The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 30, 1961 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 30, 1961
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(la.) Upper 6es Molrtea Thursday, March 3d, 1961 Special Easter Services Set For Area Churches Special services are being held in all Algeria churches in observance of Holy Week to be dim- atfed by the observance of Easter next Sunday, April 2. > The Algona Ministerial Association is sponsoring Good Friday services from 1:30 until 3 p.m. at First Lutheran church. Speakers will be Reverends Edsel ; Isaacson, Myron BroWer, James Boyd, Clifford Nordine, Newton Coughenour, Evan Routh, and Max Goldman. . The Algona Youth Association, composed of Methodist, Congregational, Presbyterian and First Lutheran young people will have a sunrise service Easter Sunday at 7 a.m. in First Methodist church. A breakfast Will follow. ; First Meihodial — Maundy Thursday services at 7:30 p.m Two Worship services will be held Easter. The intermediate youth choir, Mrs Vaughn Rising, director, and the senior choir, Mrs Wesley Bartlett, will sing at the 8:30 service and the junior youth choir and the senior choir w.lll sing at the 10:15 service. Mrs Rex Taylor is organist. Sunday .church school will be at 9:15. Presbyterian — Candlelight communion service 7:30 Thursday. Two worship services are planned for Easter at 9 and 11 a.m. with church school at 10. There will be reception of new members at the early service with the chancel choir, Mrs Casey Loss, director, and Judy '. Gerber, organist, presenting special music. The Geneva and Westminster youth choirs, Mrs James Honken and Mrs Keith Christie, directors, and Kay Agena and Marilyn Skow, pianists, will sing at the 11 o'clock service. First Lutheran — Worship service at 8 a.m. with Sunday school at.9:15. There will be reception of new members. At the 10:30 worship service, the junior and senior choirs, Mrs Edsel Isaacson, director, will present a concert. Mrs Vernon Jensen is. organist. The Maundy Thursday communion service will be at 8:15 with special music. , First Congregational — The Men's Forum had a service and breakfast this morning (Thursday) and Maundy Thursday services tonight will include Holy communion and the reception 01 new members. Easter services planned are Sunday school at 9:45 and worship services at 11 with a nursery for pre-school children in the new building. The junior choir, Mrs Walter Seimens, director, and the senior choif, directed by Ted Herbst, will sing. Mrs Fred Geigel is organist, Si. Thomas Episcopal — Maundy Thursday services Will be at 7:30 p.m. with Holy communion. Good Friday services will be held from 2:30 until 3:30 p.m. and evening prayer will be Saturday at 7:30. Easter services will be the Choral Eucharist at 11 a.m. First Baptist — Candlelight communion service will be held Thursday at 8 p.m. Easter worship sefvice will be at 10:45 Sunday with special music by the choir, Dale Laws, director, and Mrs Dale Laws, organist. A service of song will be held at 7:30 in the evening. Sunday school is at 9:30 a.m. and training unions meet at 6:30 p.m. Trinity Lutheran — Maundy Thursday communion services at 7:30 p.m. Good Friday services, begin at noon and continue each half hour until 3 p.m. Good Friday communion at 7:30 p.m. An Easter sunrise service will be held at 5:30 at the church. Sunday school is at 8:50 and the Easter worship at 10. There will be special music by the choir, Mrs. Ewald Voigt, director, and Wilbert Ruhnke, organist. Regular Baptist church — Sunrise service at 7 a.m. A fellowship breakfast will follow in the church basement. Sunday school is at 9:30 and the worship service, with special music will be at 10:45. Bible study is at 7 p.m., followed by evening worship at 8. St. Cecelia's Catholic Church- Evening Mass of thfe Last Supper with procession to the Altar of Reparation, will be at 8 p.m. Thursday. Good Friday services begin at 12:30 p.m. Saturday'at 8 pm. an Easter Vigil Service, will begin. Easter Sunday High Mass will be at 6 a.m. with the adult choir singing; Low Mass at 7:30 with hymns by the children's choir; High Mass at 9 with the high school choir and Low Mass at 10:30 with the children's choir. Confessions are Thursday 2 to 5 p.m.; Friday, 9:30 to 11:30 a.m., 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 p.m. and Saturday 2 to 5 p.m. tot the Handicapped for Goodwill Industries. This nationwide program by the Scouts of collecting wearable and repairable materials for handicapped workers, is another of the Good Turn events which highlight scouting in Algona. , On Saturday, April 8, the Cub Scouts, under the direction oi Cubmasters Floyd Hutzell and Ed Sindelar and the den mothers, will distribute a Scout Good Turn Day Bag to all,of the homes in Algona. These bags should be filled with wearable and repairable clothing and materials, and small household appliances which the handicapped men and women at Goodwill Industries can process for resale in their retail stores. Then on Saturday, April 15, the Boy Scouts, with Scoutmasters J. W. Kleseth, Joe Collier and Lyle Riedinger in charge. Will return to the homes to collect the filled bags for delivery tc Goodwill Industries. Scout Good Turn Day Coming Up Cub arid Boy Scouts of the Prairie Gold Area Council are presenttX making plans to conduct their annual Good Turn Day Two Bound Over On OMVI Counts Two preliminary hearings on OMVI charges were held in Mayor O. C. Shierk's court Tuesday. Bound to the district court were William Sengbusch and Chet Cook, bath of Algona. Appearance bonds were set at $350 in each case and were furnished. Fines in Mayor's Court during the past week included John Ducharme, Spencer, Leslie Dewitt, Ottosen, Delbert Berninghaus, West Bend, Raymond Dreyer, Fenton, and Donald Rinehart, Britt, $5 each -for improper registration; David Merryman, Ailgona, $10, speeding; Max Helmers and LeRoy Gronbach, both AJlgona, $5 each, for possessing beer by minors; Merrill Anderson, Sioux Falls, S. D. $10, speeding; Donald Duffy, Algona, $8, speeding; and Joseph McCleish, Bancroft, $10, improper passing. Costs were assessed in addition to al'l fines. Alona Home Show Plans for the annual Algona Home Show, which is slated to be held April 14-16, were announced this week. Pat Montag is chairman of the event, which will feaiture an appearance of Miss Iowa, Sally Neville, of Da- ventport. Other members of the committee are Duane Carson, Louis Kelley and Harold Miller. There will be numerous merchandise displays, with a total of 25 exhibitors already signed to show their wares. *** * Observe 2Sth, Livermore Don't criticize the work 01 others unless you want to do the work of others. STORA.GF CABINETS, metal, a Joner Ues Moines. I ANNOUNCING FREE FARM DELIVERY SERVICE For Most Building Materials KELLEY LUMB ALGONA, IOWA Beginning April 1st Kelleys will serve our trade area with REGULAR DELIVERY ROUTES to bring our building materials store to your door. Four routes have been established, with the dividing lines represented by Hiways No. 18 and No. 169, as shown below. Route No. 1, northeast on Tuesdays, No. 2 southwest on Wednesdays, No 3 southeast on Thursdays and No. 4 northwest on Fridays. All lumber, fence, steel and wood posts, farm and building hardware, plywood, shingles and roofing, wood and steel tanks, insulation, gloss, paint, bolts and nails, etc. will be delivered FREE, if your order is only $20.00 or more. Orders of less than $20.00 on the above items will have a one dollar delivery charge. Bulky, heavy, low margin items such as sand and gravel, cement, blocks and tile may be ordered for delivery on our regular routes, with our regular delivery charges to apply. This is another convenient service provided by Keileys, at no increase in our regular low prices. Other services include planning assistance, drawing of plans and blue prints, estimating, contracting, financing and many others. In buying from Kelleys, yuo have a choice of several payment plans; cash with purchase, thirty day charge account, our own budget plan; and monthly, quarterly or semi-annual payments. It's easy to use our Free Delivery Service; just stop in or phone your order before noon of the day before our route is in your area. When you need a few boards, nails, posts or any of the hundreds of items available, phone us, we'll pool your order with others on the route, and deliver to your door. KELLEY LUMBER CO. Algona, Iowa Phone CY 4-4482 Remember At Kelleys "Our Business is Building" Algona city delivery, as usual, free, at our convenience. Mr. and Mrs. Rasmus Olson, Livermore, will observe their 251h wedding ^nniyersary^Sunday;, Apriljj^with open, house frpiri 2 .to 5 p.m. in the" Livermore" Methodist "'church basement There, will Jbe^ a 3horTp>ogr'am at 3 o'clock. All friends, neighbors and relatives are cordially invited to attend. Hosts for the occasion will be their daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lenz, Badger., Mr. and Mrs. Olson were married April 4, 1936 at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. ftaney, Livermore, by Rev. C. L. Day Rolfe. They have four grandchildren. (Isaacson Studio — UDM Engraving) • . • • ' . "0-»i,<m«fl Mrs. Cornwall, Armstrong, is Cancer Victim Mrs William 'E. Cbtnwell, 65, Armstrong, died at It a.m. Sa^ turday at Holy Family hospital in'Estherville of cancer. She had been in ill healfh for ab'otit si^ months. She was born July 2, 1895 .at Mohtecello, Wis. She attended schools at Rolfe. She was married Dec. 12, 1918 to William E. Cornwall at Rolfe and the couple farmed near Rolfe until retirement in 1,046 when they 'moved to Armstrong. Her/ husband preceded her in death Dec. 28, ,'1960. Survivors include one daughter, Jo Ann of Armstrong; two sisters, Mrs Ivan Elliott of Swea City and Mrs Fred Sheely of Armstrong; two brothers, Wayland Porter of Granada and Frank C. Porter of Armstrong. One son, one sister and one brother preceded her in death. Funeral services were held Tuesday at the First Methodist church in Armstrong with Rev. Roger Tappmeyer officiating^ Burial was at Armstrong Grove cemetery. 4-H Leaders To Organize April 3 The girls' 4-H leaders will be holding their spring organization meeting April 3 at 1:30 in the Methodist Church in Algona, according to Avis L. Lettow, county extension hbrne,economist* The county 4-H committee will meet at the extension office at 9 a.m. they will disctlss 4-H'ers" to go to state camps, the County Fair list, and county officer candidate qualifications. The leaders will discuss the fair list, Rally Day and other summef activities coming up for the 4-H girls. Rites Pend For Mrs. Smith, 33 Of Armstrong Mrs. Aaron Smith,. 33, former resident of Armstrong, died early Monday ait the Maple Leaf nursing home in Burt after suffering a stroke. She had suffered ft tie* vere stroke, a, year aad a half ago and had beeh hospitalized Hit lowai City. She had been, a, paittent at fhe Burt nursing home of the pasit eight months. Surviving are her husband, who is employed at the Hodgmen Con. stfuction company at Fairmont, and one daughter, Laura, 2, who lives with Mrs. Smith's sister at Eort Dodge. Funeral arrangements are pending ait the McCuMough. funeral chapel ait Burt. i ' Poster Contest All entries .for the National Library Week poster contest must be in the library by Thurs., April 6. Th6y,wlll be judged and put on display during National Library Week. Tuberculosis is the. greatest killer among infectious diseases. 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