New Books Opining Houri: Men., Toes., Thuri., 1:30 - 6 p.m., 7 - 8:30 p.m.; Wad. * . 11:30 a.m., 1:30 * 6 p.m., 7 * •:30 p.m.; Frl. 12-6 p.m., 7 - 8i30p.m.; Sat. 9 . 11:30 a.m., 1:30-6 p.m. Over 200 children have been participating in the Algona Public Library reading ITCltil Honeycomb Gold TUMBLER SET 97' Serve frosty-cool drinks in these handsome glass tumblers! Honeycomb gold, 11 '.-i-oz. size. 18-9134 rMINUTES FROM COBO CM & FISHER BLDGS. DOWNTOWN DETROIT A Downtown Motor Hotel with Pro Overnight Parking en Our Adjoining lot 300 PINE ROOMS AND SUITES AT LOW PRICES Air Conditioned and TV Roomi Private Bath Slnglei tC50 Doubles flfcO from *w\ from */ u I ENTERTAINMENT NIGHTLY CONVENIENT DINING Telephone (313) 831-8600 HOTEL ERICAN 401 TEMPLE AT CASS AVE. We Honor Dineri and American Express Credit Cardu program which began the last of May and will dose on the 29 of July. Mfs. Otville Duncan is in charge of the program. Listed below ate a few of the new books that are in the children's library. The Star Chief by Andrea Dinoto. Mitch and Amy by Beverly Cleary. Secret of Batting by Gene Woodling. T. V. Dancer by Regina Woody. Grandmother Oma by Use Kleberger. NON FICTION THE PURPLE MARTIN by J. L. Wade. THE UNSINKABLE CHARLIE BROWN by Charles M. Schulz. FOUR SCREENPLAYS OF INGMAR BERGMAN by Lars Malmstrom. ILAUGHS FROM THE DUGOUT by Milton J. Shapiro. THE LIVING WHITE HOUSE by Lonnelle Aikman. MR. LINCOLN'S MASTER SPY, LAFAYETTE BAKER by Arthur Orrmont. THE HOLY LAND IN THE TIME OF JESUS by Norman Kotker. 'LA VIDA by Oscar Lewis. SCREENPLAYS by Michelangelo Antonioni. THE CHANGING YEARS by Madeline Gray. FICTION THE GIFT SHOP by Charlotte Armstrong. THE GLORY TENT by William E. Barrett. THE WALKING STICK by Winston Graham. THE KING OF THE CASTLE by Victoria Holt. TREBLJNKA by Jean-Francoise Steiner. THE EIGHTH DAY by Thornton Wilder. THE ANTHEM by Noel B. Gerson. THE THOUSAND HOUR DAY by Richard Lockridge. SANCTUARY by Frank Swinnerton. •MURDER FOR ART'S SAKE by Leo Rosten. RED IS THE VALLEY by Joseph Wayne. Ex-Titonka lady dies in Easl Mrs. Adah F. Patterson, formerly of Titonka, died Wednesday at Montgomery general hospital, Olney, Md., where she had been a patient for almost a month. Death was due to a malignancy. Funeral services were held Saturday afternoon and burial was in George Washington cemetery beside her husband who died several years ago. Survivors are sons Homer of Texas and Douglas of Princeton, New Jersey, also three grandchildren. The Pattersons lived in Titonka for about eight years where he was minister for the Methodist church and from there they were assigned to the Methodist church at Belmond. They then moved to a suburb of Washington, D. C. In October last year Mrs. Patterson sold their home and took up residence at Leisure Living, a retirement area near Silver Springs. Correspondent Grace Karr, Cordova, last May ended her career of 51 years in journalism as she retired as a county correspondent for the Pella Chronicle. Mrs. Karr had written the Cordova News for 40 years. Algona swimming team active this summer How at no EXJRA CHARGE! COMPLETE ON-THE-FARM TIRE I SERVICE*? o Flats Repaired Promptly • Tractor Tires Recapped • Tube Valves Replaced • Tirei liquid Filled, Drained, Replaced • Complete Line of Goodyear Farm, Truck end Auto Tire* SEE US OR CALL US NOW for fait, dependable service I GOOD/^EAR HILTON'S SINCLAIR SERVICE PICTURED ABOVE are the members of the Algona swimming Team who placed first in a triangular meet July 13 at the Algona pool. From left to right they are, back, Kevin Lynch, Ryan Lynch, Bruce Marshall, Rick Nielsen, Bob Lickteig, Javier Febles, Sergio Febles, Jon Clap- saddle; second row, Tim Clark, Mike Cooper, Buckshot Nielsen, Paul Martin, Shannon Lynch, John Peterson, Duke Straub; front, Candy Pfeffer, Mary Straub, Misty Lloyd, Ann Schutter, Cathy Straub, and Debbie Utt. Swimming coach Jim Johnson is shown standing at right. Exclusive Advance Photo by Mike Stillman. Algona wins in triangular swim meet July 13 The Algona Swimming Team defeated Emmetsburg and Estherville July 13 in a triangular meet at the Algona pool. The Algona team won 20 of 44 events to score 237 points, with Emmetsburg second with 194 points and Estherville 3rd with 181. The Algona swimmers were particularly strong in the Boys 12 and under age group, where they won five of six events, with Shannon Lynch and Paul Martin turning in one-two sweeps in both freestyle events. Two new records were registered. The first was the Boys 13-15 100 meter freestyle relay team, composed of Ryan Lynch, Jon Clapsaddle, Bob Lickteig and Bruce Marshall, which set an Algona record of 1.02.8. The second was a pool and Algona swimmer record of 35.3 seconds by Jim Johnson in the Boys 16 and over 50 meter breaststroke. Jim Johnson also won the 100 meter Individual Medley and the 50 meter butterfly in his age group. In the individual medley, Kevin Lynch finished second for another first-second combination. Double winners for Algona were Shannon Lynch in the Boys 12 and under 50 freestyle and 25 free with Paul Martin finishing second in each for sweeps; Skip Perkins in the boys 14 and over one meter diving and open three meter diving; and Ryan Lynch in the Boys 13-15 50m. breaststroke and 50 meter freestyle, with Jon Clapsaddle finishing second in the free for a one-two sweep. Other Algona individual winners were Barb Diamond in the 12 and under 25 backstroke, with Candy Pfeffer second for a sweep; Randy (Buckshot) Nielsen in 12 and under boys 25 backstroke, with John Peterson second; Bruce Marshall won the boys 13-15 25 m. butterfly; Bob Smith in the 16 and over 50 m. freestyle; and Sue Walker in the 13-15 breaststroke. Other relay teams which won for Algona were the boys 12 and under 100 m. freestyle and medley relays, both swum by John Peterson, Shannon Lynch, Buckshot Nielsen and Paul Martin; the boys 13-15 100 m. freestyle relay, composed of Ryan Lynch, Jon Clapsaddle, Bob Lickteig and Bruce Marshall; and the boys 16 and over 200 meter freestyle relay, with Kevin Lynch, Bob Smith, Tim Clark and Jim Johnson swimming. The girls 13-15 100 m. freestyle relay, Kathy Straub, Ann Schutter, Debbie Utt and Susan Walker, tied Emmetsburg for first. Other Algona swimmers who scored points, but did not win events were Javier Febles, Duke Straub, Misty Lloyd, Mary Straub and Sergio Febles. The AJgona team was scheduled in a quadrangular at Estherville Wednesday evening July 19. \ Swimmers lose July 5 at Emmetsburg The Algona Swimming Team was hosted at Emmetsburg on July 5 and was dunked by the Emmetsburg team 2\\Vz to 140V 2 . The Algona divers proved to be a strong point, winning three of four events in which they were entered. Thirteen year old Sue Walker won both 13 and under and 14 and over one meter diving events. 7 i'ckshot Nielsen .placed first in 13 and under one meter and third in 14 and over one Paul Martin finished 13 and under in one meter, second meter. Triple Algona winners were Jim Johnson and Susan Walker. Double winners were Shannon Lynch, Buckshot Nielsen, and Jennifer Limbaugh. Ann Taylor won one event. Algona relays which won were the 12 and under boys freestyle and the 13-15 boys freestyle. Burt last Saturday. Fortnightly club will meet July 21 at Mrs. E. C. Schwietert's. The H. W. Jackmans, O'Niell, Nebr., were weekend guests at F. L. Ryerson's. He is District Superintendent there and is a former Methodist pastor in Burt in ths 1940's. The Melvin Johnsons arc vacationing in Colorado. The Rudy Willretts and Lyle Marlows went to Fairmont July 16 to visit Mrs. Louis Rich man, a patient at the Methodist Rest Home following a heart attack. Mrs. Anna Zanke, former Burt resident, is Mrs. Richman's roommate and the E. C, Schwieterts, Burt, and Mrs. Erma Harvey, Swea City, were also visitors Sunday at the Rest Home. Rev. Vehling, Ernest Lavrenz and Lois Grocn went to Iowa City Monday to visit Mrs. Nettie Lavrenz, a patient at University hospital for several weeks. She is some better and in a phone call to the committee of the Ladies Aid of St. John's Lutheran church, thanked them for the gift she received from them. Algeria (low*) AdVaftt*"*4 WURSflAY, JjJLY M, Ifg 1900 watch races here Friday night Friday night races at the Kossuth Speedway in Algona provided lots of excitement for' 1900 fans. The "B" Feature turned into an almost "Demo Derby" as four cars were completely demolished. The cars involved belonged to Richard Frost, Wesley; Roger Wittier, Spirit Lake; and James Hampe and Dave Has- musson, both of Britt. Of sixteen cars starting, only seven crossed the finish line in this feature. Race results are as follows: Time trials, 18.51, Gene Schattschneider, Algona; Trophy Dash, 1st, Schattschneider; First Heat, 1st, Loren Purvis, Ames; Second Heat, 1st, Carl Vander Wai, Ames; Third Heat, 1st, Jim Edgington, Algona; Semi-Main, 1st, Schattschneider; Main, 1st, Edgington; 2nd, Purvis; 3rd Vander Wai. In the special Powder Puff Race, Doris Purvis was first, Peggy Hilbert, second and Virginia Dodds, third. Next week the Second Anual Super Stock Car Championship Race will be held with a $1,000 purse paid. POINT STANDINGS Del Stokke ._ . .1102 Gene Schattschneider 1085 Butch Householder 1035 Carl Vander Wai 695 Les Frieden 691 Rov Peitz . 689 The hardest job a kid faces is learning good manners without seeing any. Mrs. George Hawcett »«eeeeeeeee»eee««««»ee Guests at the Ed Smiths, Jr., are the Steve Grists and Kurtis, Sacramento, Calif. They visited his folks in Ohio also and will fly home next week. Mabel Campney is a patient at the Clarion hospital since r at the —* 1200 ROOM HOTEL i Faribault County NEW YORK CITY Your Ideal headquarters — eloae to attractions, shopping, sightseeing, flne dining and entertainment TEAK 'ROUND SWIMMING FOOL TO GUESTS ftatea, Including TV aad •Ir-eendltlonlng from SMS single SI 145 doable Call: PLaia MOOD or write the 8HELTON TOWERS HOTEL Leilngton Are. 4M« St., NYC • Send free literature and money I saving Courtesy Card to WHO, ME? 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