Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 4, 1965 · Page 6
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 6

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 4, 1965
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{!6w<0 ADVANCe tHUR§6AY, MAfcCH 4, 1965 Reception to honor Titonka man March 15 A. Clarke Millet Jr.. Grand Steward of the Masonic Grand tiodge of Iowa, who farms near lltonka, \vill be given a reception by officers and members of Kossuth Lodge No. 540 AF&AM at Burl Monday. March 15, at €:15 p.m. with a banquet at the Methodist church in Burl. The Eastern Star will serve. At the Burl school gym Moji Woody. Grand Master of Mft- sons in Iowa, and the Other Grand Lodge officers will be officially received with a special tribute to Mr Miller. Mr Miller was initiated into Kossuth Lodge in March, 1950. Two years after he became a member he was appointed to serve as Jr. Deacon. He has served as Sr. Deacon, Jr. Warden and Sr. Warden, Worshipful Master and secretary. He is also a member of the Des Moines Consistory and the Abu Bekr Shrine of Sioux City. •All Master Masons in the area are invited to the reception Tes- tivities. Reservations are required for the banquet and may be obtained by contacting O. H. Graham, Burt, not later than March 8. Grand Lodge Officers expected to be present include Hoyt Woody, Grand Master, Reasnor; Charles Howard, Sr. Grand Warden, Sioux City; Herbert Espen- <* 1 Branch; Albert Wharton, Grand treasurer, Dubuque; Ralph Whipple, 'Grand Secretary, Cedar Rapids; La Verne Clary, Dcp- i uty, Grand Master, Waverly; Donald Wooge, Grand Chaplain.; Carson; Carl Nelson, Grand Mar- cossary materials for the Instruction will be included. this program is scheduled to' begin March 22, at 7:30. this session will be classroom work end will be conducted in the high school building. Class instruction will be presented on 10 consecutive Monday evenings Unless otherwise arranged. It will be necessary to have at least 20 in order for the program to be conducted. Anyone not attending a high school is eligible. Enrollment maximum will be 30. If sufficient enrollment does not develop by March 22, people who have expressed an interest will be notified by mail or telephone. It is desired to have enrollment made previous to the March 22nd beginning date, but MRg W|LLIAM MarkoVetz, he tu lion may be paid at the «. • ' L first meeting. Enrollment or Algona, announces the approach- questions may be directed to ing marriage of her daughter, Frank Urusie or to Elgin Allen, Carol Ann, to Michael E. Dixon, high school principal, at. Algo- son of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Dixon • - •• of Bancroft. Miss Markovetz is employed as a medical secretary at Mercy hospital in Des Moines Mr. Dixon is with the U. 'S Armed Forces at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo. An April 4th wedding Is being planned. Engi na 295-3518, or writing to Frank Brusic, Algona liigh school. Truck tips over North of Bancroft A 37-year old Algona driver for the Sunray DX Oil Co. of . Waterloo escaped injury Monday Grand Deacon, Wayland; L. F.'when he jackknifed his semi- shal, Council Champion, Sr. Bluffs; Doyle- Grand Deacon, Ankeny; James Troutman, Jr. Shipley, Sr. Grand Steward, •Tlte; and Merl Beaver, Grand Tyler, Cedar. Youth group has services at Lone Rock Lone Rock — The Senior high Sunday school class of the Presbyterian church conducted the evening services Sunday to a capacity crowd, Janet Hammerstrom gave the Call to Worship, Michael Lee gave a reading, Molly Blanchard gave a prayer, Judy Kraft sang a solo, Joel Priebe led responsive reading, Rodney Jensen gave a .reading, Linda Knoll gave the offertory prayer. A song was sung by Susan Blanchard, Jill Blanchard, Mary Madison, Janell Newbrough, and Carol Jones, Scripture reading was by Allan Marlow. Sermonettes were given; by Rachel Hurlburt, Judy Hammerstrom and Gary Rath. Pastor Benjamin Meyer, Minneapolis, told of teen-age experiences in ' the city.-Pastor Pruel gave the benediction. Cookies' and. coffee and kool aid were served -afterwards by the evening circle, AT COUNTY HOME , A group of church women went to the county home Tuesday and conducted a devotional program, Going were Mrs. Mil-; , ton Madison, Mrs. Harlan Blanchard, Mrs. LeRoy Bras, Mrs. Eldon Marlow, Mrs. Clair Bellinger, Mrs. Robert Marlow and Rose Kraft. GRADE PROGRAM A program, Songs of the Cowboy, is scheduled for March 5 at the grade school here. It will be given by the 6th grades and kindergarten and is conducted by the music instructor LeRoy Bras. in Illinois and Wisconsin. They also visited in Chicago. The Wallace McArthurs were Sunday guests of the Carl Browns, Algona. The Joe Voll- mars were Sunday evening guests of the McArthurs. The Woodrow Pettits and John Persons were Sunday guests at Harlan Blanchard's. The Harlan Blanchards attended an all day school of instruction for Eastern Star officers, Thursday,, at Burt. Mrs. Clara Shllts, Algona, was instructor. The L. Newbroughs were initiated as new members Thursday. Dawn .Schultz, Minneapolis, spent, the weekend with her grandparents, the Frederick Schullzes, NEW SECRETARY Mrs. Roger Long has been hired as the superintendent's secretary for the remainder of the school year. She will replace Mrs. Jerry Breese who recently resigned. Mary Hurlburt, Minneapolis, spent the weekend here with relatives. Gordon Blanchard, Mason gity, spent Thursday and Friday visiting his ' mother, Mrs. Maude Blanchard. ' • The general meeting of the U.P.W. of the Presbyterian church will be Thursday in the church parlors. The topic will be Evangelism — Every Christian's Concern. Hostesses will be Mrs. Roger Jensen, Mrs. Robert Fortney, Mrs, Ed Blanchard arid Mrs. Art Priebe. The jFrank Flaigs visited her brother, Jim Ackerman, Monday, a' patient in the Britt hospital laving''had surgery on a knee md also a hernia. The Dean Jergensons, Algona, visited her parents, the Frank Flaigs,'Sunday. The Robert Beers, St. Louis, Mo., have a 7 Ib, girl, Jodi Sue, born Feb. 16, Maternal grandparents are the Marvin Kuecks and paternal grandparents, are Mrs. Ethel Beer and the late Mr. Beer, Corwith. Great grandparents are the S, M. Orvicks, Ledyard, and Henry Kueck, Algona. The Lotts Creek Aid met Feb. 12 with Rev. Vehling having scripture and prayer. Mrs. Raymond Laabs gave the mission topic and prayer. Lotts Creek Aid will be host for UW.M.L. Rally in April. Mrs. Gerald Ra- truck north of Bancroft on highway 169 to avoid hitting a stalled car along the highway. He is Eugene E. Bramlcy. He was traveling south about two miles south of the intersection of highways 9 and 169 north of Bancroft about 1:30 p.m. when he came upon a stalled car on the highway. He swerved his truck to avoid hitting it and the machine jackknifed across the highway and into the ditch. Damage to the truck was about $600. A car driven by Jerry Lee Peterson, 22 of Whittemore, struck the rear of another car about 2 p.m. Monday, one-quarter mile west of Hobarton on the blacktop road with about $75 damage to the Peterson machine. A car in front of him had slowed down and he was unable to stop in time. The driver of the car in front did not stop. .Patrolman Tom Cogdall checked an accident at"the"'e'ftt^ncy to Weidenhoff's about 1:15 p.m. Monday. A 1964 car driven by Loyce Joyce Dreyer, Dreyer. Fenton, Fenton, stalled stalled just as it pulled onto highway 18 from the Weidenhoff drive and was struck by a westbound car driven by Ray H. Berkland, Mason City. There was about $200 damage to the Berkland car and $160 estimated damage to the Dreyer machine, according to Cogdall, v -'..•' Two cars Collided on South Meyer turned from the inside lane into the side of a car driven by Richard L. Sand, Abingdon, 111'. Mr Meyer was trying to turn into Schultz Bros, filling station and did not see the other vehicle. Damage to the two cars was estimated at $425. Charges were filed against Meyer for failure to change lanes safely. Ex-Algonans lose son, 18, at Waukon Kenneth Paul Richardson, 18, son of Rev. and Mrs Ray M. Richardson, Waukon, died at SI. Mary's hospital in Rochester. Minn. Sunday, Feb. 28. I Funeral services were held on Tuesday at the First Baptist church in Waukon with Pastor St. Lawrence, Stewartville, Minn, officiating. Burial will be in Memorial Gardens, Algona, as :oon as weather permits. His body is now in Nelson funeral home, Cedar Falls, where his uncle, Robert Richardson, is associated. _ . j j Ke'tfrietTi'Paul' Richardson. "wasC- born Aug. 15, 1946 in Algona, j the son of Ray and Virginia Spear Richardson. He was a student at Pillsbury college in Owatonna, Minn., when he was rushed to the hospital in Rochester, with a hemorrhage on Feb. 1J9.; A tracheotomy was performed and then pneumonia set in. ' I Besides his parents he is survived by seven brothers and sisters: Mary, Ginny, Stephen, Sha-' ron, Mark, Marcia, and Danny. . He was a nephew of Mrs Rob- Phillips street Sunday afternoon | ert Black and a grandson of Mrs, when one driven by Alvin II. Roy Richardson. MFS. A. A. Krueger and Mrs, Robert Fortney attended an in formal meeting of Mariners clubs from many area churches Sunday at the Presbyterian church in Algona. The Kenneth Joneses moved into their new home Saturday which was built just west of the Presbyterian church. Pastor Benjamin Meyer and family, Minneapolis, were guests at his parents, the Dick Meyers, Algona, Sunday and Monday and were guests at the Presbyterian church. The Donald Radigs returned Tuesday from Southgate, Calif., where they attended the wedding of their daughter, Marlys, Feb. 20, to Norman Usher at the Redeemer Lutheran church to Southgate. This was the 27th wedding anniversary of her parents. The Radigs visited other relatives in Sacramento, Los Angeles and Whittier, Calif. Mrs. Emma Radig, Fenton, and the Dr. Henricksons, Armstrong, were Friday guests at Ponalc Radig's and Wednesday guests there were Mrs. Radig's parents the John SchaUins, Fenton. dig and Mrs. Noah Reisner were hostesses, Adult driver education to be given here The Algona Community school is offering an adult instruction program in driver education, instruction is to be under the direction of Fritz Nielsen, a qualified instructor and the safety coordinator for the school. This driver education instruction will be similar to that offered) high school students and the same textbook will be used for the classroom work. Course instruction will include 20 hours of classroom presentation an4 6 hours behind-the- wheel for each student. Classroom instruction will be conducted Monday evenings. from 7:30 to 9:30 for 10 weeks. Behind-the-wheel instruction will be after 4 p.m. during school 4ays or Saturdays. A car for behind-the-wheel instruction will Mrs. Wallace BicArthur and her sister, Vivian Dijtton, Bart returned recently from 10 days be provided- The tuition charge will b $30 per person. All of the ne-j | TOPICS FOR THE LENTEN SEASON -1965 1. March 3. Ephesinns 2^'lrjy;.-v: ^^ The Need for Atonement. 2. March 5. Lutheran Day of Prayer, 2 p.m. 3. March 10. Romans 5, 6-8 The Way of Atonement. 4. March 17. Herb. 2, 14 - 18. The Price of Atonement. 5. March 24. 2 Cor. 5, 18 • 20. The Story of Atonement, 6. March 31. 2 Cor. 5, 14 • 17, The Fruits of Atonement. 7. April 7. Horn. 8, 32 . 39, The Fullness of Atonement, ALL SERVICES, WEDNESDAY, 7:30 P.M. 8. April 15, Maundy Thursday, 7;30 p.m, Holy Communion, Luke 22, 19 - 20. "This Do In Remembrance of Me!" 9. April 16, Good Friday, THE ORE, 12 - 3 p,m, — Seven Words of Jesus, 10. April 16, Good Friday. 7;30 p,m, — Holy Communion, John 19, 28-30; "It is Finished!" 11. April 18. Easter Sunday — 5 a,m, — Jonah 1, 17 — "Three Days and Three Nights." 8 a,m, — Matt. 12, 39 • 40. ''Sign of the Prophet Jonah," 10:30 a,m. — Revelation 5, 9 . 14, "Worthy Is The Lamb," Wi WELCOME YOU TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCH Elm & Garfield AL6QNA, IOWA IDEAL FOR YOUR LENTEN MENUS SINGLETON BREADED Shrimp BREADED Haddock Steaks Each BUEADED FISH STICKS IVt Lb, Bex 89 c 1-lb. box 69< COLBY Pound | FLEISHMAN'S Pound Longhom Cheese 49c I Corn Oil Oleo 35 WILSON CERTIFIED • H A A'i| Smoked HAM SHANK PORTION C BUTT Ib PORTION C WHOLE |b HAM 45 C Ib U. S. D. A. CHOICE Pound I WILSON'S CERTIFIED CANNED REEF ROAST 39cjf Icjiic 3lb0n^i:49 Extra Lean Ground Beef J.S.D.A. CHOICE BEEF QUARTERS 49^ 39 Ib HALF C Ib VAN CAMP GRATED .MACARONI CREAMETTES OR JUNIORETTES Your Choice — Pkg. 10 Velveeta Ib. box DUNCAN MINES Cake Mixes All except Angel Food 4 for ' j WISHBONE ITALIAN 8 Oi. Bottle 33c HER&HEY'S CHOCOLATE 16 Oz. Can 2 for 39c PAGE —2-PLY — 200—Two In Package Paper Towels 29 GOOD VALUE 32 Oz, Jar Salad Dressing 33c WELCH'S. 32 Oi. Can Welchade 3 for 89 LIQUID DETERGENT DEB 22 Oz. Plastic Ir CURTIS 1 Lb. Sack Marshmallows 25c FOLGER'S Coffee 2 Ib tin 39 CANDY BRIDGE MIX;. CHOCOLATE PEANUTS, CHOC. CLUSTERS CHOC. STARS or MALTED MILK BALLS Your Choice — \ Lb. Sacks FLAVORITE FLAVORITE Ice Cream All Flavors HALF GAL, 49 , 12 Oz, Carton 19 FLAVORITE FROZEN RED RASPBERRIES >'.'.• .'OR- '••-.•• . STRAWBERRY HALVES FLAVORITE FLOUR Milled by Gold Medal C & H BROWN or POWDERED SUGAR 1 Lb. Box FLAVORITE FROZEN Chicken, Turkey, Beef or Tuna 6to1 LETTUCE LARGE SOLID HEADS FLAVORITE FROZEN Grape Juice 6 Ox. Concentrate 6 for 1 2 for 29< RUBY RED TEXAS Grapefruit CALIFORNIA LARGE 113 SIZE CARROTS ORANGES 00149 SUPER VAUI PRICES GOOD THURSDAY, f *!PAY, SATURDAY, MONDAY

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