Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 24, 1966 · Page 14
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 14

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 24, 1966
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TOAlTMASTERS MEET At^'the last meeting of the" Toastmasters club some intereist. : ing topics were discussed, = among them politics, pheasant, huntthg, highway fatalities, arid th§ possibilities lor change in mariSgemfent of St. Ann hospital by Pirul James, Wm. Steele, Max BarthqJomew, Dr. L. L. -Shydfer and Dale 'Lockv^ood respectively. Leo |[Cas^el gave i lecture ori I'"Painters OH Partia'men- taryJProdedure arid Phil i.ucasV of Paris', France, guest ofMf. Lbckyood, gaVe a brief talk on his ifhprefssions of America. ' 'V. -. . ' • HOMEMAKERS MEET The Plum Creek Homemakers club met Nov., 11 with Maude Jergenson. assisted by Donna children of Fort D6dge. i of Mr, and , Mrs. Jerry Lewis will be their son-irirlaw aittd daughter Mr. and Mrs. W, J; Rfige of Fort Dodge. Mr, and Mrs. H, W. Stebrifi plaii to spend Thanksgiving at Adel with the latter's brother-in- JawaM sister Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Install new Trinity Lutheran pastor here . • • _ ',).,>', ^F "™ it 11' * "- • •" — Ll= ~ u ^^^£^WfftU^^^^^^^s^ss. The iftstaUaiUdn of fine Rev, Paul H. Sedtt as the n&W pastor df Trinity Lutheran ohuirah was held Sunday, at 2 p.m. IHe succeeds the RsV. 0. J. C.> Gerike Who loft July 31 td be ihtft'ttttiotf chaplain and campus pastor in Des Mc4nes. OMcMing was the Rev. Doctor Ellis Meting* Fort Dodge, of the Iowa District Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Lloyd and ity hre going to Britt to spehd Thanksgiving 'thought. Inspire-' tion was by Millie Slagle. A re* port on a receht meetin'g at Des Moines was given/by Roseanne Smith, Blanche ,*iong arid Eleanor. Gardner. /''Cprrine Gabrielson gave a 'talk- ori ;"Pride in Farm." The December meeting will be with Florence >Bleich. BRIDGE CLUB HOSTESSES Mrs/L. E. iiinnah entertained her Abridge club "Friday -afternoon. ; / Mrs. Lloyd Muckey as enter taining her bridge 'club Wednesday evening. / -..: , Mrs. Elizabeth Post will be hostess Wednesday afternoon 'to her bridge club. •'•••' Mrs. Robert William entertained her bridge club last..weeli Thursday evening. Mrs. Julian Chrischilles w.as a guest. BRIDGE WINNERS The October Brffige? Kounfl Robin resulted in the following scores: Lucille Navbichtfk - alhd Mary Bartlett, 4550; Ruth -Bay and Lois Harmes. 4300; Lillian Bauer and Matilda Hood, '4280; Haopy Nelson and Betty Schutter, 4260. : Thanksgiving day With the mo>th- fef'Mtfs. Bertha Lloyd.'The^ will be joined there by a sister of Mrs. Ber*ha Lloyd, of Detroit Lakes, Minn. Mr; and Mrs. Adrian Sterling were visited last week by their son-in-law fend daughter Mr. and Mrs';' ^Stamtley Miller, of Pubtlque, Mir. Miller went hunting a"nd also \vient to : Milford tb See'his father Milter, Mrs. Haiet Vera and Mrs. Elizabeth Post Spent Thursday at Estherville with the former's autit Mrs. Wolfc. They stopped at Buffalo Genter, : Iowa eiiroute home and, were supper guests of Mr. 'arid Mrs. Ted Veto. Ydiith Work committde in Iowa District West artd a member oi the district board of directors. Rev. Sohnte fif^t sermon to the [100-tHemb2r Trinity Lutheran shufch wilt be at 9 «a,m. Thanks' West of the Lutheran Church- Missouri Synod. Ba,9ing his sernV oh on 1 Corinthians 14, 3 Dr. Nteting stated that the three fold, task Of a true minister of God is to edify, to exhort,-.and to comfort. , ••„ . Liturgist for "the service wais the Rev. Cleo Kautsch, Whitte- moi'e, who served as Interim pastor at Trinity, The Rev. Waltr er Friedrich, assistant at Triric ity, and seven Other pastors of the Algotia" 'Circuit' participated in the rite of installation. Organist and chpiT director was Wil- b'ert Kuih rike. aritf "Mrs. Wii'tch' Taylor was director of the Children-s choruses. -•••• L '"•',! < . A .reception for Pastor and Mrs. Soihn aitd ^heir famfly wa*s held in, the fellowship hall from 3 to 5 p.m. with a> Welcoming pirogram at SiSOjund^f the direc-i Mont, where he served si ., tion. of 'Chiairmah Mitch Taylor; 1 He has also served at Pierre, So. . The Rev, Paul H. Sohn, son;'of P. .fpr^eighit/years andr-at Paul- the Rev. and Bftrs. John Sohm,!Una, Iowa, for nine yearsvbeforie was tiryrn Jiiie 5'. 191 R ( at Colum-, coimng to Algona! ,./.' bia, Penn, He attended a Luth- Rev. Sohn is chairnian of the i Rev; Paul H. 5»hn erari, high school and Cohcdrdia college at Fort Wayne, fold. He recaived his B.A. degree in"1941 and gi^adiu 2>ted with a B.P. degree 'from Concordia Seminary alt St. Louis, in 1943. v , •He was ordained,in -August, 1943, and installed at '.'Grace Luth&ran church, ' Hairiilton, HOBBY CLUB GIFTS The Hobbj^rclub has presented thstjGood Samaritan Homes, the ' Kossuth Cbiinty Home with Christmas wreaths and a pine cone Christmas tree for the Good Samaritan Homes dining rooms. -i; _. ROYAL NEIGHBORS POT LUCK The Royal Neighbor Christmas pot luck supper was held last week Monday with Mrs. Elizabeth Post, There was a pift ex- chjBnge and JGtingo was played, CHURCH GROUP MEETING Tuesday, Nov. 22 at 9 a.m. there was a meeting of the, North Central Presbvtetv at "the First Presbyterian church, State Center. • GOOD HOPE SERVICES Wednesday, Nov. 23 at 7:30 p.m. Union Thanksgiving sefvic- will be held in the \'Gon»i Ho/nip Hope Methodist church near Lone Rock, . . TP,MEET , -27., Hosts will be Mr. and Mrs, Maynaria Miller and Mrs. Lorraine Bixler. SEWING CLUB HOSTESS Mrs. Nanfey Moitrftll ;will be hostess to her sewing club NOV. 29, after the -members have had luncheon at : <ihe Johnson House. BIRTHDAY CLUB MEETING The Happy; Birthday 'club will meet Friday afternoon' with Mrs. Hazel Vera. , Mrs. Veda Doyle came from Ellsworth Monday to take her jjunt Mrs. Wjlle to be with, her sister Mrs. Delia Woodard who is seriously 'sack at Ellsworth. Joan Post came from Sioux City Thursday to spend the day with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Pick Post, Rob, Rick and Rex an4 grandmother Mrs. Elizabeth Post. She is Attending St. Joseph school of nwsing. Mr. end Mrs. Louis McEnroe had Dr. and Mrs. George Auer of Qu^nburg«s guests la$t week. Mr. and Mrs. August Sla had as dinner guests Saturday everting Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Sichenck, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Hofius and Mrs. Ethel Gardner. Mr. and Mrs. Don Prieskorn will have as Thanik^ving 1 gueste Mr. and Mjs. Joe Koll, Mrs. G«n0vieve Yoiung arid sons Joe aM Frank, jtoe KoJl and family, Mr. and MirS. OharJes Prieskoirni V«rona Prieskorn, Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Prieskorn and three grand-1 giving Day. , . The Rev. Paul Sohn married Evelyn Wagner, Hamilton, Mont* in Juwe, 1945 and they have seven children. They are Lbrfetta, now- Mrs. Briah Katt, Ssward, i, ttfi, , 6th t !tBiia; 4th, and David 2nd. • -Ate is that expanse of space between' paydays. Norway resident, votisd- ones again this yew, tnikbig hte fe^ .M voting si«^ W^ect Oscar Braden, 99-eflf-old Mal. tte Voted . - J 39 elections since 1 ones agairt iri thfe ' Perseverance* indicated a jtroftg will; obSitirianee a'Strong won't. ' f, , '", ininut intitient, Make,you WINNER FREE TURKEY Dennis Cink, W«sl«y Let's face it . . . you know you can't cover and you don't have to. Do the next best thing — bring your Gift List to HONSBRUCH DRUG. You'll be abb to save important- time and find jus't what you are looking for in our galaxie of wonderful 'holiday gifts, 'a few of which we^have lisVed below.;'. . . 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