Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 22, 1965 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Monday, March 22, 1965
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o H-H*H -H-H-H-H-H-H "+-H~H- Seen at the \LGONA By t, H, C. f HH"H-H-H"H-H-1 I 'I-H- H-l' i Sin lion Six • Sahara is ptiro "corn" bul the situation is absorbing; the acting is extraordinary; the camera work and editing is splendid; the direction (also splendid) supplies a sliblle Undercurrent of tension; and best of all, Bryan Forbes 1 and Brian Clements' screen play offers some fully-rounded characters and faultless dialog. In short, Station Six - Sahara is an excellent film and the sexual attraction of Carol Baker should appeal to Ihose who prefer llicir entertainment to rare instead of raw. Carol is simply breath-taking in her display of physical charm and allure which she shows in almost wild abandon in this picture. There is something about the way the British handle these off-beat, themes that make them less offensive than those which come out of Hollywood. Over half the production is given over to a minute and careful characterization of the five men who arc isolated on the barren outpost in the vast Sahara desert and the individual sequences arc carefully and painstakingly sketched. The poker game, which consumes over ten minutes of the action, is as suspenseful a little drama as one would wish for in any picture. When Carol enters the scene, the suspense has already been built up and one can almost feel the consequences that are bound to result from the entrance of this attractive woman into the lives of the restless and sex- starved men. This is the kind of picture that I can enjoy because it is so well directed and carefully conceived. No complicated plot to follow, nothing but suspense from beginning to end. Strictly adult fare. Commitments given within days — sometimes Hours. You deal with folks you know — who are interested in you. *• Borrow up to 80% *- Terms to 25 Years *• Money Saving Features ^ Rent-size Payments INQUIRE TODAY Home Federal Savings & Loan Assn. WHILE YOU WAIT -KEYS- MADE AT THE ALGONA Coast-to-Coast Store "BRICK is our business" • RESIDENTIAL • COMMERCIAL "General Construction and Plastering" — For Free Estimates Call — 5-3721 Prothman and Sons ALGONA, IOWA Cars buried by snow THE OWNER of this car probably said — "Aw shucks, let 'cr snow" and with good reason. The machine was almost entirely buried by snow in its parking place just east of the new post office along Call street. Other Algona motorists had met similar sights on Thursdny and Friday mornings as they dug out from the worst blizzard in 30 years. 2—ALGONA (Iowa) ADVANCE MONDAY, MARCH 11, 1965 "Strange Bedfellows" opening at the Algona Theatre Sunday. Burt Mrs. George Hawcott Re-establishing his marriage with Gina Lollobrigida which lasted only a short time seven years before is one of the problems Rock Hudson faces in the zany Universal comedy in Technicolor, "Strange Bedfellows." —Thursday thru Saturday "T.A.M.l. SHOW" 7:15-9:15 Saturday matinee at 1:30 —Sunday "Strange Bedfellows" 1:30-3:35-5:40-7:45-9:45 —Monday thru Wednesday "Strange Bedfellows" 7:25-9:30 AWARD — For the second time within two years Glen Davis of Maquokota has been awarded the national sweepstakes trophy by the national New Zealand rabbit breeders' organization. Since 1934 when Davis started raising and showing the animals he has won some 60 trophies and more than 3,000 George Becker attended the lumbermen's convention in Des Moines representing the Ashton Wholesale Service. Junior Girl Scouts made shamrock tray favors for the three rest homes. Band Mothers club meeting has been postponed until April. Word has been received that Albert Volentine is a patient at St. Joseph's hospital in Burbank, Calif., following surgery March 13. He spends the winter months at his son Glenn's at Pacoima, Calif. The postponed Legion Auxiliary sewing meeting was held March 16 at Thecla Christensen's. The regular business meeting was held at the sewing meeting. A $1 donation was given to the Easter Seals drive and $3 was sent to the National Legislative Commission is Washington, D. C. for the legislative bulletin. The Golden Mike bal- LOCALS Annum All Account; Fully Insured to $10,000 Save From the Tenth — Earn From The First SINCE 1917 — ALGONA, IOWA ENDS WEDNESDAY •••••••••••••••••••• THURS, thru SAT. 'HOW TO MURDER YOUR WIFE" MARCH 25-27 ALGONA IT'S THll GREATEST, OROOVIBST. WILDEST, MOST •XCITINO MAT •LAST EVER TO POUND THE SCREBNI 8TARRIN3 THE BEACH BOYS CHUCK BERRY , MME5 BROWN 4THE FUMES THE BARBARIANS MARVIN iAYE IWWMQ THE PACEMAKERS UIUY«08E*MN AND DEAN •ILLY J. KRAMER i THE DAKOTA? SMOKEY ROBINSON AND THE MIRACLES THE IUPREMES THE HOUJNfl STONES SC8EEN £NTtlT*INMEMT CO 'sent un to headquar* ters. The Howard Salisburys were guests March 21 at Milton Salisbury's, Forest City, for the son Brian's birthday. Guests March 14 at Fred Hilton's were the James Opoiens, Ruthven. They taught school together at Ayrshire several years ago. The M.Y.F, pancake supper will be March 23, 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. at Burt Methodist church, The Thomas Kissners have a 7 Ib. 5 oz. daughter born March 19 at St. Ann hospital. Grandparents are the P. J. McGuires, Burt, and John Kissners, St. Benedict. Boys basketball team had: planned to go to Des Moines Thursday to the state tourna T ment but the trip was cancelled by the blizzard. The organizational circle meetings scheduled for March 19 at the Burt Methodist church have been postponed a week. Fortnightly Club will meet March 26 at Lefie McMullen's. The F.T.A. meeting has been postponed indefinitely. The K. J. Smiths Sr. left Mar. 13 for a visit in St. Louis, Mo,, at their son K. J. Smith's Jr., who came by plane and drove Hazel Circle March 23 at Mary Jean Andrews'; Mildred Circle March 23 at Leona Lovstad's. Mrs, Walter - Campney took the 0. A. Campneys to Roland, March 15 for two days with Mrs. Alta Froh while she attended a training school at Ames. The Burt Kindergarten Roundup originally scheduled for March 23 has been re-scheduled for Thursday, March 25. This meeting will be held in the school building at 7:30 p.m. Fidelis Class will meet March 24 with hostesses Stella Geesman and Harriett Black. The program is by Lefie McMullen. Lions plan a variety show at Swea City Swea City — The Swea City Lions club will sponsor its second annual Variety Show April 2 at the Swea City school. Competition is open to all amateur entertainers, any type of singing, dancing, musicals, instrumental, acts, skits are invited to enter. Prizes of $25, $15 and $10 will be awarded. Contestants last year came from Mason City, Forest City, Fairmont and many other nearby towns. Anyone wishing to enter should contact R. Thomas Barnes, Lions Club president. En tries must be made on an official entry blank and mailed no later than midnight March 25. Lt, Don Grant of th« marines and his wife, who have beert in San Clemente, Calif., are here and have taken an apartment. Lt. Grant will return soon to Camp Pendleton for a course in law, after which he will be sent in a few months to Okinawa. Mrs Grant is the daughter of the Bkigene Minards, and a sister-in- law of Mrs Wm. Grant, the former Sharon Burtis, daughter of the Glen Burtises, Algona. Wm. Grant is also in service, stationed at Okinawa. The Clyde Ridenour family stopped here Tuesday to visit her mother, Mrs. W. J. Payne, enroute to Kingsley to attend the funeral of Mr. Ridenour's father. The elder E. E. Ridenour died Monday at a Sioux City hospital at 82 years old. Mr. Ridenour was wrestling coach and teacher here from 1936 to 1943. He went to Rochester, Minn., from here and was teaching there since. Mrs. Ridenour is the former Alice Payne. Mrs. Lee (Eleanor) Seeberger, Mason City, spent several days last week with her mother, Mrs. W. J. Payne. Swea Dity coach to Williamsburg Swea City — Don Butterbaugh, ' high school football coach for four years, will be head football coach at the Williamsburg school next year. Williamsburg is in the South Iowa ledar Conference and has about 400 in high school. Butterbaugh eaves Swea City with a record of 26 wins, 5 losses and one tie for the four years. LOCKBUSTER SPECIAL 1965 23-INCH IOWBOY TV WITH TRADF. * t \ o M A ' i M C l 7 t NT PKlNTFD CIRCUITS Mason City to will tour the for them from St. Louis. They southern states. Postponed circle meetings of Burt WSCS will be held: Inez Circle March 24 at the church; 4-H club news VIIIIIIIIIIIII I IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIKIIIIIIIilll illlllllllllllillllllllD ALGONA PACEMAKERS The new Algona tooy's 4-H club met March 13 at Dr. Harris's with Neal O'Brien host. They decided the name of the club will be Algona Pacemakers. The next meeting will be April 17 and monthly dues will be 20c a month. NATIONAL COMMITTEE Chicago — M. J. Mowers, executive vice president and secretary, Algona has been appointee to the United States Savings anc Loan League's 1965 Management Committee, The committee studies methods which will improve management procedures and association operating routines. Services FOR RENT — Electric Sham- pooer for $1 with purchase of LUSTRE FOAM RUG SHAMPOO. Guaranteed Best Buy. Read's Furniture, Algona. 19w49tftfn MR. FARMER. MINIMUM TILLAGE NOW! If you have a late model 4 row JD or IHC planter, here is a Dakota Iron Minimum Tillage Planter Harrow to mount on it. Only • adds 28" in length. Reduce planting time and costs; conserve moisture; control weeds; get fast germination and big yields. ERNIE WILLIAMS JOHN DEERE East of Algona on Highway 18 16 18 20 22 24 26 DRY CLEANING VALUE!! Long Coats '1.39 (Regularly to $1.75) Pants 69c EXTRA MMMMMMMMMM Cash and Carry Value! NOW THRU MARCH 27 — Only at Marshall and Swift's, Algona Office, will you receive this value! ONLY PLAIN DRESSES 1.29 (Up to $1.75 Value) — No Pickup and Delivery On This Special — AMMMMMMMMM ALGONA CLEANERS & LAUNDERERS j Vy Marskall&Swift, i i i "Algona's Quality Dry Cleaners" For Free Pickup & Delivery -DIAL 5-3260- Feeding Problem? ASK YOUR DEALER ABOUT MAYHELD LABORATORIES MEDICATED ADDITIVES SEE THESE DEALERS IN THIS AREA,,, X Co-op Elevator Burt, Iowa Farmer; Co-op Elevator Bpde, Iowa Farmer* Co-op Elevator Buffalo Center, Iowa Farmers Co-op Elevator Lone Rock, Iowa Farmers Co-op Elevator Woden, Iowa Whittemore Feed*, Hardy Co-op Elevator Hardy, Iowa Klein Farm Supply lew* MalUrd Product Mallard, Iowa Quflity Fftil Humpoldt, Iowa RoWn*pn Product Wt*ley, )9wi low* does so much... so many limes each day! Nothing you buy each month does more to bring you pleasure,,, to do away with drudgery,,, to bring tetter living.,, thin low-cost llwtficity-the magic servant on the job 24 hoyri i day, Dozens of times a day electricity lights your way, brighten? ygur day, lightens your work. Low-cost electricity is a bargain-in better living! " Algona Municipal Utilities

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