Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 22, 1966 · Page 9
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 22, 1966
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Alqono Konuth (ountv THURSDAY, SEPT. 22,1966 - ALOONA, IOWA —'; Rites Monday for Teuton accident victim Seneca — Funeral services for Roger C. Menz, 25, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Men*, were held Monday afternoon at the Fenton Methodist church. Rev. Eldridge officiated and burial was at Fenton., He was fatally injured Thursday evening while working on a test range of the Twin Cities Army Ammunition Plant at New Brighton, Minn. Roger was employed as a test technician by Honeywell and was conducting a test on an experimental ordinance item when the occulted. that military and company offi cial* have begun investigation of . He WM married to the former Carol Long of Armstrong and the eoiiito s tod been 6431 Oliver Ave. South in apolfe. They ire just i to the United States this spring after Roger completed a military assignment in Germany. Survivors include his wife and his parents of rural Fenton; two brothers and a sister. The Reese* Slaba iuneral home of Aim* strong was in charge of the ar* rangements. PROGRISSIVE FARMiRS The Seneca Progressive Farmers 4M club held their September meeting at the home of the Alvin Cyphers with the Wayne Ny mans as -co-hosts. The principal matter of business was the election of new officers for the coming year. Brian Johnson was elected as president; Dick Lynch, vice-president; Jo Ann Bernhard, secretary; Tim Lynch treasurer; Edward Bergum, reporter; and Dennis Wilberg, sgt at aims. Following the business meeting Tom Bergum and Ar eft Nyman conducted a -short recreational period, Edward Bergum, reporter. iLAKJER ALCW MEETS The Blakjer ALC\V met at the church parlors Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Ted Jensen as tostess attd Mrs. Raymond Ber* »um as co-hostess. During the msiness meeting the group voted to have a missionary as a guest speaker for their tail Mission Box of Thank Offering Program. Mrs. Jerry Wilberg had Charge of devotions and presented the Cause of the Month which was Parish Education. The Bible study was presented by Mrs. Fred Johannesen. The program closed with the Worship Offering with Mrs. Wilberg .in charge, followed by the Doxolo* gy and Table Prayer. Sunday afternoon callers al the Bertha Olsen home included Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Brayton of Algona and their son, Mich ael, who has just returned from duty in Viet Nam; also Mrs. Cla ra Olsen of Ureka, Calif., a sis ter-in-law; Mrs. Albert Daniel son, Mrs. Arthur Sorensen, Johr and Faith, and Becky Hosin, all >f •Armstf ong. ' Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Thomp.>on accompanied by Byron Ha< uge of Bancroft visited Wednesday with Mrs. Thompson's and Mr. Hauge's mother, Mrs. Haiige of Forest City. The elder Mrs. Hauge has not been in the best Of health recently. She is stay- ng at the home of a daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Jensen took their daughter, Jill back to school at Augustana college, in Sioux Falls, Sunday and while there were guests of the college at "Parents' Day." Mr. Edwin Brighton whose home is in the state of Washington accompanied his sister, Mrs. Edith Anderson, to the Bertha Olson home Wednesday evening for a visit with the Olsens. Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Olsen visited with the former's sister, Mrs. Edna Thompson, who is now a patient at a hospital in Colo, iowa. Mrs. Thompson, whose home is in California, became ill while visiting at the home of her daughter and son-in-law, the Kenneth Campbells, and was hospitalized for a time at an Ames hospital. Upon, her^ release from the Ames hospital" she recuper ated at the home of her daugh er until her rcwnt idmlMton to he Colo hospital. . Mr. and Mrs. Otis England of Ringsted accompanied Mr, and Mrs. Herbert Krause altd Mr. and Mrs. Art Krause of Fenton to the Herbid Krausa home at Mason City. The occasion was the birthday anniversaries of Herbert Krause and Mrs. Her^ >ie Krause. . ; Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Moppe of Truman, Minn., were Sunday af* ternoon callers at the David Lo oft's. Mr. and Mrs; Earl Crouch attended the funeral of Earl's aunt, Mrs. Nellie Baker, at Mason City, Wednesday. Mrs. Clarence Osborn and David spent several days with the former's sister and family, the Arnold Kueckei-s, Minneapolis. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Stoe her of Fenton and Mr. and Mrs Earl Richards of Mesa, Arizona were Wednesday evening guests of the Clarence Osborns. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Crouch drove to Minoequa, Wis., over the Labor day weekend Where they met their daughter, Bonnie and brought her home with them. Bonnie and another college girl worked at a private ake-side took Bonnie side Monday „*& V feimteMM k Mrs. Wiimebago, Minn., hkvt* eed the engagement and aching hiafriage oftheir daugh* tef, Jean Mae, to Uaryie Gene Preston, son o! Mr, and MrS. Howard Preston of Swea City, Miss Allen Was graduated from Winnebago .high school in 1903. Daryle is a 1961 graduate of the Sentral Community high school and has completed three' years of duty with the United States army. He is now farming. The wedding date has been set.for Nov. 12. ",-., Labor day weekend Sunday guests at the Cecil Baldwin's included their son and wife, Df. and Mrs. Donald Baldwin and their niece and husband, the A. N. Storms, all of Des Moines; also Mr. and Mrs. Fred Shilts of Algona and Dr. and Mrs. C. A.. Plathe of Armstrong. Mrs. Cecil Baldwin entertain-, ed the Jolly Jokers club at her home last Thursday afternoon.- Lakota girl married Ledyard—Bethany Evangelical and Reformed church at Ledyard provided ithe setting for the wedding Sept. 2 of Sherry Kay Klinksiek and Paul Allan Schaumberg. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Klinksiek of Lakota and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schaumberg of Elmore. Bridal attendants were Ann Carpenter, maid of "honor; Mrs. Keith Klinksiek and Pamela Klinksiek^ bridesmaids; Vicki Thilges, personal attendant, and Shirley Klinksiek, flower girl. Marvin Schaumberg was best man and groomsmen Were Keith ECleinsiek and" Melvin Wentworth. Tim Schaumberg was ring bearer. Ushers were Craig Thilges and Donald Haas. Candle lighters were Denise Klinksiek and Sandra Warner. After a wedding trip to Colorado and the Black Hills, Mr and Mrs. Schaumberg will be a home at Town and Campus in Mankato. Both are graduates.o Ledyard Community high schoo' The bride is a senior at Mankat State college. The groom, a grac uate of Hamilton Business co lege at Mason City, is employed at Osco Drug. Fenton girl returns " i %i^ , . . from 2 yrs. in Nigeria Fenton—Susan M. Hantelman, R.N., daughter of the William Hantelmans, Fenton, hqs been visiting with her family since August 10 after a two year tour as a missionary nurse in Nigeria. She will be in the U. S. until about the first of November when she will be returning for another two year tour. The first eight months of her tour were spent at Eket Immanuel hospital, which is near the coast of Nigeria. The hospital has about 100 beds, an out-patient clinic, tuberculosis, women's, children's and men's wards. It also has an active maternity department. In April of 1965, another nurse, Annie Voigt from Concordia, Mo., joined Susan in, Nigeria and they moved about 300 miles north to live in a Nigerian village for six months to study the Yala language. In October of 1965, Annie and Susan opened an out-patient lime at Yahe. They saw 400 pa- .ients the first month and in July of this year the monthly census was 1,500 patients. They do not have a physician working with them at the moment but have hospital facilities under the Catholic mission about 19 miles away where serious cases can be sent. The emphasis is on preventive health rather than curative medicine. 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