Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 2, 1967 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 2, 1967
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CINEMA MTS FUJI FEtTWU. Rough Night in Jericho is unique in one respect — the bad guy (Dean Martin) wears a white hat and the good guy (George Peppard) wears the black one. This is contrary to the time-honored custom but it follows another contradiction — casting the popular Dino in the role of the villain. With the exception of two overly long scenes of violence, Rough Night in Jericho is an exciting, suspenseful, well done "western" which all lovers of these could enjoy. The two sequences mentioned above are ones involving Peppard and the sheriff in a struggle employing whips, chains, sticks and strangling and one between Martin and Jean Simmons in which beating, hair pulling and face-slapping are needlessly prolonged. Outside of these, the action is fast and furious and the acting competent with special emphasis on the charming Jean Simmons who djoes a completely sympathetic portrayal of a widow, battling the forces of evil. John Mclntire plays his exacting role to the hilt. Photoghaphy, an important ingredient for any western picture, is sensational and the direction and acting in keeping with the best tradition of western pictures. I hope none of you lovers of the '"cow operas" missed this one. AS I MENTIONED last week, the November calendar at the local theatre is probably as outstanding as any shown in many, many moons. I'll call your attention to a few. It's gratifying to note that at long last, Algona is getting some adult, sophisticated films. Alfie is one — Blow-Up was another. • Alfie is adult and is the picture that started Michael Caine on his successful career as a cinema idol. You may not like his portrayal as an irresponsible philanderer who discards women like playthings but the film is different (with constant "asides" by our hero and well worth sec- ing. The second of the Cinema Arts Series is due Wednesday, Nov. 8, followed by the Blue Max — again featuring George Peppart (Rough Night in Jericho- — and a spectacular that played at road-show prices in the cities. Hawaii with Julie Andrews recently closed at the Academy theatre in Minneapolis at advanced, reserved seat prices and is an exciting and spectacular production. Then there's Dr. Zhivago that you've heard so much about — another road show production that you won't want to miss. THEN THERE'S another Cinema Arts picture, Breathless, closing the month on Wednesday, Nov. 29. I haven't seen these last two films but they have been selected as "outstanding" and should please lovers of the cinema. That's the schedule folks, 2—Algont (Iowa) Advarie* THURSDAY, NOV. 2,1967 Church has layman's day atlrvington Irvington — Layman's Sunday was observed at the Irv- inglon church Oct. 29. Scripture was read by Walter Ptott. Csian Culbetftson led the Responsive Reading, Clarence Canaday had the pastoral prayeT and the Benediction, Duirwood Walker had the offertory prayer and the announcements. Lay Pastor, Keith Strayer, delivered his sermon early in the service, then wont to Ottosen Presbyterian church, where he also holds services each Sunday, then drove to UveTmoTc, where he held 11 a.m. services in the Presbyterian dhurch, filling the pulpit for l)hc Rev. Ralph Him! man, Who was out of town. FEATHE 344- Piter mm IATUROAV MATlNtE FOR THI LITTLI ON1S I lift 'fraud! h KM toff" (PLUS CARTOONS) MATRON ON DUTY Alt SMtt 30* GUNN ADMISSION! Adults $1.25 Children SOc ONE COMPLETE SHOWING AT 7:30 Tony (James Fox), wcnk nnd muccplible, is Induced to have an nffiiir with I lie wliip-lliin, tempting Vera (Sarah Miles) whom he believes to he tin: ftervnniV stater. Tony never dreams thai the whole thing lias hccn ittnnugcd by Barrel! (Dirk Bogarde). ' GOING TO VIET NAM Guests at Merle Chamberlain's Sunday for the son, Pvt. Terry Chamberlain, on leave, were the Harry Christ- ensens, Mrs. Laura Zeigler •and Mrs. Emma Skow, all of Humboldt. Saturday the Chamberlains and Terry drove to Rockwell City and visited Die Lester Yeazels. Pvt. Chamberlain will leave by plane from Fort Dodge Friday for Phoenix, Ariz., Where he will visit a few days wiltlh Maynord Guderians before 'reporting to Oakland, Calif., prior to leaving fov Vial Nam. FAREWELL PARTY A farewell party for the .Whn Simons was held in the Crc'sco Community hall Sum- day evening with 40 present. The Simons were presented with a gift of money. Five Hundred was played with •Mrs. Art. Gade winning, high for women and Lament Well- ondorf high for men. Mrs. Gary DaBoom and John Simon were low. A potluck lunch was served. The Simons moved to Algona last week. The Vcrl Pattersons attended a family dinner ait Riohord Huntiley's, Renwick, Sunday. The Lawrence Millers were at Ames Sunday to visit the Vidtor Applegates, Mr. Ap- plegaite .had a birthdiay. The Verl Pattersons receav- •ed a telephone call Monday from their oon-in-law, Lanny Weil, Ontario, Calif., reporting the birth of the Weil's first child, a 6 Ib. 12 oz., son born at 6:50 a.m. Oct. 30. Mrs. Weil, the former Alice Patterson and the baby were doing fine. Mrs. Patterson left Wednesday from Des Moinos by plane for two weeks at the Weils. Callers at Robert Casey's and you'll have to agree that Sunday were the Marion, Euit's a "honey." IHIIIUIHHIMHHlHIHIIfllflHIHHMtlHtlHHIIIHHMHIIMIMMIIHIHIIIl gene and Clarence Casey families. The John Simons moved from their farm in Cresco township to their new 'home in Algona last week Thursday. The Lorcn Bells, who have rented the farm, moved «n Saturday. 'Mrs. Hazel Sabin and Mrs. George McVay wore in Cresco last weak-Wednesday visiting Mrs. Myrtle Solomon and family. There were 50 at the Halloween Masquerade party held for the Sunday school pupils at the Irvington church Friday evening. The evening was •spent at games, bobbing for apples, etc. after which lunch was served. Mrs. Blanche Lage reports the son James Lage, Fort Dodges was able to return home Sundlay after a few days in Lutheran hospital, recovering from a attack of gall stones/ Weekend guests' of their parents, the Clarence Arn- dorfers were Connie and Carol Arndorfer and a friend of the girls, all of Milwaukee, Wis., Charles Arndorfer, Mason City, Joyce Anndorfer, Mankato, Minn., son and daughter, also of the Clarencs Arndorfers and another son, the Wayne Arndorfeira, Algona. Fun and Do Club met Thursday with Laura Becker. Most members were present with Mrs, Florence Colwell, Mrs. Wayne Wickwire and Mrs. Mike Frankl as guests. At 500 prizes went to Eulalia Altaian, Birdie Vitzthum and Wilma Arndorfer. Plans for the annual Christmas party were made. A dinner for the husbands, wives and guests at the Imperial cafe at Bode, will be held December 11. The nexi club meeting will be held at Evelyn Froehldch's November 16. The Ray Goodmans, Algona, were Sunday visitors with Mrs. Goodman's sister, the Tony filberts, Irvington. Claude Fowlelr, Irvington, returned home last weekend after seven weks at Pine River, Minn., visiting his brother, the Emmett Fowlers. Mrs. Evelyn Froehlich drove to Blue Earth, Minn., Oct. 25 and visited an aunt and uncle, the Cairl Sdhini- mels. ALGONA THEATRE —Thursday Only Complete Program Begins: 7:00-9:10 "Rough Night In Jericho" 7:20 - 9:20 —Friday and Saturday One Complete Showing Bach Evening Complete Program Begins: 7:30 "Gunn"7:35 "Spirit Is Willing" 9:25 —Saturday Matin** Only Complete Program Begins: 1:30 "Francis in the Navy" 2:00 —Sunday .;/ Complete Program Begins: 1:00-3:10-5:10-7:10-9:10 "Alfie" 1:15 - 3:15 - 5:15 7:15-9:20 —Monday and Tuesday Complete Program Begins: 7:00-9:10 "Alfie" 7:15-9:20 —Wednesday Cinema Arts Film Festival Complete Program Begins: 8:00 "The Servant" 8:15 SUNMY-MHHMY.TUESDAY NOV. 5-6-7 "KDUARECWNBTOWWY *LFlE'VERYMUC»r MMMOUNT nenmet presents WIIEIIft ARTS FILM FESTIVAL 1 AY -NOV. 8th WEDNESDAY -NOV. 8th AT 8 (RECMKNKD FM MATURE AUDIENCES) MICHAELCAINErs ALFIE CHECK MOVIE CLOCK FOR TIMES. THE LANDAU COMPANY pram* DIRK BOGARDE SARAH MILES WENDY CRAIG, THG JAMES FOX TICKETS AVAILABLE AT SHOW TIME Adults $1.25 I Coming Thursday NOV. 9th GEORGE PEPPARD "Tin HIM ma 1 ALGONA THEATRE % _ - JULIE ANDREWS In "HAWAII" * Sandy Boehm heads Lakola Luckies Lakota The Lakota Luckies 4-H Club met at the home of Barbara KoUasch on Friday, October 27. Election of officers was held at this meeting. Those 'elected were: president,. Sandy Botehm; vdce-presdderot, Pat Lewis; Treasurer, Madonna, Janssen; Secretary, Lucille Arfaer- , son; Historian, Emily Kollasch; •an'd Recreation, Connie Lewis.. The girls decided at this meeting to start their meetings at 2:30 p.m. starting in January and also that the meetings will be held the first Saturuay of the monith. The program for the after- ntoon wias presented by Madonna Janssen. She also lead the Pledge of Allegiance. Lucille Anderson gave <the 4-H pledge. Other discussion at the meeting was award night which will be held Saturday evening, Nov. 18. This will be a Pot Luck supper for all 4-H members and their parents. The next meeting will be held Saturday, Nov. 4 at the Sleper home at Titonka. All members who play a musical instrument are asked to bring them to this meeting. Sweo City lady breaks hip in fall Swca Eagle: Mrs. Gust Larson fell Wednesday nt hor home in Eagle township and broke her right hip. II scums she was going clown lo the basement and 'turned to say something to hor son, Richard, thinking She was on the bottom step, she stepped off and fell the last three steps. 'She was admitted to the Fairmont Community HospiUil, ON THE QUART SIZE HELD OVER By opular Demand MRS. CLARK'S SALAD DRESSING / \ Tear Out Coupon and Present to Grocer ^ THIS COUPON WORTH 15C ON ONE QUART Mrs, Clark's Salad Pressing A sensational money-saving offer to acquaint you with the delicious flavor and finer quality of Mrs. Clark's Salad Dressing. 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