The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 23, 1957 · Page 12
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fla.) Upptt Pat Thtfrtdoy, May 29, 19S7 J. F. Beckfey Appointed To University Teaching Post FcnJcn — J. F Rsckley. principal of the Fen'on school, haj- rer-rivcd an appointment to Norwich University. Northfield, Ver- rtifin! as head of the engineering drawing depmtmrnt and associate profrwir of the department. Mr Bcckh y is a graduate of Iowa State Teachers College. He received his B. S. degree in 1939, His M. S. was from Iowa State College in 1947 and he has also taken some work at Iowa U. and Nebraska U. Mr Berkley is a member of Epjipon Pi Tan, and Phi Deltr. Kappn fraternities and w a s cited in Who's Who of American Education in 1956. He has -taught at Iowa State College and Buena Vista College Mr Beckley flew to New York Wednesday for a conference with General E. N. Harmon, president of Norwich University, Northfield, Vermont. jIndependence Mixers The Farm Bureau Independence Mixers met May 16 in home of Mrs Adolph Hansen with Mrs Earl Lufkin as co-hostess. Two accidents were reported for the accident survey. Reading lists were turned in to Mr? Lufkin. librarian. Mrs Richard The Treat is on PRIEBE-Saturday, May 25 IN FENTON HOSPITALITY DAY FREE HOT DOGS • FREE COKES OR COFFEE (With Colonial Buns) - Serving From 9:30 AJIA. On As Long As We Can Stand Up. DON'T DISAPPOINT US I JUST STOP IN AND BE OUR GUEST PRIEBE'S Jack Sprat CROC. P.S. — Get Our Prices On Frozen Strawberries, 10 oz. pkg. to 30 Lb. Can — And Other Weekend Specials EED 6UTTER SHEET METAL TINSMITHING WORK A SPECIALTY WITH US WE KNOW HOW AND HAVE THE SHOP EQUIPMENT TO DO JT McFall & Rusch IflODERIl PlUITlBinG SHEET METAL WORK • ELECTRICAL WORK Phone 159, FENTON SPECIAL CLOSEOUT PRICES ON HEW EQUIPMENT row BRILLION ROTARY HOE 1-WD Allis Chalmers LOADER 2-WD Allis Chalmers SUBSOILERS 1-No. 628 NEW IDEA Running Gear 1-JIM DANDY Wagon Hoist with high pressure cylinder These Art All REAL BARGAINS, priced to Sell, and All Are NEW i First Come, First Served 8 & W CHEVROLET F6NTQN, IA. J. F. Beckley Underwood and Mrs C. L. Underwood were in charge of recreation. Those attending besides thr hostesses were Mesdames Joy Jensvold, Dale Voigt, Freda Siems, B. G. Berkeland, Thomas Twaiten, Ernest Vottcler, Eldon Rhodes, Amer Dody, Robert Krause, Ted Nelson, Eugene Huskamp. Olga Huskamp, William Wiener, Clarence Arbogast, Clarence Underwood, Richard Underwood and Clarence Wegener. Fenton Woman'* Club The Fenton Woman's Club met Tuesday, May 14, in the home of Mrs Florence Behne with Mrs Charles Newel assisting hostess. The club voted to help finance surfacing an area of the Fenton public play-ground with black topping or similar hard surface. Mrs E. C. Weisbrod and Mrs Clarence Osborn had charge of the program. Mrs Ernest Ruske showed a colored film of places Dr. and Mrs Ruske visited lust September on a trip to Quebec. Canada. She also gave an interesting account of places of special interest. Mrs Jessie Newel was a guest. Walther League Rally The Walther League spring rally was recently held at Thor. From Fenton were Rev. and Mrs W. H. Friedrich, Brenda Finnestad, Janet Theesfield, Sharon and Faye Hantelman, Charles Kern, Loren Krause, Roger Dreyer, Vergene Norland, Mary Alice Rossiter and Jane Ruger. Plan Plant Sale The Legion Auxiliary will have its annual plant and flower sale on Saturday, May 25, at the Fenton Community Center. The usual variety of pl.-ints and flowers will be available. Lunch \vili also be served from 11 a.m. through the supper hour. Mrs Jack Gerharl, Mrs J. Wallace Smith and Mrs Merwjn Priebe entertained at five tables of Bridge at the Gerhart home on Friday evening, May 17th. Mrs Art Krause wqn the high score prize, Mrs_ Paul Eigler won second high' and Agnes Goetscli travel prize. Sunday dinner guests in the Gerald Gochenour home were Mr and Mrs Ed Paulson of Fort Dodge. In the evening Mr and Mrs Gochenour, David and Kim visited in the William Walsh home at Gilmore City and also with Mrs J. R. Delle and family at Dakota City. The Helen Circle of Ihe WSCS met for a pot-luck dinner on May 16 at the church basement. Mrs J. A. Schwartz was in charge of the devotions and Mrs Lester Weisbrod presented the lesson from the second chapter of the book, 'Missions USA. 1 . Mrs Gerald Oochenour enter tained the second grade boys in her home Monday after school in honor of David's 8th birthday. Mr and Mrs Dale Mitchell and Mark of Minneapolis spent the past weekend in the parental Morris Mitchell home. Satufdnj evening, the Dale Mitchells, Morris Mitchells and Dick Underwoods were dinner guests in the Albert Mitchell home. Attending the wedding of Del oris Tinuekmd'to James Eveland at Clarissa. Minn. Saturday were Mr and Mrs Don Berkland, Mr and Mrs Rueben Berkland and family, Mr and Mrs Martin Berkland, Mr and Mrs Lloyd Berkland and family all of Fenton. Mr and Mrs Art Berkland, Mr and Mrs Truman Thompson, Mi and Mrs Ervin Berkland and family of Cylinder, Mr and Mrs Robert Grethen and family of Ernmetsburg and Mr and Mrs Dick Gretehen of Graettinger. Sunday morning they attended confirmation services for Donna Mae Tindeland. Mrs Joe Lexou and Mrs William H. Woskia of El Reno, Okla. were guests last week Sunday to Thursday in the Ferdinand Mueller home. Mrs Lexou is a sister of Mrs August Bierstedt. The Fenlon Township Homemakers met in the home of Mrs Henry Schroeder with Mrs Clair Bellinger as co-hostess on May 17th. Twenty ladies were present. Emma Hurlburt gave a talk on rural mail. Mrs Willis Cotton and Mrs Ronald Christenson gave a lesson on Understanding Teenagers'. The ladies decided to join the Modernette Club members on a tour through the Amana Colonies. Mrs Ed Priebe had charge of the entertainment. Ex-Jap Captive To Be Memorial Speaker, Fenton Rev. L. L. Robinson Fenton — Plans are completed for the annual Memorial Day observance here, John Bailey, commander of the Fenton American Legion post announces. Rev. L. L. Robinson of Bancroft, who was a prisoner of war QUR OUJN HARDWARE Big Savings on Tools! «t o Raw Sharp StanUy. 8-Foot WRENCHES TRIM KNIFE TAPE RULE *»?• C»mbi««ti«a op to e*4 Htmdy tot cutting w«U« FUx&lt but i^vid Vj ia. &9*»d *»d». U $ fist* Waul, Ua«l»unj. »te. wbitt ttt»l b{ad*> Wrench $V*-INCH ,39 afJsaK - •*» ™ AU-PintPOSG PUERS ... A A ££fi&i& DO* wBB^^ ^^^^^ Jawt adlwt «p to */«" wjd«. Wl» 49 *• lob ol or »9W STOEBER HARDWARE fftrit mt of the Japs for 41 months after being captured on Bataan, will he the speaker at the program in the city park. He went to Ban croft last June as pastor of the Baptist church. Rev. Walker of Fenton will deliver the invocation, wreathe -.yrnpbolic of tribute to the departed will be placed at the fooi cf crosses in memory of the dead of all wars. The firing squad will be provided by the Amercian Legion, and vocal numbers wili be offered by Yvonne Borchardt and Alvina Mueller. The parade will form at the Community Center and march to the park for the ceremony. Fenton Youth Weds May 17 Fenton — In a ceremony performed Friday evening, May 17. by Rev. Eugene Olson of the Union Baptist church of Estherville in his parsonage, Jean Butterfield, daughter of Mr and Mrs Stewart Butterfield of Gruver. became the bride of Donald Priebe, son of Mr and Mrs Ray Priebe of Fenton. She has been employed in a bank in Estherville, -and th« bridegroom is associated with his father in Priebe's store in Fenton. Following a wedding supper in the Gardsten Hotel for members of the immediate families, the young couple left on a brie< honeymoon. Plan Open House 40th Wedding Feftlon — Mr and Mrs Ferdin- and Mueller Sr. of Fenton are extending an invitation to all their friends end relatives to at^ tend Open House in observance of their 40th wedding anniver* sary in their home, Sunday, May 2Cth, from 2 to 5 p.m., and from 7 to 9 p.m. Supper and evening guest* In the Gerald Gochenour home Friday were Wendell Condra, David Beck, and Mr and Mrs Clarence Martin, all of Lone Rock. Mr and Mrs Morris Mitchell are spending this week with the Dale Mitchell and Eddie Silrum families in Minneapolis. Felco'WEED KILLERS AMINE 4 Lb. of 2, 4-D per Gallon 1 gal. Container 3.75 gal. 5 gal. Drum — 3.60 gal. ESTER 4 Lb. of 2, 4-D per Gallon 1 gal. Container 4.50 gal. 5 gal. Drum 4.35 gal. ESTER 3 3 /4 Lb. of 2, 4-D per Gallon 1 gal. Container 3.70 gal. 5 gal. Drum 3.55 gal. Weed Killers Are Only As Good As Their Acid Content. The Higher The Acid Content The Better The Product and The Farther It Will Go. Don't Be Misled By "Phoney" Cheaper Prices . . . You'll Pay More In The Long Run To Do The Same Job. You Can RELY On Th» FENTON CO-OPERATIVE ELEVATOR YOU OWN IT ! STARTING SATURDAY, JUNE 1 OR MORE Every Saturday Nite At 9 $15 MINIMUM DRAWN EVERY SATURDAY NIGHT! IF WINNER IS NOT PRESENT $5 WILL BE ADDED EACH FOLLOWING WEEK HOW TO WIN: © Register at Fenton office of First Trust & Savings Bank or any participating merchant listed below. You do not have to make a purchase to register on the Master List. (If your name was previously registered it is still there.) © Registrants must be of high school age. , TWO WAYS YOU CAN WIN: 1-Be in any Fenton business place listed below at 9 p.m. on Saturday night. Winner's name will be read, and must be present to win. 2—Come to Fenton anytime during Hie day up to 6 p.m. and register your nqme at any ono of the business places listed below. If your name is read as a winner at 9 P.M. you will be a winner just by leaving your name at these stores during the day. Each person must write their own name. ;. OTHER ACTIVITIES SPONSORED BY THESE FENTON MERCHANTS t SUMMER BAND CONCERTS 9 XMAS DECORATIONS « SANTA CLAUS DAY ENTERTAINMENT & TREATS **^/lr-»»Mr**^^ • FREE XMAS SHOW * HALLOWEEN TREAT PARTY Make Fenton Your Year Round Shopping Town! The small town with the Big, Modern, Friendly Stores. No parking meters. No time limit. Come and stay as long as you like; visit with your friends and neighbors. You can enjoy shopping in FENTON where your dollar will go farther. EVERY DAY IS BARGAIN DAY. Bailey's Store B and W Chevrolet Don's Service Co. Fenton Coop Elevator Fenton Drug Co. First Trust and Savings Bank Friendly Tavern Hanson's Standard Station Jorgenson's Cold Storage Schulte Recreation Priebe Grocery ' ••OMB^^UMB^^niMaM^UUM^. * .NIHHBMHMm^n* U^^^K_»«^M^H Stoeber Hardware Fenton Reporter Weisbrod DOC Station Wdeisbrod Implement Dick's Cafe Peterson's Furniture Store Fenton Co-Op Creamery Hudson's Barber Shop E K. Johnson Livestock Buyer Thomas Funeral Chape) John J. Grameni Tank Service Hantleman Garage Hantleman Building Service Dr. W, W. Jolley Dr, E. W. Ruske McFall and Rusch J. A Schwartz Yager Farm Service* Knudson's 66 Service Gochenour's Standard Service lael's Beauty Shopp Fenton Theater AJdersom Insurance

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