Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 4, 1967 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Monday, December 4, 1967
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-— , One of the advantages t en- Joy over my readers In attending the movies, is that! usually have the opportunity of seeing the really big ones twice. At first glance, this might seem like an insignificant detail but actually it increases Reward for responsible young male drivers under age 25, Good school record, driver training and a good driving record can help careful young .male drivers save up to 40% with our unique auto policy. Find out if the young driver in your family can qualify for our "Responsible Driver" Policy... CALL US FOR DETAILS MYRON "MIKE" SMITH Office Phone 295-3351 Home Phone 295-7093 Algona, Iowa the pleasure ten fold. Take a picture like Dr. Zhi* vago. 1 MW it first in Mlnne- apolii about a year ago and while I enjoyed it immensely, I had no desire to repeat there, since there were newer and more current productions available. 1 even doubted whether to see it again when it reached the local theatre, but having nothing to occupy my time except TV which is no competition, 1 saw Dr. Zhivago here. Truthfully, 1 got more out of the picture at the local playhouse, which except for its length, was a real thrill. The various characters sort of fell in the slot — I was better able to fit the individual pieces in place. . The work of Julie Christie stood out over the acting of Miss Chaplin, a fact I had overlooked the first time thru. But beside the performance of the actors, the breathtaking panoramas of snow swept whiteness, the colorful fields of flowers, the soft muted tones of silent forests — these are photographic thrills not often encountered in a motion picture. BUT BACK OF the plot, the characters and the scenic splendor, is Pasternak's belief that men are priceless as individuals, not as cogs in a super state. Director Lean speaks for humanity in a language of unspeakable beautiful images — simply the timeless, kaleidoscopic, never-ceasing cycle of seasons. These are the sensations and emotions that may have escaped you, as you struggled out of the theatre at midnight, physically and mentally exhausted. These are the very thoughts that lingered in my mind as 1 truthfully enjoyed every minute of the three Hour 'plus production. From comments heard in the lobby, Breathless, third in the series of Cinema Art films, failed to please Cheer up, cinemaddicts, you can't win 'em all and Black Orpheus and Juliet of die Spirit*, coming up next, may suit your taste. My reactions to these foreign films is precise" ly those I have in visiting a foreign country. WE OO ABROAD not only to see the material offerings -— churches, scenery, museums /— but to observe the people, their habits, their mores. Foreign movies give us an insight into such matters—their treatment of social customs. Countries like Sweden and France treat sex in a more frank and open manner. Is it better than our way? That's what the viewer must decide. That's what we must look for in a foreign picture. While there are many things we dislike in foreign countries, we still visit far off lands for prospective. Servicemen Pirn Poms with soft foam padded soles " So completely feminine yet prcatical enough to pop into the washer and ' dryer! They're fashioned of popular fabrics in scuff or ballerina styles. Sizes S, M, L. The Nicest Gifts Cost Less at S&L '29 Quilted Nylon Gift •IMS 10 to It Robes •1Q 3t to 44 *12 tl*0ar«* to' twr gt-hem* tour* fQi|htofw4 of nylon trlgot in Brtoiol blew, prang* r«d or Yukon ftolo 1 . . . Q ity sonfrolW f«** ric by CoHinj * *«*•• eiANESE THI Mr. and Mrs. Jen Putnam and 'Paul spent Thanksgiving weekend at Ponca, Neb. with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. DarreU Putnam. Jon was home for the quarter break and is attending college at Kirksville, Mo. Sunday tuppar gu*«t* of Mr> and Mi*. Duane Rfltey wiere Mrs. Oarl Goetsch and Arle Goetsch of LuVeme. , Mr. and Mrs. Jake Goldan bad as holiday weekend guests their son Warren, wife and daughter® Janice atid Sherrie of Chicago, M. Other guests Thanksgiving day were Mr. and Mrs. Milton Fattrow. , Mr. «nd Mrs. William Hutohdsoni have been, here from IMarahalltown and spent some tune with the parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Hutchison. They were callers at the Roy HutzeUs. The Ernie Hutchisons recently went to' Missouri to visit Mrs. Hutchison's parents. Mr. and Mrs Harvay Larson entertained at dinner last week Thursday and had as guests Mr. and Mrs. Walter Brandow, Mrs. Efifle Teeter and heir son and daughter-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. John Teet er of Warrington, 111., Mrs. John Thompson and, Jack oi Arakeny. Mr. and Mrs. Ed- murid Larson of Burt, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Broesder oi Lone Rook, Mr. and Mtas. Robert Arndt and Mr. and Mrs Harvey Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Elkfser were guests of Mr. and Mrs J. L. Smith Thursday alt Wod Mr. and Mrs. Grady Phil ENSIGN V. P. LUDWIG Ensign V. P. Ludwig, son of Mr. and Mrs. Vernell Ludwig of 207 South Colby, Street, was commissioned in the Civil Engineer Corps, U. S. N.,Aug. 18. He is presently stationed in the Republic of Viet :Nam with the Officer in Charge of Construction — Viet Nam (OICC-RVN). Ensign Ludwig entered Officer Candidate School in Newport, R. f. in April, 1967. Following his commissioning in August, he attended Civil Engineer Corps Officer School in Port Hueneme, Calif., t He will be assigned to the OICC- RVN for a year and atipres- ent is working in the Construction Coordination Office. Boy Scouts, members yf Troop 4? in to/dependence recently received the* Ragle Scout badge, It is bettered this to a record number of Boy Scout* from a single local troop to receive the Eagle budge at a. Joint ceremony. Farm Auctions Da«. 6 — Jake Smith dosing out aate, at farm located 3 mites north, 3 miles east and yi-tnife south of Burt. Sale includes three tractors and full line of machinery. Quinn and Leek, auctioneers; Burt Savings Bank, clerk Full safe details in Advance last Thursday. Dae. S — Bruce Osborn sale, at farm located 2% miles south of Depew. Sale includes 41 head of cattle, 22 head of Holstein milk cows included and milking equipment. Quinn, Clark & Benson, auctioneers; Cylinder State Bank, clerk. Full sale details in Advance Thursday. Dae. 9 — Bruce Cranston home to be sold at public auction at Burt. Sale begins at 10 a.m. two blocks west of the Burt bank. Charley Quinn, auctioneer. Full sale details in Advance last Thursday. Dae. 9 — William "Bill" Smith farm auction, at farm located one. mile east, 2% south and one-half east of Guckeen, Minn. Sale includes four tractors and full line of equipment. Wedel & Wagner, auctioneers; Blue Earth State Bank, clerk. Sale details in North Iowa Peach Thursday. AlftM (law*) A«V*n*a—3 MONDAY, Bid 4, tftf CLUBS their daughter Gayle who attends college at Grinmell and their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Zwiefel of Fairmont, Minn, who al- CYCLE GANG WAR! ...and a new kind of violence is born! H •( ; i .. Y ••' • , ' "i" 1 " ' ll ' THE GLORY SfOMPERS ©1967 Am«rlc»n International Picture* Aliiona Theatre SATURDAY and SUNDAY - DEO. 9110 MATINEES ONLY GOOD FAMILY ENTERTAINMENT £"**•'••?•. ^* T ^<HL...MOBIJMJ^, flfls - THERE Jl^T !**: CHILDHOOD PRODUCTIONS fcewnu lOSSUQIMUI-PAUUIHf in ., * $ "'~ * Crated Churns Oresco Chums 4-H dub met at the County Exflenston office with Mary Ann Erdmen and Jane Simpson hostesses. The 4-H pledge was led by Leslie Wilden and the Pledge of Allegiance by Becky Busdher. Roll call was answered by twenty-six members. Demonstrations were given by Debbie Benson on gift wrapping and Hence Roethler on homemade accessories for the home. Sue Smith gave a talk on the Junior Leadership Project. The program committee met with Susan Smith at her grandmother's. Plans were made for the coming year. The committee consisted of Susan Smith, Marilyn Roethler, Leslie Wilden, Mary Besch, Virginia Roethler, Zelda Mcehl- 'hause, Marcia and Debbie Sabin and Edna Frideres. RIVERDALE. RUSTLERS Rivordale Rustlers met on Nov. 18 at St. Joseph's school hall. The Christmas party will be a pot luck Dec. 3. Hostess was Diane Bormann. Joan Reding and Mrs. Marvin Reding Won prizes. Guests were Mrs. Clarence Bormann, Mrs. Marcel Reding, Mrs. Marvin Reding, Mrs. Bob Bormann and leader Mrs. Alvin Klein. Reporter is Colleen Reding. TMI fLAO IS PLYING IN MtMoftV Or* , W. Fif Loyd Andrews World War 2 it ~ Army EUTUWN OFFICE — 708 S. Phillips, Algona, Iowa 9 — 5 Monday through Friday .Saturday 9—12 A.M. ..__. Sunday 1 — 5 RM. Diamond NEAR DONG HA Dong Ha, Vietnam (AHTNC) — Army Private First Glass Martin T. Becker, 23, son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Becker, Route 2, Wesley, Iowa, was assigned to Battery G. of the 65th Artillery's last battalion near Dong Ha, Vietnam,; Oct. 30. His wife, Mary, lives in Algona. •;, V////////////S////////S///////////S/////S///S//////. so visited with Mr. aiWM Henry Zwiefel. Mr. and 1 Mrs. Stan Sorensen, Marcia and Mark, and.Mr. and Mrs. Tony Sorensem attended the Holiday On ^Tce show in Des Moines during the Thanksgiving holidays! \ Mr. and Mr*. C. S. Shiplar, Burt, and Mrs. Louise Larsen, Garner, were supper guests of the Stan Sorensens recently. Mrs. Larsen is Mrs. Stopler's mother and grandmSth- er of Mrs. Sorensen $ Buooy . A 73-year-old baby buggy is stall in use in the -family of Mrs. Alta Schneeklbth; of Marengo. The buggy is well constructed with heavy springs, padded with its original plush; the iron wheels are in excellent condition and the only accessory not intact is an umbrella which was mounted in a 'holder near the Dae. 11 — Eldon Sabin dairy auction, at farm located 1% miles north of Wall ing- ford and one-half mile west. Sale includes 45 head of Hoi- stein Dairy Cattle, plus riding horses and equipment. Clark & Lloyd Clark, auctioneers; Emmet County State Bank, Estherville, clerk. Full sale details in Advance Thursday. Dae. 28—Henry Mertz closing out sale, at farm located 4 miles west of Wesley and % mile north or 10 east of Algona and % mile north. Sale includes three tractors and full fine of machinery. Quinn & Leek, auctioneers; The Security State Bank, Algona, clerk. Full sale details in Advance soon. FUNERAL CHAPEL Imbalmora ant) Punttal Directors RallcMa 14 Hawr Ambulanca Sarvlca Fun«ral May •• R«f«rr«d To Ut With Confidtnco •henat FINTON llt-am MNOSTM I44-1004 1 Mt-1001 •4*1970 Happy occasions call for diamonds-the supreme gift of lovc'and beauty. Besides joy in your new gem, you want to have pride in your choice. Knowing your jeweler and the quality of his merchandise is one good way. Our membership in the American Gem Society is another. Only some 2000 jewelers in the United States and Canada qualify for this distinction which is earned through professional gemological study and high ethical standards. A most important reason why you should choose your diamonds from our collection. MEMBER AMERICAN GEM SOCIETY 5 East Slot* ^\I/^ Algona, Iowa Phone 295-5672 STARTS THURSDAY - DEC. 7th DODGE DART So popular, America's mado it its best selling compact. And this year there's even more excitement packed into Dart. New styling touches, inside and out. A host of thoughtful options. And a big, quick energetic engine. As always, the best thing about this family-sized compact is its low, low compact price. Just another reminder from the Good Guys that they don't wear White Hats justfqr show. Hcrt l§ whiff tkt flirt Ut I Qriginil Soundligck ^ vmloWe on RCA CAMDEN Record! _.. MtSCJUiUW-SOaDfFOllo.^JOSSAiOMWI MUSIC Ofdwit'ilwu t Music Produced ty , Ditecled by BRUNO NICOU1 • BARRY B YEUIN • A CHILDHOOD PRODUCTIONS BfUJK ADMISSION—Adults $1.00 — Children 5Qc PEICIW MOTOW, MO. MO §9. FHIUIW IT* AlOQflA, IOWA See AFt Football Sundays on NBC. ChecK your local UsUngs for exact time an(j

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