The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 15, 1956 · Page 62
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 62

Publication:
Location:
Algona, Iowa
Issue Date:
Tuesday, May 15, 1956
Page:
Page 62
Start Free Trial
Cancel

Graduating Senior Summary For Fenton Alvina Miller, daughtet of Mr and Mrs Will Miller, lives on a farm near FoiUon. She was active in band, all vocal groups and basketbnU, all four years of high school. Her favorite food is shrimp, and her favorite colors fire brown and gold. She plans to attend Augustana College in South Dakota in the fall. •—o— Ivan Weisbrod, son of Mr and Mrs Lester Weisbrod, lives ir Fenton. Ivan spent most of his time studying instead of going for activities. He was class president one year and also went out for baseball the first year of high school. His favorite color is red. Ivan doesn't have any favorite food, he will eat almost anything. Ivan plans to attend Morningside College in the fall, to take up business administration. Jerry Reimers, son of Mr and Mrs Ed Reimers, lives on a farm near Fenton. Jerry was active in baseball and basketball all four years of high school; in his senior year he was in mixed chorus and boys glee club. Jerry's favorite color is cadet blue. His favorite food is steak. Jerry plans to work with a construction crew and do farm work. Yvonne Borchardl, daughter of Mr and Mrs Otto J. Borchardt, lives on a farm near Fenton. She was active in band and all vocal groups all four years of high school and a cheerleader three years. In her senior year she was Student Council President, class treasurer & secretary, and she was voted Band QUeen last fall to represent the Fenton band at Algona. Yvonne's favorite color is orchid and her favorite food is shrimp. Yvonne's plans are indefinite. —o— Alice Geitzenauer, daughter of Mr and Mrs Delbert Geitzenauer, lives in Fenton. She was active in mixed chorus and girls glee club. Her favorite foods are .hamburgers and french fries, her favorite color is blue and white. Alice's plans are indefinite. Nelda Meyer, daughter of Mr and Mrs Albert Meyer, lives on a farm near Lotts Creek. She was active in mixed chorus and girls glee club. Her favorite color is blue and her favorite food is hamburgers and french fries. Nelda would like to get a job in a store In Algona. Sharon Wichlendahl, daughter of Mr and Mrs Edwin Wichtendahl, lives on a farm near Lotis Creek. She? was active in baskel-8 ball, and all vocai groups all four years of high school. In he: senior year she was member ol studont council. Her favorite colors are brown and green Sharon doosn't have any special food she likes, she likes anything. Sharon's plans for fall are indefinite. Eugene Lieb, son of Mr and Mrs Edwin Lieb. lives on a farm near Lotts Creek. Eugene came to Fenton High from Algona school in his Junior year. He was active in mixed chorus and boys glee club his two years in Fenton. In his senior year he was active in basketball and baseball. Eugene's favorite color is light pink. His favorite food is steak. Eugene plans on going to college. Richard Polratz, son of Mr and Mrs Herbert Potrat?:, lives on a farm north of Whittemore. He was active in band, baseball, basketball, and all vocal groups all four years of high school. Dick's favorite color is rose and his favorite food is good old fried chicken. Dick plans on working in a service station this fall. Wayne Gross, son of Mr and Mrs Harold Gross, Ives on a farm near Lotts Creek. He was actve in all vocal groups, baseball and basketball all four years of high school. In his senior year he was 'class president. Wayne's favorite color is blue and he is another one who doesn't have any favorite food. Wayne's plans for thic fall are indefinite. —o— William Jolley, son of Dr. and Mrs W. W. Jolley, lives in Fenton. Bill was transferred from Pillsbury Military Academy Owatpnna, Minn. January 31, 1955 to join the Fenton Junior class. His favorite color is black and his favorite food is spaghetti Bill has joined the Air Force and is leaving the 17th of May. James Peril, son of Mr and Mrs Walter Peril, lives in Fenton. Jim was active in baseball all four years of high school. His favorite color is black and his favorite food is steak. Jim's plan are indefinite. John Kressin, ion of Mr and Mrs AM 'Kressin, lives on a farm near Fenton. John's favorite colors are black and pink and his food is steak. John has joined the Air Force and is leaving the 17th of May. -Algona (la.) Upper De$ Molnes Tuesday, Mefy 15, 1956 Waldorf College President At 3 Graduations Fenlon—Sidney Rand, T'osirlonf nf Waldorf College al Forest City, will be the speakei for the Commencement Exercises of the Sentral Communitx School District. Commencement Exercises wiT be Tuesday evening, May 15, at the Fenton school, Wednesday evening, May 16, at Lone Rock and Thursday evening, May 16 at Seneca. Baccalaureate services were held at all three schools on Sunday evening, May 13. The Rev. C. C. Callahan spoke at Fenton. the Rev. C. E. Nordine at Lone Rock and the Rev. Harlan Blockhus at Seneca. SEE For Expert . . . WATCH REPAIRING Earl Peitersen Graduate Watch Maker FENTON, IOWA THOMAS 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 RIN6STED 21001 21006 20216 BIG 9.1 Westingh COMPARE with other makes selling Ior s 239£« ONLY *199.95 Special limited time offer of new model I COMPARE FEATURI BY FEATURE WITH OTHER REFRIGERATORS COSTIHC $40 MORE! * Big 39-lb. Full-Width Freezer * 14-lb. Cold Storage Tray * Pull-Width Vegetable Humidrawer* * Putter Chest in Door * 2 Shelves in Door hold 34 Eggs * Cabinet only 28* wide ||0iflpff \f/S9TiNGHOUSS WHERE ua THINGS AHS HAPPENING FOR vovt Iowa Electric Light & Power Co Gerald Reimers Alice Geitienauer James Petti Yvonne Botchard Ivan Weisbrod S William Jolley FENTON PROUDLY PRESENTS THE 1956 SENIOR CLASS We, Your Fenton Business Firms, Congratulate You On Completion of Your High School Course and Wish You Every Success In The Future That Awaits You. Fine Seniors In A Fine Town Duncan Produce Chicks — Equipment - Welp's Feeds Good Health! Good Luck! Fenton Co-Operative Creamery Best Withe* From Dick's Meat & Grocery Growing With Fentonl Fenton Co-Op Elevator Congratulations From Weisbrod's D-X Service To Your Future Schulte's Recreation To The Class of 1956 Hudson's Barber Shop E. K. Johnson livestock Buyer - Mor Gro Fertiliter Happy Highways Hansen's Standard Serv. The Best of Everything To You! McFall & Rusch Frank McFall Wendell Rusch Jorgenson's Cold Storage Lockers Congratulates You A Good Job, Well Done! Zuntach's Cafe The Home of Dairy Sweet A Successful and Happy Future Stoeber Hardware Ray and Wilfred May You Have Smooth Sailing! B & W Chevrolet A Hearty Congratulations From Thompson Yards Another Fine Fenton Class Don's Service Company Sharon Wichtendahl (**>*»' Eugene Lieb ""'T" Building For A Better Future Hontelmon Bldg. Service Drs. Write & Votteler Veterinarians — Fenton Nelda Meyer Wayne Gross Richard Potratz John Fuhr Always A Fenton High Booster Friendly Tavern Earl Peitersen Hats Off to the Senior Class! Priebe's Jack Sprat Store DeKalb Seed Corn 1$ Tops — So Are Youl Homer Matthiesen Congratulations From Fenton Drug Co. Pcrtil Eigler Sincerest Congratulations Bailey's Store Congratulations From The Fenton Theatre Compliments of Weisbrod Implement My Best To You All Dr. W. W. Jolley, D.O. To The Best Crop In '56 Petersen Furniture Fenton, Iowa THE YOUNS PiOPlE OF A COMMUNITY ARE ITS FINEST PRODUCT - CONGRATULATIONS! FIRST TRUST & SAVINGS BANK $ ^???¥?Pie3 g § ft ft i o I ft ft ,O ARMSTRONG * FENTON, IOWA § *$yyflg«*?fttt^^

What members have found on this page

Get access to Newspapers.com

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 8,900+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free