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2~Algona (la.) Upper Des Moines Tuesday, April 24, 1956 Seneca P.T.A. Holds Election New Officers Scrts-ca — The Seneca P.T.A. held its firu'i mooting of the our- icns «chv>o! year Thursday evening :n She school gymnasium. Biisiiicss :nchice-J the ek\:tioi. "" jiew pf'K'urs. TJ"e croup vo-ed ';•> contribute •hc:r fund?'j,-- the school athletic ••'ry-pT'.jy.e-r!* tc- £*•> towaids the |rarcb.852T»g o* new home (white) i^.-ke-JNili uns:r:nis for the high *,->•>.-: l>:iy.f and girls. Offscrr? eleotrd for next year v.rre KAys-nond Ber.cum, president: Clarence Men;:, vice presi- -.?,'. nl: arid Mrs Lawrence Johan!'. .-<:n. sr<.-rotary-treasurer. The program chairman. Mrs John Johannesen, presented Mrs Eleanore Peterseii who piesented her pupils in various gymnastic ctiiils, games and tumbling exercises. Mrs Walker presented a group in the "Virginia Reel." Harold Gronhovd showed a film on the 1955 World Series. Refreshments were served by the Ernest Davises. Lawrence Ul- lenswangs, Roy Zunkels,, Carl Nielsens. Sig Logos, Mrs Carl Oden and Roy Kleins. This same group will have charge of the program for the September meeting. The topic will be Schools. Mr and Mrs Clarence Mcnz will be food chairmen, assisted by the Wayne Lynches, Willard Thompsons. Carl Hansons. Chris Dahls Lyle Englands. Robert Bin/ens and Greg Augustines. The Blakjer W.M.F. met at Che church parlors Thursday afternoon with Mrs Amey Cherland and Mrs Odey Cherland as hostesses. Mrs Elmer Krause conducted the Bible study and ,JVlrs John Johannesen presented the department of Higher" Education. Pastor Blockhus explained the LEAF program of the E.L.C. During the business meeting plan? were made to have a pot luck supper at the church Monday evening, April 30 after which Missionary Harold Olsen will speak. The program closed with the Offering Hymn and Table Grace sung in unison. Mesdames Ted Jensen, Earl Crouch and Martin Wilberg attended Rural Woman's Day at Algona Wednesday afternoon. Mr and Mrs C. O. Bailey returned home Sunday after having spent 10 days visiting at the home of their daughter and family, the Sheldon Merrills, Jr. iK-tu- Louisburg, Mo. Plan Open House At Swea School In Near Future Swea City — The Swoa City school board at a special meeting, Thursday niiiht. decided to accept bids for the residence property au.ioinmg the school ground and also for the s;ile of the house, to be moved from the lots. The property consists of 7 room house with bath, and a utility building, on a lot approximately 75 by 140 ft. The board also planned to have an open house in the near future, for the public to view the completed new school addition. It was also votejd to accept bids for the purchase of a new school bus. Hi Mav 7, Swea City 4-H Sweethearts club met at the home of Barba\\, Bishop fur their April meeting. One new member. Bobby Ann Clyde, was present. Plans for ; Mother's Day Tea were made for May 5. Girl Scout Troop I elected officers this month, for the coining year. They are Judy Hurlburt, president: Susan Bravender, vice president; Rosemary Smith, sec'y- treas.; and Janet Peters, photographer-reporter. Ends 4 Years Of Navy Duty Wesley •— Mrs Lee Hildebranrl went to Perry Friday, April 20, to get her husband when he returned with his discharge after four years of navy duty. Hi- had . made three trips to the Orient on the U.S.S. Colohan and Avas on the U.S.S. Henderson at the time of his discharge. The young couple will now make their home on the Cecil Hildebrand farm south of Britt. BANCROFT Dr. and Mrs T. J. Egan and Richard left Monday for Rochester w'lere Richard will undergo surgery. Dr. and Mrs .Egan will remain with Richard there. Mrs Otto Glawe, Mrs E. C. Behnkendorf, Mrs Herman Boeckholt, Mrs George Anderson, Mrs Henry Lensing and Inez, Mi£ Joe Ford, Mrs Vincent Ford, and Mrs Herman Kuhler attended the shower of Marie Behnkendorf at the Lutheran Church in Burl Monday, Miss Behnkendorf will be married to Bill Glawe Sunday at Burt. Mrs Roy Schillx. entertained a group of 16 ladies at a party Wednesday evening. Prizes were won by Mrs James Becker, Mrs Lawrence Bergman, Mrs Richard Menke, Mrs Walter Deitering and Mrs Joe Wollner. A lovely luncl was served by Mrs Schiltz. The- April meeting of the Knights of Columbus was helc Wednesday evening in St. John's Hall. The first meeting of the newl organized Booster's Club was held in St. John's Gym Wednesday evening at 7:30. Sister Liseiux, Darlenc Simmons, Betty Cogley, Patrick Sheridan, Richard Kahe, and Dcl- bert Lieurance lefl Sunday to participate in the State Music •Festival at Des Moines. Sister William and Sister Hugh left JErida-ji--for Dubuque where they" wuT"'"~attend conference's until Monday. Mr and Mrs Richard Menkc and daughters left Saturday for Ames where they will spend the weekend with their daughter, Mi and Mrs Thomas Lensing and family. Mr and- Mrs Bob Wolfe and family of Minneapolis spent the weekend at the home of his parents, Mr and Mrs Maurice Wolfe. Mrs Evans Carmean and family of Wheaton, 111. spent the week-* end visiting friends in Bancroft. •Cay Cavmean is a bridesmaid for he Behnkendorf-Glawe wedding Sunday. 'Contact' X-Ray Plan Explained "What do you mean by a "eon- act" x-ray program?" That's a luestion Irequently asked Joyce rlayden, R. N., public health mrse now working in Kossuth county on the current annual contact program. "I suppose it's really sort 01 medical language." said Dr. Schulter but whenever anyone has an active case of tuberculosis, there are persons who may be close to the patient before he is hospitalized. "These persohs are said to have been in 'contact' with tuberculosis. These are the people whom we hope to meet in our current program," the nurse continued. The nurse visits the physicians in the county who advises her of any persons they know who have been in contact with a case of active tuberculosis. These individuals, .plus any others the doctors recommend, are visited by the public health nurse. The doctor makes many of his recommendations on the basis of Fenton Elevator Patrons Approve New Construction tuberculin skin dicate whether tests which in- the person has ever had tuberculosis. The family physician advises the individual to have a chest x-ray when the mobile x-ray unit visits the Fenton—With an attendance of about 190, the annual meeting of the Fenton Cooperative Elevator Co. was held last Wedesnday evening at the Fenton Community Hall. Paul Voigt of Fenton and Norman Larsen of Ringsted were reelected as directors. It was voted by the patrons to put up an extra storage building, Quonset style, this summer. Oscar Heline of. Marcus, Iowa, was guest speaker. He is a. past, president of the Farmers Grain Dealers Ass'n of Iowa. Annual reports were given by Alfred Meyers, secretary of the organization the reports showed, as of Feb. 29, 1956, inventory on hand of $68,646.80 with total curr rent assets of $428,353.06. The elevator had gross sales during the last fiscal year of $748.620.56. The statement show- county which will be May 15th. i ed that the Fenton co-op paid Silver Wedding Honors For William Boettchers taxes of $3,236.08 during the past year. Net savings were listed at $30.627.30, with a total of $19,- 11S.70 allocated to patronage refunds. OVER 20 YEARS EXPERIENCE IN MILLIONS OF HOMES Cowan's Roto-Rooter Serv. One Year Guarantee , Phone Algona 980 — COLLECT Fenton—Mr and Mrs William Boettcher observed' their Silver- Wedding anniversary Sunday, April 22, at 7:30 at the Immanuel Lutheran church, Lotts Creek. Approximately 150 relatives and friends gathered for the occasion. Those present' included the attendants at the wedding of 25 years ago, Mrs Donald Radig (Lillian Schallin) and Arnold Hainzinger. Mr and Mrs Boettcher were married' at St. John's Lutheran church in Fenton, by the late Rev. Kablitz, and the reception following the wedding was held in the John Schallin home. The program for the evening included a reading and congratulatory remarks by the Rev. O. C. Geisler. Eleanor Meyer, Karen Seegebarth and Carol Zumach sang two hymns, 'Praise to the Lord, the Almighty 1 and 'The Lord Has Helped Me Hither To.' They were accompanied at the piano by George Wolter. William Dau of Algona showed colored slides of a recent trip to Florida and Cuba. The table at which the honored couple and close relatives were served lunch was decorated with potted plants and centered'"with a large three, tiered wedding cake. The other guests were served cafereta. Mrs M. P. Nemit/. of Fenton was dining room hostess. Waitresses were Mrs Deloncl Boltc, Mary Alice Rossiter, Alice Luecltke, Mrs Victor Dreyer, Janice Zumach and Nelda Meyer. Mrs Donald Radig was in charge of opening and displaying the gifts. Another highlight of the evening, was a pleasant surprise for Mrs William Boettcher and Mrs Frank Shelter, as the group sang the Happy Birthday song and presented them with a"* large birthday cake from Mr and Mrs John Schallin. Both ladies observe their birthdays, April 22, Those from a greater distance attending the occasion were Mrs Ted Elmer and daughter Caroline, Wells, Minn., Mr and Mrs Arnclt Weyrum, Alden, Minn., Mr and Mrs Gordon Weyrum and boys, Congor, Minn., Mr and Mrs Virgil Zwiefel of Dolliver, and Mr and Mrs Frank Sheller of Dickens, Iowa. 1 <» O O •o INSURANCE OFFICES OF ALGONA WILL BE •0 <J A o o C' CLOSED SATURDAY AFTERNOONS Beginning Saturday, May 5 Until September 1st Algona Insurance Agency Blossom Insurance Agency Bqhannon Insurance Service Herbst Insurance Agency Paxson Insurance Agency Ricklefs Insurance Agency Church Convention The Esthorville Lutheran chun-h will be host, Sunday, April 29, to the 'All-in-One' convention, which will provide a general meeting and a chance for the various groups within the circuit of the Evangelical Lutheran church (ELC) lo transact business. The convention starts with a muss meeting at 2 p.m. Women of the host church will '.-serve .supper. The convention will conclude at 8 p.m. with a concert by tin- choral union and the Address by Hev. Abrahamson. Churches in tiiis locality with members attending will be Blakjer Lutheran at Kenioii, St. John's Lutheran at Cylinder, and Naxareth Lutheran at Armstrong. The Fenlon Township Homemakers met Friday afternoon in the home of Mrs Gerald Radig with 17 members answering roll call with 'My Most Embarrassing Moment.' Mrs Berhow presided at the business meeting and also gave a report on her recent trip to Ames where she attended a conference on 'Family Living.' Mrs Ted Jensen and Mrs. Steve Behrends presented a lesson on painting aluminum trays. Mrs Emma Hurlburt and Mrs Henry Schroeder gave a lesson on con- troling household pests. The next meeting will be May 18th with Mrs William Hantelman. The Blakjer W.M.F. met Thursday afternoon with Mrs Odey Cherland and Mrs Amey Cherland. Mrs Elmer Krause presented the' lesson and Mrs John Johannesen gave a ready, "Why Send Your Child to the Christian College?" Mrs Frank Long of Goldfield was a guest. Twenly members of the local WSCS attended the Algona District annual' meeting Thursday, April 19, at the First Methodist Church in Emmetsburg. Mrs R. L. ; H-nuswirth, president, preside.4 at 'the business session. Highlights of the conference included an!address by Mrs Max Goldman of Titonka, who spoke on 'How Can I Best Fulfill My Mission of Service.' Fenton PTA will be held for the final meeting of this school year, on Tuesday evening, May 1. The faculty is in charge, and exhibits will be displayed in each of the grade rooms. Serving refreshments will be Mesdames Eldon Hantelman, chairman, Arnold Hantelman, Gerhart Hantelman. William Hantelman, Arnold Hansen, Everett Hartman, Harvey Henriksen, William Householder, Gilbert Scribner. Walter Jentz, W. W. Jolley, Arno Juhl, Jordan Knudson, Robert Kitner, Helena Jentz. Circles of the Woman's Society meeting this wqek are as follows: the Ellen Circle on Wednesday afternoon with Mrs Paul Hudson. The Ruth Circle Thursday altcrnoon with Mrs Clarence Os'born and the Dorothea Circle also Thursday afternoon with Mrs Clarence "Arbogast. Don Weisbrod was called lo Lester, Iowa early Sunday morning. Don went there to bring.his parents, the Will Weisbrod.-; back to Fenton. Mr and Mrs Will Weisbrod, who have been in De.s Moines since Christmas, had gone to Lester .just late Sunday, planning to stay for sometime with the Hugo Denkers. However, Mr Denkcv became suddenly ill and was taken to a Sioux Falls, S. _D hospital for observation and check-up. Mrs Denker is with her husband. Last Sunday, Mr and Mrs Denker, the Will Weis- brods and Florence Weisbroci •v»rp dinner guests in trie Uf Weisbrod home. Afternoon call ers were John Wallace and -Mer vin and Rosie Weisbrod. Commencement Speaker Sidney Rand, president f Wul- College, has been named as Commencement speaker for the r-ci-i."-!.-. ol the Sentral Disliict. He will hpi.:ak at Commencement ex- L'l'ci.-e? .1 the Fenton schoul, Tmsfijy evening, May !.'), ai Lone Ruck, Wendesday, May l(j lind at Seneca, Thursday evening, May 17. Baccalaureate services will be- held at alltthivi- schools Sunuay evening. May 13. Bishop Guest Speaker UiMi.ip J. Waskon. Pickrtt ot the Dei hi Are -i of the Methodist Y i chin i. u in India was the guest Xi:-pci;kc: iii iiii.- Fenton Methodist yjchurrn Sunday, April 22. at the V'll a.m. worship service. He O i >poki- v.". the current conditions V I in India. £ Bi.-hup Picket! has spent 4i> yeui.> in India. He is also a close iriencl nf Mi Nehru and has been ins advis-ii uii many que.-lions of Amt.-riciiji pulic> Surrender Singh i.>rf Muradabad. U. P. India. now attending school in Minnuapnli- Cosh Nights At Fenton To Begin Fenion — The Fenton Community club met Monday evening of last week for their regular meeting. . Final plans were made for the Cash Nite drawing which will begin Saturday night May 5. The first drawing will be for $25, with $5 added for each week that the money does not go out. One must be present when his name is called to be eligible for the money. -The previous registrations will be used, and those who have not registered may do so at any of the participating Fenton business places. ~ Paul Eigler and John Bailey" were appointed as a committee to see what arrangements can be made, for having band concerts on Wednesday evenings. E. W. Ruske, president, read a report on material received in regard to small manufacturing businesses for building sites in small towns. The material presented to the Fenton Community Club was for a small factory manufacturing plastic materials .that would employ about 3bO people. Comjng Events Wednesday, Apr. 25—St. John's Ladies Aid; Ellen Circle of the WSCS. Thursday, Apr. 26—St. John's WMF at Depew; Dorothea Circle of the WSCS. Sunday, Apr. 29-—Circuit Convention of the ELC church at Estherville. Tuesday, May 1 — P.T.A. Wednesday. May 2 — Fenlon School Activity Banquet. Seneca Nine In 4th Season Win Seneca — The Seneca 'Indians stretched their winning record to four Thursday afternoon when they shut out* the Dolliver nine 6-0 on the latter's diamond. Seneca gave up 3 hits, allow- ien. alks Band Mothers Meet, Fenton , Fenlon—The Fenton Band Mothers met Wednesday afternoon, April 18. Mrs Helena Jentz presided at the business meeting. The Band Mothers voted to make plans and contribute toward band .Concerts for the summer, providing arrangements can be made. , Following the business meeting. Mr Bailsman, instrumental music instructor presented a number of the students in a recital. THOAAAS 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 ed 3 walks and struck out IGUr Dolliver gave up 4 hits, 2 w and had 4 strikeouts. Hurlers for Seneca were Looft and Crouch with Hurlburt behind the plate. Hurlers for Dolliver were A. Osell and Knapp with J. Osel) catching. The locals meet Grant at Seneca on Monday afternoon and on Thursday ' afternoori they play Whittemore here. The game with Lone Rock was postponed due to the cold weather. WIND High winds at Storm Lake damaged a brand new station wagon belonging to Rex King. The wind blew down a big tree, which fell partially across the automobile. HURT As he pumped gasoline into a supply tank Eldon Beers of Hol.slein was hurt when the hose broke, spurting gasoline into his face. He jumped back, the ladder bi'oke and he fell about ten feel to the ground. He was knocked unconscious. FENTON THEATRE Fri. & Sat. April 27 - 28 THE LONG ROAD TO i VMUH« AND MURDER! Lice, Mltet, Otwt Can't "Takt" It! A tor* •««* •gktnM f T Pttiectl tufolfc Pr^Wrt thorough Mntullon, itiui inefMMt riidliy of you* Mf««tfc V You g«l in*i* «Ukt k>wer Iwelcrl*. ftrboU «»V«* B1*r» poultry froM. Apply I* triUtf liwl* w«ll», (tiling*, trail*, Iropplrtt faittA. thiM «ty \ p«wd«f M fcmto. itm frt tompttu •MimiM, fc«lrt7 fiwto, m»n «Hfc Wath out Incubaton and IESTOCK . POULTRV STOEBER HARDWARE - Fenton TODAY'S THE DAY! PAINT DAY and OPEN HOUSE at THOMPSON YARDS IN FENTON 'Free Coffee and Doughnuts! Door Prizes — 1 to 5 P.M. on Wednesday, April 25 ...for all your Kl needs IOHN PAYNE -MONA FREEMAN Sun. Mon. Wed. April 29-30 - May 2 THE MAN You'll Never Forget 1 WRECKED A gravel truck went out of trol and turned over near yourney recently, when the s ing mechanism broke. Owner Harold Davis walked away Si the up-side-down out injury. vehicle, with- FENTON BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY GENERAL INSURANCE J, WALLACE SMITH Agont WEISBROO Implement Company JOHN' DEERE DEALER Bu>. 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 HANTELMAN'S GARAGE Auto & Tractor Repairs FENTON, IA. The FRIENDLY TAVERN Invites You ' AT FENTON We're ready at all limes lo help every member of Ihis community with loans for all needs, savings plans and >11 bank services. May we assist you loo, soon? Savings Are Important For Your Future! <• •* V -^ •, And, imporlanl to local progress! This helps us make lor~s lo responsible borrowers, building coundly in Ihis community for vycur future I It's Good Business To Pay Bills By Bank Check Your cancelled check for payment—whether for business or household bills — is your permanent rocepit. Open a convenient .checking account, here ! First Trust & Savings Bank - Fenton and Armstrong, Iowa You need MILK... # O o '8' STARTS SATURDAY, MAY 5 ! FENTON EACH SATURDAY EVENING $25 OR MORE OFFERED WEEKLY Register NPW — Or If You Previously Registered Nothing To Buy! Your Name ls Already Entered. - FENTON COMMUNITY CLUB YOU NEVER OUTGROW YOUR NEED FOR MILK 7"ou'J.L LOOK BITTER, feel better, actually be better when you drink enough milk. Adequate intake of milk docs four svondertul things for you — iiiiikes 30.7 ilcc/'i better . . . eases venous I fusion . . . e>:di c.i!.-;::;n s!.:ri-.tt;on . . . and builds strength, i;a.' }al! Drin!: at least three glasses everyday. It's the healtht- e;.t h.ibii von c.m have. Fenton Co-Op. Creamery "A Good Creamery In A Good Town" Fentpn, l&wa

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