The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 10, 1955 · Page 34
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WHERE TO GO Movie Operetta Here Today Music groups from all over the couniy have been especially invited by personal letter lo see "Rose Marie," Ihe celebrated operetta which plays ioday (Thursday), one Wilbert Ruhnke day only at the Algona Ihea- fer. The showing of the picture in Algona is somewhat in the nature of an experiment, 2s "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 Dick Phillips, manager. Ann Dlylh and Fernando Lamas, above, are two of the 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 techni- 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 cf the Mounlies," "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 S:H)4 at Klmore. and the 80 acres also sold for a smaller fiuure pe r acre. C'^iwell Bros, weic the auctioneers. A1JVKRTISING vn tne Algoru Upper Des Moines reaches more families In Kossuth county than inv other publication Career Day For County Pupils Nov. 14 At Titonka The juniors and seniors of flu- public high schools of Kossulh County will attend their thfrd annual Career Day which will beheld at Titonka Monday, Nov. 14. This event is sponsored by the Kossulh County School Maulers 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 youiif; people in their choice of a life- '.ime occupation. There.will be ihirly-two people from various parts of the state present to discuss the various aspects of the vocational fields. -\boul 400 students will be in at- .endance for this day. The program wiJl start with an Rebecca Lowman PANCAKE SUPPER! Serving Starts at 5 P.M. at the DOAN METHODIST CHURCH Thursday, Nov. 17 PANCAKES. SAUSAGE, PIE, COFFEE AdulJs: 75c Children: 40c Sponsored by Methodist Men address by Dr. Ray Bryan. Head of the Department of Vocational Education, of Iowa State College and after this general session tin students will attend four conferences on different vocations ot their choice. There will be representative? from eight colleges present U answer questions of student? wishing to attend college. All public high schools o! Kossuth County will be present except Algona which attends a similar day at Eagle Grove each year sponsored by the North Central Conference. Joins WAC Corps Wesley—Donna Mae Kinnard. 18 year-old daughter of Mr and Mrs Don Kinnard uf Grinnell. formei Wesleyans, enlisted in the Wac's last week. Dallas J. Klein Barry's Recreation League Standings Hawkeye Lanes League Standings Published each week through Courtesy of Morck Dist. Co. & Stori Brewing Co. HAWKEYE American League W Suidr: °s K.H'm ....... •'- TiloiiKa Indr.n- . ^1 Hamilton Hati ':t rv J-5 H,,!,-:-'.- L:\e-vck :V.i Hi. «],.<• Hu:ck . -.* Sio-i. •!;'.- ' ........ -- B.,.,ne Kulrie .'. . IK l.ion> I'luii .. . . . .17 li.-!'.i 'i.oi-k.-:-. . I'' K..h.nv.;i 1'io.hu'.- Hi National League \V Krn.- '-V:-:,,,:^ P -C L • \V«-;t Kn i Hilluu 1.- Hi-.idy-Mix B.,ii:-:o:! d.l Co . Unit 1" Bint Co-Op Kiev. - '.!» H HI K .--utii C'o. Impl. . .IB'j Si-vt-n-Up It) 1 - Krnie Williams JD -15'2 Hood Ins. 14 Ray's .Jack Sprat ...12 MEN BARRY'S 1. 1 1 \'2 Hi'.1 7 lii '21 21 Monday League W K, of C 23 Bode Billanis .. ..22 MI!!.T iiiMh Life 19 Mo^--,- No. 1 15 Clark Cram Co 11 Sc' ulte R'-ciea'.ion . 10 H> de DX Serv ..10 Ph:!'.!].).- lit) Serv 10 .Tuesday League W Si-i-U-y Farms 19 llamin - .. 18 Moo-e No 2 18 B!a!.' 17 Kuss & Ky's Iti I'flei M-n's Cafe . .Hi 214 Dairy's Brunt-. 23 l a National Guard 5 ^ WOMEN - a BARRY'S Wednesday League W DrusK!>lii Mutual 20 L Cook's Welders IT 1 -.7 Moose _. iju 8 Thuentc's ...12 11 Coast to Coasl 11 H Bancroft 9 19 United VariV.y 7 20 Wulp'j, Hatche'ry 7 20 Thursday League 20 Sharp's _ 19 L Hood - Winks l.i 11 Bill's Standard 13 12 Storz 13 12 Van's Cafe 12 13 A.S.C. .12 14 Bradley Bros. 7 It Wullburg Texaco .... . 5 19 L 4 I.) : :, 11 '-j 12 13 15 17 17 11 12 12 17 19 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 f- Bitter-Free pleasure — with no lingering aftertaste. You'll find it less-filling, too. That's why smart moderns agree Storz is truly l^ktr BEER ANOTHER FIRST FOR THE Algona Upper Des Moines! For Ihe first lime in weekly newspapers in this area, Ihe UOM 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 lo each of six persons whose names appear someplace on this page, today. LOOK FOR YOUR "NAME! Tickets will be good for the ?how, "Count Three and Pray." and daiiHliter. Mrs Mil ford Plathc and .Mrs Sylvester Wagner, re- tuined home Saturday afternoon Iniio Dubuque where they had -pent several days with Sister M. Anialia at Mt. St. Franeis Con- v-tit. Sister M. Ainalia is a sis- tei of Mrs Illn and Mrs Thul. Catholic Daughters of Amer. Court St. Joseph, will hold bake sale on Sunday, Nov. 13, the .school hall with Mrs Ted Wiitjnf'r. Mrs Korbert Friders. Mrs John Cape<;n-. Mr; !luh»rt O'Brien, Mrs Math Kirsch, Mi's Laurence Thilges. Mrs Gerald Kirst'h. Mrs Harold Friders, Mrs Ted Hilbert arid Corinne Kay-'•!-. as a coin.'Tiit'ef.'. Lofts Creek Leaders The Lotts Cieek Lenders 4-11 •net Oct. 19 with 2!) present. Mar- letie Frevholt/. was in charue of St. Joe Man To Wed An Algona Girl On Nov. 16 St. Joe—Relatives and friends from here a''ended a rzre-nup- tial shower in honor of R«>; c- unne Erpeldin:.. in St. Cecelia's hail in Algona on Sunday afternoon. Miss Erpelding. daughter of Mr and Mrs Pe'*-r N. Erpeid- :n.£j of Altiona. will )•>••'• the hrid' of M;ke Sehn-.nt of A;:>on.i. si n of the late Mr :.nd Mis P"te: Schmitt of St. Joe. in St. Cecelia's Catholic Church on Wednesday. N" iv. ! (>. * * STAR * * ALGONA, IOWA OPFN SKATING WEDNESDAY SATURDAY & SUNDAY NITES Available For PRIVATE PARTIES Phone 826-LJ LeRoy Lau, Owner recreation. James Biersl.edt was nominated for a county officer. Lunch was served by Nelda ;md Eleanor Meyer and Dick Kiieck- er. NEED PRINTING? GOOD work at fair prices at the Upper Des Moines Pub. Co., Algona. William Laubenlhal IOWA'S WONDER SHOWPLAC ^ff O djfljsy* BI EBB fflpwh K?*' T&ie SUR&T CLEAR LAKE , IOWA FRI., NOV. llth Old Time Waltz Finals KENNY HOFER And His Midweslerners 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 SHBJS65T Thursday, Nov. 10, 1955 Algona (la.) Upper Des Moines— 3 Lt. A Ll. Jerry B. Andei>oii. .-on oi Mr and Mr- Hminan Ander.-on. Clarion, formerly of Aliona. wa- .1 visitor here la.-t w-'-k. Lt. Atid'-rson stoppi ,-| to visi' friends dir.'inu a short {> .\\->-while enrou'." from Vancr A:- K'.ycc base, Enni. Okia . t , Run-i. .Iph F'K M. San Ani.iiiio. T'-v He recently graduated following '.•..ininji in multi-engine airplane*, and expects' to become pi!',.; of one of the air force's big tank-vs. He i- a graduate of Algona hifjh -•eliool. arid h;is been in the air Mr an i Mrs David Kleinpeter and iriiidp-n of D>-s Moines spent k"nd at !h" parental. L. IV. i '!")• home. TODAY (Thursdcy) ONE DAY ONLY in "ROSE MARIE'' Shows at 2:00-4:00-7:00-9:00 (Adm. 20c-50c-75c) (2 Hits) THE MOST ASTONISHING ADVENTURE OF THE CENTURY! Mr-; Fru.1 Ilk;, M;v Joim Thul Perry Lev/man TUT liBysffeft THE JUniOti OF THE ALGONA COMMUNITY SCHOOL PRESENTS TUESDAY, NOV. 15-8 P.M. HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM "OUR TOWN" reaches into Ihe past oi 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 FRIDAY (NOV. 11) RED HOT MIDNITE SHOW (11:30 P.M. - all seats 60c) (PLAHTAT BALLROOM WHITTEMOHK. 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 LEEBARRON Thursday, Nov. 24 Thanksaiving DON~HOY No Advance Booth Reservations Doors Open at 8:30 R/CHARD W/DMARK NIGEL PATRICK GEORGE COLS DONALD WOLFIT <«•:> TECHNICOLOR BULLET BLAZINC* SHOWDOWN BETWEEN GUNFIGHTER BROTHERS! IEE J. COBB • RAY! *iihJSNDYCl¥DE-lEEYIWClHF Sewn fai bi HOMCt McMf mi *UtH 81YKM Based on i Salorto [»e.wi£ Pest !lo-> h Bill CUIKX D iKltl b» IOF KANE A REPUBLIC PRODUCTION Coming Friday — Nov. 18 - ON THE STAGE - "FAIR WEATHER VARIETIES" Wilt rtw NotUnH S.i.K.tK>»ol SCREEN SHOW! . . IT'S REAL GONE! IT'S REAL CRAZY! irj ALL NfW! . , . AU STA« '(I'S A SUPCB SCKEEN TlfAT .' v^ Van Heflin Tops His "Shane" Role! A whip-wielding woman, a gun-toting girf, an iron-fisted man ...in a hate-haded town! I - - . T GREATEST ROCK 'N R?LL HEAOUNERS .Ywi'M SM t»i M»»f 15 6r»*l M> Stan NATv"KI«B COLE-* DUKE ELLINGTON * L?«i M««'«>* *""} • ^ Ha **»<> •; UQHEU^tDII ^ Btiui WWHIIIQTOT Old »i Orelw'rfl; :• v «!«« Vl*" ' mm ifff. TURNEK ^ L/M^ 1 ^^IlrrC uS^T-JKrHM^I I LITTLE ? u h-7,.r c * "MIP«;FY" RUSSELL _ . ^^ * * r r* i* PIUS! 3 STOOGES COMEDY and Cartoon in Color CINEMASCOPE "'"'TECHNICOLOR i COLUHBU •Pi CAREHapoirtil-AEie,! HAYES "r. 1 HERB MEACOW • Piodur.ed by TR) »ICHM(*0 4 •*, 'iiOiU SHUUAH • A COP* f PLUS CARTOON IN COLOR AND NEWS Oh, Boy, Kids What's ing at Graham's | See Page 8

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