Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 14, 1967 · Page 17
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Feitoii church £•" * group his 10 " r Ponton — W9CS of the fetitoit Methodist church met Thursday evening in the church, Mrs. Dale Voigt had charge of the worship serv<, ice. For. the program Mrs. Russell Kdridge had arranged for guests, the Frank Ryer- sons, Burt, to present their slides set to recording and music on "The Meaning of Christmas." There was a special recognition in honor of the ten new members; Mrs. Clarence Gingrich; Mrs. Roger Ritchie, Mrs-. Bill Raab, Mrs. Kenley Zwiefel, Mrs. Marold Schlei, Mrs. James taabs f Mrs. Gladys Smith and Mrs. LeRoy Jacobsdfl. Mfs. Sheldon Mef fill and Mrs. E. A. Melltnd could fldt be present. The president, Mrs. R*y Zwiefel, presented each new member with a long stemmed rose as the secretary, Mrs. Clarence Osborn, called each name and recorded it in the mem* bership roll. Mesdames Wendell Rusctt< Jack Gerhart, and Merle Voigt and Wilfred Laabs assisted on: the program, The Madrigal singers from Sen; tral School were presented by Kenley Zwiefel, Quests were Mrs. Patsy Goetsch, Oak Park, 111., Mrs. Carol Sewell, Long Beach, Calif., and Mrs. Corrine Jorgenson. 'Hostesses were Mrs. Jack Gerhart, Mrs. Wendell Rusch, •Mrs. Art Voigt and Mrs. Jess Newel. AID HAS PARTY Aid of St. John's Lutheran church held a Christmas party Wednesday at the church with 70 members and guests present. A potluck lunch was served. Rev. Splcer gave devotions. Mrs. Harold Elmers, Mrs. Ed Meyer, Mrs. Vic struecker and Mrs. James Meyer sang. Mrs. Amos Fin- nested gave a humorous reading, Mrs. "Olif Norland, Mrs. Rex Spicer, and Mrs. Ervin Borchardt gave a reading, and Mrs. Franklin Rush read a poem. Christmas .carols were sung and gifts were exchanged. Mrs. Vic Dreyer is a new member, and Mrs. Omar Lenning resigned. The Clifford Blightons, attended the wedding of Colleen Swanson to Donald Miller at fistherville last Sunday. Mr. Miller is a former neighbor of the Blightons. The W. A. Schwartzes, Windom, visited one day last week with Mrs. J. A. Schwartz. DIAMOND'S •OY'S CftOMFTON CORDUROY PARKA OFF HOOD-WASH- ABLI TOOL. 4 COLORS TO CHOOil FP1OH....... Sites ««ole. CemeefeetSia.fi ALL WEATHER COATS WTM IIP OUT PILI LINING Alee hi litre Lenta . Sweaters .. SWIATfftS MORI SWIATIRS and Fashions TJSta IMS CORDUROY DRESS COATS MANVWITN PLMSH Latest Colors WATCHES DIAMONDS Jadtt H^«]iartf rs of NorAwtst Iowa Th« Kenneth Halversohi, visited > Sunday afternobn it Mike Nelson'*. ' The Lloyd Kerns, Rhonda and Jody, and Mrs, Kdrtt Mueller attended the baptiiffl 6t Angela Marie. Kern at St: Andrew's Lutheran church, Ames, Sunday. '. ' -:. The Omar Lehnlngs and Linda were Sunday guests of Lennings 14th wedding anniversary. Mrs. Darrell Householder, Carter Lake, had major surgery at St. Joseph hospital, Omaha, last week. ••:, The Ervin Runkes and Patricia were Saturday evening visitors at Mrs. Shirley Zumach's. The Ray Uthofs and William Boettchers, Lone Rock, visited Sunday at Don Uthofs, Dodge Center, Minn. The Chester Skaars, Harold and Burnett, Primghar, were Sunday guests at Albert, Mitchell's. . The Ray Stoebers were guests Sunday at Irvin Kassulke's .for John's 3rd birth' day. *£•=» The Frank McFalls attended the funeral of Holland Wasson at Humboldt last Monday. . The Melvin Berklands and Karen were Sunday afternoon visitors at Mrs. Shirley Zumach's. " The James Meyers were Thursday supper guests at Stan Berkland's. ___ MYF of the Fenton Methodist church met Dec. 6 at the church with 22 members present. Billy Duncan had the lesson.' Rev. Eldridge gave the worship. The MYF plans to have a bake sale Dec. 16. Lunch was served by the host* ess Mary Ellen Dltsworth. The Ray Uthofs visited' Warren Householder, patient at St. Mary's hospital, Rochester Sunday afternoon. • The Charles Westfalls, Edward Westfalls, Tommy and Ann, and Mrs. Hazel Peterson, Graettinger, were Sunday guests of the Gerhart Hantelmans. The Eldon Hurlburts, Fort Dodge, were Sunday guests at Fred Jentz's. ChurchNews First Lutheran .Bev. Robert r. Lorrat, Pastor practice; Sstwrdty, Dot. 11 1130 p.m. — Senior Confirmation claw. . 1:00 p.W. — Christmas Tree decorating bee • Luther League. 4 1:30 p.m. ^-Sunday School practice* for Christmas pro* gram. Sunday, Dtc. 17 ' 9:00 a.m. —' Sunday Church School. v 10:30 a.m. — The Service for the Third Sunday in Ad- Vent. •• 2:30 p.m. — Sunday School Christmas program, with all parents and friends invited to participate. There will be a Christmas remembrance for each regular pupil present. Monday, Doc. IS 7:30 p.m. — Church Council special meeting. Wednesday, Doc. 20 7:00 p.m. — Senior Confirmation class meets. St. Cecclio Catholic MX Rev. Mur. P. P. Otircn 10:00 a.m. ^ Worship Service. Burt Full Gospel Jeff BeffMtt, foifor •«rt 10:00 a.m. School, 11:00 a.m. •flip. 8:00 p.m. Service. 7:00 p.m. pies meeting. — Sunday Morning Wor• - Evangelistic -. : Young Peo- it 7:00 p t m. — Youftg Peoptel Meeting. .. >.->... 7:30 p.m. •— Evening Evafc gdttic Meeting. _f*ijrer Meeting eveff Thurldiy at 7:30 p.m. First Bqptist Mtck CfttlftMI. fitter Alejono 13 . u ; Choir .. ^.Wednesday, Dec. n ,6:30 p.m.— Junior LChristmas caroling party, ending at the church with refreshments. Carolers will be ] brought home. Senior Confirmation chang- |ed to Saturday this' week only. Thursday, Doc. 14 3:30 to 4:45 p.m. — Week, | day Church School. 4:55 to 5:45 p.m.— Junior I Choir practice. 7<30 p.m. — Senior Choir • . • . - '. • •' - *'..•••:• l '- '"'.'•••.''••• " ' ' •'.''•,.'"• ' - ... your Spring Fertilizer - ••" i •-'.•." " • ... • t - • i - ' -• ••' • needs until you have seen the boy s at C ARGILL! YOOU BE 6UO YOU DID Cargill Incorporated Pkonm.2741 Noiortnt Algonr 9:45 a.m. — Sunday School. 10:45 a.m. — Morning Worship. Thurtday, Die. 14 7:30 p.m. — Midweek Prayed and Bible Study at the church. The study will be from the book of Romans, chapter 14. The monthly church business meeting will follow the prayer service. Sunday, Dee. 17 9:30 a.m. — Sunday School. Mr. Ron Bitz, Sup't. 10:45 a.m. — Morning Wor- AlfonA Otwa) AoVinto I g6ibo .p.m., —' "ifiSai^jj^t^ 6:30 p'.m/Ch«ftibil> • **; : ^ 6:30 p.m. - Jet Cfidetft.,, 6:30 p.m. — Junior High and Senior High Young Pea- pie, 7:30 p.m. — Evening Set-Vice. Senior Choir Practice to follow the evening service. Thursday, Dee. 21 7:30 p.m. —The all church Christmas program will be held at the First Baptist Church. . -i. We welcome you to worship and serve with us at the First Baptist Church. , I! '?,1 • ;Ji MASSES AT ST. CDCBUA Sunday Masses — 6:00, 7:30. 9:00 and 10:30. Weekdays — 6:45 and 8 a.m. CONFESSIONS — Saturdays, days before First Friday and Holidays. On the hour 3:00, 4:00, 5:00, 7:00, 8:00, 9:00 p.m. Other times by appointment. Sacred Heart Catholic Rev. lUlph Okermlri Ledyord 7:00 and 9:00 a.m. — Sunday Masses. 7:30 a.m. — Week Day Masses. •••.;•••> . • ' • • Confessions Saturday night at 7:00. Sunday 6:30 and 8:30 a.m. 8:00 p.m. — Knights of Columbus meet the first Monday of the month. 8:00 p.m. — Rosary Society tiie second Wednesday of the month. Sacred Heart Catholic Rev. Robert A. Thlelt Livormoro Sunday Masses — 8 and 10 a.m. Weekday Mass — 7:30 a.m. First Fridays at 7:30 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Bethany Evangelical and Reformed Rev. Victor VriCMn Ledyard 9:00 a.m. — Sunday School. 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