The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 10, 1962 · Page 17
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South - All the Same ^ the wheel, cine or book .of polte caa grab a rew "*>*"? T* *y p J*T"f V V ,T*** V* O11V f stories, and, for, no money at ail and without leaytag»the, comfor of, your favorite;' chair, learn lot through reading; The only expenditure is $ little time — as long as it takes you to get to-and-frotti your library, ant by. the time the -trip,haslieen tak en a few times, it wifl become « —•• —• •"•• " »««MWUJ IV TT ABA R/BV1S1419 habit that you-will really enjoy,. uuatumers wine Aigona norary btit many" adults' could -gain edtt catlonally through'books. Read a good book ffom-your H brary' daring National Library 1 Week. ' relieved some of the 'pressure of ice under the large bridge on ,« A/TOJ. 29. County and state highway employees set the charges north side of the bridge and allowed it to flow underneath, """ng. Big, flat sheets of ice are seen in the center and off the power pole at the right and caused limits ° f AIgona - acres pf^flaj lahjS ; north,of town seem to :ehjIf6n?Na spot near the large!bTidgeTn highway 18, looks toward the west part of large flooded area between highway 18 and 169 (that's the bridge on highway 169 north — - ,.—.,. of the photo.) '-,-''. North of the area^shown, water also filled all flat land near the river and swept across the south driveway leading to the Chrome Service^Station-and Chrome Cafe. The following day, the flood had sub sided enough so the driveway was again out of water. (UDM Newsfoto - Engraving) take 'on a fm_i u • This ph of town in the Real Good Time To Read Books .National Library Week is being •.••{observed Apr. 8-14, : and while nothing in the form of a special i;program is planned as an observ- >nnce here,: Beth Atinis, local H; , brarian, has enjphasized the week 'with a few interesting facts. According to Miss Annis, National Library Week first came to the front in 1958 with a slogan.— Wake Up and 'Kead. It was designed as an all-out effort to focus public attention on reading in all its facets. Since that time, National Library Week has been a regular feature of libraries each year all over the United States. The observance met. with instant approval the first year — and has been widely ac- cepted since. , . , The week set aside as sort of a hats-off each year is designed primarily to introduce all of the good qualities of your library to you' — the potential reader who never quite has the time to indulge in books. Through use of a library it is possible to take a trip to Egypt, Siberia, the inner part of Outer Mongolia or any other spot in thfe world; you can find out all abput space capsules, the invention of * Bancroft Lady's Nephew Victim Of Heart Attack Bancroft — Bess Connelly received word recently of the death of her nephew, 33-year old son ot Mr. and Mrs. Leon Clement of Hettinger, N. D. He died after suffering a heart attack while at .work as a radio; announcer at Hettinger. ; He leaves his wife, 'a four year 1 old daughter, his parents and one 1 brother. ',. , t Roy Ruby Dies Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Bergman learned of the death of Roy Ruby who died .at an Emmetsburg hospital Wednesday. ' > .r : Funeral services were Friday' cfternoon with burial at Graettin ger. . Mr. Ruby made his homeiwitli lis sister, Mrs. Tom Bergman, on a farm near Ruthven. •'"*'• Tom McGuire, 1 in'the navy „..«, lioned at Great Lakes, writes his parents, ;the Chas. McGuires, that Father Patrick Waite, former as* sistant priest, is now serving .as chaplain at the navy,base. i Mrs. Richard Menke, Mrs. Laurence Bergman, Mrs. Cletus Dorr, Mrs. Lula Quinn visited patients at the hospital at Estherville Friday. Pam Gangstead accompanied them and spent the afternoon with her grandparents, the Mel Gang- steads. v ...... .Torn Garry took .Mrs.,.NeUie Luf pin- to St. Ann ^hospital "Friday 'at, terrioon, she is suffering fro'm a heart ^condition., Mrs. C. J. Stauder accompanied them? • ••• 7 - • Mrs. Jfohn Menke, Richard. Menke and Mrs. Richard Uhderkofler iSpeflrThursday, in pesvMoines. ' k; pio$fe from here wh > took-part in-the talent show at Sentral high Mar. 27 were Ann Vb'gel, pianr solo, Sally Scobba, vocal solo, St. John's school combo, H a r o 1 c' Brink, James Ford and Joseph McGuire. . Mert Johnson, 'Titonka, spent Friday visiting Meredith Bergman Mr. and Mrs. Richard Menke Mr. and Mrs. John Menke anc Oda Dudding visited Alfred Men ke, patient at St. Alary's hospital Rochester. -••--.,. Mrs. John Farrow and son Werwin went to Sauck Center, Winn. after Mrs. McDougle, mother of Mrs. Farrow,' had suffered a heart attack. Mr. and Mrs. Cletus Dorr took \1r. and Mrs. Ben Farrow, Lakota, o Holy Family hospital, Esther Joseph Fox, John Milt*, John Bayer and Henry Dumsdorf ate medical patients f a.t Holy Family hopsital. ' Mr. and Mrs. Oeo. Fangiiaft went to Estherville where they will spend a few months. R. J. Welp is a medical patient at St. Ann hospital, AIgona. Mr. and Mrs. Earnest Berte are parents of a son born Mar 2JJ at Holy Family hospital. Mrs. Berte was Ann McGuire, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. McGuire, Bode. Jerry Vaske, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Vaske underwent major surgery, Estherville. . Good Turn Day Pickup Saturday AIgona Boy Scouts, under Scout- Masters Bill Klesath, Wes Bartlett and Joe Collier, will complete the sannual "Good Turn Day" here •this Saturday, Apr. 14, when they gather bags containing used clothing and other items from in front of local houses. The pick-up of items will begin at. 8:30 a.m. It has also been announced that if you were missed when bags were distributed last Saturday, Elderly III Tuetdoy, April 10, Bancroft — Nellie Lupin, 81, is hospitalized at St. Ann hospital hM4.H..i 1 i 1 H4111i I f r t N*4*W44?44.M-11-1 i4iWH4£i4**- Algona «a.) Upp«r Dot Matoit*S helpe after suffering a heart at- ; Waterloo, is here to be with his tftrtlr IMftt t&*t*l*«* tT.t. iA.. "' >_^^._ I ««>.il. A A r •' tack last Friday. Her son- from | mother may be put in. boxes or items sacks and' placed on'theTront steps. Practically anything, with the exception of papers and magazines, which are not being collected at :his time, will be accepted. 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