Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 7, 1966 · Page 11
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THUftg&AY, APRIL 7,19M ALOONA (low.) ADVANCI-3 Advertise In the Advante..— Urq«»» PAID <ireufatlenl JiiiH •"""^""""•'"iiiiiiiiMHininiiiii^ THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL PENTON Experienced Embalmers and Funeral Directors —•— RELIABLE 24 HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE _ _ ^§k ^^^™**, Funerals May Be Referred To Us With Confidence Phone 889-2796 — PENTON RINGSTED PHONES: 886-1006 — 886-1001 — 886-1970 Warm hearted hospitality with the modern touch in MINNEAPOLIS 19" TV in rooms lhdividua| air-conditioning and heating Restaurant •< "-•• • •• Room service Beauty shop Hertz Rent A Cars Swimming pool Conveniently located to shops and airport BOULEVARI CONGRESS MOTEL 5637 Lyndale Ave., So. Minneapolis, Minnesota On U. S. Hwys. 55 & 35W. 3 miles North Int. 494 Phone 612 TA 5-4488 WSCS breakfast /w»7> •r^p-r* ""* ,' x~ ' Commufiidft Set-vice,. ' . Friday, April NT fi80 fr.in,, ^- G»o& fridiy vie* fit Btflt l^rcsbjrtefiW rch. ,'.*." . Vt 6:30 a.m. — Bastef Sunrise "service tot Melitodlst and Pw* byterian youth at Surt Methodist church. 9 a.m. — Divine Worship. 10 a.M, —•• Sunday School. Wednesday, April 13 District meeting of .the W.S. C S •"•.•'• 5 to 7:30 p.m. — MYP Pancake Supper. tef Breakfast will be served in vice is 10 o'clock at the Metho* thifr chufeh. The Service' is ih elwtfge 6f the M,Y.r. 9:45 a.m. ship. 10:43 a.m. Morning WW- Church Senool. The WSCS Flower Garden Fellowship Breakfast held Thursday morning in the Methodist Church dining room was one of the most interesting events sponsored by that society in some years as a money raising venture. For it took the place of the annual Spiritual Bazaar. A background for a garden had been painted on a sheet by Mrs. L. L. Snyder and hung at the front of the room. To each of the ten circles had been assigned a different flower and one was passed to each member earlier with an envelope attached. Mrs. Roy Hutzell, who is secretary of Spiritual . Life, presided and a paragraph was read introducing each flower giving to each a tribute of Christian Womanhood. As each was called, members of that. Circle responded by pinning in the correct place their garden of flowers, so that when completed, it was a garden of beauty. Paper flowers had been made earlier by a committee and each woman present wore hers as a corsage till called to place it in the garden. Mrs. Everett Steven opened the program by singing, The Garden. Then as the different flowers were named, Mrs. W. A. Foster responded for For- ythia; Mrs. J. B. Asa, for the Pansy; Mrs. M. G. Norton for the Violet; Mrs. Lyle Steele for Lily of the Valley; Mrs. G. R. Cook, for Tulips; Mrs. John Thompson for Roses; Mrs. John, Lone Reck Mr*. A. A. Krueger '»•«•»»»»«««••••••••••»•• Mrs. Kenneth Jones, had • as guests Tuesday for Mrs. Roger Jensen's birthday Mrs. A. A. Krueger, Mrs. E. A. Lee, Mrs. Milton Madison, Mrs. .Kenneth Jackson, Mrs. Harlan Blanch : ard and Mrs. Jess Blanchard. Mrs. Erick Seegebarth had as guests Thursday for Mrs. Roger Jensen's birthday Mrs. Frank Flaig, Mrs. Roy Jensen, Mrs. Willis Cotton, Mrs. Melford Mitr chell, Mrs. E. A. Lee, Miss Tena Jensen and Mrs. A. A. Krueger. The Roy Snyders, Goldfield, spent last Sunday visiting the Roy Jensens while the Don Houcks, Keystone, attended the wedding of Georgia Marlow at Burt. The James Jensens, Albert Lea, were Sunday guests of the Roy Jensens. Will Christenson and the A. A. Kruegers spent Sunday at Ronald Christenson's at Belgrade, Minn., for his birthday. Among those from here at Cinerama at Minneapolis Saturday were Mrs. E. A. Lee, Janet Hammerstrom, Jill Blanchard, Raphael Hurlburt, Carol Jones, 'Susan 1 'Blaflfhartf ,M Mary ,\Lee, Madison, Diane Person, Ann Fort- Good Hope Methodist Mv. M«rtln Oavle* Lent Reck Thursday, April 7 8:30 p.m. — Maundy Thm*- day Communion Service. Friday, April 8 12:30 to 2:30 p.m. — Good Friday services in cooperation with the Algona Ministerial Union, Algona Methodist church. Sunday, April 10 6:30 a.m. — Easter Sunrise Service sponsored by Algona Protestant Youth Council, Congregational Church. 10 a.m.— Sunday School. 11 a.m. — Divine Worship. Wednesday, April 13 District WSCS Meeting. Presbyterian Livermore: Jiv. Ralph Hlndmm Livermore Our Union Good Friday Ser vice is at the Methodist Church at two o'clock. Both pastors wil speak, using two sayings 01 Christ from the cross. Sunday, April 10 The Easter Sunrise Service is at the Livermore Park or in this church at six o'clock. The Eas United Brethren LuVerne Evangelical Rev. Ralph S. Hlndmnn LuVerne Thursday, April 7 2 p.m. — Women's Society of World Service will meet. Mrs. Fred Merkle is the hostess. Mrs^. Lawrence Marty will present the lesson. The offering for KYN will be received. Our Union Food Friday Ser- dist Church*,Thte is a service of Holy, Corffftiunibn. Meditatioft will 6e bjf' ; tfiis pastor. Jurtday, April 10 The Easter Sunrise Service and breakfast is six o'clock in the pvefm 4 6¥§ Pa*rk or in the Presbyterian church. The Easter breakfast is in the Presbyterian Church. The young people' of this church are invited. 10 a.m. — Church School. 11 a.m. — Morning Worship. Zion Lutheran Church Rev. ft. T. Mueller LuVerne Maundy Thursday, April 7 2 pifftt •»' iJadiei Aid; 7:30 p.m. —, Holy CdmfflUfk iotft ' . : ' ' : ."••••' : ' ; G«od Friday, April S 1;30 Piffl. -^ Worship Setvicer. (alter* Sunday, April 10 9 a.m. **• Sunday School and Bible Class. 10 a.m. 7:30 attd ff . school Teachers oidu^p.nir *"» ->«IHJH«SB»*I««W< business meeting preceded by Board and Committee meetings ey to BUILD OR COLD-SINUS Miseries? U your head pounding—note running—arc your eyei watering and are you meeting—tneeilng—ineeiingf Have you blown.your noie until it is raw? . 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Check those, modern features: : • • Long Term—Low Payments • No Penalty for Payment in Advance) - ' - ' ' i ; : '• , - • i •! • Low Coit—No/ Fees or Commissioiu • Mortgage Protection Life Insurance) Is Available When you need money to buy land, pay debt*; buy equipment or ; for other farm or family needs, see us fore LAND BANK LOAN South of Penney's, Algona, (owe (Preferably Mondays and Wednesdays) E. H. Hutehins, Manager Helen Hees, Assistent Wilson for Asters; Mrs. Perry ney, Gary Rath, Michael Lee, Collins for the Peony which was Mrs. Don Blanchard, the Ray -- - - Neswolds, Britt, Rev. Albert Bullocks, also Lester Bullock and fiancee. Afterwards they were all guests of the Rev. Benjamin Meyers, former pastor here. Claude Whitehill, Algona, visited his sister, Mrs. Maude Blanchard, Friday. Sunday callers at Mrs. Blanchard's were the Alfred Schul- tzes and Chet Almes, Ottosen. purple; Mrs. Roy Adams for Ihrysanthemums of orange and rellow; Mrs. L.' L. Snyder for Jluebells. Mrs. N. M. Coughenour put into the garden a but- erfly brought from South America' and made of horses' hair. The Wesleyan Service Guild, unable to be present were re>resented by tall sun flowers tainted in the background. A nursery was provided for children so that many of the young mothers could attend. Mrs: John Hayes read a poem, Were You There, and Mrs. Elva Simpson gave the Benediction. More than 100 women were served juice, rolls, and coffee before the program and many others had sent their flowers and envelopes so.the garden, when finished, was a gay and colorful sight. It also netted a nice sum for the Society's treasury. Much credit goes to Mrs. Hutzell who originated and sponsored the project. Wild Turkey — A 21 Ib. wild turkey which Bill Criswell, Oakland pharmacist shot last fall is now mounted and can be seen in Oakland. The wild bird had a 10-inch "beard" which is considered trophy size. Its age has been estimated at 5 years. Churches April 7-8-9 All New Washers, Dryers and Dry Cleaners MORE FOR YOUR MONEY AT Evangelical Free Wesley Thursdey, April 7 2 p.m. — White Cross meet- Easter Lilies 5-BLOOM $ Your Chokf 2.88 up ing. 7:30 p.m. — Communion Service. Friday, April 8 1 p.m. — Union Good Friday Service at the Wesley Methodist Church. Sunday, April 10 9:30 a.m. — Easter Morning Worship, 10:30 a.m. — Sunday School. April H-13 District Conference at the Evangelical Free Church at Albeit City, Iowa. April 13-17 Missionary Conference. Methodist Rev. R. A. iiewm«y«r Livermore Thursday, April 7 3:45 p.m. — Junior Choir practice. 7 p.m. — Senior Choir rer hearsal. 8 p.m. — Holy Communion Service. Friday, April 9 2 p.m. — Union Good Friday Service in the Methodist church. Sunday, April 10 6 a.m. — Union Youth Sunrise Service in the Presbyterian Church and Breakfast following the service. 9:30 a.m. — Worship service. 10:30 a.m. — Sunday School Burt Methodist NORGE LAUNDRY & CLEANING VILLAGE Counselor on duly to handle your dry cleaning and help with your washing problems. .111 II OPEN HOUSE SPECIALS No. 1 Largest TOP LOAD WASHERS le 15 20 Lb. WASHER Bedspreads, Rugs, Work Clothes, Etc. 25' 50 Lb. DRYERS 10* ZERO SOFT WATER VARIETY 'f Leading Variety Store it* MsrJi» P«vlei Burt Thursdey, April 7 7 p.m.. — Msundy Thursday Need Printing? C»« H* ADVANCE! CLEAN OUT YOUR CLOSETS NOW! Reg. $2.50 8 Ibs. Dry Cleaning SPECIAL DRAPES OUR SPECIALTY 405E.SM Open 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. MING IN YOUR DRY CLEANING-WE DO THE WORK Raymond & Peggy Reid Algona, Iowa Pboiw 290-2627

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