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MftS. AUDITH HAIVIRSON N«w» Editor ifentxw JULY 14,1955 Published By Th« Upper De* Moinei Publishing Co., Algona, Iowa Sentral School Bond Vote July 18 Lively Interest Indicated In $450,000 Issue Fenton—Voters in the Sentral Community School District will go to the polls again next Monday. July 18, to decide whether or not th'-y wish to construct a new central high school to serve the district. The election promises 1" be a lively one The bond issue will be for $.|.">n.OOO to be retinal over a twenty year pern - i, with a sehoolhouse levy of four n.il!.-. This levy can be substantially reduce;! after the payment of a few years on th< pimcipa! ami interest In approximately three vears. it ;s anticipated (hut thi? lew loiild be reduced to thiev arifl a f; action mills At t!.e present tivi'- !l;e Scn- tr;,l District has Die lowest scl, n.l tax 1'vy in the county, where complete educational facilities arc offered The pit-sent levy of IB.L'-I mills includes the gene;al fund, ,-c hoolhoiiM- fund, spec- la! roiir-vs fund and fedej.il and statr retiremerst fund The propos'Ai school would provide a complete new sec'-nd- a:y school. In addition to the C' nera! purpose classrooms. th<- huilding would house a gvm <.,pabie of seating 800 spec tat-.rs, ;-":•:!.-. fo; homi mak ing. m.i.r.- triai arts, vocational agriculU;; e. and hot lunch A multipu; p-v-e loom, suitable fur smaller m<-t '.-• ings than gymnasium si/.c would also be provided. The site to be voted upon in the July 1)1 election is on the corner of the farm now occupied by the James Gray family in Section 1C) of Fenton Township. Ten acres would be purchased for the building site and ten acres foi I'thletic facilities. Anticipated high school enrollment in the next two years will increase to approximately 200 students. The present buildings at Fenton. Lone Rock and Seneca would be retained in the district as grade school buildings. The polling place for (he election on Monday July 1H. will bo j in the tenant Inusc on the Lloyd I Bf'rkland farm. The polls. \v;l! j be open from 12:00 (Noon) until j 7:00 p.m. I «! Venila Eimcrs. Sharon Eigler, ian.l 1'a! Lufksn v.sited in the Gerald Schmidt and Merle Lockwood homes on Friday. | A pol-luck dinner was served j at the Methodist church Sunday jhonoiing Rev and Mrs C. C. ! Caliahan. that they are staying I at Ftnton for another year. i Mrs John Thcesfield was the ; luckv winner for the Saturday i mght d:awing at Fen'on. She i revived SI 5. Fenton 4-H Farm Tour .*& '+'" L < jr"f*f j Mr and Mrs George Wilson and Nancy of Glendale, Calif., ha\e been recent visitors in the Clar'.'iice Wegener and Webber Yager homes. Mr and Mrs H. R. Pettit and Mr and Mrs William Fischer .-pent Thursday of last week m Des Moines. They visited with Mr and Mrs Ilemy Ehm and Mrs Pr.ul Miller. cousins of Mr-Fischer... Mrs Miller, who had vi -U-l at Fenton with relatives e.irlier tins year, left Tuesday tor h'-;- home in Germany. Fenton—Tuesday evening. June 2'(i. a miscellaneous shower was given in honor of Mr and Mrs William Fricdrich at the Fenton j Lutheran churcli parlors. ' The program featured the read- | ing of Mr F'riednch's auto- | biography. Yvonne Borehard'. j and Alvina Miller sang "The j Keys u( Heaven" accompanied by Miss Elsie Meyer. Janice Jen!/ read two poems on love land happiness. Mis Elsie Drcy- i er. Mi.- Anna Meyer and Mr! Lena Zumach sang "Oh That the ' Lord \Vo U !d Guide Mv Wavs" Fenton Legion Elects; Ted Jensen, Commander also accompanied by Miss Meyer. Kathleen Bollmger read the poem. "The Pastor's Wife." Kathryn Alt and Judy .lent/, sang "Billy Boy" accompanied by Marlys Jentz. Mrs Ed Meyer read several selections including the poem. "The Preacher." A game concluded the program. Lunch was served to approximately 60 guests bv the host- esses. Mrs Allen Bellinger, Mrs Clarence' Bierstedt, Mrs Emil Bierstcdt. Mrs Otto Borchardt, Mrs Darrell Dreyer, Mrs Harold Eimers. Mrs W. FF. Eimcrs, Caroline P'riedrich, Mrs Delbert Geitzenauer, Mrs Harvey Henriksen. Mrs F. W. Jentz, Mrs George Jentx.. Mrs William Jentz, Mrs Ifelene Jentx. Mrs Ervin Krause, Mrs Gustav Krause. Mrs Herbert Krause, Mrs Robert. Krause, Mrs Ed Meyer. Mrs Ed Mitchell, Mrs Ernest Mueller, Mrs Lawrence Mueller. Mrs John Ruger, Mrs Kate Schroeder and Mrs Victor Struecker. Used Machines 1— J. D. 8 ft. light running Windrower, good. $55 00 Coming Events Ti.ur.-day. July 1 4--Dcpew Fel- iow.-h-.p c:;-d': Fi icndly Neighbor club; Mabel circle of/the w.s.c.s. Monday. July Hi--Community club; Fen!"n F.".ward 4-H club Thuisday July 21 Indepen dcncc Mixe:s: 'Blaku-r W.M.F.: Ruth circle o! the W.S.C S. Donkey Ball At Fenton, July 24 Fenton—Ralph Godfrey's famous clonkevs w;!i appear in America's funmest g.ni.c. donkey bail, at Fe.'o-.n. Stnvlay evening. July 2-1 In addition to the donkey Kill game thtre will a!s . be a special act hy n trick mule. Fenion Forward 4-H club members enjoyed a club lour, June 30. visiting about a do/.en farm homes of members and inspecting and studying some 20 different projects. In the above pit-tut e taken on the tour, i, pun.bred Hereford heifer is the center of attraction. Left to right aie living Borchardt. ! club leader, Harian Mueller, president of the Fenton Forward club. j John I!am.-ay, the New Zealand youth visiting in Kossulh county. land Gerald Waitc, 4-H club member who owns the puitbred heifer. Fenion—The annual meeting of ! :—:— 1:;e W'i-brod Ramify Legion . D"ri<.ld Knudson. Misses LeAnn Po-t wa.- held Monday evening. O!,< ;-,. Dorothy 'I'll'- folkiwing officers wei e re- , ^< < k.-'.e;!. Co:r;mar.der. Ted Jen- i '' ; J sen. v.ec commander. Arnold * J '' H .risen: Adjutant. Bob Berkland; : t: • ,.. lirer. Ai ink! Kiause: Service Mrs Art Bleckwenn and Mrs !:.•-•••:•. Gilbert Scribner Jr.: His-, K-i:I Rudmck were hosle.-scs to Oftedahl and - iisalru'l are serving as (."Uiiselor.;. Rev. Harlan u- is dvan of tin: camp. !.irirm. S. E. Stralfy: and Boh Ki.eu-' v. as ek.-cted Sat. at Arm.'..• .-u.eced Don Sh;-.\v. Carol Jane Bierstedt Is Bride ot James Meyer Honor Miss Biersiedt A':-; C,.;oi Bierstcdt wa- hon- o;' i at a •:'.',',- cr-ilaneou- .-howei F.. •!;.-.- evening Julv 1 at the St. J .:.n'.- Lut':,!. r;-.n church M:-s F. F Muelk prog; am. J'jiv meeting of St. Luke'.- La-iKs Aid. Mr and Mrs Charles Newel en- tertamed at dinner Tuesday '•veiling. ?.lr and Mis Dick Sr-hilt/. and gill.- of Long Beach. Calif.' Mr and .Mrs E. J." Frank. Mr and Mi> D"n Shaw and children. Mr.-, Bob Johans.in and children ot j. v ..^ ••! i Minneapolis. Miss Genevieve Yv,',!-,!,'•• ^ewe! of Chicago: Mr and Mr- Richard McCaitv and family of B >\ .-'-.a'-dt -r.r." two -u-,..- Mi - ; Richard McCa; ty and family of I.- '."•• ",ce Muei'e- 1 ' and Ruti. B''l' i Hartley, and Mr and Mrs Lyle Mort"playett" „'-. '• .Newel and Fenion — In a beautiful candlelight cciemony in St. John's Lu- thei.-in ciiiirc.'! at Fenton. Sunday evening. July 10. at 7:00. Carol the couple will make their homo at 120th 2nd. street N.W. Apt. i, Jane, daughter of Mr and Mrs | Mi ' > " n Cit - v En.il B.e.stedt of Fent,,n. b .-i Out ol t-.wn KIK sts were Mr- came the bride of James M-yer. i «nd Mr- Alley Doehla.Primgnar: ,uti of Mr and Mis Fred Meyer | Mr and Mis A ally Christens.en. of Alu-na. :n a double ring cere- ! ^'^ Marie StruetKer. all . . monv performed bv Rev. V/. H . i ^i'.^n C. ity. Mr ana -vlis Hci ma:. ' Fi ieciricii ' | bt; ueker and Miss Kay Hainn:. of Fairmont. Minn.: Henrv Trcs- I"'! e.-.-nte(l ".!;.- r' F. Mu'-'ik-: Jr. gave a ;(•;, i- ::ig CIni! Hanleiman and Lois Finnestad sai,_' a S'ing entitle i P.. r Papa'. A- Ma:-y K'--..-teri; L.r.da Muelier and Paul B'-!i p •: • t;avv! the lite a- the br:-ie ,,:K Miss Elsie Meyer played the ;i aditionai wi.-rid ' sel anci M: and Mrs Kt-nnet:. 1-J. D. 46 ft. portable elevator with truck hopper, PTO drive & 12 ft. spout, on rub- ber, used 3 years. Weisbrod IMPLEMENT CO. FENTON, IOWA THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL Fenton, lower Experienced Embalmers and Funeral Directors Reliable 24 Hour Ambulance Service Funerals May Be Referred To Us With Confidence Ringsted 100 100 A 21A 21B i accompame.i Kt-r,n'.th .^•'•'•r.-M. | Hilij] R,,; ;i nd: D-nna Svdnc,. ; a coueg.-fnend of the bridegroom i Huxlev . and Lflls Flt!d . f urc ,! wl-.o sang f) F'erlcct Lov .• an,! | f- . ' ; "The Lords' Prayer." ; The church was defeated with white g!ad;oi tl , and two tapered i lighted i-andelabra be-s;de the , altar. The center aisle was j decorated on both skies with lighted tapers, tied with satin bow.-. | The brick 1 given in marriage by | '-.er father, w.i.- attract!ve :n ,. • forn.al wl-.ite gown of imported : Chai;!:i!y ro.-i p.:nt 'ace and | nyii-n "rgandy over .-aim. A : -coop noiklme was outlined with ' l.i'-e .'J \vei.- ar.d long laco sleeves ; •. n-ii .: with a V at the wiists | Sk'.vt of deep i'jifle- and ace .id- ' ;ng pleated oj-gandy c.xUr.ded int.i ch.ipe! tram of lace and or- • gaudy -. uffu?.-. Her fingertip veil j o! French illusion was attached : to a seal].-pid crown of la.-e ' ijear's. She car- Pete; son. M;r.r,eap-hs: Charleiv Fenton W.S.C.S. f Hold General Meeting, July 7 Fenton — Mr Don We:=b:'-,1 pre.-idc:!'. i . •;•. iuct-'d '.:.'• i-u-;. -.- meeCng r! I:.. ; W..;v.ar.'s S-:. '> ! Ci'.ri.-t.an Se.", ice at Its .U:.\ iecting :n tiiu Mt_-:h«.di;>! c;.u:.i: •!! Juiv 7. Mis F. W. Ru.-k-. '.'. ...- . S!',ar(-n Figler accepted the L 1 .'!.;•.* '.h' d""i p . and laUr a.- Car.'! :;v ':•,;.!:-.-' Be-'.-'•'. it ;,:U M:.r;:vn Meyi-,'. .:\\ h:k- Mrs Paul Zumai'h ' : eco; ieri the gifts in the b '••.i;. H-. tr-.--e> v.c-r" Mi'.-dL,:!;. - F. r". Muei'er S;.. F. F. Mit"!k r Jr.. ' H--:m;.n Gacte. Allied Bell. Wayne ' B -:iu^< r. Clurt :K.' P,.er>ted-. 'Ferdinand Biersteri'. Hem y Sch- i ulte. August Bierst< at, fGilnioie. Richard TheesfJe.kl.vEa ! Wichen:!;ihL Will Elmers. Joi-.n ' Strueck. r. W;!!;;,:r. Har.teiman. I Paul E:.:er. Nor.T.an Fir.r.estad. I William D Wa!!. C!;,u iv.- i u.i.-t and V." li Frit, .i: : : M:.-.-' 1 -.- \\.-.:ta E;mers ..;i Rierste-.lt ,,:id Howard S,. Picnic Honors Visitor A plv.-... V.-.,- he '• tvimmed w;::: pearls. She car- Mr- \Ve:idell Ku^< :; . i u-d .i i.tvciide: '>rc!i:d on ii .chairman ot a newly-cri-aii ••! ., i wli:ti prayer book w/.h lace and \ mittee on history and p-.jiil.. :Mt..iv, n streamers. Her only W1 !h Mr- Clayton D:tswor:' ; , : .iewelry was a single strand ot j,ir> J. A. Schw;.r'.x. dr. from the bride- condolence - courtesy c-on..y:' j are Amies Gvctsch. c:".<-.i: :-.. B.erstedt. Albeit Lea. Mrs Art \'o:gt and Mr.- W I groo:r. i sister of tiie h: ule, was maid ol I honor. Marilyn Meyer, sister of ! the bridegroom ami Vomta ; Eimt rs. friend of the bride were j bridesmaids. C irinie Gilm.iie. .1 c 'Hi.-in of the i bruit', was flower girl and Dean i Sli uecke: . .1 ciiusm of the bride- SLEEP BETTER... Hemy Trc.-.-e', a college fr.cnci f the bi idegroom, was best R.illinijer your need ' for Milk! man. Marvin | Dav.d BerKi.m.i i Melvm Meyer. 1 in idegroum and I.any liade, cou- ant! iiU'p.ds of t'ni. l'i- .uroo!r..-ii'.LT.. cotj-m of the Drink 3 glasses every day aini Dojma P.crkland. wc'i e candle- F i e 1 d friends ception was held m ti-.t- chuic!i parlors lor loll am-.-t- Marilvn Ji'nl/. and RuUi Re IS liad ch.r'^e f the guest Dining room hostess was Mrs Duane Wallu- kwit of Humbiildt. M:s Robert Wolfe. On the card t:omm;tt! i Mis Canie Voigt and M:.- i'-.d Cornelius. Membership chairman. "•'• - S. E. Straley. announced '.he :• '. lowing on her c'.mmilV'- '.--\ -• (lames John Theesr.eld. .' •' :i Munch. An.and:. Kerr. an>: \( y Ch:isc!:il!e sus-igirstions Mr.- Kail C: .-.uppiy- \\oik. _ for clestmalion A rep- by th Clau-ncc Un-.!.-: wo Clarence O-b rn. The sov.ei\' S'ole,! Mi.-.- i!;,:;'. l:r-..n. I ti .ic'r.mg -'•:.• •• •! :n |.,-co. A!r,,e lor e j Amei :can ;\r: toice per.- i:;;'. j visiting -.v:t:: !u-: :r.other. M:s j Haiiti'Iman .,t Oel'.vem. !:• . :-.-• lore fi-turnm^ to Fiankfurt. Gt-im;,nv wr.i . e -lie w;!l tc.c. '<: t!,.; •.,!! S .-.e :'"rmerly taug'nt I in Girm.ir.y belore going to Fiench Mo:i.,'c:.. Other.- at t.-.e picnic were- l.elanci Han'.elm.ii. Mi ur.da IL.iit''.man. R<. v. ..nd Mrs Hanv Deitei of Oe!v.v.:i. Mr and Mr< W.P.i.m: Wehrsp.mn ar : ,t Mrs Olio Wi/h..-p;mn ol ('it 1 .,..-!. :i. Mr- t;k !.:-. Hu-.s •: Diduu^:,-. M: i .,nd M..- M..;:.:; Haute!:-.,,n. Mr ..nd M;.- W::i:..:r. Hantel'.nai'. .mi family. Mr and Mrs Ed P,.'..::n. ! Mr a:: i M;- G--.: ..: t IL.n'e.m:,:-. F.ur.i.e a'i-i P.,LI! end M: aiu Mi.- M< :le V. •;..". and g:il-. ! At Church Camps i CamV' M'.V' ,:•;' -.! Lake Ok o •:; A GLASS OF MILK just before bedtime relaxes you, helps you go to sleep sooner and sleep more soundly. Milk relaxes blood vessels, aids circulation and eases the hunger that sometimes keeps you awake. If you Jike warm milk at bedtime, that's even more relaxing. Mitchell and Mrs Paul Zumach •AVIV in chary e ot the .gilt.- Mi- William Hantelman had charge of the program which included a talk from- RL-V. Loc.-ch. Algona. I .t reading by Mis John Slrueckei and two vocal so i Jent/:. Mrs Fred Boetu-her and Mrs Ferdinand Mueller Sr.. aunts or the bride and bridegroom, cut the three-tierei.1 wedding cake which centered the bride and grooms table. Tablewaitresses were Donna Sydnes. Marlem. (iade. Sharon Eigler. Bern ice Putratz, Pat Lulkin. and Audra Straley. Kitchen ho.-te.-.-es were Mrs William F.imers. Mrs George Jentz, Mis Hemy Sehulte, Rli> Paul Eigler, Mrs Lester Theesfield, and Mrs Lived Sunde. Ue- tn- u;n:n-: : • Follou'ing tlu bu.Mne.-.- Mr.- W. R. Woiu- p.-,. -en! lesson. 'In Street a;:-! S:. Tenement'. a.-:-..-U ,i !.>• Mi . Jo'!-.n Muncli. C':-.arle- Ni \\ Jack Gerhiirt. w.th Mr.- (.' Va.uer leading devotion-. Sto !; Kl '.,. n-i. Fenton Co-Op. Creamery "A Good Creamery In A Good Town" Fenton, Iowa Fo'kiwing the !es-on. Mrs Frank Bchne reported b: tef : .y .T. her experience as coim-elor ..' Camp Quest—a junior high -• oo atleiuied by 400 persons—including tlie staff Nirs C '' i' ••'.••;•\i\ Marilyn j lian, who was an instruc'••: ..I Camp Quest, repoited . .n :ici' classes in working out an I conducting wor.-mp service.-. S!.t- morning and evening -,voi.-i;:p services during the' week, an.i gave a graphic account of unimpressive Friday evening candle- lighting service.' Refreshments were sci \ ed by the committee of hostesses, Mr.- Fi'rink Alt-Fall, c'nairman; aiv; Mesdames Ray Zuietel. Don Root and iieorge Jorgensun Sr. thl- '.'. --Ui ale J.ii'. •\!H1 NeWel. S ; „! Eiali-r. Alan 11 Ar;;-aast. lv.,n Muni-:, ai:o M. r .. C. C ('.,'.'.. '• .,n :Atte:i(i:n~ B.ol Lutht;.-.i-i B:!-.le Ingham tn..- \\ie\ are R--;-.;,; 1 . Cherlan I. D-'iial i Cher!., n.i. M:.i - ilyn Jo':-..!!ip.M n. Lei- arid Ra\ - niond Wilueij;, Mailcne Jcn-eri. .\jel :e alK, 11.,: oar. i i i.,;vel -,.ni ulM Enjoy the advantages of the Speed Queen Bowl-Shaped Scainless Steel tub,— ia' either the wringer model or the automatic. All rust* 'ing, corrosion, or chipping is eliminated. Cwantetd /orVf'/«MW? See Our Large Ad In The FARM & HOME SECTION STOEBER HARDWARE Fenton, Iowa roratins committee 1 was Mis Mrs C. A. Swanson of Tempe, An/.., and Mrs Claire Moms ol John Struecker and Mrs William j Chicago are guests in the Art Hanleiman. Blcckwenn home. The bride is a graduate of the Mr and Mrs A. H. Peterson and Fenion high school and attendee: Mrs. Ida Mueller wc.v .->.n.u..\ Waldorf College this last year , dinner guots m the Joim Rugi .' majoring in business.' The bride- ! home. groom is a graduate of Fenion • Guests in Ihe Marlin Wegener high school and Waldorf Col- - hoiiK- in honor oi M.,. !m'.- h:;th lege. He is employed in the i day, were Mr and M:-. Webber older depaitment of the Stand- j Yager, Mr and Mrs Ck.:viuv anl Oil r.i-np.my of Mas.n, Pity ! We-eper and Mr .m.i M; Aller a u'cck's honeymoon ti'Jp ' Choi L-.- FCVL an..i ^.: :-. McFALL & RUSCH PLUMBING - HEATING WIRING "We Sell, Install or Service'' FURNACES, WELL SYSTEMS, PLUMBING and ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES PHONE 120 or 111 FENTON ORDER YOUR Built-in Suds Say«|. «r«oilobl« COAL Now At Reduced Summer Prices Orders Must Be Placed In July At These Prices FENTON CO-OP. ELEV. "Where You Trade With Yourself" More COMFORT than any other room AIR CONDITIONER! Width Cooling NEW «M L — 1955 Westmghouse Ordinary Cooler Heft) Only halt Ihe width c<x>ls you. Oiitrr hilf is 1"or "return" air. Le-\i cooling than you puid for! \Vestinghousc (above) /•';/// wulih cools you. Air "reliirn-." 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