Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 14, 1966 · Page 10
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KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE Church Page News of services and meetings in Kossuth County churches this week i—ALGONA (Iowa) ADVANCE THURSDAY, JULY 14, 1966 Lu Verne Fern Bigingt »eee»»o»e»ee»eoe»»oo»»»« First Methodist Rev. Wm. ft. Nelend Alflona Sunday, July 17 -— Church sch001 for First Lutheran AD/MID UEETC irotirc * ?u T fr mm ! WSWS of the LuVerne EUB Baumgartners. The Clarence Nielsen*, of Lu- Verne, and her sister, Mrs. 1 Arthur Weise, Algona, visited Sun- Sunday, July 17 Sunday, 9:00 am.— the ser- day in Des Moines with the worn- 9:00 a.m.—Church school for vice of worship (Holy CommUri* en's sister, Mrs. Esther Adijy. the family, ion is celebrated the first Sunday Mrs. Addy is convalescing from 10:00 a.m.—Worship service. O f eac h month), recent major surgery. Monday, July II . 10:05 to 11:15 a.m.—Sunday Carol Ristau, attending North- 7;30 p.m. — Commission on church school, classes are -held west Missouri State college, Ma- stewardship will meet in the every Sunday for all children ryvillc, is on the Dean's List. Fireside room. Gordon Schmidt, from age 3 through senior high ~ ' daughter of the Harold chairman. school age. Tuesday, July 19 Midweek 7:00-8:00 p.m. — Boy Scout Various activities of educa- Troop No. 71 meeting. Roy Bur- tion, fellowship and service con- tiue on a year-long basis. Details for each week are announced at the service each Sunday. Planning for the new church build- church met July 7 at the church Ri^aus, LuVerne, will be coun- With Mrs. Albert Hefty presid- sek>r at p errin nall tnis fall ing. Devotions and lesson were flte Carroll GillMoiM Ren. " o .-—•—-•- 11 iv weivi wii ^^i IIV>B»I Vwf nwi* by Mrs. Clyde Dudley. Guests ^^ i eft July 12 f or a month r is scoutmaster ivere Mrs. William Hednck and in Europe on a guided tour. They ""' Scouuna8ier Mrs. Lester Smith. Hostess was ^U leave the tour to spend sev- Mrs. Henry Kubly, assisted by et& i days ln Denmark visiting Mrs. Smith. aunts, uncles and cousins of Mrs. !. Gillespie. ATTEND FUNERAL The John Vosses Jr., visited i The John Vosses Jr., LuVerne, Sunday evening with his parents her aunts Mrs. Jessamine Miller the John Vosses, Sr., in Algona. and Anna B. Murray, Livermore, „ . St. Poul$ Lutheran >vcnt to TWborhead, "Mih'ti.i Wed- hesday for ttie* funeral-of a cousin, Ronald Murray, 53, Thursday. He died July 4 of a heart attack. I The James Mallory's and her mother, Mrs. Alma Madden, visited Sunday in Waukee, suburb 'of Des Moines with the Douglas iBoyers. The Boyers were in the jsform area Thursday evening. ! Alfred Rentz, Mason City, visit- Jed his sister, Mrs, Lydia Lund, (Saturday. The Warren Rentxes of Sturges, Mich., visited his aunt one day last week. He is the son of the Estol Rentzes, Crystal River, Fla. Methodist Re». ft. A. Bleiemeyer Livermore Sunday, July 17 9:30 a.m.—Worship service. 10:30 a.m.—Sunday school. LuVerne Methodist Rev. M. A. •(•temeyer LuVerne Sunday; July 17 8:00 a.m.—Worship service'. 9:15 a.m.—Sunday school. First Presbyterian Rev. Walter P. Mori Algona Thursday, July 14 7:30 p.m. — Rgularly monthly Whittemoro Sunday, July 17 8 a.m.—Early church services. - 9 a.m.—Surtday school and Bible classes. \ 10 a.m.—Church service. 2 p.m.—-Walther League softball game. Liyermore and Whittemore at Wliifterriore. 7:30 p.m.—Wadding Ring club. Wednesday, July 20 7:15 p.m. — ^Walther Leagug executive board meeting. 7:30 p.m.—Walther\ League at school. Opening devotions, Greg Perkins and Rachel Gade; reere- ing : looks toward a September start of construction. Community Church Rev. Kenneth I. Colei 306 West State Street Sunday 9:30 a.m. — Bible School. 10:30 a.m. — Morning Worship. 7:30 p.m. — Songspiration Hour. Wednesday 7:30 p.m. — Bible Study. Thursday 7:30 p.m. — Youth Night. The whole Gospel for the ation, Sharon Barber, Karen Seely' and Tom Bass; vreifresh- .. meiits, Gary and Larry Lauck, whole community. Rachel Gade -and Dave ttoeber; closing devotions, Dick Meyer and Larry Lauck. The Rev. Alvin Kollmans, of Trustees meeting. Sunday, July 17 9:30 a.m.—Sunday school. 10:15 a.m.—Worship service Wednesday, July 20 9:30 a.m.—Mid-week, service of Cbllinsville, suburb of St. Louis, iMo., are on vacation for 10 days 1 visiting his sisters, the Clem Str- iiplings and Harold Nielsens Jr. Luella Blumer attended the funeral of Mrs. Fannie De Moy prayer and Bible study. Monday in the Renwick Evangel-. jicai United Brethren church. I The Jerry Hardcopfs, Chicago, I were holiday weekend guests of 'his parents, the Robert Hard- jcopfs. They made the trip in I Jerry's plane. er - Evangelical Free Wesley Thursday, July 14 8 p.m.—Bible study and pray- First Methodist Rev. Frank I. ComMliM, Peiter . Corwith , Sunday, July 17 \ Church school, 9:15 a.m. Worship, 10:30 a.m. Wednesday, July 13 Committee on education at 8 p.m. in basement. Tuesday, July 19 Committee on worship, 8:30 p.m. • Wednesday, July 20 Circles meet as follows at Cor* Ledyord Methodist Rev. Edward Mout Ledyard Sunday 9:30 a.m. — Sunday School. 1Q:30 a.m. — Worship Service. • . ' " ' ' . . ' • ; :.- Socred Heort Catholic Rev. Robert A. ThUle Ledyard Sunday Masses at 8 and 10. Week'day Masses 7:30. Confessions: Thursday night after class; Saturday from 7:30 until 8:00; Sunday before both ' Mrs. Ida Gillette, Wellington, Sunday, July 17 with: 2 p.m., No. 1 (Laura)— i Springs, S. D., was a recent 9=30 a.m. — Worship. Guest Mrs. Lester Kouba, Mrs. Lucille. 1 guest at her niece Mrs Fred speaker from Clear Lake. Johnson. • No. 2 (Norma)—Mrs. Merkles ' 10:3 ° a.m.—Sunday school. 'John Oxley, Mrs. Charles Higgle, Carl Hanselman took his Jul V V 1 ' 22 N ,°• 3 (Margaret)—Mrs. Gail mother Mrs. Amelia Hanselman Baity vacation Bible school— Skelley, to Fairmont Wednesday to visit 8:30-11:00. her sister Mrs. Josephine Will, 85, living in the West Side Nurs- Trinity Lutheron ing home. % ^^ Week end guests at Robert Sunday, July 17 Hardcopfs was their daughter Q a . m . Matins. Sally, the Daryl Ludwigs and 9 : is a . m .—Sunday school and Rhonda, Steamwood, suburb of Bible class for all ages. Chicago. The Ludwigs recently 10:30 a.m.—Second service, moved there from Mason City. Monday, July 18 The Ray Aushermans conclud- Algona zone pastor's families ed their 10 day visit at Bryan me et for Gerike farewell. Stewarts, Wednesday and re- ~ _li f Livermore Presbyterian lev. Ralph Hlndmea Livermore Sunday, July 17 No services. Sacred Heart Catholic Rev. Gerald Pitch Livermore — 8 and 10 a.m. man Gaskill. Sunday, July 24 Dedication of new carpet and bookshelves. CorwittvWasley Notes Sunday, July 31 Holy communion service. Official board on first Wednesday each month, 8 p.m. turned to Anaheim, Calif. A barbeque at Bryan Stewarts Sunday was for the birthday July 5 of Mrs. Stewart. Guests were the Ray Aushermans, Anaheim, Calif., Clif Bjustroms and Jess Jorgensens. Vern Heinle*, Waverly, were July 4 guests of her niece the James Mallorys and sister-in-law Mrs. Alma Madden. The George Studers were holiday weekend guests of the Lawrence Immerfals, Avon, Minn. Earl John and son Leonard accompanied them for fishing. Mrs. is a patient in the Methodist hospital, Des Moines. She had gone to the home of her daughter the Tom Davises. She broke a bone below the hip in a fall in the Davis home. Mrs. Fleming is the former Gertrude Tiede, of LuVerne. Mr. Fleming also lived in LuVerne. LuVerne Evangelical United Brethren Rev. Ralph B. Hlndnun LuVerno Sunday, July 17 9 a.m. — Morning Worship. Rev. Akos Papp of Renwick will be in charge. 10 a.m. — Church School. St, Thomas Eoirtopal Rev. Mile OeUei Alaone Thursday, July 14 1:30 — Altar Guild. Sunday, July 17 11 a.m. — Morning Prayer First Methodist Rev. Frank I. CemMlite, fetter Wesley Sunday, July 17 9 a.m.—Worship. 10 a.m. Church school. Official board on first Thursday each month at 8 p.m. Wesley Notes Wesley WSCS Circle: July Circle No. 2, night, Olive Erdman, July 20. . Night Circle at Gladys Det- he 2 1 ?" 1 - merings, July 20, 8 p.m. 7:3 °, P- m Circle No. 1 July 21 at 2 p.m. hearsal. at Esther Schraeder's. 7:30 p.m. Immonuel Lutheran Rev. Arnold I. VeMine, Letts Creek 8:30 a.m. — Sunday School. 9:30 a.m. — Services. Holy Communion on the last Sunday of the month. Bethany Evangelical and Reformed Rev. Victor Vrleun Ledyard Sunday ; 9:30 a.m. — Sunday School. 10:30 a.m. — Worship Ser- ' vice. Thursday 3:45 p.m. — Junior Choir re*! Senior Choir re- The Edward Manteys, Janesville, Wis., visited last week and nursery. with her sister the Edward Len- Thursday, July 21 zes. 2 p.m. — Guild meeting. Soup- The Sanford Reeds, West Co- making, vina, Calif., visited Mrs. Reed's parents the Albert Schneiders. Mrs. Reed, Sue 15, and Sara 11, went by train to New York City where they flew by jet to Spain for a three weeks visit with friends. Mr. Reed and Sanford Jr., in a new camper trailer, left for fishing in northern Canada. Guests at Walter Bierstedt's fpr the birthday of Mr. Bierstedt July 7 were their children, the Norbert Bierstedts, Algona; Leonard Hansons, Irvington. and the John Bierstedts, LuVerne. Pennis Hanson returned home after a vacation with his grandparents. Th* Rev. Roy A. Biecem»yers chaperoned a Youth Fellowship group from the LuVerne Me*ho- dist church for a retreat Tues- Good Hope Methodist iev. Merlin Pevlei Lone Rock Immonuel Lutheran B«v. Wm. flock Uvermore St, John's Lutheran Burt Regular Baptist Cberlti Mewkle*, Algpna First Presbyterian KeltH tt*yer, ley Peitor Irvington Wednesday 8:00 p.m.—Choir practice. Thursday 1:30 p.m.—U. P. W. Sunday 9:00 a.m.—Worship. 10:00 a.m.—Church school. Congregotionol Rev. Frond Nercey Algona Next Church Service August 7, 10 a.m. day and Wednesday at Clear Lake. Mr*. Minnie Dickie »nd son Vsughn Usfai&r, Msfton City, visit- f4 Sun4ay with her brother the Burt Methodist Rev. W»riiii ivrt Lutheron Church LuVtrnt First Baptist Meek CeriMi, Pel*** Algona Thursday 8:00 p.m. — Midweek prayer and Bible study at the church. Sunday Sunday school, 9:00 a.m. Ron. Bitz, supt. Morning worship 10:00. Cherubs, 7:00 p.m. Jet Cadels, 7:00 p.m. Jr. Hi. and Sr. young people, 7:00 p.m. Evening service, 8:00. Senior choir practice to follow the evening service. Monday 8:30 a.m.—Jr. Hi. and Senior young people leave for a week Meeting, of Bible camp. We welcome you to worship _ and terw with us at the First Prayer Baptist church. Saturday i 8:45 a.m. — Confirmation In-' struction. • Burt Full Gospel Jeft Bennett, p«»tor Burt 10:00 a.m. — Sunday School. 11:00 a.m. — Morning Worship. 8:00 p.m. — Evangelistic Service. 7:00 p.m. — Young peoples meeting. St, Cecelia Catholic Rt. Rev. Mttr. P. P. Geeren Algona MASSES AT ST. CECELIA Sunday Masses — 6:00, 7:30, 9:00 and 10:30. Holy Dayi — 6:00, 7:30, 9:00 and 10:30. Weekdays — 6:45 and 8 a.m. CONFESSIONS — Saturdayf, day before First Friday and Holidays. On the hour 3:00, 4:00, 5:00, 7:00, 8:00, 9:00 p.m. Other times by appointment. Noiorene Aton* Sunday 9:45 i.m. — Sunday School. 10:45 a.m. -» Morning Worship, 7 p.m. — Young Peoptef » Pvening THIS MESSAGE SPONSORED BY . . . METRONICS INC. AND THE PUBLIGSPIRITED MERCHANTS LISTED BELOW! Gertrude Stein Wrote "A Rose Is A Rose, Is A Rose" At first glance we might take such a statement as the nonsensical chit-chat of a demented parrot, but upon sober consideration we are apt to realize that it is much more. It was in reality her unique way of saying, that a rose is by all odds the most beautiful flower that grows. Whether she was thinking only of the beauty and fragrance of the flower is a matter of conjecture. Perhaps she was thinking of the entire _Rose Family, which yieldsi valuable fruits, such as the apple'and plum and many 6ther*econbmie 'products, among them the almond, wild cherry and oil of Rose. Why is it that the Rose Family should yield such a wide variety of flowers and fruits? Environment, Mendelism and cultivation the botanist and bi- ologist will say. They mean that the condition of the soil and the prevailing climate conditions determine the manner and rapidity of growth; that principles of heredity will produce changes in the plant's nature and of course cultivation will promote its growth and yield. In this respect, then, man is like a plant. In a healthful climate; in a pleasant environment there is ample opportunity for moral and mental, uplift. The Church should play'an important part in everyone's life and wellbeing. Attend the church of your choice regularly. She a good example for your family and they will eventually follow in your footsteps. Algona Flour & Feed Taylor-Made Bulk Fertilizer New Holland Machinery Advance Publishing Co. "Algona's Progressive Newspaper" Printing Office Supplies Fore way Stores Top Grocery Values Each Week Fran's Beautyrama Complete Beauty Care Phone 295-3439 — Aleona Kossuth Mutual Ins. Assn. Your Friend — Before and After the Flr« Lola Scuffham, Secretary — Algonu loing's Plumbing & Heoting ElecU-lc Sewer Rooter — Air Conditioning Hnh lJ)ln» — Phone 205-2104 Algona Plumbing & Heating Frederick V & S Hardware Mergen & Webster Electric Sewer Rooter Service Dial 295-5240 Bennie B. Wibben Building Contractor 122 S Heckart St. — Algona Bomgoors Ben Franklin Algona's Complete Variety Store Gerald Bomgaars, Owner Bjustrom Furniture Three Floors of Furnishings Since 1927 Algona Joe Bradley Equipment 116 South Thorington St. Firestone Tires—Farm Machinery Cargill Inc. Nutrena Feeds and Cargill Fertilizer South Phillips St. — Algona Coost-to-Coost Stores Hardware — Appliances — Furniture Ed Wolf, Owner — Algona Colonial Motel North of Algona at 18 & 169 Bud and Kate Anderson, Owners Directory Service Co, Commercial Printing Algona Druggists Mutual Insurance Eugene Murtagh, President Vic Parsons, Secretary lilt End Grocery The Best, Place in Town to Buy Fine Quality Hardware — at ,a Savings Foster Furniture Store Quality Home Furnishings Since 1918 "Algona's Painters and Decorators" Metronics Inc. O. B. Harmes Funk Plumbing & Heating Percival Motors Plumbing — Heating — Sheet Metal Work 119 S. Dodge St. — Phone 295-3234 Gambles Algona's Only Double-Front Hardware Store • Including a Complete Furniture Department Harrison's Records — Housewares — Wearing Apparel Charles Hinken, Manager Hutzell's Citgo Service Floyd Hutzell, Service Station Roy R. Hutzell, Bulk Plant 295-2362 Dodge and Chrysler Sales & Service South Phillips St. — Algona Pioneer Hi-Bred Corn Co. Herb Hedlund. Production Manager Perry Collins, Experimental Manager Ron & Jack's Algona's Home-Owned Supermarket North Dodge Street Shilts Brownbilt Shoe Store "The Shoe Store That Takes Care of Your Feet" Phone 295-5371 Home Federal Sav. & Loan Tom's Radio & TV Algona's Only Savings Association 295-3546 — Aleona "Where you SAVE DOES Make a Difference" Honsbrueh Druq Your Algona Rexall Store Your Health and Beauty Center Iowa State Bank a' Home-Owned Bank Member FDIC & Federal Reserve System RCA Sales and Service "Home of Color TV" Thermoqos Co. of Algono A Complete LP Gas Service Phone 295-2841 Weidenhoff Corporation Co to Church Sunday — You'll Feel Better Monday I Jock's O.K. Tire Service Western Buyers d*7 §t 7:30 p.m. Grocery Delivery Daily Newly Remodeled tot Your Convenience Irnje Williams John Dttrt Complete Line of John Deer* Implement^ m-mi «jf oof "As for Me and My House We Will Serve the Lord." Johnson Houst Motel Algona's Finest Motel Facilities South f d£e of Algona on Hiway Koifuth Motor Go. Chevrolet Sales and 91 OK U«4 C*tf Wiltgen Jewelry Diamond Settings — Watch Repair! Four Watchmakers to Serve You Ztndtr'i "Peopte w K««V Bnultr'f '

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