Mtt. At&ff H HMVttSON N«w» Mrtor Jfenlun November 3, 1955 Published By The UpfMf 0M MdiftM Publishing Co., Algono, Iowa Register At Furniture Store Opening Fenion — Approximately 800 persons visited the Peterson Furniture Store in Fenton Saturday, in observance of their grand opening. The Petersons served coffee and donuts to those visiting the store. Adults registered for free prizes which were given away in the evening. Herman Hintz ol Lone Rock was the lucky person to receive the $59.50 Land-O- Nod mattress. Cliff Dahl won the second prize of a set of television trays. The third prize of a picnic basket cquiped with plastic dishes and silverware was won by Mrs Ronald Chrischilles. Besides the big day at Petersons Furniture store, the Jorgenson Lockers also treated customers to a special drawing on a U.S. Hind quarter of a beef. Howard Schulte was the lucky winner. No one claimed the lucky number at Dick's Meat and Grocery Store which was worth $10 in groceries. $45 Saturday Night Mrs Melvin Berkland was not in Fenton Saturday evening to claim the $30 her name was drawn for. A name will be drawn for $45 this Saturday evening at 9:30. At Mission Meeting Members of the Blakjer WMF Society attending a Worker's Conference at Immanuel Lutheran church near Wallingford were Mrs Amey Cherland, president; Mrs Ted Jensen, vice president; Mrs Odey Cherland, treasurer; Mrs Herman Gcilenfeldt, newly elected secretary for Life Membership and In Memoriam; Mrs Carrie Jensen, newly elected Cradle Roll secretary; Mrs Henry Wilberg, Promotion secretary: Mrs Peter Thorson, newly elected historian; Mrs Curtis Olson, local Christian Nurture secretary and also Circuit secretary of Higher Education; Mrs Kenneth Halverson, Circuit Mission Secretary: Mrs John Johanne.son, local Higher Education secretary and Mrs Henry Looft, retiring Historian. Also in attendance was Mrs Harlan Blockhus of Armstrong. , National Education Week This next week, Nov. 6 to 12, has been set aside as American Education Week. In observance of this special week. The Scn- tral Community School Board of Education is sponsoring a contest in the first six grades of each of .bur Sentral Schools for attendance of visitors. The 'grades in each of our three schools which have the largest percent of either mothers or fathers visit Coming Events Thursday, Nov. 3 — St. Luke's Ladies Aid; Woman's Society of Christian Service. Tuesday, Nov. 8—Fenton Woman's Club. Thursday, Nov. 10 — Dopey/ Fellowship circle; Friendly Neighbor club; Mabel circle of the WSCS. school during that week will re- ccive a prize. It is hoped that all parents will make an extra effort to visit school during the week of Nov. 6 to 12. but if they are unable to attend during that week, they are welcome to attend at any other time. BRIARDALE VALUS THRU NOV. 5 QUALITY WITH THRIFT A Few of Dozens of FOOD SPECIALS BRIARDALE ENRICHED FAMILY FLOUR, 5 Ib. bag . 39c BRIARDALE QUALITY SALAD DRESSING, qt. jar... 39c FRUIT COCKTAIL 2 "£? 45c Shurfresh OlEO 19C 1 lb. Carton DUNCAN HINES Angel Food Cake Mix, 2 pkgs. - $1 SHURFIRE PURE ' LARGE CANS VEGETABLE SHORT'NG, 3 for 65c PURE, GROUND LEAN BEEF HEINZ TOMATO CATSUP Homebuilders Elect Members of the Homebuilders Class met Wednesday night ot last week at the Methodist church for a pot luck supper. At the business meeting election of officers was held for the coming year: President, Clarence Underwood; vice president, Mrs Alfred Meyers; secretary am* treasurer, Frod Brown. Mr and Mrs Alfred Meyers spent several days this past week visiting with Mr and Mrs E. L. Vaux at Davenport, and with the Bob Weisbrod family at Alton, Illinois where they made the acquaintance of a new grandson, Kim Robert. Mr and Mrs George Jorgenson Jr. were Sunday dinner and supper guests of Mr and Mrs Roy Bitzer at Grafton. Nadine Weisbrod had the misfortune to break her ankle while at play at school Monday of last week. Nadine is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Dale Weisbrod. Curtis Anderson of Story City visited with friends and relatives in the Fenton-Ringsted communities Wednesday of week. Mr and Mrs Oliver Stoeber visited with the James Messieri family at Cedar Falls last Wednesday. Thursday and Friday they visited with relatives at observed at the Fenton Methodist church. During the instrumental prelude, played by Mrs Don Shaw, violinist and accompanied by Mrs Clarence Osborn, the candles were lighted by -Mrs Ray Stoeber and Mrs Wilfred Stoeber. Mrs Eugene Huskamp was in charge of the special services. Mrs Clarence Arbogast gave scripture reading. Talks were given by Mrs Clarence Yager, on Brazilian and Korean Chapels; Mrs Frank McFall, 'Bethlehem Centers'; Mrs Floyd Duncan. 'Burma'; Mrs Clarence Arbogast ,'India'; and Mrs Eugene Huskamp spoke on 'Liberia'. Mrs Earl Vasbinder and JoAnn Peterson of Pasadena, Calit. were guests last week Saturday to Tuesday in the Alex Radig home. Mrs Vasbinder is a sister of Mr Radig and JoAnn Peterson is a niece.' Donald Levi, infant son of Ml- and Mrs Robert Chestnutwood of Winterset, was baptized Sunday, Oct. 30, at the local Methodist church. Rev. C. C. Callahan officiated at the service. Mr and Mrs Donald Weisbrod entertained at dinner in honor of the occasion. The Chestnutwoods, who have spent the past week in; the parental Weisbrod home returned home Sunday. Walter Weisbrod of Good Hope was a Sunday visitor of his sister, Mrs Amanda Kern. Mrs Charles WfJlton of Des Moines spent this past weekend with the Delond Bolte family and the M. E. Hiatts. The Dorothea Circle of the WSCS met Thursday Oct. 27 with Mrs Harry Haase. Mrs George Jorgenson was in charge of the devotional period and Mrs C. C. Callahan presented the lesson in the absence of Mrs Florence Behne. The November meeting will be held with Mrs Oliver Stoeber on Friday, Nov. 18. Members asked to note that this is a change in the regular meeting date. Mrs Harlan Kramer is a pat' ient at the Holy Family Hospital at Estherville. Mrs Arnold Hansen was a patient at St. Ann hospital Wednesday to Saturday of last week. Gerald Voigl and son James Bernice Potratz Bride Of Lorry Gade, Fenton Fenton—In a pretty ceremony performed Saturday afternoon at 4:30 in the Alvin Potratz home, Bernice Polratz and Larry Gnde were united in marriage. The bride is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Alvin Potratz and the bridegroom is the son of Mr and Mrs Herman Gade. The Rev. Gcisler performed the double ring ceremony. The home was decorated with baskets of flowers. The bride wore a beige colored suit with a corsage of yellow mums. She was attended by Sharon Eiglcr who wore a brown suit r«nd a corsage of 'yellow mums. William Bruhn attended the bridegroom as best man. Mrs David Dcrkland and Bonnie Potratz sang two selections, accompanied by Mr Wolters. Following the ceremony, a reception was held for about 40 guests. The couple left on a wedding trip, and following their return, will make their home in Fenton. party a big success, including the Community Club for financial assistance. Charles City, returning home Fri- Richard of Ames spent several - - lays this past week in the Eugene 2 14 oz. Bottles 49c SAVE AT FENTON'S BRIARDALE STORE BAILEY'S STORE FENTON PHONE 20 WATCH FOR XMAS TOY DISPLAY - NEW LOW PRICES day evening. Enroute to Cedar Falls they visited briefly with the V. J. Tatums at Greene. The Eslherville Circuit LDR was held Sunday at St. John's Lutheran church at Depew. Following the afternoon business mooting, a program was presented during the supper hour. Miss Ariel Peterson of Augustana College, Sioux'Falls, S. D. was the guest .spea'kt'r. Sharon Eigler, who is enrolled at the Kahler hospital school of nursing at Rochester, Minn., spent the weekend with her parents. On Sunday she was among the guests at a dinner at the George Murphy home honorinp the birthdays of Mrs Rita Eigler. Paul Eigler and Mrs George Murphy. Sharon was also a guest at the Potratz-Gade wedding Saturday. Enjoying a dinner together at the Nylcs Ileggen home Tuesday evening, were Rev. and Mrs H. L. Norhcim and family, Mr and Mrs Richard Underwood and baby, Mr and Mrs Albert Mitchell, Mr and Mrs Morris Mitchell and the Heftgon family. The occasion was in honor of the birthdays of Mrs Nnrlic-im ami Mrs Underwood. Mr and Mrs John Fuhr entertained the following guests at dinner Sunday, Mr and Mrs R. F. Laabs, Mr and Mrs Arnold Laabs and Diane, Miss Amanda St'hutt, Mrs Vernona Nielsen, Mr Earl Peitersen. Afternoon guests were Mr and Mrs Harold Roke.s and Mary Ellen of Fort Dodge Mr and Mrs Rueben Larsen and family ol Armstrong were Sunday afternoon visitors in the Henry Wilberg home. A World Day of Prayer was luskamp home. Mr and Mrs Omar Lenning are :he parents of a daughter born Tuesday, Oct. 25, at the Holy family hospital. She weighed C bs., 14 oz. and has been named '^inda Marie. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Bollig are 3flfcnJ,s. of a baby daughter): Su^arTnc Frances, born last Thursday at the Holy Family Hospital Estherville. Big Crowd At Halloween Fenlon—The annvial Halloween party Monday evening sponsored by the Town and Country Woman's club at Fenton was a big success. Winning prizes in the variou 1 ' classifications were the following: Ghosts—Craig Borchardt and Dennis Tippie; Witches—Roxanne Voigt: Clowns — Tim Struecker r.nd Wayne Stoeber: Old men and hoboes—Billy Duncan and Donald Knudson; Old ladies—Patty Wid del. Gypsies — Canclycc Vaudt and Peggy Voigt; Pirates — Robert Krause and Wayne Eimers; Indians — Roger Kitner and Brian BoreharcH; Devils: Mike Mansager and Dennis Newel: Animals— Tom Struecker and Dennis Tliees- fk.'lcl: Miscellaneous — Suzann? Newel, Trudy Huskamp, Judy Thee^ftpld, Jimmy Steinbergs Perry Eimers, Ronnie 1 Theesfield'. Named king and queen of thr •party were Billy Duncan and Suzanne Newel. Tiiis is the lifth annual party sponsored by the Town and Country Woman's Club. The club who wishes to assisted thank all those in making this The New 1956 CHEVROLET ON DISPLAY HERE NOV. 4 19 NEW MODELS OF AMERICA'S MOST POPULAR AUTOMOBILE B & W CHEVROLET - Fenton AUTOMATIC DRYER We don't know of a SINGLE woman who has installed a Speed Queen Dryer who doesn't consider it the best, work-saving appliance she ever owned. It stands to reason. Hanging up clothes is the most disagreeable household chore there is, and a Speed Queen Dryer ends it all! \\'hy don't you try it. Let us send one ouc on tree trial. '1 he cost, if you keep it is — As Low As $3.00 Per Week Stoeber Hardware FENTON, IOWA Fenton Youth Takes A Bride Fenton—In a pretty ceremony performed Saturday afternoon, Oct. 22, at Bethany Lutheran church in Emmctsburg, Bonnie Sanders and Arnold Nielsen were united in marriage. The bride is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Malt J. Brown of Emmetsburg and the bridegroom is the son of Mrs Karl Nielsen of Fenton and the late Karl Nielsen. Rev. C. H. Johnson performed the double ring ceremony. Mrs Harold Henricksen was organist, and Mrs Carl Hofstad, solosist, sang 'Because'. Helen Fuhr was the bride's attendant. Raymond Brown attended as best man. Ushers were Arnold Laabs and Duane Hereim. Following the wedding, a reception was held in the church parlors. The bride is a graduate of Emmetsburg high and has worked as a nurses aid at Palo Alto Memorial Hospital. The bridegroom is a graduate of the Fcn- ton high school and is now farming near Fenton. The couple left for a wedding trip to the Ozarks Retiring officers were Fred Erickson, president; John Hclle- seth, vice president; Alan Peterson, secretary - treasurer; and Phil Tokheim, reporter. Other club members taking part in the election were Kermit Studer, Robert Crouch, Jerald Waitc, Robert Wiskus, Rich- County Election Of 4-H Picks New Officers Roger Drcyer of Fenton was elected county boy's 4-H club president at the annual county boy's 4-H election meeting at AI- gona Saturday, Oct. 22. Other officers elected were James Bierstedt of Whittemorc, vice president; Robert Kaltved, Svvua City, secretary-treasurer; Don Grajnt of Corwith, reporter and Gail Kauffman of Swea City, recreation chairman. New officers will be in charge of conducting the annual 4-11 training school for local 4-H officers Dec. 3, and will represent the 22 boy's clubs with over 40(1 members in the county at various county, district and state events. 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