Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 1, 1965 · Page 15
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 15

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 1, 1965
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Seen at the ALGONA §y T, M. C. HHIHMH 1 saw Mow to Murder You* Wife iti Minneapolis last week, where it has been tunning at the Downtown World theatre for over a month. When 1 arrived home, 1 found that local re* sponse to the picture was quite favorable. ;Part of the Time review expresses my feelings so perfectly that t will quote the opening paragraphs: "How To Murder Your Wife is a nimble comedy that does* n't make much sense because it makes nonsense, most of it screechingly funny and played by the knockabouts who know that slapstick was invented for keeping an idea aloft, not for beating it into the ground. Jack Lemmon, too often compelled to flail around in Boudoirs as the All American let- cher, demonstrates that he can wipe the leer off his face and make homicidal impulses more hilarious than hard breathing." . This is another one of those comedies that deal with serious problems in a light, humorous manner and by skillful direction and well paced gags, puts the thing over. Terry-Thomas, never a favorite of mine, gets the pic ture off to a fast start and the action never wavers throughout the entire production. HOW to Murder Your Wife is lavishly staged and not the least attractive feature is the initial appearance of Italian Actress Li si, an import whose dramatic Eu ropean films before Hollywood discovered her smartly turned sense of humor. She is devastating to behold as a centerpiece, though she somehow makes hard-sell sex seem at least as classy as caviar. She reminds me of Marilyn Monroe whose place as a sex-goddess, she may eventually fill. And fill it quite abun dantly. '176 given for Heart fund at Lone Rock tent Rock — Angus Cotton re ports $176 collected for the Heart Fund Drive for Fenton township with Mrs. Harriet Bellinger in charge. Her helpers were Mrs. Jack Gerhard! Mrs. Arlo Ranney, Mrs. Rober Marlow, Mrs. Gerald Radig Mrs. Ervin Luedtke, Mrs. Pau Voigt, Mrs. Kenneth Bollinge and Willis Bellinger. Mrs. Den nis Priebe was in charge o Lone Rock. Her helpers wer Mrs. Jim Long, Mrs. Roge Long, Mrs. Larry Ramus, Mrs Gene Harson and Mrs. Fran' Flaig. Mrs. Priebe turned in $61 Because of bad weather if any one would like to contribute t the heart fund it could be turned in at the bank. LIVELY ROCKETS MEET Lively Rockets met March 13 with Jo Ann Binzen. New member is Jean Anne Bollig. Both leaders were present with Mrs. Amey Cherland as the guest mother. A discussion was held on Washington and Minneapolis trips for the older girls. Talks were given by Pat Lynch, Linda Doocy, Phyllis Cherland and Pamela Thompson. A demonstration was given by Jo Ann Binzen. Jo Ann Binzen showed her personality book and gave a tour of her bedroom. Mrs. Cherland gave pointers on embroidering. The Rev. Fred C. Preuls, Fenton, Wm. Christenson and Mike Lee were Sunday guests of the A. A. Kruegers. Mrs. A. A. Krueger and Kei> mit went to Minneapolis Tuesday. Kertnit returned to St. Piui Bible college after a week Spring break. Mrs. Krucger went to Belgrade to visit Friday at her sister's, the Ronald Chris* teftsofiS. Friday Mrs. Christefc son and Mrs. Krueger went to the cities and spent the day with Jane Christenson and Kermit Krueger, Dawn Schultz returned with Mrs, Krueger Friday for the weekend with her gf attdpar* ents, the Frederick Schultzes. The E. A. Lees and Ronald Richardsons, Lakota, went to Des Moines last weekend to the sports show, Ronald Behrends and friend Cynthia Schuknecht spent the weekend at Richard Behrends 1 . U.P.W, will meet April 1 at le church with Mrs. Fortney in charge of devotions and Mrs. Leroy Bras in charge of the pro- ram. Hostesses will be Mrs. )ave Weber, Mrs. Merwin Marow, Mrs. Lawrence Rath and Irs. Adella Thompson. There will be a "Pops" con- ert Friday night at the Sentral chool beginning at 7:30. The John Sones, Sioux Rap- ds, and Alfred Schultzes, Otto- en, visited the women's moth- r, Mrs. Maude Blanchard, Sun- lay. Mrs. Clarence Kraft had guests Saturday evening for Mrs. Rog- r Jensen's birthday. Guests in- luded Mrs. A. A. Krueger, Mrs. Hilton Madison, Mrs. Kenneth ackson, Mrs. Erick Seegebarth, firs. Curt Olson, Mrs. Dennis 'riebe and Mrs. Harlan Blanch ard. The evening was spent laying parlor games. The George Longs, Bettendorf, risited Friday to Sunday at their daughter,•;;the Jerry Wibbens, nd with his mother, Mrs. Ruth Krueger. \ fleeting of Area Churches at Calvary Baptist Church, Belmond, Iowa. Registration at 1:30 .m. 7:30 p.m. — Here — Visita- iott. Food For Thought: Darkness annot put out the lamp; it can nly make it shine the brighter. Congregational Rev. Frank Itarccy Algona Thursday, April 1 0 a.m. —- Bible Study. 1:30 p.m. — The Women's 'ellowship Circle Meetings: Circle 1 and 111 meet at Dorothy Zeigler's and Circle II at Bess LaBarre's. 4 p.m. — Junior Choir. 7 p.m. — Senior Choir. 7 p.m. — Board of Directors. 8 p.m. — Evening Circle will meet at the home of Peg Naylor. Saturday, April 3 9 a.m. — First Year Confirmation Class. 10:30 a.m. — Second Year Confirmation Class. Sunday, April 4 9:45 a.m. — Church School. 11 a.m. — Divine Worship Sermon Topic: "To Serve." Church notes Regular Baptist Rev. Arthur Hicks Algon** Thursday, April 1 8 p.m. — Mid-week Worship Lesson Topic — "The Beautifu Veil." Business meeting to fol low. Sunday, April 4 9:30 a.m. — Sunday School Classes from Nursery to Adults 10:45 a.m.— Worship Serv ice. The first of a series of pre Easter Messages will be given Topic — "The Joy of Forgive ness." 7 p.m. — Educational Hour — Youth Training and Adult Bibl Study. 8 p.m, — Evening Worship. A communion Message will be giv en, followed by the Communioi Service. Tuesday, April 6 Women's State Missionar ALOONA (low*) ADVANCt-3 THURSDAY, APRIL 1, IMS II a.m. — Niursery for smiil children during the Worship Service. 5 p.m. — Youth Fellowship, Monday, April S 7 p.m. " Cub Scouts. Tuesday, April 6 4 p.m. — Girl Scouts. , Zion Lutheran Church Rev. R, T. Mueller LuVerne Sunday School and Bible Class 9:00. Holy Communion service at 10:00. Sunday School Teachers Association Meeting at Swea City on Sunday at 1:30. Circuit Pastors' Conference at Lotts Creek on Monday at 10:30. Walther League Board meeting at Whittemore on Monday at 7:30. Church Boards and Council meetings on Monday at 7:30. Ladies Aid Bus Trip to Perry and Woodward on Tuesday at 8:00 a.m. Evening Lenten services on Wednesdays at 7:30, followed by Adult Choir Practice. Church School on Fridays from 5:00 to 7:00, Come and worship with us! music Your Constant Compani News, watts A and weather ALGONA, IOWA YUL BRYNNER — "INVITATION TO A GUNFIGHTER" PLUS WILLIAM HOLDEN — "THE 7TH DAWN" SUNDAY Thru WEDNESDAY, April 4-7 ALGONA ....This Theatre will nolaccept/ responsibilihj for "side-aches" "laughing cramps"or other tqpes of deleriums from vyafcbino, this movie... but its fun for the whole family! . ..Th 3. Manager PfRMASTAMP Never neeys an ink pad! Fast. Ea5)f. Efficient. Can be custom ordered It meet any size, shape or message requirement. PERMA-STAMP will reproduce colors, fine lines, small type faces, logotypes — even photo? «• in tru«, accurate detail. COUNTY JAME STEWART . . CONNING MCN end CUNNING CUT/CS .V (HYNrt JOHN* CINOYCAROt BIUY MUMY IDWYNN , OACK KtyJSCMCN FAilAN COLOR! PtUS COLOR CARTOON Circle-Stitch BRA • Shape-Insured Cup Features and fit you expect to find in much more expensive bras. White. 32-40, ABC. EASTER PT- l\/> £';;;. Lacy SLIPS Naturflex GIRDLE • Two Luxurious Fabrics Acele acetate tricot or nylon tricot in white. Lace at top and hem. 32 to 40, • Firm Power-Net Control Nylon center panel, elastic waist. White. Sizes S, M, L. PANTY GIRDLE..S,M,L....$1.98 IWK' D Stretch GLOVES • Button-trimmed Shorties Washable, lightweaveTeteron in fclack, white or fashionable beige. One size fits all. SEAMLESS NYLONS • Lacy 15-Dmnitr Microfilm • Speciaf Run-Guard Features Delicately sheer and clear, yet knit for plenty of service! Coordinated lengths for perfect fit. Fashionable colorsand white. 8& to 11. • Dressy and Casual * Leather-Like Vinyls Come take your pick of fashion's new favorites in grained or shiny smooth plastics! Spring colors! plus tax LITTLE WHIMSIES Dot, bow trimmed *1 f\ veils. Many iolors. *X«w j SILK SCARFS Prints, solids. Asstd. CQ colors and designs. 3*7 HATS N' BAGS 79 ,., • plus f.e.i. » For Her Best Outfit Straw hats, plastic bags for tiny tots and their sisters from 3 to 10 years. If '. r Jr. Miss HANDBAGS • For School or Date-time! Top zip or tote styles in Se- grane vinyl and marshmallow or jubilee plastic vinyl. Women's BELTS fc up • Assorted Colors Hemp; plastic tab and gilt buckle, or slim tubular tie style in marshmallow vinyl. »*••••••••-*. •tlt«t*«**t* Girls 9 STRAP PUMPS • flack Pattina Shiny leather wipes clean in a jiffy! All faille lined; composition sole. In sizes 3-8. SADDLE OXFORD « Girls' Sites 4 to 7 Washable brown and white, elk, drill and leather lining; sturdy rubber soles. A , 1 I A wonderful assortment, heaped with jelly-bird eggs, marshmallow animals, chocolate novelties. TOYS, too! LAY - AWAY AN EASTER BASKET Now While The Selections Is Complete. 25c Down Will Hold Your Baskets. WE MAKE UP OUR OWN EASTER BASKETS IN OUR STORE. BOMGAARS BEN FRANKLIN LOCAUY OWNED BY GERAIP, BOB, SHgRRI and VI BOMGAARS

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