Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 28, 1966 · Page 17
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Chairmen for i F - --'-.'• Fcnton Woman's club elected i Penton — The Fenton Town and Country Woman's club met taflt week with Mrs. Shirley Shiw, Iris Gerhardt was co-hos* tefliii A foreign, exchange student .front Sweden showed slides and spoke on her native land. She is attending high school in Algofta and making her home With the Mitch Taylor family. The group also visited at the Kossuth county home last week. Six members reported they had attended the recent spring rally held at Titonka, including Lorna Johnson, and llris and Kathy Gerhart who participated in the style show. Marlys Voigt was elected county secretary -at the Rally. Three Fenton women, Mrs. Dale Weisbrod, Mrs. Russell Eldridge and Mrs. William Hantelman, received citations for having Warm hearted hospitality with the modern touch in MINNEAPOLIS 19" TV in rooms Individual air-conditioning and heating Restaurant Ropm service .Beauty shop Hertz Rent A Cars Swimming pool Conveniently located to shops and airport BOULEVARD CONGRESS MOTEL 5637 Lyndaje Ave., So. Minneapolis. Minnesota On U. S. Hwys. 35 & 35W. 3 miles North Int, 494 Phone 612 TA 5-4488 read 25, of Wore books In the past year. The group also feceiV' ed a dtatiofl fof participation in' international affairs. Electten of committee chair' men was held: Program chair' matti Ruth Waite; finance, Iris Gerhart; Youth Guidance, Lorraine Feye; music, Ruth Newel; publicity, Delores Elmers; legislative, Doris Eldridge; liter* lure, Marie Hantelman; telephone, Carvel Jensen; Senior tea chairman, Jane Voigt; and towel, Shirley Shaw, Mary Hansen and Ruth Waite were appointed to check the Sentral high school library to see what was needed in the line of reference books. The group plans to use profits from the alumni ballgames that were held this winter to purchase some of the needed books. WIN MUSIC RATINGS There were 101 Sentral high students in the State Large Jroups Music Contest at Poca- honitas over the weekend. A number II rating went to the Boys Glee Club. All other gro- jps received number I ratings The band received its I rating "or playing "The Minstrels" anc 'Die Meistersinger", the mixed chorus for "Tis the Evening's loly Hour" and "Give Me Your Tired Your Poor" and the Girls Uee Club for "White Garden" and "Do Lord". Mary Lou Larsen was accompanist for the llee Clubs and Delana Votteler or the mixed chorus. Directors are Mr: and Mrs. Warren Jones. PLANT SALE DATED The Fenton Legion Auxiliary met last week at Mrs. Burnett Heine's. Mrs. W. Laagc gave a report on a legislative bulletin. The group voted $2.50 to the Annie Wittemier Home for Children. Hans were discussed for the annual plant sale. The sale will be held May 14. There will be several types of vegeta^ ble and flowering plants. The sale will take place at the; Fenton Community Center. The ne xt meeting will be at Mrs. Paul Hudson's. ALG6NA (towa) THURSDAY. APRIL 28, 1966 Engaged St. Jo* -—r Mr. and -Mrs. Dale Weber of Humboldt, announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter Sandra Kay, to. Donald E. Bee ker of St. Joe. Mr. Becker is he son of the late George and da. 'Becker. A May 14th.wed- ding is planned. She is employed at the First .National. Bank n Humboldt, and he is with the Jecker Construction -Co., , St. toe. ,-.' . ...-.:•,• exchange was held. MotherjSi from es ware-'guests. Ruth AAft fhiigejl ifornia. and her nitrtihef wete hostessqi With Mfs. AdeUiie WagWsf aiid Vickie McGuiferexselviiii es. Linda Mae Reding is er. ••••'"'• : ;v v ' •-. '••/'.• Fenton group .,' ...' , '.. , • • ,- - ; •• .'..-•..• hears talk on foreign lands Ftnton — Woman's Club met last week at Mrs. Ray Stoeber's with Mrs. Hans Baago assisting. Mrs. Ben Luedtke was a guest of'the group. Mrs. Ernest Ruske and Mrs, E. C. Weisbrod had the program. Mrs. Fern Huismann, Spencer, showed colored, pictures and gave a talk on her recent trip to Iran, Napal, Thailand and Afghanistan. She showed souvenirs she had from her visits. Election, of officers was held: President, .Mrs. Hilbert Bierstedt; vice, Mrs- Hans. Baago; sec., Mrs. Ed Meyer; treas., Mrs. d Bruhn; and historian, Homer Matthiesen. , , from extended vacations ift Cal- rt-nia. ,/ v:r«H:;'^<t; ' Mrs. Clarence Wegener, Mrs, Charles Feye and family, Mrs. Martin Wegefief artd family and Mrs. Entma ReimerS! '-"•" ^ "•* Mrs: Lillian WortHihgton's 8?th) birthday; Others of her, family to be preseit %ere via, and the ,M. d. .Jofgefisidns $143 FOR CANCER Mrs. Herschel Hartman, chairman of the Cancer Drive for Fenton Township, reported total of $143 was collected in the recent drive. Volunteer workers were Mesdames Paul Voigt,. Jack -Gerhardt, Ida Dreyer, Kenneth Bollinger, Ray Ka ding, Hans Baago, Dale Schroe der, Dale Wegener and Maurice WeisbrodJ.... . Tuesday guests of the Gerald Voigts were Mary Hayes, Dallas Center, and the Eugene Hus- kamps. Miss Hayes, former Algona teacher, prepared and served a Pakistan dinner to the group. For two years she was n the Peace Corps in Pakistan. The Rueben Luedtkes are grandparents of a son born to .he Douglas Gokes April 21. The Gokes live at Neillsville, Wis. The E. K. Johnsons and Clarence Wegeners were recent guests of Kate Wegener, Algona, for her birthday. The Larry Alts and Clarence Wegeners spent Sunday in Minneapolis where they visited: the Alt daughter, Marilyn, and went to the Ice Follies. The William Eimers went to Sioux City recently to visit their daughter, the Darrell Stusses, and to see their new grand L daughter, Jodi Lynn. A Sunday afternoon caller at Helen Widdel's was Mrs. Frank McFall. The Wilfred Stoebers spent Mrs. Ed Andrelinas, Medicine Lake, Mont., is visiting friends and relatives here and will at;end the wedding Saturday of icr nephew. Mrs. Andrelinas, jhe former Susie Zeimet Friders, is the daughter of Math Zeimet and sister of Eugene Zeimet, both St. Joe and Mrs. Frank Rathke, Humboldt. The John Thuls were visitors Thursday afternoon with the Nick Eischens, St. Benedict. Mr. Eischen returned home the first of the week from Park hospital where he had been a medical patient several weeks Mrs. Eischen and Mrs. Thul are sisters. Riverdale Rustlers 1 met Siandf/ Wagner and Thilges. The 'food'and Sunday with the. Richard Stuc- kis at Spencer. The 500 Birthday club met last week with Eunice Heine. Prizes were 1 won by Kathy Berkland and Janice Ramus. Birthdays were Carol Meyer's and Nancy Hain^inger's. April 17 at St. Joseph's schoo' hall. The, pledge, of Allegiance was led by Sandy Wagner. Group activity consisted of exchan ging perennial flowers, am showing finished blouses, nius trated talks were given by Su zanne Reding, Darlene Plathe, Barbara McGuire, and Ellen Bprmann. Demonstrations were given by Ruth'Ann' nutrition girls, Judy Kollasch, Ruth Ann Thilges; and Colleen Reding, gave a demonstration. The club elected Jane Reding, Darlene Plathe, Judy Kollasch and Maribeth Thilges to attend 4-H camps this summer. Ruth Ann Thilges and her mother were the hostesses with mothers as guests. Sandy Wagner is reporter.. / Riverdale Rustlers Unit II met at the St. Joseph's school hall April 16 at 1:30 p.m. The pledge of allegiance was led by Sam dy Kollasch and the 4-H pledge was led by Suzanne Reding. Linda Mae Reding, Joan Reding, Jean Reding and Sandy Kollasch were elected to attend 4-H camp this summer. Illustrated talks were given by Dianne Bormann, Sandy Kollasch, Mary Thilges and Carrie' Thilges, Joan Reding and Michelle Thilges. Demonstrations were given by Linda Reding, Elizabeth Zeimet and Jane McGuire. Food and Nutrition girls gave a demonstration on how to prepare pizza. Group activity was to show a finished blouse and a perennial flower GIVEN HOUSEWARMING The Roger Frinks; were-, surprised with a house-warming) Thursday evening by the ; Arnold Hanitelmans, Gerald tangjer- mians, Albert Langermansj) George Kissners, Lone Rock, Fred Frinks and Mrs. John Waite, They presented the Frinks. with a purse of money. The evening was spent playing 500 with Arnold Hanteiman winning high, Jerald Langerman •. low. Angle Langerman high and Verdelle Hantelman low. CALL TO PASTOR Swea City's Our Savior's Lutheran church has extended a temporary call to Rev. Spicer, St. John's, Fenton, during the time of the vacancy there. The Swea City congregation is served by the Lutheran pastor from Burt. Their pastor, Rev. Sehe- er, recently accepted a call to the congregation of the. Lutheran church of the Wisconsin Dells at Wisconsin Dells, Wis. CHURCH TIME CHANGE Tims of church and Sunday school services at St. John's Lutheran church of Fenton will be at new times starting Sunday May 1. The new time will be 8:15 a.m. for church and 9:30 a.m. for Sunday school. took a pot luck dinner to Mrs, Kate Wegners, Algona, fof her 89th birthday. Mrs.; Reimers remained in Algona with her sister for several days. Mrs. Ernest Votteler had a coffee last week with guests Mrs. E. C, Weisbrod, Frank Me Fall, Charlie Weisbrod, Ed Priebe, E. K. Johnson, Emma. Reimers, Nettie Yager, Amanda Kern and Freda Seims. . The Kenneth Bollingers were Tuesday callers at Norman Bollinger's. ' The Roger Frinks and Fred Frinks went to Ames Sunday to visit David Frink, and to Des VIoines to visit Fred's sister, the Loren Harrises. . The Fenton Progressors met last week at Henry Ostwald's, Plans were discussed for the community service activities by each club this year. DeLon Jentz and Gene Hartman were named as delegates to the district 4-H camp. Row. materials were handed out by the leaders anc lunch was served by the host. 87th birthday is observed at Lone Rock ahd Carol Bee, LecJyard, • also her niece, Mrs. Erwih Ifeid^l* with, Swea City; Many- frtMds also called aHd 4d wefiB served ice' cream arid birthdiy " take. The Illinois relatives' left on Sunday. ; ' Mrs. Lillian. .Dettloff daughter, Mrs. Norman Pierce, lampshire, 111., visited Mr anny Lee, Algona, Saturday. Lone Rock Lively IN DOWNTOWN MINNEAPOLIS EXTRAORDINARY... Such charming rooms... such wonderful food .,, Just perfect location and a warm greeting on your arrival. Completely air conditioned- 9 FAMOUS PININQ AND WINING ROOMS HOU5I For e/iaMait, Lunclwon •nd Dinnir. CHAIIAU ctt PARIS On| ol Am«clc|'» foremost Frinch ResUuunts. Selected (or E»cellinct .by Hglidiy HURP1.I LOUNGi For Your Fiyorilt Rtv erage ind Nitely Enttr tainment. FREE 5UE5T PARKIN§ l.rem 4 UMOUSINI IHVICf Amf.rl.cw) f*P'i» Mi^f «*>*li», Minn. 554,0? w* Mt« SCHOOLS OUT EARLY Sentral schools will be met att .NadibJ McCleistt's,. A report was given dtt the Algofla Day. Susan Lynch and Nadine McCleish talk*. Bertthard< atid JeativAflttfBalllg gave demonstrations. The leader presentation by Mrs. Sam Me Oleish, Jr. waff Oti smodidtii; The hostess ; showed Whato in my closet, ' dismissed at 2 for the high school and 2:10 for the grade: schools Friday. This is because of the Junior-Senior Banquet and Prom to be held that evening. $63 EASTER SEALS A total of $63.25 was contributed in the town of Fenton for Easter Seals. This was in increase of over 50 per cent over last year. Mrs. peter Koenck was town chairman. Eighth grade students from St. John's and St. Luke's Lutheran churches at Fenton and Fairville recently made a trip to Concordia College, St Paul, Minn. Accompanying them were Roy Homan, Mabel Homan, Mrs. Lloyd Sunde and Mrs. Kenneth Johnson. 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