The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 22, 1966 · Page 15
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 15

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 22, 1966
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J SEPT. 22, 1966 4-Alflona (la.) Upper DM Molnei Young Fenton Nurse Will Return To Africa In Nov. FENTON - Susan M. Hantelman R. N., daughter of the William Hantelman's, Fenton, has 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 8 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, wo- mens - chlldrens, and mens ward. It also has an active maternity department. In April of 1965, another nurse, Annie Volgt from Concordla, Missouri joined Susan in Nigeria and they moved about 300 miles north to live in a Nigerian vil- NOTICE OUR STORE WILL BE CLOSED FOR TWO WEEKS from SEPT. 26 thru OCT. 8 (except for receipt of freight shipments) PETERSEN FURNITURE Fenton, Iowa BIC FAMILY WRINGER WASHERS If you prefer a wringer washer, here is the world's finest and most dependable. The stainless steel tub nests Inside a welded steel chassis, forming a double wall design which insulates the tub qnd keeps the water hot longer. Here's economy; here's long life; here's washing speed. Buy now and pay only if\ per month. STOEBER HARDWARE Fenton, Iowa SHOP in your HOME COMMUNITY Fenton Business & Professional Directory FRIENDLY FENTON INVITES YOU FENTON PRODUCE - Lloyd Sundo Golden Sun Feeds GERALD VOIGT INSURANCE Fenton, Iowa HANTELMAN BUILDING SERVICE For Building • Remodeling PHONE 889-3281 Fenton, Iowa Dr. E. W, Ruske DfNTIST Office Phone 885-2248 Residence 889-2353 Fenton, Iowa FENTON DRUG R.C.A. Dealer T-V Sales * Service Phone 889.2713 =RIENDLY TON. IOWA fenfon lage for six months to study the Yala language. In October of ' 1965, Annie and Susan opened an out patient clinic at Yahe. They saw 400 patients 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. Measles is the largest cause of death in children under five years of age, whopping cough and tetanus are very prevalent. Susan says "These things can be prevented by immunization, and this is where our efforts are directed. Personnel is our greatest need at the moment. Doctors and nurses are desperately needed to help teach the Nigerian people to care for each other." Susan will be speaking and showing her slides at St. John's Lutheran Church on October 11 at 8 p.m. This will be sponsored by the Lutheran Laymens League and will be open to the public. Sunday evening supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Douglas were Mr. and Mrs. Vern Swltzer and Cindy and Mr. and Mrs. Ezra Curtis and family all of Spirit Lake, and Mr. and Mrs. Merle Voigt and family of Fenton. The occasion was in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Douglas' anniversary and Mrs. Douglas* birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Bollinger attended a farewell party for the Dwight Deckers of Lone Rock on Wednesday evening. Also attending were Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Bollinger of Lone Rock and Mr, and Mrs. James Kressln of Whittemore. St. Luke's Lutheran church will have its regular Confirmation classes on Saturday but because of several of the students playing in the band September 24, October 1 and 15, there will be classes for them on Wednesday evenings from 4:00 until 6:00. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Alt and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Wegener returned late last week from a vacation in Minnesota. The LWML Rally will be held Monday, September 26, at Peace Lutheran church In West Bend. Registration is from 9:30 to 10:30. Speakers for the day will be Mr. Watkins and Miss Susan Hantelman. The Fenton ball team and their wives and girl friends enjoyed a supper at the Sirloin House in Fairmont on Saturday evening. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. William Bruhn, Mr. and Mrs. James Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Halnzinger, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Reimers, Dr. and Mrs. Jerry Waite, Marvin Bollinger, Larry Sorensen, Jack Munch, Lee Preston, Wayne Preston, Daryl Preston and Jean and Dennis Geitzenauer. Eldon Hantelman and Larry Buscher drove to Kansas City, Kansas on Monday September 19, to bring home the Hantelman's daughter, Faye, who rode with friends from Denver, Colorado, to Kansas City. Faye has been employed at the Mountain States Telephone Directory Service for several years. Faye and Jerry Bolknop will be married Octo- ver 15 at St. John's Lutheran Church in Fenton. Mr. Belknop is employed with the Internal Revenue Service in Salt Lake City, Utah. Sentral Band To Participate At I.S.U. Event FENTON- The Sentral Community High School Band will travel to Iowa State University at Ames on Saturday to participate in the 13th annual High School Band Day. Bands will participate in a mass band performance during the the half time ceremonies at the Iowa State and Oklahoma football game. About seventy-seven students from Sentral will be involved. A rehersal is set for 10:00 on Saturday morning for the mass band preformance in the afternoon. October 1 and 15 are also busy dates for the Sentral Band with Festivals at Estherville and Algoua. Queen candidates will be selected this week for the Festivals. St. John's Aid Plans Guest Day FENTON - St. John's Lutheran Ladies Aid recently held a Guest Day with the Ladies Aids of Lotts Creek, Swea City, Burt, and Fairville invited. Speakers of the afternoon were Miss Susan Hantelman and Mr. Bloubom of Fort Dodge. About one hundred and fifty ladies were in attendance. Hostesses for the afternoon were Mrs. Wm. Jentz, Mrs. Ervin Krause, Mrs. Gus Krause, Mrs. Willard Menz, Mrs. Ida Dreyer and Mrs. Nina Kracht. SWIMMER Seventeen - year - old Sue Kliebenstein of Iowa Falls has earned 17 state swimming records doing it all in just four years. Sue's accomplishments are more remarkable in that she has overcome three childhood bouts with paralysis. Five Generations A FIVE GENERATION gathering was held recently by a Fenton family group, prior to the moving from Fenton to Armstrong of the eldest of the five generations, Mrs. Miry C. Hansen, who took up residence in the Armstrong Rest Home. Pictured above are Mrs. Edgar English, DeSmet, S. D., Gilbert Saxton of Ringsted who Is the father of Mrs. English, Florence Saxton of Fenton, who is the mother of Gilbert, and Mary C. Hansen who Is the mother of Florence. Mrs. English is holding her son, Billy Edward English, age four months, the fifth generation. Blakjer Group Holds Meeting Near Seneca SENECA - Blakjer ALCW met at the church parlors Thursday with Mrs. Ted Jensen, hostess, and Mrs. Raymond Bergum, co- hostess. During the business meeting, the group voted to have a missionary as guest speaker for their fall mission box or thankoffering program. Mrs. Jerry Wilberg had charge of devotions and presented the cause of the month which was parish education. Bible study was presented by Mrs. Fred Johannesen. The program closed with worship offering with Mrs. Wilberg in charge, followed by the doxology and table prayer. - o - ELECT OFFICERS Seneca Progressive Farmer's 4-H club held their September meeting at the home of the Alvin Cyphers with the Wayne Nymans, co-hosts. Principal matter of business was election of new officers for the coming year. Brian Johnson was elected president, Dick Lynch, vice president, JoAnn Bernhard, secretary, Tim Lynch, treasurer, Edward Bergum, reporter and Dennis Wilberg, sergeant-at-arms. Following the business meeting, Tom Bergum and Arlen Nyman conducted a short recreational period. • - o - ANNOUNCE ENGAGEMENT Mr. and Mrs. James Allen, Winnebago, Minn., have announced the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Jean Mae, to Daryle Gene Preston, son of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Preston of Swea City. Miss Allen was graduated from Winnebago High School in 1963. Daryle is a 1961 graduate of Sentral Community High School and has completed three years of duty with the United States Army. He is now farming. The wedding has been set for Nov. 12. - o - Labor Day guests at the Cecil Baldwins included their son and wife, Dr. 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. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Kuecker and Barbie, Minneapolis, came for the funeral of William Stoeber, and also visited with Mrs. Kuecker's sister and family, the Clarence Osborns. Mrs. Archie Whitman of East Chain, Minn, and her daughter, Shirley, Mrs. Kent Olsen of Fairmont, were Friday callers at the Henry Loofts. Mrs. Cecil Baldwin entertained the Jolly Jokers Club at her home Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Crouch attended the funeral of Earl's aunt, M's. Nellie Baker, at Mason City, Wednesday. Mrs. Clarence Osborn and David spent several days with the former's sister and family, the Arnold Kueckers, Minneapolis, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Hoppe, Truman, Minn., were Sunday callers at the David Loofts. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Crouch drove to Minocqua, Wise. Labor Day weekend where they met their daughter, Bonnie, and brought her home with them. Bonnie and another college girl worked at a private home during the summer months at their lakeside cottage. The Crouchs took Bonnie back to Morningside College, Sioux City, Monday, where she will begin her sophomore year. Sunday callers at the Bertha Olsen home included Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Brayton, Algona, and their son, Michael, who has just returned from duty In Viet Nam; also Mrs. Clara Olsen of Eureka, Calif., a sister-in- law; Mr s. Albert Danielson, Mrs. Arthur Sorenson, John and Faith, and Becky Hoein, all of Armstrong. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Thompson, accompanied by By ronHauge of Bancroft, visited with Mrs. Thompson's and Mr. Hauge's mother at Forest City. The elder Mrs. Hauge has not been in the best of health recently. She is staying at her daughter's home. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Jensen took their daughter, Jill, back to school at Augustana College, Sioux Falls, Sunday and while there were guests at Parent's Day. Edwin Brighton, whose home is in the state of Washington, accompanied his sister, Mrs. Edith Anderson, to the Bertha Olsen home Wednesday evening for a visit with the Olsens. Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Olsen visited the former's sister, Mrs. Edna Thompson, who is now a patient at a hospital at Colo, la. 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, she recuperated at the home of her daughter until her recent admission to the Colo hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Otis England of Ringsted accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Krause and Mr. and Mrs. Art Krause of Fenton to the Herbie Krause home at Mason City. The occasion was the birthday anniversaries of Herbert Krause and Mrs. Herbie Krause. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Stoeber of Fenton, and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Richards of Mosa, Ariz., were Wednesday evening guests of the Clarence Osborns. Hold Shower For Newlyweds FENTON - An open- house shower was held Thursday evening at- the Fenton Methodist Church for Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Zwiefel, Mrs. Kenley Zwiefel acted as mistress of ceremonies. Rev. Eldridge opened the evening with devotions. Mr. and Mrs. Ken Zwiefel, Daryl Zwiefel and Jeanean Zwiefel sang "How Great Thou Art" and "O Perfect Love". Paula Berkland gave a piano solo. Lela Schlei read the story of Mrs. Zwiefels life, which had been written by Mrs. Zwiefels mother, Mrs. Ted Colgrove. Rosana Householder closed the program with a reading entitled "What a man gets for $ 5." Hostesses for the evening were Mrs. Derwood Voigt, Eugene Huskamp, Clarence Arbogast, E. A. Helland, Clarence Bierstedt, Marold Schlei, Hilbert Bierstedt, Harold Wehrspan, Clarence Menz, Don Shaw, David Berkland, Elwin Schlei, Kenneth Johnson, Dale Volgt, Dale Welsbrod, Clifford Douglas, Merle Voigt and Ralph Nicols. Mrs. Clarence Menz poured. Out of town guests were from Lone Rock, Cylinder, Rolfe, Pocahontas and Fort Dodge. The Zwiefels are living in West Bend where he is the industrial arts teacher in the high school. BANCROFT Mr. and Mrs. Charles McGulre Bill, Ed, Tom and Kristy, Mr. and Mrs. Martin McGuire and family, Mr. and Mrs. Don Degen and family, Inez Hood, Monica Baker, Stephen Brandenburg of Armstrong and Mr. and Mrs. Don Schiltz and family of Estherville attended a family pot luck supper at the John McGuire home Sept, 4. Mrs. Frank Brink, Mrs. Joe Wollner and Jeannie visited George Gengler at his home, Whittemore, Sept. 12. Dick McCleish, son of Mr. and Mrs. Glen McCleish, left Sept. 11 to begin his second year at Mason City Junior College. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Wollner and Jeannie took their daughter Ann to Cedar Falls Sept. 11 to begin the fall semester at State College of Iowa. Kristy McGuire left Sept. 12 to begin her sophomore year at St. Catherine's College in St. Paul. Eddie McGuire began his senior year at la. State University at Ames and Bill McGuire left Sept. 10 to drive to Alabama where he will teach at Northeast Junior College. They are all children of Mr. and Mrs. Chas McGuire. Mrs. Charles McGuire, Bill and Kristy were Sept. 14, supper guests at the Don Schltz home in Estherville. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Blocker recently accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Richard Klein of Ashton to Sioux City where they served as sponsors for the Klein's newly adopted baby girl. Mrs. Julius Bolllg entered St. Ann hospital Sept. 11 for tests and x-rays. Nancy Bollig of Mankato visited last weekend at the parental Gordon Bolllg home. FENTON CAFE SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 24 5 p.m. to 7 p. m. - $1.00 Swiss Steak Mashed Potatoes and Gravy Vegetable Salad Homemade Breads Drink OPEN SUNDAY (71*) THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL Ponton, low* Experienced Embalmtrs and Funeral Directors Reliable 24 Hour Ambulance Service Funeral May Be Referred To Us With Confidence Phonti FENTON 889.2796 RINOSTED 866-1006 866-1001 866-1970 Published By The Upper DM MoinM • .Hnq Co., Alaond, Iowa I JOAN BOILINOIR • New* Editor . Kathy and Albert Deitering and Ted Mikula, all of Chesaning, Mich., visited two days last week at the home of their cousin, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Deitering. Pfc. Michael Dixon, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Dlxon, recently returned to Great Lakes Naval Hospital after a 30-day leave. He will undergo treatment as an out patient, for wounds sustained in Viet Nam. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Mulligan and Mrs. Florence Mulligan attended the wedding of Donald Braun and Janet Kordell at St. Paul Sept. 3. Mr. Braun is the son of the former Deloris Lynch of Bancroft. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bernhard are parents of a baby boy, Anthony Jay, born Sept. 8 at St. Ann hospital. He joins 8 brothers and sisters at home. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Bernhard of Bancroft, CARD OF THANKS I wish to thank all my relatives and friends for the many cards and visits while t was a patient at Holy Family hospital. A special thanks to Rev. Spicer for his prayers and visits. These kindnesses will always be remembered. Alvlna Fuhr. (72*) TURN THIS "WILDCAT" LOOSE IN YOUR CORNFIELDS! The all hew Stan-Hoist Wildcat Shredder tears, chops, shreds, chews, cuts tough, heavy corn stalks to ribbons! Full 66-; nch cutting width. Adjustable rear doors place trash right where you want it. Won't windrow! Floating action a lows "Wildcat" to ride, hug the ground better. Optional hitch allows you to turn on a dime ... no more med to worry about sharp turns! No knuckle bind or ijattle! WEISBROD IMPLEMENT CO. FENTON, IOWA BABY PIGS GET A HEAD START Felco Sweet Pig Starter ASP-Aureo SP250 Is a specially sweetened medicated formula that gets baby pigs on dry feed sooner and protects them against scours at the same time. Sugar on rolled oats satisfies the baby pigs' desire for sweetness, and the difficult problem of getting adequate antibiotics into the pigs at an early age is also solved. When baby pigs are given a feed they really go for and get protection from infection too, they're bound to grow faster and stay healthier. A quantity supply of clean water plus the quality feed Felco Sweet,Pig Starter ASP-Aureo SP250 add up to big baby pigs. Come in Right Away FENTON Go-Op Elevator Fenton, Iowa Another 100% farmtr Owned FEICO Cooptrofive SECURITY CONFIDENCE Your Bank Is Here To Serve Your bank is here to serve. This means net only the usual banking transactions — checking accounts, cashing checks, savings accounts — but some of the more personal matters. 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