Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 3, 1965 · Page 10
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 10

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 3, 1965
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Ira* we* - Keep First Things First! Most boys like to fish. They take to the sport naturally once they have been initiated. It is a healthful recreation and one that can be used to keep sonny out of mischief. It should not be used, however, so that it becomes the "tail that wags the dog." If, after he becomes an ardent disciple of I/aac Walton, he sees Dad skipping the usual church service period to go fishing he soon will be doing the same thing. It should not be indulged in at the time for religious education anymore than it should on days when school is in session. Take Sonny fishing often but take him to church regularly. THIS MESSAGE SPONSORED BY Mergen & Webster Paint Contractors THESE PUBLIOSPIRITED MERCHANTS >i 1 '1; a Flour & Feed Tayl«r-lfc«e Bulk Fertilizer N«w ••band Machinery Algona Greenhouses HineMITl Fine Flowers S3 YcaN «f Service 295-25M Advance Publishing Co. Progressive Newspaper" OCflce Supplies aewer Rooter Service Farmers Service Center •. 521 8. Phillips Street Feeds, Storage and Fertilizer Fran's Beautyrama • . Complete Beauty Care Phone 295-3439 — Alifona Frederick V & S Hardware The llest Place In Town to Buy Fine Quality Hardware — nt a Savings! •'."'"• ' ', - ' •••.''-- «!./', " Algona Plumbing & Heating Foster Furniture Store •lflM«t»l* • *!•>*•> DAA**.- B»_..l-_ :•' ^•'•v ' • , ' . ^••^•^P •, Quality Home Furnishings Since 1916 " Wes Bartlutt, Owner and Manager Funk Plumbing & Heating Plumhlnr'—• Heating — Sheet Mqtal Work 119 8. Dodge St. — Phone 295-3234 Gambles Algnna's Only Double-Front Hardware Store Including a Complete Furniture Department Harrison's Records — llousewarcs — Wearing Apparel Charles Hlnkcn, Manager Hutzell's Cities Service Floyd Hutzell, Service Station Roy R. llut/ell, Hulk .Plant 295-2362 Maxell's School-Office Sup. Complete Line of Office Supplies Books — School Supplies — Sporting Goods iitu,fc£«v<t* M » ..; ft* iiis ...jjsitj a Kossuth Motor Co. Chevrolet Sales and Service Home of OK Used Cars i: Bomgoors Ben Franklin Alcana's Complete Variety Store Gerald BomiMr, Owner . •• • , \.\ ;' Bjustrom Furniture Three Floors of Furnishings Since m: A)gona Joe Bradley Equipment IIC South Thorlnfton St Firestone Tires—Farm Machinery Corgill Inc. Nutr«n» feeds and Carglll Fertilizer South Phillip* st, — Algona Chrome Service Station Mobil Products 24-Hour Service Always Coost-to-Coost Stores Hardware Appliances — Furnilute Ed H'ojf. Owner — Aleona Dou's Olds & Rambler aidcmoulte and Barauler Sales anil Service Bill Dau, Jr., and Bill Uau, Sr. Directory Service Co, Commercial Printing Aleona Mutuol Insurance Offices In Algona Eugene Murugh, President Eoft End Grocery Fr«* Grocery Delivery Dally Newly Remodeled tor Vour Convenience Ernie Williams John Deere Une of ioha weere Kossuth Mutual Ins. Assn. Your Friend — Before and After the Fire ( ,. I.ola • Sciirrimm, Secretary — Alfona V '..'.' \l .•••. i- Loing's Plumbing & Heating . Electric Sewer Rooter — Air Conditioning 'Boh talng — Phone 295-2IM Mergen & Webster •'. ,' J'Aluoria's : Ptt|iiters and Decorators" Metronics, Inc. O, B. Harmes Home Federal Sav. & Loan i Algona's Only Savings Association 29S-3S4S — Algona "Where you SAVK DOES Make a Difference" Honsbruch Drug Vour Algona RexaU Store Vuur Hi'allli mid lieauty Store Iowa State Bank Alcana's Home-Owned Bank Member FI)|C * Federal Reserve System P. R, Irons Heating & Plumb, Plumbing — Heating — Sheet Metal South Phillips street — Jock 1 ! 0, K, Tire Service "As for Me and My House We Will Serve the Lord." Johnson Moid-Rite Just East of Courthouse Meals — Su»ck» — Breakfasts Percivol Motors Dodge and Chrysler Sales & Service South Phillips St. Algona Pioneer Hi-Bred Corn Co. Herb Hedlund, Production Manager Perry'Collins, Experimental Manager Post Moving & Storage Local and Long Distance Moving 295-2275 ' Dick Post, Owner Rusk Drug ft Jewelry "Commit Zenith N*«rin ( A!4 iw»l<«" :. Bless Rusk — Call 295-2349 Shifts Brownbilt Shoe Store "The Shoe Store That Takes Care of Vour Feet" Phgne 295-5371 Tom's Radio & TV KCA Sales and Service "Home ut Color TV" Thermogos Co. of Algona A Complete I.I 1 Gas Service Phone 295-2841 Weidenhoff Corporation Go to Church Sunday — You'll Feel Belter Monday! Western Buyers Wiltgen Jewelry Diamond Settings — Watch Repairs Four Watchmakers to Serve You lender's "People Who Know Quality — Know News of services and meetings in Kossuth County churches this week Methodist Rev. Worthie Utftef First Methodist Rev. tt. M, Cotifhehouf Sunday, Jim. 4 9:30 ».m. — church L~™ 10:30 a.m. — Sunday School Night program at' the school auditorium. St. John's Lutheran Vacancy Pastor ftev. Wm. Scheer Bort Sacred Heart Catholic Rev. Robert A. Ttiletc Ltdyard Sunday Masses at 8 and 10. Week day Masses 7:30. Religious Instruction: Thursday night at 7:00 for all High School Students. No instruction for Grade School Students this week. Confessions: Thursday night after class; Saturday from 7:30 until 8:00; Sunday before both Masses. Ledyord Methodist Rev. Edward Mans Ltdyard Sunday 9:30 a.m .— Sunday School. 10:30 a.m. — Worship Service. Socred Heart Catholic Rev. Gerald Fisch Livtrmor* Sunday Masses — 8 and 10 l.ra Weekday Mass — 7:30 a.m. First Fridays at 7:30 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Immonuel Lutheran Rev. Wm. Stock Livermor* First Presbyterian Rev. Walter F. Morz Irvington Thursday, June 3 7:30 p.m. — Choir practice. 8 p.m. — Youth Fellowship. Sunday, Jun* 6 8:30 p.m. — Worship Service. 9:45 — Church School. (Please note the change of time for summer months.) Immonuel Lutheran Rev. Arnold E. Vehllnf Letts Creek 8:30 a.m. — Sunday School. 9:30 a.m. — Services Holy Communion on the last .Sunday of the month. Trinity Lutheran ftev. O. ,1. C. Gfcflke Alfdfta Thursday, Jun« 3 t - I-.-,-—- j "~~~ ~~..w.-. U u»- 2 p.m. — Ladies Aid. Hostes- cheoh. Wesleyan Service Guild ses: Mesdames H. dolwell, E. members invited to eat during Hackbarth, H. Bosworth. "fiphe- thelr lunch hour. Miss Joyce sians." 8 p.m. — Evening Circle. Hostesses Mesdames C. 0. Schaeffer, C. E. Schafer. "Ephesians." Thursday, June 3 1 b,m, — WSCS General -Lun* Sunday, June 6 8 a.m. — Matins. 9:15 a.m. — Sunday and Bible Class. 10:30 a.m. Havden, County Health Nurse, will have the program. June Circles serving; Mesdames Sheridan Cook, James Andreasen, Willard Snustad and Clinton Godden, Co-Chairmen. 6:30 p.m. — Commission on Missions Picnic Suoper at the .„.„„ „.,„. — WI1 Louis Kelley home. Mr. and Mrs. Communion Service. Leo Steven, Chairmen. " " 7 p.m. — Senior choir rehearsal. Sunday, June 6 9 a.m. — Church School for the family. 10 a.m. — Worship Service. Service of Baptism. Rev. Cou- phenour will have the sermon. "The Greatest Christian Sermon Ever Preached." Monday, June 7 7 p.m. — Trustees Meeting. Lawrence Hutzell, President. 8 p.m. — Official Board Meeting, Curtis Haahr, Chairman. School -ALGONA (Iowa) ADVANCE THURSDAY, JUNE 3,- 1*6$ Ex-lrvington man pictured in the Register Irvington a — • In the Des Confirmation & Moines Sunday Register, the ___/ice. Heart of the Hawkeye Council Monday, June 7 of Camp Fire Girls Inc., was 9 a.m.—Vacation Bible School, pictured a new recreation lodge Tuesday, June 8 at Camp Hantesa, adjoining 9 a.m.—Vacation Bible School. Ledges States Park near Boone, 7:30 p.m. — Sunday • School J une 6. The picture showed in ^Lf Jiff 4-lm l*.nni*"**.n«.v. J 4.1*** 1 11 Jl__ Wednesday, June 9 9 a.m.—Vacation Bible School. First Methodist Herman V. Smith, Pastor Corwith Thursday, June 3 4 p.m. — Junior Choir. 8 p.m. — Chancel Choir. Sunday, June 6 9:30 a.m. — Church School. 10:30 a.m. — Worship Service. -„ Tutid *y — Good Will Truck Stop Day. First Methodist Herman V. Smith, Pastor Wesley Thursday. June 3 7 o.m. — Junior Choir. 7:30 p.m. — Chancel Choir. ,8 p.m. — Official Board. Saturday, June 5 7-9 p.m. — Ice Cream Social. Sunday, June,6 9 a.m. — Worshio Service. 10 a.m. — Church School. 7:30 p.m. — M. -Y. F. , Tuesday — Goodwill Truck Stop Day. Bethony Evangelical and Reformed Rev.•Victor Vrlesen Ledyard Sunday 9:30 a.m. — Sunday School, 10:30 a.m. — Worship Service, Thursday 3:45 p.m. — Junior Choir rehearsal. 7;30 p.m. — Senior Choir rehearsal. Saturday 8:45 a.m. — Confirmation Instruction. Congregational Rev. Frank Harcey Algona Sunday, June 6 10 a.m. — Confirmation Services. Sermon, "The Spirit Gave Them Soeech." Thursday, June 10 6:30 p.m. — Annual meeting of the Congregation. June 7 - 18 9 - 11:30 a.m. — Bible School. LuVerne Methodist . u • . i. •;, : j Re y; !\forthie Usher l £i'* • LuVerne 9:30 a.m. — Sunday School 10:30 a.m. — Worship Service. Sunday, June 6 9:45 a.m. — Vacation Church School classes begin in the public school, for one hour. St. Thomas Episcopal Rev. Milo Dalley Algona Thursday, June 3 5 p.m. — Holy Communion. Sunday, June 6 ' —., , „„„, „„ »„„ 11 a.m. — Mornini? Prayer. Bob Skilling, Irvington. Nursery available. Meeting of the background the building and an "unidentified" man. He is Dwight Sabin, Des Moines, son of Mrs. Hazel Sabin here, who has contracted to paint the $150,000 building and who takes time off for a wave at the camera. The new lodge will ac- comodate 1,000 girls in the main room. There is also a conference and program center. There will] be 350 girls at the camp each week during the summer this I year. HAS EYE SURGERY Mrs. Ethel Johnson; Warrenton; Ore., had surgery early in May for removal of cataracts on* both eyes. Mrs. Johnson, who was almost blind before, was reported to be able to see fairly well after surgery. Mrs. Johnson had left the hospital, but was back in the hospital with bronchial trouble. She is 75. The Geo. Johnsons are former residents here for many years. Mr. Johnson died several years ago. Mrs. Johnson is a sister, 1 of Mrs. Ray Fitch, Burt, an aunt of Mrs. Sunday service. School parents after The John Hayes, Cedar Rapids, were guests of Mrs. Mar-1 guerite Hayes last weekend. Guests at Harold Sabin's Sunday for Mrs. Sabin's birthday were the Roy Bensens and Lyle i Bensens, Ringsted, the George j Pertls, Armstrong. A party for] Mrs. Sabin was held at Mrs. First Presbyterian Rev. Walter F. Morz Algona Thursday, June 3 1:30 p.m. — General U. P. W, Luncheon and meeting. A National Missions film "Tale of Five Cities" will be shown. De— • , •* _ _ ~ ~ a ~ —'™-4--^- *»v^»»^,*. kjrwuL music, Mrs. Party at Arnold's Park, Iowa. • • • ' ^»" ' • . .' First Baptist Mack Carlson. Pastor Algona Thursday, June 3 2 p.m. — Womens Missionary **"• habl ,,.„ , Fellowship at the church. Devo- Lawrtence Millers Friday, and tion, Mary Lou Siefer roll call g"** 8 were Mrs - Fern Canaday, "Your greatest blessing of the J?™; Margaret JCent,, Mrs. Verl past year." Bring yoi.r Mission- Pa tterson and Mrs:'Hazel Sabinj, --- • — - ..The Wesley Lees and two of f,our children, Erick 10, and Andy 5, visited the Melyin Alts and others in this area a few days last week. Wesley is a son of the Ralph Lees, also LeMars, and was raised in the Irvington vicinity. Their daughter Christy is a freshman at the university at Columbia, Mo., and Pat is a ary gift."Hostesses" The Executive Committee. 8 p.m. — The Midweek Prayer and Bible study at the ' Sunday, June 6 9 a.m. — Sunday School. Mr. Steve Ostrum. Supt. 10 a.m. — Morning Worship. 7 p.m. — Cherubs. high school freshman. The Wes- 7 p.m. — Jet Cadets. , , - T ,. . - • — 7 pm — Jr Hi and Sr ley Lees are farming, but the ' m< and br ' Ralph Lees are retired and live in town; , The Verl Pattersons had p.m Young People. 8 p.m. — Evening Service. , MrflOflflolV* Juftt) 7 . . - — _ „_„„.» v »u ••*•«• 6:30 p.m. — Jr. Hi. and Sr guests after baccalaureate Sun- Young People Roller Skating , Burt Full Gospel Jeff Bennett, Pastor Burt 10:00 a.m. — Sunday School 11:00 a.m, — Morning WOT• ship. 8:00 p.m. — Evangelistic Ser' Vice, 7:00 p.m. — Young peoples r " v - meeting, St. Cecelio Catholic Rt. Rev. Ms«r, P. P, Gearen Algona MASSES AT ST, CECELIA Sunday Masses — 6:00, 7:30, 9:00 and 10:30. Holy Days — 8:00, 7:30, 9:00 and 10:30. Weekdays — 6;45 and 8 a.m. CONFESSIONS — Saturdays, day before First Friday and Holidays. On the hour 3:00, 4:00, 5:00, 7:00, 8:00, 9:00 p.m. Other times by appointment. Noxorene Rev. Billy Goodpasture Algona Sunday 9:45 a.m. — Sunday School «==• Classes for all ages. 10;45, i.m. — Morning ship service, 6:45 p.m. «. y. p. S., 1? jvd older, 6:45 p.m. -T Junior Society for children under 12 years old Richard Mawdsley. 7 p.m. — Sanctuary Choir rehearsal. 8 p.m, — Regular Session meeting. Sunday, June 6 9 a.m. — Sunday Church School. Classes for all ages. 10:15 a.m, — The Church at Worship. Pre-school nursery in rooms 8 and 9. Mrs. Oran Hudson and Virginia Hardgrove in charge. 7 p.m. — Youth Fellowship. June 7-11 9 - 11:30 a.m. — Daily Vaca- „ , tion Church School. Four year Paul old through Sixth grade, Tuesday, June 8 8 p.m. — Ruth Circle will Tuesday, June 8 8 p.m. — Trustees meeting at the church, We warmly welcome you to the services and activities of the First Baptist Church. First Lutheran Rev, Robert F. Lorenz Algona Thursday, Juna 3 1:30 p.m, — Sarah Group/Lutheran Church Women, meets at the church; hostesses are Mrs day for their daughter and son, Janice and' Wayne, and for Stephen Canaday and Roxanne Schade, all graduating at Algona high school. Other guests were the Clarence Canadays, Darlow Rogerts, Viggo Peder- sons, Russell Canadays, Hazel Markovetz, Ronald Wal^sra, Bonnie Vestweber and Alice Patterson, Des Moines. Guests at the Pattersons after graduation Monday were the E. B, Huntleys, the Marion, Richard and Oliver Huntleys, Renwick, Ed Andersons, Humboldt, and Don Pflitsons, Livermore. The Raymond Harrs, Des ' * .- » — —— — — **_ v ***• u , -ba*w •*tMJ'44*VSM\-l AlUl 4 £3. J^vCO u i* ,f ml u ee and Mrs Fl °X d Moines, were weekend visitors Holt. Members are requested to with Mrs. Edna Harr. Algona b P n ,? t ! 1 . eir Bible and J " n e issue They also called at Melvin Alt's —- 1 ' '-" ' the "• ' Wesley Lees of "Lutheran Women." Devo- and' visited meet'in the jireside Room. Pro- f ions wiu be led by Mrs. Wai- there. The Harold Colwells Tlso Jace Simpson, Bible study by called at the Alts. Mr _ s Don Sjogren. The Henry Pfeffers had a re/:4« p.m. — Senior Choir ception following graduation of pracwces. Norma at Garrigan Sunday with 8 p.m. — Building Committee 50 guests, meets. Memorial weekend guests of Saturday, Junt 5 their mother, Mrs. Blanche » a.m. — bemor Confirma- Lage, were the Ralph F. Nel* tion class picture and rehearsal, sons, Waterloo, Eugene ~^^ T " r r*w * *» ^<U*X4V' 'V^JVffl* X X U™ grain, Mrs. Rex Kooymah; devotions, Mrs. Keith Christie. Wcdntcday, Jun« t 9:30 a.m. — Prayer and Bible Study. Regular Baptist Rev, Arthur Hicks Algen* Thursday, Jun* 3 8 p.m. — Mid-week worship— monthly business meeting to follow, Svndty, Junt 6 9:30 a.m. — Sunday School. Classes from Nursery to Adults. 10:45 a.m. — Morniog Worship, 7 p.m. — Educational Hour — Youth training and Adult Bible Study. 8 p.m. — Evening Worship. Jwrn 7fh t« Jynt 12 PiUy Vacation Bible School— two *. Sevlce ' Moines, and Jim tages fim- for ily, Fort Dodge, Mrs, Nelson is people, and This ably ,••--•« 3- — — T-r^ | « -»• w »-• VVi^v * *T^<4 Wl 41^401 with Confir- the former Dorothy I/age, of 13 yqung Visitors at Wm. Mayer's ami' Communion, day were Mrs. Adam Wolf, sis°"' consider- terrin-law of Mrs. Mayer, the one hour Marvin Wolfs and Gerald Wolf, class is summer suspended until late 9 to The Francis FrQehlichs had a reception for their daughter Unda's graduation Suflday at • »"-T«-«~" Garrigan. It wa§ held at Gsrri- w«i, ' C i a5ses Mgin their gan with about 40 guests. Ljn- weeks of sessjqns. Pre- da plans to Ie 9ve ^^in a wRkfor June 11^:30 a.m. Vacation ?:45 p.m. — Prayer You will ilways, |i»4 4 welcome in our services. Why not attend 7 " .es atten 7 ^ - wvyyvvvwwvwvvw^Aw.w™^ at Bertha Qodfrey School. The Barley Haosoos retUTfeO ffiS^n^ & «'»= SS^t ^ , _,,„„,, _„ lerea in advance, we will wel- at Sacramento glory cpflsists Rgt in come any child in our classes ^ c ^ rae «to never faiUng, but in rising every 7£a p,m. - Churchi S Ume we fa'l. monthly meetins VwWW^W^W^rWv^

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