Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 10, 1966 · Page 10
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 10

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 10, 1966
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Nurses Station at Home 4-ALCONA ADVANCE ^^^^^^^l^mtae^im^mimimxestt^fmHmmiimnmf's^, a- i *««« \ «a™™».»»»^.«™«~«™.-«™«.——~»™ THE NURSES Station is located in &e Central Area of the. Good Samaritan Home, r parti- filly enclosed by colorful wowHiber dividers, Jhe intercom system .and other means of com- ihunication for the entire building ate located here: From the desk the attendant on duty has a view of the three wings whteh'open off the Area besides being able t<r see the dining, recreational and chapel activities. Exclusive Advance Photo by Mike, Stillman. THURSDAY, MARCH 10/ eel tfartman, aiid Mrs. Flor< nee Safcton. f MAY! * DAY Twenty-one attended the Wo- Jd Day of Prayer services .re* etttly at the Fenton Methodist church. .Lorene ReitnerS led the services, assisted by Mabel Mor- ensen, Esther Frank and Frail* :es Stoeber. The offering will go to migrant ministry work, Indian Ministry, Christian Colleges in Africa and Asia and for Christian literature for women and children overseas. HAVE 25TH WEDDING wefe fhe Arnold HatiteltftafiS were Fhctey Oilers ftt Nortmn fiofc Uttger'a. ; .. ;;• ..•'- " • • "• •'• •• The William Bruhns SutidAy guests af Mf*. parents, the Leo Woods, Whit* teinore, the 'Curtis Olsons recently spent a week at their daughter, Mrs. Robert *facobs6n% Maynard, while the Jacobsons attended a ttatioHal meeting of school superintendents at Mian- on Keiifieth hdttMM for 6 .fur* otigh ffom the srmed service*. The Eulifl Schuellef* were today guests of the Nofttiatt Bollinger*. The'""" .«* « lu «... Bruhfis had their card club Sunday. Thejtowafd Bruhns were guests, The Joe Culbertsons won high, Jerry Reimerses low, and travel went to James Bierstedt. Mrs. Helen Widdel spent sev- tic City, N.J. The Clarence Osborns recent attended the Rural Electric convention at Las Vegas, Nev. The Melvin Berklands were last weekend guests, of /Rev O V K f 9 • V^ • WT E ^^OB» I i^^i' »*•»•' »' T***rmmf9f»mi**- ^—»—— :.' '' ~, The Eenton 47 dub honored and Mrs. Gehard Vorland in St Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Halverson Paul, Minn, ^ :. V-, Sunday evening for their 25th The names of t R» b «^Kra u »' wedding annivlrsary, and gave Gary Rath and .Judy^C^ were the Halversons a gift of money, unintentionally omitted from The evening was spent playing the list of omitted from students rat 500. High prizes went to Mrs. which received .-number Robert Krause and Eugene Hus- ings at the suth ***** at Ames recen ents were Paul ThotesOfl City, and IteiitoMi We* ley. The Kenhetti Andres the Louis Sunday. the Emll Mountain Lak_, . daypootes,, Algo««» Other . ,. era! days recently visiting "^ Glen Johnsons, Jewell, Mis son, Duane and family at Spirit Lake, Several from Fenton inciud- „. Temborg, Wash., and Mile Atiacortea, Lammers, . linger, Mrs. George Bollinger, rians of Mt, Pleasant, C. ttODCTl IVTttUSe »HU EKUSCIIC. »«.*.-».&" --.", ,,7,, **,!.. rm, A .r kamp. Low went to Mrs. Larry test at Lake Mdls recently. They Alt and Robert Krause. Travel are also eligible for state corn- was won by Larry Alt. ^"Goodwill truck which GIVES BOOK REPORT stopped at the Fenton Metho- The Town and Country Worn- ttst church recen.tly. only pick- en's Club met recently at Phy- ed up eight bags of goods. This lis Dreyer's with Lois Borchardt is iar below the average, assisting. Lorna Johnson gave a The Fred Mortensens were jook report on "The Man". Sunday guests of the Wilfred Thanks were sent to all who Laabs. „, ated in the Alumni ball The Norman Bollingers were eiames Ruth Newel was nomi- guests of the^James Kressins, nated to be the Qub's Diamond Whittemore, Thursday 11I1KCT. mis. VICWIgc iwujjiR*.*, liana wi ..»»,..--—-.-, - - .-. ,Mrs. Norman Bollinger, Mrs, es and Elmer Gissel Were honor Bernard Kramer, Mrs, William ed recently by President John Bruhn, Mrs. Kenneth KraUse, McDowell for attendance jec MM. Charles Weisbrod, Mrs ords. -Mr. Hayes Jiad a .pertecj Gene Tietz, Mrs. Jack Tiemanj attendance record of 38 years and Mrs. Theo. Ostwald attend- and Mr. Gissel for 15 years, ed a bridal shower for Georgia Martow at St. John's Lutheran church in Burt recently. She is to be married to John Bollin-1 ger, son of the George Bollin- gers, March 27 at Burt. IPIKOPAl CHURCH Thuridiy, Marth 10 1:80 p.m. — AHif «UiW. 4 v m. — Server Training. 8 pm. — Holy Communion and Lentfen IMiciwsioti. Sunday, Marth IS 11 t,m. — Holy Sunday School an MomUy, March 14 . 4 p.m. — Confirmation Class. 1:30 p.m. — fijteeutlve Board at Vivian KtthnV hon«, her td> bring pa hmu,.- -,.dish towels for St. Hike's hospi- 8 p.m, — Holy cwmibnlon and Lenten discussion. ., »»»»...--—- F » " . Spring District meeting. Seneca Mrs. Henry Leeft Jubilee Jewel. INVITED TO BURT The Carl Sewarts, Minneapolis, were weekend guests of the Wilfred Stoebers. Sunday the Interested members from St. Stoebers and the Sewarts went John's Lutheran, Fenton, and I to Iowa City to visit Wayne St Luke's Lutheran, Fairville, Stoeber and Don Yager, are Invited tcI the "Vineyard Mrs. Ernest Votteler spent Club" at St. John's Lutheran several days last week as a pa- at Burt March 13 at 5:30. The tient at the hospital at Esther- Recruitment of gifted Weekend guests of Martin , e£— wilberg were his daughter, Los, and her family. The Frank Seeleys, Spirit Lake, were recent guests of the ?red Boetchers. The Frank McFalls were Sun The Clarence. Osborns visited Mrs. Harvey Rath and family at the funeral parlors at Algona Sunday afternoon. The 1 Osborns attended the funeral for Mr. Rath Monday. Larry Johannesen was one of the three students from Kos- children to work as teachers, pastors, nurses, doctors and so forth. TO SHOW FILM St. John's, Fenton, will show a film on Lent March 27. This will be followed by a fellowship homemade ice cream social. The offerings of the evening will go to 'the Scholarship Fund. SHOWER IS PLANNED A miscellaneous shower is ^~~—— --- ,..-..•• THIS RESTFUL inviting Day Room'/is located just inside the east entrance of the new 'Good Samaritan Home. The unlined ombre drapes blend with the upholstery fabric and the Wood tones of the furniture. There are three Day Rooms, one located at the end of each wing of the building Exclusive Advance Photo by Mike Stillman. planned for Marlys Thompson >ride-to-be of Kenneth Kerber, at Fairville Lutheran church Sunday, March 13. BAKE SALE DATED The Senior Methodist Youth Fellowship is holding a bake sale March 12th starting at 1 p.m. in Stoebers Annex. Men to serve H-D banquet at Fenton church Fenton — Tickets are now available for the '" semi-anniiai Mother-Daughter banquet to be served by the men of the Fenton Methodist church March 22. Speaker will be Annette Green, .West Bend, who spends her /summer vacations working in a school in Mexico. She will have three high school girls with her i who spent this last summer working with her in Mexico. AID PLANS DINNER St. Luke's Aid of Fairville met Thursday with Rev. Bliss i leading 1 the opening devotions and also the discussion on another of the lessons in the series oh; Amos, Final plans were made if orserving .the. dinner for the pastors' conference March 7. It was voted to wait until right before Confirmation to clean the church rather than clean it before Easter. The group also voted to change the April meeting to Wednesday, April ,6 as the regular meeting day falls on Maundy Thursday. Mrs. Joe Culbertson and Jody were guests. Hostesses were Mrs. Delond Votteler and Mrs Paul Voigt. NAME DELEGATE St! John's Lutheran Aid, Fen ton, met Wednesday afternoon with Rev. Spicer leading devo tions. The topic was led by Rev. Spicer. Carol Meyer and day guests of the Clarence Underwoods. I The Wendel Rusches and Frank McFalls recently attended the Tall Corn music festival at State College at Cedar Falls. The Ernest Berklands visited Sunday with the Vic Guards and Vern Guards at Ruthven. The Mrs. Guards are sisters of Mrs. Berkland. Steven Berkland, son of the Ernest Berklands, left Monday after several days with his par- ',ents during J ;a quarter break from Ames. The Lyndon Kerbers left Saturday for Texas to bring their 1965 FORD 2-deer Fairlane 500 Sport coup*, bucket seats, Cruise-a- matic, radio, V-8, dark blue finish, in perfect condition. New $3200 •2350" TAYLOR MOTOR GO. FORD & MERCURY SALES & SERVICE Our sincere congratulations to the Good Samari- tan Home. Their very fine new building is cer- tainly a tremendous 'addition to pur town and the service rendered by the rest home is definite- ly an asset to the entire community. Best wishes for continued success. IOWA STATE BANK Algona's Home Owned Bank Algona, Iowa une Spicer were voted dele- ates to the Lutheran Home 'inding Society meeting in Ft Dodge March 14. Plans were made for the film to be shown March 27. Fenton will host the >astoral conference April 11. lostesses for the afternoon we•e Mrs. Darrell Dreyer, Mrs. iarold Eimers and Mrs. Frank Dreyer. TO MAKE CLOTHING WSCS of the Fenton Methodist church met Thursday with Mrs. Wendel Rusch in charge of the devotions and Mrs. Wilfred Laabs the lesson. April 4 was set as the deadline to have items in for the Church World Service Drive. .An emergency call Was received for bedding. Some of the women are going to make pajamas for children in Viet Nam. Hostesses were Mrs. Ralph Weisbrod, Mrs, Her- BEST WISHES to the Good Samaritan Home on its Congratulations — TO THE — Good Samaritan Home ... on your beautiful new addition. Best wishes on your Open House and Dedication Sunday. We were proud to have been chosen to handle all of your PAINTING AND DECORATING. Reliable Decorators Open House and Dedication Sunday, March 13 MILO RENT? 53269 KERMIT FORBES 5-3753 ALGONA, IOWA We were proud to have had a part in this beautiful new addition to Algona ERNEST H. SCHMIDT MANKATO, MINN, WE WERE MOST HAPPY TO HANDLE ALL OF THE... ROOFING and SHEET METAL -on The New- Good Samaritan Home It WM indMd • plcasur* t« hindto another reefing and •h«tt metal job in Algona, particularly for • beautiful new Heme like the GOOD SAMARITAN HOME, kit wishes end congratuUlie«« te thii wenderful erganii*. tien en it* fine quarter*. We knew it will be • welceme and valuable addition te the Algena community. IOWA FALLS ROOFING CO. "Tti embsm PHONE M« 9151 IOWA PALIS

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