Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 15, 1965 · Page 9
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M»+»»*»»» Alsona ONIETA DIBRlKStN | Phone 29M60S Mr. and Mft. ft. W, Anderson Couples included were: Mr. and plan to drive to Glenwopd- Saturday and remain till Monday for an Easter weekend visit with Mr. and Mrs. Roger Phillips, formerly of Algona.-'••"• • ' A Union Services for participating Protestant churches will be held this year on Good' Friday at First Lutheran church. It will run from 12 noon to 3; o'clock with breaks at which worshippers may come and go. 'Mr, and Mrs. Gilbert Hargreaves entertained their . dinner club at a pot luck Sunday evening, March 25, at their new -home in Irvington township. Mrs. Bernard Capesius, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Divis, Mr. and Mrs. Dick McGinnis, the Henry Eisen- barths, the Ed Kains, Carl Browns, and Clarence Siemers, who spent the evening at 500. Mr. and Mrs, George Allen recently" bought from the Harris estate the former Harry Harris house on south Minnesota into which they will move late this month. Charles Sheakleys, who have been living there bought the former Doctor Sawyer house from Paul Owens and Owens, in turn, purchased the Robert Knudsen home at 526 S. Harriet. The Knudsens will move to S. Colby into a house they bought some time ago and have been remodeling. All of the mo> ing will be done before May 1. (lev, N, M. Ceughenour drove to Des Mdines today and is to be guest speaker this everting at the Des Moines Chapter Rose Croix Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite. In his absence, the District Superintendent, Dr. Ralph Kittermah, of Soencer, will conduct the annual Maundy evening Communion Service at the local Methodist church. Music concert LuVerne Evangelical United Brethren As abbel as UKADLEY ADVERTISING. l« ... is the feeling you'll enjoy when you drive a new car. Choose the make and model you want, then see us for the financing that will make it yours . . . one of our Auto Loans at low,' low bank rates. The Security State Bank 1. E. State Street 5-2487 Office in LuVerne Four local men went to Dos Moines Saturday to attend their fourth and last class in Consistory membership. Thev are. Claude Ruark, Alfjona; Everett Steven. Sexton: Ray Cunningham, Doan, and Allen Blake, L'.i- Verne. They were accompanied by their wives. OthersWho drove to Des Moines for the event were: the J. B. Asas. John Loves, Leon Lairds, and Les' Kenyons. Following dinner the wives Wvire entertained, and most of them drove home following the meeting. Mrs. (Catherine Krause returned home a week ago today from Franksville, Wis., where she has been caring for her mother, Mrs. Arthur Hansen, Sr., during the past month. It was Mrs. Hansen's illness and subsequent surgery which called Mrs. Krause back from her annual winter stay in California. Mrs. Inez Wolf* returned early last week from Savonburg, Kans. where she had been for Rev, Ralph S. tlindmnn LuVerne Youth Fellowship Service 5:45 a.m. Church School 10 a.m. Morning Worship 11 a.m. at ice is here at ten o'clock April 16. The Rev. Mr. Carroll Usher of Shell Rock will preach. This is a service of Holy Communion. Zion Lutheran Church Rev. R. T. Mueller LuVerne Maundy Thursday Holy Com- nine weeks. had.surgery be with the A brother there arid she went to two sisters, then MEMBERS OF the Algona Bel Canto music club and members of a selected men's group are shown looking over musical numbers to be presented during a "Spring Musicale" on Wednesday, May 5 at the Algona high school. Shown from left to right are Mrs. Rex Taylor, accompanist; Mr. Willard Snustad, soloist; Mr. Kirk Hayes, soloist; and Mrs. Newton Coughenour, director. weather permits. This is a union service with the youth of the Methodist churches of LuVerne and Livermore and Livermora Presbyterian church. An Easter i breakfast will follow this servici;. I All high school and jr. high stu- i dents are included. The committee planning for Daily Vacation church school will meet at the Methodist church on Wednesday morning at ten o'clock. ' The Christianaires Class will meet at the Parsonage Thursday evening, April 15. Please bring white elenhant. DRV it,ioiv; ;m> by Don and Donna Marty. EnU?r- ainment is by Darlcnc and Olio Lawson. The Union Good Friday Surv- with KL 6 A news NEWSCASTS HEARD DAILY ! 6:30 - 6:45 A:M. 7:00 • 7:15 A.M. 8:00 -8:15 A.M. 5:30 - 6:00 A.M. KEEP TUNED TO 1600 KLGA NEWS IS TOPS remained longer than she had planned due to Iowa weather. The brother is now doing well. Enroute back she stopped at Fairfield with the son-in-law and daughter the Lester Prewitts, then came home by bus which was the last one through on 169 from Humboldt before bus service was discontinued for a short time due to high water. Mrs. Mildred Fraser was visited on Sunday by her brother, Arthur Spear, of Sherburn, I Minn., the latter's son Ralph ! with his wife and youngest son I who live at Ananadale, Minn. Mrs. Elmer Potter, sister-in-law of Mrs. Fraser and the elder Mr. Spear was also a Sunday dinner j guest. Mrs. A. D. Lehman who now lives with her son-in-law and daughter, the Don Wests, in 'Des Moines, broke two small bones in a foot several weeks ago and now has it in a walking cast. Mrs. Inez Wolfe spent weekend before last with her enroute back from Kansas and found her getting around very well. Mesdames Fred Bartholomew, E. W. Lusby, and L. C. Hanson arrived home this mid-week from California where they have spent the past two months. Mrs. Bartholomew visited her sister- in-law, Mrs. Bert Bartholomew, at Corona del Mar and with other friends and relatives in; over the Easter weekend the Los Angeles area. Mrs. Lus-ihis son Calvin's.family, by visited her daughter, Mar-' guerite Dalziel, at the same place, and Mrs. Hanson was-with her son, Watson March and family, in Van Nuys, also with-a niece who lives in Leisure World, a place she enjoyed very much. Robert, son of Mr. and Mrs, Eugene Hutchins, is haying \ a novel and interesting Spring vacation. He is a student at Heidelberg University in Germany, studying Languages. They vacation during March and April, so Robbie went to Rome by motor scooter and is earning his way while there. He began by selling Language Helps to tourists, then took on the Americana Encyclopedia printed in English which he is selling to members of the Diplomatic Corps and: has met many interesting people, among them an Ambassador from Indonesia with whom, he discussed international problems. He has seen Pope Paul and heard him celebrate the Mass in Italian for the first time. Rob likes Rome very much, says the climate there is delightful. with Good Friday service at 10 a.m. Walther League Caroling on Good Friday from 1:30 p.m. on. Church School on Good Friday from 5 to 7 p.m. Sunday school and Bible Class al 9:00 on April 18. Festival Easter service at 10. The Adult and Church School choirs will sing al this service Private Holy Communions on Tuesday, April 20. Come and worship with us! First Baptist Muck Carlson, Pastor Algona Thursday, April 15 7:30 p.m. — There will be communion service at the ALGONA (Iowa) ADVANCE-3 f HimSBAY, AfrftIL t :hurch. Sunday, April 18 9:30 a.m. — Sunday School. 10:45 a.m. — Morning Wor- hin. 6:30 p.m. — Cherubs. 6:30 p.m. — Jet Cadets. 6:30 p.m. — Jr. Hi. and Sr. Young People. 7:30 p.m. — Evening Service. There will be a baptismal service this evening. You are welcome to worship and serve with us at the First Baptist church. St. Thomas Episcopal Itcv. Mllo t)!illcy Algona Th'Jrsdsy, April 15 Mooting of Altar Guild for Easter Sunday preparations. Sunday, April 18 6:30 a.m. — St. Thomas young proun will bo lunt for the sunrise hrnakfast at the Congregational church center. i ) a.m. — Easier Sunday communion and church services. Divid Hutchins, who in June, will receive his Masters degree in Guidance and Counseling at the State University of Iowa, is in Minneapolis this week attending a national meeting of High school and College Counselors being held at the Leamington Hotel with several thousand visitors. He is the oldest of the three sons of Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Hutchins. J. J. Wadleigh went to Des Moines Tuesday by bus, remained there overnight at the Inme of his daughter, Mrs. John Phillips, then flew to St. Louis on Wednesday and will remain OUT OF TK« ORDINARY AND INTO AN Two churcles here take in new members Adults received, into membership of the First Methodist church on Sunday morning were: Mr. and Mrs. Earl. Par sons, Mrs. Harold Peterson, Miss Theo Logan, James Daniels and Richard Godfredson. Then the minister, Rev. N. M, Coughen our, presented the Youth Class which, having completing his course of instruction, were admitted to membership. There were 18 of them: Edward Bennett, Linda Bonnett, Randy Burris, Thomas Ellefson, Janice Farrow, Verlyn Haahr, John Hedlund, Duane Hunt, Jenilee Hutchison, Rebecca Mino, Sandra Nagel. Jeanne Patterson, Mark Peter..", Dennis Peterson, Richard Peterson, Jerome Simp- sin, Kathy Taylor, and Gerald Whittemore. Sunday afternoon a service for Baptism )f and children was held and the following were baptised: Amy -Elizabeth, daughter of the James Andreasons; Marty Lyn, son of the Loren Bishops; Carolyn Kay, daughter of the Hugh Blacks; Brenda Kay, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Daniels; Gary Eugene, son of the Roger Ellefsons; Julie Ann, daughter of the Clinton God- dens; Connie Jo, daughter of the Arthur Groens; Kathleen Kay and Kristen Lynne, daughters of the Donald D. Jorgen- sons ;Cynthia Sue, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Donald Minard; and Julie Ann, daughter of the Glenn Smiths. Slip Into this beautifully detailed Air Step with its slim, trim toe, yet with plenty of wiggle room. An underlay of frosted calf adds dash to a pump that's as comfortable as it is chic. • BLACK PATENT • RED PATENT • BLUE PATENT BONE PATENT ALL SIZES ALL WIDTHS ALL HEEL HEIGHTS special infants PRESBYTERIAN Recent new members received by the Session into the Presbyterian church by letter from other churches were: Mr. and Mrs, Phil Anderson, Mr. and Vfrs, Garry Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Gettman, Roger Hiemstra, Carol Markovetz, Mrs. Walter Morz, Kathie Morz, Mrs. Bertha Rippentrop, Mr. and Mrs. James Telecky. A Communicant class of young people received into membership included: Carol Allen, David Bilyeu, Susan Ann Bullock, William Burt, William Carlson, Michael French, Janet Furst, David Hix, Julie Hungate, Barbara Jergenson, Walter Karl Morz, David Riley, Edith Ruark, David Sabin, Katherine Skow, Marilyn Yungeberg. WORK ON BADGES DM girls in Scout troop 348 have been working on knitting, gypsy and dramatics badges. Each girl will knit four six inch squares to be put together for an afghan for the Good Samaritan Home. Last fall they hiked around Call state park for credit on the gypsy badge, and are preparing a play for the dramatics badge. For Valentine's day they made 50 nut cups for the rest home. Troop scribe is Jeri Nielsen. Easter hat specials at S&L ALGONA 4.99 • Rising new shapes such as the bubble crowns shown above make you the loveliest lady in the Easter Parade. Variety of styles. Easter hat & bag set 1.99 A pretty way for little girls to be, matching hat and bag sets of straw and dainty (acts MM FINAL DAYS of BJUSTROM FURNITURE SALE MANY BAROAIHS STILL RENAININO IN BEDROOM, DININO ROOM, DINETTE, HIOE-A-BEO AND BEDDING ITEMS! SHOP WUSTRON'STHISWEEKENO ANDSAVE-SAVE-SAVE!

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