Dr. Ruske At S. U. I. Conference ifentiw ftepovteir Dental Alumni of the State University of Iowa attending the 39lh annual conference of the croup held brief reunions before sessions started Friday. ,„,„,, Pictured here are: (left to right) Dr. R. T. Evans, Brill; Dr. Glen Patterson, and Mrs Patterson, Eagle Grove; Dr. W. E. Coon, Estherville; and Dr. E. W. Rusk. Fenton. Fenlon junior PSay Slated Fenton — winch Tlu> Junior has hnd to be Class postponed several limes, is to be presented this Wednesday evening. Nov. 14. "Deadly Earnest" is a three ;>cl comedy. Mrs Roger Walker is directing the play. Roger Dreysr was host to the Fenton Prngressors 4-11 Cii.u. Thursday evening. Nov. 8. Among those present were Bob Johnson of Algona, Dr. and Mrs Vincent Votteler and Mr and Mrs Ervin Borchardt and boys. Dr. Votteler is the lender «nd Mr B.trchardl is assistant leader of the club. Officers installed for t.h" coming Club year were President, Ro^ia 1 Dreyer; vice president. Billy Jentz; secretary and treasurer, Norman Bollinger; Reporter, Terry Waite. The Club is making plans to entertain the Fenton 4-H Girl's Club in December. Lunch was served by Mrs Dreyer. were Inst week Monday over night guests in the William Hantelman home. They were enrouto to their home at Morristown. Minn, after visiting relatives at Alia, Iowa. The Fenton Seniors attended Career Day held at LuVerne Monday of last week. Mrs J. F. Bcckley, principal, accompanied the group. Sunday dinner and supper guests in the Elmer Krause home were Mr and Mrs Gerhnrt Krause and family of Kanawha, Miss Donna Tessdahl of Eagle Grove. Mr and Mrs Ed Philips and clim- ghtcrs Moines Krause Rita and Julia of and Mr and Mrs and family. Des Ervin Mrs Fred Mortensen. Kalhy and Doris Jean spent last Sunday visiting in the home of Mrs Josephine Woodwick at Rake, Iowa. Mrs George Peril of Graeltinger and Mrs Walter Pcrtl were co- ' hostesses at a surprise birthday party Monday afternoon honoring Mrs Adolph Perth Entertainment for the afternoon was 500 with four tables in play. Mrs Sophie Bleckwenn won high score, Mrs Charles Theesfield had low score and Mrs Alex Radig won travel. Lunch was served at the close of the afternoon by the hostesses. The honoree received many lovely gifts. Mr and Mrs E. K. Johnson spent this past weekend with the Forrest Hannifan family at Dysart, Iowa. The Fenton Township Homemakers will meet this Friday afternoon, November Iti in the home of Mrs Mai tin H-.mk'limm with Mrj Ed Bruhn asskuim; hostess. A lesson will be presented on freezing foods. Mr and Mrs E. J. Frank spsm last weekend at the home of their daughter and.family, Mr and Mrs Howard Rabey at Cedar Falls where they observed their 4fKh wedding anniversary. Miss Genevieve Newel of Chicago was also a hou.ie guest in the Rabey home. LaVonne Cody, daughter of Mr and Mis Anier Cody of Fenton i. 1 a iru mbr-r ol' the Auyujlana Academy girls' quartet. The quartcl participated in the program ol the recent 195<) Horn worn ing festivities, at the campus. Mr and Mrs W. B. Schmidtke 2 Circles Meet At Fenton Fenlcn — The Bertha Circle of the W.S.C.S. met Thursday afternoon with Mrs R. F. Laabs, Mrs Everett Hartman co-hostess. Mrs Eugene Huskamp was in charge of the devotions and also reported on "A Day Apart" which she attended at Humboldt, Oct. 30. Mrs Clayton Ditsworlh presented the lesson. The Gladys Circle met with Mrs Elwin Schlei with Mrs Roy Chrischilles assisting hostess. 17 members \yere present. Mrs Charles Wcisbrod had the devotions and Mrs Floyd Duncan presented the lesson. Mrs Eugene Huskamp reported on "A Day Apart." Mrs Harvey Walker and Mr? Marold Schlei were guests. Many Attend Weisbrod Rites Fenton — Out-of-town relatives and friends attending the services last Saturday afternoon for Donald W. Wcisbrod were Mr and Mrs Layton Behne, Charles and David of Wichita, Kansas, Mr and Mrs R. M. Chestnutwood and Donnie of Winterset. Mr and Mrs K. O. Berke of Fort Worth, Texas. Mr and Mrs Hugo Denker of Lester, Florence Weisbrod of Des Moines. Mr and Mrs Harvey Thomas of Green Mountain. Mr and Mrs Clarence Stansberry of Moulton, Mr and Mrs Elclon Taylor of Des Moines, Mrs John Junas of Aurora, 111., Mr <md Mrs Paul Dieran and Walda Denker of Lester. Harry Chest- nutwood and Calla Jackson of DeSotu, Mrs Mabel Eyerly of Wintersel., Mr and Mrs Harrj Chestnutwood Jr. of Adel and relatives and friends from Burt. Algona and Ri nested. Pallbearers at the funeral were Arlo Ranney, Amos Finne.stad, W. E. Laage, Harold Dreyer, James Gniy of Estherville and Albert Willrett of Algona. Former Seneca Resident Dies Seneca—Several Senccans attended last funeral rites for Geo. Rinderknecht, a former Senecan, held at Spencer at the Bethany Lutheran church recently. George Rinderknecht was born March 1, 1H90 at Van liarne, la. When he had finished school he engaged in farming. For several years he and his two brothers formed together in Seneca. On Feb. 24, 1!)14. he married Bertha Sorum of Seneca. They made their home at Ringsted where Mr Rinderknecht. soon went into the real estate and insurance business. He also served as auctioneer out of Ringsted for some 37 years. In 1951 they moved to Spencer where Mr Rinderknecht opened a real estate business. The past two years Mr Rinderknecht lived in retirement due to ill health. He passed away very suddenly and unexpectedly of a heart attack on Oct. 23. He leaves to mourn his passing, his wife Bertha Sorum Rinderknecht of Spencer, also three brothers, Martin of Vinton, Henry of Keystone, Minn.; and Chris ot Fairmont. He leaves three sisters, Mrs Katy Hoppel of Vinton, Mrs Carl Wieditz, also of Vinton and Mrs Emma Wieditz of Cedar Rapids. Former Fenton Girl To Wed Election of officers was held, with Mrs B. G. Berkeland elected to serve as president of the circle, Mrs William DeWall as secretary and Mrs Ernest Berkland as treasurer. Education Week This week,-November 11 to 17 has been set aside as American .-uiicanon Week. The Sentral Jonimunity School Board oi Education is sponsoring a contest in the first six grades of each if the Sentral Schools, (Fenton- Lone Rock and Seneca) for attendance of visitors. The grades in each of the three schools which have the largest percent of either mothers or fathers visit school during this week will receive a prize. St. John's Aid Elects St. John Lutheran Ladies Aid met Wednesday, Nov. 7 at the church parlors with hostesses, Mr' Mr and Mrs Clifford Mueller of Stanley, Wis. announce the engagement of their daughter, Barbara Ann, above, to Mr Joe Stuttgcn, son of Mr and Mrs S. Stuttgen of Stanley. Barbara formerly attended Fenton high school. Levees border the Mississippi River from New Orleans to Cairo, 111. Brownie Scouts Hold Election Fenion — The second meeting of the newly organized Brownie Scout Troop No. 4 was held Tuesday in the Community Center, Officers elected for the this new troop are Susan Theesfield as secretary and treasurer; Rands Hanson, Historian: Doris Jean Mortensen is the leader for the Troop, assisted by student leaders. Ruth Miller and.. Karen Hainz- ingor. The group discussed the importance of Thanksgiving and what it means to us. Lunch was served by the loader, Doris Jean Mortensen. The present members of the troop are Janelle Bailey. Ranee Douglas, Randa Hansen, Jennifer Struecker, Mary Emilie Meinke, Kathryn Ditsworlh, Patricia Luedtke nnd Susan Theesfield. New members are welcome. Thursday, Nov. 15 — Independence Mixers; Helen Circle of the W.S.C.S. Friday, Nov. 16 — Ellen Circle of the W.S.C.S.; Lutefisk Supper at Seneca Lutheran church. George Jentz, Mrs Walter Jentz and Mrs Art Hengel. Mrs Olaf Norland reported on the meeting of the Home Finding Society Auxiliary held at Fort Dodge, Mrs Ervin Borchardt and Mrs Lolyd Kern on the Woman's Missionary League meeting held at Algona. The following officers were elected for the new year. President, Mrs Victor SVrueckev; vice president, Mi's Harold Eimers; Secretary, Mrs Martin Ohm and treasurer, Mrs Donald Berkland. Mr end M« Henry Wllbet-g, Vernon and Dennis, Mr and Mrs Kenneth Halverson. Merle and Barbara were among the many quests for supper and the evening Saturday at the Tlenry Froehling home in Emmetsburg. The occasion honored relatives . who were visiting here from Ottawa. 111. T^y&&y&&a®^^ home grind your own food of less cost. 50% foster t Fenton Girl In Pediatric Course Miss Venita Eimers, daughter of Mr and Mrs William Eimers of Fenton, la. has concluded her Pediatric course of three months at the Milwaukee Children's hospital in Wisconsin. 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The group packed Christmas boxes for Rev. and Mrs Robert Johnson in Tanganyka, Africa and for the Rev. and Mrs Gerhart Vorland, missionaries in Japan. Ct«»** C o* te DEHL NOTARY SEALS made to order at Upper Des Moines Pub. o., phone 1100, Algonu. 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 RINGSTED 23 21001 21006 20216 WEISBROD IMPLEMENT - Fenton O}3ttga!C83O!CCeaM^ff^^ TROt >p »• »10 dry)** W •• IH-A-OOOt Stoeber Hardware Fenton, la. FENTON - SATURDAY, NOV. 17 FENTON BUSINESS and PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY J. Wallace Smith Agent General Insurance THE FRIENDLY TAVERN Invites You To Fenton WEISBROD Implement Company JOHN DEERE DEALER Bus. Phone 3 Res. Phone 60 HANTELMAN BUILDING SERVICE 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. 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