Vicar Allen Henderson and his family were welcomed to the Swea City community and Our Savior Lutheran Church following their move from St. Louis. Pictured from a 1987 file photo is Vicar and Mrs. Henderson and daughter, Kristen. Standing in background is daughter Kandi and son Kelly.
By now, most readers have heard the news about Allen Henderson who was murdered in Fort Dodge outside the St. Paul Lutheran Church where he pastored. The Des Moines Register reported that Allen was found unresponsive outside the church at 5:45 p.m. on Wednesday, October 2, 2019. He died soon after being discovered from the injuries.
“I miss driving terribly,” Evelyn Pape, who turned 94 in June 2019, commented wistfully at the beginning of the interview, adding, “I have two cars, but Kevin drives them.”
When Alyssa Fothergill left for college in the fall of 2016, she would have never imagined that she would be a business owner three years later. But that is exactly what happened to her.
A (FUNNY) STORY OF EARLY PIONEER DAYS
The last couple of weeks, including this issue, the Armstrong Journal has had letter to the editor’s concerning the mowing of the ditch north of C Avenue. The issue was brought up by C Avenue resident, Keith Lange.
Two Iowa families were represented at the U.S. National Aerobatic Championships earlier this week.
Vicar Allen Henderson and his family were welcomed to the Swea City community and Our Savior Lutheran Church following their move from St. Louis. Pictured from a 1987 file photo is Vicar and Mrs. Henderson and daughter, Kristen. Standing in background is daughter Kandi and son Kelly.

Spilled Ink

Last weekend the Davis family took a trip to Cedar Falls for a family gathering with the Grabinoski’s and the Weichers family. (Weichers family is Grant’s fiancé’s family).

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