a,) fot Mftiffitt , Mdy si, Program For SentralArea . Penton — The Board of Edtea «6n of Sehtral Community School District has'decided t Continue the summer recreatioi program whfch was inaugurated Iftst year. This program will be limited . to those students who have attended Sentral Community School during the 195D- 66 school'yQar. :r Kenneth Walter will again direct the program. The program will consist ol swimming and baseball. There will be three groups of baseball players: 1. Peewees"— 12 year.l of age or younger; 2. Midgets — 15 years of age or younger; 3. High School — including present 8th grade students. Seneca students may go to either Lone Rock or Fenton for baseball. As to swimming, the Seneca and Lone Rock students will go to Swea City on Tuesdays arid Fridays and the Fenton and the Fenton students will go to Armstrong on Mondays. Girls' softball at the high school level will be played if there is enough interest. .. The summer program will begin on Monday, June 6th, and continue for eight weeks. Sttldettt InsirrHnce .. ed last fall for the school year will Be good until August 26th, This insurance Will cover both Swimfnmg and baseball as long as the activity is iiftdef the sup ervision of the school. It has been customary in past years to haVe an .B-w'eek summer music pVogfam. the same policy will be carried out again this summer. The summer program will be directed by Warren Jones. All lessons will again be givfert «t Sentral High School beginning the week of June 6th Students will be contacted and assigned a lesson tlfniJ. Independence Women Meei Independence, Township Farm Bureau Women met May 19 in the home of Mrs Dale Voigt. The meeting was opened by Mrs Ted Nelson, Chairman, and the minutes .and treasurer's reporl read by Secretary Mrs Ernest Berkland. A motion was made to donate $5 to the scholarship fund. The Farm Bureau picnic was set for the evening of June 13th at the Township Hall. Mrs Donald Root told the group the proper method of casting a valid ballot and discussed voting procedures. After refreshments a plant, root, and bulb exchange was enjoyed by all. Members present were Mesdames Ted Nelson, Clarence Underwood, Eldon R h o a d e s Donald Root, Lyndon Kerber. Earl Lufkin, Ernest Berklafnd, Bertel Berkland, Morris Mitchell. William Wiener, Clarence Arbogast and the hostess, Mrs Dale NEW! CHOPPER 6-foof chopper at a S-foof price A full 6-footer for the forage harvest and green chopping plus all a shredder can do. Big, big capacity — PTO-powered with 72 inches of rotating flails and a knif6-edged fan to double-cut the crop and keep 6 feet of swath sailing into the wagon. Loads it trigger-quick way back to the wagon corners. No fan threshing or crushing! Cuts and chops at the flails ... chops finer at the fan. Up to % more capacity than most flail choppers. It's Gehl built. .. durable, and is actually priced below most 5-foot machines. OBHL PUTS ALL THE PRICE FACTORS IN YOUR FAVOR ™ fbt entertained folfdwift'g cement exercises ih honor of Susan's graduatibft, Mr and Mrs W. B, Schmidtke of Morristown, Minn., Mr and Mrs Merle Flint, Connie and 'Nancy 6f Ringsted, •Mr and Mrs Maftiti Hantelm'an, Mi and Mrs tterhaft HahlelmSfi, Mr and MfS fi'fl firUhft, Mr and Mrs Gerald Voigt and James, Mr and Mrs Wilfred Stoeber, Mr and Mrs James Hypse, Mr and Mrs Warren Jones, Mr and Mrs Dale Weisbrod and Mrs Bernelte Heine and Robin. Mr and MM Joe;Thompson of Albuquerque 1 , Ni M. are visiting' in the Ed Bruhn home and with other relatives in this vicinity. Mr and Mrs Gerald Beavers of San Bernardino, Cal. are the parents of an 8 Ib. 12 oz. daughter born Wednesday, May 11. Mr and Mrs Charles Beaver and Mr and Mrs Curtis Olsen of Fenton are the grandparents. Mr and Mrs Robert Jacobsen of Mallard are the parents of an 8 Ib. 6 oz. daughter born Sunday, May 22 at the Emmetsburg hospital. Mr and Mrs Curtis Ol- seh of Fenton are the maternal grandparents. The arrival of the infant made a total of 61 great grandchildren for Sam Olsen. Seneca Stars Host Mothers At Breakfast Seneca — The Seneca Stars 4-H club members honored their mothers at breakfast Thursday at the Lyle England home with Mary and Barbara England as hostesses. The honored guests were presented with corsages. A program was presented. Mary Ingland welcomed the guests, larol Hannisch announced the jrogram, which consisted of joems by Bonnie Crouch, Alyce' Petersen, Jolleen Mueller, Jill Jensen, Andrea Stefanski and tfary England., Rennee Votteler sang and poems were read by Barbara England, Candace Vaudt and lolleen Smith. Mothers in attendance included Mrs Alfred Petersen and Mrs Elmer Hannisch, who are also leaders, Mrs Verle Smith, Mrs Ervin Votteler, Mrs Russel Jensen, Mrs Earl Crouch, Mrs Roy Mueller, Mrs Andrew Stefanski, Mrs Lyle England, Mrs Ted Jensen, Mrs Calvin Vaudt and Mrs Henry Looft, who was a guest. Lone Rock Girl Will Wed In Algona On June 8th 116 So. Thorington ALGONA CY 4-2421 STEEL BUILDINGS AMERICA'S FINEST LINE OF FIRST QUALITY STEEL BUILDINGS 4KHJX- STIAI9HT IIDERUIUHN9 • Strength To Last A Lifetime! • Flexibility To Fit Every Need! • Low square-foot cost for machine storage, livestock shelter, grain storage . . • Sales room, office, warehouse, and many other commercial uses. New Arrival Mr and Mrs Robert Jacobson ot Mallard are parents of a baby daughter born May 22. The little - >1 weighed 8 pounds, 6 ounces. The Jacobsens now have a family of three daughters and one son. The maternal grandparents, the Curtis Olsens, visited their daughter and new granddaughter Monday atlcrnoon and brought their grandson, Tommy, home with them for a few days visit. Mrs Everett Witham was' hostess to the Seneca Thursday club cu ntr home Thursday afternoon. 00 was played at three tables. Mrs Joe Crowley had charge of entertainment. Guests included Mrs Wayne Lynch, Mrs C. O. Bailey, Mrs Alvin Godfredsen, Mrs Elmer Witha'm and Mrs Donald Cronk. Mrs Cronk joined the club as a new member. Mrs Carrie Jensen went to Iowa City Thursday for a checkup. Mr and Mrs Alfred Peterson spent last Tuesday evening with the latter's parents, the Frank Woodbecks, at Clare. The occas- sion was the joint birthdays of the Woodbecks. Mr and Mrs Henry Mueller of Whittemore were Sunday evening guests at the Everett Witham home. , Mr and Mrs Kenneth Andre were coffee guests Wednesday avening following commencement exercises at Ringsted high school at the Walton Sorensen home honoring Mary Sorensen, who was a member of the graduation class. The Seneca Lutheran church summer vacation Bible school wil tons flock « , A g%h*uptial sho\ver was held .'forTsandra Parsons, bride-lo-be of. Robert Hutchlrisori, 1ft St. Jontt's Catholic church parlors Sunday, with about 70 guests attending. The grOufr enjoyed the afternoon by playing 5t)'0. Hostesses were: Mesdames'Mrs Sam McCleish, Emma ,Hurlburt, MerWyn Marlow,' Ralph" Thompson, Lloyd Hutchinsori," Gordon Hutchinsoh, Dafryl Householder, Danford Schmidt, Dennis, Flaig, Dennis Priebe, Jerry Bormann Bud Miller, Harlan .Marlow. Frank Mieyer, Vin Ford, Ernie Hutchinson, Lucille Seeg'ebarth, George Kissner, Eldlft Marlow, Lyle Marlow and Eddie Marlow. Sandra and Robert Will be married in the St. Cecelia's Church in Algona on June 8. Mr and Mrs Everett Hanna visited in the Alfred' Schenke home near Algona and also in the Summer Parsons home near Burt recently. Mrs Parsons recently returned from 'Rochester where she received treatment for ear trouble. Mr and Mrs Jim Long attended the wedding recently of Eldin Rath in Hutchinson, Minn. Mr and Mrs Leslie Baxter visited in the Robert Baxter and the Clarence Rhuele home, in Ruthven on Sunday. Mr and Mrs Jim Long attended the Tulip Festival in Orange City. Mi? and Mrs Duane Habegar and family and Mr and Mrs Mil ford -Mitchell visited ih the Sanford Mitchell home in West Des Moines recently. Harlan Blanchard is a patient in the Methodist hospital in Rochester where he was admitted for a gall bladder operation Marjorie Circle met in the home of Mary Genrich. Mrs Don Houck was 'the assisting .*"«=*- ess. Mr and Mrs Allan Wells Grant Gangstee of Elmore were recent visitors in the A. D. Newbrough home. Mr and Mrs Alex Evans of Des Moines, Mr and Mrs Ed Blanchard and Mr and Mrs Gone Blanchard and family were recent guests in the home of Mr and Mrs Delbert Blanchard and family. 'Romaine Circle of the Presbyterian Church met in the home of Thelma Ramus. Mrs Jim Marlow was co-hostess. Mrs Ed Blanchard presented the lesson. Mr^nd Mrs Jack.Johnson an"" family of Cowrie were recent guests in the Charles Morris home. Mr and Mrs Carl Olson and Ruth of Livermore and ' Mrs Margaret Householder and Everett Householder of Lone Rock were Sunday dinner guests in home of46fviMfe,Kf|ssifi reee-ntly. 'Mf' ahd Mff<fiv«*Stj Hanna also attended the wedding 6f Allan Walker andt fiaftoe tfreis in the dood Mope; Methodist church. .,"*>• he' Garryl Householder home. t Mrs Maude Blanchafd spent several days ih the Alfred' Se.H" ultz home .in Oitosen. Mrs Blanchard attended the graduation exercises of her grandson, Gary- Schultz. - - - • Mr and Mrs Vic Weyland and Mrs Edna Stowe .of. Dplliver were afternoon and supper guests in ihe Merwyn Marlow home. Mrs (eorgia Marlow of Surf was also a guest in the Marlbw home. Mr and Mrs A. A. Krueger and Kermit attended the graduation exercises for Gary Schultz in Otlosen. . Mr and Mrs Merwyn Marlow honored their son Kearn Marlow 'at a reception following graduation at Sentral h i g h school. There were about 52 present. Mr and Mrs Walter Thompson, Mr and Mrs Ralph Thompson and LaVonne, and Mr and Mrs James Elsbecker and children were Sunday dinner guests in the Neva Thompson home. Marietta Christensen is visiting in the home of her parents, P. M. Christensen for her vacation. 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