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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 13

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.' ARDETH HALVERSON New* Editor September 21, 1954 Published By Th«i Upper De» Motrtal Publishing Co., Algona, Iowa In Fenton Officers Named Fettton—The enrollment for the Fentbn' Public school 'this' year is 223. There are 23 freshmen, 18 sophomores, 13 in' the junior class and 19 seniors, in high school. High school Students fraye heir' their first class meetings 'for the purpose of electing'class, officers. They are as follows: . ' '• • Freshman — president, Jerry Waite; .vice president, Sharon Hantelman; secretary, J,anice Stoeber; treasurer, Larry Soren- soh. Sophomore—president, Glennis Finnestad; Vice president, Roger Potratz; secretary (/ Janet Theesfield; treasurer, Betfr Ann Newel. JUriior—president, Alvina Miller; Vice president, Sharon Wichtendahl; secretary - treasurer, Nancy Wiener. ••['••• Senior—president, Jqhn Eigler; vice president, Patty Beckley; secretary, Sandra Theesfield; treasurer, Sharon Eigler. Blakjer Aid Meets • • i , . The • regular meeting of .the Blakjer W.M.F. was held Thursday afternoon with hostesses Mrs- Elmer Krause and Mrs Melvin Bratrud. ' . , . Mrs Peter Jensen presented the- .lesson, and Mrs Henry Looft gave a repojjt ,on the W.M.F. convention in Minneapolis.. ' ' ' ' Mrs Ole Pederson and lArs Sig Loge were elected as delegates to (he. Circuit WMF • convention to be held Oct. 5 at Ruthven. . _ .At Brother's Rites Mr 'and Mrs Oliver Stoeber, • Steven and William attended funeral services for Mrs .Stpeber's brother, Joe Yerbijugge Tuesday -; afternoon at tylethodjst Church, '^Armstrong. Mr -Verbrugge, age 56 died Saturday evening-following a lingering illness. A registered Milking Shorthorn bull owned by Donald Kopt recently won first prize in the state of the tyyo year old qlass .at the Iowa State fair arid Grand Champion at the Mason City fair., This bull was purchased when a month old calf from the Kilmer Larsen herd of Wallingford. ; Donald Root consulted a doctor in Fort Dodge last Thursday in regard to an ear infection. ; Mr and Mrs Henry Giniz of Fonda, la. were guests 'in the John Gramenz home Tuesday' to Thursday of this past week. Mrs ' Hintz is a sister of''Mr"Grarn£nz' „,.« Mr and Mrs Rpelf Miller were Sunday evening visitors in the Will Miller home at Titonka, Mr and Mrs Floyd Colman, June and Cheryl of Palisade, Colo, have been guests in the Ervin Krause and Elmer Krause homes this past week. Mrs Herman Gade returned home Friday morning from a two week's -visit with the -Hoy Al- Cord family at Helena, Montana. She also visited her cousin Mrs Tony Kowell ;' and family at "reat Falls,; Mofct. ] The Fenton T&wnship Homemakers will meet this Friday afternoon September 24 with Mrs Lloyd Berkland. Mrs Ed Priebt vyill be the assisting hostess. The first meeting will be 'an organization tea • and all Fenton Township women are invited to attend. Mr and Mrs Donald Shaw and family spent the past weekend in Des Moines where they attended the annual reunion of the 34th (Red Bull) Infantry Division held at the Hotel Fort' Des Moines. They also Visited in the parental Ci K Shaw- home. *. • . , Mr and Mrs Wilfred Kersiein of. Clinton, Minn., were Monday afternoon' visitors ''in the John Gramenz home. The Youth Divisi6n of ihe Methodist' , Sunday schppl sponsoring a pancake' .supper Thursday evening, Sept. 30. Serving will begin at 5:15. Miss ' Genevieve Newel of Chicago 'spent a • recent,- weekend in the E. 'J. Frank home. Mr .and Mrs RoeH Miller arid; Ruth were' Wednesday' evening visitors in the Paul'Winter horrie at Buffalo Center. . } i Mr and Mrs.Alfred Nelson of Ottowa, , 111. w.ere Monday and Tuesday guests in' the Kenneth Halyerson home. ' • Local students returning io college include, Marilyn Jentz at Ames,. lola Berkeland to Waldorf, at, F9rest City; Yvonne Arbogast, Estherville Junior College; Lyrin Ruske; University of ! Iowa; Roft- ert Friedrich,- Concordja-at St. Paul. \ViJliam JJriqdrjchj who is attending school in' St. Louis, Mo. has been a recent visitors In the-parerital Rev.'JFrjedrich home. o , ; , . -a s , • '• Mr and "Mrs Martin Lundquisl of'Des Moines'were "Monday arid; Tuesday guests in the Rolliei Browne.ll home. ' ; Mrs • Thelma Anderson and; Sharon "were Sunday visitors of ; the' Roy Waltmans in Ceylon, Minn,. ^ ,•,,,.-. 1 Si. John's Circle of Sine WSCS will meet this next Wednesday afternoon with Mrs John Munch with Mrs" Ella Waite, co-hostess. ,.Mrs Ethel Lucas and Kathy oi ACklfey'were Saturday over night and Sunday guests in the Roelf Miller home."; "Sunday ' dinner guests also iricludejl. Mr and Mrs uussell Sto'ckdale, "Arithoriy ahd Priscilla/of Dumont, la. Mrs Mary C. Hansen has- returned home after an extended visit withf relatives. CHALLENGER WHITE House & Barn Paint 3: Gallon Pure Boiled Linseed Oil $OOO Sold With Paint Order, gal. ^— STOEBER HARDWARE You'll Hit It Too! If you get a bill ihat^yoa know has been paid. Proving it may not be JO e«y if you used cash.I i Bills that you pay by"eheck *. . , stay paid, Perhapt it would .be a good idea to open an accountjwjth w in th« morning. FIRST TRUST AND SAVINGS BANK , \gm Fenton Officer To High Position In Austria SALZBURG, AUSTRIA — Lt, Col.' Martin 'C. Pertl, son of Mr and Mrs Adolph Peril, Fenton, Iowa, was recently' named ad' jutaht general for U.S.'Forced in Austria, with headquarters in Salzburg.' ' ••••;.<• • - - • Colonel Pert), who has been With 'USFA since AufeuSl"- 1952. served first as-adjutant geneial bf Support ^Command al Leghorn? Italy and then as 'executive officer Io the adjulant general at USFA headquarters. Itt the. Army since 19?7, Ihe colonel served in the Southwest Pacific during the World War II, Wllh assignment in New Guinea, Luzon and the Philippines. His decoralions include Ihe Bronze Star Medal. '••,.' The Fenton/ bfficer, Whose wife, Kathleen, and son, Larry, are in Salzburg-with ^hirri, ''is a i graduate of the University jOf Iowa. Mr and Mrs H. S. Ersland, of 'Slater;.Ia.,tarid MrsvP.etfer, Onstad and son Greg who have recenlly iarrived'in the States from Fairbanks, Alaska, were Wednesday and Thursday guests-ofc the Rollie Brownells. Mrs Onstad, a sister'of Mrs:Brownell, has beeti with her husband who is staj- lioned in Alaska. He is soon to be discharged. * dpi. Ray Cornelius left Sunday after spending a three week's leave in the parental -Paul Cornelius home. He returned to Santa 'Aria; 'Calif, and is- expect-•• ed to leave' for overseas duty in October. Ray had the misfortune of breaking a thumb .August -22. Mr arid Mrs'John Gramenz. accompanied Mr and Mrs Ray Tietz, and Joan to Portland, Oregon for a visit .with,relatives and friends, which J included the Raymond Gramenz family,-Mrs Paul Hea- ock, Kerman ; Ke.rstein, • and Mr and Mrs Charles Glaus. They returned horne this past 'Sunday. Joel, Meryin; infant son 'of Mr and Mrs Merviri Jehtz, was baptized Sunday,' Sept. 12 . in St. John's Lutheran church with the Rev W. H. FriSdrlch.'officiating. George , Jentz, and Mrs Fre\ Greinert were sponsors. Mr and Mrs Jentz entertained at. dinner in honor of the occasion, Mr and Mrs .George Jentz, Mr and Mrs Fred Greinert, and -Mr and Mrs Albert Wibben ol'Bancroft. Sunday dinner guests in the Henry Wilberg home/included, Mr and Mrs Henry Lange and family of.;St,,Ansgar f -M;i) and Mrs John AndreasenrMr and Mrs M. -Peiterson and sons, Mr .and Mrs Otto Wilberg and Delores, Mr and Mrs Harry Bonnicksen--and -family, -Mr, and Mrs Robert Berkeland and boys of Ringsted, and Mr and Mrs Rueben Larson and family of Armstrong. Mr and Mrs Nyles Heggen, Mrs Ernest Berkland,-' -Mrs Melvin Berkland; %ind Mrs .Albert Mitchell attended the-Sunday School Teacher's Institute held Sunday afternoon , and evening at 'Immanuel Lutheran church near Wallingford; Mr and Mrs Jim Kern of Hewitt, Minn, were guests of Mrs Amanda Kern Thursday to Saturday morning of the past week. Kindergarten of Sentral Area To Open Sept. 28 Fenton—Present plans are for the Kindergarten established by the Sentral Community School District Board of Education to begin on Tuesday, Sept. 28. Mrs Opal Root will be the instructor. The Kindergarten wfll be housed in the Dr. Waite residence building west of the.Fenton Creamery. Indications at the present time are that fifteen or sixteen youngsters wjll be enrolled. Parents who have not called at the Sentral School Office, with birth certificates for respective children should do so immediately to complete details for enrollment. Open New Club Year The Fenton Woman's Club opened their new club year by giving a reception for the teachers. Guests' included the teachers of the public and Lutheran Day schools and their husbands or wives and the husbands, of the club members. Mrs Clayton Ditsworth, president of the club introduced the teachers. Numbers on the program included two selection.'', by the little German band, and Renee Votteler sang two selections. Earl H. Williams, Omaha, Neb, who is associated with the Federal Bureau of Investigation was the guest speaker. In charge of the program committee were Mrs Fred Brown, chairman; Mrs Paul Eigler and Mrs E. J. Frank. Serving on, the refreshment committee were Mrs Waldemar E. Laage, chairman; Mrs E. C. Weisbrod, Mrs J. Sch : wartz and Mrs Clayton Ditsworth. Monday evening visitors of the Henry Wilbergs were Mr ana Mrs Ben Freeman and Leslie of Goldfield, Mr and Mrs Alfred Nelson of Ottawa, 111., Mr and Mrs Ken neth Halverson and family ana Mr and Mrs A. E. Nelson. Mr arid Mrs Melvin Ricklef and son, of Titonka, and Mr and Mrs Pay! Winter 0! Buff.alQ Center wer§ Suriday' evening yiiitei's, Ui the-' R.p,e« Elevator Open House Blakjer WMF Met Thursday At Seneca Seheca—The 'Blakjer Women's Missionary Federation met at the tihurch parlors Thursday after- riocin with Mesdames Eirner Krause and Melvin Bratrud* as hostesses. The Rev. Harlan Blockhus had charge of devotions after which Mrs Henry Looft reported on the General Convention of the i the'"paternal grandparent"^' Women s Missionary Federation | held recently at Minneapolis. Mrs P. H. Jensen had charge The Blakjer Lutheran Congre- ation held their Mission Festival' iunday, Sept. 19, The Rev. Blockhus delivered the Mission sermon in the morning, a pot lUCk lunch was served at ridon, ahd two .Mission films, together With other Special features constituted the afternoon program. Johanneseris Have Baby Mr and Mrs Morris Johannesen are the parents of a baby daughter, Ginger Refine,'born Friday morning at the Holy Family Hbs- iptal at Estherville. . : ; Thb little, miss weighted '6 Ib 11 02. Her* maternal: grandparents "are Mr and Mris Carl'Fink of Ringsted. Mr ahd Mrs .John Johannesen of Lone Rock ara Bancroft News Mr and Mrs 1 Ralph: Menke and family, Mr and Mrs Richard; Manke and Mr add Mf6 Laurence Mertke and Maxine, Mr and Mrs Thomas Lehsing of Ames attend' ed the Wedding of'a niece .of Mrs Ralph Menke at Minneapolis. ^ Dennis Dodcy; Elmore, spent Tuesday with hjs grandmother, Mrs Mary McGulre, Dennis returned Saturday after, spending a year in Korea. Mr and Mrs Maurice received word their son William had ar-rived in the States after a year's Fehton—A cordial invitation is extended to everyotte io visit ihe newly constructed Fenton elevator, Thursday, Sepl. 23. Officers and directors are planning an 'Open House for ihe day, starling at 1 p.m. and arrangements are being Ynade to serve • coffee, milk "and ~ lunch for all those visiting ,the elevator. ":.; '.•••" There will also be nine prizes'given away. Visitors will be asked io register and ; the-prizes will'be given, away at a drawing at ihe co'nclu--; sion of ihe Open House. The prices are listed elsewhere in ihe Feriibri Reporter section ' of today's paper. •'.-'• . ,. of the lesson entitled "The New Woman Tests Her Faith." i Mrs Henry Looft reported on the historical interests of the local congregation and the,,. W.M.F. and read the last annual'chapter in the local history. During the business meeting Mesdamet Sig Loge and Ole Ped- 'erson were, elected as delegates to attnd the Estherville Circuit W.M.F. to. be held at Ruthven, Tuesday, Oct. 5. The group also voted to hold a Norwegian supper, . the date to be announced ater. i ' Dr. Waite Has Mayo Surgery •'Fenion—Dr. John. Waite who underwent surgery at a Rochester, Mihn. hospital Tuesday, Sept. Y.'lpas been-released from the hospital but will have to remain at Rochster for some time for checkups. Mrs Waite is still with her husband; Miss Behesh R. N. re-; turned home Friday of this past week. She was also with Dr. and Mrs Waite. , Coming Fven/s Wednesday, Sept. 22—St. John's circle of the W.S.C.S. Thursday, Sept. 23—Mark circle. . . • Friday, Sept. 24—Fenton Township Homemakers. Monday, Se'ptt 27 — Worker's Conference. ; Tuesday, Sept. 28—4-7 club. Thursday,, Sept. 30—St. Jobi\' W.M.F.; Pancake Supper at Methodist church. The Misses Harriett and Sylvia Jones vvere hostesses to a group of neighbors and friends at their home Friday evening. Mr and Mrs Lawrence Ullen- swang left Friday morning for Chicago where 'they, attended tne graduation ceremony bt. their? son, Gary Best, from Great Lakes Naval Training Station.; Gary has completed his boot training.;and will accompany his folks on Tuesday for a leave. Mrs Sylvia Brown of Sac City, is visiting at the home - of her daughter and family, the Howard Jones'. Albert Codys On Trip Mr and Mrs Albert Cody, accompanied by their daughter, Maxine,' also Mf s Cody's father, Sam Olsen, left a week ago Mon-' day for California. They planned to visit Mrs Cody's three' brothers in Idaho on the Way to California. They took Maxine to San Bernardino and Sam Olsen to Long •Beach. The Cody's plan to spend about four weeks on their trip. Seneca Host To Leaguers ' The Seneca Luther League was host to the Leaguers from Armstrong at the local church ' parlors Sunday evening. A' planned program, with Jerry Wilberg, local league president in charge, constituted the evening!s entertainment. The group joined in a hymn singing after which the Rev. .Blockhus led in devotions. A skit waa presented by Ronald Johannesen, Raymond Wilberg and David Looft. A discussion period followed at the close of which everyone joined in a, social hour of games.. Refreshments were served by the host league at the close 01 the evening's entertainment. , Missfotf Festival Held" "*. i Thomas Jefferson sold his private library to the government for $23,950. duty in Korea. Joseph Long who is employed in the creamery at Belmortd came for a two week's vacation with his parents Mr and Mrs Art Long. - _ •Mr and Mrs Harold Hunt, fien- ison, Spent the weekend with his mother Mrs Cora Hunt. Mrs Charles McGuire, Mrs .Richard Mehke and Alice, Mrs Cletus Dorr and Mrs Laurence Bergman visited friends in Fott Dodge Thursday. Patsy Dudding, Nancy Shillington, Christine Eckhart, Mary Beth Welp appeared over T.V. at Mason City Thursday KEEPS ANIMALS k "PUT" When you connect a SHOX- * STOK Electric Fence ControU W i > ler to a i^cjle wire it pro-; .vldes'TS: miles of livestock A) | || 9e f r | e protaefion -r keep* stock in ^ Monri pu. pastOre" ahd keeps rabbit*, f ^i. - o - dogs,V\bgs, etc. OUT of gar- $1 5tV5 ctens. Battery model $12.95. for 115-V Come in and see them, i Power NEWEL HARDWARE - Fenton SAVE TIME, MONEY AND "CHASING" KEEP > 'EM IN with " SHOX-STOK i Electric Fenci Control, ler. Alio protect 8 af ' deni — ogalnlt dogs, rabbiti, too. Uniti for ulectrlc line or battery power.* 12.95 and up. Newel Hdwe. — Fenton r/s^sssss/s/s/ss/sss//////////////^//;^^^ Phone 157, Fenton For Phillips 66 FUEL OIL GET READY FOR COLD WEATHER NOW - PROMPT SERVICE - THE BEST IN FUEL OIL, AT REGULAR . PRICES DON'S SERVICE CO. Phillips 66 Service Phone 117 F*nton The Fenton Co-Op Elevator Cordially Invites YOU To Attend OPEN HOUSE ; At the 165,500 Bushel ELEVATOR THURSDAY, 23 From 1 P. M. On FREE COFFEE, MILK and LUNCH /• Inspect the Elevator — Ride To the Top 9 REGISTRATION PRIZES One LaPAX aluminum window awning, value $30. 4 Prizes — one bushel each KINGSCROST Seed Corn. 2 Sacks FELCO FEED, Your Choice for Chickens or Hogs. 1 Sack FELCO MINERAL FEED. 1 ESTERBROOK Desk Pen Set, courtesy Algona Upper Des Moines. PUBLIC AUCTION! AT FENTON, IA. GYMNASIUM — 8:00 P. M. WEDNESDAY,SEPT. 29 Schoolhouse — size 24x28 — known as Seneca No. 7 school building, located in Sec, 25 (Murphy Corner) in Seneca Twp, Grain Bin — Round steel bin located on Fenton school grounds, west of building. A 1350 bushel bin in good condition. Furnace — a Chandler, hot air, pipeless furnace used one season. Is located in the basement of the former Seneca No. 9 school house (31/2 miles north of Fenton on highway No. 44). Toilet — A freestanding, washdown bowl with syphon action, white celluloid seat, complete with tank. (Used six weeks in the Fenton kindergarten). • • • All of the above property may be inspected at any time prior to the sale at their respective locations. Sale of above to be at the Fenton Gymnasium. TERMS: CASH SENTRAL COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT I Supt. K. M. Chqse, Fenton, la. Auctioneer: Lloyd Berkland, Fenton \ Clerk: Paul Eigler

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