Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 13, 1966 · Page 12
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 12

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 13, 1966
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*tHt ADULT FILM "WHO'S AFRAID & VIRGINIA wooer' NOW PLAYING AT.THE ALOONA THEATHE Seen at the , ly T. H. C, at A searing night of boose and telf-de»tructlve talk brings Elisa- befh Taylor to violence, Richard Burton to gloetlng, end George Segal to an effort at controlling both. Scene it from Warner ires.' sentetionel dreme of hateful leva and marriage, "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?", at the Algona Theatre. All three, tegethor with Sandy Dennis, star in tht ntw releete. —Wodnttday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Monday, Tuesday Complete program begins at 8 pjn> :• ,;/ '.''.' • • • • "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf!'8:35 p;m; U —Sunday , ' •'.•. •'.;.„'',, • : • ' •• ..• Complete jprbgram begins at 2:00 -4:40 -7:20 p;m. "Who's Afraid of Virginia , W^oolf'! 2;j32,- £:12 - 7:52 p.m. 6—ALOONA (Iowa) ADVANCE THURSDAY, OCT. 13, 1966 —Saturday Kiddies Matinee Complete program begins at 1:30 p.m. "Gladiators 7" 2:10 pm. 102 — Mrs. Mary Jane Williams, Chariton, observed her 102nd birthday (there last month. Mrs. Williams has' 98 descendants, including nine living children; ?*•'•'•?'••'.'•'"• '- ;; ' : -'' ; ' • Today Thru Tuesday ALGONA (/ / /<• f f SY/f ('/tr-//f/ ('• rt /t s/ //// EDARD ALBEE'S VIRCIIMIII I ,. IMPORTANT EXCEPTION; I NO ONE UNDER U WILL I ,• BE ADMITTED UNLESS I ACCOMPANIED BY MIS PARENT | ( , • ONLY ONE SHOW DAILY WEEKDAYS 8:00 P.M. SUNDAY PROGRAM BEGINS 2:00 — 4:40 — 7:20 P.M. Admission — Adults $1.50 Children SOc * It will be interesting to note the local reaction''to tile mOtioft picture that has created such a furor among both critics and audiences. My own suggestion to the controversy is that you concentrate on the superior performances of Burton and Taylor and forget the rather sordid plot. Following is a complete "news release" issued to Manager Dougherty from, the office in Des Moines. It should clear up any questions regarding the explosive film. "From time to time a motion picture production.comes along, one that is questionable in its contents insofar as moral aspects or dialogue may be concerned. Much time,and thought was given 'Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf' by the production code review board before granting Warner Bros, a seal of approval to show this picture throughout the country, for just such reasons. Following thoir final meeting concerning this attraction, the review board issued the follow ing statement regarding the issuance of a code seal of approval on 'Virginia.Woolf.' ' "1 —.The film is not designed .to be prurient. This film document dealing with the tragic realism of life, is largely a reproduction of the Edward Albee play which, won the New York Drama Critics Award in 1963 and has played throughout the country. "2 — Warner Bros, has taken the position that no person under 18 will be admitited unless accompanied by a parent. "3 — This exemption means exactly that — an approval of material in a specific, important film which would not be approved for a film of lesser quality or a film determined to exploit language for language's sake. This exemption does not mean the floodgates are open for language or other material. Indeed, exemption means exactly the opposite. We desire to allow excellence to be displayed and we insist that films, under guise, which go beyond rational mea sures of community standards will not bear the seal of approval." ! "Furthermore, for this attraction, the National Catholic Office of Motion Pictures has already given the attraction an A-4 rating. The NCO, formerly known as the National Legion of Decency, noted that Warners 'Had adopted the commendable policy' of not admitting anyone under 18, unless accompanied by a parent, and that 'the film is a substantially faithful rendition of the Albee play'." MUSICAL GROUP — The outstanding band of Jamaica, Iowa performed on the steps of the U. S. Capitol last month. The Jamaica Corn Kings were in Washington for the Legion convention. . Sentral dated this Saturday Lon* R«k — Sentral school is preparing for its annual Homecoming Oct; 14. The football game will be With Woden-Crystal Lake at 7:30. There will be pre- game ceremony at 7:15 with announcement of the king and the queen, The band will perform be* ore the game and at half-time. tiomecoming dance for Sentral high school students, alumni and parents will be held in the gym' nasium from 10 to 11:30 p.m. Nominations were made Wed nesday and voting for attendants and king and queen were held Friday. The results of the underclass attendants .will be announced Monday. The announcement of the king and queen and senior attendants will be made just prior .to the Homecoming game, Soys elected at wcorU tfld are front the Sentral foot* ttadefcltti attendants for 1606 Homecoming are: ftefthmifi, itt< ane LuedUte and Gary Lftibs; sophomore, Dtun Eldridge and Kenny Marlow; junior, Renee Hatitelman and Handy fiierle; seniors, Renee Douglas, Hollee Kratise, Mary Lou Larsen, Rita Luedtke and Ron Dacken, Bill Hassel, Mike Lee, Tom Strueck- er, Renee Douglas is active in basketball, Softball, and the school newspaper — The Beep. Mary Lou Larson is on student council, vocal music, band, editor of annual, future teachers association, Softball, and band queen. Rita Luedtke is active in soft* ball, track, vocal soloist, chorus, girls glee, twirler, class secretary. ' . • Hollee Krause plays Softball and basketball. Ron Dacken plays football, basketball, track, baseball, and is class treasurer. Bill Hassel plays football, in the band, and Future Teachers Mike Lee is co-capt. of foot- ball, In basketball, track, fatt* tail, president of student coutv dl, fMfced diorus, boys glee, Hid bind • ' -•• Tom Struecker plays football, basketball, is senior claw pfeM- dent, titd on student council Mrs. Walter Thompson had her granddaughter Linda Thompson tor her birthday Sunday. Other guests were the Warren Thompsons, Lyle Thompson and Mrs. Mary Sanstner, SWea City, Neva Thompson, Lone Rook, and Charles Thompson, Monday Mrs. Gordon Wegener, Henry Kueck, and Hilda Wegener, Algona, were guests-of Mrs. Walter Thompson. There were 57 present to hear Mrs. Glen Stockdale, Aplington, speak and show slides on her tour of the Appalachian territory at the Lone Rock Presbyterian Guest Day Thursday. Devotions were led by Mrs. Art Person. Mrs. Denis Priebe had charge of the program. Casting try-outs are being held for the junior class play at Sentral. The play is "It's All In The Family." The A. A. Kruegers, of Lone Roc*, vtetted their mi lfcrttttd*y afternoon with Hit. Jack in st Ptui S*tu«tay and Suit* day. Tt*y abo vfitW a n**w Fife Chrtkn^ to Mtmf*pr> Ito, and th* Th**lof« Thomases tt Weft Late/Minn The Sylvester Braces attended an open house at LuVertie Sunday for Henry Kubly's 90th birtto dty, The Justin Atidersons, Lebanon, Mo., former Lone Rock residents, were alto there, Mrs, Frit* Newbrough had guest* Saturday at a coffee for her birthday at the home of Mrs. Denis Priebe, Other guests were Mrs. Rodney Priebe, Mrs. Ark) Hanson, Mrs. Jim Marlow, Mrs Roger Radig, Mrs, Curt Olson, Mrs. Jess Blanchard, Mrs. Bob Hutchinson. Mrs, Newbrough also had as afternoon guests at her home Mrs. Jack Quinn, Mrs, Carl Peterson, Mrs. Frank Flalg, Mrs. Eugene Marlow, Mrs. Ruth Krueger, and Mrs, Jerry Leaneagh, Algona. Mrs. Frank Flalg, Lone Rock, had her birthday last Sunday with a dinner at her home. Present were the Rober Jensens Dean Jergensons and Barbara Douglas Jergensons and Jenifer Mrs. Flaig also had a coffee Fri- Quinn, Mrs. Carl Petetson, Mn: Fftti Newbtrjugh, Ml*, fitigene Mferlow, and Mrs. Ruth Kruegat isguesy. , Advirtlit in thi Advance Lert«it PAID clrcuUtian ALGONA SPECIAL KIDDIES Oct. IB 1:30 p.m. "GLADIATORS 7" SEE THE 7 SPARTAN HEROES IN ACTION Adults 75c — Children 35c In the Algona Area, the In Crowd's wait ing of your Quality Bukk dealer's. Get with them! m SCHULTZ BROS, SeNth PMIHpi, *lfom, low* PENNEY DAYS COME ONCE A YEAR QUALITY •I don't tee how they .do it.* Our buyers have amazed even us—with the year's most fantastic values! Come seel ( A#S i\ ^< ^^ x -£%• • ^W.MSSW**^'"'"-"* , V rs out? Not yet! Co?y sleepwear reduced 'Smart girls won't retire 'til they check these terrific Penney Days buys! Our own Gaymode® flanelelte sleepwear . . . cloud-soft blends of Zantrel® polynosic® rayon-cotton I Dreamy, easy-care (jowns and tailored pajamas in pastel prints and solids. Great buys at regular prices .... but now, wow I Better hurry, though — this value spree ends Saturday! S, M, I and 32 to 40. Gowns in extra sizes, reg. 4.49 Now 2 for $8 reg. 3.98, NOW 2 •WHIN IUMIII 0*1(0 Exciting buy I Men's Penn-Prest sport shirts Snap up plenty of our carefree Towncraft sport shirts while we have this wide selection. Handsomely styled, tailored of Penn-Prest polyester/ cotton, they iron themselves in the dryer! Choose oxford feuttpndowns, broadcloth regular or fashion collars! Take advantage of this wonderful valve at our low, low price! LONG SLEEVES ONLY Special! Nylon loop pilt rug runntr buy*! Quality runner* protect heavily trafficked areqs, hall?, stairways I Choice of smart tweeds and stripeil Skid-resUtant, serged all around. tr 3.99 SHOP THESE PENNEY DAYS SPECIALS GIRLS SLEEPWEAR Sizes 3 - 6x ........... 1,66 SizwT-14 1,88 PENN-PREST DRAPES 48 x 45 2,99 48 x 63 3-99 BOYS PENN-PREST CORDS 2,99 BOYS HOODED SWEATSHIRT 1.66 MISSES BONDED WOOL SLACK ... . 4,99 MISSES NYLON RIBBED KNIT BLOUSE - 3,99 GIRLS STRETCH SLACK'..-.........,, 3,88 GIRLS RIBBED KNIT BLOUSE 2,59 ---r in^Y* l^ssfi- \ • « ^^•^s«i,, v ..^^ k JL.., Gr**t*r ••(•Gtlon* of m*rehiit4la*I F«» I d« livery I Quality and iiiiiipiHWiiiiiiiiiiiiipiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii

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