Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 14, 1965 · Page 2
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Student pilot needs more practice! 2-AL60NA (fowa) ADVANCE MONDAY, JUNE 14, 1965 ih grades above the primary. A iJMfieh wallsyitt pilti weighing close to seVefl pounds was caught at Clear Lake Oft Mefndfial Day by Carl Pearson, deputy auditor, in moss beds a halfmile off shore from the business district. Fishing With Mr, Pearson were H, B. White, Wm. F. Steele, and 1. G. Dewel. Adequate defense, the universal draft, and a justification of the entrance of the United States into each of the wars in Its history Were the keynotes in W. Earl Hall's Memorial Day address at the high school audi< tofium. Following the talk Mr, Hall, a past state commander of the Legion, 1 joined members of the local post in the parade to the cemetery. Adequate defense is a necessity,^Mr. Hallsaid.-All the United States has got out of disarmament conferences is wrecked ships, while other nations got blue prints. Till other nations are equally willing to scrap navies and armies the United States should maintain its defense. Tfii Ufpit class in the Hli< toty of the Bart H. & was grid' Uated last week. It consisted of 27, 14 beys, and 13 girls, they were Willis Vogel, Richard dhipmaft, Ralph arid Mervifi Bfistow, Ranald ortrfian, Udyd Saathof, Cecil Long, Lofeh Clayton, Robert Esarey, Wallace Winkle, Buby Sanderson, M afld :MiX-.8tihMutefi 1 Lo'vstad, Lofaitie Koliaifeii, Ma* He 1 BUillni, Defothy Bros**, Gene vie ve Patterson, H42«1 Dickmeyefj AHetlfe Oantett, Nfr Mafirt, Lyaia MitiSfflrth, and Oracle tiodfefdtiottf ioris Avery and ftteh, liotus Elstott/ Hamilton CALL... 5- FOR EXPERT AND EFFICIENT Plumbing & Heating ; • Fa^t Service •Competitive Rates • DependeWe FUNK Plumbing & Heating South Dodge Algeha A STUDENT PILOT trying to get in a certain number of cross-country hours toward his pilot's license, escaped injury in this Piper PA 11 Thursday which was a total loss after coming to a stop in part of this half-acre pile of concrete due south of the shop hangar at the Algona Municipal Airport. The pilot, whose name is unknown, was attempting a landing to the southeast. There was a wind from NE 10-12 miles per hour at the time. The plane made three bounces in landing. On the third bounce the plane stayed on the ground, but because of the crosswind the left wing was lifted up and the right wing touched the ground causing the plane to turn in a southerly direction and he was airborne again with slow air speed — not enough to climb rapidly because he was going downwind. The ground speed was comparatively fast, though. One wing touched the concrete causing the plane to cartwheel and come to rest in a northeast- erly direction amidst debris from the Prisoner of War camp. Paris Miner and Wayne Johnson saw the crash and ran out -but the pilot was out of the plane. '"• The plane was owned by Lloyd Alsworth, 'of Fairmont, Minn., who operates the airport there. The accident was caused by the pilot's lack of experience and his landing crosswind. Photo by Glen Graham. I'M i n i M i Seen at the 4LGONA By t. H. C. M-I'-H I •! 14 'II •! -H-l' 1111 I I11 I May and June are proverbial "zero" months in the movie business. Manager Langfitt' has been fortunate in booking some sure-fire hits such as How The West Was Won which has kept his* theatre comfortably 'filled during this sciriip period. . The theatres' in Minneapolis have been less fortunate as"<i"ur- rertt productions shofy th'e effect of "tire summer doldrums.". -As a matter ; ofrfa'ct,' with 'the extep- ti oft -of su ch Toad-shbw fiiitiS "as Sound.-of Music .(at the Martn), My; Pair Lady (at the r At,aderny) and : -Mad,, - Mad' World ' (at' the Co6per),'tho shows at bur northern neighbor theatres have r ctm- ALGOMA Now thru Wednesday GEORGE MAHARIS 18 THE FORCE Starts Thursday sisted mostly of re-runs and mediocre offerings. A HigriuWindin Jamaica at the State attempts to cash in on Anthony Quinn's popularity in Zorba with little success. Moll Flanders at the Downtown World is an entertaining English film which loses some of its vlustre in -trying to compete \Sjrtth : the Mghly successful Tom Jones. In fact, the intimation is that Kim Novak is the feminine - counterpart of the male Tom Jones. But Tom Jones it ain't. Kim gives a creditable performance in the .title role but the - entire picture suffers from an attempt to capture the imagination and spontaneity of Tom Jones. As I noted in a column a few weeks ago, the public knows what it wants and no amount of publicity will drag it to a movie that fails to ring the'bell. AVord gets around^ and the -box office suffers. Personally, I enjoyed Moll and can'recommend it as a picture of scenic beauty and'a few sequences of unusual hilarity, I TOOK THE .occasion to see My. Fair Lady a secpnd time and can truthfully say, I enjoyed it more than the first time through. My Fair Lady is still running successfully at the luxurious, comfortable .and sound-perfect Academy, is in my humble estimation the greatest motion picture ever made from a purely entertaining standpoint. The music is superb as well as the settings and costuming and the tunes are a relief from the current rock and roll, hullabaloo, stuff that is being crammed down our throats and dinned into our ears over the air. Rex Harrison is entitled to his Oscar and I still think there was some hanky panky going on when they refused the coveted Oscar to Hepburn. She is almost perfect in her role as the flower girl turned into a lady. While Fair Lady is playing in many theatres around the nation, I strongly recommend your seeing it at the Academy, if you happen to visit Minneapolis. Afier^all, surroundings have much to do with your pleasure and the Academy is comfortable, newly remodeled one of the most homelike theatres in the mid- west. *•••••»•»»+++•+•••••»•«, 10 - 20 - 30 years Ago A weekly feature of by-gone days By Mike Stiljman JUNE 17 WAY TO KEEP WARM AT 20° BELOW! DRIVE IN Now Thru Tuesday TWUIIHIH ccmwn fca nusun dori* iUtu Jmme* garner Plu« 2nd Feature f June 7, 1955 t Festivities for th« homccom ing of Capt. Harold Fischer Jr. at Swea City included eleven bands, Gov. Hoegh, the head of the Iowa National Guard, a representative from both the Iowa American Legion and the VFW, besides a reporter from WCCO-TV, and the Mayor and Mrs. E. Hansen of Swea City. Despite a cold windy day with imnunent threats of rain there was a crowd of over 2,000 at the new court house dedication on Sunday. After a lapse of a year/ the Bancroft Lions returned to the Iowa State league and opened the home season last weekend. Jack Pudding was manager of the club. Russell Sonnenbfrg, 15, ion of the Ed Sonnenburgs, Tlton- ka, was recovering from a rifle shot wound when the rifle he was cleaning discharged and the bullet went into his hip. A family reunion was held on May 29 to honor Mrs. Paul MUler from Sandelfinger, Germany, who had been visiting with the Freda Siems' home and with other relatives. Mrs. Miller and Mrs. Siems were cousins. A third grade pupil from West Bend, Sandra Schupfer, 9 years old, had perfect attendance since 1951 when she started kindergarten. June 5, 1945 Iff awfully good to see the faces of some of the boys who have been across and who have returned following the defeat of Germany. Of one thing they are convinced—this is the best dog-gonned country io the world. They're a lot better convinced than some of the stay- at-homes. War Food Administration asking housewives to save merely one pound of used cooking fat every month underestimated the assiduity of Mrs. Paul Debusman of Wichita, Kansas, who turned to meat dealers in 1944 more than her weight--in. fat. Setting her weight, 118 pounds,' as her goal, Mrs. Debusman made available rubber, fabric, for synthetic paint, varnish, soap, and countless other war and ci v i 1 i a n manufacturers, 120V& pounds of used cooking fat. ,\ Jean, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Con Higgins, Whittemore, who early in the spring was selected as member of the advisory staff of Charm magazine, has now been awarded her trip to New York City, and a week at the Barbizon hotel. Donald Mitchell last week purchased the Thompson store building which is now occupied by the L. R, Daniels harness and shoe repair shop. Mr. Mitchell is to get, possession July 1, and will move his electric repair business in the building. Included in the Memorial Day parade Wednesday was a big delegation of soldier guards from the prisoner of war camp. FATIIII BATUMI 21 •Mi MlfMt •». f raiisdi lee! "Gift Ideas 9 Typewriters 9 Filing Equipment • Golf Clubs, Balls Cart Brief Cases Cameras Desk lamps Books & Adding Machines Hutzell's QffiMiStbMl Sup-plies L ALGONA Many former servicemen were also in the line ;of march; and the parade was led by the Algona high school band. The war to date has resulted in 8,470 men losing one or both legs, and 2,530 losing one or both arms. Guess maybe as how buying a war bond isn't going to,, be, such, .a big hill for us at Kjjjfoe,,to .climb, jSi,it?,,, ,,, r,-. .. June 6, 1935 Margaret Blossom and Ella Zumach are among 262 students just graduated from the State Teachers college. The former received the degree of bachelor of arts and Miss Zumach a diploma for L elementary teachers on • _ . appliances with certificates in specially ... marked bags of Robin Hood. 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