AUS6WA (Iowa) A6VANCE-3 THURSDAY, JAN. 21 - .\ . - .- - ... —^.- . I H'i'i I ii i Him 11 ill tit Seen N at the ALGONA By t. M. C, 4-H-H-H-H t t M i H H"t-M-M There is an important differ etlcte bstweert a World Premiere of a forthcoming motion picture and a so-called "sneak preview." At the former, usually a"drW and invitation affair, notables from the Hollywood ,studio, phis actors and actresses, and, Kspbtt- ers ffbtti across the nation, are in attendance. It was my good fortune to at* tend the World Premiere of The Music Man in Mason City a few years ago and I must admit th«t I was somewhat awed by the huge delegations of dignitaries from all over the United States. By way of contrast, in .the "snpak • preview" the 'general public is welcomed, the feature is kept a dark and closely guai;d- ed secret and a nominal admission charge is made. At the' end of the • performance, post paid cards are distributed in the lobby of the theatre, addressed to the studio in Hollywood. • "• The audience is then asked to give their answers to such questions as: rating of the picture, excellent, good, fair; individual stars, excellent, good, fair; which scenes did you like best; which scenes, if any, did you dislike; check age group, 12-17, 18 to 30, 31 to 45, and over 45. BY A LUCKY coincidence;- I happened to be in Minneapolis for a sneak preview of a coming attraction held at the new Mann Theatre and scheduled for 8:15 in the evening. I might mention in passing that I was the only critic, amateur or pro-" fessional, on the scene. The only real "notable," I was told, was Richard Zanuck, son of the famed producer, but over 20 executives from Twentieth Century Fox Corporation had flown in for the event, plus the local motion picture bigwigs from the Twin Cities. And now to get down to facts. The picture proved to be The Sound, of Music, starring Julie Andrews, Christopher Plummer; Eleanor Parker, Richard. Haydn; Peggy Wood and Charmian Carr and photographed in Panavision De Luxe color. j; ; The cast ; is superlative and the, work of the famed Trapp chil- " dren is a delight to watch. The scenes in the convent are im- ThfAfre. ' -------- af f ofds. the freauent changes of l§u*rta M abty beautiful. TTie bteath of ifif .in§ Sunday at th« Alf*na vision 1 which the motion picture " " affords, the frequent chafig location which are defile the stage, the soft sh „. bright sunshine U* softtth? $**>& light, especially if. tftt* IfrMlettt close-ups, all cotttblHe UJ givfe the Twehtieih Century £Mt.Ver> siofi of Thfe Sdtihd of MUSlc M distinction which should place the film among the top contri- buttons of 1965. 1 think the mo- tiori picture has flhaily (1 cfl' ' of age" this year £.ttd shodm the most successful in movie history. The Sound of Music will short' ly be released, after Sonic ctit fahvs, play* The iedoetive young linger who becomes infatuated With bUi tttUf- guide Richard BUrton in "The Night of the Igyani," ekplosive Screen ver- iibn of tenne.»ee Williams' priie-winning play. Ava Card' ner and Deborah Kerr also star in the brilliant cast of the John Huston • Ray Stark production presented by Metro-Goldwyn- Mayer and Seven Arts, and directed by John Huston. Lakota State Line boys champion :-^ThUr«d«y thru Saturday , "Emil.And The Detectives" 7:00 "The Tattooed Police Horse 1 8:40 —Saturday matinee at 1:30 —Sunday "The Night Of The Iguana" 2:00 - 4:25 -5:50 - 9:10 —Monday and Tuesday 7:00 and 9:20 pressiye; much more so than in the stage production. Filmed against the majestic, awe-inspir irig grandeur of the Austrian Alps, at Salzburg, with a surefire theme and music by Rodgers and Hammerstein, this is probably the most spectacular motion picture ever made. It is a rather curious fact that 1965 should usher in two outstanding films, both of which will rival the original Broadway productions. Most critics agree that My Fair Lady challenges the New York stage show. I have seen only the road show company of The Sound of Music at the Orpheurh theatre in 'Min- ting and changes brought about by the suggestions from this Minneapolis audience,, because this is the reason for these sneak previews attd the cards which will find their way back to Hollywood. When The Sound of Music appears in theatres probably at road show prices don't fail to see it. It will of fer you a delightful, unforget table experience ih motion pic Hire enjoyment. Services for LF. Wingert at Wesley Funeral services for Lawrence F. Wingert, 79, were held Wednesday at 10:30 a.m. at St. Joseph's church in Wesley with Fr. Gerald Wingert officiating. Mr. Wingert died Sunday morning of a heart attack while attending church. Lawrence R. Wingert was born Jan. 2, 1886, at Wesley, son of Rose Zumach and Michael Wingert. November 25, 1908, he married Mary Thissen in the St Joseph church in Wesley. She is a member of the Holy Name Society. Besides his wife he is survive! by three daughters and five sons: Tom, Me Allen, Texas Claire, Wesley; Louis, Buffalo Center; Michael, San Diego, Calif.; Father Wingert, Melville; Rita, Mrs. John Shepard,* San Bernadino, Calif.; Sister Mary Catherine, Dubuque; Eileen, Mrs. Ed Johnson, Wesley. Three children are deceased. $ attd St. fad,- Mittfl. . ' Mri Milfofi Ditil had hir bco- her ahfl sister-in-law Mr artel Mrs Dad Laidtey of Rdwa'h as guests -last Week Sunday. CORRECTION The- Mad Urtder the picture of Vtr. and Mrs. Otto Ertgelbarts, Lakota, in Mohday's paper stated it was thfe couple's 50th an- liversary. The story was correct "n stating it was the 45th utlutiks , A meeting of the Board of Trustees of the Algona Municipal Utilities was leld ir> the City Holl, City of Algond, owo, Jon. 16, 1965, at 12:01 P.M. Present were: Allen Buchanan, 0. B. Harmes, Melvin Bay, T. James , Palmer, Supt. and Ira Kohl, Secretary. The minutes of the meeting of Jan. 4, 1965 were read and approved. Motion by Bay, seconded by Harmes, that the vouchers payable be approved and authorized poid os oudited. Roll coll. voting "Aye", Buchanon, Harmes, and Bay. Voting "Nay", None. Motion car- Sinclair Ref. Co., Fuel Oil --.$1,586.17 C. M. St. P. & P. R.R. Co., Freight ...... ____ ..... -.- 200.02 C. M. St. P. & P. R.R. Co., Freight ............ ______ 79.95 W. W. Sullivan P. M., Postage - 64.36 Iowa Emp. Sec. Comm., Tax .. 493.02 Iowa Pub. Emp. Ret. Sys., Tax _ 460.10 Pay Roll, Pay Roll ....... ... 2,323.34 Milton O. Bilyeu. Labor LAKOTA FOR THE third straight year carried home the boy's hardware as the Eagles defeated Swfea City ih the finals at Thompson Saturday night. Left to right, front row, are: Earl Cushman, Larry Hippen, Roger Becker, Wayne Cordes, Stan Tjaden and Richard Thomson. Second row: Cecil Mabus, manager, Gehe Werihga, Mark Hamilton, Sherman Sleper, Coach Earl Zwagerman, Jackie Brandt, Jim Junkermeier, Brian Ellsworth, Keith Bierle, manager and Steve Bierstedt, manager. LuVerne teams move into tourney semis neapolis but I .can scarcely imagine, that anything could equal the picture version of this already famous play. TO GET BACK to the scenic background; the plot, as I have stated, is -a "natural.^ The photography is by far the most spectacular of have ever seen. any picture I It is indescrib- Walt Disney Presents ENDS • "EMIL AND THE DETECTIVES" SAT. • "THE TATTOOED POLICE HORSE" Also surviving are 28 grandchildren, 11 great grandchildren, and two sisters and four broth ers: Mrs. Mike Franzen, Sheldon, Wis.; Julius, Meyers; Andrew, Houston, Texas; Lewis, Los Angeles, Calif.; Sister Mary Rosal- mia, Sioux City, and. Ray, Chicago, 111. Two sisters- and two brothers are deceased. Burial was in the St. Joseph cemetery with Hamilton Funeral home in charge. Pallbearers were Dale Wingert, Phil Studer, Charles Wingert, Cletus Studer, LuVerne — The LuVerne boys and girls basketball teams advanced into semifinal play of the North Star Conference tournaments Wednesday night with victories at Goldfield. The boys will now face Boone Valley at Goldfield Thursday at 8:30 while the girls play Corwith-Wesley at 7 p.m. The finals will be at 7 and 8:30 p.m. Saturday night at Latimer. The boys had a rugged time overcoming host Goldfield Wednesday before winning, .45-32. They were behind 17-6 and 19-8, the latter shortly after the second quarter began. The Lions then threw a full-court press on the home club and held them scoreless the rest of the half and took over a 20-19 intermission lead. 2 free throws. John Wickett dded 13. Tl4E GIRLS had d mUch easier .me. They led 13-2 after one uarter and 34-10 at the half. Although Jane Hanselman was held to one of her lowest point otals, 21, Monnie Hanson toot up the slack with fa dozen field goals and 24 points. Sunday Thru Tuesday JAN. 24-26 ALGONA Hiis Is More Than A Picture Ihat Produces Whispers! IT'S PROIAILY THE MOST TAIKEO-AIOUT PICTURE OF THE YEAR...AND IT IS FOR THE MATURE-MINDED. SELDOM HAS THIS THEATRE IEEN PRIVIUGED TO PRESENT A PICTURE WITH GREATER STATURE... A MORE SUPER! STORY...OR A FINER CASTI Roger Wingert, Youngwirth. and Luke clubs werj still tied .27 27 after w lhree periods before LuVerne again pressed all the court and won going away Goldfield scored only 15 points the final three quarters after tallying 17 in the first period. Bob Maass had one of his cold est shooting nights but finished with 17 points including 11 o Bancroft cops Jth win in 10 starts Friday BOYS (45) fg 4 LuVERNE Hefty — Haass ; 3 Meyers 2 Wickett 5 Trauger 0 Nelson 1 ft 1-2 11-12 0-3 3-6 0-0 0-1 P* 2 4 1 4 2 4 TOTAL 15 15-24 17 LuVERNE GIRLS (57) fg ft p 11-18 anson _ -12 Lindebak 5 Coyle 0 Brink ——- 0 Schnakenberg i 0 Nelson _____ _ 0 Daley 0 Leek 4 TOTAL 0 22 1-2 1-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 .OrO LOCALS ivmiini *_»• uiiytju. uui.ui ______ Mefvln Hentges, Labor Wilbur E. Bruner, Labor .Brian Rikc, Labor __ i lowa State Bank, Tax 'Soc. Sec. Fund, Tax Ricklef's Insurance, Ins. Treasurer of State, Sales Tax _ Treasurer of State, Use Tax __ Coast-to-Coast, Supp. Benson's Welding, Service Spencer Grocer Co., Supp. City of Alqona, Ins. Bonannon Ins. Sar., Ins. Blossom Ins. Agbncy, Ins. The Algona Ins. Agency, Ins. __ Algona Chamber of Comm., Dues __ American Pub. Power Ass'n., Dues WATER FUND Iowa Pub. Emp. Ret. Sys., Tax _ lowa Emp. Sec. Comm;, Tax ._ Pay Roll, Pay .Roll Walter D. Peterson, Labor Maurice Krebsbach, Labor John Wood, Labor lowa Slate Bonk, Tax Soc. Sec. Fund, Tax Treasurer of State, Sales Tax _._ Greenberg Auto Supply. Supp. _. American Water Works Ass'n. Ins., Dues Hygienic Lab., Service _ 237.21 185.15 M9.78 HI.22 361.60 281.-t5 58.73 1,869.02 24.26 10.68 77.00 141.12 1,000.00 911.75 707.90 182.63 185.00 129.42 121.37 131.03 416.69 183.84 158.61 143.60 68.60 58.58 296.18 6.96 The Bob Deals met her mother,' Mrs Henry Engstrom, at North cen. Pub. ser., GO ? — 15.00 8.00 36.00 209.46 82.00 28.00 361.64 205.00 the depot at Perry Tuesday eve- rting. Mrs Engstrom hdd jjpeht . ^.~~ almost tWO months in Chicago The Algona Ins. Agency, Ins. .. 24.57 ftUh. her daughter, the. John Ci ^ of ^gSffi'sicuiiTf*-VoND ' 55 ' 0 ° Beiithiens, who have a daughter 1°*° <t i . . • . *.. ^i r*i§ - ' • ' • T* ' " \ lowa * - Tax .. r\ei, oya. ( i a A — — ' t __ l__;_l ___ I 624.06 581.48 St John's of Bancroft brought I bbrh Jari. 14. There arc three I , A scheauie'of salaries and wages of nttior pHitrlron in tho 'familv employees was presented and reviewed. oiner crmaren in me tamiiy. \ j^ en ^ ere was a mo^on by Bay, sec' idul ts season's record to 8-2 for :he season with a last Friday 79-53 night over Loyola of Mankato at Man- parents of a son born Dec, •* I A ll-_.n»4 Ij 1 « . r_>_-ift-_ n. In O IV-O Cpl. and Mrs. Albert • T i ' • ** »* >. ' i buiuntrs ue iixeu, .ur me -..rntuniy ycui, naUgn, Jacksonville. N. C,, are as approved, subject to change, effective • •' . - ' . —•-_ « ,-. I _• _ i i _;_ i . r»_tc n —u _..!! .._-...:»«, Fo«- onded by Harmes, that the schedule of salaries be fixed, for the ensuing year, as of Jan.' 1, 1965. Roll coll, voting i Aye", Buchanan, Harries, and Bay. Vot!,„*-. I rtioeri Eugene, Jr., 8 IDS., 2 ing "Nay", None, Motion carried. YdiA/i i , r»«_i • " i.i_ ' T• I Next meerino dote wos set for Fcb Only Bahcroft losses this year oz - Tne , re I s another son, Jim- U , 9 « Qt 7:30 O . c , pck P . M . have been to West Behd and my. ™« a daughter, Laura. Mrs Meeting adorned Joe Fosnaugh has returned .secretary hnmo affpr a mnnth with thpm A/ Allen K. Buchanan Slow n ° m . e 3 . 3 monin Wlin inem. Presi dent of the Board Mr and Mrs Floyd Holiall Published in the Algona Kossuth ' ' ' ' County Advance, Algona, lowa, Jan. 21, 1965. Bancroft got Off to uaiii. U1 > 6" 1 " in the first half j led | 13-23 17 THE NIGHT OF THE IGUANA Church names new officers at Irvington Irvington — The annual coh- gregational meeting was held at the Irvington church Jan. 13, Wayne Wickwire was elected elder and Clarence Canaday and Robert Casey, trustees, all for three years. Ushers for 1965 are Russell Canaday, Robert Casey, Dean Culbertson, Gerald Sen- mitt and Kenneth Roney, Action was also taken to install a gas heating system. John Olson, Liver more, who attended the jmeei- ing, did the installing last week Tuesday. Mrs. Henry Steven^ who hid )een at her son Loren's, Orjnbnd Beach, Fla., lias returned to hier home at Ogden. She is the mother of Mrs, Gerald Coleman here, , Merle Wellendorf, Algon§, is till a patient at the Veteran's lospital, Des Moines, recovering rom suygery for hernia tvyp weeks ago, He is receiving other treatment at jthis time, The Fun and Do club met at Katheryn Johnson's Jan. 13. All members were present with Mrs, Alvin Klein a gue»t. At 500 p#$- es went to WiJma ArndorffC, CamUia Bormann and Laura Becker. The next meeting will be at Dorothy Plathe's, Feb. 10. The Gerald Frankls and Hoyle Guenthers, left Sunday for Denver, Colo., for 9 week. They ex- to attend the livestock there. The Robert »l»« k s went to Mason City last week. 6RAVi$IOi UiVICi St, tlM « Qr*¥ffide rites for James Donald Bjerte, son of Mr, ind Mrs. Jame§ Berte, St. Joe, were held T»esd_ay morning at ten o'clock at the St. Joe cemetery with Fsthei 1 I_ep tf- Schijmscher conducting the ser» vice. Hjmiltpn Fweral Home was in charge. Besides the p»r ente, o»e sister NORTH CENTRAL CONFERENCE BASKETBALL J*h. 11 • 16 CONFERENCE ALL GAMES Eagle Grove Clear Lake Clarion Webster City Iowa Falls Algona Humboldt Hampton W 9 7 5 5 4 3 1 0 L 0 1 3 4 4 5 7 10 1.000 .875 .625 .556 500 .37? .125 .000 OA 71.9 69,4 62.5 60.5 57.4 58.0 48.1 49.8 DA 53.0 57.1 55.2 56.8 64.5 64.8 60.0 65.0 W 11 9 6 5 5 4 1 2 L 1 2 6 6 5 7 10 10 JUNIOR VARSITY CONFERENCE L 1 1 2 4 5 5 7 6 W Aigona -v- 7 Webster City 6 Humboldt 6 Clarion ~ 4 Iowa Falls __: ,~i,.-- —— 3 Clear Lake _____ _ 2 Hampton 2 Eagle Grove _ ,________^ 1 Game* Scheduled January 26 • 30 Jan. 26—Grundy Center at Iowa Fails Jan. 29—Clear Lake at Clarion Webster City at Iowa Falls Hampton at Algona Jan. 30-^Garner at Clear Lake Algona at Estherville Individual High Sc«rtr« fer the Setien School Conf, Pli, Averfflt Algona 161 20.1 Eagle Grove 153 19.1 Clarion 150 18.8 Clear Lafc<s 146 J8-2 Clear Lakt 142 *7.8 Nam* Dale Teeter Dave Stauffer Larry Hull Tom Anderson Doug GiabinsJu CRASH ON CORNER James D, Shillington and Jamfi Bradley Steele, 17, were involved In an accident Friday evening about five o'clock at the corner of Harlan and Lucas Streets. Estimated damage to the Shillington auto was $90 and $245 to the right side of the Steele car. No charges were 31-24 at the intermission. Then I spent the paced by Dick Diers and Bob Hatten, each of whom bagged 20 and 21 points respectfully, they pulled away in the second half. BANCROFT (79) fg ft pf Diers __' ',. 10 0 2 _____-, 1 0 1 Hatten 10 1 2 Menke 62 2 Meister 641 McCarthy 120 Murray 1 Q 0 TOTALS 35 9 7 Junior high wrestlers end successful season The Algona high school 8th grade wrestlers won Tuesday afternoon in a meet at Eagle Grove, 15-9. Eagle Grove had no boys qver 130 pounds, so some of the Algona team did not participate. The local ninth graders lost 13-5 to the Eagle Grtivfe team. Algo'na did hot register a fall in either meet. This Concludes the season for the local junior high matmen, who won 5 and lost 1. Elbert charged for auto violation Art Algona man, Walt Elbert; was charged with making an improper turn ,on highway 169 three miles south of Algona last Saturday afternoon about 1:15 p.m. Charges were filed against Elhert by Patrolman Charles Bird when his car was involved in a collision with a car driven by William J. Erpelding, LuVerne. The Elhert car had $150 in estimated damage and the .Erpelding machine about $200. Elbert was making a left turn in front of the other car accord- irig to Bird. Bird also investigated a second, accident Sunday afteriioon at Burt when pars driven by 16- year pld Cfaryle Tietz and Pav}d Smith, 22, both of Burt, collided at an icy intersection «j Burt. Both cars had about flOO in damage. NO charges were filed. Men! Boys! m JACKET for Nee- Prlntinfl? Call the ADVANCII A NiW OROUP FOt ALOONA RICHARD TCTRHTS "PREMIERES" COMP AND iljQY tH)$ OUTSTANDING 010WP SATURDAY JAN, 23 ATTHI Pine Room Fin«»t WINTERS 'MOOSE' warn* IHCMWt MEN'S MEDIUM, i tkJtrs, outdoor |» foot** famtt, to school! 190% IdirtnUtf WMhabi|ity; attached hwd Is tdf«i in I^hter-Wne pllt, the entire park* it Un»d with knit $911911, Generously cut, extra Witt) K«»vy duty ?lpptr. Fur ton* medium \*+ 6HAH6I IT »nd «ve, tw, it 5H'
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