Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 8, 1965 · Page 17
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 8, 1965
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•fHMHHHMHHMMM Seen at the ALGONA By T, M, C. + H I I'H'H I I I li II I I I | |..H After sitting thru Dear Brigette,. and trying .to make up my mind whether this was a children's or an adult picture, 1 was unable to arrive at a decision and:frankly, 1 found the film insufferably boring. There were moments, of course, that were slightly amusing but these were followed by long minutes of dull dialog and unfunny situations. James Steward could scarcely make an uninspired portrayal and he tried hard with a monotonous script. The main action centered around a precious youth played by Billy Mumy who turned out to be a mathematical genius, much to the disgust of his father who was a poet and a profes- §w In ft western university. Eventually, the youngster becomes involved in a horse racing, betting, organization, whicn being illegal, gets tne family into difficulty with the law. To top it all off, besides being mathematical genius, young Mumy is a B.B. fan and finals convinces his reluctant father to take him to Paris to see the famed sex-pot. Even Brigette was a disappointment—as far as 1 was concerned. But the boy feels that his life's ambition has been achieved and goes back to resume his activities as a central figure in picking the winners in horse racing. Mommy, played by Glynis Johns, adds little to the picture and I could think of a dozen actresses that could have given the part a more convincing touch. As I said in the beginning, the film was made mostly for grown ups—see how they run—away I'll- settle for Goldtinger, which while highly improoable, has action, suspense and some good looking dolls. Four get A's straight at Sentral high -^- Four .high school tudents anH~~bne~ J * i junio7 higfi student earned straight A averages during the third nine weeks at Sentral school of Fenton. They are Dennis Dahl and David Frink, seniors; Gary Rath, sophomore; Mary Ellen Ditsworth, freshman; and Linda Ul- lensvahg, eighth grade. Twenty-seven students were named to the B-plus honor roll. They are seniors Marilyn Alt, Mark Berkland, David Eldridge, Becky Hantelman, Jim Hartman, Lynn Menke, Elaine Schlei, Nancy Walker, and Bonnie Wehr- span; juniors Janelle Bailey, Phyllis Cherland, Janet Hammerstrom, John Luedtke, and Jim Weiner; sophomores Kathryn Bierstedt, Mary Lou Larson, 'THE MOST WONDROUS WONDER EVER TO EXCITE & DELIGHT CHILDREN OF ALL AGES! ALGONA SATURDAY - SUNDAY — MATINEES APRIL 10 • 11 ONLY — 1:00 • 3:00 A CAST OF REAL LIVE ANIMALS Do THE MOST AMAZING THINGS! a cat who runs a railroad t a dog who takes pictures! , a frog who rides motorbikes!.... a bunny who shoots pool! a duck who flies a balloon! a monkey who builds missiles!... and more, MORE, MORE! JOSEPH E.LEV1NE presents Shown at j 1:00 and 3:00 IN COLOR An Embassy Pictures Release filU Luedtke, Maty Mienke, J*' fleile Newbrough, Steven Petef; sen, Ervin Root, Richard Shaw, Cafidace Vaudt, and Chctyl Weisbfod; and freshmen Marliti Berktand, Gene Hartman and Robert KraUse. Thirteen junior high student* maintained a B-plus average dtif« ihg the nine weeks. They fife eighth graders Theresa Kelt? nedy, David Marlow, Carl Piiebev Steven Schlei, and Paula Wie? her; and seveth graders Jerome ley, Keven brace, Kathleefl Jensen, Lynnette Johnson, Peg* gy Kauflman, Diane Luedtke, Linda bunde, and Mark Voigt, There were also lour students, earning a straight B average: Larry Geitzenauer and Dennis Gross, seniors; Linn Laage, junior; and Bruce Gcrhart, seventh grade. : SEEK USED CLOTHES Aid of St. Luke's Lutheran church, Fairville, made plans Thursday afternoon tor partici' pating in the World Relief Clothing Drive this year. Articles to be donated should be left at the church before April 18. The Lutheran Women's Missionary League topic was giver by Mrs. Harlan Elmers. April 2J was set for the spring cleaning of the church. Mrs. Kennett lohnson, president, announced he Spring Rally at Lotts Creek April 30. The resignation :ot ATS. Omar Lenning from the jWML was accepted. Hostessei were Mrs. Norman Bellinger am Mrs. Delond Bolte. There was one guest, Mrs. Monte Hiatt. TO ELECT OFFICERS A report from the nominating committee was made at the WSCS meeting Friday at the Fenton Methodist church. New officers will be made public and installed at the May meeting, a 1 p.m. luncheon at the church May 6. The Easter lesson was by Mrs. Arlo Ranney assisted by Mrs. Jessie Newel and Mrs. Charles Newel. Mrs. Russell Eldridge gave a report on & district meeting in Spirit Lake. Members turned in their World Banks to which they have been . school, she Fenton girl selected to go to girls state Fenton — Kathryn Ditsworth, 16, daughter of the Clayton Dits- worths, of Fenton, has been selected by Ranney Wcisbrod Legion Auxiliary of Fenton to be delegate to Mawkeyc Girls State at Cedar Falls, June 13-19. at Sentral high is active in band, chorus, girls' glee club, anu pscech. She is also on the annual staff. She is a member of the Fen- .on Methodist church, sings in ;hc choir and is president-elect of the Methodist Youth Fellowship. She is an assistant Sunday school teacher and Sunday school pianist. The alternate delegate is Rennae Votteler, 16, daughter of the Ervin Vottclers, rural Bancroft. Rcnnae is also a junior at Sentral and i.s active in band, instrumental small groups, mixed chorus, girls' glee club, vocal small groups and speech. She is assistant business manager of the high school annual and is a member of the Future Teachers of America. A member of St. John's Lutheran church in Fenton, Rennae teaches a Sunday school class and is Sunday school pianist. •She is also secretary and pianist for the church's Walther League. Tuesday guests of Mrs. Fred Greinert for Christy's ninth birthday were Mrs. Stanley Berkland and Tania and Mrs. Mervin Jentz and children. Guests of Mrs. Mervin Jentz Thursday for Mrs. Albert Speth's birthday were the Robert Speths, Windom, Mrs. Eugene LaMaack, Windom, the Edward Farrells, Algona, Mrs. Richard Countryman and Dennis, Lakota, Mrs. Eli Gerber and pftfehts flfe the Ray FrlebeS and Fred Schmidts, Lone Rock. The baby is fiamed Ricky Allen and weighed 7 Ibs. 10 oz. Mrs. Anna Meyer, Elsie Meyer, and Eldon Meyer, Ottoscn, were callers at Mrs. Alex Radig's Sunday. The Kenneth Halversons spent the weekend in Minneapolis at the Sports and Vacation show and the Ice Follies. The Albert Mitchells had as Sunday guests the Harvey Buen gers, West Bend, Robert Places, Armstrong, and Morris Mitchells and Duane Moling, Cylinder. The Delond Boltes and Mrs. Fred Mortenson visited Friday with Mrs. Wilbur Tancratz, an aunt of Mrs. Bolte, a patient at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester. The Gayle Meyers, Whitte more, visited Sunday at William Bruhn's. The J. A. Schwartzes anc Edith Laage spent Sunday witl the Karl Schwartzes, Rockwel City. Hurt Mf». Hawtott O.E.S. Past Matron's club met Thursday with hostesses Trella Patterson, Millie Klamp and Jcs- ile Miller. The program was tfabellitie Lovstad, Lillian Fredrickson and Lorraine Campney. The Dean Andrews, J. L». Andrews, and Michael bcott, were guests Sunday at Dale Struth- crs', Doan. The Dick Fursts who are attending college at Cedar Falls spent Sunday at the parenta rred Habegcr's. The Meivm Ricks, Titonka visited Sunday with Mrs. Myrtle Zwietel. The Arlc Dittmers and Mrs Ed Larson spent April 3-4 in Minneapolis visiting the Jack Thompsons. They attended th Ice Follies and Cinerama. Com ALOONA (fs*i) AbVANCl-J THURSDAY, APRIL 1,1H5 fig home Sunday they dfove ift .vater and also had to detouf because of high water. Senna Tieman, mother of Jack Tieman, Fenton, and a patient at Wilfair Rest Haven for some ime, was taken to bt. Ann hospital Friday. Guests bunday at the Donald Tietz's home were the HUdy Tietzes, Wayne Tietz and Gene Tietz. Uuane Willrctt, Owatonna, was home over the wcesend. Aid met at St. John's Luther" an church. Hostesses were uiel- la bchaclenclorl, Ann Keimers, Barbara HannKuK. Market basket was by Viola Cunningham and Ella Meyer. A Lenten cotfee was held April 7. The LWML Spring rally will be held at Lotts Creek April 30. Sunday school teachers attended a teachers institute at Our Saviour's Lutheran church in Swea City April 4. How to control giant foxtail in corn all season without carryover problems. Baago, Mrs. W. R. Wolfe, and Mrs. Florence Saxton. GOES TO CALIFORNIA It'* • wondrous ttory of th«M "llttl* folks" who really think thty ir« ptoplcl PLUS: Color Cartoons "3 Stooge Comedy All Seals 50c Academy Award winner on 'best sound STARTS THURSDAY APRIL 8 FOR ONE WEEK... ALGONA CONTINUOUS SUNDAY FROM 4:40 P.M. MIXING BUSINESS AND OIRLSI JAMES MIXING THRILL* AND OIRLSI BACK ACTION! giving a penny a day for the'Mrs. Katie Alt, West Bend, the past year. Proceeds of $100.16 Fred Greinerts, Mrs. Stanley are to be used for missionary! Berkland and Tania, and Larry work. Hostesses were Mrs. Hans Alt. Judy Eigler and Karen Me- Connel, Marshalltown, spent the weekend at Paul Eigler's. Sunday guest was Mrs. Retta Calvin Menz, son of the Wil- Eigler. lard Menzes, has been home on : The Vic Dreyers moved into three weeks leave from the Air the apartment behind Priebe's orce. He is being transferred istore last week. They formerly rom Biloxi, Miss., to McClellan lived on a farm near Lone Rock. kir Base in California, where |; The Kenneth Schmidts, Esie will be,working with radar,',therville', have a boyjaorn April Jalvin left Tuesday'to report'to 2 in the hospital'there*. *Grand- flcClellan. Guests of the Wil-1 ard Menzes during his stay were the Bennie Berklands, Rev. lex Spicers Tuesday evening; he Harvey Henriksens and Joyd Kerns, Saturday; and the Frank McFalls, Roy Chrischilles- es, Marold Schleis and Clarence Aenzes Sunday. GROUP TO FESTIVAL .Sentral high school will have 48 entries in the state solo and ensemble music contest this weekend at Armstrong. There will be nine small groups and eleven soloists in the vocal division, and the instrumental department plans to send 16 ensembles and 12 soloists to the competition. A small groups music program was given March 29 at Sentral. Many of the contestants who are to enter the state contest gave selections. SEEK GOODWILL DONATIONS Saturday the Boy Scouts in Troop 90, Fenton, will distribute "Good Turn Day Bags" to homes in Fenton under leadership of Scoutmaster Donald Priebe. Contributions collected go to Goodwill Industries. The filled bags or extra boxes are to be placed on the front steps of homes April 17, for the Scouts to collect. Items wanted include usable or repairable clothing for all ages, bedding, shoes, household articles, toys, and small electrical appliances. One spray of Atrazine 80W gives you effective control of giant fox-: tail for the entire season. . Just broadcast Atrazine right after the first flush of foxtail has emerged and follow with a rotary hoeing or shallow cultivation. Full season control with Atrazine prevents foxtail from germinating late in the season and producing seeds that will make your foxtail problem even worse next year. Avoiding a carryover problem is easy. Just be sure you apply Atrazine at the rate recommended for your particular soil type and do not exceed 3 3 A Ibs. of Atrazine 80W per acre broadcast, or 1 'A Ibs. per acre in a 12-14 inch band. You'll stop giant foxtail and in,crease your yields. : Ask your local dealer for Atrazine •80W herbicide. Geigy Agricultural Chemicals, Division of Geigy Chemical Corporation, Ardsley, New York. Geigy CREATORS OF CIIIMICAIS FOR MODtRN ACRICULIUR^^ Atrazme Her'65 Ford rides quieter.... than her Rolls-Royce ,qgipp«d with " MIXINO QANOBR AND OIM*I HONOR BLACKMAN^mi OTeuoLDMUT - , . Iff Tlif "Hirttl* »f thf Hft <?ir f « «nd it it t¥tr tetferi fttn m wy DATE CHOIRS PROGRAM Junior and Senior choirs of t. John's Lutheran church, Depew, will give a program of pecial Easter music, Easter Story in Song, at the regular .0:30 Sunday morning service >alm Sunday. The program will nclude audience participation and choral readings. PACK FROM FLORIDA The Martin Hantelmans returned Friday after the winter m Clegrwater, Fla. They left Fenton Dec. 15 in their trailer, and arrived in Clearwater after staying in Hot Springs, Ark., for two weeks. Jn Florida they vis- jted the Ed Priebes, who have not yet returned. The Qeorge 0. Jorgensons and Donald Jorgensons, Algona, and G. M. Jorgensons Sr. went to Minneapolis Sunday to the Jce Follies. Sunday guests of the Charles Feyes were the Pr. Bob Danielsons, Ames, Dr. John Waites, Dr. Jerald Waites and Mrs. .Waite. . . . Tests proved it*. Maybe you find this hard to believe, If so, your Ford Dealer has a suggestion: Look Ford over. Try it, Compare it, You won't find Ford offering Rolls-Royce's rare luxuries, But you will find it has an uncommonly quiet ride. And quiet means quality. Test-drive Ford, you'll discover it offers features, conveniences, models unmatched in the popular-priced field ,,, New Quality • 100% new body— strongest ever on a Ford. Frame tunes out irritating road vibration • New suspension puts a big ultrasoft coil spring at each wheel New Luxury LTD's • Decorator interiors, thick nylon wall-to-wall carpeting • Walnuttike vinyl inserts on doors and instrument panel • Rear- seat center arm rests, five ash trays (4-door hardtops) New Power • Big, new 289-cu. in. V-8 standard in XL's and LTD's • New BIG SIX—biggest Six in any car, std. on other Galaxie and Custom models Visit your Ford Dealer and take a test drive soon! * Leading acoustical consultants conducted tests in which 1965 Fords (Galaxie 500 Sedan, XL and LTD Hardtops) with 289-cu. in. V-8 engines and automatic transmissions rode quieter than a new Rolls-Royce. Tests were certified by the U.S. Auto Club. Test Drive Total Performance '65 Best year yet to go Ford! FORD 1965 Ford Gulasie 500/XL 2-Door Hardtop TAYLOR MOTOR CO. 3?Q iAST STATE STRUT ALGONA

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