The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 10, 1955 · Page 19
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 19

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 10, 1955
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WHERE TO GO WHATTOllb '. '•.' i ''>••:" . . - .J ••(••.'. ^^^^v.«... ^^H^':'- • Movie Operetta Here Today Wilbert Huhnke Music groups from all over ihe couhty have been especially invited by personal letter lo see "Rose Marie," Ihe celebrated operetta which plays today (Thursday), one day only at the Algbtta theater. The showing of the pie- lure in Algona is somewhat in ihe nature of an experiment, as "class" musicals are usually not too successful in smaller cities, Thus if "Rose Marie" is well supported, other musical pictures of this type will be booked for Algona, according to pick Phillips, manager. Ann Blyth and Fernando Lamas, above, are two of ihe principals of the -cast. Howard Keel is a co-star, and Bert Lahr and Marjorie Main are also featured. The musical classic is filmed in iechni-. color and CinemaScope, against the eye-filling backgrounds of Canada's Jasper National Park. Among the famous songs featured are "Indian Love Call," "Rose Marie," "Song of ihe Mounties," "Free to be Free/' "Love and Kisses," and many others. Brings $304 Acre The quarter section which was part of the John E: Farrell estate sold last week at auction for $304 at Elmore, and the 80 acres also sold for a smaller figure per acre. .Ct<lwell Bros, were the auctioneers. ADVERTISING in me Algont Upper Des Moines readies more families in Kossuth county -than my other publication Career Day For County Pupils Nov. 14 At Titonka The juniors and seniors of the public high schools of Kossuth County will attend their third annual Career Day which will be held a)> Titonka Monday, Nov. 14. This event is sponsored by the Kossuth County School Masters each year and is conducted So that the juniors and seniors will Dena K| Kohlhaas have an opportunity to discuss various trades and occupations with people who are engaged in the field and can help the young people in their choice of a lifetime occupation. There will be thirty-two people from various parts of the state present to discuss the various aspects of the vocational fields. About 400 students will be in attendance' for this day. The program will start with an ANOTHER FIRST FOR THE Algona • Upper Des Moinesl For the first time in weekly newspapers in this area, ihe UDM this week starts an entertainment page, which will be a regular weekly feature. ' * In addition, the Algona Theatre each week will be giving away a free ticket to each of six persons whose names appear someplace on this page, today. LOOK FOR YOUR NAME I Tickets will be good for the show, ''Count Three and Pray." Rebecca Lowman PANCAKE SUPPER! Serving Starts at 5 P.M. at the DOAN METHODIST CHURCH Thursday, Nov. 17 PANCAKES, SAUSAGE, PIE, COFFEE Adults: 75c Children: 40c Sponsored by Methodist Men address by Dr. Ray Bryan, IJeac of the Department of Vocational Education, of Iowa State College and after this general Session the students will attend four conferences on different vocations oi their choice. There will be representatives from eight colleges present tc answer questions of students wishing to attend college ( All public high schools ol Kossuth County will be present except Algona which attends a similar day at Eagle Grove each year sponsored by the North Central Conference. • Joins WAG Corps Wesley—Donna Mae Kinnard, 18 year-old daughter of Mr and Mrs Don Kinnard of Grinnell, former Wesleyans, enlisted in the Wac's last week. Barry's Recreation League Standings Hawkeye Lanes League Standings Published each week through Courtesy of Morck Dist. Co. & Storz Brewing Co. HAWKEYE American League w Studer's Farm 32 8 Titonka Indians 30 10 Hamilton Hatchery ..24 1C Baker's Livestock 23 17 Brandt Buick 23 17 Sjogren's 22 18 Boone Hidge .1 18 22 Lions Club 17 23 Corwith 16 2-4 Sorensen Impl. 15 25 Hefti Lockers 10 30 Robinson Produce —10 30 National League W L Ernie Williams P.-C.29 11 Algona Produce ---28 12 West End Billiards -23 1 /- 16'A Ready-Mix 23 17 Bancroft Oil Co. ---22 18 Britt - — -19 21 Burl Co-Op Kiev. --19 21 Kossuth Co. Impl. --1 Seven-Up 16% Ernie Williams JD .15% Rood Ins. 14 Ray's Jack Sprat -.12 MEN BARRY'S Monday League W K. of C. 23 Bode Billards 22 Miller High Life 19 Moose No. 1 15 Clark Grain Co. 11 Schulte Recreation —10 Bode DX Serv. ......10 Phillips 66 Serv. 10 Tuesday League W Seeley Farms -..- 19 Hamm 18 Moose No. 2 _-- 18 Blatz 17 Russ & Ky's 16 Petersen's Cafe 16 23% Is 28 Barry's Bronco 11 National Guard 5 WOMEN BARRY'S Wednesday League Druggists Mutual 20 Cook's Welders 17M> Moose 12% Thuente's 111112 Coast to Coast 11 Bancroft 9 United Variety 7 Welp's Hatchery 7 Thursday League Sharp's 19 Hood - Winks 15 Bill's Standard 13 Storz .13 Van's Cafe . 12 A.S.C. "12 Bradley Bros. 7 Wallburg Texaco 5 19 25 The above Bowling Standings are Presented to You Each Week ~" Through The Courtesy of MORCK Distributing Co, AND THE STORZ BREWING CO, Like a refreshing dip, Storz has what it takes to satisfy your thirst. Each golden glassful is a'toast to pleasure — Bitter-Free pleasure — with no lingering aftertaste. You'll find it less-filling, tpo. That's why smart moderns agree Storz is truly BEER St. Joe Man To Wed An Algona Girl On Nov. 16 St. Joe—Relatives and friends from here attended a pre-nuptial shower in honor of Roseanne Erpelding in, St. Cecelia's hall in Algona on Sunday afternoon. Miss Erpelding, daughter of Mr and Mrs Peter N. Erpelding of Algona, will be the bridp of Mike Schmitt of Algona, son of the late Mr and Mrs Peter Schmitt of St. Joe, in St. Cecelia's Catholic Church on Wednesday, Nov. 16. and daughter, Mrs Milford Platlie and Mrs Sylvester Wagner, returned home Saturday afternoon from Dubuque where they had spent several days with Sister M. Amalia at Mt. St. Francis Convent. Sister M. Amalia is a sister of Mrs Illg and Mrs Thul. Catholic Daughters of America, Court St. Joseph, will hold a bake sale on Sunday, Nov. 13, in the school hall with Mrs Ted Wagner, Mrs Norbert Friclers. Mrs John Capesius, Mrs Huhort O'Brien, Mrs Math Kirsch. Mrs Laurence Thilges, Mrs Gerald Kirsch. Mrs Harold Friders, Mrs Ted Hilbert and Corinne Kayser. as a committee. Lotts Creek Leaders The Lotts Creek Leaders 4-H met Oct. 19 with 29 present. Marlene Freyholtz was in charge of ** STAR ** recreation. James Bierstedt was nominated for a county officer. Lunch was served by Ncld;i and Eleanor Meyer and Dick Kucck- er. NEED PRINTING? GOOD work at fair prices at the Upper Des Moines Pub. Co., Algona. William Laubenthal IOWA'S WONDER SHOWPLAC* The ®UIUF CLEAR LAKE , IOWA FRI., NOV. llih Old Time Waltz Finals KENNY HOFER And His Midwesterners Mrs .Fred Illg, Mrs John Thul Perry Lowman ALGONA, IOWA OPEN SKATING WEDNESDAY SATURDAY & SUNDAY NITES Available For PRIVATE PARTIES Phone 826-lJ LeRoy Lau, Owner ******* *. THE JUNIOR GLASS OF THE ALGONA COMMUNITY SCHOOL PRESENTS "OUR TOWN" TUESDAY, NOV. 15-8 P.M. HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM "OUR TOWN" reaches .info the past of America and evokes movingly a way of life which is lost in our present turmoil. An original and extremely interesting play" — NEW. YORK SUN. RESERVED TICKETS NOW ON SALE AT HIGH SCHOOL Adults — 50c School Age — 35c Sat., NOV. 12th HENRY CHARLES And Orchestra WED., NOV. 16th M. C. Policeman's Ball JULES HERMAN And Orchestra Coming WED., NOV. 23rd The One and Only ' PEE-WEE KING and His Western String Band FRIDAY (NOV. 11) RED HOT MIDNITE SHOW (11:30 P.M. - | PLANTATION BALLROOM WHITTEMOHE, TOWA Wednesday, Nov. 9 Hard Time Dance Come As You Are — Prizes FRANK BUHR Friday, Nov. 11 JERRY POSTAL Sunday, Nov. 13 JACK COLE Friday, Nov. 18 SPIKE HASKELL Sunday, Nov. 20 LEE BARRON Thursday, Nov. 24 Thanksgiving DON HOY No Advance Booth Reservations Doors Open at 8:30 Thursday, Nov. 10, 1955 Algona (la.) Upper Des Moines-3 Lt. Anderson A Visitor Here Lt. Jerry B. Anderson, arm of Mr and Mrs Holmnn Anderson, Clarion, formerly of Algona, was a visitor here last week. Lt. Anderson stopped to visi! friends during a short leave while onroule from Vance Air Force base, Enid, Okla., to Randolph Field, San Antonio, Tex. He recently graduated following training in multi-engine airplanes, and expects to become pilot of one of the air force's big tankers. He is a graduate of Algona high school, and has been in the air force for about IB months. Mr and Mrs David Kleinpeter and children of Des Moines spent the weekend at the parental, L. H. Kleinpeter home. TODAY (Thursday) ONE DAY ONLY in ''ROSE MARIE" Shows at 2:00-4:00-7:00-9:00 (Adm. 20c-50c-75e) ALCONA .- r'-i! . »Vi>"XTi • •:i'VU., L* •'.;<• -.# 'V '..'."i.*'. *•".••..• Friday & Saturday (2 Hits) THE MOST ASTONISHING ADVENTURE OF THE CENTURYI B/CHARD W/DMARK CO-STARRINQ MAI ZETTERLING NIGEL PATRICK GEORGE COLE DONALD WOLFIT <•"" * TECHNICOLOR BULLET BLAZING SHOWDOWN BETWEEN GUNFIGHTER BROTHERS! HERBERT J. YA.TES presents THE ROAD Starring liHCOBB-MY IWICTON-SKIP MEIER with ANDY CLYDE -Iff VAN CIEEF Sonn Pliy by HORACE McCOT ind ALIEN HffKIM Bind m I Sitndiy Evinini Pal jt»y ty Bill GtlUCX Dindri br IDE JOWE A REPUBLIC PRODUCTION Coming Friday — Nov. 18 THE STAGE - "FAIR WEATHER VARIETIES" With Ihe Nation's Sensational SCREEN SHOW! . . ^ IT'S REAL GONE! IT'S REAL GRAZY! in ALL NEW! . .•.'ALL STAS .. ir S A SUPER SCREEN TREAT Van Heflin Tops His "Shane" Role! A whip-wielding woman, a gun-toting girl, iron-fisted a hate-loaded town! I ..BOUNCY ... AND ALIVE WITH ^E GREATEST ROCK 'N fiplL HEADLINERS ,You'll See and Hear 15 Great Sepia.Stars . NAT "KING" COLE ••* DUKE ELLINGTON Long Live Iha King and Hi>'Band LIONEL HAMPTON DINAH WASHINGTON v - JC * TURNER 7 LARRY DARNELL RUTH BROWNE LEONARD REED > LITTLE BUCK *DELTA RHYTHM BOYS COLES ft ATKINS*"NIPSEY" RUSSELL MANTAN MORELANDJTHE CLOVERS [MARTHA DAVISAM.C.W LUE BRYANI PLUS! 3 STOOGES COMEDY and Cartoon in Color HEFLiN .' 'PP* . hit — W *. .: CINEMASCOPE '««« TECHNICOLOR 1 COLUMBIA PICIUiE •Phil CARFY-ftovmnnd RIIRR-Albin HAYR *" II UnllU najflllUilu UUAll nlMUIIIlniLO p.- PLUS CARTOON IN COLOR AND NEWS Oh 7 Boy, Kids» See What 1 s Happening at

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