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MAI. AftDttM HAIVMSON N«wt Wltor iFenfjoti March 20,1956 Published By TM Upper 061 MdiAtft PublUhing Co., Algeria, Iowa Fen ton Folks In Alabama Accident Carl Priebes In Hospital At Troy, Alabama Fenion — Mr and Mrs Carl Priebe are hospitalized at Troy, Ala. as the result of a car accident while returning home from Florida. Mr Priebe, who is a Fenton rural carrier, and his wife, had been on a vacation trip and were returning from Fort Myers, Fla. when their car was struck broadside by another vehicle that failed to observe an arterial stop sign. The machine struck them on the driver's side, and threw the Priebe vehicle down a 15-foot embankment. Their car, a nearly new Chevrolet, was considered a total loss. The accident happened last Wednesday morning. The Fenton folks were taken to the Beard hospital in Troy, where it was thought Mrs Priebe had fractured ribs, and might have to remain there for several weeks. The Ed Priebes were also on their way home and were contacted on the highway, enroute. and were at Troy with the Carl Priebes. Ed and Carl are brothers. Ray Priebe of Fenton, and Art Priebe of Lone Rock, are sons of Mr and Mrs Carl Priebe and have been keeping in touch with the situation by long distance telephone. With Ed Priebe at Troy to handle necessary details it was not thought necessary for either of the sons to go to Alabama, and latest word was that the Priebes were making a good recovery. Conclude 5,000 Mi. Trip Mr and Mrs Frank McFall. and Mr and Mrs Clarence Underwood returned recently from a 16-day trip, covering about 5,000 miles into the southwest. At Phoenix, Ariz, where they spent several days they attended an Iowa picnic, and saw a number of other Fenton area folks, including Mr and Mrs Albert Bleckwenn, Mr and Mrs Art Mahling, the Joe Maddens, Albin Nelson, Clarence Weisbrods, William Stoebers, Shelby Weisbrods and Dean Lufkins. Only event marring the trip was a bad blowout enroute home, but other than the loss of the tire no damage was done. The return route was across Texas to Louisiana and then north. To Confirm 15 A class of fifteen Continuants will be confirmed on Palm Sunday, March 25, in St. John's Lutheran church. Services are at 10 a.m. and the Rev. W. H. Friedrich is the officiating pastor. Miss Elsie Meyer is organist. Members of the class are: Kathryn AH, daughter of Mr and Mrs Larry Alt; Dennis Geitzenauer, son of Mr and Mrs Delberl Geitzenauer; James Henriksen, son of Mr and Mrs Harvey Henriksen; Susan Hantelman, daughter of Mr and Mrs William Hantelman; Faye Hantelman, daughter of Mr and Mrs Eldon Hantelman; Earl Jentz, son of Mr and Mrs Walter Jentz: Judy Jentz, daughter of Mrs Helena Jentz. Charles Kern, son of Mr and Mrs Lloyd Kern; Loren Krause, son of Mr and Mrs Ervin COME IN AND SEE The Brooder That's 5 Ways Better! The A. R. 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First Trust & Savings Bank - Fenton and Armstrong, Iowa Krause; Lynn Men?., son of Mr and Mrs Willard Menz; Joanne Mitchell, daughter of Mr and Mrs Ed Mitchell; Vergene Norland, daughter of Mr and Mrs Olaf Norland; Bonnie Peril, daughter of Mr and Mrs Walter Peril; Mary Alice Rossiter, daughter ol Mr and Mrs Ruebcn Lucdtke; Nancy Sunde, daughter of Mr and Mrs Lloyd Sunde. To Confirm Five The Kev. A. C. Kruger will confirm a class of five on Palm Sunday, March 25, in St. Luke's Lutheran church. The services are at 10:30 a.m. Members of Ihc class are: Darrell Berkland, son of Mr and Mrs Lloyd Berkland; Mark Bleckwenn, son of Mr and Mrs Gilbert Bleckwenn; Teresa Bleckwenn, daughter of Mr and Mrs Dan Bleckwenn; Judith Sax- Ion, daughter of Mr and Mrs Gilbert Saxton: Carol Schmeling, daughter of Mr Schmeling. and Mrs Ervin THIS IS YOUR BANK To Confirm Seven The Rev. C. C. Callahan will confirm seven at the 11 o'clock worship service in the Fenton Methodist church on Palm Sunday, March 25. They are: Penny Boevers, daughter of Mr and Mrs Don Boevers, Frank Cannon, son of Mr and Mrs Dean Cannon; Mary England, daughter of Mr and Mrs Lyle England; Brian Hartshorn, son of Mr and Mrs Caleb Hartshorn; Rebecca Householder, daughter of Mr and Mrs Wm. Householder; Larry Kramer, son of Mr and Mrs Harlan Kramer; Gary Widdel, son of Mr and Mrs Duane Widdel. The members of the Homebuilders Class of the Methodist church met Wednesday evening with hosts and hostesses, Mr and Mrs Roelf Miller, Mr and Mrs Earl Lufkin and Mr and Mrs Alfred Meyer. Mrs C. C. Callahan was in charge of devotions and Jrtev. Callahan and C. C. Voigt were in charge of the entertainment. There were 23 present. The Concordia Choral Club will present a concert at St. Paul Lutheran church, Garner, Tuesday afternoon, March 27. Robert Fnedrich, son of Rev. and Mrs W. H. Friedrich is a member of the Choral Club. The March meeting of the Blakjer W.M.F. was held Thursday afternoon, March 15- in the Church parlors with hostess, Mrs Ole Pederson and Mrs Henry Looft. The Mission Box program was in charge of Rev. Blockhus in the absence of Mrs Blockhus, local mission secretary. Rev. Blockhus showed a film on mission work in Africa. He also presented the foreign mission fields of the E.L.C. and mission work in the United States by means of a candle-lighting service. Assisting iim were Mesdames Henry _ooft, Sig Loge and Fred Johannesen 1 Mrs Amy Cherland conducted the Bible study in the absence of Mrs Otto Wilberg. Guests were Mrs Harold Gronhovd, and Mrs Ralph Voifit. The Rulh Circle of the W.S.C.S. met Thursday afternoon, March 15 in the home of Mrs Sarah Weisbrpd with Mrs Paul Cornelius assisting hostess. One guest, Mrs Roelf Miller, was present and 13 members answered roll call. Mrs Arnold Hansen gave the devotions and Mrs Clarence Osborn presented the lesson on the Samaritan Woman and Mary and Martha. The Ellen circle of the W.S.C.S. will meet Wednesday March 28 in the home of Mrs Earl Lufkin with Mrs Verna Lovejoy assisting hostess. Mrs Eugene Huskamp will have charge of the devotions and Mrs Clarence Underwood will present the lesson. Mr and Mrs Donald Shaw took their son, Ricky, to Iowa City Tuesday for a medical check-up Carol and John Shaw -stayeo with their grandparents, Mr anc Mrs C. E. Shaw in Des Moines during the time their parents and brother were at Iowa City. Dr. and Mrs E. W. Ruske and Kayo, and Steven Stoeber went to Iowa City Saturday morning, to attend the Iowa-Kentucky game. Steven was a guest of his brother Bill, while at Iowa City. The Dorothea Circle of the W.S.C.S. will meet Thursday March 22 with Mrs John Munch. Mrs George M. Jurgenson is co- hostess. Mrs Clarence Yager is in charge tif devotions arid Mrs Earl Crouch will present the lesson. Annual Meeting Creamery Co-Op Is March 24 Fenton—The annual meeting of members and patrons of the Fenion Co-Op.Cream- ery Co. will be held in the Fenton Community Center, Saturday afternoon, March 24, beginning at 1:30 p.m., for the purpose of electing directors and to transact such other business as may come before the meeting. There will be a program and lunch will be served by members of the Dorothea Circle of the W.S.C.S. Ringsted Host To K-E School Music Festival Fenton — The Fifth Annual K & E Conference Music Festival was held Monday evening in the Ringsted high school auditorium. Howard Van Sickle, professor of music at Mankato State Teachers College, directed the 218 voice chorus'and the 264 piece band. Schools participating'and their directors were: Sentral school, Marlyn Bausman, instrumental, Mrs Roger Walker, vocal. Whittemore, Robert Bottorff: Grant, G. Dole Canfield; Dolliver, Harold J. Armstrong and Margery M. Finn; Gruver, Ruebon Luther; Ringsted, Phil Lachett, instrumental, Jerry Olson, vocal. Program numbers by the massed chorus included: "Now Let Every Tongue Adore Thee", "Climbing Up The Mountain", "Bless The Lord and Battle Hymn of The Republic." Eight seections by the massed band were: Saluation March, Deep River Phapsody, Tenderly, Apple Valley Overture, Rosary, Broadway Overture, Syncopated Clock and the Washington Post March. Yvonne Borchardt singing "Make Believe" accompanied by Mrs Wendell Rusch. Assisting Miss Becklcy with her many lovely gifts were Yvonne Borchardt, Donna Jean Zumach and Mrs Larry Gade. Hostesses were Mesdames, Alvin Potratz, Wm. Zumach, Wilfred Stoeber, Ray Zwiefel, John Munch, Frank McFall, Ray Priebe, Vernon Finnestad, Fred Boet: tcher, Fred Meyer, Martin Meyer. Wendell Rusch. Everett Dreyer and R. W. Wolfe, and Miss Mar- ,lene Freyholtz. i Those from a distance attend- «iing-the shower were Mrs Robert Abbott of Boone, Mrs Vernon Finnestad, Butterfield, Minn.; Mrs Oliver Lentz of Sac City; Mrs W. A. Rusch, Ft. Dodge; and Mrs Frank Sheller, Dickens. Miss Beckley, daughter of Mr and Mrs J. F. Beckley, leaves soon for the Hawaiian Islands where she will wed Franklin Rusch, son of Mr and Mrs Art Rusch of Whittemore, April 15. Shower At Fenton Honors Patty Beckley Fenion — Miss Patty Beckley was honored at a miscellaneous shower Sunday afternoon at Immanuel Lutheran church, Lotts Creek. Mrs Larry Gade was in charge of registering the guests. Decorations were in blue and white. • • . Mrs Wendell Rusch was in charge of the program which was announced by Marlene Freyholtz. Marlene read the "Life History of Pattr" wrUten by.her sister, Mrs Willa McDonald of Ames. Jeneane Zwiefel played two accordian selections, "Dark Eyes" and "Always." Mrs Frank Seelir .-gave a humorusvVeading "Dorothy Dumb Attends a Wedding." The program, closed With arolyn and Bobby were Sunday guests in the Ben Mitchell home. Mr and Mrs Erving Davidson and family of Marble Rock were weekend guests in the Morris Mitchell home. Coming Events Wednesday, March 21 — Fenton Band Mothers. Friday, March 23 — Fenton Township Hometnakers. Saturday, March 24 — Annual meeting of Fenton Co-Op Creamery. Wednesday, March 28 — Ellen Circle of the W.S.C.S. A cliche is an expression so often used that it has lost its force. Lone Rock News Mr and Mrs Junior Hurlburl .spent Friday evenfng at the Alfred Schadendorf home. Mr and'Mrs C. J. Stauder of Bancroft spent Sunday afternoon at the Lawrence Geitzenauer home. Mr and Mrs Lyle Marlow and family visited Friday evening at the A. C. Bierstedt home at Lakota and also attended the class play. Sunday for dinner they were guests at the Walter Sorenson home at Burt. Mr and Mrs Herschel Hartman and boys spent the weekend at Sioux 'Center, la. where they visited E. F. Newel and family. Mr and Mrs Grovcr Hostetter. Mr and Mrs Oscar Croonquist of Moreland, la. and Mrs Edith Hostetter of Gutherine, Minn, spent all day Friday at the Mil : ton Madison home. Mr and Mrs Lyle Basset! were last Sunday visitors in the Ray Stoeber home. A. W. Strand of Waldorf College was in charge of the Sunday morning worship service at Blak- jer Lutheran church, in the absence of the pastor, Rev. Harlan Blockhus, who was ill. Mr and Mrs Herman Hinlz and Mr and Mrs Victor Struecker and family were last Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mr and Mrs Eugene Vaudt in honor of Mrs Vaudt's birthday. Roger Dreyer and Billy Jenlz Jr. attended the 4-H Club Day at Algona last Saturday. Their host was the Gamble Store. The boys were guests at a dinner at the •Johnson House. Entertainment was at High School Annex and •they also attended free show. Even with the bad snowstorm, they reported a very good time. .Roger and Billy also gave a demonstration Monday night at the special activity program for Dad's Nite held at Forrester Hall, Bancroft. ! Mr and Mrs Henry Wegener of Armstrong were Sunday after-' noon and supper guests in the Oliver Stoeber home. Sunday visitors in the Roelf Miller home were? Mr and Mrs Bill Miller and Mr and Mrs Melvin Ricklefs and Larry of Titonka and Mr and Mrs Paul Winter and Julia of Lakota. Mr and Mrs John Micklick, No Paint Ocfler! Sleep in your new bedroom the same night you paint! GAL. • Oil paint that rolls right on • Perfect 1-coat coverage e Washable as gloss enamel A velvety flat finish in any of 12 decorator colors, countless intermixes and white. 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