Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 10, 1966 · Page 3
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"MY FAIR LADY" AT TMi ALOONA THEATRt SUNDAY THRU WlDNSSDAY Although he calls himself an ordinary man, he's quite an ordinary one. No one but Rex Harrison could have poi extra* portrayed Professor Henry Higgins, the witty, tyrannical phonetics expert, in "My Fair Lady." It was inevitable that Harrison, who personified Higgins 1,006 times on the musical stages of New York and London, should appear for the 1,007th, and last, time in the famous role in Warner Bros.' Academy Award-winning, screen version which opens Sunday at the Algona Theatre for a special limited engagement. Harrison stars with Audrey Hepburn in the Techni- color-Panavision musical, which was directed by George Cukor. the 1986 All-State chorus of 650 select voices from high schools in towa at the All-State music festival in pes Moiiies Nov, 2526. Members of the quartet are Marge Thompson,'alto; Maty Lou Olson, sporano; Dale- Rossing, bass, and Dale Fredricks, tettof. Got. 29, 4,000 high school musicians were at six audition cen* ters competing for the All-State chorus, orchestra and band. The Twin Rivers students auditioned at Clear Lake. At this audition center, 136 quartets performed and the TD quartet was one of the 29 quartets accepted. The Michael Palms have a daughter born Oct. 30 at Luth- eraii hospital. She hail beenter, Gloria ' to Tony Rigger. rtamed Kali Lynn. The. Jiffies McGowans, Renwick, are the maternal graHdflafehtJ and p* ternial gfattdpfcreftits are the Harry Palms, Iowa City. ... Mrs. Al Otttnaf, Beresford, S. D.; visited the MaH>Id SfeaUg- stads last week. Mrs, pttmftr, the forme? Bonnie Telford is formerly from fiodfe. Other visitors last weekend were the Oliver Bakkens, Algona. The Larry Durlavys and Danr ny, Newton, were weekend visitors at the parental Vernon Tornkins. The Art Hansons spent Thursday to Sunday in Minneapolis for the wedding of their daugh- Other* ffdm this prea. attending were the Jennings Nielsona, Humboldt, Bob Joselyns, Clarion, and Mrs. Les Kjar, Fort Dodge. The D. W. Dickinsons, Eldora, were Sunday guests at Leon Gangestad's. Mr, Dickinson and Mr. Gangestad were roommates at the University of Iowa. Elizabeth Ahlrichs, St. Louis, Mo., is spending a few weeks with her maternal grandparents, the Leon Gangestads. Entomology is the science that deals with insects; etymology is the science of words. St. Joe ALOONA (l^rt) AOVAMCt-l TMUMOAY, NOV. 10, Mr». SylvtiUr A Good Neighbor deed Was held Thursday by neighbors, friends and relatives Who picked corn for the Art Kohlhaases. Art recently had an appendicitr is operation in St. Ann hospital in Algona. Mrs. Sylvester Wagner was surprised on Friday evening by relatives £or her birthday, Lunch brought by the guests was served. Attending were the John Thuls, Nick Redings, Algona and sandy, f <sd Wagners, , Geafga Wagners, Mrs. Adeline Wagner, the Orville Wagners and BfftoifH f St. Joe, Mrs. Baft Gidley, Colorado Springs, Colo., Sylvester, Eileen arid Thomas Mil . Tne George Wagnerl-went to Belmond Sunday and also called Ott Mrs. Annette Woods «t Web* ster City and the Joe Brofers, Fort Dodge. The John F. Redings and Jeff and Mrs. Dan Gidley spent the weekend with the Dale Chico- ities, Jefferson, S. D, Jill Reding stayed with an aunt and uncle, the Merlin Altmans, Algona, net will be sferve* #dt Legtbti Monday fflght, p.m. to all Legion ft*t No. «7 aftd^ area who fcftVe bfeeri since Aug. S, !<#* ' Bode couple home from trip in 14 states Bode —The - Leon M. Gange- stads have returned from a month in eastern United States. Their 5000 mile auto trip took them into 14 states including Chicago, Detroit, Niagara Falls, upper New York, a ferry across Lake Champlain to Burlington, Montpelier and Bant;, Vermont. They circled the Green Mountains in New Hampshire, visited the earth Telestar station at Andr over, Maine, and eastward to Bangor and Bar Harbor. This was the northeastern point of their trip. They were in Augusta and Portland, Maine. The Gangestads spent most of a week in Boston and Plymouth, Mass. They visited the gravesite of Mrs. Gangstad's ancestor, Major William Dawes, Jr., a patriot and Son of Liberty, in an old cemetery in the heart of downtown Boston, next to 'Kings Chapel. In Plymouth the,' Mayflower II and the Plymouth Plantation were most interesting.. They went to Cape Cod and Hyannis and Hyannisport. Later •they saw the Franklin D. Roosevelt home and library near Hyde Park, and West Point Military. They visited their nephew, the R. E. Thompsons, Trenton, N. J. A day was spent in New York City, a day in the Pennsylvania Dutch country at Lancaster, and a day in Hershey, Pa., at the candy plant. They visited their daughter,' the Amelungs, in Iowa City, and Mrs. Gangestad's sister, Florence —Thursday Thru Saturday Complete program begins: 7:00 p.m. Waco 7:08. Saboteur 8:36. —Kiddi* Saturday Matinee Complete program begins: 1:30 p.m. Waco 2:09. —Sunday Complete program begins: 1:00 - 4:02 - 7:20 p.m. "My Fair Lady" 1:07,- 4:25 7:43. —Monday Thru Wednesday Complete program begins: 7:30 p.m. "My Fair Lady" 7:53. Dawes, Evanston, 111. WED AT NASHUA Corrine Sue Rippentrop and Larry Shirk, were married Oct. 28 at the Little Brown church in Nashua. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. F. L. Bakken, Bode. Mr. Shirk is the son of the Simon Shirks, Bricelyn, Minn. The double ring ceremony was performed by the Rev. Glen Utterbaok. She was attended by Mrs. Carl Haayer, Leland. The bridegroom's attendant was Art Gilbert, Forest City. The bride graduated from Twin Rivers high school in Bode and has been employed at the DeLuxe Products Co., Lake Mills, for four years. He graduated from Bricelyn, Minn, high school and is also employed at the DeLuxe Products. A reception was held following the "ceremony for their immediate family at the Nashua church. They will live at Lake Mills; : QUARTET TO STATE A mixed quartet from the Twin Rivers high school will sing in PROCLAMATION WHEREAS, The Congress of the United States has declared the eleventh day of November of each year to be a legal holiday and designated it as Veterans Day; and WHEREAS, Veterans Day has been established as an occasion appropriated! for expressions of public honor and esteem of our veterans, and a day dedicated to the cause of an honorable world peace; and WHEREAS, The Men and women who served in the uniform of our country have contributed immeasurably to the preservation of America's freedom ; and . WHEREAS, Americans who today serve in our armed forces are continuing to display a gallant and inspiring willingness to champion the cause of freedom which is being challenged by the forces of an aggressive ideology seeking world domination ; and WHEREAS, The Nation and the free world are eternally grateful for all of these contributions to. the quest for an honorable world peace; now , THEREFORE, I William J, Finn, Mayor of the City of Algona, do hereby call upon all of our citizens to observe Friday, November U, 1966, as Veterans Day, and ask that the occasion be observed with appropriate ceremonies in honor of those who have borne the burden in the defense e| our freedom, . I further call upon all of our citizens and business firms to mark this day with the proud display of the Flag of the United States as a reaffirmation of our support of our national purpose in the defense of freedom's cause through* out the world, IN WITNESS WWEBEQF. J have hereunto set my hand and cause to lie affixed the official seal of the City of Algona, this 10th gay of No '- Wm. J.'Finn, Mayor WITH $5 GROCERY ORDER SUGAR GOLDEN CORN MARGARINE 4 Pur* Corn Oil. 1 Lb. Pkgs. S 1 PEPPERIDGE FARM Bag STUFFING ..... 29c KITTY CLOVER Twin Bag POTATO CHIPS... 49c 'LOWEST PRICE IN TOWN ANANAS Ghiquita Golden Ripe Bananas lb Cucumbers each Radishes BUTT'R TOPP GLAZED Donuts m 35 c B-Z Preserves 4 Jars $ 1 TISSUES KLEENEX Boxes $ 1 DEL MONTE Tomato Juice 4 46 Oz. Cans $ 1 PALME IVHILt YOU WAIT -KEYS- MADE AT THE ALOONA Coast-to-Coast Store nit minimum FROZEN — OVEN READY TURKEYS CENTER CUT PORK CHOPS 69 U. S. CHOICE BEEF ROAST BLADE CUT 7-BONE ARM CUT 47£ 57S 67S CAPONS lb 39c SIMPLOT FROZEN French Fries 5 IBS. 99c Frozen Perch LB 39 FIRST LADY Ice Cream 59c Halt- Gallon SATHER 1 Lb., 2 oz. Jar Peanut Butter 49 FREE PARKING IN REAR OF STORE 25 Gift House Stamps with purchase of Lb. of Flavor Kist or Premium Crackers 50 Gift House Stamps with purchase of 3 Pkgs. of Cookies- PRICES GOOD FROM THURSDAY, NOV. 10 THRU WEDNESDAY, NOV. 16 Ron Jack's Food Center 25 Gift House Stamps with purchase of Bag of Popcorn

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