Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 3, 1966 · Page 20
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 20

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 3, 1966
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(!•*•) ADVANCI THURSDAY NOV. 3, at.j. -A> •_*-*«• H r** - • •» » Seen at the ALGONA •yT.M, C f M§ AUTO RACING FILM "SMNoUT » AT ALOONA TMIATKI STAHTINO THURSDAY Jtodc In Paris, casts Ann-Margatet as an "Innocent Abroad," features also a fantastic fashion show and plenty of Ann-Maraaret While she cbuld scarcely 5 classed as an acti-ess, she tries to cash in on her rather obvious physical charms. In Made In Pa- lift, she prances about in sheer negligees and seductive underwear. '. '•;."' • • . , in the latest picture, called, as 1 remember, The Swingers, she goas all out for these sexy roles. U is interesting to note the trahr sfcion of an actress like Ann-Margaret from her early beginnings ill the "Beach" series to a starring role. Who told her she was an actress to start with? Who suggested the emphasis on sex? M which category will she eventually find herself? These are interesting speculations and are really ot no con cerri of mine — merely the "workings of, an idle»mind." as Doftald Kaul puts it. By the way, Kaul didn't give Yul Brenner in The, Return of .the. Seven- a very gftod press notice — he even ftmmi a slight technical'flaw, in tfce super-spectacular, The ; Bible, "*-'"-•-' is Iwrderihg, on iljejfacri- Do In TherWar Daddy? seems to question She'r- niun'8 oft-quoted "War is Hell" In the picture the characters fine it quite 'hilarious. This is another current release being shown in the larger metropolitan theatres wtoicb proves that the Algona is Witham, Mrs. Everett Witham, Mrs. William Dorsey, Mrs. Fred iohannesen, Mrs. Elmer Han- rfsch, Mrs. Clarence Menz, Mrs. Kracht, Mrs. Irvin Jensen^ Carl Jensen, Mrs. Wayne jynch, Mrs. Robert rBinzen., Ars. Ervin Votteler, Mts. Robert Tbrtney, Mrs. Chris Dahl, Mrs. Martin Henriksen, Mrs. Raymond Gardner, Joe Crowley, Shelley Fabares does her best to take Elvis Presley away from her rivals in a scene from "Spinout," MGM's spinning romantic comedy with songs, climaxed by a thrilling racing car contest. Co-starred in the big cast of the sparkling, new Panavision and color attraction are Deborah Walley, Diane McBain, Jack Mullaney, Will Hutchins, Warren Berlinger, Jimmy Hawkins,, Dodie Marshall, Una Merkel, Cecil Kellaway and Carl Betz. ly involved in the Sicilan invasion .of, 1943, Daddy would strike a very sour note. I would ima- ' ' James.". Cob'ujfn 'and Aldp , play.it HR to the hilt biit it never quite runs'true , to. form. . ; .,-,< But; wewhave .hetteEiithings to d to -H especially My whMi conies to toe Algona; ; beginning; pn , Wednesday, 'NoV:' '13 thru the 16th. L you've already seen this movie at road-show prices, I'm sure you'll want to see it again at Kitting its share of the recent Mctunes ' Despite all its gorgeous tech- nicoior scenery, its spectacular _ gesta/and its pretentious battle hte of Christ. aj»*ie»,, 1 the,mjoyie.is really quite B-cufls. The .original build-up is "bargain" prices. And don't miss the Gospel According to St. Mathew, a-n intelligent look at the Bible and the in an endless succession of Monotonous sequences — one is never sure whether (this is-comedy or tragedy. [ For jthe men who were actual- around.,; " i Mns. Nelda Schuety, had the largsbt eggplants 'slie : h«i.s, grown frorn her garden tliiis year. The biggest measured! 12 high 'and' 23 inches SUN. - MON. - TUES. 1 NOV; 6-7^8.9 WED. ALGONA PCTCR i GIVq. A LESSON ILOVE LARCENY IN j i WILLIAM I WVLER'S a mlLLlon THURS. • FRI. • SAT. NOV. 3-4-5 MATINEE SAT;. 1:30 P.M its' ! b ALGONA SlNG/NQ ltiG/N PACING —Thursday thro Saturday , Cb^nple^e p'rogram, begins:. 7i'00 - ; 9^i6 pirn. ' : : ''Spinput'; 7:41 - 11:15 —Saturday Matin9« ; ' . •;• ''Complete' ; program begins: 1:30 p.m. ' "Spinout" 2:03. — Sunday Complete program begins: 1:00 - 3:45 - 6:3,0 - 9:16 p.m. "How; ^6, iteal !A Million" 1:41 - 4:26 : 7:11 - 9:23 —Monday Thru Wednesday Complete progr&in Begins: 7:00 - 9:22 p.m.; "How"'To Steal A Million" 7:18 -'9:45 - ry the fee was terod by Mr* Fr*l Mrs, CgUmMfl Mid Mr*. Heti- otiAfifiesen, MM. WilUtfti and Ntrs Elmer WlUi»t food was prepared . brought in by Mrs. Oscar tetson, Mrs. C. 6. Bailey, Clarence • Weis, Mrs, Dorand Seneca Thursday dub me* with Mrs; Otis England it Ring sted. They will meet Nov. 18 in> stead of the regular date and members to bring articles to be sold, proceeds will go to the Re- tabled Children's Fund of Kossuth county. Birthdays were Mrs. Hans Jensen, Mrs, Elmer Hannisch and Mrs. Delmar Fischer/ Mrs. Herbert Kraus was t. Kenneth Thompson* .will fat tffeft tfi open housf (or ttteff wtdding, Nov. 6 ( at the St. John 1 * Parish hall rural Ring- st«d. Sisters and bfothers, and tftd nieces win »pon^ §or the event. the Henry Ldof ts were Sunday guests of their son, the David Loofts, for Mrs. Henry Looft's birthday. Joining them were Mrs. Bertha Pommel', Al- goru^and the Qerrtt De Waards, rural Wesley. AdvtrtlM In Iht Advance Largtat PAID circulation Biffilo Center firl MIM ill crash Sitirdiy An le-year old Buffalo Center girl, Jtohet Abels, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Abels and a senior in Buffalo Center high school, was killed Saturday night when her car went out of control on a gravel road five miles northeast of Buffalo Center. . She was alone in the car after service* tot her held Tuesday *t the, Center _..-„ . e is survived A brother and/four' -— "hiding Mrs. Dorii HejMw ol koti. U- WANT AD Crib 70 acres ,J :-•::• ". ; ) ,. .i'.- Ml i I,'.'••: •• ". i at Seneca for Hani ., j ! ' ' • ' )" •' -• ' j i •• S«ntea j —.{Friends, neighbors and relatives of ,the:.Hans 'Jensens, 'met at .their farjn home Saturday i mornfog .andj^ by mid- aftenioont had'-picked and cribbed about 6,000 bushels of corn from 70 'acres. '• ;. Mr. Jensen recently j spent a Week in the. hospital at Estherville in traction with a slipped disk in his back. He is now at home and getting around on crutches.', ; The fields were i opened Thursday^ afternoon by Everett and Elmer ;\yithaM.^nd .Irvin Jensen who c^imeij with; pickers. Fred Johanneaen; ttrougpit i hiis stalk cutter and cut the stalks in the headlands and helped set up his elevator and an! elevator furnished! -by Lyle Benson of Ringsted. The', men bringing , pickers and wagons were 'Elmer Witih- nm, JVIar.k Bernhard, Paul Bsrnr hard, Fred Johannesen, Verle Smith, Robert Fortney, Irvin Votteler, Jlrvin Jensen and Raymond Gardner and Dwane Johannesen. i ,- ,.,-., }> ,, v ..:-,.--ij--.;,..• Oiler's i bfringiing; traitors .and wagons for hauling corn in from the fields inoludeC Rob&rt Binzen, Duaiie Hutchinson,! w*ho was working for Verio Smith, Ii-vin Jensen, Art Bergufn, Clarence Menz, Chris Dahl, Clarence Weis, JJlmer Hanniseh, Bill Bernhard, Bill Dorsey, Everett Witham. Also Larry Johannesen, Dick Lynch, and Oscar Patterson, Carl Jensen, Ronald Jensen Rickifi Johannesen, and Freddie Jensen. Gas was furn- isihed, by Wayne McKay, Ringsted. ; Dpner was served to the men ait noon by Mesdames Everett Witham, ; Elmer Witham, • Clar- ,enoe Mepz, Fre>d Johannepen, Clarence ,Weis, Nina Kracht and Mrs. Irviij Jensen, Morning cdf- DOM JORGENSON FOR COUNTY TREASURER VOTE FOR ? 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