Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 17, 1966 · Page 3
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! 13. Seen at the ALGONA By T. H. C. Ironically, my first appearance in this treasured column of cinema criticism since my involuntary disappearance two months ago, is the result of witnessing a showing of Ecco, a film 1 have been passing up for" many months, due to its contents and the adverse criti-' cism from all the professional reviewers. Truthfully, there is no sound reason for its making, much less showing, such a revolting exhibition of violence, sadism and gore as is here presented to the unwary public. I know our genial manager Langfitt had misgivings about the reception of the film and certainly it would not help the B.O. biz nor add to the "image" of the, theatre. And to add to the surprises, I can't conceive of an actor of the stature of George Sanders having a hand in the unsavory dish. But all 'this is beside the point—it's Top Gift stamps at Dunn's store Top Gift stamp* will fa* given by the new Dunn't SON Save Market in Algoni, prrni* dent William Dunn announced. Stamps were put into the firm's stores five years ago. "We felt they were a necessity in the present food operation," Mr. Dunn explained. Stamp catalogue* are available in the store and orders for merchandise from the catalogues may be placed with the store manager, he added. ALOONA (Iowa) ADVANCt—3 MONDAY, JAN, 17, 1966 to 'S SURE-SAVE ON YOUR FINE New Building We were proud to have furnished all the materials and building equipment for your beautiful new grocery store. MILLER Lumber Co. been here, folks have seen it (or parts of it) now what were my personal reactions? Well I only closed my eyes three times during the most revolting (and unnecessary) scenes—I couldn't even witness a Mexican bull fight, you'll remember. There were sequences of real beauty and some were interesting to see, such as, for example, the Portugal whale fishing sequence as well as the witch initiation in England. Previous films of this nature, such as Mondo Cane and Malamondo, have been equally as,sensational but have lacked the uhappeHz* ing aspects of sadism which EC* co seems to constantly promote. There you have my oafidid comments. Instead of the "Adults only" sign so prominently displayed at the box office and in the newspaper advertise; ments, 1 would suggest a better one—"Stay away." But there are better days— and nights—in the offing. The Ipcress File is one of the better ones and staged a long run at the Downtown World in Minneapolis. It is booked locally Sunday thru Wednesday, Jan. 23-26. The Hallelujah Trail should prove interesting top, although I haven't seen either one. So let's forget EccO and look for better things in the future. WESLEY GUILD CHANGE The meeting of St. Joseph's Guild of Wesley has been changed from Tuesday, January 18 to Thursday, January 20 at 8 p.m. Father Phillips will show slides of his European trip. There are more than 800,000 known species of ants. Hove area at Dunn's Algona To Dunn's Sure-Save Our very best wishes go out to you on the opening of your fine new store. We welcome you to Phillips Street and to Algona. We are sure the relationship will be most successful! BEST WISHES! Blue & White One Stop Phillips.& McGregor ALGONA, IOWA mum to DUNN'S SURE SAVE * Ray Johnson, contractor, is proud to have been selected to remodel and rebuild this fine store. We offer our sincere congratulation's to Bill Dunn & Gerald Bomgaars and wish them best of luck in this new store. RAY JOHNSON - BUILDING CONTRACTOR - 5-2297 Alfou, Iowa ALAN 6. SCHULT2-• , VII Corf*, Germany (AHTNC) — Army PFC Alan D.-Schultz 22, son of Mrs. Catherine Schii- Itz, 410 S. Sample, Algona, qualified as expert in firing tho M-14 rifle in Germany, Jan. 3. The expert rating is the highest mark a soldier can achieve in Ws rifle qualification test. Schultz, 'a .mechanic in. Howit- BatteW tf the 2d ' naissance .^uadroft, «4tt*d the Afmy flnMfty 19«4,i,ttflflg*t«rl basic tfainlhg at fctft Le&iaTd Wood, Mo., and arrived bver- seas the following Novetrt)«f. He attended WMttemote high school and Was employee at Martin's Garage before entfefihg the Army, . ..-• ' Gerald Bomgaars One of the features in the Dunn's Sure-Save Market will be a variety goods store by the Bomgaars organization. This store will be in addition to their downtown Bomgaars Variety Store. Bomgaars will occupy approximately the west one- third of the building in a space approximately 4,000 square feet in size. The firm will have 10 counters of 25-feet each or over 500 linear feet of selling space. Their stock will include sections devoted to children's wear, lingerie, hardware and pet supplies, school and stationery departments, a greeting card section, yarn, domestic and household goods, kitchenware, sewing notions and toys. Bomgaars will also have a 600-square foot warehouse in the building, to house incoming stocks for both of their stores. Four full-time girls will be employed to handle the stock and offer personal service. Bomgaars and Dunn's will be open from 9 a.m. until 9 p.m. daily except Sunday. Many of the items to be handled in the store will be promotional items. There will be a constant change in merchandise, according to Bob Bomgaars. Both Bomgaars and Dunn's will use the same checkout counters. to DUNN'S SURE SAVE Dunn's (Continued from Page 1) the Dunn organization. The Chases have one son. Ricky, 14, and two married daughters, both living at Omaha. She will assist in, the store at the check-out counter. nder I ARM IS BROKEN Julia Johnson. Attorney H. W. Miller's secretary, fell and fractured two bones in her left forearm Friday morning about nine o'clock. The sidewalks were slippery and the accident occurred when she was returning to the office from the post office. She was a patient at St. Ann hospital for several clays. Pike as a name for a highway is a contraction for "turnpike," the bar on old toll roads. We were proud to have installed the beautiful new floor in this fine new grocery store. Algona Floor Service Clarence Macumber — Grady Phillips — Williard Zeigler CONGRATULATIONS DUNN'S SURE-SAVE -I NATE CHASE Nate Chase, 48, who has spent many weeks here setting up the new Dunn Sure Save Market, is the Supervisor of the organization as well as Vice- President of the parent Top Gift Corp. He was born at Pender, Nebr., later lived at Omaha and after high school, began work with the Hinky Dinky food chain. He spent 20 years with this group, sandwiched between a stint in the Army as an engineer in the Aleutians. Mr. Chase joined the Dunn organization in 1964 and has served as Supervisor for the stores since that time. He is married and the couple have four children. He will also remain a resident of Webster City. 4-H radio program Best Wishes to Dunn's Sure-Save Grocery on its beautiful new store. We were proud to have been chosen to completely equip this store with refrigeration, shelving, etc. given Sunday County 4-H presidents Linda Dodds— and Wayne Banwart were narrators on a half hour rado program over KLGA Sunday at 1:30 p.m. Recorded selections of the County Junior and Senior 4-H choruses were played also. These had been recorded at the county 4-H Rally on December 30 in the High School auditorium. Roger Heimstra is the director of the Junior group and Mrs. N. Coughenour directs the Senior chorus. GOP women hold board meeting The board of the Republican Women of Kossuth County met Thursday morning at the R. M. Thoreson residence. Attending were Mesdames L. L. Riter, A. J. Cotten, J. C. Everds, Mark Moore, and Russel Buchanan, of Algona. From Wesley were Mrs. Joe Skow and Mrs. Robert Bo- lenus and from Swea City was Mrs. Lee Davidson. James Refrigeration Co. MASON CITY, IOWA

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