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Mftl ARDETH HALVERSON , New* Editor 15th Birthday For Fenton's W.S.C.S,Oct.1/ Fenton—At a special party in the church parlors, Oct. 17, the WSCS of the Fenton Methodist Church observed its fifteenth anniversary. Devotions by Mrs Fred Brown opened the program which was presented by Mrs Clarence Underwood. Mrs Wendell Rusch read a resume of the 15 years which included the secretary's minutes from 1940. A service called "Remember, Rejoice, and Renew" was presented by Mesdames L. Newel, Don Shaw and Don Weisbrod. As Mrs Newel called their names the past presidents came forward to receive a corsage from Mrs Shaw. The roll of charter members was read and a white carnation was placed in a vase for each deceased charter member. A letter was read from an absent charter member, Mrs James Mueller of Lewistown, Mont. Fourteen candles were lighted by the present officers as each told what the Woman's Society means to her. Mrs Don Weisbrod, the president, lighted the fifteenth candle as she spoke 01 the years to come. ; Mrs Gaylord Johnson, second president, poured and; Mrs Don Weisbrod cut arid served the birthday cake.: .:-'; Mrs Eugene Huskamp, was chairman ot the refreshment committee. •. . '' •:. , Refreshments and'^white carnations were taken to shiit'hv members, Mrs Earl Dean, 1 Mrs Henry Lindsay and Mrs Will Weisbrod. Annual T. & C. Halloween For Kids In Fenton ' Fenion— Members -of the Town and Country Woman's club met Tuesday evening, Oct. 18 in .the home of Mrs Donald Shaw • with Mrs Eugene Mansager as co-hostess. '.<.']'} Reports wer§ given', on ttie district meeting Dy? Mrs Kenneth Johnson, and Mrs""Dale Vfeis,- brod. -v" The program presented was 'Take time for Legislation' by Mrs Arnold Hanson and 'Take time for United Nations' by Mrs Dale Weisbrod. Final plans have been made for the big Halloween party to be held Monday evening, Oct. 31. All children of the Fenton Community pre - school age through the 8th grade are invited. They are asked to meet at the Fenton park at 7:30 and from here they will parade to the Community Center for the remainder of the entertainment, and a lunch. Costume classification will be as follows: Ghosts, witches, clowns, old men and hoboes, old ladies, gypsies, black cats, Indians, devils, animals and miscellaneous. This is the fifth annual part> sponsored by the Town and Country Woman's club. Fenton P.T.A. To Meet Nov. 1 Fenion—The November meeting of the Fenton PTA will be held Tuesday evening Nov. 1. In charge of the program will be Mr and Mrs Don Shaw, chairman, Mr and Mrs Lloyd Berkland and Mr and Mrs William Jentz. Ed Dehnert of LuVerne will be present to show slides that he has taken in southern Bolivia, South America. Refreshments will be served by Mesdames Ray Priebe, chairman; Fred Mortenson, Ferdie Mueller, John Munch, L. Newel, Martin Ohm, Walter Peril, Roy Petersen, Alvin Potratz, Herbert Potratz, Mervin Priebe, Elwin Schlei, Howard Schulte and Albert Schwarzenbaek. THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL Fenian, Iowa Experienced Embalmers and Funeral Directors Reliable 24 Hour Ambulance Service Funerals May Be Referred To Us With Confidence Phone FINTON 23 &INGSTED 21001 21006 20216 New Furniture Store Fenlon's new furniture store, operated by Roy. P&lorsen, formerly of Ringsted, will hold its grand opening this coming Saturday, Oct. 29. . A special Open House is.being',planned, with refreshments to be served and special gifts imade during the day as summarized in a page ad by the petersen Furniture elsewhere in today's paper. The Petersens are no newcomers to the furniture business, having operated.a store at Ringsted for a good many years. ' ' . Some months ago the former Newel Hardware building was purchased in Fenton, and completely remodeled. For the past few weeks new furniture has been arriving and now everything is in readiness for a forrrial presentation to the public. The store covers a large main floor area, with several special rooms for individual types of furniture as well as the main floor display area. The basement has been renovated and provides additional display area. Frank Thilges Is Injured When Tractor Upsets Fenion — Frank, Thilges, who was injured last Thursday afternoon in a tractor mishap at his farm, returned home Tuesday from the Holy Family hospital. The accident occurred late in the afternoon, as Thilges was driving the cattle home with, the tractor. As the tractor'drove .into an unexpected and unseen washout, it appeared that it would upset, so Thilges jumped, but in so doing was still hit by the tractor in such a way, that sev- eral ribs were broken. W.S.C.S. To Meet The Woman's Society of Chrisian Service will meet Thursday afternoon, Nov. 3 with hostesses Mrs E. J.J Frank, Mrs Carrie Voigt, Mrs I- Charles Newel and Mrs Oliver Stoeber. Mrs Freelove Weisbrod will be in charge of worship and Mrs Clarence Osborn will present the lesson. $30 Next Saturday . Arnold Laabs-was not in Fenton Saturday night to claim the $15 his name was called for at the regular Saturday Night drawing at 9:30 p.m. A name will be drawn for $30 this Saturday evening,. Oct. 29. The Fenion Band Mothers mei Wednesday afternoon, Oct. 19, At the business meeting it was voted to discontinue serving -lunch at the basketball games and as a means to raise money for the Band Mothers each member is to pay $4. It was voted that the Band Mothers serve the lunch for the elevator meeting. Al and Clara Hydholm were Friday overnight /guests in the Ed Bruhn home. They were en- route from Minneapolis to Los Angeles. Clara, Who has been living in Minneap&lis, will make her future home with her brother in Los Angeles. Mr and Mrs Richard Hengel of Ari.-boy, Minn, were Sunday evening visitors in the Everett Dreyer home. Mr and Mrs .Don Sieinberger and Mr and Mrs Duan'e Widdel were among the guests attending an anniversary party honoring Mr and Mrs John Carroll at Estherville, Wednesday evening of last week. Mrs Clarence Wegener, Mrs Everett Dreyer and Mrs John Kohlwes visited with Mrs Henry Wichman at Spencer Monday afternoon. Mrs Amanda Kern has spent the past ten days visiting with the Dean Nellis family at Fort Dodge and Jay Woods at Jefferson. Sunday dinner guests in Ihe Lloyd Sunde home were Mr and Mrs Clarence Wegener, Mr and Mrs Larry Alt, Kathry'n and Marilyn, Mr and Mrs Everett Dreyer and Roger, and Beth Ann Newel. Mr and Mrs Gerhart Hantelman, Eunice and Paul and Mrs Freda Siems spent Sunday in Minneapolis where they saw the showing of Cinerama Holiday. Mr and Mrs Don Sieinberger and family were Sunday evening dinner guests in the Harlan Askland home at Estherville. Mr and Mrs Carl Veer Jr. 01 Adams, Minn, are the parents a son born Wednesday, Oct. 19. He weighed 8 Ibs 12 oz. and has been named Paul Alan. Mr and Mrs Roelf Millei&. of Fenton are the maternal grandparents. October 27, 1955 Published By Thi Uppw De* Maine* PublUhlnfl Cd.j Alflana, Iowa Coming Events Thursday, Oct. 27 — Depcw WMF; Dorothea Circle of the WSCS. Monday, Oct. 31 — Halloween party sponsored by the Town & Country Woman's club. . Tuesday, Nov. 1 — Parent- Teachers Association. Wednesday, Nov. 2—St. John's Ladies Aid. Thursday, Nov. 3—St. Luke's Ladies Aid; Woman's Society ot Christian Service. 12 At Circle Meeting, Fenton H»" ' Fenton—The Ruth Circle of the WSCS met Thursday, Oct. 20 in the home of Mrs Ralph Weisbrod with Mrs Arnold Hansen as co-hostess. Twelve members answered roll call. ' The members have decided to serve a Smorgasbord supper with the Mabel Circle on Wednesday, Nov. 16. Mrs Clarence Osbprn was in charge of the devotional period and Mrs Wendell Rusch presented the lesson. The Fenton Township Homemakers met Wednesday, Oct. 19 with Mrs Victor Dreyer with Mrs Gerald Radig co-hostess. Sevefi ladies answered roll call. The newly elected officers are: Mrs Victor Dreyer, chairman; Mrs Owen Berhow, vice chairman and Mrs Ray Laabs, Publicity chairman. The November meeting will be Thursday, Nov. 17. Mrs Don .Boever's iwo sisters are visiting relatives' in this vicinity. Phyllis Apple and daughter, Martha, flew here from Anchorage, Alaska. DuAnn of. .Christensen with Mark and Cindy came from Los Angeles. Mr and Mrs Anton Berkeland of Minneapolis, Minn, were weekend guests in the Bertel Berkeland home. To The Peferseris A* **< C*^» ^H'f We Extend A Sincere I from less f/ion a pound of coaf ",-••>.- n -;» -'--V '*> n> -TI* «si*ri ;j v <•»* ^n» •• •** • . „• '.H • ™» -er-iV '•**.• ».-.';' "i .... ........ Today's Marvelous Steam Powered Electric Power Plants produce.,. TOOK (.82 POUNDS TO MAKE A KILOV/AU HOUR IN (927" enough electricity to keep this 100 watt lamp burning for ten hours During 1955 the utility industry country-wide has averaged less than a pound of coal per kilowatt-hour of electricity. No wonder Reddy's proud! Because, in 1927, it took nearly two pounds of coal to do the same job. That's what technical "know-how" lias achieved. And it proves that coal is still our primary source for electric power and that we can depend on modern science to give us "plenty of power." HAVE SEEN what modern science is doing to bring MORE AND MOKE electric power to our homes, farms and businesses — and at the same time use Ltss AND Ltss of the coal vital to its production. And, as science accomplishes this tremendous task, it achieves another great piece of work — that of delivering that power at a BARGAIN rate. What is *lovr Cost" Power? If you will look at the "Cost of Living Index" you will sec that it has steadily gone up. But there's one commodity that has gone down. That's the average kilowatt hours cost of household electricity. It's gone down while other prices have zoomed. That makes the cost of electricity about the only bright spot in the household budget! Science or Politics-Which? Politicians have talked a lot about lower prices. But meantime the scientists have gone quietly ahead — experimenting, testing, working things out. They've drastically cut down the quantity need of fuel — coal • — the primary source of power. And so it is possible for your power companies to do a better job for less cost — boosting production, expanding and spreading costs ; — in the typical American way, Poce of Progress Quickens Without using one penny of tax money, the electric light and power companies of Iowa are building plants, facilities and equipment to keep ahead of our constantly increasing demand for more electric power at the lowest possible price. It is our aim to give you moderately-priced, dependable power, ba^ed on. scientific progress and good management — » and always showing a friendly interest in you? needs. IOWA ELECTRIC UGHT^ POWER And Best W/ishes For A Happy And Prosperous Business Enterprise In Our Community First Trust & Savings Bank — Armstrong and Fenton Don's Service w CM) Don Sieinberger Hantelman , Building Service »...,.-,,!=_&. ', " ~ ' Dr. W. W. Jolley, D. 0. Zumach's Cafe Meals — Lunches — Dairy Sweet Fenfon Drug Paul Eigler Jergensen Lockers Quality Meats Weisbrod D-X Fenton Theatre Oliver Stoeber Dr. E. W. Ruske Dentist Dick's Groceries Meats & Produce Weisbrod Implement John Deere E. K, Johnson Livestock Buyer B. & W, Chevrolet Don Boevers Widdel Thompson Yards x Gil Scribner, Mgr. Fenton Co-Op Elevator Felco Feeds Bailey's Store John and Winifred Bailey Paul Hudson Barber McFall & Rusch Plumbing & Heating Duncan Produce Welp's Feeds Schulte Recreation Howard Schulte J. Wallace Smith All Kinds Insurance Home Cafe Leo Roy, Owner Priebe's Jack Sprat Store Fenton Co-Op Creamery John Waite, D.V.M. Vincent Votteler, P.V.M. Stoeber Hardware Ray and Wilfred Stoeber Hansen's Service Standard Oil Products FENTON-A Good Town For A Home Town!