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I OCT. 14,1965 i fenl&n 8-Algona (la.) Upper Des Moinej Thonday, Oct. 14, 1965 Fenton And Fairville Churches Elect Officers FENTON - Tlio no\v church officers for the conunp yprtr .it St. John's Lutheran church are as follows: president, Herbert Krause; vice-president, John Ruper; elder, Beiinle Herklaml; trustee, Harold Wehvspan; secretary, Robert Krause; ass't. financial secretary, Peter Koenck; board of education, Ray Utliof; \V. L. counselor, Frank Mueller; Sunday school superintendent, Ervin Borchanlt; collectors, Ferd Bierstetlt, Allan Bollinger and Gus Krause. New church officers for the coming year at St. Lukes Lutheran church, Fairville, are as follows: elder, Gerhard Hantelman, trustee, Arnold Hantelman, finance board, William Bruhn, auditing committee, Howard Bruhn. These were the only offices up for election this year. - o - Mrs. Laurnetta Miller, Mrs. Lena Bleckwenn, and Mrs. Howard Bierstedt attended a surprise birthday Sunday afternoon for Mrs. Miller's daughter, Mrs. Raymond Zinnel of Rodman. Mrs. Freda Slems and Mrs. Laurnetta Miller visited Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Clara Seeley who is a patient at the Spirit Lake hospital. They also visited Mrs. Frank Seeley, a recent patient at the hospital. Rev. and Mrs. Russell Eldridge and Mrs. Clarence Underwood Wednesday evening attended a district Missionary Institute at the Spirit Lake Methodist church. Speakers Included Rev. Louis Headman who is working in a special program of the Oklahoma Indian Mission Conference. The other speaker was Mr. Blake, who is working in the depressed areas of Fort Dodge. Sunday was Laymen's Day at the Fenton Methodist church and Mr. Kenley Zwlefel delivered the message. The Fenton Legion Auxiliary met Friday at the home of Lois Voigt. Nine members answered roll call. A program on Columbus Day was presented by Ruth Walte. In their business meeting, they voted to send a cash donation to the Knoxville VA hospital. Mrs. Art Priebe held a belated birthday party last Saturday for Mrs. Floyd Duncan. Those present were members of Mrs. Duncan's Sunday School class. They were Ella Walte, Mary Hansen, Carrie Voigt, UlgaHuskamp, Amanda Kern, Edith Hayenga, and Mrs. Ed Schlei. Another member, Helen Widdel was unable to attend. Mrs. Duncan is the teacher of the group. St. John's Ladles Aid met Wednesday with Mrs. Orville Kressin and Mrs. Arnold Vehling as guests. Mrs. Kressin showed slides and gave a report on her trip to San Diego as a delegate to the bi-annual International LWML Convention held there this past summer. Jean Priebe reported that a total of 334 gold bags were being made to send to the Lutheran Home Finding Society in Fort Dodge. Lois Borchardt and Lucille Eimers were chosen as delegates to the LHFS meeting to be held in Ft. Dodge, Oct. 19. Ruth Waite and Lois Borchardt gave reports on the recent LWML Rally in LuVerne. Hulda Menz, Be mice Gade and Ruth Waite were appointed to the nominating committee to prepare the ballot for election of officers next month. Hostesses were Edna Sunde, Marion Struecker and Ruth Waite. Troy Michael Heine, infant son of the Burnett Heine's, was bap- tiaed Sunday at St. John's Lutheran church. Witnesses for the baptism were Mr. Glenn Hantelman and Misses Teresa and Terry Voigt. Dinner guests of the Heine's after the services were Rev. -and Mrs. Rex Spicer and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.Ger- hard Hantelman, Mr. and Mrs. William Hantelman and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Merle Voigt and family. The Fenton firemen and their wives held a farewell party Saturday night at the Fenton Community Center foi Mr. and Mrs. Donald Priebe. The evening was spent playing 500 and other games. High prize went to Mr. ana Mrs. Delbert Geitzenauer, low to Mr. and Mrs. James Meyer and travel to Mr. and Mrs. Norman Bollinger. The Priebes were presented with a farewell gift. Iowa Electric Announces A Drop In Rates The Iowa Electric Light and Power Company has filed with the Iowa Commerce Commission a proposed rate reduction affecting certain commercial and power customers now being billed on the basis of two meters. According to President Duane Arnold, the reduction amounts to approximately $600,000 and is a part of planned rate adjustments which have been carried out since 1960. These adjustments have resulted in rate reductions to residential, rural and commercial customers since 1960 totaling $1,700,000. It is the policy of the company to make electric rate reductions as rapidly as the rate of growth and operating efficiencies permit. These savings have been distributed equitably to customers, employees and investors, Arnold said. In making the present adjustment to commercial and power customers, the company seeks to simplify its rate structure as it applies to the various classes of service. The present reduction affects commercial customers who have been billed separately through two meters for commercial and power usage. Service will now be combined through one meter and the rate reduction applies to these customers. The Iowa Commerce Commission has 30 days to consider the rate reduction as requested and, unless the rate Is suspended by the Commission, it will become effective November 6. St. Luke's Ladles Aid, Fairville, met on Wednesday with Mrs. Orville Kressin and Mrs. Arnold Vehling, Lotts Creek, as guests. Mrs. Kressin showed slides and gave a report on her trip to San Diego as a delegate to the International Convention of the Lutheran Women's Missionary League held in that city this past summer. Mrs. Wm. Bruhn, Mrs. Anna Bleckwenn, Mrs. Paul Voigt, and Mrs. Fred Frink were appointed to the nominating committee to prepare the ballot for election of officers next month. Oct. 14 was set as church cleaning day with Mrs. Martin Hantelman as chairwoman. The group voted to bring canned food to the church by Oct. 17 for our delegates to take along to the Lutheran Home Finding Society meeting to be held in Ft. Dodge on the 19th. Mrs. Tom Manly was accepted as a new member of the society. Hostesses were Mrs. Arnold Hantelman and Mrs. Gerhard Hantelman. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Weisbrod and Mrs. Gary Bleckwenn spent Sunday in Sioux City visiting the Weisbrod's daughter, Nadine, who attends Morningside College there. Mr. and Mrs. August Maas of South Amana were weekend guests of Mrs. E. H. Dreyer. The Maas' and Mrs. Dreyer were Sunday dinner guests of the Bob Koloupekes at Emmetsburg. Mrs. E. H. Dreyer stayed at the Duane Dreyer home in Humboldt Wednesday to Friday and cared for her three grandsons while the Dreyers attended World Series ballgames in the Twin Cities. Mrs. Dreyer and her grandsons were Wednesday night supper guests of the Arlin Kohlweses of Belmond. St. Lukes, Fairville and 1mm- anuel, Lotts Creek Walther Leaguers have been invited to take part in the "Living Nativity" pageajit by the St. John's Fenton youth group. St. Luke's Fairville, is to have "Stewardship" presentation Oct. 31 in place of their regular morning services. It will include a film-strip with recorded narration covering the Detroit convention. Sunday dinner and supper guests of the S. E. Straleys were Mr. and Mrs. Donald Void and family of Lake Mills, Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Brace and boys and Mr. William Rath of Lone Rock ami Mr. ami Mrs. IA!P Hanspn and boys. The occasion was Mr. Straley's hirtliday. Mi. and Mrs. Roliert Hilsa- Iiock and family of Des Moines were guests Sunday of the Geo. Rollinfiers. Mrs. Hilsabeck is the BollinRer's daughter. Afternoon callers were Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kline and family of Garner and Mrs. Charlie Wcis- brofl. Evening callers were Mr. and Mrs. Willis Woodwick of Algona. The occasion was Mr. Bollinger's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Pavil Eigler attended a cousins' picnic at the Alfred Wichmajis of Rutliven on Sunday. Mrs. Amos Finnestad was hostess to bridge club last week. High prize was won by Mrs. Clarence Wegener, second high by Mrs. Paul Eigler, and low by Mrs. Arlo Ranney. Weekend guests of the Amos Flnnestads and the Alvin Pot- ratzs were Mr. and Mrs. Roger Potratz and girls of Alta. Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Geitzenauer and Mrs. Art Dreyer attended the twenty-fifth wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Genrich of Storm Lake on Sunday. Mrs. Genrich is a sister to Mrs. Geitzenauer. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Chris- chilles are parents of a boy, Russel Roy, born Oct. 5. Sunday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Mitchell were Mr. and Mrs. Morris Mitchell, Edward Mitchell, Mr. and Mrs. Ole Peterson, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Hansen of Blue Earth and Mr. and Mrs. Chester Skaar and Bennett and Harold of Primghar. Lorraine Feye and Orma Wegener were hostesses to bridge club Friday afternoon at Feye's. High prize was won by Esther Frank, second high by Ella Newel and draw prize was won by Dort Ranney. A house warming party was held Sunday night for Dr. and Mrs. Jerry Waite by the 47 Club. The evening was spent playing 500. High prizes went to Mrs. Clarence Wegener and Dr. Waite, low prizes to Mr. and Mrs. Marlin Wegener and travel to Mrs. Larry Alt. Betty Wolter To Head Fenton Forwards 4-H The Fenton Forwards 4-H club met at the home of Betty and Judy Wolter, Oct. 11. New members are Susan Bierle, Jean Pompe and Alice Krause. Election of officers was held. New officers are - President, Betty Wolter; Vlce-pres., Sandra Seegebarth; Sec., Judy Wolter; Treas., Jane Wichtendahl; Historian, Rita Luedtke; Reporter, Ann Krause; Photographer, Debbie Bierle, and music and recreation chairman are Marlys Wichtendahl and Jan Newell. Talks were given by Betty Wolter, Karla Peter and Kay Dreyer. It was voted to hold a Halloween party at the Lone Rock Legion hall Oct. 25, at 7:30. The Fenton Boys will be invited and everyone must come in costume. Tryouts for county chorus will be held at the Extension Office on Oct. 23 for the Jr. girls and Oct. 30 for Sr. girls. The next meeting will be held with Maryls and Jane Wichtendahl on Nov. 1. Visiting mothers were Mrs. Edwin Wichtendahl and Mrs. Louis Seegebarth. -100- Mrs. Grace Long of Waverly was feted there on October 4 on the occasion of her 100th birthday, She was born in Tripoli and has been a resident of Waverly since her marriage to David Long who died in 1908. ~"THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL Fenton, Iowa Experienced Embalmers und Funeral Directors Reliable 24 Hour Ambulance Service Funeral May Be Referred To Ui With Confidence Phone* FENTON 23 RINGSTED 21001 21006 20216 Modern Mixers Hold Meeting, Seneca Home SENECA - Mrs. Joe Madden was hostess to the Seneca Modeen Mixers Club Tuesday, The group voted to bring cards, such as Christmas, birthday and get-well cards to the next meeting. They will I* packed and sent to the children's section of University hospital at Iowa City. Mrs. Leonard Madden was a guest. - o - Seneca Stars 4-H club members and leaders took an educational trip to Mason City Oct. 5. The group visited the Borden Ice Cream Co., Decker packing plant, Hanford Hotel, Mercy hospital and Easter Seal Treatment Center for crippled children. En- route home they stopped at Van's Cafe for evening dinner. Members taking the trip included Audrey, Cathy and Carrie Bergum, Ann and Rosemary Fortney, Jill and Becky Jensen, Linda Kracht, Anna Menz, Karen Jentz, Kathy Merrill, Barbara Andre, Collette Stefanskl, leaders, Mrs. Kracht, Mrs. Robert Fortney, and Mrs. Lois Jentz, who drove. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Looft entertained at dinner Thursday evening in honor of the former's sister, Mrs. John Kahl of Portland, Ore. and his mother, Mrs. Bertha Pommer's birthday anniversary. Guests included, in- addition to the honorees, a sister, Mrs. John Hinrichsen of Ames, also a sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Gerrit DeWaard, Titonka, and Mr. and Mrs. David , Looft, Brian and Scott. Mrs. Kahl came last Saturday and will spend ten days visiting relatives _ and friends. Myrtle Vinny and Mr. and Mrs. Dale Huling and children of Garner were Sunday visitors at the Everett Withams. Mrs. Vinny is Mr. Witham's sister and Mrs. Huling a neice. The Calvin Vaudts, Donald Shaws and Lyle Newels took a sightseeing trip to McGregor and points in eastern Iowa Sunday. The Joe Maddens attended the Waterloo Dairy Cattle Congress. Shirley Ohnemus, a student at Mason City Business College, spent the weekend with her parents, the Wayne Ohnemus. Mr. and Mrs. August Nelson spent a week at Des Moines and made the acquaintance of a new great-granddaughter. Two families moved out of the Seneca community this week. The Marlin Wegeners moved to the home of Mrs. Wegener's parents, the Ernest Muellers, north of Fenton. The Muellers, having retired from farming, moved into their new home recently built in Fenton. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Stefanski and family moved from the house on the John Struecker farm (formerly Cecil Andersons) to Armstrong. A combination surprise birthday party for Mrs. Clara Bollig of Bancroft and a housewarming shower for Howard and Donald Bollig was held Oct. 1 on the Bollig brothers farm west of Seneca. Those extending the courtesy included the children of Mrs. Bollig and brothers and sisters of the Bollig boys. They I I I Published By the Upper De* MoiM* • PublUMna Co., Al&ond, JOAN BOLUNGCR News I were Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Metzger, Algeria, Mr. and Mrs. John Metzger of Estherville, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Irmiter of Armstrong, Mr. and Mrs. Cletus Muller and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Kollasch of Whittemore, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Bollig, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Bollig of Bancroft and Mr. and Mrs Gene Bollig. 8 in Field For Fenton Offices FENTON - The Fenton mayor and three town councilmen had filed for re-election, and four others had filed for council posts when filings closed Tuesday, according to Paul Eigler, town clerk. Those seeking re-election are Mayor W. W. Jolley, and councilmen Arnold Hansen, George Jorgensen, and Merle Voigt. Others filing for council posts are Peter Koenck, Kenneth Krause, Robert Mitchell and Roger Ulses. Erwin Krause, park commissioner filed for reelection to that post. Those not seeking re-election are councilmen Homer Matthiesen and Clarence Yager. Tractor Fire Near Fenton FENTON - The Fenton volunteer firemen answered a fire call to the Gerald Langerman farm Wednesday morning to extinguish a tractor fire. Fire chief Merle Voigt said the fire started while Langerman was cleaning the sediment bulb and accidentally touched a wrench to the starter post, causing a spark. Damage was confined to the front tires and wires on the tractor. No one was injured. There was no insurance to cover the loss. Fentonites In A Car Mishap. FENTON - Mrs. Victor Struecker, Jennifer and Julie were involved in a two-car accident southeast of Fenton shortly after noon on Sunday* . Mrs. Struecker received 'multiple bruises and a sprained ankle. Jennifer received facial contusions and Julie, the baby, who was strapped in an infant seat, was unhurt. Sentral Selects A Band Queen FENTON - Janet Hammer- Strom, a 17-year old senior, is Sentral high's choice for band queen for the Estherville Band Festival to be held Oct. 16. She is a member of the marching band and the concert band. Janet is co-editor of the annual staff and is on the paper staff. She is vice president of the FT A. She has also held various class offices and was a homecoming attendant in previous years. Last summer she was a delegate to Hawkeye Girls' State. Opens Yarn Shop In Fenton Mrs. Ruta Finnestad has opened a yarn and sweet shop on Main Street and it includes a special room with knitting yarns in a wide assortment of colors. She will serve breakfast and short orders as well as announced elsewhere on this page. Knitting lessons are to be given for beginners and advanced as well on Monday and Thursday afternoon and any knitting problems may be brought to Mrs. Finnestad without any charge of her assistance. Mr. Donald Priebe will be moving with his family to Black Hawk county as soon as they can find suitable living quarters. Donald will be game warden of Black Hawk county. CARD OF THANKS I wish ta thank all my friends and relatives for their visits, cards, and letters while I was a patient at Park hospital, Mason City. Art Volgt. (77) New Fenton Home FENTON - The Fenton Town Council, in a brief meeting Monday night, issued two building permits. Permits were issued to Ernest Fischer for a new home, and to the Fenton Telephone Co. for erecting a telephone booth in the business district. OFFICE SUPPLIES — Business forms, office furniture, filing equipment and supplies, at The Upper Des Moines Pub. Co., Algona, across from new Municipal parking lot. 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