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i 2-Alaono, (la.) Upper DM Molnw I § Thurtdoy, Nov. 10, 1966 i ®J)je ifetttiw Blatter [3 ftmmmmmmmmmmmmm Theo. 8. Naig, W, Cylinder, Rites Nov. 5 Theodore B, Naig, 69, who farmed near Cylinder, died last Thursday morning Not. 3, at Palo Alto County Hospital. He had been in failing health for several years. Funeral services were held at 10 a.m. last Saturday at St. John's Lutheran Church, north of Cylinder with the Rev. Oliver E. Johnson officiating. Burial was in North St. John's Cemetery. Surviving are his wife, Elsie; a son Donald, at home; three daughters, Mrs. Thomas Hamilton, Emmestburg, Mrs. Donald Twait, Fenton, Mrs. Ardin Twaiten, Cylinder; 10 grandchildren; two brothers, Tom and Torger, both of Cylinder; five sisters, Mrs. Thomas Gjerde and Mrs. Ulrich Juhl,.both of Emmetsburg, Mrs. Chris Christiansen and Mrs. Melvin Egland, both of Cylinder, and Mrs. John Tow, Rose Creek, Minn. A half-sister and three half-brothers also survive. Born at Norway, Iowa, Mr. Naig came to the Cylinder area as an infant and lived here ever since. In 1922 he married Elsie Lawrence at Ruthven. Mr. Naig was a member of St. John's Church. Fairville Aid Elects New Unit Officers FENTON - The Ladles Aid of St. Luke's Lutheran church at Fairville met last Thursday for its November meeting. Rev. Bliss was in charge of devotions and led the discussion on the Book of Amos. President Mrs. Johnson reported on the fall LWJ4L latyy andlhe Lutheran Home T Flftding Society Auxiliary meeting. The group voted to send a memorial to the Lutheran Hour in memory of former Pastor Stahmer, who passed away last week of a heart attack. The group also 'voted to collect clothes for World Relief this fall. The clothing must be at the church basement Nov. 20. Mrs. Paul Volgt and Mrs. Gene Wegener volunteered to pack the clothes for shipping. Plans were made for sending Christmas gifts this year. The group decided to either bring boxes for Cherokee or money for patients to buy canteen cards with, They then voted to send cash gifts to the following: Bethesda Lutheran Home, American Bible Society, CARE, School for the Deaf, Boys' Ranch in North Dakota, the Palo Alto and Kossuth county chapters for retarded children, and Susan Hantelman for her missionary work in Nigeria. Election of officers was held with the following results : president, Mrs. Harlan Elmers ; vice president, Mrs. William Bruhn; secretary, Mrs. Richard Preston ; treasurer, Mrs. David Berkland; Lutheran Women's Missionary Legaue treasurer, Mrs. Lyle Haack; flower chairman, Mrs. Elmer Greinert; kitchen committee, Mrs. Walter Pertl and Mrs. Winston Kerber ; membership committee, Mrs. Lloyd Bleckwenn and Mrs. Anna Bleckwenn; telephone committee, Mrs. Fred Frink and Mrs. Ervin Schmellng; activity committee, Mrs. H. R. Pettlt, chairman, and Mrs. Lyndon Kerber THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL Ptnton, l«w« fxptrlonctd Imtalmtn and Funtral Dirtctors lUJIable 24 Hour Ambulanct S«rvlc« Funtral May It fttff rrtfl To ^i With Ceitfldtnct riNTON «9-27»« RINOSTIO 1*4*1006 1*40001 Mrs. Finnestad Will Head St. John's Aid In New Year FENTON - The Ladies Aid of St. John's Lutheran church in Fenton met on Wednesday for their November meeting. The film "Born to Witness" was shown for the topic lesson. Mrs. Franklin Rusch was accepted as a new member of the aid. Mrs. Larry Gade gave a report on the LHFS Auxiliary meeting held in Ft. Dodge recently. The following ladles were selected to pack clothing for the clothing drive for World Relief Mrs. Glenn Flint, Mrs. Wtllard Menz, Mrs. Nina Kracht and Mrs. Darrel Dreyer. Election of officers was held, with the following results: president, Mrs. Norman Finnestad; vice president, Mrs. Calvin Vaudt; secretary, Mrs. Larry Gade; treasurer, Mrs. Lloyd Kern; LWML treasurer and Christian Growth chairman, Mrs. John Waite; Auxiliary contactor, Mrs. Nina Kracht; kitchen committee, Mrs. Bennle Berkland, Mrs. Fred Jentz and Mrs. William Hantelman. Hostesses for the afternoon were Mrs. Marvin Luedtke, Mrs. Clara Mueller and Lizzie Meyer, and Mrs. Arnold Hantelman; Christmas committee for 1967, Mrs. Paul Volgt, chairman, and Mrs. David Berkland and Mrs. Lloyd Berkland. The December meeting will be the annual Christmas party and will begin at 1:30. There will be an exchange of secret pal gifts. Hostesses for November were Mrs. Harlan Elmers and Mrs. Lucille Frink. Guests of the group were Mrs. John Wegener, Mrs. Lyle Jensen and Mrs. Kenny Stelne. ^^ Barbara Wehrspan, daughter of the Harold Wehrspans, was home over the weekend from her teaching position at Corning. Mrs. Norman Bellinger and girls were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Bellinger's grandmother, Mrs. Laura Gushing at Fairmont. Also visiting Mrs. Gushing were Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Gushing and Tom of Spencer. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Schlei, Mr. and Mrs. ElwinSchlei and family, Mr. and Mrs. Marold Schlei and boys, and Mrs. Ella Waite attended the open l.ouse at the Methodist church at Klemme on Sunday afternoon, from 2 to 4, in honor of the 50th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Josten. Mrs. Josten is Ed Schlei's sister. Mrs. Elwin Schlei and Mrs. Marold Schlei .»assisted with jtyipj serving at the luncheon table. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wehrspan left Saturday evening to visit the George Murphys in Missouri. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Schmidt entertained four tables of 500 at their home Sunday evening. High prize went to Mr. and Mrs. Jerald Reimers and low went to Mr. and Mrs. Duane Hannover. Travel prize was won by James Blerstedt, Relatives here have received this new address for Pvt. George A. Bierstedt: US 55890340 -A- 1-1 Fr. Huachuca, Arizona, Zip Code 85613. The confirmation class at St. Luke's Lutheran church at Fairville will meet on Thursday evening from 6:30 - 8:30 this week only. They will not meet on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Bellinger and girls visited with the Kenneth Bellingers Friday evening. Mrs. Ida Dreyer was a Sunday dinner guest of the Duane Dreyers at Humboldt. The occasion was Duane's birthday. Bob Kohlwes, student at Ames and a former , Fenton area resident. Fenton W.S.C.S. Meeting Held FENTON - The WSCS of the Fenton Methodist church met Thursday with Mrs, Ed Reimers in charge of the worship service. Mrs. Frank McFall had the lesson and was assisted by Mrs. Eugene Huskamp, Mrs. Wilfred Laabs, Mrs. Earl Lufkin, Mrs. Jack Gerhart and Mrs. Floyd Duncan. The group voted to send a cash gin to "Meals of Millions." Hostesses for the afternoon were Mrs. Fred Mortensen, Mrs. Jessie Newel and Mrs. S. E. Straley. Lutheran L. L. 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For many years Dr. Rehwinkel has done extensive research on communism and Is perhaps one of the best Informed individuals on that subject today. Sentral Juniors At Career Day FENTON-Sentral High School Juniors attended the Career Day activities at Lakota last Thursday, - o- Weokend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Gade and Mr. and Mrs, Larry Gade were Mr. and Mrs. Richard Goncales and Roger of Chicago, m., and Rosemary and Kristine GadeofDesPlaines. Several Senecans attended the funeral services for Paul Lee who passed away at a rest home in Michigan. Services were held at the Garry Funeral Home at Bancroft, Thursday afternoon with Interment at the Bart Cemetery. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Lee foi>- merly lived south of Depew, Iowa, then moved to Burt where they operated a cafe for a number of years. A brother, Elmer Lee formerly lived in the Seneca area and now lives at Estherville. 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