4—AlftOtiA (!6w«) ADVANCE THURSDAY, Flfi, tt, 196S t 1 Seen at the AJLGONA By f. M. C, Goodbye Charlie left me quite cold. The transmigration of the souls is not the ideal material for a titillating comedy, besides being of such a nature as to be completely confusing. Charlie is a philandering Hollywood screenwriter who was shot by a jealous husband and who returns to earth as the very feminine Debbie Reynolds. From there on the entire production for classic Hollywood rumbles". SIX AND the Single Girl isn't much better and gives us a second look at Tony Curtis, this time teamed up with Natalie Wood, and two old timers in the persons of Henry Fonda and Lauren Bacall. Based on a popular best seller by Helen Gurlcy Brown, the screenplay probably hoped to draw audiences who expected something sexy and offbeat. The film, really is a series of misunderstandings and misrepresentations. Tony, editor of a smut magazine, wishes to interview Dr. Helen Brown (Natalie Wood) and write an expose of her. In order to accomplish this, he represents himself as a married man (Henry Fonda) which results in the wildest, cops and resolves itself into a curious robbers, automobile chase in mix-up of personalities, both '"any a day. (The chase in Mad real and unreal while Debbie Mad World is the only one that wards off the advances of Pat Boone and Waller Matthau, much to the discomfort of Tony approaches it.) Now that the new season is coming, we should see some Curtis. When Tony shows inter- pictures with a little more est in the real Debbie you are i"meat"; two comedies like the above will last me for sometime. WINTER TROUT — Robert jUngs of Manchester caught five constantly brought back to reality or unreality by the fact that Debbie is Charlie and not Debbie. Are you following me? I gave up and put the whole trout at Backbone park for a mess down as wasted effort, total of 18 pounds. Each aver- Time magazine sums it up with,' aged more than three pounds "Public apathy is apt to send each and the two largest were 23 Charlie off to the boneyard re- inches long. The Swingin' Gran Pres FRI-SAT FEB. 26-27 • MERLIN ALTMAN • JERRY BERTE • JERRY OSTRUM • PHIL SCHNEIDER ROOM Algona's Finest Lounge ALGON —THEATRE Sunday thru Wednesday,' fob. 2S— • March I James Darren — Pamela Tiffin "THE LIVELY SET" a'a* • •a* *••••• Thursday thru Saturday, March 4-* Lon Chancy in "WITCHCRAFT" Plus Pat Soon* In • "THE HORROR OF IT ALL" Saturday matinee at 1:JO March * "TOMBOY AND THE CHAMP" Plus * Color Cartoons Sunday thru Wednesday, March TOO Peter Fonda — Sharon Hugueny "THE YOUNG LOVERS" Plus James Whitman In "BLACK LIKE ME" Thursday thru Saturday, March 11-11 Carroll Baker In "STATION SIX — SAHARA" Plus "THE SECRET INVASION" Stewart Granger — Mickey Rooney Saturday matinee only at 1:39 March 13 "CHARTROOSE CABOOSE" Plus a Color Cartoon* Sunday thru Wednesday, March 14-17 "THE PLEASURE SEEKERS" Andre Lawrence — Gene Tierney — Brian Keith Thursday thru Saturday, March 18-20 "BLOOD ON THE ARROW" Dale Robertson — Martha Hyer Plus "RACING FEVER" Joe Morrison — Barbara Blggert Sunday thru Wednesday, March 31-24 "HOW TO MURDER YOUR WIFE" Jock Ummon — Virna. Ljtl Thursday thru Saturday, March 25-27 T.A.M.I. Teenage Awards Music International The Beach Beys — Chuck Berry James Brown 4 The Home* And Many Many other tea storj Sunday thru Wednesday, March 28-31 Rock Hudson — Ginq Lollebrigido "STRANGE BEDFEUOWS" Workshops at Fenton for league zone Fantori — Walther League of St. John's Lutheran church, Fen- .on, was host Sunday at a Win- ,cr Workshop for the Algona Zone of the Walther League. Devotions were by the Lotts 'reek Walther League, Glen i-Iantelman, Fenton, president of he zone, was moderator. The theme for the workshop was presenting the value of committee work in planning special programs. Leaguers took notes and asked questions. A play was presented by the Fenton league, in which the Doctrine of Justification by Faith was made more meaningful. Craig Borchardt was narrator, and actors were Marilyn Alt, Lowell Mueller, Mark Berkland, Danny Kern, Perry Elmers, Vickie Elmers, Renee Voettler, Robert Krausc, Phil Ruger and Margaret Bierstedt. Rev. Paul Cohn, Paullina, the youth advisor for Iowa District West, spoke to the counselors and pastors. Counselors of the Fenton group are the John Strueckers, Ervin Borchardts, and Rev. Rex Spiccr. Supper was served by some of the mothers of the St. John's members, Mrs. Harold Elmers, Mrs. Howard Bierstedt, Mrs. Lloyd Kern, and Mrs. Bennie Berkland. A recreational training period was held with the Whittemore Leaguers leading games. Closing devotions were led by the LuVerne League. MAKiS HIGH GRADE James A. Gowans, son of this Andrew Gowans, rural Cylinder, was oil the dean's list at Ft. )odge Junior college for the irst semester. Only eight of he 700 students enrolled at Ft. Dodge had grade point averages of 3.5 or over and made the dean's list. Gowans' average was 3.71 for the first semester, Gowans is a 1959 graduate of Scntral, and served in the air orce before entering junior college. SPECIAL SPEAKER The Fenton Methodist church will have as speaker Feb. 28 Dr. Ralph Klttcrman, the Spencer district superintendent, at the ):30 a.m. service. The Fenton VIethodists will also start a study of Genesis on March 3 on Wednesday afternoons during March, from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. for worn- n, and the same lesson Sunday evenings at 7:30 for both men and women. It is hoped two sessions will increase attendance. SPECIAL LENTEN SERVICE Three Lutheran churches in the Fenton area have scheduled special services for the Lenten season. St. John's Lutheran church, Fenton, will hold ser vices on Thursday evenings ai 7:30 p.m. beginning, March 4 ant continuing through Holy Week | St. John's Lutheran church, De pew, will have Lenten services .Thursday evenings at 7:30 p.m \ from March 4 to April. 15. There are six pastors who will ex unch. Guests ruegefs. were the Kaft Fenton group buys hospital beds, mattress Fenten — Mrs. John Waite, president of the Fenton Legion Auxiliary, announced the purchase by the group of a regulation hospital mattress. This makes a total of two hospital beds and one mattress available for use free of charge to anyone in the Fenton community in need of them. The Auxiliary met Friday afternoon at Mrs. Elmer Greinert's. The group now has its quota of members, with 16 senior members and 11 junior members, making a total of 27. One dollar was sent to CARE, and a donation of $2.50 was sent to the Clarinda Mental Health Institute. The Auxiliary also voted to send a girl to Iowa Girls State this summer. She will be selected later from the junior class at Sentral school. Mrs. Waite and Mrs. Hans Baago attended the County Auxiliary [change pulpits for these ser !vices. St. Luke's Lutheran church, Fairville, will hold ser vices on Wednesday evenings a 7:30 p.m. beginning March 3 and continuing through Holy Week. OFFICERS ELECTED Stanley Berkland was elected vice president and Emil Bierstedt membership secretary of the Lutheran Laymen's League at St. John's Lutheran church, Fenton, Tuesday night.. They will hold the posts two years, and president and sccretary- MARRIED 50 YEARS The Morris Finnesiads, Em metsburg, will have theii golden wedding in the Bethany Lutheran church, Emmetsburg, with open house from 2 to 5 p.m. Feb. 28. All relatives and friends are invited. The couple requests no gifts. No other invitations are being sent. Mrs. Shirley Zumach had as her birthday guests last Monday Mrs. Albert Mitchell, Mrs. Morris Mitchell, Mrs. Ernest Berkland, Mrs. Robert Burkgren and Bradley, Mrs. Ervin Ruhnke, Mrs. Melvin Berkland, and Mrs. William DeWall. The Birthday 500 club met at Mrs. Roger Frink's last Monday night. Prizes went to Mrs. Larry Gade and Mrs. Donald Priebe. The Donald Priebes were visitors Fric'ay night at Kenneth Schmidt's, Estherville. Guests who brought their lunch for Mrs. Ed Schlei's birthday last Monday were Mrs. Art Voigt, Mrs. Frank McFall, Mrs. Roelf Miller, and Mrs. Charles Weisbrod. ^ ; ; The Eldon Hantelmans visited the Eldo Luebkes, Colfax, N. JQ-j several days last week.^-Mra. Luebke and Mrs. Hantelman are cousins. The Hautelmans also visited other relatives in Barney and Wahpaton, N. D. Guests of the Charles Feyes for Ronnie's fourth birthdai Wednesday were the Marlil Wegeners and Clarence WCge> ners. The Donald Priebes visited Sunday in Decorah with the Everett Gavles and Mrs; Martin Larson. Sandra Hantelman was a guest meeting at Tuesday. Whittemore last treasurer are elected in the al-j last week of the Arnold Hantel 1 ternate years. A new program I mans while her parents were on a trip. She was also a weekend guest of the Larry Buschers, Al- committee was also chosen of Mrs. James Meyer, Mrs. Don Priebe, Harold Eimers and Rev. Rex Spicar. The topic was given by Rev. Spicer, with discus- gona '*•»•< , The Eldon Hantelmans and Larry Buschers were supper sion. The Calvin Vaudts and guests Sunday at Loren Miller's, Rev. Rex Spicers served the I Fairmont. ENDS SAT • "THE THIN RED LINE" Plus FEB. 27 • "THE MAN FROM GALVESTON" It's Fun and Action...every time they grab a wheel...OR A GIRL! • I* MARCH - 1965 Ply* Cglor Gartpon 9n Added Short Subject SUN, Thru WCD, ALGONA Feb. 28- March 3 FAREWELL COFFEE Mrs. William Hantelman hac coffee Thursday afternoon for women of the Lutheran Lay men's League. Guest of honor was Mrs. Frank Godwin, who is moving to Spirit Lake this week •ther guests were Mrs. Calvin /audt, Mrs. Ervin Borchardt rlrs. Harold Eimers, Mrs. Wil lam Eimers, Mrs. James Meyer, Mrs. Emil Bierstedt, Mrs. Rex spicer, Mrs. Bennie Berkland, rlrs. Stanley Berkland, Mrs. Darrell Dreyer, and Mrs. Don-' Id Priebe. A gift was presented o Mrs. Godwin. The Bernard Kramers have son born Feb. 19 at St. Ann tospital, 7 IDS. 10 ozs., named Todd Bernard. The Kenneth Halversons were Sunday guests of the Henry Wilbergs. The David Dreyers, Oelwein, visited over the weekend with heir parents, the Arno Juhls and Frank Dreyers, Lone Rock. The Kenneth Evensons, Mason !ity, were Sunday guests of the Arno Juhls. The Albert Mitchells had as weekend guests Alice Skaar and 3 aul Baustain of Minneapolis. Also Sunday guests of the Mitchells were the Chester Skaars, Primgh'ar, .Morris Mitchells, Duane Meling, Cylinder, and Leribre; Lynnette, and Lynn Underwood. Feb. 14 the Larry Alts and Marilyn, Christy and Randy Greinert, and Mervin Jentzes, Fenton, attended an Alt reunion at Eli Gerber's, West Bend. Gene Speth in the navy from Chicago was home enroute to Utah. Billy Speth was an overnight guests of the Larry Alts. The Larry Alts had a 500 party Sunday night. Three tables were in play, and prizes went to Bob Krause, Mrs. Lloyd Sunde, Darrell Dreyer, and Mrs, Stanley Berkland. The William Hantelmans and William Bruhns attended a dealer's convention Sunday at St. Paul, Minn. Mrs, E. K. Johnson had the Saturday Afternoon Bridge club last week, Guests were Mrs, Clarence Wegener, Mrs. Walter Krause, and Mrs. Fred Jentz, Prizes went to Mrs. Wegener, Mrs, Jentz, Mrs. Webber Yager. The Forrest Hanifans, Toledo, spent the weekend with her parents, the E, K. Johnsons, Sunday guests besides the Hanifans were the Calvin Vaudts, Ole Pederson had a birthday Feb. 19 and 32 called at the Pederson home during the afternoon and evening, Mrs. Wilfred Stoeber visited Mrs. Russell Byers, Swea City, Friday and they attended the 70th anniversary of the Baptist Women's Guild. Mrs, Stoeber's mother was a charter member. The Wilfred Stoehers visited Mrs. John Munch and Mrs, Zimmerman at the Good Samaritan home in Estherville Sunday. Peggy Voigt spent last weekend with the Dale Weisbrods. the Tony Kahlers, H. R. Pettits and "Peanuts" Kollasch left Sunday for a week in Nevada and Arizona, Mrs, Florence Saxton and Pete Saxton moved last Thursday to the home they recently purchased in Fenton. The farm they vacated will soon be occupied by the Jack Tiemans, Burt. The 0. C. Higgins, Plover, were Sunday guests of the William PeWaUs. Afternoon guests vrere the Mrs. Shirley Zumach and, girls and Mrs. Ervin Ruhnke and Patty. The Ray Zwiefels had as Sunday guests the La Verne Ham- merstroms, Laurens. Weekend guests were the Ken Zwiefels fmj Jerome Zwiefel, Mjnkato. Sunday callers were Mrs. Ejam* - - - 8 n4 Robert Weisbrod, er. Arnold Hansens attended statewide booster meeting rally of the Rural letter Carriers and Auxiliary in DCS MoiheS Saturday. Mrs. Dagfrtaf Newel, Aigdni, MM. Hanson's mother, spent the weekend in Fenton with ftanda, Roger and Martha, sutiday, the Hansens visited the Joe Peffermatis, Grin- neil. Mrs. Pefferman is Arnold's ister; The tMteai'fim Bridge dub met Tuesday at Mrs. Larry Alt's, Mzes went to Mrs. Calvin Vaudt, Mrs. Harold Wehrspann, and Mrs? Arlo Ranney. Mrs. Albert Mitchell had as guests Monday at a coffee Mrs. William DeWall, Mrs. Shirley Zumach and Lori, Mrs. Melvin Berkland, Mrs. Ervin Ruhnke, Mrs. L. J. Weisbrod, Mrs. Oscar Sorenson, Mrs. Ole Pederson, Mrs. Robert Burkgren Bradley, Mrs. Morris Mitchell, and Mrs. Ernest Berkland. It was Mrs. Mitchell's birthday. Guests of Mrs. Shirley Zumach for Debbie's llth birthday last Thursday were Cindy Voigt and Karen Berkland. Callers were the William DeWalls, Mrs. Ervin Ruhnke and Patty, and the Mel* vin Berklands. The Fred Jentzes were Sunday guests of the Donald Berk- lands, Fort Dodge, for Cheryl Berkland's birthday, Titonka man dies at 94 at Des Moines Twenty-five members responded to foil call. Helen Schuster g*v<* the lesson on stage plays, and Shirley Beykeft gave a Short lesion on music. CHURCH CIRCLIS MIET Circles 6f (toad HoptJ Lutheran church met this week with Verfta Circle at the church and Kttnll Mrs. H. Beed |tve i number .tiid MM. &, Bfindt gave the The Art Rodes and Arnold Brandt were coffee guests ifter the game at Kormit Brandt's, Swea City, Monday, v Buffalo Homehiakers met Fri. day afternoon with Mrs. M, Ov Eiida Circle at Mrs. Douglas Givens with Mrs. Douglii Mech Meehler's, both cm Tuesday, ler <tf-h6stess. A representative Wednesday morning Leola Cir- from Read's Furmture 4 gaVe the le met and in the afternoon lesson on home furnishings. Jlizabeth Circle met at the I New residents in Titortk* ire church. Barbara Circle met at the Donald Doocys, coming from Mrs. Clifford Krantz's. evening Gloria Circle Mrs. Walter Baade's. The Homer Downs' are spend* ng several weeks in Florida. They are presently at Winter- laven. Titonka Woman's club met Thursday with Mrs. H. W. Kitzinger. A travelogue on Switzerland was given by Mrs. C. in the Bancroft, who have moved into met at the Karry Hill house.' Junior M.Y.F. met Sunday evening at Titonka Methodist church. Supper was served by Mrs. Glenn Larsen and Mrs. Clarence Isebrand. Cindy Harms was in charge of devotions. Sen* ior M.Y.F. met at 7:30. The lunch committee was Jeanne and Linda Gingrich and Sharort and Karen Eden. Titonka — William L. Campbell, 94, died Thursday at Vet erans hospital in Des Moines. He was a Spanish War .Veteran. He was born Aug. 21, 1870, at Waterdown, Hamilton county, Canada. His parents were Joseph El. and Hanna Featherston Camptell. He was married to Alverna M. Hall Dec. 12, 1899 in Titonka, and lived here many years. He was a carpenter. Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Ben Zahm and Mrs. Lester Pickering, -both of Omaha, 7 grandchildren and 18 great grandchildren. His parents, seven brothers and two sisters are dead. Funeral' services were Monday at Blake Funeral home in Titonka, Rev. Eugene, Rasmussen, officiating. Burial was at Buffalo twp. cemetery. ' i FLY TO FLORIDA Mrs. Don Budlong and infant daughter went to Florida by plane from Chicago , Sunday •to? be present for her parents, the C. H. Toggweiler's 50th wedding. WOMAN'S GROUP MEETS, Titonka Federated club met Thursday evening at the library with Mrs. Rollie Fox and Mrs. Edward B r a n d t, co-hostess. INACONVINTIONMWASHW Now, for the first time, Speed Queen brings you' this' 2-speed Wringer washer will.' self-regulating, fabric- care timer. Now you can have both "brisk" and "gentle" agitation, same •s the automatics. 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