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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, November 2, 1954
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5MU06no (la.) Uppftf Dei Motnei Tuesday, November 2, 1954 Shirley Saxton, Former Seneca Resident Jeds -< -^i ,, • Seneca—A,former Seneca girl, Shirtey Saxton,, ( of Sherburn, Minn., was"married recently to Bottald Eugene Little of Dundag, Minn. The-: marriage took place Sept. 26 at the Methodist church at Sherburrt. Miss Saxton's parents are Mjf.-and Mrs Lawtence Saxton of .Sherburn. The double ring ceremony was performed by the bride's cousin, Rev. Floyd Saxton of Stewartville, Minn. . , . Miss Saxton's maid of , ho_nor and bridesmaid were the bridegroom's sisters, Doris and Florence Little of Dundas. Susan and Bruce Saxton of Fairmont, a niece and nephew of the bride, were flower girl and ringbearer. Douglas Little was his brother's best man while the groomsman was Richard Saxton, Sherburn, brother of the bride, - A reception was held at the chutch parlors immediately following the ceremony with approximately 200 guests in attendance. Mr and Mrs Little spent a week on a honeymoon trip along the .North' Shore Drive after which they returned to Sherburn. The bride, : who was graduated from the high school at Kasson, Minn., has been employed by the Josten .Manufacturing Company at Owatonna, Minn., but will now assist her parents at their Hi- Way Motel and Cafe at Sherburn. The bridegroom, who has been working with his father on a farm at Dundas entered the army on Oct. 18. Mr and Mrs Charles Osborn from this community attended the wedding and the reception. Give Junior Class Play The Junior Class play presented Thursday and Friday evenings at the Seneca School gymnasium was very well received by a good audience both evenings of the performances. Numbers between acts consisted of a vocal solo by Mrs Becker, an accordian solo by Marilyn Jphanneseh, a number by the girls sextette and a vocal trio Mrs Lois Becker, who directed the play, was presented with a gift, in appreciation of her work and interest in the play, by the members of the Junior class. HOLDS YOUR WATCH 'TIL CHRISTMAS! The Easy Way to Buy Wyler 'Now is the time to do your Christmas shopping when our selection is at its best. £jck_your favorite Wyler Incanex sfyle today—a dollar bill will hold it for you._ Only watch with the flexible bol-. Large selection of water- once wheel-guaranteed agaimt shock for life of the watch. Each resistant, shock-resistant with Guaranteed Lifetime Mainspring too. and self winding models. WILTGEN JEWELRY In the Heart of AlgonaV Shopping District Masquerade At LedyardPTA In Fun Program Ledyard — Monday evening, Oct. 25. the; P.T.A. met at the school for it's October meeting. Mr Canfield, the president, presided at the business .meeting, during which it was decided to sponsor two projects. One is to be an Al Bell program and the other a Barber Shop Quartet. The committee appointed to arrange these programs was Supt. Willadsen; chairman, ATr Hines and Mrs Paul Nitz. Mrs Jack McDonald was in charge of the program the first part 'pf which was observance of fire prevention week. She introduced Lawrence Ternes, Chief of Ledyard's Volunteer Fire Dept. He explained what equipment Ledyard has and then stressed the importance of cooperation. Next a film was shown by Supt. Willadsen. The last part of the program was a masquerade party with Mrs Teems In charge. She selected a panel consisting of three to -represent the country, Irvin Klinksiek, Mrs John Kram- ersmeier and Mrs Steinfeldt and three for town, Mr McCormick, Mrs Ingl^t, anil mi-si tYahnkc. The masquerade characters represented those who had some- : thing for the school and their j identity was guessed by the panel j by having them answer questions. Mrs Jurgens was master of cere- monies aftd presented the participants with "Appropriate gifts/' Mrs Lena Junkerrheier was the first masquerader as she had treasurer of the school for many years. Others were Mrs Marviri Lloyd as a parent, Mrs !rm| Lloyd as a former bus driver, Mrs John Orvick as a former reach* er,' Mrs Hannah Zielske '"as a former graduate. All were guess* ed after some difficulties and the Ctiuntry section of the panel declared-the winners. Everyone then adjourned to the basement where lunch was served by t committee, Home Oil Furlough On Sunday a family gathering was held at the L. Ternes home- in honor of Pvt. LeRpy Ternes who is home on furlough from tort Belvir, Virginia, and IV & Wasne' Ternes'who is home oil f through-"from San Diego? where he is in school 1 studying?,,t6;toe an Electricians Mate. , LeHoy has just 'returned from four months in Greenland and he is Sri Engineering. s Other guests at the Ternes home on Sunday included Mr and Mrs Charles Ternes and family from Des Moines, Mr and Mrs Verrie Siefert of Estherville, Mr and Mrs Charles Koliasch ol Whittemore, Mr and Mrs Orville Koliasch of Eslherville, Mrs Kate Peck of West Bend and Adelaide Ternes -who has just retutaneid from Springfield, Ohio. On Wednesday evening special services were concluded at'UK IE. and R. Church. Rev. Leroy Katof the Northwesters Menke who is home on furlough. Alice, Menke Who sptnt the weekend fit the Wiflkel home returned with; hef parents, Mr and Mrs Richard Menke. - Mr; and Mi* Laurence Bergman and Meredith, Judy Wott and Kay MefMe visited Sunday with Mr Befgman*s Uncle and family GeO. Johnson. - , • -Jfenry Arndorfer received an injury to his eye recently when he was fixing a baby bed. The teretf driver slipped, hitting him in the eye. He was taken to the hospital and is recovering nicely at present. 1 Mr afid Mrs George Wohnke Attended funeral services for Mrs R/ Smith who passed away suddenly, Mrs Smith, ^ former resident of Seneca, was a cousin of Mrs Wohnke and mother of Verte Smi,th of Seneca. LuVerne Family 4-H Night Held Lu Verne —The Lu Verne Lire Wires 4 H Girls Club held tbeir family nite in the city hall, Fri- dayevening. Oct. S2. A pot luck supper was enjoyed followed by an evening arograa^ Sandra Heine was mistress of ceremonies. KaU^rrioe Bocfces played * piano solo. Two tete by dub roesabsrs were enjoyed. Mrs Glen Braynard, leader and Mrs Wilder Rockwood, assistant leader presented the program of the club yew and thdr project tfrill ife sewing. ShirleeA Schnet- spits is the eM> reporter. Swea Auxiliary Meets Nov. 3 Sw«a Cttr—A regular meeting of the American. Legion Auxiliary will be held Nov. 3 at 8 The special program for Education Week is under the direction of Mrs Francis Deim, and Mrs Naomi Anderson. The- third week in November has been designed to send home made cookies and candy to Woodward hospital. This project is under the direction of Mesdames Ora Simmons, Harold Jones, arid Win. Chrisiensec who are in charge of rehabilitation. Hostesses will be Mrs Clara Lindgren, Huldafi Anderson and Hilda Person. Former Resident LuVerne Dies Word was received ef the death of Mrs Robat the home of her daughter Mr and Mrs Stephen Kratisy In McKeesport, Petttt. Mrs Seward In her late sixtys and ttte former Ethel Quick daughter of the late Mr and Mrs E F. Qujok early residents here, .Passed away Thursday, October 28, after an lingering illness. She has been bund for several years. She is survived by her husband, the daughter and one-brother, Lester Quick of St. Paul, Mrs WilliaM Murray of'Liver- mote is a cousin . ett Friday. Nov. S 4lh Heat of Old Tim* Wall* Contest Kuhfuss Bros. Saturday. Nov. 6 . Des Moines No. 1 Band DON HOY and ORCH, Sunday; Nov. 7 THE COMMANDERS with EDDY GJADY Adni. 1.47. plus lax. total 1.6S Wednesday. Nov. 10 Si. Joseph Athletic Benefit HENRY CHARLES The funeral services aftd bu;i took place Saturday^ Ih "" " port. i,rfm >' AAmA.* HYBRID SEED CORN GRO-COATED SEED OATS Available Wow/ lit Leading Varieties Marvin Panning—Titonka Lawrence Presihus—Bancroft Joe Sinn well—Bode Harold Fangman—Bancroft Stanley Black—Butt George Hobscheidt—LuVerne Donald Ericksori—Algona Alfred Christ—Lakota ior college at Orange City spcfce at three special services ca Mae* day, Tuesday and WstSsasfey evenings, and brmjgfei Tresy Sae and inspirational zsessagss at alt three meetings* PLANTATION BALLROOM , j WHTrTEMOH& IOWA Friday, Nov. 5 "" WAGNffi Sunday, Nov. 7 DON HOY Friday, Nov. 12 VIKINGS 11 ' -V Sunday, Nov. 14 EDDIE ALLEN Friday, Nov. 19 KENNY HOFER No Advance Booth Reservations Doors Open at 8:30 THE VOLCKMAR Only $59.95 Combination Hacker-Swivel Chaic It rocks—it swivels—it's beaq- tiful. Never before has a T-Y chair had so much to offer at such an amazing low price. Just think—no pushing and pulling to get this chair in posi- .!!-_ 1.. .faft y 0ur weign j. and it swings around on a full ball-bearing swivel. The rocking action, plus th^ restfgl, relaxing comfort, de^ signed and built into this chairL makes it the champion of *fcl»a* SEE IT TODAY^n^w on Free Parking In Our tot Rear of Store Easy Terms On Purchases At Bjustrom's Girl Enters ConvenHn West — Woni has been ie- by £nssis naacj6, .. fana 3trs JaEseS' Hooey, fecanesri j' resdesis aera" aad at SWBS Qlj '' I asd EOW ol Wa^iagsoa. bas ea- Ueresi a eoinceiit in I At Sin's Funeral ilr stod ilrs L F. Engesser v My anrf its daraace McG uire and 1L- and Mrs J. W f Bal&s attended the funeral of Sdwani Kennedy, son of MDce Kennedy at Armstrang Friday iaortuag. Edward Kennedy was a nephew of Mrs Ensesssr azsd'sse* «teath in a car accident near EstaerviHe .Wednesday morning. New Conslrnctkm The new basement has been dug for the new home which is being built by Mr and Mrs 'Harvey Boeckholt. It is being built just south of his parents, Mrjand Mrs German Boeckholt. 1 5 ' ,Mr and Mrs Francis Ar^oldy hkve' moved to their- new home recently built in the south part of town. Mrs Perry Torrine returned to her home after spending a month with her daughter^ and family Mr and Mrs Fred Hudson in Ft. Dodge, and helping to care for the new daughter Jean Marie. November 14th is the day picked for the chicken, and ham dinner to be served at St. John's Church Hall. Mr and Mrs Laurence Menke, Betty; Mr and Mrs Richard Menke and girls; Mr and Mrs Walter Menke and sons; Mr and Mrs 'J. Menke and daughters; Mr and Mrs Ralph Menke and family; Mr and Mrs Alfred Menke and family; Mr and Mrs John Menke and Bob Menke; Mr and Mrs Herbert Schiltz and family; Mr and Mrs George Rahe,' Jean and Dick; Mr and Mrs Art Menke and amily attended a family party t the Harold Winkel home in Vhittemore in honor of Bob SUNDAY, NOV. 7 mission $1.50 — Tax Included * IN PERSON! & GQIDfN JAXOfHONf 9*4 FAMOUS QKCHfSflA COMING JIMMY (Doncing Shoes) PALMER Sunday, November 14 WHOOPEE JOHN Thursday, November 13 RAY PEARL Sunday, November 21 Perry Gas Co. announces -r thai the free ^^^^^^•••^••^^^^^•••^^•^•^•^•••••••^•••^^•^^^^^^^^^^•^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^••^^•••^^•i *" Gas Hook-Up "»-' ^^^^.tjklji , (From Property Line To Meter Outside House) Installation will terminate November 15 VISIT OR PHONE PERRY GAS CO. If You Dotlre Further Dfttulli A/ofe Our New Location! 109 SO. HARLAN STREET (Former Thoinpion ta««tl«n) TELEPHONE 1412

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