Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 27, 1966 · Page 2
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5-ALOONA (low.) ADVANCE THURSDAY, OCT. if, 1966 Seen at the ALGONA By T. H. C. How do you go about it to review a picture like Return of the Seven, a completely fantastic, implausible, out-of-this-world western? You don't — you just say, "I like westerns" and let it go at that. Feature seven dedicated and irresponsible characters — including one slightly tarnished woman (you just have to haye a little sex, like the commercials on TV, in our films) fighting; off 50, 100, 150 and finally 250 grim and determined desperadoes and finally emerging intact? Or with only one casualty and a few broken "wings"? It's .the old Horatio Alger plot of the triumph of virtue over : vice—- or the victory of the good ..over the bad. And as a fitting ' background, the wide vistas of the unbroken "open spaces" and the hero (Yul Brynnerj and his faithful pal, riding into the western twilight setting sun; and in Technicolor too. It's a long time between westerns these days and'the starved and hungry- horse-'apera fans walooms almost anything that smacks of sure<shot heroes -and dead vilHans. There's always a good cast bscatise It's so easy to portray these characters and the plot is always crystal clear and unmistakable, NO, mental gymnastics,, no questions to answer, no surprises ^- only one—^ why do the heroas always win and the villians always lose? I MOPE YOU enjoyed The Great Race, which started out like the IndLanrvpolis : speedway but ended up like a slow train thru .Arkansas.. Too much slap aticlc at the end and much, much too long. Otherwise an original idea gone wrong. A quick glance at the November .calendar should pull you away from your TV sets at least a half dozen times. How To Steal, A Million, still playing at the downtown World theatre in Minneapolis in its 10th week—comes to the Algona Sunday thru Wednesday, Nov. 6-9. Jt has good reviews and it also has two top stars Peter O'Toole and Audrey Hepburn. See it. My Fair Lady — a must if you haven't seen it — and a "repeat" if you have, is billed Sunday thru Wednesday Nov. 13 to 16. The greatest entertainment I've ever KIDDIES HALLOWEEN MATINEE SAT. OCT. 29 ALGONA "Sandekan The Great PLUS 2 Cartoons COME IN COSTUME FREE PASSES FOR BEST 3, COSTUMES Mcrtpn on Duty to Assiit Small Fry THURS. - FRI.. SATURDAY OCT. 27-28-29 BAck hoMt she could N'T qrr The SWINQ of JT...IMIT IN PARIS she WAS AN OvtRNiqhT SCNSATJON! ALGON JliMARGRET-LOUIS JOUROAN •EDIE ADAMS-CHAD EVERETT SUNDAY THRU WEDNESDAY OCT. 30-31-NOV. I'.Y : ALGONA Kt«plng vlul iupply Hnn optnl . S«v<a*hynd to hand combat I THE NimSCH CORPORATION ftaii .BLAKE EDWARDS .. , W DID YOU DO IN THE WAR,DADDY?" JUKSCOWN DICK SHAWN mnmm GIOVANNARALU MORAY ' --pawinwi ^8'. WILLIAM PETER BLATTY «M«, u 'ffiiBr ^LAKE EDWARDS' JAM6S COBU&N STARS IN "WHAT DID YOU fcd IN THE WAR DADDY?" AT THE ALGONA THEATRE . SUNDAY THROUGH WEDNESDAY, in collections for Belmond relief W«*ley ,— Cash contributions for ths Belmoad Relief fund included $31.05 in the Methodist church) $175 in the Evangelical .H '• ' • . ,''.'•- S '-'M. ' 4i i'i * . :• } Frieie church $20d in St. .church. and a Uttle over Joseph's Catholic FIRST COMMUNION Children who will receive James Coburn stars as Lt. Jody Christian, a rugged Infantry of fir- cer'with an imagination that works overtime, in the World War II comedy, "What Did You Do In The War, Daddy?" Produced and directed by Blake Edwards in Color and Panavision, the Mirisch Corporation presentation for United Artists release is scheduled to open Sunday at the Algona Theatre. seen — a runner-up to Gone With The Wind. The Gospel According to Saint Mathew is generally received as a real surprise in its approach to ihe Bible. If you are religiously inclined, with an open,mind, why don't you try this picture? Then there's Jerry'Lewis that I can take or leave but who is still a popular star in'some circles; and finally, Aberesque, with Gregory Peck and Sophia Loren which is adult entertainment but very interesting.' In between these Sunday offerings, are a group of interest ing pictures — some double fea tures but rather outstanding. And a special acolade for Manager Dougherty who is doing a good job at the door (where ey- cry manager belongs) in greeting his ."guests" and customers. Attends war reunion IP Pennsylvania Russell R. Rentz, Algona, for mer gunners mate 1st class on PT Boat 35 during World War II, recently returned from a reunion in Gettysburg, Pa., of his former crewmen. •General Dwight David Eisen- Ihowej:; ho^^d 4^lunch,epn foft j^ig; crew and an honored guest was Raymond P. Shafer, Republican candidate for governor of Pennr sylvania and former commander of PTO Boat 35. About 20 men attended the reunion and this was the first time the group had been together since 1945. . ALGONA SATURDAY, OCT. 29 —Thursday thru Saturday Complete program begins: 7:00 - 8:08 p.m. " , "Spaceflight IC-1" 7:03 - 10:05. "Made in^ Paris" 8:34. -Saturday Kiddie Hallowetn Matinee Complete program begins: 1:30 p.m. "Sandokan the Great" 1:52. — Saturday Halloween Late show Complete program begins: 11:10 p.m. "Premature Burial" 11:16. "Unearthly Stranger" 12:40 —Sunday Complete program begins: 1:00 - 2:59 - 5:14 - 7:29 p.m. "What Did You Do In The War Daddy?" 1:00 - 3:15 - 5:30 7:50 - 9:49 —Monday thru Wednesday Complete program begins: 7:00 - 9:20 p.m. , "What Did You Do In The War Daddy?" 7:21 - 9:32 Top Stall, 81, don Schuberts Sunday In the Farm Bureau rooms In Garner, Circle two" of Methodist worn* en me! last \vsak \Yednfcsttey with Mrs. Rose Smith; Circle >hrae m&t with Mrs. fisuwv Smith; Circle one hnd,gutU d:\y at ths church Thursday, Dorothy Costa of Milwaukee, Friday to visit her Wis., came sister, Mrs. Helen other relatives. The Frank .Hauptlys had as \vlrth Tho the of the Corvvitli? ,™, 'a?n^ attended a CM ventlon tfl 1>«« MotaM pel 20-21. vvwe dismissed, at 2 Thursday nnd none held I r [day, Bthcl Flow spont the Oct. ifl weekend «t Tod t^ 0 " 8 *' Joyce. Anna Flom and Mrs. Rtn- den's mother, Mrs. Len« i Ante- \ Wvtoshlp ttdinAnak. ^ov,embfrt 16, in- Johnson, and son, and Wayne, Brit*, Sunday guests of the Rind&ns I's Wrffl witH fisrit frul- smt assisting. father Pttilllps atit&ttdsd a Retreat In Sioux City test week^ Mrs, Stiypri Howard aW W>. &*$«3°&L *S&. thpir first Holy Communion Sunday in St. Joseph's Catholic church at the 8 o'clock Mass are Julie Becker, Donna Becker, Richard Forburger, Jean Hanig, Jenifer Johnson, Shari Klein, Daryl Kunkel/ Ronald Lickteig, Audrey Muehe, Jeffrey -Richtert Vichplas Studer, Geraldine Vitz- huni, Lynjfitfae West', Anita )ornibier, Debra Haverly, Phil p Shellenberg, Gary Goetz rhiomas Ricke and Clifford Ak ness. NAMED PRESIDENT Steve Walker,'son of,Jim Wai cer, was recently elected presi dent of the Camera Club of iarrigan high school. The officers are responsible for taking )ictures, for the Garrigold and The Star. They learn how to use different types of cameras and /he various jobs that are done while working in the dark room. FIRE TRUCK RIDE Kindergarten youngsters had a ride on the fire truck one day last week. Dr. Raney, fire chief, was their driver and teacher'on fire prevention. He showed them the City Hall which had been remodeled and re-decorated. The youngsters liked "clirfibing the ladder" and liked to hear the siren. Sunday guests ihe Eugene Loots, Robert and Karen, Omalw, Legion Auxiliary will meet November 2. The Auxiliary will serve flinches in the Legion Hall election day, Nov. 8. The H. B. Hemmlngsens returned Sunday from Iowa City. He had been ".a surgical patient there two weeks. She had spent a week there with him. Weekend guests at Jack Vitzthum's were the Don Hixsons, Des Moines. The women are Welp sistars. All were Saturday guests at Don AVelp's, Bancroft, Mrs. L. S. Koppen had a torn ligament in her leg in a fall re- her husband in the Britt hospital a* week. Mr. Koppen's cently. Slie and were hospitalized sister, the Cleve Moines, spent the Rices, Des weekend in the Koppen home. Louisa Hauptly, Algofta, is spending this wiek in the Koppen home. A boy was bora to the John Youngwirths Oct. 21 in the Britl iospital. He has _been named Tom Anthony. FLIES TO HAWAII Mrs. Ron Stroup, Mason City, left by plane Saturday for Hawaii, where she will meet her husband, Ronnie Stroup, who has been in Viet Nam, and will be in Hawaii for a week. Mrs. Stroup is the former Dianne Discher, daughter of the A. C Disehers. Several Wesleyans were guests of the Rebekah lodge at Algona Tuesday. Some were guests of ' Britt lodge Thursday, 'he Richard Madsens,attend^ the 25th weddinfof th? Gor Both were Sunday. The now have three sons and two daughters. The Joe Gostzes and Mrs. Helen Young jrought home Youngwirths -, flv$ spent tfrlday Mrs. Mary P* The faculty .and personnel• of the Corwith-Weslcy school had a pot luck dinner parly i» the Corwith building, October 18, Tlwf Harley P ' " "" children, Traer, with his mother, tors. ,. ' •! -ii Mrs, Justine Bcteker went to her daughter* the p,on Beding^, St. Joe, Saturday, A girls was barn Oct. 18 making "them a faintly of a son ajjd four daugh; ters Slie has boon named Sue Elizabeth. Her aunt Jpyqe. Beer ker. was her godmother 'at the baptism Sunday. r . The Philip Seabergs, Madison. Wis., spent the Oct. 16 weekend &t the parental Merrill ZWiefel's and George Seaberg's. Saturday Dwight and Philip Seab&rgs an(J Henry Van Hoyes. Buffalo Center, were gues.ts.at George Sea- bsrg's. Pictures were shown of Van Have's ' ' '- """ " where they Van Hove, his wife, and other trip to Germany visited Pfc. Robert Deanery will have relatives. Northeast an annual workshop Get 27 at 1:30 at St. Cecelia's Academy Ha'll in -Algoaa. All off the worn en of the parish are urged to attend, d . ^^ her parents, the ! C. Haynes.-The: Bill Cooks, Al- ;oha ( - were v Saturday everting v . tlt The Cecil Baylors, Olney, 111., spent a week at Lawrence Bayor?s. Tho men are brothers. SWEET POTATOES — Henry Hiiey, Malvern, had quite a large narvest of sweat potatoes this ireiar 'from his garden, He harvested over 10 lb. from one plant atone. DON JORGENSON FOR COUNTY TREASURER VOTE FOR PROMPT AND COURTEOUS SERVICE Paid Political Ad, VOTE FOR W. B. (BING) MacDONALD Republican Candidate FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY KOSSUTH COUNTY • PARTNER — SHUMWAY, KELLY & FRISTEDT, ATTORNEYS, ALGONA. • TRIAL DEPARTMENT, KANSAS CITY LAW FIRM — TWO YEARS. • MEMBER IOWA STATE, KOSSUTH COUNTY AND AMERICAN BAR ASSOCIATIONS. • PRESENT COUNTY ATTORNEY IS SEEKING HIS SIXTH TERM — IT'S TIME FOR A „ CHANGE. VOTE NOVEMBER 8 Paid Political Adv. Ray Milland in 'Premature Burial" PLUS "UiraartMy Slrangir" dies recently Tom Stull, 81, well known former 'Algonan died last week Tuesday at Glendale, Cauf. He had been hospitalized for a heart condition and was dismissed to enter a convalescent hom'e where he died that evening. He had been here during the sum* mer, making the trip alone via auto but was taken sick while here and his daughter Mrs. Betty McCarthy, of Burbank, Calif, came to accompany him home from Webb, where he had been visiting with a relative Frances Stull Palmer. A son Tom Jr. has made his home with his father and the son William lives at Pasadena,Tom Sr. was married to Ha zel Ring of Bancroft and his parents were Dr. and Mrs. Stull. He had a brother Dr. Claude Stull, a dentist at Corwith who died several years ago. After the death of Uie father, his widow went tp Annaheim, Calif., where she died many years ago. The Tom Stulls 'have also lived in California many years. Burial was made at Forest Lawns cemetery, i ] Re-Elect Jack U. S. Senator STRONG-PROGRESSIVE-RESPONSIBLE A trusted friend of Jowa's senior citizens, Jack Miljer has proposed an automatic increase in. Social Security pensions to meet increased costs of Ijyjng. (This was defeated last year because of opposition from the Administration's leaders, rcfcf IP tease older people with election-f romises), Jack Miller's Medicare plan would have avoided giving "free" benefits to those able to affoixj to pay fpr their own and would not h&vo mulye4 mttlions of our elderly to pay the first |4Q of » hospital bill and the first' ?5Q of doctor plW* M% thereafter, Jack Miller is a member of the Senate Com-. mittee on Problems of the Aging, He has keett a leader in the fight against excessive spending by the Administration, which has cause4 worsening inflation which, for 1966, has been the equivalent pf % W% eale§ ta,j? on PlfQwaJ REPUBLICAN Senior CitiitaifyrMiUtr.FrtdGMtrt, ChaImM We have a dog, a cat, a rabbit and a'67 Ford. My father always buys Fords because they never give him any trouble, Our new Ford has doors that lock by themselves...a light that tells us if we need gas.,,a stereo tape player...aad one thing my father doesn't know about (A frog I'm kcepbg in the glove compwtment.) The strongest, quietc-st, best built Ford* b history oflfer you a lot of gr^t »ew leatures, t Like Ford's exciting new SelectShift Cryise- 0-Matic transmiasipn. |t sbiltg sutomatically ... or lets you shift manually for climbing steep hills, downshifting, or just; for fun. * You can also choose 3 Convenience Control that will automatically lock doors, warn you »f a door $ ajar, or fuel jg JQW. • Stereo tsn*e pjayer, • ComforJt-Strearo Vei)- tilation that exhausts stale air with the windows closed- • And, every solid, wtatan* tial '67 Ford ® equipped with Ford Motor Cpnjpany Lifeguar4-Design Safety Futures, You're ahead in a For4 FORD MUSTANG. FALCON . 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