The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 1, 1956 · Page 49
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 49

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 1, 1956
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GO TO CHURCH * Munterville Lutheran Church 10 Miles East on 34 Arnold H. Nolsnn, Pastor Fridny: Ktith Circle mods with Mrs. Robert Flnnlgnn, 2 p.m. Snlurrtny: Confirmation Class, 9:3(1 a.m. Sunday: Sunday school, 10 a.m. Divine Worship, 11 a.m. Sermon: "The Now World of Prayer." An- Ihem, "For the Beauty of (he Earth." Tuesday: Board of Administration, 8 p.m. Wednesday: Junior Choir, 7:30; Senior Choir rehearsal, 8 p.m. Thursday: Muntervilie Communily Brotherhood meeting, at church, 8 p.m. Church of The Nazarene 321 Third Avenue East Floyd Murphy, Pastor Sunday: Sunday school, 10 a.m. Morning Service, ] 1 o'clock. NYPS, 0:45 p.m. Evening Service, 7:30. Grace Episcopal Church Rogation Sunday: Holy Communion and sermon by Frank L. Shaeffer, rector of Trinity church, OUuvmva. 3 p.m. UTO offering will be received. Kandee Helper KITCHEN TOOL ana Monday Make your kitchen chores easier with this handy tool. Sanitary, durable—nickel plated over copper base. Use to stir, lift, drain, crush, beat, mix, whip, or mosh. Buy now and save at this Special La DAVIS PAINT ASSOCIATE STORE Gene Stanley, Owner East Side of Square First Methodist Church Donald C. Bissinger, Pastor Sunday: Sunday school, 9:30 a.m., Robert VV. Smith, superintendent. Morning Worship, 10:40. Junior High Methodist Youth Fellowship, 6 p.m. Senior High Methodist Youth Fellowship, (>:15 p.m. Bishop F. Gerald Ensley, just, re- ence of the Methodist Church in enc eof 1he Methodist Church in Minneapolis, Minn., will speak during a Rally for Methodists at Wesley church, Otlurmva, at 7:30 p.m. He will have the latest information on World Methodism. Tuesday: Banquet for Honor Students of { Albin High school, Fellowship Hall, 6:.'W p.m. May 10: Mother-Daughter banquet, Fellowship Hall. First Christian Church Daniel C. Kechel, Pastor Friday: Riders supper, Service Center, G:30 p.m. Sunday: Early Worship Service, 8:30 a.m. Y-Teen singing chorus. Sermon: "God in the Home — Peace in the World." ' Sunday school, 9:30 a.m. Regular Worship Service, 10:30 a.m. Chancel choir sings. Sermon: "God in the House—Peace in the Home." Monday: Boy Scouts meet, 7:30 p.m. Tuesday: Recognition banquet for Honor Students, First Methodist church. Wednesday C.W.F. Group Meetings, 2 p.m. Group 1 at Mrs. Marguerite Huber's, Group 2 at Mrs. L. Perry's, Group 3 at Mrs. T. L. Evans' and Group 4 at Mrs. Edwin Gantz 1 . J.Y.F., 4 p.m. Loyal Workers class social at Service Center, 6:3(1 p.m. Thursday: C.W.F. Guest Tea at Bloomfield Christian church, 2 p.m. Happy Home class dinner at Service Center, 6:30 p.m. Church of the Brethren East of A*ery William H. Brower, Pastor Sunday: Sunday school, 10 a.rn., Lawrence Dnge, superintendent. The Hour of Worship, 10:45 a.m. Sermon: "A Kingdom That Cannot Be Shaken." The evening service will be recalled in order that members of the congregation may see the film, "Martin Luther," at Pleasant Corners Baptist Church. i Monday: j District rally of ministers andj laymen, 10 a.m. Theme: "Steward-! ship." Lunch will be served by thej Ladies Aid Society. j Seventh-day Adventist Church 619 Washington Avenue East C. E. Larson, Pastor Jack W. Sjmmons, Local Elder Saturday: Sabbath school, 10 a.m. The Bible study for this week is "The God of Comfort." Worship Service, 11 a.m. A Homo Missionary program will be presented under the direction of Mrs. Ben Derbv. Evangelical United Brethren Church Fifth Street - Washington Avenue Paul H. Beckman, Pastor Sunday: The Sunday School Hour, 9:45 a.m. George McCombs is general superintendent and Mrs. Lawrence Reinke is junior superintendent. The Hour of Divine Worship, 10:45 a.m. The Evening Family Hour, 7:30 p.m. Tuesday: Mother-Daughter banquet. St. Paul's Lutheran Church Second Street - Second Avenue Arnold H. Nelson, Pastor Sunday: Divine Worship, 9:30 a.m. Sermon: "The New World of Prayer." Church school, 10:30 a.m. Luther League. Wednesday: Ladies Aid Society meeting, 2 p.m., at the church. Hostesses: Mrs. Ray Dun kin and Miss Mabel Blomgren. 10.10, nt Hie ripr- nf 00 vnnrr, ninej months and 27 days. He operated a farm south of Albia for many years. His marriage to Jennie E. Rowles took place March 18, 1897. They became (he parents of two sons and a daughter. The daughter died at the age of four years. His wife died in April, 1947. Survivors are twq sons, Edgar Pierson and Earl Pierson, both of Albia; five grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. Mr. Pierson was a charter member of the Albia United Brethren church, and was active in construction of the ' church building in which his funeral services were held April 28. In charge of the rites were the Rev. C. L. Young, a former pastor, and the Rev. Paul Beckman, pastor. Burial was in Oak View cemetery. Colleen fivers, all of nonr T'nny- villc, nnd Donald, Allen and at home. Eva Charlene died nl the age of three months. In addition to his wife and 1.0 children, Mr. Busick is survived by 21 grandchildren, four sisters Pearl Sevedge of- Des Moines, Gertie Fancher, Nora Hill and Olive Moon—and a half-brother, Leo Busick of Indiana. He was preceded in death by his daughter, parents, a brother, sister and half-brother. Mr. Busick was convert"d Aug. 16, 1953, during services conduct'-d by Dr. Sawyers in Centerville, and attended church at Eldorado. Funeral services were April 27 at Byhee & Davis ; Funeral home in KnoNvillo, and burial was in Olive Chapel coomtery. vnlne to hi* flEcnry, lltey «n!fl ] The assembly said Hie majority view was voiced by Frorlnrlck C. Mosher. professor of public admin- istrnlion at Syracuse University; Achilli' R. Alhouw, personnel officer of the California Department of Social Welfare, and Robert P. Wray, deputy secretary, Pennsylvania Department of Public Assistance. Phyllis Osborn, associate professor of the University of Chicago's School of Social Service Administration, dissented on the grounds thai a lack of qualified workers in the social welfare field makes it advisable to recognize advanced training by extra pay. DO YOU NEED A— Copy of Anything Business, Legal or Personal? Photo Copies Written, Printed, Typed, Drown or Photographed, Regardless of Color of Original. BEN FRANKLIN STORE Phone 531W — Albia PLANT Genuine Pfister Hydrid 383 HYBRID 383 — Recommended for thicker planting on fertile soil. HYBRID 383 — Excellent standability — Low ear placement. HYBRID 383 — Medium Maturity — Adapted to this area. HYBRID 383 — Higher Yields — More Profit per Acre. Hybrid 383 Now Available See Your Local Genuine Pfister •MM* mmmmmmm Dealer. M. E. BOARDMAN, Blakesburg. GENO & SON, Lovilia. 1-M'IS KRISTOF, Eddyville. PAT NAVIN, Melrose. C. T. PFAUTH, Weller. Pfister Associated Growers, Inc., Monroe, la. Pleasant Corners Baptist Church Don Teague, Pastor Friday: Bible study at pastor's home, \S p.m. Sunday: Church school, 10 a.m. Worship Service and Communion, 11 a.m. A showing of the full-length feature film, "Martin Luther," for the public at 7 p.m. Wednesday, May 9: Rural eighth grade graduation exercises for schools of Pleasant township, Half-Way Prairie, MUX.OII and Union chapel. Address by Joe Griffin, Ottumwa. Invocation and benediction by the Rev. Mr. Teague. The Salvation Army 18 ] i East Washington Sr. Major Lee, Commander Sunday: Sunday school, 2 p.m. Wednesday: Monthly meeting of the Golden Agers club, for persons over 60 years of age, 2 p.m. Friday. May 11: Public salvation meeting, 8 p.m. Friends Church Clinton and B Avenue East Beulah Spangler, Pastor Sunday: Sunday school, 10 a.m. Morning Worship, 11 o'clock. Evening Worship, 7:30. Thursday: Prayer and Bible study at the parsonage, 7:30 p.m. Saturday: Quarterly Meeting. First United Presbyterian Churcn Second SUvel North - A Avenue Edward C. Fish, Pastor Sunday: Church school, 10 a.m. Morning Worship, 11 o'clock. Youth Fellowship, 7 p.m. Evening Worship, 8 o'clock. Wednesday: Midweek Bible study, 8 p.m. Thursday: Youth Choir practice, 7:30; Senior Choir practice, H p.m. Hilton—The Highway Church Donald C. Bissinger, Pastor Sunday: Morning Worship, 8:4;"i. Sunday school, 9:45 a.m., Kennel h Free, superintendent. Bishop V. Gerald Ensley will speak at a rally of Methodists scheduled for 7:30 p.m. Sunday at Wcslcv Methodist church in Ottum- Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ oi Latter Day Saints Sunday: Church school, 9:40 a.m. Lord's Supper, 10:40 a.m. Song service, 7 p.m. Preaching by Elder F. Culc, 7:30 p.m. Thursday: Birthday of the .Month, 7:30 p.m. $ $ $ $ QUICK CASH LOANS For Spring Needs $ $ $ $ Extra Cash to • Pay Bills and Taxes. • Repair and Paint the Home. • Buy Spring Clothes. • Pay for Medical or Dental Care. • Buy Seed, Chickens or Other Farm Needs. Small Monthly Payments. —Confidential Service— —No Red Tape— When You Need Money for Any Purpose—Don't Hesitate to See Us. A, M, Wilson ALBIA, IOWA Obituary Charles L. Neal Charles Leonard Neal, son of Frances and Jackson Neal, wns born near Melroso, la., Sept. 20, 1871, and died April 27, 1956, following an illness of several months, at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Icle Smith, in Albia, at the age of. 84 years, seven months and 23 days. His entire life was spent in Monroe county with the exception of two years —1889 to 1891 -- in La Cygne, Kans. Mr. Neal married Candes Jane Springer Feb. 14, 1900. They became the parents of seven daughters, Mrs. Icle Smith of Albia, Mrs. William Hodge of Everett, Wash., Mrs. Glen Albright of Pasadena, Cal., Mrs. Fred Robnett of Oftum- wa, Mrs. John Hoover and Miss! Delta Neal of Milwaukee, Wis., and Mrs. Harold Gregory of Des Moines; and four sons, Hal Neal of Ottumwa, Ancil Neal of Rock Springs, Wyo., Leslie Neal of Oskaloosa and Albert Neal of Albia. For 17 years Mr. Neal was employed at Oak View cemetery, Albia, and prior to that was associated with Godfrey Ice & Fuel Co. He had been a member of the Methodist church since 1912. In addition to his children he is survived by a sister, Mrs. Elsie Caldwell of OUumwa; a brother, Harry Neal, Blakesburg; 17 grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren. Funeral services were April 30 at First Methodist church, conducted by the Rev. Donald C. Bissinger, pastor, and burial was in Oak View cemetery. Edward Busick Edward Charles Busick, son ot George M. and Sarah E. Busick, was born June 16, 1899, in Orange County, Indiana, near Valeno, and died at his home rn Albia April 2-4, 1956, after a lingering illness at the age of 56 years, 10 months and eight days. He came to Iowa in 1916 and had since lived in Marion and Monroe counties. His marriage to Do Olga Allen took place Dec. 15, 1920. They became ihe parents of eleven children--Zatha Molt, Mary Ann Umble, Zora Andersori, Arlo BUsick, Ruby Cowman, Robert Busick and Extra Pay Reason Test Punch Cords CHICAGO (UP) It's commendable if a government worker goes to school on his own time hut extra training should not bring an automatic pay boost, three out of four personnel experts ruled. The majority ol experts polled by (he Civil Service Assembly said that so long as a man keeps the same job his performance alone should be (lie lest of whether his pay should be raised. They said advanced training should make a worker more adept at his line of work and enhance his opportunities for promotion. But he must demonstrate his increased The first bar of industrial steel in America was rolled by Kher B. Ward at his Bessemer steel mill in Wyandolie, a Detroit suburb, in 1864. Thursday, Mny 3, 1956 Beautiful Color*! New Clothes Hampers Fully Lined! DAVIS PAINT STORE ALBIA John G. Pierson John G. Pierson, son of Jacob and Lydin Pierson, was bor.i at Eddyville, la., June 29, 1865, and died at Monroe hospital, Albia, April 126, I SAMf \ • TREAD WIDTH I • TREAD DEPTH I • TRIAD QUALITY 1 • TRIAD DESIGN NEW FIRESTONE TIRES Plus Firestone NfW Tllll one Stop and Swap TIRE SALE •••r-^ — less than 1 /2 PRICE, of Nw faf Jhes! SUPER CHAMPION New Treads *r Ittr Own Tin 95 Appfiri on Jeimrf Tirt 0»(f/«i *r four Own ririt SIZE 6.70-15 PAY ONLY EXCHANGE Specit/ lew Prfeti <• til titti DOWN! few hrrr 9ft r*ro*pobfi Oehler Bros. Firestone CUSTOMER SATISFACTION GUARANTEED PHONE 252 ALBIA Hs Performance that Counts! —and the Performance of Trop-Artic Motor Oil i* GUARANTEED! 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