p7l*IH\' ^m^^V-T?.^, :',' . ,1" '. '<,* v.t-,' •' \-. ft; sN''"-j;f1 vMi'tt ,s,M"3 y^vfS I "*^ * S r; <^,,'"\-; • ' / • •• MRS. HAtVERSON ; " ?" .« r-} N«w* IMSfwrag^ -i ^fs'tl ^T$sg \,>, jgve-Tiffl il.ilt I'M Fenton Resident, Passes i" Fenion v *-» funeral services are *'Being:held this afternoon (Thursday) for A'hter Cody, '61s who died , shortly alter 6 p.m. at v.the Methodist hospital in Rochi;ester, Mihh. Mr Cody had suf- J ATA****** A*** 'W*WV*J J.1UU t^VA.*. "J.C1CU a stroke on May 11 and was /'taken to Rochester at that time. Me, had 'been suffering from Vastnma for about two years. ~, Services, are at St. John Luth- 'ieratt, church at DepeW with the • Rev. Oliver Johnson officiating. ' BUfial wdll'bs'hi St. John's LU- i'thefan. eemetery., Arnei-jCody was born May 9, '98 if! Palo Alto County, the son ..._•*»-**„ fc n ,j Annie Christian 'attended 4 the Cylinder " Waldorf .College at , Fe'bhl'ary 8, 192.1, he was unit- , ed' "in marriage to Duella' Finne- ,"stad''at,Ruthven, low.a. Mr .Cody •• farmed until two years ago, When " hiS ''son "'Gerald took over the ^farming operation. However, Mr , /and, Mrs, .Cody continued to live * at, the "farm home. Mr "Cody, is a '.veteran,, of World 'I t -having served in the Mar' t is! survived by his wJie, and five children: Gerald ' at nome, (Dorothy) Mrs Harvey 'Nelson Of Sioux Falls, S. D.; (Be,v,erly) Mrs Lawrence Mueller " 'of \,- rural Fenton; Betty, who teaches' at Sioux Falls, S.<p.; La- 1 v.....«— and' two sisters^ Mrs Leon Ryan of t)es Moines and Mrs Mae McLeskey of Los Angeles, Calif. Walther League of St. John's Lutheran church in Fenton wil on May 25 present a Candleligh Service in honor of the Inter National Walther League's 66th birthday. The service will b conducted by the Leaguers anc the pastor, Rev, W. H. Friedrich ,Mr and Mrs WiUrsd Sicebe and Wayne and Mr and Mrs Ray mond Stoeber attended the Silve wedding .anniversary party fo Mr and'Mrs Bennett Thoreson of Spirit Lake on Sunday. '' Mr and. Mrs Fred Lowell Fesseler, Mr and Mrs Henry Wilberg and boys, Mr and Mrs Kenneth HalVorson, . Merle and ' Barbara were among tho Sunday dinner guests in the Elmer Leo home at Estherville in honor of Delmer Lee's confirma* A Sentrttl Grad ines. Mr,' Cody tion. , .. attending 1 Concordia C6l- Jege.at Moorehead,'Minn. " / ' AlSo surviving are ,sik grand- . . Mr and Mrs Max Hiatt and family of Emmetsburg were Friday evening guests in the Franklin Mueller home. _ Sentrel Band Mothers elected new officers ,at their meeting .Tuesday evening. The new officers .will serve 1 'for the new school year. Mrs • Ed Mitchell Will serve a.s" president, Mrs Lyle England' ^is, vice-' president; Mrs Lawrence Johannesen, secretary; and, Mrs Weber as, treasurer,; Elmer Kt. ftiggerl, pictured above, son 'of Mr and Mrs Herman Riggert,, is a graduate Of Sentral-high schoolj 'class of 1959. ' His ipicturVwafi omitted by accident -iri" tne presentation of ihii Sentral r g'cnh>rs, last week. Graduation "'exercises -for, the class I were held last night } . May 20, at I the Sentral Auditorrufri.. L. A. Newbrough. president ol he board-of education, presented .he diplomas. (UDM 1 engraving - saac&on >foto). •. ,' ; ' - and banon, Mo. and .;•««•,•—•=£>-.-;-.; Mrs Leo Immerfall were Friday guests in the Floyd Duncafi notne. t*t and Mrs iwenniHh miv.«« son, Merle and , Barbara 1 .^wete -Sunday evening guests in the Harlan Nelson home at Esther* V1 Mrs Katen, Pafthkuit of Port Docige nas beeh -a guesfc in tne Eidon Duncan j home. -& I Mrs Eversii Dwyer. tavcda ''Kohlwes, -Mr and Mrs Duane 'Dreyer of Humboldt attended 1 Vieshea at Ames 1 on Saturday, ,They were dinner guests o: Dreyer at the- 'Alpha' v Fraternity .hoUsc, Foll6Wittf;t- dinner, the mothers' of the ATp boys, had their quarterly "meet ing, electing new officers. .Roger -returned: home with'i.thenV'fpi Mother's' Day., ' '" •' every man, woman find child wear a poppy regardless ot whether or not ft contribution is received. Poppies will be pre* sen tod to everyone on Friday, May 22, and on Saturday, May 23. To Waliher Convention Earl Jen.tx and Herbert Krnuso Jr. will represent St. John's Lutheran Walther League of Fenton at the 21st Annual loVa Dis rit-t West Walther League Con- •cntion, held May 29-31 at the Walther League Camp* at Lake Okoboji. Miss Susan Hanlclman vill bo attending as a guest nnc vill be participating in the Talent Festival Nile. She will play i Baritone Horn solo. Earl and Hcrbie will attend the justness meeting and vote in the election. NEW LIVING ROOM SUITES And CHAIRS JUST RECEIVED ^ i Quality Merchandise At.Sensible Prices V. . .Worth Driving Miles To Find Out; Vocal Teacher Named For Sentral Staff Smith and Barbara Pat-sort. Mr and Mrs Hatinn were Sunday evening callers nt Mr and'Mrs Mara Vtoorc's at Algor>n. Mrs Lieb, Arnold, Ella and Marie Drcyer of Hurt were visitors at Mrs Robert Drcyer's ol Algona. Mr and Mrs M. O. Richards returned from Rochester Friday evening, Mr Richards wont through the clinic. Mr and Mrs M. O. Richards were evening 'guests tit Ilia Bilsborough at Al gona. Mr and Mrs , Lestef mnored their daughter Janice lowing Baccalaureate, services Sunday evening by having gttesis rt for refreshments. 'Those en- oying the courtesy wore Mr and vtrs C. 0. Bailey,, Mr and Mrs Art Mueller of .Fonlon, and Mrs Rose Kraft of Lone Rock. The Lawrence Muellers, er Seneca residents now living Depew Fellowship Tho Depew Fellowship Clrclu mot Thursday afternoon in the home of Mrs Milford Mitchell. Mrs John Finncstad , presented the Bible Study and Mrs Morris Mitchell had the , devotions. Guests were Mrs Lloyd Bcrkland and Mrs Burl Fossum and girlsj, the latter of Fairmont, Minn. Fenton Break-In PETERSEN FURNITURE CO. FENTON MEMORIAL DAY SPECIAL! FREE WASH WITH EVERY OIL CHANGE 4 AND LUBRICATION JOB NOW THROUGH MAY 29 DON'S SERVICE CO. Fenton, Iowa FENTON BUSINESS and PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY INSURANCE FENTON, IA. GERALD VOiGT THE FRIENDLY TAVERN Invites You To Fenton \ WEISBROD Implement Company JOHN PIERS, NEW IDEA and QfrH- IQUIPMBNT BUJ, Phone 9 Re*. Phone $ HANTELMAN SERVICE For . PHONi MS w 17 Dr, E. W. Ruske DENTIST Office Phone 79 Residence 25 Penton, lowg HANGMAN'S GARAGE Auto & Tractor Repair* FENTON, IA. UQYD M, BiRKlAND , lUeniga; Real Estate Bwlw «n<* *»"" - And Awrflon Service Phone 833 , IQWO Elected as board members'were Mesdames Ralph'Bierstedt, Robert 'Schmidt,-, Ray Zwrefel and Kenneth Bellinger,, ^ -. Mrs E. C. Weisbrod was hostess to the-Fenton" Womans' Club n her home Monday afternoon, with Mrs'Paul Eigler assisting hostess'. For 1 roll call, the ladies wore old hats, and each told interesting facts about her hat Mrs Harvey Walker reviewed the book 'Too Live Again' by Kathryn Marshall. . , • The new members of the Fenton Methodist church were honored Sunday at a covered dish dinner held at ,noon, followed by a program. Speakers included Mrs Harvey.Walker, Mrs Gerald Voigt.-Mrs Lester Weisbrod, Rev. Harvey Walker; Eugene Huskamp and MiSs Pamela Weisbrod. Mr and Mrs Elwin Schlei entertained Sunday evening in honor of Evalon's graduation,- Mr and Mrs Edwin Josten and - Marcello of Klemme, Mr and Mrs Ed Schlei and Mr and 'Mrs Marold Schlei and Stephen. Mr and Mrs Frank Mueller were Sunday visitors in the Martin Ohrri home. Kent Thomson, son.of.Mr and Mrs Alvin Thomson, was ;the lucky .winner of the Grill given away at Tenton, Friday evening. Another one will . be given, away; again - this Friday evening. All you have io do is come to Fenton and register between seven and nine p.m. Jerry Newbrough, Senlral Junior, was chosen by the Fenton American Legion to attend Hawkeye Boys State in June. 'He participates in high school athletics and is assistant editor of the annual. He is the son of Mr and j Mrs Lawrence Newbrough of Lone Rock. Merle Halverson, i son- of Mr and Mrs Kenneth ; Halverson, was selected as alter- 'I nate. The Legion Auxiliary met Wednesday in the home of Mrs Arnold Hansen. The .annual plant sale will be held this Saturday, May 23, at the Fenton Community Center. Lunch will also be served beginning at 10 a.m. and continuing until closing ] time in the evening. The schedule for the Biblo Camp at Lake Ingham for this summer is as follows, Senior Camp June 7th to 12th, First Junior Camp is June 14 to 19lh and the 2nd Junior camp is June 21 to the 26th. Mr and Mrs Paul Eigler were Sunday evening visitors in the ^ohn Kolhwes home. Sunday Dinner and luncheon guests of -Mr and Mrs S. E, Itrajey 'were Mr and Mrs Don Void, Sheila Kae and Lynn Alan, of Lake Mills, Mr and Mrs Lyle Hanson, Mr and Mrs Sylvester Jr'ace and sons Keven, Jason 'and Brian and Mrs Brace's father, William Rath of LuVerne, and Mr and Mrs Adplph Hansen. Sunday dinner guests in tho George Murphy home were Mrs Retta Eigler, Dr and Mrs E. W. iluske,- Mr and Mrs Kaye Ru§ke and Mr and Mrs Paul Eigler and Judy: Mr and-Mrs William Hantelman and family spent the weekend in the parental W. B. Schmidtke home at Morristown, Minn. Mother Pay dinner guests jn the E. K. Johnson homo ^were, Mrs Kate, Wiener of Algfina,, M,p and Mrs Clarence. Wegener,.of Ringsted, Mr and Mrs Marlin Wogener and family, Mr and Mrs Charles Feye and family, Mr and Mrs Caivin Vaudt and family. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Johnson and. family joined the group for the afternoon and supper. A most interesting -note is the "fact that four generations were present at this occasion. Mother Pay dinner guests in the Marold Schlei home w<?T§ Mr and Mrs Edward Zwiefel ' and Arlo of Titonka, My and. Mra E.dwin Jubttn and Mareelle of Fenton — Mrs Warren Jones has been hired on a part time basis to teach vocal music at Sentral high school. > Her husband is Sentral's band director. Mrs Jones holds a bachelor ol arts degree from Upper Iowa University at Fayettc. She; is certified to teach vocal anc .instrumental music. Her experience includes public school music at Orange Consolidate^ neai Waterloo, la. and at^cotland, So. Dak. She has given private lessons in voice and piano for several years. Mrs Jones will have her vocal music classes at Sentral and at Seneca in the morning. , Mr Jones will have instrumental; music at Seneca the same days.! Vocal and instrumental music in the Fenton and Lone Rock grade buildings will be handled by; LeRoy Bras, a graduate of An odd break-in was 'reported at Don's Service Co. at Fenton during Ihc weekend. The back door lock at the station was mocked out of tho door by would-be thieves who then foiled to enter the building for some reason or other. At least nothing was missing, according to investigating officers, including Sheriff Ralph Lindhorst. SALES BOOKS, register tick ets, register carbons, adder anc I'nsh register rolls at the Upper Des Moines Pub. Co., Algona, FREE SENTRAL SENIOR PICTURES Reprinted On Pine Grade Paper — 100 Available VOIGT INSURANCE Thurittey, May 31, A( 0 smi Seneca News near Fenfdrr, r&S&tv-ed Wdfdf .Sunday evening, that the latter**, fa*, ther, Atner Cody, f>asi%d .Wftr early that evening at a Rochesto Hospital, the Muellei-9 had vlsft* cd at Rochester during the day and had just returned home When the call came Mrs Earl Croufth Spent a few days nt Ames last week helping care for their little granddaughter, daughter of the Jetfjr Crouchs. She returned Friday, *,' >l^» -3$' , In Fenton Bank LONE ROCK -MorningsidevCollege; /Sioux City.. Miss Betty Schwartz of Swea City has been , hired • to teach second grade' at -the Lone Rock school, A graduate of Iowa,State Teachers College, she -has taught at Titonka the past two years. Poppy Day ,— 1959 . Will you wear '. an American Legion Poppy in memory of our war dead — wear it today and on Memorial Day'? We want,you to wear' it as a personal tribute to them, says Mrs Martin Ohm, poppy chairman, and, t Mrs John Waite, .'president of" Ranney- Weisbrod Unit of the American Legion Auxiliary of Fenton. 'The members of the unit plan to have- Mrs George Peltit and Evelyn Earing visited at the G. A. Sharp home in Algona. Mr and Mrs Otto Yoight, Toa- pi, Minn, and Mr and Mrs Robert Eienberger of Blue Earth visited at the Mrs George Pettit Sunday. Mr and Mrs Bernard O'Donnell spent Sunday evening at the Leo Nurre home at Whittemore. Mr and Mrs John Behrenri and Leslie Behrend and family of Cedar Rapids were guests at the Richard Behrend home Sunday Mr and Mrs Roger Jensen anc family visited Dean Jergenson a Algona Sunday.' • i>••'.« it/. Saturday Mr and Mrs Lawrence 'Di'ltmcr drove to Rochester to attend the graduation of their daughter, ,Mary -Ann,,from the Rochester school * of vocational nursing at St. Mary hospital. Mrs Wanneta.Rost.of St> ; Paul has spenl .the past week with her daughter, Mrs Ralph Harhmer- strom. Mr and Mrs Dale 1 Wegener, Mr and Mrs Albert Shaser, Mr and Mrs' Junior Hurlburt, Mr and Mrs Harvey Rath, Mr and Mrs Dale Schrader and Mr& Emma Hurlburt and girls attended' a birthday party for Lawrence Rath. Mr and Mrs E. E. Hanna attended commencement of Sherrel THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL F«nton, Iowa Experienced Embalmers and Funeral Directors Ambulance Service Reliable 24 Hour Funerals May Be Referred To Us With Confidence 20 acres Phone FENTON 23 RINGSTED 21001 21006 20216 GEHL That's really making hay! You can do it, too, with easy-running, power-saving Chop-All... and Gehl's new PTO Forage Wagon. This rugged haymaking equipment can save you as much as $1000 over competitive makes. Farmers who have watched the Gehl Hay Pick-Up work say they can't buy bigger capacity—but best of all, the Gehl is so easy to operate. 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