The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 1, 1960 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, November 1, 1960
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About 300 persons-are enrolled in? the Algona ^Circuit Lutheran Bible Institute,.Sri eight week night'school, ori Biblical |stiJ}jectSj at Trinity Lutheran* church here. The,school began/Suh'day {nighti Sept.' 25, and will continue- each Sunday night through: NpyJ >27| jit is' being held for the 12 cbngregations of the area circuit.*! : ;i ''\ {I." In the above photo,' snapped during 6ne>of'thfe .recent, Cessions, '•' Rev. Donald >Hfec'k of Ltivermdre, standing, center,; is> shown fa's he addressed the assemblage.-Other memb'ers of the faculty are shown at the right in the.front;row. • ;1 •' " ; i Instructors are Rev. Heck, Rev. G. J. C.j Qerlke,! Algona, 'Rev. D. E. Weiss, West Bend, Rev.' A. TV Rueber; 'Gariier,' Rev. -Oleo .KautschjiWhittemorey Reuben B' principal,!Whittem£re, Martin SchoMariri, school'principal,; Lotts Creek, and Rev. A.. L.' Schultz,' Burt', dean of the institute. • ' . i ' . . ( . Six courses are offered .each Sunday night. -It 'is the first ijist- itute'of its, kind offered in this area, accordjn'gttp Re'v. .Gerike, Who stated it wiilsbelfteld'ori} an anftual basis in future-years.'(UDM Engraving).' '.'' - , ' ',',.. T. ••-. j ••'j *- '''..'" Mrs J. B. Harris. entered Ann cal ihis Mrs L. R. {Walker has returned from a visit of three weeks with- relatives at t Newport^ Neb. • ; / Mr and Mrs Harold Hobson spent the week-end at West Union where they visited relatives. —o— Patricia McEnroe,of Des Moines spent the week-end here with her mother, Mrs'John McEnroe. • ' , i The W.S.C.S. of the Methodist church entertained the church choir at a dinner Thursday .evening. —o— Mr and Mrs Lloyd Pratt left Saturday on a hunting trip to Wyoming. They accompanied friends frqm Fairmont, Minn. Mrs Mary Brower, Geneva, arrived Saturday for a visit of several days with l|Cr son and family, the Rev. Myron Brewers. t Q , Mr and Mrs Mike. Rentz had as their guests recently their son- in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Norman Hanevik and son of St. Paul. —o—., Baptisms recently at St. Cecelia's Catholic church were Victor Lynn, son of Mr and Mrs Roger Sinnwell, and James Edward, son of Mr and Mrs James E. Welp. Mr and Mrs John Sorflaten of St. Paul are the parents of a son. Mrs Sorflaten is the former Jo- Ana P/otter, and her mother, Mrs Ethel 'Potter is at St. Paul with the family. —o— Mark Seeley and Joe Bradley, Jr., students at St. Thomas College at St. Paul, spent the weekend here with their respective parents, Mr and Mrs PauKSeeley and Mr and Mrs Joe Pradley. —o— A parish pot-luck supper will be held at St. Cecelia's Academy hall Wednesday evening at 6:30. The Catholic Action Guild will have the last of a series of public dinners Sunday at the hall. Serving will be from 12 to 2:30 and from 4 to 7. United Presbyterian Women will meet Thursday as follows: Circle A., 2 p.m., Mrs Lloyd Robinson, hostess, co-hostesses, Mrs Arthur Hix, Mrs Harold Smith. Circle B, 2 p.m., Mrs Charles Hardgrove, hostess, Mrs Hugh Carroll and Mrs»A!fred Sehenek, co-hostesses. Circle C, 1:45, Mrs Armor Lemkee, hostess, Mrs Paul James, Mrs Kenneth Strickler, co-hostesses, Ctfcle p, l:M, Mrs Irving Miller, hostess, Mrs Pusne Riley, s~ l ""*"° week on Tuesday! ati<\ Thursday Tuesday, Nov. 1, 1960 Algona (la.) Upper Des Maine*—3 nights 1 to explain the stewardship prdgrafn of the church. Mr and Mrs, John Hayes left Friday for Tokyo, Japan where they will visit '.'. their son and daughter-in-law, 'Lt. and Mrs Kirk Hayes. . •' , EJveretl Barr took a group of. Explorer Scouts to Iowa City Saturday where they ushered at the 'football game. Attending were John Schutter, Jim ' parsons, Dpug Barr, Bob, Garrris, Paul' Smith, Bill Bartlett, and Bill Ba-, • " ' ••' ' '-•'' tars Dean Parrott has returned frdm two weeks at Mystic with her mother, Mrs Gilbert 1 .Carter wftp had surgery, and .with her sister, Mrs Wayne Logan who also had surgery at Des Moines. Mr Parrott and daughters drove to Des Moines Sunday-to" bring Mrs Parrott home. Dr. and Mrs M. G. Bourne and son, Bill'a'nd Bora Pervaine, exchange student from Turkey living with the Bournes, spent the week-end : at Iowa City 1 where they attended ,the football game. They visited the 'doctor's coUsin, ,Mr and Mrs Martin O'Connor .at Grinnell. • , Intermediate 'and Senior Youth Fellowships of the Methodist church, had a Halloween' party Sunday evening. The.' Young Adult club was in charge of the party;and. Mr and Mrs:Max Bar-t tholomew and Dr. and Mrs L. L, Snyder were hosts. Mrs Joe Collier prepared the food. IS THE GOP REALLY THE PARTY FOR BUSINESS? Mr Nixon seeks election with the claim of having ,more experience, and of knowing how to stand up to Mr Khrushchev. In 1932, Herbert Hoover had more experience with the depression than Franklin D. Roosevelt. In 1940, Neville Chamberlain was more experienced than Winston Churchill in dealing with Hitler. Knowledge is needed, but it is the ability to think clearly and to act decisively that determines a man's suitability to fill an important executive position, not the length of time he may have been exposed to the problems of a job, Mr Nixon's claim that; he can handle Mr Khrushchev is hardly an issue. No president of the United • States, be he Kennedy, Nixon or anyone else will be able to deal effectively with Mr Khrushchev until our national economy is as geared to satisfy the needs of the American people, qnd the needs of those living in the impoverished areas of the world, as our military strength is geared to prevent the outbreak of war. Only from this dual position of. strength can we make progress in resolving our differences with the Soviet Union. Millions of our own people live in sub-standard housing and need better educational and health facilities. Yet, our own economic machine is faltering, because we grow more food and manufacture more products than we now consume or export. We live in a world in which two-thirds of the population is in dire need of our farm and industrial products; in a world in which it is in our own self-interest to provide these products for them. Yet, the Republicans flounder with this set of problems because their approach deals with the past, not the present, nor the. We need men in Washington who think in terms of what is needed and not what has been done. Creative planning, unthrottled by outdated concepts, is essential If the American economy is to move forward with a program for full production qnd full employment. The implementation pf such a program demands the policies and the strength of leadership of Senator Kennedy. riM 1 '' ' Mr Businessman, It is time to put aside the fiction that the OOP is the party of business. It is time tp discard cliches and false, outmoded concepts. It is time to analize issues In the light of national security, and select the candidate whose program will invigorate the American economy. ' Time is running out. America needs Senator Kennedy for President. Senator Kennedy needs your (Summary of a full page ad in the Oct. 3, 1960 issue of the Wall Street Journal, which was written and paid for as a public service by Milton J. Shapp, President of Jerrold Electronics Corp., Philadelphia., Pa.) YOUNG DEMOCRATS OF KOSSUTH COUNTY %K?j%ffiij!^fr?#^ What Will You Be Wearing Most This Winter? 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