Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 22, 1966 · Page 15
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 15

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 22, 1966
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Seen at the ALGONA By t, H, C, "WALK RON'f BUM" f 0 THE AL60NA tHCATRS SUNDAY Attending Market Week in Minneapolis, '1 had occasion to 400k over the motion picture offerings in that city. The results were father negative. . Reserved seat productions, Sound of Music, is still going strong in its second year and Dr. >Zhivago, at the Academy, is do : ing well but that's about the 1 story. Modesty >Blaise, at the Or- ?-pheum, was shown, locally three •;weeks ago; Russians Are Com- "ing, at the Downtown World, is •• current here;.-Walk, Don't Run, "due here soon,.is headlining a Bother Hennepin play house. ^There's the long and short of it. ; The one outstanding film was t Torn Curtain at the Gopher, i j current Hitchcock and better -than average production by the Master of Suspense. It is difficult- to catalog Hitchcock pictures— there is always a vast difference of agreement in this realm. J liked The Birds which laid an "egg (pardon the reference)' in almost every critic's review. 'But two stars, Paul Newman " and Julie Andrews head the cast arid-any movie that features two SUN. Thru WED. SEPT. 25-26-27-28 RUN DONT WALK "WALK, DONT RUN" GRANLEY COMPANY present. GARY 6R AMI Whittetrtof e, anfi ttie ers. • ' • -- J "' ' Mr. and Mrs. Ed ftredrieksoft attd L»f M. Riedei wef«r Weekend guests at the Jim rredridtton home in Rockwell.' Six weeks old Jolynne Ffedtickson was mfr tized Sunday, S£pt. 19 at thd Lutheran fehuteh in KoekvMli. duests Sunday at the Bill Bas* home were ttreii* d'aUghter, rs. Milan Bragg, of George, vho chines Wednesday M the weaketid; Mrs. BasieT'S Gary Grant is an "innocent" bystander as Samantha Eggar and Jim Hutton discuss Hutton'* unexpected presence iff Samantha's apartment. It's a scene from the new comedy^ "Walk, Don't Run," a Columbia Picture release in Panavisiort and Technicolor. "Walk, Don't Run" is a Granley Company pre'- sentatioh. •••••••••-••'••- . | hiSOLC.SIEGEUodtjction SOL SAKS suii* ROBERT RUSSEII FRANK ROSS itacuQUINCY JONES 'p.,*«it,SOLC.SIEGEL n«wi, CHARLES WALTERS PANAVISION* TECHNICOLOR: A COLUMBIA PICTURES RELEASE CONTINUOUS SHOW SUNDAY Beginning at 1:30 p.m. such performers must be good. It is the usual story of intrigue, this time concerning obtaining secret ,informationr aboyt atomic defense behind the Iron Curtain. I would imagine that the title somewhat refers to the plot. Julie Andrews is ravishingly beautiful and old Alfred appears briefly, as usual, this time holding an infant in the opening scene. Newman is a complete loss. Since the critic of the Sunday Minneapolis Tribune deems it important enough to devote an entire .column to the lowly Aster, Hennepin Ave. "Nudie" playhouse, I see no reason for not.mentioning it in this Ifamily' newspaper. I saw a most interesting hour- short at the Aster on the above mentioned trip, entitled The His tory of Sex in Pictures. This interesting little "gem" was well narrated and produced and covered the various trends of the cinema thru four of five idecades. Film-clips of the first "love producers", .Carol Lombard, Clara Bow, together with'their leading men, Richard Eartholemew, Rudolph Valentino, were nostalgic reminders of the early days of the movies.; I'll hot attempt to review the feature, Mail ••Service, which was quite revealing to say the least and had nothing whatsoever to do .with the U. S. Postal Service../ Turning again to the local scene, I had passed-the Battle of the Bulge when it was shown on Cinerama in Minneapolis on the general supposition I was not interested in war pictures. TV what it is, I attended the Algona showing and was impressed with the spectacular production. I was not bored even though the picture was overly long. Some characters were overplayed, others lifeless-but-on the whole quite adequate. A 15 minute short on jazz called Pete's Place, was outstanding. Lady L with Sophia Loren, Paul Newman and David Niven was adult entertainment, no doubt about that and told a rather tawdry tale of seduction and sex. As a travelogue of Paris, Nice, Monte Carlo, Montreux, Vevy and other interesting points it justified itse'f in my book. Newman was badly miscast (as he was in Torn Curtain) but Loren held up her part of the cast. The settings were sumpt- —Thursday thru Saturday "2nd Best Secret Agent" 7:03 and 10:15. "Psychopath" 8:52. —Saturday Matinee "The Young Land" 1:50. —Sunday "Walk, Don't Run" 1:37 - 3:46 5:55 - 8:09 - 10:11 —Monday thru Wednesday "Walk Don't Run" 7:21 - 9:33. 1600 enjoy turkey supper in Wesley church Wesley — Some 1600 turkey dinners were served Sunday afternoon bv the St. Joseph gordo, N. M. tfeith will be am* ployed -at the White Sand Missile Cefitfif itt the L. L. Le««es spent the weekend uous and the action fast with a liberal sprinkling of attractive feminine bit players. And this weekend—The Russians Are Coming—don't miss this one for a good laugh. Hurt Boy Scouts at camporee over weekend the Wayne Williamsons who came Thurshday for the week' ettd and her brother and wile, Mr. and Mrs, Gerald WilliatriSon of S^vea City. , ..'" ,,.,;. .•'•• Tiie Auxiliary sewing meeting was held Wednesday at the home of Etva Bosttchcr..Guests were ilia Scnemmel and Marilyn Geesman. ' ; . ,-, The Howard Geesman family were guests Sunday, Sept. 18 at the W. W. Boettcher home/ Mr. and Mrs. Ray McWnortef drove to Des Mornes Friday and attended the OX5 state conveHr tion at Hotel Kirkwpod Saturday On Suniday they visited in ?erry at the Walter Scott home/Mrs. Scott is Ray's cousin. ;> Mrs. Eugene Lloyd, Sljenanc dbdh, spent several days at the home of her mother, Mrs. Ceh'a SCOtt. , .. ; .", :',' ; A >: ; ./,•;;• •••'':•>• Mr. and Mrs. H. E; Rachut, Jr., visited relaitiyes'arid 'friends here Wednesday thru Friday before going; to Colorado He will attend school at Boulder, Colo. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Sloan,. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Dittmer, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Dittmer, Mr. and Mrs. ','Duane ,.Dittmer and Valerie and Mr. and Mrs. Arie Dittmer went to Oakland Sun- Catholic parishoners. Duane Lar* son won the $25, Agnes Stevens, the knitted afghah, donated by Mrs. Jo Meurer and B. A. Frank! of Algona the ladies mink hat and collar donated by Harold Eischens. The weatherman cooperated very well. BUS TOUR Frank Bleich, manager of the Farmers Co-op elevator and Don Hanig, the feed department manager accompanied 30 farmers from the Woden and Wesley area on a chartered bus tour of the Farmers Regional' Co-op fa cilities at Fort Dodga, Sept. 15 The facilities are the former Fel- jo : operation. in Newtoft With theft son and family. Francis Richtsmeier and friend Stan Engstrom of Minneapolis, Minn., were weekend guests 6f her parents, the A, N. Rjchtemeiers. Mr. and Mrs. Roman Ricke of lancroft were Sunday cailters at he Ben G. Studer home and at- ended the turkey dinner at Sit. oseph's parish hall. Mr, and Mrs. Al Soppe of St. 'etersburg, Fla,, spent the weekend at the George Ricke home, flrs, Soppe is the former Eleanor Dhissen, a niece of Mr. Ricke Mie Soppes visited other rela- ives in this area. Mr. and Mrs. Gaylon Vitzthum and Jackie of Stuart were Sun day over-nite guests in the par Bort — Scoutmaster Harley Troutman and George Becker took 10 Scouts to the Camporee Saturday. They were Stephen Becker, David McFarland, David Devine, David Hanson, Bob Devine, John Chipman, Charles Schrader, ri '$erinis :J Miller','" Jeff Miller and Craig Giddings. The scouts camped Saturday night on the Kenneth Roney farm and returned home Sunday. Scouts were present from Pocahontas Humboldt, Dakota City, Swea City, Lafcota, Burt and two Algona troops. Each unit took part in the program—Humboldt Scouts with Indian dances and others with skits. The Kiwanis club, Algona, served chocolate and doughnuts. day, Sept. 18 to see the Dittmer's sister, Gladys (Mrs. Lyle Morris) tfr. and Mrs. Lyle Morris ol Long Island, N. Y., have been visiting at the home of his moth- era,: Mrs. Ohas. Morris, since the last: of August. Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Pratt spent Thursday until Sunday evening at the Earl Ncster home in Worfchington. Mrs. Nester is the former Zelpha Pratt. Miss Jessie Reed, Chicago, 111. came Friday to visit at the home of her cousin, F. L. Ryerson. The Ryersons took her to Mason Citj Monday and. she returned b: plane. URY DUTY Wesleyans who have been drawn for petit jury duty in Kossuth county include Irene Ha lig, Anna Mae Hirner, George lickiteig, Ralph Schipull and Rita YoungwirJbh. . G«of gt Vitathum Th* M LdeBigs of *1 were -Sttttda-y -gtiestil ift the |»tf" entat Wilfred Loebig Kiome and attended the tUfkey dinner at St, Joseph's Catholic Church ptfhlfr hall. , , • • Publisher of Reminder moves Wesley -*- Mr. and, Mfs, Robert Klyn have sold their home in the southwest part of Wesley to Mr. and Mfs. Ernest Petersdn of Titonka a,nd will give possession October 15. Klyns, who publish the Town and Country Advertiser, will move to Britt : where their paper is published. They have been Wesley residents for three years. The Petersons are parents of Merle Peterson,, who is employed at the Bauer Implement shop. at the eph's parish hall Stm . The ftalph Satl^ft df more visitetl hU fs. R, C. fiauef Sunday noon and attended „the t dinner a* St. Joseph'* -Cit ohureh. Seneca Mr*, Henry Loot! •••••»»••••»»»»»»•••»,»•* •^V^^S^l Mrsv Archie Whitman of' SUtt Chain, Minn,, and her daughter Shirley, Mrs, Kent Olseft of<lff"" mont, wore Friday callers 'i Henry Looft's, > '' * BRIDE-TO-BE Connie Lickteig, daughter o ;he Jack Lickteigs, will become he bride of Robert Ricke, son of Geo. Rickes, Saturday, Sept. 24, at 10 a.m. . WINTER MASSES Starting October 2 Masses in St. Joseph's Catholic church each Sunday will be at 8 and 10 a.m., during winter months. CHICKEN SUPPER The St. Benedict Catholic parish will serve their annual chicken supper to the public Sunday, Oct. 2. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Haverly, Renee and David spent several days over the weekend in the parental Ed Formanek home at Garner and in the parental Jim Haverly home. They are moving from La Crosse, Wis., to Alamo- MAGIC SAVINGS? THURS. Thru SAT. SEPT. 22 - 23 - 24 ALGONA DOLLS WERE IMAGES IVaY5GORGEOUS BURT GIRL SCOUTS The Girl Scouts met Saturday, Sept. 17 at the Patterson farm home. Cadet Scouts Cynthia Patterson and Carol Sill were instructors for the Badminton tournament. Gail Giddings was champion and Barbara Batt run- nerup, Cheryl Batt won consolation and Sharon Patterson, run- nerup. Others taking part were Susan Becker, Kim Troutman, Margaret Devine and Jennifer Fries, Pins were given as a trophy. Brownies and lemonade were served after the games. THORESON OPEN HOUSE An open house honoring Mr, and Mrs. Jess E. Thoreson on the occasion of their 45th wedding anniversary will be held from 2 to 5 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 25 at the home of their daughter, Alice Mae Lacey, 723 Ridgewood, Ames. No gifts, please. The Thoresons are former Burt residents. NO, they only GROW like MAGIC with our wonderful DIVIDENDS! Al-o-ka-zom . . juiit liko magic yaui s«3vuigB f gTow aJ our A «M.*^um^B4>i<iii.v> jnA»-,J tVl£!V^l¥*F 1 "f*"; f "it - For 1967, Oldsmobile is introducing the new Del- line and rear axle. When ordered with the larger' _».*•••> GO £M AT...... L._J.. _•. I r»il •_ •_ _ _• .•_ • .• • •• .A .-. . . -^ mont 88 in four body styles. This car may be engine, the car if phyrically itlentified Vith a ordered with either a 330 cubic inch or a 425 "" cubic inch V-8 engine, each with its own drive 425" Insign. oil the front quarter. , See it Sept. 29tN at Dau's Garage, Algoha?'f| your rifjs are insured swfe, up 1o $10,000 by a • agency. 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 Savings Accounts insured up to $10,000 by the Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation of Washington, D. C. Notice To Taxpayers TAXES DUE The second installment of real estate and personal property taxes will become delinquent on October 1st. Penalty of % of one per cent for each month. Delinquent list will be published in November as provided by law. ,,), , .,., • •; .|.-> .1:.. ... • /. •"•_ ' ••••-• .'.,••. . .'•-• ••••:.If it is not convenient to come in personally, write to this office or contact your local bank. Please check over your receipts and be sure you are paying all your taxes. It is the desire of the Treasurer's office to give every assistance possible, but it is your responsibility to see that you have receipts covering all properties on which you wish to pay, including special assessments, personal taxes, or any other tax which you may be assessed. . A bill passed by the legislature requires that County Treasurers ' SHALL advertise delinquent personal tax in two issues of an official county newspaper in November. If the tax is not paid' within ten days after the last publication, distress warrants must be made by the Treasurer and given to the Sheriff for collection.- The Sheriff will then seize and sell personal property sufficient to £»ay the tax, interest and costs. ' kj 3 M••;;;., ROSELLA VOIGT Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Soderberg visited Sunday, Sept. 18 at the John Hackbirth home in Dows. Mr. and Mrs. Nels Nelson and Mr, and.Mrs. Art Ingills spent a week at Leech Lake, returning home Saturday. A group of UPY of the Presbyterian church had a picnic supper at the Burt park Sunday evening. Mrs. Robert Sarchet went to Dayton, Ohio, the last of the week as her son David's wife is in the hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Peters, Mr. and Mrs. Art Sumach and daughters Carol and Janice and Mrs. ^dwin Lusdke of Lone Rock attended the Peters reunion at Boone Sunday, Sept, 18. The regular meeting of Fidelis ilass will be Wednesday, Sept. 18. Hostesses are Lorena Roark .-H uv^tv, rhinnrvqn. Roll call, school days. Program, Edna Smith, Ttoe Burt Woman's club will h§ve Its first meeting, a 6 p.m. luffet supper at the Burt Methodist church, Monday, Sept. 26. Gueste wiM be the county president, Mrs. Leoaard filbert of KOSSUTH COUNTY TREASURER TH EM" ^ .W ^I^J^^W^ W 4 « f^jr W ^v ^f WATCH for COATCM ft A

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