The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota on January 3, 1959 · Page 15
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The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota · Page 15

Austin, Minnesota
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Saturday, January 3, 1959
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AUSTIN (Mirth.) HERALD, SATURDAY, JANUARY 3, 1959-3 Helmet of St. George (Mrs. A. C. Wohlrabe) is adjusted by shepherd (Mary McCorkindale). The Reluctant Dragon to Show Here Jan. 10 A day of thrills and fantasy will be provided Austin youth when the Junior League of Minneapolis brings the production, "The Reluctant Dragon" here for two matinee performances Saturday, Jan. 10. A chartered bus with some 35 cast members and production staff will come here to present the richly-costumed children's play. Curtain time for the two performances will be 10:30 a.m. and 2 p.m. in the Austin High School Auditorium. The Austin branch of the American Association of University Women is sponsoring the production which has been presented by the Minneapolis Junior League to several young and enthusiastic audiences in the Twin Cities. Tickets will be sold through the grade schools. Mothers of pre-schoolers may contact Mrs. Merrill Rolfson for tickets which will also be available at the door. TV Calendar of Sports ABOUT TO BREATHE fire Is the reluctant dragon, played by Mrs. Clifford Ashmun, Jr., of Minneapolis Junior League. The production is under direction of Don Stoltz. The Reluctant Dragon will be played by Mrs. Clifford Ashmun. Twenty other Junior League members are in the cast. Adults as well as children are invited to attend. The cast will bring with them an instrumental trio for background music. SUNDAY, JAN. 4 12:45 p.m. 4—Bowlerama 1:30 p.m. 5, S^TBA Basketball (Mpls. - Phil.) WEDNESDAY, JAN. 7 9:00 p.m. 6, 8—Fights. FRIDAY, JAN. 9 9:00 5, 10—Cavalcade of Sports SATURDAY, JAN. 10 2:00 p.m. 5—College Basketball 3:20 p.m. 3, 4, 10—Big 10 Basketball (Mich.-Ohio) 4:00 p.m. 5—Women's Bowling 5:00 p.m. 6 — All Star Goli 5:30 p.m. 4, 10—Champ Bowling AN 'UNWASHED' ITALIAN STAR Pizza P/e. Out From Mold of Brigitte Bardot Coming By ERSKINE JOHNSON HOLLYWOOD — Exclusively yours: A pizza pie cut from the Brigitte Bardot mold? Well, with Sophia Loren soap- washed, tamed and domesticated In "Houseboat" and eye - weary audiences losing their glow for Bardot, maybe Italy's unveiling — and that's the word — of a new "unwashed" glamour doll will liven things up in '59. JOHN TORSYTHE tipped me off about 20-year-old Roseano Schiaffino, a tall (5 foot, 9 and leggy Roman beauty with whom he costarred to "The Avenger," remake of. the 1924 Rudolph Valentino film, "The Black Eagle.' Just back from Yugoslavia, where the picture was made with French, Italian and British money by Hollywood'* William Dieterie, Forsythe beamed about the unmarried Roseano: "I think she'll be a sensation. She's the unwashed sex type, like Brigitte, but with a magnetic personality. She's out in front like Jane Russell and," he chuckled, "out in back, too. She doesn't shed her clothes in the film as fast or as often as Brigitte, but she's well revealed." THE FILM, in which Forsythe, the "3-:.' • br Frthcr" :; _ . -3 the Valentino role, is about Russia in 1830 and a young Russian avenging his father's death. "It's a tragedy," says John, "with a happy ending — sort of Russian western." No, he didn't find the language barrier a handicap for his love scenes with Roseano, whose voice will be dubbed for the English version. "Just a momentary hesitation," he laughed. PIPER LAURIE is getting lots of long distance phone calls again from Aly Khan, who will be visiting Hollywood soon. . , . Hollywood is on a guessing spree over the true identity of "Nicholas Sonnenberg," the movie producer central figure to a forthcoming novel, "The Shattering of the Image," by onetime film writer Richard Hubler. Hubler points to "the *orld of Hollywood as it once was — and is no more" to his book, but he says, "There is no producer like Sonnenberg — but all producers are Sonnenberg." IN "LET'S BE different" moods, producers of western movies are coming up with so many gimmicks that, I suspect, a Fifth Ave. bus may yet double for a stagecoach. Jeff Chandler just started one titled "The Jayhawkers' which he says is a "sophisticated western." HoUywoodites are talking about: Comedian Jay Lawrence's line about the way things are going with the floor shows In Las Vegas. "Pretty soon," says Jay, "the girls will be wearing just two - piece costumes — spats". . .The "For Sale" sign on the home of Guy Madison and his wife Sheila. They're separated, but still no divorce or reconciliation talk. . . Bob Wagner warb'Hs P—i songs to Bing Crosby's four in "Say One for Me." Final cost of that 30 - minute chrr:--; race in 'Ten Hur" — Si,200,000. . .Donald O'Connor saying he stopped beside an overturned sports car and asked "Anyone hurt?" "No accident," replied the driver. "I'm just changing a tire." TENNIS CHAMP Althea Gibson making her film debut with John Payne and Bill Holden to "The Horse Soldiers" — a young mammy for leading lady Connie Towers. . .Las Vegas version of rock 'n' roll: Diamonds and a wad of bills. . .That sign in a Hollywood diner: "Sputnik Sandwiches — Baloney on Russian Rye." • Network Television I Monday, January 5 (C) Means Program li m Colot 6.05 a.m. 5— -David Stone 6:30 ».tn. J, 10 — Conlinontol Cldtt- room 7/00 a.m. 4 — Siegfried S, 10— Today 8:00 a.m t, 4 — Cqpt. Kangaroo 8-45 a m Oi*U QtT/t, r~-~ NCWJ 4 — Or. Toungdahl 9/00 t.m 1, 4 — for Love or Monty S, 10— Dough Re Ml 9 .3f\ _ -., . ?(/ 4 m. 3. 4, 8— Godfrey 5, 10 — Treasure Hunt 10:00 a.m. If 4, 8 — 1 tove Lucy 5, 10 — Price |» Right 70:50 «.rw. I. 4, 8- .T 0 p Collar i, 10 — Concentration S— Herald of Truth il -00 a.m. 1. 4, 8 — Love of Life i, 10 — Tie Tot Dough i— Music Bingo 11.30 a.m. If 4, 8— Search i, 10 — Could B« You 1 — "erer Hayes 11:45 a.m. >/ 4 — Guiding Light 1 — Country <tvl* 72-00 m L 4, S, S. 10— News Wcathtr —Film Review 12:15 p.m. 0— Channel 10 Calling 72:20 p.m. '• — Treasure Chest 72/30 t.m , 4— World Turni — Play Hunch — Ton Plays 0— 'Brevities 7:00 p.m. , 4, 8 — Jimmy Dean , 10— T'uth or Consequences (C) •— Liberaco 7.-30 p.m. i 8— House Party — Linklotter 10- Hofjge p > Baggli ft) —News Weather. Club Notes 7:40 p.m. 6 — Matineo *>'(M\ A 3, 8— Big Payoff 4 — Merrlman Show S, 10— Today Is Ours 6 — Day In Court 2:30 p.m. 3, 4, 1 — Verdlc* Yours S 10 — from T hese Roofs 6— How to Marry Millionaire 3:00 p.m. 3, 4, 8— Brighter Day 5, 10— Queen for Day 6— Beat Clock 3:75 p.m. 3, 4, 8— Secret Storm 3/30 p.m. 3, «, 8— Edge of Night 5, 10— County Fol« 6 — Who Do Vou Trusl 4:00 t>.m 3— Show 4— Around Town 5 — Morg/i <• 6— Am. Bandstand 8 — Counterpoint 10— What-? New 4:30 p.m. 4— Commodore Cappy 5 — Last of Mohicans 8— Film 10— Ten for Survival 5.-00 t>.m. 3— Club House _f Axel ond Doo S — Robin Hood 8— Last of Mohicans 10— Jungle Jitr 5:30 p.m. 3— Time for Teens 4 — Popeyt 6— M-ckev Mous* Club 8 — Adventure 10— Music Tlm« 5:45 p.m. 3— News S— NBC News 10 — Lodney Tunes 6:00 p.m. 3, 4, 5, 8, 10— News Weather Sports 6 — Weather 6:75 p.m. £ — Don Goddard 10 — NBC News 6:20 ti.m. 5— Should Know 6:30 p.m. 3, 4, 8— Name tun« S— Tic Toe Dough 6— Woody Woodpecker 10 — Sherlock Holmes 7:00 p.m. 3~ Whiriybirat 4, 8 — The Texan S. 10 — Restless Gun 6— Thli Is Alice 7:30 p.m. 3, 4, * — farhcf Knows Best 5 10— Tales of Wells Fargo &~ Bold Journey 8.-00 ti.m. 3. 4. 8— Danny Thomas 6 — Voice of Firestone S, !<>— Pete 6un» S i3f\ ~ ff. . j\j u.m. 3. 4, J— Ann Sothcm 5, 10 — Goodyear Theator 6— Dr. I, Q, 9:00 p.m. 3 — Highway Patrol 4 — Denlu Playhouse S, 10— Arthur Murray 6 — Patti Paga 8— —Ford Show 9:30 p.m. J— Sheriff or Ccchlw 5— Highway Patrol 6— Target 8 — Groucho 10— Afr-ron Patrol 70:00 p.m. 3, 4, 5, 6, 8. 10— Newt Weathei Sports 70/75 p.m. t— John Daly 70:20 p.m. 8 — Lawman 70:30 p.m. 3— Dr. Christian 4 — Vcnguard 5— Badgo 714 6— Hour ot Stan 10— Jock Poor Show 7050 p.m. •—San Francisco Beat 77:00 p.m. J — News 4 — Playhouse 5— Joeli »aor Shm* 8 — Sin Francisco Beat 77:20 p.m. 8 — Bengal Lancers 72:00 m S— News In the Record World Patti Page could have a big one •with "Under the Sun Valley Moon" on Mercury. Others: "My Happiness" (Connie Francis, MGM); "Aba-Daba Honeymoon" (Debbie Reynolds, Dot); "First Anniversary" (Cathy Carr, Roulette); "Love Eyes" (Alan Dale, MGM); "Uncertain" (Billy Graves, Monument); "One More River to Cross" (Al Kasha, WB); "Never Before" (Morty Craft, MGM). Broadway shows on albums — Rodgers and Hammerstein's disappointing "Flower Drum Song" still makes good listening on the new Columbia album, with the original cast in good voice; another Columbia album has the TV version of the Broadway hit, "Wonderful Town," and this one stands up well, with Rosalind Russell and Jacquelyn McKeever outstanding; "Goldilocks," another., disappointing Broadway show, has some light moments in the Columbia album, featuring Don Ameche, Elaine Stritch and Pat Stanley. If Santa Claus was good to you, and gave you stereophonic equipment, you might start with a new Rondo Stereophonic disc, which has a good version of Bach's Brandenburg Concert!, Nos. 3 and 4, by the Philharmonic Orchestra of Hamburg. Wrong Number, Not Obituary for Santa DAYTON, Ohio UP) — Officials of station WHIO-TV are hurriedly assuring area youngsters that Santa Claus is not dead. Apparently a lot of the small fry got the numbers mixed up when a program provided a tele- • phone number for getting in touch with Santa. A funeral home reported about 50 calls. "I've gotten Mom trained — She always gets my supplies from AUSTIN DRUG." Yes, u's the little people's choice fof their nursery sup~ phei! We Have A Complete Line BABY SUPPLIES • Baby Foods • Baby Bottles • Baby Vitamins • Vaporizers • Baby Clothes • Sterilizers BUY BABY FOOD BY THE CASK AN SAVE MONEY! AUSTIN DRUG St. Paul at Water St. Ph. HE 3-2105

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