Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 21, 1966 · Page 10
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 10

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 21, 1966
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:ffi&6&ijw . iCOUNTY ADVANCE ,1.1 ji! Pr i f!fvp£{?;!j,y'^^ News of services and meetings in Kossuth County churches this week ADVANCE grandparents the Geratt Klyns jjL i 1 *"^»A 'A ii~i—" % fA 1 **' l T)Sfto ' 'tfhe'Gary Aitchisons, Ames, wei;e Sunday guests 'at the par-, eritai Clarence Ai'tchison's. The Charies Vestrums, visited First Methodist Rev. Ftanfc L.' "CentVdiM, Poster fifi, of Bode son, who had spent several weeks with the Smiths, returned home with them. First Lutheran t i , , . tt \ . * r< -i " MOT, (tefcert t. LoMM "" *'«??* " , ' ' Sunday, 9:00. "a.m.— the' sef vice'bf Worship (Holy CommUh- f 'is celebrated the first' Stittday each' month):' ' , ..... .' ', .iu,.u., w » ~ v — typS to, U:15 a f m.-Sundiy owing" speaker^' have church, school, classes ar^ hfeld ed 'for vacation Sun- every Sunday for all children days: " ' from age 3 ^ough senior high Aug. 7 — Allen Blake. . school age. "-••••/ Aug. 14 - ttetf Milton yogel, ' Sunday, July 24 9 a.m. — ''Wc-rsHi'p. * 10 a.m. —'dhurch School. J Sunday; July Tft secured e . Various activities of. . educa r formerly/minister of education -,-v-, -.-,, •••-,., -..,.:. » at St Paul's chiirch in Cedar Ra- tion, fellowship arid service con- i 11 Tr. .1 .. j i. .«i «• *. . _*'__? „ i _ i , f t iji— 'T*t**a>_liM pids *J ( U* area whole >John C. Saathoff,'66, a resi- d^nt* of Bode for the past 20 years, died at his home eqrly Sunday .morning, following a lengthy illness. " wttta T3 a nrl?T Ce «,*« d Fun and Do Club met July i 3 nel^Cbulp'^HenTpstead is/staVoFcWsfruVtion Jjednraday at St. pjaf Lutheran witli CamiUa Hermann. Guests ^ar^ if. S. f ' ,,.•••. Church a* Bode .with toe Rev. Wei i e Mrs . Elmer Youngwirth, a offidal Board on first Thurs- Si a t aB ^^^i a rt^hSLn ^ Pe * e Plemel and - Mrs> L ; day each month at 8 p.m. SRWi wa $ ">§h OH! Lu( ^ e T a ? C. W»tomier, At 500 .prizes went J Cemetery at Bode.'- • » to Laura'Becker, JimilyYoung- i Mr. Saathoff was born in Monr wirth and Dorothy Plathe. The ji- *&. :: '"* l %?- m ^$ the next meeting'will bejheld Aug. firmer Etta Kurth at ^ubii^ue. i 0 ^ Delotis Kramer le was creamery manager at >^ Charles ^Golw 5 ells, St. Bet£ Joggen, Amber and Alden; until ^^ Charles's; mc4^r and sils- F»rst Mftt ««v. Wm. R. NoUnd Community Church Rev. Kenneth I. Colei 308 V/est State Street : ;i ' ! • 7 Sunday 9:30, a.m. — Bible School. ,; Thursday, Ji*ty:21 i 10:30 aim. — Morning Wor- ••A2? .--:---.- ..ii^-, *ii. eww, v/na*;«w^ "'"WAy*..."•«• -j*.* 8:00 p.m.'-4-CommissiQn one.d- ship. , . >j 1946, when he purchased the ter M^ Florence Colwell, and ucation meeting in the church 7-30 p . m . — Songspiration sreamery and locker at Bode. Mrs B Q. Davis, Irvington, dining room. Mrs. Clifford Skog- Hour. In^ 1954 he suffered a heart drove to Iowa City, Sunday and strom;chairman. , Wednesday ^ attack and had been in ill health visited Harold Colwell, son of Sunday, July 24 7:30. p.m. — Bible Study. „ V ' * . ' Mrs "Florence Colwell, at Uni- 9:00 a.m^—Church school for Thuf«lay ' r ™ * T ^ Was a ' ™* mbe r °* versity hospital. He is still hav- the family; T 7:30 p.m. — Youth Night. Olaf Lutheran Church and i n , g tests and'treatment. 10.00 a.m.—Worship service. The whole Gospel for the The Frank Decenas, Sioux 1:15 p.m.--€ars leave for the whole community. / was a former member of the e Town Council. IW , TT . ....... City, were/in this area,last week- local officers training MYF j^He is survived by his widow, end They came for Mrs. Decieri- meeting at Graettinger. EJta; one son, Duane^ of Dakota as - s class reunion' Saturday I 'at ' Tuesday, July 26 ' ^ ; , ™ e '^"gntere, Mrs. the j 0 hnson House. Mrs. Decenk 7 - 8 pM. — vBoy Scout Troop larles Thatcher of Bode Mrs. j s the former Beverly Robison? No. 71 meeting. ' Roy Burris ilhamJaas of Alden and Mrs. Mrs. Blanche Lage reports that scoutmaster, rry Bestweber of Goldfield; her son> staff S gt. Allen Lage, i grandchildren; one sister, has arrived in V iet Nam, and is Mjs. Fred Wendl of Ryan; and stationed with a hospital unit and Geor ; ten miles from Saigon. Sgt. Lage Mm , both of Oelwein, Henry of Ryan and Edward of Mi Ver- UOn. 4-H ftews his family was in May when he received onlers^or^ overseas ditty, but at that time 'the destination was undisclosed. His family remained here and is living in Algona. Mrs.' Lawrence Miller, assisted by a'sister Mrs. Darryl Swartz, Evansdale; gave a baby shower First Methodist Rev. Frank L. CemMlne. Pmtor Cerwith Sunday, July 24 9:15 a.m. — Church School. 10:30 a.m. — Worship. Dedication of New Carpet and Bookshelves. Ledvard Methodist Rev. Edward Maus Ledyard :' Sunday 9:30 a.m. — Sunday School. 10:30 a.m. — Worship Ser? vice. ; Sacred Heart'Catholic Rev. Robert A. Thlele 'ff , . Ledyard Sunday Masses at 8 and 10. Week day Masses 7:30. Confessions: Thursday night after class; Saturday from 7:30 What Pee? Your Church Have Tb Qfftr ? Sunday, July 31 ?srs=^tsrw sf •* ^"^;««•»>«;; ._ s .i'cjd i A 4-H dog meeting was'held for;4nother" sister,. Mrs. Wayne been secured for vacation Sun- <WJ~ at Roland Bode's farm. Five Byerty. Waterloo, at the Miller days: ' M< "' ' , members and three dogs were home Saturday afternoon: Mrs. Aug. 7 — Allen Blake. SOCred Heart CathOlIC "•" A «« •. . . ~D*.n«1.. Vtnn n *s*\n Vvr\«*rt Tuna *IQ Ai*^ 1 "\ A TJ*»*r lU'ilinn \7/\Cf1ol • ••«* G*mm,\A Vl««k Under a director who knows how to choose and arrange music particularly adapted to their young voices, the boys' choir presents what many consider the very best in church music. Small wonder that churches which are'blessed'with boys' choirs are usually ^crowded'iati^ll-services'; jfor-'they serve''as-an»inspira'. • tiohV ';'-'• '--•'•' •: present. The dogs were inspect- Byerly has a son born June 18. Aug. 14 — Rev. Milton Vogel, eS by Roland Bode. Theh the Mr. Byerly is in the navy with, formerly minister of education Livermere dogs did their tricks. Lunch was headquarters in Japan. Attend- at St. Paul's dhurch in Cedar Ra- Sunday Masses — 8 and 10 a.n>, served Reporter is Debbie Bui- ing the shower from a distance pids and now appointed to the Weekday Mass — 7:30 a.m. .ten. ' were the Victor Applegatee, area staff of Christian Ed. for First Fridays at 7:30 a.m. ,and U-GOI-GO Ames.' whole state of low'a. 7:30 p.m. i " The U-Go-I-Go 4-H club held Clarence Canaday and family, Aug. 21 — Dr. C. ,S. Hemp- ' .' . - . ." • . \ _ _ W.^.« *-*1.ir*-.m~f-X**.~mr-.& TlTi-»»*4- n *+ft ft\ W1«1«T —A, j»._ J ..nn*n«V«k»«l4- I* t fl 13*»**^ flrf /*^^\|1*_ • Immonuel Lutheran Comparatively few churches, however, can have such a choir, but all have something to offer that enables one to forget self and ones own problems. Here, with time for contemplation and realignment of your thoughts, you may gain that inspiration. •>rt? at . Regularrchurch attendance, will prove^the mainstay of your spiritual life and give guidance in the many trials which time visits upon everyone. Advance Publishing Co. "Algona's Progressive Newspaper" Printing Office Supplies Formers Service Center ^5ZS S. Phillips Street Storage and Fertlll7t>f Metronics Inc. -^ ^i * Si O. B.. Harmes Fir** Pvesbvterian R«V. Waller F, Mori Alqena ' Sunday/ July 24 9 ' a.m. — Sundav Church Allegiance was led "by Cynthia spent Sunday afternoon at Five former D, S. . Winter. Roll call was a safety Island Lake, near Emmetsburg. Official Board meets. on first slogan, and the-'i^i^Yem^nt . Lawrence Miller jiasbeieh at Wednesday night each month, show and county demonstrations home with blood poisoning. The a p.m. were discussed. ;4iH pledge was infection is a result of an injury led by Sherry Biilteh)' Illustrat- when Lawrence accidentiy ed talks were: : ( Rules to follow struck his thumb with a hammer for dress, Ma;r*ha>Winter; right and later cut it on barbed wire. Clothes for themght occasion, U.P.W. met last week Thurs- Debbie Bultenr and combining day at the Irvington church, and line, color "and tenure to the the last chapter of "A Reluctant individual: Jean Abbott. Demon- Missionary" .was studied. There School. Classes for all ages be- istrations wWe: Rule of 14 by will be no U.P.W, or Missionary ginning with two year olds. I Susan Bullock; teann Schenck, study in Augiistl 10,: 15 a.m. — Morning Wor\ figure types and sizes; and Di- Gloria Canaday left Monday ship Service, | ane Winter,""ways jty finish hems, for three days at 4-H Camp near f Everyone practiced modeling for Boone. ! the style show. Reporter is Deb- The Hajpld Sabins and the [ bie Bulten, - Duane Rileys, Algona, spent the f •!•.'•• weekend at the Riley cabin at Lake Okoboji. The Charles Reisetters, El- ,„ ...•, N dora, were weekend visitors at Wursery provided), Ronald Sabin's. The Verl Pattersons were Sun- Viola St'idtr day visitors at Larry Devine's. i *+*****•***•*****••**+*+ The Ralph Nelsons, Waterloo, were recent visitors with Mrs. Blanche Lage, St. Thongs Enirropal t.y. Mtlo Polt-l Alqon* Sunday, July 24 11 a.m. — '' Morning Prayer. , St. Joseph's Guild met Tues- idav evening, Julv 19. i The Jack Vitzthums; Clarence 'Beenkens and Dale Dornbiers jsoent. July 1T-16 on 3 fishin*'t^ATJ to Publin, Canada. The storiets are big!!! The Henry Redeniuses recently returned from a 15 -dav tour j sponsored by "Cappers Week- ilv 1966 tour of Two Nations j^ast." There were 179 persons »from 17 different states, with 5 i escorts. I The Paul Blains, Columbus, ) p., are expected soon for a visit ;. jn the parental Paul Studer's. ; Another daughter Csrolvn, a i beautv operator at Wolf's in s Pes Moines. will also spend part of her vacation at home. Lewis I Studer is honje frojtn Oarthae 1 *, ! Mo., where he ai^tan.^^ a work' ! shop at tfee Colej?^ of Our La4y jof the (te^rk^. which to^feas attended the past several years. ! Bill L«ing. Omaha. Neb . snent (the weekend in the Pauline * |>fefffT home. His wife Julie and i|on Jimmy, who had so&nt 4 lyieek with her mother acc^ni- pajjied him home. * '"--•""and SgjMjy Klyn, Evangelical Free W«l-v Sundiy, July 24 9:30 a.riv —' Morning Worship. 10:30 a.m. — Sunday School. W«dn«id.y, July 77 2 p.m. — Women's Missionary Society. 8 p.m. — Free Church Youth Fellowship. First Presbyterian ' Keith W-iy«r, Lay Paitor Iryinaten A W««ln«»d«y 8:00 p.m. — Choir practice. Thursday 1:30 p.m.—Mission study. Sundav 9:00 a.m.—Worship, 10:00 a,.m. Church school. Con^ relational lev. frank Harcty Letts Creek 8;30 a.m. — Sunday School! 9;30 a.m. — Services. " Holy Communion on the last Sunday of the month. " Bethanv Evangelical and Reformed Rev- Victor Vrlewn Ledyard . Sunday 9:30 a.m. — Sunday School, 10:30 a.m. — Worship Service. ',' • --, '. '.'• ' ; Thursday , 3:45 p.m. — Junior Choir rehearsal. , 7:3p p.m. — Senior Choir rehearsal, . ;,, Saturday / 8:^5 a,m, — Confirmation Instruction. * Burt Full Gospel Jeff ••nneft, Miter ••' '- . Burl • ': 45 10:00; a.m. -T Sunday School,. 11;00 a.m. ^- Morning Wor»( Ship. 8:00 p.m. — Evangelistic Service. 7:00 p.m. — Young people* meeting. I Next Church 7, 10 a.m. Service August St, turheran fMtft First Baptist Mock e-HtW, St. Cecelia Catholic Rt. Rev. Mnr. f. ». Oearei ' Alflona • MASSES AT ST. CECELIA Sunday Masses — 6:00, 7:!1Q, 9:00 and 10:30. • Holy Days ~ «:00, 7:30, 9:OJ) and 10:3Q, Sunday, July 24 8:00 n.m. — Midweek prayer 8 a.m. — Early Church Serv- and Bible study at the church, ice. Sunday 9 a . m . _ Sunday School and Sundav school, 9:00 a.m. Ron. Bitz, supt. Bible Classes. 10 a,.m. — Church Service. 1:30 • 4:00 p.m. — Children's Festival at Fort Pod^e. 2 p.m. — Walther League softball — Gamer at Whittemore. Monday, July 25 8 p,m. — Circuit of the Robert Klyns. „„.,. . Pella with their Sch<»l teachers. -^— ft utay/ JyJy W fe SwndfV, Jyly Mornjn? worship 10:00. Oherubs. 7:00 p.m. Jet Cadels. 7:00 p.m. Jr. Hi. and Sr. young people, 7:00 p,m. Eveijinj? service, 8:00. Senior choir ppctice Itp fojlow meeting at Whitternor^. the evening service. 8 p.m. — Meeting of Sunday 8:30 a.m.—Jr. HJL and Senior CONFESSIONS day before First Friday and Holidays. On the hour 3:00, 4:00, 5:00, 7:00, 8:00, ?:0j) p.m, times b Algona Vault Service J. I. Merryman Algona, Iowa . N - Algona Plumbing & Heating Electric Sewer Rooter Servicp/ ;.•'.'. '; ' Dial 295-9240 '-.••' . • t ' . ' - Bomgoors Ben Franklin Algona's Complete Variety Store Gerald Bomgaors, Owner , Bjustrom Furniture v Three Floors of Furnishings . Since 1927 A1 8° n a Joe Bradley Equipment 116 South Thorlngton'St. Firestone Tlres-r-Farm Machinery Corgill Inc. ,;, Nutrena Feeds and Carglll Fertilizer '! South Phillips St, — Algona Corsons For Color Complete Giftware Selection Phone 295-3737 v Algona Chrome Truck Stop Skelly Products ? 24-Hour Service Always Coast-to-Coast Stores Hardware «. Appliances ^- Furnit^f Ed WoJl, Qwntp -r Alfonf Druggists Mutual Insurance fufena Murtagb, Preside^ Vic Pajrsorw, Fran's Beautyrama Complete Beauty Care Phone 205-3439 — Aleona . , Dodge and Chrysler Sale* South Phillips St. — Algona „ , Service Frederick Y 8, S Hardware Piione^rH^^ ^. The Best Place in Town;; to:, Buy'' . ' : .Fine Quality Hardware i — .',.*£'*; Saying? . Foster Furniture Store Quality Home Furnishings Since .' 1918 _s , Funk Plumbing & Heatinq Plumbing — Heating — Sheet Metal Work 119 S, Dodge St. — Phone 295-3234 Harrison's Records — Housewares — Wearing Apparel Charles Hinken, Manager Htitzell's Citgo Service Floyd Hutzell, Service Station Roy R. Hutzell, Bulk' Plant 295-2363 Home Federal Sqv. & Loan Aleona's Only Savings' Association 295-3548 — Algona ' "Where you SAVE POES Make a Difference" v Herb, Hedlund. Prodiictlon M«n««f,r .Peiry Coliins, Experimental Manager Post Moving & Storage ' • Local and Long Distance Moving 295-2275 ' Diclt Post; Owner Ron & Jack's Algona's Home-Owned Supermarket North Dodge Street Schultz Bros. Garage Euick —;<pontlac — Cadillac 'south Phillips St. — Gas for Lest Shilts Brownbilt Shoe Store ; V<«T|ie;ShC!e i^P'f ^f^ Takw Car* of ' ' Feet" v V/. Phon^ 193-5371 Honsbruch Druq Your* 'Aigpna Bf iall^ Stpi Vqur Hea,)l,lj Center . Jus,t East' qf Courthouse, ; S Meals -'Snacks — Breakfasts 1 . \ '• < Taylor Implement Co. Behlen Buildings and Dryers •• •"'' : ! '" - lowo Al«ona« Member PPIC «f Federal Reserve System Tom'i Radio & TV flCA Sslei and| f«rylc« "Home ol Color TV'' Jaek f s O,K, J!r« %*mt e Therm^as CP, f Wf TO Noiarene East End fref Croce/y, Delivery for Your Coflvenjencf Motor Co, Sales a^j Weidenhoff Corporotion • ' 7 p.m. young people leave for $ week Meeting. Of Bible ea.mp, 7:30 p.m. » We welcome you to worship gelistic Meetinj ma .serve witfe us ?t ttee ffeii _ ?&y& Jte^ ww Itou* tw 9:45 a.m. — Sunday School. 1Q:45 a.m. — Morning •«• Young Evening irnie Williams John Peer* of .John m mtmMtf ^ mm . m^ mmm rPrfwdf 9?0rff *

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