November 22, 1960 ft-Algona (la.) Upper ties Molnw Tuesday, Nov. 22, 1960 Study Suggestion To Close Seneca School In Future Fenton — Is the Seneca grade school likely to be abolished and its pupils absorbed into the present Fenton and Lone Roek grade schools of the Sentral Community School District? That question was on the- minds of many in the Sentrai district, this week, following a recent inspection and report on the district from the State De- pnrment of Public Instruction. No meeting of the Sentral School Board had been held last week, but the entire report is ex- Painting Problem No color guesswork or mix* ing problems when you us. GILT EDGE "Homogenized" Paint—and you have choice of hundreds of colon. 'A sensible balance between heavy jell-type and drippy free-flowing paints that also eliminates running, dripping and splattering. FENTON LUMBER CO. peeled to be surveyed when the board does meet. The state report said that the number of pupils per grade, at Seneca was low. and that thev could easily be absorbed into the grades at Fenton and Lone Rock It was also suggested that kindergarten students attend only a half day. George W. Davis, regional consultant, signed the report submitted to Senlral school authorities. Mrs Cody Hostess Mrs Duella Cody was hostess November 17th to the Independence Mixers Farm Bureau Women's Club, with chairman, Mrs Ted Nelson in charge. Roll call was answered by sixteen members and one visitor, Mrs Joy Jacobson of Cylinder. The club voted to give $1.00 to the local Retarded Cliildrens organization and at the December meeting a collection will be taken for the local County Relief Fund. A report on the Farm Bureau Women's Work Shop was given by Mrs Bertel Berkeland. Mrs Donald Root gave a demonstration on the making of Christmas decorations from tin cans, and many other suggestions for Christmas decorating and gift wrapping. Mrs Joy Jacobson had various Christmas decorating items on display and told how to make them. Mrs Eldon Rhoades showed'how to make a center piece from milk-weed pods and told about candle making. There was a demonstration on candles made from wax. Mrs Ted Nelson showed various cooky patterns and told how to decorate them. December 9th Mrs Eugene Huskamp will be hostess to the club. There will be a white 'elephant gift exchange and for roll call, contribute something for Christmas, poems, songs or readings. O// CMtting (Var/.r iritb ii MOHAWK ROTARY CUTTER-SHREDDER 3-POINT OR PULL TYPE Yes, MOHAWK Rotary Cutters are built to give years and years of low cost, dependable service. Now you can own a quality made, all purpose, Cutter- Shredder, for less than many lightweight, so called economy models. A MOHAWK Shredder will mow rough pasture lawn smooth, shred crops into fine mulch, or pulverize a 2" sapling into fine chips. Before you buy any Cutter — SEE THE MOHAWK AT YOUR LOCAL DEALER. 5 Foot Model - $408 f.o.b. 51/2 Foot Model - $439.50 f.o.b. WEISBROD IMPLEMENT-Fenton /'//////////'y//m&//My//y//^^ 38% MASH BUILDER L . This feed !s the most popular poultry concentrate in Iowa. It allows you to make your own complete poultry ration... with your own grain... to meet the exact needs of your laying flock. FELCO 38% MASH BUILDER contains everything except grain that your poultry need. You can expect to reduce feeding costs because you use your own grain. You will maintain top health and production because the feed will be formulated exactly to your need, Try FELCO 38% MASH BUILDER. FELCO FENTON CO-OP ELEVATOR Joanne Mitchell Is Engaged To Armstrong Man Ex-Resident Of Fenton Dies In Denver Btporf cr Publiihed By Th* Upper DM MeinM Publishing Co., Algona, Iowa MRS. ARDETH HALVIRSON N«wi Editor Mr ;md Mrs Eel Mitchell, Fenlon, announce the engagement of their daughter Joanne Elaine, to Thomas E. Manley, son of Mr and Mrs George Manley, rural Armstrong. Joanne is employed at the First Trust and Savings Bank. Armstrong. Mr Manley is assistant Mgr. of the Farmers Co-op Elev. at Armstrong. No dcfinatc wedding date has been set. (UDM Engraving). A delicious lunch was served by the hostess. Attending were Mesdames Duel la Cody, Morris Mitchell, Ernest Bcrkland, Bertel Berkeland. Eldon Rhoades, Kelvin Egland, Harry Barkve, Joy Jacobson, Joe Kay, Ted Nelson, Dale Voigt, Olga Huskamp. Eugene Huskamp. Donald Root. Freda Siems. William Wiener and Clarence Underwood. Mr and Mrs Bertel Berkeland spent from Friday p.m. until Tuesday night visiting in the Elmer Kalvig home in Des Moines. On Sunday, the Bcrkelands attended worship services at the Prince of Peace Lutheran Church, where Rev. Harland Blockhus, who formerly was pastor in Armstrong and at the Seneca Lutheran Church is the pastor. Rev. Blockhus asked the Berkelands to greet their friends back here. Mr and Mrs Henry Schulte were guests Sunday until Friday of last week in the Jacquc Otto home at DeWitt, Iowa. Dinner and supper guests in the Frank McFall home on Sunday, Nov. 13th were Mr and Mrs Forest Whistler of Woolstock and Mr and Mrs W. R. Wolfe. Mr and Mrs Clarence Underwood of Cylinder and Mr and Mrs Albert Mitchell were Sunday evening dinner guests in the Dick Underwood home at Lone Rock. ' About 20 members of the local Methodist Youth Fellowship enjoyed a hay-ride party last Thursday evening. TransporUiT lion was furnished by Lyle Newel and chaperoning the group were Rev. Harvey Walker and Dale Weisbrod. The group returned to the church for hot- chocolate and cookies. The Rev. Elmer Fenner and Miss Constance Stcnnes missionaries to Bolivia, South America will be sneaking and showing slides at St. John's Lutheran church, Depew from Sunday, Nov. 27 to Dec. 1st Miss Stennes has also worked in Argentina, S. A. Both missionaries serve under the World Mission Prayer League, Inc. The Virginia Circle of the WSCS met with Mrs Clarence Orbogast with Mrs Olga Huskamp assisting hostess. Mrs Clarence Underwood was in charge of the devotions and Mrs Wilfred Stoeber presented the lesson, taken from the third chapter of 'Basic Christian Beliefs'. She was assisted by Mrs Clarence Yager and Mrs George Jorgenson, Sr. Mrs Stoeber also conducted the Prayer Service. Mrs Helen Widdel was a supper guest Monday evening in the Frank McFall home. The Fenton Forwards 4-H club gave a Halloween party for the Fenton 4-H Boys on October 27th at the Fenton Community Hall. Games were played and lunch was served. Karen Seegebarth and Jeanett Wichtendahl were in charge of the food committee and serving on the entertainment committee were Joan Wicthen- dahl, Jackie Laabs, Marilyn Alt, Betly Woltor and Joyce Berkland. Mr and Mrs Roger Robbins are the parents of a daughter born Saturday, Nov. 12 at the Em- inetsburg Hospital. She weighed 7 Ibs. and 7 oz. Mr and Mrs Paul Voigt of Fenton are the maternal grandpa rents. Fred Moriensen, Tommy Nielsen, August Nelson and John Olson visited with Carl Mortensen and Hans Nielsen at the Veterans Hosnital in Des Moines, Sunday. Carl and Hans are roommates at the Hospital. UDM Clauifitdi Fty BJTidtndj Fenton — Funeral services were held Monday at the Fonton Methodist church for Mrs Edward Weishrod, 75. who died Thursday at Denver. Colorado. Mrs Weisbrod suffered a stroke, on Monday. Nov. 14. Both Mr and Mrs Weisbrod have been living in a rest home at Denver, Colorado. Delia Edna Schlei Weisbrod was born April 3, 1885 at Klemme. Towa. She attended country school near Kkmme. June 10. 1900 she was united in marriage to Edw.ird Weisbrod. They retired from farming in 1D44 and moved to Fenton. Mrs Weisbrod is a member of the Fenton Methodist church and served as a Sunday school teacher for several years. She is a charter mem- ber'of the local WSCS. Mrs Weisbrod is survived by her husband, a daughter Ethel, Mrs Gerald McKlintock of Littleton. Colo., a suburb of Denver; three grandchildren: two bro- ihers, William Schlei of Mason City and Ed Schlei of Fenton, and one sister. Mrs Ella Josten of Klemme. la. Preceding her in death was one daughter. Lucille. (Mrs Loren Skare) one son, Milton and five brothers. Family services were held at 1:30 at the Funeral chapel and at 2 at the Methodist church with the Rev. Harvey A. Walker officiating. Burial was in the Fenton Methodist cemetery. Thomas Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. Fenton Forwards Met The Fenton Forewards 4-H Club held their September meeting in the home of Bonnie Jentz with thirteen members answering roll call, 'Something nice I would like to do for someone'. Judy Bcrkland gave a talk on new miracle fabrics. All members brought their record books to be checked. Election of officers was held. President, Joan Wichtendahl; vice president, Jcanette Wichtendahl; . secretary, Karen Seege- barth; treasurer, Bonnie Jentz; historian, Jacqueline Laabs; photographer, Carol Bellinger; recreation, Sandra Seegebarth and Judy Berkland. Sandra Seegebarth was welcomed as a new member. Mrs Ed Wichtendahl was guest mother. Lunch was served by Bonnie and her mother. The October meeting of the Fenton Forwards 4-H club was held at the Carol Bellinger home. Members answered roll call 'Health habits I need to improve'. Installation of officers was held at a candle-light ceremony. New officers for the year are: president, Joan j Wichtendahl; vice president, Jeanette Wichtendahl; secretary, Karen Seegebarth; treasurer, Bonnie Jentz; historian Jacqueline Laabs; photographer, Carol Bollinger; recreation, Judy Berkland and Sandra Seegebarth. A date was set to plan new program books for the year. Karen Seegebarth, Jeanette Wichtendahl, and Judy Berkland helped plan the books along with the leaders. The project for the year is 'Food and Nutrition'. Mrs Lloyd Berkland resigned as leader. New leaders for the club are Mrs Harold Wolter and Mrs Milfred Mitchell. The Town and Country Womans Club met Tuesday evening in the home of Mrs Eugene Mansager with Mrs Jack Gerhart as- .-isting hostess. Nineteen mom- hi rs answered roll call by giving ;i Bible verse expressing thanks. Mrs Arnold Hansen and Mrs Julin Waitc, program committee, int i -educed Mrs Clarence Brandt if Titonka, chairman of the Kos- mth County Federation of Won-an's Clubs. She spoke orr reap- portionmcnt. Club members will bring gifts and cookies to their December 12lh meeting, and these will be sent to the state hospital and school at Wood- \vard. Mr and Mrs Perry Van Steenburg have been recent visitors with an aunt and uncle Mr and Mrs Paul Hudson. Van Steenburg has been in the wholesale plumbing business in Flint, Mich, and is planning to go into automatic retail food business in Redondo Beach, Calif. Mr and Mrs Dean Cannon and family have moved to Rockwell, Iowa. Cannon has been employed by the Weisbrod Implement company since Sept. 1952. He will be similarly employed as a tractor mechanic at Rockwell. Mr and Mrs Ferdinand Mueller and their son Ferdinand Jr. of Algona drove to EIReno. Oklahoma to attend the funeral of Mrs Mueller's aunt Mrs Joe Le clouz. The deceased was a sister of Mrs August Bierstedt of rural Fenton. Enroute home, they traveled by the way of the Ozarks. The local Lutheran Layman's League was host to the Algona Zone Rally and Seminar held Sunday, evening at St. John's Lutheran church. The program opened with an organ concert by Martin Huber of Algona. This was followed by the Seminal- conducted by Jesse Cornish, Lutheran Business Executive of Mankato, Minn. His topic was 'Light from Darkest Africa.' Officers of the local League arc Hr.rlan Mueller, president: Frank Seely, Secretary and Harold Ei- mcrs, vice president. and Mrs Ferdinand Schendel or rural Cylinder. She attended parochial school and -was confirmed in St. Luke's Lutheran church, Fairville. • She married Einer C. Faucrby in 1918. He operated a blacksmith shop in Fenton until his death in 1948. Mrs Fauerby was a member of St. John's Lutheran church and the local American Legion Auxiliary. Four children survive. They are Mrs Delbert Elbert, Mason City; Mrs Arnold Dreyer, Burbank, Calif.; Fernandez, Ames; and Mrs Donald Jorgenson, Algona. Also surviving arc two sisters: Mrs William Sundermeyer, Dunnell; and Mrs Paul Hecht, of Chicago; five brothers, Julius and Amel, rural Cylinder; Irwin of Havelock; Edward, Fairmont and Otto of Dunnell, Minn. Rev. W. H. Friedrich was the officiating pastor and burial was in East Lawn Cemetery, Algona. Thomas Funeral Home was in Clara Fauerby Services Held Friday, Fenlon Fenlon- — Funeral services were held Friday at St. John's Lutheran church, Fenton for Mrs Einer Fauerby, who died Tuesday in a hospital at Ames. Mrs Fauerby had been ill since September when she went to live with her son Fernandes, at Ames. Death was attributed to cancer. Clara Anna Fauerby was born May 7, 1899, the daughter of Mr THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL Fenton, Iowa Experienced Embalmers and Funeral Directors Ambulance Service Reliable 24 Hour \ Funeral May Be Referred To Us With Confidence Phones FENTON 23 RINGSTED 21001 21006 20216 FENTON BUSINESS and PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY GERALD VOIGT INSURANCE FtNTON, IA. THE FRIENDLY TAVERN Invites You To Fenton WEISBROD Implement Company JOHN DEERE, NEW IDEA and OfHl EQUIPMENT But. Phone 3 R M . Phone 60 HANTELMAN BUILDING SERVICE Per Building - Remodeling 125 or 17 Dr. E. W. Rusk* DENTIST Office Phene 7t Residence 2S lew* The Fenton REPORTER Ii The Only Publication Print- ad That Takes An Intern! In Fenlon! LLOYD M. BERKLAND liemstd Real Ettcrte Brefcer end Perm Leant And AueHe* fervte* Phene 233 Penten, lew* charge of arrangements. Pallbearers were W. R. Wolfe, Hans Baago, S. E. Slraley, Martin Hnn- telmnn, August Nelson and John Gramenz. "ftftr fftt Pel/con Ash" Breaks Arm In Fenton Mishap Fenton — Tom Yager, 12 year old son of Mr and Mrs Clarence Yager had the misfortune of breaking his left arm Wednesday evening. The fracture is just below the left shoulder. The mishap occurred at the Albert Mitchell home, Tom was going to throw hay down to the livestock, but as he climbed the ladder to the haymow, he slipped and fell. Ronnie Krause was with Tom at the time of the mishap. Tom's arm will be in a cast from six to nine weeks. Incidently, Tom is left-handed. CARD OF THANKS For the many comforting acts of neighbors, friends and relatives during our recent bereavement, we express our sincere thanks. A special thanks for the many cards sent to our mother during her hospitali/.ation. The Family of Clara Fauerby 47* The original U.S. Liberty bell was east in London. •Card Of Thanks I wish to thank all my friends and relatives for card and visits while I was in the hospital. John Fuhr. 47* Need a new range but don't want a BIG BILL to pay all at once? USE... OUR OWN HARDWARE E A tmoll omounf DOWN, eaiy month)/ termi buy* a new range, refrigerator or that power workshop you've been wishing for. Don't wait •• own if now. STOEBER HARDWARE Fenton ®&0®!QX8S8ff^^ SERVICES YOUR GUIDEPOST TO ALL MONEY MATTERS 11)11 You can feel confident that your interests will be carefully considered and all your financial matters will be given prompt and expert attention. FIRST TRUST & SAVINGS BANK Fenion and : ,. Armstrong KEEP, AWAY. FROM ALL ^ •:*»*• -* **>. 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