•WALOONA (low.) ADVANCE MONDAY, MARCH 7, 1964 Seen at the ALGONA By T. H. C. Doris Day, as Hollywood's number one lady moneymaker, lias baen. tumbling in and out of beds, t opening the wrong doors, and getting, by with it ALGONA ENDS WED. MARCH 9 for years. In her folksy, aw- shucksy way, she has been e*> cusihg her indiscretions by innocently asking "What happen* ed last night" and of course, nothing happened. In Do Not Disturb, our little heroine almost steps out of her usual role and in the big scene, in which she gets drunk and reckless and finds herself trapped in a tiny shop with a leering Frenchman, she goes a little beyond her usual limit of propriety. PAUL CONNIE MAUREEN FORD STEVENS D'STON STARTS THURSDAY When this eligible F.B.I, man I well remember, some twenty years ago, when the legitimate stage was overrun witn a deluge 01 what might be called French farces. I recall two quite distinctly—Up In Mabel's Room and A Night in a Turkish Bath In all of tnese, there was a good deal of running in and out of doors and in me end, every thing was quite logical and in nocent. What I'm trying to say, un successfully, is that Do Not Dis turk follows the same tiresome pattern. We are always sure Doris will remain faithful to her husband (Rod Taylor) am that all this excitement is based on a purely erroneous supppsi tion. But it becomes very tire some after about an hour and I was ready to leave the theatre long before the show was over. The Nominee* Besides Lee Marvin, best-ac;or Academy Award nomina- ;ions last week went to Richard Burton (for The Spy Who Came n From the Cold), Sir Laurence Olivier (Othello), Rod Steiger (The Pawnbroker), and Oskar Werner (Ship of Fools). Compe- tails her cat through I his yard < the chase 1 leads FUN STARTS FLYIN 1 ! Walt Disneys mobt hilnrioto comedy cm TECHNICOLOR*. CI065 Will O'iiwv Production lite production which in my look Was worthy of a feature billing on thy program. A U.S. western, from a book written >y an Englishwoman And made >y a French director, it also featured a Swedish leading man, a French-American heroine and an assortment of Mexican sup- >orting actors. Beautifully photographed in California's Death valley, with stunning sweeps of desert landscapes, The Reward tells a simple but thrilling story of greed and avarice. Ship of Fools lived up to all its advance notices but coming on the heels of The Reward and running well over two hours, it proved too much for this would-be critic and I was forced to omit the grand finale Space forbids a summary of the action which takes place on a ship, as the title denotes. Acting and direction are superb and will have to let the review go at that, again regretting the unfortunate booking which places two remarkable pictures on one 4Vfe hour program. Blue and Gold banquet for Titonka Cubs Titonka — Cub Scout Pack 63 held its annual Blue and Gold banquet Feb. 19. Guests of 49th wedding ting for best-actress honors are Julie Andrews (The Sound of Music), Julie Christie (Darling), Samantha Eggar (The Collector), Elizabeth Hartman (A Patch of Blue), and Simone Signoret (Ship of Fools). Nominated as 1965's best film were A Thousand Clowns, Darling, Doctor Zhivago, Ship of Fools, and The Sound of Music. Nominations in all categories were dominated by Doctor Zhivago and The Sound of Music, each named in 10 categories. The winners will be announced on April 18. Just why the "powers that be" booked Ship of Fools (a long one and nominee for 8 or 10 Academy Awards) as the last of a double feature, floors me* I've been chasing the "Ship" around the various screens for months and now find that I have to wait while the first feature is over in order to see this important picture. I made the mistake of sitting honor were the Dale Lock- woods, Burt. Den 1 gave a skit. Leaders for this den are Mrs. Edward Uken and Mrs. Marc Iverson. Den 2 gave the "Story of Blue and Gold". Den mothers are Mrs. Loren England and Mrs. Kenneth Krantz. Den 3, led by Mrs. Eunice Mechler and Mrs. Eloise Stoddard, presented the theme of the banquet, Strong For America. Group singing, presentation of awards, announcements and games followed. The Clarence Brandts have a son born February 18 at the hospital in Britt, 6 Ibs. 13Ms oz., named Carl Philip. Maternal grandmother is Mrs. Laura Nicholson and paternal grandparents are the Chris Brandts, all of TitonJca. The V.F.W. Auxiliary met March 1 at Mrs. LaVerle Foil- man's with Mrs. Dennis Dreesman co-hostess. Titonka Federated club met Feb. 24, a week later than scheduled because of illness of the MR. AND MRS. W. C. Taylor celebrated their 49th wedding Sunday, March 6, with a family dinner at the Johnson House. March 4th was the actual wedding date. The Taylor's three sons and families were present: Mr. and Mrs. Rex Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. Mitch Taylor, and Mr. and Mrs. Dean Taylor and 11 grandchildren. Photo by Mike Stillman. 25th wedding of St. pair There were 180 at an open house at Trinity Lutheran chu* rch, Algona, Feb. 27,for the Art Leeks. The children were hosts for the 25th wedding. Mrs. James Bierstedt was registrar. Darwin Leek was toastmaster. Virgean Bierstedt serv ed punch. Luana Leek gave a reading. A short program with nieces, nephews and granddaughter was given. At the piano were Patty Fraser and Marlyn-Paetz. Gene and Mary Faulstich were dining room hosts. The cake was cut by Mrs. Lewis Fraser, Minneapolis, and Mrs. Forest Gilmore, Whittempre. Pouring coffee were Mrs. Richard Frans- toach and Mrs. James Baken. Servers were Mrs. James Bierstedt, Mrs. Lucinda Bierstedt, Mrs. Vern Leek, Mrs. Ranney Leek, Mrs. Wm. Leek and Mrs. Gertrude Faulstich. Waitresses were Becky and Patty Fraser, Sheri Baker, Barby Faulstich and Luana Leek. Pastor G. J. C. Gerike had devotions. Dorothy Faulstich and Art Leek were married in St. John's Lutheran church, Burt, Feb. 23, 1941. Their attendants were Ranney Leek and Addie Fraser, Dutch Leek and Mildred Gilmore. Flower girls were Gloria Scandin, in California, unable to attend, and Marlene Frambach. the Wiliiiitt G*iri«'*. .. Mr. iftd Mrs. Ptul Will of Des Moines were Sunday gucsto of her p*r«ntvMr. itui Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Diniel of Algona were Sund.y guwts of his parents, Mr, and Mrs. John Daniel Sr. Mrs. John Daniel Jr. of firitt was a Saturday supper guest of Mr, and Mrs, John Daniel Sr, In the evening, Mrs. John Dan iel Jr., Mrs. John Daniel Sr. ami Mrs. C. B. Robinson Visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs, Don Peterson near GoldfieW. The neighbors had a farewell party Thursday evening for Mr. and Mrs. Luther Kenne and family who moved on Saturday to a farm vacated by the Lee Day family near LuVerne. Linda Nail of Denver, Colo spent the week with her par ents, Mr, and Mrs. Ed Nail. Her father is a patient at the Mer cy hospital in Mason City, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Beer nd daughter of Garner Sunday at the home of his rtio- ttttf, Mw< Ethel Beef. M«. Ataedia Ltptfap ,*nd deofge Cbdk of tegle Grove and Mrs, Addie Haittffi were Sunday tilinner guests at the home of Mis. LuVernfe Boswor- iv and Marvin. t ' Sunday evening pot luck sup- pet guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Glawe were Mr. and Mrs. itooert imiay and ttaUgnter of Masorf City, .Mr. aim Mrs. Grant imiay ot. Clear Lake, Mr. and Mrs. John Oxley, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Krauss, Mr. and Mrs. George Krauss and family, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Krauss and tamily, Mrs. Bjorson, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Sloan and Steve, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Sloan and family, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Glawe, and Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Giawe and family, for the birthdays of George Gtawe, Beth and Jeff Sloan and Tim Glawe. banquet Tuesday for pack through The Reward, a 90 min- speaker. They met at Mrs. Edith i) mi i n SMI - ON FEED - SEED - FERTILIZER WEDNESDAY, MARCH 9 Door Prizes One Drawing at Noon and Another at Close of Business * FEED, SEED & FERTILIZER REPRESENTATIVES WILL BE PRESENT ALL DAY. & DON UTS McDonald's with Mrs. Edward Irandt assisting. The lesson on artificial flower arranging was by Hall Florist of Buffalo Cerier. Mrs. Wm. Orthel gave a ihort lesson. Ramsey Reformed Guild met rob. 24. The lesson was by Mrs. George Heyer, Mrs. Albert Sle- >er and Mrs. Alvin Meinders'.' rlostesses were MesdamssA Rich-) ard Gray, Elmer Ricks, Lawrence Heyer, Donald Tapper," Melvin Ricklefs, and Kathedne Kurtzlaben. Ernest Peterson, who had surgery at Mercy hospital in Mason City, is at home recuperating. The Martin Harms have moved to their farm northwest of Britt and the Harold Harms have moved to the farm they vacated. World Day of Prayer was observed on Feb. 25 at the Doan Methodist church. Guests were Corwith Mrs. Harry L. Maw women of Titoaka church. Methodist $2 plus 5% Discount on Each Ton of Fertilizer $1 plus 5% Discount on Each Ton of Feed or Bag of Seed, "IT WILL PAY YOU TO SEE US NEXT WEDNESDAY" 10% DEPOSIT WILL HOLD YOUR FERTILIZER PURCHASE UNTIL PLANTING TIME IN SPRING! LUVERNE CO-OP ELEVATOR E. A. GUESS, Manager Your v»dnt ad gets best results in the ADVANCE classified page . . , twice as large as any other newspaper want ad page ... all ads classified in "easy to read" type. Use it to buy, sell, trade, help wanted, etc.! FOR DEST RESULTS USE THE ADVANCE ! The annual Blue and Gold banquet of Cub Scout Pack 29 was held Tuesday night of last week at the Congregational center. 1 'Special guests were Mr. and Mrs. Ray Langfitt, Don Fredericks, Rev. Harccy, Joe .Pomplun, Ray Bilsborough, Ted Charles, and Elgin Allen, Invocation was given by Rev. Har- L'SV and Den .2 under Mrs, L.4ri * Ti n f ,. *t«*'j>i r i v>W* ' r t f»c» fxl-* If"* Ploehn did the flag ceremony. Awards were given and special guest was Miss Emily Nevitt, who presented the program. Next meeting will be March 22, when the Pinewood Derby will be held. i" 'New Cubs announced were Jimmy Olson, Danny Frank! and Richard Stangl. Awards were given to the following: Mike Lierley, Lion badge, 1 gold arrow, 1 silver arrow, Under Bear, 1 gold arrow, 1 silver arrow; Larry Groen, Lion badge, 1 gold arrow, 1 silver arrow; absent) Randy Nielsen, Lion jadge; Mike Koob, Lion badge, gold arrow; 1 Chet Black, Lion jadge; Hobby Watson, Lion badge, gold arrow; Steve Sheakley, Lion badge; David Chris- chilles, Lion badge, gold arrow; Brian Will, Lion badge; Robbie Meine, Bear badge, gold arrow, service star, perfect attendance pin, denner stripe; Edwardo Franco, Wolf badge, bear badge, service star; Adolf o Franco, Bear badge; Joel Sindelar, Bear badge; Tim Geelan, Bear badge; Paul Martin, Bear badge; Jimmy Olson, Wolf badge; Mike Starigi, Wolf badge, asst r denner stripe; John Penton, ] gold arrow (bear), denner strl pes; John Peterson, 3 silver ar< rows (wolf); Jeff Merryman, ] gold arrow (wolf); Mark Harris I silver arrow (wolf); Tom Kolp recruiter badge; Jeff Koob, den? ner stripe; Mark Meyer, asst! denner; Joe Higgs, denner stri' pes; Mike Diamond, denner stri T pes; Steve Hutzell, denner stri* pes; Tim Morz, denner stripes; Kevin Shaw, asst. denner; Nicr ky Kramer, asst. denner. , VISITOR — Mayor of Limerr ick, Ireland will represent the, people of Ireland at the annual St. Patrick's celebration in Env metsburg this year. Mr. and Mrs. Don Karlove and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Orville Gardner celebrated the wedding anniversary of the Gardners Saturday evening at Lun's Supper club in Belmond. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Gray of LeMars spent the weekend with his father, George Gray. Jack Shipman, a patient the Veterans hospital in Des Moines, spent the weekend with his family. He returned to the hospital Sunday afternoon for further-'treatment. Jackie Shipman of Des Moines and, Mr, anc Mrs". 'Roland Sfilpman" were al so weekend guests. 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Mr. and Mrs. Perrie DeGroote and Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Moldenhauer of Britt visited Thursday evening at the home of Mrs. Marie Moldenhauer. Jerry Brockman is spending between quarters of his studies at Ames with his mother, Mrs. Laura Brockman. Mrs. Grover Dougard of Britt visited Thursday morning at the home of Mrs. Clarence JUT- gensen. Mr. and Mrs. William Gourley and family have moved in to their new home in the south part of town. Their son and fa mily, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Gourley of Traer are moving farm vacated by his on the parents GRAIN No. i Yellow Corn ______ in No. 2 White Oats in February Beant 1.07 .63 2.63 out out May 1.11 .72 2.66 Nhittemore Co-op. 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