Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 11, 1966 · Page 4
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 4

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DHEVEW Tonight 1 Tuitday ramGOULET mi WILLIAMS > A UNIVtISM riClUDE SlrCOND FEATURE UDSON ay SSND "N> tortin Melcher Production • A Universal ficlun Starts Wednesday Seen at the ALGONA By T, M, C. Top 4-W displays ALGONA THEATRE ALGONA LAST TWO DAYS ENDS TUESDAY Monday Matinae 1:30 DOG-GONE DAFFY DISASTER! l» JUKI* vmtoiKi'i no. tit ADMISSION Adults — Mat. 90c - Nights SI Children Under 1? — 50c I'll Take.Sweden, with Bob Hope and Tuesday Weld, didn't even get a rating in the Motion Picture Hearld, which is sort of a Bible for the industry, in general, and exhibitors, in particular. A "B" rating was all the recognition this saucy little picture got. And yet I have to find one person who saw the film and didn't enjoy it Which brings me back to last Weeks column on the professional critics who often "damn" a picture by their derogatory reviews, Oh, I'll Take Sweden isn't a "world beater" but if it pleases the average cinemaddict—if it provides an evenings relaxation and enjoyment, what matter what the "big boys" say? The settings were plush, the action spontaneous and the acting adequate. Some of Hope's lines border on the suggestive and there is good deal of "double-entre" but in the hands of a master, such questionable situations are more humorous than offensive. Chasing in and out of occupied motel bedrooms could scarcely be called "innocent fun", but it all adds up to an enjoyable evening, regardless of what the .critics say. With 500 TV antennas out of commission in the area, this should prove a bonanza for the local theatre box office. Even with TV sets in working order, a night at the movies provides a pleasant "change of pace." Sands ,of the Kalahari is a frustrating picture which attempts to show the frailty of modern civilization when all holds, are barred. Dumped on a trackless desert by accident, five men and one woman battle the relentless forces of nature and slowly disintegrate under the strain. As if to emphasize the point, a herd (is this the word for the group?) of ferocious apes are introduced and these primitive animals seem better adjustad than the principals in the cast. Naturally, sex is introduced in the person of the lone woman n the group (Susannah York) and again the viciousness of human nature is brought to light.' "frustrating isn't it? Especially with all those apes running around without a care in the world except the murderous shots from human rifles. The burning sands of the desert, the contrasting cool of twilight and a silver moon, give the picture plenty of atmosphere but I'm afraid the apes still steal the show. The April calendar looks interesting with such films as The Silencers (hops you like this one), Flight of the Phoenix and The Chase, highlighting the bill, See you . at the movies— your best entertainment bet. FOUR CORNERS CLUB MEETS The Four Corners Mothers and Daughters club will meet Thursday, April 14, with Loretta Brpssder with Evelyn McNeil assisting. Roll call is a Household Hint. Program will be on Civil Rights. Charter Cheer will be brought by Rena Cruikshank. NOTICE This is the Larson School of Hairstyling SUMMER CLASS SCHEDULE. Monday, June 13 Monday, July II 'Visit Anytime' 'Enroll Early' Classes are filling rapidly LARSON SCHOOL OF HAIRSTYLING 2Q3'/2 Grand Ave. — Phone 262-5588 Spencer, Iowa Dtanna Salisbury* Armefronf, visited her steter and family, the Wayne Deckers, from Thursday until Sunday afternoon, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Harcey and Sarah, New Richmond, W!*., spent from Thursday Until Moil' day with his parents, ftev, and Mr*, FtinJt Hafcey. Kfifeil, their daughter, arrived from LaCros- iey Wtt. Friday till SUrtday accompanied by Rita Spangler, of Nicllsville, VVis. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Capesiws were Easter dinner guests at their daughter's, Dr. «id Mrt. 3. B. Wiiikel " Mr, and Mrs. Ray Lafiftitt f*k a train at ferry Tu«*<ky Md returned Thursday ffotn ft*** ney, Neb., where they rented .i, house. Mr. Langfitt W being transferred there next week to . manage the uptown and drive-in theatres. •t+ti -ataajhltta-tf Mr? «til towtle * them. Mr*. Glenn toidlow, &#rditw Towne, came from Bk>r> tninttort, Ind. last Monday. Col. Md'lta'ft. ft Clapper and aoi* aMVed Thursday to stay uftttt Sunday (yesterday), .They are: enroute to Hawaii for a three year alignment.. CHAMPION — ALGONA A. O. K. CHAMPION — CRESCO BOYS RUNNniUP — SENECA PROGRESSIVE FARMERS RUNNERUP — U-GO-I-GO HONORABLE MENTION went to the Union Boys, Buffalo Boys, LuVerne Eager Beavers, Riverdale Rustlers 1 and Lone Rock Lively Rockets. Winning displays will be exhibited at the Kossuth County Fair. 4—ALGONA (Iowa) ADVANCE MONDAY, APRIL 11, 1966 Kite flying contest held April 2 The annual Kite Flying contest, sponsored by the Kiwanis Club, was held April 2 at the Bertha Godfrey school playground. There were 30 contestants and a tangled mess resulted when 15 of them became mixed up! 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