Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 31, 1966 · Page 15
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 15

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 31, 1966
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New pastor installed at Seneca church April .3. Sunday School is at 9 a.ift. and worship service at 10 a.fli. ,Mrs. Mary Bashara was at the Ed' Munyef home in Elmons Friday and Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Froelich and family of LuVerne, Mr. and Mrs. Ron Zielske and family of Albert Lea, Mrs. Hannah Ziel* ske of Lake Mills, Mr, and Mrs. Imer Zielske and family of jitcksen and Rev. and Mrs. Vic,or Vriesen and family were dinner guests of the Myron Busohes in honor of their daughter, Jacklytij who will be confirmed next Sunday.. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Westre and Mr, and Mrs. Myron Wes tre, Timmy and Virginia of Humboldt were guests of the MelvituBusches in honor of Su san who will be confirmed next Seneca — The Rev. Harold — <— — — — — - - -- -L. Andersen was informally in- 1 Parents, the Glen Hoppes, Tru...... man, on Sunday. Due to telephone service interruption they had not been able to communicate since before the storm. The Loofts reported the storm damage not nearly as severe in the Truman area. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Jensen recently returned from a two weeks trip to Florida. Enroute ;o Florida they went to New Orleans where they visited Mrs Pauline Flaig. stalled as the pastor of the St. Paul's Lutheran Church, Ringsted, and the Blakjer Lutheran Church, Seneca parish, Sunday morning, March 27, by the Rev. Clifton Bruland of Forest City, at the St. Paul's Lutheran church at Ringsted. The Rev. and Mrs. Andersen and their family are shown above. Back row, left to right, Frank and Mary; front row, Ruth Ann, Mrs. Andersen, Mark and Rev. Andersen. The Church Council and other officers of the St. Paul's congregation were installed during the service by the new pastor, Rev. Andersen. Rev. Andersen is a garduate of Dana College and Trinity Seminary, both at Blair, Neb. He served four years in Indianapolis, Ind., for six years as pastor at Portland, Ind., and the past six years at Shelby; Iowa. Mrs. Andersen was also graduated from Dana College at Blair. The Andersens have four children, Fran'K, 16, a sophomore in high school, Mary, 13, in the seventh grade, Mark, 8, in the second grade and R.uth Ann, 5, in kindergarten. The children are enrolled in the Ringsted schools. There was a reception and "Pantry Shower" at the ALOONA (Iowa) ADVANCl—3 tHUKSDAY, MARCH 31, Ytt* Sunday, * Mr. and Mrs. Harold Herapg took Nancy back to Northwestern College on Sunday. ' Mr. and Mrs. Gus Simonsiriei* er took his sister, Mrs. Anna Weise, back to Mason City Sun* day evening. She had come to attend the open house anniversary jpbservance for Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Simonsmeier held at the Swea City VFW Hall Sunday afternoon. Last Sunday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Gary Courrier and Dawn of Keister, Mr. and Mrs. Willafd Bosttcher, Paul and Jerry, Mrs. Don Hagedorn, Todd and Darla and Mrs. Bob Jorgenson helped Paul Zielske celebrate His 81st birthday. Welcome to IN OUR STORE ALCONft HIGH Ledyard Mrs. Earl Jorgenson St. Paul's Lutheran church parlors Sunday evening honoring the Rev. Andersen and his family attended by members and friends, of the St. Paul's and Blak- jer congregations. Mr. Allen Glasnapp, Ringsted, was master of ceremonies. After extending a cordial welcome to the honored guests, the Rev. Andersen and his family, and other friends and special guests, he called upon the Rev. Gordon Miller, pastor of the St. John's Lutheran church, rural Ringsted, for devotions. Mary Lou Larsen presented a vocal solo, with accompanist, Ruby Mae Petersen. Mr. Glasnapp then introduced the members of the Andersen family and the Rev. Andersen responded by giving a short resume of their life history. A vocal solo was then presented by Barbara Helfritz. The Rev. Oliver Johnson of Cylinder, the Rev. Robert Hickman, pastor of the Presbyterian church, Ringsted, and the Rev. Gordon Miller, Ringsted, all welcomed the new pastor and his family to this area. The program closed with a flute duet presented by Susan Petersen and Jean Ann Ellertson. Refreshments were served by the women of the church and a social hour followed. The Rev. Andersen succeeded the Rev. Stanley Hansen who resigned last September to accept a call at Exira, Iowa. The parish has been served by supply pastors since Rev. Hansen's departure. NEW CHURCH HOURS The Blakjer Lutheran church will resume its regular time schedule for services beginning Sunday, April 3. The worship services will begin at 8:45 and Sunday School will follow at 9:45. The newly installed pastor, the Rev. Harold Andersen, will have charge of the Lenten services at the Blakjer church this Thursday evening at 7:30. A social hour will follow in the church parlors. Come and meet the new pastor and his family. Mrs. Betty Moll and children of near Des Moines spent the weekend with Mrs. Moll's parents, the August Nelsons. Mr. Nelson and the Kenneth Halver- sons returned from a vacation trip with relatives in Arizona just in time to be in on the snowstorm which paraly?ed this area for several days. Mrs. Nelson visited with her daughter and family in Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. David Looft and sons visited with Mrs. Looft's Mrs. Fred Munyer was dismissed from the Blue Earth hospital on Tuesday. Mrs. Dallas Green went through the clinic at Rochester and is now at home here. Last Saturday Zilphy Hardt went to Algeria and was met there by her son Supt. Quentin Hardt. She returneid to Havelock with him and on Sunday the Hardts all attended a family reunion in observance of the fifty-fifth wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Samsel of Storm Lake which was held at the Methodist church there. Mrs. Samsel is the former Qlga Hardt. .Mr., and Mrs. Marlin Hardt of Swea City also attended. Mrs. Hardt spent the week at Havelock and returned to Ledyard on Saturday. 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