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April 7, 1955

The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

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At ; ~ sef'vecTw'ith two services at 1m rtianUel Lutheran church Sunday> The first is a,sunrise service at (f:!JO a.m* ("The second is the usUal morriihg fldrvlcte at' 11, with the Suhdly' School ^furnishing the music, ../Both the Junior .and Yoilth ch6ird Wift Slng^, and thefce will be songs .by the Smaller • pupils. As is the custom there, potted plants /will be giVen each oupil, by the Sunday School also the S. S. will furnish Easter lilies for altar . decoration. After .the service,the Lilies 'Will be .djstri* buted among about a dozen shutr * ins. ' Master services,at the Methodist church will be first observed with a seven o'clock service, with Wm. Schoehhair of Bancroft as guest speaker." Following the service an Easter breakfast will be served with 100 persons expected to attend, including several who are home from TJ- S. duty, . . Easter services will be observed at the Baptist church with an Easter message' bV the. pastor special Easter music by (he choir, and sprigs'-' by the lower grades: who usually Wave their.classes'Jn the basement/'. ' Farewell Pariy v A farewell .party for Mr and Mrs'Harvey. Graham, was held at Guild Hall, following ^evening Baptist service. A program .with, Mrs Maynard Jensen in' charge fyas given, and a gift was presented the couple, who moved to Algona Thursday where Mr Graham is employed by a Seed Company. . Guests at the George JB. Butter- fields Sunday- included her sister and husband, Mr and Mrs Henry Harris, their son Harold and family and the Butterfield son Clyde and family, of Cannon Falls, Minn., also Mr and Mrs Stuart Butterfield of Dolliver. NOW IN EFFECT!, 24 Hour Service BURT NEWS • Recent gueBts .at the B. C, SeK- wietert . home . were-' Mr" 'aril Mrt Edward" .White ' of Mallard on ' Let's face It - the highway arid oncoming vehicles. Thje scenery won't run . .. Somb 400 suppers were Sold last week by the -4-H club at the; Pancake artdSausage meal given at the V.F.W. Hal,l Monday .night. i.Mr and Mrs Raymond Lavrenz are parents of a son born at at Ann hospital, -Alftona, -Mar. if. The bfrbfc. m ghedsis[;|^«n* d file* oifoces and hal kg* named MafVEfnest. Mf aftd-Ma, Fred Lavrerii are grandparents, With Mark tHeir. lUth grandchild. Mrs Hel\ri\Wak6lii h * M<Lfe*Q# grandma'thef- and., Mr. and ,,wtts James Ollom are gr£at grandparents... "f * ' Mr tiid Mrs Howard /Bait are parents.ola .daughter born Saturday, at St. Ann. The baby has Thursday, April 7, 19.58 Alflontt (to.) Upp»f P«» been named Barbara Ann. Mr and, Mrs Wm. f. Bait and>Mrs Anne Reimers are the. babys grandparents. . . • Mr and Mrs Rudy Wlllrett attended a wedding at Lakota Saturday evening. The bride was Lila Mae Wibben, daughter of Mr and Mrs Albert Wibben one time Burl residents. Mrs Lawrence Doege spent Tuesday night with Carol Moehle in Algona and on Wednesday they attended last rifts at Sexton for Mrs Drusle Nobje. DISSOLVED After 37' year's, the Lfbwdcn Fanners cooperative shipping association has been dissolved, it was organised in 1917. Rita Godfredson and Rev. Ham mer plan to attend a Youth dis trict meeting at the home of Ur Ortmeyer-on Monday. Dr. Ortmeyer' Is "district superintendent of the Algona district. k ,A .confirmation-, dinner .with Karen Wallentine, as honored guest, was served Sunday at the parental Ted , Wallentine home Guests included the Rev. and Mr Youngquist, Mr and Mrs P. A Holcomb, Mr and Mrs Harvey C Lar'sen and family, the Ceci Th6fesdhs,' Mr and' iMrs Car Lofstrom and Mr and Mrs Rober BefcelL , , •• . • ' Rev. Hammer went to the .Bo Schwartz home where the baby Roberta Jean and her cousin Mary Louise, daughter of Mr and Mrs John Weisbrod of Detroit, Mich. were baptized. Guests at. the Scn- <va'rtz home were the grandparents 'of the babies, Mr and Mrs Jake Schwartz of Fenton and Mrs Ray Sperbeck, grandmother of Roberta Jean. Mr and Mrs Emil Larson plan 0 leave Thursday to spend Easter with their daughter Mrs June McCoy and family. Mrs Everett Beal plans to accompany the Larsons as far as Chicago, where she and son Larry will visit relatives. Rev. Andrews of the Algona First Baptist church was guest speaker for the Baptist Brotherhood meeting, Tuesday night, April 5. • . Union Good Friday, services will be held Friday, April 8, at 1 -30 p.m. at • Immanuel Lutheran church. Pastor A. Mr Youngquist will open the service, followed by Rev. Everett Beal, Rev. S. Hammer and Rev. David Franks. There will be special music. Rev. Hammer had several baptisms Palm Sunday. Al the morning service Janet Lee, »nd Larry Eugene, children of trie Chester. 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