The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 27, 1956 · Page 22
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 27, 1956
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Announce Holy Week And Easter Services In Algona Eleven chvirches in Algona pfan special Easter' services and observances during the rest of this Week, Included in the plans are union youth services Sunday morning at the Congregational Church at 7:30 a.m. and union Good Friday services at the Presbyterian Church from 1:30 to 3 p.m. Algona business places will be closed from 12:30 to 3 p.m. Friday. The summarized program for each church follows: Congregational Church Rev. G. G. Hallauer Thursday, 7:30 p.m. — Maundy Thursday Service, Communion, reception of new members. • Sunday, 7:30 a.m. — Union Youth Service; 11 a.m. -^ Easter Church Service, Baptisms and special Easter music. ' Methodist Church Rev. Harry Whyte Thursday, 7:30 p.m.. — Communion Service. Sunday, 9:45 a.m. —<• Sufiday School; 10:45 a.m. — Church service with three choirs, cherubs, junior and senior. Naiarene Church Rev. Cloyd Bishop Sunday, 9:45 a.m. — Sunday School; 11-. a.m. — Easter observance service, special music, 7:30 p.m. — Evangelistic Services. Trinity Lutheran Church Rev. L. H. Loetch Thursday, 7:30 p.m. — Maundy Thursday, Holy Communion. Friday, 7:30 p.m. —- Good Friday, Divine Worship. Sunday, 9 a.m. — Sunday School und Bible Class; 10 a.m. — Divine Worship with special music by Sunday School children and Trinity choir. Presbyterian Church Rev. M. H. Brower Thursday, '7:30 p.m. — Communion Service. Friday, 1:30 p.m. — Union Good Friday Service. •Sunday, 9 a.m. — Church Service, reception of members, youth choir: 10 a.m.—Sunday School; 11 a.m. — Church Service, chancel choir. First Lutheran Church Rev. 0. Leonard Nelson Sunday, 9:45 a.m. — Sunday School Worship Service; 11 a.m. — Easter Service with special music. St. Cecelia's Catholic Church Msgr. P. P. Gearen Rev. Harold Cooper Wednesday, 7:45 p.m.—Devotions. Thursday, 5:30 p.m. — High Mass and Procession of Blessed Sacrament; Midnight — Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament. Friday, 5:30 p.m. — Good Friclay^ Services, Holy Communion, Adoration of the Cross. Saturday, 8 p.m. — Blessing of Easter Candle and Water,"Holy Mass and Communion. Sunday — Masses at 6, 7:30, 9 and 10:30 a.m. High Mass at 9 a.m. (Note: Confessions, Wednesday '.hfough Saturday, 10-12 a.m.; Thursday and Friday. 8-9:30 o.m.; Friday, 1-3 p.m.; Saturday, 2-5 p.m.) Gnrrlnrr will show t-amp pictures. Church of the Open Bible Rev. Joseph Strobbe Sunday, 10 a.m. — Easter children's program, singing, recitations; 11 a.m. — Easter Worship Service, message; 7:45 p.m. — Evening Service, special Easter music. First Baptist Church Rev. Roland Andrews Thursday, 8 p.m. — Comrrtunion .Service. Sunday, 10 a.m.—Sunday School; 11 a.m. — Easter Service with special music by choir; 8 p.m. — Worship Service. St. Thomas Episcopal Church Rev. Kent Pinneo Wednesday, 7 and 10 a.m. — Holy Communion, reading of :• the Passion. Thursday, 7 a.m. — Maundy Thursday Holy Communion. Friday, 2 p.m. — Good Friday, Seven Last Words. Sunday, 11 a.m. — Easter Holy Communion. Regular Baptist Church Rev. Johnnie Kain ( Sunday, 6:30 a.m. — Sunrise Service and Easter breakfast with Rev. Bob Gardner, Forest City, guest speaker; 10 a.m. — Sunday School; 11 a.m. — Morning Service; 7 p.m. — Bible Study; 8 p.m. — Rev. Algona Upper Des Moines FARM SALE CALENDAR Two sales, one a miscellaneous farm sale, the other featuring 20G head of Holstein heifers, are advertised in today's UDM. Botl. will be held the first week oi April. April 2, Monday — Otto Els becker estate sale, includes livestock, farm machinery and miscellaneous equipment. To be held at the 'farm located 2>2 miles S., Ms mile E., ¥z mile S. and P/4 miles E. of Bancroft, or 3 miles N. on 169, 2 miles E., 1 mile N. and \'z mile east of Burt at 1 p.m. Cattle, chickens, feed and grain, and good list of machinery. Quinn and Yungeberg, auctioneers, Farmers and Traders Savings Bank, clerk. Sale details in UDM today. April 4, Wednesday — Gerald Frankl Holstein sale at Algona Sales Barn, beginning at 1 p.m. 200 head Holstein dairy heifers, including 75 that weigh 400-550 and 125 that weigh. 550-750 pounds, all vaccinated and TB tested. Quinn and Yungeberg are auctioneers. Full sale details will be found in this issue of the Algona Upper Des Moines NO. 4 OF A SERIES. MRS. of BANCROFT "What a pleasure I've had cooking on my Caloric gas built in units," says Mrs Roman Wilhelmi of Bancroft. "And the best part, too, is that my daughter does more of it." The Wilhelmis moved into their new home in the fall of '55. The kitchen, as seen below, has an island which divides Jhe kitchen from the dining room. On the island are the four Caloric gas burners. At first, Mrs Wilhelmi thought arranging the burners .here might result in a lot of grease splatters. But, since using the burners for several months, .she has not found this happening. The oven, too, is conveniently placed. Mrs Wilhelmi's built-ins are finished with stainless steel to match her sink and trim. Mrs Wilhelmi remarked, "It just wouldn't have been a completely "new" home if we hadn't installed these built- ins." "And with Mr Wilhelmi selling Thermogas here in Bancroft, I had an extra helper in,promoting their, installation. . , v bring a new lookjto her kitcken - a new smile to her faceji BUILT-IN " GAS COOKING UNITS Caloric Built-ins can be installed anywhere, anytime — whether it's for a new home or a remodeled kitchen. Install at any height, place them close together or at opposite ends of the kitchen ... in a peninsula, in an island. Specify four, six or any number of top burners you need. Engineered installation cap be made in wood, metal, brick, plastic or any other materials. A wide variety of colors and finishes. Caloric built-ins are available for both bottle and natural gas and with automatic or manual controls. The very ultimate in fast modern cooking equipment. "America's easiest ranges to keep clean." PRICES ARE NO HIGHER THAN A REGULAR RANGE ! You'll Be Much More Satisfied and Pleased! Come In And Discuss With Us How It Can Be Arranged — You'll Be Years Ahead with Caloric Built-ins ! Rapid Thermogas Co. PHONE 16 - ALGONA SO. PHILLIPS ST. Around Algona Mrs Allan Buchanan was hostess to the members of her sewing club on Monday evening. Rex Vbyles has returned lo work after several days' illness with a strep throat infection. —o— Mr* and Mrs Fred Wegener spent Wednesday at Britt where they were guests of Mr and Mrs Leo Sankey. —o— Janice Klooster who attends Iowa State Teacher's College at Cedar Falls, spent the weekend here with her parents, Mr and Mrs A. J. Kloosler. Mrs Goldie Guderian and Mrs Clara Pratt were at Sheffiad Tuesday where they visited Mrs Guderian's parents and' hei sister and family. Mrs Richard Norton entertained her bridge club on Thursday evening, i'rizes were received by Mrs Bob McCullough and Mr.* Leighton Misbach. — o — Bel Canto Club will meet Wednesday for a 1:30 dessert luncheon at the home of Mrs Lyle Mathes. The program is in charge of Mrs Wesley Bartle^t. The executive board of the Methodist W.S.C.S. meets Wednesday at the home of Mrs Delia McCullough. There will be a 1 :30 dessert luncheon and a business session. < — o — The ladies of the Methodist church will meet Wednesday morning at 9:30 for a sacrificial breakfast. The Mary and Martha class is in charge with Mrs Roy Hutzell giving the program. — o— Mr and Mrs N. A. Best and John and Jim spent Friday in Des Moines where Mr Best conducted business. They enjoyed tours of the state capital and the WHO studios. — o— Mrs K. S. Cowan was hostess to her bridge club on Wednesday evening. Mrs F. M. Holt was a guest and prizes were received by Mrs Harlan Sigsbee and Mrs Stanley Muckey. — o— Mrs Clara Pratt and Mrs Harold Schumacker spent Sunday at Spencer where they were guests of Mrs Pratt's sister-in-law and brother, Mr and Mrs Harold Traeger. • — o — Mr and Mrs Bob Chambers and two sons left Monday for their new home in Pomona, Calif. Their departure had been delayed by Mr Chamber's illness. They are making the trip by car. - n — Mr and Mrs Howard Siillman and two sons and Mrs Mabel Lee <?pent Sund-'.v at Fort DoHg? as guests of Dr. and Mrs Robert Lee. Dr. Lee is Mrs Stillman's brother and Mrs Mabel Lee's son Birthday Bfeakiasf •Mrs Homer Clark observed a birthday.Thursday and was given a breakfast by Mrs Oliver Bakken. Others present were Mrs Wayne Hanson, Mrs Melvin Olson, and Mrs Leota Halpin. Mrs Clark was given a tea towel sho\ver. Mrs William Foth entertained Mrs Clark at a coffee Thursday afternoon, a family gathering at which Mrs John Foth was in attendance and Mrs Clark's and Mrs William Foth's children. Tha Cub Soouls ars b-vi 'heir monthly Pfick meeting thi* evening, (Tuesday) at the Luci? Wallace gymnasium. The Der> currently under the suoervision of Mrs Tom McGraw^is in charge of the program. — o — Mr and Mrs William Schuljev had as their dinner guests Wednesday evening. Mr and Mrs Bert Baldwin. Jv. and Mr and Mrs Dean Bilveau and David. Mr nnd Mrs Willis Marshall joined the Sroup later in the evening. — o — Mr and Mrs William Schutjer and Pamel/i anrf Randy were Sunday guests of Mr Schutjer'? brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs Gerald Loehr at Mooreland. Iowa. Mr and Mrs Rov Walrod of Titonka, parents of Mrs Loehi and Mr Schutjer, were also there. «__-{") __^ The Presbyterian Men's Club nt'eots this evening, (Tuesday) for a 6:30 dinner at the church Guest speaker will be Sushilbala Christian of India. The committee in charge consists of Paul James, Fred Geigel, J. A. Reid and Harry Boekelman. • — o — Presbyterian Guild, business and professional women's organization, met Monday evening at the home of Mrs Goldie Guderian. Mrs A. J. Eason was co- hostess. Mrs John Zalaznik wa? in charge of the program am' Jessie Smith gave devotions. — n — Mr and Mrs Russell Rentz and daughter, Dianna and Mrs Es'c' Rentz of -Burl spent Sunday in Des Moiries where they visit t-c 1 their father and husband, Esto' Rentz who has been a patient at Veteran's hospital for the pas' three weeks. — n — The Presbyterian Women's As sociation has invited all local church women to hear Miss- Shushilbala Christian of Indir, speak on Thursday afternoon at 2:30. Mrs A. W. Huenhold is in charge of arrangements and there will be music by the Bel Canto trio. A tea will follow. Mrs M. A. Brower was hostesses tc the members of the executive board on Tuesday afternoon at r coffee in honor of Miss Christian — o — Mr and Mrs David Smith and children were at Mason City Sunday where they visited Mr S/nith'j mother, Mrs Neal Smith who has been a patient at Park Hospital for the past two weeks Mrs Smith was observing In i 7tith birthday and she was able to enjoy the birthday cake brought by the visitors and to wave at her grandchildren from the hospital window. She has been suffering from virus pneumonia Plum Creak Group Me'l > The Plum Creek homemakers met March 21 at the home of Mrs Robert Harrison with Mrs Andrew Miller, Mrs Edward Kain and Mrs Tom Sampson assisting Hostesses. The meeting was '•ailed to. order by Mrs Randall Clark. The extension lesson was given by Mrs Floyd Bode and Mrs Berl Priebe. The next meeting will be at the home o! Mrs Claude Seely, April 25. Mrs Blossom Services Held Funeral services for Mrs Carrie N. Blossom, 94. resident of Algona for all but one year of her ife, were held Friday Tit 3 p.m. at McCullough's Funeral Chapel. Rev. M. H. Brower, Presbyterian church. pastor, officiated, and surial was in Riverview Cemetery. Mrs Blossom died Tuesday night at Ames in a rest home. She had been at Ames, living with Mrs L. L. Clement, her daughter, since 1954. Carrie N., daughter of Mr and Mrs Joseph Thompson, was born here in 1861 and spent here entire life here until moving to Ames. Her parents came to Algona in 1856. She was married January 1, 1884, to Cyrus Blossom here. He preceded her in death. Only survivors are her daughter, Mrs Clement, and a brother, Clifford Thompson at Okoboji. She was a member of the local Presbyterian church for many years. Tuesday, March 27, 1956 AlgOttfl (la.) Upper D«4 Mdlrte*~$ Pallbearers at the funeral were Frank and Gene Hofius, Floyd Bacon. Lee Pratt, August Slaglo and Clair Blossom. At the time of the Kossuth Centennial in 1954, it was found that Mrs Blossom" had lived longer in Algona than any other resident. Early Merchant Dies In West Evelyn Cady has received a newspaper clipping from her cousin, Melvin Henderson, of Pomona, Calif., telling of the death of Paul Krause, prominent business man here many yenrs ago when he and Ross Quinby were in partnership in the Quinby and Krause dry tfoods store here. It was they who built the present S & L store. A few years later, in 1920 they dissolved the firm and both went to California. Mr and Mrs Quin- l< v sett.lin" in Los Angeles and Mr and Mrs Krause going on to Pomona. Mr Krause was ,72 years of ngo and has been itv failing health for some time. He is survived by his widow, Mrs .Edith Krause, two sons, William of Clnremont and Derwood, of Pasadena, three sisters in Crystal Lake, 111., and five grandchildren. Funeral services were held at Pasadena and burial was at Forest Lawn Memorial Park, Glendale. VFW Auxiliary Elects At Burt Burt — The VFW Post and Auxiliary met Tuesday evening at the hall. An election of officers was held by the Aux. with the following being elected: president, Jessie Chafee; senior vice • oresident, Ella Lampe; junior vice president, Hattie Schrader; treasurer, Inez Graham; secre- taiy, Jessie Miller; chaplain, EUa Sigsbee; guard, Mrs Mayme Schrader; conductress, Esther, Schrader; and trustees, Betty Miller. Mary Beth Hamilton and Naomi Chapman; Sunday Dinner Hosts Mr and Mrs Sid- Spear had a: dinner guests Sunday their son- in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Clyde Lloyd, Mr*and Mrs David Lloyd,' and Mr and Mrs Henry Nelson of Britt. The baptism ol the Clyde Lloyd's daughter Misty Ann took place Sunday morning at the Methodist church and the dinner followed the rites. Mr and Mrs Spear and Mr and Mrs David Lloyd are the grandparents. Plan Scout Dinner Boy Scout troop and explorer post number 71, whose leader is Everett Barr, will have a family pot-luck supper and court of honor in the Methodist church basement, Tuesday, April 3, at 6:30 p.m. Advancing Scouts will be recognized and merit badge awards will be made. Following the presentation, a color film, "Modern Baseball" will be -shown. Birthday Dinner Mrs Nellie Van Allen entertained at a six o'clock dinner Wednesday evening at Van's Cafe honoring the birthday of Mrs Elizabeth Post. • Those present were members of their birthday club and guests were Mrs Ray Cook and Atha Hardgrove. Farewell Courtesy Mrs John Claude gave a coffee last week Tuesday morning for Mrs Jess Manor who is moving soon to Wichita, Kan. Other guests were Mrs Everett Barr. Mrs Robert Clark, Mrs W. M. Anderson, Mrs Raymond Gilbert end Mrs Arthur Olson. Guests At Fenton Mr and Mrs Howard Lowman, Mr and Mrs Carl Ewoldt were guests Sunday of Mrs Katie Schroeder at Fenton. The dinner was given in celebration of Mrs Schrosder's son Arthur's birthday. On Trip South Dr. and Mrs M. G. Bourne an family, including Julia who is ; student at Carleton College. Northlield, Minn., left last Friday for a 10-day trip to the south, and were to return home this- coming weekend. Hostess To Club Mrs J. P. Smith entertained the members of the R.S.B.C. club at dinner Tuesday evening. Friday afternoon, assisted "by Mrs Henry Lund,, she entertainrd the Naomi circle members. Mrs Linnan Hostess Mrs L. E. Linnan was hostess to the members of her car*d club Wednesday afternoon. Mrs Don Hutchison and Mrs R. K. Richardson were guests. Adopt Baby Girl Wesley — Mr and Mrs Harold Vlartinek have recently adopted i girl, Kim Marie, who is two vears and 5 months old. They also have un adopted son, Jerrv THE "FANTAFAILLE" FLARES That .'Top Everything This Spring A definite asset to any spring -wardrobe — these softly flared coats in Burlington's 6 ply cotton and rayon "Fantafaille." 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