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WHERE TO GO WHAT TO DO Behind The Movie Sets WITH BUDDY MASON Hollywood, Calif. — Don't be surprised if Film Stars Shirley Jones and Barbara Ruick take along Campfire Girls' on their next Northern location! There's, nothing like shivering in night dress on the lawn of a Maine cabin in the "wee-sma" hours to convince a pair of. amateur tinder-tinkerers that they should leave such chores to Indians, veteran firebugs and the Campfire contingent. * *. * It all happened on location in Maine . while 20th Century^Fox was filming Rodgers and Hammerstein's "Carousel." Retiring, one night, to their cabin at Outlook Inn, Southport Island, the two lovelies stepped into a cold, cheerless interior. Now, in Maine, "when the frost is oh the pumpkin," the defrosting job requires llame-throwers. When it's "a trifle chilly," to the natives, that's the cue for visitors to burrow a deep hole in dead center of a feather, mattress,.take along survivor's rations and hibernate until the next "warm spell" arrives. Perhaps it was the spacious fireplace .that disarmed Shirley and Barbara, Or those "Winter Homelife in Maine" type of paintings seen in every art gallery. The girls didn't know that most of this "fireplace art" originates in steam-heated Greenwich Village studios to which the artists have fled from Maine, just one jump ahead of chilblains. No pne told them that the crackling fires were lit for modeling purposes only, by fingers thawed out far from the rigors of a "Down .East Cold Spell." //i io SURF BALLROOM TWO GREAT ATTRACTIONS L SUNDAY, APRIL 29 Pat Boone Top Male Vocalist of Records — TV Star of Godfrey TV — Radio Shows with KILLINGER'S ORCHESTRA WED., MAY 2nd The Waltz King — Wayne King Recording — TV Star Top Favorite Band With Dancers Reservations Now Available Both Dates TUESDAY Thru THURSDAY ALGONA© The WEST'S. BIGGEST, ' BOLDEST STORY?*» M-G.-M's Daring Drama of The Buffalo punters—and The Captive Indian Beauty They Both Wanted! THE IAST HUNT starring TAYLOR•GRANGER Lloyd Oebro Russ NOLAN • PAGET-TAMBLYN There, in front of the two girls, was their picturesque fireplace, complete with tinder, matches and logs. And, there on the wall was a "Winter Homelife in Maine" type of art calendar for a pattern. All the props for a cheerful, warming fire were assembled. All, that is, except a Special Effects-Man to coax a fire to life. Kaive and trusting, Shirley Jones arid Barbara Ruick, built a neat pyramid of tinder and started oil th^ir first box of rrt'atdhes. Soii..-Vj\v, everything had Worked more smoothly in mat dimly remembered, clothbound edition of "The Pioneei Girls in Maine." * * # At a stage bordering on iota: exasperation 'and just short ol complete numbness, the stubborn operation jelled. Perhaps the burnt match-sticks caught fire- At any rate, "Carousel's" famous femmes whooped '? with delight and retired to their bedroom to await the hard earned warmth. Half an .hour later, Miss Ruick awoke :,to find smoke drifting into the room, Alarmed, she hastened to the'living room omy to find it filled with smoke. Rousing Miss Jones, both girls raced out into the open crying "FIRE!" • * ' » * Until an emergency forces two nightie - clad beauties - in - distress out into the night, it is difficult to conceive the true stature of the average male. Men appeared from nowhere, spied the girls—and became heros on the spot.' Willing rescuers became so numerous that they cluttered the Wesley Schools Set Dates Of Graduation Wesley — The commencement exercises of the public school will oe held in the school, auditorium; Wednesday evening. May 16. \llen Whitfield, an attorney from Moines, will deliver the address. Father Joseph Studer of Fort Dodge will give the Baccalaurate sermon Sunday evening, May 13 to the 18 graduate's. The Junior-Senior banquet will be held Wednesday evening. May 2 in St. Joseph's parish hall followed by a prom in the public school auditorium/ Bobby Grines will furnish the music. oetx were servers at the regular meeting of the Catholic Missionary Society Wednesday afternoon, April'18. The C. D. of A. will meet Thursday evening, April 26, for their initiation ol candidates instead of Wednesday evening, April 25 as previously announced. E. R. Stansberry of Ottumwa spent several days last week with his daughter, Mrs Elof Pearson and family. The public school baseball team defeated Titonka 5-4 in a game played here Wednesday afternoon. Coach Bruce Cranston, Mrs Mary Rockwood, Ethel Flom and Mrs Mildred Johnson attended t. county Council 1 for teachers at Lone Rock Wednesday evening, April 18. Bill Locbig and Lou Simpson attended a Standard Dealer's and Agents Conference at the V.F.W. Club rooms in Mason City Tuesday. premises. Somehow, the sight of Miss Jones in her flannelette nightgown and Miss Ruick in her modern "shortie" sleeping coat, as they shivered in the night air, brought out enough male protective instinct to cope with a major disaster. At the peak of confusion, when heroics were fast becoming a drug on the market, at least a dozen of the hardier heros dashed into the smoke-filled cabin. There, they discovered that the damper had been accidentally closed. And just when all hands were primed for deeds of derring- do! *' * * "After the cabin fiad been aired out sufficiently by the frigid night air, the girls returned. On the wall, "Winter Homelife in Maine" leered at them from its calendar in the deep-freeze atmosphere. Who knows? Perhaps they have Campfire Girls in Greenwich Village! If so, Shirley Jones and Barbara Ruick have a suggest!.'-, for starting future fires. Wh> not gather up all copies of a certain type of calendar !!! ->i. Joseph's Prograrn A group of boys and girls will receive their first Holy Com- nunion in St. Joseph's Church Sunday, May 6 and the 8th grade graduation exercises will be held Sunday morning, May 20. St. Joseph's parochial school las a new movie projector and an educational film is shown weekly in the large room that was renovated from the Sister's former sleeping quarters in the school building. A part of the Sisters, former living quarters downstairs, is being used for a music room. New wiring has been placed as a back stop on the baseball diamond. Lt. Schipull In LuVerne After German Duty LuVerne—1st. Lt. Gerald Schipull arrived to visit in the home of his parents, Mr and Mrs Albert A. Schipull. The trip home was made by air from Frankfurt Germany where he has been stationed the past three years in the Air Force. He will report, to an air base in North Dakota. Tuesday, April 24, 1$56 Algeria (ia.) Upper Des Mom«n~? groups. During the course of the evening the people were given ballots to rate each contestant. These ballots were correct on seven of thtf firsts and five of the second place winners. Butch Tobey was the only one to receive straight number one ratings from those votings. The .annual party for all music students and parents was held in the school lunch room Monday night. There were over 100 IP attendance. The party started off by the showing of the movie "Treasure of the Golden Condor." Ice cream floats were served after he movie. _uests in the horne of the Misses Bottle and Jennie Mason. Mr and Mrs Elmo Barber of Bode were Thursday evening dinner guests in the home of their on, Mr .and Mrs Robert Barber and sons. Mr and Mrs Charles Brown arc he parents of a nine pound, ifteen ounce sbn born Wednesday, April 18, in St. Ann hospital, Algona. They have three other ons. Mrs Brown is the former alien Meyer, daughter of Mr and Completes Course At Fort Riley FORT RILEY, KAN. — Army Sgt. Dick D. Eldund, son of Mrs LeRoy Elbert, Whittemoro, Iowa, recently was graduated from the Non-Commissioned Officer Academy at Fort Riley, Kan. Sergeant Eklund completed the academy's four week advanced course in leadership, tactics and methods of instruction. A squad leader in Company A of the 1st Infantry Division's 1st Engineer Battalion, the sergeant entered the Army in July 1950 and completed basic training at Fort Ord, Calif. His wife, Caroline, lives in Manhattan, Kan, The sergeant has served in the Far East. Tuesday Club Meets The Tuesday Club met Tuesday, April 17 with Mrs Harold Weber. Mrs Veva was the assistant hostess. Sara Raney showed a film on "Home Economics at the State College" and one on the band festival in Algona last year. Pauline Pfeffer gave the surprise number. The group voted to have a new picnic table made and to buy a new elm tree for the city park. Cub scouts of Mrs Don Kraus' den plan to paint the posts which form a fence on the parks west front. New Thissen Son Mr and Mrs Ed Thissen of Waterloo aite parents of their third child, an 8 pound boy born Wednesday, April 18. Mrs Thissen is the former Lillian Johnston, older daughter of Mrs Helen Johnson. Mrs Thisscn's sister, Mrs Martin Hamilton is caring for Diane and Michael Thissen. Housewarming Honors | Mr and Mrs Eugene Huff were honored at a housewarming Sunday evening, April 15. Self- nvited guests were Mr and Mrs Pony Brown, John Huff and Andrew, Mr and Mrs Leander Seimers and Mr and Mrs Jule Seller. Following a social evening the guests served lunch. Mrs Julius Kelch, Jim and :arol of Worthington, Minn. ,ame Thursday afternoon for a visit with her mother, Mrs Viola Studer, and other relatives. They visited relatives in Superior. Estherville and Algona enroute Wesley. Mrs Kelch is the former Vivian Studer. Mr and Mrs Louis Schaller of Coi with were callers at the J'ulius Mat/, home Friday. Mrs R. C. Bauer and Mrs Lou A baby boy was born to Mi 4 and Mrr/Ray Muller at St. lAnu hospital, 1 Algona, Monday, April 2. Mr and Mrs Ed Frye and family, Mr and Mrs Edmund' Otis Mrs Mary Otis and Ray, Mrs Will Hfrlterman, .Mr and Mrs Ray Becker and Mrs Urban Neuroth 'went to Dows Monday, April 16 to attend funeral services for Mi Frye's mother, Mrs Ida Mary Frye. Wesley Township Farm Bureau Women gave a skit on Safety at the annual Women's Day at the K.C. Hall near Algona Wednesday, April 18. Mrs John Blcich who teaches lower grades in the public school accompanied by her son and daughter of Britt went to Iowa City. Thursday to see Mr Bleich who was taken to an Iowa City hospital on Wednesday. He has been seriously ill for some time and had surgery there sometime ago. Boys and girls, 9 years or over, are invited to a square dance to be" held Friday night,'April 27 in the Studer hall. Mr and Mrs R. E. Newbrough are sponsoring the dance and will serve free lunch. Admission is 60 cents. Walter Smith, son of Mr and Mrs W. R. Smith, was brought .hojne over the weekend from the Brilt hospital where he had an appendectomy Saturday, April 14. He is a student at Iowa State College, Ames. Vincent Doughan and Steven, Mr and Mrs Elmer Doughan, Mr and Mrs Victor Loebig, and Kay attended the wedding of then niece, Shirley Doughan, daughter of Mr 1 and Mrs Ray Doughan ofeBritt to J8»ck Sallade of -BU>om- ington, 111., Thursday morning April 19, at St. Patrick's Catholic Church in Britt. Steven was one of the mass servers. Visit Farm Interests Mr and Mrs Willard Yoder of Bloomington, 111., visited Thursday at the Mr and Mrs Harry Naffziger home and looked after their farm interests here. Flown To Hospital , Mary Ann, ten and ons half months old daughter of Mr and Mrs Herbert Kaiser was flown by air ambulance Wednesday evening to the University hospital, Iowa City. The baby -who has been hospitalized there earlier was suffering from complications, due to a heart condi- ion. School Notes Two LuVerne students entered the annual State Typing Con,est held at the American Insti- .ute of Business in Des Moines Saturday. Those entered were Suzanne Harper and Myrn Northrop. There are also three Juniors who went to the contest .jut were not able to enter because it is open only to seniors Thb juniors were Marilyn Zentner, Kathy Bockes and Patti Patterson. Mr and Mrs Littlejohn accompanied the students. Last Wednesday evening a very large attentive group attended a concert given by. instrumenta and vocal soloists ,and smal Good Wi)l Club The Good Will Club met Thursday afternoon in the home of Mrs 'essie Stripling with Mrs Harold ^Jielson assisting hostess, Eighteen members were prc- ;ent and three guests, Mrs Mar garet Byson, Mrs Laura Meyer and Mrs Clem Stripling. For roll call, a plant and bulb ex change was enjoyed. After rout- ne business entertainment was conducted by Mrs Alvin Weber and Mrs William Goetsch. The May meeting will be with MB* Anna Blurner, Luella Blumer. assisting Misf Mr and Mrs Alfred St raid Inn der and children of Belmond, M and Mrs George Legge and Patricia of Garner were recent Mrs Ernest Meyer. J. DANCE Legion Ballroom BANCROFT Tues., May 1st WHOOPEE JOHN'S Original "Dutch Band" THE NATION'S , NO. T POLKA BAND Hi, FISHERMEN! Please Accept This As Our Personal, Sincere Invitation To Spend Your Vacation At One Of The Friendliest Resorts Anywhere . . . Where Guests Come Year After Year To Enjoy Relaxation And The Best Of Fishing In Our Two Bottle Lakes, Part Of The Famous Mantrap- Chain. We have a modern cottage waiting fcjr you and will be happy to make your reservation now while dates are still available. Write us for our complete story. 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The Finest Dance Tempos LARRY'S Monday Men W L Miller High Life _____ 64 33 Bode Billiardls ______ 61 3U Moose _______________ 61 38 K. of C. _____________ GO 39 "Bode D- X ___________ 44 55 Schulte Rec. ________ 3 8 Vis 60'/ 2 Clark Grain Co. . ..... 37M: 61 Vfe Don's Phillips 66 _____ 30 69 Tuesday Men W L Hamm's _____________ 55 41 Moose _______________ 56 37 Sec-ley Farms ________ 55 38 Blutz __________ ..... 54 45 Russ & Ky's --- ...... 51 48 Barry's ______________ 45 51 Peterson's ___________ 45 51 National Guard ______ 23 73 Wednesday Women W L PLUS THIS 30-MINUTE — FEATURE.TTE — THRILLS OF THE DEER TRAILS! •*0 mtttf Ifif . ftttAl* Narrated by THOMAS MITCHELL TECHNICOLOR PLANTATION BALLROOM WHITTEMORE, IOWA Friday, April 27 Jolly Lumberjacks Sunday, April 29 EDDIE ALLEN. Sunday, May 6 DON SHAW Mixed Doubles W Cihrome Cafe 28% Coast-to-Coast 28 Big Four 24 Cowan Motor Court -_23 Phonies —: 22 K and E 20% No Goods - 16 Algona Produce 6 HAWKEYE LANES American League W Titonka 88% Studer's 81. Brandt Buick ..79% Hamilton Hatchery _-74% Baker's Livestock 73% Sijogren's 72% Boone Ridge 52% Robinson Produce 51% Sorensen Mtr. 46 Corwith ---45 L' Swartz Hdwe. -83 41 13% Pioneer Hibred 78% 45% 14 Burt —77 , 47 18 Sjogren's 68 56 19 Mutual of Omaha 64 60 20 Sargent Feeds 64 60 21% Albright Aero-Serv. -.62 62 Thermogas 60 64 Plantation _ 53% 70% Thomas Skelfias - 31 93 Cook's Welders 56% 24% Hx'fti Lockers 41 mU.. 4 rt »,, riO \i.. *)Q ].i, T i .-in L- '.\f{ 26 36 L 35% 43 44% 49% 50 % 51% 71 % 72 % 78 79 83 Kossuth Motor ______ 23 101 Thuente's ___________ 52 M: Druggists' Mutual ____ 48 1 ,-; Bancroft Co-Op ______ 42 Moose ________________ 36 M. United Variety ______ 35'i; Coiist-to-Coast ________ 30 Welp's _______________ 22'ii Thursday Women W Sharp's _____ ..... _______ 53 Bill's Sandard ..... --48 Van's Cale ___________ 42 DeKalb _________ -. ______ 41 Storx-eUi'.s ____________ 37 W;illbur«'s Texaco _-_3fJ A.S.C. ______________ 35 Bradley Bros. _ ..... -.31 28% Lions 32 % National League W 39 Algona Produce , 86% 44% Seven-Up 73% 4o'/a West End Billiards ..-72 51 Ernie Williams P-C .-70% 58% Bancroft Oil Co. 67 L Ready-Mix 67 28 Burt Co-Op Elev. 66% 33 Ernie Williams J-D ...60% 39 Britt 52 40 Rood Ins. .-48 44 Kossuth Co. Impl. 40% 45 Ray's Jack Sprat 40 4(i Western League W 50 Titonka 84 L 37 % 50% 52 53 % 57 07 ' 57% 63 % 72 76 83 84 L 40 Claassic League W Hamm's 89% State Farm Ins. 85% Titonka v 74 S. £ L. 72 Beecher Lane Appl. -.71 Plantation 70 Hub Clothiers 57% Root Hdwe. 52% Seeley Farms 49% Miller High Life 43% Scobba Skelly Serv. --41 Burt .,-- 38 Mixed League W Sinclair Oilers 81 Has Beens 78% Brandt Buick 73 Conoco Service 71 Buckardos -• 69% Vets ~ 61% Aces 57 Standard Oil ,.--55% ., Farmer's Co-Op 55 " Sargent Feeds a- Strudels ---19 Hutzell's Cities Serv. -41 L 34% 38% 50 52 53 54 66% 71% 74 Via 80% 83 86 L 43 45% 51 53 54% 62% 67 69% 69 72 75 83 . Friday, May 11 SQUARE DANCING NO MORE OLD-TIME DANCES UNTIL SEPT. 7 No Advance Booth Reservations Doors Open at 8:30 The above Bowling Standings are Presented to You Each Week Through The Courtesy of MORCK Distributing THE $TORZ BREWING CO. Like a refreshing dip, Storz has what it takes to satisfy your thirst. 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