Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 8, 1965 · Page 3
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Bulldog Tales BY SALLY BAY Pastor named for church atFairville Fentdn -*- After 13 months, St. Luke's Lutheran church, Fairville, Will have its own fesi- cer. Four olflvs in the morning followed hv a rritiaue hv Dr. Bruder from •State tTfiiversitv. After the after- ,V.WA-.V.V.V.«.V.W.V.*.V.-.V.'.V Saturday, Jan, 30, th« one-act Grove, Algona and Webster City r>lay "Genesis" was entered at sang at the festival which was the annual nlav festival in Snen-; conducted by Mr. Matheson, -•"•• rector 6* vocal State College of son also conducted the All State Thorns which wrformed at Tha.nksgivine and has directed other conference festivals around th* state. The festival bepan with the Webster Citv and Eagle Grove Choirs .singing for Mr. Matheson. the remaining cart of the morning was snent rehearsing for the mass chorus., Following lunch the Humboldt Choir onened the afternoon after which the Algona Choir sang for Mr. Matheson. More mass chorus rehearsal was followed bv a sock hon sponsored bv the hosting Webster Citv Choir. A special installation service is scheduled for 2:30 pm. Feb. 14. lunch, Al^ona noon sp.ssinn incluHine the t>r»- sentation of two nt.her one-acts besides Alpha's "Genesis". During the afternoon critici'ie session, .several awards are piv- en to outstanding stu dents who performed during the dav. Such an honor was given senior Dave A gena. receiving a Cftrtifirat," of Mprit for Acting. Atmroximately eight such awaH<? are <?iven in- cludincf a Help" Hayes Award for exceptional —AHS— Ev«rv year som* junior h»i the uncanny exo^rience of stuck in tnp. w^te naoer in room 160. This war's Stuck in the Trnoh Can Award goes to Barb Medin. —AH On W«dnesd»v' of liwt w««»k the AW» mixfd chorus traveled The evenin? concert began at seven-thirty with Algona. Eagle Orove. Humboldt and Webster City individually performing The festival ended with the six mass chorus seipotions. —AHS— Stiutont Council sDnnsored to Webster CHv t.r> nart.icioate ' sock hon after the b'sketbal in the North Central Conference Music Festival. Ov°r 300 Vwol- ists from Humboldt, Eagle DINE WITH YOUR FRIENDS AT THE ... PINE ROOM (ALGONA HOTEL) For Your Favorite Beverage , • DINING • DANCING • COCKTAILS game Friday night. Members have inauprated a new oolicv be ginning with the second semes ter — that of oresenting a cor sage or bontonnier to facult members with a birthdav durin the school week. Boutonnier have already been given to Mr Warner and Mr Snustad. —AHS— • Future Business Leaders of America have begun plans on their annual Valentines Dance scheduled for Saturday, Feb. 13 in the Annex. Golden wedding ploye al the Corwith Coop is ALGONA (Idwa) A5VAN66—3 Bliss succeeds . .. iwucii, Eckelmah, who mu *t c *, 1 e i a call from Immanuel Lutheran Mr. Mathe- hurch Sheridan, Wyo. f Jan, 964. The Rev. Cleo Kautsch, Vhittemore, has been interim astor. The Blisses moved into the arsonage at St. Luke's Feb. 2, nd are now making A brief visit with a son in the army in Ala- >ama. I Pastor Bliss was born at i Osage, June , 28, 1898. His boy- i lood was soent on a farm near {ensett. When he was 16 his amily moved to a farm near, tfilnor, N. D., and it was here le decided to study for the min- stry. At 24 he entered Concordia rutheran Seminary,. Soringfield, a patient at the Rochester hospital. Mr. Luppes had gotten his arm in a corn shelter. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Brown were Sunday dinner guest with Mrs. Viola Brown. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Jurgensen and sons are spending the week with Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Jurgensen. The Jurgcnsons are from Npfthfteld, Minn. Dee Wilhite returned to her home from the hospital at Ro- MONDAY, FEB. I, so Mr. and Mrs. Richard Marks and family wefe dinner guests. Gene Oxley of Cedar Falls spent last week with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Oxley between semesters. Mr. and Mrs. John Oxley and Mr. and Mrs. Msfvin Meyer visited Sunday evening at the Tom Meyer's home. Craig Dawson of fowa City spent the weekend with his par chester, Minn., following surgery. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Molden hauer, Larry and Judy Kearney of Brill, Mrs. Francis Molclcn- haimrj Mrs. Manna Smith, Gertrude Thronbury and Alma a nd"fam\Ty"visiled"Sunday alter- noon at the Ben Krebs home. cnts Mr. and Mrs. Lavoy Dawson Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Geary and Pam visited Wednesday af-i , . ternoon with her father, Ed , and family spent Sunday with Mr. arid Mrs. B*e*fiafd Thauten at Adams, Minrt. Mfs. Marion Stoner of Litidefi is spending a few weeks with her brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Vern Nims. Thursday evening dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lee William in honor of Ihe birthday of Mrs. Lloyd Plel- chcr were Mr. and Mrs. Fletcher of near Kanawha, Mike William of Mason City, Mr. and Mrs. Lou Hoover of Burl, Steve Oxley, Mr. and Mrs. William Erdman and Mr. and Mrs. Oral McCul- and M rs. Bernard Spang- MR. AND MRS. Walter Will, Sibley, former Algonans, will have their golden wedding Sunday, Feb. 14, with an open house from 2 to 4 o'clock in the afternoon, in the social hall of Trinity Lutheran church, Sibley. They were married Fob. 16, 1915, at the home of the bride's parents al LuVerne. They have seven children, three sons and four daughters. Mr Will was employed by the late N. C. Rico as a projectionist in the Algona theaters for 26 years. No special invitations are being Sent and no gifts requested. Need Printing? Call the ADVANCE! NOTICE 111. He soent his vear of vicarage as a school teacher at Huntington, Ind.,, and graduated from the seminary in 1928. Rev. Bliss began his ministry at the predominately Negro Holv Trinitv Lutheran church, Springfield, 111. Other pastorates were at Osman, 111.: Concordia, Soring- field, 111.: Lohman and Bunceton in Missouri: Immanuel near Gresham. and St. Peter's. Davenport, Neb.: and St. John's Luth erah church of Climbing Hill. Mrs. Bliss is the former Edith Schultz. Stirum. N. D. They were married in 1928, and have three sons and three daughters. Ruth (Mrs. Don Werner), Omaha Paul, Phoenix. Ariz.; Kenneth Eugene. Ore.: Phyllis (Mrs. Don Sasse), Mayville, Wis.: and her twin sister Grace, (Mrs. Wm Leiden), Milwaukee, and David in Alabama. There are seven grandchildren. The installation service at St Luke's Lutheran church. Fair ville, will be conducted by the Rev. Cleo Kautsch, pastor of St Paul's Lutheran church. Whitte more, and counselor of the Al gona Circuit. He will be assisted by other Missouri Synod Luther an pastors of the Algona Circuit A reception will be held in the church parlors. Seneca rites Feb. 3 for Mrs. Jens Peterson Seneca — Funeral services were held at the Blakjer Luth- Methodist church at Algona. Mrs. Everett Witham was a liosless at the dinner served for Ihe family the day of the funeral at Ihe Good Hope church by j Ihe Mother and Daughter's club. eran church, Feb. Jens Peterson, 89, 3 for Mrs. Sioux City, who died Jan. 30 at the home of her son, Mervin, following a weeks illness. Louise Jensen Petersen. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Jensen, earlv Sonera nioneei was born Oct. 25, 1875 in Seneca Townshio. She married Jens Peters'en June 26. 1912 and lived in the Cedar Falls, areas before and Beloit. Wis moving to Sioux Falls. She was preceded in death by her husband who nnss^ away in Beloit in Oct., 1949, al so one daughter. Survivors include her son Mervin, of Sionx Citv and a son Dennis of Rochester. New York Kossuth Mutual Insurance Assn. Wednesday-Feb. 10, 10 a.m. ASSEMBLY ROOM - COURT HOUSE 1\EN I tK4W p *- 11 •*$!** '••;• '.(.. Warren Jones, 'band director for Sentral, will send 61 solo entries and six ensembles to the grade school invitational band festival in Mason Citv Feb. 13. They are from grades 5, 6, 7 and 8. Many will be competing for ratings for the first time. The youngsters compete at many different sites in Mason Citv. Sentral has been assigned to churches in recent years, and grade school and other public buildings : are also used. Sentral entrants will be accompanied to Mason City bv Mr. Jones, LeRoy Bras, and their accompanists, Mrs. Clayton Ditsworth, Mrs. Warren Jones, and Mary Lou Larson. I They plan to travel in two busses.'This year over 2,000 entries are expected. BANQUET IS DATED The annual Father-Son banquet to be held in the Fenton Corwith Mrs. Henry Maw Sundav not luck dinner guests at the Albert Johnson home were, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Johnson of FarrthamvMle. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Wade of Havelock. Mrs. Almeda Lintran and Oeo- Heise and William Moldcnhaucr were Sunday guesls with Mrs. Marie Moldenhaucr and Clinlon. Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Geary and family were Sunday dinner guests at the home of her sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. Russel Hansen near Kanawha. Mr. and Mrs. Lee William and Mr. and Mrs. Warren Mclntirc attended Ihe wedding of Gary Ludwig and Joan Becker at St. Cecelia's church in Algona Saturday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Cockrell moved inlo the house of Mrs. Eva Yeoman. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kraft of Renwick visited Thursday eve ning at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Yeoman. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Fish attended the Grain Dealers con vention in Des Moines Sunday to Wednesday, enroute they visitec with Victor Applegate at Amei and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Santse at Perry. Linda Erdman, who attends Iowa State college at Ames spen the weekend with her parents Mr. and Mrs. William Erdman Skip and Carol Fish of Des Moines spent the weekend with their parents Mr. and Mrs. Albert Fish. Frank Adreon was a patient a ew days at the Hancock Co. Memorial hospital at Britt. rge Cook of Orove. Mrs. Tavern Bo<=worth and Marvin of Rpnwick. Mrs. and familv of Perin . and Mr. and Mrs. Dale Johnson and ?irls. Th° was in ho^nr of Mrs. Marvin Johnson and Na- Of"' Mr and Mrs. Dannv the ho"ie of Mr Tharles Brown and f-tt.v. in honor DONE BY EXPERTS GM AUTO PARTS Methodist church Friday, Feb. 2, will feature as speaker Robrt (Red) Norris, Spencer. Mr, Morris is a singer-comedian, a member of a nationally known uartet. The Nubbins. He was t one time a coach in the Fenon school system. The theme of CERTIFIED AND SCHOOL TRAINED TECHNICIANS . . , PLUS GENUINE You always are assured of top-trained mechanics and guaranteed GM auto parts when you bring your gar to the Kossuth Motor Co. Our Mechan' ics and partsmen have been factory trained to give you the best possible work always. Whether you need a brake-re-Uning, motor overhaul, wheel alignment, body work or just a grease job, the job will be done right here. fUTH MOTORS also a sister. Mrs. P. H. of Fenton and a brother. J. M Jensen of Princeton, Minn. Six grandchildren and two great grandchildren also survive. •,The Rev, Stanley .Hansen, lo j cal castor, had charge of the service with interment in the local cemeterv. Mrs. Otto Wilberg was the soloist and caskethearers were neohews. Everett Jensen of Lake Citv, Virpil Jensen and Maynard Jensen of Swea City. Calvin Jensen and Loren/.o Helerason of Armstrong and Dr. Perry Jensen of George, Iowa. Mrs. Leona Osborn and Shirley were Tuesdav visitors and overnight guests • at the home of their daughter and sister, Mrs. Morgan Tennyson. Truman. Shirley Osborn returned homp Monday after haying comnletecl a course on Business Machines at the Mankato Business College, Mankato. She has accented a position at Railway Motors Fairmont, Minn, Mrs. David Looft and children are spending a week at the home of her parents, the Glen Hoppes, Truman. She is recuper ating from recent sureerv. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Witham and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer With am attended funeral.services fo Mrs. Henry Schultz, Whittemore hirthdav pnd Mrs. of cmest« he banquet will be the life of Abraham Lincoln. Tickets are or sale at $1.25 each, and can ye purchased from Mrs. Arlo Rannev, Mrs. Ralph Weisbrod, or Mrs. Merle Voigt. NEW OFFICER Mrs. Olaf Norland was elected vice president of St. John's Lutheran Aid Feb. 3, The vacancy was created when the elected president resigned last month and the vice president, Mrs, El< don Hantelman, was given the presidency. Tiiey voted not to have a gift exchange at the Christmas party this year, but to donate the money otherwise used for gifts to a charity. The charity will be chosen later in the year. Devotions and the top ic were led by Pastor Spicer. Pining room hostesses were Mrs. Donald Hanmnger and Mrs. Glen Flint. Hostesses were Mrs. William Hantelman, Mrs. Larry Gade, and Mrs. Franklin God win, Jr. Thursday afternoon at the Firs Ann Lein and Todd were Sunday dinner guests at the Gary Schiclitl home at Britt. ANNIVERSARY — Mr and Mrs Henry Ticman, former residents of Fenton and now residing in Burl, celebrated their 64th wedding anniversary .Ian. Mr. and Mrs. George Gucnther 20th. NOTI THE SECURITY STATE BANK AND and Mrs. family in of the 1st Rrnwn. Mr. pn hark of Futile Mr. anH Mrc nd fprnilv of F.ldora and of Fort DpHcrp dinner guests at the Oral hom« Mr. and Mrs. William nd John T?ohcoHc lome on Rundav- after ;wo wepVs at Trnt.h or Conse- qiipnce. N»w Mexico Marv Will of T^ps Moines snent e wepk^id with h«r narents. r and Mrs Fmd Will. Mr. an^ Mrs. F«rl Chambers are snpnding a fpw weeks at Worth. Florida. Donna Miller of AlPona was a "•Saturday dinner fmest with Marv Will at the Fred Will's. Mr. and Mrs. Perrie DeGroote Mr. and Mrs. Erdman took her back Sunday afternoon am spent the night with Mr. ant Mrs. James Murray. Vern Nims, returned to hi; home from the Hancock Memor ial hospital, Britt, followin treatment and observation. Mr. and Mrs. George Yeoman Britt; Mr. and Mrs. Dale Yeoman and daughter and Mr. and M^s. Ben Widen were Tuesday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mitchell in honor of the birthday of' Julie Mitchell. Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Marks were Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Burgs and family of Carroll. Mr. Burg is employed as Station engineering of Fort Dodge, and was transferred the first of the year from Illinois to Carroll. Al- THE IOWA STATE BANK WILL BOTH BE CLOSED FRIDAY, FEB. 12 FOR LINCOLN'S BIRTHDAY Legal Holiday I returned home after two wppks with Mr and Mrs, Ezra Tehtwn near Minneapolis. Ronald Puffer of Cedar Falls spent last week between semesters with his narents, Mr. and Mrs. John Puffer. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Fish visited Fridav at the Gerald Richardson's at Britt. Brett Fish who has spent the past month there returned home with them. -Dannv Brown spent the weekend with Gary Hoveland at the Orville Rowland home near Ka nawha. Kenny Luppes, a former em Specials Good Monday -Tuesday -Wednesday • MAXWELL HOUSE Coffee 3n><an Beet Sugar 10«» 99c With $5 Order 1.69 Big Bologna AdSts of the Algona .Zone There are 12 ehyrcfees m the Si The LVA ^t with Rev Spice? Feb. 3 at St. JohnXLuth Sin church, Fenton. The group is organised for yowag *4utts 18 and older. Devotions were led COMPLETE NEWS COVERAGE THIRTY MINUTES OF COMPLETE NEWS ON THE SIGN-OFF NEWS MONDAY - SATURDAY 5:15 - S-,46 1:1 S - Sports Picture 5:25 - Local 1 Ana Now$ 5:30 - World ( Nation*! Mows ft Markits 6:40 - Krick or Cotto Salami 29c Britt Bologna or Renwick Cheese 49c ON KLGA AUGONA, IOWA LARGE, WHITE Grapefruit 10 f«39c 1.49 REP Potatoes 2Qib Ron & Jack's Food Store - OP!N EVIRY NITE 'Tit 8=30 P.M.-SUNDAYS FHQM 8:30 TO NOON -

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