The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 10, 1966 · Page 5
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• Feb. 10,1966 • *-Aft>ena (la.) Upper DM Mo!n« Thursday, February 10, FentonArea Churches In " •.'"• SfTW A Full Week Of Activity ifeniiw FENTON - Ladies Aid of St. Lukes Lutheran church at Falr- ville met on Thursday afternoon. Rev. Bliss led devotions and discussed the first lesson on Amos. Thank yous were read from Mrs. William Hantelman and from the Mental hospital at Cherokee for gifts sent. It was reported that $42.24 was received in the Mite Boxes last month. The activity committee presented the group with a list of several proposed activities for the following year. A Mother- Daughter Banquet, a guest day with guests of their choice, and a bus tour were voted for by the group. The Ladles also decided to entertain their husbands and at guests at a Valentine party. They are going to have a pot-luck supper starting at 6:30 on Sunday evening, Feb. 13. St. Lukes Aid was given Central America as the country for their participation In the Mission Fair to be held In Whlttemore and Garner on June 18-19 and June 25-26. A committee was selected to start work on this project which will involve decorating an entire wall with things from their chosen country. Mrs. Joe Culbertson resigned from the group. She and her family recently joined a sister congregation at Swea city. Hostesses for the afternoon were Mrs. Richard Preston and Mrs. Ervin Schmeling. - o St. Lukes Walter League of Falrville entertained the Leag- ers from Whlttemore, Wednesday evening. Allan Schmeling and Renee Hantelman Were In charge of devotions. Mark Bierstedt, Owen Kerber, and Cheryln Kerber supplied the entertainment. Lunch was served by Bert Bleckwenn, Kaye Weiner and Delana Votteler. St. Paul's of Garner invites the Leagers to the "Winter Workshop" on Feb. 20, from 2 to 7:30. - o - ST. JOHN'S LUTHERAN The Ladles Aid of St. John's Lutheran church met Wednesday afternoon. Rev. Splcer led devotions and the discussion on The Church History - Lutheran Church of America. The ladies were given Nigeria and Ghana as their country for participation in the Mission Fair to be held two weekends In June at Garner and Whlttemore. A new United States flag was donated to the church by the American Legion and a new church flag is to be purchased soon. Hostesses for the afternoon were Mrs. Ervin Borchardt and Mrs. Allen Bellinger. - o - METHODISTS World Day of Prayer services, with the theme "You Are My Witnesses" will be observed by the Women of the Fenton Methodist church at the church on Friday, Feb. 25 at 2 p. m. The Children's World Day of Prayer Service will be held Sunday, Feb. 13, at 10;30 a. m. in the Junior Department. Members of St. John's Lutheran church of Fenton and St. Lukes Lutheran church of Fairville are Invited to World For perfect comfort get... AMERICAN. 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BERKLAND licensed Real Iftate Broker and Farm loans and Auction Service Phone 889-2392 Fenton, Iowa Day of Prayer services at Trinity Lutheran of Algona on Feb. 25 at 2 p. m. - o - Mr. and Mrs. Morris Mitchell, Mr, and Mrs. Albert Mitchell, and Mr. and Mrs. William DeWall were supper guests Monday evening of the Herman Norlands of Cylinder. Debra and Kristine Bollinger were overnight guests Sunday evening of the Arnold Hantel- mans. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Mitchell and Mrs, Morris Mitchell attended the funeral of a cousin, Roy Thompson at Odin, Minn, on Wednesday. 0. Paul Voigt underwent surgery at Rochester thlspastweek. The Helen Circle met Tuesday at the home of Iris Gerhart with Verna Hart man as co-hostess. The program was given by Doris Eldrldge. The Marlys Circle met Wednesday at the home of Florence Saxton with Esther Duncan as co-hostess. LoreneReimerswas in charge of the program, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Hantelman were guests Monday evening of the Norman Bellingers. The occasion was Mr. Hantelmarfs birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Hantelman are to leave Thursday by plane from Minneapolis for Portland, Oregon where they will visit Mrs. Hantelman's parents and her brother and family. About 35 women turned out last Thursday evening for a couple of hours of exercises and volleyball at the Fenton gym. The group plans to continue meeting weekly for these physical fitness exercises. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Elgler and Dr. and Mrs. E. Ruske visited relatives in the Austin area on Sunday. Don Yager and Wayne Stoeber were home from studies at S.U.I, over the weekend. On Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Stoeber and Wayne were dinner guests of the Richard Stuckis of Spencer. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Bollinger entertained several couples at a 500 party Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. James Bierstedt won high and low went to Mr. and Mrs. Larry Gade. Kenley Zwlefel took the travel prize. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Bollinger were Mr, and Mrs. Alfred Bell and Paul of Whittemore, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Bollinger and family of Lone Rock, Mr. Norman Bollinger and Debra, Mrs. Gene Tietz and Michael, Mrs. Sophie Wichtendahl and Harvey Bollinger. Mr, and Mrs. Norman Bollinger and girls, Mrs. Sophie Wichtendahl, Mr. and Mrs, Kenneth Bollinger were guests Friday evening of the Wilmar Wich- tendahls of Lone Rock, Also SOFTEN WINTER'S HEAT-PARCHED AIR WITH A LENNOX HUMIDISPRAY AUTOMATIC SPRAY HUMIDIHLR MoliturttM and softens hot- parchtd sir...Installed on your present furnace, a Lennox Humldiapray puts up to 18 gallons ol moisture per day into the winter-dry sir of your home. •• Provide* greater health •Ml oonwort • Prmrvee ftimttur* •nd furntehlnae • Cuts fuel bin* me For • llmlUd Um«l Rtcelvta handsome matchtd s«t— . dial tharmoma- • tir end humidity meter—mountad en wood-grain panel. It'a your* FREE When you purcheie e Humldlipray, Also on hand ELECTRIC HUMIDIFIERS present we re Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Bellinger and Judy of Lone Rock and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Potratz and family of Whittemore. The occasion was Mr. Wichten- dahls birthday. Miss Sharon Krause was home over the weekend from her studies at Mankato State Teachers College. Sentral Tops' Concert To Feature Band FENTON - The Sentral Community School Music Department will present the second annual "pops" concert on Thursday, February 10 at 7:30 p. m. The program will feature a 16 piece stage band plus large and small vocal groups. A few well- known favorites by the band will be Stormy Weather, Autumn Leaves, Moon River, plus a touch of jazz and a special feature number "Walk on the Wild Side" from the movie of the same name. Vocal selections will include "I Feel Pretty" from W«gt- slde Story, Kentucky Babe, Let Me Call You Sweetheart, a calypso number with rhythm section, and Geographical Fugue, for a speaking chorus as used by the Norman Luboff Choir at last years Fairmont Community Concert. Seating will be at tables and reservations for these tables can be made by purchasing tickets in advance from music students. If you are not contacted you may call Mr. or Mrs. Warren Jones for reservations. Refreshments will be available at the reserve tables. There will be some chairs provided for general admission sales made at the door that evening. At Convention, Our Own Hdwe. Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Stoeber of the Stoeber Hardware Co. recently returned from Minneapolis where they attended the 53rd Annual Convention and Stockholder's meeting of the OUR OWN Hardware Company. Over 7,000 spring and summer items were viewed in a 30,000 sq. ft. display . Many of these items are new., and will be featured at Stoeber 1 sOUROWN Hard ware this coming spring. The OUR OWN Hardware Co. is owned exclusively by the retail dealers it serves. Mr. and Mrs. Stoeber being partners with over 650 other retailers in a 10-state area encompassing Minnesota, N. Dakota, S. Dakota, Wisconsin, Michigan, Iowa, Montana, Nebraska and Colorado. Watch for Stoeber's OUR OWN Hardware's Spring Catalog, which will be mailed early in April. McFALL PLUMBING ond HEATING tenter), Iowa SENECA HI Mr. and Mrs. Robert Binzen and daughters Kathy, joAnn and Pat, accompanied by Joe Crowley, drove to Ames, la. Sunday where the Blnzens met their first grandchild, a daughter born to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Binzen, Jr, and to Mr. Crowley a great-granddaughter. The little girl was named Stephanie Ann at the christening Sunday. The baby's father, Robert, Jr., is in the Navy and is presently at home on leave. Mr. and Mrs. David Looft entertained Sunday in honor of their son Scottle's second birthday anniversary* Dinner guests Included the sponsors, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Thate and family of Ceylon, Minn. Joining them for the afternoon were the maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Hoppe of Truman, Minn., and Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Hoppe and family of Madelia, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Looft were evening callers. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Petersen were pleasantly surprised last Thursday evening when they were invited to the home of their daughter and family, the Clarence Cheevers, in observance of their granddaughter Susan's fourth birthday anniversary, to find that in addition to the birthday party, they were honored with a surprise, it being their 27th wedding anniversary. Guests included Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Cheever, Mrs. Florence Dotson, Mr. and Mrs. Norvald Gochanour, the Nowell Gochanours and daughter, also the Robert Helgasons and family, all of Armstrong. Mr. and Mrs. olaf Oftedahl, also Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Petersen and Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Friest and daughter of Fort Dodge attended the wedding of David Stoppe at the First Baptist church at Forest City Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Looft spent the weekend with their son and family, the Jack Loofts, at Rochester, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Cheever entertained at dinner Sunday in honor of their daughter Lorna and their son Neils, birthday anniversaries which is Tuesday. They also honored a nephew, Jeff Ogle of Elmore, whose birthday is the same day. Guests included Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Petersen, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Friest and daughter of Ft.Dodge, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Cheever of Armstrong, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Ogle and family of Elmore, Minn., and Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Kinnander and family of Armstrong. The Seneca Saddle Club held a sled and tobogganing party last Sunday at the Everett Wlthams. A', Clcrir Bellinger Silver Wedding At Lone Rock LONE ROCK - Mr. and Mrs. Clalr Bollinger will celebrate their 25th wedding anniversary on Sunday, Feb. 20 at the Presbyterian church parlors at an open house from 2 to 5 p. m. - o A group of students Including Kermit Krueger from St. Paul Bible College will hold a special service at the Presbyterian church Sunday evening Feb. 20 at 7:30 p. m. The public is invited to attend. - o- BUSINESS SCHOOL HONOR Richard Bierle, son of Mrs. Alice Bierle, is taking a commercial course at the American Institute of Business in Des Molnes. Dick was among 20 young men initiated Into the Phi Theta Pi, International Honorary Business Fraternity recently. Requirements for election to the honorary fraternity are scholarship, leadership, personality and character. NOTICE As of February 28th JEANETTE'5 USED CLOTHING Fenton, Iowa will be closed on ALL MONDAYS New Hourss Tuesday — Saturday 10:30- 12 and 1 -5 Saturday Night -7-9 p.m. Lester Bullock, student at Buena vista College, Storm Lake, was a weekend visitor at the home of his parents, Rev. and Mrs. Albert Bullock. Kermit Krueger and Larry Bortel, Bowling Gree, Ohio, both students at St. Paul Bible College, St. Paul, Minn., visited over the weekend at the home of Kermit's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Krueger. Dawn Schultz who works at Fairview hospital in Minneapolis spent the weekend at the home of her grandparents, Mr, and Mrs. Fred Schultz. She returned to the cities with Kermit Krueger. Mr. and Mrs. Jess Blanchard visited his sister Mrs. Chet Alme Sunday afternoon at St. Ann hospital. Mrs. Alme underwent surgery last Monday. Mr. and Mrs. A, A. Krueger called on Mrs, Alme at St. Ann hospital, Sunday evening. Fenton Couple Observes 64th Wedding Date FENTON - Mr. and Mrs. Sam Warner observed their 64th wedding anniversary, Monday, at the Turner Rest Home in Armstrong, where they have been living since fire struck their home in Fenton. They were visited Sunday by two Algona ladies, Mrs. Fred Wegener and Mrs. Rose Sigsbee, who called to pay their respects. Mrs. Sigsbee.is a sister of Mrs. Warner, and Mrs. Wegener is a sister-in-law. 3 From Sentral • In Band Event FENTON - Three Sentral Band Members participated Feb. 5 in the Northwest Iowa Bandmasters Festival held at Cherokee. The 280 piece band rehearsed all day under the direction of Butler Eitel of Macalaster College and then presented a public evening concert. Rodney Jensen, cornet and Mary Ellen Ditsworth, clarinet participated for the first time. 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CARD OF THANKS Our family sends heartfelt thanks to all our friend! and neighbors for the many gifts and acts of kindness after the lots of our home. A spetial thank* you to Rev. Johnson and the fire departments, ft will always be remembered. Ray and Clarice Ohrtman and family. (11*) REMODEL YOUR KITCHEN Custom-Bilt KITCHEN CABINETS One Of Our Specialties They're Economical And A Real Blessing To A Housewife Who Needs More Kitchen Cabinet Space ESTIMATES WITHOUT OBLIGATION :ENTON LUMBER co. Fenton, Iowa DO NEW STANDARD HUMIDIFIER Adds needed moisture to dry heated air • Automatic Humidistat • High Humidity Output • 10 Gallon Capacity • Rustproof Tank • Easy to Fill and Clean • Portable, Attractive MARK VI STANDARD CONSOLE HUMIDIFIER Maintains proper indoor humidity - automatically for comfortable wintertime living. The right amount of moisture helps you feel better. Lowers heating costs. Prolongs life of furnishings, house plants. Reduces static 'electricity. 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