The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 8, 1966 · Page 4
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DEC. 8, 1966 4—AfgftfMi, (fa.) Upper DM MoinM Tfiurtdoy, D*e. 8, 1966 Roxana Voigt Of Fenton Bride In Nov. 26 Nuptials FENTON - Roxana Sue Voigt of Fenton and John Stanhope Bowman of Falls Church, Va., were married at 2:30 p.m. Nov. 26 at St. Luke's Lutheran Church in Cylinder, Iowa. The double ring ceremony was performed by the Rev. C. L. Bliss. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Voigt of Fenton, Capt, and Mrs. Harlan L. Bowman of Falls Church, Va. are the groom's parents. Mrs. Roger Bobbins of Round Lake, Minn., sister of the bride, was matron of honor. Bridesmaids were Mrs. Joe Culbertson of Swea City, also a sister, and Inez Hannover of Whittemore. The groom's lather served by ptoxy for "his son Jerry Bowman of Torrance, Calif, as best man. Groomsmen were Joe Culbertson of Swea City and Roger Robblns of Round Lake. Ushers were Richard Lohse and Randall Bierle. Doris and Irene Beck were soloists. Following the ceremony, a reception for 175 guests was held in the church parlors. The newlyweds are taking a one-week wedding trip to Florida and then will be at home at 2202 Mohegan Drive, Falls Church, Va., after Dec. 5. Mrs. Bowman, a graduate of Sentral High School at Fenton, will continue her employment as civilian secretary for the Navy in Washington, D.C. Her husband attended college in Japan for two years and also two years at Oregon State University. He will continue his employment with the Department of Interior in Washington, D. C. (Berg Studio Photo) Last Rites At Fenton For Fred Heiden FENTON - Funeral services were held Monday afternoon at Thomas Funeral Chapel in Fenton for Fred E. Heiden, 88, who passed away Friday morning in Holy Family Hospital at Estherville. Rev. Russell Eldridge was in charge of the services. Since suffering a stroke two years ago, Mr. Heiden resided at the Turner Nursing Home at Armstrong. He fell, breaking a hip on November 6 of this year and had been in the hospital since then. He is survived by a sister, Mrs. Ella Walte, of Fenton and by three children. Pallbearers wereLorenSkare, Arnold Hantelman, EldonHantel- man, Olaf Norland, Fred Frink and Gerald Voigt. Burial was at the Fenton Methodist Cemetery. - o - Mr. and Mrs. Doug Goke and Dennis of Milwaukee, Wisconsin spent the Thanksgiving weekend at the parental Rueben Luedtke home. The Luedtke's son, John, also spent his Thanksgiving vacation from Iowa State University at Ames with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. James Bierstedt entertained at a 500 party onSun- day evening. Mr. and Mrs. Jerald Reimers won high and low went to the hosts. The traveling prizes went to Joe Culbertson, Janice Bruhn and Carolyn Berk- SPECIAL SUPPLEMENT FOR FEEDER CATTLE Feeder cattle will really take to Feko Sweet 30-30, a protein and molasses supplement, in pellet form, high in Vitamin A, Vitamin E to help utilize Vitamin A, Vitamin Dj and trace minerals. Felco Sweet 30-30 js formulated to keep cattle on feed toward rapid gains. Felco Sweet 30-30 150 gm. Terramycin or 250 cm. Terramycin can be used very effectively in the first 5 to 7 days it takes cattle to adjust to lot conditions. Felco Sweet 30-30 5 mg. Stilbesterol or 10 mg. Stilbesterol stimulates rapid gains. Felco Sweet 30-30 plain is an excellent supplement during hot weather. So whatever your feeder cattle conditions, Felco Sweet 30-30 will do a top production job. Stop In Right Awiy land. Thanksgiving dinner guests of the Rueben Luedtkes were Mr. and Mrs. Doug Goke and Dennis, Mrs. Pete Doughtery of St. Louis, Missouri, Mrs. Elsie Dreyer, Mr. Harold Dreyer and Mrs. and Mrs. Ray Dreyer and family. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Hantelman and Renee were Sunday evening callers at the Eldon Hantelman home. Mrs. Pete Doughtery of St. Louis Missouri, recently spent several days visiting with her mother, Mrs. Elsie Dreyer and other relatives in the Fenton area. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Dryer, Mr. and Mrs. Rueben Luedtke, Mrs. Elsie Dreyer and Mr. Harold Dreyer were recent dinner guests at the Orville Elnspahr home at Webster City. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Hantelman and Renee moved this past week Into their home in Fenton. The Norman Bellinger family has moved onto their farm. Mr. and Mr Norman Bellinger and girls, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Bellinger, Harvey Bolllnger and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Bolllnger and family of Lone Rock were guests of Gene Tietz's on Monday evening in honor of Mrs. Tlotz's birthday. Fnirvilie Aid Holds Annual Xmas Party FENTON - St. Lukes Ladles Aid of Fairvllle held its annual Christmas party last week at their regular December meeting. There was no business meeting held. Mrs. Orville Welner, Mrs. Richard Preston and Mrs. Arnold Hantelman were in charge of the program, which consisted of group singing of Christmas hymns, several readings and some games which the group participated in. An exchange of gifts and the revealing of Secret Pals was held. Hostesses for the afternoon were Mrs. Fred Frink, Mrs. Roger Frink, Mrs. Elmer Grle- nert and Mrs. LyleHaack. There were several guests present, including Mrs. Albert Langerman, Mrs. Stan Berkland, Mrs. Gerald Langerman, Mrs. Glenn Op- hlem, Mrs. David Clemensonand Mrs. Tillie Grienert, Mrs. Lyle Jensen and Mrs. John Wegener. 2 Area Men Attend Seed Dealer Session The Trojan Seed Company held Its "Star-dealer Meeting" Tuesday, November 22d, at Sac City, Iowa. There were seven hundred qualified people attending. To be qualified the dealer must have made his quota. These Star- dealers represented a nine state area. The Star-dealers and their wives were taken on a conducted tour of the Trojan plant at Sac City afterwhich they were guests of the company for dinner. Highlight of the day was the drawing for the 1967 Cadillac. Ten names were drawn - the first nine receiving gift certificates redeemable in Sac City. The tenth name, Cyril Krelner of Fort Atkinson, Iowa, became the proud winner of the two-door, hardtop Cadillac. Attending the Trojan Star- dealer meeting from the local area were Jerry Wilberg of Fenton and Duane Johannesen of Bancroft. Install Fenton 4-H Officers FENTON - The Fenton Pro- gressors installed new officers at the home of Max Borchardt at their last meeting. They are president - Gary Laabs, vice- president - Ernest Walters, secretary - Kevin Johnson, treasurer - Randy Bierle and reporter and historian Diane Uthof. It was voted to accept the members from the Letts Creek Club. Plans were made to hold a Christmas party December 15 at the Fenton Legion Hall. Each member bringing a guest should also bring a gift for their guest as well as a gift for the package exchange. Business closed with the 4-H Pledge led by Randy Bierle. Max Borchardt gave a talk on "How to clean paint brushes". Lunch was served by the hosts mother. Churches Plan Xmas Programs FENTON - The full program of other years practiced by area Missouri Lutheran Churches will not be undertaken for Christmas this year. This is due to the fact that both Rev. Spicer of St. John's, Fenton and Rev. Vehllng of Immanuel, Letts Creek, have the care of sister congregation Christmas programs at Swea City and Burt. They are not inviting others to be in the program but instead will have the program themselves, without the choir. St, John's Lutheran Church in Fenton will also have a Cantata inside the church on Sunday evening, December 18.- Pack 355 Lbs. Clothing, Relief FENTON - The committee for the clothing drive at St. Lukes Lutheran Church at Fairville reported that they packed 355 pounds of clothing for the Lutheran. World Relief. - o Mr. and Mrs. ErvinGremmels left again Monday for Florida after being called back because of his mother's illness. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Hantelman left for the South on Monday also. St. John's Aid Xmas Party FENTON - The Peach Lutheran Walther League of West Bend has Invited members of St John's and St. Lukes Walther Leagues to a special Christmas Service entitled "The Christ Mass" to be held Wednesday December 21, at 8:00 p.m. in the church sanctuary. Holy Communion will be celebrated at this special service. Lone Rock PO Will Be Open Two Saturdays LONE ROCK - Mrs. Esther McCleish, acting postmaster of the Lone Rock post office, has announced that the office will be open all day Dec. 10 and all day Dec. 17 to accomodate Christmas mailing. PRINTING THAT PULLS doei Jnctice to your btulneii, priced. 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