The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 20, 1966 · Page 11
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4~Alfl*mi (la.) Upptr Dw M»ln*i thvrtday, January 20, 1 -^^ : ^"^-^- : - .IJL-I — TJ u_ -J_ -LI '" -J_J-..: -' -_|| -1L _L-fl 1 JL- -^" 1 -m_ _- _ Annual Election Held By Seneca Blakjer Church SENECA - The annual meeting of the Blakjer Congregation vas held on Monday, Jan. 10, at the church. Henry Looft, chairman, presided at the meeting, which opened with devotions by Melrin Bratrud. The chairman expressed a vote of thanks to Mrs. Cheryl Glasnapp of Ringsted, parish secretary, for preparing the reports. The statistical report was presented by Mr. Looft. The secretary, Ted Jensen, and the treasurer, Martin Wilberg, each presented their reports. The group voted a contribution to the Okoboji Bible Camp at Spirit Lake, but voted against a membership in the Emmetsburg Lutheran Home at Emmetsburg. Election of officers for 1966 followed with Henry Looft being re-elected as chairman; Ray Bergum, vice chairman; Ted V. Jensen, secretary; Martin Wilberg, treasurer; John Johannesen, board of education for three years. Gaylord Olsen resigned from the board of education and Elmer Krause was elected to complete the remaining two years. Others elected included David Looft and Henry Wilberg, auditors; Mrs. Henry Looft, communion set; Henry Looft, sexton; Iowa District Convention delegates, August Nelson, wlthMelvin Bratrud as alternate; Waldorf College Corporation delegates, Larry Johannesen, Julian Caerland, with David Looft as alternate. The organist is to be hired by the trustees and the ushers appointed by the chairman of the congregation. The Blakjer church is presently nittout the services of a regular pastor, but services are held ever- Sunday •aith pastors being supplied from Waldorf College at Forest City. - o - 4-H PARENTS XIGHT Seneca Progressive Farmer's 4-H Club held their Parent's Night at the Lone Rock Legion hall Monday evening, Jan. 10. Ray Bergum welcomed the pests and introduced 4-Hmembersvno had received special honors during the past year. These included Lowell Mueller, Tom Lynch and Brian Johnson. Roger Jensen introduced his son, Rodney, uto was the recipient of a Chicago trip, and explained how these honors might be achieved. Angus Cotton of Lone Rock, guest speaker of the evening, told of his recent trip to Japan where he spent three weeks visiting various points of interest. HEAP BIG DIFFERENCE ON YOUR INCOME TAX Palefaces make heap big changes in taxes BOTH this year. If you no FEDERAL •fBV An r»c»rvarinn. • ••>. stay on reservation, ANO you take tax to »•*»• BLOCK. Save you $TATI time, worry .., perhaps much wampum, too. LIFE ouoronl»» occvrot* pr»porotio« Amtriea's Largtst Tax Service witti Ovtr 100 OffieM 108 North Moore ALGONA, IOWA Week D«yt — 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. PHONE 295-7031 NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY I Among parents enjoying the courtesy were the Amey Cherlands, Maurice Weisfcrods, Henry Wilbergs, Claude Johnsons, Fred Johaitneseos, Wayne Nymans, John Nymans, Wayne Lynchs, Robert Lynchs, Art Ber- gums, Delmar Fischers, the Raymond Bergums and the Roger Jensens. . o - Seneca Modern Mirers honored their husbands at an evening party at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Wilberg on Tuesday, Jan. 4. Co-hostesses included Mrs. Robert Burt, Mrs. Joe Madden, Mrs. Richard Bauer, Mrs. Herbert Krause, Mrs. Wayne Ohnemus and Mrs. Henry Looft. Mrs. John Johannesen was the honored birthday member. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wilberg and Dennis were co-hosts with Mr. and Mrs. Manno Pletersen at the Peitersen home at Ringsted at a family get-to-gether last Saturday evening honoring their son, Vernoa, who is in the Air Corps, and the Peitersen son, Lt. and Mrs. Peitersen and family of Mt, Holly, New Jersey. Kathy Merrill has been a recent guest at the home of her grandparents, the C. O. Baileys, Seneca, while she was recuperating from a tonstlectomy. Last Wednesday guests of Mrs. Henrietta Thompson were her brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bargman of Des Moines and Mrs. William Bargman of West Bend. The Everett Withams enjoyed a visit from their children and families during the holiday season. The Robert Thiels came from Sioux Falls, Mr. and Mrs. Pete Helmers and son from North Aurora, m., Mr. and Mrs. Norman Watson, Troy Grove, El., and Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Schlesinger and three children of Paw Paw, El. The Seneca Thursday Club will meet at the home of Mrs. Ervin Votteler on Thursday afternoon, Jan. 27. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Yunge- berg of Algona were last week callers at the Everett Withams. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Johannesen and Debbie left Friday morning for Milwaukee, where they will visit their daughter and husband, the Jay Fulwilers, and meet their first grandchild, Steven Erik, who was born on Dec. 28. Mrs. Delmar Fischer spent several days following the holidays with her daughter and family, the Larry Menzs, at . Swisher, Iowa. ; ( r t. ? Mrs. Melvin Danielson of Dolliver and Mrs. Mildred Opsal of Armstrong were Friday afternoon callers at the Henry Loofts. Mrs. Danielson and Mrs. Looft are co-workers on the radio program, presented over K3CD Spencer every Sunday morning. Mrs. Everett Witham attended the 4-Corners Mothers and Daughters Club meeting recently at the Vern Walkers with Mrs. Opal Simpson of Whittemore The Friendly Store SAVE $ 30 • Table edge is of Consoweld ,.gt«Mr»v«l'»y "«„,,, .1 ,«-»., One Of Highest Priced Bulls Ever Sold Conies From Burt at 8* Milford Roppe home at SL James, Minn. Mr. and Mrs.Os*»rn*ndD»?ld spent Sunday wifli 8*ir son *nd family, the Sogsr Osborns at CarroU, Iowa. The prize long-haired dachshund female, Kati Piros, owned by Rev. John Szilvasy of den- wood, had nine puppies which is Quite a record. All nine were doing well, four males and five females. EXPERTS One of the highest valued performance-tested bolls ever sold was recently purchased by the Curtiss Breeding Service, Inc. of Gary, 111. from Toreby Farms of Burt, owned and operated by T. E. and Edith Lagerstrom, who need no introduction to county residents. The animal, pictured above, is Toreby Marshall, former herd sire of Toreby Farms. The actual purchase price was not disclosed, but was considerable. The sale took place in December. The Angus herd sire received his Golden Certified Meat Sire award on Oct. 26, 1965, through carcass evaluation of his progeny produced by closely related dams in the Lagerstrom herd. The animal is a paternal brother to the 35th Golden Certified Meat Sire, Black Tor, who is in service at Curtiss Breeding Service. The Lagerstroms have retained a breeding interest in Toreby Marshall. Two-year old sons of this meat sire are now at Toreby Farms. The Curtiss farm is one of the most famous in the world, and was originally founded by Otto Schnering of the Curtiss Candy Co. Commenting on the purchase of the new herd sire, Curtiss had this to say: "Marshall is one of the finest individuals ever to come to Curtiss, and one of the greatest to be found anywhere. His size, thickness and smoothness, with an unusually good disposition - make him one of the great ones." assisting. The group planned a supper for the mothers, fathers and daughters which will be held at the Lutheran school at Whittemore on Feb. 4. Lt. and Mrs. Darrel Peitersen and family of Mt. Holly, N. J., and Mr. and Mrs. Manno Piet- ersen of Ringsted, and Miss Jane Struecker of Minneapolis.. were Tuesday evening dinner guests of the Henry Wilbergs. The dinner honored their son A/3c Vernon Wilberg, who is home on furlough. Dr. Clifton Bruland, who was guest pastor at the Seneca Lutheran church Sunday morning, was a dinner guest of the Ted Jensens. Ted and Dr. Bruland were classmates at Luther College. Mr. and Mrs. Iver Bergum observed their 53rd wedding anniversary Wednesday evening, Jan. 12, by having their children and families in for coffee: Join- 'ing them were Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Eichenberger and family, Lakota, Mr. and Mrs. Art Bergum and family, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Bergum and family and Julia Petticord. Mr. and Mrs. Art Bergum and family were Sunday afternoon guests at the Donald Larsens, Burt. The women are sisters. Holly Krause, Candace Vaudt and Bill Hassel attended a surprise birthday party honoring Ricky Shaw at his home Saturday THE • Consoweld top is super-resistant to heat, mars, burns and liquidl • Chair & table legs have epon resin finish— no marring or chipping • MMeveling no-mar glides • Ball-bearing steel glides assure that table opens with a touch, not a tussle! OUR REGULAR LOW PRICE •159' $1.75 Ptr W*tk PayqbU Monthly NO MONEY DOWN evening. There were 13 self- invited guests. Mrs. Cecil Bailey was brought home from the Emmetsburg hospital Saturday after a week's stay there. She is feeling somewhat better, but will be recuperating for some time. Sunday dinner guests of the Calvin Vaudts included Mr. Vaudf s father, Walter Vaudt of Whittemore, also Mr. and Mrs. Donald Shaw and sons and Mrs. Esther Frank. Mr. and Mrs. David Looft and sons were Sunday dinner guests CORN • SOYBEAN : L I N I C Come To ALGONA V.F.W. HALL WEDNESDAY, FEB. 9 9 to 12 - 1 to 3:30 (Free Lunch at Noon) AND IT'S ALL FREE Save the Date and Watch This Newspaper For Details ST RONG CHURCHES.. Make Strong Communities 'Whose mouth is full of cursing and bitterness" Psalms 10:7 Nothing can be so permanently damaging as the spoken word. Whatever said, however many times apologized for, has nonetheless made a lasting impression. It cannot really be "taken back." Forever remains the fact that it was spoken. The Christian refrains from cursing and bitterness. If there is nothing good to be said, or nothing constructive, then let nothing at all be said. Paul the Apostle used this week's quotation in his Epistle to the Romans, reminding them that too many men had "destruction and misery" in their ways. If your heart is filled with bitterness or resentment, do not make haste to strike out or to destroy with the spoken word. 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