The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 13, 1959 · Page 12
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 13, 1959
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Published By the Upper Dts Moinei Publishing Co., Algona, Iowa August 13,1959 MRS. AttDITtt HAtVifiSON Newt Senlral Schools To Open Aug. 31 Phone CY 4-3535 - Your Newspaper IS YOUR HEATING SYSTEM"?^ WINTER? Ws will gladly furnish FREE estimates on Heating Plants, New — or additions and Improvements to your old one. LENNOX OIL & GAS FURNACES HANDLED BY McFALL & RUSCH FENTON Louvered, aluminum canopies... with t x80%.,air and light The moit popular patio canopy under the' sun, ; because It's the finest nude, tht smartest looking and the longest lasting. A masterpiece of simple, attractive design, it will enhance the beauty of your .home. Precision engineered sections join smoothly and quickly— no painting or maintenance problems. BEAUTY SHADE, INC. Coldwatar, Ohio, U.S.A. THE BEST PRICES Combination Windows and Doors MORTENSEN SALES CO Fred Mortensen PHONE 87 FENTON, IOWA shortfall or tangled Gehl 1-Row gets H all Here's the '1-Bow chopper to buy! Gehl's special gathering mechanism tackles any crop—moves right under tangled and "down" corn, barrels it. through he finer-chopping Chop-All! It's safer, too! Gehl's xclusive Safety CJutch stops he chain gathering mechan- isjnsQ you can safely examine maphine in the field. GEHL ... instant control „ . -tractor spat. l*t . i show "you the pew Gehl " -"•"- Crop Attachment,* --"-'*-•- life »tl EISBROD IMPLEMENT -m£i r ;*iff^^,iM' «>(»** t»%w > ,.,•«»('(. a < »i < v. IN F&NTQN, 1QW To Greet 12 New Teachers Fenlon — The Senlral Community Schools will open tin- 1959-60 school year on Monday, Aug. 31, with a full days session. Bus routes will be approximately the same as those of last year. The faculty has been completed for the new year. New faculty members include: "Ronald Martin, LuVerna, typing and English. Richard Winter, Algona, Social Studies, Boys' Basketball and Ass't. Football. Larry Paulson, Fonda, Mathematics, Girls' Basketball Coach Robert Burkgren, Dayton, Shop Clarice Burkgren, Dayton, Homemaking. Clayton Wolff, Streeter, N.D., Science. Richard Pannell, Ringsted, Jr. High English. Ardis Jones, Fenton, H.S. Vocal Jerienc 'M e y e r i n g, -Woden, Kindergarten in Fenton. Dagny Matheson, Esthcrville, 3rd and 4th, Seneca. Betty Schwartz Smith, Swea City', 2nd grade, Lone 'Rock. Esther C. Hilton, Williams, 5th grade, Lone Rock. A number of improvements have been made in the school buildings. The major improvements include moving the rest rooms from the basement to first floor in the Lone'Rock building and .dividing the assembly room in the Fenton building into a library and classroom by the erection of a dividing wall. The faculty of Sentral Community Schools will be meeting for a work shop day on Thursday, Aug. 27 and will attend the County Teachers Institute 'in Algona on Friday, Aug. 28. Family Polluck Dinner More than fifty relatives gathered Sunday at the community center Jn Fenton for a potluck dinner. Honored were Mr and Mrs Tyer Lively of AnahuaCj Texas, house guests of'.Mrs Frecl Newel and daughter Beth Ann, Attending from a distance wera Luella Newel of Chicago; E. J. Newel of Davenport; Mr and Mrs Arnold Kuecker and Barbara of Buffalo Center. From Lone Rock were Mr and Mrs Maurice Weisbrod and Terry. From Featon were Mr and Mrs Gaylord John•son, M>r and Mrs Clarence Osborh and David, Mr and Mrs Wilfred •Stbeber, Mr and Mrs Roger Os- bprn ..and Debbie, Mr and Mr:i '6laytoh Ditsworth, Kathryn and Mary Ellen, Mr and Mrs Charles Weisbrod, Mr and Mrs Don Shaw, •Carol, Ricky and John, Mrs E. J. Frank, Mr and Mrs Lyle Newel., Dennis, Suzanne and Jan, Vlr and Mrs Lester Weisbrod, Ivan and James, Mr and Mrs John Bailey, Janelle and Jerome. Afternoon callers were Dr. and Mrs A. Whitlow and Robert with Mrs Whitlow's sister, Mrs Walter Rauert of Denver, Colorado, and Mr and Mrs LeRoy Newel, Hartley. 4-Algona (la.) Upptir Dot Mdmds Thursday, Augutt 13, 1st Anniversary Party Planned At Charlie's D-X Fentbn — Charlie Feye is planning a First Anniversary party at his D-X station in Fenton, Friday and Saturday, Aug. 14 and 15, as announced in complete detail elsewhere on tha Fenton Reporter page led ay. There will be some excellent attendance and registration prizes, to be given away at 9 p.m. on Saturday, although you will not have to be present at the drawing, to win one of them. Don't miss dropping in; the treats are on Charlie. Stoebers Attend Hardware Meet Fenton — nay and Wilfred Stoeber of Fenton have just returned from Minneapolis where they attended the Our Own Bard- ware Fall and Christmas Buying Market and Summer Meeting, July 26. The Stoebers report there were hundreds of new toy and gift items that will be. available 'this Holiday season. For example, toy birds that actually fly, jet pilots' helmets, and miniature space rocket setsi There was even a beautiful silver Christmas tree that can .be rii-used year after year. Also, a stand with a music box, that plays Christmas tunes as the tree revolves." Mrs Ray Stoeber and Mrs Wilfred Stoeber and Wayne also at*« tended the convention. Bruce D. Rouse of Ayrshire has been appointed to the Palo Alto county Farmers Home Administration committee, according to an announcement made this week by Roscoe Miller of Sojmcer,..^they /agency's ;: county supeDvisor* Also; on. the ,cpi?imi,.t- tee"i?Fe"CTarence •', 0. 'iOleseri < Co'f Emrnets>burg and Donald Root of Fenton whose three-year . terms have not yet expired. Mr and Mrs Fred Morlensen, Kathy, Bryan and Tim and Kathy Lynch w ere Sunday supper guests in the Dar<ryl Householder home at Lone Rock, i Mr< and Mrs Otah Smith of Danville, 111. were guests in the S. E. Straley 'home from Thursday to Monday. Fenton W.S.C.S. Met The W.S.C.S. of the Fenton Methodist church met Thursday, Aug. 6 in the church parlors. Mrs Merle Voigt gave devotions. Mrs Arnold Hansen was the program leader. She was assisted by a panel made up of Mrs Clarence Yager, Mrs Jack Gerhart and Mrs Lyle Newel. The topic they discussed was the "Loca' Church — Faith Witlt Works.' Rev. Walker remarked about the work of the church the Missions, Fellowship and Stewardship. There will be a general work day at the church Thursday afternoon Sept. 10. Hostesses were Mrs Clayton Ditsworth, Mrs Clifford Dougles and Mrs Earl Crouch, Mrs Arlo Ranney was the lucky winner of the Fenton Friday nite drawing. Mies Judy Jolley is spending two weeks at Camp House at Brimson, Minn. Last week she spent several day with Schilay bpilman at Fox Lake. Sunday evening guests in the H. W. SohuUe home were Mr and Mt&Jierhar t Schmidt of Nicollet, Minn. Mrs Schmidt is EJ sister of Mr Schulte. > Sunday dinner guests in ihe ; S. E. Straley honie were Mr and Mrs Donald Void and family, Mr and Mrs Lyle Hansen and Mr and Mrs Otah Smith. Mr end Mts" Paul Eigler, and Mrs John Kbhlwes were recent visitors in the Harry Rickheart home at-Lost Island, and with Mr and Mrs Emil Zender and Tillie Kohlwes at Terril. Lena Kohlwes of Minneapolis was a Tuesday visitor in the Paul Eigler home. Mr and Mrs Raymond Stoeber spent from Friday to Sunday, at Lake Okoboji for a week-end vacation. trip. Mr and Mrs Fred Mortensen have had as house 'guests this past week I$r and Mrs Elmer Turmo, Dwight and John, Mrs Kathryn Mortensen of La Crosse, Wis., and Mr and Mrs Mortin Mortensen and Mrs Lottie Wendell of Eire, 111. Other callers have been Mr and Mrs Kenneth Mortensen and family and Mrs Laura Mortensen of Granada, Minn., Mr and Mrs Allen Orvens and family of Swea City and Mr and Mrs Darryle Householder of Lone Rock. Mrs Kathryn Mortensen is the mother of Fred and Carl of Fenton. Mr and Mrs Chester Skaar, Harold and Bernett were Thursday dinner guests in the Albert Mitchell home. The Skaars were enroute to Minneapolis where they met their daughter and together journied to California for- a vacation. Mr and Mrs Lloyd Kern and family .and Mrs Amanda Kern were visitors tin the Melvin Kern home at Algona Thursday evening, Linda returned home with the Lloyd Kerns for a week visit. The Fairvilla. Ladies Aid met Thursday in the' church parlors., Mrs^A.'C. Kruger led the ;WLM!If Topic discussion. Hostesses werg Mrs Hilbert Bierstedit and Mrs Alfred Bierstedt. ;" Arnold Jacobsen of St. James was a Sunday visitor in the Oscar Sorensen home. Mr and Mrs Hans Mortensen of Fairmont were Sunday afternoon visitors in the Fred Mortensen home. : Mr and' Mrs Lyle Basset and Timmy of Spirit Lake were Wednesday evening dinner guests irt the Raymond Stoeber h,oine. occasion was in, honor of Lylo Basset's and Mr and Mrs Ray* mond Stoeber'-s birthdays. Mr and Mrs Ray Sharp* BUli« and Roxie were Sunday guests in the Curtis Lura home. Billie and Roxie remained for a week visit Mr and Mrs J. A. F.chwartz and Edith L'aage were Sunday guests in* the Karl F. Schwartz home at Rock-well. Mr and Mrs Arnold Nielsen ar-t the parents of' a 9 lb., 4 02. son born ,Aug. 8 at the Emrnetsburg hospital. He has been named Kevin Jari. .Mr and Mrs Bob Weisbrod and family have been visiting 4 " in tho homes of'Mrs Sarah Weisbrod, L. J. Weisbrods and Ralph Weis- brods. They also visited a number of other relatives and friends in this vicinity before returning to their home in Illinois. The Legion Auxiliary met Friday afternoon at the Ed Bruhn home for their annual picnic. The .president made the announcement ' of the national convention to be held in Minneapolis, Aug. 24-27. $2.50 was given to the Veterans Hospital in Des Moines. After > the close of. the Moines. 'The September meeting will be with Mrs Hans Baago. Mrs Will Weisbrod was taken by ambulance to a Des Moinea hospital Saturday. Mrs '.Hugo D.enker and Florence Weisbrod accompanied her. Mr and Mrs > Dale Weisbrod, Nadine and Pam'spent the weekend in Minneapolis. Saturday they enjoyed seeing cinerama. On Sunday they^ drove to Grove City where they visited in the Arlo Voigt home. Also injMin- neapolisj Sunday, to see cinerama weue Mr and Mrs Clarence Underwood and Mr and Mrs Frank MoFall. ' ' Seventeen members of t h e Plover Garden- Club visited the lawn display at the Clarence Bierstedt home Friday afternoon and following this, they were luncheon guests of Rev., and Mrs ^ C. Preul. Mt and Mr* S. E. Straley accompanied by their house guests, Mt and Mrs Otah Smith of Danville, 111. were Saturday visitors in the Don Void -home —f—fr, | N |-...-. -. ..- r— J -n.JiU.m.-.-[..--.-j-.:n-—T»-f—r- .-ir ^-..-nr-rr-r-i WANTED r- RELIABLE PARTY in the Fehton area to' take over established territory and represent the Fenton Coop Elevator and'Northrup King & Co. Contact Dick Theesfield, Fenton, la. 'Phone 40. , 32 CARD OF THANKS I wish to thank all my rela- tives and friends .for the 'beauti* ful flowers, gifts and cards sent me during my illness. Mrs Clarence Biersledt. 32* * CARD Of f HANKS I would like to take thia means of thanking everyone who remembered jne with flowers, gifts and cards during my stay in the Holy Family Hospital at Estherville. Also a special thanks to the hospital staff, .the doctors and Rev. Krueger for their many kindnesses. Mrs Emil Bleckxvenn, 32* TOY Visit Our Toy Basement For Real Savings! UP TO On Toys, Dolls, Games Our New Christmas Toys Will Soon Be Shipped. We Must Make Room For Them Stoeber Hardware Fenton, Iowa THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL Fenton, Iowa Experienced Embalmers and Funeral Directors Ambulance Service Reliable 24 Hour Funerals May Be Referred to Us With Confidence FINTPN 93 RINGSTED 210Q1 FENTON BUSINESS and PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY GERALD VOIGT INSURANCE FENTON, IA. THi FRIENDLY TAVERN Invites You To Fenton WEISBROD Implement Company JOHN DEERi, NEW IDEA and GEHL EQUIPMENT Bos. Phone 3 Res. Phone 60 MANTELMAN BUILDING SIRVICi For Building - Remodeling r 17 Dr, E, W. Ruske DENTIST Office Phons 79 Residence 25 Fenton, Iowa HANTELMAN'S GARAGE Auto & Tractor Repair* FiNTON, IA, UQYD M, B'VUOAND licensed Reel Estate Broker and farm And Auction Service tv'.ij j • 'k -j ( , ' f * Good News Prom the Home of Better Furniture Buy s BIG NEW SHIPMENT OF PLATFORM and UPHOLSTERED FURNITURE S. • • ' • ' ' : Newest styles, designs, from nation's leading manufacturers of furniture. 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