Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 1, 1966 · Page 12
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 12

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 1, 1966
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4-ALOONA (Iowa) ADVANCI THURSDAY, SEPT, 1, 19M Seen at the ALGONA By T< M. C, flow About you? ' ALL I CAN say about The Russians Are Coming, is please, please, don't miss it. Here's one of the cslevefest> sparkling films of the year and one that will keep you laughing for almost two hours. Saveral local movie fans, who witnessed the movie, have given the picture their unqualified approval and I add again, my urgent plea — don't miss it. Last week, 1 promised my readers a review of the September Algona calendar for their guide as to what to see. Looking over this fine array of current mov ies, I find that I have seen but two, so my comments will be based largely on the appraisal of critics and a brief synopsis of the plots. In a general way you may be somewhat guided in your choice. Usually, one man's opinion is of little value, tastes and choices being what they are. It is scarcely necessary to go into detail about The Glass Bottom Boat since Doris Day films usually follow a pattern but in this case, she deviates a little. Says Time, "Doris, having graduated from unimpeachable virginity to semi-approachable young widowhood with every girlish giggle intact, embodies out drow-; sy allure as a soatterbrain who dotes on talking birds and tropical fish." Arthur Godfrey, a popular figure in the entertainment field, co-stars. You may take it from there. Battle of the Bulge received good reviews as an outstanding and suspense-filled drama of World War II and well worth a trip; You either like or dislike war pictures so you know exactly what you are going to see. Lady L with Sophia Loren and Paul-Newman presents two fine performers in what appears to be a rather heavy "dish" of sordid settings and circumstances. David Niven, always a polished actor, is on hand in what seems like "adult entertainment." I attend films, like Virginia Woolf, riot to diagnose the plot but to follow the work of the actors. Walk Don't Run, with Gary Grant and Samantha Eggcr, elicits this favorable comment from Time. "Set in crowded Tokyo during the 1964 Olympic games, it stars Grant in a lighthearted comedy role as a galloping and perfectly cast, 62-year- old, anything but tirocl tycoon." Of Samantha, Time quotes, "Kbc zips through her first comedy role with such unexpected verve that she will probably be asked to impersonate plucky, romantic dream girls for years to come." Sounds interesting and I think »ve'll all enjoy this one. If you want to se& the finest and most spectacular rnountain scenery, plus a very exciting sky- plot— don't miss Heroes of Tal- emark, a real thriller. I saw it several weeks ago and was completely captivated by the gorgeous scenic effects. It's on Thursday billing as a double feature but this one is worth the price of admission for the two, The other is Where The Spies Are, and I have no special rating for this one. SO THERE you have the September offerings at the local theatre and a first class billing for any playhouse. Unless TV programs improve materially movies are still you-r best enter tain men t bet! ; CHURCH — At the 14th annual Reunion Sunday at Nash ua's Little Brown Church 300 couples who had been married there were present for the annual reunion; the couple from the farthest distance was Mr and Mrs. Theodore Abkes Marysville, Washington, 2,000 miles away. THURS. Thru SAT. SEPT. 1-2-3 ALGONA 1965 WAS The YEAR of T!IE pussycAT 1966 IS THE YEAR OFTHE DUCK! AH ACT Of PURE AGGRESSION SECOND FEATURE Wherever there's action, there's! Jiturui PXOOUCTION • A PARAMOUNT PtCTVRE SUN. Thru WED. SEPT. 4-5.6-7 CONTINUOUS SHOWS SUNDAY — MATINEE MU.MUAT ALGONA DORIS DAY ft ARTHUR OODFRIY STAR IN "OLAM SOTTOM BOAT" AT THtALOONATHfATRC SUNDAY M H I H I! 111111 1111 H 11 H M i < i MM I M It M I H Around Algona ftyONIETA DlDRIKSEN .|..t MlMt MS-IMS , unit i n m M i M 1 1 M M 1 1 MI went to West Bend, whp they visited the Grotto and also mote relatives and Mends. The ers left tuday Mrs. Lloyd Wellahdorf wii in Des Moines all of last week visiting her daughter, Mrs. Carmen Anderson, and the two grandchildren. Susan Moulton and her grandmother, Mrs. R. O. Bjustrom, left Friday for Colorado Springs. They are visiting relatives and Susan has met for the first time the girl with whom she will room during their coming freshman year at Cornell College. Doris Day and Arthur Godfrey, cast as daughter and father in 'The Glass Bottom Boat," do a bit of vocal harmonizing to the accompaniment of a ukelele in this scene from Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer's rollicking romantic comedy. Godfrey makes his motion picture debut in the Panavision and Metrocolor attraction, which also stars Rod Taylor. It was directed by Frank Tashlin. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Games*, Estherville, were Sunday guests of the Rev. and Mrs. William Noland. They are former p/ar- ishoners. Shower for Janet Black given at Burt Burt — A miscellaneous showier was held Thursday at. the Burt Methodist church for Janet Black. Hostesses were Muriel •Ackerman, Evelyn Angus, Dorothy Roman, Hilma Carlson, Ella Cherland, Stella Dtttmer, Ethel Dremmel, Beulah Dundas, Leola Gardner, Wantalee Hawcott, Ls- ona Lovstad, Toots Hoppus, Marj Lavrenz, Ruth Long, Mabelline Lovstad, Shu-ley Lovstad, Thelma Mfiister, Rose McGuire, Esther Miller, Emma Moore, Bernta Mitchell, Ruth Alice Patterson,, Marie Parsons, Gloria Presthus, Mary Rasmussen, Frances Smith, Hazel Steven, Ruth fru- nkhill, Marion Westling, -Phyllis Wiener, Bertha Willrett. ; Registrar was Mrs. Truman Shackelford. Mrs. James ,Kollasch poured. Susan Lovstad and Cheryl Lichter helped with the gifts. Mabelline Lovstad introdu-. —Thursday Thru Saturday "Lord Love A Duck" 7 - 10:18 "Johnny Reno" 8:55 —Saturday Kiddies Show Cartoons -1:33 "Johnny Reno" 2:08 —Sunday "The Glass Bottom Boat" 1:30 - 3:37 - 5:44 - 7:51 —Monday Matinee "The Glass Bottom Boat" 1:30 —Monday Thru Wednesday "the Glass Bottom Boat" 7:00-9:07 Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Seger drove to Iowa City Friday am at the trailer horns of their son. in-law and daughter Ann, the Roger Wrights, were joined by ,nsen. They planned to leave oday for New Providence and Viarshalltown to visit Art's sisters Evelyn and Edna and also loped to see the Fred Kutzlis at City. They will leave by Sept. 13 to return to California. Arthur, though semi-retired, assists their son Roger who has a Chevrolet agency at Burbank. Mr. and Mr*. OHe Wttsner, ei Warsaw, Mo., were guests of Mrs. Ed Wilkins from Monday to Wednesday of last week and also visited other friends and rela lives. The Wassners live near the Lake of the Ozarks. Mr. and Mrs. Htnry BartelU Algonquin, til., were guests a the tatter's mother, Mrs. Sid Spear, from Friday to Tuesday Another daughter, Mrs. Lorrain Riddle, has been here from Cla remont, Calif., and they were joined by a third sister Mrs. Itoitittl^TWto. of San Antonio, Texas* and MiM Marie Grover of Algona Wefe Wednesday evening suppet Visj tors in the A. L. """"' lome. „ "When you have to swallow your own medicine, the spoon seems very large." 101 — Swen 0. Rogtiess of Crystal Lake.celebrated his 101st birthday earlier this month at two open houses, one of which was attended by his eight children. Mr. Rogness has the distinction of being the oldest res ident of Hancock county and "intends to keep it for quit some time." FORM!* Tf ACHER GU6ST Mfs. Terry McGuire entertain* ed at luncheon and bridge Friday tof Mfs. Floyd Albers of Ft. OlOage. MfS. Aibers is the former [Jafot FeMman who taught here about three years ago. AUCTION AT AUSTIN, MINN. . Alitttfo-wlnnlnf • Mr*-fer«l m»rt and |IHJ of flit NATIONAL IARROW SHOW TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 1), 1966 • 4:00 p.m.-M«mpshir«, Poland Chlnt ' 6:00 p.m.-Ch«sler White, Duroc WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1966 4:00 p.m.-Btrkihlre, Yorkshire t:00 p.m.-ltndric*, Spot IfcpQutlitMttraciivePriusj the Larry Leaneagh family who f" «•„£ * Bn T famUv t» mm* from T« firaW Til for a June Bishe y and falmlv to . came from La Grange, 111., for a tamily gathering. Segers returned home Sunday evening. Roy Ringsdorf's. They also visited the Donald Ringsdorfs, Wendell Ringsdorfs, W. B. Shiplers and Lulu Ringsdorfs. Mrs. Prattler is Lulu Ringsdorf's niece and cousin to the others. All were Sunday guests Rihgsdorf. of Mrs. Lulu Mrs. Fannie Albright, from northwest of town, entered the Good Samaritan home Tuesday of last week. Her daughter, Neva, has returned to teaching duties at Humboldt. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Cunningham and' family returned a week ago Monday from a vacation trip to California. They were away ten days during which they visited the Robert Warnoeks at Durham, saw friends or Oroville and also went to the Redwoods area. Bnrouta they stopped in Salt Lake City, Lake Tahoe, and Es tes Park. She's the drip-dry spy licensed for laughs with the craziest cast in the funniest undercover plot ,. of the year! ME1RO-GOIDWYN-MAYER MARTIN MEICHE'R- tVERfIT FREEMAN PRODUCTION DORIS ROD ARTHUR DAY MR GODFREY JOHN McGIVER-PAOlWE-EPlRDAN ERIC FLEMING-DOM D£IUISE*DICKMARTIN,-* v»^ B , EVERETT FREEMAN Micu-.,, FRANK IA&HL1 M* MARTIN MEICIIEIU EVERETT FREEMAN ced the honoree and her Mrs. Glen Black, and his mother, Mrs. Fred Gebken, and grandmother Mrs. Ed Ditsworth. Mrs, Riay Lichter gave a reading. A piano solo was by Nancy Becker, and a vocal solo by Sandra Lovstad accompanied by Nancy Becker. Sandra, Debra and Mary Lou Allen sang a trio. Mrs. Bertha Willrett had a game. Janet Black and Duane Gebken will be married at 2:30 p.m. Sept. 4 at the Burt Methodist church. Fortnightly club will meet on Sept. 2 with Mrs. Jenny Rieb- hflff. ' '. Recent guests of v the Fred Gebkens were the Harold Chris- tensens, Vancouver, Wash, Mrs. Gebken and Mrs. Christensen are sisters. Mrs. Bob Edwards, Bell, Calif. came Friday by plane to Des Monies and is a guest at Fred Gebken's. She is Mrs. Gebken's sister Marie, and she came to attend the wedding of Janet Black and Duane Gebken Sept. 4. Edwin Polhemus, of Artesia Calif., was a guest last week o; Mrs, Amelia Polhemus. The Clarke Millers, Titon-ka were guests Sunday at J. L. Mil lor's. The Jim Sewicks, Spirit Lake were guests Saturday to Monday of Mrs. Art Lsason. They were supper guests Saturday at Jay D Graham's. The Wallace Hawcotts were weekend guests of the Will Card ners in Moravia, and brough Mrs. Etta Holdren home. Mabel Leason, Algona, was a guest of Mrs. Art Leason Satur clay. Dale Hartwick, McGregor, wa a weekend guest at F. C. Soder berg's. He is a cousin of Mrs Soderberg. The Tim Prathers, Sedan Kans., were guests last week a The Cranstons took their daughter Claudeen to Winona, Min^ nesota Aug. 28 to attend St. Theresa's college for girls. New members received Aug. 28 at the Burt Methodist church were Janet Black and Duane Gebken, the Eugene Lovstads, udy Spry, and the Lloyd Bross- der«. LeAiin ttHae, ^daughtei of he Lloyd Broesders, was baptis- d by Rev. M. C. Davies. Patsy Zwiefel spent the; week-, md at home, and Mark and Jeff, ons of the Gary Zwiefels, also pent the weekend at Myrtle 2wiefol's. Henry Meier, son of the Earl Vleiers, went by bus Tuesday to Minneapolis to attend high school and stay at his sister, Becky's. John Melville and Kenneth Rit- vo, wihb have been staying with lohn's grandmother, Mrs. Helen Vogel, left Monday for their home in Garrett Park, Md. 'Mrs. Robert Melville, Garrett Pairk, came last week and is visiting icr mother, Mrs. Helen Vogel. [>r. Robert Melville and the oth- *r children are on vacation at Cape Cod. WSCS will meet Sept. 7 at the Burt Methodist church. Hostesses are Beth Miller, Marie Par' sons, Vera Schwietert, Jenny Riebhoff, Elsie Winter. The program is by Ruby Hinckley and Edna Smith. The Legion and Auxiliary will meet at the Legion hall Sept. 6. Hostesses are Gladys Hawcott and Myrtle Zwiefel. 0. E. S. Past Matrons club will meet Sept. 9 at B&th Miller's, assisted by Ruby Hinckley and Lillian Meinzer, Roll call is a bargain that wasn't. The program is Trella Patterson and Millie Klamp. Birthday Circle will meet on Sept. 1 at Mrs. Ella Sigsbee's. v TO JAPAN — Connie Ponsor, of Albert City, Iowa, and the daughter of Mrs. Grace Ponsor, will leave by jet this month for a teaching assignment in Japan with the United States Air Force dependent school there. Connie graduated from Albert City-Truesdale high school and Justavus Adolphus college at St. Peter, Minnesota. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Zeigler left last Thursday to spend a week or more with their daughter Marian Sparks and family. They took home with them two grandsons, Roy, who had bean here most of the summer and Lee, who had arrived two weeks earlier. celebrate their mother's birthday on Friday, the Jerry TJuien- tes and Clyde Lloyds families joining them. On Sunday a family picnic was held at Call state park with 26 in attendance, including children, grandchildren, and five great-grandchildren of Mrs. Spear. Portland Mrs. Victor Fitch Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Young have sold their new home and its acre of ground southwest of Algona to Mr. and Mrs. Tom Rich. The Youngs left Tuesday for Aryada, Calif., where they bougbiLa ''home on a 4 trip there a fiPWettd agW*ThSJvwifl«lfe near their daughter, Mrs. Raymon Bisque, and the five grandchildren. Dr. Bisque, who had taught at the Colorado School of Mines for five years, is now on leave of absence and directing a group of educators who are compiling a new science textbook for use in ninth grade. Mrs. Fern Beringer and a friend, Mrs. Lillian Kern, Burlington, were guests of Mrs. Fred Bartholomew from Monday to Monday. Mrs. Beringer is a sister of Maurice Bartholomew and a sister-in-law of their hostess. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Sorensen, Pacoima, Calif., arrived at the Harvey Reid home on Aug. 20, and after a week there went to Blue Earth and Lakota to vis- :it two other sisters of Mrs. Sor- The Portland Social club held a farewell party and handkerchief shower Thursday afternoon, Aug. 25th, in the home of Josephine Arend, in honor of Elgena Young. The Youngs are leaving for Colorado the first of September. Those attending the farewell party were Marie Fitch, Jessie Miller, Alleda, Harms, Hazel Larson, Esther Williams, Elizabath Kennedy, Ella Lampe, Elvira Christensen, Effie Teeter, amd the honoree, Elgena Young. Edith Jandl and Shirley Lovstad were unable to attend. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Clark and Mrs. Clark's niece, Gloria Von Wall of Mason City, spent Monday and Monday night in the Ray Fitch home. Mrs. Clark came to attend to some business concerning the estate of her mother, Mrs. Lillian Bunkofske, who passed away just recently. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Fitch and Judy went to the St. Ann hospital, in Algona, Friday evening, where they visited Ole Frendahl, who had had surgery for appendicitis Wednesday afternoon. He Was feeling fine and was dismis- ed the following Tuesday. The new granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Rasmussen, born to Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Graham of Chula Vista, Calif., has been named Wanda Elizabeth. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Escher of Hopkins, Minn., arrived Sunday to visit a few days in the A. L. Rasmussen home. Mr. Escher is an uncle of Mr. Rasmussen. Sunday afternoon the Rasmussens and Eschers visited Mr. Rasmussen's mother and other relatives ait Kanawha, Monday they all EARL STOTT Republican Candidate For KOSSUTH COUNTY SUPERVISOR THIRD DISTRICT Your Vote and Support Will Be Appreciated Primary Election. September 6, 1966 65 & 69* BACK TO COLLEGE AS MORE SMITH-CORONA TYPEWRITERS ARE, SOLD THAN ANY OTHER TYPEWRITER IN THE WORLD-! 'DIVISION or SCM TYPEWRITERS Hyt?ell's is Smith-Corona Dealer for This Area. — We Also Have Hermti I Royals — Hutzell's School & Office Supplies ALGONA \ Ready now! The remarkable new f f , . -/. "& v';».?.;>, AND AH; OTHER MODELS Sizzling sport version of the popular Honda 90. Top performance, sleek new design, remarkably low price. See the Super 90 today at NORTH IOWA APPLIANCE^ CENTER HONDA DIVISION 310 E. STATE..ALGONA;.PHONE: 295-3818 SUN. Thru TUES. STARLITE SEPT. 4-5-6 DRIVE-IN Broadway's bounclngett bundle of Joy... on the screen i It's never too soon to start laughing at IIIITTfUl CO-SIMMS I HUTION JANE WYATT HENRY JONES and LLOYD NOLAN SECOND FEATURE JiNMNE CLAUDIA HOINALE WED. Thru SAT. AUG. 31 • SEPT. 1.2.3 STARLITE DRIVE IN 2 HITCHCOCK FIRST RUN It could be the most terrifying motion picture I nave ever m*49\* -ALFKKD HITCHCOCK .< >.*«•.«.*...,.«« ROD TAYLOR JESSICATANDY.SUZfflNEPLESHFTTF.^,,:T l pp l -.cn:" SECOND FIATURE —, ___JijmBi]i^iiiiiiiiii^^^^^^^^^^^^^_.^_ B ^^ ' ^^^^^^^"•^•^^^^^^^^•••••••pjlllj! ALFRED HITCHCOCK'S Sutptntttul Six Myttoryl. starrin| TIPPI HEDREN'SEAN CONNER? DIANE BAKER • MARTIN GABEI .. j*****« TfCHIpiJEW' " '~

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