The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 17, 1955 · Page 13
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 13

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 17, 1955
Page 13
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MRS. ARDETH HALVERSON News Editor November 17, 1955 Published By the upeer Oes Moint* Publi$hing Co., Algona, Iowa "ffce BEST appliance I ever owned" AUTOMATIC DRYER \Vc don't know of a SINGLE -woman who haj installed a Speed Queen Dryer who doesn't consider it the best, work-saving appliance she ever owned. It stands to reason. Hanging tip clothes is the most disagreeable household chore there is, and a Speed Queen Dryer ends it all! Why don't you try it. Let us send one Out on free trial. The cost, if you keep it is— As Low As $3.00 Per Week Good Record In Visit School Week, Senfral Fenlon—Nearly 84% of the students in the first six grades of t h e SENTRAL COMMUNITY SCHOOLS were honored by the presence of a parent VISITING SCHOOL during American Education Week, which just closed. Of the 327 pupils attending the elementary grades. 274 of them were visited by at least one parent, during the week at school In many cases, both parents were in attendance. Three grades had 100 r 'r in the final ratings. The Second and Fourth grades at Lone Rock and the First grade at Fenton had perfect attendance ratings. Eighty 'eight percent of the Lone Rock students, eighty seven percent of the Fenton students, and seventy percent of the Seneca students had parental visitors during the week. The exact figure for all the schools combined was 83.81'c. The final ratings for all grades in their respective schools were as follows: At Lone Rock Second—100%, Fourth—100%. Fifth —94%, Sixth—91%, Kindergarten—«»%. First—82% and Third —73%. At Fenton the standing: were: First — 100%. Second — 95.2%, Fourth— 95%. Kindergarten—95%. Third — 81%, Fifth— 72% and Sixth—71.% At Seneca the final ratings were: Second— 92%, First—80%, Fourth—73%. Third—71 % . Kindergarten—64%. Fifth—60% and Sixth—50%. The Lone Rock Second and Fourth grades, the Fenton First grade and the Seneca Second grade qualified for the prizes offered by the Board of Education for the first places in the respective schools. met Thursday in the home of Mrs Jack Gerhart with Mrs John Luce assisting hostess. Roll call was answered by thirteen members. Mrs Emil Frank was a circle guest. Mrs' Wendell Rusch was in charge of the devotional period and Mrs Charles Weisbrod presented the lesson. Depew Fellowship The Depew Fellowship circle met Thursday afternoon with Mrs Melvin Berkland. During the afternoon, Christmas boxes were packed for Rev. and Mrs Gerhart Vorland and family and for Miss Anna Marie Mitchell in Japan. A short program was presented which included a vocal duct by Mrs John Finnestad and Mr? Ernest Berkland. Mrs Otto Solberg gave a reading. At the election of officers. Mr? Otto Solberg was elected president and Mrs MilfonMMitchell. secretary and Ireasurcrr Mrs Clarence* Berkland was circle guest. Stoeber Hardware I FENTON. IOWA Boys 4-H Meets The Fenton buys' 4-H club met Monday. Nov. 7. in the home ol Billy Jentz. Bob Johnson of the County Extension office was •<, guest and showed a film entitled 'Flying over Hawaii." Lunch was served at the close of the meeting. Farm Bureau Hosts Mr and Mrs Darrel Dreyer were hosts to the Fenton Township Farm Bureau meeting Wednesday evening Nov. 9th. with 3(J in attendance. Owen Hurt was the puest speaker. Serving on the lunch committee witn thf UreyerS were. Mr ;md Mrs Roy Chrischilles, Mr and Mrs Elmer Krause and Mr and Mrs Fred Jentz. j Ruth Circle Meets ' The Ruth Circle of the WSCS Mr and Mrs Burt Fossum and 2' 2 month old daughter Becky Lou are now living at Butterficld. Minn. Mr.s Fossum will be remembered here as Mary Lou Finnestad, youngest daughter of Mr and Mrs John Finne-stad. The Fossums have been living in California, where Mr Fossum was stationed with the Marines at Treasure Island, Calif. Mr and Mrs John Finnestad were among the guests at the Vermm Finnestad home a* Butterfield. Sunday for a belated birthday party honoring Mary Lou. Mr and Mrs Everett Dreyer and Roger. Mrs Minnie Dreyer. and Mr and Mrs Duane Dreyer of Algona were last Sunday dinner guests in the Darrtll Dreyei home. Dr. and Mrs J. R. Waite recently attended the Tri-Stnte Veterinary meeting held at Sioux City. The Fenton Township Homemakers will meet Thursday. N'ov. 17. in the hoi;:: 1 »' Mrs William Hantelman with Mi'.s Ed Priebe I co-hostess. j Mr and Mrs Ole Peterson and I Mr and Mrs Ben Mitchell were i Sunday dinritr guests in the Meri le Flint homo at Ringsted. The j occasion was in h'wr of Martin I O'=r>n's birthday. • Mr and Mis J. W. Schwartz, j Mike and Jeffrey of Ames were I weekend guests in the parental, J. A. Schwartz home. Mr rnd Mrs Oliver Stoeber were Friday afternoon visitors in the Joe Laffey home at Armstrong. Other guests included relatives from Swra City. Mrs Roelf Miller is a patient at the Holy Family Hospital. Es- therville. Mrs Miller entered the hospital Friday, and underwent surgery Saturday. The'Blakjer WMF will meet this Thursdiiy afternoon, Nov. 17 with Mrs John Johannesen anci Mrs Lawrence Johannesen hostesses. Mrs Otto Jensen will present a program on Box work. Mr and Mrs Art Kabrick were Sunday evening visitors in the: Oliver Stoeber home. Mr and Mrs Floyd Hite of Oskaloosa were weekend guests in the W. R. Wolfe and Frank McFall homes. Sunday evening dinner guests in the Frank McFall home were Mr and Mr.s Herbert Weiskc and family. Mr and Mrs Wendell Rusch and Marpo, Mr and Mrs Floyd Hite and Mr and Mrs W. R. Wolfe. Sunday evening dinner guests in the Clarence Arbogast home in honor of Mrs Arbogast's bir- day were Mr and Mrs Eugene Huskamp and Trudy, Mrs Olga Huskamp. and Mr and Mrs Gerald Schmidt of Algona. Evening visitors were Mr and Mrs Can Beck and Mr and Mrs Norman Larson. Mr and Mrs W. R. Wolfe enter lained at dinner Saturday, M> and Mrs Floyd Hite of Oskaloosa. Mr and Mrs Herbert Weis- kc and children of Cedar Rapids. Mr and Mrs Jack Tieman and Terry and Lawrence Prcslhus 01 Burt. Mr and Mrs Wendell Rusch ami Margn and Mr and Mrs Frank Mc-Fall. Mr and Mrs Herbert Weiske and children of Cedar Rapid? were guests in the parental VERN'S CLEANERS FENTON Frank McF;ill home Friday evening to Sunday evening of this past week. Mr and Mrs Everett Dreyer entertained at Sunday evening dinner, Mr and Mr.s Art, Mrs Minnie Dreyer, Mr and Mrs E. C. .Wcisbrod and Mr and Mrs John Munch and Jackie. Mr and Mrs Mervin Priebe and family and Mr and Mrs Ed Prie- were Sunday dinner guests in the Lloyd Berkland home. Eddie Lindsey of MarshalUown spent the weekend in the parental Henry Lindsey homo. Guests in the John Kohlwes home Monday evening included the immediate families, who gathered together to help Mr Kohlwes observe his 78th birthday. Mr and Mrs C. J. Schemmel of Swea City were Monday supper guests of Mi' and Mrs K. C. Weisbrod. Sunday evening dinner guests in the John Laubenthal home were Dr. and Mrs A. J. Laubenthal of Emmetsburg, Mr and Mrs C. R. Kollasch and Clem of Whittemore Mr .ind Mrs John Hellmann, Mr and Mr.s Harold Laubenthal, Mv and Mrs Louis Laubenthal and family and Miss Florence Meyer all of Bancroft. Adrian Arbogast was host lo t h e Thunderbolt Motorcycle club ;it his home Monday evening. Phone 24 Free Pickup And Delivery Service ON SIDE STREET ACROSS FROM I D-X STATION Discount Sale! 3 DAY SALE ON ODDS & ENDS OF - Doors - Windows AVE! SAVE! November 17, 18 and 19th ODD SIZE PLYWOOD PANELS, Vi in. to 3 4 in. 15c to 25c square foot. WINDOW UNITS, set up — $10 STORMS & SCREENS 50c each WINDOW SASH - each $1.25 WINDOW FRAMES each 75c NUWOOD TAN CEILING TILE, here's a real buy sq. ft. 5c 2-8x7-0 5x PANEL DOORS, each $4 2-6x6-6 COMBINATION DOORS, Regular $18.75 value, at $10 ARISTO INSULATED SIDING, bundle, each $1 3-TAB HEXAGON SHINGLES- per square, $4 CABINET HARDWARE Pulls & Knobs Each lOc PRATT & LAMBERT Paint & Shingle Stain $1 per Gallon AMERICAN STUDDED TEE POSTS - 6 ft. @ 65c each; 6Vi ft., 70c COMPLETE WEATHER STRIPPING PACKAGE FOR DOORS, each $4.50 ^WPBIP ^BB^^II^W^I^MP Td^^HMP ^^^1^^ FENTON, IA. Phone 8 Gil Scribner, Jr., Mgr. ALL SALES FINAL - LIMITED TO QUANTITIES ON HAND FREE 20 Pound TURKEY To Be. Given Away Saturday, Nov. 19 STOP IN AND REGISTER HANSEN'S Standard Service ON HIWAY 44 — FENTON 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 4. WALLACE SMITH Agent WEISBROD Implement Company JOHN DEERE DEALER Buv. Phpnt 3 |«f. Phont 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 & Tractor Repair* FENTON, IA. HOME CAFE Leo Roy, Prop. Home Cooked Meals IN FURNITURE Worth Driving Miles To Find The Quality You Wanl At Prices You Can Afford To Pay . . . Low Overhead Means Better Buys In Furniture Here ! SEE THE NEW "MASTERCRAFT" LIVING ROOM SUITES . . . The Furniture With a Lifetime Guarantee COMPLETE BEDDING DEPT. The Finest In Mattresses And Bedroom Suites And At a Saving ! 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