t*AI|MM (la.) UppWT DM Mefntt thimday, March 7, 1968 31 New Vehicle O'Brien, Black Lead Local Cagers Licenses To County Buyers Thirty*four vehicles were 11* censed in Kossuth county last week as follows: Buick - Ellis Macha, Renwick; David C. Humphrey, Algona. Mercury - Leighton Misbach, Algona; Raymond A. Krominga, Lakota; Delores Cutler, Algona; Donald McNertney, Bancroft. Plymouth - Diane Kay Robinson, Wesley. Pontlac - Donald W. Kollasch, Whlttemore; Louis J. Ferstl, Algona; Henry 0. Kinne, Lu- Verne. Chevrolet - Robert Binzen, Fenton; Walter L. Vaudt, Whittemore; Edgar Stohr, Bancroft; Louis L. Sapp, Buffalo Center; Waldemar H. Rledel, Burt; Frank J. Blelch, Wesley; Dean Klenitz, Bancroft; Eugene Bruellman, Ottosen, pickup; Willie Kruse, Lone Rock, pickup. Ford — Sidney Johnson, Algona; John Dorenbush, Lakota; Ronald Ditsworth, Algona, pickup; Art Droessler, Lakota, pickup; Joe Grandgenett, Corwith, pickup. Dodge — Carolyn Wischmeyer, Swea City; Rodger K. Ritchie, Lone Rock; Ray McWhorter, Burt. Oldsmobile - Dau's Garage, Algona. Miscellaneous- Charles Behr, Everett Thompson, Apache Trailers; John Rike, Titonka, Herman Harms, Titonka, Hondas; James Modrell, Algona, Forester T. Paula Block Former LuVerne Girl Is Wed LuVERNE - Paula M. Block, daughter of Mrs. Walter Schmeling, Webster City, and Lewis V. Block, LuVerne, was united in marriage to Allan E. Anthony of Fort Madison Saturday at First Methodist Church, Eagle Grove. The bridegroom is the son o£ Everett Anthony and the late Mrs. Myrtle Anthony of Farming; ton. Rev. Bernard Olson offi- ; elated. j The bride was escorted to the 1 altar by her father. Mrs. Bruce I Howell was organist, with Danny Ray Block, brother of the bride, soloist. The bride wore a white skimmer of textured cotton with a yoke of deep lace and matching lace at the hemline. Her veil of nylon tulle was held in place by a crown of pearl orange blossoms. She carried a white Bible with a bouquet of white carnations and streamers of lilies-of-the- valley. The bride's sister, Phyllis A. Block, was maid of honor. Ronald Wixom served the groom as best man and ushers were Randall Brown and Douglas Block, brother of the bride. A reception for 50 guests was held in the church parlors after the ceremony. The bride graduated in 1967 from Rockwell City High School and has been employed as a nurse's aid at the Henry Custodial Home. The bridegroom graduated in 1964 from Farmington High School and is employed at the Mid-West Wax Paper Co., Fort Madison. After a short wedding trip, the couple will be at home at Mon- tr ose. Lone Rockj By Mrs. Wm. E. Marlow j U.P.W. will meet Thursday at the Presbyterian church at 2 p.m. The topic will be "American Woman - The Changing Image." Trustees will meet at 8 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Jones have arrived home after vacationing for two weeks in San Francisco, Las Vegas and in Hawaii. Jim Jones was home for the weekend from Mankato State College. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hammer- ptroro went to Sioux City Friday and brought their daughter Judy home for the weekend. Janet was also home tot the weekend from supper guests at the Laveroe Jean and Jwwt d Ajjan Martow were Sunday dinner guests at Die Harold E}m- f Home, Mr, and Mrs- Mauriej weis- A 63-Degree Spread Here In Weather Area temperatures the past week had a varience differential of 63 degrees - from a low of -3 last Thursday to Monday's reading of an unusual 60. About 11/2 inches of snow were recorded last Thursday, but it disappeared quickly due to the spring-like temperatures that followed. The past week's readings from station KLGA: Date Feb. 29 March 1 March 2 March 3 March 4 March 5 March 6 Hi 28 51 18 40 18 42 60 22 52 35 — 25 Lo Pr. -3 1-1/2" 5 tr. tr. Rich Black, right, led the victorious Algona Bulldogs to a thrilling 51-45 victory over Garrigan's Golden Bears here Monday night in the first round of the District class AA Basketball Tournament with a 14-point burst, exactly the same total racked up by Kevin O'Brien, left.of the Bears. The game, which kicked off tournament action here, proved to be a terrific defensive struggle filled with tense situations. AHS trailed through much of the contest and came back to win after overcoming a 22-20 halftime lead and 35-30 third quarter edge held by the Bears. Algona advanced with a 13-6 record into action last night (Wednesday), while the Bears were sidelined with a fine 15-5 mark. (Dave Riley Photos) brod were hosts at a 500 party at their home Sunday evening. Mrs. William Marlow and Raymond Bierle had high, Raymond Bierle, travel, and Mrs. Raymond Bierle and William Marlow, low. The Eugene Pruitts and Mrs. Merwin Marlow visited Mrs. Ornie Behrends at Iowa City Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Ray McWhorter, Burt, were Sunday callers at Mrs. Mary Genriches. Mrs. Louise Seegebarth is a patient at Holy Family Hospital, E sthe rville. She had su rge ry last Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Thacker and family were Sunday supper guests at the Gerald Radig home. Tuesday evening guests at the Wayne Bellingers were Mr. and Mrs. Albert Bell, Whittemore; Mr. and Mrs. Jim Kressin and boys, and Mr. and Mrs. Norman Bellinger and girls. The Wayne Bellingers spent Sunday evening at the Maurice Schwints, Whittemore, inhonorofMr.Schwint's birthday. Evening service was held Sunday at the Lone Rock Presbyterian Church, first of a series of Lenter services which will close Palm Sunday. Each Sunday evening there will be a different speaker. 1PORTLANDI i I 1 By Mrs. Victor Fitch 1 Mr. and Mrs. James Schenck and family of Algona we re Sunday dinner guests in the Ray McWhorter home. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Reid of Letts, Mrs. Tommy Reid, Lane and Rodney of West Liberty, came Saturday to spend the weekend with their daughter and son-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Ruse and family. Sunday supper guests in the Eugene Meyer home were Fred and Lizzie Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Meyer, and Mrs. Lena Luedtke, all of Fenton; Mrs. Ella Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. EuClaire Meyer, Terry and Brenda. This was in honor of the Eugene Meyer's little son Rodney's first birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Fitch and Judy and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Grosser and Randy were Sunday visitors and supper guests in the Chester Fitch home at Rockwell. Mrs. Lloyd Bartlett visited Mrs. Dwight Ruse Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Ruse, Leroy and Steven, Mr. and Mrs. Orville Reid and Mrs. Tommy Reid and family were also callers. Mrs. Tom Trenary, Kenneth Trenary and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Becker were Sunday evening visitors in the Bill Trenary home. Mr. and Mrs. George Koestler returned home Tuesday from St. Louis, Mo. after spending several days with their son Vern and family. They also visited the Clarence Pahlman family at Bluffs, m. Vickie Koestler and roommates, Linda Schrock and Alice Heitman, all University of Northern Iowa students, were weekend guests in the parental George Koestler home. Mrs. Sheldon Bengtson spent Monday in Titonka with her mother, Mrs. Clarence Acker man. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Halverson of Fenton, Terry Tiemanand Wanda Marshall of Algona, were Monday dinner guests in the Jack Tieroan home. "The fellow that doesn't do anything constructive, usually can make plenty of trouble." High Methodist Position For Roger Burgess DR. ROGER BURGESS EVANSTON, ILL. - Dr. Roger L. Burgess, Washington, D.C., son of a former Algona Methodist pastor, has been named general secretary of the Methodist Church's national board of hospitals and homes here, effective April 1. Announcement of Dr. Burgess* selection was made March 4 by Bishop Fred G. Holloway, Charleston, W. Va., president of the board. Dr. Burgess will succeed Dr. Olin Oeschger whose request for early retirement was granted by the board in January. Formerly an associate general secretary of the Methodist General Board of Christian Social Concerns in Washington, D.C., Dr. Burgess has been executive director of Joint Action in Community Service (JACS) in Washington for the past year. JACS is a private, non-profit corporation established by representatives of national Protestant and Roman Catholic agencies to assist in the war on poverty. The new hospitals and homes staff head is a native of Sioux City, la., and is a graduate of Morningside College, Sioux City. In 1965 he received an honorary Doctor of Laws degree from his alma mater. Dr. and Mrs. Burgess have four children. His father is a retired minister in the North Iowa Annual Conference. Annual Winter Band Concert Set At AHS The Algona High School band will present its annual Winter Concert in the school gym here next Tuesday, Mar. 12, beginning at 8 p. m., under the direction of Russell Guster and William Castle. Trumpet soloist during part two of the presentation, which will include a great variety of music, will be Dean Teeter, trumpeter. Trumpeters Bill Burt, Don Sindelar, Mark Snyder, trombonists Tim Will, David Riley and Denny Guster, clarinetist Bruce Olson, guitarist Denny Guster and bassist Randy Handel will also be featured, along with a chorus consisting of Linda Ruhnke, Kathy Taylor, Barb Colwell, Virginia Hardgrove, Karln Peterson, LuAnn Holt, Debra Johnson, Linda Darbyshlre, Kathy Skow, Kathrin Peterson and Maria Wittkopf. A CLASSIFIED AD WILL GET FAST RESULTS IN THE UPPER DES MOINES CHURCH NEWS ST. JOHN'S LUTHERAN Rev. Edwin Bishop, Pastor . SUNDAY, Mar. 10- Girl Scout Sunday. Sunday School and Bible class, 8 a. m. Divine Worship Services, 9 a.m. WaltherLeague executive board meets, 7 p. m. Walther League meeting, 7:30 p. m. WEDNESDAY, Mar. 13-Sunday School teacher's meeting, 2 p. m. Religion school and confirmation class, 6 p. m. Lenten Worship Services, 8 p. m. Choir Rehearsal, 8:45 p. m. A Pastor's Bible class will be started on Sunday, Mar. 24. BURT PRESBYTERIAN Rev. John Reiners, Supply Pastor SUNDAY, Mar. 10-Girl Scout Sunday. Divine Worship Services, 8:45 a. m. Sunday School, 9:45 a. m. Lenten Worship Services, 7:30 p. m. Rev. Janssen in charge, sermon topic, "Pardon By The Cross." TUESDAY, Mar. 12 - Prayer Group Session, 7:30 p. m. WEDNESDAY, Mar. 13-Choir Rehearsal, 7:30 p. m. BURT METHODIST Rev. Merlin C. Davies, Pastor WEDNESDAY, Mar. 6 - Woman's Society of Christian Service general meeting, 2 p. m. Mid-week Lenten Bible study, 8 p. m. Nominating committee, 7 p. m. SUNDAY, Mar. 10 - Worship Service, 9 a. m. Sermon topic, ' 'The Bible and Evolution." Sunday School, 10 a. m. Merry Mixers, 7:30 p. m. WEDNESDAY, Mar. 13 - Extended sessions for boys and girls after school. Lenten Bible study, 8 p. m. THURSDAY, Mar. 14 - Sub- district pastor's meeting, Titonka. GOOD HOPE METHODIST Rev. Merlin C. Davies, Pastor THURSDAY, Mar. 7 - Woman's Society of Christian Service, 2 p. m. Lenten Bible study, 8 p. m. SUNDAY, Mar. 10 - Sunday School, 10 a. m. Worship Service, 11 a. m. Sermon topic, "The Bible And Evolution." Algona-Good Hope MYF at Algona, 5 p. m. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Lone Rock, Iowa Rev. Albert C. Bullock, Pastor SUNDAY, Mar. 10 - Morning Worship, 10 a. m. Sunday Church School, 1 a. m. Evening Lenten Service, 7:30 p. m. Speaker, Mr. Thompson, Lakota school superintendent. THURSDAY, Mar. 7-U.P.W. meeting, 2 p. m. Topic: "The American Woman-The Changing Image." Trustees meeting, 8 p. m. SATURDAY, Mar. 9 - Communicants class, 9 a. m. 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