The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 27, 1956 · Page 13
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 13

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, November 27, 1956
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Mil. ARDITH HALVHSON N«wl Editor November 27, 1956 ty fl G'*> ttei M0in$« 76% Parental Visits During Am. Ed. Week More than 76% of the students in the first six grades of the SENTRAL COMMUNITY SCHOOLS were honored by the presence of a parent ' VISITING SCHOOL during American Education Week, which just closed. grades had 100% in the final ratings. The Fifth and Sixth grades at Lone Rock, and the Fifth grade at Fenton. had perfect attendance ratings. More than eighty three (83.2) per cent of the Lone Rock students, nearly eighty three per cent (82.8) of the Fenton students, and fift^ three per cent of the Seneca students had"' parental visitors dur- GET TO KNOW THIS MAN SEE J. Wallace Smith FOR INSURANCE YOUR INDEPENDENT PROFESSIONAL 1 INSURANCI AGENT WHEN YOU BUY INSURANCE You save money by choos^ ing an insurance program designed to fit your special needs. As an independent agent, we represent several companies, which makes It possible for us to give you that program. Our personal service is your guarantee of prompt, fair settlement of all claims. IOWA HARDWARE MUTUAL Office Over Fenlon P. O. Floyd Duncan, 6ffice Mgr. J. WALLACE SMITH INSURANCE Phone 2 — Insurance Office Phone 22 — Bank FENTON, IOWA liig the week. The exact figure for all the schools combined was 76.3%. The final ratings for all grades in their respective schools wert as follows: At Lone Rock Sixth— 100%, Fifth—100%, Second—90 %, Third—87%, Kindergarten—79%, First—73%, and Fourth—07%. AI Fenton Fifth—100%, First — 95.%, Third—1)0%, Second— 85%, Fourth—79%, Kindergarten—73% and Sixth—53%. At Seneca — 00%, Fifth—GO%, First — 58%, Tnird—5b%, Kindergarten—53%, fourth—37%, and faixth 37%. The Lone Rock Fifth and Sixth grades, the Seneca Second and Filth, and Fenton Fifth grade qualified for the prizes ottered by the Board of Education for the first places in the respective schools. P.T.A. To Hear Talk, Dec. 4, On Special Education t'enton—Donald Potter of Algona, director of special education for Kossuth, Hancock, and Winnebago counties will be the guest speaker at the December meeting of the Fenlon PTA, which will be held on next Monday evening, Dec. 3rd. Mr and Mrs Gerald Gochenour, Mr and Mrs Donald Gross and Mr and Mrs Elmer Greinert are serving on the program committee. Serving refreshments will be chairman, Mrs Fred Frink and her committee, Mesdames Wayne Drone, Scott DeSart, Eldbn Duncan, Harold Eimers, Lloyd Finnestad, Virgil Finnestad, Amos Finnestad, Fritz Freyholtz, Carl Fuoss, Delbert Geitzeiiauer, Paul Eigler, Lyle Weisbrod and Duane Widdel. John Deere Day Show On Dec. 5 Fenlon — Wednesday of next week, Dec. 5, the annual John Deere Day program will be offered free by Weisbrod Implement Co. The program at ihe Fenton Theatre will start at 1:15 p.m. Tickets can be obtained without charge from Weisbrod Implement. Following the program, refreshments will be served at the implement store. Full details of ihe program will be found in an ad else• where on this Fenton Reporter page. This event annually is one that draws a good crowd and presents entertainment as well as a peek into the 1957 field of farming. *V~V~ I;--. ; __, V . .. • ; ^ Heaven ' ', y' •'." * r • i Betsy' With an Outstanding Cast of Hollywood Players It's Gay! It's Exciting! It's Colorful! The whole family will enjoy this delight* ful picture, specially filmed for our John Deere Day audience. It's the story of the Roper family-who are just like the folks next door-and the mixture of hilarity, anxiety, and suspense they experience when Mrs. Roper becomes a candidate for the Mother of the Year. Pop, mom, sister and brother will each find a personal hero in this down-to-earth story, for all members of the cast contribute their share to the entertainment, PIUS * A New TOM GORDON Hit * "Oddities in Farming" * "Making Tractor History" AND "What's New for i957", . ^^^^^^^•Bgjfl^^^H ^^^^^^^^•ffiSER^^^^H fit IE WednesX- Dee. 5 ^F $& Place - Fenton Theatre - 1:15 P. M. li; ,., I.',.-'-'- '•-••'. .' -y.our tickets *or need '<i)o " v 'tie sure lo aik us foi 'he Australia Topic AtFenton Club Meeting Fenlon—The Town and Country Woman's Club met in thf home of Mrs George Jorgensor Jr. with Mfg. William" Hantelmari assisting hostess. Members answered roll call with a favorite quotation. 4 The program, 'Travel to Australia' was presentee! very interestingly by Mrs Eugene Huskamp and Mrs J. Wallace Smith. The Uub is sponsoring another Browhie troop under the leadership of Miss Doris Jean Mortenson. $12.90 worth of towels were bought to aid the blind Women of Iowa. The following contribu tions were made: $2 to the TE fuiid; SlO to the dlrl Scouts and $10.50 to State Federation projects. A delicious lunch was served a1 the close of the meeting. Mrs Frank Hostess The Helen Circle of the WSCS met in the 'home of Mrs E. J. Frank for their November meeting with Mrs Harry Haase assisting hostess. Fourteen members answered roll call. Mrs J. F. Beckley was a circle guest. Mrs Lester Weisbrod was in charge of the devotional period and Mrs Wan-en Jones presented the lesson on 'Education For a Changing World'. Mr and Mrs Gene Stevenson and son Ricky of Knoxville, la. were last Saturday evening guests in the Dick Underwood home. Mr Stevenson and Mr Underwood were friends in the armed services. , , •. Sharon Eigler, who is taking nurses training at, Rochester, Minn, visited from Saturday Wednesday in the parental, Paul Eigler home. Mr and Mrs Beriel Berkeland spent Sunday with their daughter lola at Kanawha. lola is teaching . in the public school' at Kanawha. Mr and Mrs Henry Tiernan, Mr and Mrs W. R. Wolfe of Fenton, Mr and Mrs Frank Dreyer and family of Lone Rock and Mr. and Mrs Jack Tieman and, Tercy- ot Burt were dinner guests Thanksgiving Day in the Art Tietz home at LaKota. Wayne Alderson is one of 17 persons in Iowa to win a Winegard TV antenna in a contest. He entered through' the Fenton Drii{ here. Thanksgiving Day dinner guests in the Elmer Grienert home wore Mr and Mrs James Dodds and family, Mr and Mrs Melvin Alt and family and Mr and Mrs William Dodas and family and Mr and Mrs Claude Seely and family all of AJ^ona. Mrs Amanda Kern spent this last week visiting with the Dean NeUis family at Fort Dodge and with the Jay Woods at Jefferson. Mr and Mrs Gerald Gochenour and family were among the Thanksgiving Day dinner guests in the Clifford Stevenson home at Humboldt. Mr and Mrs Dale Weisbrod entertained at dinner Thanksgiving Day, Mr and Mrs Art Voigi, Mi and Mrs Charles Weisbrod, Mr and Mrs Derwpod Voigt and David of Swea City and Mr and Mrs Dale Voigt, Mark and Ludnda. , Mr and Mrs Raymond Stoeber and Mr and Mrs Wilfred Stoeber, Janice and Wayne were Thanksgiving Day dinner guests of Mr and Mrs 4- Wallace Smith. Thanksgiving Day dinner guests irj the J. A. Scnwartz tiuiue wt'iv Mr and Mrs J. W. Schwartz of Ames, Mr and Mrs Bob Scnwam and Roberta of Swea City and Edith Laage. Thanksgiving Day dinner guests in the Marold Schlei home were Mr and Mrs Edwin Josten, Mr and Mrs Melvin Schlei and sons. : Douglas and Jeffrey, all ol KJeinme, Miss Marcilla Jos\en pt Fort Dodge, Mr and Mrs Elwin Schlei and girls and Mr and Mrs Ed Schlei of Fenton. . , Mr and Mrs Jacque Otto and family were last weekend gues'ts in the parental Henry Schulte home. The Schulte family enjoyed an early Thanksgiving dinner held on Sunday, and other guests were Mr and Mrs Howard Schulte and family. / Mr and Mrs Howard Biersted.1 of Lone Rock have received the announcement of the marriage oi Mrs Bierstedt's brother, William A. ,Muir of Sacramento, Calif, to Janice Gilstrap also of Sacra : mento. William Miur is the son of Mr and Mrs Alfred Muir, former residents of the Fenton locality. Mr and Mrs Marold Schlei attended the alumni banquet Friday night at Titonka. Mr and Mrs Jim Preston and Twila of Swea City were calj- ers in the Dick Underwood home- last Sunday evening. Thanksgiving Day guests in the home of Dr. and Mrs E W. Ruske were Mr and Mrs JJrvin Olson and Bill arid Julie Ann and Mrs Luu Ann Olson of Spencer and Mrs Walter Ohm of Van Nuys, Calif. Kaye and Lynn Ruske also spirit the Thanksgiving Holidays with their parents. Mr and Mrs E. K. Johnson, Mr and Mrs Kenneth Johnson and juniUy cud Mi' and AL.^ Hatiifan and Barbara bi Dysart were Sunday dinner guests in the Calvin VaUdt home. .ftecttii supper gui& irl the Dlaf Norlarid home were Mr and Mrs Merlin Hahtelmaii 6f,. Bu- bticiUe, Mr and Mrs Fred L&riger- mati, Mr and Mrs Laurence Hatttelmari and, Charles' o| Sw,ea Clly, Mr and Mrsi Eldon Ipntel- mart arid girls, Mr aHd Mrs Anv 6Id.Haht'elm§h ahd family, Frank Humphrey and Dr. and Mrs John Waite and family. Henry C. Lindsey has been released from St. Vincent hospital, SioUX City, after being hospital- ised for a week. . Mr and Mrs Albert Mitchell. Antta Marie, and Mr and Mrs Dick Underwood and Lynnora were Thanksgiving Day guests, in the Chester Skarr home at Primghar. Mt and Mrs Forrest Haniiat; and Barbara of Dysart spent their Thanksgiving vacation in the parental E. K. Johnson home. Friday evening dinner guests in the Dick Underwood home were Rev. and Mrs Harold Norheim and family, Mr and Mrs Nyles Hfeggen and boys, Mr and Mrs Morris Mitchell and Mr ahd Mrs Albert Mitchell and Anna Marie. »Mr and Mrs Ed Bruhn, Mr and Mrs William Hantelman and family, Mr and Mrs Gerhart Hantelman and Paul, and Mr arid Mrs Merle Voigt and girls were 6 o'clock dinner guests in the Martin Hantelman home Thanksgiving Day. ; Mr and Mrs John Micklick, Bobby and Carolyn of Northwood were guests in the Ben Mitchell home Friday. Mr and Mrs Eddie Silrum and family of Minneapolis were Thanksgiving Day guests in the Morris Mitchell home. Santa Coming To Fenton, Dec. 8 Fenton—Santa Glaus will make his annual visit to Fenton on Saturday, Dec. 8. There will be. the usual show for the kids, treat- and visits with.Santa. The event is sponsored by the Fenton Community Club, The ' club is also -planning it? annual meeting and oyster stew on Monday, Dec. 17, at 6:30 p.m in the Community Building. CARD OF THANKS Many thanks to all who sent me cards and letters while I was hospitalized. Also for the gift of money and other• kindnesses extended our family. Jordan Knudson . 48* Wins Door Prize Silverware For 8 Fenlofi — Mrs Matty Haale. of Fenton won the door prifce at the recent' First Anniversarj k Opeh House held at the Petersen Furniture _ Store. She receivd a silverware setting for eight. Plah Help For Needy Family . FentdrU-Independence Mixers Farm Bureau met November 15 in the home of Mrs Amer Cody with Mrs Everett Hartman co- hostess. Twelve members and one visitor attended. The chairman. Mrs Ernest Votteler was in charge. One accident was reported. Our club will be in charge at the regular Farm Bureau meeting in Dec. which is a pot-luck supper at 7 p.m Those attending please bring i covered dish, dessert and sand' wiches and your own dishes. Mrs yqtteler, appointed Mrs Ruben Berkland and Mrs Donald Root to attend the training school which will be held Dec 28. Reports on the County wort t'hop vv'ere presented. Mrs Donald Root reported on" The Freedom Goal", Mrs Clarence Wegener on "International Relations" Mrs Freda Siems on "Rural Mail" Mrs Eugene Huskamp ort "Music" and Mrs Bertel Berkeland on "Publicity." The Farm Bureau Quiz was discussed. Mrs Ernest Votteler summarized the report Mrs Ed Priebe displayed ai assortment of shell craft which she had made. This Jncludec pins and earrings made in poin- sellas, holly wreaths and Christ' mas trees, in keeping with the Christmas season. The December meeting will be held at the home of Mrs Joy Jcnsvold, December 14. Thert will be a cooky or candy exchange. Instead of the regulai gift exchange a collection for s needy nerson in our community will take place. , Those in attendance were Mes dames Amer Cody, Everett Hartman, Donald Root, William Wie ner, Dale Voigt, Eugene Huskamp, Freda Siems, Ernest Vot teler, Clarence Wegener, Olga Huskamp, Bertel Berkeland, Adolph Hanson and Ed Priebe. FOR SALE — BOY'S ROLLEF skates, size 7, good cbnditio.n; Boy's Parka, size 14; "42'' 'gas' range, Mrs Duane Widdel, Fenton, Phone 62. 48* Gifts Galore for everyone) Use this book as your guide for shopping. Use Our Lay-Away Plan STOEBER HARDWARE FENTON. IOWA OUR OWN HARDWARE FENTON BUSINESS and PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY J. Wallace Smith Real Estate Broker General Insurance THE FRIENDLY TAVERN Invites You To Fenton WEISBROD Implement Company JOHN DEERE DEALER Bus. 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 4 Trtictor Repairs FENTON, IA. Filtfon Forwards Noil Xmas Titt h "• ttife Fenton 4-H ciilb met in the hbriie of, JoAnn arid Naney Stmde oh Monday evehirig, • Nov., 19,, Roll call w,as an|$ered by fourteen members. Visitor^ bf the cltib; were Joan Wegner, arift tHree, of the mofhers, Mrs Bollmglrr.Mrs Paul Voigt and Mrs Lester Theesfield. During the business meeting, plaris werfe hiade for the comilig Cntlstniag season. Names ,, \veie driawn, for .the ChHsUnas gift eS- change. It was also decided to hive A Mother's Tea at the Christmas party. JpAnh Sunde gave a djeniori- stratiph on a sewing rnachirie ahd Nancy Sunde presented. points in making a sewing basket. Lunch was served by the hostesses and their mother. Coming Events Nov. 28—Special meeting Band mothers at school, 230 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 4—PTA. , Wednesday, Dec. 5—St. John's Lutheran Ladies Aid. Thursday, Dec. B—-Fairville ladles Aid; WSCS. Post Nuptial Shower Honors Seneca Bride Seneca—A post nUpttal bridal shower was held at the Lutheran Hall in Swea City, Saturday evening, Nov. 10 honoring Mrs LeRoy Saftner, nee Donna Joan Swanson, : whose rfiirHage took place on Sept. 23. ..Hostesses for the.occasion were Mcsdames Lav/rence .JoHannesen, Hans Thompson, Genese , Hampton, Elaine Mather; Cora Mather, Merle KdUffman, Bertha Pcr- sdftes; Lydia Petersen, Marthk Nielseh, .Ethel Ofte'dahl, Arutti Klocko, Uernice .Tholeson, Anrtfe Larson, Myrte Larson, Maxine Brones, Katherine Gorozkbwski, also LaVelle Kauffman, Margery Thompson. Evelyn., and Dorothy bftedahl aHd. CorptHy Nielsen. Mrs Warren Brones wAs mistress of ceremonies and anHounc- ed the program. , ,., , Mrs, Elvtn .St&ttsbn afld. Mrs Wiirren Thompson assisted tljfe bride with the opening and di|r playing of the many lovely, gifts. Refreshments were served at.h table,,centered with, a 4-lier.Oa weddinfe cake baked ahd decorated by Mrs Russell KaUffmyatjL Mrs Otto Lirsoh, an aunt of the bride, presided It .tHe coffee tfeble. , , . ., The young cbup',le 4 re makitig their Home iri THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL i > Fenton, Iowa Experienced Embalmers and Funeral Directors ; i Reliable 24 Hour Ambulant* S*rvic« Funerals May Be Referred To Us With Confidence Phone FENTON 23 KINGSTED 21001 21006 26216 OUR LARGEST XMAS STOCK INVJTES YOUR INSPECTION GIFTS GALORE APPAREL GIFTS FOR CHILDREN AND THE LADY OF THE HOUSE i '' f $1 Worth of Christmas Greeting Cards FREE With lath $10 PurcHiise of Xmas Merchandise; STOP IN AND BRdwSE AROUND BAILEY'S STORE In Fenton Queen Factory Says: cia/ Safe on the 90 for 10 days of So that's exactly what we're doing! We are passing on to you the cash saving that this factory-sponsored promotion makes possible. 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