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7 t tie JEFFERSON Jefferson, f«Wft, Ocl. li. 1955 Library Notes JKFFEttSON PtJfiLlC LIBRARY Summer Hours Monday through Saturday, 2:15—6 p. m. Wednesday, Saturday nights, •J:1S—9 p. m. Mrs Leona Lncock, Librarian A large collection of new books, chiefly fiction, are now going into circulation at the Jefferson library. Adult Flctlnn A sensitive chronicle of human relationships Is Patrick White's "The Tree of Man." The Australian writes of a couple who pioneer a homestead farm on the frontier of his native land at the beginning of this century. It follows them through the years as they struggle nnd finally achieve security despite fire and flood n-s civilization moves into their neighborhood. In "The Tontine" Thomas Bertram Coas'.ain has written a two- volume, but easy reading novel, set chiefly in England, from the time of Napoleon's defeat at Waterloo to the closing years of the 19th century. It centers around three families involved In a "tontine" n strange form of annuity gamble. p.m lottery and part insurance. German-born American "Thomas Mann tells the entertaining tale of a professional swindler in "Confessions of Felix Krull." Krull is a genius, completely unhampered by moral scruples and so smooth his victims almost regard themselves as honored. There is satire on the moral order of the times. "Live Till Tomorrow" by Carola .Hnius is a dramatic story of a day in a New York City hospital, five doctors dedicated to their profession and how a sick woman forces them to discover and make known hidden truths about themselves. lx>ve between a lonely married American soldier and an engaged English girl in wartime England and how D-Day forces them to a deci- slon is the theme of Lionel Shapiro's "GfAndfathef Stories," anecdotes teenagers, "fhfcfi Loves Has Sandy" "The Sltth of Jim*," Samuel Hopkins Adams heard first by Amelia Walden, about a girl who fllhe Man In the Ofay Flannel from his grandfather, Is full of loves baseball, a horse, and event* Suit" by Sloan Wilson centers humorous and charming Americana, ually, a fellow; "Quest of the Snow around a New York City executive | Orandfather ranged all over the Leopard" by Roy Chapman An- who lives in the suburbs. He Is a Erie canal area of New York state drews, about an expedition in Tibet; modern everyman, who, with his and had tales of 'the infant days of "Horses are fot WarHofs" by Wm. E. wife, wonders if their life, for all baseball, the early celluloid collars, fche security and material comforts it offers, is really what they wanted. Alfred Leland Crabb's "Peace at Bowling Greene" concerns ..two! graphic Idea. the underground railroad, literary lights, charlatons, the rich, roustabouts and body snatchers, even Eastman and his strange photo- Swanson, about the Nez P«rce Indians and how they got their first horses and "Passport to Romance" by Betty Cavanna, about a girl who spends a year in Switzerland attending school. pioneer families in a Kentucky! Meredith Wilson, composer, mus-| F or younger children is "Wagon community from 1803 to the split at I ical director, lecturer and writer| To a Star" by Francis Lynch Mc- deseribes "Eggs I Have Laid" in hisj Ouirei about an Iowa family dur- latest book. It's reminiscences from the time of the Civil War and the readjustment period afterwards. "Amberwell" by D. E. Stevenson' show business in Hollywood, New derives its title from a beautiful i York and abroad with such show £?/» fl fr t 1 1 C h nofafn f\f n *-t*i rtrlnvrl tn *v*11*i •*•*«•*.!.. « — rr^— 11 ..1 -. t* TT\«^*1 .A llftti ing the Winter of 1879-1080. Scottish estate of a modern family people the book centers arourtd. as Tallulah, Fred Allen, Pinza and others. Two more westerns .have arrived,j "the Moth and the ,Star" byj* "The Treasure of Pleasant Valley" j Aileen Pippett is a biography of If PATON by Frank Yerby, nnd Zane Grey's "Black Mesa." The first book revolves around two southern adventurers in California during the gold rush days; the latter is a western suspense novel set in an Arizona trading town. Four murder mysteries are also among the new selections. They are Mrs. Gorrtnn (Hcren) Carl Phone 137 Virginia Woolfe (lCTa- l 1941), British critic, essayist and novelist. Mrs Woolfe's novels included "To the Lighthouse" and "Mrs Dalloway".^jmdJ^Rro.ld Swam were Mrs Susie Ed- She was a member of the Progre 3 . -y sive "Bloomsberry" group of writers who brought innovations into the modern novel. - gerton of Boone was also pressnt. Mrs Harriet Stribling of Madison, Wis. who has been visiting in the Another addition to the library's!home of Mrs Eva Sells the past Full House." a Nero Wolfe omnibus collection of self-help books isiweek, left Saturday for Earlham, by Rex Stout; 'Hell is a City," a "Wake Up Your Mind" by Alex Os- where she will vim until Tuesday ™ n,.. T^.,. , ..... u.. ,.,,111 hm-n 101 Tiravs tn rtPVflnn rrpative- witn M! ? a Lols Ho^kina. Mrs Solib- Timothy Dane mystery by William Ard; "Gently Does It" by Alan Hunter and featuring chief inspector Gently, and "The Hinges of Hell," a Stewart Sterling book about Fire Marshal Ben Pcdley. Non-Fiction Cram full of interesting data aboyt all the countries on the continent of Africa is "Inside,. Africa" by John Gunther. It describes Africa's peoples, how they think, their social and religious backgrounds, the status of women, economic conditions, the polit- born, 101 ways to develop creative ness. It Includes such things as hob- ling will then begin her journey home and slay overnight with rela- bies, reading, travel, sports k child tivcs at La ', Porif; C iiy Tuesday rearing, games and many other night. areas that can be used to stimulate The officers of thr local P.W.O. attended an all day meeting of of- ficers at Carroll Friday. Tourte, who has been ill at his home for the past week, is feeling some better and is able to bfi up and about some. Mrs Jessie Carl and son Gordon pten to leave Thursday afternoon for Rochester, Minn., where Mrs Carl will undergo tests and receive treatment. The Bandmothers will serve the banquet for the Greene County •teachers meeting, which will be held at the Paton school, Oct. 19th. Mrs Paul Lindgren has been at home since the middle of last week, after being hospitalized for a fall at her home. The Paton Methodist WSC3 will hold their afternoon bazaar Oct. 12th. and the Smorgasbord supper will be served from &:'20 - to 8 p.m. The MYF will have a. special booth. There will be a large display of handiwork. Plan to come and attend the bazaar and supper. All you can eat for $1 for adults and 50c for children. Mrs RdViald Swain entertained several ladies Thursday evening at a card party. A dessert course was served at 7 p.m. and then the evening was spent playing cards. Prizes were won by Mrs Lloyd Sill, Mrs Ernest Carlson and Mrs Gordon Carl. There was a large attendance at the W3C3 meeting held Thursday afternoon at the Methodist church. Ott Af»Pf)f*f'ftffcSr'f OP K.tKCtlTBt.X 1<mrt. cifK'fne {;ott«f»-—MI NOTICK IS HTORRBy G-IVKV that the tindp.rslgrned has been duly appointed and qualified as Kxccutrlx of the estate of Hoy ,1. KtUvards deceased, late of Ofcenp Countv, /Ml persons Indebted to said estate aro requested to mahe Immediate payment; and those having claims airninst the i»<ime will pre*f>nt them, duly authenticated, to the undersigned for allowance, and fllr i" fho office of the Clerk of thr District Court. uateu October 1, IBiifi. Kthel H. Edwards Hlchard.sons, Altnrnoy Merle R. Krocsen •10b2c Clrek Plstrict Court If others would only see us as we see ourselves. the mind. Records The library has purchased its first! two 33'i rpm. records to add to its record collection. Both are 12-inch size. I On one. by Columbia, is Gersh-j win's "Rhapsody In Blue" and I "American In Paris." Eugene Or-1 mandy conducts the Philadelphia; POULTRY PROCESSING Automatic Picker No order too large or too small. Call Bagtey 51 for anointment. Cleanliness and Satisfaction Our Aim. Lewis Hatchery and Produce BAGLEY PHONE 51 Ready Mixed Concrete Is Fast and Economical Yes, we are now back in business on Ready-Mixed Concrete so that we can give you prompt efficient service. Just call 999 for all your concrete needs. FERGUSON - DIEHL Lumber Company Wayne Rush, Mgr, East Lincolnway Phone 099 men, euuuumii; uvuuinuna, 1/iic uujit- t - , . . _ toal situation and touches upon the I orchestra for "Rhapsody with Os- hlstorlcal background. OunUier vis- car Levant as pianist. The New >ork ] background ited 105 different African localities, talked to all types of people, from kings to paupers and traveled 40.000 miles to compile the information. Philharmonic orchestra, Arthur Bodzinski conducting, plays "American". The second record has Khat-j chalurian's "Masquerade," a sym-i The dramatic story of the Hiro- phonic suite, on one side and ex- shinu bombing and the seven weeks i erpUs from Tchaikovsky's "Nut- that followed is told by Dr Michi- | cracker" suite No. 2 on the other, hiko Haciiiya in "Hiroshima Diary." j The selections are "Winter Scene." Hichiya, director of the Hiroshima | "Waltz of the Snow-flakes." "Pas de Communications hospital, was: Deux." "Divertissement de Choco- wounded himself in the bombing.! lat" and "Valse Finale." Tnc Boston Pops, Arthur Feidler, conductor, is the orchestra; the record is by Col-J umbia. | Younp People's Books There are four new selections for NEW HOMES FOR SALE 2 and 3 bedroom homes in various, sjages, -o£ completion—<me ready to move into now—one ready to paint interior (you choose the colors)—-others ready in ;} to 6 weeks. All set up with FHA loans —$900 to $3,000 down. Stop paying rent, live in a now home while you pay for it. NINA STEWART Realtor 500 E. Lincoln Ph. J-134 »•»***•***' RIPPEY -I ^*i + ! : Mrs. J»y (Winnie) States J'horie 3 on 38 This is his personal journal, a day j by day eyewitness account. He describes the terrifying man- mnde catastrophe, the human heroism it aroused, the efforts io solve the mystery of the effects of the new weapon, the handicaps under which medical personnel worked— his hospital was gutted by the fire. Dr Warner Wells of the University of North Carolina school of medicine prepared the translation. More true war experiences, these in a somewhat lighter vein, are recounted, in John Castle's "The Password Is Courage." He tells of Charlie Coward, a cockney English sergeant m.ijor who fought a one-man war against the Germans behind their lm«. He escaped seven times, then stayed in Germany to sn up a one- man intelligence and sabotage system who.se accomplishments included sending out, the first word j of the V-l bombs, smuggling dyna- I mite and guns to condemned Auch- witz Jews serving out their last days as slave laborers, and saving | wuh hu f , f , fr and nus b.md. Rev hundred.* from the gas chambers byL, ld Mr ~ 6'iri Griffin and family, .substituting dead bodies for live! .\i r an j Mrs Harry E. Smith are ones. Photograplis illustrate the expected home from Rochester. \ +i + i 4. + »»»»»»4.»»»»»»»»»*<.»*»M-* Single copies of The Jefferson Bee and The Jefferson Herald are available in Rlppey at.the Thornbur g Cafe. Delivered -each Tuesday and Thursday evening. lOc per copy. Barrell Camp of Rayal Neighbors will meet Tuesday evening. O2'. j : ]8, for regular meeting. P'.nns will; 'be made to ntt?nd the convention at Perry, whirh will be held that week. A committee has been named to serve the following merting. ' Mr and Mrs Adrian Luni-cfnrd! and daughters from Grain Valley. hook Guaranteed USED MERCHANDISE 5-Tube Zenith Radio ESS. _ ._ : $ 10.% 5-Tube Coronado S±_._ ..... $ 7.95 17" Croslcy TV 16" Coronado TV 21"PhilcoTV '59.95 M09.95 '139.95 14" Conmado TV JSS $ 69.95 17" Jackson TV %, $ 59.95 Coronado Automatic Washer $ 69.95 ABC Washer '19.95 •Coronado Refrigerator Coronado Refrigerator 60,000 BTU with safety pilot- 7-Cu. Ft. 5/./0 8-CuFt. OftfS $ 49.95 Cream Separator EI**™ m $ 29.95 6as Ranye Good condition 29t95 Ctese Ouf Merchandise Swivel TV Chairs * 5-Piece Dinette Set **» Minn., where Mrs Smit-h has been receiving troaiment at St. Mary's Hospital the past mon',h. Mr and Mrs Frank Ye.xger of La Canada, Calif, arrived Saturday fjr a weeks vis!: with her cousin "and husband. Mr and Mrs Frank Saiter and family Mrs L?.s;er M^D-iwell will be h,'.s-i te.s.s t3 the Naomi Circle of Po-sti Grands Tnursciay ufirrnoon. Oo:.! 13, with Blanche Rlioades co-host-l ess. Following the roll e.ill the pro-j gram will be conducted by Maude; Ansjhutz. | The Jean Ann circle of th£ \V3C3j will meet Thursday evening. O>t.' 13, at the home of Dorothy 5;har-j ingson, with Nina Mount and Ooy Dorris assisting. Also the same evening the Mary circle will meet at the home of Mr.s Francis Griffin, with Greta Rich co-hostess, at 8 p.m .The general meeting is sche-i duled at the Annex far Thursday afternoon, Oct. 20. Mr and Mrs Amos Wilson went to Waterloo Thursday and remained until Friday to attend the Dairy Cattle congress. They were accompanied by Mrs Edith Crandell, who spent the time with her daughter, Mrs Genevieve Frank and family. They returned Friday evening. Mr and Mrs Bryce Presnell plan to take a weeks vacation and loft 1 Saturday fur Os.vka, Minn, f:>r a few day.s fishing. Harry C. Smi;h is substituting on the mail route during Bryce's absem-e. Mrs Hans Peterson and s.'>n, Hans III, accompanied by Miss Patricia Glidden, left Thursday for Memphis, Tenn., to spend a few weeks with Mrs Blanche Peterson and to visit other friends in tile city. BULLDOZER WORK Soil Conservation Rock Burying Fence Row Leveling Lane Building, etc. FREE ESTIMATES SAM BRANDT Jefferson Phone $1 ALLEN MURPHY Scranton Phone FOR HOUR AFTER HOUR ^ OF COMFORTABLE VIEWING MOTOROL Cye-Condifioned from the intid* out—with the new Motorola Power Panel. New Righ»-Up-Fronl Tuning. No stooping, no stretching and see the picture as you change channels. Front Tuning New Pushbutton Turn-On— just push the burton and go sit down. Picture and sound come on as they were last time set was used. Sharper, brighter, clearer picture —with the new 21" Aluminar tube. Full-year warranty. Smarter Cabinel—no dials protruding from side or top. (This one in Mahogany or Blond finish.) Many types and colors. Magic Margin frame spreads out the picture—Eye-Shad* filter removes the glare. 21" CONSOLE TV Mow M^terpte im>%es TV vkwirtg for easier on <jy«i, TW* fftside TV reaver ff eye-coodi- <» x mor^ r ^sffyl, low-ptic«d y«t Eye-Conditioned throughout. Tatteful wood-grain Mahogany or Blond cabin*!. Other sets as low as $149.95 Our finest 21" tool* model In Mahogany & &lgnd finish with gold«n trim. Now Motorola Power P«o»l intida lor txlra y*ar« »' Irogbla- fre« service. $«« ti now. Wakt vp >9 mmie with a n«w Motorola clock radio- II Uagi, »h«o II rings. It make! tht coB««. 4««i notl aoy- " WfST LINCOLNWAY SERVICE OIL CO. Have Y@u Registered Yet For The FRiE Christmas : ford?_ PHONE 0925

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