Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 4, 1965 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 4, 1965
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(low.) AbVANCt TMUtiBAY, MARCH 4, 1f*S - - ' • --• ------ ; -'-°-"---"-•--•-•-' --•^•.-^---^. ^..^.^t-.....^. ..... ... ' •©cm WORLD DAY OF PRAYER The annual World bay of Prayer sponsored by the United Church Women of the National Council of Churches, will be observed Friday. March 5, In the First Methodist church, Algona, at 2 o'clock. The service is prepared each year in one of the 125 participating countries. Mrs Jesse McNeill of Pasadena, California, has written the service this year. She is a member of the general board of National Council of Churches and of the Baptist Convention. Loaders from the various churches are Mrs Ted Herbst, Congregational; Mrs Nat Bangs, St. Thomas Episcopal; Mrs Miles Sloniker, First Lutheran; Mrs Alwin Huenhold, Presbyterian; Mrs Raymond Vigdal, Good Hope Methodist; Mrs Roy Hutzell, First Methodist. A combined choir will sing with Mrs Janifts Dodds, soloist, "He's Got the fl 1 l I i i ni l I i i l l i l l i i i i |. Whole World in His Hands." Rev. Milo Dailey of the Episcopal church \v\\\ give the meditation on the theme "What Doth the Lord Require of Me?" taken from Micah 6:8. The 1965 offering will support Christian colleges for women in Asia and Africa; International students in the U. S.; the Christian Literature program; (he Migrant Ministry; Lay training; and American Indian work. A fellowship coffee will follow the service in the dining room. AH interested persons from any church, both men and women, are invited. LENTEN SERVICES The Methodist Youth Fellowship will hold a weekly morning prayer service and breakfast each Wednesday morning during Lent. All high school youth in the church are Invited. This custom has been fpl- ^•H^H-+*-H~H-H-H"l"l-1 I I I I |..|. i i takes needle to these Spring and Easter This spring and Easter be among the proud women who can say, "I mode H myself." Your favorite fashion fabrics are here waiting for your favorite fashion ideas. Bright Printed D«crom . Spring end E«tt«r Drttwt Docrons in bright, colorful prints . . , the perfect fabric for the loveliest of Spring and Easter dresses. 1.49-2.98 per yard Smooth t Ttitured Wools For New Cooti and Suit* Easter and Spring . . . coat and suit seoson. This year make fashionable coats and suits with our lovely wools. 3.98 • 5.98 per yard "Where Quality is a Tradition •j j i i rii i i r i i '; i TVVTT / VTVT i rf T r i i v i r i - lowed for clgM years. this year there will also be Lenten Wednesday noon services at 12 to 12:30 and 12:30 to 1 for the public. You may come in your work clothes and leave when you wish. PORMER AL60NAN WEDS Mrs Madeline (Ernest) Kearney, former Algonan, was recently married to Clifton Moul- denhauer. Mr Kearney was employed at the Funk plumbing shop some time ago and the family moved to Britt. Me died a few years ago and Mrs Kearney had a Surplus store which she still has. Mr Moldcnhaucr works in a garage at Britt. M-D MEETING DATED As the Union Mothers and Daughters club meeting for February was cancelled the next meeting will be Mar. 11 with NelHe Jcnkinson. May Schcnck and Eva Arcnd will be assisting hostesses. There will be an election of officers. Engaged Mr and Mrs Herman Becker oT Irvington announce the engagement of their daughter Jean, 16 Richard P. Farrell, son of Mr and Mrs Vernes Farrell, of Emmetsburg. Miss Becker is employed as a drivers license instructor at Sioux City and Mr Farrell is a barber. The wedding will take place May I in St. Cecelia Catholic church at Algona. ' &OTH ANNIVERSARY Mr and Mrs John Gisch attended the 60th wedding anniversary Sunday, Feb. 28, at Bancroft, of the lattcr's parents Mr and Mrs Frank Mescher. Mass was held at 10 a.m., and a family dinner was held at noon, and a reception was from 5 'til 5 o'clock. The wedding gown and wedding suit were on display and three of the wedding gifts. CHURCH CIRCLES TO MEET Circles of the Congregational church will meet Thursday afternoon as follows: Circles 1 and 3 at 1:30 with Mrs Pearl Potter. A 1:30 luncheon will be served. Circle 2 will meet with Mrs H. W. Miller at the same time and a dessert luncheon served, The evening circle will meet with Mrs Leofl Laifd. BIRTHDAYS OBSERVED Mr and Mrs Robert Harmes entertained at dinner Monday, March 1, in honor of Mrs Virgil Shackclford whose birthday is March 1, and Mrs Glenn Harms, whose birthday is March 4. Mr Harms and Mr Shackelford were also present. WSCS WOMEN MEET Women of the Methodist WS* CS will meet Thursday, March 4 for a one o'clock luncheon served by Chairmen Mrs Steve Wickliffe and Mrs Clifford Teeter. The lesson theme is "Rekindling the Inner Life Through Prayer." CARD CLUB MEETS Mr and Mrs Paul Schneider entertained their card club oh club are Mi' and Mrs Melvinalter the meeting. £ i . ,. i 4k A _ _,.« »*_'_ ££i»=^i . JL± .i ._,.«,,* ' ifa." ' ,-_-' L -_• *r ° . Kefh, Mf and Mrs Willis Ether ingtott and Mr and MM John Seuffham. D.'A, R, TOMHT The B. A. JR. will meet on March 9. Program, foreign exchange student from Brazil. Hostesses Maxine QUintard, Beth Miller, Valeria Williams, Mary Oenrich. LUTHERAN WOMEN MEET The general meeting of the First Lutheran Women was dab ed Wednesday evening, March 3, Hostesses were Mrs Harold Sundet and Mrs Don Frederick. Mrs A. B. Oakland had charge of the program. TO VISIT REST HOME The Thursday unit of the First Lutheran church, will meet at 1:10 with Mrs E. B. Carlson and Mrs Miles Slortiker as hostesses. Mrs Ollie Nasby will give the devotions; The women will Saturday evening. Others of thevisit the Good Samaritan 'home Mrs Otto Efigstrqm attd Betty Engstfofti Were hostesses to iheif sewing dub Tuesday after- .noon. Mrs John Hopkins is entertaining her bridge club Thursday evening. Mrs Leonard Maasdam entertained at dinner Feb. 14 in hon* or of her husband's birthday. 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