Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 29, 1965 · Page 11
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 11

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 29, 1965
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~y . ALGCMA (laws) ADVANCE-3 fHURSBAY, APRIL 59, 19AS Seen at the By T, H. €, "4NH I liJt I I I 1 i M u,m-H For a change, a Walt Disney picture drew as much favorable comment from the adult groiip as from the youngsters. So reports Manager Langfitt Those Galloways will follow Mary Poppins in Minneapolis which shows that we are getting hbt- releases locally. . Personally, I enjoyed the Galloways altho there were some long, slow, sequences. The scenes of wild life, especially the hand-to-claw encounter, of young Brandon de Wilde with a savage wolverine, are up to the usual high standard set by our naturalist, Disney.; The wild geese sequences too, , are a, delight to watch, even for this. arm-chair hunter. ' ; It's the simple story of a rustic family, Ma Galloway (Vera Miles), Pa Galloway (Brian, Keith) and a boy (Brandon de, Wilde) who resent hunters coming from urban regions, to shoot the geese for sport. Keith attempts to buy a ' swampy" piece of land for a refuge .and when the city hunters encroach on his; land, -the action starts. ' '•••*• , As always, the picture, in,rich technicolor, stresses the beauty of nature and the simple mores ALGON Saturday May 1 MATINEE ONLY •''•' LAUREL and HARDY IN "He i mm PI ISQ ft COLOR TLUO D CARTOONS ADMISSION 75e CHILDREN 35e of 'flito- simple family; It's -good family entei'|aifimeht ahd there' is enough Wild life, to satisfy even the adult. The close-ups of the - graceful geese, circling against the blue sky, is a delight to any hunter's eyes, ! A beat r somewhat domesticat* ed, Is introduced, for "atnW ptiere", while a' brutal fist fight between the town bully and young de Wilde is both realistic and dramatic. Time magazine sums the picture in these words, "Children of 10 or so will probably be delighted with it, unless they are off on some wild goose chase more challenging to young, minds". . Topkapi, that much hearlded mystery for. which Peter Ustin- ov got his Oscar for the best supporting" male "actor, drew a miserable audience, despite the fact that it has been'doing a brisk BOX in. most theatres. I missed it on its initial appearance and;must admit that I was a little" disappointed when I saw it here. : ;: It was a good show, make no mistake about that, well acted, with plenty of, suspense and photographed against the authentic background of the fabled city of Istanbul; .Ustinov's performance was flawless but so were the others in -the cast, Melina Mercouri, Maximallian Schell, Akim Ta r miroff andl Giles Segal. When it comes to mysteries, I'm a poor judge; I've even. . given up on -Perry- Mason because I .can.'t follow all the action. So let's say that Topkapi '.was good entertainment. But why, I ask you, would they * title,' a picture when .nobody can pronounce the name? . . I. . Mr«. Viol* Studer Neb. ,• ••'.•'"'. . . • Mrs.'; Walter ;;prummier " of Marshalltqwn spent last week With her brothers, Joe Weig and family, and John and Raymond Mr. Drummeri 3! daughters and one son and friend were Friday overnight guests in the Joe Weig home and took Mrs Drummer home Saturday. Corwith-Wesley ••,-!*&• ••*• •..'"•.*•**#«» m holds Jr.-Sr. banquet Saturday Wesley — The Junior-Senior jaiiquet was held Saturday evening, April 24 in the Corwith building. 29 juniors entertained 31 seniors and members of the faculty at a banquet in the school tinch room, which was decorated in the Senior Class Colors, blue and silver. The theme, was "Showboat" and the old gym was decorated for the dance with a fake fireplace, Magnolia trees and the entrance to an old Southern mansion with a showboat in the background. Toastmistress was. junior president, Jerrill Wildman. Steve Dawson gave the junior class prophecy. Ronald Johnson sarig a solo. Nadine Engen and Cynthia Weber gave the senior class will and-Supt. Micklick gave a talk. ••> FIVE CONFIRMED The Rev, H. U. Smith held confirmation services Sunday, April 25 for a class of. 5 boys in the .Methodist church. They, were Dennis, son of< Mr. arid Mrs. George Gremmer, Terry, son ;of Mr. and .Mrs. Glenn Smith, Virgil, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jake Meyer, Jack, son of Mrs. Chas. Vestrem and the late Jack Robinson, and Mejvin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Ward. The 1 latter also received baptismal rites. MISSION CONFERENCE A Missionary Conference was held in the local Evangelical Free church April 28 to May 2 with congregations of Upper Flat, Britt and 'Clear' Lake Free churches participating. One of the speakers, Rev. Merle Webster, recently returned from a mission station in : the Congo, was guest speaker at" the Women's Missionary Society meeting April 28. Hostesses for that occasion were Mrs. Fred Bentele and Mrs. Mary Peters. Many' Wesleyans attended the Thunday thru Saturday "Tw6 Oh A dtiilloline,!' _*. 7:26 • 9:40 , —Saturday matin** at 1i30 "Flying ;Dueces" Plus 6 color cartoons. - ,;•»• —Sunday "John Golclfarb Please.Come Home" 1:30-3:20-5:15-7:25-9:35 —Monday 8hd Tuesday ' "John Goldfarb Please Clowe Home" 7:15* 9:25 J •?.#:• "John Goldfarb Please Come Home" -ttarting- Sunday "At 'the Algona Theatre. of Vicky Ezarski is announced Eai» Satard«»IU» t- <ATwo On A Guillotine" AT L^WT - - IT'S HERE! SUNDAY thru TUESDAY - M AY 2 4 ALGONA WH6N SHiRL§y L9NDS IN HaReivi "NOW YOU CAN SEE IT — UNCUT • UNCHANGED!" SHIRLEY MacLAI PETER USTINOV She's a 0»1 rwrtw out .-butwhat forastorY.-butwhat.sle ts turns a I««fflWl!WY«»!tlrfiai| harem girl, magazine reporter and cheerleader in "John 6pld- farb. Please Come, Homtf(',in CmemaScope and be Cyxe, eo)or opening Sunday at the AJgona Theatre'. "• •'••''' ' "'•-'.V/t j 'r ' Annual Award Day spOn$prec by the C.Y.O., held Suhday : af ternoon, April 25 at Garrigan. The Most Rev. Joseph M.-°Mueller of Sioux City, presented'' the awards. Sue Nelson, daughter, of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Nelson, was one of the piano accompanists for the musical numb'JBrs^on the program. •••'.' V : ' : v'f* Mr.' and Mrs. HermanvStUder were Easter Siiriday ; 'dinner guests of their son Meriin,'^Siu- Wesley — Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ezarski of Corwith, announce the approaching marriage of their daughter, Vicky Marie to Larry L. Lang of Oelwein, son of Mr. and Mrs. L .G. Lang, of Mason City. The ceremony will take place Saturday, May 1 in Holy Family Catholic church, Mason City, Miss Ezarski is a graduate of Corwith-W e s 1 e y consolidated ligh school and Mason City School of Practical Nursing. She is employed at Mercy hospital Mason City. Her fiance is a graduate of Newman high school and attended Loras College, Du buque. He was graduated, frorr Mason City Junior College anc is employed by Woolworths at Oelwein. Mrs. L. G. Lang is the former Ethel Haverly, daughter of th late J. L. Haverlys, Women's Society.;of Christian Service will meet, in the Methb dist church May 5 with th Mesdames Lawrence - Baylor Carl Johnson,. Merle and Fre'i Rjismussen. Clara Price-will leai devotions. Veya Lease .will giv the lesson. Rose Smith will hav the project. , This is the t final meeting .of the church year. Retiring Olive • Erdman" will pre- day, April 27 at 8 p.m. Tlie meeting featured displays of the aft, hometnaking, and shop dept., as well as a special program presented by the English and Speech Dept. Coffee was served after the meeting. After both Masses Sunday, May 2 all parents of the child- ett who will be entering first grade next fall are asked to register them in the parish halt. Mr. arid Mrs. Herman Socle nci Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Pro- laska and 2 children of Duncan IN IN fHt MAffi* Ot TH« KTATt LOU K. UUlNLAN, Decfeased. PROBATE NO. 8692 NOtlCt Of PR6BAft Of WILL, Of APPOlNfMtNf W tXteUtO*/ AND NOtlCt tO CttOlfOKI TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE ABOVE ENTITLED ESTATE: You are hereby notified that on the 19th dav of Anril, 1965, the lost will and testament of the dbovs named de- ni it-ahng dale the 28th day of May. 1958, was admitted to ornbote In the above named 4oUrt and that the undersigned was appointed executor of said estate. Notice Is given that all persons indebted to said estate are requested to make im- mediate payment to the und*sian6d, and creditors hovirtg claims against 'Idrd estate shdll file them with the'tlerk of the. above named dlsfficf eoUff, aJ provided by law. duly authenticated, for bllcwance; and unless so filed wltHIn six month* from the second publication of this notice (unless otherwise dllowed Or paid) such claim shall thereafter be fofevef 'barred. uoteu ims npllo Welter of April, 1965. f. d'Hoire Executor of said Estate 3734 Lincoln Place Drive Des Moines, Address Attorney for said Executor Algona, Iowa Address Date of second publication 29 day of Aoril, 1965. Published in the Algona Kossuth County Advance, Algona, Iowa, /Hjnl 22 and 29, 1965. family, and sup another' son Ro per llin. der - and guests of Studer and family of rural' Britt. Mrs. L. .T-. : Root entertained her bridge club Saturday afternoon, April 1 24. Mrs. Martin Hamilton r will entertain the^club women Saturday, May 8. ' ' . ; . t C:D.A. officers and past grand regents were guests of the Algona Court Monday evening, April 26. The local Court ' met Tuesday evening .and -Sister Ralph showed a film "Rural Life" followed by a short meet- •.iHg .a,nd K ea^tainmep^ The nominating committee presented a slate of officers eligible for an elective office at the May 25 meeting.' Mothers Day Mass will be held in St, Joseph's Catholic church Saturday morning, May 8 at 8! o'clock, 'followed by 'a breakfast of rolls arid coffee in the parish hall. Yo Yo Club held their fina| meeting of the year Wednesday 1 evening, April 28 in the Methl odjst church. Hosts were the H] E. Hemmingseris, Glenn Smiths', Ralph Schipulls, Glenn Gabrieli son, and Duane Prices. A traye| logue film of Michigan was shown by Hemmingsens who recently visited their daughter; Mrs, Irwin Roshiem and family. at Traverse City, Mich, > t Mr. and Mrs, Herman Pode, were Tuesday evening, April 20 guests in the Floyd Bode home at Algona after confirmation services in St. Cecelia's Catholiq church. Alice Jane Bode was confirmed. side. The American Legion: Auxiliary 'will meet Wednesday evening, May 5. ' ; Mr, and Mrs. John Lickteig accompanied by their daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Elliot Waldschmidt, Bill and Virginia of Whittemore spent the weekend in Dubuque with the Lickteig's daughter, Mrs. Frank Hanley and family. They also visited the Waldschmidt daughter/ Sister Benedict, the Lawrence Wingert daughter, Sister Katherine and the Urban Lick- teig.daughters. Sister St. James and Sister Donagene, all at the Presentation Academy.. 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HUSH, ;SWEET CHARLOTTE" Snturday, May 15 Special KI-M'es MiH"»o ot 1:30 "TV/INK 1 E IN GOO'S EYE 1 ' Plus 6 Color Cartoons Sunday thru Wednesday, May 16-19 Charlton Histnn — Rt'ha-H Harrs "MAJOR DUNDEE" Thursday thru Saturday, May 20-22 "GO GO MANIA" The Beatles onrt The Animals '. Plus "SWINGERS' PARADISE" Cliff Richards — Walter Slciak Sunday and Monday, May 23-24 Kim Novak — Laurence Harvey "OF HUMAN BONDAGE" Tuesday and Wednesday, May 25-26 Jork ' oilman — Lee Rcmick "DAYS OF WINE AND ROSES" Thursday thru Saturday, , May 27-29 Havley Mills — John Mills "THE TRUTH ABOUT SPRING' Sunday thru Wednesday, May 30-June 2 "HOW THE WEST WAS WON" ALL STAR CAST Carrol Baker — Lee J. Cobb — Henry Fonda — Carolyn Jones — Karl Maiden — Gregory Per.k — George Pcppard — Robert Preston — Debbie Reynolds — James Stewart — Eli Wallach — John WoynBi^—a ( Richar,d_ Yf.' ll fP-'f t i ~4 Sooncer, Tracy —' ah'd many other top stars. MAY -1965 <mv'»»> Ki"i Wednesday, Mny 2-5 "THE GREAT ESCAPE" ^o^.T^r." Stove McQueen — Jomos Garner GERONIMO T"iir< J n- th-» Snturdoy, >•'•••• *-« "DIARY OF A BACHELOR" "UNDER AGE" Joe Silver — Dom De Lulsc Anne MaeAdams — Judy Adler •Sun-toy thru Tuesday, May 9-11 Wp'lt Dt«"*v Presents "THE MOON SPINNERS" "TO CATCH A THIEF" Hayley Mills — Ell Wallach Cory Grant — Princess Grace Kelly Wednesday thru Saturday, May 12-15 "DIG TEEN SHOW!" - • ' " ' ' Jen--** n~rr"n — Pomelo THfin The BcoMe, In , /FOR THOSE WHQ "A HARD DAY'S NIGHT" THINK YOUNG" Ci»t**ln FrortP^ —• ' ! »*t M"*tnn "LOOKING FOR LOVE" Sunday thru Wedpcs'tni', Mny 16-19 Jorrv Lewis In Debbie P^'noM-; — f.l'ff "obertson "THE PATSY" "MY SIX LOVES" TrmrsiVv thru Saturday, May 20-22 PEYTON PLACE" ,, LQNG HQT SUMME R'' Lana La "9 ~ p ou | Newman — Joanne Woodward Sunday thru Tuesday, May 23-25 This Is The Biet One! Co "° n " Fun • • • " UI "QUO VADIS" "ADVENTURES OF A Robert Taylor — Deborah Kcrr ROAD RUNNER" W-Hncsrtoy thru Saturday, Mov 26-79 ALL NEW! ALL NEW! 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