The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 1, 1956 · Page 31
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WHERE TO GO WHAT TO DO Robert Perry, a construction worker of Mingo, was killed recently when he fell from the second story of a gymnasium in Baxter, While helping remodel. Death resulted from a fractured skull. Regular Price SUNDAY-3 Days THE WORLD'S GREATEST ACTRESS . . . IN HER ACADEMY AWARD ROLE! The boldest story of love you have ever been permitted to see. Punimonnl prr»rnl« BURT ANNA LANCASTER -MAGNANI ,.Hal Wallis 1 TBNNEMBC WlUIAM*' THE ROSE TATTO O Behind The Movie Sets WITH BUDDY MASON Hollywood, Calif.-—Brave, little Korea, struggling back to recovery after its heavy war losser,, has recently discovered that its war orphan problem has suddenly shifted into reverse! To completely solve the orphanage situation, they'd only have to send the kiddies over here in groups like the 25 cute, well- mannered, % bright-eyed orphans appearing " in "Battle Hymn" on the Universal-International lot. Everyone wants to adopt them. « * * However, the children must be returned to their homeland following this visit. This decision was made public as a result of the flood of American requests to adopt the tiny orphans. Every person who has had an opportunity to observe them promptly falls in love with these pint-size Ambassadors-of-Good-Will. Meanwhile, the winning waifs are living on Cloud Number IOWA'S WONDER SHOWPUCI The SURF CLEAR LAKE , IOWA FRI., MAY 4th ANDY DOLLS RIDGE RIDERS SAT., MAY 5ih EDDIE ALLEN An His Satin Smooth Orch. WED., MAY 9lh Teenage Dance SAMMY JENSON And Orchestra ALGONAi, Now Playing! A magnificent tuspense story! Recommended without reservation as one of the year's top hits! . . . TUESDAY Thru THURSDAY! THE WHO N "The most outrageous preposterous, barbaric idea in my 30 years of Naval Intelligence!'^ CUFTON WEBB • fiiwu GRAHAM E COLO* r,o*»M br ANDRE HAKIM • ou«u«» RONALD NEAME SoMnpiir \u NIGEL BALCHIN • - PIUS CARTOON & NEWS Seven in a Seventh Heaven of ice cream, candy, trips to the 7.00, movies, baseball and loving friends who are trying their best to arrange adoption. To these small visitors, America is, one giant Disneyland. We'd like to be present when, and if, they visit Walt Disney's magic kingdom and learn that there's more, much more of wonderment and ecstacy in store! * * * They're blissfully unaware of the strain they're causing to be placed on the overworked staff of the Korean Consulate General in Los Angeles. In fact, hoping to clarify the adoption situation. The Government of the Republic of Korea, through its Consulate has made the following announcement: "It is with great regret and with great thanks to the American people that we must rule that none of the 25 Korean war- orphans now in Hollywood may be adopted during this visit. "Universal-International Studio, where our little orphans are appearing in the film, 'Battle Hymn,' has been deluged with wonderful offers from kindly American people inquiring whether they can adopt these little waifs," Vice Consul Chan;; Whan Kim said. "With deep thanks, these most kind offers must be declined for .several reason^. * ' • • "First, these children were sent to Hollywood by our President, Syngman Rhee, not only as young Goodwill Ambassadors to the United States, but so they can return home to Korea and spread the word about the goodness and kindness of our American friends throughout Korea. > "And secondly, their formal admission to the United States was founded upon this premise and our government agreed with the United States government that these children could do inestimable good by returning home to Korea with their own eye-witness stories of the wonders of kindly America. "It is for these reasons," the Vice Consul conclude'd," that it is with great regret and with great thanks to the American people that the adoption of these little children is not now possible. * * * "However," Vice Consul Chang Whan Kim said, "adoption of these or other orphan children from the Orphans' Home of Korea may be considered by contacting, directly, Mrs O. S. Whang, Directress, O r p.h a n p' Home of Korea,' Chung Ang, (Central), P. O. Box No. 83, Seoul, Korea. Inquiry may be made, also, through the offices of the nearest Korean Consulate." » * * li the folks who are clamoring to give these lovable tots a home think they -are cute now, wait until they've watched this group hard at work in "Battle Hymn." And YOU, my hard- boiled friend, you'd better put a return address on your heart! These youngsters are going to walk away with it! Academy Award Anna Magnani, winner of this year's Academy Award for best actress of the year, comes Sunday for three days , to the Aigona theater in "Rose Tallo," the picture for which she was honored. Termed frank and adult entertainment, "The Rose Tatto" also stars Burl Lancaster Shown above). Music Recital At St. Joe On Tuesday Kite St. Joe — The ' annual grade school 1 music recital was held on Friday evening April 27, in St. Joseph's School. Tuesday evening, May 1 ,Kathryn Malkmus, Betty Wagner, Patricia Wagner, .Nancy Willfong and Karen Zeimet will be presented in a graduation recital. They will have completed th'i theory and study of piano required for an elementary certificate in Music. Selections will be played by classical and contemporary composers. There will also be several numbers by St. Joseph's Glee Club. At thu end of the program awards and emblems will be given out. lowed by a short,program. Word was received here of the death 1 of Chris Bogh in Renton, Wash., on Sunday. He was a brother-in-law o! Mr and Mrs John Thul and Mrs George Thul ot here, He is survived by his wife the former Kate Thul of here and one daughter and three sons. The St: Joe» Trojahs met at the home of Donald and Duane Hilbert on Wednesday, April 25 Don Wagner and Stanley Klein were selected to go to summer Camp at Clear Lake, and Tom Reding to Ames to the short course. John Wagner gave a demonstration on watching planter plates. Meeting adjourned at 9 • p.m. Tom Reding is club reporter. Burt Lions Plan Party For Burt Juniors, Seniors Burt — The Burt Lion's Club will sponsor a Junior-Senior high prom at the school house after the annual banquet. A movie will, be shown at mid-night with festivities closing soon after. Invitation from either class is required. Mr and Mrs Leonard Daniels had as recent guests Mrs Daniels only ' granddaughter. Mrs Merle Winkel and Mr Winkel and Cathy and Jim of Boise, Idah.o, and Mrs Daniels son and wife, Mr and Mrs Edwin Allen of Mc- Clouth, Kansas. Mr and Mrs Bruce Holding with Bruce Jr. of Aigona were recent dinner guests at the Daniels home, Mr and Mrs Clifford Holding and Mr and Mrs Larry Holding, Valarie Kay and Brad were supper gue%ts and Mr and Mrs Kaye Holding with Steven and Terry of Aigona were evening callers. The group were breakfast guests at the Kayo Holdings in Algonn and the out of state visitors left from" there for their respective homes. Mr and Mrs Art Leason with Mr and Mrs C. M. Gross were supper guests at the Paul Dremmels, Aigona, recently. Mrs Gc'nc Abbot and children spent the evening there also. WESLEY NEWS Mr and Mrs Theron Hansen at» tended the wedding of Mary"Mc» Kim to David Carroll of Tulsa* Okla., at Good Hope church Saturday evening, April 28. Mrs Hah' sen attended a shower for .the bride-to-be on Wednesday evening in the Good Hope church. The bride and Carol Hansen R.N., were college. friends. The April meeting of the Wesley Wizards 4-H girls was held at the home of Mary Trunelle with Nancy Tjaden as assisting hostess. Catherine Qirres ahd Mary Trunelle were chosen as delegates to the annual camp at Clear Lake. Nancy Tjaden was chosen as delegate to the conven- tion at Ames. Marlys Goetz hjas been chosen as 'one of the candidates for a county office and a committee was appointed to plan the campaign. Marilyn Sko.w gave a' picture study. Mavis Nygaard gave a demonstration and Marlys Goetz gave a talk. Peter Gronbeek Wilbur Zeiglef Will Kowalski DRIVE-IN PLANTATION BALLROOM WHrTTEMOHE, IOWA There Will Be SQUARE DANCE lessons starting Friday, May 4. Everybody Welcome! Sunday, May 6 DON SHAW Sunday, May 13 VANCE DIXON Sunday, May 20 BOBBY LINDEMAN NO MORE OLD-TIME DANCES UNTIL SEPT. 7 No Advance Booth Reservations Doors Open at 8:30 HI, FISHERMEN I Pleas* Accept This As Our Personal, Sincere Invitation To Spend Your Vacation Ai One Of The Friendliest Resorts Anywhere . . . Where Guests Come Year After Year To Enjoy Relaxation And The Besi Of Fishing In Out Two Bottle Lakes, Part Of The Famous Mantrap Chain. * We have a modern cottage waiting for you and will be happy to make your reservation now while dates are still available. Write us for our complete story. Summers 1 Pine Point Park Rapids, Minn. 14tf Wendell Jergenson HORSE, PONY & TACK SALE SUN., MAY 6,1:00 P.M. Rodeo Grounds, Aigona (In Case of Rain At Aigona Sales Barn) Lunch Stand on Grounds RODEO - MAY 20th Seneca Saddle Club 15 & 18 SIX WINNERS Be sure to read this page thoroughly and if you spot your name individually, you will receive free admittance lo Ihe suspense drama, "The Man Who Never Was." playing Tuesday thru Thursday at the Aigona theater. Just give your name at the box office. £^0»#&aweoMcw0$tt^»w»»^ A GREAT, BIG Thank You! Your Generous Response To Our Invitation To Visit Us During Our "Open House" Last Week End was Beyond All Expectations , . . . We Had Over 1,500 Registrations. THE FOLLOWING WERE WINNERS OF OUR FREE REGISTRATION GIFTS: MEN Art Rusch, Whittemore, Ronson Electric Shaver Donald Meyer, Aigona, 1 Ib. Blended Tobacco Casey loss, Aigona, Five dollar pipe Mrs ,4SFick Reding of Whiltc- more, accompanied by Mrs John B. Reding and Mrs John B. Reding and Mrs Sylvester Wag-, ner of here, spent from Wednesday till Friday in Waterloo with the William Rakers, Mrs Rakers is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Nick Reding of Whittemorc. Mrs John S. Reding, Mrs Jim Reding and Mrs Helen Woods all from here .spent this week in .the George Bormann homo near 'New Hampton. Mrs John S Reding is Mrs Hermann's mother. Mrs Orville Wagner and Shirley Wagner left oil Friday from Boone via train for a week's visit with Mrs Wagner's daughter Elaine Wagner in Washington. D. C. Mr and Mrs Raymond Kohl' haas and family . were Sunday afternoon and supper guests in the Ivan Kohlhaas home near Burt. St. Joseph's high school seniors spent Friday on their "Skip Day." The annual Father-Son K. C., St. Joseph's Council banquet will be held on Wednesday evening! May 2nd, in St. Joseph's School Hall with the local Catholic Daughters of America, preparing and serving the meal! Dinner will be served at 6:30 and will be fol- Ralph Parsons Tuesday & Wed. - On The Screen — Barbara Stanwyck Richard Carlson in "ALL I DESIRE" — plus — Lloyd Bridges in "PRIDE OF THE BLUE GRASS" WOMEN Mrs Mike Kollasch, 1 gallon Schwen's Ice Cream Mrs Delmar Plqthe, Bode, 1 gallon Schwen's Ice Cream Ruby Murtha, Algonp, 1 gallon Schwen's Ice Cream *>, YOUNG PEOPLE James A. Bragn, Aigona, five malted milks Dennis Jer;;enson, Aigona, regulation soft ball Thomas Burt is, Aigona, Scripto pen or pencil LARRY'S RECREATION ALGONA v/X'.v.v.-: Larry's Recreation League Standings Hawkeye Lanes League Standings Published each week through Courtesy of Morc!< Dist. Co. & Storz Brewing Co, DRIVE-IN $ LARRY'S Monday Men W L Miller High Life 04 3H Bode Billiards 63 39 K. of C. ()3 39 Moose 6'2 40 Bode D-X 47 55 Schulte Recreation .-.41 '•; CO'.-s Clark Grain Co. 374 64',2 Don's Phillips 60 30 72 Tuesday Men W L Hamm's 59 43 Moose 60 39 Seclev Farms 59 40 Blatz" - 55 47 Russ & Ky's 51 51 Peterson's -. 47 52 Barry's 4(i 53 National Guard 25 77 Wednesday Women W L Cook's Welders 58'-. 25'i> Thuente's 52 M: 31 '-a Druggists' Mutual ___49'ii 34'.2 Bancroft Co-Op 45 39 Moose _ -.38'. •; 35'a United Variety 38'.. 35'i: Cuast-to-Coast .30* 54 Welp's 23 "-i (JO'2 Thursday Women W L Sharp's 55 29 Bill's Standard 50 34 Van's Cafe 43 41 DeKalb --^ 42 42 Storz-ettes 39 45 Wallburtf's Texaco .-39 ASC 3fi Bradley Bros. 32 HAWKEYE LANES American League W Titonka 914 Studer's 85 Brandt Buick 804 Hamilton Hatchery ..774 Sjogren's 754 Baker's Livestock 744 Boone Ridge 564 Robinson Produce 524 Sorenson Motor, 4t> Corwith 45 HefU Lockers 44 Lions ..394 National League W Aigona Produce 874' Seven-Up 764 West End Billiards __-76 Ernie Williams P-C _-734 Bancroft Oil Co. fi7 Ready-Mix G7 Burt Co-Op Elrv. 664 Ernie Williams J-D ..-044 Britt 56 Rood Ins. 52 Ray's Jack Sprat 41 Kossuth Co. Impl. _404 Western Leggue W Swart/ Hclwe. !Jli Titonka .B6 4f> 4!) 52 L 364 43 47'• 50' 52' 53' 71'75' 82 83 84 884 L 404 514 52 544 01 61 61 l; . 634 72 76 87 87' '. L 42 42 Pioneer Hibrcd 814 4G4 Burt 79 49 Sjogren's 71 57 Sargent Foods 67 (>\ Mutual of Omaha 65 63 Albright Aoro-Serv. -.6:5 65 Thcrrnogas 63 65 Plantation ....544 734 Thomas Skeltfas 32 96 Kossuth Motor -24 104 Classic League W L Hamm's 924 354 State Farm In.-:. - .-894 384 Titonka 77 51 S. &. L. --.7ii 52 Bcechur Lane Appl. ...73 55 Plantation 72 56 Hub Clothiers -.574 704 Root Hdwo 534 744 .Seeley Farms -.514 764 Miller High Life 444 B3 4 Sc;>bba Skelly 41 87 Burl 40 8fi Mixed League W L Sinclair Oilers 84 44 Has Beeus 824 45':': Brandt Buick - 76 52 Conoc-ii Service __75 53 Buckaroos : --734 544 Vets -- 624 65'-. Aces 60 68 Standard Oil 554 73'i Pfirmers Co-Op ... 55 73 Sargent Feeds 53 75 Stnrdel.s . ,.. .. 4!) 7!) Hut/ell's Cities Serv. -42 86 2O OO Free (IN TICKETS) Friday, May FREE! FREE! FREE! To the first 150 cars to enter the Drive-in Theatre this Friday, May 4th, after 6:30 P.M. $2000.00 (YES, TWO THOUSAND DOLLARS) in FREE tickets tp those who join our Bumper Strip Club (Membership limited to 150). SO, come EARLY on Friday, May 4th, and get your share of that $2000.00 in free tickets. — On The Screen — Randolph Scott in "CANADIAN PACIFIC" Alan Ladd in "THE BLACK KNIGHT" The above Bowling Standings are Presented to You Each Week Through The Courtesy of MORCK Distributing Co, AND THE STORZ BREWING CO, like u refreshing dip, Storz has what it takes to satisfy your thirst. Each golden glassful is a toast to pleasure — Birter-Free pleasure - with no lingering aftertaste. You'll find it lesf-fijling, too. That's why smart moderns agree Storz is truly

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