The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 23, 1966 · Page 11
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 23, 1966
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** JUNE 23, 1966 j Gladys Straley Elected Head Of Fenton Auxiliary FENTON * The Fenton Legion Auxiliary met for Its June meeting at the home of Gladys Straley. The ladies completed six lap robes and sent them to the Glenwood State School. Memorials of $2 were given for Carl Mortensen and Elizabeth Alalson, past national president of the auxiliary, The poppy proceeds of $25 were sent in, The group also sent $2.50 to the Woodward State School this month. Election of officers was held with the following results:presi- dentf Gladys Straley; vice president, Lois Voigt; secretary, Myrtle Baago; treasurer, Florence Greinert; chaplain, Ruth Waite; sergeant at arms, Lois Voigt; and historian, Susan Bruhn. - o - Mrs, Anna Meyer and Elsie Meyer returned from a trip to Sylvan Grove, Kans., last week. While there they attended the wedding of Eunice Peter and Dean Thaemert. Eunice is a granddaughter of Mrs. Anna Meyer. They also visited with the Les Walter and James Winckler families. Mr. and Mrs. Hans Baago and Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Huskamp attended the North Iowa Methodist church conference in Mason City last Wednesday. Sunday evening supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Hantelman were Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Peterson of Portland, Ore., Mr. and Mrs. Norman Bellinger and girls, and Bill Hassel. Mr. and Mrs. Peterson are Mrs. Hantelman's parents and are house guests there this week. Renee Hantelman plans to return to Portland with them for a visit. Guests of the Melvin Theisens after the dance recital were Mr. and Mrs. Bill Dreyer, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Dreyer and girls, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Uthof and family, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Bellinger and girls, Mrs. Pete Thiesen of Lakota, and Mark and Rita Luedtke. Mark and Rita were also overnight guests. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Bollinger and Mrs. Sophia Wichtendahl were Sunday evening guests of the Wilmar Wichtendahls of Kill Those Weeds NOW IS THE TIME! WE HAVE WHAT YOU NEED JIM MEYER I WNE ROCK PH. Stamford Qil Tank Wagon Service MMMM* BANK OF AMERICA TRAVELERS CHEQUES CASTLE IN SPAIN SWEEPSTAKES GRAND PRIZE A 14-day vacation for two in a castle in Spain. First class air fare for two via TWA StarStream Jet, an elegant castle suite, meals, use of a car, a chauffeur and two personal servants, and $1000 in Bank of America Travelers Cheques included! SECOND PRIZE A1967 Mustang, fully equipped 15 THIRD PRIZES Complete Bell & Howell 8-mm home movie outfits 50 FOURTH PRIZES Matched Samsonite luggage sets 250 FIFTH PRIZES Kodak Hawkeye Instamatic camera outfits NOTHING TO BUY ! Just Get Your Free Entry Blank Here ! 1 R S T TRUST W S A V I N OS BANK ARMSTRONG OFFICE Av FENTON BANK OF AMERICA TRAVeifcHS CHEQUES MONEY ONLY YOU CAN SPEND Ifeniiw Lone Rock. Mrs. E. J. Frank, Mrs. Don Shaw and Mrs. Howard Rabey and 'children spent last weekend at the Bob Johansen home at Minneapolis. While there they attended a luncheon - bridal shower for Carol Shaw, given by the personnel of the University of Minnesota pharmacy department. Miss Shaw is being married to Art Swanson of Taylor Falls, Minn., on August 13 at the Fenton Methodist church. 300 Tour Fair Exhibits At Whittemore FENTON - The first of two weekend mission fairs attracted many people to St. Paul's Lutheran school, Whittemore, on Saturday evening, June 18. The mission fairs are under the auspices of the Lutheran Women's Missionary leagues of the 12 Missouri Synod Lutheran congregations in the Algona zone. The second mission fair will be almost identical to the one at Whittemore and will be held in the educational unit of St. Paul's Lutheran church, Garner, la., on June 25 and 26. Each congregation of the circuit arranged a display booth filled with pictures, maps, tracts, and many curios which came directly from the foreign mission fields. Purpose of the fair is to give information about the work of the Christian church. During the fair each booth is staffed by persons who explain the work done by the missionaries. By visiting the booths, visitors are able to take an imaginary world tour of Lutheran mission fields. Materials from these countries were gathered and displayed by the ladies of St. Luke's, Cylinder; Our Savior's, Swea City; Peace, West Bend; St. John's, Fenton; Zion, LuVerne; Immanuel, Lone Rock; Trinity, Algona; St.^Paul's, Garner; St. John's, Garner; _Immanuel, Livermore; and St. Paul's, Whittemore. In addition, an American Bible Society display was prepared by St. John's, Burt; a display of world-wide Lutheran broadcasting was prepared by the zone Lutheran Laymen's League; and a youth mission work display by the Algona zone Walther League. The 14 mission display booths, erected in the classrooms of Whittemore Lutheran school, were opened to visitors at7p.m. on Saturday. Some 300 people toured the displays that evening to see such things as a model New Guineau bush house, a scale model of a Nigerian hospital compound, Korean, Japanese, Chinese and Philippine costumes, an Indian rice huller, handmade linen articles and jewelry from Central and South America. At 8 p. m. on Saturday, an hour's program was presented in the school's gymnasium-auditorium. A sound movie produced in India and entitled, "Launch Out Into The Deep", was shown. The Rev. Ronald F. Halamka, missionary to we people of Taiwan and president of Concordia Seminary in the city of Chia Yi, showed colored slides and told of mission activities. Refreshments were served by the ladies of the Lutheran Women's Missionary league to all mission fair visitors. At 10:30 p. m. on Saturday, the first day of the mission fair was over. Sunday morning, missionary Halamka spoke at a combined worship service composed of numerous congregations from the Algona circuit. - o Mr, and Mrs. Kaye Ruske and Miss Judy Eigler of Colorado Springs, Colo., spent the last week with Mr. and Mrs. Paul Eigler and Dr. and Mrs. Ernesl Ruske. Judy just completed a year as speech therapist at the United States Air Force Acacemy public school and the Deaf and Blind school. She will be a full time therapist at the Deaf and Blind school next year. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Bollinger and girls were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Bellinger's grandmother, Mrs. C. C. Gushing of Fairmont. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Jvan Cushing and Tom of Spencer, Judy Connley of Mason City spent Tuesday visiting with Judy Eigler. The women were college classmates at the State University of Iowa. Co-Op Managers At Workshop Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Lura and children enjoyed a few days at Vacation Village, Lake Okoboji, during which time a workshop for manager of cooperative elevators was held. Mr. Lura manages the Fenton Co-op Elevator. Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Guess of LuVerne were others In attend* ance. Mr. Guess manages the LuVerne Co-op Elevator. New Sub-Station For Iowa Power FENTON - Iowa Electric Light and Power Co. is constructing a new power sub-station at the intersection of highway 44 and county road A, the blacktop leading from Fenton to Lone Rock. The new sub-station will provide a better tie-in between power lines from four directions, and enable the firm to increase power in all directions and generally provide better service with less chance of interruption. - o - The Men's Club and their wives met at Fairville Lutheran church on Sunday evening for a picnic. The two weeks of vacation Bible school at St. Luke's Fairville' brought in about $44 which was sent to the Concordia tract fund for producing a supply of Sunday School sheets for use in the foreign missions fields. The offering at the program on Sunday afternoon, along with a special collection taken previously at the Ladies Aid, amounted to about $36. This will be given to help bring the family of Ismirs to the United States. Monday evening supper guests of the Wm. Hantelmans were Mr. and Mrs. Kaye Ruske and Judy Eigler of Colorado Springs, and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Eigler. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Mitchell spent. several days last week visiting' with Mr.- and Mrs. Arnold Heller at Marble Rock. The A. L. C. W. of St. John's Lutheran church at Depew met last week with Mrs. Russel Johnson and Mrs. Tillman Egland as hostesses. Mrs. Larry Egland was in charge of the program, "Courtship and Marriage." The program featured modeling of 16 wedding gowns which dated from 1895 to the present time. Several songs were sung and Rev. Johnson explained the meaning of the marriage vows. Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank McFall were Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Weiske, Kent and Paula of Cedar Rapids. On Saturday evening theMcFallsand Weiskes were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Rusch. On Sunday the Weiskes and Mr. and Mrs. Rusch and Margo were dinner and supper guests of the McFalls. The Weiskes left Monday morning and were going to visit with Mr. Weiske's mother at Burt before returning to Cedar Rapids. Golfer - One who yells, "FORE," takes six and writes down five, I I By th« Upp*f Off Matt* 1 PublUWna Co., Al&otid, Iowa I JOAN BOUINOW • M*w* tdget Z Seneca 4-H On Annual Project Tour SENECA - The Seneca Progressive Farmers 4-H Club held their annual club tour Friday evening, June 17. The group assembled at Seneca and drove to the Fred Johannesen farm where Rickie showed a baby beef. At the Raymond Bergums, Edward showed his hog project, poultry and entomology. Ross and Brian Johnson exhibited their hog projects and Tom Bergum, hogs and his "show" chickens. At the John Nymans the group saw John's dairy calf and Randy Kabrick showed his beef project. The Nyman twins, Darrel and Douglas, also their brother, Arlen, had dairy cattle and a garden as their projects. At the Delmar Fischer home Steve showed his hogs and his tree identification project. Mike Cyphers had dairy and entomology as his exhibit and Steve Cherland showed beef. The group drove to the Robert Lynch farm where Ellen, Tim and Theresa showed beef projects. Rodney and Kathy Jensen also had beef cattle for their projects as did Tom, Dick and Don Lynch. At the Parsons home, Charles, Patty and Trudy showed hogs as did- Jo Ann Bernhard, daughter of the Paul Bernhards. The group traveled to the Henry Wilbergs and saw Dennis" baby beef and their final stop was at the Calvin Vaudts, where Randy showed his hog exhibit. The group then returned to Seneca where they climaxed the tour with refreshments. Parents accompanying the boys were Mr. and Mrs. Amey Cherland, Delmar Fischer, Mr. and Mrs. Art Bergum, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wilberg, Paul Bernhard, Mrs. Alvin Cyphers, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lynch, Wayne Lynch, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Jensen and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Bergum. Also accompanying the group on their club tour was the new Extension associate, Dennis Cumberland and his wife from Algona. - o James Bergum, who is in the ALL YOU CAN EAT $1.00 Barbecued Ribs Choice of Potatoes Homemade Bread Salad Drink 5:00 - 7:00 p. m. Saturday night FENTON CAFE Fenton, Iowa (48*) Ruta's Yarn & Sweet Shop Open Sundays EFFECTIVE AT ONCE 8 A.M. • 3 P.M. ir Delicious French Fried Chicken Fresh Home-Made Pies and Rolls Daily. 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