The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 24, 1954 · Page 13
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I ? r'~ <f* -•-•! AftOtf rt HALVIRSON August 24,1954 PublUhed By The Upper Dei Moln«t Publishing Co., Algeria, Iowa Fenton School Will Open New Term On August 30 Fenien—The ,Sehtf al Cbrnmu-1 hity School at Fentoh' will open Monday, AdgUsb 30, foe-a half day of schpttl.' :.'•-, j; '• Thfe schptoi will be under the supervisfbn' Of J, F, Beckley, :who will also \ teach , agriculture arid shtfBj Route ^BrotyneU, principal/ will'AeaCh: rrtath.'and coach girl's basl&tb'alir R>. ' s - A; .Helland will • te"ath cftinftiertifil and coach boy's athletics; /Richard Riggah, will teach.-English; Mrs Kock will teach, horne' economics fin the three schools, (Fefiton-Lone Rock and Seneca); Eld9n Heikes is junior high principal, teaching social studies in high school, and is junior high Coach. Ray Bitzer will teach music in grades and high school, including band and vocal. Mrs Jeis Ha.lverson is; the sixth grade teacher, Mrs Arlih Kohlwes, fifth; Mrs R. A. Helland, fourth; Mrs Eldoh Heikes, third; Mrs Emil Bleckwenn, second; and Mrs Andrew. Gpwans, first grade. Bus drivers will" be Clarence Yager, Webber Yager and Duane Dreygr. • i Cooks for the lunch program will be Mrs Jehtz and Mrs Fr'ank Behne. Lunch will not be served on Monday for on Labor Day. There will'be a half day of school on Labor Day. The Fenton school has all been redecorated inside, floors sanded, and'the building is in fine shape fof the school year, with new equipment being ' added where needed.' Final Concert, Fenton, Aug. 25 Fenion^-'fhe Fenton Community Band will present the final concert fri the summer series on Wednesday evening, Aug. 25 at 8 o'clock. ' An average of forty one young people of' the Community have participated', in the summer series of concerts 'which began on July 28." There were forty three band members! on hand fpr one concert and the low .attendance Was thirty mine dot the first concert. iPhe'following members of the band haye been on hand fbr all of the practices and concerts! JVlarybelle Chase, Marilyn Jerite, Lucia Prphaska, Janice Jentz, Yvonne Afbogast, Atidra Kay Straley, Allan Hellahd, Bernice Potratz, Jerry Reimfers, Donna Berkland, Robert Fnted- rich, Pat Lufkin, John Eigler, Roger Potratz, Larry Root Several of the band members have been absent only 6ne practice or concert. -The fine attendance at practices and .concerts has been appreciated, Miller-Winter Nuptials Held Friday, Aug./O Fenion—Lois Miller, daughter of Mr and Mrs Roelf Miller, and Paul Winter, son of Mr a'nd Mrs Folkert Winter, were married Friday afternoon at 1:30 at the Little Brown church near Nashua. The Rev Ralph Barren performed the double ring ceremony. The bride was given in marriage by her father. ••'.'. The bride and bridegroom wore matching grey suits. Their attendants were Mr and Mrs Joseph Wubben of Buffalo Center. The bride's accessories were navy blue, and she wore a white gardenia and red rose bud cors- age, MrS.WuWDBft wore ft fiink earh&tion corsage. The bride's mother and the bridegroom's m&- her Wore navy' blue dresses and pink' carnation corsages. The men wore white carnation bou- tonnlefes. A reception was held Friday evening in the Winter home for 60 guests. Ruth Miller, sister of the bride, had charge of the guest book, Mrs H, George Geenken of Elmore, aunt of the bride, Cttt the. cake, and Mrs Jake Winter, aunt of the bridegrobny poured. Sharon Winter and Doretta Land- fteer were waitresses. Kitchen hostesses were Mrs Arend Swalve, Mrs Chris Sonnenberg and Mrs LeVis Landheer. The bride is a graduate of the Fenton high school, and the bridegroom is a graduate of the Buffalo Center high school. They will make their home in Buffalo Center. ^ Return from Vacation , Mr and Mrs Dale Weisbrod and girls have returned from a two week's vacation in which they traveled over 5000 mileS. Places of interest in their trav'el- ing included Glacier National Park in Montana, Banff National Park and Lake Louise in Canada, and Grand Coulee Dam in Washington. They spent several days with friends in Tacoma, Wash. Enroute home they came through the Black Hills. 8th Birthday Mrs Donald Steinberger entertained at a party Saturday afternoon in honor of Marlin's 8th birthday. Guests were Mrs Wilfred Stoeber and Wayne, Mrs E. Krause and Ronnie, Mrs Frank Mueller and boys, Mrs Fred Wells, Bobby, and Joan, Mrs Gerhart Hantelman and Eunice, and Tresa and Terri Voigt, Mrs Gene Mansager and Mike, and Pat Racobs. • • Mr and Mrs Sanford Haugen and three children, from Larado, Tex-., missionaries with the Latin American Lutheran -Mission in Mexico' and Mr and Mrs David Berkland, Michael and Paula were Sunday dinner guests in the Ernest Berkland home. ield Monday afternoon at Milroy, iJinn. Trouble *-,H«tt &n argument but wen his point the other night. li seems that Hans *»» h 6 m e sleeping peacefully when his wife earn* home and reported seeing a light flashing on the isidV of the hoflse. She awakened Hans, insisting there must be ft 6h6rt in the eltsetrieai wiring. Hans sleepily argued he couldn't BOO any nickering light, but his determined spouse then led him out into the middle of the yard and Sure enough from there he too' saw the flickering jlight. So Hans got a ladder and placing it against the house proceeded to climb the ladder and after a certain amount .of 1 n v e s t i g a t ion found a poor little firefly en* tangled ip/a spider's web. We are not sure just what Hans Said to his ^ife, but we hope he slept peacefully the remainder of the night. Handkerchief Shower Members of St. Luke's circle of the W.S.C.S. had a handkerchief: shower Friday afternoon as a farewell -for Mrs Ray Kyhl. Mrs Clarence Underwood was in charge of the devotions, and Mrs Darrell Underwood was in charge of several games for entertain-, meht. Mrs'ET. W. Ruske presented the tray of handkerchiefs to Mrs Kyhl. Mr and Mrs Lyle Weisbrod and family have moved into the Art Krause home recently vacated by the Meschler- family. Mr and Mrs Albert Mitchell and^Bftiora and Mr and Mrs Dale. Mitchell attended the shower at Primghar last Sunday • evening, honoring Mir \ and Mrd Donald Skaar. - . • , • ? ',' -. Mrs Curtis Olsen attended the funeral services , for. Eli Holland Lyle Hansen. and Clarence iierstedt are vacationing in the Jlack Mills and at Yellowstone National Park. Mr and Mrs Don Sieinberger and boys were Monday evening visitors in the Harlan Askerland homd at Estherville. Mr and Mrs Marius Nelson of Ringsted. and Mrs Sam Mykle- Dust of St. Paul were Saturday Evening dinner guests in the Jot Madden home. Mrs Myklebust remained for several days visit with the Maddens. Thursday afternoon visitors in the Fred Mortenson home were Mrs Kathryn Mortenson of Clinton, Mrs Peter Mortenson and Mrs Alfred Neson of Ringsted. Mr and Mrs Henry Wilberg and boys and Mr and Mrs Kenneth Halverson, Merle and Barbara were Saturday evening 'visitors in the Maynard Lee home at Ks- therville. Mr and Mrs Franklin Mueller and boys and Mr and Mrs Lloyd Kern and family were Sunday dinner guests of the Art Muellers: Brian Elrick of Jefferson spent "the" past ten days with his grandparents, Mr and Mrs L. J. Weisbrod. Mr and Mrs Alfred McNamar and family of Ringsted were Sunday guests in the Eddie Uthof home. Clifford McNamar is spending this week in the Uthoi home. Tuesday evening supper guests of Mr and Mrs Martin Hantelmah and Mr and Mrs Ed Bruhn were Mr and Mrs Shelby Weisbrod ana Karon, Mr and Mrs W. E. Stoe- 'ber and Mr and Mrs J. Wallace Smith and Chan. Enjoying a picnic dinner at the Fenton park Sunday were Mr and Mrts E. C. Weisbrod, Mr and Mrs W. R. Wolfe, Mr and Mrs Bud Gross and girls, Mr and Mrs H. Haase, Mrs Edith Hayenga, Mrs Ella Waite and the honored guest 'Mrs Mary Lauritzen of Glendale, ,Calif. Mrs Lauritzen has been visiting with Fenton friends? Mrs Amanda Kern, Mrs Lloyd Kern and Mrs Clarence Yager called on Mrs Walter Weisbrod at Good Hope, Friday afternoon. The'Morlenson family reunion was • held Sunday. Aug. 15 at Waterloo. Attehding from this locality were Mr and Mrs Fred Mortertson and family, and Carl Mortensoh. of Fenton; Mrs Peter Mortenson of Ringsted; Mr ana Mrs Adolph Mbrtenson and Mr and Mrs Robert Mortenson of Swea City and Mr and Mrs Hans Mortenson and family, Fairmont. Mrs, Kathryn Mortenson of Clinton accompanied the Fenton relatives home and will visit here for a couple weeks. Mrs W. E. Borne, Greichen and Mary of Bluffton, Ind. have been guests . in the Wilfred Stoeber home Sunday to Wednesday of this past week. On Monday afternoon, Mrs Stoeber entertained in their honor. Mrs Russell Byer, Mrs Henry Wohlers and Mr and Mrs Bernard Olson all Of Swea City. , Mr and Mrs Hilbort Hantelman and family of Mankato, Minn were Sunday guests in the Ed Bruhn home. Mr and Mrs Martin Ohm and Dennis accompanied Mr and Mrs Ervin Cremmels to Chicago Thursday and then went to Colfax to visit Mrs Grcmmel's mother and to attend a family re union. The Ohms visited with and Mrs Melvin Warner In Chicago. The group returned home Thursday. Hugh Carney is a patient at the Holy Family hospital at Estherville. Mrs E. L. Vaux of Davenport Is visiting for several days in the parental L. J. Weisbrod home. OUR OWN HARDWARE STORES CARD OF THANKS I wish to thank those who remembered me with cards, gifts and flowers while I was hospitalized, and for kindnesses extended me while I was at home. It was all greatly appreciated. Mrs -Clara Fauerby (34*) NOTICE The,West Bend Beauty Shoppe Ib'e closed from Sept. 13 to tSept. 28. Mr and Mrs Frank Tacke, phone 3181, West Bern 700- BUSHEL CORN-CRIB 1A5Y TO ERECT Made from ONE roll off KEYSTONE CORN CRIBBING 50 Ft. Rolls _____ $ 9.00 100 Ft. Rolls—— $18.00 IHOMPSOI? YARDS Phone 8 FENTON i Frank Behne, Mgr Dazzling whiteness. Unusual wearing qualities. 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Kvhl home located three- blocks south of Main Street at Fenton. Iowa. A six room home consisting of rr bU"or nmeThe house fuSylnsula'ed with scns and storm windows and eave spouts. A full basement with b.rch or pme. The house is ruiiy i furnace and 30 gallon oil water heater. A soft water system and laundry fpur rooms, a half bath and shower An oil turnace ana 8 ^ A new te|evision deed and abstract are delivered. For further information contact Giffin Real Estate, at Ringsted, Iowa, or Lloyd Berkland, Auctioneer, Fenton, Iowa. AIR You're on top of the world i« your comfortable, air-conditioned home,. You relax, forget your worries, it's lha w°*d *» comfort. IOWA ELLCTRiC 5 Cubic Foot "Philco" deepfreeze Studio Couch Pining Room Table Library Table Coffee Table Coblers Bench Coffee Table 3 ind Tables HOUSEHOLD GOODS Boys Bicycle Gun Case Show Case Upholstered Chair and Ottoman 2 Baby Beds Dresser Organ Stool (Antique) Upholstered Chair Antique Picture and Frame Assortment of Light Fixtures Deer Heud 2-r-30 Ggllon Oil Pumps Safe 3 GUNS 3 l-Belgium Browning Supperposed. 12 gauge double barrel shotgun. Full and improved, modified. Trap grade. 1-16 gauge double barrel German engraved, beaver tail. 1-20 Gauge I. C. Smith double barrel Monte Carlo stock. Field grade. 1946-4 Wheel Drive "WILLIS" JEEP Ray Kyhl ; ".' • . . ^BF -• . ^^r Owner First Trust end Savings Bank, Fenton, Clerk

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