JUNE 10, 1965 56 On Sentral Honor Roll ii Get Straight 'A' Average In Semester FENTON - The second semester honor roll for Sentral Community school of Fenton lists 56 junior high and high school students with no grades lower than a B. Eight students received straight A's during the semester. They were Dennis Dahl, David Frink and Becky Hantelman, seniors; Gary Rath, sophomore; Martin Berkland and Mary Ellen Ditsworth, freshmen; and David Marlow and Linda Ullensvang, eighth grade. Those on the B-plus honor roll are Marilyn Alt, Mark Berkland, David Eldridge, Dennis Gross, Jim Hartman, Michael Hassel, Lynn Menke, Elaine Schlei, Marly n Steinberger, Tim Struecker, Bonnie Wehrspan, Nadine Weisbrod, and Carl Zumach, seniors; Janelle Bailey, Phyllis Cherland, Judy Kraft, John Luedtke and Jim Wiener, juniors; Kathryn Bierstedt, Mary Lou Larsen, Rita Luedtke, Mary Mlenke, Janell Newbrough, Ervin Root, Richard Shaw and Candace Vaudt, sophomores; Susan Blanchard, Gene Hartman, and Teresa Voigt, freshmen; James Bollig, Theresa Kennedy, Cynthia Lockwood, Steven Schlei and Paula Wiener, eighth grade; and Jerome Bailey, Keven Brace, Bruce Gerhart, Peggy Kauffman, Diane Luedtke, Linda Sunde and Mark Voigt, seventh grade. Students receiving straight B's during the last half of the school year are Judy Hammerstrom, Shirley Ohnemus and Nancy Walker, seniors; Janet Hammerstrom, Alan Luedtke and Diane Pompe, Juniors; and Owen Kerber, freshman. - o - Mr. and Mrs. Jim Harris of Goleta, Calif., spent a week in Fenton visiting relatives and friends. She is a granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Warner, who now reside at the Turner Nursing Home in Armstrong. On Sunday they took the Warners to visit with Mrs. Otto Ohm inEstherville. Decoration Day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Morten- 10-Alsona, (la.) Upper D«» Moln«i Thurtday, Jun« 10, 1965 son wrp Mr. and Mrs. Sam Warner of Armstrong and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Harris of Goleta, Calif. Guests at the home of Mrs. Bernard Kramer Friday afternoon for Shelly's fifth birthday were Mrs. Jerald Waite, Tammy and Jeff; Mrs. Stan Berkland and Tania; Mrs.Roger Frink; Mrs. Kenny Krause and children; Mrs. Vic Dreyer and girls; Mrs. Norman Bollinger and girls; and Mrs. Donald Hatnz,inger, Shelly and Kim. Dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Arno Juhl Sunday in honor of Dawson's confirmation at St. John's Lutheran church, Depew, were Mrs. Elmer Nalg of Enmetsburg; Mr. and Mrs. Darrl Dreyer and boys of Oelwein; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Naig and boys of Ringsted; Mr. and Mrs. Ron Berkland and Scott of Cylinder; Mr. and Mrs. Ken Evenson of Mason City; and Mr. and Mrs. Allen Juhl and family of Waseca, Minn. Afternoon visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Allen Fanning and family and Mr. and Mrs. Gaylord Naig and family of Emmetsburg; Mr. and Mrs. Charley Nalg and family Mr. and Mrs. Richard Naig and girls, and Rev. and Mrs. Oliver Johnson and family, all of Cylinder; Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Smith and family of Graettinger; Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Naig and family of Ruthven; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dreyer and Jayne of Lone Rock; Mr. and Mrs. Harry Haase, Mrs. Pete Hayenga, Mrs. Lloyd Sunde, Linda and Roger; and Mr. and Mrs. Bud Gross and girls and David Edmonds of Phoenix, Ariz. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Stucki and family of Spencer spent the weekend in Fenton visiting their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Marion Stucki and Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Stoeber. Mrs. MaynardNemitz returned to the Turner Nursing Home in Armstrong last week after being hospitalized at Iowa City for about three weeks. Her birthday will be Saturday, June 12, and friends have suggested a card shower. The vacation Bible School of St. John's Lutheran church, Fenton, will hold a closing program on Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Bollinger and girls visited Mrs. C. C. Gushing at Fairmont during Memorial Day weekend. Mr. and Mrs. William Bruhn were Sunday evening visitors at the Evert Broesder home in Algona. Guests at the Burnett Heine home Friday afternoon for a birthday party for Robin's seventh birthday were Marcia Meyer, Barbara Burkgren, Linda Tieman, Cheryl Uthof, Melanie Walte, Margene Henriksen and Nancy Johnson. Friday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Burnette Heine were Mr. and Mrs. Gerhard Hantelman and Mr. and Mrs. Merle Voigt and family. Mrs. Arnold Laabs and girls, Mrs. Wilfred Laabs and Fern, and Amanda Schutt of Fenton, and Mrs. Leo Klnnetz of Emmetsburg attended graduation exercises at Blue Earth for Judy Sorenson on Thursday. They were guests after graduation In the Marcell Sorenson home. Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Stoeber and Wayne and Mr. and Mrs. Marion Stucki and Dennie were Wednesday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Stucki of Spencer, for a joint party in honor of Julie Stucki's birthday and a farewell for Dennis, who leaves soon for the Air Force. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Vaux of Fairmont spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Louis Weisbrod. Jacquelyn Jo and Diana Lynn Otto, granddaughters of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schulte, are staying with their grandparents for two weeks. The girls live at DeWitt, Iowa. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schulte were Mr. and Mrs. Bud Prive and boys of Hutchlnson, Minn., and Mr. and Mrs. Chris Templln of Hackensack, Minn. Mrs.Tem- plln is a sister of Mrs. Schulte and the Templins were guests there until Tuesday. Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Haase were Mr. and Mrs. Ben Hayenga of Marysville, California. Mr. and Mrs. Bud Gro'ss,' Cheryl and Marcia, and David Edmonds of Phoenix, Ariz., arrived at the Haase home Sunday for a two weeks visit. Marcia plans to stay with her grandparents all summer. Mr. and Mrs. Frank McFall and Mrs. Wendell Rusch spent the weekend In Cedar Rapids at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Weiske, where they attended the confirmation of the McFall's grandson, Kent Weiske. On their return they were ace- COOKOUT WITH KRAFT THURSDAY, FRIDAY & SATURDAY, JUNE 10-11-12 KRAFT MUSTARD Horseradish or Plain I for Ik GUS GLASER ALL-MEAT WI 2 pkgs. 98c NERS KRAFT PRESERVES STRAWBERRY, PEACH & GRAPE 18 oz. Tumblers 2 for MIRACLE WHIP 39c qt. CHEEZ WHIZ 16 oz. 59c CHARCOAL 10 Ib. bog 55' KRAFT JELLY APPLE & GRAPE 18 oz. Tumblers 2 for 69c SUNBEAM 8-PAK Coneys & Hamburger BUNS-2for45c Kraft B.B.Q. 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Aid Is Making Hospital Supplies FENTON - The Ladles Aid of St. John's Lutheran church met Wednesday afternoon in the church bassment. Mrs. Lucille Norland, chairman of the sewing project for Nigeria, reported on progress made so far. Two afternoons, May 10 and 17, were spent at the church basement making hospital supplies, while others have contributed from home. Rev. Rex Spice'r continued a study of the church liturgy. Hostesses were Mrs. Willard Menz, Mrs. James Meyer and Miss Lizzie Meyer. Dining room hostesses were Mrs. Lena Luedtke and Mrs. Ervin Krause. Present Pin to FENTON - At the first meeting- of the new year for the Women's Society of Christian .Service Thursday afternoon at flie Fenton Methodist church, the new president, Mrs. Merle Voigt, presented a past president's pin to Mrs. Lyle Newel. Mrs. Fred Mortenson led devotions and the lesson was presented by Mrs. Derwood Voigt. Special music was provided by Nadine Weisbrod, who sang "The Lord's Prayer." Circle reorganization meetings were held after the business meeting was adjourned. Hostesses were Mrs. Clayton Ditsworth, Mrs. Warren Jones, and Mrs. Eugene Huskamp. Gives Report To Fairville Aid FENTON - Mrs. Edwin Greinert reported Thursday afternoon to the Ladies Aid of St. Luke's Lutheran church, Fairville, on the Lutheran Home Finding Society of Ft. Dodge. The lesson, "Forgiveness Without Repentance?" was given by Rev. Clifford Bliss. Lou Weisbrods Of Fenfon Wed 64 Years Mr. and Mrs. Louis Weisbrod of Fenton observed their 64th wedding anniversary June 6. They were married in 1901 in Hurt, Iowa by the Rev. B. J. Lemke. Mrs. Weisbrod is the former Minnie Widdel. The couple has lived in the Fenton neighborhood all of their lives. Weisbrod often tells about the early days when he and his brothers farmed and hunted wolves where the town of Fenton now stands. Mr. and Mrs. Weisbrod farmed for several years following their marriage and then moved to town where he went to work for the Fenton Creamery. Later he was custodian of the Fenton school for 25 years, retiring in 1952. Mrs. Weisbrod recently celebrated her 82nd birthday and Weisbrod will note his 87th birthday in August, They maintain their own home in Fenton. The Weisbrods are parents of three daughters with Mrs. Annette Vaux of Fairmont the only one living. There are four grandchildren and seven great- grandchildren. Shower Honors For Fentonite Recently Wed FENTON - A newlywed's shower for Mr. and Mrs. Roger Baker was held Saturday evening in the Fenton Community center. Mrs. Baker is the former Judy Geitzenauer of Fenton, and the couple was married March 13 in Maryland. Baker is in the Navy. There were about 85 guests present, and the evening was . spent playing 500. High prizes : were won by Mrs. Otto Wich- (tendahi and Wayne Boettcher. Hostesses for the evening we re e Mesdantes Rptiert "Loss of i, Norman Finnestad/ Amos Finnestad, Lawrence Geitzenauer, Harry Haase, Donna Schiltz, Kenneth Bellinger, Rudy Hanover, Fred Mortenson, Larry Alt, Don Shaw, Wayne Boettcher, Edwin Wichtendahl, ErvinGrem- mels, Gene Tietz, Ed Tietz, Marion Stucki, Leo Ramus, Glenn Householder, Marvin Luedtke, Wilfred Laabs and Bill Hantelman. Baker left on Monday for Norfold, Virginia, where he has been transferred by the Navy. Mrs. Baker will remain in Fenton with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Geitzenauer, until further plans are made. Diane Helland Is Simpson Grad FENTON - Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Helland attended graduation exercises on Sunday, May 30, for their, daughter, Diane, at Simpson College, Indianola, Iowa. There were about 150 graduates receiving their degrees on the campus quadrangle. Miss Helland received her bachelor of arts degree in psychology. HNTQN, IQWA (AMERICAN) ~ PROVED... ON OVER 150,000 FARMS! 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