Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 25, 1966 · Page 5
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ACOONA (Iowa) ADVANCI—3 196* Igona Librar Opening Hour*: TUM " Thur " 1s3 °-* P.m.; MsSO p,m,; Wed. 9-11:30 a.m.; 1:30-6 p.m.; 7-8:30 p.m.; Fri. 12. f p.m.; 7-8:30 p.m. a.m.; 1:30-6 p.m. Sat. 9-11:30 | NIWS Of ALOONA I I I I I I I : New books this month run the gamut from a serious pniio^o- phical treatise titled The Gospel Of (Christian Atheism to Goodman Ace's witty offering, The Fine Art of Hypochondria or How .Are You? Falling somewhere in between these two ex- Homes are a number of newly .acquired books to suit almost eyery taste. V-iln the biography section are Jacqueline Kennedy, a Woman for; the World by Robert Harding and A. L. Holmes; Mr. Clemens'and Mark Twain by Justin Kaplan (termed an "able -biography "by Time Magazine's bard-to-please reviewer); and Earthly Paradise, the autobiography of Colette drawn from her writings. Of interest among new works of,fiction are Conrad Richter's A\'Oountry of Strangers, the sequel to A Light in the Forest; The Call of the Sea by Jan de Hartog; and William Saroyan's latest contribution, Short Drive, Sweet Chariot. i In the non-fiction field are The Last of the Middle West by J. R. Humphreys; The Big Spenders by Lucius Beebe; Two under the Indian Sun by Jon and Burner Godden; and E. R. Braithwaite's To Sir, with Love, a personal favorite of librarian Kitty Phillips. : For arm-chair travelers, (and •.the peripatetic variety, too) Three Tickets to Timbuktu by Halla Linker should be of interest. And, finally, for those .whose talents are in the culinary department,'there is a slightly exotici, cookbook' by Peggy Harvey called The Horn <n Plenty. ' i Downstairs in the children's library, the summer reading contest is going into its last -.week. More than 200 youngsters ire participating in the program. BY MOLLY MacDONALD _ W5-70»0— Mrs, Jim Milder, Jo Ellen and Guests fer a week recently at Anne went to Davenport Tues-' the summer home of Dr. and day to visit Mr. Milder's sister Mrs. M. G. Bourne at Okoboji and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. Were two of their grandsons, George Smith. On Wednesday Billy Hayes, son of Mr, and Mrs. they spent some time in Iowa Kirk Hayes, and Mark Haggart, City with Mr. Milder's mother, son of Mr. and Mrs. David Hag- Mrs. W. S. Milder, i gart of Omaha. Mrs. Mel Griffin and Kathleen Mare* Miller, daughter of Mr. were at Madison, S. ^recently • and Mrs. H. W. Miller,, arrived for the funeral of Mrs. Griffin's home last week Saturday from brother, C. E. Reddin, They also Des Moines where she had been spent some time in Salem, S. D., attending summer school at with Mrs. Griffin's sisters, Mrs. Drake. " " Barnfl Mr*. hart, Mrs. Mi Miss of day to visit Mr. and Mrt, CUr ence Maland. , . '. • MM M visited Mrs. MiUff'*'. . . Mr, and Mrs. Ben KuctK*b*fek*r at Owatonna, Minn., la*H Dr. and Mr*. J. N< " AM and Tom And fick's sister, Miss Venca Snod grass left Thursday for Afcpfe gor, Minn, to , spend abottt 'a week at the Keneflck cottage on Big Sandy Lake. / \ m Rutseii French, ton, ftf.Mr 1 . tiki Mrs. Howard French,;! arrived here Wednesday evening from Phoenix, Ariz. He is speniduig part of the time in DM Moines visiting his father who tt In Veteran's Hospital there; f < •* Dr. Karl Hoffman rfrtVf hit son-in-law, Al DeCrane, ; to Mason City last Monday where Mr. DeCrane enplaned for BrohA- ville, N. Y. He and ,hi* wife, the former .Joan Hoffman, and their children had been at Dr. Hoffman's summer SOCIETY KELLEYS ENTERTAIN ';•; The Country Club ballroom jwas the scene of a very pretty party Tuesday evening as Dr. and Mrs. N. J. Kcllcy introduced friends to their son's bride, Mrs. James Kelley. Pink champagne and a. pink fruit punch complemented a variety of hors d'oevers IMid tiny open-faced sandwiches. The buffet table was graced by a beautifully arranged bouquet i Of fresh flov/ers. Presiding at the punch.bowl were Mrs. Kevin Nash and Mrs. W. B. MacDonald. The horioree and her husband "make their home in Washington, P. C., where he is with the civil rights division of the Justice Department. NEWCOMERS MEET r Newcomers club met Tuesday evening at Hotel Algona. Phyllis George was hostess. New members were introduced, followed by a business meeting. Mayor Finn spoke. Bridge and 500 were played and winners were Bea Basler and Ruth Davis. New tnembers were Delores Long, Shirley Cubit, Susan Legore, Jeanie Clapsaddle, Colleen JMi and Snarl Stougard. KANLAN GUESTS -.Mjs. F. C. Scanlan of San Piego, Calif., and formerly of Algona, entertained a group of Algona ladies at the Scanlan cottage on Okoboji Thursday and Friday. Her guests were Mesdames Joel Herbst, James Everds, Don Hutchison, Matt Sfcreit, H. M. Smith and Fred Kent, Sr. LADIES BRIDGE ••• Clara Zander took top honors at the Wednesday ladies luncheon and bridge party at the Couutry Club last week. Other winners were Mrs. W. E. Haw- c**t and Mrs. Lloyd Robinson. Mrs. Zender will be the hostess i| IMS Wednesday's event. IQRORITY PICNIC .Members of Zeta Xi chapter of Beta Sigma Phi were enter- with their husbands at a test week Saturday at the of Mr. and Mrs. Louis A m* n _)_!! J ' —-- -— - --» _. — ... y v . — •• • •— mv •-*» » AJ,VJ.A.ftBAfl<II, 0 0UI4J r««, iSu.i, ^" and tersburg, Fla., visited Mrs. Hugh on Okoboji since July 1. „ brace McMahon. | Colwell for a few days recently. DeCrane and the children will Mrs. Everett Anderson and Di>. and Mrs. M. G. Bourne remain at the lake for a fe% Mrs. Helen Mikes attended two drove to Elmore, Minn. Thurs- more weeks. : r piano workshops recently. One was held in Fort Dodge and was conducted by Dr. Harry Neal of the Nelson-Neal piano duo. The other was in Estherville last Monday. The latter workshop was sponsored by Kraft Music Company. | Mr. and Mrs. Georg* Powers were visited last week by their daughter, Sharon, Mrs. Paul Terranova. and her daughters, Julie and Lisa, of Forest Park, 111. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Cowan drove to Manchester, la., to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Simmons, over the July 16 weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Graham spent last week Sunday at Burt visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jay Graham. I Mr. and Mrs. Kirk Hayes, John and Jeff drove to Keota, la., last week Saturday to attend the funeral of Mr. Hayes' grandmother, Mrs. E. L. Kirkpatrick. Mrs. R. I. Mawdsley entertain- 3d Mr. and Mrs. Sam Bush of Independence, Mo., at lunch last Monday afternoon. Mrs. Bush is the former Jeannette Goeders of Algona. She and her husband were here to attend the 1926 class reunion. Mrs. Hugh Colwell was visited '>y her daughter and son-in-law, Dr. and Mrs. Harold Banwart, last week Saturday and Sunday. Or. and Mrs, Banwart live in Adsl, la. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Kuhn had as their guests over the July 16 weekend Mrs..Kuhn's sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and. Mrs;' Lowell La More and their daugh-1 ter Jcannea of Madison, Wis. Dr. and Mrs. Jack Clapsaddle 3iitertained Dr. and Mrs. J. Guy Clapsaddle of Burt at their home the evening of July 14. It was the elder Dr. Clapsaddle's birthday. Mrs. Richard Cowan and daughter Cindy drove to Cedar Falls Thursday and Friday' where Cindy-attended the. orientation program at State College of Iowa. She will transfer there this fall as a sophomore from Mason City Junior College. Patricia Conn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.' C. W. Conn, arrived home last week Friday from Ames where she had been attending summer school at Iowa State. She will be a senior there this fall. Mr. and Mrs. Dewain DeRoos entertained twelve guests for dinner Sunday, July 10, following the baptism of their son, Kevin Joseph, at St. Cecelia's church. Kevin is the DeRoos' first child. '\ Mr. and Mrs. Jim Milder and family drove to Qkoboji Thursday where their'/daughter Jeannie will remain -for the rest of i the summer at the cottage of Dr. Karl Hoffman,' Jeannie will help care for the children of Dr. Hoffman's daughter, 'Mrs. Al DeCrane. The Milders remained at Okoboji over the weekend visiting Mr. and Mrs. Jim Geelan on Ghalstrom's Beach. Dr. and Mrs, Don Kingfield have named their new daughter Jennifer Kay. She was born July 15 and is the Kingfield's first child. » Mr. and Mrs. R. I, Mawdsley and Mrs. J. C. Mawdsley, Algona, and Airs. Duane Mawdsley, Burt, drove to Owatonna, Minn., last week Saturday to attend the wedding of a cousin, Miss Alice Thompson, to Elmer Reseland. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Mawdsley and their three children also attended, as did Miss Mary Mawdsley of Minneapolis. Mrs. Hugh Colw«ll was visit** recently by her brother and his wife, Mi % . and Mrs. Lester Hill of Fort Dodge. Mrs. Jerry Cowan entertained members of her bridge group at the Harold Cowan cottage on Okoboji recently. Mrs. Fre«l Qeigel went by bv« to Kansas City last Monday to visit her son and 'his family, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Geiget I She cut her visit short, however, and flew to Fort Dodge Tuesday evening on learning of Mr* and MM< c< i"/» niwwt aniei Mr. and Mrs, Wendel French returned home last Sunday evening from a ; 10-day fishing trip to Ontario, Canada. MM. Lyle Mathtt and Wendel French drove to Des Moines Wednesday to visit Howard French at Veteran's Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Fritted* spent the July 16 weekend visiting Mr.,and Mrs. Ivor, Chrlstof*,i. . •- , fersen in Cedar Falls. Two| flshin .g _ artd mou n*ain other couples joined them in a visit which marked the 17th meeting of a group of couples who first knew each other when the men were classmates in law school at Iowa and their wives were all nurses together at St. Luke's Hospital in Chicago, v ,' RETIREE — Loran Boone, has retired after working 49 years in railroading. He had worked as a machinist with the Fort Dodge Des Moines. Southern railroad since 1950 and he Worked before that for the Chicago Northwestern railroad. Hugged western twip for two Algona girls Three Algonans were in group which left Thursday for a fishing and mountain climbing trip$n Wyoming and Colorado. Virginia Deal/ daughter of the Robert Deals, rural Algona, and Linda ^ " - ' u\jt UCHH8 ifOfll j and «•* camping out All the returning August 8. CM0. FOR ABOUT THE COST OF A fieri Priebe and Son, Algona, recently Sold a registered deen- Angus bull each , to Jay jnvns (AjtMvuwsNoncn **^^^*** I pBfflf^BHl TONIGHT THRU WEDNESDAY Merton Rosses, Algona, went with a forhier Algona high school teacher, Kathie Weber, Two other girls, Nancy Yunge- berg, Platte, S. D. and Allison Hanson, Stanberry, Mo., also ac- A MOVIE THAT YOU SHOULD NOT MISS! -JUDITH CRIST, en NBC-TV "TODAY" show JMlttMW •- ~ — SECOND MATUM — Their itinerary includes: Yel* lowstbne Park, the Grand Te- tons, and the Cheyenne rodeo in Wyoming, and the Estes state park in Colorado. They had previously ordered mountain climb- OF CIGARETTES. °ur ho LITTLE i! MONTHLY! CARPET ROOMS (30 SQ. YDS,) WIJH FAMOUS BIGELOW BROADLOOM of Mrs. Harry McMurrty. Mr. Geigel met her plan* 9$ Fort Dodge. . Yes, it s true,,, for just about the price of a pack of cigarettes per day you can enjoy all the beauty, comfort and luxury of quality Bigelow "Blue Ribbon broadloom carpeting wall-to.w*U! 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