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WHERE TO GO WHAT TO DO Behind The Movie Sets WITH BUDDY MASON Hollywood, Calif. — "I was beaned by a full ox-yoke, Buddy!" The speaker, normally a spry man of middle agi>. leaned heavily on a cane. When we first met Harry Wagner, he was doubling Larry Semon. a silent- day comedian. Your Hollywood errand-boy was then a young stunt-man, hastily loam d from another unit to complete a job that went "haywire" on the Wagner !; d. * • * Mrs Marjoric Apple « » • Arriving hurriedly from a neighboring set. Harry's hospital trip was delayed by two wardrobe men who wrre crowded into the back seat of a standby car apparently wrestling with tin- in- PLANTATION BALLROOM WHITTEMOHE, IOWA Thursday, Nov. 24 Thanksgiving DON HOY Friday, Nov. 25 ANDY DOLL Sunday, Nov. 27 CLEM BRAU Friday, Dec. 2 BABE WAGNER Sunday, Dec. 4 DON SHAW Friday, Dec. 9 Jolly Lumberjacks No Advance Booth Reservations Doors Open at 8:30 Thursday - Friday Randolph Scott in "TALL MAN RIDING" — plus — THE BOWERY BOYS in "JAIL BUSTERS" ALGONA,,, SATURDAY ONE DAY ONLY THE GREAT MOUNTAIN WARS BLAZE WITH ALL TIEEIR VIOLENCE!...while one man's destiny is caught in their cross-fire.., and his love is trapped in a woman's arms! EASTMAN COtOR * I1AMIM5 LEX BARKER MARA CQRDAY STEPHEN McNALLY,. - PLUS SPECIAL COMEDY and CARTOON jured lad. Actually, they were trying to peel off his double's coat and shirt without hurting Harry. They had to start dressing the new double. Fortunate!} for Harry's dignity, they had a spare pair of trousers in a larger .size that would better fit their new substitute. .-In the intervening years, no matter where we me!, or how "Hen, the Wagner lad would clutch his trousers and yell: "Oh, no you don't. Mason! You can't have those trousers, either!"-Our present meeting was no exception. After the familiar greeting, lie announced, "Nice to meet, you on the way back from a hospital, for a change!" All of which brings? us back to Harry's opening statement. He quickly added. "Have you ev^r been conked with a full ox-voke, P-irldy'.'" » » * Somowhai puzzled, we asked, "And just what is a full ox- yoke?"—"It's a yoke with ,the oxen .•••till in it. you dope!" was the enlightening reply. Now this made sense. Smelling a story, we pressed him for details and were rewarded with the following tale, which we'll try to tell in his words: "Well, Buddy, us you knuw, I've been doing a bit of "extra" work lately, so when 1 heard that the great C. B. was doing a lemake on his "Ten Commandments." I ankled over to the Paramount lot. You know how DeMilie never forgets a face. I sometimes think he has to make those gigantic spectacles to give all the old-timers he likes a little work! lie's go! it memory like tin- idiot-board for a whole troupe of elephants. If you ever delivered exactly what, he wanted i.n a DcMiile show, he'll never foi-et!, a • * Millon Dellman * * * "In no lime, I was getting a deep Egyptian sun-tan in a body- makeup spray booth. Then I was fitted in enough bed-sheeting to make a tbp-rover .for the U.S.S. MisM.un. After that, they hustled y.s out to the location. Seems that tlits is the day that :hf Hf.i S< a has i!s grand opening ,1:1:1 r. !<>:,;<;; like all the people m !!-.<!ywo< tl.c ar.iiv.^l.-* in race to get across with dry feet bviore the whistle blows and the Red Sea d-.-es it.- Dry Passage "Wei!, B'lii, '"• '-y ;i--;-ign :r.c to a b;:; h : ' i! i j p '•',•:'.;•, ex-carts and every kind of animal-drawn Vfhioie from goat-wagons to pony-jig. 1 -, witii people scattered in between. They're all set to -!:•.;:<.• the la: t;e. c•v P nomy-si::< 1 I)i M:!)' 1 ver-ion of ;:.•• ii:--t .>n:! !;,.-'. I;:.-: 1-ru.-,; to 1,1 ~\,^.-A :;•.- ;w. ,•:, v.•;,!:•. ,:i v, at. ;. W:.m C. P. : •;•( '.; <• ; :..r!:n^ gur. wi; take . :'; ,i.--.\n a H'.I-I ;/ h.ll ..r. .. uMli.'p • •!' i hi- '.\ \i'i •: •'.•• i. ilrie. .S - :ai'. .- ••; "You know how I like animals, P.u.!. Wh> It- our c.impc'.Uors on tin- utl;i i- lulls are getting ready and shuffled into position to i ace us for where the h.i!«.' will open in 'i,";0 ocean in another shot, 1 L^I-I ; cal palsty with the team of If they gel to they won't step I!H' w.iy down. • geuiuu t'hum- Kd. I .-.!\-o the b.r.v.iuiu ) and D:. if n in guy.-, apples. Then I ,-tul! 'em all in the folds of my >i'.fct -r n:-eivible. a « • "Well. Bud, after lunch I start M'.ift'.ng t!io~i' long-horns with . pph.- and do they love 'em! Whr:i t!:t V,! hntsh one. the|- u !-,,,.• in,.- !.) ii., , : IL-.V wrap-around until 1 le.l ''-m ;.n"th-;-r. Then. nuhl m he middle of our Apple Festival, we U''l tin 1 .--ignal. Ot! ,',.• i.-ar. i!owii tins hill-but I've sti!! Ui't apph .- an.l they Urmv. it! S.', ti.-ry'i-r r:ifing hot on my ):,.•!- after' more apple-. Well, Bud. that iu-.ivy carl get^ to rull- nm so wild that it's pu-'ming the oxen .il'./p..: si la.^t iht y can't sto): it. Woi-se'vi-t. -so fast thai I can't have joined all C,tllf"rn;a for a >utrun 'em.- My sheet suddenly snags — I stop — they keep on coming. Then the lights go out! /veil, tluddy—boy, 1 got new» for you! You ain't never been cold- cocked 'till you've been conked •:m the back of the old gourd »vith a full ox-yoke!" Xtra Specials For Algona Movie Patrons Two "extra - special" screen events are scheduled soon at tne Algona theater, according to announcement made today by Dick Phillips, manager. "Not As a Stranger," the adaptation -of one of the best-selling novels of all time, comes Sunday and Monday to the screen of the Algona, with Olivia DcHavilland Robert Mitchum, Frank Sinatra and Gloria Grahame as its stars. The story deals with the loves, the aspirations, heartaches and triumphs of a doctor, and has been read already by over ten million people. Another top picture of the year. "Lucy Gallant," with Jane Wyman and Charles Heston, starts Tuesday, November 29 for a three-day engagement. "Lucy Gallant" tell? the story of a woman whose need for wealth and power drives her to put love aside while .she builds the greatest store in Texas. This spectacular picture is packed with warm, exciting portraits, brawling action and unusual entertainment. A da/.zhng show of furs and gowns is one of the highlights. Carl Grisham me Ilk 1 . 1 me, maybe . r. _my heels on Ju.-! when u". 'i !.-iy. !un,-h ;s i.ii apple from n.y CIL.IV'' .-. u in! •'••) who il.ip.'l like Ottosen Plans Santa Glaus Day, December Ollosen—The American Legion Auxiliary will sell lunches and hnH n hnkc =nl" on Santn Claus Day in Ottosen in December. Plans for this ever,! were made at the regular meeting held Tuesday afternoon, the home.jpf Ml'-S Caroline Telford. Committees appointed t<> take rare of this rvent are: kitchen. M:> J;.kr Ry^. Mr> Mike Covle, NT:-:-. W. G. Co , P ,T. Mrs Camlm'- THf..r;l an.) Mr- Rarnu.-' O!s->n: i'i:riiiii; y.'-tm. Mrs Richard Kui>...:!;. M:-.-- K^:c C«. p..-.-. Mrs M;.r- tin Mcvcr and Mrs Victor M"y- er; hake sair. Mrs Antone Speicli and Mrs h'red Kampen. Mrs Richard Kinseth Ravf a Ip^-^on i>n Education and Mrs Jake Rye read a Thanksgiving Article. This group held an all .•Uy rag sewing at tiie home of Mrs Martin Meyer. Nov. 15 with a pot luck dinner at noon. The organization plans to hold four of these all day rag sewing meetings this winter. The next meeting will be the annual Christmas party with each member bringing a gue.st and a fifty cent gift to bo sent to a children's hospital. This mei-ting will be held at the homo of Mrs Fred Kampen, Dec. 13. Attend Weddings Several attended weddings at different towns recently. Martha Usher served HS a bridesmaid at the wedding of her cousin JoAnn Dcirro and Lowell Benning at tho Methodist Church at Nashua. Mr and Mrs Donald U-her and Rut!) and Sara a!s i attended tno w.-c'.imq and reception. Mr and Mrs Hollis Cooper w<.re present at the wedding and SIX WINNERS Be sure and read this /page thoroughly, and if you spot your name anyplace, you will receive free admittance to the movie "Not As A Stranger" at the Ai- gona Theater Sunday and Monday. Just give your name at the box office. Mrs Louise Peter reception of Gene Ostergaard and Erma Justice at the Lutheran Church in Ringsted. Mr and Mrs RoV Enockson attended the wedding and reception of Conrad Satern and Arlene Hedin at the St. Paul's Lutheran church in Whittemore. The bridegroom^ is a nephew of Mrs Enockson. Veterans Day Dinner The local unit of the American Legion Auxiliary entertained the veterans and their families at six o'clock dinner in the Commercial Club Building on Veteran's Day, with about 82 guests were present. Following the dinner the children were entertained with bingo and the adults played 500. Mrs Fred Kampen and W. E. Cooper received low prizes and Mrs Hollis Cooper and Richard Kinseth won the high prizes. Xl Baptismal Rites Mr and Mrs Magnus Bratland were present at Services at the Congregational Church in Humboldt when their granddaughter Vickie Lynn, daughter ot Mr and, Mrs Sherman Silbaugh of Humbold!, was baptized. Following all were dinner and supper guests at the Silbaugh home. Lutheran Aid Hostesses Mrs DeVere Newton and Mrs Louis Jacobson were hostesses to the Lutheran Ladies Aid recently in the church parlors. Program numbers were a vocal solo by Martha Usher accompanied at the piano by Mrs Merle Holt, and a reading by Mrs Ralph Richards from the Readers Digest. Mrs Olvin Haug had the lesson. The next meeting will be Nov. ,'iO with Mrs Oscar Oppedahl and Mrs H. J. Nielsen as hostesses. Oscar Oppedahl returned home recently after being a patient at Lutheran hospital in Ft. Dodge for a week following surgery. Mr and Mrs Raymond Zinnel and family of'West Bend visited recently at the Edward Zinnel home. , Recent Sunday visitors at the Louis Jacobson home were Mr and Mrs George Zinnel and Geo. Jr. of Rockwell City. Mr and Mrs Roy Telford and Mr and Mrs Edward Zinnel and Leslie Ann spent the weekend at the Edgar Jacobson home at Marshalltown. Mi- and Mrs Bjarne Oppedahl and family of Ft. Dodge were recent visitors at the Knut Oppedahl home. Mr and Mrs Wallace Underberg of Ft. Dodge were overnight visitors at the Louis Jacobson home Saturday, and Sunday afternoon visitors there were Mr and Mrs Wayne Vaudt and family of Livermore. Mrs Clara Solberg and Mrs Ralph Richards attended a miscellaneous shower honoring Miss Jane Reiman of Chicago at the Bode Lutheran Church Friday evening. Miss Reiman will become the bride of Elwood "Thompson later this month. Mrs Tom Olson of West Bend visited at the Donald Usher home Friday afternoon. Sunday evening visitors at the Usher home were Mr and Mrs Melvin Ellingson. Mr and Mrs Antone Speich visited their son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Paul Berninghaus at Rodman Sunday afternoon. Mr and Mrs Oliver Lee and Terry and Mrs Willis King and Vickie were Sunday visitors at the Chester Gunderson home at Belmond. Mr and Mrs Howard Hellickson and Carol were dinner guests at the Glen Hellickson home to celebrate birthdays which fell last week. Those having birthdays are Mr and Mrs Glen Hellickson and their son Leslie and Carol Hellickson. Mr and Mrs Richard Loos and Mrs Emma Dean of Ottumwa visited over the weekend at the Raymond Loos home. Mr and Mrs Richard Loos also visited at the Richard Kinseth home. Mr and Mrs Earl Olson enjoyed a pheasant dinner at the Mariyn Pflibsen home at Bode. The Band Mothers met recently at the schoolhouse for their regular meeting. Mrs Arlie Banwart and Mrs Clarence Bauer were hostesses. Mr and Mrs Eugene Hofius entertained a group at dinner foi Mrs Hofius' brother-in-law and sister. Mr and Mrs Stanley McDonald of Herminston, Oregon. Don Nelson of Denver, Colo., ws a recent visitor at the H. J. Kielsen home. The young man is a nephew of Mrs Nielsen. Mr • and Mrs Richard Kropf and daughter spent Sunday recently with her parents, Mr and Mrs Clarence Skattaba at Wallingford. Mrs Morgan Hagen has returned home after spending five days in Des Moines visiting at the homes of the Hagen's sons and families. Mrs Paul Espinosa, Jr. and family of Mason City visited over the weekend at the home of Margaret Holt, Loran Daniel and Merle Holt. Russell Sands LEDYARD NEWS Mr and Mrs Max Nitz attended a custodians meeting at Burt on last Saturday evening. Mrs Tice Brack accompanied Mr and Mrs Walter Miller and Priscilla and Mrs Leo Miller of Buffalo Center and Norma Jones of Rake to Des Moines on last Tuesday. Mrs Jones and Priscila took part in the Iowa Farm Bureau Talent Contest at K.R.N.T. Theater and won firs) place with a Marinba duet "Old Black Joe." They were invited for a repeat performance at thi- Farm Bureau convention on Wednesday. Winning first place entitles them to go to the Farm Bureau Federation meeting in Chicago in December where they will compete with other State winners. Mr and Mrs Leo Willadsen spent last weekend in Inwood visiting Mrs Willadsen's mother. Mr and Mrs C. L. Fisk, Peggy Mayer and Neal Warren of Des Moines spent the weekend at the D. B. Mayer home. All of the teachers on the Ledyard faculty attended the dinner and meeting of the Kossuth County Council which met last Wednesday evening at Burt. When they arrived for the dinner they found that a fire had destroyed a part of the Burt school that very evening. Mr and Mrs R. Goetz and son Thursday, Nov. 14. 1955 Algona (la.) Upper Des Moirtes-7 have been here the past 2 weeks on furlough from Alabama where he is stationed. They visited at the parental Herman Goetz Jr. and Ralph Johnson homes and several family gatherings have been held in their honor. They left to return to Alabama on Monday. Mr and Mrs Dclbert Wcnt- worth and son came Friday from Norfolk. Va., where Delbert has been stationed the past year in the Navy. They have a 21 day furlough after which Delbert will return to Providence, Rhode Island. Mrs Nitz and son will remain here with her parents. Don't forget the "Barbershop Sings" sponsored by the P.T.A. which will be held in the school auditorium on Wednesday, Nov. 30. You See It In Algona''at'Regular Prices! ALGONA^ SUNDAY and MONDAY • IT STANDS ALONE! FIRST THE BOOK! and now THE MOTION PICTURE! Albert Van Buren Mrs Hewetf Is Heart Victim Swea City—Mrs Lucia Hewett received word of the death of her daughter-in-law, Mrs Howard Hewett of Fairmont Minn., Tuesday, Nov. 15. at the University of Minnesota Heart Clinic in Minneapolis. She had been afflicted with a heart ailment for the last s:x 01 seven years. Her husband had been told he might bring her home on Nov. 16 as she appeared to be getting along nicely. At the time Mr Hewett was at the home of his aunt, Mrs Ralph Ballard in Red Wood Falls, Minn. Mrs Howard Hewett was born Charlotte Ledebur, Dec. 14, 1920 to Edward and Rosa Ledebur, in Fairmont. She was a graduate of Fairmont high school and a member of the Lutheran church. On July 18, 1938 she married Howard Hewett at Estherville. They lived in Fairmont until her death. Surviving are her husband and three children James, Susan and Charles at home, her mother, Mrs Rose Ledebur of Fairmont, and two sisters, Mrs Adolph Hogland of Farmington, Minn, and Mrs L. J. Peterson, Portland Ore. Funeral services were hsld Saturday at 2 p.m., at St. Paul's Lutheran church of which she was a member. Rev. O. F. Krause officiated and burial was in Lakeside cemetery at Fairmont. JOWA'S WONDER SHOWPLACl CLEAR LAKE , IOWA THURS., NOV. 24 ^DDIE ALLEN and FRI.Y NOV. 25th __IOWA CORNHUSKERS SAT./NOV. 26th JULES HERMAN And His Orchestra " WED., "NOV. 30th ~ Teenage Dance HENRY CHARLES * * ALGONA, IOWA OPEN SKATING WEDNESDAY SATURDAY & SUNDAY NITES Available For PRIVATE PARTIES Phone 826-U LeRoy Lau, Owner * * * ** * * * .STARTS TUES. -NOV. 29- JANE CHARLTON WYMAN • HESTON, -CLAIRE THELMA TREVOR RITTER WILLIAM otM4R£sr WALLACL I-OMD • TOM HL.LMOHC , KOULKT PARRI5M .. ^OHM LLt MAriir* tNSTGN MILLER MM,,., TECHNICOLOR No Longer A Patient He Was / Longer Doctor... Were Flesh And Blood! OLIVIA de HAVILLAND ROBERT MITCHUM FRANK SINATRA GLORIA GRAHAME BROOERICK CRAWFORD PLUS Bugs Bunny £er*«on and Late New; Events 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 L Studer's 37 11 Titonka Indians 34 14 Hamilton Hatchery ..304 If 1 : Baker Livestock 27 21 Brandt Buick 27 21 Siogren's 27 -.1 Lion's 204 27« 5 Boone Ridge 19 29 Corwith .1 13 30 Robinson Produce 17 31 Sorensen Mtr. 17 31 Hefti Lockers 14 34 National League W L Algona Produce 35 13 Ernie Williams. P-C.-32 16 West End Billiards ..284 19'. Ready-Mix --27 21 Burt Co-op Elev. ..--25 23 Koss. Co. Impl. 224 25'. Bancroft Oil Co. 22 26 Britt 22 26 Ernie Williams. J.D. --21 4 2ti i; . Seven-up 214 26'; Ray's Jack Sprat 16 32 Rood Insurance 15 33 Western League W L Swartz Hdwe. 31 13 Titonka 31 13 Burt Merchants 29 ID Mutual of Omaha 29 15 Pioneer Hibred 28 16 Sjogren's 25 19 Plantation ----------- 21 Albright Aero-Serv. --20 Sargent Feeds -------- 17 Rapid Thermogas ---- 16 Thomas Skclgas ------ 9 Kossuth Motor ------ 8 Classic League W Beecher Lane Appl. --36 S. & L. 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