Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on August 30, 1962 · Page 3
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Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa · Page 3

Fayette, Iowa
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Thursday, August 30, 1962
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New cinerama theatre Shows 'Brothers Grimm' "The Wonderful World of the Brothers Grimm", the first storytelling production in the Cinerama process, is now showing in the Cooper Cinerama Theatre now under construction in St. Louis Park, a surburb of Minneapolis. The new Cooper Foundation fieatre, costing upwards of one million dollars, is designed spec- i'ically for Cinerama presentations. It is noteworthy for its unique architecture. When finished the Theatre will be the exclusive Upper Midwest home of Cinerama. The Metro Goldwyn Mayer Cin<v- ama presentation of George P.il's "The Wonderful World of the Broth ITS Grimm" is the wa'mly ro- c-f. mantic story of VWlhelm and Jacob Grimm, who introduced the folk tale as a literary form 150 years ago. The film presents a biography of the Grimm Brothers, interspersed with three of their best-loved fairy tales: "The Dancing Princess". "The Cobbler and the Elves" and "The Singing Bone." Travelogue aspects, familiar to the viewers of Cinerama pictures over the past de-cade, are incorporated into "Brothers Grimm", much of which was filmed in the Rhine River country of Germany and in H.ivaria. The castlos of Wrikersheim and Nc-uschwairU-in. the quaint walled city of Rothenbuitf ;md the busy Rhine cnme to life as the three- Ifiisrd Cinerama cam'ra rumbles OVttf Cobbled streets, takes a Voyage on tt Rhine paddle-wheeler, hops aboard a train for 1812 Berlin and careens down a winding mountain road with a run-away coach-and four. Laurence Harvey portrays Wll- heli.t C, \mm, t'-.e imaginative dreamer The Austrian actor, Karl Boehm, is the more practical brother, Jacob. Claire Bloom plays Wilhelm's wife. Other members of the biographical cast nru Walter Me/ak. Barbara Helen O«car Horn olka and Arnold Stang. T!ie fjiry tales also are star studded. Yvettt Min'eux, Russ Tamblyn. Jim Backus. Reulah Bondi and Clinton Sundberg will be seen in "Tlie Dancing Princess." Buddy Hackett and the British cofiiedion, Terry-Thomas, star in "The Singing &one", a 3t(Jry ol knights and dragons. Harvey also enacts the whimsical shoemaker in "The Cobbler and the Elves", who neglects his work bench to bring gifts to five small orphans. Some of producer Pal's Puppetoons (puppets without strings) appear as the elfin do-good- ers. Other Grimm characters are shown in a sequence involving Tom Thumb, Cinderella. Little Red Riding Hood, .''now Whit.' and the Seven Dwa-fs llansi-l mid Grelel, the Frog i inee, the Queen Bet. 1 and Kninpelsti'tskin. "The Wonderful World of the Brothers G.-irnm" lifts the zenith of ten years of Cinerama during which time mire tlinn l. r >0.000.(XX) theatre-goers around the world shared the unlqiw experiences ot sight and sound. Cinerama audiences were not me e spectato-s. They became physical pa tlcip.ints in whaUvei 1 strange and t-xMio Cinerama chose to poke its triplc- lensed came-a. Metro-Goldwyn- Maye- and Cinerama have signed a co-p eduction pnct caHing fr.•• four d.-amatic adventure films to be sh .t in the Cinerama p nn ss. "How Tlie \Vtst Was Won", the second M-G-M Cinpranvi picture is expected to l)p rt-learc-J in 10C r l. Volga grads attend 30 year reunion MAYNARD - The 1932 gradual ing class of the Volga high school held its first reunion Sunday, Aug. 19, on the school grounds. Eight of the 15 class members were present for the occasion, to renew old friendships and to meet the fam- i/i"S ot each. Those present were James and Ma y Gj.kui'y, Chicago. 111.; Mrs. Joy Bruns (Evelyn Moore), George; Mrs. Harold Belts (Edna 1: Iden), DeWitte; Mrs. Jack Hue- b-sch (Ethel Oldtother) and Ronald Moore, Volga; Mike Cunningham. Arlington; and Mis. D. W. Woods (May Thyer), Mnynnrd. Letters wore read from Mrs. J. E. Poull fDorothy Starr). Bonita, Calif.; Mrs. Harold Lau (Dorothy Backer). Guttenberg; John D. Conboy, Speard, Alaska; Mrs. Donald McQumi (Janet Duff), Boonsville; and Mrs. William Yearous (A!O PtiKo-snn) Klgin. Another member, Eugene Stal- nalfer, is hospitalized in Omaha and Katharine Follon Moore is deceased. TRY LEADER WANT ADS FOR BEST RESULTS U.S. SAVINGS BONDS mil. ALL YOU CAN EAT, ABSOLUTELY FREE ! TIliS IS OUR WAY OF SAYING 'THANKS FOR YOUR PATRONAGE" Another Real Old Fashioned SMORGASBORD THURSDAY, AUGUST 30 Serving Begins At 5 P. M. \ Stokely-Van Camp PENNY THRIFT s '1 A penny saved is a penny earned. You'll save pennies and pennies at this terrific Penny Thrift Sale. Come see for yourself ... a penny Is big money-here. Be penny thrifty . . . save YOUR pennies NOW! Stokely's MENU Potato Salad Cold Meat* Cottage Cheese Potato Chips Cracker Snacks Pop Milk Coffee Pork & Beans Pickles Bread Cookies Ice Cream SUPER VALU Stokely's 16 ox. cans Stokely's "l-.tr F IN^EST r'n ff 46 ox. cans 16 oz. cans Hiawatha Hamb. Sliced Pickles qt. 33c Plus SO Free Stamps Flavorlle Potato Chips 1 Ib. pkg. 59c Plus 50 Free Stamps Brylcream Hair Dressing Jst Choice Fresh Frozen Grade A Stokely's CRIAM STYLl • WHOLE KERNEL King size tube With free brush 98c Hiland Potato Chip* 49c STOKED Yellow Cling SJIced Ptaehoi Cut Oretn Boann r- H \ Alwka P«B» Cream Style or Whole Kernel Corn Prult Cocktail P«« 4 Carrots 8 01. cans 8 for $1.00 FREE Nyloni with 10 label* from ty* vaiu Luncheon Meats febtb nn)lt be mailed before midnight, Saturday, Sept. 1,1962. pkg. 29c Gas Glaser Wieners 3 Ib*. 1.00 Chipped Beef 3 pkga. $1.00 Minced Ham 3 IBs. $1.00 12 ounce bottles plus bottle deposit 1-Up ctn. of 6 39c , ,, Free Sampling Thurs. Nil* « Sat. All Day 16 OK. cans Morton Frozen •* Greme Pies Chocolate — Coconut lemon — Neapolitan 39c Plus 100 free stamps Morion House Oven Baked Beans 2 for 39c Dad's Root Beer half gal. 39c Flav-O-Rlle Milk %gal.38c PlBV-O-Rlte Bread 2 for 39c Plav-O-RIre Hamb., Welner Buns 23c Super Valu Coffee Ib. 59c p otaloeg 10 ^ 39c Proa Sampling Thursday Nit* Red PHON1 M e:tL*j*?*4.j' 1 i~*J.'\ iM'.j ^. ,.',i ... AND YOU OUT SBRVICB, TOPf

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