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§>• *.. Published |y The Upper DBS Melntt » :. Publishing Co., Algorm, Iowa 2-fAlgonb (to.) Upper Des Moines Thursday, Sept. \i, 1959 Sentral Enrolls 577 For # • • •'.••• Increase of 20 Over '58 i^if- u fi. fcenion — The Sentral Community Schools opened its doors to a^Jotal of 577 student,? for the beginning of the 1959 school year* This is twenty students more tltftn were attending last year. Headed by D. G. Keoppel as superintendent, there is a total of 36 teachers on the staff. There are 155 students enrolled in^high school and 82 in Junior Htgh. At the Fenton school there ar'p 149 pupils, at Lone Rock, 113, and at Seneca, 78. •Mrs William O* B r i a n is serving as school secretary at Seneca: Mrs Jess Blanchard at L®ie 'Rock and Mrs D. G. Keopp«3 at Fenton. Judy Keoppel ha% been hired to serve as sccre- ti$y at the Sentral'high school, to* succeed Mrs Marjorie Fox, wtlo is retiring. Roger Osborn I NEED MORE HORSESHOES! I Only Have 200 EACH for ANY HORSESHOE j-* >t* .... K, don't care where they's come fr'oiri just so the ,horse is not attached. ^ or SMALL, NEW or USED VOIGT INSURANCE vill serve as school board sccre- ary. 3ride-To-Be Honored Jan Geilenfeldt was honored at a miscellaneous shower Friday evening at the Blakjer Lutheran church parlors. Mrs 0. f. Cher- d had beautifully decorated .he tables and church parlors in blue and white, the bride-to-be's chosen colors. Mrs Henry Looft was in charge of the evening's program which included the following selections; reading and devotions by Mrs Peter Thorsen of Ringsted, reading by Sandra Gable, Medley of songs by Carol Hanisch, and a reading by Barbara HalVerson, Barbara Halverson of Fenton Karen Berninghaus of Lone Rock and Pat Hedland of Algona assisted Jan with her gifts, 1 Mrs Peter Thorson presided ,a the;coffee-Service. ;•'.••• • ' • Hostesses were M e s d a m e s Henry Wilberg, Kenneth Halver son, Amey Cherland, Odey Cljer land, Hatlle, Lewis Breeze, Leo Fox, Ted Jensen, Earl Crouch, Roy Zunkel, Clarence Menz, Olaf Oftedahl, Elmer Hanisch, Nolte, August Nelson, Alfred Redcrsen, Henry Looft and Mrs Herman Gable and Sandra; and Misses Lois Wilberg, Marlene Jensen, and Marilyn Johannosen. tfrs Fred Reutter and 'Mr and firs Leonard Berg of East Lynn, 11.; and Mr* Lena Ascheliman t Jernice and Ellen of Chicago Guests, earlier in the week were fir and -Mrs Arthur Alt of La Crosse, Indiana. Mrs L. J, Reed of Algona was La'bdr Day weekend guest in .he home of Mr and Mrs Ray Stoeber. Mr and Mrs Roy Valentino and •amily of Omaha returned to their liome on Labor pay. They had/ been visiting with Mrs Valentine's parents, Mr and Mrs John Gramenz, On Sunday the other Gramenz children were home Mr and Mrs Harold Gramenz and tho. Ray Tietz family of Spirit Lake and the RoHand Watsttn family of Titonka. Raymond Gramenz of Portland, Ore. was not there, Mr and Mrs Paul Eigler and daughter Judy were overnight campers Saturday and Sunday on the edge of Iowa Lake. Spending Sunday with thern were M* 1 and V 'i Fenton, Iowa (37-38-.3Q) : THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL •*>• ^ i ,i« *, F«nton, Iowa - '• it ** ' £ Experienced . Embqlmers and Funeral Directors Ambulance Servict Reliable 24 Hour Funerals May Be Referred To Us With Confidence J>hon« FENTON 23 RiNOSTED 21 Opt 20216 Erid 4,200. Mile Trip .'Mr and Mrs Chris Dahl' : ~and Dennis have recently returned from a 4200 mile trip through ten western states. Highlights of the trip included, several„ National Parks, Carlsbad, Grand Canyon, Zion, Bry'ce'-'and;various parks in'•Colorado, They -also toured Salt Lake City and hiked down the Grand Canyon trail. To Be Guest Speaker t Don' : Collinspn who has "recently.•returned:.'from the Belgian Congo in 'Africa will be-at -the Fenton/'Methodist church Friday, Sept. 25. at 8 p.m. to speak and show pictures of that area; He -has spent 5 years as an agricultural missionary and plans to return to the mission fojloiwing his furlough. The'public is incited. field Going-Away Party (Last Thursday evening Miss Agnes Goetsch and Mrs R., C. ,Goetsch had a small going-away dinner party in honor of .Janet' Bfihne who is enrolled at the Kfahler Methodist school of nursing at "Rochester, Minn.; Judy Eigler who will attend the University of Iowa, and Beth 'Ann Neweji who will., start- her third year at the Mankato State College.' Other guests included ..Mrs Frank Behne, Mrs Fred-Newel and Mrs Frank Eigler. Alt Family Reunion The Kossuth County fa-ir- grounds at Algona was the site of the Alt family reunion last Sunday. There were 120 hi' attendance. Weekend house guests of the Larry Alt family of rural Fentbn/were'Mrs Louise; Alt, La Crosse, Indiana^ the Willis- • Alt family of Kouts, Indiana; Mr and Mrs Ray Stoeber of Fenton Mrs L. J. Reed of Algona. The Depew Fellowship Circle met Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs Morris Mitchell Devotions were given by Mrs Earnest Berkland and the lesson by Mrs DUlla Cody. Mrs Harvey Henriksen and* Virginia Berkland were guests of the circle. H. C. Lindsey accompanied ihe Dale Weisbrods to' Sioux City Friday where he visited in the H. E. Stedman home. The Weis- brods who had taken their daughter Pam, to Morningside College visited with friends. Mrs Dick Umsted of Fairmont is spending several days visiting her brother and his wife, Mr and Mrs H. C. Lindsey. .. . ; : Miss Karen Kphlwes and Roger Jacobs of-;. Austin, Minn, 'were weekend "guests at ihe E. H. Dreyer and John Kohlwes homes, On Labor Day the E. H. Dreyer?, • and Roger, their guests and the Darrel Dreyer family and Mar lene Walker of Whi,ttemore were dinner guests in the Duane Dreyer home at Humbbldt, They all enjoyed watching the boat races near Rutland in the afternoon. The Fenton Progressors 4-H Club met at the .home of Brian • Borchardt Monday evenihg. Newly elected officers are President, Darrel Berkland, vice president, Earl Jentz, secretary - treasurer, Bernard Laa'bs; reporter, Gary ^Berkland, recreation chairmen John Ruger and Kent Thompson, Craig; Borchardt is, a ; new club member.; ; Members present were Jon aVid^Earl Jentz, ^Linneas and John Laa'ge, John "' 'and' Philip Ruger, Brian and Craig B. Borchardt, Darre), Gary, Judith, and Joyce Berkland, Bernard Laabs and Dennis Uthof. A delicious unch was served by Mrs Borchardt. The Fenton Woman's Cluh met Tuesday . afternoon in nqme of Mrs Art Priebe Jit Lone Rock. Mrs fed Bruhn was co- hostess. Mrs Charles Newel gave an interesting report on her 6,000 mile trip through the northern States. The trip took three weeks"; Miss Reba, Ditsworth of Estherville was '.a Friday overnight guest in the hqme of Mr and Mrs Clayton Ditsworth. Mrs Eugene Huskamp, Mrs Harvey Walker, Mrs Frank McFall and Mrs Clayton Ditsworth attended the Algona District WSCS Seminar of Officer Students from Seneca Area Off To College Sen0ca — This past week many college students hlcft for various colleges at which they are enrolled. Kathryn Johannesen will begin her senior year at Luther College, Decorah. Margaret Fischer, also a senior at State Teachers, College, /Cedar Falls, is -doing 'prac-< lice teaching at. Mason City; Sandra Gable- will continue her work at Stale Teachers College; Raymond Wilberg and Eugene Gardner, the State ^University of Arizona; Marilyfi Johannescn, Augustana CollegjB, at Sioux Falls, South Dakota; Lois \ ..»«* «*" * f ' « I ^ "'-W ANNOUNCEMENT I Meet ART ZUMACH Phone 5-3690 — Lone Rock .41 Most of you already krjow hirn, He's "|^§, Northrup King see<£ ref>j;esen)ativa in this area. And ha'i anxious tq meet and talk with you. He has the NK hy- J^ri.4$ that are, best fqr,, tjjis, area—and h,9 can help you pick the maturities that'll give you.the highest production on your farm. Give him a jingle today. Teuton Co-Qp Elevator St. Olaf College, -Northfield Minn.; Jane Ruger, Luther College, Decorah; Margaret Nielsen Waldorf College, Forest City Marlene Jensen, Roger Nielsen and Donald Nielsen, Iowa State University, Ames; Jerry England and Laddie Hurlburt, Mankato -Teachers .College; Janice Osbprn, Mankato Business Col legej Dennfs Johnson, Emmets burg Junior College, and Sharon Dorsey, wHo began her teach- casion marked the tenth wedding mniversary of the Alvin Olsens. fhe Olsena who haVe,been here 'or the funeral of Mrs Olseh's step-father, left Monday for their lotne in San Bernardino, Calif. Miss Virginia Berkeland who ias been visiting in'the home of icr'parents, the B, G. Berkclands and other relatives in this area, has gone to St. Paul to visit her brother » and family and other relatives before returning to Seattle, Wash. Marvel Hansen Shower Honoree At Lone Rock Lone Rock shower was A miscellaneous held in Honor of ing career near Kingsley, la, Sioux City at Seneca Stars Elect The Seneca Stars elected new officers, at their September meet v ing held at the home of Jill Jensen. • The new officers elected were: Mary 'England*', president; Coleen Smith", vice president; - Bonnie Crouch, secretaryc;-; treasurer; Carol Hanisch, historian; Alyce Petersen, reporter; and' Jill. Jensen, photographer. ' New .members welcomed into the clu'b included-, ,Coleen anc| Marlene -SmithV Candice Vaudt, Rehee Votteler and Sheryl Jen-: "sen." " ; •-•• ••' •'. ••• Mrs Earl Crouch .was the visiting mother. Carol Hapisch and Mary England were najmed on a committee to make definite plaris for a skating party. ' Marilyn Johannescn gave talk ; and Carol Hanisch gave demonstration. Marvel Hansen of Irvington-Sept. 8 in the Lone Rock Presbyterian church. ; There were about 50 guests present, with Mrs Bernard Miller registering them. Mrs Marion ^Knoll was in charge of the .program for the evening. A reading, Mrs Ralph Bier&tedt; game,, with Pauline Flaig; scenes from a .wedding with Jo&lla Miller -• as the minister, and Rita Schroedef as! bride an'd Mary Ann Tigges as, the groom. > '.. '' ; • Marvel'opened her mah^r gifts with Glen-Dora Patton -and Mrs Honor Ex-Residents Approximately •150 guests honored MrFrank Lpoft, ' long time Seneca residents, rio'w?|. of Fairmont,' Minn, on their 40th ^ wedding anniversary,- -*, Aiig; 30 'at v the home'* of their daughter, the John .Hallstroms at East Chain, Minn. Bernard Miller assisting. Joyce Miller of West Bend carried the gil'tfe to the- table and Sharon carried the gifts away from the ta'ble. • |Marvel Hansen will be unit'ed in,'- marriage Sept. 20 to Dean Culburtson of Lone Rock at the Irvington Presbyterian church. Circles Meet • • ! •The circles of the Presbyterian church will meet Sept. 17. Marion, hostesses, Mary Genrich and Loii Houck; lesson by •Thelrna r Ranius; Emma, Nan and Maude Blanchard, hositesses; lesson ( Donna, Hurlburt; Jo-Ella, Mildred Haimmerstrom and Jean .Marlow Esther Flaig, Mrs and Mrs Fritz j*n * , * ChenG j^resentfc A birthday, fc&fy helcl !h, Mfl Ed Ohm's ftc&to.f.W&a held,.M!ted*. riesday in the home ol 'Deletes Ne\^brough. Mary Pagsley, Mar- 1 ion Behrends, MStihii 'PetteffceA, Nan Blanchfcrd, ^JMtatide Biati* chard, Lucille Blgncftard,, Fertt Krueger, Rath rfiFuegW, ''Ruth Blanchard arid Mfs Fred' Drafts* feldt were -present; On , Tuesday afternoon, Mrs Lyle Marlow' entertained -the St. John's Friendly Birthday circle from Burt. MtS Gladys- O'D0«* nell was visitor. "On, Wednesday afternoon a Friendly Neighbor Birthday club , held- in tth'e 1 ,Lyle Marlow home. The,.group played/"500." Mrs Wilfred Radig won travel prize, Mrs Fern Weteel won low, and Mrs Merwih ''Marlow high. Sunday guest/in ,the Darryl Householder homY' was Donald Bruhn. • '—^- » * . iMr.and Mrs- Lyle Marrow 1 entertained the Belated Birthdays in their home Wednesday evening. Those present 1 were Mr and Mrs Art Bierstedt and sons James and Steven of'Lakota, Mr and Mrs Dick O'Donnell-and Mr and 'Mrs , Leonard Warner and Randy of Algona, Mr and Mrs Clarence Madumber "of Algona and Mr and Mrs Walter Sorensen of Burt. i;-.Alfred,Sh'adettdorf Jr, .arrived home Thursday on a 20 day leave. •'Guests recently at Jthe 'home of Alfred Schadendorf were^LelRox ^Ehnen and Mervin, Mrs ^ JUnior Hurlburt and Randy,.Mrs Frauka Schadendorf of L'akoia and Kenneth Fischer and family,, .Bancroft. Sunday afternoon visitors in the Schadendorf home were Mr and Mrs Carl Benna of Albert City. -of the affe, am-, tioft. Portland Boys THe regular " ' meeting Portland Boys!- 4-Jl Sept 10.' The 'new the year, were. elected, as follows: Presldent t ,,Tatri pe; vice presideAi, Arnold Schut- tcr, secretary - treasurer^ David Rasmugsen, reporter, Jim- Sparksj and recreation chairmah; .«pav1d Marnis. We' discussed' raising .the dues but decided not to Braise them but have a penalty for not paying them. After/ the meeting several games w « re played. Lunch was served by Mrs Trunk- hill.^ I • USEC MACHINERY BARGAINS Don't fall To Redd Our Ad On Classfied Page^Of Today's UDM.?:*; . ,-. *. fj'^_'.\_;:...^ ; WEISBROD IMPLEMENT fiBTfEH PRINTING for less — Upper-Des Moines "Pttb\ Co,, hbstesses, low. lesson, , .Colleen Mar- ; Honored At Shower ' ;• ' ' ' ' ,A personal shower in 'honor ot jMadonna Marlow was held Sept. 3 ;by some Humboldt girls. Ma- dc^nna was presented with a cor- along with her other love- ing Meeting at Lorenze, Friday. It was the last of 3 'Seminars, the others were Sept. 3, at Clear Lake and Sept. 9, at Titonka. Class Officers Elected For Sentral High Fenton — Class officers elected at Sentral High School Friday were: : • S.omprs -— President, Chaiio; K,ern; vice president, J, u 3y- Jvthl s <; c r e t a r y, Paul Geit,zpn^uer treasurer,' Craig 'Blanchard; Student Council, Vergene Norland and Ed Schmidt; , Juniors — president, Henber Krause; vice president, Sandy Ellefson; secretary, Donna Knoll treasurer, Susan Montgomex'y Student" council, Bonnie Potratz ^nd: Loved a KQhjwes. ^pph^mores — president, ! Barbara. Wehrspann; vice president, Virgene Bierstedt; secretary treasurer,. Jon .Jentz; student council, Terry Juhl and Marvin Mrs Ed jEisemchmidt ;of Dubu- queJs visiting at the jiomejOf her Drothei- apd family,' the Martin Wilbergs. Mr and Mrs Dick Looft of Des Vloines 'spent Saturday " at the Henry "Doofts. On Sunday ' they drove to Rochester, 'Minn.,, where they ' visited' with • thc< Jack Loofts. 1 Jerry Wilberg has completed it is period of enlistment in the Navy and arrived home last Thursday. He has been stationed at Norfolk, Va. Mr and Mrs Martin Wilberg took their daughter Lois to Northfield, Minn, last Thursday where she enrolled vat St. Olaf College. Enroule to Northfield they, visited with relatives at Mcmkato and then went on to Minneapolis where they' visited with their son, Lloyd. Club's'f irst meet-new year was-Jield-Sl - Priebe's Sept. - 8. ''Mrs Ed Bruhn was co-hostess and the program was presented by Mrs Esther Frank and Mrs Ernest Votteler. Ella Newel game a review of their trip out West. There were 15 members present and Sarah .Weisbrod as honorary member and Florence 1 Behne as a guest. A birthday party .for Mae Qumri was'" held in her home Tuesday with Martha ,' Peterson, Mary Lou Marlow and' son, Mrs LeRoy Ennen and Mervin, Mrs Fenton Club To See Road Film : A r movie "Iowa's Road' Challenge" will be featured on the orograrn of the Fenlon Community Club on 'Monday, Sept. 21. . ,The movie, sponsored by the Iowa Good Roads Association, Jis an Iowa-made film, developed by the Association! to promote better and safer highways 'and tells 6 .factual story of ^Iowa's highways and their/needs.'":. 'i .... • ? A 15-mihute full color movie is followed by a 10-minute com- -Se.e ,Us About % SILO FILM 'Read About It In The Farm & Home Section . WEISBRQD IMPLEMENT 'S 3 Drymtj. -T 'IB 1 , lint Trap'' I ryiiuj i-£NYOH, IOWA. •Freshmen — president, Margaret Dittmer; vice president, Dp i}. Yager; secretary and, tre^, •surei% Jolleiv Mueller; studant Lois s Finnestaid aqd, Lyi^n iBiersVedt, " \ Mr- wd- Mrs Fred LaabR of St. Ansgar were guests in the R. F. ]Ua^ps home fr,om Friday to Sunday afternoon. They also visited in te , Chris Ha.gse home at Burt. •ijjys Jlaase is. a sistev of Fred and ;R. F, La^»s, Mr £>nd 'Mrs Mr ^nd Mrs R. F. S^chutt were dinner guests bs home, Sunday ifo^p was entertained ai SP m the Wilfred Laabs 17 —-'Blalsjer t^"***jv •» ^''^Vfffit 1 * *f w^H?" *VA1XG* S* Fwday, Sept. 18 — Fenton g\¥«shi^ J^ome,builders. •Monday, Sept. 20 — — Com- Improvements At Fenton Park Are Discussed Fenlon — ,' The Fenton Park commissioners 1 met with; the town council at the regular monthly meeting and presented a plan for future and present needs at the city park. •Plans included repairing, painting, tree trimming and a major step toward a shelter house and covered picnic area. « The first work is planned this autumn on i concrete slab about 40x100, This area will be made so that t can be flooded for winter ;pqrts and it will also be designed so that summer roller skating :an also be done on it. Eventually a roof and more picnic tables will be added for a sheltered ea. The council voted to appropriate funds for this work from special funds available, so lyq additional tax will ba needed Mr and Mrs Floyd FUcobs. James arid Peter of Luserne Valley, Calif, stopped recently in Fenton for brief visits With friends. A former Fenton business u\an, Raeubs is now in a rock crushing-concrete business in California. Thursday, W.M.F. 24 — Depe\\ the Jmfky, winner in drawing F*J4$y msht Fertjtgn., \n will mept Friday afternoon, Sept 18 in the hpnie of Tvjvs Willis Cotton for their organisation tea. f buj&dsy evening dinner gue iji the Curtis Olsqn hom,e were Mr and Mrs Kalmer Randa o: Estherville, Mr and Mrs Alvin Olsen, Ronnie and Stanley, Mi •m&mm ft Q» . awrjtol8fl4. an« Virginia and Mr and Mrs Gay lord Olseu and family. The 'oc ; CHROME - PLATEp 15 INCH SERVING PLATTER F-R-E-E! with 2-ton purchase of 16% ALL MASH or 18% EQG MAKER. LADIES: This is a beautiful gift and FREE; don't fail to see it in our office. Deadline Is Oct. 31 Fenton Co-Op Elevator FENTON, IOWA (37-38) Qn/y an E/eoir/o Water Heater /s, FULL, Y Electic Water Beaters 1 Nothing to^f t, adjust, regulate, tucn qn faucet , . . v^ito a quick-recovery off except heater. IOWA ELECTRIC LIGHT AND POWER COMPANY : ^OWN .QrJFENTQN OFFICIAL OTIC USE OFMTrJIlaFENTON TOWN DUMP GROUNDS BY ANY OTHER THAN A ;tt$lpERT OF FlMfpN IS FORBIDDEN. This; property was purchased by and for Fenton 3 residents and violators are subject to a minimum fine of $25. . Mayor G. R. Krause (37-38) >' K: YOUR GUIDEPOST TO ALL MONEY MATTERS TUTS 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 a SAVINGS BANK Fenion and Armstrong FENTON BUSINESS and PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY GERALD VOIGT INSURANCE FENTON, IA. ' THE FRIENDLY TAVERN Invites YQU To Fenton , WEISBROD Implement Company JOHN DEERE, NEW IDEA and GEHl EQUIPMENT Bus, phone 3 Res. Phone 60 BUILDING SERVICE For Building . Remodeling PHONE, 195 er 1? Dr. E.W. Rusks DENTIST Office Phone 79 Residence 25 Fenton, Iowa HANTiLMAN'S OARAGi Auto « Tractor Repairs F5NTON, IA. , UQYD M,; SIRKLANO licensed Real.Estate Broker and Farm Loan* I Phone '293 Penton, Iowa

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