The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 4, 1961 · Page 6
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 6

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 4, 1961
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First Baptist Centennial Algeria's First Baptist church will begin a three-day Centennial observance tomorrow (Friday), May 5, with a banquet, which will be served at 6:30 p.m. in the Methodist church. Featured speaker will be Dr. Robert F, Kittrell, pastor of the First Baptist church at Brainerd, Minnesota. Two special events are planned .the following day, Saturday. The women will hold a tea at ithe church in the afternoon and Mrs Myron Cedarholm of Chicago 'will be guest speaker. At 7:30 p.m., a rally will be held in the church, with Dr. Myron Cedarholm, Chicago, general director of the Conservative Baptist Association, as featured speaker. Dr. Cedarholm will also speak at two services at the church Sunday, including the morning service at 10:45 a.m. and the evening service at 7:30 p.m. There will be a fellowship dinner at 12:45 p.m. ' The local church was organized in May, 1801. Three pastors from surrounding communities aided in the formation of the church. In 1870, the firsit church building was constructed at the corner of South Harlan and East McGregor streets — at a cost of $2500. According to historical reports, it was-the first church'built in ftossuth county. Twenty-two years later, in 1892, church members voted to build a new church edifice-at a cost of $7000 and in 1914 a house for the pastor was built west of the church. A remodeling program was undertaken on the interior of the church building in 1947. Pastors in recent years have been Rev. A. S. Hueser, Rev. Robert Schwyhart, Rev. C. Volzke, Rev. Robert Kittrell, Rev. Everett Black, Rev. "WilMs Grimm, Rev. Roland Andrews, Rev. Glen Discoe, Rev. Herbert Hoover and Rev. J. R. Fountain, present pastor. •;' During past years, the church has senit forth ithe following missionaries and pastors: Mina Morford, missionary, 1899, Edna May Still, Missionary, 1946-48, Leroy Mathison, full time Christian Literature work, Rev. Ray Richardson, pastor at Waukon, Rev. Everett Black, pastor at Spencer, Rev. Alberit Urch, pastor alt Tucson, Ariz., and Ruth Cruikshank, missionary .(UDM Newsfoto-engraving) for several years during the 1950s, found her dead" when he went in the house after doing some work in the yard. Funeral services for Mrs Cook were held Saturday at 1:30 p.m. at Sednlia and burial was at Lincoln, Nebr. Mrs Cook had returned recently to her home from Lincoln where she had spent two weeks with her mother who had under- 6—Algona (la.) Upper Des Moines Thursday, May 4, 1961 gone eye surgery. She underwent major heart surgery at Rochester when the family resided here and had heart trouble for some time. Mr Cook was very active in in civic affairs when the family lived here. The Cooks moved jFrpm here to Illinois, then to Missouri. Mr Cook and a son, Gary, survive. Mrs. Gene Cook Dies In Missouri A former well-known Algona woman, Mrs Eugene Cook, succumbed to a heart attack in her home at Sedalia, Mo. Thursday evening. Her husband, who managed the J. C. Penney store here Top Titonka Scholars Jeffrey Boyken, son of Mr and Mfs Edward Boyken, has been named as valedictorian of the Titonka 1961 graduating class, and R. Dverg Grantz, son of Mr and Mrs Clifford Krantz, is sailutator- ian. Graduation exercises at' Titonka will be held Thursday, May 25, at 8 p.m. .. ' SPECIAL MOTHER'S DAY SMORGASBORD Serving starts at 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. and 5 to 9 p.m. All home cooked food — All you can eat for $2.00. Treat Mom to a real treat Special Children's rates — You may bring the babies hi chair. Hand's Park, Fairmont, Minn. YOUR INVITATION TO gBHHHW ' •'"«»• IKf •"» *-- - f —"^P •— — •".• "«H HOSPITALITY DAYS at Les' 66 Service FRIDAY & SATURDAY - MAY 5 - 6 Corner EAST STATE and McPherson ALGONA BIG PRIZES Free Lollipops For The KIDS NOTHING TO BUY - JUST REGISTER WHEN YOU'RE IN! 1 — G. E. CLOCK RADIO, $39.95 Value. 2 — SUNBEAM FRYPAN, Complete with heat control & Cover, $25.40 Value. 3 — SUNBEAM ELECTRIC DRILL, $22.95 Value. 4 — G. E. PORTABLE MIXER, Complete, $19.95 Value. Merchandise On Display At Station Complete Tank Wagon Service 1-6 bottle carton Coca Cola FREE with each 6 gals, gas (plus 18c bottle deposit, refundable). GOLD MEDAL FLOUR bun ya sai * V IT'S NEW! IT'S DIFFERENT! IT'S DELICIOUS I MANDARIN ORANGE -PINEAPPLE - BY THREE DIAMOND 2 cans 49 <£. ya MA BROWN PRESERVES f° PINEAPPLE-APRICOT PEACH • f. 2 Lb. Jar 59 STOCK UP NOW! CHASE & SANBORN * INSTANT COFFEE 6 Oz, Jar 59c PILLSBURY CAKE MIXES 4 Pkg. $1.t ya A-1 TOILET TISSUE 1(i Rolls $1.00 CHOICE CUTS Beef Roast Lb. SWIFT'S PORK Sausage Links HERSHEY'S CHOC. CHIPS 2 Pkg. 39c •••••• ARMOUR'S STAR - ALL MEAT F R A N KS nttM-toft/i f «bM FLOUR 50 Lb. Bag $3.29 50 FREE GREEN STAMPS WILSbN'S CHILI can SNIDERS CATSUP 2 bottles 29c RAP-IN-WAX WAX PAPER .I. rolM9c DEL MONTE— SLICED OR HALVES NO. 2'/ 2 SIZE CAN PEACHES 29c ANGELUS MARSHMALLOWS 2 PKG. 39c CAMPFIRE - THICK SLICED BACON IMPERIAL argarme Lb. Lbs. ANKENY'S Cottage Cheese 2 Lb. Plastic Box CHOICE - WHOLE - CUT & WRAPPED BEEF LOINS ALL SIRLOIN and T-BONE STEAK, TIME FOR COOK OUTS! STOCK UP NOW ! LB. BEEF QUARTERS — CORN FED YOUNG HEIFER BEEF CUT - WRAPPED - MARKED - NO EXTRA CHARGE FROZEN FOODS RQSEDALE ALL FLAVORS ICE CREAM Vz gallon 79c FROST MAID FRENCH FRIES Pkg. lie FLORIDA GOLD ORANGE JUICE 5 Cans FRESH MEDIUM NO. 1 RED PONTIAC EGGS Dozen 29c POTATOES 50 Lbs. $1.49 GOLDEN BANANAS Lb. 12c CALIFORNIA ORANGES 3 Dozen \\ CONSUMER LOW PRICES EVERY DAY

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