The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 10, 1956 · Page 43
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 43

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 10, 1956
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WHERE TO GO At Fort Dodge, W. E. Warnes, formerly of Eagle Grove, recently observed his 100th birthday. io e o= hnd llved in Eagle Gr0ve fl '°m 1885 to 1952, moving to a resi home at Foil Dodge. Mrs War nes is 92. They have 93 descend ants. DANCE Legion Ballroom BANCROFT Tues., April 17 JACK COLE And His "f&USIC OF MELODIES" Booth .Reservation '$1.00 Call : Reinsbach Color Center Phone 4101 Behind The Movie Sets WltM BUDDY MASOW Hollywood, Califv^-Despite the fact that Columbia's "Jubal" is filmed in Western locales, and boasts one of the best cattle drives, filmed in recent years, we doubt that it can be classed as a Western. True Oat Epics follow a set pattern. Love interest, if any, is injected as an afterthought. You can't disillusion the nation's moo- pets! It would never do to let the tricycle-set discover- that their two-gun heros actually ''kiss girls!" — And SEX? — We can't recall a single instance whe/'e the word was used in a Western script. * * » Perhaps that's why we're so certain that the Glenn Ford, Ernest Borgnine starrer, "Jubal" can't be called a Western. Most Horse Opera leading ladies are the sugary-sweet and gentle types. Their wardrobe always suggests that they'd still be comfortable if suddenly "Shanghied" Irvin Kenne AIRLINES NEED MEN AND WOMEN H. S. graduates, 1Q to 39, lo prepare for well paid positions, technical or non-technical. Public contact, hostesses, reset- vationists, station agents, radio operators, radio-radar- elecironics technicians, etc. Good pay, travel, glamour, security. Qualify now. Approved for veterans. Preliminary training need not interfere with present position. For information and interview mail couoon. Airline Training Division' of Central Institute Box No. 69-A, c/o Upper Des Moines, Algona, la. Name Age— Address City, State ._ Home Phone Bus. Phone . ALGONA© WEDNESDAY & THURSDAY GENERATES THE MOST DESPERATE EXCITEMENT THE SCREEN HAS EVER KNOWN! Bog art • bacK in hi* type of role I Romantic Twosome CO'tUrnrtO Arthur Kennedy • Martha Scott -Dewey Martin Gig Young • Mary Murphy Pro«uC«0 and OirtCUO Dy WILLIAM WYLE* Opens THURSDAY On Our Screen THURS., FRI. & SAT. Mark Stevens Dorothy Malone 'Jack Slade' — plus — John Derek Joan Evans THE OUTCAST" To the tune of Cole Porter's "It's De-Lovely," Mitzi Gaynor and Donald O'Connor fall charmingly in love in Paramount's giant new musical comedy "Anything Goes," arriving Sunday at i h e Algona Theatre. Bing Crosby, Jeanmaire and Phil Harris also star in the Vista Vision, Technicolor extravagarua, which features six Porter songs. for a Polar expedition without changing clothes. In fact, their pnysicai charms have been so well concealed that it is easy to understand why "Tex" would rather kiss his horse. Now, along comes "Jubal", with every indication that it may be a big, super-Western, and who dp you think they cast for the principal femme role?—Valerie French, Columbia's new British discovery, is picked for the part by director Delmar Daves. * * * Somehow, we can't picture the busty, green-eyed Miss French. \yith her air of complete sophistication, wearing a sun-bonnet and an ankle-length • ensemble. Especially, in view of the fact that London's BBC execs told the alluring Valerie that she was jus* too sexy for their TV shows. — Oh! Well! You can't stand in the way of progress! It's only recently that automobiles crashed the open-air epics to make an infrequent appearance on the celluloid range. Who knows? The day may have arrived when Western fans will grudgingly' admit that the gals out West actually have legs! « * , « Don't be surprised to hear that Tab Hunter, Natalie Wood and Sal Mineo will appear together in a top-flight, story out at Warner Bros Studio. — At the moment, all three young performers are riding the crest of a national popularity wave. — Tab, who is currently starring with Natalie in "The Burning Hills," walked away with the coveted title ol "Outstanding New Personality of 1955," in the first Audience Awards poll. Natalie and Sal won their Oscar nominations for their supporting roles in Warners' "Rebel Without Cause," starring the late James Dean. To put all three of these verj popular youngsters in the samy cast would be teaming up an attractive box-office combination If Warners can find a top-notch story suitable to thtir talents, watch for all three to appear to Aether. * « * Bob Hope is homo, again! (As of this moment). — By the time this is typed, Bob may have taken off into "the wild blue yonder" once more. Few men have chalked up as many air miles. Pilots excepted! While on the Continent, Bob used a French comic named Fer- nandel on one of his filmed .•shows. Fernandel was so outstanding in his guest-shot appearance that Bob may bring him U the United States for his nex! Ed Hackbarth PLANTATION BALLROOM WHITTEMORE, IOWA Friday, April 13 RAY STOLZENBEKG Sunday, April 15 HENRY CHARLES Friday, April 20 ANDY DOLL Sunday, April 22 BOBBY LINDEMAN Friday, April 27 Jolly Lumberjacks No Advance Booth Reservations Doors Open at 8:30 feature picture. In fact, due to his showcasing on the Hope show, Fernandel was "discovered" by the French TV net%vork. They now want to purchase the portions of Bob's filmed show in which Fernandel appears! We hope Bob found his residence without the aid of one of those "Guides To The Stars' Homes" services! — The lad who first said, "There's no place like home" must have worked with Bob Hope. It's a great place to take a brief vacation. And, eventually, a fellow will run out clean sftirt^! Charles p. Schaeffer May Remodel Rooms In Swea City School Swea City — The Swea City Community school board of education met Monday night, April 2, and discussed the remodeling of the kitchen and lunch room with representatives of the Interstate Power and Light Co. No action was taken. The board decided to remove the wall which separates the 2nd and 3rd grade 'rooms in the old building, to make a large class room for junior high students. Other business conducted w routine. Superintendent E. E. Stewart together with the board of education including Harvey C. Larsen, Lowell Larson, Glen Clark, Ralph Walker Jr. and- Ronald Johnson, chairman, attended 'a supper in Algona Thursday night. The supper was planned for superintendents and school boards from all Kossuth county high .schools. Swea-Harrison 4-H The April meeting of the Swea- rTarrison 4-H club was held April I at the home of Ronnie and Arnie Linde with Duane Jensen assisting. Thirty-five were present. After the business meeting Farm Project Enrollment reports filled out by members having some project other than baby betf. Robert Wiskus was elected go to the short course at Iowa State college with Ronnie Kaltved as alternate. Larry Torine with Ronnie Kaltved were elected to go to district 4-H camp and short course at Clear Lake, with David Kaltved and Billy Wjskus as alternates. The program, was led by Billy Wiskus who gave a talk. A discussion topic, "Getting Along With Your Family," was led by Treva Peterson, Mrs Lin- Je and Mrs Jensen served lunch, and games were played. moved into their new home in the north side of Swea City over the weekend. The George Selzers moved from an apartment in the Nyman residence to the Berhow house where the Johnsons had lived. A total of $460.75 was collected for the Red Cross during the recent drWe in Swea City, which topped the goal of $400. Bill Boland and Gifford Smith were chairmen for the drive. Mrs Addie Ewing left Sunday p.m. for a month's visit at the home of her son Elmer and family in Fairmont. C. A. Peterson, Mrs Minnie Johnson f Mrs Art Larson and son Alvm and her daughter Mrs Nels Hansen and granddaughter Connie Sue, spent Easter Sunday visiting their mother and grandmother, Mrs Nellie Peterson at Madrid. Mrs Peterson, 93, is living at the Iowa Lutheran home in Madrid. She is reported to be feeling fine, and happy in the home. Audrey Marie Walker of San Diego, Cal. and Bernard Burnett of Swea City, were married Vernon Daley Tuesday, April 10, 1956 Algona (la.) Upper Dei Melne*-4 Easter Sunday, April 1, at Camp City, is sergeant in the Marine Pendleton, Calif, marine base Corps. He enlisted in the Marines, chapel. The bridegroom, a son of shortly after being graduated Mr and Mrs J. W. Burnett, Swea from the Swea City high school. SIX WINNERS Be sure to read this page thoroughly and if you spot your name individually, you will receive free admittance to the outstanding hit movie, "Anything Goes", playing Sunday for three days at the Algona theater. Just give your name at the box office. Son For Sanftnen A son, James Robert, was born Friday, March 30, to Mr and Mrs Paul Sanftner at Holy Family hospital, Estherville. The baby weighed 8 pounds. He is the first child of his parents, and the first grandchild of both the maternal and paternal grandparents, Mr arid Mrs Wiskus and Mr and Mrs Frank Sanftner. The Swea City Lions club had their meeting Thursday night at Richardson's cafe. Jack Van Norman and Gerald Swalve gave reports on the "minstrel show put on by the Garner Lions recently. The two delegates with their wives attended the show, and gave enthusiastic accounts of the performance. The possibility of the Swea City club sponsoring a similar show another year, was discussed and met with favorable response. Gail Ann Johnson, daughter of Mr and Mrs Gayle Johnson, was honored at a pre-nuptial crystal shower March 31 at the home of Mr and Mrs Francis Treat, grandparents of Gail Ann's fiance, Max Treat. Hostesses included Mesdames Martin Dahl, Raymond Johnson, Oscar Peterson, Louis Stenzel and Francis Treat. Guests were girls and the mothers of girls and boys of the 1955 Swea City graduation class, of which Gail Ann was a member, also the mother and sister of her fiance, Mrs Floyd Treat and Mrs Marvin Larson. The wedding is scheduled for April 28. Sixteen ladies answered roll call at the Swea Homemakers meeting last week at the Glenn Paulson home. Mrs AlvinSwanson was assistant hostess. The lesson was presented by Mr Dettmer Thompson and Mrs Alvin Swanson. Mrs Hans Peterson gave a demonstration on making and decorating ceramics. Tickets for Lutheran Smorgasbord, Thursday, April 12, beginning at 5 p.m. will be s6hf at $1.50 for adults and 50 cents for hildren. Mr and Mrs Lament Johnson IOWA' Th WA'S WONDER SHOWPLAC e SURF IOWA Mrs Hilda Gronwall SUNDAY - 3 DAYS Chining St»r» fclng »nd pane* To COLE POHTiH'9 Glenn Burtis ALGONAjr* 2 HILARIOUS HITS I 2nd HIT John Barrymore Virginia Bruce "THE INVISIBLE WOMAN" HI, FISHERMEN! Please Accept This As Out Personal, Sincere InvLta- Hon To Spend Your Vacation At One Of The Friendliest Resorts Arifwhere . . . Where Quesls Gome Year After Year To Enjoy Relaxation And The Best Of fishing In Our Two Bottle Lakes, Part C>f The Famous Mantrap Chain. We have a modern cottage waiting for you and will be happy to make your' reservation now while dates are siill available. Write us for our complete story. Summers 7 Pino Point *****' Minn - 14tf HORSE, PONY & TACK SALE SUN., MAY 6,1:00 P.M. Rodeo Grounds, Algona (In Case of Rain At Algona Sales Barn) ' Lunch Stand on Grounds Seneca Saddle Club CLEAR LAKE FRI., APRIL 131h KENNY HOFEH And His Midwesternen SAT,, APRIL 14th EDDIE ALLEN And His Satin-Smooth Orch TUES.. APRIL 17in Western Jamboree Talent Hour — Ladies Free DUDE RANCHERS WED., APRIL 18th Danish Masked Ball ANDY DOLL And His Ridge Riders Coming FRI., APRIL 20th WHOOPEE JOHN t League Standings 15 & 18 Hawkeye Lanes League Standings Published each week through Courtesy of Morck Dist. Co. & Storz Brewing Co. HAWKEYE LANES American League W L Titonka 80% 33 Ms Studer's 76 40 Brandt Buick 72% 43Ms Hamilton Hatchery ..70% 45% Sjogren's 68% 47% Baker's Livestock 67% 48% Boone Ridge 48% 67 "a Robinson Produce 46% 69% Sorensen Mtr. 45 71 Corwith --v---' -42 74 Lions 38% 77% Hefti Lockers ---37 79 National League W L Algona Produce -82% 33% Ernie Williams P-C -.69% 46% West End Billiards --68 48 Seven-Up 66% 49% Burt Co-Op Eluv. 65% 50% Bancroft Oil Co. 60 56 Ready Mix 60 56 Ernie Williams J-D -.56% 59% Britt -.45 71 Rood Ins. 44 72 Kossuth Co. Imp. 39% 76% Ray's Jack Sprat 39 77 Western League W L Titonka 79 37 Swartz Hdwe. 76 40 Pioneer Hibred 75% 40% Burt 73 43 Mutual of Omaha 64 52 Sargent Feeds 62 54 Sjogran's 61 55 Thermogas 55 61 Albright Aero Serv. -.54 62 PJantEjtion 50% 65% Thomas Skelga.s Serv.- 29 87 Kossuth Motor 21 95 Classic League W L Hamm's - -85% 30% State Farm Ins. 78% 37% S. & L. 72 44 Titonka -~ 69 47 Beecher Lane Appl. -.67 49 Plantation 67 49 Hub Clothiers 51% 64% Seeley Farms 47 69 Root Hdwe. 46% 69% Miller High Life 40 76 Burt 36 80 Scobba Skelly Serv. -.36 80 Mixed League W L Sinclair^toilers 77 39 Has Beens 74% 41% Brandt Buick 69 47 Conoco Serv. -67 49 Buckaroos 61% 34% Vets 55% 60% Aces 55 61 Farmers Co-Op 52 64 Standard Oil 51% 64% Sargent Feeds 49 67 Strudels 47 09 Hutzell's Cities Serv. -37 79 LARRY'S Monday Men W L Bode Billiards - 60 33 Miller High Life 59 34 Moose _ 58 35 K of C 56 37 Bode D-X 42 51 Clark Grain Co. 35% 57% Schulte Recreation _.33V2 59% Don's Phillips 66 —.28 65 Tuesday Men W L Hamm's __.55 38 Moose -__52 35 Seeley Farms -* 49 38 Bla'tz 52 41 Russ & Ky's 48 45 Petersen's ._.. 42 48 Barry's 42 48 National Guard 23 70 Wednesday Women W L Cook's Welders 52% 22% Thuente's 48% 26% Druggists' Mutual -_-46% 28%. Bancroft Co-Op 40 35 United Variety 33% 41% Moose .32% 42% Coast-to-Coast 28 47 Welp's Hatchery 18% 56% Thursday Women W L Sharp's 49 26 Bill's Standard 43 32 DeKalb Hood-Winks .38 37 Van's Cafe , 38 37 Storz-Ettes - 35 40 ASC 34 41 Wallburg's Texaco ,..34 41 Bradley Bros. _ 29 46 Mixed Doubles W L Chrome Cafe 22% 10% Coast-to-Coast 23 13 Cowan Motor Court __22 14 Big Four - 17 13 Phonies 19 17 K and E 17% 18% No Goods 12 21 Algona Produce 5 31 The above Bowling Standings are Presented to You Each Week • Through The Courtesy of MORCK Distributing Co. 4ND THE STORZ BREWING CO. Like a refreshing dip, Storz has what it lakes 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 EBEE£R

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