^•fcSL^ik ^...Ll^jiL,,..I.I ... ' .1.1 Ire On Saturday Night .... ^..^JRay Dreyer farm , lofc&ted < 1 mile" 1 elst 4nd '$ 'enfe milt sWest of fenteh was < ? badly dfmaied/by iiflS Saltffday f /,night. gffioke" was noticed abbtit 'i :9:20. The family had all retired U i except Mr Dreyer and Ray Jr. 1 'While the home did, not burn to ?;''the ground it is very badly dam- faffed from smoke and water. '. i 'FentOrt and Lone Rock firemen ^ were at the scene until the wee <'hdurs of the morning. The i,*majpr- 'appliances such as stove, rf ^refrigerator, washer and dryer, I ,aiid deep freefce were a total loss. ?. !A large -portion of the remaining j'' furniture '.and family belongings V • was?saved. ,>HdWever , a' large *,;"p6r.U6nvof>this ha$ smoke and " 'water -damage. Exact cause of vthe fire is not known. -" The^fsrniljK-at the moment .is fj living ; 'at the Rueben Luedtke ,; ^omfe'Until'further housing can " ! be found/ '. * ' i Observing Anniversary Mr and-Mrs Fred Gustafson of Spencer,.former resident 6f Fen- 'ton» t ,are holding open house, at their home, 204 West 1st, in ob- 'servance of their 50th wedding anniversary Sunday, June 7, at '2 to 5,'-, p.m.' and 7 to 9 p.m., i Friends cordially invited, no gifts, Memorial Dedications At a special service conducted 1 Sunday at the Methodist Church memorials were dedicated in memory of the following, as indicated: , Brass Altar Vases, Hugh Car- ^ney; Fireproof File, Frank Behne: "Music Cabinet, Emma Weinberger; T.wenty-five Choir Hymnals, Jacob vZwiefel, Anna Zwiefel and , Earl Dean. 'Junior Department Lectern. ' Donald Weisbrod; Pulpit Bible. • William Weisbrod; Twelve Bibles. 'Frederick Kluss; Three Tables ' and Sixty Chairs for the Ghil- «dren's Division, Maude Dean, 1 Willis Speer, John Wallace, Lyle Weisbrod and Paul Saxton. Four Electric Clocks, Adolph ' Brass, Twerity-five Hymnals. ' Emil Frank, Twenty-five Hymnals, Ernest Weisbrod, Benjamin Wekbfod. - "• * \ , , The Interpreters Bible ift Twelve Volumes, Lena- rttuss f Frank Humphrey, fimil Frank. Yottth Books for Library, Merle Meyers. Judy Voigt Wins '' J Judy Vdigt's^narfte was drawn at the Fenton • Business Men's sponsored drawing Friday evening. A total of 12 grand prizes Will be given away during the twelve summer weeks. These prizes include four each; grill with electric spit, picnic tables and sets of lawn chairs. Win* ners .may have their choice oJ these items as'long as they dasfc To be in on the'se drawings one must register'at the participating business platies between seven and nine ..on Friday evenings,, Mr and Mrs Art Voigl were Sunday guests in the Arlo Voig home at Grove City, Minn. Mrs Voigt remained for a longer visit Mrs ''Elmer Kalvig and son Dennis of Kanawha were guests in the parental B. G. Berkeland home from Tuesday until Sunday of this past week. Mr Kalvig^ had brought them here and also came for them. Mr and Mrs Robert Berkeland and sons of St. Paul were weekend guests in the Berkeland'home and also with the Otto Wilbergs at Ringsted. Mr and Mrs Kaye Ruske, Iowa" City t spent from Thursday to Sunday with their -parents, Dr. and Mrs'E. W. Ruske and Mr and Mrs Paul Eigler. Dr. and Mrs Ruske and the Kaye Ruskes attended the Slagle-Crowley wedding at Emmetsburg on Saturday. Mrs Pete Doheriy of St. Louis, Missouri has been a guest last week and -'this week, with her mother, M>rs Elsie Dreyer and with other relatives in this vicinity. She is'the former Lorena Dreyer. Officers ,were .elected at the meeting of the Blakjer Luther League , held Sunday, evening Larry • Johannesen, president tiurt GU* Fenton ahd Barbate Halverson wete ap pointed delegates to the-League conventtdnTCo be held June and 8 at Luther College, Sixty pupils are attending the J-ftcdtion Bible School at tho Methodist i church this week. Teachers flrfe Klhdergarten, Mrs Curtis Lura, Mrs Homer Matthiesen, Nancy Swanson, vattet Walker; Primary, Mrs Don Shaw, Mrs Hans Baago, Trudy HuskarAP, and JoAnn Lufkin; Junior class, Mrs Clayton Ditsworth, Mrs Lyle Newel and 'Pamela Weisbrod. The Lutheran Bible Camp at Ingham Lake near Wallingford will officially open this coming Sunday, with a Senior group of youth attending through Friday. The Rev,' ,1. B. -Sorenson will be De*an of the Camp. ' < Earl Jentz and Herbie Krause have returned from .a three-day convention of -the Iowa District West Walther League, held May 29-31- at Lake Okobojl. • They, were representatives of St. John's Lutheran -Church at Fenton. Susan Hantelman attended as a guest and participated in Talent Festival Nile. ..• Dr. and Mrs E. W. Ruske and Mr and Mrs Kaye Ruske were Sunday dinner guests at the, Paul Eigler home. Mr and Mrs Roelf Miller were Memorial Day guests at the home of Mrs Hiko Addams in Buffalo Center. Mr and Mrs Will Wegener of linton and Mrs Rose Sigsbee of Algona were Saturday afternoon and supper guests at the Sam Warner ^ home. Mrs Warner is sister of Mrs Sigsbee and Mr Wegener.. , Memorial Day dinner guests in [.he • Walt Pertl home w_ere Mr and Mrs Martin Pertl and Larry of Indianapolis, Ind., Mr and Mra Jack Rifen of Brainerd, v Mmn., and Mr and Mrs' Adolf 'Pertl. Mr and Mrs Roelf Miller wero Sunday guests at the Melvin Rickleff home in Titonka. Mr and Mrs Art Miller,'Mrs Amanda Keen, Mr and Mrs Clarence Yager and boys and Mr and Mrs Frank Miller and boyS'Jwere Friday evening" guests at,.the Lloyd Kern home. The occasion was in honor of Danny and Mrs Kern's birthdays. the Competes In Driving Contest Awards word gi^fen to Cheerleaders, Kftreft KiCeckt Knlhfyft Alt, suann Montgomery and Vergone NorlSfid< The following 8th grade graduates were presented their diplomas: Margaret Ditmer, Peggy Polit, Vernon Wilberg, Lois Ftnncstad, Glenn Blcrstedt, Jncquelyn Pricbe, James Weisbrod, Marilyn Johnson, Dennis Ffink, Gnylo HtMtelman and Jnnc Angus. Don Yftgor, Trudy HusUnmp, Dennis Newel, 'Peggy VoiRl, Glen Hnntelman, Beverly Wehrspnnn, Billy Weisbrod, Mary Ilurlburt Willis Bellinger, Iwjrid Tevosko, Honnld Behrentis, Elaine Hnnsi- Richard England, Sharon Krnuse and Judy Jolley, Included on the even inn's pro-- grnm were several seleolions by the Senlral Band under tin direction of Warren Jones, At the close 'of the program, a tour Of the Manual Training class rooir revealed many nice pieces o furniture and oilier articles mndi by members of the class. Will iam Ross is the instructor. OUTSIDE HOUSE PAINT Here's a terrific special on top quality, long wearing house paint. Made of fines-t ingredients — Titanium, Zinc Oxide and pure Linseed Oil. Titanium, the whitest pigmenl known, is your .assurance of a white that •will stay white I Fume proof and self t cleaning. Available in white only. Ideal for any exterior wood surtace. Compare with* others at $5.95 a gallon and . up. Now Only Gallon FENTON LUMBER CO. Fonion, Iowa f ENtON BUSINESS and PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY INSURANCE FENTON, IA, GERALD VOIGT THE FRIENDLY TAVERN Invites You To Fenton Friday-morning guests at Oscar 'Sorensen home were Mr and Mrs 'Hilmer Blackstead. of Hutchinson, Minn. Mr and Mrs Roelf Miller -were Thursday evening, guests at the Paul Winter Jiome at Lakota. Recent visitors - in the Oscar Sorensen home -were Mr and Mrs Charlie Knierckhen." and Mr and Mrs Charlie Gratz all of St. James, Minn. " • St. John's Lutheran , W.M.F. net in the church'parlors at Depew Thursday May 28. Hostesses were Mrs Robert Huskamp and Mrs Donald Twait. The Life Membership Program was pre-> sented. Mrs Oliver Johnson preV sented the Bible Study. A play- et was given by Mrs Oliver Twait, Mrs Hanson and Mrs Walt Fischer. Those receiving Life Membership pins were Mrs Amer Cody, Mrs B. G. Berkland, Mrs Lloyd Finnestad, Mi-s Albert Mitchell, Mrs Nyles Hfeggen, Mro Art Juhl and Rev. Oliver Johnson, '---i'' "--;''...>;; /•£•" • <•'' Mr and •< Mrs Lloyd Melton/of Palo, Iowa have-been recent visitors in the Warren Johes home. About 40 members and guests of the M.Y.'F. of the Methodisi church enjoyed a picnic at Call State Park last Sunday evening. Following the supper hour the youth enjoyed skating. Accompanying them were Rev. Harvey Walker, Eugene Husltamp and Marion Stucki. - • • Mr - and Mrs Morris Mitchell spent last weekend in.the Twin Cities, where they attended graduation exercises at the Lutheran Serninary, St. Paul. Their son Dale is a member of the class. He will be ordained June 28 at his home church, St. John Lutheran of Depew.,-, Mr MitchelJ served his-term'year at Seattle, Wash. Married' to the former Mary Olson of M,uskegan, Mich, they have a family of two sons aged four and < two. He has accepted a call to serve a Lutheran parish in North Dakota. /Pictured above are rnem,- bers of the Fenton 4-H who •competed for club tractor driving hours at the Walter Jentz farm. May 23. They are — Front row — L to R — Barrel Berkland, Bernard , Laabs, senior winner; Dennis Uthof, junior winner* Gary Berkland. In back — Richard Petersen, Brian Borchardi, Earl Jentz, Dennis Newel, Ervin Borchardi, leader; Jon Jentz, John Ruger, Walter Jentz, asst. leader. Bernard Laabs won top driving honors in the club. He is 17 years old and the son of Mr and Mrs Wilfred Laabs. He will represent the Fenton club in the Kossuth County Tractor Operator's contest scheduled for August 1., Winner » in -the Junior driving was , Dennis Uthof,, son of Mr^rtd^ftfgaw Uthof. " , " 'V* The v contest was -a follow up of the special 'activity on Safe Tractor Driving studied this year by Kossuth 4-H'ers; The event was set up' ;and scored by leaders, Ervin Bor- chardi and Walter Jentz and Robert Johnson, assistant county, extension Director. |UDM Engraving) 'ertl were sponsors for Kalhy Jean, daughter of Mr nnd Mrs .oranz Pijahn who was baptized it St. John's Lutheran church at Young America, Minn. Mr and Mrs Albert Mitchell and Mr and Mrs Richard Underwood and family were guests at the Mltgaard home In Fertile Sunday. Eugene Huskamp, Ray Stober, Mervin Priebe and Dale Weisbrod are enjoying a two week fishing trip at Hudson and LacSuel, Canada. Coming fvenfs Thursday, Juno 4, 1959 Algontf (la.) Upp«r 0*t Mo!rt«*~S eglon, Thursday, June ll — Dopcw Circle; Friendly Neighbor Club; Dorothy Circle. Friday, Juno 12 — Legion Auxiliary, SALES BOOKS, register tickets, register- carbons, adder and cash• register 'roils at the tipper Do* Moinea Pub, Co., Algona, r t la &fjprjfa£Jput sfnclra thanks to our relatives afed friends for their many kind delis during our recent bereaveifcftnt and for the thoughtful memo^al nnd flowers. We will always te* member Ihefn. The Bett Mitdhtett family. 22* HI-THROW BLOWER fins 80 -foot silos on a low power appetite Thursday, June 4 Fairvllle Aid. Monday, June 8 W.S.C.S.; American WEISBROD Implement Company JOHN DEERE, NEW IDEA - ; and GEHL EQUIPMENT Bu*. Phone 3 Re». Phone, 60 HANTELMAN BUILDING SERVICE For Building - Remodeling PHONE 12$ or 17 Dr. E, W. Ruske DENTIST Office Phone 79 Residence 25 Fentpn, Jow« HANTELMAN'S OARAGE Auto & Tractor Repair! FENTON; IA, Fenton Elevator Plans Golden Jubilee Party Fenion — The/ ,50th anniversary party of the Fenton Co-Op elevator will be held Saturday, June 13, at th£ Fenton school gymnasium, „ it was announced this week by Curtis Lura, elevator manager. A complete program of entertainment is planned, to be presented by the Karl Mario show productions. The program will start ! 'at 8 p.m. There will be o lunch following the program, and gifts for those attending are planned^ Complete details' of the event will be found on the Fenton Reporter page next week. Mr and Mrs Donald Root, Dick and Ervin attended the .graduation exercises at Iowa State College last week. Larry Root received his B.S. degree in mechanical engineering. He spent a week at- home before leaving for Sunnyvale, Cal. where he will be .employed at the Lockheed missile center. Mr and Mrs Max Flaig and son Bruce who have been guests in the Jarnes Meyer Home left for their home in Seattle, Wash. They were called* here after the death of Max's father, Bill Flaig, Lone Rock, and had been staying tnere and at Mrs Flaig^s folks, the Fred Meyers of Algona, and also visit- Ing other relatives and friends,' ' Mr and Mrs Walt PertJ, Bonnie and, Ginger -spent last Sunday at Norwood, M'inn. Mr and Mrs Diplomas To 8th Grade & Awards Night Observed Fenton — Diplomas were prer sented to eighth grade students W s^e^ A iWdl\"pit^mp to students who had participated in activities at Sentral High this past year, at a special program held recently at Sentral.-: School: LeRoy Bras . presented awards for ' vocal music. Norma Larson was named the outstanding senior in vocal music activities. Warren Jones presented awards and pins in instrumental music, All senior students participating in band were given-pins of award by the Sentr,al' Band Mothers. Janice Bierstedt was named the outstanding student in instrumental music. 'Susan Hantelman had the largest number of points in the merit point plan and David Webber ,was second high. Muriel Nordine had the::largest number of practice hour's for out of schooltime. •.(>.'.•.'.; Awards jn, baseball were given out by Kenneth i Walter 'and Mrs Flaig presented the girls with basketball awards. Robert Morris presented the boys awards for basketball. Ringsted Theatre "Desert Fury" Technicolor with Burt Lancaster Lizabeth Scott Thurs. - Fri. - Sat. June 4-5-6 f .,.,,,., "Onionhead" with And/ Griffith , : , Erin O'Brien Sun. - Mon. - Wed. June 7-8-10 Want to save time at the Bilo? Gehl's power-idea does it for you . .. with real "towering" capacity to make short work of filling 80-footers, and you rarely hear the tractor governor cut in. Direct PTO puts the Hi-Throw in operation fast ... no holes, no stakes. 9-inch blower and grain-tight table handle all crops. Large throat keeps a clean table i, . ends the waste of waiting wagons. Safety lever for quick stops. 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