Seneca Club Has Family Night March 4 SENECA - Seneca Stars 4-H Club members held their Family Night Saturday, March 4, at the Lone Rock Legion hall. The group enjoyed a pot-luck supper at 6:30 after which the senior girls entertained the group with a number of songs followed by games and recreation for the adults. Junior and intermediate club members had charge of entertainment for the children. Enjoying the courtesy were Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Fortney, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Jensen and Karol, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Menz, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Andre and Karl, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Schmidt, Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Votteler and Lo Ree, Mr. and Mrs. Ordean Kabrick and family, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Nyman and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Art Bergum and family. - o - MODERN MIXERS Mrs. Wayne Ohnemus was hostess to the Modern Mixers Club at her home Tuesday. The meeting opened with the club song. Roll call was answered by members giving an Irish joke. The group voted to give a contribution to the Iowa Society for Crippled Children and Adults. Honored birthday members included Mrs. John Johannesen, Mrs. Clifford Gangstead and Mrs. Wayne Ohnemus. The hostess had charge of entertainment after which refreshments were served. Mrs. Calvin Vaudt will be the April hostess. - o CONFIRMATION Confirmation services will be held at Blakjer Lutheran church, Seneca, on Palm Sunday, March 19, with Rev. Harold Anderson in charge. Members of the class include Melba, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Krause; Marilyn, daughter of the Julian Cherlands; Steve, son of the Amey Cher- lands; and Ricky, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Johannesen. - o - Mr. and Mrs. Harry Satoff and son Daryl of Algona were Thursday evening guests at the Everett Withams. Mr. and Mrs. Olaf Oftedahl spent the weekend with their daughter and family, the Donald Dokkens, Waltham, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Drinan of Armstrong and Mr. and Mrs. John Simpson, Opal Simpson and Henry Simpson, all of Whittemore, were Sunday callers at the Everett Withams. Mr. and Mrs. John Battle have named their baby daughter Beth Ann. This is the couple's first child. Winning first place in the District Speech Contest held recently at Emmetsburg were Lenny Hassel, humorous; Joleen Gangstead, poetry; Linda Doocy, dramatic declamation; Mary Mienke, book review; Kathryn Schadendorf, prose; and Douglas Kading, prose. The group will enter the state speech contest. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Bernhard entertained at supper Sunday evening in honor of their son Gregory's third birthday. Guests included the grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Bernhard of Bancroft, Mr, and Mrs. Roy Kliegl of Whittemore, also Carol Kliegl of Whittemore and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. E. Goche and Nearly 100,000 Bu. Corn Loaded Out At Hobarton I V \ ii f ir Nearly 100,000 bushels of government corn were being loaded out of the Hobarton branch of the Whittemore Co-Op Elevator starting last Saturday. A new-type hopper car of the Milwaukee Road was being used and 30 such cars, each with a capacity of 3,300 bushels were made available for the order. Standing on top of the car, above, are Gerald and Richard Schmidt, and at the right side of the car is James KoUasch, Hobarton manager. Other Hobarton employees are E. J. KoUasch and Roland Krug. The corn, destined for export, is from the 1962 crop and is headed east. It takes about 1 1/2 hours to load one of the new hopper cars. The elevator, including all of its storage facilities, has a capacity of about 350,000 bushels. Last year 342 cars were loaded out of Hobarton. Annual meeting of the Whittemore Co-Op, including Hobarton branch, is scheduled for this evening, Tuesday, March 14. (UDM Photo) family of Bancroft. Wednesday supper guests of the Everett Withams included Mr. and Mrs. Glen Lyon and Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Richard- son of Elmore. Seneca Stars 4-H members attending 4-H Fun Night at Burt recently included Cindy Kabrick, Rosemary and Susan Fortney, Announcing STILL ANOTHER SERVICE FROM WARD'S SHOP AT HOME-AND SAVE ON CARPET TILE COUNTER TOPS LINOLEUM Just a phone call brings a Ward's Floor Covering Consultant to your home. Or call LYLE RICK, West Bend, Iowa. Free Measurements and Estimate Without Obligation Expert Installers To Serve You PICK UP YOUR PHONE AND CALL 295-3538 TODAY! CATALOG STORE Algona, Iowa Denlse Votteler, Debra Nyman, Cheryl Breese, Corrine Johnson, Barbara and Joy Andre, Robin Krumweide and Carrie Bergum. Denise Votteler was the group's queen candidate. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Nielsen of Blooming Prairie, Minn., visited at the Edna Johannesen home Thursday. They were en- route to Ringsted where they attended a family dinner honoring Harold's father, Albert Nielsen, on his 87th birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Vaudt entertained at dinner Sunday in honor of their daughter Candace's 16th birthday and also Mrs. Vaudt's mother, Mrs. Ervin Johnson of Fenton, on her birthday anniversary. Other guests included Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Johnson and family of rural Fenton, Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Hannifan of Knoxville, and Ervin Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hassel and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Duer of Ringsted visited Sunday with Mrs. Mae Jacobson at the Good Samaritan Home at Estherville. Mrs. Jacobson had recently moved there from the Turner Nursing Home at Armstrong. Mrs. C. O. Bailey was admitted to Palo Alto Memorial hospital at Emmetsburg Algona (la.) Upper Det Mo!net-7 Tuesday, March 14, 1967 Mrs. Henrietta Thompson, accompanied by her daughter, Mrs. Harold Swanson of rural Armstrong, attended the funeral of the former's brother-in-law, Art Firkins, at Rolfe Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle England spent last weekend with their son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry England, Tulsa, Okla. While at Tulsa, the two families went sightseeing. Jerry is an instructor at the Spartan School of Aeronautics and his wife is a registered nurse. CACTUS For two generations the Carder gamily of Millersburg have enjoyed and admired a Christmas cactus plant which has blossomed every winter for 47 years. Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Carder now have the plant which was brought from the southwest in 1920. -97- Mrs. Amos (Rociela) Jacobs, Plainfleld, celebrated her 97th birthday there Feb. 25th. Ro- ciela came to the Bradford and Plainfleld area when she was six years old from Wisconsin and has lived there since. 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