Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 18, 1966 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Monday, April 18, 1966
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•00* ^«" ; ms' ai&jif. w^Mr* i«pp who farm south el tartly, has four hens who have been Hying colored eggs almost every othif day since February. No need/or the Knapp family to have colored any Easter eggs this year. LOOK AT IT VANISH! Milk faff «s good anytime, and Ji« know Iff, Seen at the ALGONA By T. H. C, Nothing tastes better then milk, especially when he!s really thirsty. Milk has a flavor all its own ... so rich and delicious. Be sure your child gets lots of nourishing growing power with milk! if there is ever any doubt about the offerings at our local theatre in comparison with those of the larger cities, there are always constant examples to prove that we are showing the best the market affords here. At the identical time Inside' Daisy Clover was being shown in Algona, it was also running at the Downtown World in Minneapolis, t didn't see the picture at either place, but the critics panned the film. The! Silencers, with Dean Martin, is still running at the State in Minneapolis after six weeks, and it's due here Sunday thru Wednesday, April 17-20. It's a satire on the current James Bond murder-mysteries and is superior to another "spoof", Our Man Flint. Both The Flight of the Phoenix and The Chase are being currently shown in neighboring cities. Big news from Minneapolis is the road-show production of Dr. Zhivago currently being offered at the Academy. This tremendous and magnificent adaptation of Boris Pasternak's classic novel about the Russian Revolution has been compared with Gone With The,Wind in scope and context and should enjoy a long and prosperous run at the luxurious and home like Academy. In another less auspicious but rather startling trend in motion pictures, is the "nudie" film, The Notorious Daughter of Fanny Hill, being shown at the Aster and Cedar theatres, simultaneously, with the personal appearance of the youthful star, Stacy Walker, thrown in for good measure. Miss Walker is purportedly a student in a Texas University and is taking this mean's of breaking into Hollywood pictures; The film is lavishly produced and is head and shoulders above. the average "nudie" productions which up to this point> have been rather cheap and without special merit except possibly, to artists inter- in the female flgur*. Jtttt whtt the reaction to Mi*s Wt> kef's liberal display of epid€f. mics among her fellow agents in Texas will be an inter' esting speculation. The top drawing movie* 1ft the U.S. for March, according to the trade weekly Variety! I. The Sound of Music. 2 Doctor Zhivago. 3. Thunderball. 4. Our Man Flint. 5. Battle of the Bulge. 6. The Silencers. 7. Inside Daisy Clover. T 8. The Oscar. , 9. A Patch of Blue. 10. The Ugly Dachshund. II. The Chase. ••-:*** 12. The Agony and the Ecsta* Mr, and Mr*. Robert Chambers, Doris and Beulah ,ffe< Beaton ? of D« Moines, Mrs, Myrtle Eggleston of LuVerne, Betty West of California ind Chris Nygaard of Ames weft Sunday guests at the Charles Nygaard home at Wesley. * Mr. and Mrs. Jim Siebrands of Diimont visited Sunday afternoon at the Ben Widen home. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Hughett and Nancy of Des Molnes spent Monday, to Wednesday at the Elmer Krauss home and .with Mrs. Maty Bjornson and at the Marvin Sloan home. Evelyn Krauss, student at sy. P.S. Since this column has been printed, The Silen«*i ha» been, dropped and Paul ^Newman in Harper, has been substituted. Harper is brand new and has not been shown in this .area. It has been well received by the critics. f Cot with Mrs. Harry L. Maw Mr'and WsT "David'Hanklhs and family of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Rollie Hankins and family were 'Sunday dinner "guests/ at |he home of \Mr. and Mrs/'Harvey Hankins. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Glawe, and Mr. and Mrs. George. Glawe *-• _* _'J ^ j-'lJi i_t'_^ !. T,S_wii.^-L.'-._ were Sunday e 'supper guests at the Cecil Glawe home. Evening callers were Mr. and Mrs. Glen. Sloan and family, George Gray spent a few'days visiting his children in Des Moines. • ' '•;..' •. ''.'.•. : '*" Mr. and Mrs. Paul Crockett of Minneapolis spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Gaskill. Mr. and Mrs. Thurman Gaskill and Beth Ann were Sunday guests. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Merriam, Mary Rae, Paulette and Connie spent the weekend with hei parents, Mr. and Mrs: LuVerne Thompson at Blue River, ^W Mr. and Mrs. George Yeoman and Robert Mitchell and falnily were Sunday guests at the Ben Widen home;, • .. •'< •<&$$£ ,Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Glawe and forest City, spent her Easter itioation with her parents, Mr, and Mrs. Elmer Krauss. fidd Schoenwetter and Tillle Thome of Garner were Sunday [uests at the Elwood Geary jome. *.':•;•' -'.-'.v /• ," . A baby t shower was held Friday afteriibbn at the home of Mrs. Elmer Livingston in honor of Charlotte Mullins, daugh- er of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Mullins. Mr. and Mrs, Albert Fish and family visited Friday evening at the Jim Fett home. Sunday guests at the Albert Fish home were Mr. and Mrs F. F. Fett and Mr. and Mrs Oarrell Fett and sons of Lu Verne, Mr. and Mrs. Jerald Richardson of Britt and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Niewald of Ft. Dodge. Mr. an^d Mrs. Myron Cram visited Sunday evening at the Le Roy Scholz home. ; Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ezarski and Carla* of Mason City were Sunday dinner guests at the Ben Frisbie home in Britt. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Hash Jr. and family of Sioux Falls, S.D. weekend at the home rents, Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Ji||h. On Sunday they all had dinner at the Lester Eden in Titonka. l;Mr..and Mrs. James Veldhouse and Jim and Mrs. Laura VeWhouse were Sunday guests at the Lome Garnant home at New Hampton . Mr. and Mrs. Earl Chambers ind Mr. land Mrs. Charles We- bjer of Cedar Falls were Sunday dinner guests at the Kenneth Wagner home. Stephenie Bartick and David Risyold, who attend, St. Olaf college at Northfield;. Minn, spent Easter .vacation with their M». Richard Mullin In Lite. ., • Mrs. Robert Mitchell wa* a patiwit at the Hancock Memorial hospital at Britt Friday to Momky. Mr. and Mrs. DeRay Godfrey and LUllan Masterson of Mason City, Mike Williams of Mason City, Patty Williams of Bayard, and Mr. and Mrs. Warren Mcln- tire were Sunday dinner guests at the Lee WilUams home, Mrs. Warren Lederer of South Orange, New Jersey return* ed home Sunday after being called here by the sickness and death of her father, Carl Long Sr. Mm. But* la ftftt J, and Mrs. fkman and family *p*nt day w«h hef «i«ter wd f Mr and Mrs. Ralph Modlin Iowa Falls. Mrs, Robert Nutty and family of Sioux fall*, S.D, spent Bister weekend with her moth** , Mrs. Emma O*ley. Sunday guests were Mr. and Mrs. William Erdman. .. , < Mr, and Mrs. Vance Halverson and family of Thomfjon and Mr. and Mrs. William my* ers and family were Sunday of Mr. and MM. and Mrt. Harold Ntelsori, iMr. and Mrt. Hubert Nielson,. Mr, Md M». tttte Zeftture and Oret^ hen of LuVerne, Mr. and Mrs. totfer Will of Minneapolis, Mary Witt <rf Mtnkato, Craig Damson of lowt City, Steve Agard of Satherville and Mr; and Mrs. Fred Will. I IW tilP UH...5JUib ion-crafted horizontal Control? pips nqvy. dyanea brifhtcr color phosphors for d««P«r. t> ceior ptotur«ti At f»r/y Amirlewt •« Mil OtorgttowH, Modil lH5S4f. Mft/iterrtfian Styling I COLOR TV 9PICIALI K' overall diag.; Z$5 s,o. in. viewable area The PANTf SOME Mo4*l IHSSH Masterpiece cabinet of genuine oak veneers in Spanish Provincial Contemporary styling with walnut-grained finish. 26,000- volt Advance Q-26 horUontal styling. ?5" rectangular color TV with n "--•' -----^-- sjye Tut-Out CohtroVCenter'with . new rare-earth phosphors for briahter. truer colors. Esclu- chassis with reserve power for sharper, brighter pict brighter r«ro-&irOt ELECTRONIC SPECIALTIES DIAGONAL STREET ADMIRAL RAPIO A TV o David. Johnson,' Jr. re- turhed-to her home from the Hancock Memorial hospital, Brittr ; Rev. and Mrs. C. K... Peters of ^Corwith * Peters, former .''••"Corwith;"; pastor, was Speaker at the First Baptist church on Sunday. Mrs. R. C. : VVelter spent; Sunday with their son and family, Mr. and Mrs.; Robert WeltePdn Mason City; " Mr. and Mrs. John Mullin and Wr. and ; Mra. Ernest Nelson of jCuiawha were Sunday dinner at the home of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Don Krebs and family of Cedar Rapids were Monday dinner guests at the pare Ben Krebs home. den. The neighbor ladles helped Mrs. Maurice Devine celebrate her birthday Monday afternoon. Jean Fleming of Des Moines spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Fleming, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Davis and girls of Des Moines were Sunday guests. Mr. and Mrs. Jake Leerar spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Fleming in Clinton. Margaret Hunter of Clarinda spent Wednesday and Thursday wtth Helen Sloan. Helen Sloan and Mrs. Earl GJersted took her to Fort Dodge on Friday to return to her home. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Livingston, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Livingston and Mrs. Ethel Morris were Sunday guests at the Elmer Livingston home. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Cockrell and son moved to Kanawha where he is employed. Larry has been employed at Lee TV Paul Scheffleman, who ait- tends Mason City junior college spent the weekend with his par ents, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Scheffleman. American Legion Auxiliary met on Tuesday evening at the Catholic rectory with Mrs. Steve Devine, Mrs. Harold Green, and Mrs. Walter Wilhite serving. Plans were made for the county meeting which is to be the last Tuesday in April. Tom Welter is the new president of the Corwith Merchant club, Lee Williamson, vice president and Mrs. Elwood Geary, sec.-treas. , Mr!' and Mrs. Charles Higgle spent Thursday to Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. George Hig- gle at Shellsburg. Steve Oxley, who has spent the past ten days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lafe Oxley, Jr., left for Ft. Lee, Va. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Chambers^ returned to their home after spending several months in Lake Worth, Fla. ,, Mr. and Mrs, Elson Ashpole moved into their apartment above their garage and Mr. and Mrs. William Ashpole and family moved into the house they vacated. Mr. and Mrs. Perrie DeGro- dinner C. B. Meyers. Janice Widen of Dubuque spent the weekend wtth, her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Wi- Mr. and Mrs. Robert Beer and daughter of Garner, Linda Nail of Denver, Colo., Mary Site and Kathy Devine of Des Moines, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Nail and Jim, Mr. and Mrs. Steve Devine and Steve, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Devine and family, Mrs. Ethe Beer and Mrs. Bertha Nail were Sunday dinner guests at the Maurice Devine honie. Sunday dinner guests at the Lavoy Dawson home were Mr (lewa) AOVANCI MONDAY; AWIL 11, ALGONA NOW THROUGH W7DN6SDAY, APRIL 20 ExeNiflient clings IV HIM ill M IN COLOR NOW SHOWING — ENDS TUESDAY BOATERS! £•• Us for Our 3 in 1 Outboard Motor and Boat i '\ <• ' . '. Policy, Offirinf • "All Risk" Physical Danv ate Protection for yo.ur boat, motor, trailer and miscellaneous poatiaf equipment, t Bodily Injury and Prop. •rty Damage Liability. • Medical Expense Goyer* for you. your family and your guests, We weule- like if tell yeu Insurance A.J. Rieklcfs e\NP JimGeelan ote were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Robert De Groote. Ilene Krauss, who attends school at Waverly and Marilyn Krauss who teaches at Webster City spent Easter vacation with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Krauss. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Maw and family spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Gail Slack and family in Des Moines. David and Paul Considine who attend college at Morningside, spent the Easter vacation with their parents, Rev. anc Mrs. Considine. ; Mrs, Robert Mitchell is patient at the Hancock Memor ial hospital in Britt, Mrs. Esther Kouba and Mrs Lucille Johnson : accompaniec Mr. and Mrs, Ralph Lawrence of Fort Dodge to Rochester Airs. Kouba will go to the clinic Mark Considine spent Thursday and Friday at the Hancock Memorial hospital in Britt. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kraf and daughter visited Monday at the Dale Yeoman home Mon day evening- John Daniel Sr, returned U his home on Friday from the Hancock. Memorial hospital Britt. Mr. and Mrs, Lou Hoover of Burt were' Friday evening supper guests at the home of their daughter and family, Mrs, Dale Yeoman. Mrs. Addie Hamm spent Saturday and Sunday with her daughter and family, Mrs. Art Kraft in Renwick. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Yeoman and daughter were Sunday dinner guests of her parents, Mr, and Mrs, Lou Hoover at Burt. Patty Williams of Bayard spent Easter with, her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Williams. Mr. »nd Mrs. Leslie Peduner and Mrs. Clara Wolf e of Lii Verne were Siuiday dinner guests at the Clarence Jurgensen home. A son was born on Thursday, April 7 to Mr. an4 Mrs. Paul Carson at the Mercy hospital ALGONA tt'swttenaprrttyWWOltrtdMin harMiNtt^aMUW! r MR. FARMER in Fort Podge. He weigbeld 9 Ibs. and 3 o& aud named Jef, fery Paul. Mrs, C3»r«oft is the formi&r Poroitlny Sio«n. Mr. <Mtf Mrs. Charles Morti- Our tenk wefen, under the management of Ron Butcher, will be happy te serve your spring needs. With us you get yeur dividend at the time of purchase. 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