Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 21, 1966 · Page 11
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 11

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 21, 1966
Page 11
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*•••••*•«••••••*•»••«•«• Churches St. Thomas Eoir~opal Her. Mllo ThurttUy, April 11 2 p.m. — Guild meeting at Vivian Kuhn's. 5 p.m. — Holy Communion, 7:30 p.m. — ' Sunday School Teachers meeting, Sunday, April 24 11 a.m. — Morning, Prayer. Pulpit exchange, Rev. Frank Harcey. Sunday School and Nursery. Monday, April 25 Church School Trai* ftihg Institute at Widrmday, ApriU; 8 p.m. — Commission oil Stewardship and Finance meets. Thursday, April 21 attends Conference Pastor Board of Missions Iowa Falls. meeting, 4 p.m. — Confirmation Class. Thursday, April 28 5 p.m. — Holy Communion. Burt Methodist R»v. Merlin Davies flurt Thursday, April 21 The pastor speaks at Kanawha Methodist church. Sunday, April 24 9 a.m. — Morning Worship Service. A pulpit exchange will take place, and Rev. Bruce Calbreath will be our guest preacher. Rev. Davies will preach at Burt Presbyterian church. 10 a.m. — Sunday School. Tuesday, April 26 First Lutheran RfVi Robert' t. terent Algeria Thursday, April 21 This is the day when clothing Will b© packed for overseas use among refugees, items must be brought to the church by early afternoon. 3:45 to 5:30 p.m. — Weekday Church School classes go into the lasst month of this year's sessions. 7:15 p.m. — Combined Senior-Chancel Choir practices. Friday, April 22 One car of women will attend the NW District LOW meeting at Trinity Church, Sioux City. Church bulletin notices deadline will be 10 a.m. Saturday, for this week only. Sunday, April 24 8:10 a.m. — Early Worship Service. 9:20 to 10:35 a.m. — Sunday Church School. 10:45 a.m. — Later Worship Service. 12:15 p.m. — Luther Leag- uets le*Ve for the _ „ at Storm Lake (time i* changed because Storm Lake will be oil daylight time^ fuAsday, April 26 4 to 5:30'frm. "~ &tiiof Co* firmation claSs. 8 p.m. — Pristilla Group, Lutheran Church Women, meets at the home of Mrs. Dale Kleingartner, with Mrs. Kenneth Seely as co-hostess. Bible study will be led by Mrs. ft. T. BUtt- kofske. Materials for Chrismons will be available. Please fating your Bible and April issue of "Lutheran W,omen". Good Hope Methodiil R«v. MeHln Dtvtai Lent Rock Thursday, April 21 7:30 p.m. — Methodist Youth Fellowship, 7:30 p.m. — Choir practice. Sunday, April 24 10 a.m. — Sunday School, 11 a.m. — Worship Service. A pulpit exchange Will take place, with Father Milo Dailey of St. Thomas Episcopal church preaching at Good Hope, and Rev. Davies preaching at the Algona Congregational church. Tuesday, April 26 Vacation Church School Training Institute at Ruthyen. Thursday, April 28 6 p.m. — Work Night at Good Hope church. We will be doing, cleaning up And ffclftg up around our building and grounds. Refreshments ,_. All meitilje^ df the, i-Ch are urged to come atia Presbyterian Liver mo re What to da about annoying sales calls i We've heard complaints from telephone customers about unwelcome and "pushy" telephone sales calls they've received at home. People have said (1) there are too many of these calls, and (2) callers are often inconsiderate or offensive. Telephone selling can serve a useful purpose in many instances. But we are concerned about those cases in which misuse causes annoyance to our customers. We are trying to do something about "pushy" or offensive calls. We're pointing out to telephone canvassers that an offended or angry person isn't likely to buy anything. We're urging businessmen to call only bona fide prospects, not pick names at random ... to call at times convenient to you, avoiding mealtimes, early morning, etc. And we're suggesting that they identify themselves quickly and honestly, avoiding disguised or indirect approaches. What Can You Do? The best remedy for the caller who won't accept your polite "no" is for you limply to hang up. You won't have to listen to his message, and he will surely get yours. Northwestern Bell Telephone Company Check the official yield tests-for proof of PIONEER. yields that give you extra An Extra $500 or More Per 100 Acres with PIONEER.! Before you pick up your seed corn this spring, check the official Iowa Corn Yield Test report. It shows how hybrids compare when grown under identical conditions. You'll see how Pioneer hybrids can make you more money than any other kind! • In District 3 high population test, first-place Pioneer single cross 3510 kicked out 5 bushels per acre more than the 2nd place entry. That's worth $500 or more on 100 acres. • Want an earlier single cross that still yields like a champion? Hybrid 3558 was the driest entry in Pist, 3 .last year-—yet outyielded the average entry by 10 bushels, • 3414-^a 4-way cross—outyielded the aver* age entry 7 bushels per acre with less moisture, • In District 2, just north of District 3, 3-way cross 3715 from Pioneer copped 1st place with 17 bushels above-* average yield—but was 4y|% drier. ^ No other corn came close.to the Pioneer record in high population tests; they ranked 1st in every district except the one in far western Iowa. See your Pioneer salesman right away for Iowa's number 1 yielders, PIONEER 9 CORN See or call Your Local • Pioneer Salesman: Liyerrnore Sunday, April 24 ( College Day Observance) 9:45 a.m, -^- Morning Worship. 10:45 a.m. — Church School. Tuesday, April 26 The North Central Iowa Presbytery Will meet at Nevada. Thursday, April 28 Presbyterial will meet at Fort Dodge First Church. Zion Lutheran Church Ktr. R. T. Mueller LuVtrn« The Christianaires Class will meet Thursday evening at the parsonage. The lesson is by Don and Donna Marty. Darlene and Otto Lawson are in charge of entertainment. Sunday, April 24 (College Day Observance) 10 a.m. — Church School. 11 a.m. — Morning Worship. 7:30 p.m. — Bible Study. lour pastors will exchange pulpits Sunday Burt — April 24 there will be a pulpit exchange. Rev. .Bruce Calbreath will preach at Burt Methodist church, and Rev. M. Davies will be at the Presbyterian church and Father Milo Dailey, St. Thomas Episcopal church, will preach at Good Hope, with the Rev. M. C. Davies ' at Algona Congregational church. Lone Rock and Mrs. Frederick Schultz will be honored Sunday, May 1, at an open house in the church parlors at the Presbyterian church for their golden wedding from 2 to 5 p.m. There will be a short program at 2:30. They invite their relatives and friends. They request no gifts. Sponsors will be their son, the Roscoe Schultzes, Milwaukee, Wis., and their two granddaughters, the John Schimetzes, Mil- ALC50NA (l^i) ADVANCES THUMOAY, APRIL 21, tftf. ha aftd fidfii, diHsfian^ii eft' route to his parent's home" in Afnolds Pafk, They returned iunday and Edrto Christiarison ccompanied hef li§i>he% tft Ce? daif fiapids for several Two-day opining tor Ttxaco station The grand opening at Joe's Texa«o on South Phillips street Will be Friday and Saturday, Apfil 22 and 23. A Shetland pony and other prizes will bs given away plus a frying chick- eight yUsaW! df ttj ers have a ter, Michelle. The Liwrmcc Mllltrs Easter guests at her Sister's : at Waterloo, 1* hey ! wfci*e joined by ither members of thd family. V, Th» Le» Witdih* Wer*> h<Hti Easter to & large grb'Up' of ?' Bernard Millers, Maton en with each fill-Up. Mr. Dor- .If. Sunday, lives The City, and the den6 Brandows were guests of the Wm. Daus sons, Burt, John Thompsons, o Minneapolis, Harvey Johnsons and Robert Arends, Algona. Mrs. Lu Godden left Saturdaj for her home in Lompoc, Calif, after several months here with her sister, Mrs. P. M. Christen son, and other relatives. Gary Rath spent the weekend at Boone at Racoon River Bible Camp Rally. There will be a church Family Night with pot luck supper at 6:30 p.m. April 24. Emily Nevitt, Algona, will show slides waukee, Wis., and Dawn Schultz, and tell of Christian work amo- itinneapolis. The Harvey Larsons and the loyd Broesders were guests of Mrs. Effie Teeter Easter. Other guests were the Edmund Lar- ATTEND WEDDING Wm. Otto, Mrs. Roland Lav renz, Floyd and Richard Lav renz attended the wedding ol Roger Lavrenz to Marsha Med ved at the Christian church in Milwaukee, Wis. April 16. A re ception with a buffet suppe was held at the Country Gar dens at 6:30 with 100 guests The Lavrenzes returned Sun day. Roger, son of the Rolan Lavrenzes, just returned re cently from, service; in Viet Nam and was in the Korean war a" so. AT NEPHEW'S WEDDING Loreli and Mayme Lavrenz attended the wedding of Allan Williamson to Judith Fleming Saturday at Sacred Heart church in Fort Dodge. A reception was held at the Warden hotel in the Continental room. The groom is the nephew of Mrs. Roland Lavrenz. Darrell Miller, Estherville, was a guest Friday to Sunday at Walter Steward's. Clara Reynolds returned home Wednesday from the Lutheran hospital in Fort Dodge. Boone Valley school band gave a concert Monday at the Burt school. Burt Band Mothers club served the senior recognition banquet sponsored by the Lions club at the schoolhouse April 18. Mrs. W. P. Hawcott and Mrs. Kenneth Sarchet went to Detroit, Mich,, over the weekend and brought Mrs. Hawcott's mo to the Hawcott home for an extended visit. The Dick Presthuses moved the first of the week to the An na Presthus farm home east of Burt. They were weekend guests at the parental Ralph John- ton's. The K. J. Smiths returned Saturday from their trip to Excelsior Springs, St. Louis, Mo. and Dixon, 111. There will be a book study Mday at 9:30 a.m. at Burt Methodist church. Karen Davies is the leader. Teachers, kindergarten and through the sixth grade, attended in service training and read ing conference at Herbert Hoover Junior high school in Sioux City. The all day meeting was sponsored by the Service Re search Associates. Supt. Cran ston and the language art tea cher, Ellen Stock, also attended Mrs. Deanna Campbell, Keo ta, has been hired as home eco nomics teacher. She is a grae uate of Cedar Falls. Her hus band will teach physics and ma th at Lakota. The Art Hansens, New Hart fordft reame .» Saturday and•* visi ed the Lawrence Doeges unti Sunday. Other guests Sunda were Mrs. Walter Adams an Vera and Mrs. Orrie Slhiplei and three children. Mrs. Hansen is Mr. Doege's sister, and Mrs. Adams is his daughter. Walther League of St. John's Lutheran church will have their Zone rally Sunday. The L.W. M.L. Spring rally is at Swea City April 27. The Alvin Baumgards visited his parents, the Wm. Baum- gards, Brewster, Minn., Sunday. Guests Sunday night at Alvin Baumgard's were the Le Roy Gunthers and Amos Ober- moellers, Brewster, Minn. Guests Sunday at Ronald Jurgen's were his folks, the C. A. Jurgens, Ledyard, for an anni- ther, Mrs. Rhoena Behse, g the Blackfeet Indians in Montana. Gary Rath was elected presi- ent of the Sentral school FTA or the coming school year. Other officers of this area are Mike Jackson, treas., and Kahey Sohadendorf, historian and reporter. Lone Rock Lively Rockets met at Kathy Binzen's with roll call on suggestions for Algona >ay. Patricia Lynch and JoAnn Bernhard gave talks. Demonstrations were given by Susan jynch and Jo Ann Binzen. The leader, Mrs. Binzen, gave la presentation. The hostess showed "What's in my Closet." The H. A. Blanehards went to Woodward Sunday to visit their daughter Patricia. The Dick Meyers, Algona, visited the A. A. Kruegers Sunday evening. Mrs. Audrey Farar, Chicago, came Saturday and is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Rodney Priebe. Mrs. Rodney Priebe had a surprise birthday party for Patsy Priebe last week. Guests were Mrs. Farar, Mrs. Jim Marlow, Mrs. Merwin Marlow, Mrs. Bob Marlow, Mrs. Bernard 'Miller, Mrs, Kenneth Schmidt, Mrs. Fritz Newbrough and Mrs. Ver- dabelle Pruit. BANCROFT COMMUNITY SALE ... * • i • -BENEFIT FOR JR. LEGION BASEBALL- t j Saturday, April 23 t I , .. , BEGINNING AT 10, A.M., ».;.:," Bring in anything you have to sell. We need good small tractors. For information call Tony Schneider 5222 or 5251 at Bancroft, or Quinn, Clark or Leek. w i McKinnon American Legion Post, Bancroft, Iowa versary dinner. Mrs. Ronald Jurgens was with her mother, Mrs. Art Cody, Cylinder, April 19 when she had major surgery at Memorial hospital, Emmetsburg. The Junior-Senior banquet will be held April 29. The operetta, "The Pied Piper of Hamelin", will be given at Burt school at 8 p.m. April 22 directed by Mrs. Erna Grover. Fidelis class will meet April 27 at Erma Pratt's assisted by Karen Davies. Roll call is birds and program is by Stella Geesman. Bode By Mrs. Roland M. Olson Diane Olson, daughter of the Ralph Olsons, Bode, was confirmed Sunday at the Humboldt Methodist church. Afternoon coffee guests were her grandparents the Geo. Solbecks, Dakota City, and Clarence Olsons, Bode, the Norvel Huntermarks, Robert Solbecks, and Harold limners, Rutland, ninghams, Allen Miles Cun- Thompson, Humboldt, the Dean Paepers, Livermore, and Mary Larson, Bode. Sunday evening guests at Lyle Siefken's were his parents, the Otto Siefkens, Palmer. The John Volzes, Cedar Rapids, visited Saturday with Mar- IT'S A FAMILY AFFAIR Dependability? You bet! Dad goes for it. Safe? Check! 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