WHAT TO DO Behind The Movie Sets MASON Holly waod, Calif .—Ever try to convince your. Doctor and a whole hospital; staff V that'you Simply MUST leave the' place a day: early? That's about like tell- -ing your commanding officer.in "Boot-Camp" that you intend to take*.a month off and go on a long vacation!—We' never knew that so fnahy people were ,so personally concerned 'over ;our welfare—and Were so willing -to battle to the death in its behalfl '.'•.;: -.', » : .. '. . * r • •'• • ". ;Confine4 With a" foot infection; your Hollywood eri'and-boy clutched his two passes to the Press Preview % of "Cinerama Holiday" tightly to the bosom of hi,s off- the : shoulder-blade hospital .nightie, and stood pat! Luckily, 'our. Doctor gave in, but. not till we'd' promised to do all sorts 'of silly things to safeguard the foot'he had worked so hard to heal. Bless him! However,, he left us a trifle confused. We're not certain, now, whether it was .OUR foot .we took out of the hospitals medical custody— or DOC's personal property that he'merely loaned to us for the evening. . '•*' •* *' ,-f. One thing we do' know, he sent us off on the most delightful tour PLANTATION BALLROOM WHITTEMpi-lE. IPWA Friday, Dec. 9 Jolly Lumberjacks Sunday Dec. 1 1 JACK COLE Friday, Dec/ 16 RAY STOLZENBERG Sunday p ,Pec, JJ 1 ' EDDIE* ALLEN" l_ • • • _L- Friday, Dec. 23 ELMER SCHEID Sunday, Dec. 25 Xmas TONY BRADLEY No Advance Booth Reservations Doors Open at 8:30 Lauren Bacdll. above, and John Wayne are co-starred in "Blood Alley,"- the stirring adventure -.drama which plays next Tuesday-Wednesday and Thursday at the Algona theater. The picture is produced,'in • CinemaScope and Colpr. . "•' Wagner B§'sure and read this page IhordUghiy 1 , and.4f Vou spat ' y6Ur ftame itidiyidually* ycm will receive^fre* admittance io the tfao ; bigVhit movies, "Female ort the Beach" and "Desert Sands", al the Al* goria Theater Sunday and Monday. Just give your name •at the"4box office. , Marguerite Mulligan ^Livernioiii by of America, and Europe, that ever'chartered a magic carpet. It was far from being just another show! Once you're seated and "Cinerama Holiday" begires you seem to move right into the center of that huge, semi-circular, three dimensional screen. You become a guest on the tour to end all tours. ' Not the scheduled, routine, blue-plateTepecial of real- life excursion agencies, but a round of visits to the inner-circle spots that shelter themselves behind the tourist fronts. Select gathering places where the more cosmopolitan natives entertain visiting relatives. Especially, if they have reason to suspect that said relatives have generous codicils firmly attached to valid wills! Dewey Skilling * * * * You drop in on Papa Celestin and his Original TuKedo - Dixieland Jazz Band, in" an intimate New Orleans night-spot, the Absinthe House. . Before you know it, you're in the middle of Papas little combo with instruments brushing past your ears as they "go to town" on their interpretation,- of "Tige,r Rag."—-We doubt that you'll find a real Jazz-time funeral on any standard gape- and-stare itinerary, but YOU'LL do a time-step with the mourners to Lafayette -Cemetery, ana back, in the funeral parade. Shuttling back and forth between Europe and America in the company 'of two young couples, each enjoying the wonders of the other's worlds you'll find thrilling, one e-in-a-lifetime experiences crowding one after anther into YOUR LIFE. It's that rea l!—A race down an Alpine ski-run, a wild bobsled ride that causes'the whole audience to lean sideways "keeping balance." You become a Parisian Lett-Bank student-artist and attend the "Ball of t the Four Seasons, visit sidewalk cafes, witness a High Mass at Notre Dame Cathedral, and join a fashion-show party at the home of Jacques Fath! Mrs Marie L. Ogren Ledyard School Xiiias Program Planned Dec. 19 Ledyard—^Hans are Under way for Christmas, programs as follows: The Methodist Sunday school program will be on Friday night Dec. 23. The grades Of the Ledyard Community school are presenting a program on Monday night, Dec. 19. Mrs E. A. Carpenter returned Thursday night from Maquoketa where she had been with her parents, Mr and Mrs J. G. Swartzell while her father underwent surgery at the hospital there. He was Improved enough to be able td go home this Sunday, to Olin. Ronald Lloyd who is in the Air Force and stationed near Phoenix is home on furlough visiting his mother and other relatives. Miss DeEtta Thovson and Mr and, Mrs Harold Inglet of Ledyard and Mrs Oliver Helgason of Armstrong went to Thompson on Friday .night to attend .the • wedding of Miss Olive Ullestad who taught, here last year and the two years previous. to that. Miss Ullestad was 'united in marriage to Roger Graber of Thompson at 8 p.m. on Dec, 2 at the Lutheran church in Thompson. 'At this time Miss Thovson poured, Mrs Helgason who was 'the former Dorothy McKean, and Mrs Charles Steinfeldt had charge of the gifts. The three taught here at Ledyard with Miss Ulles- stad. Mr and Mrs Graber after a wedding trip will be at home on a farm near Thompson. ALGONA, IOWA OPEN SKATING WEDNESDAY SATURDAY & SUNDAY NITES Available For PRIVATE PARTIES phone 826-U LeRoy lau, Owner Girl Scouts To Hold Xmas Party Algona's Girl Scouts will have a Christmas party at the Algona Country Club from- 1 to'3 p.m. Saturday afternoon, Dec. 10. A search for a hidden yule log will be one of the features. When it is found, a huge bonfire will be held and the girls will then go sledding on the snow-covered slopes. Singing, hot chocolate and doughnuts, served by the executive board, will close the festivities. LEDGERS. LEDGER SHEETS, columnar books ond pads, general bookkeeping supplies. Many forms carried in stock, and .quick service on those w<: may not have, Upper Des Moines. in the NEW newspaper building, Alfiona, la Mrs Luke Rlley fell last Saturday evening while going hfiitte ii onv town t ahd bfc-ke a bond in her ankle.;,- •/ ?v ;;« ...j«.v Nancy'Mackintosh, a.hufsesraid at Lutheran hosfJital , In. jFort Dodge, spertt 'Friday, and Satur.* day with her patents, Mr'and Mrs Hartley Mackintosh. - ;... , Tfie Pinochle -Club members were entertained 'at the home ,ot Mrs Ernest' Haack Tuesday afternoon. High - prize /in Pinochle went to Mrs Elmer. Gronbach and consolation. prize .to Mrs Herman /Gronba^h. Refreshments were served. '' _ _."-, Mrs. Link Hughes, Mrs Bill Davis, Mrs Ed Miller, and Mrs Clifford Baker went to the home of Mrs Catherine Reed Friday afternoon to help her celebrate iher birthday. Cards were, played during the afternoon. A luncheon was served. Mr and Mrs J. C. Kelley were supper guests Monday evening at'the Edward Hansen home, in honor of the birthday of Mrs Sansen. • . „..,•' Mrs Millie Nolle of Algona spent Thursday visiting at the Clarence Wells home. , Dr. and Mrs Jerome Behounek and sons ot Casper, Wyo., Mr and, Mrs Virgil Behounek and. family of Cedar Rapids and Mr and Mrs Roger Uhlenhake and family of' Charter Oak spent from Wednesday until Sunday-with their par- rjnts, Mr and Mrs Louife Behounek. ,-•",, , •i Sister Mary Gerald; who is attending school ip Ann'Arbor, Mich., spent her Thanksgiving vacation here with her parents, Mr and Mrs William Hastings. Mrs Mary Hauck has moved from her farm home south of town into the new house that she had built in the southeast part of town. • .. ": Mrs Dean Jones and daughter Marlene of Fort Worth, Tex, arrived Friday for a visit with her mother-in-law, Mrs Ole Sittler.; Ernest Miller visited Tuesday with his "mother, who is a,patient at Mercy hospital in Fort Dodge. She recently fell and broke her hip. . •••• * Mrs Millie Nolte of Algona visited Thursday evening with her sister, Mrs Mary Hauck. Mr and Mrs Jack Sykes received word.Monday of the birth of a son to 'Mr and, Mrs Fred Struthers at the -U. S. General Hospital : in -Frankfort, Germanyr-He weighed seven pounds, seven and a half ownces and h'as been named Phillip Eugene. • Guests Thursday evening at the Art Vaudt home in honor of the birthday of Mr Vaudt were Mt arid Mrs John Hohenbergei 1 , Rev. arid Mrs H. W. Schlei and family of Belle Plaine, Mr and Mrs Jarry Rutz and family, Mrs taymond Berte and Richard, and tfrs Bill Hauck,. an ienjoyable svening was spent. Refreshments jrought by the guests were sery- :d, Mr Vaudt received gifts from lis relatives. Helen and Lynn Rutz spent the day Saturday visiting their 'riends, Pamela and Diane mecke in Fort Dodge. The five children of Mr and Mrs Maurice Ryan spent a few days at the Roelf Kehne home While their parents attended the funeral services of Mrs Ryan's mother in Emmetsburg. • • ,' . l .•;.:. >i ' s By Mrs Jerry Heftlcirid ., Jrnith attended a 4>H meeting in Algona Saturday afternoon. Mr and Mrs Ed Telkamp visited the former's sister, Mrs Chares King, at Kamrar a week ago Saturday. They were accompan- ed by 'Mrs J. E. Telkamp who •emained in Fort Dodge. The Messers and Mesdames John Smith, Cort Ripperttrop, Ed Telkamp and Alvin Rippentrop attended funeral services for Charles King at Kamrar Wednesday. The deceased, a cousin of Mrs Smith, and brother-maw of Mrs Telkamp', died a week after receiving a broken hip after ialling downstairs. Mr and Mrs Burdette Hoeppner were hosts to their neighborhood FREE GLIDERS TO ALL YOUNGSTERS Thursday^ December 8, 1955 Alflorict-(la.) Upper Das Molnes-7 young couples card club Saturday evening. Mr and Mrs V. E. Lester;and Juanita were Sunday dinner guests of Mr and Mrs D Wayne Lester. Mr V. A. Barrett left Wednesday for Chicago where he will attend a special Band Directors School. This is an annual meet* ing. Sunday afternoon visitors at the Olvin Haug's were Mr & Mrs DeVere Newton and family. Saturday "evening Mr and Mrs Richard Kinseth and family were there, The Algona Upper Des Moines fias the largest circulation in Koa- 6Uth county of any publication. ALGONAni SUNDAY - MONDAY - 2 TOP HITS! . ; Mr and Mrs Vernon Smith and family accompanied by v Mr and Mrs James Smith visited Mr and Mrs Pete Theisseh 1 -at Dolliver Friday evening. , 'Members of the Westminstei Fellowship and their sponsors Rev. and Mrs Harlan Kruse were entertained at the Jerry Heetland home Wednesday evening for their regular, monthly jsarty. Gerald Heetland' and Margaret Ennen were <«ie hosts. ,' The P.T.A. met at the school house Monday night with, Mr and Mrs Ronald Heetland and Mr and Mrs John Ukena, hosts. Dr. Murray gave a very interesting ;'alk on Civil Defense, and Mr Buchanan of Algona spoke on communism. « Mr and Mrs V. A. Barrett attended; a "Barber Shop Sing" contest at the Ledyard school Wednesday night. Mr Barrett was one of the judges. Mr and Mrs Raymond Winter, Carol, Jimmie and Mike, Mrs C, A. Gutknecht, Shirley and Janet SAT. MORNING at 10 o'clock Adm.: 25c and 50c U. ITS STORYBOOK WQNDER BECOMES SCREEN MAGIC! PARTIES COMINGJJP Dec. 8 — Mrs Naylor, school bus no. 1, Algona, Dec. 13 — Algona Bit and Spur Club. Doc. 16 — E V Brethren Church, Rev. Varce Stilson. Dec. 29 — IYF. Methodist Church, Algona. Worth 25c on rentals Saturday Pec. 12 or 10« Sunday, Pec. 13 Your heart will skip a beat as your airliner squeezes through a narrow, jagged pass high among the cloud-enshrined Alpine peaks. Skaters, performing amazing feats in the St. Mont/ ice-revue, "Holiday On Ice" will whizz past your table a*t the edge of the Suvretta House rink.—And, all the time, you are there! You're in and out of Las Vegas Casinos, a New England country fair, the Apache country, San Francisco s Chinatown, the Paris Lido, the Vista-Dorne of a California Zephyr or the Luxembourg Gardens during a performance of the Gui- gnol puppets.—And—we haven't STARTED to list your experiences! Friday, Dec. 16 ANNUAL ALGONA MERCHANTS FREE CHRISTMAS THEATRE PARTY Ask at any cooperating store displaying red and yellow card for your FREE ticket. IOWA'S WONDER.SHOWPLACl CLEAR LAKE , I.OWA FRI.. DEC. 9th ANDY DOLL And His Ridge^Riders SAT., DEO. "10 JULES HERMAN And His Orchestra_ 13th ~TUES., DEC. 13th \ Farm' Bureau Families Fun Night Booths Available for New Year's Eve , , HENRY CHARLES 1 ;-> . And Orchesfra_ ,« * Corresponding Admissions , With Reservations are nec- ; essarv — Booths for four > —$1.20. For Six—$1.80. : Adm.: 2.22 plus tax, tot. 2.50 THURSDAY ___':_ FRIDAY __— SATURDAY s Grand Prize Venice 1953 Special Award ALGONA4V A story of love and marriage, frankly, vividly startling and very exciting. A dramatic masterpiece that no picture goer can afford to miss! Mrs Clara Sankey 10 tickets good for Saturday or Sunday afternoon includes admission qnd shoe skates - $4 •vyou save $1. 9r individuals. + :** MUSIC? There's opera and honky-tonk, ballet and -choral club 'Jazz band and church Mass. There's Papa Cclestin's group, the St Cyr Military Band, Notre Dame Cathedral's boychoir, llu> Dartmouth Glee Club, the U.S. Naval Academy Choir. We can't begin to enumerate the music treats! , - , , And THRILLS? We hope we look well in goose-pimples. We 11 be' wearing them for a month of Sundays! You tear through space in a Navy jet at close to supersonic speeds—but, when you hurtle down for a speedrplus jet- landing on the flight deck of a small carrier -—-Whoooeeee!!!! Good thing we have strong vocal chords. Something had to keep the old heart from jumping out pf our throat! What ii night! « * » Now do you see why we de* sorted a hospital cot for a "CINERAMA HOLIDAY?" Wm. Schneider Screen: Friday Only December 16 Continuous from 1:00 P.M. "WONDERFUL!"...n™ "ArlNEFILM... A GEM!".. STAMP PADS, ink, rubber stamps, daters, etc. at the Upper Des Moires Pub, Qe , office §«jppjy checkwntcrs, office supplies, al the Upper Des Moines, Algona. "A SMASH!" ...Newsweefe rVTARTY 7 ERNEST B&RGNINE PLUS CO-HIT A rare and exciting film, as proud and majestic as its wild stallionl . , . M STERLING will CECIL KELLAWAY- CHARLES DRAKE .JUDITH EVEIYN • NATALIE SCHAFER PLUS BONUS HIT Sweeps The Screen lliM Thousand Sandstorms/ SATURDAY, DEC. 10 MIDNITE 11:30 P.M. - ALL SEATS 60c ADULTS ONLY PLUS THIS COMPANION HIT T&eTWINKLE IN BOD'S EYE MICKEY RODNEY COLEEN GRAY The stpry of a frontier oarson with a sense of humor v . . he turned "sin-town" upside WITH MICKEY KNOX AND INTRODUCING AMIE O'HARA? Photographed at a REAL NUDIST PARK und«r th* supervision 9nd with thj approval The American Sunbathing Association.
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