Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 15, 1965 · Page 14
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 14

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 15, 1965
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•m * iittiow turn AT HOME! Just call — and we'll gladly bring samples Of carpet right to your home! It's so much easier to choose your carpet right In the room where it's going to be used. Day or evening appointments at your convenience. No obligation, naturally. -Call 5-2216- FURNITURE CARPETING Algona, Iowa I-ALOONA (lew.) ADVANCt THURSDAY, APRIL IS, 1965 I' l"l ' Seen at the ALGONA By T. H. C. •fHH'M't I H I I I I I IIH I I I Goldfinger follows the pattern of its two successful predecessors, Doctor No and From Russia With Love, and maintains a lively interest in what is probably one of the most unusual series of pictures to come out of Hollywood for a long time. The situations remind me of the old dime-novel days, the days of The Liberty Boys of '76 and Nick Carter, in which the heroes fought unbelievable odds and always, yes, ALWAYS, came out victorious. You were more interested in trying to figure out how this result could possibly come about but it did — always. In this James Bond scries the odds arc fantastic but the goal is also fantastic. In Goldfinger, the object is no less than l*ort •Knox, believe it or not. The Midas minded Goldfinger actually plans to capture the gold supply of this famous arsenal and his plans and preparations are minute and down to the last detail. The automobile in which James Bond (Sean Connery) rides is equipped with almost everything human ingenuity and cunning can contrive — bulletproof windows, radioscope which tracks a bugged auto 240 miles away, bladed hubcaps, buttons that ditches an obstreperous passenger — name it and that car CARRY'S A&W DRIVE-IN —IN ALGONA— Opens Friday, April 23 -FOR THE SEASON— has it. Introduced along the way, arc the gorgeous gals which are a part of this scries—In this one, a blond painted with a coat of gold paint which accounts for her death. You glimpse her for only one brief shot but she figures prominently in the advertising blurbs on posters and newspaper cuts. Ooldfingcr doesn't let you down if that is the sort of entertainment you're looking for in the movies; It lives up to its promises of thrilling, improbable, lavish, production. Manager Langfltt wouldn't book it for almost a week if he wasn't sure It would be a sure-fire film. Ex-Wesleyan dies at 58 at Iowa City Wesley — Mrs. Jack Grant, 58, Britt, died Sunday in an Iowa City hospital where she had been several days following three weeks hospitalization at Britt. She was Alberta Neuroth, daughter of the late Albert Neuroths, Wesley. She is survived by her husband, an adopted son Pat, four grandchildren and 3 brothers: Urban, Wesley, Ed, Louisiana, and Zeno, Greene, and 2 sisters: Mrs. Loretta Koe?el, Marshalltown, and Mrs. ;imogpnc) Nate Stuclcr, Wesley. Mrs, Grant was born April 21, 1907 at Haverhill. Funeral services were held Wednesday morning at 10 o'clock at St. Patrick's Catholic church, Britt. Rosaries were said at Boughton's Funeral Home at Britt Monday and Tuesday. Burial was in St. Patrick's cemetery at Britt. © • "Tepkapi" Academy Award rt«f Pet*r Uitinov "Biit Sup* porting Aetor" playing Tueiday And WedrtetdAy at the Algona Theatre. Peter Ustinov shares stellar roles with Melina Mercouri tind Maximilian Schell in Jules Dassin's "Topkapi," which is slated to open Tuesday at the Algona Theatre through United Artists release. It is filmed in color. —Thursday thru Monday except Sunday "Those Galloways" 7:00 - 9:25 • : —Friday matinee at 3:00 —Saturday matinee at 1:30 —Sunday "Those Galloways" 1:30-4:10-6:30-9:05 —Tuesday and Wednesday "Topkapi" 7:00- 9:10 THUR.ThruMDH, ALGONA FRIDAY MATINEE 3:00—, SATURDAY MATINEE 1:30 SEE A GOOD MOVIE 1 SHOWER IS GIVEN There were 75 guests from Titonka, Burt, Britt, Corwith, Renwick, Algona and Wesley at the April 2 pre-nuptial shower for Cherann Bcrnau, Blue Earth in the Methodist church in Wesley. Relatives and friends of Clinton Eden to whom Miss Bernau will be married April 24 in the Presbyterian church at Blue Earth were sponsors of the shower. Hostesses were Kate Flom, Laura Eden, Annie Eden, Jeanette Krause, Viona Wei- housen, Gertrude Sleper, Barbara Seefeld, Florence Hildman, Anna Schutjer, Wilma Welhou- sen, Delores Rode, Lucy Asche, Sophia Radamaker, Leota Wai- rod and Marian Secbeck. Sandra Schutjer registered guests, Deanne Valentine gave a welcome, Charlotte Secbeck sang a solo, Barbara Seefeld gave a reading, Cheryll Walrod gave a piano solo, Lucy Asche gave a reading, Mrs. Harold Bode was announcer at a mock TV show from station JOY. Wilma Welhousen gave a scripture reading and prayer. Ardith Eden and Sharon Valentine assisted Mrs. Bernau in opening gifts. Beverly Welhou- sen, Dorothy Hildman and Debra a family you'll never forget! BRIAN V£RA BRANDON WAITER ALGONA Tuesday-Wednesday APRIL 20 • 21 ACADEMY AWARD WINNER) PETER USTINOV BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR PLUS COLOR CARTOON tMfiftttttMtMitiMttfttitittfitM«»titt«iitt 90c —FRI. - SAT. MATINEE 75c Kiddies under 12 years 50c anytime Valentine were gift pages. SPELLING BEE HELD The annual spelling bee was held April 11 in St. Joseph's parish hall by pupils of the 8 grades. Winners in the two lower grades were Ambrose Laubenthal, Debbie Ackerson, and Larry Studer, all second graders. ;: In the next two grades -were Lynn Klein, Christ! Studer and Debbie Youngwirth, fourth grad: ers. , : \ In the 5th and 6th grades they were Marie Laubenthal, 6th grader, Beverly Laubenthal 5th grader and Mary Muehe 6th grader. . .,;'. In 7th and ,8th grades thqy were Margaret Lickteig ",.8tf~ grader, Margaret Hilbert 7t! grader and Mark Muehe 8th. Th 1 first place winners were given gold trophies and silver troph- ,es were given to second and ;hird place winners. The troph- es were given by the Civics club, Judges were Mesdames Ed Johnson, J. M. Kunz, Clair Wingert and Paul Studer. Father Phillips was pronouncer. ,' WINNERS NAMED Winners at Johnnys A.G, Mar- feet's 4th anniversary celebration April 8-9-10 were Felice Hilbert, Ray Carlson, Jeff Bauer, Rita Youngwirth, Joan Fox, Vi Studer, Ella Hanig, Jim Haverly, Arlene Carman, Felice Schultz, Pauline Pfeffer, Helen Johnson, Clarence Dornbier, Irene Lickteig, Geo. Simpson, John Muehe, Dave Youngwirth, Ronnie Fort burger, Thelma Cruise, Anna Mae Hirner and Bill Goetz. Coffee and cookies were served Saturday/The John Youngwirths bought the store from the G, M, Studers, AT SILVcR WEDDING The Frank Johnsons went to Spirit Lake Sunday for their daughter, the Paul McNeil's sil ver wedding which was April 10. Other Wesleyans who attended were Mrs. Stan Simpson, and daughter, Karen, the Anton Pearsons and Ray Carlsons. There were 34 other guests, They brought lunch and presented a gift. The McNeils have four children all of whom were pres? ent. They are the Lynn Kuecks, Cedar Falls, Ted, Arnold,* Park, Rachael, high school jurv lor, and Kathy, Tlh grade WILL Bi MARRIED The Paul Montags announce engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter Bar< bara Lynne to Gene Hunt, son of the Howard Hunts, Redfield, Both are students at Cedar Falls. The wedding is planned for June 5 in St. Joseph's Catholic church in Wesley. ATTEND FUNERAL The A. C. Dischers attended the funeral of his sister-in-law, Mrs. (Florence) Chas. Timm, at New Ulm, Minn., Thursday, Apr. 8. Mrs. Timm was found dead in bed apparently of a heart attack. The Robert Kains, Algona, visited her father, Ed Hildman, Sunday. Mrs. Kain was enroute home from a Rochester, Minn. hospital where she had been for medical care. There will be no classes in St. Joseph's or Garrigan Good Friday. Services in St. Joseph's Catholic church on Good Friday will be at 1:45 p.m. The Gary Aitchisons, Marshalltown, spent the April 11 weekend with his parents, the Clarence Aitchisons. Other guests Sunday were the Don Durants, Forest City, and Geo. Glawes, Corwith. The Gary Ait- chisons will move soon to Ames where he will be assistant professor in business administration. The Norman Rovves, Ft. Dodge, visited her father, Urban Neuroth, and his sister, Mrs. Rich leiling Sunday, and also the Keith Neuroths, Algona. Callers at John Muehe's Sunday were cousins, the Alvin Jhlenhakes, Ossian, who were enroute home from Marion, S. }., where they had picked up icr mother, who had been hospitalized there. A group of Methodist women held a pre-Easter cleaning bee at the church Monday. Mrs. Wm. Lang and Jimmy, Omaha, spent April 11-13 with her fn&ihef, Mrs. Pauline t»fcf« fer, Mrs, Ling, the former Judy Pfeffer, teaches in aft Omaha high School ftrtd was Oft her Easter vacation, Jon Brian and Christine, child' rcn of the B. Jack Wederquists, were baptized Sunday in the Methodist chtifch by Rev. M. U, Smith. Communion service will be held in the Methodist church Thursday at 8 o'clock. Easter breakfast and service is at 5:30 a.m. Sunday, April 18. The Evangelical Free youth group will also have a 5:30 service and breakfast. The Vern Olsens had their 500 club Sunday. Prize winners were Mrs. Zeno Reising, Mrs. John Youngwirth, LeRoy Grand- ganett and John Youngwirth. This concludes the parties for the season. The Merle Losses, Mike Vitz thums and Franklin Bodes attended the Ice Follies and the Cinerama at Minneapolis over the weekend. The A. N. Richtsmeiers returned Friday from Minneapolis after 10 days at their son Vin cent's. They brought home 18- month old Pamela who spent a week or. so with her grandparents. Mrs. A. Richtsmeier had vein surgery. Francis Richtsmeier, who teaches at Aurora, 111., came Friday for her Easter vacation at home. The Michael Bauers, Manhattan, Kan. spent the weekend with her parents.' The Richts- meiers took their granddaughter home the latter part of this week. • ... Father Elias, a missionary of Chicago, 111., was a guest of Youngwirth relatives over the weekend. Relatives here received word of the hospitalization of Jule Materh, Grand Meadows, Minn., formerly of Wesley. He is hospitalized at Spring Valley, Minn., for a heart condition. Union Good Friday services will be held in the Evangelical Free "Church from 1 to 3 p.m. Upper Flat and Wesley Methodist congregations will partici- pate. " The Don Vogets, Ldhfviile were Sunday guests at the par ental J. ¥, MeUfef's. If we don't stand up for some' thing, we may fall for anything, So often we overlook the important while attending to the urgent, Here's Plenty Of Fun And Excitement! Ra-ely will you &O0 iuch « blond oI SUSPENSE »nd COMf;UV «nd it youH tak« lh* tmi« to »•• tint t*i"1.c von\btn*t'on, you II t>« wanting to tl4l >i>ui n«iflt»bor» dll «tout it. ITS THAT GOOD I MA MtRCOUHl PETER USTINOV MAXIMILIAN SCIIELl hate to start without you 7 & 9:15 p.m. Hey, Kids... come in and see our Giant Real Live EASTER BUNNY He'll be here in person on April 16 and 17 Friday — 4 to 9 p.m. Saturday Noon to 5 p.m. Free Gifts to all children accompanied by parents. . Delicious COTTAGE CHEESE Ready to Serve A tasty and colorful combination of fresh carroU,celery,cabbage,oniony ^weet red ball peppers and pjt^ley plus fincflavored & COTTAGE CHEESE. It Your F«vorit« Feed SterT or Super Market ANDERSON-tRICKSON DAIRY Easter Sunday COME EARLY ~ JOIN THE FUN Kiddies - Join the FOSTER FURNITURE Big Easter Egg Hunt at the Drive - in Theatre Easter Sunday 6:30 p.m. PRIZES - A TV CHAIR Pius 2 Poockra Ik* Ptopri Pip Toy Do(t md otto vilublf Prim! Remember Children under 12 FREE! WE WILL OPEN FRIDAY, APRIL 16 •ENT€RTAINM€NT UND6R TUE STARS ! DWVI-IN MOVIB AT THfIR 0E8T EIGGER SHASPtl? COlOBFUL...TRUE...RiAL"£/V/A/O-" MOVIES'. FRIDAY-SATURDAY APRIL 16-17 OF TH£ SCSI Of THC TECNAOERS IDOLS... IN fUN-CRAMA/*DMOVI€5 ON ONE PROGRAM! STARTS AT 7:15 RICHARD COMING UPSTRONG WITH A SONG!!!! V\fondei~M In TECHNICOLOR' WiliffltMji^^ • PLUS SECOND HIT:—SHOWN AT 9:00 ktaowM* tPAMMOM «aua TECHNICOLOR" PANAVISION* PLUS 3rd HIT SHOWN AT 10:45 His name is TECHNICOLOR* cuuiotm nut SUNDAY-MONDAY-TUES q April 18-19-20 STARTS AT 7:15 — COME EARLY ! 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