Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 10, 1966 · Page 11
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Algona Library Opening Hours: Mon., toes., Thur,, 1:36-6 p.m.; 7-8:30 p.m.; Wed. 9-11:30 a.m.; 1:30-6 p.m.; 7-8:30 p.m.; Prl. 126 p.m.; 7-8:30 p.m.; Sat. 9-11:30 a.m.; 1:30-6 p.m. . . To Minneapolis for new cars Jack Row of Clarion,. Iowa, possessor of the third largest collection df Horatio AJger books in the United States, gave the Algona Public Library "plug" over WHO radio station a few weeks ago. Mr. Row, for a small refrnun eration, has presented the local library with about 20 copies of cloth bound volumes of some of the most pooular titles thai this prolific author—thought to be the world's largest contributor to the field of letters—has written. Some estimates of his production run into the millions. While some of the books are slightly thumb marked and yellow with age, they will dtelight many readers for nostalgic reasons. Probably few men and even women, in their 60's have, not read these thrilling tales of heroism. The theme is always the same—the poor boy, often an ornhan, who has succeeded bv dint of honesty, industry and all the various virtues. While Horatio Alger could DEAN f AYLOR ANb Harold Kuchenreuther bf Taylor Motor Co. were among representatives of 60 dealerships in Lincoln-Mercury bivision's twin Cities district participating in a mid-winter driveaway of 66 1966 Cdmet hardtops* which had been shipped to Ford Motor 'Company's Twin Cities assembly plant. Dealers and their top salesmen from Minnesota, North Dakota and -portions of South Dakota, Iowa and Wis- consin met at the Radisson Hotel in Minneapolis, Minn., for a New Orleans-style rally, even though temperatures called for parkas and fur-lined gloves and boots. Dealers received a warm send-off from William J. Moriarty, the division's Twin Cities district manager, before driving home their specially- painted orange arid black Comets. scarcely bs called a literary genius, still his books, from the standpoint of sheer popularity, must command a certain respect. Many phrases are stilted and antiquated which only adds to their clwmn. We would even recommend the reading of one or two of these volumes to youthful readers who might gain profit from observing the vast difference between what Alger wrote and what our modern generation of authors has given us in the trashy paper backs on sale today. A few of the titles which are Parents night dinner held by club at St. Joe St. Jos — St. Joe Trojans held parents night with a 6:30 pot-luck dinner Feb. 1 iri St. Joseph's school hall. Pledge of Allegiance was led by Robin Baugous. Record books were returned and Jerome Kohlhaas was selected as King candidate for the 4-H Fun Night Feb. 26. Calves will bs weighed at the Frank Reding farm Feb. 19. Kdssuth 4-H Day is scheduled for April 2 in Algona. A club benefit basketball game will be held in the St. Joe school gym with St. Joseph's grade teams with club teams Feb. 27-. A Kossuth 4-H basketball tournament is scheduled for March. Bruce Baugous is a new member. March meeting will be held with Robin and Bruce Baugous. Marvin Kohlhaas is reporter. will attend the wedding of Her- ( bert fiormann and Ma;rlene Ernst. Dr. Bormann, DVM and Herbert Bormann are brothers. The Roger Thuls, Carroll, spent' the weekend here with relatives, arid Mrs.' Thul and Bernard Thilges, Algona, were sporisors Sunday for Donald Lee Reding, son of the Gerald Redings at the Corwith Catholic church. Jack Kenrte, Las Vegas, Nev., visited relatives here last week. Jack, son of the John Kennes, is a nephew of the Ernest Bor- manrts, Ralph Kramers and Ernie Kramers, here, and a from Spencer by bus for Omaha dents are first year students induction center prior to leav-' ' """ • • ' "- on display -at $t<> library are typical "61 £Ke'theme of Algers contribution to the World of Letters, are as follows: Fame and Fortune, Slow and Sure, Bound to Rise, Do and Dare, Up From the Ranks, Brave and Bold, Strong and Sturdy, Store Boy, The Young Explorer, Young Salesman. If you are a middle aged per son of either sex, we heartily recommend a perusal of -one or two of these choice volumes and we may safely predict that they will bring back happy memories of the days when such reading was popular. We might add that many at tics still contain some of Al ger's books and since they of ten command almost fantastic prices for collectors, it migh' pay handsomely to begin a sea rch for them among your old books. If you find any of Horatio Al ger's books in your attic or book shelves, kindly bring them to the library—either as a gif or for profit. Mr. Row will eval uate them. SHOWER IS DATED Marlene E. Ernst was given a pre-nuptial shower in St. Joeph's hall Feb. 6. She is a daughter of the Roy Ernsts, lumboldt, and will be the bride of Herbert Bormann, son of the Henry Bormanns, St. Joe, Feb. 19 at 10:30 a.m. in St. Mary's Catholic church in lumboldt. grandson of Mrs. Sebastin Kramer, Algona. He was enrpute home from Rochester, Minn., Where he had been through the Mayo Clinic. Harold Friders and son Gary left Wednesday by train from Fort Dodge for Detroit, Mich., where Gary is to get a new Pontiac. Enroute home they plan on visits with relatives at Rockford, 111., arid Dubuque. K. of C. met Wednesday with Grand Knight Milford Plathe presiding. The annual Guest and Ladies Night is scheduled for Feb. 24 in the local hall. Winners in the euchre tournament were Jim Bormann, Ed Bor- ing by jet for Lackland Air Force Base, San Antonio, Texas, having enlisted for four years. An Illg family gathering was held Wednesday in the St. Joseph's school hall for Gary Friders, sort of Harold Friders, who arrived home 'on Tuesday from Fort Bragg, N.C. He has a 2 weeks furlough from. air force duties. Others attending were Howard Friders, the George Wagners, Harold Redings, Alfred Redings and Sharon, Herman Illgs, Rev. Leo C. Schumacher, John B. Reding, the Joel Redings, Gerald Kirsches and Margaret Reidmiller. .The Frank Bormanns, Davenport, spent several days visiting their daughter, the Maurice Redings. CD of A will meet Wed., Feb. 9 in St. Joseph's school hall with grand regent Mrs. N. J. Weydert presiding, In charge of arrangements will be Mrs. Maurice Reding, Mrs. Wilfred Kohlhaas, Mrs. E. J. Gales, Mrs. Clarence Bormann, Mrs. Francis Erpelding and Mrs. Milford Plaithe. Charles Becker, son of the ALGONA (Iowa) ADVANCE— THURSDAY, PEB. 10, 1966 There are 185 students enrolled n the school. Bill McGuire and Pat McGuire are on a several weeks vacation .rip through western and south- ;rn states. The Dale Chicoines, Jefferson, S.D., are spending this weekend here with Mrs. Chicoine's parents, the Harold Redings. Portland Mrs. Victor Fitch »»»»»»»»«»«»++»»»»»*»»»» mann, and Tom Bormann. Bernard Streit received the attendance prize. In charge of lunch were Sylvester Wagner, Marvin Origer and Clarence Bprmann. Harlan Weydert, son of the N. J. Weyderts, left Thursday The Portland Social Club of Portland which was to have met Thursday afternoon, February 10, has been postponed to veiling supper guests in the ohrtrty Spear home. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Safchet nd Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Sar,'het, Sliarla arid Rochelle at- ended the wedding of Miss ^arol Heise and Donald Meyer of LuVerne, Saturday, January 22, at Corwith. Miss Heise is a granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sarchet. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Donnel- .y and Unda of Fairmont will 3e Sunday dinner guests in the Roscoe Stewart home. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Loebach and baby Joe were Sunday din ncr guests in the home of Mr and Mrs. John Roeder in Algo na. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Fitch and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Crasser called at the Arthur Hix home in Sexton, Wednesday morning "The man who scores With a sharp tongue runs the risk o cutting his own throat". Surprise for Seneca couple's 27th wedding Seneca — The Alfred Peter- sens were surprised last Thursday evening when they were invited to the home of their daughter, the Clarence Cheevers, for their granddaughter, Susan's, fourth birthday. They found in addition to the birthday party, they were surprised for their 27th wedding. Guests included the Arnold Cheevers, Mrs. Florence Dotson, the Norvald Gochanours, Nowell Gocha- nours, and Robert Helgasons, Armstrong. LJYTMDBATMK 5X% inter tit For a loan to buy land, pay debts, finance impf6vetn*titt or for other, farm or family heeds, Cortle in and see tis, A long term, low cost Land Bank loan on your land may b* the key to your future. • Long Term • Low Payment* LOANS FEDERAL LAND BANK ASSOCIATION :, South of Penney's, Algirta, Iowa ' • . r. (Prcf.er.ab.ly Mondays and Wednesdays) • E. H. Hutchins, Manager , . , Helen Haas, Assistant- - • /--• Those who know Know ; MINNEAPOLIS Peter Beckers, 1965 Garrigan graduate, was named among 24 students to the Dean's list at the end of the first semester at Eagle Grove Junior college by .ftarrvihg.^^.^^.^ 3.0 average. Seven of the group are sophomores while the remaining stu- Thursday afternoon, February 24. The meeting will be held in the home of Elgena Young. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Arend of Algona were Sunday evening visitors in the Paul Arend home. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wood, Randy and Jean were dinner guests in the John Von Bank home, in West Bend, Sunday. Duane Spear, ten year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Spear of Portland, was confined to his home for a week with a bad ear infection. . Mr. and Mrs. Robert Spear and Richard of Titonjta,,,. and Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Doege and Jimmy of Burt were Thursday The Clarence Cheevers had guests Sunday for their daughter, Lorna, and son, Neil's birthdays, and a nephew, Jeff Ogle, Elmore, whose birthday is the same day. Guests included the Alfred Petersens, Eugene Fries-is, Fort Dodge, Arnold Cheevers, Armstrong, Ray Ogles, Elmore, and the Harlan Kinnanders, Armstrong. The Olaf Oftedahls, Alfred Potersen and Eugene Priests, Fort Dodge, attended the wed ding of , David Stoppe at the First Baptist church at Fores' City Saturday. The Henry Loofts spent th< son, thi Jack Loofts, Rochester, Minn. HUSBANDS GUESTS The Wilfred Kohlhaases had ;he Farmerette club at a spec- al guest night with the Duane Arehds, Algona, Mrs. Tony Weydert, and husbands members as guests. of club Receiving prizes were the Milford Plathes, (ugh, and Mrs. John R. Capesius and Art Kohlhaas second. Mrs. Bill McGuire has the club next. CLUB GUEST PARTY The- Tony Beckers had her 500 club Thursday afternoon with the members husbands, and Mrs. Susie Kramer, Mrs. Ralph Kramer and Mary Jane Origer as guests. Receiving prizes were Mrs. John Thul, Mrs. Joe Sinnwell and Mrs. E. J. Gales. Mrs. Peter Bormann has the club Feb. 17. The Dr. Joel Bormanns, Chicago, 111., are visiting here and NOTICE THE SECURITY STATE BANK Jean-Pierre Filipinetti, driver of a $14,000 Mercedes, test-drove a '66 Ford. His opinion: Ford rides quieter. Ford's Qui«t Mm here he discusses a '66 Ford 4-Door LTD with Jean-Pierre Filipinetti at the castle which houses the famed Filipinetti collection of over 80 classic autos. AND THE KNNA STATE BANK WILL BOTH BE CLOSED SATURDAY, FEB. 12 FOR LINCOLN'S IIRTNDAY Moiifey 'It's incredible," said M. Filipinetti, "the Ford is quieter." "The quiet, it's tremendous," continued M. Fitipinetti, "it's incredible that you could build a car so luxurious as this at such a price." Ford's amazing quietness is the result of deep-down quality and engineering excellence. And Ford for '66 offers more engineering magic: Optional new Stereo- Sonic Tape System that turns your Ford into a concert hall. • Exclusive Magic Doorgate for wagons swings out like a door for people and down like a tailgate for cargo. • Safety/ Convenience Control Panel option—• one button locks all doors, lights warn when fuel's low or a door's ajar, and remind you to fasten seat belts. Quiet test a '66 Ford soon. TEST-DRIVE AMERICA'S TOTAL PERFORMANCE CARS FORD •U5IA.nO • BROKCO • FALCON • FAIRUUtC re«D • 7HUHOCRUIRO FORO GALAXIE SOO/XL HARDTOP SAVi NOW! 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Airport. CANDIES _ VALENTINE... FANCY SATIN HEARTS $3.35 to $10.00 RED FOIL HEARTS 5 1/2 oz. 80C 1 Ib. $2.10 1 3/4 Ib. 3.40 ASSORTED CHOCOLATES lib. box $1.60 2 Ib. box 345 VALENTINE'S DAY IS MONDAY FEBRUARY 14 TAYLOR MOTOR CO. 3?0 EAST STATE STREET ALGONA, IOWA PACKAGED & BOXED GHILNEN'S VULEKTINES V? PRICE Reg. 29c to $1.00 HONSBRUCH DRUG Yowr Drgg

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