Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 9, 1967 · Page 9
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 9, 1967
Page 9
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Alqona ho^uth County TMUatOAY, MOV, ?, 1H7, ALOOWA, IOWA - As announced . the children's library received many fine — books that will prove kiwi* tible to the picture book age, books for the pre-schootef, books designed to appeal par* ticularly to young people with many brilliant illustration! of pictures, and many others such as science, mystetlea, cookbook, stories in ve»e, animal stories, and books for the children just beginning to read and mafiy olheti 1 . These books listed below are just a few of the newly added books to your childrems Library. A DROP OF BLOOD by Paul . Showers. This is a lete read and find out Science book. LONDON BRIDGE IS FALLING DOWN by Peter Spier. The illustrations in this book will delight any young child. MISS TESSffi TATE by Jean Horton Bey. Just took at the cover will be enough to intrigue the child. MAGIC SECRETS by Rose Wyler and Gerald Ames. This is a book of maigte tricks. THE BOY WHO ATE FLOWERS by Nancy Shetmaa. Fanciful story of a little boy who developed a strange and remarkable appetite for flowers. Qluatrat- de by William Dugar Mke none other. "SAINTS FOR THE SMALL by Frank Norus. The story of 50 different striking individuals that will interest the young reader as well . as 'teach. HANSEL AND GRETEL 'by Griimm, Jacob and Wilhelm. An old story illustrated by William Dugar like none other. NED, ED AND THE LION by Jan B. Balet. Jan Ballet's story and brilliant pictures will prove irresistible to the picture book age. A ZOO IN HER BED by Marietta Martin. A delightful , story in verse. ' u ., •',- ; WHAT Dt) 1-SAY'by'Ndrtna 4 " Simon. Story for children just beginning to read. SANDY SIGN HIS NAME by Myra Berry Brown. Story tor children just learning to write. A GIFT FROM THE LOVELY DOLL by Dare Wright. Story with pictures you won't be able to resist. Other New Books in the Children's Library. iMY FAVORITE FUNNY BOOK by Bill Adler. GWAT! by George Mendoza. THE MAN WHO HAD TO INVENT A FLYING BICYCLE by Mildred Wilds Willard. WHERE THE WILD APPLES GROW by John Hawkinson. THE SAND PONIES by Erika Weilhs. DARK HORSE BARNABY by Marjorie Reynolds. PATROL CAR by Roderic Jeffries, TIM, THE FOOTBALL NUT by C. Paul Jackson. THE FLAXY MARE by Glenn Baton. THE HATCHING OF JOSHUA COBB by Margaret Hodges. THE SEA EGG by L. M. Boston. THE SPACE HUT by Esther Wier. THE TEAM THAT COULDN'T LOSE by Matt Christopher. MISS TESSIE TATE by Jean . Horton Berg, TAKE JOY! by Tasha Tudor. (Christmas Book) BETY AND MR. KJLPAT- RICK by Carolyn Haywood. THE BIG YELLOW BALOON by Edward Tenton. SCIENCE BOOKS ROCKET by Julian May, THE MOON by Isaac Asimov. AIRPLANES by Edward Victor. MYSTERY BOOKS THE MYSTERY FUGITIVE HOUSE by Fredric Martin. TREASURY ON HERON'S NECK by Elizabeth Ladd. MYSTERY ON NINE-MILE MARSH by Mary C. Jane. MYSTERY IN LITTLE BREEZE STREET by Page Carter. Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Bailey, Bearing, celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary on Oct. 16th. In Mrs, Bailey's family there has been three generations who have all had their golden weddjing anniversary; •her parents, her grandparents as well as one sister and three brothers. Roy Mueller, and the ftttffi «1 grandfather, ft gum, by proxy were the Roger Bakers. Chap* lain And Mrs, Baker held ft reception in their home. Attending included the James targums and Michael, the Roger Bakers, and Chaplain •and Mrs. Norton. iHdllee Krause, student at LaCrosae, Wis, spent the weekend at home and attend- ed the homecoming feStViMes at Se«tfai Friday. Hollee, who was last year's homecoming queert, crowned the ftew queen, Ml Blattthafd. Het cousin, Robert Krause, was <3rowned king. Her parents, the Herb Krauses and daiugh- ,ters, and the grandparents, . the> Otis Engiands, Ringsted, took ttollee back SU Mike'ttaMeI f student* Of daf ralk, ami Biti Ha«et, who attends Wftrtburg &ti> ege at Waver1y f spen* the weekend with their parents, the Paul Hassete. Jo Ann Binzen, dau^htet or the Bob Binzetis, and Jo tducfo^ ^jsriKiLjeSsM Bancroft girl married Montgomery. He was graduated from the Montgomery high school in 1963 and is now a senior at Mankatto State. They are living at Montgomery. . Seneca Mrs. Henry Looft Seneca — JoAnn Karen Breese, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis A. Breese, rural •Bancroft, and Bob Gerald Me- OuflQough, Mankato, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bob J. McOuUough, Montgomery, Minn., were married Oct. 7, at the Holy Redemer Catholic church at Montgomery with the Rev. "Father Francis Tomek offldat- ing at the double ring ceremony. . . . Joyce Balk, of Rushmore, .Minn., was maid of honor and brtdeOnaJds were Linda Onken, Wihnont, Minn., and Mary Gale Longley, Faritault, 'Minn. tBeat 'man was Don, Carlson, •Montgomery, Minn. Groomsmen were Matt Yzaguirre, .Mtoneapolis, and Dennis Kr- lautkremer, Montgomery. Mrs. Mallt Yzaguirre, sister of the groom, was the bride's per- isonal attendant. Paul Griffin, St; Paul, and Mike Ptreble, Montgomery, usihea*. Music was by Sister Valeria, who also accompanied the soloist, Mrs. Joseph Kohout, Montgomery. A reception was held at the Leigioni club at Montgomery from 2 to 5 p.m. Peggy Hassels^has won a ^.^^ »i^^ein9^2aguirir«i Jnl^ of 'the groom, had the guest Lutherans, a fraternal life in ....._ Marlene Smith, who was graduated from the Iowa Bea- tity school of Des Moines on Sept. 13 has been visiting her parents and friends. She wiU <go to Des Moines to take the state board tests Nov. 6 and 7. The Maurice Bernhards of rural Bancroft, and Roy Hie- ,gls and Carol Kliegl, WMtte- more, were guests Oct. 30 at Wdilliam Bernhard's for Billy's birthday. The Maurice Bernhards and the Roy Klegls are Billy's grandparents. The John Streuckers and Tom and Hollie Krause were ilast Sunday guests of the Wm. Hantelmans, Fenton. Bill Hassel, son of the Paul scholar- book. Punch was served by Mre. Richard Heinitz, Keteter, Minn., and an aunt of the igroom, Mrs. Gladys Hartman, St. Paul, poured. The cake surance society. The schblarr ship is to be used during the cunrent academic school year. He is a student at Wartburg College, Waverly. Hie was 0*. * WitUf |*vrw* v«*. •»•*. *.M«V \APim?jy?» WaiVC**/. »*JC nvu» was cut by M!rs. Fred Brick- .graduated from Sentral high sen, Lone Rock, sister of the school last spring and plans bride, and Mrs. George Kjafr, to become a minister. tuUtM* .DAM^| .MiA hntrfo'io finimt -n ir~4t~l»» -I , West Bend, the bride's aunt. Gifts were opened by Sheryl and Vicki Breese, steters of the bride. Gifts were recorded by Mrs. Kent Olsen, (Shirley Osborn) Fairmont, arid (Mrs. Jerome Betterman (Judy Luedtke). She is a graduate of Senltral Mgh school, and of Mankato Renee Votteler, daughter of the Ervin VoDtelers, spent ilast weekend, with her par- enits. She is a student at Mankato. Michael Dean Bergum, son of the James Bergums, was baptized Oct. 15 at the Chapel by the Sea, Newport, R. I. Chaplain M. Dean Baker off•*"H> ••"••• • •? ——— • —— ^_siIH£'ft«A State college, and is teaching jciated. Sponsors were (he 8th and 9th grade English at maternal grandmother, Mrs Christmas it still tlx week* away but it i* net tee early te mike your JEWELRY SELECTION ... we have many lovely, lovely diamond* for your •election in our Diamond Room, ranging in site ell the way up to one and one and e half Karats. Now i* the time to make your leisurely selection — of course, we'll lay your gift away. Milk really tastes good! Mom it's good lor us. Most kids like milk, most any time, So be sure to keep plenty of pur flavorsqme, nutritious milk on hand, it's at your favorite store . . • or, w§ deliver. Nov. 21, the firM game. CHOOSE FROM DIAMOND RINGS UP TO AND INCLUDING 1'/ 2 KARATS BEAUTIFUL DIAMOND CLOSEOUT ON ALL LADIES AND MENS Wyler Watches PENDANTS Priced From 35°° to '300 BEAUTIFUL SELECTION! We still have a number of beautiful Wyler Welches left to close eut — ALL AT DISCOUNTS OF 50%. Some $125 ladies watches as low as $60. We are closing out fast on watches so stop in today. 50% OFF! MBHIMMIIHIHMMIIIIIIMIIIMIIIIMIIIIIMIII Genuine PEARLS COMPLETE HOLIDAY SELECTION! From . • • Selections are complete Leather Billfolds A CLASSIC SELECTION IN BROWNS AND BLACKS—ALL LEATHER 5.00 to s 25.00 RUSK DRUG & JEWELRY ALGONA, IOWA

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