The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 24, 1957 · Page 14
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ifenfan Mission Speaker Coming, Fenton Methodist Church Penlon — The Fenton Methodist church will join more than 700 Methodist churches in Iowa on October 27 to 31 si in the Methodist Mission 1o Iowa, a statewide evangelistic campaign, according to the Rev. Harvey A. Walker, pastor. In the planning stages for two years, the Mission to Iowa will be held in two phases with ministers from the southern half of the state visiting the northern Iowa churches from October 27 to 31 and northern Iowa ministers returning the "visits November 17-21. Visiting minister in the Fenton Methodist church will be the Rev. John Latta from Orient, Iowa. ___ Included in the activities of the Mission here will be five sermons by Rev. Latla. Monday evening has been designated as Youth night, with a pot-luck supper for all members of the congregation at 7 p.m. followed by services at 8 p.m. The Gene Circle of the Methodist church met Oct. 16 in the church basement. Sixteen mem- bers and two guests were pre sent. Mrs Gerald Gochenoui was in charge of the devotions and Mrs Curtis Lura presented the lesson. Following the adjournment of the meeting, lunch was served by Mrs Earl Crouch and Mrs Myron Speer. A service in observing a week of Prayer and Self Denial will be held in the Fenton Methodist chapel. October 25, at 1:30 p.m. The Helen Circle of the Methodist church held its October meeting in the home of Mrs E. C. Weisbrod with Mrs J. A. Schwartz as co-hostess. Devotions were by Mrs W. 'W. Jolley and Mrs Warren Jones presented the lesson. Mr and Mrs Franklin Mueller and boys were Sunday dinner and supper guests in the Robert Hilsabeck home at Sibly, Iowa, last Sunday. Mrs Betty Freeman and son Leslie of Goldfield visited last Sunday in the Kenneth Halverson and Henry Wilberg homes. Mrs E. J. Frank was hostess to the Saturday Afternoon Bridge club this last week Saturday COMPLETE CAR WINTERIZING OIL • GREASE • BATTERY CHECK CHECK THERMOSTATS • CHECK PLUGS POINTS • ANTIFREEZE *~ All Service Checking Is FREE OF CHARGE And Reliably Done STOP IN NOW AT Knudens 66 Service IN FENTON .XNrf^^s^VXXN_*W FUEL OIL AND BULK DELIVERY OF PHILLIPS 66 PRODUCTS DON'S SERVICE Co. PHONE 157 - FENTON Mrs Everett Dreyer won high score prize, Mrs Art Krause, second high and Mrs Ed Priebe, travel. Mrs Alberi Milchell and Mrs Amer Cody drove to Sioux Falls, S. D. Friday. Mrs Mitchell spent the weekend with her daughter Anna Marie at Sioux Falls and Mrs Cody spent Friday night with the Harvey Nelson family and Betty Cody at Sioux Falls and then went to Canton to be with her daughter Lavon and attended the Mother-Daughter activities at Augustana Academy. Miss Ruih Hodgson is presenting her piano pupils in a recital at 8 p.m. in the Fenton Methodist church basement on Friday evening, Oct. 25. Mr and Mrs Dick Underwood and girls were Sunday dinner guests in the Duane" Habeger home near Burt. Sunday visitors in Ihe Roelf Miller home were Mr and Mrs Melvin Ricklefs and family, Mr and Mrs George Ricks of Titonka, Mr and Mrs Paul Winter and Julie of Lakota, Mrs Heiko Adams, Delia and Marion and Wessel Jutting of Buffalo Center. Mr and Mrs Hans Baago drove to Clarion Sunday afternoon to make the acquaintance of a new grandson. Mr and Mrs Roland Reiman, the former Leona Baago, are the parents of a son born this past Thursday. Mr and Mrs Henry Wilberg and boys visited Sunday afternoon in the John Andreason home at Ringsted. The Fenion Township Homemakers met with Mrs Willis Cotton with Mrs Milfred Mitchell, assisting hostess. A lessbn on covering coathangers was presented by Mrs Milfred Mitchell and Mrs Owen Berhow. Mrs Paul Voigt was in charge of entertainment . Mr and Mrs Hans Baago were Sunday supper guests in the W. R. Wolfe home. Mr and Mrs S. E. Straley and Audra Kae and Mrs Donald Void and children of Lake Mills were Sunday guests in the Gerald Brace home at Hayfield, Minn. The occasion was in honor of the birthdays of Mrs Brace, Mr Straley, Audra Kae Straley and Mrs Void. Pertl, Write - In Candidate For Fenton Council Fenlon—A write-in candidate fot fhe Fenton T6wn Council was announced this week. Walter Peril will be a write-in candidate. While his name will not be on the ballot as no formal nomination was made before the deadline for filing, space U always provided for write-in candidates for every office for which an election is being held. The town election is Tuesday, Nov. 5. HONORED The Martinsburg M e t h o d 1st Church honored Mrs Mary Patience Speirs at its 98th anniversary celebration s$ the church's oldest member. She is 104 years old. ONE MODERN HOMEOWNERS PpLICY combines all the protection for your home, your personal property and your personal liability into one package policy at lower cost. INSURE phone 22. Voigt Insurance. 43* ' CARD OF THANKS We take care of our health, we lay up money, we make our roof tight and our clothing sufficient, but who provides wisely that he shall not be wanting in the best property of all — Friends?, said Emerson. I sincerely want to thank all for remembering me in so many kind ways while I was at the Holy Family Hospital at Estherville and while at Rochester, Minn. Truly, it is true that the best property one has is Friends Mrs Alfred Meyers, Fenton. 43* SNUG UP for DON'T WAIT NOW IS THE TIME TO WEATHERPROOF YOUR HOUSE FOR THE COLD MONTHS AHEAD TOP GRADE ALUMINUM COMBINATION STORM and SCREEN WINDOWS Self Storing $24.95 and up ALUMINUM COMBINATION STORM & SCREEN DOOR complete with Latch, Hinges, Closer and Chain $45.75 CUT FUEL COSTS! INSULATE! ZONOLITE REFLECTIVE FIBREGLASS INSULATION U" and 24" width, Single & Double Thick- n*» - Complete a 24 X 32 attic MA for only „_„,. Iff U ZONOLITE HOUSE FILL (Pouring Insulation) So Effective, Yet Inexpensive. Insulate a 24 X 32 Attic, 3" Thick, for $96 Sentral Junior Class Play Is Set For Oct. 31 Fenfon — The Junior Class play of the Sentral High School will be presented at the Lone Rock gym, Oct. 31 and Nov. 1st The play, "Off The Track", is a 3-act comedy under the direction of Mrs Oriole Christiansen. Students taking part are Mike Gross, Dennis Schmidt, Karen Kueck, Kaye Geitzenauer, Janice Bierstedt, Wanda Wetzel, Eugene Gardner .Charles Hajitelman, Jim Gowans, Jane Ruger, Marilyn Johannesen, Pamela Weisbrod and Janet Behne. Join National P.T.A. The Sentral Community School Parent-Teachers Association met Monday evening at the Seneca School Building. Al A'. Krueger, president, presided at the business meeting and Mrs Wilfred Radig acted as secretary in the absence of Mrs Eugene Huskamp. Mrs Joe M. Erpelding of Estherville, representing the Iowa PTA and National Congress of Parent and Teachers, spoke to the group about affiliating with the state and national association. The Sentral PTA voted to join the state and national group. Copies of the constitution for the organization were passed oul by Art Priebe, chairman of the constitution committee. The November meeting will be Monday, Nov. 11 at Fenton There will be no Decembei meeting. All other meetings will be held the 3rd Monday oi the month. Independence Mixers Eighteen members of the Independence Mixers Farm Bureau women and one guest, Mrs Donald Hainzinger of Fenton held their October meeting in the William Weiner home Oct. 17th Chairman. Mrs Ernest Votteler gave a report of the last committee meeting and appointed Mrs Eugene Huskamp as Talent Chairman and Mrs Clarence Wegener the Mental Health Chairman, and asked the members to represent our Club at the work shop to be held Nov. 4 al Emmetsburg. Mrs Robert Krause and Mrs Richard Underwood gave an interesting lesson on Outdoor Cookery, Each one prepared an apple for baking, wrapped it in foil and watched it bake on the coals. These were then served with cream for lunch. The pennies for friendship collection was 71c. Those attending were Mesdames Eldon Rhosed, Joy Jens- void, Freda Seims, Clarence Arbogast, Ernest Votteler, Ted Nelson, Ruben Berkland, Dale Voigt, Everett Hartman, Dick Underwood, C. L. Underwood, Robert Krause, Earl Lufkin, Bertel Berkeland, William Wiener, Eugene Huskamp, Amer Cody, Clarence Wegener. Coming Events Saturday, Oct. 26 — Scandinavian Country Store. October 31 - November 1 — Junior Class play at the Lone Sock School. VOTE FOR WALTER PERTL FOR COUNCILMAN A WRITE - IN CANDIDATE - Just write in his name and put "X" in square opposite your write - in. T'7 (43 - 44) Big Halloween Party Slated Oct. 31, Fenton F«iion — The Town and Country Woman's club is again sponsoring another Halloween party for the kids. All are to meet in the City Park at 7:30 dressed in their costumes. There will be a parade of the costumed kids marching to the Community Center. There will be a king and queen chosen and other prizes given for best costumes. There will be treats, movies and fun for all. So come join the fun and crowd on Halloween night, Oct. 31 . 6-Al0ona (la.) Upper De» Moinit Thursday, Oct. 24, 1957 WALLPAPER ONE CENT \ UDM Classifieds Pay Dividends THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL Fenton, Iowa Experienced Embalmers and Funeral Directors Reliable 24 Hour Ambulance Service Funerals May Be Referred To Us With Confidence Phone FENTON 23 RIN6STED 21001 21006 20216 Boy one'roll of our regular hw price of 27c or more— get a matching roll for only a PENNY I Regular 27e Pattertu TWO Rolls For. *•• «i a, m u»en 28 Regular 49c Pattern* TWO Rolls For . 50 C Regular 38c Pattern* TWO A 4fe*< Rolls <QC For . • ur tjoc rniiern 39 Regular 72c Pattern* TWO Rolls For . 73 We reserve right to limit quantities ... and sample albums are not included in sale. STOEBER HARDWARE FENTON WEISBROD OCTOBER SPECIALS FREE one 35 Lb. 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