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March 2, 1961 10 Sentral Teachers To New'61-'62 Teaching Jobs fj. __ *V , , . %^ 4 Lflrfe floek -i. The, following faculty members ' have resigned froHf the , Sentral Community Schools for the coming, years Mrs Robert Burkgren, Home- makingj Kenneth 'Walter, football, baseball,, driver training and pHysicat edttcatibn; William O'Brien, '•' English • and Dramatics; Ronald Martin; English and. Commercial; Mr and Mrs William Gowans, 6th 'grade. & Kindergarten^ rSeneaa;: -Mrs Carl Matheson, 3rd and 4lh grades, Seneca; Mrs Alff6d Itfileger; 6th GYade, Lohe Hdcltj Mrs Merle' 1 fieresford, 2nd Gi*ade- ; Lone' Rock ;r Mrs Vera Ffetletfck, 3rd Grade, Fenton,; |ifr (yfJrieh '.'• ti&i accepted a sirtiilar pbfeition at,'.' O^agfe, Iowa, Mr and Mrs Go\0aHS 'Will teach 6th grade : and kindergarten av Swea City. Miss Yager will be the .alternating; Kindergarten teacher for Lone Rock and Fenton, Mrs Robert Weisbrod Was moved.from the Fenton Kindergarten to the 3rd Grade in the Fenton Building. Mrs, Dale.THonlpson,, 1st and 2nd grade teacher at Seneca has been.mdved to the second grade at Lone Kock. ; There has been a shifting of the coaching duties at the High School) Mr Woltz, 'Jr. High coach, will take oVer the football assisted by Mr Winter, Mf Woltz will also coach baseball and assist Mr Winter in Boys Basketball. The Physical. Education classes will be divided between Mr Winter and Mr Paulsen. Mr Burkgren will-teach driver train*- ing, - , '•;.•'"'." • '' At the present time there are the following vacancies to be filled in the Sentral Community Schools: (1) H. S. English and Dramatics (2), Commercial and English (3), Homemaking and Art, (4), Librarian arid-Foreign Clean wp if ffiife Brooder Houses NOW... with CARBOLA ^ "" v RAISE MORE CHICKS-ASSURED POULTRY PROFITS V Before your chicks are hatched, to cut downsv OH mortality, fitst apply Carbola, the disinfecting white paint to the entire inside of your brooder, house. 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THE FRIENDLY TAVERN Invites You To Fenton WEISBROD Implement Company JOHN PURE, NEW IDEA and GEHL EQUIPMENT Bus. Phone 3 Res. Phpn* 6Q uuLnujuiujmumiiiuumLi i I HANTILMAN BUILDING SERVICE For Building - Remodeling PHONI 125 or 17 Dr, E, W. Ruske DENTIST Offiw Phone 79 Residence 25 Fenton, Iowa The Fenton REPORTER ft Tht Only pubUcaJfon Printed That Takes An Interest in Fenton I UOYD M. BIRKIANP Licensed Real Estate Broker and Form loans And Auction Language, (5) 6th Grade at Lone Rock building. Publish*! By The Upper 04* Mdtftft Publishing Co., A(0ona, fowa MRS. ARDETH HALVERSON Newt Editor Methodists Officer Slate Fenioti •*- Methodist women ift Fehton, Thursday, contributed $138 to a World Bank offering for. missions. There was a record attendance of'82 mfembers of thfe local Society of Christian Servicfe and 12 guests. The World Bank Service was conducted by Mrs Harvey Walker, wife-of the-pastor. Mrs Walker, as promotion secretary, announced results of the year-long attendance ' contest. The Virginia with 177 points and the Nellie Circle with 166 points will be guests of the losing Maxine circle (156 points) at a one o'clock • luncheon at the Majf meeting. A panel discussion led by* Mrs Jack Gerhart revealed the changing status of women in the home and in work outside the home. Panelists were the Mesdames John Theesfield, Arlo Ranney, Arriold Harisen, Dale Voigt ana Derwood Voigt. The Rev. Harvey Walker and Golden Age member, Mrs Carrie Voigt were a living worship center depicting church work done by all age groups. Mrs Don Shaw, was worship leader. Election of officers was dispatched by Mrs 1 Ranriey's carrying motion that the slate of officers presented by. her nominating committee be elected. Mrs Lyle Newel is next year's president; Mrs Ray Stoeber, vice president; Mrs Clarence Arbogast, recording secretary; and, Mrs Dale Weisbrod, treasurer. Mrs Eugene Huskamp is chairman of local activities with Mrs Charles Newel, associate. Circle chairmen are Voigt, Mrs Clar- and Mrs Ralph Mf and arties Meyelr ftntt Maftrfa *fld" partief; find Aff and Mrs Emil Bi'erstedt attended thje dedication of the new 2ioft. Lu- tnefatt Gnutc*. at Albert Lef Mlhfi. SiJefckers tyere Rev. Dorl- ald Ginne! of Creston, la. and Rev. Ernest Stahlke of Mitine*- pbiig; MIrthV TWefe, was an dpeh nouse followed py< a buffet supper at d:30. Mr and Mrs Bryah Willrnerts church. are members of -thfs Mrs Derwood ence Osborn, Weisbrod. Department secretaries are the Mesdames Harvey Walker, promotion; Hans Baago, missionary education; Charles L o,v e j o y, Christian social relations; Clarence Yager, student work; Donald Shaw, youth work; Edward Reimer, children's work; Jack Gerhart, spiritual liter ''Elmif Frank, literature and publications; Wendell Rusch, supply work. Hostesses were Mrs Hans Baago, Mrs Clarence Arbogast, and Mrs Clifford Douglas. Church Hosts Today The Fenton Methodist Church will be host Thursday, April 13, to a vacation church school institute sponsored by the Iowa Council of Churches. About 100 persons are expected for the all- day session, beginning with registration at. 8:30. Theme of the institute is 'Per-' sonal and Group Relationships'. Material and methods for workers in kindergarten, primary, junio? and junior high classes and for administrators will be presented by five leaders supplied by the Iowa council. The Maxine Circle of the Fenton Woman's Society of Christian Service is to serve the noon luncheon. Sunday dinner guests in ihe Darrol Dreyer home were Mr and Mrs E. H. Dreyer, Mr and Mrs Arlin Kohlwes and Bob, Mr arid Mrs Duane Dreyer and sons of Humboldt, and Mr and Mrs Roger Dreyer of Sioux City. ' Mr" and Mrs Max Flaig 01 Seattle and .Mr and Mrs James Meyers were Thursday evening guests in the Maynard -Nemitz home. Former Fenton Girl k Bride At St. Paul Fenton — Among those from this vicinity attending the wedding of Joanne Hantelman at the St. Stephanus Lutheran church ,n St. Paul Saturday evening were Mr and Mrs Ed Bruhn, Mr and Mrs Martin Hantelman, Mr and Mrs Paul Voigt, Judy and Roxanne, Mr and Mrs Roy Laabs, Mr and Mrs Roy Bierle and Mr and Mrs Ervin Schmeling. Yvonne Schmeling was an at- ;endant at the wedding. The aride is a daughter of Mr and Mrs Leland Hantelman of Du- !uth, Minn, former Fenton residents. St. John's Aid Met St. John's Ladies Aid met Wednesday, April 5. Hostesses were Mrs Clarence Wegener, Mrs Webber Yager and Mrs JJerkland. , Rev. Friedriclj; gave the topic: "Chosen To Bear Fruit". It was decided to take part in the' spring clollyng drive for the Cherokee ental Health Institute. Visitprs were Mrs, Ervin Klatt, rs Ray Utoff, Mrs Ervlii Votteler, Mrs Ervin Johnson, Mi's Robert Gretiien, Mrs Richard Thecslield, Mr* Marten'Parkland, te k°i$. fisrtisesi gad ito uniaa TEoiBpson. and Home From Texas . Mr and Mrs S. E. Straley have returned from a vacation at ,Krf- iriburg, Texas. Hignlignts of the tfip* included." tours to Monterey, Mexico; Padle island, the Falcon ; IJam, Port Isanelte, tne Na> val Air .base; a tour of an English Mercnant Ship. Several days were spent at Corpus Christl, Texas, and enroute home several days at Mountain Home, Arkansas in the Ozarks. Enroute to Texas tney visited tne Wyot Stotts at Lebannon, Mo. and the Roy Worleys at Sprlngdale, Arkansas. '•"• "• '•' ' ••'•' ••" ''* • Dr. and Mrs £. W. ttuske entertained at dinner Sunday, Miss Lillian Olson, Mr" and Mrs Ervm Olson "and Julie Ann and Mrs George Huisman all of Spencer. Mr and Mrs Jerry Wane arid Tamara of Manhatten, Kansas, are spending this week with i)r. and Mrs Jonn t R. Waite and Walter Wegener. ' Mrs Charles Theesfield returned home Sunday from the Holy Family Hospital, Where she had undergone surgery this last week. • :, Otto Jensen returned, home Saturday from Rochester, Minn, where he,, had been hospitalized at the Worrel hospital. Mr and Mrs William Hantelman and family spent Sunday in the parental W. B. Schmidtke home at M'orristown, Minn. Susan Hantelman of Minneapolis also a guest in the home. . v The Fenton Fire Department answered a call Wednesday evening . to the Franklin, Ruscn farm 'home, to assist .in extinguishing a wood and brush fire tnat had gotten out of control. Mi and Mrs Frederick Mars£ and daughters of iNew Proyidenr ce spent the weekend in'thfe home of Mrs Marsh's-parents, Mr and Mrs Raymond Lister. ' ,; Earl Hall To Speak, Sentral Graduation Flaig home. Mrs Jack Quinn, Mrs Martha Petersen, Mrs Rose Kraft, Mary Flaig, Mrs Maude Blanchafd, Mrs Mary Genrich, and Mrs Frank Flaig were guests in the Rutji Kruger home last Monday. The group celebrated the birthday of Ruth Kruger. Mrs Ed McQuire of Algona was a supper guest Thursday evening in the E. A. Lee home. They celebrated the birthday of Mr Lee. Mr and Mrs Roger Long of Lone Rock -were hosts to a janitors meeting in the Lone Rock School on Saturday evening. Mr and Mrs Walt Riedet of Burt, Mr and Mrs Duane Johnson and family of Ledyard, and Mr ' and Mrs Roger Long and Durwin were Sunday dinner guests in the Jim Long home. The Lone Rock American Legion met with 19 members present. They discussed the selections for Boys Stale. A Mother and Daughters Banquet wilb be held in the Lotts Creek Lutheran Church on Tuesday evening April llth at 6:30, sponsored by the Lotts Creek Lutheran Ladies Aid. .. Mrs Ralph Thompson visited recently in the home of Mrs Richard Long in Bancroft.' Lavonne Thompson attended the Science Fair at the College in Cedar Falls on Saturday. Mr and Mrs Andrew Petersen of Galva were Wednesday visitors in the P. M. . Cliristenson home. The Dale Wegener family were Sunday dinner guests in the Fred Wegener home in Algona. Mr and Mrs Russell Rentz of Algona visited Sunday evening in the Dale Wegener home. Mrs Clinton Rath attended a shower for Mrs Jerry Putzstuck of Algona in Church. , Mr and Mrs the Good Hope Lawrence New- Lone Rock — W. Earl Hall, editor 11 of the Mason City Globe- Gazette, will be the Comrn_encc- tnent Speaker at the Sentral Community High School on Wednesday, May 17th, 1961. The title of his address will be "Men Who have Dared". Mr Hall received his B.A. Degree from the University of Iowa in '1918 and became managing Editor of the Gazette when he was 22 years of age. He was a member of the Iowa State Board of Education for 12 years. He has traveled 40,000 miles and visited 31 countries. Mr and Mrs Earl Ziegler and Gordy of Algona visited in the Harvey Larsen home on Saturday evening. Mr and Mrs Harvey Larsen, and Mr and Mrs Bill Gifford drove to Minneapolis Friday to attend the. Sports show and the Ice Follies. Mr and Mrs Ralph Hammerstrom and family, Mr arid Mrs Carlos Engleby and family of Swea City, and Mrs Kenneth Krause of Fenton were Friday evening guests in the Emil Person home. Mrs Fred Schultz and Dawn, Mrs Rose Kraft, Mrs Maude Blanchard and Mrs Frank Flaig attended the Presbyterian brough, Mr and Mrs La Verne Smith, Mr and Mrs Ed Blanchard, Mrs Eva XThompsori and Mr and Mrs Marvin- Thompson of West Des Moines, were Sunday dinner guests in the Delmar Angus home in Burt, Afternoon callers in the Angus home were Mr and Mrs Fritz- Newbrough and family, Mr and Mrs Gene Blanchard and Mr and Mrs Delbert Blanchard and families. Mr nd Mrs Henry Wbodwick Jr. and family of Rake, and Mi and Mrs .Willis Woodwick of Algona were Sunday callers in the Ortwin -Tietz home, Mrs Amanda Petersen of .Armstrong returned home from Elca- •~:sr- *Mion, California after spending^fhe ' winter with the William Baird family. Mr and Mrs Rudy Peters 01 Burt visited Monday evening in the Henry Schroeder home. Mr and Mrs Gus Hibberer of Millard, Nebraska, Mr and Mrs Otl Rehnder of Ralston, Nebraska and Mrs Arnold Luschen of Grettna, Nebraska, and Mrs Kate Schroeder and Art of Algona and Mrs Dale Schroe'der and children were Saturday evening suppei guests in tHe Henry Schroeder home. Mrs Emma Hurlburt and Racheal visited in the Ornie Behrends home on Sunday afternoon. Mr and Mrs Martin Smith of Algona, were Sunday . dinner guests in the home of Marvin Marlow. Mr and Mrs Pcrshing Marlow of Burt were afternoon callers in the Marlow home. Mr and Mrs Frank Saflner and Mr and Mrs Warren Thompson ol Swea City were Wednesday evening visitors in the Walter Church supper in Tuesday evening. Algona on Paul Geitzenauer was a supper guest in the Donald Blarjr chard home last Sunday evening! Paul Geitzenauer, son of Mr and Mrs Lorenz Geitzenauer of Lone Rock left from Fort Dodge last Tuesday for Washington, D.C. Paul will attend the Naval Academy of Music. Paul played the fanfare of the Star Spangled Banner for the Graduation Ex^ ercises at the Great Lakes Naval Base on his graduation. Paul spent a fourteen day furlough in the home of his parents. Mr and Mrs Eritz Newbrough visited in the Henry Scheppman home in Algona on Sunday. Mr and Mrs John Semes of Sioux Rapids visited in the Maude Blanchard home. Mr and Mrs Harlan Blanchard and Jonathan, Mr & Mrs Jesse Blanchard and family, and Mr and Mrs Donald Blanchard and Susan palled in the afternoon. We end Mrs Dennis Flaig of Lone Rock are parents of a daughter born April 8th in the Holy Family Hospital in Estherville. The baby weighed 8 Ibs. and 1 oz. The little miss hasn't been pained yet. Mrs Mary Flaig of Lone Rock and Mrs Velma Gerling of Pleasantvillc are grandparents. Mr an.4 Mrs Herman . o| grjtt were Sunday afternoon ,f suppSf 'guesti "in "tfie Frank ."_ Thompson home. Mrs Walter Thompson attended a shower for Helen O'Donnell in the St. John's Church parlors in Bancroft on Thursday evening. Mr and Mrs Jim Smith of Algona visited in the Donald Kneedlsr home on Sunday. Mr and Mrs Ward Champion of St. Ansgar, and Mr and Mrs Ben Verjohn and family of St. Ansgar and Mrs Bill Champion and girls were Sunday dinner guests In the W. L. Champion home. Mr arid Mrs Kenneth Fischer and family spent the weekend in the 1 parental Alfred Schadendorf home. Mrs Roy Ennan and Mrs Alfred Schadendorf attended the tour of the Felco Plant in Fort Dodge last Saturday. Mrs Garryl Householder and Vicki Jo were Sunday dinnci guests in the Woodrow Pettit home. Afternoon callers in the Pettit home were Mr and Mrs Robert Hanna and family, ana Mr and Mrs Harlan Bianchard and Jonathan. Mr and Mrs. Ben Schmidt visited with Mrs Francis Haack jn Corwjth on Sunday afternoon. Mr Joe Mockery of Titonka was a Sunday dinner guests in the Andrew Thompson home. Mr and Mrs Maurice Weisbrod were Friday evening visitors in the Allwyn Lockwood home. Mrs Emma Hurlburt visited in the Lawrence Rath home with Mrs Martha Rath on Saturday afternoon. Mr Wilfred Radig is a patient in the Holy Family Hospital in Estherville. Mr Radig is suffering from a lung disease. Mrs Donald Neilsen and Rosemary of West Union visited in the Parental Emil Person hoim recently. Mrs Emil Person and John and Mrs Donald Neilsen and Rosemary visited lust Sunday afternoon in the Sven Damstedt home in Fairmont, Minn. Mr and Mrs Leslie Baxter visited ir» the Robert Baxter home in ftutnvfcn on Sunday. Mr and Mrs Dale Baxter and son, Mr and Mrs William Buss 1 , and Mr and Mrs John Schallin and Either Hinz visited Thursday evening in the Leslie Baxter home. Mrs Art Mueller, Mrs Donald Bei'kland, Mrs Albert and Mrs Lester Osborn, Mrs Alfred Petersen, and Mrs Rose Kraft Cooka from the Sentral School attended the 4th Annual Convention of Iowa Food Service in Mason City on Saturday. Seneca Folks Attend Funeral For Relative Seneca — Mr and Mrs Charles Osborn attended the funeral of Mrs Lyle Osborn Saturday at Waterloo. Mrs Osborn died very suddenly Tuesday evening as they were returning home from Cedar Rapids where they had consulted a doctor. Enroute home they stopped for dinner and while eating she was seized with an asthmatic spell which resulted in her death. Other relatives attending the service were Mr and Mrs • Lawrence Saxton, of Fairmont, also their daughter Shirley and husband, Mr and Mrs Robert Petersen of Mason City; Mr and Mrs Roy Osborn of Lewisville, Minn- Mr and Mrs Harold Osborn and Mrs Neil Osborn of Charles City. Seneca Stars The Seneca Stars 4-H club met at the home of Joleen Mueller Monday. The group voted to prepare a supper for their April meeting. Planning the menu will be Andrea Stefanski, Jill Jensen and Joleen Mueller. Jill Jensen and Andrea Stefanski will represent the Seneca Stars in the county 4-H girls chorus. Mrs Art Bergum reported on the bread baking training school which she had attended. Joleen Mueller reported on activities at Algona. Pamela Kauffman and Jill Jensen gave talks. Mrs Russel Jensen was guest mother. Modern Mixers Mrs Richard Bauer was hostess to the Seneca" Modern Mixers Club at her homb-'Tuesday, Mrs John Johannesen and Mrs Gordon Burt were honored birthday members. The group voted to give a donation 1 to the cancer fund. Mrs Glen Cage and Mrs Joe" Madden were guests. Mrs Everett Witharri had charge of entertainment. Mr and Mrs Roy Witham of Clear Lake were Friday and Saturday guests at the Everett Withams. Mr and Mrs Paul Hasse'l arid sons returned home Monday from Ottawa, 111. where they visited the former's parents, the Joe Hassels. Mrs Joe Hassel had been hospitalized with a slight heart 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 RINCSTED 21001 21006 20216 Thursday, April 13, 1961 Algona (la.) Upper DM MotnM-5 attack recently but was reported to be making a satisfactory fe,- covery. _ • Mr and Mrs Richara ?ox wer0 Thursday evening callers at the Everett Withamfe. Suhdy evening callers at the Withams wore Mr and Mrs Dave Lynch, David and Patricia of Lone Rock. Mr and Mrs Jack Looft and son, Tommy, Rochester, Minn., spent from Tuesday until Thursday at the Honry Loofts. Scnecans will be interested in learning that Otto R. Jensen, who had been hospitalized at the Methodist hospital at Rochestel since March 27, was not able 16 return home as planned on Easter Sunday, due to recurring nose hemhorragcs. He remained until Saturday. He had been, at the Holy Family Hospital at Estherville for several days and had several blood transfusions for the recurrent nose bleeding before going to' Rochester, Mrs Henrietta Thompson, Margie and Rose Ann, Mr and Mrs Cassle Klocko, and Mr and Mrs Roger Osborn of Fenton attended the reception held at the Elvin Swanson home near Swea City Sunday evening horibring Mr and Mrs Harold Swanson.' GRAPEFRUIT A grapefruit tree is now bearing near-ripe fruit, and at the same time is in blossom, in the basement of the home of Mr and Mrs Peter A. Psiffer in Slgour- ney. Mr Peiffer brought the tree from Texas about six years ago. It is planted in a large tub, and thrives inside in winter, outside in summer. The tree is less than- half the height. to which they grow in Texas, .and the fruit are; small, but this winter the tree is loaded with fruit and blossoms. 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