• APRIL 12, 1966 i I i Japanese Farmer Arrives For Month Visit, Fenton Ten young Japanese farmers will arrive in Des Moines on April 9 to participate in the Iowa Farm Bureau's Japanese farm trainee program. This is the third consecutive year that Farm Bureau has sponsored this program in Iowa. During their stay in Iowa, the trainees will take a month away from the farms for educational trips in the state and throughout the nation. The host farm families for this year's trainees include: Mr. and Mrs. Homer Ferguson of Oskaloosa, Mr. and Mrs. Ward Handorf of Gladbrook, Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Hill of Dysart, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Joslin of Mln- burn, Mr. and Mrs. John Morris of Columbus Junction, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Pettinger of Chariton, Mr. and Mrs. John Ruger of Fenton, Mr. and Mrs. Warren Severs of Clarksville. Mrs. Lyle Newel Nominee For Club Woman Award FENTON - Mrs. Lyle Newel is the Fenton Town and Country Women's Club nominee for the Diamond Jubilee Jewel. Mrs. Newel is the daughter of Rev. and Mrs. F. C. Preul, a retired Methodist minister, and the niece of Rev. Louis H. Preul, who served as Algona District Superintendent for five years. Mr. and Mrs. Newel have one son in college and two daughters, one in high school and one in junior high. They belong to the Fenton Methodist church. She enjoys people, traveling, camping, knitting, sewing and reading. Mr. Newel is a farmer and Ruth helps him with the field work often. Mrs. Newel was instrumental in forming the Fenton Town and Country Woman's club in 1949 and was it's first president, and has held other elective offices. She is a past president of the Women's Society of Christian Service and held that office for four years, has held many other elective offices in the W. S. C.S. and is now a circle chairman. She is a former Superintendent of church schools, including primary, high school, and adult departments. Mrs. Newel has been a teacher in the Sentral Community schools and is at present serving as a substitute teacher. She is currently a member of the Band Mothers and has helped in many MRS. LYLE NEWEL other community activities. We quote Mrs. Newel as saying, "I enjoy Woman's Club work because of the privilege it gives me to reach beyond myself, to be part in the world wide Federation of concerned women." 30 At Fenton Easter Youth Breakfast FENTON - The MYF held its annual Easter sunrise service on Sunday at 6:30 a. m. with a breakfast for the 30 MYF and college youth who were home RAINY SEASON WOES? Need Tinsmithing Work Done? Have Spouts Need Replacing? Gutters Falling Apart ? JUST TO REMIND YOU THAT WE OPERATE A COMPLETE TINSMITH SERVICE. McFall Plumbing - Heating - Appliance In Friendly Fenton for Easter vacation. - o - Mr. and Mrs. Art Voigt, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Voigt and family, Mr. and Mrs. Derwood Voigt and family, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Weisbrod, all of Fenton, and Mr. and Mrs. Garry Bleckwenn of Iowa City, and Nadlne Weisbrod of Sioux City were Easter dinner guests at the Arlo Volgts In Grove City, Minn. Easter weekend visitors In the Dale Weisbrod home were Peggy Voigt of Cedar Falls, Mr. and Mrs. Garry' Bleckwenn of Iowa City and Nadine Weisbrod of Sioux City. Seniors Ready Sentral Play For April 21 FENTON - The 1066 Senior Class Hay will be presented at the Sentral Gym on April 21 at 8:00 p. m. The two act comedy by Ira Levin is entitled, "No Time For Sergeants". The play is a situation comedy about a mountain boy from Georgia. This boy, Will, is drafted into the army and gets himself, innocently of course, Into a lot of trouble because he is "different from town folk." Well, it isn't so much that he's innocent exactly, it's more that he's naive to the ways of the world and people like Sergeant King take advantage of him. The first night in the barracks for example an inductee calls, "Beds is strange to plowboys, he's used to sleeping with the hogs!" Will's answer to this is a fist and he says, "No more muscle than a rabbit - livin' in town, that's what does it - they stay up till close on to 10:00 every night I Eat all them fancy foods like orange juice. Surprises me they have what little strength they does." From this you might suspect that Will had a hard time getting through basic. The cast for the play is as follows: Phillip Ruger as Will, Rodney Jensen as his Pa, Dennis Uthof - Draftsman, Brian Menz- Irvin Blanchard, Ivadelle Tietz Rosabella, Allan Marlow - Ben Whitledge, DuWayne Luedtke Sergeant King, Ivan Tietz, Duana Seegebarth, Cheryl Krause, Brian Menz, Dennis Uthof, Rodney Jensen and Perry Elmers as Army officers and Judy Kraft as a Senator. The crew includes Janet Hammerstrom as the student director, set crew are Duane DeSart and Allen Hantelman, Sound crew are Ronnie Brekke and Perry Elmers, Lighting crew are Marlene Smith and Phyllis Cherland, Make-up crew are Jill Jensen and Sharon Harson, house manager is Pat Ruhnke and ushers are Linda Knoll and Pat Hutzell. The play is under the direction of Mr. Burkmierer. Easter Sunday dinner guests of the Clifford Douglas's were Mr. and Mrs. Merle Voigt and family, Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Mueller and family, Peggy and Lois Voigt of Cedar Falls, and Arlen Steigen of Waterloo. Easter weekend guests of Dr. and Mrs. Ernest Ruske were Mr. and Mrs. Ward Ruske, Renee and Eric of Le Grange Highlands, HI., and Mr. Lynn Ruske of Madison, Wise. PASTURED PIGS GAIN WITH BALANCER Utilizing pasture to promote pork gains is a good practice in the summer months. Taking advantage of pasture in your market hog management during May, June and July is just plain good sense when you add Felco 40% Hog Balancer to the grain ration. Felco 40% Hog Balancer is high in vitamins and antibiotic protection so when the pastures dry up in August, your hogs go back to dry-lot supplement feeding in the best possible shape. They'll soon be ready for that early fall market that makes you bigger hog profits. FENTON CO-OP ELEVATOR Anolhtt 100% farmtr Owntd ffLCO Cooptrofir* Richard Shaw Is Boys State Representative RICHARD SHAW FENTON - Richard Shaw, Sentral high school Junior and son of the Don Shaws, Fenton, has been selected as the American Legion's delegate to the 1966 Boy's State. Richard is a member of the Sentral Band, chorus, football, basketball, and track teams, a member of the Student Council and a class officer. He is an active member of the Methodist Youth Fellowship and sings with the Fenton Methodist church youth choir. Selected as alternate was Ervin Root, also a Sentral junior and the son of Mrs. Opal Root. Annual Election Held By Fenton Methodist WSCS FENTON - The Women's Society of Christian Service met Thursday at the Fenton Metho dist church with Mrs. Lester Weisbrod leading the devotions. Mrs. Russell Eldridge had charge of the lesson. The World Banks were turned in at the meeting. It was noted that the Annual Conference would be held on May 4 at Storm Lake. 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Election of officers was held with the following results: President, Mrs. Merle Vblgt; vice* president, Mrs. Wilfred Laabs; recording secretary, Mrs. Clarence Osborn; treasurer, Mrs. Dale Weisbrod; secretary of Christian Social Relations, Mrs. Eugene Huskamp, campus ministry, Mrs. Clifford Douglas; Membership Cultivation, Mrs. Esther Frank; Missionary Education Service and Missionary Personnel, Mrs. Charles Lovejoy, Program Materials, Mrs. Arlo Ranney, Spiritual Live Cultivation, Mrs. Ed Reimers; secretary of supply work, Mrs. Fred Mortensen; Local church activities chairman, Mrs. Dale Voigt and Associate chairman, Mrs. Derwood Voigt. Circle presidents are Mrs. Lyle Newel, Mrs. Wendel Rusch and Mrs. Clarence Arbogast. Hostesses for the afternoon were Mrs. Roy Chrischilles, Mrs. Rex Wolfe and Mrs. Clifford Douglas. - o- . ST. LUKE'S AID St. Luke's Ladles Aid of Fairville met on Wednesday with Rev. Bliss leading the opening devotions. Mrs. Winston Kerber led the topic, "Preparing for Your Ministry." April 25 was set as the date for the Mother Daughter Banquet. A committee was selected to look into materials and cost of new altar cloths. More plans and discussion were made for the Mission Fair. Hostesses for the afternoon 1 were Mrs. Orville Weiner and Mrs. Gene Wegener. - o - Mrs. IdaDreyer, Mr. and Mrs. 'I shampoo my rugs for 1* a foot! W " H BLUE ' LUSTRE CARPET SHAMPOO RENT shampooer only $1 Wall-to-wall or spots and paths, Blue Lustre brilliantly cleans finest carpets, leaves nap open and fluffy. EASYDuti vacuum, shampoo, let dry, re-vacuum. No messy residue of powder or soap. SAFE as water for finest fabrics (upholstery, too!). 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Mr. and Mrs. Norman Bellinger and girls were Friday evening pests of the Wayne Bellingers of Lone Rock. Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Hantelman and Sandra traveled to Fowler, HI., to spend the Easter weekend with their daughter and family, the Don Berrymans. Sentrol F.T.A. Elects; Gary Rath, President FENTON - The Future Teachers of America met last Monday, April 4. The program included a talk given by Jill Jensen, "A Young Man's View of the Teaching Profession." Reports on the State FTA Convention were given by Randa Hansen and Phyllis Cherland, Mary Lou Larsen reported on 1964's Teacher of the Year. Officers were elected for the 1966-67 school year. They are as follows: Presi- APRIL PECIA dent, Gary Rath, vice-president, Robert Krause; secretary, Mary Lou Lateen; Treasurer, Mike Jackson; parliamentarian, Lennie Hassel, and historian reporter, Kathy Schadendorf. Officers will be installed at next month's meeting, May 2. On May 2, at 7:30 p. m., the FTA will host a tea for all 8th, 9t$ 10th and llth grade students who are Interested in becoming teachers and wish to join the FTA. There will be' entertainment and refreshments in addition to the meeting. All interested students are urged to attend. Who cares WHETHER YOU HAVE A MESS WHEN YOU PAINT? WE DO! That 1 s why we suggesf — Deluxe Non-Slick Teflon ROLLING PIN With Knueklt-Pruf* Handln Extra long-features handles which bencfto an "up-angle" po- sitlon-allows mora knuckle room as you work. 1214 inch length charcoal black aluminum barrel rolls smoothly while handles stay still. A handy plastic hang-up bag com. pletes this bargain package. 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