Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 14, 1965 · Page 20
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 20

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(lew,) ADVANCl THURSDAY, JAN, 14, 196S I"* I I 'I 't *"i* '» »"1 "t-t~f-*-t-t"l~t-i-r Seen at the ALGONA By T. H. C, "4H-I HU I •! •! 1 M II I H-H II A second look at Youngblood Hawke didn't change my opinion of the picture, regardless of the fact that local audiences liked it, which proves that my tastes and the public's aren't always the same. Somehow, a film which involves so many unlikely situations and such absurd characterizations, leaves me cold, Here is a Kentucky coal trucker who suddenly finds himself the author of a best seller, not withstanding the fact that his mother chides him for "wastin" his time scribbling stories." That, isn't so unusual but for our hero to almost as suddenly find himself capable of writing other equally successful novels, mixing with the elite and becoming a suave, polished gentleman, that stretches my imagination to the breaking point. And when they bring in the tragic suicide of a young eight- year old, simply to show tnat the mother has been unfaithful to her husband and neglectful of the youngster's feelings, that does it. And the happy-ending, with its overtones ol a hospital bed and a faithful co-worKer (Suzzanne Pleshette) to bring him around to his senses, is too, too, much. This Suzzanne is an attractive, intelligent little actress and brings out the best acting in the picture. It was a real pleasure to watch her earnest and convincing work. In the book, Youngblood dies but in the movie version, he survives—presumably to prove that a doomed genius has as much right to live as anybody. YESTERDAY, Today and Tomorrow wasn't exactly a child- rens picture but there were a lot of youngsters at the nrst showing of the film. I don't think it hurt any 01 them altho the theme of the three episodes weren't really for the juvenile mind. But I don't think it affects the morals of the kids even tho the themes as presented, were strictly adult. I wonder if the parents knew that their offspring were watching this show? * . * .. ,, .. . * •* Coming to the Algona Theatre Sunday "OPERATOR, OPERATOR, I'VE BEEN DISCONNECTED!" Jerry Lpwls plays an orderly who manage* to get into iom« of the funniest situations imaginable in "The Disorderly Orderly," his new Technicolor comedy for Paramount which opens Sunday at the Algona Theatre. —Thursday thru Saturday "World Of Henry Orient" 7:15 "Never Put It In Writing' 9:10 —Saturday matinee at 1:30 "Never Put It In Writing" plus 6 color cartoons —Sunday "Disorderly Orderly" 1:30- 3:00'- 5:05 - 7:10 - 9:15 —Monday thru Wednesday "Disorderly Orderly" 7::K) - 9:40 If they didn't they were not keeping as close track of them as they presumably should have. Possibly, if their youthiul minds were capable of grasping the real significance ol some or the scenes, they would have learned something aboat psychological nuances. Possibly tne trailer, with isolated scenes of some of the "racy" scenes, did the picture an injustice. , Trailers, in my humble opinion, are misleading iniicli as cor- i tain detached passages of a book are misleading. It is the general content of the book or picture in its entirety, that stamps it as suggestive and possibly obscene. This is a fact that censors are constantly overlooking when they attempt to ban a book or .movie from the general public. And it has been definitely proved that few books and pictures lead to juvenile delinquency. Most of such arc already on the downhill before they read a book or sec a picture. Services for Bode victim of accident Bode — Funeral services for Florenus Bennett Hemmestad, 30, Bode, werc held Jan. 4 at 2 p.m. at St. Olaf Lutheran church, with Pastor M. O. Kraa- bal officiating. Burial was in Lutheran cemetery. Mr. Hemmestad died Jan. 1 from injuries received in an auto accident near Fort Dodge. Benny, as he was known, was born Dec. 2, 1934 at Volga, S. D. At the age of three he came to live at the Sigval Enger home. Mrs. Enger was his aunt. He graduated from Bode high school, attended J. C. Community college in Ft. Dodge, and also attended Bucna Vista college, Storm Lake. He was attending Brown Electronic trade school in Minneapolis. Survivors are his foster mother, Mrs. Hilda Enger, Bode; (urotiiers, Orvpl, Volga, S. P.; Howard, ft. Dodge; and Slewartsviiie, Mo.; sistefs, Bketi, Dallas, Texas; Aflene Klfine, California: Maxine Jordan, Mcdford, Orcgati; and Donna Christcnsen, Sioux Falls, South Dakota; and the foster sisters, Mrs. Walter fiakkcn, Bode; Mrs. Ralph Larson, Mallard, and a foster brother, Henry Enger, Mallard. He was <» member of St. Olaf Lutheran church in Bode. Dale Vigc was soloist and Mrs. David Engcl accompanist. Bearers were Arnold Brodale, Stanley Nelson, Wilford Rood, Larry Torgerson, Marlin Torgerson and Robert Torgerson. Flowers were in charge of Mrs. A. C. Rossing, Mrs. Elmer Larson, Mrs. Marcus Rolland and Mrs. John Lomcn. The Altar Guild Circle served lunch after the committal. Relatives at the funeral services were his foster mother, Mrs. Hilda Engcr, brothers and sisters, the Oscar Oines and Otto Oincs, Volga, S. D.; the Clark Agrcs, Verne McCords, Brookings, S. D.; Willis Stessins, Nunda, S. D.; and Mrs. Louis Hentre, Madison, S. D. : Others came from Algeria, Emmetsburg, Goldfield, Hardly, Mumboldt, Fort Dodge, LiVCf- more, Mallard, Renwick artd Ottosen. COUPLE MARRIED Cora McKay, daughter of Lynwood McKay, and John Peder- ] son, son of the Ernest Peder- sons, were married Dec.' 30 at 8 ' o'clock in the chapel of St. Olaf Lutheran church, Pastor Kraabel officiating. Attendants were the groom's sister, Mrs. Harlan Harris, and his brother, Richard Pederson, Mrs. Don Aure was ! soloist and Mrs. David Engel, pianist. A reception was held at Johnnies Steak Harbor. The Pe- dersons are living in Howard Curry's house on south Main St. Mr. Pederson is employed at Farmer's elevator. OFFICERS INSTALLED ALCW met Jan 7. in the church. Mrs. Orville Olson presided. Mrs. Orlando Grefstad had devotions. Mrs. Henry Olson installed the 1965 officers: Pres., Mrs. Orville Olson; vice, Mrs. Leroy Worby; sec., Mrs. Lucille Torgerson; treas., Mrs. Off eft Olson; Education, Mrs. fed Kinseth; Stewardship, Mfs. fJaffell Johnson. Mrs. Henry Olson and Mrs. Worby had the lesson. New year books were distributed by Mrs. Warren Hankins. Hostesses were Emma Olson, Mfs. Allan Olson, Mrs. Conrad Rossing, Mrs. Ralph Jacobson, Mrs. Lyle Siefkin. New cir^ cle groups met to elect officers. Miles Helmen had surgery in Iowa City, Jan. 7. He had been at the hospital several days. Mrs. Helmen and the Justin Tor- gersons were in Iowa City. Mr. Helmen is school librarian in Cherokee. The T. M. Aures had the David Engels and Vernie Faltin- sons, Elmer Kftowies and the Don Atifes as guests New Years. the Bob Cfokefs and Don Aures spent a weekend in Sioux City. The Crokers went to see his mother, who is a hospital patient, and the Aures visited his sister, LaVonne. The Harry Madsens, Ruthven, were visitors at T. M. Aure's Sunday. Mrs. Carl Opheim is spending several days with her daughter Barbara, the Roger Johnsons, Palm Grove. A daughter was born to the Johnsons New Years day in Fort Dodge. They have two sons. Paul Lansing came from Des Moines Sunday and with the Ar- nold Kittlesons, West Betid, I** sisted their father, Guy Lansing, J move to the house on Main St. he recently purchased. MUSCULAR ACHIS ' PAINS Take PRdVO tablets when you want temporary frelief from minor aches* and pains and body stiffness often associated with Arthritis, Rheumatism, Bursitis, Lumbago, Backache and Painful Muscular aches. Lose these di$conv forts or your money back. At all drug counters, Honibruch Drug - Algone Do Your Grocery i • • <-.v. * «,.• •'• ., , • Shopping The Easy Way i -Call 5-3762- order by Phone! We Deliver • • I •!'''• •- \ 3J/MV • tw.ee da,ly ^U J EAST END GROCERY | : TED A ELAINE VERA | SUN. Thru WED., JAN IT - 20 ALGONA Continuous Sunday from 1:30 p.m. , * s Jerry's on a wild ward-path as lit goes from bed to nurse. PLUS COLOR CARTOON and "SWISS WATER PARADISE" ;=; ALGONA SH AKLEYS EMMETSBURG JANUARY CLEARANCE SALE Now In Progress And Going Strong - • Ends Saturday, January 16 All Sale Merchandise Re-marked for Final Clearance , SAVINGS ™ 50 AND MORE Reg. 7.98 to 17.98 Reg. 19.98 to LADIES DRESSES NOW 3" to 10" NOW 11" to 44" LADIES WINTER COATS ENTIRE STOCK FUR TRIMMED — UNTRIMMED — CAR COATS NOW 17" to 39" NOW 42" to 89" Reg. 29.98 to 65.00 Reg. 69.98 to 145.00 Reg. 6.98 to 9.98 Re 9 . 10.98 to 24.98 SWEATERS WOOLS — FUR BLEND — ORLONS NOW 3" to 5" NOW 6" to 14" PURSES REG. 4.98 TO 17.98 Now 2.49 In 8.99 JEWELRY REG. $1 to $4 Now 49c to 1. MILLINERY REG. 4,95 to 14,95 Now 1,99 to 5, SKIRTS ;-«< Entire Stock of Wool Skirt* REG, 7.98 to 14.98 Now 3.99 to 8,99 SPORTSWEAR Entire Stock of Co-ordinated PRIDED TO CLEAR HOSIERY VAN RAALTi 66c pr,-3pr, 1.79 CHILDREN'S DEPARTMENT On 2nd FLOOR 3 to 6x Reg. 2.98 to 10.98 GIRLS DRESSES 7 to 14 49 *« £99 NOW I 49 to 6' BOYS-GIRLS COATS, to 6x t A. •< i*'-. 2 to 6x Reg. 12.98 to 35.00 7 to 14 NOW 6" to 18" Boys and Girls Sweaters INFANT «~ TQPDLiRS - 3 to 6x „ 7 to 14 NOW I 49 to 6" - 2.98 to 10.98 FORMALS 1 Up to V 2 Price & GIRLS & BOYS HEADWEAR PRICE INFANT * TOPPLiB DRESSES Up to Va Price INFANT ft TODQLfR SPORTSWEAR Up to ¥2 Price BOYS SPORTSWEAR Priced to Clear SKIRTS Priced to Clear

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