Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 10, 1965 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Monday, May 10, 1965
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MONDAY, MAY 16, 1965 I'lM in Seen at the ALGONA ir f, M. c, Hl'HHtJHM't 1 M< I;I H-H Beach Blanket Bingo was strictly for younger set and While I would hardly qualify for that group, 1 attended to see What, was going on. And I'd say plenty. It was right in line with the other "Beach" scries so I knew in advance what I was "in" for. Brought up in the waltz and two : step era, it is rather difficult to reconcile those old fashioned dance routines with the wiggles which seem to be taking over on TV (Hullabaloo and Shindig) as well as the movies. As long as all the "movement" is for the box office, it is useless to offer my criticism; Manager Langfitt is moving Bingo out to the Starlite where it will be on exhibition, probably,'when this review appears. What surprised me most was the appearance of Earl Wilson, noted , columnist, among this • melange and he seemed as surprised to find himself there as " ""'"VHe*'was tfieA'niost : con Student council officers fusedH^dividual I've* ever seen on p ^screen. Paul - Ly^ide didn?t^4niptpye things either. But It's good innocent (?) fun and 'our passing generation should make room for the youngsters. The Jffay calender is promising, TKere is a curious mixture of the old arid the very current. John ' Goldfarb, the picture which caused a rumpus on the Notre Dame campus and was involved in a legal battle,, opens the month and this publicity should give it quite a boost. That's the trouble with .censorship; it always backfires and makes a mediocre book or movie into a best seller. . None* But The Brave should please Frank Sinatra fans as he usually comes up with a good performance. A couple .of Jerry Lewis reruns follow and then a "shocker". .Bette Davis and Olivia deHavilland in Hush, Hush, Sweet Charlotte, a picture Bulldbg OFFICERS FOR THE coming school year in Student Council are pictured after their election. From left to right are Phil Taylor, president; Sue Moulton, vice; Barb Medin, sec., and Mike Stillman, treas. In past years the officers of this body have been elected within .the .Student Council. For "the first time they were elected by the student' body after each candidate make a campaign speech in the auditorium. The seniors were attending Law Day at the time. Mr. Andersen is the sponsor. . V that .was up for an Oscar and widely and currently shown in city theatres. You'll have to attend with full knowledge that it's a shuddering experience. Major Dundee with Charlton Heston and Richard Harris is playing a first run theatre in Minneapolis right now and getting good reviews. It relates to the Civil War days. Then the program has a relapse and we go back to the Beatles in Go, Go, Mania. Use your own judgment—I'll see it just out of curiosity. Two reruns follow, Of Human Bondage and Days of Wine and Roses and then The Truth About Spring, also running currently in Minneapolis first run theatres and getting good reviews. Then comes the bombshell, How The West Was Won. Many have probably seen this at the Cooper Cinerama in Minneapolis but many also will want to ENDS WED. .•\«lAY.'ll. ? j.\i JERRY LEWIS "THE CADDY" Plui "YOU'RE NEVER TOO YOUNG" ,. THUR. Thru SAT. 13- ALGONA SHOWN AT 7:OQ AND 9:15 see it,on the local screen/This is certainly worlh a repeat and one that's good for the children as well as adults. That rounds out an exceptionally fine June program and one which should pull you way from your TV set at least half a dozen times. Former tailor diesat88at BattleCreek Word has been received by L. A. Johnson that. Anthony Guehl, 88, a retired tailor and former resident of Algona, died May 2 at a Battle Creek, Mich. hospital, where he had been a patient since April 7. Mr. Guehl came to Algona from St. James, Minn., in 1918, and maintained a tailor shop here until 1937, when he moved to Battle Creek. •• A lif,e> merhber ' « 1*' """*^1 *« -Lit '•"u'jPtf^V^f* _iiii__i_'2-._' ' *_ _ Council of St. James, Minn. He was born August 16, 1876, in Wonsant, Austria, and came to the United States when 16, at Minneapolis. He was married Sept. 2, 1901, at St. James, to Louise Spitzner, who died there Jan. 21, 1916. Burial was at St. James. Surviving are two sons, Anthony H, and George W., Battle Creek, and four daughters, Mrs. Marie McNally, Genevieve, Mrs. Godfrey C. Johnson, Mrs. Katherine M, Mallory, Battle Creek, and Mrs. hart, Detroit. at Esthervillc in August of last year and also a first place tro- ihy won in the Intermediate Division of the National Open 'ustom Car Contest sponsored by Revell. Two other entries, re ceived ribbons in this contest. One car placed second in-'the awards for paint and another car placed third in the overall judging. ' Donald, 16, is the son of Mr. and Mrs. John Ukena and a sophomore at the Lakota .Consolidated school.' The main activity during th* last week at AHS has been the juniors frantic effort to finish the prom in record time, which they did not do. "Chez Paree" was held Saturday night, May 8 starting with a banquet in the Annex, which was transformed into a Parisian cafe for the evening. The reading of the senior class will was done by Jackie Kin den and the class prophecy was read by Karen Charles. Junior class president Dan Merryman welcomed the seniors and a response was given by senior class president Milt Butzke. Junior class vice president Sue Moulton gave a farewell to the seniors. The Symphonettes sang "April in Paris" and '/Moments to Remember". Following the banquet, the prom was continued at "the gym, which was transformed into a gay Parisian .ball. Murals, .pictured street scenes and shops. An Eiffel Tower stood in the center of the floor, while a Parisian sidewalk cafe offered refreshments with real live sophomore-waiters dressed in Parisian style. Park benches, trees (real ones), and gaslights decorated the floor. Entertaining the dancers were the Debutantes and the Madrastics. After the dance, the parents of the juniors took over for members for next year are to be guests at the meeting. —AHS—Matt Clark and Linda Crickson were elected president and vice president respectively of the Future Business Leaders of America at their business meeting last Wednesday evening. They will be installed at an FBLA installation dinner May 18 in the Annex. All members and prospective members are attending. —AHS— Sand! Haag and Mr. Stephens, faculty sponsor of the Future Business Leaders, are attending a spring session meeting in Des Moines Saturday, May 8. The meeting is for all state officers of the Future Business Leaders and their club sponsors. Sandi is the new state secretary. —AHS— Friday, May 7, the senior class Corwith Mrs. Harry L. Maw' Dwight Spangler"and Mattlyn Merideth, Anampsa, spent > the weekend with his parents, the Bernard Spanglers. The Gary Schichtls, Britt, were Sunday guests. Mrs. Alvin Weber, Luyerne, Mrs. Earl Chambers and Mrs. Wayne Smith, Clear Lake.ymd Mr* Jbhn rMullin attended^the Mothers day weekend at Cedar Falls. The Paul Crocketts, Minneapolis, spent the weekend with icr parents, the George Gas- kills, Oliver Lock- Lakota youth wins modal car trophy recently L*Ma — Donald Ukena last week brought home another trophy, this time from the Wolff Kubley Hirsig Model Car Contest which was held at Madison, Wis. His entry was a green me tal-flake stock car which he customized, doing a complete re designing of the exterior and upholstering the interior. Other trophies include one for third place winner in the junior division of the Iowa State Championship Model Car Contest held the rest of the morning it was Sunday by then. Ride the Wild Surf was shown at the theater to those who could keep their eyes open. At the theater, prizes were given students whose names were drawn: The prizes were given by the merchants of Algona and Whittemore. At approximately two-thirty, the prom was continued at the V.F.W. This is called the After the Prom Party where the parents have food, entertainment, such as games, dancing, and prizes for the juniors and seniors. • All over . . . The seniors have two weeks of classes NlDERSOII IRKKSQn eOULO MAKE IT , SO GOOD/ HDDERSOn ERICKSOn At Your Favorite Food Sfore or Super Market ANDERSON • ERICKSON DAIRY le ut "Chez Paree 1 is something they will never forget. Graduation Party -- PERSONALIZED NAPKINS Printed in Class or School Colors Mortar Board and Diploma Design Graduate's Name and Commencement Date - ALSO SCHOOL MEMORY BOOKS ADVANCE PUBLISHING CO, ALGQNA, IOWA The Gordon Bravihders, Cottage Grove, Minn., visited Saturday with Mrs. Louise Gaskill. §J Six from the coffee club at Britt had coffee with Mrs. Jojih Adams Sr. Wednesday. The Jerry Puffers, Algona, visited Friday with his parents, the Phillip Puffers. ?' The Richard Millers met the Merrill Moons at Owatonna Saturday. Tommy Moon who had been visiting here returned home with them. Mrs. Abbie Bush returned home after a visit with her daughter, the Raymond Di- monds, Milwaukee, Wis. The Donald Deans attended the funeral of Mrs. Frank Perkin at Waterloo Tuesday. Leslie Dawson was released Friday from the hospital.-at Britt. Evelyn Dawson was released Saturday from the hospital'at Fort Dodge. She spent the week end with her parents, the Leslie Dawsons. *•, The Albert Fishes and Richard Marks attended the Ice Fol lies in Des Moines. They also visited Carol and Skip Fish. Mrs. Ed Lenz, LuVerne, and Mrs. Harry Fleming spept Thursday to Sunday with a sis* ter, Mrs. Paul Phillip, Stewartville, Minn. The Ed Hauptmans and Richard Youngwirths attended the Ice Follies in Des Moines. Mrs. F. F. Fett and Mrs. Durrell Fett family, LuVerne, visited Saturday at Albert Fish's. The Percy Baileys visited Suil< day at Jesse Scott's. Mrs. Earl Gjersted visited, Tuesday with her sister, Afri, Leo Frank!, Algona. Tori and Laurie Daniel returned home to Algona after two months with their grandparents, the John Daniels Sr. The C. B. Meyers and WilU|TO Meyers attended a family picnj$ at the state park in Algona day for the Robert Padgetts, route from Washington to tral Ameria where he is ployed at the U. S. Embassy. Linda Erdman, Ames, spent the weekend with her parents, the W. G. Erdmans. ] ; The Albert Fishes were Sujlr day guests at Gerald Richard/ son's, Britt. Corwith-Wesley Music ers were host to nearly chorus and band students 4. Special thanks go to the junior class sponsors including Mr. Warner, Mr. Palmer, Mr. Sonk- se'n, and especially Mr. Van Haaften. The juniors themselves deserve credit for a job well done. Also the junior parents, faculty, the administration, and the merchants of Algona receive thanks for their help and cooperation. Robbie'Claude, Karla Sjogren, Debbie Johnson, Debbie Huber, and Mike Belts were selected by the junior high student body as representatives of good citizenship. The junior high faculty will vote! among these five for the best citizen to represent the junior high at the awards assembly and receive the citizenship award given by the Daughters of .the American Revolution. Students wishing to enroll in summer typing obtained information through Mr. Allen last week, —AHS— The Industrial Arts Fair will be held Monday, May 10 in the high school gym from 7:30-9:30. fjjne counties will be represented. All "students, parents, and the general public are invited to attend. went 'by "school"-bus to the Vei- sha festivities at the Iowa State University. IPS elects new directors Iowa Public Service Company shareholders re-elected all 'nine IPS directors at the company's annual meeting held May 5 in Sioux City. ^ --• The directors are E. M Raun, Ray Burke, T. C. Grindberg, Duane S. Kidder and G. A. Neal, all of Sioux City, Gust Olson, Jr. and M. W. Parr of Waterloo, H. N. Sharrow of Chicago and L. E. Yeager of New York. At a meeting of the IPS board of directors immediately following the annual meeting, E. M. Raun was re-elected chairman of the board and president. Other officers of the company re-elected by the board are: F. W. Griffith, executive vice president, W. H. Tyler, Edward Rjaisch>,Di:i,B:^ymond, M; W. 1 Parr and R. G; Ruisch, all vice presidents; E. K. Corporon, treasurer, M. F. Gardner, controller and secretary, J. C. Carlson, assistant treasurer and C. L. Willison, assistant secretary. All are from Sioux City except M. W. Parr and R. G. Ruisch of Waterloo. The earliest known piece of knitting is from Arabia and may be as old as the 7th century B.C. FOR RENT /\ BY DAY LOCALLY OWNID ED WOLF, Owner, ALGONA Phone 295-5432 \ i May ^~ M«mb«r» of th Futur» Tweh- ers of America will have a spring picnic Monday night,"May 10 at Call State Park. 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