Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 25, 1966 · Page 6
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i Seen at the ' ALGONA •y T. M. C. 4-AIOONA (tttwt) ADVANCt MONDAY, APRIL M, IfM This is the tihie of year when every critic—professional, amateur or just the "side-walk" variety, piits in his "nickel's worth" about the Academy Awards. Hie big show in Hollywood followed the usual lines of boredom, waiting for the big decisions which came after 1 had long since retired. A dance number by Cyd Charisse was a welcome relief but the rest was routine. There was little doubt about the best picture, after Sound of Music had broken all box office records and, was such a general favorite. It wouldn't have been my personal choice although enjoyed it once, largely because of the wonderful photography and the singing of Julie Andrews. But was it really the "best". Technically, did it rank with Dr. Zhivago, The Pawnbroker, Ship of Fools? Lee Marvin seemed a popular choice for best actor in Cat Balou, from the ovation he received from the audience but for my money Rod Steiger (Pawnbroker) ^arid' Omar; Sharif (Dr. Zhivago) were much more effective in more substantial roles. 1 saw {Cat Balou in Minneapolis months ago and truthfully, thought it Was very crude and superficial—even for the satirical' comedy it was supposed to be?' - V- '•' ^ ' * They gave Julie Christie the best actress Oscar for her performance in '" Darling which didn't register in my book. Her role as Lara in Dr. Zhivago seemed much, much more effective. There you have it, from my point of view. Most cinem- addicts probably haven't seen many of the films since the big road show productions do not make the smaller theatres for at least a year. When I read Times' comment on Harper, I knew I was "in" for it, I, quote: , "Hired killers,, bagmen, juvenile, cops; mysterious servants and religious nuts tumble over one another in Harper, and the (i * Fenton girl to Minneapolis Miss North Iowa Band Queen of 1965, Marilyn Alt, recently completed resident-training at Professional Business Institute in Minneapolis as a medical as- sistant-receptionist. She is now working with Dr. H. Friedman ophthalmologist, in Minneapo lis. She is the daughter of the Lawrence Alts, Fenton. Bulldog ALGONA TONIGHT THROUGH WEDNESDAY IRONIC TWIST OF FATE! STARLITE DRIVE IN ,,Rock Hudson Prentjss Ho WAIO HAWKS HIM aris Favorite Sport?" SECOND FEATURE convoluted plot demands an audience's unwavering attention). By combining flamboyant suspense with a sunbaked slice of life and lots of good mean fun, Director Smight makes eve|ry clue a pleasure to follow." I have a. "one-track" mind when it comes to the movies; as soon as they bring in an assortment of characters who may,.or may not contribute to the action or plot, I'm lost. I enjoy a movie like Hud (one of Paul Newman's best) because it is a character study and I am able to follow the action from beginning to end. Harper is a fine picture, beautifully photographed, expertly acted and intelligently written and directed. Maybe if I saw it again, I could piece together the various actors and actresses and put them in their right positions. Actually, the plot is quite simple and involves the kidnapping of a millionaire and the ransom money. In the end, almost ev eryone in the cast is involved while Newman is put squarely in the middle, as a gum-chewing gumshoe (detective). Lauren Bacall, as the millionaire's flippant wife, Janet Leigh as Harper's wife, Shelley Winters as an ex-mistress of the missing victim, Pamela Tiffin as the daughter and Julie Harris as the dope fiend, round up the feminine contingent while Robert Wagner and Arthur Hill contribute effectively to the masculine part of the cast. Harper is brand new and current and adds to the prestige of the local theatre. School lunch folks to convention School lunch women from the Algona schools who will attend ;he Iowa School Food Service Assn. convention in Des Moines at Veterans Auditorium Friday and Saturday are: Nellie Kern, Mildred Miller, Josephine Kunkel, Fern Thompson, Wilma Kinden, Vivian Skogstrom, Dora Dremmel, Nellie Van Allen, and Helen Comfort. Attending the convention on Saturday only will be Bernadine Allen, Bernice Thomson, Esther Wood, Dorothy Boldridge, Luella Maleug, Hanna Seefeld, Luella Murphy, Regena Bode. Others who will go for the Saturday session are Marie Col well, Hazel Schneider, Fern Houchins, Jesse Miller, Cecelia Simons, Bernice Reynolds and Elsie Heiderschidt. SPRING PLANT SALE The Algona Garden club wil hold its annual Spring Plant sale Friday in the Bradley building south of the courthouse at 9:OG a.m. In addition to plants there will be weathered wood, contain ers, etc. Algonan's poem is selected for publication Judy Frank received word on Friday that one of her poems, "The ( Suicidal View," will be published in the book Lyrical Iowa. She entered five poems in. the contest which ended Feb. 15 and they were judged with 1412 submitted by other adults. Two of her works went to the finals which include five per cent of those. entered — one was selected for publication. Entries in the contest totaled 3430 — poems by adults, college and grade school students and light verse. Of these 27E will be published in Lyrical Iowa which will be on sale in Septem ber. The contest is sponsored by the National Poetry Assn. Judy, is the wife of Norm Frank and they have a daughter Liz, 3 l /2 years old. This is no: Mrs. Frank's first experience at writing. Her first poem was published when she was in the second grade in school and! one was published each year of high school. The one entered in her senior year placed first in the state of Iowa. For six years she made no effort along this line, but in the last two years entries were published in each issue. M-D BANQUET HELD The St. Benedict C. D. of A. held an annual Mother-DaUgta tef banquet April 18. Toastmaster was Father Nicholas RUba, pastor of the St. Benedict parish. Grand Regent Stella Eisch* en gave the welcome* Rev. Jer* ome Dcgan, missionary in Latin America, spoke about his experiences while working in Peru. Mrs. Marvin Eischen gavel the tribute to the daughters, and Ann Eischen gave the mothers tribute. Jackie Holmes received the prizes for the youngest daughter present. Mrs. Marvin Eischen received the honor of having the most daughters present. SHOWER IS GIVEN Julie Vipond was given a miscellaneous nuptial shower recently. Hostesses were Mesdames Bill Dodds, Gene Brandow, Leonard Warner, Vincent Esser, Art Keek, Pete Erpelding, Gerald Haas, and Tim Vipond. It was held at the Tom Vipond home. Among the 35 guests were the mother and sis- ;ers of the groom-torbel from the Fairmont, Minn., 'irea. Julie Haas had the welcome and Linda Dodds gave a reading. DATE SPRING RALLY '?• ' Our Savior Lutheran Church, Swea City, will host the Spring Rally of the Algotiaf Zone Lutheran Women's Missionary Lea gue on Wednesday, April 27th. The theme of the rally will be "Even So Send I You." Registration at coffee hour will be* gin at 9:30 with opening devo turns at 10:30. COME FOR BIRTHDAY Mrs. Henry Engstrom had cal lers Wednesday afternoon in honor of her birthday: Msdms Leon Gardner, Fred Seefeld and Frank Johnson of Wesley and Mrs. Otto Engstrom and Betty Jane, Algona. ( , Evening guests were her son'and daugh ter, the Bob Engstroms' and Bpb Deals. ' j ' ; By SALLY BAY VtfVWWWW Engaged MR. AND MRS. Jack Krebsbach .of Ledyard announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, De- ores Ann, to Richard Louis Kahler, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Kahler. She is a 1985 graduate of Ledyard high school and a graduate of La'James College of Hairstyling in Mason .City. He is a 1962 graduate of St. John's high school in Bancroft. A May 23 wedding is being planned at Sacred Heart Catholic church in Ledyard. ' : Student Council alMtioni will be May 4. The slate of candidates Ut drawn Up by the senior council members. --AHS— Newly ttoted officers for the Future Business Leaders of America include Darla Carr, President; Linda Pfoffer, Vice President; Diane Allen, Secretary; Nancy Elmore, Treasurer; Alberta Pergande, Historian; Rose Mino, Reporter. —AHS— Th» Distributive Education Class members held a banquet Wednesday night at the Johnson House. Members, who escorted their Donna Betch employers, were with Mr. Blest Rusk, Bonnie Strayer escorting Mr. Chuck Hiriken, Linda Erickson and her employer Mr. Joe Pomplun, Dan Rentz with Mr. Thursday attending. Her Jacob Chaung, with 15 ladies daughter, Mrs. will be leaving „„. Mtifc ©Mitt* <3hrti Conn, mil Fafnham, Mike StillmttiJ (Jtry Rochleau, Alvi FredCTickJ Mark MAines, and Glen Tsch^ Mlt* Mary H.yi, formtr phy| sical education instructor at AHS, presented a prdgfim con.' cetnirtg her experiences iflj; Pakistan as a Peace Corpsman, in the auditorium for the * man< John Hopkins, Ray Frederick with his boss Mr, .Brail Wright, and Jim Petersen escorting Mrs. Helen Ferris. DECA class instructor Mr. Charles Ollum and bis wife along with Mr. and Mrs. Laing attended the banquet. —AHS— Both boy» and girls basketball intramurals ended with the final games last week. In the girls round, it was the sophomores, Lana Bishop, Virginia Deal, Linda Ross, Sharon Wagner, Janice limbaugh, Debbie Laws, Bev Knudsen, victorious and over the senior team composed of Cheryl Rusk, Sharon Sundet, Sue Moulton, Linn Taylor, Shir ley Ringsdprf, Barb Medin, and Pam Kees. Walking away with the boys championship were the Warri By Jim Kolp YOU'RE ALWAYS SAFE WHEN VOU INSURE WITH ALGONA INS. AGENCY ' ; Phon« 295.3176 206 E. State Algona 11 III II III III Mil 111 Mil Illlllll III I Ml Ull III IIII •II 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 BEL CANTO TO MEET Bel Canto will meet Wednesday at 1:15 p.m. at the home of Ethel Loss. Co-hostesses will be Virginia Coughenpur and pi Sefrit. The afternoon will be''de- voted to the business meeting prepar- nd chorus rehearsal in ation of the May tea. PEACE CORPS TALK PEG Sisterhood ; met Wed- lesday evening at''the home of hfrs. James Harris. Miss Quin)y was co-hostess. Mary Haiys lad the program on her Pe H< ~ : Corps work in Pakistan. SHOW STARTS 8:20 Music program at Whiliemore Whittempre — St. Michael's school music department will )resent its Senior Music Recite) Thursday of this week at 8 p.m in the auditorium. The recital will honor Kathleen and Shirley Elbe-it with Senior Music Certi ficates. They are the daughters of Mr. and Mrs, Harold Elbert of Rodman and both are seniors at Garrigan. There also will be piano solos and vocal selections by the high school music stud ents. Adv*rtis« in th» Advance — Itr0*ft PAID circulationl 0NE DOLLAR OR LESS buys a 3-minute station call to anywhere in the U. S. (except Alaska and Hawaii) if you call after 8 p.m. or anytime on Sunday. Plus tax. Call tonight! Northwestern Bell ice COFFEE IS GIVEN An afternoon coffee was held at the home of Mrs. John Drees- for Switzerland Monday after a three* weeks visit here with her parents. Joseph Mishak wed recently in Colorado Miss Diana Kay Sehieman of Denver, Colo, and Joseph Gregory Mishak of Grand Junction, Colo. .'and son of Mr. and Mrs. Lando Mishak of Algona, were married in Denver, Colo, recently. Rev. John B. Schneider offici ated in the double-ring ceremony. 1 Honor attendants were Mrs. Donald Schieman of Denver and Wayne Mishak, brother of the 'groom, of Redlands, Calif. Ushers were Don Schieman, the- bride's twin brother, ami IJen ; Mishak, brother of the groom. (Mr. Schieman has since died by drowning). After a wedding trip to Vail Colo., the newly weds are now a home in Grand Junction. TRUNK SHO — of new — l-H'-M H'Mil I 1 I I 1 I 1 I I M I I 1 H'l'M H I II. I i .11 Mil 1 I H" COATS & SUITS May Baskets "WIDE RANGE OF PRICES" Package of 8 . . . 29° Medium Size . 2 for 15° Large Size ... . 10° -BRACK'S WRAPPED CANDY— Lb. Large Selection from 29* H"H-**liH'i**********'H'H •'»-> -H'i'H Ml » IIH'III j Tuesday, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. A special representative of the YOUTHCRAFT company will be in our store Tuesday of this week with 115 suit and coat samples to clhoose from . . . this Trunk Sale will allow you to pick out your fall coat or suit and give you an exclusive in this area. We invite you to stop in during this four-hour period either for advice or for your fall needs. 5HEAKLEYS "Algon*'» F«»hion Ctnt«r For Wom.n and GirU" II II i I III 111 III II | i | i i > iHM |^H'.|i^MMH-WtfrM* vuvww FINAL WEEK OF BJUSTROM FURNITURE'S BIG STOCK LIQUIDATION SALE! FINAL PRICE CUTS NOW! MU iNDS SATURDAY, APRIL 30 DOME TO BJUSTRWI'S IN ALCONA AND SAVE • IrimUflHTLY'TH. 9 P J.

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