I OCT. 27,1966 i i i Mdy Luedtke, Bride Of M >: . ' Of// 29, Shower Honoree - A miscellaneous bridal* shower was held Sunday at St.? John's Lutheran church basemfnt for Judy Luedtke. Mistress Of ceremonies for the program ; was Mrs. Ronald Chris- chilleg. the program included two vtfcal duets by Bethene Juhl and N|rtcelja'Smith; an acrobatic dance 'by Marcia thiesen; a reading by- Mr a*.Ray Priebe; a vocal solo b| Rita.Ltiedtke; and Judy's sister/ Susajfi, closed the program with a.Tprayer. Hostesses ..were Mrs. Ronald Chrisdhilles; ,Mts. Paul Voigt, Mrs. ;Art Sumach, Mrs. Clarence Zumach, Mrs. Bill Zumach, Mrs. Melv'itt Thlesen, Mrs. Pete Koencky Mrs* Sylvester Hainzinger> Mrs. Arno Juhl, Mrs. Ray Priebe, Mrs. Willard Menz, Mrs. .Victor Struecker, Mrs. Fred . Greinert, Mrs. Mervin Jentz, v Mrs. Larry Alt, Mrs. Herbert Krause, Mrs. Harvey Henriksen, Mrs; Omar Lenning, Mrs. * Florence Saxton, Mrs. Ed Meyer,. Mrs. v Robert Krause, Mrs.-TRUeben Luedtke, Mrs. Waltamar laage, Mrs. Ed Luedtke, Mrs. ;#rt Priebe, Mrs. Lloyd Sundej'JMrs. Walter Jentz,'Mrs. Harol<i Elmers, Mrs. Bill Hantel- man, Mrs. Marvin Acker son, Mrs. Ervin Luedtke and Mrs. Arvite Christ. Miss Luedtke will be married to Jerry Betterman of Minneapolis on Saturday, Oct. 29, at 2:00 p. m. at St. John's Lutheran church.in Fenton. Junior Play At Sentral On Nov. 4-5 FENTON - The Sentral junior class play, "All In The Family" will be presented to the public in the Sentral High gymnasium at 8 p. m. on Friday, Nov. 4, and Saturday evening, Nov. 5. Tickets are now on sale by junior class members. There will also be tickets sold at the door the two nights of the performances. Theodore Hatlen, author of the play, asks the question, "Can a teenager solve family problems V The teenage hero, played by Dennis Eldridge, is a genius and thinks he can. Father is See the NEW 1967 T-V in Color or Black & White NOW ON DISPLAY THE ZENITH LINE HAS A CHOICE OF 28 MODELS • Console or Portable • Your Choice, Screen Sizes • Priced For Your Pocketbook SEE THEM NOW AT MORTENSEN T-V FENTON, IOWA Phone 889-2811 portrayed by Robert Krause. The wife is played by Susan Blanchard. Other members of the cast include Joel Priebe, Margo Rusch, Renee Hantelman, Terry Brekke, Owen Kerber, Craig Borchardt, Jill Blanchard, Rachel Gade, Kathy Merril and Delon Jentz. Director of the play is Mr. Burkmeyer and student director is Martin Berk' land. - o - BAND IS WINNER The Sentral Community School marching band concluded another successful season by winning a division one rating in the State M&iihing Band contest held at Estherville on Saturday, Oct. 22. Seventy band members participated, competing with nine other Class C schools. This was Sentral's first entrance In the State Marching Band contest competition. The band also participated in the Iowa State University Band Day and the Algona Band Festival. - o - P.T.A. CONFERENCES Monday, Nov. 7, is parent- teacher conference day in all Sentral Community schools. School will not be in session. Conference schedules will be sent home with the students. Fifteen minutes will be allowed for each conference. Report cards for the grades, kindergarten through sixth, will be sent home with the students Wednesday, Nov. 2, and are to be returned to the teachers at the conference time. Report cards for the junior high and high school students will be given to the parents at the time of the conference. - o- Brent and Sonya Dreyer, children of the Roger Dreyers, visited last week at the home of Ida Dreyer and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Walker, while their parents moved to their new home in Sioux City. On Sunday the Walkers, Mrs. Dreyer and Nadine Weisbrod took the children home. Nadine is a student at Morningside College there. Mrs. Dreyer and the Walkers returned home on Monday. SW E ETS FOR STEERS A sweet protein supplement will keep those feeder cattle "eager eaters" every diy. Ftlco Sweet 30-30 Is outstanding for feed efficiency and weight acceleration since it Is 30% protein and 30% molasses in soft pellet form. Felco Sweet 30-30 is available with either 5 or 10 mg. of Stilbesterol per pound for quick gains, or with ISO gr. or 250 gr. Terramycin per ton for 'helping new cattle adjust to feed lot conditions. Stop In Tomorrow FENTON CO-OP ELEVATOR Anothtr 100% farmer Owned ffiCO Cooptrotlt* MANHATTEN DRESS SHIRT WHITE - LONG SLEEVE - WASH N' WEAR OR A HANSON BATHROOM SCALE WITH EVERY TON OF GOLDEN SUN CATTLE SUPPLEMENT OR WITH 3 TON MORGAN JONES INSULAIRE BLANKET DOUBLE BED SIZE - 7 COLORS THIS OFFER GOOD FROM NOV. 1ST THRU DEC. 17TH, 1966 FENTON PRODUCE Publ!*h»d If Thi Upp«f D0* Me!«*t • PubllnWna to., Alflona, tewa | JOAN §Otl!NOM * N*wt tdttdt 5 § -.'/• •:V Allen Hantelman, son of the Arnold Hantelmans, left Monday morning from Emmetsburg along with three other Palo Alto youth for induction into the United States Army. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Beck spent the weekend in Des Moines visiting with their two daughters, Doris and Irene and their son and his wife, the Donald Becks. Sunday evening supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Hantelman and family were Jean Kunkel of Algona, Bill Hassel and Mr. and Mrs. Norman Bellinger and girls. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Stahl of Houston, Tex., left for their home early this week after spending several days with Mrs. Stahl's mother, Mrs. Rose Krause. They were here to attend the funeral" of Mr. Krause. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Bellinger and girls visited Friday evening with the Eulan Schuller famHy at Titonka. The 500 Birthday Club met last Monday evening at the home of Mrs. Kenneth Krause. High prize went to Mrs. Larry Ramus and Mrs. Larry Gade took low. Names for secret sisters and months to serve for next year were drawn. Plans were started for the New Year's Eve party which the group sponsors every year at the Fenton Community Center. Mrs. Bernie Kramer and Mrs. Gerald Langerman are co-chairmen for this year's activities. There were no October birthdays. The group meets next month at the home of Mrs. Larry Ramus. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Weisbrod spent the weekend in Iowa City with their daughter and son-in- law, the Garry Bleckwenns. They also visited in Des Moines with Peggy Voigt who teaches in Norwalk, la. Mrs. Harold Geronsin of St. Louis spent last week visiting in the Ray Priebe and Dale Weisbrod home. Tania Berkland, daughter of the Stan Berklands, was honored Sunday at a party for her fifth birthday. Guests included Mr. and Mrs. Steven Berkland, Mr. and Mrs. David Berkland and family, Tim Berkland, Mr. and Mrs. Larry ^ Alt, Mr. and Mrs. Art Krause" and Minnie Dreyer. •< On Monday afternoon she was honored with another party. Guests then were Mrs. Burnett Heine, Troy and Tony; Mrs. James Meyer and Mark; Mrs. Bernie Kramer, Brenda and Todd; Mrs. Larry Ramus and Denise; and Mrs. Norman Bellinger and Kristine. Recent guests of the William Hantelmans in honor of Susan's birthday were Mr. and Mrs. Paul Eigler, Mr. and Mrs. Emil Bierstedt, Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Borchardt and Brent, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Hantelman and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bruhn. Sunday callers were Mr. and Mrs. Hilbert Hantelman, Mankato, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Merle Flint and family, Ringsted; Mr. and Mrs. John Struecker; Mrs. Ray Dreyer; and Rev. and Mrs. Rex Spicer and family. The Hantelman's daughter, Mary, who attends SCI at Cedar Falls and Becky, who attends Emmetsburg Junior College were also horns for the weekend. Susan left Sunday afternoon enroute back to Yahe, Nigeria. She plans to spend several days in London, arriving back in Nigeria and at her work on Nov. 1. W.S.C.S. Plans A Turkey Supper FENTON - The Helen circle of the Fenton Methodist church met on Thursday at the home of , Mrs. Clarence Osborn. Plans for the turkey supper to be held on Monday, Nov. 7, were completed. Tickets are available from any W.S.C.S. member. Plans for sending Christmas packages to the boys of the congregation that are in the armed services were also completed, Mrs. Wilfred Stoeber was in charge of the program and was assisted by Mrs. Warren Jones and Mrs. Clarence Underwood. FENTON CAFE SATURDAY NIGHT Serving from 5 to 7 p. m. Barbecued Ribs Salad Baked Potatoes Vegetable Homemade Breads Drink $1.25 SUNDAY NOON Serving from 11:30 to 1:30 Roast Beef Baked Ham Fried Chicken Complete Dinners We will be closed to the public from 5 p. m. to 7;30 p. m. Friday evening, Oct. 28, (82*) Final Rites At Fenton For Alvina Fuhr FENTON - Funeral services were held Wednesday atSt. John's Lutheran church at Fenton for Mrs. Alvina Helgens Fuhr, age C7. Mrs. Fuhr died late Saturday, Oct. 22, at Holy Family hospital in Estherville after being in poor health for several months. Rev. Rex Spicer officiated, with burial in the church cemetery. Thomas Funeral Home was in charge of the arrangements. Pallbearers were Lloyd and Gilbert Bleckwenn, John and Gene Wegener, Walter Peril and Robert Krause. Mrs. Fuhr was born Jan. 6, 1899 in Fenton twp. 'She was married on April 8, 1931 to John Fuhr of Fenton. They lived in Fenton and operated a restaurant here for many years until retirement. Mr. Fuhr passed away last year. Mrs. Fuhr is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Frank Thilges (Helen) of Fenton and Mrs. Arnold Laabs (Rose Mary), also of tliunday, October 27, 1M6 Fenton. There are seven grandchildren. She is also survived by one sister, Mrs. Vernona Nielsen of Algona. - 100* Watson Knight, former resident and mayor of Woodward now living in Perry, celebrated his 100th birthday on October 2nd. HERE'S HOW 1 MAN DOES THE WORK OF 3 with a Brady Model 144 4-Row Chopper • Pull your tandem disc behind the Brady 4-Row Chopper and do the entire job at one time. • One man can chop and disc up to 100 acres per day. • You do a better job of plowing. Stalks will be finely pulverized and not windrowed or bunched. • You can pull the 4-Row Chopper and disc with your 4-5 plow tractor. • Excellent for clipping idle acres and pastures. • One pass thru the field and you're ready to plow. • Why tie up 2 men and 2 tractors and take twice as long when one man and one tractor will do the entire job. COME IN NOW . . . AND TAKE A GOOD LOOK AT THE BRADY MODEL 144 4-ROW CHOPPER . . . IT'S A REAL WORKHORSE1 WEISBROD IMPLEMENT CO. FENTON, IOWA URCMILDNEEDS Start a savings program for your children while they are still young. Then as they grow, so will their savings. Make your child's future secure . . . open an insured savings account today. FIRS T TRUST dW SAVINGS F.D.I.C. BANK ARMSTRONG OFFICi AvFENTON in other words . . . income extender Cost of Electricity Cut Again! The electric bills of approximately 86% of our urban residential customers will be smaller due to our recent rate reduction — the eighth reduction since 1936. They'll save a total of $875,000! With the rising cost of living these days,/^, IB •in other words important economy B m • instant energy iowa electric light and power company .*£ <-S»(S* "
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