Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 15, 1966 · Page 16
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 16

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I^ALOONA (ft*.) ADVANCI THURSDAY, lift. IS, Iff* ANNOUNCING We now offer the people in this area a complete service in commodity futures trading. For up to the minute quotes on all grain commodities, we will have a ticker tape in our ( office. Quotes from this tape will be transferred continuously to our blackboard. Ample chairs will be provided and we invite you to come in and watch the markets at your own leisure. i Buy and sell orders go direct to the trading floor of the Chicago Board of Trade which means your order is filled and confirmed back to us in a matter of minutes, This applies to all grains traded on the Chicago Board of Trade. Also instant quotes on all stocks and bonds— both listed and unlisted. RAY ANLIKER GONWAY BROS., ING. 108 N. Moore Street * ALGONA, IOWA Phone 295-7031 ' V I I I H I I I I Mil I-H M I I I' I I I I I '!•'!• H'M H I I 1 I I I I M I II I I 1 I I I I I I 111 I I I I ! I I I I I I I II Seen at the ALGONA son's top "laugh gdt«r,". Walk, Don't fttifi gets unanimous Hive reviews and Heroes of Telemark is i "sleeper/'-Wotiderful Norwegian snow scenery and t good if '' '' ' •"' •r T. H. e. I for BACK TO SCHOOL fir. Once school starts, it won't be long till she needs the warmth of a good fall and winter coat. Thrifty thought —' buy now, while our selection is fresh and new. . •if I'? i * 9°°to28 00 list our Convenient Lay-Away Plan rahams MM SI UMl S I ilHUUl.MDU I 11, A 'V i <ni . • 1 1 u 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 n j 1 1 1 1 H 1 1 1 1 1 1 n i n 1 1 -i 1 1 1 1 1 -n i-i i !• 1 1 » i » 1 1 The extended run of the Ten Commandments threw me for a loop last week. I saw no reason to review this "oldie" which did exceptionally well at the box of* fice and ought to silence the doubters who sometimes main' tain that only sex and violence may be seen on the screen. I don't often walk out on a movie but The Glass Bottomed Boat forced me out of the theatre before the first half was ov er. A more insiped, carelessly directed, poorly written and complete fiasco could scarcely be conceived. The dialog during the first half was so asinine that I combed thru the reveiew in the Motion Picture Herald to find who was responsible for such an atrocity and I came up with the name of Everett Freeman and I hereby administer to this gentle*man, a sharp slap on the wrist and advise him.that a more fertile field for his inept attempts would, be as writer tor .the TV commercials, which have already reached a new low. V '" • Going over the above mentioned review I note that the critic, one Richard Gertner, has given Glass Bottom Boat an "excellent" rating so I'll include him, along with, the writer,;*fpr my personal venom. A firiial word from, Time magazine, referring to Arthur Godfrey, who was also in this atrocity, "The old pro may believe that reminiscing is as good a way as any to buoy up the spirits aboard a doomed ship." TO COMPLETE my week of frustration, we come now to a double-feature, Don't Worry, We'll Come Up With A Title and Incident At Phantom Hill. I had hoped to see the latter, a run-of- the-mill western first, since almost a miracle can dim the lus- tre of even a mediocre cow-opera for me but no, disappointment again. Phantom came in second and I was forced to sit thru 90 minutes of the Don't Worry. Just off-hand the best, title I can suggest is just one word Lousy. Even though the Incident "f • m £ v m At Phantom Hill was somewhat' Mrs " Ohve corny and handicapped with a thread-bare plot, it was weltdone and exciting and even though the Herald review gave it a "fair" rating, it was head and shoulders above anything I've seen this far tal week. .... ' After 2 Mf hours of .steady viewing, I'm forced to admit that I missed the grand finale, since my endurance was completely exhausted. But I was again saved by the details from the review and I quote: "The. conclusion is a familiar one. Fuller, the hero, kills Duryea (the villian) and gets the gold and the girl (Jocelyn Lane), The latter is an ex-dance hall girl with the proverbial heart of gold. Who said that 'the role of the critic is a path of roses? LEST MY reader's.spirits are dampened by these derogatory; remarks, I hasten to assure them that forthcoming attractions at the iccial theatre look promising. Battle of the Bulge was a reserved seat production, now baing shown at popular prices. Lady L gives us two, top performars, Russians Are Coming is the sea- So don't let the above ructions defer ybu front seeing some of the season's best offerings- The movies are still your best entertainment bet —Thursday thru Uturdey "Lady t/?!0& SiM —Saturday Matine* > 'Golden Arrow" 1:30 'The ftussians Are Coming" 1:30-4:11-6:52-9:33 —Monday thru Wednesday "The Russians Are Coming" 7.00.9141 hoc, Belgrade, Minn. They will stop ftflfoute «t the Ralph Smith home at Davenport overnight **lph is » brother of Mrs. Wftl- Uce *nd * nephew of Mrs. Pern. Mrs, Herbert Wallace will visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Smith in St. Petersburg. Mrs, ErmA Leek, Aurora, Ore., Mrs. Chris Christensen, Osakis, Minn., and Mrs. Olive Person, St. Petersburg, .«a. house glints of the Floyd cans. TM ladies are sisters. Tue*diy evening giiestrof the Bollingels wfefe Mr, and Bolllhgef of Lone Mr, nd Mfs, James Kressin all LirgMt PAID circulation Honor former Burt teacher at Fenton Penton —Mrs. Floyd Duncan gave a birthday party at her home in Fenton Saturday after noon in honor of her sistar, Mrs. Ermain Leek of Aurora, Ore. The occasion being her 77th" birthday. The following friends .and relatives attended: Mrs. Leek, Aurora, Ore.; Mrs. Lulu Ringsdorf, Mrs, Pat Rasmussen, Mrs. Henry Smith and daughter, Ramona, Mrs. Wm- Trenary, Mrs. Harold Becker, Mrs. Helen Weiske, Mrs. T. C. Trehary, Mrs. Bertha Bt vidge and Mrs. Frank Ryerson, all of Burt, Mrs. Carlos Engelby and Cheryl, Ledyard, Mrs. John Person and sons, Lone Rock, Mrs. Kenneth Krause and children and Mrs. Eldon Duncan and Lori, Fenton. Mrs.' Frank, Ryerson was a former pupil of Mrs. Leek when she taught country school near Burt over 50 years ago. Mrs. Leek, nee Erma Smith, was reared on a farm in Portland Twp. After her marriage she and her husband farmed the Portland' farm but on account of his health they were forced to seek a more favorable climate and moved to a claim he had taken near Arnegard, N. D. They.,termed there for many years and upon retirement made their home near Aurora where Mrs. Leek now lives with her daughter. " Sunday evening guests of the Norman Bollingers were Mr. and Mrs. Larry Ramus and Denise, Lone Rock. Mrs. E. Frank and the Don Shaws recently spent the weekend visiting with- Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Swanson at Taylors Falls, Minn.,, and with Mr. and Mrs. THURS. Him SUN. SEPT. 15-16.17-18 WE'VE MOVED IT OUT TO DRIVE-IN STARLITE DRIVE IN «?grjiME ATPOPULAR PRICES! ENGAGEMENTS! SECOND FEATURE -^ MARTIN A LEWIS "THE CADDY" SORRY! NO BUCK NITE THURSDAY (TONIGHT) MR. AND MRS. Marion Hyink of Whittempre announce 'the engagement and . approaching marriage of their daughter Rosalie Ann, to Dennis Elberty son of the late. Mr. and Mrs.; Ray- mond'P. Elbert. Rosalie iSiai964 graduate of Garrigan high school and is now employed at, Sheakley's Beauty Salon In Algoria: Many Kossuth people attend Swea reunion Fenton — Thirty-four persons recently attended the Smith family reunion held at the Swea City park. Thosa attending were Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Smith and Mrs. Olive Person, St. Petersburg, Fla.; Mrs. Erma Leek, Aurora, Ore.; Mrs. Chris Christensen, Osakis, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. , r . _.._ Don Cunningham, ^Vinnctka, HI; Robert Jphansen at 'Minneapolis. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Smith and Mrs. Swanson is the former Car- family, Burt; Miss Jeanettelol Shaw and Mrs. Johansen is a Wichtendahl, Lone Rock; Mr. and daughter of Mrs. Frank. While Mrs. Glenn Smith and family, at Taylors Falls they attended a Bode; Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Tren- reception in honor of the newly- ary arid Kenneth, Burt; Mr. arid weds, Mr. and Mrs. Swanson. Mrs. Harold Becker, Burt; Mr. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Beakman and Mrs. Carlos Engelby .and and son Doyle, Des Moines, re- family^ Swea City; Mr. and Mrs. cenly spent the weekend visiting at the Ray Zwiefels. Mrs. Beakman and Mrs. Zwiefel are sisters. Sunday dinner guests of the Zwiefels were the Beakmans, D. B.; Frye of Emmetsburg, father of the sisters/Mr, and Mrs. Jerome Zwiefel, West Bend, and Mr. and Mrs! Kenley Zwiefel and Aaron. , Mr. and Mrs. Harry Haase, SPECIAL KIDDIES MATINEE ."' SAT. SEPT. 17 —1:30 "* ' H-G-M ALGONA John Pearson, and .Rock; and Mr. and Mrs. Duncan, Fenton. Floyd Mr. and Mrs. Larry Wolfe, San Antonio, Texas, were , guests from Tuesday until Friday of last week in the home of the Rex Wolfes. Larry is a nephew to the •Wolfes, The Larry Wolfes and Rex Wolfes, spent Thursday at the,Jack Teiman home. Recent -house guests of Mr. and Mrs. Kenley Zwiefel were Mrs. Zyftefel's parents, Mr. and ws. Harry Mehk, Nicolet, Minn., and her uncle .and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Menk, Gaylord, Minn. fr+**+-H-**HH-*-H-*-H-* 1 Hi H H I 1 I I'M I 11 Ml Ml IHII I Illlllll I t IHilllllH IMIIUII Illll I HUH IH 1 I H I I H 1 I I I H I HI IT ALL BEGAN IN 1938 "*'** Twenty-«jght years ago, w« first b«g«n servicing the Northwtst Corn Belt. days. Hybrid corn was still • novelty in those Over the years, farmers became aware of the many advantages in planting hybrid com and we have played an important part in yearly increases in corn yield, ^ ' '",-'-' *4 We now have b«tw««n 5200 and 5300 acres in production annually. During Industry Week, we, in turn, would like to salute the Algona community and area farmers, who have made our long association pos- PIONEER HI-BRED CORN CO. ALGONA, IOWA ****-HvH*W^^ Mrs. Edith Schmeling from a trip where they Hayenga and Alan recently reiturned to Phoenix, Ariz., had attended the wedding of .their granddaughter, Cheryl Gross, Sunday dinner guests recently of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Haase w?re Mr, and RIrs, Ouane Widdel. Mrs. Olive Person, who has spent the summer with her daughter and family, the Kenneth Krauses, left Tuesday for St. Petersburg, Fla, She was ac- companed by Mrs. Herbert Wai- in FARM LOANS • Long Ttrm • Lew Payment* PRE-PAYMENT WITHOUT PENALTY For a loan on land to pay debts, buy land, finance improvements or for other farm and family needs, come and see us. ANDliANK Ff PiRAL LAND BANK ASSOCIATION South of Penney's in AJgona (PffferaWy Mondays & Wednesdays)' E, H. HJJTCHPS, Mgr. REJTH R. HQPP, A&'t. Helen ADVENTURES MIRACLES! TAB HUNTER _ROSSANA PbDESTA SEPT. 18-19-20-21 SUN. Thru WED. ALGONA THE MIRISCH CORPORATION P<e«nts THE flUSSIAHS ARE COMINfc THE fiUSSIAHS ARE COMIN&" CARL REINER EVA MARIE SAINT ALAN ARKIN MIAN KEITH JONATHAN WINTERS THEODORE MKEL; | C»lT.,i,«lCSSI£OSH!»-B[NBl« JOHN PHILLIP UW • tfiODIA DIOMM tT UNITED ARTISTS CONTINUOUS SHOWING SUNDAY 1:30 P MON., TUES.. WED. 7:00 & 9:30 P.M. M. TrtURS. Thru SAT. SEPT. 151617 ALGONA if anyone can handle three men...

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