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MM. AUDffH MALVHSON Ntirt tdffer Tuesday, May 1, 1956 Algona (la.) Upper Oet Moifie»--3 -.-_— *^i I, | | - | -_|-,_ u _ - „ | - - .. ., , l , , . . -.--\--r-i _— - - - 30 Teachers In Sentral District Renew Contracts Fenlort—Signed contracts have been received by the Sentral Community Board of Education from the following 30 teachers. Mrs Kathryn Walker, vocal music; Mrs Barbara Hypse, Home Economics; D. A. Blanchard, Lone Rock Principal and Social Sciences; D. W. Beck, Shop; Charles Staudt, Coach and Math; C. L. Martin, Commercial; V. Buschkamp, English; Mrs Fern Krueger, 5th-6th grades; Mrs Mary Staudt, 4th grade; Mrs Mabel Blanchard, 2nd grade; Miss Florence Yager, 1st; Mrs Adelaide Pingel, kindergarten. J. F. Beckley, Fenton Principal and shop; James Hypse, Commercial; R. D. Walker, Coach and Social Sciences; Marvin Stone, Math; Mrs Oriole Christiansen, English; Mrs Leone Halverson, Junior High; Mrs Pauline Volteler, 6th; Mrs Donabelle Kohlwes, 5th; Mrs Frances Helland, 4th; Mrs Jessie Newel, 3rd; Mrs Alma Bleckwenn, 2nd; Mrs Bernadette Gowans, 1st. Mrs Ruth Newel, kindergarten at Fenton and Seneca. Harold Grunhovd, Seneca Coach and Math; Mrs Arlene Buschkamp, English and Typing; Richard Pannell, Junior High; Mrs V. Rogert. 5th and 6th; Mrs Elnora Petersen, 3rd and 4th. M. D. .Bausman has signed a contract to teach instrumental music in the Wilton Junction schools. Larry Beckley has signed a contract to teach in Junior High at Burl. Mr Wessendorf is planning to go into school administration work next year. Mr Tofte and Mr Aschenbrenner have not announced their plans for next year as yet. Circle Meetings The .Ellen Circle of the WSCS met Wednesday afternoon in the home of Mrs Roy Chrischilles with Mrs Paul Hudson, assisting hostess. Mrs Carrie Voigt ' and Mrs Charles Weisbrod were guests. Mrs Lester Weisbrod had the devotions and the lesson was presented by Mrs Hans Baago. The Woman's Society of Christian Service will meet Thursday afternoon, May. 3. Mrs W. W. Jolley is in charge of the worship and Mrs Alfred Meyer is program leader. Hostesses are Mesdames S. E. Straley, Ed Reimers, Roelf Miller and R. Laabs. Visit At Kerns Mr and Mrs Melvin Kern of Algona and Mrs Amanda Kern were Monday evening visitors in the Lloyd Kern home. Independence Mixers The Independence Mixers met in the home of Mrs Carl Beck Monday afternoon, April 23, with twenty ladies in attendance. Mrs Eugene Huskamp presided in the absence of the president. Everyone interested in the selection and care of annuals and perennials is invited to attend the meeting May 1st at the Methodist church in Emmetsburg at 1:30 p.m. Ben Vance, Extension Horticulturist of Iowa State College, will be in charge. A lesson on controlling household pests was given by Mrs Eugene Huskamp and Mrs Bertel Berkeland. Mrs .Dick Underwood had charge of recreation. Songs were sung by the group and there was a plant and bulb exchange. The Pennies for Friendship collection amounted to $1.06. 4-H Club meeting Independence Idealists; met in the home of Judy Weiner on Apr. 14. The club discussed the Good Grooming Contest and the Picture Judging Contest which will be held at i the next meeting. Other topics discussed were Junior Camp and the selecting of county officers. Judy Weiner and Cheryl Solberg were selected \o attend Junior Camp, and Janice Jacobsen and Cheryl Solberg were selected as county officers. W.S.C.S. Ruth Circle The Ruth Circle of the WSCS met Thursday afternoon, April 26 in the home of Mrs Clarence Osborn with Mrs C. C. Voigt as assisting hostess. Eleven members answered roll call, and one guest, Mrs Byron Speers, was present. • Mrs Clifford Douglas was in charge of the devotions and Mrs Dale Voigt gave the lesson on Herodias and Bethlehem. At Nemitz Rites Among those from this vicinity attending the funeral of Richara Nemitz at Canby, Minn. Wednesday were Mr and Mrs M. P. Nemitz, Mr and Mrs Fred Mortenson, Mr and Mrs George Mienke and daughter, Mrs R. F. Laabs, Mr.? Bill'Haase, Dick and Otto Borchardt, Mr and Mrs Ed Mitchell all of Fenton; Mrs Rose Kraft of Lone Rock and Mr and Mrs Hugo Mittag and daughter of Webb. The Fenton Activity Banquet has been postponed until Tuesday evening, May 8. The dinner is being served by the members of St. John's Lutheran Ladies Aid. '* Mr and Mrs Ray Verbrugge and Lois of Armstrong were Wednesday evening visitors in the Stanley Jensen home at Ringsted. Bishop J. Waskom Picket! oi Delhi, India, preached in the Methodist church at Fenton last Sunday morning. He and Surrender Singh of St. Paul were weekend guests at the Methodist parsonage. Robert Nave and Stanley Hansen also of St. Paul accompanied them to Fenton. They were over night guests Saturday in the Clarence Osborn home. These four guests together with Mr and Mrs Clarence Osborn were dinner guests of Rev. anad Mrs C. C. Callahan Sunday noon. Twenty seven members of Blakjer Lutheran church and 40 members of St. John's Lutheran Church, Depew, attended the EsthervUle Circuit Conventiori held at Estherville Sunday, April 29. A total of 443 registered. A vocal trio, of St. John's Lutheran church, Mrs Bob Berkeland, Mrs Bertel Berkeland and lola Berkeland sang, as did the vocal sexette also of St. John's Lutheran Church at Depew. Mrs Art Juhl of Cylinder was elected as presided of the WMF Society to succeed Mrs' Percy Larson of Estherville, 'who has served the past three years. Supt. Chase To Be Judge In Music Contest Fenlon—Supt. K. M. Chase of the Sentral District will serve as one of the judges for the music contest to be held at Frodericks- burg on Saturday, May 5. Twenty-eight schools will participate in the contest and there will be fourteen 1 bands in competition. The other two instrumental judges for the contest at Frcdericksburg will be Mr F. S. Davis of Mason City and Mr J. F. Rolfe of LaCrosse, Wis. Infant's Baptism Judy Kay, infant daughter of Mr and Mrs Lloyd Kern, was baptized Sunday, April 22, in St. John's Lutheran church. The Rev. W. H. Friedrich officiated at the service. Sponsors were Mr and Mrs Bonnie- Berkland and Charles Kern. Mr and Mrs Kern entertained at dinner in honor of the occasion, Mr and Mrs Bennie Berkland and family, Mr and Mrs Art Mueller and Mrs Amanda Kern. At Ruthven Rites Oliver Stoeber and Henry Wegener, the latter of Armstrong, attended funeral services Tuesday afternoon for Dick Arndt at Ruthven. SEE For Expert . . . 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