Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 13, 1966 · Page 5
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

Algona, Iowa
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Monday, June 13, 1966
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at the By T, H. C, - When the team of Martin and Lewis split up several years ago, it appeared that Jerry had secured the bolter part of the He almost natural that Dean should seek other outlets for his easy, care free personality and What bet* tef outlet thatt the movies, the Silencers was the logical answer. In this motion picture, wh* ich just closed a successful engagement at the local theatre, he portrays Matt Helm, secret agent for ICE (intelligence Counter Espionage) and he surrounds himself with/a bevy of toothsome girls, chief of which is probably Stella Stevens. While, the reviews of the picture ' ing his own shows while his erstwhile partner, Dean, was tar tory, the film leaped to instant popularity Which shows, for one thing, that professional critics way matters stood for a time. Then suddenly, Dean Martin's 'popularity zoomed sky high— (his personal appearances at Las Vegas-, and Lake .Tahoe were "sell-outs". As a matter of fact, SOC/fTY ALOONA (low.) ADVANCi-4 MONDAY, JUN6 13,1H* * . , .... * * *• ' ^ * |j - ate motive of the show but it is certainly not vulgar and stresses beauty above the lewd. Time magazine reports, "Innuendo roars thru Silencers, with nothing omitted save sera- admittance to his shows at Las Vegas. The word is out that you can get into any other show in the screen." I disagree with this statement. As I said before, I saw nothing but Beauty in the dis- li f Following this surge of popularity, it is only ALGONA TONIGHT THROUGH WEDNESDAY and whUe P lav <* ^minine pulchritude have re «r e d at Um th hif moTe 'was Us Engaged MR. AND MRS. Hollis Benschoter, Algona, announce the sparkling and witty dialogue, its, engagement of their daughter ICHNICOLOM • A UNIVERSAL PICTURE fantastic satire and its clever situations. As compared with the stupid, inane antics of Jerry Lewis, The Silencers is a masterpiece. Jerry may be sexless and somewhat harmless, but he is also crude and utterly without a redeeming feature, in my book. His substitution for Johnny Carson on the Tonight Show was a prime example of his inadequacy. While Dean Martin and The Silencers may not be completely "uplifting", it is relaxing and Ruth Marie to James E. Park, son of Mr. and Mrs. .Thesley Park, Cedar Rapids. She is a graduate of Algona high school Hid is presently attending the University of Iowa. He graduated from Washington high school at Cedar Rapids. He also attends STARLITE TONIGHT, TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY . JOHN WAYNE in "Red River" SECOND FEATURE amusing, and fills its niche in motion picture least, the folks I interviewed, Poverty group holds meeting at Emmetsburg The annual meeting Of Upper DCS Moines Opportunity, inc., was held Wednesday ev# ning, June 8, at the Redwood Cafe in Emmetsburg. The "Ul^ per Des Moines" is the four* county organization of the Of* fioe. of Economic Opportunity, it includes Emmet, Paio Alto, Po< cahontas and Kossuth counties. The office is located above the Iowa Trust and Savings Bank in Emmetsburg. Mr. Peter ;HartiS the program director tor the local office. The committee hired Douglas C. Ford of Kingsley, Iowa, as assistant program director. He will assume his duties with the Upper Des Moines on July 1. The following officers were elected from the board of directors: President, Mrs. Mary Pitcher, Ruthven; vice : presideni, Richard B. Abel, Estherville; secretary, T. M. Gleason, Gilmore City; treasurer, Harry Natfziger of LuVerne. John Mackey, deputy director of the O. E. 0. of Iowa, was •ppnr M TV to The Reverend Waiter C. Ost- »rmeir of West Bend will ap- >eaf on the regional spotlight •rogram with Chuck Pasek June 6 at 6:25 p.m. on KEYC Channel 12, Mankato. Appearing on the Eve's Kitchen program on June 16, 4 p.m. KQTV Chanhel 21, Ft. P0dge, will be Mrs. Eu; gene Meyer, Butt, who will highlight the coming Mission Ffcir« Witt/ Mantelmatii Fenton, father of Susan Hantelman, mis- Sionary nltfse in Nigeria, will show a feplica of Bket Hospital and an African village. Mrs. Du^ ane Lieb,,Lone Rock* Mrs. Emil Oltenberg, Ventura, and Mrs. Glen Shullz. Bode, will ftttdel costumes native to the countriea they will represent *t th« Ati* sion Fair. On KOLO TV Channd 3, Mason Cily, June 23, 3:30 p.m, Will be Reverend L. & Leonard, Garner. Mrs. Rueben Orel! will show her doll collection and Mrs. James Meyer will tell of the work of her brother- Rev, t* the PhiliptHfles. Ftfcjrill Lutheran June 18-19. At St, Paul'* etui -i ATTHf AOVANCi the University of Iowa, where he is affiliated with the Theta Tau, engineering fraternity. A September wedding is planned. MISBACH TEA Miss Mary Misbach will be liked it and it beats anything Lewis has ever done. Farmer Burl man dies at 83 Burt — Henry K. Rentzel, 88, died June 4 at the home of son Otto Reutzcl, Belgrade, Minn., where he had lived for some time. The Otto Reutzels lived at Burt and Swea City before moving to Belgrade eight years ago. His grandson, Clair Reutzel, operates a garage in Burt. Funeral honored at a tea Wednesday afternoon at the G. W. Stillman horns'. Hoj'tsssss for the prenuptial party are Mrs. Stillman, Mrs. M. G. Bourne and Mrs. H. W. Miller. Out-of-town guests expected for the courtesy are Mrs. W. Sproul, San Joss, Calif., Mrs. Carl Spies and daughter Linda of Emmstsburg, Mrs. Donald Patterson, Burt, and Mrs. Ralph Weber of Bancroft. Services were at Swea City at 1 an p.m. Tuesday, with burial in the Swea. jCity, cemetery., ,-,,, tfWsfe-'&.'S .'^.-^•Titf^'iff!^',:--^'' TO BE MARRIED A brunch and shower at the Johnson House this Friday will fete Miss Mary Misbach who is to ba married June 25. Hostesses for the morning courtesy are Mesdam.es Craig Smith, Mark Stanton, Russell Patterson of Burt, Robert McCullough, Richard Norton and Allen Buchan- FATHER'S DAY IS THIS SUNDAY ... the Wondersole. All Siies, 6'/V» - 13's A's-EEE's and Mrs. Harold Gilmore. Hos- ess for the afternoon was Mrs. Roy Bjustrom. Mrs. Dean Kinsmen will be the hostess next week. present at the meeting to explain his ideas concerning the survey that will be conducted in this four-county area beginning in July. The directors attending the meeting were David Fitzgibbons and iuchard Abal, iSstnervilie; Mrs. Mary Pitcher and Rev. Mervin. Hood of Ruthven; Walter High O'i Emmetiourg; Mrs. Ben Rogers of West trend; Garry McDonald of Algona; Harry Nafiziger, LuVerne; Milioni Mott, Pocahoatas; C. J. bhimoii and T. M. Gleaioa cw Gilmore City. White House flag is given local Legion The Haag-Turner Post of the American legion elected new officers and accepter a largo flag at the meeting here Wea"--••••••W-—!-*"-??-. •--.-£"•-- .. . nesday 'everanepJutfe 7 ^®^^^ Mrs. Morion Baker hao. high ^ L ^ y, alt *r was elected core at the Wednesday ladies |Commantler of the local post uncheon and bridge event atl Qfche omosrs are: D an Fisher, he Country Club. Other wn-; fjrst vice; Don winkel) second /ice; Ron Taylor, adjutant; LEO assel, service officer; Dr. N. J. Keiley, historian; Tom Aaron, chaplain; Charles Bloom, linan- ce oiticer; and Howard Stillman, sergeant-'at-arms. The new oft'i* jers will be installed at a meet- ng in July. tjd ^killing presented a 5x 9 J /2 ft. nylon ilag which had once flown over the White House. It will be used on national holidays, and the local post is discussing the possibility of erecting a new flagpole in front of the Legion building to ac comodate the big flag. Former Bancroft woman dies DATE SOTH WEDDING An open house will be held Saturday, June 18 from two to ftve p.m. at the Regular Baptist church, Algona, for the 50th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Claude Dearch, Algona. All friends and relatives are invited to attend. They call it the Wondersole, by Roblee, and it's recognized as an exciting excursion into foot comfort. You'll "feel" why immediately after you step into this dramatically shaped sole. Take our word for it, this is a completely new fit sensation—a startling step forward from Roblee. And it is styled with the softest, most supple calfskin uppers available. Try it. SHUTS 1 i A I- The Country Club will be the scene of a luncheon and shower in honor of Miss Kathy Bay today (Monday). Hostesses are Mesdames Dean Parrott, Harold Erickson, Ted Herbst, Lloyd Robinson, Vcrnon Jensen and Harold Sundet. Baptist daily Bible school opened Monday The Regular Baptist Daily Vacation Bible School began. Monday, June 6 with 42 pupils and 12 teachers on hand. The school will continue each day except Saturday until Friday, June 17. The classes begin at 9 and let out at 11:30. The Kindergarten class theme is Growing With Jesus and is taught by Mrs, Charles Hawkins aided by Mrs. Dennis Graham. The primary class theme is Bible Adventures and is taught by Mrs. Warren Andreasen, Mrs. Harvey Graham and aided by Mrs. Donald Mains. The Junior theme is Christ My Life and is taught by Mrs. Jack Limbaugh, Mrs. Earl Loss and assisted by Mrs. G-ary Michaelsen. The Senior theme is God's Word For Me and is taught by Mrs. Jerry Lewis, assisted by Pastor Hawkins. Pastor Hawkins is director Mrs. Robert Black is in charge of music, and Mrs. Charles Joens in charge of refreshments. There wUl be a public program June 19 at 8 p.m. Any one from 3 years old up through high school is welcome. There is no fee. Bancroft — Mrs. Minnie Kylen of Swea City and Dora Johnson of Lakota received word ot the death of their sister Miss Mildred Pelleymounter of Pon tiac, Mich., June 2. Funeral services and buria! were held at Pon tiac. Mildred grew up at Bancroft where her parents preceded her in death. She graduated from the Bancroft Public High School in 1927 and since then has lived in Michigan. She is survived by one brother, Robert of Pomona, Calif., and four sisters, Mrs. Paul Kra- of Loma Linda, Dora Johnson of ,er (Laura) Calif., Mrs. Lakota, Mrs. Elmo Stuart (Ruth) of Pontiac, Mich., and Mrs. Minnie Kylen of Swea City. Giat* of 1916 to hm reunion The Algona high school graduating class of 1916 held a reunion at the Algona hotel Saturday. Seventeen members of the original class and their spouses were exepected at the banque! and open house following. Out of a class of 41 nine are de ceased. HAVE OPEN HOUSE The Apostolic Christian church of West Bend will hold an open house Sunday, June 19, 2:30 to 5:30, to celebrate the comple tion of their new building. The resident pastor is Paul Banwart Refreshments will be served and the public Is invited. SHIRTS *v D2LD And we.ha.ye the tops in men's fashions to prove it! Show Pop how tops he is with a gift from our sparkling array. Whatever I h taste may be — sport outfits, suits, accessories — our wide selection offers gifts to please . . . and at pleasing prices, too! SUCKS & BERMUDAS PERMA-PREST FOR EASY CARE DRESS SHIRTS Need No Ironing SPORT SHIRTS KNIT SHIRTS SWIMWEAR ALWAYS A WELCOME GIFT ZENDER ALGONA, IOWA

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