Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 29, 1966 · Page 11
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 11

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 29, 1966
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at th< ALGONA By T, H, C ALCOMA (Iowa) ADVANCf-3 THURSDAY, SEPT. 29, 1966 Walk, Don't Run, a red-hot current rele?,*e, is a slight, stylish, graceful little dnerrw gem which provides viewers with a delightful 45 or 50 minutes of pood en- tertomment. When P titled British industrial giant (Gary Grant) cannot find a room in crowded Tokyo during the 1964 Olympic Games, he answers an ad on a bull °tin boird, occupied by an English working girl. When he aon&ars in person, the startled pi.rj Protests, "But you're a mam." "Yes, I Suppose so," answers Gary. "I'd prefer sharing my apartment with a woman." counters Sairantha BJg- giar. "So would I" says Grant, moving briskly in. That sets the pace of our pleasant comedy. Tlie plot, what there is of it, is negligible but the pace is rapid and the humor subtle; Grant is surprisingly effective as the 62 year old industrialist, as he gallops along at a dizzy pace — thru crowded Tokyo streets, into Sauna baths and in-and-out of apartment dows. Young Jim Huitton, makes a perfect stooge for the, active Grant, who .erao'ouslv relinquishes his interest in S'amahth'3 in favor of the younger man. Miss Eggar makes a refreshing debut as a pluckv, romantic type and while quite "sexless" (thank goodness) is nevertheless attractive and easy on the eye. A QUICK LOOK at the October calendar continues the schedule of current releases. Paradise Haw?iian ?tvle. with Elvis Presley, will delight his fans a,nd shows a bsvy of attractive gals, according to the preview. Lt. Robinson Crusoa with Dick Van Dyke also features bikini-clad damsels and is Disney's latest. What is there to say about Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? Witli all the publicity about "4 letter words" etc., there should be no question as to what you are going to see — or hear. So go at your own risk. Taylor and Burton are terrific — the plot is sordid and depressing — there you have it. The Great Race is great —full of comedy and very entertaining. What Did You Do in the War, Daddy? and Return of, the 7 are both too ,.new. ,-for ; <v comment. There's a program that's *ard to beat and if it doesn't pull you away from mediocre TV programs, nothing will. Public meetini to • * htar missionary Fenton — The Lutheran Lay- mart's League of St. John's Lutheran church at Fenton met recently for its September meeting With Rev. Spicer leading the topic. The gr'twi^ voted to sp&nsor an evening often to the public to hear missionary nurse - Susan Hantalman speak and'show slides of her work and the people of Nigeria, A report on the Iowa .West LLL convention was given by Elmil Bierotedt They will start a visitation project aimed at visiting the sick and the shut- ins of the congregation. Guests were Mrs. Rodney Priebe and Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Rusoh. Ho-.its were the Fred Jentzes and William Hantelmans. IT WILL &E "*ARADI« HAWAIIAN STYLE" THI ALOONA THlATfti SUNDAY ATTEND MEETING Six area men attended the Iowa District West Lutheran Lay man's League 5th Annual District Leaders Conference at Auburn Sunday, they were James Meyer, Algona Zone President, and William Hahtelman,' assistant Lutheran Hour chairman, both of Fenton, Rev. Couch, pastoral advisor of the Algona Zone League, and Wilbur Raber, membership chairman of the Algona Zone, Whittemdre, and Carole Willrett, board member of the Algona i Zone, and Ronald Meyer, vice-president of the LLL Algona Zone from, Rodman. FUN, FROLIC AND SONG ON THE BEACH is a standard procedure for Elvis Pre*ley, littlt Donna Butterworth (far right) and bikini girls in Hal Willis' Technicolor production of "Paradlsa — Hawaiian Style;'' which opans Sunday «t the Algona Theatre. Suianna Leigh, James Shigeta and Marianna Hill also star in this elaborately produced motion picture that was filmed oh location in the islands. Everything is real, including all those lovely lovely woman. Monday Mrs. Kenneth Dennis accompanied the' Earl Richards to their home in Mesa, Ariz; SIhe will then join her husband, Kenneth, now stationed at Luke Air Force. Base, Phoenix, Ariz. Livermore Women's Bowling Association LUCKY STRIKERS LEAGUE Week of Sept. 21 W Hamm Insurance : 11 WED 25 YEARS The Larry Alts, Fenton, will have their 25th wedding October 5. The couple was married' in 1941 and have farmed nearFen- ton. They have two daughters, Kathryn, Mrs, Stan Berkland, ol Fenton, Marilyn of Minneapolis, Bode Locker _10 Livermore Co-op. 9 Baker Truck Line .___! 9 Bode Co-op. _•___ 9 Imperial Cafe 9 M & M &Eeeds 9 Dasen Oil Co. 9 Livermore State Bank 8 Sawyers 6 10 Watkins ,__ 6 10 Livermore Lanes 1 15 High Team Series Livermore State Bank 2040 -Baker Truck Line _-L____Jl.l937 Livarmore Co-op. 1_1924 High Team Game Livermore State Bank ______704 Livermore Co-op.. . :' 680 Imperial Cafe _'___, : 679 High Individual Series Bev Ann Olson __481 Karla Hanson 470 Pat McGee 459 >.' High Individual Game Bev Ann Olson ____________185 Pat McGee 180 Helen Sorlein _•___ '. 176 Reception for Twin Rivers teachers held Livermore—A recaption sponsored by the WSCS was held Thursday evening at the Methodist church for the teachers of the Twin Rivers school district and their husbands or wives. Members of the church were also guests. Mrs. Earle Armstrong was in charge of the program. Mr. Hill, the principal, introduced each teacher who in turn introduced their husband or wife and commented on their families. The:women's choir of the church sang a couple of songs, accompanied at the piano by Mrs. J. F. Hamm, followed by some impromptu singing by some of the men ^eachers in the audience. Arlo McGowan conr ducted a quiz, "What's My Line" with Mr. and Mrs. Mixdorf and Mr. Alberitsoh on the panel and Mrs. Phyllis McGowan and Rev. Roy Biesemeyer as contestants. Mrs. LaVonne Benjamin--gave a humorous reiading^followed^y, a "mixer" each giiesV being'giv- en a slip of paper describing a >erson that they were to locate. Lunch was served later in the dining room with the tables decorated with a school theme and with fall colors and flowers. Mr.' and Mrs. Brock won the door prize which was a bouquet of freshly cut flowers and a vase. About 85 people attended. church in Beaver township MOA< day were Mr. afld Mrs. John Hd- Itertbefger, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rutz, Mr. and Mrs. Don Rutz and Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Rutz. 684 SERIES ~ So far in bowling the highest score is held by Leo Bormann with a score of 684. Gary Cran, soft el Mr, and Mrs. Richard Cran, who tobk his boot training at the Naval Base in San Diego, is spending a two weeks leave With his folks. Mr, and Mrs. Norman Armstrong and two children of Algona have moved to Hudson where Mrs. Armstrong is employed in the office of the Universal Corporation.. Mr. Armstrong is the son of the Earle Armstrongs, of Livermore. Several ladies went to the home of Mrs. Norman Scott Fri day afternoon to help her cele brate her birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Ruti ant two children of Clear Lake were dinner and supper guests in the parental Harfy Rutz home Sun day. Mr. Rutz is a teacher in the Clear Lake school. Mrs. John Hosford is the new manager of the Teen Center as sisted by Mrs. Margaret Vaud and Mrs. Jerry Foreman. Mrs. Jack Vaughn returned home last week from LsMars rom. her hie£e ih MawlU' wile Sent tfi&ri fof hef birthdiyV , Mr*/ Jbhn OUan *ii *ni >f he group from the Historical Sth oiety. who worked on the house n Dakota City all day Saturday .hat was recently donated to the Society for,a muSeUfn. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Cran spent ;everal dafys ,in SiouX' City last veck where Mr.;Cran underwent several tests and', X'i-ays fdf ( ae* vere headaches. Mrs. John Olson and Mrs. Mirian Kay attended art Ml' ; t|ay ; meeting of th : e*N6rth West District meeting of the D. A. R. at the Congregational church 'in Humboldt on Tuesday. Mrs. M. ~ bourne, of AlgMia, district chairman, presided at the meeting. All of the state officers were present. The Melody Mortis of Livermore took - part'in the program-in the afternoon. The noon luncheon was served at the church. THURS. Thr. SftT. S6PT. 29-30-OCT. 1 Only 1 Showing Nightly ALGONA COLUMBIA PICTURES mum ABtNIONfllMI'HOOUCTlON KIRK RJOU1RP .ANTHONY MANN'S 1HE HEROES MNAVISION* COLUMBIA COION That's secret agent Jason Love who takes you where the spies IWDNIl/EN RIANOOGE FIDERLICK FAREWELL There will be a farewell party and dance at the Legion hall ;his Saturday night, Oct. 1, for Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Fiderlick, sponsored by the Legion and the Auxiliary. Both Mr. and Mrs. Fiderlick have been active members in the Legion and Auxiliary. Mrs. Fiderlick-was president of the Auxiliary for two years and Mr. Fiderlick had been post commander and also 8th District commander for one term. Mr. Fiderlick will be leaving for his new job with the Continental Grain Co. but Mrs. Fiderlick and family will stay here for the time being. —Thursday thru Saturday ' Complete program begins 7:00 '/Heroes, of Tele-mark" 7:06 1 < "Where The Spies Are". 9:25' —Sunday Complete program begins 1:30 - 3:13 5:11 - 7:10 - 9:14 "Paradise Hawaiian Style" — 1:45 - 3:43 - 5:42 - 7:46 - 9:35 —Monday thru Wednesday Complete program begins 7:00 ' - 9:04 "Paradise Hawaiian Style" — 7:36 - 9:35 Bridal shower at Livermore for Mrs. Vlestberg Livermore — A bridal shower was held Tuesday evening Sept. 20 in the Fellowship hall at the Lutheran, church for Mrs. Royal Westberg, the former Kimberly Anderson. Corsages were presented to the bride and the two mothers, Mrs. Fritz Anderson and Mrs. Lawrence"Westbterg-of Rutland. Decorations were carried out in Fall colors and bouquets of Fall flowers. Miss Becky Aure gave a reading and "Take Away" Bingo was played. Miss Cynthia. Lempke and Miss Becky Aure assisted at the gift table. The groom's sister served the punch and Mrs. Donold Schoeberlin of Humboldt poured' the coffee. Those on the committee were Mrs. John Sharp, Mrs. Ernie Haack, Mrs. Allan Sinclair, Mrs. Richard Cran, Mrs. Daryl Frederick, Mrs. Milton Bergum, Mrs. Harry Rutz and Mrs. Edward Erdmann. where she spent a week getting acquainted with her new granddaughter at the Hugh Mackintosh home. On Saturday Mrs. Ross Clark received a large box Of flowers DOMINO LEAGUE W K. 0. Hardware __^__-__ 10 Pioneer 9 American Legion 8 M & M _i__l 8 Livermore State Bank __ 7 Smith Lumber __^__- 7 Town Tavern ..'__ 7 Livermore Lanes- __; 3 Hardy Cafe __.!.___-._.. 3 Mike's Garage 3 K. C. —— Gronbach's D.X. __ r 2 High Team Series Smith Lumber 2391 K. O. Hardware __..! 2379 town Tavern ___.2340| L 2 3 4 4 5 5 5 ! 9! 9' 5 10 6 WE WILL BE.OPEN BAND FESTIVAL DAY SATURDAY, OCT.1 - 8a.m.-5 p.m. HE'LL BE HERE ... BEFORE YOU KNOW IT! SUN. Thru WED. OCT. 2-3-4-5 ALGONA 'PARADISE HAWAIIAN STYLE" Mrs. Ross Clark's brother, Ned Leighton of Lincoln City, Ore., is making an extended visit in the Clark home. He came by bus. Mr. and Mrs. John Olson and Phillip Faith were supper guests Sunday evening in the John. Eler home in Algona. In the af- ernoon they had visited in the ome of Mrs. Olson's sister, the ioy Adams. Mr, and Mrs. Allan Adams, who have been living on a farm outh of town, have moved into he Presbyterian parsonage. NYLON QUILTED JACKETS • Mens • Womens 9 Children Were $10.50 Were $11.50 *9.50 '10 MARCIA'S "The Friendly Store" LIVERMORE OES HONORS MATRON The Order of Eastern Star met in the local chapter room Friday evening to honor, the Worthy Grand Matron, Virginia M. Jones of Cedar Rapids. During the ceremonies a song was sung to her by four of the officers accompanied by Winnie Falb. The five points of the Star and other officers presented a ceremony on the obligations. A gift from the chapter was presented to her by Doris Olson. Among the guests were Clara Shilts D;I. & P.G.W. of Algona Laura Shellenberger P.G.C. of Humboldt, Frank Fellows P.H.B. & P.G.P. of Milford, Peggy Hanswirth D,I. & P.G. Martha of Laurens and Esther Fellows G. or& P.G.P. of Milford, Peggy Hauswirth was the guest conductress. Mrs. Hazel Sanders and Mrs. Norman Scott were hostesses and were in charge of the guest book. A social hour followed and lunch was served by Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Hamm, Mrs. Ivan Tellier, Mrs. Margaret Howard and Mrs. Jessie Pooch. SAILOR ON LEAVE John Barton, son of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Barton, has completed, his boot training at the Naval Base in San Diego, and flew to Des Moines last week where his parents met him and he will spead his two week leave with his folks. On his return he will be stationed at Port Loma, Calif., in the electronics division. John is a Twin Rivers graduate of 1966. BAKE SALE The U. P. W. of the Presbyterian church is holding a bake sale at the Old Timer's Cafe this Saturday, Oct. 1, from 1 to 5 p.m. ATTEND FUNERAL Among those attending the funeral services for Ewald A. Weiss, 67, at the Zion Lutheran BOOK YOUR CHRISTMAS PARTIES EARLY PHONE 295-3571 DEL AARON COFFEE SHOP HOTEL ALGONA YOU CAN POCKET a big share;:of size profits our sav year. More liberal regularly - makes your savings*accounf|v« with us a-sure-investment ";a$9Ujrce",OMi stead ©at savings •H now Current Home Federal Savings & Loan Assrc - 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. Camaro Camaro Sport Coupe with style trim group you can add. You've been waning for a Chevrolet like this. Now Ift Dora. Camaro! Long, low hood. Short rear deck. Big-car stance for stability. Strata-bucket seats. A 140-hp Six or 210-hp V8, depending on model. Camaro gives you a car full of comforts from carpeting on the floor to vinyl upholstery all around. There's a lot of security, too, with new safety features like the GM-developed energy-absorbing steering column. Camaro! Sport coupe or convertible. You'can order a Rally Sport with hideaway headlights or an SS 350 with Camaro's biggest V8. See your Chevrolet dealer now! • Everything New That Could Happen . . . Happened! Now, at Your Chevrolet Dealer's! 14 om. KOSSUTH MOTOR CO. SW CORNER OF COURTHOUSE ALGONAv IOWA PHONE

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