Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 11, 1967 · Page 6
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ire e e e• e e• •• e • • • • • • • • • • Don't Make Waves, which was released in July, was a "beach picture geafed for the summer trade, according to a newsrelease. It was a little late for local consumption and the costumes that some of the gals wore, were scare- ly adequate for the December breezes. There wasn't much plot but what there was concerned itself with infidelity, hardly a theme for youthful consumption, which has always been a favorite for beach films. Tony Curtis has a role tailor made for his limited talents and Claudia Cardinale plays the sexy mistress with total disregard for her various stages of undress. The funniest scene in the picture comes at the climax as a house, perched oti a seaside cliff is hit by a wall of mud and rolled away with the cast inside. A new-comer, Sharon fate, gives the most Winning performance and she is slated for two upcoming pictures. Keep your eyes on Miss Tate, she may prove to be a star. It is ironic that December, a banner month for most businessmen, is one of the poorest for movie managers. Its been that way as long as 1 can remember and 1 well recall the late Norman Rice, trying vainly to stem the tide of indifference towards the movies during this month. But Manager Reab is optimistic and points to a rebirth of MtfNDAY, DIG, 11, 1ft? the films for his theatre with Sound of Music and faming of the Shrew as headliners. During the month, however, the theatre enjoys extra curriculum activities such as Merchants parties and special events, hot to mention the advertising cards which take a full 12 minutes to run and include almost every business in Algona, incidently, after about the third or fourth time thru, 1 sometimes wonder about the efficacy of the project, since even my own advertisement loses its appeal. However, as one advertising expert point- out—you can't flash your name too often before the public; so perhaps my reactions are of no consequence. USE THE "PEACH" TO REACH 27,000 HOMESI FLOYD'S SERVICE .FRIDAY - SATURDAY - SUNDAY DECEMBER IS • 16 - 17 FREE PEPSI CANDY FOR THE CHILDREN PRIZES FIRST PRIZE — G. E. TEFLON STEAM A DRY IRON SECOND PRIZE.— MANNING-BOWMAN TOASTER RIZ|yPOp||RN |p^fi|||| | REGISTER AS OFTE&AS YOU LIKE BET-ACQUAINTED OFFER ONE 6 PACK OF 12 Ox. PEPSI A ONE SACK OF 29e POTATO CHIPS Only 39« Plus Bottle Deposit Although we have been in business the last 4 years as a Superior Station, we would like to invite our many friends and customers to atop in this weekend and get acquainted with our new Gulf Station and Gulf Products. We would also like to remind you that inside our station we are still selling milk, bread, cigarettes, small appliances, drug items and sundries. FLOYD'S GULF SERVICE 719 SOUTH PHILLIPS ALGONA, IOWA Engaged clerk. Full safe details in today's Advance. . , Dtc, 17— Louie Miller public suction, at farm 0 miles east and 3/4 mile north of Ledyiird. Site includes trucks, ears, furniture, tools and antiques. Quinn, Clark It Clark, auctioneers; State Bank) of Ledyard, clerk. Pull detail* in Advance today. Dec. 21— 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. tohsillectomy last Thursday morning at the hospital at EitherVille Me was aft over* night ^patient. Marlyn i§ the son of the Robert Andersons. .Parrel ttewlift and v, E. Haselhoff left for Marian on .Friday lor the deer hunting season till Monday. Mrs. Hazelhoff was a guest Sunday of the Newlin's. MR. AND MRS. Edward U. Lee of Boston, Mass,, announce the engagement of their daughter, Susan Frances, to Ensign Vernell P. Ludwig, USNR, of Algona. Miss Lee is a graduate of Ursuline Academy, Dedham, and is a member of the class of 1968 at Newton College of , the Sacred Heart. Ensign Ludwig, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Vernell P. Lud- 'Wig, Algona, is a graduate of Garrigan high school, Iowa , State University, and the Na- >val Officer Candidate School of Newport, Rhode Island. He 'is currently serving in Viet 1 Nam. A late fall wedding is planned. Swea Eagle Mrs. Kenneth trem* Farm Auctions Dec. 11 — Eldon Sabin dairy auction, at farm located IVfe miles north of Wallingford and one-half mile west. Sale includes 45 head of Hoi' stein Dairy Cattle, plus riding 1 horses and equipment. Clark , & Lloyd Clark, auctioneers; Emmet County State Bank, Estherville, clerk. Full sale details in Advance Thursday. Dec. 13 — Walter Freilinger sale, at farm located five miles west of LuVerne and then l l /2 miles north. Sale includes complete line of machinery and some straw. Charf ' ley Quinn, auctioneer; Livermore State Bank, clerk. Full sale details in Advance last week. ,:• Dec. 13 — John Ufkes es-! tate sale, at farm located twoj miles south and 3'/2 .east ,( Titonka, Iowa. Sale%dlude full line of macHinery "an some household goods. De-1 Vrdes Bros., Buffalo Center, auctioneers; Tiitonka Savings Bank, clerk. Full sale details j in Advance last Thursday. D«c. 14 — James "Jake" , I Becker closing out sale, at'j 'farm located 1% miles west of Bancroft and first place j south. Sale includes three tractors, 27 head of cattle and. other miscellaneous items, j Charley Quinn & Clair Clark', auctioneers; Farmers & Traders Bank, Bancroft, clerk! Full sale details in Advance today. '. . Dtc. 16 — Dave Kollasch farm sale, at farm located IVa.-, miles south and 2>/4 east of Whittemore. Sale includes a full line of machinery.. Charley Quinn, auctioneer; Farmers State Bank, Whittemorej The Francis Sullivan's were Sunday visitors at her sister, the John Campbells, Iowa Falls. Recent visitors at Fran- y cis Sullivan's were their daughter, the James Jensens, Ames. Shirley Sullivan, student at Briar Cliff College, Sioux City, was a recent visitor at the parental Francis Sullivan's. Shirley, a senior, is majoring in high school math. Mrs. William Tobin returned home from Fairmont hospital Thursday after being a patient nine days. She was readmitted on Saturday morning, with what was diagnosed as a case of the flu. The Paul Hansons, Frankfort, Germany, have their first child, a boy, November 11. The baby was named Shawn Kendall. Mrs. Hanson went to Germany about August 1. Grandparents are the Elmer Baileys and Lawrence Hansons, Swea City, and great grandparents are Mrs. Martina Peters and Mrs. Gladys Hanson, Swea City, arid the Lou Halls, Minneapolis and Mrs. Bert Jeffries, Swea City, is a great great grandmother. Mr. Hanson is specialist 4 in the Army. Marlyn Anderson, 6, had a CHRISTMAS PARTY Union Mothers and Daughters Club will meet at the home of Eva Arends, Dec. 14 at 11:30 a.m. Each member please bring their own sandwiches. Dessert will be furnished by the menu committee. • , . There will be a $1 gift exchange and a collection will be taken for the ^Children's', •Home. Also, bring Butter Nut coffee coupons. Mr: and Mrs. Lester Walker, Algona, were given a farewell party, Nov. 22. Attending were Joe Besches, Phil Eischens, Orville . Mullers, Harold Bjustroms, Frances Bjustroms, Dick Kueckers, Duane Metzgers, Willie Krus- es, Vern Walkers, Merlin Walkers, Mrs. Larry Devine, Jim Ldndhorsts, John Rich, Garbrant Wibbens, John Redings. Unable to attend were the Allan Walkers, Charles Bjustroms, Laurence Kirschs, Maynard Kuecks, Jim Camps and Don Ericksons. A clock was given the honorees. The Walkers moved to a farm southwest of Emmetsburg Nov. 28. fruit Htnry w«n» to ltfh< any, Mo., last week to see his brother and sister-in-law, Mr, and Mrs , Clay Henry, the former of whom is not in good health. Mr*, DM* Orant ft •xpaettd home soon from Jacksonville, N. C., where she has been visiting her husband who is in service, She is a daughter of the dene Minards. VFN Auxiliary and post party to be Dec. 13 The VFW held its Post and Auxiliary meeting Nov. 8. 10th district president Elsie Kvamsdale from Swea City inspected the auxiliary. Two reinstated and one new member were initiated. Grandmothers of servicemen are eligible to join the VFW auxiliary and Kanawha was the first unit in the state to have a 100% membership. They are in the 10th district. The silver march netted $4.77. Door prize was won by Mary Goodman and cancer prize went to Deloris Roethler. $8.12 was sent to the auxiliary cancer fund. Christmas packages were sent to boys (of members) in the service. The December meeting be a &to pot luck for both the auxiliary and post oh Dec. 13. Men are to bring (a 50c gift fof * man and Women a 50c gift for a woman. Bingo •will be played. Bring Vet dog food labels and Butter Nut coffee strips to the meeting. The next district Jneetifl will be at Clarion, the d* to b«f announced later.,/ g (NO! TUESDAY OKi l row FRANCOS* Mrs. Ralph Dpnovan spent last week at Worthington, Minn., with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wittern and family. Mrs. P«t« Halsrud has returned from a visit of a few days at Mason City with her daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Braun. THE FLAG IS FLYING IN MEMORY OP . S|t. Henry A. Scheppman World War 2 a t Army EASTUWN OFFICE — 708 S. Phillips, Algona, Iowa 9 — 5 Monday through Friday Saturday 9—12 A.M. . .Sunday 1 — 5 P.M. GIFT IDEAS FROM READ'S National Chair Fair GREAT VALUES ON MOST WANTED STYLES! Love-seat in Tweed $119.95 Swivel Rocker Matchmate the Ewly American look with this chirming love seat! Styled with a mi-«ttached back and rpunded arms. Luxuriousi S^lffoflin. cushioip sit pn a g «jying base. See it to4«y! »•» n Gambles with a happu future A wonderland of exciting and beautiful Christmas gifts await you in the new Read's Furniture store in Algona . . , new colors, new stylings in home furnishings ... accessories to highlight your rooms , . . pictures, lamps, rugs, tables, pillows, artificial plants, etc, A gift for the home is the most treasured of all and doubly so when it comes from Read's. Stop and browse this week at Algona's most exciting Christmas store. Wall Pictures ,,$9,95yp 1 Tabli - Floor Limps,, $14.81 ip Docorator Pillows (1*88 up Chairs, rookon nd swivols S«okii| Tiblit, oboioo colors $14,88 Rocord OiMniii walut . , . $24.88 i Aoeoat 8 Arti Rugs . .. . 828.88 up . • . ^Fwwwwp "mi Matching swivel rocker is upholstered in an olive tweed. Neatly tailored pleated skirt, reversible "T" cushion. Comfort plus good looks... a fine addition to your home. Hurry in! No Monty Gown $$.»0 PtrMonth ead's Furniture & Watson Interiors "Til Sim" 39*4411 39? f, STATE JW-3177 . MOONA.IA. Phon. 39$-??)* C«U ft Phillip* itrttt Algont, tew* 4. *:,,

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