The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 19, 1965 · Page 8
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• AUGUST 19, 1965 i fenfon 3Up*tfer Published By The Upper Des Moines Publishing Co., Algona, lowfl 'JEAN PR1EBE News Editor 8-Algono (la.) Upper Des Moinej Thursday, August 19, 1965 Sentral Schools Expect 556 Enrollment FENTON' - A lieu course in Music Appreciation will H offered for the first time at Sentral Community schools this. year, and will be taught 1>\ Mrs. Warren Jones. Hiph school students interested in taking the course should register at the principal's office on Monci.u 01 Tuesday, August 23 or 2-1, tv- tween 9 a. m. and 3 p. m. All high school students who wish to change thoir registration, and new students attending Sentral high school for the first timr are ,\\f i <'(.|iii sti •! t. reustn .if (In pi i:iri|-.d's .fficr <•;; UK si ,l.i\ s. Tin cm ullniinl in Ilii Srnlr.ii srhi'ol system uill be pi ,ii lic.ilh the s.un. ;n the (.ill .>( 1 .••'.:• .is it U3S In if M. KvpCc-tl'.l .-1)1 ..11- mrnt is '•' r. stndi-nts, <-"mp,iti>d to ""•} List \ c-.u. Tin li'tal is made up ii( .'73 i>]et;if.iit;u-\ stu- drnts and IB." ,11 high srli'ol. There ,ue five IH--A itMrhcrs signet to be. in duties tins f.tll in tin 1 liit.li si li.in', ,nd junior high I'Uiliiin,:, inrludiiii. .1 UP-.'. liigli srliiin] prini'ii ,il, Lewis Finch of Newton, IH-A.I. John Tlutrhei of \VestHend has been hired tu te.irl ph\ siral edii- c.ition in the --lades ,unl lugli school. Other lie :i te.ichoi sllili'd include Mi. and Mi s. James R. Jarkson d( Uest Mm liiintuii, la. Ml. ,l,\rkson A ill tearh jnnioi high science and Mis. Jackson Fill up with PHIL-HEAT The Finest Heating Oil Made By Phillips Petroleum Co. SPECIAL SUMMER RATE ASK US! SIERP SUPPLY Merle Voigt, consignee Phone 157 or 56, Fenton (57-60) PROVED., ON OVER 150,000 FARMS! Here's protection againit engine-damaging dirt, rust, scale and water. 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No going o>ef normally hard 'e pcpnt and shingle surfaces to cover crevices thoroughly' FENTON LUMBER CO 1 lli ;:i.-tl U' t . i' \e;,C, .,;, ; t ., if'tli la :. 1.:; li s !, ( .,;, i ( , .-, s . ;;i ••It vliKh ill !,. ,|f, ,,. i [ , l|,,. ill St tltn- ;;. ! ; I. srh • • 'i . Ml s. Mich.i.el S. "It 'I 1-llt ill b-.l'-li •illitli aii-l t.-nf!, ;.,'!, I-:, hsh. One V.IIMIII \ , tli.it 1 ,'i-!iivti i.ii .1 : ts li'.ichei , s! ill : fin ir.is u;i- lilied !»'(,'!, (li, te.i, l,il, st.lff is e..|li|ile(e ;. Ill (he element,! 1 \ Si 'i- '• aie (In ft. ne-- te.i.-li'-i s tt'.lr-h in (I,,' |'ii|lton .ittciidawe < ftilei . The\ ,in Mis. H. J. V.mr.h.tn of WKitleiii"! '• f,,i first gi ade, Mi s. f'ai 1 I, anil' of Hiim- sted fm second :;r,i'le, and Mrs. William L. I)oise\ of Mane i oft for sixth i;iade. Mis. Wai i en Jones, employed previously on a half-time basis, will tearh vocal music full time tills \ear, inclndinr the new course in Music Appreciation. Mrs. Clinton Ditswm th, win i was employed last \ e.n on a part- time basis, will teachtwuclasses of French this \eai as well as act as librarian part-lime. This will IK? the first time Sentral has offered the serimd yearclass of French. In the grade schools in Fenton and Lone Hock, Mrs. Andrew Gowans will change from first grade in Fonton to kindergarten teacher. Mrs. Einil Hleckwenn will switch from Fcnton's second to third grade, Mrs. Lawrence Newbrough will teach sixth grade in Lone Rock instead of Fenton, and Mrs. Art Priebe will teach Lone Hock's fifth instead of sixth grade. In other personnel changes Mrs. Rose Kraft Is resuming her duties as head cook in the Lone Rock school after several years' absence and Mrs. Clarence Kraft has l)een hiied as secretary in the Lone Rock school. During the summer, work was done to repair the black top drive leading to the Sentral high school building, and the drive was extended to lead around the building. The Fenton lunch room kitchen has teen remodeled by installing a new serving counter. New baking tables have been purchased for each of the three lunch kitchens. A new fuel oil burning boiler has been purchased for the Lone Rock school, replacing a 40-year old coal burning furnace. A new Blue Bird school bus was purchased to replace tha one used on Alfred Petersen's bus route. School will open on August 30, with dismissal at 2:30 p. m. on that day. There will be no school on September 6, Labor Day, or on October 5, when teachers will attend an In-service Institute. THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL Fenton, Iowa Experienced Embalmert and Funeral Directors Reliable 24 Hour Ambulance Service Funeral May Be Referred To Us With Confidence Phonei FENTON 23 RINGSTID 21001 21006 20216 Assign Airman Stuck!, Fenton, To A. F. School SAN ANTONIO - Airman Third Class Dennis L. Stucki, above, son of Mr. and Mrs. Marion E. Stucki of Fenton, has completed U, S. Air Force basic military training at Lackland AFB, Tex. Airman Stucki is being assigned to Carswell AFB, Tex., for training and duty as a food services specialist. He is a member of the Strategic Air Command which maintains America's constantly alert force of intercontinental missiles and jet bombers. The airman is a 1964 graduate of Sentral Comm. high school. Laymen's League Meeting Held FENTON - The Lutheran Laymen's League of St. John's Lutheran church, Fenton, met Tuesday evening in the church basement. The devotions were led by Rev. Rex Spicer, and were followed by a topic discussion led by Mrs. Donald Priebe, titled "Can't We Take Grandma's Organ, Dear?" The discussion Involved typical problems faced by city, suburban, and rural congregations. A report on the LLL Convention held at Okoboji July 31 and August 1 was given by William Eimers. Jim Meyer reported on the Family Retreat, also held at Okoboji, and William Hantelman reported on a local missionary letter project of the group. Hosts were Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Eimers and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hantelman. Auxiliary Met At Bruhn Home FENTON - The American Legion Auxiliary met Friday for a picnic at the home of Mrs. Ed Bruhn, with twelve attending. A donation of $2.50 was made to the Des Moines V. A. hospital, and one of $1.50 to the 1966 Sentral school annual. Hostess for the September meeting will be Mrs. S. E. Straley. Gremmels Out Of Hospital FENTON - Ervin Gremmels, 55, was released from Holy Family hospital, Estherville, on Saturday where, he had been a patient following a construction accident on Tuesday. Gremmels had been working with a construction crew building a grain dryer at a Superior, Iowa SHOP in your HOME COMMUNITY Fenton Business & Professional Directory FRIENDLY FENTON INVITES YOU FENTON PRODUCE - Lloyd Sunde Golden Sun Feeds GERALD VOIGT INSURANCE Fenton, Iowa HANTELMAN BUILDING SERVICE For Building - Remodeling PHONE 125 or 17 Fenton, Iowa Dr, E. W. Ruske DENTIST Office Phone 79 Residence 25 Fenton, Iowa FENTON DRUG R.C.A. Dealer T-V Sale* & Service Phone 13 or 136 LLOYD M. BERKLAND Ucenied Real Etate Broker and Farm loan* and Auction Service Phone 233 Fenton, Iowa and was descendim: :.-n .1 l.t.ldor \vitli a large slif-et •>( tin 'Alien a sudden trust of 'Aiml c.nicllit the tin and the sharp p.K.r- •'it into his arm. The metal cut through the ten- ion, artery and to the Ixme. Missionary Is Visitor In Fenton Home FENTON - A pot luck supper was held Sunday evening at the Fenton park, in honor of Rev. and Mrs. Gerhard Vorlarul and family, who are home on leave from a missionary post in Japan; and visitors Edna Thompson from San Bernardino, Calif., and Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Cody of Los Angeles. Attending the picnic were Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Olson, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Berkland and Tim, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Berkland, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Berkland and family, Mr. and Mrs. Art Cody, Mr. and Mrs. Rueben Berklihd and family, Mr. and Mrs. Truman Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Mitchell, Mr. and Mrs. Ole Pederson, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Mitchell, all of Fenton; Mr. and Mrs. Martin Olson, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Olson and Mr. and Mrs. Merle Flint and family of Ringsted; Mr. and Mrs. James Cody, Mrs.TheresaCody, Mrs. Gertie Berkland, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Cody, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Solberg, and Mr. and Mrs. Philip Solberg and family of Cylinder; Mr. and Mrs. Richard Lura of Decorah; Mr. and Mrs. James Christiansen and family of Bode, and David Heggen of EstliervUle. - o - Mr. and Mrs. Albert Mitchell went to LaPorte City last Monday to help Mr. and Mrs. Robert Burkgren move to their new home. Overnight guests Sunday of the , Albert Mitchells were Rev. and Mrs. Gerhard Vorland and family. They left on Monday for Minneapolis. Mr. and Mrs. William Hantelman and Mary visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Schmidtke of Morristown, Minn., and attended a family reunion on Sunday. Glen and Becky Hantelman spent a week counseling during the Walther League Camp Week at Okoboji. Attending the camp from Fenton were Nick Mueller and Robert Krause. Rev. and Mrs. Rex Spicer, Rexanne, and Kathie Devan left this week for their vacation, during which they plan to take Rexanne to meet her grandparents in Baltimore and Floral Park, New York. They plan to be gone until Sept. 3. Mrs. William Hantelman was hostess Friday afternoon at a coffee party honoring Kathie Devan. Guests were Mrs. Ida Dreyer, Mrs. Bennie Berkland and Linda, Mrs. Emil Bierstedt, Mrs. Willard Menz, Mrs. Ben Luedtke, Mrs. Ed Meyer and Mrs. Rex Spicer. Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Hantelman and Sandra recently visited in the Don Berryman home for a few days, in Columbus, 111. Sandra remained for a longer visit while her parents went to Denver, Colo, to visit their daughter Faye for several days. They returned home on Friday, with Mrs. Berryman, Beth and Scott accompanying them home to spend a week's vacation at the Hantelman's. Don will join them this weekend for another week's visit. Sunday afternoon visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mortenson were Mr. ami Mrs. Lee Haase and Tina Marie, of Kansas City, Missouri. Sunday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mortenson were Mr. and Mrs. Delond Bolte and family. Mrs. Laurnetta Miller and Mrs. Lena Bleckwenn returned from Mercy hospital in Mason City where they stayed with Mrs. Miller's granddaughter, Mary Krough, who had been hospitalized eleven days and had surgerv for a gland infection. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Kramer and family were Sunday guests and stayed overnight with the Clarence Kramers in Riceville. Mrs. Lena Jentz returned from Rochester Sunday, where she had spent ten days with her sister, Mrs. Ida Simmons of Fairmont, who had surgery there and is now in satisfactory condition. Mi. and Mrs. Gene Havens and Juli'- -if Madison, Wise., art' visitin. her mother, Mrs. Lena JenU, for a few days. Mr. .UK! Mrs. Jim Meyer and famih met the Brian Wilmert fainil', of Albert Lea for a pic- nir dinner at Gomsnul Park, Fairmont, Sunday. Guests of Judy Eider Thurs- da\ through Sunday last week -.'.ere Mi. and Mrs. Jerry Robinett of Marshalltown. Mr. and Mrs. Ewald Kohlwes and Sherry of Austin met Mr. and Mrs. Paul Eigler and Judy Sunda\ at Pilot Knob, near Forest Cit\ for a picnic dinner. Mr. and Mrs. William Hantelman and Mary and Mr. a.ud Mrs. Paul Eieler and Judy had a picnic supper Wednesday at Iowa Lake. Mrs. Vic Dreyer and children and Mrs. Charles Feye and children spent Thursday through Sunday at a "cabin on Lake Okoboji. Art Voin;t was admitted to Holy Family hospital, Estherville, on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Mitchell and Mr. and Mrs. Morris Mitchell visited the Richard Underwood family at Boone Thursday, in honor of Lynn Underwood's seventh birthday. Charles Kolb, Shenandoah, lias been a house guest for several days at the E. A. Helland home. He left Monday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Halverson attended the silver wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Hart, held at the Congregational church at Humboldt Sunday afternoon. They also visited with Mr. and Mrs. Omeal Nelson of Hardy. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Jensen and Kristie of Ringsted were Wednesday evening visitors in the Kenneth Halverson home. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Devers and Bobby left Sunday for Denver, Colo, after spending the summer with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Sunde. Devers is a math teacher at Engelwood high school in Denver. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Bassett of Milford were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Stoeber. Thursday evening supper guests of Mr. and Mrs.. Ray Stoeber were Rev. and Mrs. F. C. Preul, Mr, and Mrs. E. C. Weisbrod, and Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Voigt and James. Sunday afternoon Mr. andMrs. Ray Stoeber visited with a cousin in Ceylon, Minn., Mrs. Chester Hartung. Sunday evening guests of Mrs. Herman Haack, honoring her on her birthday, were Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Bierstedt, Mr. and Mrs. Hilbert Bierstedt and family, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Haack and Lori, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Long and son, Mr. and Mrs. Don Beck of Cylinder, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Bierstedt and Mrs. Ervin Siems of Whittemore, Mrs. Lydia Wich- tendalil, and Mrs. Frieda Siems. Debra Zumach returned home Monday after spending a few FALL PLOWING Mure t.inm'rs each year are KctliiiH "tuo-for-onc" benefits from tlirir full plouinj.;. They are nlnuing clown 1'eleo Cheni- ii'.iln ('(imhincil dry ferlil- i/irs. Why fertilize in the f.ill? The |)JK advantage is the nij.\inn of I'erlili/er with I.ist season's croji residues for last breakdown. The nitrogen in leko Chemically Combined fertili/er stimulates bacteria which break down stubble, stalks anil other matter. Coupled \Mth Kenorall) lower off- season i lists and usually ideal fall held Kinditions, a I elco tertih/ir program which in- corpur.ni.-s a lull pi,m down applii ati.HI u ill pa\ bijj dividends 1CJ VOL! Stop in Soon FENTON CO-OP ELEVATOR days at the Clarence Egeland home at Estherville. Over the weekend she was at Spirit Lake with the Egelands granddaughter, Debbie Nichols and her family, who were vacationing there. House guests of Mr, and Mrs. Walter Krause for a week were two of their grandchildren, Lynn and Ellen Krause, Stanhope. Guests this week at the home of Mrs. Jessie Newel were Mr. and Mrs. Don Johannecks of San Bernardino, Calif. They were all Sunday dinner and supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Ditsworth and Saturday evening supper guests of Mrs. Florence Behne. Thursday dinner guests of Mrs. Jessie Newel, to visit with the Don Johannecks were Marilyn Wick of Spring Valley, Minn, and Joan Berger of St. Paul. v Thursday supper guests were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Weisbrod and family and Mrs. Emma Weisbrod of Cylinder. Sunday afternoon callers at the home of Mrs. Amanda Kern were Mr. and Mrs. Dean Nellis of Ft. Dodge, Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Sargeant and family of Waterloo, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Kern of Algona, and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Yager and family. Mr. and Mrs. Herliert Weiske, Kent and Paula of Cedar Rapids were guests at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Me Fall, Saturday through Tuesday. Sunday dinner guests of the McFalls were Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Rusch and Margo, and evening callers were Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Wolfe. Card of Thanks CARD OF THANKS I want to thank everyone for visits and cards while I was a patient at Estherville hospital. It was very much appreciated. Dr. John Waite. (62*) CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank everyone for the cards and letters and visits during my hospital stay. Eldon Duncan, Fenton, la. (G2) OUR OWN "Challerfffer" WHITE PAINT FOR HOUSE, OARAGE, BARN $0.98 Gallon.Can Regular $4.98 Save money on thlt excellent jvhite palntl [its dazzling brightness will beautify and protect any exterior surface — on your home, garage, barn and fences. Lead-free formula provides unusual covering and wearing qualities. Resistant to mildew. Fumeproof finish — harmless to lives'tock while painting. One gallon will cover 400 sqjare feet — two coats on average surface. Our Qwn'' Challenger N PAINT Bright Red .Gallon Can Save money on this first quality palntl "Our Own" ChaHen'cjer bright red barn paint defies sun, wind ana 1 'any weather. 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