MM. AIMTH NALVfftlON Ifenf *w Iteitoti tv January 31,1956 Publfihtd By th* Upper 0*i M»iftt* Publl»hlfit C«., Alfona, Iowa Fenton Circles Have A Busy Meeting Week Fenlon — Eighteen of Ellen Circle's 23 members attended the meeting on Jan. 23 in the home of Mrs Clayton Ditsworth, with Mrs Art Kabrick, co-hostess. Mrs C. C. Callahan was a guest of the group which opened its meeting by singing 'Take Time to Be Holy.' MrsJEd Riemers, cochairman, presided during the business session und led the prayer service. Agnes Goetsch led the devotions, tmd Mrs Frank McFall presented the lesson on Esther. Ellen Circle will hold its next meeting at the church on Wed- nosday morning, Feb. 22 beginning with devotions at 11 o'clock in charge of Mrs Clayton Ditsworth and Mrs Art Kabrick. Mrs Eugene Huskamp will present the lesson on the Woman of Samaria. Coffee for the pot luck dinner will be supplied, but each member will bring her own table service. Following the dinner the lesson on Martha and Mary will be given by Mrs Lester Weisbrod. Roll call will be from John 4:7-42, John 11:1-45, John 12:2-3 and Mark 14:3-9. Independence Mixers The Independence Mixers met Thursday afternoon Jan. 18 in the home of Mrs Freda Siems in Fenton. Mrs Ernest Votteler was the co-hostess. Our Fieldman, Mr Paul J. Pink gave a talk explaining the distinction between Farm Bureau and the Extension Service, and showed a film on World Trade for Better Living. It was voted that the days collection which amounted to $3.66 be filmed over to the March of Dimes. The pennies for friendship collection amounted to 82c. Mrs Joy Jensvold and Mrs Eldon Rhoades were in charge of the recreation, and Mrs Rhoades also read a poem. Those present were Mesdames Earl Lufkin, Olga Huskamp, Wilfred Bierstedt, William Weiner, Robert Berkeland, Freda Siems, Harry Barkve, Eugene Huskamp, Bertel Berkeland, Eldon Rhoades, Amer Cody, Clarence Arbog^t, Carl, Beck, Joy Jensvold; Clarence Underwood, Richard Underwood, Olaf Norland, Ernest Votteler and Mrs Thomas Twaiten. Attend M.Y.F. Rally A group of the local MYF members attended the Sub-District Ralfr at Titonka Sunday evening. Surrender Singh of THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL Fonton, Iowa Experienced Embalmers and Funeral Directors Reliable 24 Hour Ambulance Service Funerals May Be Referred To Us With Confidence Phone FENTON 23 RINGSTED 21001 21006 20216 Minneapolis was the guest speaker. Returning home from Titonka, they met at the local Methodist church parlors for a fellowship hour and lunch in observance of Kenley Zwiefel and Pamela Weisbrod's birthdays. Lunch was served by Mrs Zwiefel and Mrs Weisbroct. Attending were Alan Holland, Ivan Weisbrod, Dick Stucki, Jack Munch, Adrian Arbogast, Kenley Zwiefel, Donald and Jim Nichols. Frank and John Cannon and John Cotton, a guest from Lone Rock. Pamela Weisbrod, Janet Behne, Diane Holland, Ruth Mueller, Jeaneanc Zwiefel, Jean England, Sharon Klein, Evalon Schlei and Surrender Singh. Adults driving and accompanying the young folks were Rev. and Mrs C. C. Callahan, Mrs Ray Zwiefel, Ralph Nichols, Mr and Mrs Lyle England and Mrs John Munch. The Homebuilder Class of ihe Methodist Sunday School met last Wednesday evening in the home of Mr and Mrs Art Voigt. Hosts and Hostesses were Mr and Mrs C. C. Voigt, Mr and Mrs Walter Widdel and Mr and Mrs W. R. Wolfe. Mi and Mrs Albert Mitchell, Mr and Mrs Dick Underwood and Mr and Mrs W. R. Wolfe were Saturday evening dinner guests in the Clarence Underwood home. The Independence Idealists met Monday Jan. 16 in the home ol Linda and Mary Jan Brown. Fourteen members answered roll call. A talk was given by Kathryn Jacobson. Another talk, was given by Verdene Voster. Arlet Berkland gave a demonstration on Framing a picture. The club also enjoyed a workshop on matting a picture. Lunch was served by the hostess. Named among the honor roll students at Augustana Academy, Canton, S. D., for the first semester of the current school year is LaVonne Cody, daughter of Mr and Mrs Amer Cody, Fenton. LaVonne is a sophomore at the Academy. Thursday evening guests in the Lloyd Kern home in honor of Rhonda's 4th birthday were Mr and Mrs Art Mueller, Mrs Amanda Kern, Mr and Mrs Franklin Mueller and boys and Mr and Mrs Clarence Yager and boys. Mr and Mrs Lawrence Edwards of Emmetsburg entertained at a 500 party Wednesday evening, a group of Fenton friends. Those in attendance were Mr and Mrs M. Voigt. Mr and Mrs Franklin Mueller, Mr and Mrs Don Stein- befger, Mr and Mrs Jordan Knudson Mr and Mrs Ronald Chrischilles. Winning high score prizes were Mrs Franklin Mueller and Jordan Knudson. Low score prizes went to Mrs Merle Voigt and Ronald Chrischilles and travel prize to Franklin Muel ler. Mri Emil Biersledl has been a recent surgical patient at the Naeve Hospital at Albert Lea Minn. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Halverson were Wednesday visitors in the Ralph Carney home at Emmetsburg. Mrs Franklin Mueller and Mrs Adolph Hansen attended an Achievement meeting for Avon Representatives held Wednesday afternoon at the Gardston Hotel in Estherville. Surrender Singh ol Minneapolis was a weekend guest in the home of Rev. and Mrs C. C. Callahan. Mr and Mrs Lloyd Kern entertained at five tables of 500 Sunday evening at their home. Mrs Walter Pert! won high score prize for the ladies and Mrs Dale Weisbrod received low score prize. Walter Pertl won high score prize for the men and Merle Voigt received low score prize. Vlarold Schlei was awarded the travel prize. Donald and Jim Nichols of Whittemore were Sunday afternoon guests in the Ray Zwiel'el tome. The Fenion Fire Department answered a call to the Marold Schlei home Friday The Egg Price Is Fair But if you want to Make More Profit On Eggs bring in your grain and have a FEICO or MURPHY CONCENTRATE mixed in and you'll SAVE $20 to $40 PER TON on ypyr feed used. ' BE YOUR OWN SALESMAN AND SAVE ! Fenton Co-Op Elev. . Oxmed — Home Operated 3 You Do Bu«iaes$ With Yourself Here! | .<>^^ evening about 6 p.m. for a chimney fire. Flames and sparks shot out of chimney for some time and it wag feared the roof could catch fire. However, the fire was confined to the chimney and there was no damage done. Mrs Everett Dreyer was hostess to the Saturday Afternoon Bridge Club this past week. Club guests were Mrs R. C. Goetsch, Mrs E. A. Holland, and Mrs J. F. Beckley. Mrs Beckley received high score prize for the guests. Mrs Arlo Ranney high score prize for club members and Mrs Webber Yager second high score prize. Alan Helland who is attending Simpson College at Indianola arrived home Friday evening for several days vacation. Sunday, Alan assisted Rev. C. C. Callahan in the morning worship service. He also spoke on the 'Student Volunteer Movement' he attended at the University of Ohio at Athens, Ohio the week of Dec. 27 to Jan. 1. A number of the local Walther League members attended the Walther League Rally held at West Bend Sunday. Coming Events Wednesday, Feb. 1 —St. John's Ladies. Thursday, Feb. 2 — Woman's Society of Christian Service; St. Luke's Ladies Aid. Monday, Feb. 6 — Boy's 4-H Club meeting. Tuesday, Feb. 7 — P.T.A. Wednesday, Feb. 8 — Fenton Farm Bureau. Farewell Party For Couple Soon Leaving Seneca Seneca — Mr and Mrs Darrel Berhow were the guests of honor at a farwell party held for them Wednesday evening at the hqjcne of the latter's parents, the Robert Burts, Hosts and hostesses included the members 6f the Modern Mixer Club and their husbands. Mr and Mrs Berhow were presented with a farewell gift as a remembrance from the group. They will be moving March 1 to a farm south of Estherville. In attendance were Mr and Mrs Deland Votteler, Mr and Mrs Lester Osborn, Mr and Mrs Melvin Madsen, Mr and Mrs Fred Wienberger, Mr and Mrs Herbert Krause, Mr and Mrs Fred Johannesen, Mr and Mrs Everett With- Ham Week Special Thursday — Friday — Saturday KOS5UTH COUNTY DIES Maquoketa lost one of its oldest residents recently in the death of Miss Anna Bowman. She was 97 and had called Maquoketa home since 1861. SAFE Burglars stole a safe from a food store in Madrid recently. The 300-pound safe was found near Atlantic, a few hours later. $113 was taken. In 1787 the Kentucke Gazette was founded in Lexington, Kentucky county, Virginia by John Bradford as a propaganda organ to promote Kentucky statehood. CARD OF THANKS I wish to thank all my-friends and relatives for the cards amf vfsits I received while I was ill. It was all very much appreciated. Mrs Sam Warner 5* EAT MORE PORK QUALITY HAMS Lb. 47< Dick's Meats & Groceries Bailey's Store Jorgenson Lockers ., ~~ 4 " Priebe's Store 4 FENTON i am, Mr and Mrs Henry Looft and the host family, the Robert Burts. Blakjer W.M.F. Met The Blakjer W. M. F. met at the church parlors last Thursday with Mrs Lawrence Johannesen and Miss Tildo Johannesen as hostesses. The Rev. Harlan Blockhuss led the group in devotions, Mrs Odey Cherland presented the lesson and Mrs Lawrence Johnan- nesen presented an article on charities. Tilda Johannesen, who will be moving to Fairmont in the near future was presented a farewell gift from the group. Seneca P.T.A. Talk There was a very small attendance at the Seneca Parent Association held Monday evening at the school gymnasium. Those in attendance heard a wonderful discussion on reading problems in our elementary schools today. The discussion was directed by Miss Gladys Horgen, who is the Elementary Supervisor in the State Dept. of Public Instruction, and works out of the supervisor office in Des Moines. Refreshments were served at the close of the meeting by the Charles Beavers, Henry Loofts, Caleb Hartshorns, Deland Vot- telers, Lawrence Muellers, Carl Simmons and Lester Osborns. Dick Looft, senior student at Luther College, Decorah, Iowa, spent the weekend at the parental Henry Looft home. This is the end of the first semester. Mrs R. M. Tafte and children, who have been staying with relatives in Minneapolis since the -irrivsl of their baby\ son, were brought home last weekend. Swea Cityans Move Swea Cily—Mr and Mrs Lee Alward have purchased the former Vaux residence on the south side of Swea City. They expect to move in early in February, or as soon as the Milo Svend- sens can get moved out. The Svendsens are moving to Colorado, where they expect to establish another home. Mr Svendsen operated the Swea City Theater. Enlists In Navy Swea City—Max Treat, son of Mr and Mrs Floyd Treat, has enlisted for service in the U.S. Navy, and will report for duty early in February. Max has been employed in Minneapolis since graduation from high school last year. WANT ADS BRING RESULTS One of the oldest newspapers currently published in the United States is the Connecticut Courant, founded in Hartford in 1764 by Thomas Green. 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