ft l.-OO p.m. f. 10— Truth or Consequence (C) 3. 4, (—Jimmy Dean «— Llberaco 1. 30 p.m. S, 10— Hoggut Baggus (C) J, 1 — House Party 4 — tinkictti" 6— Newt, Weather, Clubs 1:40 p.m 6— Mptlnee 2.170 p.m J, 4. i-0ta Payof* $, 10— today It 6uti 6— Music Bingo 2 lj|/J /| jH* 1 7V p«r/»-. 1, 4, 1— Verdict tftcn S, 10— From these Roots t— Chorlet Rove* 3MO p.ttt. 3, 4, »— Brighter Day S. 10— Queer, tor Day •—Beat Clock 3:1 S p.m. 3, 4, t— Secret Itorm 3:30 PM 3, 4, B— tdgc at KligM S, 10— County Fair •—Who Do »o» trust 4.-00 p.m. I— Show 5— Margia • ••-•• *' . 1 — Royal Playhouse IA__fcrhAt*c Umm - iw~~Tiiiof » new 4:30 p.m. 4— Axel ft Oog S— Lost at Mohicans . (—film 10 — Hand Arts X00 p.m. 1— Club 'House 4— Woody Woodpecker 5— Robin Hood (—Big picture 10— Casav Jane* 5:30 p.m. 4— Popeye a— Mickey Mouse Cle» ( — Texas Rangers 10— Jeff s Collie 6.00 t>.m. 3, 4, 5, (, 10— New*, Weather. Spo'ti 4— Weatherman 6:75 p.m. 4, (—News 6— Don Goddard 10— NBC News 6:20 p.m. S^Tou Shout. Know 6:30 (>.m J— Barfs .• Club House , 4— Rescue 1 S, 10— Wo«on Train tV-Utwrtnee Welk (—Grey tihost 7:00 p.m. 3— Col. FJOck 4— Pursuit I— Zorra 7:30 p.m. J— Silent Service S, 10— Price Is Right (C) ' «, I— Oz±l f C Harriot , 8.-00 p.m. 3, 4, (— MilHonalre S, 10— Milton Berte (O t— Donna Reed 8:30 p.m. 3, 4— Got Secret ' ' *— Day In Cowit B^» -Ssa Hunt S, 10— Bat Masterson . 8:45 p.m •—Sport Tips 9:00 p.m. ••', 3, 4— Steel Hour S— Your Lit* 6, (— Fights 10— New York Confidential 9:30 pj*. S— Flight 10— Tugboat -Annie 10:00 p.m. 3, 4, 5, », t-lNewt, Weather. Sports 10:15 p.m. •—John Daly 10:20 p.m. 1 — Perry Mason 10:30 p.m. 3— City Detective S — District Attorney 4 — P'ayhouse 6— Hour of Stan 10 — jpclc Poor Show 70:50 p.m. (—Charlie Chan 1 1 .-00 p.m. 4— Playhouse S— Jack Paar Shew 72:00 p.m. S— News PRODUCTION ASSISTANTS Christie Logan, Patti Parsons and Sue Shapely (left to right) show how to punch your way out of a paper bag on NBC-TV's "County Fair." BRIGHT CHRISTMAS Aclow with Ootertal CHRISTMAS LIGHTING —^•"^=«i*SHH^^ pw ~~"^ 6 — 7 % Chrirtm., T«. Bmi." 4 R.II. Christmas '***' ' 5e ' N * W * ••» THIS WiEK's' 2 "Cnorm" 7-Ught Priced Reduced U/K » " '» What a Valwt. G«t Your, Nowl Tl>t Start That Gtvet With Cifu You'll «k» dworation* «u»d ««r priet*. Mok. our tHirt VW Vult h«idqu«rf«r., AUSTIN DRUG OPIN IVIRY NITE Till. 10, INCIUDINO SUN. St. Pawl «M Water St. Ph. Hi 3-2105

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