Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 7, 1965 · Page 5
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WHAT'S YOUR UNFINISHED BUSINESS? •^education for your children? Twin Rivers band leaves June 19 on Canada trip Bod* — Summer activities of Twin fcivers school include rehearsals of Jr. high band and 5th grade and individual lessons on instruments by Michael Palm. June 15 Twin Rivers band will march in Mason City and queen is Cynthia Holland, daughter of the Keith Hollands. June 19 the band goes to Canada, There will be swimming lessons twice a week, pupils going by bus to Kumboldt. Then there will be summer baseball, evening games in Twin Lakes Conference. Dennis Anderson is in charge. vVmortgog* on your horn*? TV nest-egg for your retirement? 7\ providing for your family? it's all... MIGHTY IMPORTANT BUSINESS H«ve yen time to complete it? Your "unfinished business" becomes completed business with * Central lif* in- ftiranc* JN*f ram. Date were guests at Albert Melle's Sunday following cohfitma* tioh of Greg ttelle at Lutheran church in Humboldt. Dr. T. F. Gullixson, the Rev. J. L. Grimsriids, Minneapolis, arid Nolan Ellehsons, Des Moi- ncs, were guests of the Marian Berges Memorial day. Mrs. Gri> msrud and Mrs. Ellenson are Dr. Guliixson's daughters. Julia Johnson, Algona, the Glen Johnsons and A. G. Loth- ians, Storm Lake, 0. M. Nordly and the W. C. Nowells, of Fort Dodge, were callers at Thor Selvig's. ii i Seen at the \LGONA By T. H. C. •MM 11 u.i ii 11 imin ii i JOHN BURNS 105 South Colby 295-2503 ALGONA Representing "One of the Best" CENTRAL LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY Des Moines, Iowa Est. 1896 SERVICES HELD Memorial day services were held in Twin Rivers auditorium May 30. The address was by Pastor Robert J. LeMone, Ottosen. The cemeteries were in prime condition, due to pains-taking efforts of Rfr. Walter Bakken, graves were artistically decorated and there was a large attendance. Kathryn Sween, daughter of the Kenneth Sweens, Colorado Springs, Colo., received a scholarship from the womens board of St. Francis hospital. She is a senior at Wasson. She plans to enter Colorado university in the fall for four years of nursing education, leading to a bachelor of science degree. She is the daughter of a registered nurse, Mrs. Sween, who is the former Erma Rood, daughter of the late Joe Roods. Recognized for four years of Sunday school after confirma- ;ion in St. Olaf Lutheran church May 30 were Margaret Bakken, ilobert Bjordal, Linda Hankins, Grracia Kraabel, Roger Larson, Rita Nielsen, Cynthia Rolland, Kay Sorlien, Virginia Tompkins. The Royal Hansens spent Memorial weekend in Elkader at Vernett Embertson's, and attended graduation at Luther college, Decorah. The Dr. Ralph Aasheims and Mrs. Ernest Ellingson spent the Memorial weekend with the Maurice Aasheims, and Miles Hel- mens. Saturday the Aasheims and Miles Helmen went to Northfield, Minn., where Mrs Aasheim had a class reunion. Mrs. John Thorson, the Floyd Sherrills, Thor, and Mrs. John Swenson, Jolley, were guests at Esther Opheim's and at Mrs. Viola Thompson's Sunday. Mrs. Leroy Worby, Mrs. Chas. Thatcher, Mrs. Carmen Pflibsen and Mrs. Viola Thompson were in Fort Dodge Tuesday taping a radio program for Christian Woman Speaks June 8. The Seth Amelungs, Mason City, and grandchildren Mark and Elizabeth Ahlrichs, of Waseca, were Memorial weekend visitors at Leon Gangestad'.s "Syfvii" coming »o «h* Algone Theatre Sunday. "••••'• ;efs had the guest book, t-tardt is the son of Mrs. Zit- Mfs. Jack Myers served punch, and Mrs. Vefhoti Kfull poured. Mesdames Jack Myers, Ronald Rodgers, and Russell Rodgers wore waitresses. Out of town guests were from Eagle Grove, Swea Rock and Algona. City, Lone Taking a brief look at the June calendar, there are some interesting and provocative pictures coming up. Carroll Baker that much publicized "sex" sym bol, is in two movies, one ol which I've seen. I'll come to thai later. In his column in the Minneapolis Tribune, After Last Night, i Will Jones devotes considerable space to one Joey Heatherton, who appears in some sort of a mystery thriller called My Blood Runs Cold. Jones scarcely men- ions the play but stresses the 'girl watching" angle of Joey's: -le comments that he is fascinated by the grace and agility of ;his young lady. You can take it from there. If you think that's your dish or if you're a "girl watcher," this might be a picture for you. Sylvia, with Carroll Baker and George Maharis, is a rather sordid story of what we might call a "soiled flower" but is quite interesting with the exception of one revolting rape scene, which could easily have been omitted. It is currently being shown in first run theatres throughout the country, but the sex-angle is quite apparent. Cheyenne Autumn, again with a subdued Carroll, has received a controversial reception from the critics but all stress the beauty of scenery and it should be a picture to see. Richard Widmark is always a joy to behold and while I haven't seen the movie, I'll make it a must in my book. You can't always trust the critics. CARROLL BAKER/ one of Hollywood's most exciting performers, stars with George Maharis in "Sylvia," Martin Poll's explosive production for Paramount which opens Sunday at the Al gona Theatre. —Thursday thru Saturday "Ride The Wild Surf" 7:25 - 9:30 —Saturday matinee at 1:30 —Sunday "Sylvia" —Monday thru Wednesday 1:30-3:25-5:20-7:30-9:45 "Sylvia" 7:15-9:25 John Dale and Mrs. Synnova TRAILER HOUSE INSURANCE GONE UP? SEE US FOR LOW-COST MOBILE HOME-OWNERS PACKAGE POLICY Blossom Insurance Agency 109 N. Dodge Street Rhone 5-2735 ALGONA MONUMENTS - MEMORIALS FLUFFY, with Shirley Jones and Tony Randall, is another "hot" release and one which is probably better than anything /ou'll see on TV. As a matter of 'act, almost anything on the June calendar is better than vou'll see with all the re-runs :hat are coming through in the ittle "box." 1 was curious to see How The West Was Won on the local screen after seeing it in Cinera- ma on the giant screen at the hooper theatre in Minneapolis. But various complications; prevented this until the last night and then I was able to witness only about ten minutes of this great production. However, ] found the color and restricted picture most effective and while the two differential lines were more apparent in the smaller projection, it should not serious ly diminish enjoyment of the film. It is not often that I forsake the movies for TV but on this particular evening I hurriec home to see the Movie of the Week, Bad Day At Black Rock, an all-time favorite of mine, with Spencer Tracy and Robert Ryan. So, as a matter of fact, I wasn't deserting my beloved movies for the TV. Bad Day, after five or six years, was just as thrilling and effective as when I first saw it on the silver screen. I hope they'll bring it back to its original "home" some day for a rerun; I'd see it again with pleasure: one of the greatest! AWARDS GIVEN In listing the awards for the graduating seniors at Algona high school three were inadvertently omitted. Ann Wilson received the D.A.R. award of $20; Jo Ellen Baas the $25 Bel Canto award and Jackie Kinden the Ingersoll Forensic award. Band queen named at Swea City Swea City — Cheryl Kvamsdale will represent Swea City as queen at the North Iowa Band Festival in Mason City June 15. She is the daughter of the Earl Kvamsdales and graduated this year. She played clarinet in concert band and was a majorette in marching band.. She has been a member of Girls glee club and mixed chorus and in instrumental ensembles. She was Homecoming Queen, has been a cheerleader and is active in Luther League. The band will leave by bus at 8 a.m. Swea City and Lone Rock pair :..<•-. . - I married here Water fountain to be installed at Ottosen Ottosen — Ladies Rural Club met Thursday with Mrs. Annie Lcist. Mrs. Lester Wehrspann read the scripture. Mrs. Edward Zinnel, welfare chairman, reported six letters sent to various local organizations about obtaining a water fountain for the town. Five replies were received. Mrs. Fowler is to see a fountain is purchased. A spring flower show was held and there were five entries. Mrs. Eugene Hofius had first, Mrs. Essie Cooper second, Mrs. Kermit Fowler third, and Mrs. Annie Leist fourth. Rodney Grcss has been added to the staff employed by the Banners elevator. Lutheran Church Women met Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Donald Usher. Mrs. Robert J. -.e Mont gave the devotions. A donation was made to Alaska childrens home. Mrs. Le Mont showed a film about Lutheran World Relief. Ruth and Sara Usher, stu- den,ts at Ames, came home Saturday. Ruth will return Tjes- day for summer school and >iara will stay at home this summer. Martha Usher, who teaches at Ames, is on a two months western trip with another teacher. Ex-Ledyard man dies in crash in Colorado Ledyard — A former Ledyard resident, Lee Hardt, of Denver Colo., died as the result of ai accident Saturday night in Colo rado, according to word receiv ed by relatives here. phy Hardt of Ledyard afid his brother is Supi Quentin Hardt of Havelock, near Fort bodge. Hardt's wife is hospitalized in critical condition as a result of the accident and Joe Dyer, formerly of Ledyard, is hospitalized in serious condition. Dyer has possible internal Injuries and a broken shoulder. His mother is Mrs. Eunice Dyer now a resident of Heritage Home at Bancroft. Mrs. Zilphy Hardt left imme- ALGONA (low.) ADVAMCt-5 MONDAY, JUNI T diately for with her Havelock to stay grandchildren and Supt. and Mrs. Hardt left for Denver to make rangcmcnts. funeral ar- ROBIN — A traveling robin has built her nest under a dynamite truck trailer at Bennett Explosives, Inc., in Manchester, for the third succcssiv year. The the third successive year. The each week on trips into Illinois and in Iowa, but the robin simply rides along, sitting on her eggs. Patter tfm farewell at Swea City Swea City — Rev. W. B. Cain, of the Baptist church, gave his farewell sermon Sunday. The Cains arc moving this week to Shubert, Neb., where he has a smaller charge because of poor health. He has served the local congregation four years, and will complete 40 years in the ministry in August. Rev. B. A. Ilegier, Lewistown, Mont., will be speaker Sunday at the Bap list church. The Regiers are vis iting relatives in Armstrong. >»»»»»»*»»+»»»»»»»»»»»«»»»»»»»«»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»•»< Qet Set for Sunshine ENDS WEDNESDAY, JUNE 9 Troy Donahue Joey Heatherton Barry Sullivan in "My Blood Runs Cold" PAMAVISION* t torn WARNER BftOft. A-GO-GO! AT PIER 18 on Highway 18 at CLEAR LAKE, IOWA PRESENTING... Lois Carter Discotheque Dancer Direct From Chicago SUNSUITS Cutest clothes in kiddieland! Sun-lovin' suits in cool cotton fabrics. Generously sprinkled with precious appliques. So much fashion for such a tiny price! Select from many styles in pretty pastels for 9 to 24 month infants. ONLY IACH SHEAKLEYS "Algona's Fashion Center For Women & Girls" +++++++++++++++++++++4++++++++++*++++*+*+***+*+<n ^wv-sf^e^te^ *.-»--^^iB^5*r-'''*=&^^^*v -*=-^g^^s^ T ^*^^K*^ ' -w^^fc^^ : -v3'^i^ i ^^*- s =*^B»i£^V' l *^a«fc£^V?r*3a»*jgH-'; P5^V*-<i31Bi5^.U=a<lBWE^:.ts^alR^:'-^^>WS^.i^*3*i"K^.j*^ Sharon Kaye Rodgers, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Rodgers, Lone Rock, was married to Daniel Cliften Sykes, son of Mr. and Mrs. Cliften Sykes, Swea City, at the Algona Methodist church May 28. Rev. Newton Coughenour performed the doubly ring ceremony. Mrs. 1 'Ve'rnon krull, Algona, was matron of honor, with Vernon Krull as the best man. A reception was held at the Vernon Krull's. Mrs. Ronald DRIVE IN, NOW THRU TUESDAY Dean Kinsman, owner of Algona Monv ment Co,, wishes to remind you th.it thtrt can never be a substitute for i monument , , , of knowing yew marked the final resting place of your departed loved one in thf proper mannff. Algona Monyment Co. offers a wide ft Iff. ti9n which they can fvrnifh in varioys. si*- es, style* and designs. If yey wish t« five, please before you buy, write or fill ?9S- 55$5 Algona Monyment C?., and let them give yoy thf ficti apoyt monument! and markers, both granite an«J bronif, for cent- fteries and memorial Gartfenf. Alton* Phone 39HMI Co, Algona, low* MICHAEL CALLAN-DEAN JONES PLUS SECOND HIT! MUL NEWMAN 40ANNE WOODWARD i A good contractor... and Home Federal Savings & Loan Assn. are a "goodtearn " ANEW NO OF TVCHNICOLOM MAURICE CHEVALIER CALL... 5-3234 FOR EXPERT AND EFFICIENT Plumbing & Heating f Put Service e) Competitive Ritet «, Dependable FUNK Plumbing & Heating ; South Dodge Like a pitcher and a catcher, a good contractor and Home Federal Savings & Loan Assn. of Algona work hand in hand. The contractor will assure you a house that will give you years of satisfaction , , . and Home Federal will make sure your loan is tailored to your income. Come in anytime and talk over your home needs with us — we are at your service . . , serving a 50-mile radius of Algona at all times, Build - Remodel - Refinance with a loan from North Iowa's top lending institution SEE US ABOUT A HOME LOAN TODAY! Home Federal Savings & Loan Assn. "ALL ACCOUNTS FULLY INSURED TO 510,000" SINCE 1917 — "Save From The 10th — Earn From The First" — ALGONA, IOWA

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