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MM. AIOETH HALVIISON Editor August 18, 1955 Published By The Upper Des Moinet Publishing Co., Algona, Iowa 17 New Teachers For Sentral District Sentral Schools Open Aug. 29 Schools of the Sentral Community School District will open on Monday, Aug. 29, it was announced this week by Supt. K. M. Chase. Schools in the district in- dude Fenton, Lone Rock and Sc-nf.'cj). Buses will return students to their respective homes in time for lunch on that first day. Classes will be in session all day starting Tuesday. Aug. 30. A meeting of all the Sentral teachers will be held in the Fenton gymnasium at 10 a.m. Saturday, Aug. 27. • » • Supt. Chase announced that book rent will remain the same as last year, S4.00 per student for the year. Lunch fees will again be the same as last year, 2f)c per lunch for students and 3()c per lunch for teachers. There will be 17 new faculty members in the Sentral district, plus 19 teachers who have taught at une of the three schools in the past and Supt. Chase. A complete faculty list follows: BARBARA HYPSE — Home Economics teacher at Lone Rock and Fenton. B. A. from Nebraska State Teachers' College at Wayne, Neb. Has been teaching at Oto, la. KATHRYN WALKER— Vocal music teacher in all schools of the Sentral System. 'Both grade and high school.*). Has taught at Me.-ervy and Fairbank, la. from I.S.T.C.' at Ctdar Falls MARLYN BAUSMAN—Instiu- mental music teacher in all schools of the Sentral System Has taught the past five year.- at Iviif Rock in the English department and band. B. A. fiom Dubuque University at Dubuque. la. ROGER WALKER — Driver training teacher in the Sentral Svstem. B. A. from I.S.T.C. at i Cedar Falls. Has taught at Fair- ] bank and Elgin, la. D. BLANCHARD—Loin- Rock Principal and Social Science, B. A. from I.S.T.C. at Cedar Fall., and graduate work at University of Wyoming at Larimie. Taught at Plymouth. la. before coming to the Lone H'>ck school last year. DAVID BECK — Lone Rock Ass't. Principal and Shop. B. A. from Nebraska State Teachers College at Wayne, Neb. Taught at Rosalie, Neb. before coming to Lone Rock school last year. Home is at Lyons, Neb. CHAS. STAUDT — Lone Rock Boys and Girls Coach, Math and Science. B. A. from the U of S. D. Taught at Humboldt, and Galva, la., and at Omaha, Neb. before coming to Lone Rock a year ago. CLARENCE MARTIN — Lone Rock Commercial teacher. B. A. from I.S.T.C. at Cedar Falls. Taught at Knoxville before coming to Lone Rock school last year. V. BUSCHKAMP—Lone Rock English teacher. B. A. from Nebraska State Teachers' College at Wayne. LARRY BECKLEY — Lone Rock Junior High Teacher and coach. School work at Wart burg College, Waverly. la. Taught last year at Dolliver. FERN KRUEGER—Lone Rock fifth and sixth grade teacher. School work at Parsons College, Fairfield, la. Has taught two years previously in the Lone Rock school. MARY STAUDT—Lone Rock third and fourth grade teacher. School work at Bucna Vista College. Storm Lake. la. and U of S. D. at Vermillion. S. D. Taught at Galva before coming to Lone Rock last year. MABEL BLANCHARD— Lone Rock s e c o n d grade teacher. School work at I.S.T.C. at Cedar Falls. Taught at Plymouth. la. FLORENCE YAGER — Lone Rock first grade teacher. School work at I.S.T.C. at Cedar Falls Has been teaching at Lone Rock for past several years. ADELAIDE PINGEL — Lone Rock Kindergarten teacher. School work at I.S.T C. at Cedar Falls. Taught in Kossuth rural schools before coming to Lone Rock last year. J. F. BECKLEY—Fenton Principal and Shop teacher. B. A. from I.S.T.C. at Cedar Falls. M. A. from Iowa State College at Ames. Returning to Fenton for third year. JAMES HYPSE — Fenton Ass't. Principal, Commercial and McFALL & RUSCH PLUMBING - HEATING WIRING "We Sell, Install or Service" FURNACES, WELL SYSTEMS, PLUMBING and ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES PHONE 120 or 111 FENTON FENTON BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY GENERAL INSURANCE J. WALLACE SMITH Agent WEISBROD Implement Company JOHN DEI-RE DEALER Phone 3 Res. Phone 60 HANTELMAN BUILDING SERVICE For Building • Remodeling PHONE 125 or 17 Dr. E. W. Ruske DENTIST Office Phone 79 Residence 25 Fenton, Iowa HANTEIMAN'S GARAGE Auto A Tractor Repairs FENTON, IA. Good Food Good Coffee HOME CAFE Iowa's Annual Outing Join Ihe happy crowds for Iowa's greatest fun festival... 10 wonderful days ... 10 glorious nights. 200 acres of marvelous things lo see and do and enjoy at the marvelous IOWA STATE FAIR AUGUST 27 — SEPTEMBER i (through Labor Day) AuJo Races — Aug. 28-29-Sept. 2-5 Slock Car Races Aug. 27-Sepi. 4 Rodeo — Sept. 2-3-4-5 Horse Races — Aug. 30-31 Thrill Day — Sept. 1 Musical Revue — Aug. 27 thru Sept. 1 8.000 head of prize livestock 40 acres of farm machinery Statewide flower and garden show 4-H and FFA Fair Culinary Show — Sewing and Fancy Work Show Farm Gadget Show PUN YQUB SAU OUTIN6 NOW! Science. B. A. from Nebraska State Teachers' College at Wayne, Neb., graduate work from Colorado Teachers' College at Greeley, Colo. Taught at Oto, last year. FRED WESSENDORF—Fenton Boys and Girls Coach with Social Science. B. A. from Buena Vista College at Storm Lake, la. Graduate work at Colorado Teachers at Greeley, Colo. Taught at Cornell, la. and Dolliver, la. M. D. STONE—Fenton Mathematics teacher. B. A. from Nebraska State Teachers' College at Wayne. Neb. Taught at Newman Grove, Neb. Home at St. Edward. Neb. ORIOLE CHRISTIANSON — Fenton English teacher. B. A. from U of Iowa, graduate work at Minnesota Teachers' at Mankato. Taught at Fairfield, la. Home at Ringsted. LEONE HALVORSEN—Fenton Junior High teacher. School work at I.S.T.C. and Drake University. Has taught in the Fenton schools for several years. PAULINE VOTTELER— Fenton Sixth grade teacher. School work at Drake University. Des Moines. Taught at Gilbert before joining the Sentral staff at Lone Rock for part time last year. DONABELLE KOHLWES — Fenton fifth grade teacher. School work at Drake Community Col- lege. Will begin third year at Fenton -this fall. FRANCIS HELLAND—Fenton Fourth grade teacher. School work at Upper Iowa University at Fayette, la. Taught at Greeley, la. before teaching last year at Fenton. JESSIE NEWEL—Fenton Third grade teacher. School work at I.S.T.C. and Drake University* at Des Moines. A former teacher in the Fenton grades. ALMA BLECKWENN —Fenton Second grade teacher. School work at Drake University Community College. Will begin third year at Fenton this fall. BERNADETTE GOWANS — Fenton First Grade teacher. School work at Drake Community College. Has taught several years in the Fenton school. DONNA WESSENDORF—Fenton and Seneca Kindergarten Teacher. School work at Buena Vista College at Storm Lake, la. Has taught at Cornell, la. R. M. TOFTE—Seneca Principal and Science. B. S. from University of Minnesota. Graduate work at Colorado Teachers at Greeley. Colo. Taught past three years at St. Ansgar, la. ARLENE BUSCHKAMP—Sen- enca English and Typing. B. A. from Nebraska State Teacher? College at Wayne. Has taught at Bloomfield and Wakcficld Neb. HAROLD GRUNHOVD— Seneca Coach Boys & Girls and Math B. A. from Luther College, Decorah. la. Has coached and taught at Scarville the past four years. DUANE ASCHENBRENNER— Seneca Social Science teacher B. A. from Westmar College ai LeMars, la. RICHARD PANNELL—Seneca Junior High teacher. B. A. from Pasadena College, Pasadena. Cal. Has been teaching at Seneca past several years. NAIDA ASCHENBRENNER— Seneca fifth & sixth grade teacher. School work at Westmar College at LeMars, la. Has been teaching at Orange City, la. ELNORA PETERSON—Seneca third and fourth grade teacher. School work at Drake Community College. Has been teaching at Seneca for several years. Home at Ringsted. GLORIA TOFTE—Seneca first & second grade teacher. School work at U. of Minnesota. Has taught five years, most recently at Little Cedar. la. K. M. CHASE—Superintendent of the Sentral System. B. A. at Parsons College, Fairficld, la. M. A. from University of Iowa. Starting second year in Sentral District. Caroline Friedrich Bride Of Orville Kressin, Aug. 14 Fenlon — Caroline Friedrich. Fenton. daughter of the Rev. and Mrs W. H. Friedrich, and Orville Kressin. Lone Rock, son of Mrs Mollie Kressin, were married Sunday evening, Aug. 14. at 7 p.m. in St. John's Lutheran church at Fenton. The bride was given in marriage by her father who also performed the double ring ceremony. The bride was lovely in a floor length gown of imported, embroidered Swiss organdy. Four deep, full flounces formed the skirt. A square, scalloped neckline and short sleeves topped the close-fitting bodice. Her waist length veil of imported silk illusion was attached to a net crown trimmed with tiny ruffles and pearls. Organdy mitts completed her costume. Her only jewelry was a single .strand of pearls, a gift from the bridegroom. She carried a white orchid surrounded with tuberoses. Mrs William Friedrich of Niagara, N. D. was the bride's or\!y attendant. She was attired in a yellow not over taffeta floor length gown with a ruffle tri:u- med skirt and cap sleeves of net She also wore a pear! necklace and carried a buuqutt ut bronze and gold mums and pompoms. The bridegroom was attired in ;i navy blue business suit and wore a white tuberose cluster I boutonniere. He was attended oy his brother, Ortwin Kressin ol Lone Rock. The Rev. Martin Friedrich, Harlingen, Texas, brother of the bride, and Howard Bierstedt, Lone Rock, and Clarence Bier- stc-dt Jr., Fenton, nephews of the bridegroom served as ushers. Robert Friedrich, brother ol bride, .^ervcd as organist. Tlu procesMunal was 'Jcsu, Joy ol »vlan's Desiring' by Bach, and the recessional was 'Let Us Ever Walk \Vith Jesus'. The Reverend William Friedrich, brother of UH bride, sang 'O Father All -Creating' and 'The Lord's My Shepherd' accompanied by Rober. .•'nednch.. The wedding reception wa. add in the church parlors wmc', \vas decorated in t)u- bride'? v-hoM-n colors. Mrs Edwaro Aleyer .served as dining room nostess ancl also had charge ol the decorations. Valerian Jentz. .••"airmunt, Minn., had cnargv o! the guest book. The wedding luncheon wa> -vived to approximately -00 quests. The table waitre.-sc:- were the Mt^-dames Howai«t iSierstcdl. Dan el Dreycr. Jack Jerharl, Kenneth Johnson, Joe Kemna, and Robert Mitchell anr. .he Misses Kathleen Bollinger Janice Jent/. Marlys Jtntz and Janet Theesfield. The kitchen hostesses included the Mt-sdame> Donald Derklanri, chairman. Ervin Borchardt, co-chairman. Larr. Alt, Elsie Dreyer, Everett Dreycr William Eimers, Amos Finncatad Norman Finnestad, Arthur Krause, Helene Jent/, Helena Luedike Edward Mitchell, Katie Sdum- der and Lester Theesfield. During the reception a progian was presented with the Rev. Martin Friedrich serving as to;,M master. The Rev. O. C. Gcisle: Lone Rock, spoke words of con gvatulaUun. The Rev. WilUan Friedrich sang 'Bless This House' and 'O Love That Casts Out Fear A reading ,' Home Builders' \\-- a given by Mrs Elmer Kroegcr u Remsen. Mrs Veinon Graucr Marcus, sang two selections ac companied by Mrs Curl Gruuer An original poem on the bride'.life was read by the Rev. William Fviedrich. A .skit about tin. romance ol the bridal coupl' 1 w.i; sung by the Mcsdames Ruben Mitchell, Joe Kemna, Kenneth Johnson, Jack Gt-rhurt, Darn; Dreyer and Howard Bierstedt. The bride attended Concordu Teachers' College and taush' school ior >cvual ycara. Dunns the past school year she taught grades 1-4 at St. John's Lutheran School, Alta, Iowa. The bridegroom is farming near Lone Rock. After their wedding trip the newlyweds will be at home on the Gus Krause farm near Lone Rock. Club Picnic Held The annual guest day picnic of the Friendly Neighbor club was held Friday Aug. 12 at the Fenton park. Nineteen members answered roll call by introducing their guest. Mrs Arlo Ranney and Mrs Calvin Vaudt were in charge of the entertainment. Bingo was played. A reading entitled 'A Telephone Conversation' was given by Mrs Arlo Ranney. A picnic lunch was served. Luedtke Reunion The Luedtke family reunion was held Sunday. Aug. 14. in the Fenton park. Those in attendance were Art Luedtke. Mi' and Mrs Edwin Luedtke and family. Mr and Mrs Harold Luecltke and family. Mr and Mrs Leon Larson and family. Mr and Mrs Melvir. Phcisen. Mr and Mrs Bob Schmidt and family. Mr and Mrs Car! Priebe, Jackie, Barbara, Carl and Darlene Priebe, Mr and Mrs Art Priebe and family, Mr and Mrs Herman Luedtke, Mr and Mrs Marvin Luedtke and family, M. and Mrs Ervin Luedtke and family. Mr and Mrs Marvin Ackerson and family, Mr and Mrs Don Luedtke ancl family, Mr and Mrs Ronald Chrischillcs and family, Mr and Mrs Rueben Luedtke and family. Mrs Helena Luedtke, Mr.•"d Meyer, and Miss Bertha Kressin. The Luedtke family reunion ior 1956 will be held the 1st Sunday in August. $45 On Cash Night Marlys Bratrud was not present Saturday evening to claim the S30 her name was drawn for by he Fenton merchants on the Saturday night drawings. This Saturday evening a sum of S4n •vill be given away. Be sure to je in Fenton. The name drawn nay be your own. Hold Family Reunion The Nelson family reunion wa> held Sunday, Aug. 14, at UH tldon Brown home. Those M< ittendance wi-ic Mr and Mi.- A. Nelson of Estherville: Mi and Mrs Peter Tnorson ol Rsng=t -a: .Vill Nelson of Elkhorn, lu.: Mr and Mrs Fred Brown, Ekk»n Jrown, Mr and Mrs Al Hewitt =mcl family of Mason City; Mr and Mrs A. E. Nelson, Tempc. An/.: Mr and Mrs Joe Nucnum Jarol. and David of Grove Cnv. Minn.; Mr and Mrs Herman Gci- .cnt'eldt and family, Mr and Mr.- tlenry Wilberg and boys and Mi -md Mrs Kenneth Halvei'sun. vlerle and Barbara. infant Baptized Linda Jean, infant daughter of Mr and Mrs Bennie Bcrkland .ca.s baptized Sunday, Aug. 14, at St. John's Lutheran church, Fen- '011 with the Rev. W. H. Fried- ,'ich ufticiaiitig. Sponsors were vlib Harvey Hemicksen, Ro> Mueller and Oscar Berkland. In honor of the occasion, Mr and Vlrs Berkland entertained at dinner. Rev. and Mrs W. H. FrifJ- ich, Mr and Mrs Harvey Hen- ickscn and family, Mr and Mi> ^oy Mueller and family, Mr and Mrs Oscar Berkianci and boy.-,. Mrs Martha Mueller and M:.- -lara Berkland. Auxiliary Has Picnic For their August meeting, the local Legion Auxiliary member- ^njoyed a picnic at the home o; Mrs W. R. Wolfe. Mrs Calvin .vuuui did Mrs Ft-ruie Mueller Jr. were guests. At the short business meeting., members voted to send S5 to the Boys Training school at Eldora. Mrs Ed Bruhn gave an interesting account of her recent trip to Canada. The remainder of !nt afternoon was spent playing 500. The September meeting will be with Mrs G. B. Johnson. Miss Carrie Heiden of Duluih, Minn.. Mrs Ella Waite and Dr. and Mrs John Waite anc. family spent last Sunday at Sioux Falls, S. D. where they visited Albert Heiden. a brother of Miss Heider. and Mrs Ella Waite. Mr and Mrs Roelf Miller and Ruth were Thursday evening visitors in the Paul Winter home at Lakota. T. Sgt. and Mrs Hoy Alfred, Mike ancl Kim of Helena, Mont, spent this past week in the parental Herman Gade home. Mr anc! Mrs Lester Gade and girls of Chicago have also been recent visitors in the Gade home. -•< William Voigi, Lois and Peggy were Sunday dinner guests in the Herman Voigt home at Alden, Minn. Mr and Mrs Clarence Yager were among those attending a party at the Ray Theesfield home in Armstrong. Saturday evening. The gathering was a iartwcll courtesy to Wayne Warrior, who has been assistant manager of the Farm Service Company fo: this area. There were about twenty in attendance. Mr and Mrs Hugo Denker of Lester, la. and their grandson Freddie Buechler of Plattsmuuth Neb. and Mr and Mrs Harvey Thomas and family of Green Mountain. la. were Sunday guests m the W. J. Weisbrod home Dr. A. J. Laubenlhal and daughter Donna, of Emmet-burg were Sunday dinner guests in the John Laubenthal home. Mr and Mrs Alvin Olson left Tuesday of this past week for California where they plan to make their future home. Mr and Mrs Albert Cody have also recently moved to California. Tuesday evening supper guests in the Albert Mitchell home were Mr ancl Mrs Norman Thompson and Shone of San Bernardino, Cal • Mr and Mrs Harlan Gaarc! of Frost, Minn.: Mr and Mrs Mo>-ns Mitchell, and Mr and Mrs Dick Underwood and Lynnora i Thursday, August 18, 1955 Algona (la.) Upper Des Moines-7 Ann. I Mr and Mrs Gene Mansager and j Mr and Mrs Duane Widdel re- I turned Sunday from a week's fishing trip to Black Duck. Minn. Mrs Heiko Adams, Marion and Delia of Buffalo Center were Sunday dinner guests in the Roclf Miller home. Mr and Mis John Miller and family of Britt were Sunday afternoon visitors. Mr and Mrs Frank Mueller and boys and Mr and Mrs Lloyd Korn and family were Sunday dinner guests in the parental Art Mueller home. Mr and Mrs Will Miller of Titonka were Wednesday evening visitors in the Roelf Miller home New Store To Open Soon At Fenton A new furniture and jewelry store will be opened soon in Fenton, it was announced this week by Roy Peterson of Rincsted. The store will be known as L. A. Peterson & Sons and will be located in the former Newel building. The Peterson.* recently purchased the building from Mrs Jessie Newel and are now in the process of remodeling. Living quarters are being built in the rear of the store and Mr and Mrs Roy Peterson and their two sons. Richard 12 and Steven 7, will live there. The Peterson* also have a linoleum shop in Ringsted which will continue to operate. In addition to the Peterson'? furniture and jewelry. Vern's Dry Cleaners of Armstrong will have an office in the building. The new store is expected to open for business Sept. 1st with a grand opening to follow at a later date. Summer Program Ends In Sentral Fenlon—The Sentral Community School District concluded its summer recreational program last week with the final band concert, at Fenton. The Lone Rock concert scries was brought to a close the previous week. The bands are taking a month's vacation until school begins a;j;ain. Mr Bailsman wishes to express hi« appreciation to the many parent 1 ; who drove cars from the Seneca, Fenton, ancl Lone Rock communities. The -wirnm'.ng program wi'.i terminated on Ji.ilv 29. FOR RENT -- MODERN. TWO bedroom home. Phone: 42. Mi", Mary C. Hanson. Fenton. .'<:i* Coming Events Thursday. Aug. 18 — Independence Mixers: Ruth Circle of the wscs. Tue.-day. Aug. 23 — Blak.iei WMF. Wednesday. Aug. 24—Ellen circle of the WSCS. Thursday, Aug. 25—St. John's WMF at Deptw: Dorothea circib of the WSCS. THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL Fenton, Iowa Experienced Embalmers and Funeral Directors Reliable 24 Hour Ambulance Service Funerals May Be Referred To Us With Confidence Phone FENTON 23 RINGSTED 21001 21006 20216 Used Machine 1946 J.D. "G" Tractor ...$1295 with power-trol, good shape 1944 J.D. "A" Tractor ....$645 with power lift, overhauled 1952 J.D. Portable Elevator. $475 46 ft., with truck hopper and PTO drive 1952 J.D. Manure Spreader .$295 for Model M J.D. tractor, good J.D. Manure Spreader $155 for J.D -node! H tractor, overhauled J.D. Tractor Plow $60 413 - 2-16, on steel I.H.C 2-14 Slat Plow $95 on rubber Weisbrod Implement FENTON, IOWA \/ I We Hove I V^«) Free Delivery of FELCO FEEDS in Ton Lots. Also Free Delivery on Bulk FELCO FEED Save$12to$15perton Be Your Own Salesman and Earn On Your Own Feed Also Truck Delivery on Bulk Ground Feed FENTON CO-OP. ElEV. "Where Ypg Trade With Yourself" • Dazzling whiteness • Unusual wearing qualities • Guaranteed excellent results • Save; dollars on every exterior paint job OR CHOOSE FROM THESE OTHER MONEY-SAVERS SUPHWX REGISTERED HOUSE PAINT Our finest quolity — you can't buy better paint. per gal. SUPSRMIX REGISTERED One-Coat House Paint Danling white one-coal coverage for surfaces in good condition. ptr gal Pn'cei ilighlly higher in Wtitorn Dakota* and Montana STOEBER HARDWARE FENTON. IOWA OUR OWN HARDWARE ^ 7/ou/l l&ncL ofStote ' MUUSIVt DEALER fOK SUPERMIX AND (HAUENCiR PAINTS

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