The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 28, 1966 · Page 4
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• APRIL 28,1966 { •§•••••*«••••§ ifentiw 3Up*tf *v [ Publi*fi«d If th« U PP *r Of* ublKhhifl Cd., Aloono, JOAN IdlUNdW Fenton Pastor On Call To S-Cily Church FENTON - Our Savior's Lutheran church, Swea City, has extended a temporary call to Rev. Spicer of 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. Scheer, recently accepted a call to the congregation of the Wisconsin Dells Lutheran church at Wisconsin Dells, Wise., thus leaving Burt and Swea City with vacancies. Time of church and Sunday School services at St. John's Lutheran church of Fenton will be at new times starting this Sunday, May 1. The new times will be 8:15 a. m. for church and 9:30 a. m. for Sunday School. - o - Mr. and Mrs. Richard Underwood and family of Jefferson, la., were weekend guests of the Albert Mitchells. Eighth grade students from St. John's and St. Luke's at Fenton and Fairville recently made a trip to Concordia College, St. Paul, Minn. Accompanying the youth were Roy Homan, Miss Mabel Homan, Mrs. Lloyd Sunde and Mrs. Kenneth Johnson. Mrs. Lena Bleckwenn and M rs. Nettie Miller returned home this week from extended winter vacations in California. Tuesday evening dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Voigt and James were Miss Mary Hayes of Dallas Center, and Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Huskamp of Fenton. Miss Hayes, former Algona teacher, prepared and served a Pakistan dinner to the group. For the past two years she was in the Peace Corps in Pakistan. Mr. and Mrs. Rueben Luedtke are grandparents of a son born to Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Goke on April 21. The Gokes live at Nealsville, Wise. Mrs. Goke is the Luedtke's daughter, Mary Alice. Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Johnson and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Wegener were recent dinner guests of Mrs. Kate Wegener of Algona in honor of her birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Alt and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Wegener spent Sunday in Minneapolis where they visited with the Alt's daughter, Marilyn, and attended the Ice Follies. Mr. and Mrs. William Elmers drove to Sioux City recently to visit with their daughter and son-in-law, the Darrell Stusses and to get acquainted with their new granddaughter, Jodi Lynn. The 500 birthday club met last week at the home of Eunice Heine. Prizes were won by Kathy Berkland and Janice Ramus. Birthdays honored were Carol Meyers and Nancy Hainzingers. Mrs. Ernest Votteler had a coffee party last week and the following ladies were in attendance: Mrs. E. C.Weisbrod, Mrs. Frank McFall, Mrs. Ed Priebe, Mrs. E. K, Johnson, Mrs. Chas. Weisbrod, Nettle Yager, Amanda Kern, Freda Seims, and Emma Relmers. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Bollinger were Tuesday evening callers at the Norman Bellinger home. Mrs. Charles Feye and family, Mrs. Marlin Wegener and family, Mrs. Clarence Wegener and Mrs. Emma Reimers recently took a pot-luck dinner and helped Mrs. Kate Wegener of Algona to celebrate her 89th birthday. Mrs. Relmers remained in Algona with her sister for several days to visit. A Sunday afternoon caller on CHOOSE FROM A VARIETY OF RENDERINGS 2 DECORATOR FRAMED PICTURES WITH EACH GALLON OF SUPERMIX PAINT! Hurry! oiler limited Now you get a bonus foi decorating your home with the very best . . . Supermix Paints. Just think you get two wall and room flattering pictures with each gallon of Super- mix Paint. So, stop into our complete decorating center for all of your home beautifying needs and free pictures today. BUY QUALITY! BUY SUPERMIX STOEBER HARDWARE Fenton, Iowa Helen Widdel was Mrs. Frank McFall. Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Stoeber spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Richard Stucki and family at Spencer. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Frink and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Frink went to Ames to visit with David Frink on Sunday and to Des Moines to visit with Fred's sister and family, the Loren Harris 1 . Mr. and Mrs. Roger Frink were surprised with a housewarming on Thursday evening by Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Hantelman, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Langerman, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Langerman, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Kissner of Lone Rock, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Frink and Mrs. John Waite. They presented the Frinks with a purse of money. Prizes were won by Arnold Hantelman for men's high, Jerald Langerman, low; Angle Langerman, women's high; and Verdelle Hantelman, women's low. A toal of $63.25 was contributed In the town of Fenton for Easter Seals this year. This was an increase of over 50 percent as compared to last year's contributions. Mrs. Peter Koenck, town chairman, wishes to thank all who made the drive such a success. Miss Roxy Voigt, daughter of the Paul Voigts, Fenton, who is employed at the Bureau of Yards and Docks Department of the Navy, was crowned queen of the BuDocks annual coronation ball held Saturday night, April 23 in the Crystal Room of the Willard Hotel In Washington, D. C. Miss Voigt will now compete for the Miss Navy title which will be announced on May 20. Mrs. Bierstedt To Head Fenton Woman's Club FENTON - The Fenton Woman's Club met last week at the home of Mrs. Ray Stoeber with Mrs. Hans Baago assisting. Seventeen members answered roll call; "A Spring Poem." Mrs. Ben Luedtke was a guest #v pf the group. * Mrs. Ernest Ruske and Mrs. E. C. Weisbrod were in charge of the program. Mrs. Fern Huismann of Spencer, showed colored pictures and gave a talk on her recent trip to Iran, Napal, Thailand and Afghanistan. She also showed some souvenirs she had from her visits to the various countries. Election of officers was held with the following results: president, Mrs. Hilbert Bierstedt; vice president, Mrs. Hans Baago; secretary, Mrs. Ed .Meyer; treasurer, Mrs. Ed Bruhn; and historian, Mrs. Homer Matthiesen. Lunch was served by the hostesses. READ THE MENU AND COME! Italian Spaghetti and Meat Balls Salad Bowl Variety of Homemade Breads Drink All you can eat - $1.00 Saturday Night -5p.m.- 7p. m. FENTON CAFE Fenton, Iowa (33*) 4-Algona (la.) Upper Dei Mdlnft* Thundery, April J8, 1966 Lots Of Action By Fenton T-C Club Women FENTON - The Fenton Town and Country Woman's Club met last week with Shirley Shaw. Iris Gerhart was co-hostess. A foreign exchange student from Sweden showed slides and spoke on her native land. She is attending high school in Algona and making her home with the Mitch Taylor family. The group also visited at the Kossuth County Home this past week. Six members of the group reported that they had attended the recent spring rally held at Titonka, including Lorna Johnson, Iris and Kathy Gerhart, who participated in the style show, Marlys Voigt was elected county secretary at the rally. Three Fenton club women, Doris Eldridge, Marge Weisbrod and Marie Hantelman, received citations for having read twenty- five or more books this past year. The group also received a citation for participation in international affairs. Election of committee chairmen was held with the results as follows: program chairman, Ruth Waite; finance chairman, Iris Gerhart; youth guidance chairman, Lorraine Feye; music chairman, Ruth Newel; publicity chairman, Delores Elmers; literature chairman, M arie Hantelman; telephone chairman, Carvel Jensen; 1966-67 senior tea chairman, Jane Voigt; and towel chairman, Shirley Shaw. Mary Hansen and Ruth Waite were appointed to look into the Sentral high school library to see what is needed in the line of reference books. The group plans to use profits from the alumni ball games that were held this winter to pur chase some of the needed books. Good Ratings To Sentral Music Student Entries FENTON - One hundred and one Sentral high school students participated in the State Large Groups Music contest at Pocahontas over the weekend. A number n rating went to the Boys Glee Club. All other, groups received number I ratings. The band received its I rating for playing "The Minstrels" and "Die Meistersinger", the mixed chorus for singing '"Tls the Evening's Holy Hour" and "Give Me Your Tired and Your Poor" and the girls glee club for "White Garden" and "Do Lord". Mary Lou Larsen was accompanist for the glee clubs and Delana Votteler for the mixed chorus. Directors for the groups are Mr. and Mrs. Warren Jones. Plan Plant Sale FENTON - The Fenton Legion Auxiliary met last week at the home of Mrs. Burnett Heine. Mrs. W. Laage gave a report EVERYONE LOVES A PAINT HOMOGENIZED" PAINTS • No Mixing! 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Cancer Drive Report FENTON - Mrs. Herschel Hartman, chairman of the Cancer Drive for Fenton township, reported a total of $143 was collected in the recent drive. She wishes to thank everyone for their cooperation. Volunteer workers were Mrs. Paul Voigt, Mrs. Jack Gerhart, Mrs. Ida Dreyer, Mrs. Kenneth Bollinger, Mrs. Ray Kading, Mrs. Hans Baago, Mrs. Dale Schroeder, Mrs. Dale Wegener and Mrs. Maurice Weisbrod. Fenton 4-H Met FENTON - The Fenton Pro- gressor's 4-H Club met last week at the home of Henry Ostwald. Roll call was answered by eighteen members. Plans were discussed for the community service activities which are to be participated In by each club this year. DeLon Jentz and Gene Hartman were named as delegates to the district 4-H camp. New materials were handed out to the members by the leaders. Lunch was served by the host. Prom On Friday FENTON ^Sentral high school DEKALB ~~ SEED AVAILABLE I have several choice adapted DeKalb corn varieties on hand. 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