Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 21, 1967 · Page 4
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The Barrow Gang The group of bank robbers that terrify the whole Southwest during the Depression-struck 1930's are (left to right) Gene Hackman, Estelle Parsons, Warren Beatty, Faye Dunaway and Michael J. Pollard. "Bonnie and Clyde," the story of their crime spree, was directed by Arthur Penn and produced by Warren Beatty. The Warner Bros.-Seven Arts release, filmed in Technicolor, opens on Thursday at the AJ- gona Theatre. "" ALGONA THEATRE —Thursday thru Saturday Complete Program Begin: 7:00 - 9:05 "Bonnie And Clyde" 7:10 9:20 —Saturday Matin** Only Complete Program Begin: 1:30 "The Dog Of Flanders" 2:00 — Sunday Complete Program Begin: 1:00-3.00-5:05-7:00-9:00 "The Big Mouth" 1:10 3:10 - 5:10 - 7:10 -9:10 —Monday thru W*dn**day Complete Program Begin: 7:00 - 9:05 "The Big Mouth" 7:10 9:10 Students from Seneca leave for colleges Seneca — Many Scncc'i youirg people left last week for colleges. Dennis Dahl, Candacc Vouclt and Jennifer Streucker liave enrolled at the University at Iowa City. Attending the university al Ames will be Tim and Tom Streucker, F3onnie Crouch, and Donald Mannisch. Mik» Hassel and Rodney Jctil»n and 'Mary Lou Larson have enrolled at the university at Cedar Falls; Joan Brccse and Renae Votteler, Mankato State; and Audrey Bergum, Jill Jensen, Steven Kennedy and Vicki Elmers, Mankato Commercial College. Bill Has- scl lias enrolled at Wartburg, Waverly, and Ilollee Krause at Wisconsin SUtte at La C'rosse. Brian Johnson, Cecelia Gangestad and Linda Breese have enrolled at. Estherville Junior College, Estherville. Cheryl Jensen, daughter of the Russell Jensens, has enrolled at the Patricia Stevens Finishing and Modeling College in Chicago where she will major in fashion merchandising. IIMMinMIMMMHMIIIMIIItMMIHKIIHHHIHMIIIMMI* Sept. 8, with Patricia Dreyer. Eighteen members were present and planned a club trip to Mankato. They also voted to remember their organization leader, Nina Kracht, who is hospitalized at Estherville, with a bouquet of roses on her birthday anniversary which was Sept. 14. Denise Votteler gave an illustrated talk. Guest mothers included Mrs. Lewis Breesc and Mrs. Art Bergum. «l Mfgeant and Edwafd fier* gum, reporter. Edward Bet- gum talked on gun Mfety and Lee Bergum on indoor paint- 1 ing. Edward Bergum, reporter. The William Draysons, Al§ >na, were Sunday callers at vetett Witham's. Mrs. Nina Kracht, a patient at the hospital at ZstherviJle was permitted to spend the weekend at her home. Join* ing her were her mother, Mrs. Katherine Ooege, Algona, her son and wife and children, the Roger Taylors, Des Moines, and her daughter, Linda, who has been staying with an aunt and uncle, the Leo Schmidts, Lone Rock, while her mother was hospitalized. The Cecil Andersons, Ring- sled, were last Sunday guests of the Melvin Madsens. The Glen Hoppes, Truman, visited Wednesday with their daughter, the David Loofts. The Ted Jensens attended the wedding of Sharon Harson and Airman le Allen Cornwall, Sept. 2, at Our Saviour's Lutheran Church at Osage. Jill Jensen was a bridesmaid. The Henry Wilbergs and Dennis spent last Sunday at Mrs. Minda Lange's at Grundy Center, where they visited with the Lange daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Arlin Petersen and son, who were enroute from Denver to New York City where Mr. Petersen is now employed. Mrs. Everett Witham had as coffee guests Sept. 8 for her birthday, the Hans Jensens, C. 0. Baileys, Mrs. Alfred Petersen, Mrs. Wayne Lynch and Molly, and Mrs. Clarence Menz. The Henry Wilbergs and Dennis visited Sunday with the former's sister, the Reuben Larsens, Armstrong. ESNECA STARS MEET Seneca Stars 4-H club met OFFICERS ELECTED The Seneca Progressive Farmers met Monday with Edward and Lee Bergum. Elected officers were .President, Tim Lynch; vice, barrel Nyman; sec., Kathy Jensen; and treas., Rickie Johannesen. Steve Cherland was appointed SILVER WEDDING Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Klein will observe their 25th wedding anniversary by holding Open House next Sunday, Sept. 24, from two to five, o'clock at the Fireside Room in First Methodist Church, Algona. No formal invitations are being sent but all relatives and friends are cordially invited. , , . . Mrs. 'Klein is,,the former Helen E; Kuhnr daughter of the G. S. Kuhns and the pair were married at the Methodist Parsonage in Fairmont on Sept. 21, 1922 and have NEW 1968 Model Cars are here! DON'T WAIT UNTIL THE LAST MINUTE TO ARRANGE THE FINANCING OF THE CAR YOU CHOOSE COME TO THE OWA STATE BANK AND ARRANGE YOUR LOW COST AUTO BANK LOAN AT LOW BANK RATES ftri OWA STATE BANK "AT THE TIME & TEMPERATURE SIGN" ALGONA, IQWA lived hefe ever since. ftey Mr. and Mrs. RobeH 3. Kdhti, ffiefidft atid Datives there on hive one teefi *f« «fi» Kfch- of Aftkefly. his^&th biHhday September *M ttrhn will hoM. th* wtfutf ^ ... * ** . . 2. Mr. Anaefieft nil ilwiyi •M wMhMf. and MM GTS ,*£ ~J*OSP *' p i. Afld *?*i n f elided iti Humboldt ttwity Kuhfl Iftd their son and wite| °* Humboldt was hofldfed by since coming to America In which weighed * total of 33 pounds.. Two; each 6f n«f AN6UR - MM Myrtle gdi — "' "^"" «n ill* thftt wrr- SwMMf IN WMMMiy $irr, MThrvtf TWISTED MOTIVES MAD AMBITIONS (cad a (jounq man and his q/ri on a frail oi ft 1000 T ^W t VWNCMD VtO([NC£!.. f ^ ...7HEIK •ATTRACTION TO EACH LED TO TU€FOk OFTH£ Sf^ CHECK THE MOVIE CLOCK FOR MOVIE TIMES. SATURDAY MATINEE AT 1:10 "Tit Dog of Flimkrt" and CARTOONS Matron on duty All Mat* SOe NEXT THURSDAY SEPT. 21th llhe Big Mouth vs. The Big Mob! !<* COLUMBIA PICTURES ,.<« CtiMke*. BEATTY tfaqe DUNAWAY BONNIE ./CLYDE" TECHNICOLOR in W • . ! ' w <! k IAN FLEMING'S ALBERT R. 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Naturally, our new Bonnevilles, Grand Prixs, Catalinas, Executives and Venturas won't take a back seat to anyone! Especially with their bold new integral bumper-grilles that are nearly twice as strong as before. There's also new Wide-Track ride. Improved handling. Smoother engines. And more new features for your protection, like a buzzer that warns you when you forget your ignition key. Isn't it about time you decided to give up plain ordinary driving? Don't fritter away another hour. See your Pontiac dealer today and start Wide-Tracking! iancl Pnx Hardtop Coupe Wide-Tracking! See the Bonneville, Brougham, Grand Prix, Executive, Ventura, Catalina, GTO, Le Mans, Tempest and Five Firebirds at your Pontiac dealer's. Poniiac Mulor SCHULTZ BROS, South Phillipi ALSONA, IOWA

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