The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 22, 1956 · Page 14
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MiS. AHOETH HAIVERSON N«wt tdftdr $ ifentan May 22, 1956 Published By The Upper t)e« Mdinet Publishing Co., Algona, Iowa Fenton Eighth Graders Get Diplomas May 11 Fenlon—The eighth grade graduation service of Immanuel Lutheran school of Lotts Creek, St. John Lutheran school of Fenton and St. Paul Lutheran school of Whittemore was held Friday evening, May 11, at 8 p.m. at St. Paul Lutheran church in Whittemore. The Scripture lesson was given by Rev. P. G. Weinhold, the welcome by Darrell Wichtendahl, the response by Mary Rossiter and the farewell by Ann Vaudt. The Rev. H. J. Witzgall of Ft. Dodge delivered the graduation sermon, and musical numbers were presented. G. Wolter, principal of Immanuel Lutheran school, presented the graduates with their diplomas. Poppy Day May 46 Everyone in Fenton is urged to wear a poppy in tribute to America's war dead next Saturday, May 26th, which has been de\ signaled as Poppy Day for 1956. Honor the war dead by wearing the American Legion Auxiliary Veteran - made Memorial Poppy. The Junior Auxiliary members and assistants will sell Poppies. Answer your door when they call and buy a Poppy. The Fenlon Woman's Club mei in the home of Mrs J. A. Schwartz with Mrs William Weisbrod as co-hostess, Tuesday, May SPECIAL PURCHASE SALE Due To Corn-Planting THIS SPECIAL PRICE EXTENDED TO MAY 31 « 14-T GRADE BALE TWINE PER BALE OF TWO This Is Guaranteed Knotless Uniform Twine, and Guaranteed to work in all makes of twine-tying machines. It is packaged exclusively for John Deere dealers and that's why we can make this low price. • ABOVE AVERAGE STRENGTH • FULL FOOTAGE • MADE FROM TOP GRADED FIBER • EFFECTIVELY TREATED AGAINST RODENTS AND INSECTS, MILDEW AND ROT • CAREFULLY WOUND TO ASSURE UNWINDING WITHOUT KINKING OR TANGLING. Weisbrod Implement FENTON • So Much Beauty at So Little Cost OO Ktgvlar Colon _ Deep Co/or« GAL. *"«''''*' H '8 |l<r *5 S^ the washable LATEX wall paint Colors at their loveliest! That's what you get with Super Kern-Tone. It gives your walls a nch-as- velvet look in any of a wide variety of lovely colors. f SPRING PAIN1^|i ,, ;•.-•" •-.. v-C^:;i: %* P E * ' ^ \/ from PAINT "•^-*^^^-" HEADQUARTERS i Top Quality $499 Five Foot VALUE STEP LADDER *3 59 Stoeber Hardware OUR OWN HARDWARE ' 8. This was the last meeting of the club year. The president. Mrs C. R. Ditsworth, opened the meeting by having the members recite the Club.Collett in unison. A short business meeting followed. Mrs W. E. Laage and Mrs Sarah Weisbrod had charge of the program. Mrs Laage presented an interesting paper on two holidays celebrated in May, Mother's Day and Memorial Day. She told about their origin, and many interesting facts and events concerning them. Mrs Sarah Weisbrod conducted a flower and plant quiz. The Slakjer W. M. F. met Thursday afternoon, May 17, with hostesses Mrs Sig Loge and Mrs Henry Jensen. The lesson was presented by Mrs Peter Thorson and Mrs Herman GcilenfeJd presented a program on life membership and in memorian. Mr and Mrs M. P. Nemitz attended church and baptismal services Sunday at the Lutheran church in Burt. Theodore Edward, infant son of Mr and Mrs Gerald Meyer was baptized. Sponsors were Mrs Nemitz and Fred Schneider. Mr and Mrs Wilfred Stoeber and Janice were guests at a birthday party last Sunday afternoon at the Arthur E. Anderson home. Mr and Mrs Henry Wichlen- dahl and Mr and Mrs George Meyers of Whittemore were last Sunday guests in the Otto Wichtendahl home. The Fenton Township Homemakers met Friday, May 18 with Mrs William Hantelman. A lesson presented on health hygeine and artificial respiration. Betty Cody, a freshman at Augustana College in Sioux Falls, So. Dak. has been chosen as a member of the college Phi Rho Beta Society. The organization accepted seven new members this second semester. Betty is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Amer Cody of Fenton. The Algona Circuit Lutheran Woman's Missionary League was held at Burt Wednesday. A number of the members of St Luke's at Fairville, Immanuel of Lotts Creek and St. John Lutheran of Fenton were in attendance. Mr and Mrs W. B. Schmidtke of Morristown, Minn, spent the weekend in the William Hantelman home. They came Friday to attend the 8th grade graduation exercises. Susan Hantelman was a member of the class. Mr and Mrs Wilfred Stoeber and Wayne attended the wedding and reception of Lavon Peterson and Richard McNicl Saturday evening at the Swca City Baptist church. The bride's father, Vernon Peterson, is a cousin of Mrs Stoeber. Coming Events Ellen Dorothea Ruth Cir- Wednesday, May 23 Circle of the WSCS. Thursday, May 24 — Circle of the WSCS; cle of the WSCS. Friday and Saturday, May 25 and 26—Annual Auxiliary Plant sale. Saturday, May 26—Poppy Day Wednesday, May 30, — Memorial Day services. Recent Grad Takes Position, Fenton Bank Sharon Wichtendahl Gets Fenton Citizenship Award Fenton —Sharon Wichtendahl was awarded the Citizenship Award Tuesday evening at the Commencement exercises for the Fenton senior class. . Wayne Gross was named Valedictorian of his class and Eugene Lieb, Salutatorian. Joyce Voigt played the Commencement March. Rev. C. C. Callahan gave the Invocation at the commencement. The double mixed quartette sang: Dr. Sidney A. Rand, president of Waldorf College, Forest City, gave the address; and the saxaphone trio played. Presentation of the grade diplomas was made by Mrs Jess Halverson. Members of the 8th LuVerne Man Weds Ft. Dodge Girl, May 11 LuVeme—Friday evening. May 11, at 9 p.m. in the First Conven- r raiiK v^urmun, L<aie naiuiuvcj, *" Barbara Halverson, Merle Hal-' ant parsonage in Fort Dodge, Dar- grade class are: Mark Bleckwenn, barrel Berkland, Penny Boevers, Frank Cannon, Dale Hannover, verson, Rebecca Householder, Donald Knudson, Judy Juhl, Stephen Stoeber, Judy Voigt, Judy Wiener and Gary Widdel. L. A. Newbrough, president of the board of education, presented the diplomas to the gradual ing class. Baccalaureate services for the senior class were held Sunday evening, May 13, with Rev. C. C. Callahan giving the sermon. The girls sexette sang and the Brass quartet played. New Officers For Fenton Homemaker Club Yvonne Borchardl Yvonne Borchardl, a 1956 graduate of Ihe Fenton High School, began new duties Monday, May 14, in the First Trust & Savings Bank at Fenton, Yvonne completed a high school course in commercial business. She is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Otto J. Borchardi. Fenlon — The Independent". 1 Mixers Homemakers Club met in the township hall May 17 with 16 women attending. Mrs C. L. Underwood was the hostess. T h c nominating committee named the following to serve as officers for the new club year. Mrs Ernest Vottelor, president; Mrs Ed Sol berg, vice president- Mrs Bcrtel Berkekmd. publicity; Mr.s William Weiner, Secretary- treasurer; Mrs Ruben Berkland, conservation; Mrs Donald Root, scholarship; Mrs Earl I.ul'kin, library chairman; Mrs Everett Ilartman. world Trade. It was voted the ciub assume responsibility Cor the lunch M tho local 4-H achievement show. A committee was named In set up the booth at the county fair. They are Mrs Robert Krausc, Mr.s Clarence Wegener and Mr.s iJerte'. Berkeland. Mrs Ruben Berkland, Mrs Dniuild Root. Mrs Everett liftman, Mrs Rc'bi'it Sclnitt, Mrs Tea Nelson and Mrs G. Jeii.svold attended the county meeting May i on selection and care of annuals and perennials. Reports were Riven by Mrs Clarence Arbn»ast, school Hum man, Mrs Hubert Krause, libiary chairman and Mrs Ru!x-n licrk- iand. conservation chairman. The legislative chairman urged everyone to gel out and vote June 4. "Your vote is your voice, let U be iie:-ii d.'' Our pennies fni' friendship c'.">i- lection amounted to 71c. Mr.s Carl Beck was in charge (,'. ren- crealiou. The next meeting will be the Farm Bureau pcmc June '> ai 1:2:30 p.m. at the lov. iishjp hall. Briny covered dish, uessei t ana sandwiches and dishes fur you;own family. Mrs W. W. Jolley will present her students in a dam-r recital Wednesday evening May 'Si i-.\ !i p.m. at the Fenton sch.i-jl ,n> m Students participating an- tiom Fenton. Bancrolt, Rin- in!. Ein- Mirt.-'bur;-; and SWIM City. SAND Vandal* ri.x'enuy ruiiK-.l Iht_- :r,i,t,,r .>! an auti'ir.ubilt.- .iwni'it bv Wiliiain X»> ion. Cedar County aUvrney, at Tipton. The sand v/:,-. rt. .'iri'd MI !hr."i"b H'.f <•••! Lone Rock Queen Donna Blanchard has been elected by the band of the Lone Rock school to compete for. the title of Miss North Iowa. Miss Blanchard, a junior, is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Don Blanchard of Lone Rock. Her father is principal of Lone Rock high school. She is active in band and vocal music, piano and church choir work. She was in the junior class play, is a school cheerleader, plays baskctoall and is on the annual staff. She plans to teach after attending college at State Teachers College, Cedar Falls. Legion Auxiliary Met The Legion Auxiliary held their May meeting with Mrs Don St'^nhcrger. The Auxiliary completed their plans for their annual plant and flower sale which will be held Friday and Saturday May 25 and 26 at the Fenton Community Center. The Junior Auxiliary members and their assistants will be selling Poppies on Saturday, May 26. The Auxiliary made their plans for assisting the Legion in the Memorial Day services which will be held at the Fenton park. Five dollars was given in gifts to the Hospital Carnivals and five dollars was sent to the Mental Health Institute at Clarinda. The Auxiliary is gathering good used clothing for Woodward. Anyone wishing to contribute to this may contact Mrs Ed Bruhn. Mrs Waldmar Laage reported on the Legislative Bulletin. a lesson on health. Mrs Henry Schroe'der had charge of entertainment. The next meeting will be the September Tea to be held in the home of Mrs Ed Priq.be. Idealists May Meeting The May meeting of the Independence Idealists was held in the home of Lois and Arlet Berkland. Assisting hostess was Verdene Voster. Thirteen members answered roll call. : The picture study contest was held at the meeting. In the senior group, Vergene Norland, Judy Weiner, v and Phyllis Jaeobsen had perfect score. In the junior group, Teresa Bleckwenn, Arlet Berkland, Janice Priebe, Linda Brown, and Sue Moore had a perfect score. The better grooming contest was also held at the meeting. The better groomed girls were Janice Jacobson of the senior group and Judy Weiner of the junior group. Judges for the Contest were Mrs Herman Norland and Mrs Alta Juhl of Cylinder. Judy Bratrud of Ringsted was a visitor at the meeting. The Mabel Circle of the WSCS held their May meeting in the home of Mrs R'oy Klein with Mrs Caleb Hartshorn assisting hostess. Mrs Dale Weisbrod was in charge of the devotional period She read 'Goals for the WSCS Members.' Mrs Carrie Voigt presented a lesson on Mary Magdalene. Evangelist E. Scoivald will be spgaking at St. John's Lutheran ckM'r,ch at Depevv Tuesday evening through Friday evening of this week. Everyone is welcome to attend these meetings. Mr and Mrs Ruben Larson and family of Armstrong and Mr and Mrs Kenneth Halverson and family were Friday evening dinner guests in the Henry Wilbcrg home. Mrs Don Sieinberger and SOP Jimmy were Tuesday afternoon guests at a birthday party at the Harlan Askcland home in Estherville. The party honored Danny Askeland. Donald Priebe recently spent several days with his parents, Mr and Mrs Ray Priebe. Donald has recently been stationed in Hawaii, and was enroute from the west coast to Maryland where he will now be stationed. Dr. John Waile returned home Sunday after being hospitalized ten days following a heart attack Ed Priebe who has been hospitalized at the Emmetsburg hospital, returned home Saturday. Mr and Mrs Ed Reimers entertained the following after the Commencement Exercises Tuesday evening, Mr and Mrs L. E. Holmes, D. D. Holmes, Donna Holmes, Mrs Harold Frederick and Mrs Margaret Smith of Livermore, Mr and Mrs Harold Reimers and family of Algona, VIr and Mrs Donald Reimers, Mr and Mrs Howard Batt and Mrs VIerwyn Cunningham of Burt and VIrs Francis Ware of Estherville. Mr and Mrs S. E. Straley and Audra Kae were Sunday afternoon visitors in the Sylvester Brace home at LuVerne. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Halverson, Merle and Barbara were Sunday visitors in the Omcal Nelson home at Humboldt. Mrs Willa McDonald and boys and Bruce Doerfeldt of Ames spent Sunday in the J. F. Beckley home. Audra Kae Straley of Fairmont spent the weekend in the parental S. E. Straley home. Memorial Day services will be held at the Fenton park on Wednesday, May 30 at 9:30 a.m. In case of rain the program will be held at the Fenton community center. The speaker for the program will be Rev. Warren of Ringsted. lene Patterson "-.d Gerald McClellan were united in marriage by Rev. L. D. Anderson. The bride is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Floyd Patterson of Fort Dodge and the groom is the son of Mr and Mrs C. O. McClellan of LuVerne. The bride wore a blue and white suit with white accessories and her corsage was pink carnations. The bridesmaid was Jance Meyer of-Fort Dodge. Attending the groom was his friend, Myron Hinz of LuVerne. Mrs McClellan was graduated from Fort Dodge high school with the January, 1956, class. Mr McClellan was a LuVerne graduate, class of 1947, spent four years in the U. S. Navy and has been farming for the- past two years. After a weekend spent in Minnesota, they are at home where the groom is farming. Attending the wedding from LuVerne were Mrs C. O. McClellan, Mi's Eldofi Marty, Mr and Mrs Ilarold Meyer, Mr and Mrs Leonard Wilson; BULL A Brown'Swiss bull gave Tony Troest'er, of Clayton, a total of seven broken ribs as he was trying to load the 1660 pound animal. A stanchion gave Mr Troea- ter enough protection to save his life. NEED PRINTING? GOOD work at fair prices at the- Upper Des Moines Pub. Co., Algona. IF IT'S NEWS — WE WANT IT ...for all your needs Fenton Homemakers Mel The Fenton Township Homemakers met Friday afternoon with Mrs William Hantelman with Mrs Claire Bollingcr assisting hoslcs-. Roll call was 'Safety Precautions Taken In My Home', answered by 10 members and one guest. Plans were made for the family picnic to be held July 1:-, :.t the Fenton Park, at 6 p.m. Everyone i-. welcome to attend. Tl.e llo:i-ieii!,iker.-. will take part in the Gel-out-to vote campaign for the June Primary. Mrs RonuM Christcnsen dem- •.nstiated ;<rlii'icial respiration and Mrs Gerald Radig presented SKUNK A rabid skunk attacked and killed three cats, and bit a dog, on the Ruel Headington farm near Decorah recently. Mr Headington shot the animal. THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL Fenton, Iowa Experienced Embalmers and Funeral Directors Reliable 24 Hour Ambulance Service Funerals May Be Referred To Us With Confidence Phone FENTQN 23 RINGSTED 21001 21006 20216 We're ready ai all times to help every member of this community with loans for all needs, savings plans and -\11 bank services. May we assist you too, soon? Savings Are Important For Your Future! And, important to local progress! This helps us make loans to responsible borrowers, building soundly in this community for your 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 recepil. Open a convenient checking account/ here ! First Trust & Savings Bank - Fenton and Armstrong, Iowa *t HI & I S^YO U i You need MILK... FENTON BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY GENERAL INSURANCE J. WALLACE SMITH Agent WEISBROD Implement Company JOHN DEERE DEALER Buv Phone 3 Ke*. 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, 1A. The FRIENDLY TAVERN Invites You AT FENTON YOU NEVER OUTGROW FOR MILK Y OU'LL LOOK BETTER, feel better, actually be better when you drink enough milk, Adequate intake of milk does four wonderful things for you— makes yn;i slcc/> better . . , eases nervous tension . . . end? calcium starvation . . . anil builds strength, not fat! Drink at lease three glasses everyday. It's the healthiest habit you can have. Fenton Co-Op. Creamery "A Good Creamery In A Good Town" Fenton, Icwa McFALL & RUSCH PLUMBING - HEATING WIRING "We Sell, Install or Service" FURNACES, WELL SYSTEMS, PLUMBING and ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES -- BOTTLE GAS SERVICE PHONE 120 or 111 * FENTON BALER TWINE AT SPECIAL PRICES And A Choice of 3 Quality Twines MAPLE-LEAF GERM-IN CASPER Let Us Take Care of Your Twine Needs Now Fenton Co-op Elevator

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