325 at Catholic conclave met Sittirdiy eviiiifirit the THREE HUNDRED twenty-five women attended the Diocesan Council of Catholic Women Regional Institute held at Garrigan Sept. 12. They were honored by the presence of The Most Reverend Frank H. Grettman, D. D. Auxiliary Bishop of Sioux City, Iowa, who spoke at the conclusion of the Institute, "We Have Been Commissioned, an evaluation. This Institute included the Regional of the Northeast Deanery and Southeast Deanery it was the last in the series of regional institutes held throughout the Sioux City Diocese, and the largest attendance. The presentation was made of the new peanery Presidents for the Northeast and Southeast Deanery, they are respectively, Mrs. Walter Kelley, Fort Dodge, and Mrs. Ted Frederick, Milford. . _ Pictured above left to right are Mrs. Dan Engesser, Algona, Diocesan officer, Mrs Ted Frederick, Milford, new president of the N. E. Deanery, Mrs. ErviirUlses, Hurt, past president of the N. E. Deanery, Mrs. Walter Kelley, Ft. Dodge, new president of the S. E. Deanery, Mrs. George Sweenfey, Fort Dodge, past president of the S. E. Deanery, and Mrs. Margaret Pratt, Emmetsburg, who spoke before the Community Affairs Commission. 25th year of Fenton club is observed Fenton — The Friendly Club had its 25th anniversary at the Johnson House, Algonia, wilh 16 of the 19 members present and 5 former members: Mrs. Lorcna Doherty, St. Louis, Mo.; Mrs. Joe Mo Govern, Riceville; Mrs. Orval Einsplar, Webster City; Mrs. Edna Gray, Dolliver; land Mrs. Calvin, Vaudt, Fenton, A 1:30 luncheon was followed by a program by Mrs. Her- shel Hartman, Mrs. Rueben Luedtke, Mrs. Arlo Ranney, Mrs. W .E. Laage, Mrs. Darrel Dreyer and Mrs. Ed Meyer. The welcome was by Mrs. Arlo Rannay. A candle lighting service was presented. Mrs. Hartman lighted a candle for the Friendly Neighbor club, Mrs. Rueben Ludtke for the charter members and as she read their names, each was presented a corsage. There are 10 charter mem- •bers and all were present but one, Mrs. Elsie Dreyer, Mrs. Helena Luedtke, Edith Laage, Mrs. A. R. Willrett, Mrs, Arto Ranney, Mrs. Kenneth Bollinger, Mrs. W. E. Laage, Mrs. Ed Meyer and Mrs. Rueben Luedtke. Mrs. Art Priebe was unable to attend. Mrs. W. E. Laage lighted a candle in honor of deceased MEN WANTED NOW TO TRAIN AS CLAIMS ADJUSTERS Insurance adjusters and investigators are* badly needed due to the tremendous increase of claims resulting from automobile accidents, fires, burglaries, robberies, storms and industrial accidents that occur daily. Top money can be earned in this exciting, fast moving field, full time or part time. Work at your present job until, ready to switch over to your new career through excellent local and national employment assistance. Home office: 1872 N. W. 7 Street, Miami, Florida. VA APPROVED. For details, without obligation, fill out coupon and mail today. For prompt reply write to: INSURANCE ADJUSTERS SCHOOLS Dept. W-183 7915 State Line Kansas City, Mo. 64T14 Name Age- Address City State Zip - Phone. members, Mrs. Darrel Dreyer honoring the present membership and Mrs. Ed Meyer for the .future of the club. Mrs. Arlo Ranney read poems and gave 'highlights from the dub activities of the past 25 years. A sum of $600 has been donated by the club to many charities and local projects. Each answered roll call by giving an interesting event that happened during club years. PROGRESSORS MEET The September meeting of the Fenton Progressors 4-H club was held at the Lone Rock Legion Hall. Record books were handed in. Reports were given by various members who had shown at different fairs recently. A talk was given by Jack Pompa on recording of feed Records. Brian Gerhardt was accepted as a new member. Lunch was served by Gary Laabs and Kent Madison. HAVE COIN SHOWER Aid of St. John's Lutheran Church gave a coin shower for Mrs. Stephen J. Harvey, former Susan Hantelman, Thursday at the church with around 100 attending. Mrs. John Struecker announced the program. Rev. Rex Spicer gave opening devotions. Mrs. Stan Berkland gave a reading about Susan's life history. Kay Dreyer played a piano solo. Mrs. James Meyer and Mrs. Amos Finnestad gave a short skit, "The First Quarrell". Debbie I Eimers and Linda Berklafid played a piano duet, Mrs. Dick Jentz gave a reading. Renae Detftn* Voettlef. Mfs. VAiidt Kid a prayer. Tte jmv gram was taped to tettd *b Susiti ind as everyone patted by the buffet table they «poke a few words (0 SUAWV libs. Oerhaft Hantelman hid the guest book and Mrs. Ed Bruhn and Mrs. Detehlne Hift» telmafi poured coffee. WUI< jam Hantelman played .the tape of Susan and Stephen's wedding ceremony for the guests. BUY TWO HORNS Sentral Band Mothers met Monday evening at the higli school. Mrs. Robert Krause and Mrs. Merle Voigt were hostesses. Ideas for fund ratting were discussed and Mrs. Kenneth Johnson, Mrs. Jack Gerhart and Mrs. Howard Bierstedt were appdinted to check choir robes for needed repair. The Band Mothers have purchased two new sousaphones. CHURCH GROUP MEETS LLL of the St. John's Lutheran church met Tuesday evening at the church with the Fred Jentzes and Herman Maahs as hosts. William Hantelman gave a report on the national convention at Milwaukee. Harold Elmers and John Struecker gave reports on the district convention at Okoboji. The Albert Mitchells will be speakers at Mie October meeting. LEGION OFFICERS The Fenton Legion officers ^^Vam** W»P» WJ •^-v»w»w» • ™ J of officers was held with M«f- liti Wegeftef elected comtttfn- der, Don Shaw, vi«, Robert Krause, adjutant, Herbert Kmusev sefgeim iiid 1 Hassel, financial officer. The Witter"* rrtedrtdis, Moorhead, Minn., visited one day last week at Ernest Voett- ler's. Mr. Frtedrich U the son of the late Rev. Max Friedrich, former FalrvUie pwtor. The Ervin Voettlers took their daughter Renae to Mankato Monday where she will attend Mankato State. The William Hutchinson-s, Long Beach, Calif., spent a week at Mrs. E. C. Weisbrod's. They left for Straford, Canada, to visit his parents. Mrs. E. C. Weisbrod and Mrs. Arlo Ranney visited Sunday with Mrs. John Munch and Mrs. Emma Reimers. The drcle of the Depew Lutheran church met Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Oscar Sorenson. Mrs. Albert Mitchell gave the devotions and Mrs. Ernest Berkland the lesson. Mrs. Arlo Juhl was a guest. The Hans Oshers, Fairmont, and Mervin Nielsens, Ring- sled, were Sunday supper guests at Albert Mitchell's. The Morris Mitchells spent the weekend at Arnold Heller's at Marble Rock and the Irvin Davidsons at Charles City. The Willard Menzes and Clarence Menzes were Sunday guests at Paul Klenz's, Ceylon, Minn. Sunday evening visitors at the Herman Maahs were the LJOUI9 wwm y*r •«•>! . , TT -««T •• - "^' Mr*. Jack Tiernin, Burt, l«MW«<in**kyitW.R. y*«r .._« tte feft thd Mankato >MrV. l%MW8il fetUfliid Mine Ekhm Hantelmans spent list week at Deer River, Minn., HlMlii. S«ndr* H*rttelman stayed at Arnold Hantelman'*. the James 9chwirtt«, Ames, visited Sunday at Mrt, J, Ai Schwtrtt s. •Mrs. 3. A. Schwartz and Edith Liage sftent list weekend at Dick Witberg's, Des Moines, and at James and Robert Schwartzes at Ames. Wayne Stoeber and Don Yager, Iowa City, spent the weekend with their parents. Mrs. Richard Stucki, Julie and Jeff accompanied them to Fenton. \ . Sunday guests of Mrs. Gladys Smith for birthdays of Wayne Stoeber and Mrs. Rich' •rd Stuck! were the Wilfred Stoebers and Wayne and Mrs. Richard Stuck!, Julie and Jeff. The Lyle Hansons were Sunday guests of Mrs. Rose Hanson at Thompson. The W. B. Schmldtkes, Mor- riatown, Minn., spent from Tuesday till Friday at William Hantelman's. The William Hantelmans and Glenn, and W. B. Schmld- tkes, Morristown, Minn., were Wednesday dinner guests at Gene Faulstich's, Algona. <Mrs. Ervin Luedtke and Mrs. Robert Kitause visited Mrs. Nina Kracht at the Estherville hospital Wednesday afternoon for Mrs. Kracht's birthday. Friday evening guests at Larry Bierstedt's for Darrell Zwiefel who left for his sen- w, meeting O n«M to Stair City tast Mr* guests broek homfc wwe Mrs. DTOen nomw w^rc »»•« •»-~- T ««v • — son and the Edward Mitchells. Armstrong. Mortung^de. Nade worked last summer at Mitt' ooqua, Wls. The Jtmes Butters, Owatoo- M, Minn., recently visited Mrs. Florence Saxton, and with Mrs. Mary Hanson it the Valley View Rest Home at New Electric Up-Bruih l$9*5 HOST Iruihti lh« P<l* upward, r«< jnovtt cfotp dirt ono •liffiiMifd •matting. Ne wtt earptl, *• Ihondwofk. Priet quoltd In- Klud«l Ho«! Cltontr lo el*«n boO «q. ft. of earptl plut UM |ef Eltctric Up-Bruih. . 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