4— ALGONA (low*) AbVANCE THUKSBAY^ MARCH 11, 1965 i-'i ri' i 'i' i •! i «-«-• Seen at the /VLGONA By T. H. C, Another link in the budding chain of pictures combining the main interests of young theatre patrons — romance, fun and excitement — is forged in this latest thrill-picture. The Lively Set. Underneath this apparently frolicsome film, the Chrysler Corporation has inserted a plug for their revolutionary new turbine engine. I had occasion to inspect this new engineering discovery in San Diego last winter, when it was on display at a suburban shopping center and while it was all Greek to me, there was great popular interest manifest. Getting back to the picture, which delighted a large youthful audience at the local theatre last Sunday afternoon, the plot followed the pattern of all the growing list of similar productions. James Darren and Pamela Tiffin head the cast, while Jo annie Sommers, who is making her screen debut, takes care of the singing assignment. And her appearance, I might add, is short of spectacular altho her acting is a mite ahead of her vocal accomplishments. While auto racing ranks low in my list of entertainment choices. 1 found the tri-state endurance race for stock cars, excellently and thrillingly photographed in Death Valley national park, dramatically exciting. The chances that these fearless drivers take in filming these scenes is almost unbelievable. Camera shots taken from a helicopter, covering the progress of the contest, as well as the ground scenes behind and in front of the speeding cars, were as spectacular as anything ever filmed. Summing up, The Lively Set is strictly escapist movie fare but as such, fulfills the bill satisfactorily. The area of the continental shelf adjoining the earth's land masses equals the area of Africa. "Thi PUftiUfft Seeker*" ififl* Sunday ftt th« Algon* Thtltre. "THE PLEASURE SEEKERS"—Ann-Margret, Carol Lynlcy and PAinelia Tiffin star in "The Pleasure Seekers," 20th Century-Fox romantic-drama filmed on location in Spain in CincmaScopc and De Luxe color, opening Sunday at the Algona Theare. They play the parts of American girls living and working in Madrid, where each falls in love with Andre Lawrence, Gardner McKay and Tony Franciosa, respectively. Jean Negulcsco directed. plctcd a tour of duty aboard the Thursday thru Saturday — "Station Six-Sahara" 7:30 only "Secret Invasion" 9:15 only Saturday matinee at 1:30 — "Chartroose Caboose" Plus 6 Color Cartoons Sunday — "Pleasure Seekers" 1:30-3:30-5:30-7:40-9:45 Monday thru Wednesday — "Pleasure Seekers" 7:15-9:20 WIRING Connected or Corrected ] UTT ELECTRIC "JIM UTT" Phone 295-2223 »•••••»•»»•••»••••»•••»« Former Burt girl married to Navy man Burt Judith Kay Abbas, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Abbas, Crosslake, Minn., and Thomas William Rosier, son of the David Reslers, Remer, Minn., were married Feb. 13, at the Bethany Lutheran church at Reiner. Mrs. Barbara Chenevert was matron of honor. Janice Abbas was maid of honor. Edwin Chenevert was best Around Algona by ONIETA DIDRIKSIN Phone 295-2605 Mr and Mrs Jerry Cowan and Baby Jeff drove to Manchester Sunday to spend several days at the parental home. Chas. Simmons Mr and Mrs Jess Riddle of Claremont, Calif., arc expected to arrive in Algona tomorrow and will visit Mrs Sid Spear and at the Bob Richter and Ronald Gardner homes. They have been in southern Minnesota for the past three weeks, having come by train from the West Coast. man, and William Rosier was groomsman. Eugene Steward, Minneapolis, and Robert Ulseth, Reiner, were ushers. Mrs. Martha Sorum, Remer, was organist. A reception was held in the church. The cake was made by the groom's mother and decorated by his sister, and was cut and served by Mrs. Eugene Steward, Minneapolis. Mrs. Richard Erickson, Remer, poured coffee, and Mrs. Mike Smidt, Huron, S. D., poured punch. Mrs. John Rosier, Reiner, was in charge of the gift table and Mary Lou Chener- vet had the guest book. The groom attended school in Remer and also Concordia college in Moorhead, Minn. He is in the navy stationed at San Diego, Calif. He has just com- USS Columbus in the South China Seas. The bride attended school in 3urt and P.B.I, at Minneapolis, she worked at the St. Joseph lospltal at Braincrd, Minn. They arc living at San Diego, Calif. The Abbascs formerly lived in Burt, and arc now operating Llic Beachhead resort at Cross- lake. Judith is the granddaughter of the Walter Stewards and Mrs. Florence Bagby, Burt.. $81 FOR HEART The Heart Fund Drive has been completed in Burt township. Mrs. Art Person chairman and Mrs. Pat Bradley, Mrs. Ralph Hammcrstrom, Mrs. Jim Coady, Mrs. John Kadow, Mrs. W. P. Hawcott and F. L. Ryerson collected $81. KINDERGARTEN MEET The kindergarten round-up for parents of children starting to school next fall, will be held at 7 p.m. March 23 at Burt school. Elementary supervisor Fidelia Kiilsholm and Nurse Joyce Hayden will be present. A child must be 5 before Sept. 15 to enter kindergarten. The G, H. McMullcns were guests Sunday at Jack McMullen's, Northwood. The Burt high school girls basketball team will attend the state tournament at Des Moincs Thursday. Eastern Star Past Matrons club will meet March 11. Hostesses arc Beth Miller and Mary Jane Dugan. Roll call is a baby picture contest. Entertainment is by Ethel Drcmmel and Jessie Miller. Judith, daughter of the Don- aid Mitchells, has been pledged to Delta Zeta sorority at Iowa City. Mr and Mrs Jerry Thuente spent Sunday at Des Moines in attendance at the Pharmacists' Convention. Other Algonians there were Mr and Mrs Richard Thoreson of Druggists Mutual. Mrs Arthur Jackman was to leave this morning by bus for Orange, Tex., where she will spend two weeks with her daughter Phyllis, Mr and Mrs D. J. Ryan and their five children. Traveling via Kansas City to Shreveport and then Lake Char les, she will arrive at Orange late Friday evening. On Monday Mr and Mrs Wcs Bartlett drove to Oskaloosa where Wes spoke that evening at a Kiwanis meeting, then they spent the night with his father Dr. Geo. Bartlett at New Sha ron. Mrs Edward Thaves, former Algonian, has been a patient the Heritage Home in Bancrof 1 since the first of this year. She had lived for some time at the Presbyterian Home in Ackley but when she became unable to get about it was necessary tc transfer to a nursing home anc she is quite content at Bancrof where old Lakota friends am those from Algona can call on her frequently. Mr and Mrs John T. McGuir arrived home Monday evening They left early in February a drove to the West Coast stop ping enroute in Arizona, thei from California flew to Hawai their first visit there. ENDS "STATION SIX - SAHARA" SAT. Plus "SECRET INVASION" ALGONA SUN.ThryWED, MARCH 14 • 17 GIRLS WHEN WANT 70 The J. L. Millers returned Sunday from Runnemede, N. J., visiting the Lawrence Millers. They toured southern states. March 9 Mrs. George Becker and Mrs, Olive Person attended a beauty counselors meeting at Mrs. Al Boekelman's. Mrs. Person is agent for Lone Rock and part of Burt, and Mrs. Becker for the rest of Burt and east of town. The Thomas Reslers were guests March 4-5 at Walter Steward's enroute to California. Mrs. Resler is the former Judy lAbbas, granddaughter of the Walter Stewards and Mrs. Florence Bagby. The Dean Andrews, J. D. Andrews, and Michael Scotts were guests Sunday at Dale Struther's, Doan, Ruth Hodgson returned Saturday after a visit in California with relatives and friends. »••••••••«•••••+»«>••••*•••••••••«•••••••••••••*•• here that the 4-H clubs Were organized. He is survived by his wife and a son who went from Chicago to Florida for the fu- cral on Feb. 27. The service ;as also attended by Mr and firs 13. A. Thorpe of nearby Margate, Fla. Cathy Steele and Bill Bartlett vere home for the weekend rom their respective colleges at ioux City, driving here Friday ncl back on Sunday with a Maon City boy who attends Morn- ngsidc college with Bill. Mr and Mrs Glenn Seger took heir daughter Ann back to Ames Saturday and were ac- lompanicd by Margaret Peter- ion, Ruthvcn, a senior, and Carmen Cook, a sophomore at ISU .vhere Ann is a freshman. All hrec girls had to be present or a hchearsal that afternoon of Iowa State Singers. The mu sical group left Sunday morning n three Greyhound buses for a tour in southwest Iowa singing Mr* Kttherlne Krliifte, who MS Vacationing in MoftfoviSj Calif,, drove back last week to be with her mother, Mrs Andrew Hanseh, who had surgery at Racine, Wis. A sister from Milwaukee flew to the West Coast to accompany Mrs Krause to Wisconsin where she is remaining With her mother fot a time. A burial service for Kennefh Paul Richardson, 18, was held late Friday afternoon at East Lawn cemetery with the deceased's father, Rev. Ray Richardson, reading the committal rites. A. funeral had been held on Tuesday at Waukon and from there the body was taken by the uncle, Robert Richardson, to Cedar Falls where he is employed at Nelson's funeral home, since weather here would not permit burial. Bob drove here Friday expecting to arrive by 2 p.m. but found roads so very bad that it was after four before he got here with the body. Rev. and Mrs. Richardson drove from Waukon and other] relatives gathered at the home of Mrs Roy Richardson were: Mr and Mrs Robert Black, Mrs Bertha Sarchett, Mrs Bertha Spear, and Mrs Mildred Fraser. The Ray Richardsons remained overnight before returning to heir first concert Sunday after-, Waukon where he is pastor at noon at Red Oak. They were to 36 back at Ames Tuesday evening, missing one day of school. There will be a Spencer District Men's Banquet and Rally :omorrow (Friday) evening at Grace church in Spencer. Featured speaker will be Bishop fialph Dodge whose boyhood home is Terrill. A number of local Methodist Men will be in attendance. Ken Bakken of Long Beach recently visited his parents, the Oliver Bakkens, who met him at the airport in Fort Dodge on Feb. 26, as he was enroute home from a convention in Rochester, N. Y. He is still with the Bander-Moss Publishers. Ken had planned to remain here only for the weekend but because of weather did not get away until Wednesday. After several years in Arizona he and his family moved back to Long Beach last year and built a new home not too far from their old one there. Ken's wife is the former Pat Pollard and they have two children. First Baptist church. Kenneth was the oldest of their eight children. Jim Kelly hurt in Emmelsburg crash Jim Kelly, 48 of Algona, was a patient in the Palo Alto County hospital at Emmetsburg early this week for a back injury suffered in a car accident one-half mile east of Emmetsburg Friday night, Kelly, who travels for a drug firm, was going west and came upon a one-way section. He stopped to wait for another car and was hit from the rear by an REA express truck from Garner. His car had about $250 in damage. Burt Mrs. George Hawcott Mr and Mrs Don Smith, Sr got home Friday evening froi Sun'City, Calif., where they ha gone before New Year's. The were guests at the home of Mr Smith's sister and her husbanc the Frank Harrimans who e> pect to come to Algona in June for a reunion of Mrs Harriman's high school class, Don enjoyed* a lot of golf, they attended the;]* Mrs Kathryn Mahoney had two unexpected visitors arrive dur- Jim, son of Mr and Mrs Victor Parsons, enlisted in the Air Force three nveeks ago and is now at Lackland Air Force Base in Texas for six weeks basic training and is in an electronics division. Jim was in college at Morningside for a year and a half prior to his enlistment. Iowa Picnic and saw several for-; mer Algona people, among them Mr and Mrs Bob (Bernice Harrington) Fuller. Mrs N. M. Coughenour drove to Spencer Saturday and brought her mother, Mrs E. E. Davis,. back with her to remain for a few days at the Methodist parsonage, She found roads drifting and icy on the return trip." It has been learned here th«t W. T. 'Bill' Maakstead died on; Feb. 25 at Fort Lauderdale, Fla* following a massive stroke. .Mir* Maakstead was Kossuth County; Agent more than 40 years agtf, and it was during his tenure ing the storm on Tuesday of last week. They were Mrs Anna Blain and her granddaughter, [Josephine Blain, of Gary, S. D., 'who had been on a pleasure trip to Texas and stopped here enroute back. They visited Mrs Blain's brother, Henry Bailey of near Sexton also but had planned to remain only overnight. They stayed, however, till Friday, and then got pnly as far as Jackson, Minn., (80 miles) where they found the road blocked by semi-trailers and were forced to jemain there that night. Mrs iMahoney entertained the visitors and Mr Bailey at dinner on Wednesday. WIN *»R<WUB0 C*tM*ScoP£ — Plus — COLOR CARTOON GOOD NEWS for HOME DECORATORS! REDUCED for a limited time only!, Ready-to-Hang DRAW DRAPER! NOW ONLY 3 33 PAIR 48 x 84 . , . reg. 3.98 4S x 63 .. . rtf. 9.79 Add a refreshing new outlook to the interior decor of your home. Beautifully-tailored draw draperies of rayon/acetate in a great variety of styles and colors. Pinch pleats. Take «dv«nt«g« of this grift v»lu« NOW ... the difference will fee «pf>«rtitl to fVIBYONE but ypgr t SOLID COLORS f WHITE V e PRINTS and FLORALS t SCENICS »nd MODERNS t NATURAL FLAX TONES CHARGE IT 9n4 S4V& few ... S* L The Don Mitchells visited Sunday at L. C. Williams', Welcome, Minn, The Fortnightly club will not meet March 12 but will meetl March 19 with Lefie McMullen. The Richard P,resthuses have a son Scott Richard, born March 1. They have a one year old son Tony. They now live in Mason City. Grandparents are the Ralph Johnstons, Burt, and Harold Presthuses, Bancroft. The Bill Bakers, Algona, are great grandparents. The Lawrence Presthuses, Jerry Kissners and Mrs. Bud Marlow attended the wedding of a cousin March 6 at the Depew Lutheran church near Fenton, Marilyn, daughter of the Fred Jphannsens, Lone Rock, married Jay Nolander. Both teach in Milwaukee, Wis. The postponed World Day of Prayer meeting is Friday at the Burt Methodist church in cooperation with the Presbyterian church. Fellowship night at the Burt Methodist church will be held March 21 with Inez Circle in charge. Five men lived for' a month in 1963 in a shelter 36 feet below the surface of the Red Sea ST. PATRICK'S DAY SMORGASBORD SUNDAY, MARCH 14 ST. CECELIA'S HALL AIGONA, IOWA Serving from 3 p.m. till 7:30 p.m. Ham, Roast Bt*f, Swedish M«« Balls, 6te, Adult j$ 1.50 Children inder 12760 Sponsored by the Catholic Daughters of America ^ Entertainment Every Friday Great sounds — great cocktails — great fun at CHARLIE'S every Friday night. Playing from 9 p.m. until closing time — Barney Olson, Marcia Parrish and Mark Seeley. Bring your wife — your best girl— or stop out after bowling. The place to go is Charlie's— especially Friday nights! CHARLIE'S Supper Club — JUST SOUTH OF ALGONA ON 169 DlCKYc, DAISY CRACKERS AND CONSOLIDATED MILK-UM-UM! YOU SAID A MOUTHFUL SISTER! BASKETBALL CIRCUS / s?--~S^ • The Fabulous tife HARLEM GLOBETROTTERS SHOW Garrigan GYM Sat. March 13 8 P.M. Ticket* AtfvJtf >$2,$9 Students-$1.50 Sponsored by Algona Rotary Club ONE TIME ONLY!
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