Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 8, 1965 · Page 2
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2— ALCONA (low*) ADVANCE M6NBAY, P1&, I, 196S •t -rrttiTt in t 1 o Seen at the ALGONA By T, M. C, Nobody, and t mean nobody. should have been misled into thinking that \Vbere Love Has Gone was a family picture wben the tfailet states* quite frankly. "So daring it has never been shown before" — or words to that effect. Tn addition it pot a "C" rating which ought to have been the clincher. Frank, ves, but well written and forcibly acted by such outstanding performers as Susan ITayward, Belle Davis. Michael Connors and .foev Heathcrton and a cftst of excellent suoport- infc players. The theme, of course, is strictly ADULT and the dialog shockingly outspoken. This is a free wheeling oreseh- tation.of an unconventional storv about uninhibited peotrte. embroiled In problems brought about by wealth, sex. family dif- 1 ferences, murder and blackmail — you name it — Where Love Has Gone has it. As I have stated, oerformances are forthright and solid. Miss Hayward as the "alley cat" mother of her daughter makes a barelv incredible role credible. Miss Davis makes the rich grandmother with a will of iron, a work of art. Conners is fullv uo to the iob of making Medal-of- Honor fiver turned drunk devoted oarent. seem unbelievable. The picture opens with an eve- warmine view, in Technicolor and Techniscope of San Francisco Bay, and races along its devious course in elegant settings. equallv pleasantly caueht by Joseoh MacDonald's gifted camera. Here again, we are confronted with an "adult" picture which certainly portrays the seaminnss of certain phases of modern life, it may not be tvoical but at lonst. it is not improbable, Certainly you can "take it or leave it" according to your tastes and dictates. ONE OF THE most encouraging aspects of motion picture attendance must be the mediocrity of the TV programs thus far in 1965. The calibre of the offerings is almost infantile. The applause and loud guffaws which greet some of the comedians' are ' a mystery to me. I can't believe that all this enthusiasm is "canned" but the volume is deafening, especially on such programs as the .Jackie Gleason show.. Am I lacking in my sense of humor?-! xian't believe it. Only most inclement weather could possibly keep a person glued to his TV set if there is ANYTHING interesting • showing on the screen. • . ' Goodbye Charlie is a clever 'OOODBY6 CHARLI6" STARTS SUNDAY AT THE AL60NA THEATR6 a lunch. Tlif .Tunior Auxiliary made nut cups for the tfcUttty home at Algona and sent them with candy. Tlie Auxiliary vdted to take a collection for Ctfsta ftlca, which Is being studied by both senior and junior auxiliaries this year. Young couple are married here Jan 30 "WHAT ARE YOU DOING HERE?" asks Tony Curtis of Debbie Reynolds tn this scene from the 20th Contury-Fox comedy in CtnernaScope arid De Luxe Color, "Goodbye Charlie" which opens Sunday at the Algona Theatre. Pat Boone has just fished Debbie out of the Pacific Ocean and brought her to the nearest home, which happens to belong to Tony Curtis. The cast of "Goodbye Charlie" also includes Walter Mafthau/ Laura Devon and Joanna Barnes. Vineente Mlnnwl- li directed from a script by Harry Kurnlti. —Thursday thru Saturday "Apache flifles" at 7:30 • "Flight From Aslilya" at, 8:10 only ' •—Saturday "Flipper" 6 cartoons at 10 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. —Saturday mldnite show starting at. 11:00 . "King Kong vs. Godzilla" —Sunday "Goodbye Charlie" l,:30-'3:25 - 5:20 - 7:35 - 10:00 —Monday thru Wednesday "Goodbve Charlie" 7:15 - 9:30 show and Sex and The Sinele Girl should be interesting. Father Goose, which I haven't seen, should prove a diverting program. At least, Cary Grant and Leslie Caron should make it so. In my book, the movies are still my best entertainment bet. The above are some of the good shows in February. New Algona boys 4-H club meets 1 The "new Altfotia Boys 4-H Club will meet Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. in the Extension Office. They will discuss officer election, oroject selection, nrogram planning. Algona 4-H Day and the 4-H basketball' prolect. Any interested boy in the Algona area, ten years of;age and older, can join the cluh anvtime before Ma,v 1 and still * take a project for, 19^5. Anyone needing more information should contact the Extension Office. Constance tor of Mr lic the facts — to bring the red urgency of the problem Into focus and to define our respoti* si bf lilies to it, "The second is to provide as many individual drivers aftd Three women are honored at Swea City Swea City — The Methodist WSCS honored three longtime members with special membership pins Wednesday. They are Mrs. Aletha Ecklund, Mrs. J. E. Harner and Mrs. Rena Haglund. All three are charter members. All could be honorary members but insist on being active. Mrs. Harner had to be brought from the kitchen to receive her pin, as she was a "hostess at the meeting. For each a $25 gift was made to missions in their names, above the regular mission pledge. Mrs. Sylvester Bartolo eave devotions and Mrs. Alvin Richardson Jr. gave the program. Mrs. Harley Troutman. Aleona, will be guest next month at the regular meeting. i STUDENT SPEAKER Pearl Gahuman, Swea City Foreign Exchange student from the Phillipines. was speaker at the Swea Citv Legion Auxiliary. She lives at the home of the^ljfie Davidsons.;;, She. .wore* a j.nat jve dress for the program and showed slides on her countrv. J .The Auxiliary decided to hold a teen-hoo this weekend. HOPS have been sponsored several .imes a month for all local teenagers with about 90-100 youngsters attending. There is a small admission Which also pays .for I Eifc Wadmsfav - "FATHER GOOSE" THURS, Thru SAT, FEB. 11 • 13 ALGONA Prothinan, daUgh- and Mrs William Prolhman, and Michael Neufpth, son of Urban and the late fto- sclla Neurotli, Wesley, were married at St. Cecelia's Catholic church Jan. 30 at 8:30 a.m, by Msgr. P. P. Gearen in a double ring ceremony. The bride was attended by Mrs Keith Neuroth, Wesley, and Keith Neuroth, brother of the groom, was best man. Ushers were Michael Proth- man and Norrnan Rowe, Fort Dodge. Acolytes were Ilonald Hcinan and Michael Bray. Sister M. Virginia Marie and Florence McGtiire furnished the'-music. A reception was held at the Legion hall in Wesley in the afternoon. Joy Meyer and Maxine Huisinga, Titonlca, had -;the guest book. Mrs Kenneth Hoffman, Marshalltown. potired; Mrs John Grant, Britt, cutfthe cake and Mrs Imogene Studer served. Norma Pfeffer arid Jolene Hill, Titonka, opened '-'the gifts. Out of town guests were from Marshalltown, Britt, Fort Dodge, Titonka, Wesley, and St. Joe.. They will live in Fort Dodge. Safety meet is dated here on Feb. 17 As part of a state-wide crn- sade to turn back the tide t of death and destruction on Iowa highways, a community conference for better driving has 1 been 'called for the Algona area- for Feb. 17. - , The conference is sponsored by the department of public safety and the Highway Patrol in cooperation .with service- -ipr-i ganizations and church groups, In a special message sent to the sponsoring organizations, possible with the special information it takes — loday more than ever before — to protect both themselves and others against death and injury on our streets; and highways." The clinics are not being held for problem drivers. "The peo* pic we Want most to reach are the very people who have had no previous violations or acci* dents." "Special studies made of the driving records of the people killed on Iowa streets and highways during the past several months have revealed th* alarming fact that over 40 per cent of the drivers involved in the fatal traffic accidents in tain early next month.- tte has a master's degree in hospital administration. The Stangs went its F6f ffibsa IfiSt JUty* Mr. and MM, Bon Welp and 'amiiy, Bancroft, left Sunday fof »hoenix, Ariz, to visit the Jim Slsbeckers for a week. Then .hey will go to Huntington, Calif, with the Dale Smiths, the ftfffier Barbara Galbfftith. They wilt also visit relatives and friefldd in that area. Mrs. Welp s the daughter of Mayor and tfrs. Finn. They plan to be away ;hree weeks. SHORT CAUSIS PIRE Glenn Parcell, northeast of the commissioner of public safety, William F. Sueppel, said that the community conferences for better driving had two vital objectives. ; • "The first is to bring the pub- had no prior record of either an accident or a traffic ticket." The saddest part, he said, wds that 9 out of 10 of these deaths were the result of human er ror . . . the simple careless mistakes that would have been the easiest to avoid. Algona girl to in Far East Mrs. Ted Stang, the former Mimi Wright, daughter of the Brail Wrights, Algona, is repre senting the Formosa area at the Far East Conference of Gir Scouts. Mrs. Stang organized new Girl Scout troup in her area of daughters of U. S. officers and men on the island. . In a letter to her parents she writes: "I went to Taipei yesterday with three otljer;- wives df officers here. We 'went: in the old cargo plane and it was cold. Of course it doesn't have any heat so we just sat there for an hour and a half and shivvered. "My main purpose in going was to get a Japanese;visa. On February 10th I'll leave" here foi- Tachikawa AFB, Japan, to attend a Far East Girl Scout cori- ference. I was elected official delegate from here which is quite an ho'hor. "The neighborhod chairman from here also goes plus a number of women from Taipei. We leave here Tuesday, the 9th, and fly to Taipei; then wait all day before taking a 7:30 p.m.;plane to Tackikawa. We arrive at 3 a.m. on the 10th. The meetings don't start until the 14th so we will have time to shop and sight- Burt, says the fire which caused damage to his farm home last week, was caused by a short in an electric lamp, and not a kerosene lamp. The fire burned part of the floor and on the wall in an upstairs bedroom. I, Concert Wednesday COMING TO ALOONA Wednesday, Feb. 10 Will be the Varcl and Bailly Chanteurs De Paris, a group of eight young Frenchmen presented at the high school auditorium by the Kossuth Community Concert Association at 8 p.m. This enter' taining act wa"S conceived and produced by the "Rodgers and Hammerstein of France" — Andre' Yard and Charly Bailly, who have written more than 200 songs, not only for their own company but for many other stars as well. Many people, have already heard this exciting singing group through their appearances on television with the Garry Moore and Ed Sullivan shows. • * „ .<v O'tva HER a VALENfW'E Surprise HER v on Valentine's Day with a little gift from the CHRIS CHILLES STORE — a pretty scarf, a pair of the new textured hose, a piece of dainty lingerie. Remembrance of this kind, makes the whole day pleasant. A suggestion from The Ghrischilles Store Quality always. There's a reason why.. see. Lt. Stang is in charge of ser : •vicemen's hospitals in two areas of i Formosa. He has been advised he will be promoted to cap- THE PLUS SECOND EXCITING HIT! YUL BMfNifljIl RICHARD WtoMARK OiOROE CHAKUUS M [ffiTMAICTLOil hMM*. ViTEB WHSIS FLIGHT FROM SATURDAY, FEB. 13 ALGONA STARTINQ AT 11:00 P.M FOR YOUR VALENTIN^ Anl. Heart Boxes 6.50 ALL OTHER NEWSPAPERS ON ALGONA NEWSTANDS WEEK! 41H(SWioyW.R!***"« w AH S»ftf 90e — Poors Qptn 10:30 P.M. 1 -t k lt's sweets to the sweet on Valentine's Day! Delight your Valentine 'with a candy gift from our love- winning selection of the finest heart boxed assortments and chocolate hearts. THUENTE Pharmacy Ipwa Even after adding 100 new subscribers to our already largest circulation in Kotsuth County, the ADVANCE CONTINUES TO OUT SELL ALL COMPETITION AT ALGONA NEWS STANDS WEEK AFTER WEEK. The reason is simple — wa don't care so much HOW we print our p«p«r but WHAT WE PUT INTO IT. Each week you'll find MORE NEWS — MORE ADVERTISING (including three grocery ads to help you with your weekend (hopping) — AND MORE PICTURES than any other newspaper within • radius of 40 miles. Wo are constantly adding new LOCAL features — not conned feature* that fill up space. Wo are constantly striving to expand our news covsrage to give our roaoV on more for their money. The Advance may cost a few pennies mor? — BUT IT'S WORTH ITI We DOHT Nil firaprMf MM varitt tml we DON'T nil sebotl fcshs ...tn ewewrtrale M puffins *>) THE BEST NEWSPAPER IN KOSSUTH CO. •- the ADVANCE! I

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