Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 22, 1965 · Page 6
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 6

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 22, 1965
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'1'H'H t i'H H-t M f Seen at the 4LGONA iy T, H. C, **f H H I 1 1 I I t 1 I i-H"l-H>t"l"H Rarely does one see a motion picture that lingers in the mind for days, or months or even years; sncli classics for example. Becket, Lawrence of Arabia, Tom Jones and My Fair Lady. Zorba, the Greek is one of these. I was privileged to see the movie in Minneapolis last week and I'm still thinking about it. piecing together the somewhat dispomted but dramatic plot and then applying each separate sequence into a logical and appealing whole. The effect is colossal. In a manner of speaking, it's a wild, nutty tale of a writer who should never have been running a mine and a would-be nu'ner who shouldn't have, either. It all takes place on the island of Crete, with almost the entire supporting cast selected from the inhabitants of the small village where the action takes place. Anthony Quinn, who plays the lead, is a contemporary Greek, a liver of the good life who wants to work hard with his hands, work a little with his *—ALOONA (lev/*) ADVANCE JTMUR^DAY, APRIL 22, 1965 head, love women, drink, sing, dance, slink, and be free to help himself to a little madness. He says, in one of his frequent speeches to his young friend, played convincingly by Alan Bates, "You've got everything, boss, except one thing- madness. A man needs a little madness, or else he's afraid to cut the rope and become free". And what does the boss (Bales) reply? "Teach me to dance". Lala Kedrova, who won an Oscar as the best supporting actress, plays the part of a retired prostitute while Irene Papas depicts a young widow, who meets a tragic death at the hands of the enraged villagers. • There is a strong moral theme running throughout the entire I picture that lingers in the mind ; for days, or months or even I picture—the greed and avarice ; of the human race, whether it be Greek or American—human appetites never vary. Zorba, the Greek, is a picture to see and one to remember. Don't miss it when it comes to the local screen, ANNIVERSARY — Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Brom, Fella, celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary at an open house March 28th in Pclla. They have two great-grandchildren, Charles and Mary Bctli Manger of Seattle. SOCIETY WED. Thru SAT. APRIL 21 -24 toecW to Ha fort/taffto t* funk Mvenl ml Junes tad M/Slwy by tad Belan /»PMffll KM — PLUS — THEY GREW INTOGIANTS AT n.^^^Bd^ RICKY NELSON WttlEOWOH TECHNICOLOR* Thursday Is "BUCK NITE" The Whole Carload for $1.00 SUNDAY Thru WEDNESDAY APRIL 21 -24 FIRST RUN SHOWING! SAMUELJRONSTON SOPHIALOREN STEPHEN/ ALEC BOYO /GUINNESS JAMES (CHRISTOPHER MASON I PLUMMER THE FALL ROMAN EMPIRE plus • BIGGER * BRIGHTER•SHARPER - The bullet wasn't made that could stop him! MAN FRO PLUS 2 COLOR CARTOONS HOSTS CLUB Mrs. Mtlton Norton was hostess to the Ide Hour Uridgc club Wednesday afternoon. ENTERTAINS CLUB Mrs. Lester Johnson entertained the "Eight Specks" 500 Wednesday evening. HOSTS BRIDGE Mrs. Jess Uugan was hostess to her bridge club last week Tuesday auernoon. TO ENTERTAIN CLUB Mrs. L. E. Hovey is entertaining her bridge club Thursday evening at the Johnson House. WOMEN'S CLUB MEETS The Federated Women's club net Monday with Mrs. Perry Collins who was assisted by 'Jlara Amesbury. ATTENDED ICE FOLLIES Mr. and Mrs, W. A. Hall, Wary Sue, Judy, Kristy and Katny spent the weekend at Minneapolis, Minn, and attended the "Ice Follies." PARTY GIVEN Mrs. Ted Herbst gave a party Saturday afternoon honoring the eighth birthday of her daughter Teri. Guests were her girl classmates and sister Lori. Games were played and refreshments served. CONFAB HELD A Royal Neighbor convention was held Monday at Emmetsburg. In attendance from here were Mrs. Bertha Spear, Mrs. Elizabeth Post, Mrs. Bcrnitas Lynk, Mrs. Myra Ostrum, Rosetta Johannsen and Atha Hard- Salesman's Special * 1961 CHEVROLET Bel Air 4 door Sedan, V-8 engine, Standard transmission, Radio. Low mileage. See it to believe it. Engaged fore she leaves with her aoti Dr. Robert Motilux and Wife of Saritoga, Calif., for a week at Ames With Dr. and Mrs. William Moniux and the possibility she may go to California for a few weeks. If she goes, she Will return via plane. CONFIRMED " Mike and Kathy Cooper, chil* dren of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Cooper, and Steve Farrell, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Farrell were confirmed in St. Cecelia Catholic church Tuesday evening. Sponsors were Joe Straub, James Geelatt and Mary Straub. After the rites the group went to the Farrell home for a social evening. MR. AND MRS. Fred Breider) Jr., Algona, announce the ap-' proaching marriage of their daughter, Darlene, to Nolan Gncwuch, son of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Gnewuch, Albert City. Darlene is a senior at Concor- clia Teachers college, Seward, Nebr., and her fiance attends Concordia Seminary, St. Louis, Mo. The wedding will be at Zion Lutheran church, rural Storm Lake, June 12. grove. SEE ill Garman at KOSSUTH MOTOR GO. Algona 5-3554 CELEBRATES BIRTHDAY Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hardgrove had the latter's parents Mr. and Mrs. Max Miller as Easter dinner guests. In the afternoon they went to the Irving Miller's to celebrate the eighteenth birthday of their son Scott. CELEBRATES 12th BIRTHDAY Lynn Erickson, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Harold Erickson was given a party Saturday.eve- ning in celebration of her twelfth birthday which was April 19. Twelve of her girl friends were guests and a fireplace weenie roast was enjoyed before going to the theatre. ADOPT SON Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Johnson have received announcement of the adoption of an infant son born April 7 and weighing 8 pounds, by their son-in-law and daughter Fern and James Haynes, of Glendora, Calif. The infant has been named Matthew James. SURPRISE PARTY Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Wittkopf wore given a surprise pot luck supper and house warming Apr. 12 by members of their 500 club. In attendance were Mr. and Mrs. William Naylor, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Gardner, Mr. and Mrs. Marlin Meehlhause, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Hanson, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Immerfall, Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Johnson of Irvington, and Mr. and Mrs. Art Ashton of Humboldt. Mrs. Naylor and Mr. Wittkopf were high score winners and Mrs. Immerfall and Mr. Ashton were second high score winners. Th travel prize went to Mr. Meehlhause. The honoree's were presented a gift. Their new home is located on west College street. NEWCOMERS CLUB Newcomers club met Tuesday evening at Van's cafe for Guest Nignt. New members are Jean Taylor, Shirley Ludwig, Mary Handl, Clara Hutchinson, and Ingrid Henry. The Madrastics entertained the group and then cards were played. Winners at bridge were Midge Kuester and Finn. At 500 Marilyn Wells and Ann Dafbyshife won pfiies, SandM Reefef received the door prize. Hostesses were Shefi Boffigaafs, Barb Evefist, Joan Guify and Mittiiie Studer. SUPPER GIVEN Mrs. Bertha Spear entertain/ ed the R.S.B.C.s at a chow mein supper Tuesday evening. COMPLETE PRINTING SERVICE AT THE ADVANCE ALGONA SATURDAY MATINEE -April 24 1:30 ONLY Wtitern Thrill* The Maverick Queen PLUS 6 Color Cartoons Admission — 75c Children 35c EXHIBIT AT FAIR iifierftft — tetty Fafigman and Arlette Droesslef, Si John's high school students, exhibited at the State Science Fair at Des Moittes April 10. Both received certificates o! honorable men* tion among the 606 exhibitors. They are the children of Mf. and Mrs. Aft Dfoesslet and Mf, and Mrs. Walter Fangman of Bancroft. LOANS *n TO $ B,000 To buy a now or uud oar - Spring noodi To consolidate doMs - Any purposo - Payment plans lo sail your income, PHONE — WRITE — STOP IN TODAY fi! k vC i it< i .1 AMERICAN ACCEPTANCE CORP. 112 N.Moor* Phon. 295 3507 I 111 nillli iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii i iiniii mil iniiii iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii inn ii iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiwiiiiiniMiiii 32nd BIRTHDAY i , Frank Ostrurn's eighty-second birthday was observed Sunday. His cousin Mrs. Elvira Monlux was a dinner guest and callers were Mr. and Mrs. Elliott Sk411- ing, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Ostrum, Patty Peterson and Steve Ostrum. He received a telephone call from his son Edward of St. James, Minn. GOP MEETING A District Republican Worn- ens meeting was held Wednesday at Le Mars. In attendance were Mrs. John Schutter, who presided at the meeting, Mrs. L. L. Rater, Mrs. M. II. Honsbruch, Clara Amesbury, Mrs. Richard Thoreson, Mrs. J. C. Everds, Mrs. Marc Moore, Mrs. Jane Bolenus of Wesley. COFFEE GIVEN Mrs. Elvira Monlux was given a coffee Tuesday afternoon by several friends, a farewell be- Salesman's Special * 1983 CHEVROLET Bel Air 4 door, V-8 engine, Powerglide trans., Radio, Tinted glass. Dark Brown color. Low mileage. SEE Dick Norton at KOSSUTH MOTOR CO. 5-3554 Algona BOX OFFICE OPENS AT 7:00 P.M. Admission $100 — Children FREE ! "Your Lucky Entertainment Number — 295-7171" STARTS THURSRAY FOR ONE WEEK ALGONA The BEACH PARTVgang goes Stf LWlNG! ANY NUMBER. CAN PiAY...but it's better with just two! Now in Progress FORGED TO SELL - OVERSTOCKED • COATS • GROUP 1 Every ladies wool coat reduced $10.00... coats NOW SELLING FOR $26.00 lo $45.00!!! GROUP 2 A special group of non-wool all weather rain or shine coats ... reduced to go fast NOW SELLING FOR $12.98 »o $19.90!!! SUITS ,,,JRANKIEAYALON ANNEHEFUNICEILO-DEBORAH ILtEY HARVEY LEIWK- JOHN ASHLEY -JOOYIWEA DONNA LOREN-MARTAKRISTEN-UNDA EVANS _OOHRIUllB.~PnlllBNOE. _,,JUS?ERWN-EARL WON Plus 'BIG TOWN VILLAGE" ' Ply*; f plor Cartoon — iEEP OR NOT TO BEEP" GROUP 1 Every ladies wool suit reduced $10.00... NOW SELLING FOR $15.00 to $30.00!!! GROUP 2 A special group of non-wool suits to clear at once.. NOW SELLING AT only $12.98!!! • DRESSES GROUP 1 ALL SPRING dresses sizes 12>/ 2 to 241,4 SAVEfroMS3MtoS10J»!! GROUP 2 AH SPRING dresses sizes 8 to 20 SAVE from $3.00 to $8.00!!! GROUP 3 All SPRING dresses sizes 7 to IS AND 5 to 13 JUNIOR PETITE SAVEfroai3.OOtoS2Q.QQ!! SHOP OUR STORE THIS WEEKEND FOR VERY RESF SELECTION!!! "Home of Quality Since 1870" '|M»|III»M^

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