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WHERE TO GO WHAT TO DO Behind The Movie Sets WITH BUDDY MASON Hollywood, Calif. _ World's Championships are changing hands at a furious rate on Stage No. 30 at Columbia's Back-ranch, these days!—However, little or no physical damage is in evidence for both the contenders and ex- champs are merely rehashing famous championship bouts between scenes. If fight night at the Hollywood Legion Stadium, finds many of the^ ex-ring idols missing from their regular seats, there is no cause for alarm. In all probability, director Mark Robson is working them late on Humphrey Bogart's new picture, "The Harder They Fall." And, no one can deny that the boys are enjoying every minute of the job. Herman Warmbier Past and present champs wan. der in and out of the huge stage all day, "cutting up touches" with "Bogey" and each other. In fact, so many of the boys "just happen to drop by" that first assistant-director Milton Feldman has to sort out his hired pugilists from the visitors before every "take."—Most of the local boxer's have dropped around, (if you'll pardon the expression), to size up the stratospheric Mike Lane. Mike is the towering young giant who, plays "El Toro," a South American heavyweight who, oddly, reminds us of both Firpo and Camera. Bernard Zellar The jovial Max Baer, as usual, manages to keep all hands entertained between camera setups with anecdotes and a running fire of hep patter. Offstage, as well as on, Baer is a fine entertainer. One of his favorite yarns concerns his first visit to New York. If you can picture the very sophisticated Baer of today as a "native country boy, with good championship possibilities," —that's the way he describe? CHILDREN'S DANCING LESSONS Ballet — Tap — Modern Starting Sat. Jan. 14 MOOSE HALL Register before Jan. 12 by phoning 734-W HELEN FRENCH 1-2* IOWA'S WONDER SHOWPLACt The SURF CLEAR LAKE , IOWA FRL, JAN. 13lh KENNY HOFER SAT., JAN. 14th JULESJHERMAN & ORC1HL TUES., JAN." 19th" ~ Western Jamboree 2 Professional Callers DUDE RANCHERS Ladies: Free Men $1.00 8 lo 12 WED., JAN. 19lh Crippled Children Benefit EDDIE ALLEN & ORCH. PLANTATION BALLROOM WHITTEMORE, IOWA Friday, Jan. 13 RAY STOLZENBERG Sunday, Jan. 15 DON SHAW Friday, Jan. 20 KENNY HOFER Sunday, Jan. 22 CLEM BRAU Friday, Jan. 27 SPIKE HASKELL No Advance Booth Reservations Doors Open at 8:30 himself. Everyone had a "big deal" to offer, and papers to sign. When someone finally straightened out Baer's affairs, he claims that he found he'd sold 110% ot MHX Baer! Nearly every promoter in town owned a "piece" of the coming Champ! Adda M. Price Besides "Bogey" and Max the fine cast includes Rod Steiger, Jan Sterling, Mike Lane, Jersey Joe Walcott, Carlos Montalban, Harold Stone, Felicio Orlandi, Nehemiah Persoff, Herbie Faye, Edward Andrews, Vinny De Carlo, Tommy Herman, Pat Comiskey, Rusty Lane, Val Av-. ery, Jack Albertson, Mark Scott, Joanne Rio, Julie Benedict and Pat Dane. Among the many timekeepers, seconds, handlers, sports figures and other minor "bits" in the picture, we find names like Phil Bloom, Joe Click and "Kid" Wilson. Johnny Indrisano is playing one of the referees as well as being technical director of the fight sequences. Helen Scott Producer Philip Yordan and "Bogey" are having a glorious time. In fact, every dyed-in- the-wool fight enthusiast on the set is enjoying a sports-fan's holiday. Even lovely Jan Sterling, who may not Understand much of the ring jargon, has a pleasant time on this picture. Where else could a beautiful gal have this many be-muscled ring heros jump to open stage-doors and bring her glasses of water? When Jan goes to her dressing- room—or returns—a few score of husky males do a synchronized eyes-right, or eyes-left! It reminds you of a "tennis match as their heads turn In unison. Chester Harmon And, wjiat a spot for a sports reporter who has a few forgotten dates, or facts not listed in sports records, that he'd like to run down. This is the time and place to get his facts authenticated. There's just one catch!—With all the wealth of interesting reminiscence and anecdotal material that he'd be trying to store away in his memory, how could he reacall the elusive data be needed? It would simply have to remain "elusive!" LuVerne, Titonka Share Twin Bill LuVerne and Titonka shared a basketball doubleheader at Lu- M'ne, Jan. 3 as the home boys took a 72-56 verdict after the Indian girls annexed the opener, 54-47. Titonka led throughout the girls game, which was close all the way. Hipp got 27 points, Ullmann 14 and Bess 13 for the winners, while Patterson notched HI for LuVerne. Titonka grabbed a 19-13 lead in the first period of the boys contest, but trailed at the half, 48-34. as LuVerne's hot-shots couldn't miss during the second period. Joe Henderson got 25, Stripling 25 and Baker 18 points for Lu- Verne, while Sathoff got 27 for the losers. Livermore News Mr and Mrs James Hughes and Mr and Mrs Harold Hunt and daughter of Algona were entertained at a Christmas dinner Monday, Dec. 26, at the Hartley Mackintosh home. Both parents of Rudy Harig are quite ill at St. Ann hospital in Algona. Dr. and Mrs T. D. Rossing and two daughters spent the day Christmas with Mrs Rossiag's mother, Mrs Harr in Algona. Frankie Collins, son 'of Mr and Mrs Francis Collins, was confined to his home with the mumps. "Sonny" Lane, who is stationed at Camp Chaffee, Ark., is spending a leave here with his grandparents, Mr and Mrs Everett Lane. Ruth Ann Jensen, who is attending ii business college in Des Moines, spent her vacation with her parents, Mr and Mrs Leslie Jensen. John Hintz, who is making his home with his daughter, Mrs Herman Pooch, at Ottosen, spent Christmas here with his daughter, Mrs Culvert Johnson. Jack Zeimet, who is stationed at Camp Chaffee, Ark. spent a leave over Christmas with his parent.s, Mr and Mrs John Zeimet. Mr and Mrs Robert Devine and family of Omaha, Neb. und Mr and Mrs John Devine and sons of Mount Ayr spent Christinas with iheir mother, Mrs Bess Devine and uncle, Frank Devine. Mr and Mrs Henry Zeimet and family and Mr. and Mrs Peter Zeimet were supper guests Christmas day at the Ray Zeimet home. PROMOTED At Mount Vernon, Mrs Burt Neal received a phone call from her daughter recently tu advise that the latter's husband. Bill Thiiinas, l,:i-; been promoted to the r.uik oi lioutt.-nant-oilnnel. Col. Thomas is the co-pilot ol President Eisenhower's plane. IF IT'S NEWS — WE WANT II Mrs Perry L. Byam New Discovery E1 s a Mariinelli, a discovery of Kirk Douglas, stars with him in his first indep- dent production, "The Indian Fighter," which will open Sunday at the Algona Theater through United Artists release. The picture was filmed in CinemaScope and color. Co-feature on the same program Sunday and Monday is the comedy hit, "Gentlemen Marry Brunettes," with Jane Russell and Jeanne Crain. Super-Western Morning Show Joel McCrea in "The Lone Hand," a technicolor super-western, selected from the Children's Film Library, is the third of the Saturday morning show series to be held this week at the Algona theater. Several colored cartoons will also be shown. There are still six of the series of eight shows to be presented, and tickets for the series are $1.00 to children through the eighth grade. Single admissions are 25c. Bancroft Boys Add To Total In U. S. Navy Bancroft—Lyle Torine who has been home on a 30-day leave from the Navy left Friday from Ames for Sacramento, Cal. His mother accompanied him as far as Fort Dodge where she will spend the weekend with her daughter and family, Mr and Mrs Fred Hudson. 4 Boys Join Navy Phil Vaske, Walter Renger, Donald Schiltz, William Goche left January first for the Navy. All these boys are graduates of St. John's High School. Mr and Mrs P. H. McNertney received word of, the birth of a daughter of Mr and Mrs Willard Quinn of Castro Valley, Cal. Thursday, Dec. 22. Mrs Quinn is the former Mary McNertney. Be sure to read this page thoroughly and if you spot your name individually, you will receive free admittance to the two movies, "Gentlemen Marry Brunettes" and "The Indian Fighter", playing Sunday and Monday at the Algona Theater. Just give your name at the box office. COMING SUNDAY! BIG! ITS BUXOM! /rs BEAUTIFUL! JEANNECW IN ANITA LOOS' ,—«- •« ••'—• — — Gent toien Marry _ Brunette" . color by Technicolor E.e.-uNe Producer ROBERT BASSlER RelijSijdtmuUMTED ARTISTS Companion Hit I t Kirk Douglas in "THE INDIAN FIGHTER" Her mother, Mrs P. H. McNertney, has been in California the past month with her daughter. Mr Quinn is the son of the Jack Quinns of Lone Rock. The infant son of Mr and Mrs Joe Crowley Jr., was bapti/.ed James Brian in St. John's Catholic church. The baby was born Nov. 24 at Holy Family hospital in Estherville. Mr and Mrs Joseph Cogley oi Algona, Mr and Mrs Palmer Jensen and family, Mrs Rose Murphy and Mrs Mary Smith were dinner guests of Mrs Elizabeth Lampe Thursday. . Colletteand Lawrence Kockler were Christmas guests at the Jake, Kockler home on Christmas. Other guests were Dick Kockler who was home from the service and Mr and Mrs Sylvester Kockler and family. Wesley Legion Auxiliary Plans A Card Party WeSley—The American Legion Auxiliary met Thursday evening, Jan. 5, with Mrs Edna Flom, president, presiding. Nyla Newbrough and Pauline Pfeffer served lunch. It was reported that several baskets of food were given to shut-ins at Christmas time. They voted to give $3 to the March of Dimes. Mrs Flom appointed Nyla Newbrough, Mary Lou Studer, Madeline Grant, Rita Ricke and Mrs Hartley as a committee for a public card pajjty to be held soon. Helen Johns&t^vvon the cash door prize. ^ • i Following lunch 500 was played. Mary Forburger won high score prize and Mrs Hartley low score prize. Mary Lou Studer and Nyla Newbrough were on entertainment committee. Beatrice Hildman and Josephine Meurer will be responsible for entertainment at the next meeting, Feb. 3. committee. In bridge Wednesday evening Lucille Nelson won high score prize and Mildred Arndorfer low score prize. Mission Society Elects , The Catholic Missionary Society held its regular meeting Wednesday afternoon. Mrs Leo Hanig was elected president of the Society and Mrs Clara Erd- m;m, secretary-treasurer. They succeed Mrs Clara Hauptman, president; Mrs Josie Gouge, treasurer and Mrs Mary Forburger, secretary. Attend Baptism Mrs Sophia Hildman and son Leo visited Mr and Mrs Aelred Hildman and family at their home near Burl Wednesday morning, Jan. 4. The baby girl born to the Aelred Hildmans Dec. 20 was baptized Sunday, Jan. 1. Leo Hildman was godfather and Kathryn Button of Bancroft was godmother. C. D. of A. Meeting The C. D. of A.'s held their regular meeting Wednesday evening, Jan. 4. Following the business meeting bridge and 500 was played. Mesdames Viola Studer, Francis Weber, Clara Hayerly, Sara Raney, Elizabeth Hildman and Miss Beatrice Hildman were on the serving, committee. On the entertainment committee were Mesdames Mary Krieps, Bernadine Hildman, Kathryn Hamilton, Carolyn Hatten and Miss Kathryn Willems. Jennie Goetz got the door prize and Mary Forburger, the lucky cup prize. The next meeting will be on Wednesday evening, Jan. 18 with Mesdames Madonna Studer, Matilda Goetz, Agnes Lickteig, Anna Cink, Mildred Studer on the entertainment committee. Mesdames Anastacia Richtsmeier, Mary Weber, Madeline Grant, Florence Hildman, Mary Kay Studer and Lucille Nelson will be on the entertainment Farewell Honors , Will Titus was honored at a surprise farewell party by a large group of neighbors Monday evening, Jan. 2. 500 was played; Mrs Urban Lickteig won high score prize and Lee Goetz won low score prize. Titus has sold his farm northeast of Wesley to Mr and Mrs Leonard Arndorfer who will move there before Mar. 1. Arndorfers sold their 80 acre farm just east of Wesley to A. C, Quinn ol West Bend. Titus will move to California. Anniversary Series Mr and Mrs Herman Bode and Marlene and Mr and Mrs Franklin Bode attended the golden wedding anniversary observance of Herman's parents, Mr and Mrs Harry Bode of Algona, Tuesday, Dec. 27. That date was also the 27th wadding anniversary of Mr and Mrs Herman Bode and the first wedding anniversary of Mr and Mrs Franklin Bode, son and daughter-in-law of the Herman Bode's. Mrs Vivian Kelch and six children of Worthington, Minn, spent several days last week at the parental, Mrs Viola Studer home., They were also guests in the Everett Ackerson, Gayle Studer and Julius Matz home. Members of the Upper Flat Congregation held their annual get-together at the Rev. Percy Carlsson home Thursday, Jan. 5. A covered dish dinner was served at noon followed by a social afternoon. The Paul Engens had, as ,their New Year's" Day guests, Laura Hansen, Orville Moore rfnd Mrs Johanna Hansen. Mrs Hansen remained for several week's visit. Rupert Young left for El Monte, Calif. Tuesday, Jan. 3 to visit his sister, Mrs Ted Worsley and brother Albert Young and their families for several weeks. Mr and Mrs Orville Joseph and family of Algona were Monday evening, Jan. 2nd supper guests in the Will Halterman home. The families are former neighbors. Rev. and Mrs Frank Webb were hosts to 18 Methodist ministers and their wives of the Algona sub. district Tuesday, Jan. 3rd in their home. Mr and Mrs Richard Anderson Friday -- 13th (11:30 P.M. All Seats 60c) ALGONAtv I bV^eat^VVJ5 f2S*!t» rou WITH Two Classic Chillers ! ton Chaney John Carradine in 'THE MUMMY'S GHOST" Spencer Tracy Ingrid Bergman Lana Turner in "DR. JEKYLL AND MR. HYDE" spent the New Year's weekend in Panora with her parents, Mr and Mrs Alfred Nelson and with other relatives. On Monday they accompanied Gordon and Merle Giddings to Lake Park to spend the day in the Homer Anderson home. Carol Hansen R. N. left Jan. 9 for San Francisco, Calif, to find hospital work there. She was accompanied by Shirley Faulk R. N. of Council Bluffs. Mr and Mrs Theron Hansen, Carol Valgene and Teddy spent several days with Mrs Hansen's parents, Mr and Mrs Elam Johnson and other relatives at Washington, Iowa over the New Year's weekend. Valgene left from Cedar Rapids to a new navy assignment at Puerto Rico and Teddy remained at Ames to continue college work in Aeronautical engineering. Mr and Mrs Ray Madsen and son John and Norma Hansen, all of Des Moines spent Monday in the Ray Hansen home. Mr and Mrs Philip Goetz and family spent New Year's Day with his parents, Mr and Mrs Mike Goetz and family at Sargeant, Minn. > Mr and. Mrs Carl Froehlich have announced the engagement of their daughter, Madonna Marie Froehlich of Washington, D. C. and Grover L. Foote, Lieutenant U.S. Army of Washington, D. C., son of Mr and Mrs Lorm W Foote of Chicago, 111. A fall wedding is planned. A Byro family reunion was held at the Lester Larson farm home Monday, Jan. 2. Mr and Mrs George Detmering and daughters spent Dec. 27-31 in Fontana, Kan. with his grandmother, Mrs E. L. Funk and other relatives. The Luther and Charles Ny- gaards attended a Woodman lodge supper and party at LuVerne Tuesday evening, Jan. 3. Cletus West submitted to an emergency tonsillectomy at Britt hospital Thursday evening, Jan. 5. The Evangelical Free Congregation held their annual week of prayer, Jan. 2 to 7. Monday evening at Ole K. Floms, Tuesday evening at Dr. Paul Warners; Wednesday evening at Fred Tuesday, January 10, 1956 'Algona (la.) Upper Des Molhe»-3 Bentels; Thursday evening at Cliff Carlsons and Friday evening at Mrs Anna Funnemarks. Victor Lnebig was a patient in St. Ann hospital several days last week. K. Y. N. Circle meets Wednesday, Jan. 18 at the Methodist Church. The Mary Circle meets that day at the P. C. Haynes home with Mrs Carl Johnson assisting. Mr and Mrs Ray Hansen visited his mother, Mrs Hattie Hansen Tuesday at the Roberts Rest Home in Algona. Named by "This Week" magazine as one of the 10 top pictures of the year! . . , . NOW PLAYING Thru Wednesday treachery stained every sfbne of The Great Pyramid I vaf» iwmtr 'Wftww-y swm» TSSW v< %ws*''' '»».& wwf «%ss»' FILMED IN EGYPT WITH A CAST OF THOUSANDSI >ROM WARNER BROS. IN CINEMASCOPE AND WARNCRCOLO*. JACK HAWKINS « JOAN COLLINS • DEWEY MARTIN ALEXIS MINOTIS THURSDAY - 3 DAYS! Jeff Morrow 'THIS ISLAND EARTH" in Technicolor Ray Milland Mary Murphy ''A MAN ALONE" in color Barry's Recreation League Standings Hawkeye Lane« League Standings Published each week through Courtesy of Morck Dist. Co. & Storz Brewing Co. HAWKEYE LANES American League W ' L Studer's 53 19 Titonka r 49Vfe 22'/j Brandt Buick __' 45Vfe 20'/z Baker Livestock 40 32 Hamilton >: Hatchery ..39M; 32'/2 Sjogren's 38M: 33 Vz Sorensen Mtr. 33 39 Boone Ridge 29% 42^ Robinson Produce ___.27V2 44',a Lions _•_: 27 45 Corwith ._ 25 47 Hefti Lockers 22 50 National League W L Algona Produce 52 20 West End Billiards -__44>>. 27'i Ernie Williams P-C __43 29 Seven Up 42'^ 29'/> Bancroft Oil 40 32 Burl ...38 34 Ready-Mix 38 ;$4 Ernie Williacs J.D _-.32 1 /2 39Vz Koss. Co. Imple. 28 Vi 43 Vz Britt 25 47 Ray's Jack Sprat 24 48 Rood Ins. 24 48 Western League W L Swartz Hdwe. 50 22 Pioneer Hi bred 49 23 Titonka 49 23 Burl 45 27 Mutual of Omaha 43 29 Plantation 40 32 Sjogren's 38 34 Sargent Feeds' 35 37 Albright Aero-Serv. -.31 41 Rapid Thermogas 24 48 Kossuth Motor 15 57 Thomas Skelgas 13 59 Classic League W L Hamm's 52% 19% Beecher Lane 49 23 .State Farm Ins 48% 23% 'S. & L. .._ 47 25 Plantation 41 31 Titonka 37 35 Hub Clothiers 32% 39% Si'fley Farms 31 41 Root Hdwe. 28% 43% Scobba Skelly Serv. -.23% 48% Miller High Life 21% 50% Burt 20 52 Mixed League W L Has Beens 56 16 Sinclair Oilers 53 19 Buckaroos 40 32 Vets 37% 34% Conoco Service 37 35 Standard Oil 36% 35% Brandt Buick 35 37 Aces -_.-. 34 38 Sargent Feeds 30 42 Farmer's Co-Op 26 Strudels 25 Hutzell's Cities Serv. .22 BARRY'S Monday Men W Bode Billiards _ 37 KCs 36% Miller High Life 32 Moose 32 Clark Grain 22% Bode D-X ,.22 Don's Phillips 66 ...1.18 Schulte Rec. 16 Wednesday Women W Druggists' Mutual 32 Cook's Welders 29% Thuente's 27% Bancroft 23 Moose 21% Coast-to-Coast 20 United Variety 15% Welp's Hatchery 11 Thursday Women W Sharp's ...30 Bill's Standard 26 Hood-Winks ..24 Van's 24 Storz-ettes 22 ASC 22 Bradley Bros. 17 Warburg's 15 46 47 50 L 17 22 22 31% 32 36 38 L 13 15% 17% 24 23% 25 29% 34 L 15 19 21 21 23 23 28 30 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, too. That's why smart moderns agree Storz is truly AlVIERIC/V! ISEER

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