Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 18, 1965 · Page 8
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I— AL&ONA (lewa) ADVANCi MONDAY, JAN. II, Algona Library Lady by Marie Smith, flic But- j Ankeny. Me Is one ot the three .fohh F. member board. Mfs Meycf and Opening Hour*: Men., Tue*., Thur*., 1:30-6 p.m.; 74:30 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.; 1:30-6 p.m. During the last year the AJ- gona Public Library has received two memorial gifts of books, one from the Del Leaneagh family, and one from the family and jtions. friends of Mabel Kennedy Tjaden. Many of the Leancagh books will be found in the Children's Room. They are: National Velvet, Modeling with Balsa, The Children of Bible Times, American Wolves, Coyotes & Foxes, The Sea Broke Through,: James Cook, World Explorer, The Wild One, Mike Mars Around the Moon, Brave Jimmy Stone, Pagan the Black, Blast-off!; All about Aviation, Trumper, Children of the. North den & the Glory by Kennedy, the World of Birds by Jiory Peterson, Mystery Mountain, Dangerous Rescue, Tall as Great Standing Rock, Temple of the Sun, From Rags to Riches, President from Missouri, Ironclads of the Civil War, Universe of Galileo & Newton, and The Vikings. The Tjadcn books were chosen especially for those who arc interested in genealogy, and old glass and dishes, two special interests of Mabel Tjadcn. The genealogy books arc: Searching for your ancestors, Tartans of the Clan, Burkc's Key to Ancient Parish Registers, Muster & Pay Rolls of the Revolutionary War (2 Vol.), Clans, Septs & Regiments of Scottish Highlands. Of special interest to the antique tans arc these: Four books of Ilaviland patterns, Treasures all around us, Carnival Glass, Carnival Glass Price Guide, Sandwich Glass, and Antique Fakes & Rcprotluc- the children accompanied him, slopping in Ames to visit the Larry Lcaneaghs and olhcf friends there, home Sunday. They returned LOCALS . Pole, Mystery of Rainbow Gulch, Mammals , and How They • Live, The Mystery of the Disappearing Cars, Holiday Handicrait, Eadie's Green Thumb, Mystery of the Flooded Mine, bcrewoall, and Houseful of Laughter. Added to the collection upstairs are these: Marvels & Mysteries of our Animal World, llie Presidents Mr and Mr* Raymond Lang- fill were in St. Paul. Minn, Tuesday to Thursday and stayed with the former's sister, the Dr. C. 0. Hollies. Ray had a check up with an eye specialist cataracts and received the report that surgery wjll be anoth- Eastern Star at Burt holds installation Burt — Public installation was their hall. Installing officers were Worthy Matron, Lillian Fredrickson; Chaplain, Beth Miller; marshal, Ruby Hincklcy; organist, Mary Georgia Hanson. The new officers arc: 'W. M., Irene Bjustrom; W. P., John Miller; A. M., Ruth Blanchard; A. P., Marian Blanchard; treas., Lc- fic McMullcn; Cond., Karen Davies; Assoc., Shirley Amesbury; Chaplain, Ethel Drcmmcl, mar- were guests, shal, Betty Miller; organist, Mary Jane Dugan; Adah, Lorraine Campney; Ruth, Esther Hilton; Esther, Mary Jean Andrews; Martha, Joan Hoover;' Electa, Mabcllinc Lovstad; warder, Esther Sorcnson; sentinel,'NJpnnctt Trunkhill. The evening program included solos by Karen Davies internitional affairs. The elementary girls sextette will sing. fcffna Pratt will give a talk, A play, The United Nations and the Village Woman, will be giv^ en by fcthcl Uremmel, Jeart Lock wood, Ltllie I'rcdnckson, til- va libcttchcr, with Lciie McMul- led, narrator. U St, 1 circle met Jan. 12 at Magdalene Ortman s. Dues were paid and new program boo its were distributed, oomoristra- tioris were given by Itutn 'Patterson and Vera brauiey on a vege» table casserole ami a vegetable jello salad. Hans were made ior me annual banquet Jan. M at b:30 p.m. at tne Cunmngnam 'lea Koom. ' U.P.VV. meets at Presbyterian church Jan. 20. Hostesses are Mrs. Robert /vngus, Mrs. uttaue Mawusley and Kuth Hodgson;, Devotions arc Mawdslcy Jr., Mrs. Hank James ITICS. A birthday by and Mrs. noscoe program by and Mrs. party was held Jan. lt> ior Mrs. waiter Kcnta's birthday. Neighbors and Irienus er six months away. C.li. Deal Mt Friday to spend several days with her sisters, Mrs Robert Simonscn and Mrs Paul Parkins at Graettinger.. Edgar Meyer, Industrial and Metals instructor at the local high school, attended an all-day meeting Saturday, of the Iowa Industrial Education Board at and Doris Miller and presenting gifts to new Matron and-Patron C or and the retiring Matrorir.and Patron. They presented a "'new 50 star flag to the chapter ^nd $10 gift to Estarel. The ?• annual school of instruction will be Feb. 1 25 at Burt. Refreshments were served by the F. L' Pratts, G. H. McMullens, A. Ci, Hinck- .leys and Walter Campneys. Guests were from Algona, Fenton, Lone Rock and Titonka. INSURANCE FOR ALL YOUR NEEDS All around the farm, all around protoclion! Don't let fire, accident, storm damage hit you and your farm in the pocketbook! Adequate insurance pays! We have the knowledge and experience to provide proper farm insurance. Reap benefits from farm insurance BLOSSOM INSURANCE AGENCY Phone 5-2735 109 So. Dodga j Whittemore Marion nyiiiH ''*•;;. Guest night Sunday for St. Joe C.D.A. Sf. Joe — CD of A met Wednesday at 7:30 in St. Joseph's school hall with Mrs. N. J. Weydert presiding. Officers and past regents received an invitation to a Guest Night Jan. 26 at Ban croft. The Court is sponsoring the National Catholic Rural Life, God, Home and Country program for local youth. The awards are given for meritorious achievement and spiritual leadership participation in church, community, school and youth activities. Guest night for husbands and other guests was Jan. 17 with a 6:30 pot luck dinner in St. Joseph's school hall. A lecturer Mrs. Wm. McGuire gave a reading on Thoughts for the New Year. Lunch was served. Mrs. Joe Sinnwell received the plate prize with Mrs. Francis Er- pclding and Mrs. Bernard Streit receiving high and second high in five hundred. Recipe Roundup, C.D.A. cook book's are available from any member. George Bun ton was i released from an Iowa^t(>|tyhopsital Monday and returned HomeJV''' Win, Gade was'takenliiby Hyink ambulance to Stv'Ann hospital, Algona, where : he > is a medical patient. ATTEND FUNERAL The Joe Sinnwells attended the funeral Monday for Mi 1 . Sinn- well's step-mother, Mrs. John well died Friday ift a Waterloo hospital. She is also survived by her husband. SHOWER IS GIVEN A pre-nuptial shower was held for Joan Becker in St. Ce* cclia Academy hall Sunday. She Is a daughter of the Herman Beckers, Irvington, and will marry Gary Ludwlg, son of Mrs. Agnes Ltidwig, Corwith, and the late John Ludwig, Jan. 30, at St, Cecelia's Catholic church. INJURED IN ACCIDENT Wilfred Kohlhaas is a patient in St. Joseph's Mercy hospital in Fort Dodge with serious injuries suffered Monday morning when he upset with a tractor and portable grinder on the road near his home northeast of St. Joe. Richard McGuire, son of the M. T. McGuires, injured in a tractor accident in April, is convalescing here at the home of his parents after eight months in St. Ann hospital, Algona, and in St. Joseph's Mercy hospital in Fort Dodge. Pat McGuire injured in a road construction accident in July near Storm Lake went to Storm Lake on Monday for a check up. Both had leg and hip injuries. On Monday, Jan. 18th Pat will have skin grafting on his leg. Mrs. Maggie Thilges and Alfred were Sunday visitors with the Bob Gappas, Ayrshire. The John F. Redings have a daughter born Jan. 13 in St. paternal grandparents, the Marold Redings. The Series are the. maternal grandparents. Henry BoritiafifiS Slid daughter Mildred Borhlahn are in Rochester, Minn., this week. Sinnwell, 83, at Sacred Heart'Joseph's Mercy hospital, Fort Catholic church in Waterloo, Dodge. The Redings have a son, with burial at Ionia. Mrs. Sinn- Jeff, 2, who is staying with his VALUABLE COUPON THIS COUPON nd 40e admit one (including rental if needed) WEDNESDAY, JAN, 20 STAR ROLLER RINK LeRoy Lau, Owner Phone collect for Parties * 295-2166 MONUMENTS - MEMORIALS Dean Kinsman, owner of Algona Monument Co., wishes to remind you th.it there can never be a substitute for a monument .- . . of knowing you marked th« final resting place of your departed loved one in the proper manner. Algona Monument Co. offers a wide selection which they can furnish in various sixes, styles and designs. If you wish to save, please before you buy, write or call 29J- 5565 Algona Monument Co., and (at them give you the facts about monuments and . me rkers, both granite and bronis, for cemeteries and memorial Gardens. Algona Monument Co. Phone" 295-5565 ' : Algona, Iowa SHOWER ON MONDAY A miscellaneous shower will be given Jan. 18 at 7:30 p.m. for Audrey Curtis at Burt Methodist church. She will marry Dennis Johnson, in the air forca, in Lincoln, Neb., where they will live. A shower for her was held Jan. 12 at the Johnson House in Algona by the employees of the Good Samaritan Rest; Hpnie where she has been working. Audrey, daughter of the Charles Curtises, and Dennis, son of Ihe Warner Johnsons, will be married in Burt Methodist,church at 7:30 p.m. Jan. 23, iRev. ,M..,C. Davies officiating. ',•:••' '..!',. . , . CIRCLES TO MEET Circles of .the W.S.C.S. will meet Jan. 20. Inez—hostess. Be- mta Mitchell, devotions, Marlenc Davis, program, Barbara Harms, roll call, morning, special,' Esther Hilton. Hazel—2:15., lips- tesscs, Lorraine Campney and Blanche Long; devotions, Stella Gecsman: program, Lureria Sp- derberg; roll call, Genesis; spe.- cial, Mary Jean Andrews, Mildred—2:15, hostess, Lefic McMullen; devotions,'' Liijju Hawcott; program, Mary Baer; roll call, wisdom. Burt Woman's Club will meet at the Presbyterian church Jan, 18, Hostesses are LllUe Fredrickson, Beth Miller and Esther Sorenson. The prograni is on heal your home the way you light it ELECTRIC HOME HUm-feTf tf* new and f 9 r cleaner way to heat your home, Electric heating fe « elfin if electric light... and as qultt, tw. Sitting thi thermostat U about HI th4 work you do when your homi it teatri e'tctrigally. Ask us for detail! about flectric heating; find why more ttui IVt niilion homes are completely kite* ilictrically... for clean, quiet Wflifpjt Algona Municipal Utilities ale continues all this week 1 CHOCOLATI JUT Fresh and Delicious^ BAG Nylon •I«it4 19x33 ASSOtTID COLORS LADIES' msr QUALITY 400 NEEDLE MICRO MESH IEAMLESJ Color: Daybreak > PAIRS CANNON PRINTED Bath "x44 ?*fl mi. tf'jmj*-^*^ KITCHEN Terries with FRINGE 'ASSORTED SPRING •PATTERNS Infant's CREEPER tAWLE i CORDUROY with '1UILT- IN BIS" ,- .ASSORTED COLORS with POCKETS I^V J HIGH BULK ORLON CAMPUS HOSi ASSORTED CQLORS SIZES: * THRU 11 Slight Irregulars of /$i. oo VALUES: REAl IUY Wash LADIES' IMPORT BALLIRINAJ SUFFERS as A"Wc cioth 27 Sm-Med- 1-ge. . 26 Ot. ROUND PLASTIC astebaske TURQ.-PINK-WHire LADIES' GABARDINE , STRETCH WITH STIRRUPS H'aclc & Asst.. . Size- 10-18 ,JP^ *^?^^-' LADIES' Cov«r«ll APRONS 3 PANELS •'2 LARGE POCKETS ASST, PRINTS EXTRA LARGE SIZES 13 M Dia.j 15 "High 1 " :i<ifs ^rd 7t3 t3",» l-'-V.-iSfT; ini m Nylon/Acetate, L«c« A frlsjn9l«| M«ntll|( Black-, White ^ 47 '>2 ^ Kltch«N SINK SET J»^*?w«rt**ider &£" 47x 17" DEH DRAINER 20;sl5"PPHTRAY 97 PINK tvwKr&itts J S\ ^- f*** M*f«l letter Fib FOR RECOR'J KEEPING 12x5x10' mg^m •18. 2*» I 97 A5SO1TIP Sox NOTES Large Assortment M«t«l PHOTO FRAMES 20 PC ONLY PLASTIC ^ M Dishes 3" ttt, "PINK WHITE PLUS STORES

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