Fenton Church Groups Begin 1950 Programs tm~ _ ri i * * • «. .. . ^^^ Fenlon — The St. John's Ladies Aid met Wednesday, Jan. 4, in the church parlors. Hostesses were Mrs. Charles Theesfield, Mrs. Lester Theesfield and Mrs. Henry Tieman. Mrs. Olaf Norland, president, presided at the meeting. Rev. W. H. Friedrich gave a topic entitled "Winning of Women for Service of the Church." Program committee was Mrs Marvin Luedtke and Mrs. Geo Jentz. Guests were Mrs. Lloyd Sunde of Armstrong and Mrs. Paul Cornelius. Hostesses for the February meeting are Mrs. Relond Watson, Mrs. Clarence Wegener and Mrs. Weber Yager. Class Patty Held The Homebuilders Sunday School class of the Methodist church held a party Thursday evening in the church parlors. Devotions were led by Mrs. Clarence Underwood, Mrs. -Oliver Stoeber and Rev. Forrest Flowers. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Underwood and Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Stoeber had charge of the entertainment. Hostesses were Mrs. Alfred Meyers, Mrs. John Theesfield and Mrs. Frank McFall.- Wellher League Program the Walther League of the St. John's Lutheran church met Thursday evening in the church parlors. The program consisted of Bible study, led by Rev. Friedrich. Jerry Jentz gave a talk on Japan, after which Virgil Borchardt conducted a quiz on the talk. Games were played by the group. Hosts were Mark Finnestad and Robert Friedrich. Falnrille Ladies Aid The Fairville Ladies Aid met Thursday, Jan. 5, in the churc* parlors. Hostesses were Mrs. Ernest Vottler and Mrs. Paul Voigt. Mrs. A. F. Rehder resigned, as did Mrs. Richard Hengel, as both families are moving. Mrs. Lydon Kerber is a new member. Mrs. Hilbert Bierstedt was elected secretary to replace Mrs. Rehder. W. S. C. S. Meeting The W. S. C. S. of the Methodist church met in the church parlors Thursday afternoon, Jan. 5. Program leader was Mrs. Russell Jensen, assisted by Mrs. Gene Huskamp, Mrs. Lyle Newel and Mrs. Hippie. Fellowship feature was in charge of Mrs. Oliver Stoeber, which was group singing. Hostesses were Mesdames Alfred Meyers, Fred Brown, G. O. Jorgenson and Frank McFall. Mr. and Mrs. Loren Barker Tim and Tom, were Tuesday evening supper guests y>f thje Wm. Hantelman's. Willard Menz and John Menz visited with Mrs. John Menz in the Holy Family hospital at EB- therville, Thursday. J^fr. and Mrs. Wm. DeWall, Shirley and Jayne, were Monday evening supper guests in the Melvin Berkland home. Mr. and Mrs. Leland Hantelman and family of Duluth, Minn., left for their home Wednesday, after spending Christmas with relatives and Mrs. Dan Hantelman, here. Mr. and Mrs. Herb Weiske and son. Kent, of Carroll. la., visited m the Frank McFall home over the New Years weekend. New Years day dinner guests in the McFall home were Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Rusch, John Menz and the Weiskes. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Hantelman and family df Tyner, Sask.. Canada, took Miss Melinda Hantelman to Belle Plaine, Monday, where she resumes her teaching duties. The Hantelman's went on to Dubuque to visit relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Loren Barker were Friday evening visitors in the Wm. Hantelman home. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Verbrugge and Mrs'. 'John Verbrugge were Monday dinner guests in the OH- ver Stoeber home. Rural Groups, Swea & Eagle Areas, Active Swaa 8t Eagle — The Swea Harrison 4-H club met Monday evening at Harold Jones' home. Robert Anderson, agriculture instructor in the Swea City school, gave a talk and led discussion On "modern tractor plowing." He showed diagrams on how it is possible to get a good plowing job done in much less time. The club made a check-up on this year's projects, and they have 17 baby beef calves, five market litters, two dairy calves and three market lambs. The meeting was well-attended, and Ml*. Joneo served a luncheon. Stress Farm Safety Alfred Zielske, Grant township farm project 4-H leader, attended a 3-day 4-H tractor maintenance school at Iowa State college, Dec. 13, 14 and 15. Each county 4-H club is to have a lesson on tractor care and safety at January or February meetings. Mr. Zielske said the classes were very instructive, as to repair on farm tractors, fuel and oils anfl much stress was given on safety. Homemakers To Meet The Swea-Harrison Homemakers group will meet Wednesday, Jan. 11, at the home of Mrs. Selmer Uhr. The lesson on the use of home freezers will be given by Mesdames Art Anderson, Ralph Walker, Martin Dahl and Ed Morris. Parents Of Daughter Mr. and Mrs. Dean Swanson became parents of a daughter, born Jan. 1. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Reynolds are parents of a son, born Jan. 2. Both mothers and babies are at the Holy Family hospital in Estherville Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Anderson and son, George, of River Grove, 111., returned home Monday after a holiday visit here with her parents, Ed Fosgrens, and at her -sister's home, Waldon Brandts. Supt. and Mrs. John E. Pearson and their son, Neville, of Wnfeat- on, Minn., visited New Years dtty with his four brothers and sister, Edna Pearson. The visitors were eh route home frohi a vacation in Mexico. Barbara Kluger was a ton- sillfectomy patient at Dr. R. F. Shyder's office Wednesday morh- irig. Barbara is employed at Des Moines and spent a holiday vacation with her patents, the Ray Klugers. Mrs. Emil Lafsdfi, accompanied by her sister, Mrs. Walter Peter r son, drove to Waterloo, Wednesday, taking Larson's daughter, Mrs. June Graham, and her daughter, Kay Marie, home after they had spent two weeks here. Mrs. Walter Peterson and Mrs. Larson returned .home Thursday. Pvt. Leroy Gardner, son of Mr; and Mrs. C. L. Gardner, has re- pOrted to begin his basic air training. Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Engstrom and son of Ames spent the holiday vacation at parental homes, the Walter Engstroms, and Wm. Sp'eichers at Buffalo Center. Miriam Peterson, nurse at the Lutheran hospital, Des Moines, returned to her duties after a visit here with her brother, Le Roy Petersoh, and David Anderson and families. Henry Farland and Milton Pe- tersoh brought Al Farland home from a Minneapolis hospital to spend the holidays with his family. A. C. Pavik took Farland back to the hospital On Tuesday. Mr. Farland is being treated for an eye infection. The Emil Larsons, Francis Torino's and Mrs. June Graham were New Year afternoou guests at Paul Larson's home. Paul, who has been confined to bed with a heart ailment the past six weeks, is much improved, being able to be up and about the house. Mrs. O. L. Thorson, Mrs. Cecil Thorson and Richard M. Anderson spent New Years day and Monday at the home of Rev. and Mrs. C. W. Samuelson at Marcus. WHITTEMORE Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Ostwald and Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Heih- rich took Reinhold Zimmerman, a brother of Mrs. Ostwald, to Manly, Monday. He left from there to St. Louis to resume his studies in the Coricordis Seminary. Reinhold spent the Christmas vacation here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Zimmerman. Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Busher- feld, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Slagle and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Elbert attended the Elbert-Drew wedding and dinner at Emmetsburg, Saturday. Others who attended the reception and dance in the eve,- ning were Adam Sylvester and Vincent Elbert. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Heinrich spent New Years with Mrs. Heinrich's parents, Mr. and Mrs. August Frink, in Cylinder. »•«• James Kuecker arrived home Wednesday evening, having received his discharge from the navy. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Kuecker. Orville Mueller and Darrold Baumann left Monday for Ames, where they will take a three- month short course at Iowa State college. Your next move before you buy ariy.cgr % , % Jsto TRY A RIPE net* PACKARD with ULTRAMATIC DRIVE • ask the man Who ovrns one We invite you to try Packard's Ultramatic Drive—its the most improved automatic Drive Anywhere! R & C MOTORS 18 last Nebraska Phone 461 Mr. and Mrs. LJoycl filbert and idays here with the former's par-! England's King is not allowed to) Tuesday, January family of St. Paul spent the holi-1 ents, Mr. and Mrs. George Elbert.' enter the House of Commons. | •»• 10, 1956 Algona Upper Des Moines—7 At ALLEN MOTOR CO. And At PERCIVAL MOTORS /* Has The NEW LOOK! Here Are Reasons Why You Will Want to See and Inspect The New 1950 Plymouth, On Display Beginning Thursday— • New Lower, Longer, More Streamlined Appearance • Rear Fenders Are Restyled and Lengthened • A Larger Rear Window Provides Styling and Vision • Rear Deck Provides Heavier, Road-Hugging Appearance • Grille Simplified and Made More Massive • Front and Rear Treads Increased for More Stability • laiger, More Massive Bumpers on Front and Rear • Combination Tall and Stop Lights in Each Rear Fender • Redesigned Instrument Panel on Spun Aluminum • Larger Rotary Switch Knobs Easier to Operate • Hew Wide, Deep Chair-Height Comfort Seats • Combination Starter and Ignition Switch • Super-Cushion Tires; Safe-Guard Hydraulic Brakes • Automatic Electric Choke; Safety-Rim Wheels "Packed with Value and Ready to Prove It" ... is the new slogan for the new Plymouth! And it's a car so packed with value and features that th« only way you'll know it is to see itl Nine new models art available—each with handsome appointments. Make sure to see the new 1950 Plymouth-ON DISPLAY THURSDAY! ON DISPLAY AT ALLEN MOTOR CO. PERCIVAL MOTORS A Cordial Invitation WAYNE ALLEN CLAYTON PERCIVAL We cordially invite each and every one of you to come and see the new 1950 Plymouth when it is unveiled Thursday, January 12. It will be a pleasure for us to show you this outstanding 1350 car.
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