The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 13, 1966 · Page 10
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Hantelman, Mrs. Arnold Hantelman, Mrs. Norman Bollinger, Mrs. Tom Manly, Mrs. Rueben fenfon Report tv pyblfih«d By th« Uppw DM MoiM* Publishing Co., Alflono, Iowa JOAN BOUINGM N»w* Editor Luedtke, Mrs. Paul Voigt, Mrs. Larry Alt, Mrs. Don Shaw, Mrs. Howard Krause, Mrs. Loren Miller, Mrs. Paul Eigler, Mrs. Fred Frink, Mrs. Gilbert Bleckwenn, Mrs. Albert Langerman, Mrs. Lucille Frink, Mrs. Omar Lenning, Mrs. Walter Jentz, Mrs. William Hantelman, Mrs. Arno Juhl, Mrs. Gus Krause, Mrs. Wilfred Laabs, Mrs. Lloyd Sunde, Mrs. Kenneth Halverson, Mrs. Lloyd Kern, Mrs. Walter Pertl, Mrs. Lyle Jensen, Mrs. Wlllard Menz, Mrs. Al Dlomquist and Mrs. Harvey Henriksen. Fairville Church To Host Rally FENTON - St. Luke's Lutheran Walther League of Fairville will meet Wednesday evening, Oct. 19 for further planning for the fall rally for which they are hosts. Rev. Gundermann of Arcadia has been asked and has accepted the task of speaking at the rally. The Leaguers are planning a hayride for the zojie after the meeting and supper at the rally. NOTICE My barber shop will be open on Wednesday and Friday evenings, effective next week. We will not be open Saturday nights after this week. TONY KAHLER HERE'S HOW 1 MAN DOES THE WORK OF 3 with a Brady Model 144 4-Row Chopper • Pull your tandem disc behind the Brady 4-Row Chopper and do the entire job at one time. • One man can chop and disc up to 100 acres per day. • You do a better job of plowing. Stalks will be finely pulverized and not windrowed or bunched. • You can pull the 4-Row Chopper and disc with your 4-5 plow tractor. • Excellent for clipping idle acres and pastures. • One pass thru the field and you're ready to plow. • Why tie up 2 men and 2 tractors and take twice as long when ons man and one tractor will do the entire job. COME IN NOW . . . AND TAKE A GOOD LOOK AT THE BRADY MODEL 144 4-ROW CHOPPER . . . IT'S A REAL WORKHORSE! WEISBROD IMPLEMENT For perfect comfort get... 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The crowning of the King and Queen and a dance after the game will highlight the activities. Selection of attendants for the King and Queen from the underclassm en were selected as follows: Freshman - Diane Luedtke and Gary Laabs; sophomores Dawn Eldrldge and Kenny Marlow; juniors - Renee Hantelman and Randy Blerle. The candidates from the senior class for King and Queen are as follows: for Queen - Renee Douglas, Holly Krause, Mary Lou Larson and Rita Luedtke; for King- Ron Dacken, Bill Hassel, Mike Lee and Tom Struecker. Fenton Girl Returning To Nigerian Post FENTON - The Ladles Aid of St. Luke's Lutheran church at Fairville met Thursday afternoon for its October meeting. There was no regular business meeting as they had guest day. Rev. Bliss opened the afternoon with hymn singing by the group and devotions. Guest speaker was Susan Hantelman, missionary-nurse home on leave from Nigeria. Miss Hantelman showed slides of her home and the hospital, the medical compounds where she has worked, and also of the people she worked with and some patients. She stated that preventive, rather than curative medicine, was the only hope for the Nigerians. Measles is a very serious and common childhood disease over there and Susan has taken it upon herself to try and raise funds for immunization for the children. Miss Hantelman will be leaving Fenton next week to be back at her "home" by the first of Nov. Hostesses for the afternoon were Mrs. Howard Bruhn, Mrs. Wm. Bruhn, Mrs. Erwin Bruhn and Mrs. Martin Hantelman. - o - Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Gremmels went to Cedar Rapids for a few days last week to be with Mr. Gremmel's mother who is very ill. Rev. and Mrs. Clifford Bliss went to Mason City Friday evening to meet their daughter, Mrs. Grace Leiden from Milwaukee. Mrs. Leiden is going to stay with her mother while Rev. Bliss is in the hospital for surgery. Visitors arriving at the Bliss home on Monday were Mrs. Bliss' brother, Walter Schultz and wife, and two sisters, Mrs. Ella Meyer and Mrs. Helen Meyer, all from North Dakota. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Borchardt of Fenton are presently enjoying an extended vacation in California visiting Mrs. Borchardt's sister, Mr. and Mrs. Ed McAdams at Redlands, Calif., and also other friends and relatives. Mrs. McAdams is the former Sadie Beavers. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Peterson and Steve have vacationed for two weeks in Texas. Mr. and Mrs. GeraldReimers entertained at a 500 party Sunday evening for eight couples. High prize went to Mr. and Mrs. Joe Culbertson, low to Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Bruhn and travel was won by Mrs. Norman Bollinger. Thursday evening visitors at the Wilfred Bierstedts were Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Strand and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Berkland and family and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Barkve, Jr. On Friday evening Mr. and Mrs. Bierstedt and Mr. and Mrs. Larry Alt were supper guests at Fairmont, Rhonda Robbins, daughter of the Roger Robbins, spent several days last week with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Voigt at Fenton. Weekend visitors of Mrs. Ida Dreyer were Mr. and Mrs. Roger Dreyer and family, Sioux City. Sunday afternoon and supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. EdSchlei were Mr. and Mrs. LuVerne Enabnit of Meservey, la. Barry Schmidt, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Schmidt of Sigourney is visiting at the home of his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Olaf Norland. Mrs. Dick Stahl of Texas is visiting at the home of her parents, the Walter Krauses. She is staying with her mother while Mr. Krause is hospitalized at Holy Family hospital in Esther* ville. Weekend guests of the Fred Mortensens were Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Mortensen, Omaha, Nebr. Saturday evening guests at the home of Mrs. Rhinold Laabs and Amanda Schutt were Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Haase, Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Laabs, Armstrong, Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Laabs, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mortensen, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Mortensen, Omaha, Mrs. Arnold Laabs and girls, and Glenn Hantelman. The occasion was in honor of Miss Schutt's birthday. Woman's Society of Christian Service of the Fenton Methodist church met Wednesday with Mrs. Clarence Underwood in charge of devotions and program. More plans for the annual turkey supper were discussed. The date of the supper has been set for Nov. 7. A gift of money was sent to Susan Hantelman for use in her mission work. Mrs. Robert Rice and son were guests of the group. Hostesses for the afternoon were Mrs. Jack Gerhardt, Mrs. Wendell Rusch and Mrs. Arlo Ranney. Name Officers At Quarterly St. Lukes Session FENTON - Voters assembly of St. Luke's Lutheran church at Fairville met last Tuesday evening for their quarterly meeting. Election of new officers was held. Following are the results: Kenneth Johnson is to serve one more year as chairman; Orville Weiner was chosen to serve as vice chairman for one year, followed by a two-year term as chairman. Wilfred Bierstedt was chosen as elder; Ervin Gremmels as trustee; Eugene Wegener as finance board member ; Arnold Nielson as auditing committee; and Norman Bollinger as assistant Sunday School superintendent, with Howard Bruhn advancing from assistant to superintendent. There will be no Saturday confirmation classes at St. Luke's Lutheran church at Fairville on Oct. 15 or 22. Church services will be at 8:30 with Sunday School at 9:30 on Oct. 16 and ,23. The speaker these two Sundays will be Rev. Ostermeier from West Bend. The 16th is to be St. Luke's Fall Mission Day. St. John's Aid Hears Reports On LWML Rally FENTON - The Ladies Aid of St. John's Lutheran church at Fenton met Wednesday afternoon with Rev. Rex Spicer leading devotions and giving the lesson. Reports on the LWML Rally held recently at West Bend were given by Mrs. Dick Jentz and Mrs. William Hantelman. Mrs. Larry Gade and Mrs. Calvin Vaudt were chosen as delegates to the Auxiliary meeting of the Home Finding Society to be held Oct. 18 at Ft. Dodge. The nominating committee for the November election of officers is Mrs. Harold Elmers as chairman and Mrs. Frank Dreyer and Mrs, Donald Hainzinger. Guests of the group were Mrs. Larry Ramus, Mrs. Stanley Berkland, Mrs. Eldon Hurlburt, Mrs. Don Hurlburt, Mrs. Amanda Kern, Mrs. Art Mueller and Mrs. Dora Schwarfzenbach. Hostesses for the afternoon were Mrs. Lloyd Kern, Mrs, Herman Maas and Mrs. James Meyer. Australia is the only continent in which the blowgun was unknown. In Europe, folk legend credits the hedgehog with being a weather prophet. SENECA - Mrs. John Johannesen was hostess to the Modern Mixers Club at her home Tuesday afternoon. Members answered roll call by giving their most useful "Heloise Hint." Plan,? were made for the silent auction of baked foods which are to be brought to the November meeting, the proceeds to be sent to the Christian Home at Council Bluffs, la. Mrs. Herbert Krause will be the November hostess. - o Mr. and Mrs. Henry Looft were co-hosts at a birthday party honoring the former's mother, Mrs. Bertha Pommer, last Thursday evening at the Gerrit DeWaard home, rural Titonka. Guests were the Pommer children and included Mr. and Mrs. Dick Franzen, rural Titonka, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Pommer, Britt, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Pommer, Wesley, and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Meyer, Woden. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Osborn and two other couples from Carroll, la., visited briefly at the Clarence Osborn and Russell Kauffman homes while enroute to Alexandria, Minn., where they spent the. weekend fishing. The Osborn children, Debra and Craig, stayed with their grandparents, the Clarence Osborns and the Kauffmans. Mrs. Hans Duer visited recently at Omaha and Albion, Nebr. While at Albion she met her new granddaughter, daughter of the Bob Maybons. Mrs. Maybon is the former Nadine Duer. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wilberg and Dennis spent the weekend at Topeka, Kans. where they visited with their son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Wilberg. Vernon is stationed at an air force base there. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Jensen attended Homecoming festivities at Luther College at Decorah over the weekend, being guests of the Gordon Christensens. Mr. Christensen was at one time superintendent of the Seneca Consolidated School. Ted is a Luther alumnus. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Looft spent the weekend with their son and family, the Jack Loofts at Rochester, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. August Nelson visited last week at the Fred Brown home at Mason City. They were accompanied by Mrs. Nellis Thorson of Ringsted. 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Teaching Changes FENTON- The Fenton Methodist church Sunday School department has had several changes made in its teaching personnel. Changes include Mrs. Curtis Lura, who is teaching the junior high class with Kenley Zwlefel as her substitute. Willard Menz will be teaching the high school class and Mrs. James Jackson will be his substitute. Mrs. Clarence Osborn will be teaching both the men and women's classes. Those who had been serving included Rev. and Mrs. Eldridge for the men and women's classes. SHOP in your HOME COMMUNITY Fenton Business & Professional Directory FRIENDLY FENTON INVITES YOU FENTON PRODUCE - Lloyd Sunde Golden Sun Feeds GERALD VOIGT INSURANCE Fenton, Iowa HANTELMAN BUILDING SERVICE For Building • Remodeling PHONE 889*2281 Fenton, Iowa Dr. E. W. Rutke DENTIST Office Phone 889*2241 Resident* 889-2353 Fenton, Iowa FENTON DRUG R.C.A. 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