Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 23, 1966 · Page 4
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(Iowa) MONDAY, MAY 23, 1966 Seen at the ALGONA By T. H. C. Agent for H.A.R.M. follows the popular trend of "spoofing" the mystery 007 spy series but it has certain differences and also advantages, over the other current productions. In the first place, it's short, running a scant 84 minutes. In the second place, instead of a bevy of scantily clad fe« males, H.A.R.M. concentrates on a single, bikini dressed (or undressed) cutie by the name of Barbara Vestok, who takes over the task (and a delightful one, indeed) of keeping up the "eye- interest." , The rest is routine. It's good entertainment for spy buffs, non-spy buffs, little old ladies and practicing secret agents. That H.A.R.M. stands for Human Aetiologieal Relations Machine, is of no consequence: the ingredient for agent to discover is a vdeadly and revolting funcus that might endanger the entire human race. Miss Bouehet is in "cohoots" with the spies and plays (using the word in its broadest sense) her part in trying to seduce Mark Richmand and foiling the agent's attempt to find the master mind. The Rare Breed is a horse (no, it's a hornless Hereford bull) of a different color. Here we have a pretentious production, also running, under usual timing, of only 94 minutes. Although filmed in luscious, western plains technicolor, it is not a "western" in the strictest sense of the word, although it is filled with all the ingredients, such as stampedes, fisticuffs and violence. James Stewart, assuming a role which taxes his capabilities, since he is no longer a youngster, is delegated by Maureen O'Hara, (gorgeous in technicol- or) to deliver the bull she and her daughter have imported from England to its owner (Brian Keith.) I might say at this point, that the bull, Vindicator, who responds only to the strains of God Save the Queen, really steals the show and occupies most of the footage of the film': Brian Keith has the juiciest role as a wild, untamed Scotsman who succumbs to the blanishments of Maureen's beauty only to lose it to our hero, Stewart in the final fade-out. After all, this is a romantic and slightly sentimental picture in which the hero and heroine finally disappear in the rays of the setting sun. The Rare Bre>ed is family entertainment and may be too sweet for general taste, but its raw virile-fare western and stuff and just the dish for true-blue outdoor fans, who love the wide open places and fall for a little "corn" on the side. The Rare Breed is "current" among first run theatres and Manager Gray assures me that his bookings will keep the Algona. tops in entertainment in N«$$i!pwa.- After all, the- i^'^ 1 'rib.substitute for a good movie: 60th — Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Pulton, Tabor, were honored on their 60th wedding anniversary by their children in Tabor on May 15th. The Fultons have lived in Bartlett, Thurman and Tabor, Iowa. Trout — John Seelinger, 15, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Seelinger, Manchester, displayed^ beautiful four-pound rainbow trout he caught while fishing the Maquoketa river earlier this month. |;f|| Mary Lea Renger, daughter of Art Renger, Bancroft, and the late Mrs. Renger, was married to Eugene Flaig, son of Mrs. Mary Flaig, Algona, and the late Fred Flaig, May 14 at 10 a.m. at St. John's Catholic church, Bancroft. Msgr. Joseph H. Schultes performed the double ring ceremony. St. John's school choir sang. Shirley Lickteig was maid of honor and bridesmaids were Marilyn Holdorfer, Eileen Vaske, Jean Ann Kliegl and Leone Kunkel. Best man was Kenny Flaig, groomsmen were Dennis Flaig, Bill Flaig, Gordy Osmus and Maurice Flaig. Arnie Meyer and Roger Fox were ushers. A brunch was served at the Johnson House. Evelyne Lickteig and Nan Sandt had the guest book and LuAnn Osmus Mary L. Renger married and Judy Sandt displayed gifts. The bride is a graduate of St. John's high school and Stewart's Beauty School, Sioux City. The groom was graduated from St. John's and presently is foreman for Everds Construction Co. SOCIETY HAVE LUNCHEON A luncheon for 22 guests was held by Mr. and Mrs. Albert Fish following the Kuhlmann- Fish wedding rehearsal May 6 at Van's Cafe. Pastor Mack Carlson of the First Baptist church accompanied the group. DELPHIAN SOCIETY MEETS Delphian Society met Tues- day for breakfast and euro's at the home of Mrs, Kathefine Gil* more. Assisting the hostess were Mrs. Don Smith, Sr*, and Mrs. Delia McCullough, A business meeting was held, the final one of til© year. PARTY HOSTESSES Mrs. Fred Kent, Sr,, and Mrs. W. E. HaWcott were hostesses at the ladies luncheon and cards on Wednesday at the Country Club. Bridge Winners were Mrs. Ffank Zendfir, Mrs. John Kohlhaas and Mrs. Gene Murtagh. Mrs. W. C. Ifdan and Mrs. John Dole Will be hostes* ses at the next party. May 25. HAVE CHARIVARI The Albert Fishes jr. were surprised May 15 at the Wilfrid Kuhlmann residence in Algona by a charivari group of 25. Hie newlyWeds treated the group to a luncheon later in the evening at the Chrome Cafe; better qa> Garden and Lawn Supplies • Bulk and Packet Cardan Seeds Lawn Fertilizers Garden Fertilizers Lawn Grass Seeds Seed Potatoes Rose Bushes Onion Sets SEED POTATOES NOW IN STOCK! Algona Flour & Feed The first step to college In just 1.2 years this first grader may be entering college. When your child .is ready .. , will you be ready too? You ...Will if you save here regularly , ... Where your insured savings will grow ,»| youi'.«hil4g l W^.,-i. , . * INSURED Where you save does make a difference!* Home Federal Savings & Loan Assn. All Accounts Fully Insured to $10,000 Save from the 15th—Earn from the 1st SINCE 1917 —ALGONA, IOWA All Sayings Accounts insured up to $10,000 by the Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation of Washington, D. C. INDIANAPOLIS "500" MILE RACE MEMORIAL DAY Monday May 30th 10:30 a.m. COMPLETE RACE COVERAGE DIRECT FROM THE SPEEDWAY ON KLGA 1600 KC South Phillips St. M mil M i u n 111 M..H-. 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