Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 21, 1966 · Page 12
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 12

Algona, Iowa
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Monday, February 21, 1966
Page 12
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*-ALOONA (Iowa) ADVANCE MONDAY, FEB. 41, 1966 Algona Library Opening Hours: Men., Tues., Thur., 1:30-6 p.m.; 7-8:30 p.m.; Wed. 9-11:30 a.m.; 1:30-6 p.m.; 7-8:30 p.m.; Fri. 126 p.m.; 7-8:30 p.m.; Sat. 9-11:30 a.m.; 1:304 p.m. .Librarian Catherine Phillips reports a most successful 1965 if "borrowing" is any indication. During that period a total of 86,250 books and magazines Were checked out by patrons. Of those 28,999 were adult fiction, 19,911 were non-fiction and periodicals. From the Children's Room 37,340 books were presented to Hi* Library M gifts. At the end of. the year the grand total of all books in, the library was 20,150 (13,898 adult and 6,252 juvenile). Income from fines for overdue books, records, or magazines brought in $1151.83 at tne rate of two cents a day. Other sources of income are from the City of Algona and bequests. The Library is open 41 hours each week, every day except Sunday and legal holidays. Employees besides Mrs. Phillips are Barbara Haggard, assistant librarian, Audrey Duncan, head of the Children's Room with Anita Moritz as her assistant, Thelma Tschetter, Gail Fitepa- trick, Marcla Winter, Kathy Bu chanan, and Debbie Laws. The last four girls listed are high school students Who work part time. in addition to the summer reading program in which 266 children competed there were six Saturday and six Wednesday morning story hours with at average of 50 youngsters in at tendance. Saturday at 2:00 p.m. then was a Barbie Doll Show held in the Children's Room. Only entries from girls who had made the doll's clothing were accept anniversary MR. AND MRS. ART LEEK will be honored for their 25th wedding anniversary at an open house from 2 to 4 p.m.. in the Trinity Lutheran church parlors, Algoha, on Sunday, Feb. 27. A short program will begin at 2:30 p.m. Their children are hosts. All friends and relatives are invited, Photo by Poundstone. loaned. The "borrowers" were 2453 adults and 1479 juveniles .;—« total of 3932 persons who Availed themselves of'the facilities of the Algona Public Library. . In addition to the reading ma- ferial, 815 phonograph records were loaned to patrons. 'Those are loaned by the State Traveling Library for twj> mon.tHsJ's^o the Algona Library. After \ that time they are returned add' a new selection is received. Records may' be checked out for a week. There are selections in either stereo, or monaurel. The musical selections range from classical to popular and religious. A few of the records are spoken. .During the year 803 new adult books and magazines were purchased and 391 for juveniles. A total of 85 books were ed. Sixty girls were registered, Veterans hospital in Des Moines on Thursday. . Raymond Johnson received Mrs. Harry L. Maw , »»«»*»»»»»»»»»«»»*»«»»»« Mn and Mrs. Dale Johnson and and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Barr of Algona. visited Sunday with the Archfe Dietrichs at Dexter, Minn!, Mike Geary, son of the El : wood Gearys and Jane Fisher daughter of the Vic Fishers spent the weekend at the Ora McCullough' home in Foresi City. Mr. and Mrs. William Ashpole and family were Sunday dinner guests at the Dean Davis home in Mason City. Jack Shipman entered th< us draft-call and will leave for ;he service March 21. He is ;he son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert lohnson. : . Mrs. William Gray and Richard, of Clarion were Sunday dinner guests at the Bernard Spangler home. Mr. and Mrs. Don. Spangler and family of Eagle Grove and/ George Gray were afternoon .callers. Mr. arid Mrs;' Paul VanHelton and family visited, her mother, Mrs. Alice Williamson at the hospital in Grinnell Sunday. Mrs. Laverne Bosworth and her .mother Mrs, Almedia Liptrap of Eagle Grove spent the weekend at the Joe Wades home in Havelock... Mr. and Mrs. Myron Cram and George Gray were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Geary. Mrs. John Adams Sr. visited Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Phil Puffer. Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Will re, ;urned to their home on Satur day from a trip to the West. Mr. and Mrs. William Dunlap will observe their 55th wedding anniversary on February 23 Mrs. Dunlap is a sister of Mrs Lorean Smith. Chris Warmersen was re leased Friday from the Han cock Memorial hospital at Britt The ladies of the Grace Batp- tist church held their Bible Study and Missionary Group meeting with Mrs. Mayme Beverris on Friday. Mrs. Earl Willhiite ; gave the lesson and Mrs. Bernice Oxley gave the missionary report. ' Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Smith, and family of Clear Lake visited Sunday at the Kenneth Wagner home. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Yeoman and Paul* were Sunday night supper guests at the Bob Hoover home tt Britt. Mr. and Mrs, Lou Hoover of Butt and Mr. and Mrs. Gary Albert of Kietttme visited Saturday evening at the Dale Yeoman home. Frank Adrian is a patient at the Mercy hospital in Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Goranson of Clear Lake were Thursday af ternoon and supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Daniel Sr. Mrs. Don Peterson of Goldfield and Mrs. Jack Vaughn of Livermore visited Corwith Me* nds on Thursday. Mrs. Peterson entered the Lutheran hospital in Fort Dodge on Sunday for surgery. Cecil Nail returned to his home on Thursday from the Lutheran hospital in Fort Dodge. Bruce McCullough of Fort Dodge and Linda Determing who attends I.S.T.C. at Cedar Falls, visited Saturday afternoon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Erdman. Mr. and Mrs. Gail Slack and Teri of Des Moines spent the weekend at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Maw. Mr. and Mn. George Glawe visited Friday evening with their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Imlay in Mason City. ! 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