The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 4, 1956 · Page 11
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 11

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, December 4, 1956
Page 11
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«ll AKDfTH HAIVMSON Mtwl December 4, If II Pobliihed By Thf l>pp*f f)i» Publishing Cft.y A^iiw, l«fr* Honor Roll, Fenton Pupils, 11 Get Highest Averages Fenton ~ Honor Roll student for the Fenton school for the first school period are as follows: Highest Honors — "A" in Citizenship and (4 A's) or (3 A's — 1 B): 4*A's — Jahet Behne, Joan Gushing, Marlys Jentz, Beth Newel, JfoAnn Sunde, and Joyce Voigt. 3 A's — 1 B: Susan Han telman, Judy Juhl, Vergene Norland, , Jane Ruger, and Evalon Schlei. Honors — "A" in Citizenship and (3 B's — 1 A) or (2 A's — 2 B's) or (3 A's — 1 C): 2 A's — B's: Glennis Finnestad, Rebecca Householder. 3 A's — 1 C: Judy Jentz. 1 A — 3 B's: Ardyth Drone, Marlene Freyholtz and Pam Weisbrod. Honorable mention — "A" in Citizenship and (4 B's) or (2 B's— 1 A — 1 C) or (2 A's — 1 B — 1 C) or (3 B's — 1 C) or (1 A — 2 B's — 1 C): 4 B's — Charles Kern, Noirna Larson and Sharo^ Hantelman. 1 A — 2 B's — 1 C — Joan Wegener, Judy Wiener. 3 B's — 1 C —Penny Boevers, Roger Dreyer, Roger Frink, E'arf JehtZt Jane Lieb, Don Mienke and Nancy Sunde. Mr and Mrs Glen Ditsworth and son Clay left Tuesday for their home m Shawnee, Dkla., a^ter a ten day absence spent in visiting relatives in loWa and Nebraska. In Fenton they were guests of Glen's brother Clayton from Saturday to Tuesday. On Sunday they were guests of Mr and 'Mrs Wallace Brown and family near Gruver, who were dinner hosts also to Mrs Earl Dean, Mr and Mrs Clayton Ditsworth and daughters Kathryn and Mary Ellen. The Woman Society of Chriit- ian Service will meet Thursday. Dec. 6, at the church parlors. Mrs Harvey Walker will be in charge JOHNSON TANK HEATERS Sold and Installed by Us Let Us Quote Facts and Figures McFALL & RUSCH Phone 159 Fenton, la. Beautifully yours I. . Our &&^^ PERMANENTS & SHAMPOOS A SPECIALTY WE HANDLE PRINCESS NYLA AND REVLON PRODUCTS Hours 9 to 5 — Closed Mondays All New Equipment LAEL'S BEAUTY SHOP IN FENTON of the worship service and Mrs Wilfred Stoeber Will present the lesson. Hostesses are Mesdarhes Wendell Rusch, Don Shaw and Earl Crouch. % fhtnksgiTing dinner and tup- per guests In the Kenneth Steine home at Fairmont were Mr and Mrs Joha Light, Mr and Mfs Eugene Mansager, Mike, Melvin and Patricia and Mr and Mrs Harlpp timers all of Fentott and Mr and Mrs Clyde. Brooks of Iowa Falls and son Grant, student at Iowa University, Sandra DeAnn was unable to attend having been chosen from Iowa Falls High School as one taking part in the All State Music festival both in orchestra and band, and was in a practice session at Des Molnes Thursday and Friday. The Annual Christmas party for St. Luke Lutheran Ladies Aid will be held this Thursday.'Dec. 6, with hostesses Mesdames Martin Hantelman. Gerhard Hantelman, Arnold Hantelman and Elmer Grienert. Mr and MM John Light entertained at dinner last Saturday evening, Mr and Mrs John Theesfield and Mr and Mrs E. C. Weisbrod. Brownie Troop No. 4 met fei the school house after school hours on Monday afternoon for their regular meeting. The giris finished their booklets on nature. Plans were made for Christmas. They will go caroling on Monday, Dec. < 17. The girls received an invitation for a Christmas party at the Huskamp home. Sunday guests in the 'Kenneth Halverson home were Mr and Mrs Clyde Gilbaugh of Fairmont, Mr and Mrs Henry Wilberg, Dennis and Vernon and Mr and Mrs Earl Jensen and family of Ringsted. Mr and Mrs Stanley Jensen and family of Ringsted were evening visitors. Mr and Mrs Eugene Mansager and family were last Sunday dinner guests in the John Light home. The Dorcas Sewing Circle met Nov. 27 in the home of Mrs Sarah Weisbrod. Fifteen members were present and .three guests, Mrs Ralph Weisbrod, Mrs 'Milford Elbert arid Joan. Mr and Mrs Eldon Duncan and sons Billy and Eldon Jr. and Mr and Mrs Floyd Duncan spent Sunday at the W. R. Smith home northeast of Wesley. Mr Smith is a brother of Mrs Floyd £>uncan. Mrs Floyd Duncan remained in the Smith home and accompanied the Smiths to Fort Dodge on Monday where they visited a friend and old neighbor, Mrs Wyot Stott of Lebanon, Mo, .who is Ja x>atieJU at the Menjy hospital. 'Mft Stdtt broke a bone in her right leg when she* fell on the kitchen floor at the home of her daughter Mrs Leo Immerfall in Algpna. Thanksgiring Day dinner guests of Mr and Mrs Clayton Ditsworth were Reba Ditsworth of Laurens, Robert Maidment and son Dwight of Estherville, and Wallace Brown and son David of Gruver. Mrs Brown and sons Russell and Ronald were unable to be present due to illness. Mr and Mrs Vernon Perfect and daughters Lynn and Darrial of Chicago were Thanksgiving dinner guests of Mr and Mrs Ralph Weisbrod and Mrs Blanche Huskamp. They returned to their home Saturday evening. Mrs Ferdinand Bierstedi is a patient at the Lutheran hospital in Fort Dodge where she underwent major surgery.. Evening dinner guests in the Al Willrett home at Algona Friday were Mr and Mrs E. C. Weisbrod, Mr and Mrs Hans Baago, and Mrs Don Weisbrod and Billy. LaVonne Cody was one of the seventy one students of the two hundred fifteen enrolled, to attain the honor roll for the second six *»**« m Santa Claus Will Be In Fenton * I FREE MOVIE . Dec. 8th FREE TREATS FOR THE KIDS week period at Augustana Academy. LaVonne, a junior at the .Academy, is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Amer Cody of Fenton. Recent dinner guests in the Charles Newel home were Mr and Mrs Franklin Newel of Spencer, Mr and Mrs Richard McCarty and boys of Hartley, and Mr and Mrs LeRoy Newel of Hartley. The occasion honored the birthdays of Mrs McCarty and LeRoy Newel. Santa's Coming! Fenton — The Jolly Old Gent himself, Santa Claus, will be in Fenton Saturday, Dec. 8, lor an afternoon of treats, visiting with .the. youngsters, and to help them enjoy a tree movie being sponsored by the Fenton Community Club at the Fenton Theatre. The movie will get underway about 1:15 p.m. and all kids are invited. There will be candy treats for all the youngsters, and a big afternoon of fun and entertainment, so don't miss it. The annual ( oyster stew dinner and election of officers of the club will take place Monday, Dec. 17, at 6:30 p.m. at the Community Bldg. Lone Rock Community News Margaret Fischer from Cedar Falls spent Thanksgiving with her parents the Delmar Fischers. She left for Chicago to attend the International Livestock show in Chicago. She was one of the ten chosen to go from Kossuth county. Mrs Lawrence Geitzenauer returned home last week after spending a week in Bancroft at the C. J. Stauder home. She has been ill. The Welfare brothers and Maxine of Bancroft called recently at the Owen Berhow home. Thanksgiving Day Mr and Mrs Berhow were supper guests in Elmore at the Frank Rotterman home, and Mr and Mrs Emil Person called at the Berhow home. Mr and Mrs Reinhardt Zumach of Whiltemore visited Sunday afternoon and evening at the Art Zumach home. Ruth Zumach, R. N., SiouX City, spent the Thanksgiving weekend at the parental, Art Zumach home. Recent dinner guests at the W. J. Cotton .home were Mrs H. E. Morgan of-Ai^ona N. L. C9tton, David Beck and Mrs David Beck. Sr. V Mr and Mrs Elaine Saxton and family were dinner guests Thanksgiving of her mother, Mr* Florence Schradet. • Mr and Mrs Jack Johnson and family of Cowrie celebrated » belated Thanksgiving dinner at trie parental Charles Morris home. ',• Mr and Mrs Laverne Schroeder and family of Moville, la. spent the Thanksgiving Weekend a"t the; Henry Schroeder home. Fenton Men On Sad Mission Fenton — A group of Fenton men went to Okoboji last Satur-. day afternoon to assist the Great' Lakes Rescue Organization in endeavoring to locate the body of the Spencer youth who was drowned there recently. Albert t Schwarzenbach and Charles j Theesfield handled arrangements for the Fenton group. On T-V Program Fenlon — Mrs Emil Bicrstedt of Fenton was on television over KGLQ-TV 1 Wednesday noon of last week, with her flock of Welp's chickens. She has bee,n successfully raising chickens for the past 10 years. Coming Events Wednesday. Dec. 5 — St. John. Thursday, Dec. 6 — Woman Society of Christian Service: Fa;r- ville Ladies Aid. Tuesday, Dec. 11 — Fenton Woman's Club. Thursday, Dec. . 13 — Bertha Circle; Gladys Circle; Depew Fellowship Circle; Friendly Neighbors. We're Expecting You on WEDNESDAY, DEC. 5 - 1:15 P.M. - FENTON THEATRE As Guests of the WEISBROD IMPLEMENT CO. HARDWARE STORE MAKE THIS YOUR FOR GIFTS THAT ENDURE * '-•/? 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