Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 15, 1965 · Page 3
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H M M m M I at the ALGONA T, H, father Goose is a real "sleep- et " — otie of those fate, tut» lief aided pictures which one at* tehds with some doubt but which is tailormade for those who insist oh utter relaxation and enjoyment in their movies. The reviews gave .me little clue and I passed tip the picture on a recent Minneapolis visit. The usually suave Cary Grant is here portrayed as a rather desoluate beachcomber whom Leslie Caron describes as a "rude, foulmouthed, drunken. filthy beast." He is drafted during World War II by an Austra,-' lian Navy Commander, Trevor Howard, as a plane spotter on a remote islet near New Guinea because he happens to drop into the port with a luxury launch which he has purchased for a "song" from a rich enlistee.' Once on his lonely refuge, he suddenly finds himself the protector of an English gi ri ... (Leslie Caron) and her seven giggling schoolgirl charges. This strange little group has been* parachuted onto the island with th.e promise of an early ''rescue, slble stofy of having the Japanese land on the island and sU most catdh ofte of the girls and agfiiti at the climax, when the launch in which Grant is escaping, is blown up by an efiei- my torpedo boat which in turn in blown up by a, u. S. sub! . 1 trust that Gfant's weakness for Scotch will not impair tha morals of any of the juveniles who filled the theatre Sunday afternoon. which never develops. From then on the plot je-; solves itself into one continuous series of complications' "and near-disasters. But it's all good, clean, comedy and the dialogue is refreshing and hilariously funny.. The writers., have also, thrown suspense into the almost impos- cases are explained atSweaCity Swtt City — Dr. Don Anderson, director of the Mental Health Center, Mason City, was speaker at the Swea City Parent Teachers meeting last week. Dr. Anderson explained some of the types of cases treated at the outpatient clinic which serves six counties including Kossuth. Presently 16 .patients from Kossuth are being treated at the Mason City clinic. Dr. Anderson stated that 60% of the patients are adults 'and the remainder children. Patients , are referred by, schools, family doctors and many realize a need for help and apply for an appointment. In business Mrs. Glen Clark PTA president, appointed a committee to investigate the purchase. of ., a coffee maker. It is hoped this will be available for the March supper. The! March PTA meeting will be. proceeded by a supper, a fune raising project of the group. The program groups. will .be discussion ENDS • TONY CURTIS — DEBBIE REYNOLDS WED. « "GOODBYE CHARLIE" THURS. thru WED. FEB. 18—24 ALGONA Natalie wood Henry Fonda Lauran Bacall MejFerrer aSdll® FRAN JEffBIES • lESllE PARRISHIM EDWWiO EVERCTt HOHTON-il».Ctiy NT BASE and HIS ORCHESTRA ••'''•' . • TECHNICOLOR*- Presented by WARNER BROS. Bancroft girl to wed MR, AND MRS. Fred .iolianhesen, of Bancroft, announce the engagemettt of thelf daughter Marilyn Joyce to Jay Nolander, son of Henry Nolander and the late Mrs Henry Nolander, of Milwaukee, Wis. Miss Johahnesen is a I9fl3 graduate of }. S. U., Ames, and is a Jr. Hi. teacher at the Samuel Morse school in Milwaukee. Her fiance, after four years in the i'| Marine Corps, is working for the Cory Corp. They will be married March 6. Letter from Everly lady rakes parents (Following is a letter received by the Supt. of the Grant Twp. School by an Everly woman with the request it be read and also published in the newspaper. The letter was addressed to the Parents of the Children of the Grant Twp. School. What kind of parents are you? What do you mean by not standing behind your teachers, not backing them? What kind of adults do you want your children to become? What dear "little Louise" needed was a good whaling from her parents. when she came home from school. She disobeyed her teacher more than once for chewing gum. She asked for what she got. Just telling and telling a child not to do. something is not good. A rule is a rule. Her teacher applied the strap to the place provided for it. She had been told what to expect if she disobeyed again. If you, her parents, had made her obey at home and punished her the first time she disobeyed she would not have done, so at school. So the entire blame rests on you. I think all you parents of Grant school had better take a good look at yourselves. Children's actions tell the kind of parents you are. And your actions in this case speak for themselves. So, if I were you I'd apologize. Parents Stand Back Of Your Teachers. Support them, if you want a good school, or want your children to learn anything. If there is not disci- ,pline there is no education. ;*J-Dont,think Driving meet on Wednesday at high school The Community Conference copy of a Mother Daughter program which the Lutheran churches in Pensacbla used recently, it was A 'Pattern for Living' and copied from one used in Algona many years ago. SOCIETY HAVE GUEST NIGHT St. Benedict C. t). A. had a ?:uest night at 8 p.m. Feb. 8. Guests were officers and past Grand Regents from Wesley, Algona, Bancroft, Whittemore, West Bend and St. Joe. Judy Ann and Judy Kay Rosenmeyer gave humorous readings, and also hlimorotis skits assisted by Betty Ricke and Pat Klemm. '• .Jane Arndorfer played piano selections. Cards were played with prizes going to Louisa Becker, Wesley, high; Mrs Louisa 1 Goccke, low. Door prize went to ! Dorothy Arend, St. Benedict; game prizes to Mrs Anna Bus cherfeld, Whittemore; and plate I prize to Mary Becker, St. Joe. I Officers of the St. Benedict I Court were in charge of the i lunch and entertainment. Bear Facts YOUNG REPUBLICANS MEET Kossuth County Young Repuh , ... ... ... . . , . licans will meet for a dutch for better driving will be held trcat supper and elcct ion of of Wednesday, Feb. 17, at 7:30 p.m. in the high school auditorium with no admission charge. The program is designed to provide a review to better driving qualifications for today's complex traffic. Fritz Nielsen, safety education coordinator for the Algona schools, will be general chairman of the meeting. Three short films will be shown. Frank Ulish, Fort Dodge, consultant for the Safety Education division, Carol Kirkpatrick, cf Storm Lake, hearing officer for the Highway Patrol, and Ben Ploof, director of the safety education division, are others on the program. Rev. Loesch, ex-Algona, in Florida By Mrs. Mervin Johnson Swea City — Coincidence never cease to happen. For the past 15 years, since leaving Florida as a student I have written ' or an old woman with rip children spouting off. I have children of my own, Sortie grown, have one 11 and in "the sixth grade. People and I imagine many of you talk about the youth of today. What's the reason? Discipline in the home and school, lack of it, that is. Concerned, Margaret Drury B/ ANITA NURRE fleers Saturday, Feb. 20, at Cun ningham's .Cafe, Burt. The p.m. supper will be followed by a business meeting. Andy Cotton, Algona, will preside as acting chairman. Former chairman Carl Heimstra resigned his position last month, for personal reasons. A nominating committee has prepared a slate of officers, for election. Those elected will act until December, 1965. Each Young Republican is asked to bring a prospective member to the meeting. ST. BENEDICT CLUB The Town and Country Club of St. Benedict met at Marie Thill's Tuesday with a one o'clock luncheon. The lesson was on preparing vegetables. Mrs Nick Arndorfer and Rosalia Rahm prepared some of the vegetables and were served at the luncheon. Despite bad weather the members were all present. The March meeting will, be held at Donna Grandgenett's. A but load of students rode to Gilbertville on Saturday, Feb. 13, where the Bears met Don 3osco. On Friday, Feb. 12, we played Emmetsburg Catholic here. —GHS— The Catholic Students Mission Crusade (CSMC) met on Tuesday with Ed Welp acting as president in the absence of Joni Campbell. They discussed their project for February. They also discussed the Church in South America, which is their study for this year. —GHS— The band has been busy re hearsing new numbers in pre paration for the concert in the latter part of February. —GHS— Sitter Mary Imelda has re- urned to G.I-I.S. after her recent illness. —GHS— The students (and teachers) njoyed a free day on Wednesday, Feb. 10, due to the weather. —GHS— The latett edition of the "Star" came out last week with many nteresting articles and stories. Is staff is to be congratulated! —GHS— We wish to express our sympathy to Father Ries on the death of his father. —GHS— The ttudent council met on Monday, Feb. 8. Several committees met with Father Conway and other business was discussed. GRADUATES '— Mrs Jacob Brand, first grade teacher . at Sully, and her son, Duane, Lynnville-Sully high school coach and teacher, both received degrees at Drake University last month. Mrs Brand received a bachelor's degree in education and Duane his master of science degree in education. "You will never stub your toe standing still. The faster you go, the more chance there is of stubbing you toe, but the nore chance you have of gel ting somewhere." — Charles Kcttcring. ALGONA (Iowa) ADVANCE—3 MONDAY, FEB. 15, W5 DINE WITH YOUR PRIENDS AT THE . < • PINE ROOM (ALGONA HOTEL) For Your Favorite Beverage • DINING • DANCING O COCKTAILS CALL... 5-3234 FOR EXPERT AND EFFICIENT Plumbing & Heating • Fast Service • Competitive Rates Dependable <> FUNK Plumbing & Heating! | South Dodge Algona PARTY IS DATED St. Ann Hospital Need Printing? Call the ADVANCEI tragedy outside? Merchant. Recently her father died and ihe sent a memorial card, the minister was a Rev. Loesch. I remembered that I had often met a Rev. Loesch of Algona Trinity Lutheran church at the lome of my aunt and family the Jen Wibbens, and I wrote my friend to see if it could be the same minister. I received a reply this week hat Mrs. Merchant had spoken to Mrs. Loesch and it is the same 'amily who lived in AJgona many years. Mrs. Merchant was also acquainted with the Loesch daughter and husband Del, who have learned is a former Algona boy, too. The Loeschs served at a church in Pascagoula, Miss, be"ore going to Pensacola 5 years ago. Enclosed in my letter was a flpy cloifies inside... The magic words are; llictric clothis dryir! The magic of in tjeqtric clothes dryer enables you to dry clothe* inside your home... at any time, jay or night,,, in any weather,,. without worry about clotheslines, clothespins. An electric clothes dryer is about the biggest labor-saver you can own—withi loi wratfof cost and big convenience, See. your dealer right ww tat an giggife Qlqibss dryer,,, another way to live better, electrically! Algona Municipal Utilities Auxiliary will hold a dessert and card party Wednesday, Feb. 24 at 7:45 p.m. Bridge and 500 will played for prizes. Tickets purchased from board, members and reservations made by Monday, Feb. 22 with Mrs Elmer Walter or Mrs Miles Sloniker. Mrs John Dole and Mrs Elmer Walter are co-chairmen. 40 YEARS NEWSPAPERING — Donald "Spud" Malven, shop foreman of Manchester Newspapers, has been in newspaper- ing there 40 years. He started as an apprentice printer with the old Manchester Democrat on Jan. 28, 1925 and has been in charge of mechanical production of Manchester Newspapers since 1942. "A free press stands as one of the great interpreters between the government and the people. To allow it to. be fettered is to fetter ourselves."— U. S. Supreme Court. —GHS— Vocal and piano students will present a recital on Feb. 16 at 7:30 p.m. The recital will be under the direction of Sister Virginia Marie. "Mere passive • citizenship is not enough. 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