Mr, and Mrs, John McGuife spent the Thanksgiving holiday Vacationing in West Virginia. Mr. end Mrs,, ft, S, Blossom wefe thanksgiving guests of Mr. and Mrs. Sigurd Fardal • at -Forest City. Mrs. W. K, Fefgusotf, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Fergu'son and Evelyn were Thanksgiving guests of Mr. and Mrs. JoMn Ferguson K £»r Fort Dodge. ' „, . .' •".; ; • Mr, and Mrs. ThoWa'd i ? ee""atid Debby, former AlgonahS ' nbw of Willmar, Minn, spent"' the' weekend here with Mr. and Mrg.'0t> ville Wicks. . ' • ,, •', v •* Pat Cowan, sophomore 1 at Siate College of. Iowa, Cedar Faljs'.j spent the holiday vacation ' here' with her parents, Mr. and Mrs' Ken Cowan. ' •/.£*. — o— " ; '•" • . George BuJterf ield has begun another overseas road c6nst^'c- tion job. He left Nov. 15 for; ln-- doriesia and will ,>e w"6rking' ; in the same , general , $ area v ivneroi Michael Rockefeller^became- ibsl.. He was slated to arriva N thi's 'week after stops in Hav&ii, ' Hong Kong and other ". pla'Sa' T'v' ?• Mrs. W, S. Shackelfofd wenf to Goldfield last week to spertd Thanksgiving with Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Peterson. Mr, and,Mrs,,,(3eor9e Cook had as their weekend 'guests the former's parents, 'Mr. and Mrs. Harold Cock: of Edgerton, Minn. MfS..Lucille Johnson is grand* mother-'fob 4he first time, Timothy, .Ray, s'bn • of Mr. and Mrs. Kirtdell Wleland of - Fairmont, wa^tborri Mow." 1. Mrs, Wieland is the *form6i" Beverly Johnson. .Dr. and Mrs. A. J. Eason had inert daughter, Mary, student at Drake University/ home for the Thanksgiving vacation. Mr. arid MrS.' Don Potter and family . 01 Nevada were here for the weekend. • Mrs. Craig Smith and Mrs, M, H; Honsbruch entertained at a party Tuesday evening at the Smith home.; Guest of honor was, Mrs. •.. Colleen • Bar^y. .Mr, and Mrs,/W. Ji JFull0ir had as '"their •Th'ank'sgivirigj >gtlestB Mrs, 'Pon Peterson, IVtr. 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Mr. and Mrs. Henry Looft and David spent Thanksgiving with the Jack Loofts, Rochester, Dr. Scott, a medical missionary to the Santalls in India was guest speaker for the Sunday morning services at Blakjdr Lutheran church. Dr. Scott is now doing research work at the University of Minnesota. Dr. Scott, was a dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Ole Pedersen. Other guests included Mr. and Mrs. Henry Looft and David. Suzanne Wibben and. Roger Fax were married Saturday evening, Nov. 18, at the Trinity Lutheran church at Algona. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Ben ^Vibben, Algona, and the A/3C Bob^Kern; son of Mr and Mrs Melvin Kern, Algoniai, now sta- tionejj at Luke Air force Base, Glendale, Ariz., is making-quite a name for'Himself in JUdp, circles in that area and-on the; west coast. • B6b|'.a Heavyweight wrestler on the Algona high school team here before.he entered, the air force, recently took first place in the San Pedro, Call," YMCA Invitational Tournament, heavyweight class, and won the trophy shown in the photo above. Congratulating Kern is Major Dempsey, left, head of personnel service at Luke. . _ Judo glasses at- the air force base are conducted throughout the week each week for .military personnel and their dependants by Douglas Hall, Judo^coach. ' '••'•'' ' " , ;. ";-'•'•'•'•..' ''' '••*'' Th^e Luke,'team has. chalked up an anting record against other top teams since Judo became a team sport there four years ago, including victories over riiany 'other service outfits. ; ; •> - .Following'his'first place finish at San Pedro, Kern took third iri the brown belt-division of the Arizona State Tournament, losing to a teammate hv the quarterfinals. (UDM Engraving) Mr. ' and Mrs. Floyd Turner' spent last week 'It' Sheldon Mr. arid Mrs. Cornelius DeKrtiif. The Dekriiifs came* for them ana brought them back.• :,-:-:^.-.- -'•_iio-^-* ; \ . •, • ; -. ' JUdy Gerber, njirsing' studeni at St. Barnabas hospital in -the Twin Cities,, spent* th'e 'we'ekend here with he'r parents, Mr. and Lloyd Gerbei?. >i Mr. and Mrs. 'Clifford Haase had their daughter, , Karen, ' stu-. ' dent nurse ' at Iowa hospital in Des .Moinfes, home fd| the .Thanksgiving: holiday. Sue LaBarre had; as her guest over the Thanksgiving weekend, Georgia Haffner, of Minneapolis The girls ^are.- sorority sisters at Iowa State University, Ames. < College students ' spending the- Thanksgiving'- vacation here .included Jim Anderson, Coe Col' lege, Cedar Rapids; Reb Johnson, Drake University; -and Sheryll immerfall, State University of, Iowa. . . • . Mr. and Mrs. Phil Diamond and family spent Thanksgiving at Fort Dodge with the former's parents^ and then went to Chicago for the weekend with Mrs. Diamond's family. WSCS of 'the Methodist church •S having its Spiritual Bazaar today (Thursday) at the church! Mrs. Louis Kelley is in charge with Rev. Newton Coughenotu giving the program. Mrs. Coughenour is in charge of the musiu. Mr. and Mrs, Joe Collier be came parents for the first timt when a son, Jarry Edward, was born to them Saturday at St. Ann hospital. Mr. Collier is r> high school teacher ' and Mrs Calller 1 formerly taught homemaking at Algona high school, f?r, and Mrs, Wilfred Laurit- jen had as their guests Thanks-' giving .their- children, Mr. ant* Jill's, Joe Lauritzen -and son of Pes Moines and Mr., and Mrs Havlan ' Halverson and fqmily of Fqjft Podge. Sunday, Mr. and Mps. Robert Lauritzen arid family of Mason City will be tflei guests; \ , • ' Mr, and Mrs, Dan Jones and are moving from Mt. Vernon to La Cross, Wise, where .Mr. Jpnes has taken a position with, 'the sales division of the :Tranf3 Cp., manufacturers ,of heating and cooling equipment. . Jones is the fortper Marcia and Mrs, Pearl Potter. .' Robbie Huichins, .son- of 'Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Hutchins, ;i? home oh leave from the air force afte> Completing a three-month coiirse -yin foreign languages al the! University, of Irldiana. He will be stationed nekt at St. Angelo, Texas. The son, David senior at the University of Iowa; was also .home for the. Thanksgiving holiday and Robbie returned to Iowa City with hinr for 'a visit of several days. 'v o - '•• . / • ' 'f. United Presbyterian Women had a retreat Tuesday. Mrs. Dick Meyer was in charge, and with ,Mrs. Joseph Skow, Mrs. Myron 'Br'q/wer and Ava Simpson, conducted workshops. Discussion leaders were Mrs. Lamont Wellendorf, Mrs.'W. F. Colwell, Mrs. A. D. Crawford, Mrs. A. J. Huenhold and Mrs. 'Harley Trout- rnan. Music was- by a sextet composed of Mrs. Keith Christie, .Mrs. Charles Hardgrove, Mrs Marlin Meehlhouse, Mrs. Richard ' Burt, i Mrs. Richard Mawdsley. Mrs. Don Hemmingsen, accompanied by Mrs. Lyle Alberts. Mrs. Don Asa, Mrs. Irving Miller and Hattie Wilson also had a part in the program. StUlman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G, W. StUlman. _o— , M.*' ft 1 "* Mrs. Virgil Sjpith had ^their Thanksgiving guests Mv BQa Mrs. Be^nje Leonard.and Patty and Tom of Maquoketa 1 Mr, and Mrs. Harley Peters anc Charles and Sara of Charles City Mr. and Mrs. Paul Owens anr family and Mr. and Mrs. Claude Slagle. The Leonards also, remained for the weekend. The Order of Eastern Star will have election of officers at the regular meeting Tuesday eve ning, Pec. 5. Mrs. Frank Moul- tpn is chairman of the committee in charge with Mrs. Mads Chris- Uinsen,. Mrs. J. C. Mawdsley, Mrs, E. L, aarbett. Charles Paxson, M/. end Mrs. Don Nelson Graveside Rites At Seneca For Former Resident Seneca — Graveside services .wer'e held Wednesday at onf p'clpck at .the St. John's cemetery .for Mrs. Sophie Marie Jess- ingj 71, Funeral' services wore conducted Saturday evening at Des..Mojnes. Mrs. Jessing, was the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Chris Nielsen of Seneca and has been known- in this community.- She died oi' a heart attack. She had been living with a son in California and had just. recently come to Qgs Moines to make her home with a daughter. the A- N. Storms. Other survivors are a sister Mrs, ..Cecil Baldwin of Seneca, and two brothers, Thomas oi Seneca, and Harts at the Lauritsen Rest Hpme, .Estherville. Pallbearers included Bob Lynch, Les Osborn, Lyle England, Alye Burt of Armstrong, Cecil Bailey, Oscar Patterson. Ringsted. .Mr., and Mrs. Claude Johnson were called to Stillwater, Mon* day,, Nov. 13, after receiving tbf news that a brother-in-law, Mr William Belz, 46, had passed away very suddenly as the result of a. heart attack. He is survived by his wife and six children. Funeral services were held on the following Wednesday. Mrs. Johnson remained with her sister foi a week. Larry Osborn, son of the Les ter Osborns, left the weekend for Omaha, where he has enrolled as a student at the Universal Trade. School. He will be taking a course in a,uto mechanics. Gerald Angus from the Lone' Eock area is also a. student there. All of the children of the Martin Wilbergs spent Thanksgiving with them with the exception of Raymond, who is a student at the University of Arizona. Pres- granddatighter of Mr. and Mrs. Nels Godfredson, Swea City, and Mrs. Glaus Wibben, Titonka. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Fox, former Seneca residents living at LuVerne. Former Seneca Resident Dies At Ringsted Ringsted Raymond E. Peterson, 56, passed away at 1 a.m. Monday, Nov. 27, at his farm home west of Ringsled of a sudden heart attack. He was born Jan. 30', 1905, a son of Mr. and Mrs. Cai-rPeter- sen, (his mother's maiden name was Emma Skow). He was born on the farm where he passed away. When he was several years old the Petersen family moved to the Seneca area where he received his schooling. On Sept. 29, 1935,'he married Irene Leiding of Ceylon, Minn; at Ceylon and they farmed in the Seneca area until 1946 when they moved to the farm west of Ringsted." 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