Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 5, 1971 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Monday, July 5, 1971
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Lone Rock Man Ordained Info Ministry Sunday LONE ROCK-Candidate Francis M. Lieb, graduate of Concordia Seminary, St. Louis, Mo., was ordained into the Office of the Ministry of the Lutheran Church-Missouri synod at a special service held atlmmanuel Lutheran Church of Lotts Creek, Lone Rock, Sunday afternoon, June 27, with Pastor Walter A. Otto officiating. Area pastors of the Missouri Synod assisting ajid participating in the laying on of hands were Daniel Hentscher of rural Gar- ner; L. Granville Leonard of Garner; Walter Ostermeier of West Bend; Paul Sohn, Algona; and Cleo Kautsch, Whittemore. Pastor Kautsch, counselor of the Algona circuit of the Iowa District West, Lutheran Church- Missouri Synod, presented candidate Lieb for ordination. Rev. James J. Vehling, brother-in- law of candidate Lieb and missionary to Japan, preached on n Corinthians 3: 4-6. Rev. Walter Otto, pastor Immanuel Lutheran, Lotts Creek, was the liturgist and Mrs. Gerald Kuecker was the organist. A fitting banner was designed and presented by Sheryl Lieb, niece of candidate Lieb. Pastor Edwin Bishop of the Burt-Swea city parishes, was a guest also of the Immanuel congregation and Pastor Rex Spicer attended the reception. A reception honoring Francis I AND , , . It's a "mort gage" you can never pay off. So don't take chances on a ruinous loss if hail strikes. YOUR crops this summer. Be prepared And be sure of ADEQUATE protection with a Square Deal crop hail policy. .Fire and lightning coverage added at no extra cost. SfF YOUR LOCAl AOf.NCY SQUARE DEAL INSURANCE DES MOINES. IOWA 50306 Ycn-r friendly Square Deal Agent is Kossuth Mutual Insurance Agency ALGONA, IOWA PHONE 295-3756 Three Algo Drug Stores CLOSED Tuesday Night Thuente Pharmacy Honsbruch ^^ ^^ ^^ ^"^^B STARLITE DRIVE-IN THEATRE OPEN - 8:15 SHOW -9:15 Admission - $1.50 STARTS WEDNESDAY Soft young girls behind hard prison bars... They'd do anything for a man or to him! HKT DOLOR BY DELUXE 4 — Kossuth County Advance Monday, July 5, 1971 and his wife, Kay, was held following the service in the undercroft of the church. Dick Kuecker, chairman of Immanuel Lutheran, introduced the master of ceremonies, David Potratz, a local schoolmate of Francis, now announcer at radio station KICD, Spencer. The afternoon program began with the children of the upper grades singing four selections. Pastor Kautsch represented the pastors of the circuit and the district president. Howard Krause, president of the Immanuel Lutheran Laymen's League, presented a gift to the Liebs from the club. Mrs. Orville Kressin, president of this ladies aid, assisted by Mrs. Wayne Boettcher, presented a gift and a monologue. The Lutheran Youth for Christ also remembered the Liebs with a monetary gift presented by president Dave Kadlng. The youths also presented a pantomime entitled "When The Lights Went Out." Jean Pompe was the narrator; Jack Pompe, prop- man; and Dirk Hackbarth, Dave Kading, Sherri Boettcher and Susan Bierle, participants. Dick Kuecker represented the congregation and presented the congregation's gift. A letter from the members of Immanuel Lutheran, Wentzville, Mo., by pastor Norman Bahlow was read. Lunch was served by the wives of the members of the church council. Mrs. James Vehling, sister of pastor Lieb, served at the coffee table; Mrs. Gerald Radig was the dining room hostess; and committee in charge of arrangements included Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Wetzel, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Seegebarth and Mr. and Mrs. Dick Kuecker. Pastor Lieb will serve Immanuel Lutheran church at Wentzville, Mo. with installation services to be held there July 18. After a brief visit with relatives and friends the Liebs will be at home in Wentzville July 15. The newly-ordained pastor is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Lieb of rural Algona. - o - 1946 CLASS REUNION Class of 1946 of Lone Rock School will have open house July 10 from 2 to 5 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Ruth Walker, 1008 E. State, Algona. Anyone who wishes to visit is welcome. Lou Robinsons Buy Property At Irvington IRVINGTON - Mr. and Mrs. Lou Robinson have purchased the property in Irvington from Elmer Dole, formerly occupied by the John Doles and for the last several years by the Fred Jordans. The Robinsons, who moved in July 1, have been living in Algona. The Jordans have stored their furniture and will spend the next month to six weeks visiting relatives until a house which they have purchased at Vinton, la., and which is still in the process of being built, is completed. Mr. Jordan is affliated with Purina Feeds with headquarters at Cedar Rapids. - o - Mr. and Mrs. Merle Wiener, Ames, and Mrs. Marie Maass, LuVerne, were recent visitors at the Oliver Knudsens. Merle teaches Industrial Arts at the Ames College. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Asa, Rutland, Mrs. Marie Maass and Bob Maass, LuVerne, were dinner guests June 30 at the Oliver Knudsens. Thompsons Observe 50th Wedding Anniversary LONE ROCK - Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Thompson, Algona, will observe their golden wedding anniversary Sunday, July 11, with an open house at the Lone Rock Legion hall from 2 to 5 p.m. All friends and relatives are Invited. Hosts will be their children and families, Mr. and Mrs. Willard Thompson, Lone Rock; Mr. •—•—. —••• Schnokenberg Sells Three Of His Racehorses IRVINGTON - John Schnakenberg reports that he has sold' three of his race horses; Ventura Lad was sold early last spring to trainer Don Haley at East St. Louis. He has made four starts this season, running first, second and third. Scot Haas has been sold to Dean Hawkins, Beatrice, Nebr., and Doc Fristedt has been sold to trainer Barbara Noll, Sioux City. On June 26, Robot 0 ran third at cahokia Park, East St. Louis, and Plum Forgot ran seventh at Park Jefferson, Sioux city. The horses Irvington and Lane K, also r at Sioux City, have been suffering with influenza. - o - Mr. and Mrs.Wm.Christensen and family, Burt, and the Gerald Hansons were campers at West Okoboji last weekend. Mrs. Ronald Sabin, and sons, Harry Thomas, Scot and Kevin went to Badger Sunday where they attended the Fevold reunion. The Arlan Schmitts, Algona, returned home last Sunday from a week's vacation. They visited Lincoln's home and the Lincoln Memorial at Springfield, Hi. They also drove through the Ozarks and were, in parts of Arkansas, Tennessee and Kentucky. Enroute home they stopped at the Richard Schmitts at Chariton. Mrs. Richard Apple, Spencer, was a recent visitor at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Erby Shipler and family, Irvington. Gilbert Hargreaves has been having medical attention for the ring finger on his left hand which was badly cut June 22 when the shovels of his cultivator dropped while he was doing some repair work. The Dennis Olsons were visitors last Tuesday at the Kenneth Gatton home, Titonka. Donald Gatton, son of the Kenneth Gat- tons, who suffered a fractured I \ 0 rmol CONFUSED ABOUT I INSLJRANO] j We can help J you with all • your needs w I f rVjf -•-ti|'u;i BOHANNON • INSURANCE SERVICE. I 295.5443 I X Newest »t y | M f or any formal dreu occasion. Fatt and accurate service DIAMOND'S Algona and Mrs. Jim (Carol) Elsbecker, Phoenix, Ariz.; and Mr. and Mrs. Gary (LaVon) Schiltz, Fairmont, Minn. The Thompsons were married July 2, 1921 and lived on a farm north of Lone Rock till 1964 when they retired and moved to Algona. The couple request no gifts, please. —***^m^m Jaw when involved in a car accident June 19 and was hospitalized at St. Ann Hospital, was released June 28 and is now at home. He was to go to Mason City July 1 to have the jaw wired. Burt News NEW DAUGHTER Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Foelske announce the arrival of an 8 Ib. 5 oz. daughter, Rachel Lynn, June 29 at St. Ann hospital. The grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Langholz of Fort Atkinson, and Mr. Henry Foelske of Janesville. The great-grandparents are Mrs. Wm. Langholz of Waverly, Mrs. Wm. Bockmann, Allison, and Mr. Wm. Steinberg, Denver. Mr. Ronald Foelske is principal of Burt Community School. - o - Alvin Andreasen, who has been a patient at St. Ann hospital the past six weeks, was taken by ambulance June 28 to Mercy Hospital in Mason City. Some time ago he had surgery for stomach ulcers and recently had a heart attack. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Franzen announce the arrival of a 7 Ib. ; 13 oz. daughter MaChelle Lynn at Memorial Hospital in Humboldt. She has a three-year-old brother Jeffrey. The grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Charles LAppe and Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Franzen. Clyde Bristow is great- grandfather. Mrs. Dennis Franzen is the former Charlotte Lappe. Tom Lappe plans to attend Westmar College in LeMars this fall. Mrs. Charles Lappe and Tom attended Orientation last weekend. WHY? . . . READ THE ALGONA NEWSPAPERS AND YOU'LL KNOWI Kossuth 4 - H News LOTTS CREEK LASSIES The Lotts Creek Lassies held their meeting at the Whittemore Elevator at 1:30. Sue Walker called the meeting to order, pledge of Allegiance was led by Sharon Krug. Talks were given by Mary Arend "How to Measure Liquid andDry Ingredients", "Make Kool Kabobs" by Mary and Barb Arend, "How to Store Salad-Type Sandwiches, Be Safe-Hot Sorry" by Darlene Becker. 4-H Pledge was led by sherry Walker. Achievement Day is July 27 and is at the American Legion Hall at 7:00 p.m. in Whittemore. The public is invited. We had a 4-H picnic June 16 at the gravel pit. We honored our dads with gifts. and HEATING REPAIRS-ALTERATIONS- INSTALLATIONS From minor repairs to major alterations and installations, our service is fast, reii- able*. Count on us. • GAS CONVERSIONS • KOHIER FIXTURES • MYERS PUMPS S& A PLUMBING & HEATING (Formerly Funk Plumbing & Heating) 119 S. Dedg* - Algona, Iowa - Phone 2954214 Something's Brewing... AND IT'S IN YOUR FUEL OIL TANK ... If. moisture caused by condensation in tonks that or. not full. Woter in your fuel con couse nothing but problems thi, foil or winter. We suggest g fill now. KEEP THINGS ROLLING SAME DAY SERVICE This vacation with a tune-up for your auto before leaving town. For all of your farm fuel, grease or oil requirements. Viking Oil Co. Algona, Iowa 295-3749 North Main St. ""- - • ^^^^^mmmm^^^ The Algona Newspapers' Summer Movfe Matinees Wed., July 7 Plus 3 Stooge and Cartoon ... it's a new idea , in entertainment I Wait'll you hear •NENDA . SALES-CARTER-PATRICK-BOYO 1:30 p.m. - Algona Theatre Admission Only 25c With Coupon Below ' CLIP THIS CQUPQM This Coupon and 25c Good For On* Admission for Any of Th« Series of The Algona Newspapers MOVIE MATINEES AT THE ALGONA THEATRE EVERY WEDNESDAY 1:30 P.M. Regular Admitsion 50c and $1.00

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