The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 22, 1955 · Page 58
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 58

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 22, 1955
Page 58
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6-Atfl|6fla (la.) Upper Oes Melnes Thursday, December 22, 1$55 Here's wishing fo ouf many friends in an old* fashioned way . . . that the many blessings of Christmas time, linger long past Christmas day , , « R. G. RICHARDSON FURNITURE CO. On Courthouse Square And in keeping with fjhe Christmas spirit wd extend our wishes to one and all — for the best of everything! BUD ROBINSON CONTRACTOR - BUILDER Algona' Iowa Recital Given At Seneca's P.T.A, Program Seneca — An instrumental recital was hold in conjunction with the regular Seneca P.T.A. meeting held at the school gymnasium Monday evening, the recital constituting the program. A short business session was conducted by the chairman, Mrs Sig Luge, at which time final plans were made for the "treats" for the school Christmas program. , Mr Bailsman introduced the following program. Cornet Solo. Darlene Johnson, accompanied by Mrs Albert Johnson. Saxaphonc Solo. Larry Osborn, accompanied by Janice Osborn. Clarinet Solo, Nancy Fischer, accompanied by Margaret Fischer. Saxaphone Solo, Jerry England with Jnnice Osborn as accompanist. Snare Drum Solo, Roger Menz, accompanied by Marcia Hartshorn. Cornet Trio, Janice Osborn, Roger Nielsen and Daryl Reutzel with Lois Wilbcrg as accompanist. Saxaphone Solo, David Looft, accompanist, Kathryn Johannesen. Snare Drum Solo, Sharon Klein, Nancy Fischer, accompanist. Clarinet Solo, Marian Beaver, with Margaret Fischer as accompanist. .Trombone and Baritone Trio, Dennis Johnson, Margaret Fischer, Sharon Dorsey with Lois Wilberg as accompanist. Tenor Saxaphone Solo, Ronnie Johannesen, with Kathryn Johannesen as accompanist. Cornet Solo, Raymond Wilberg, Margaret Fisher, accompanist. Mr Rausman announced that! Marian Beaver had been cfiosen to play in the High Sehopl Band of Northwest Iowa. This band will consist of 250 pieces. Refreshments were served a\ the close of the pragram with I h e following committee in charge: The Lawrence Hantel* mans, Russell Kauffman, Claude Johnsons, Gerald Noltes, Maynard Hurlburts. Henry Reutzels and Albert Johnsons. Music Helpers Meet The Seneca Band Mothers held their regular Ineeting immediately following the PTA meeting.' Being that the present membership consists of all mothers whose children take part in either vocal or instrumental music, or both, the group voted to change its name. At this meeting the group voted on names submitted by the music students, and the name, music helpers, submitted by Lots Wilberg, was given first choice. Thfe group also voted to purchase a new bass drum. Sunday School Program The Seneca Sunday School will present its Christmas program Friday evening. Dec. 23 at eight o'clock. The' following program will be given: Prelude—Kathryn Johanneseh. Opening song and devotions— Sunday School. Welcome — Two Little Beginners, Steve Loge and Colleen Olsen. Christmas Birthday — Linda Grondhov. Christmas Living — Class I A Child Like Me — Cheryl Krause Vocal solo—Delana Votteler No Room—James Bergu m Our Gifts—Jill Jensen • A Child.'s Prayer—Jackie Geilenfeld . ' Song, I Heard The Bells On Christmas Day—Class III The Reason Wh—Judy Cherland The Precious Gift—Eloise Jensen A Christmas Secret — Craig Loge Song, I Love To Tell the Story — Class II , O e ^ fon ' w* like to set as'iae the problem* of the business world ana turn to our oge-old customs. M ai J we greet 4011, our friends ana patrons, ar\a wisri all of 400 at ALGONA MACHINE SHOP Hagg and Oakland May nil the •«•§•«*« betf i be yeiirf fit Chrltlma* FRANK t EM'S CAFE Your Favorite Eating Plactj Greetings — Pastor Blnckhus We All Can—Class t A Present For Everyone — Diane Grondhov The First Chnistmas—Class 4 Repiembering—Phyllis Cherland Christmas Lights—Vernon Wilberg and Roger Cher land Carols of Joy — Jill Jensen, Judy Cherland and Eloise Jenson. Christinas Acrostic — Evelyn. Cherland and Dianne Grondhov Offering—Class II What You Give — Sharon Krause Exercise, Stars—Class III Musical Reading—Evelyn Cherland All Gifts Can't Hang From A Tree—Jerry Geilenfeld Piano Solo—Sharon Krause The Spirit of Christmas —Class 4 Benediction — Pastor Blockhus Distribution of gifts and treats by the senior Luther League members. Mission Group Meels Pastor and Mrs Blockhus were hosts to the Blakjer Women's Missionary Federation at a Christinas party held at the parsonage .on Thursday afternoon. The program opened with group singing after which the Rev. Blockhus conducted devotions. Several readings were given. Mrs Odey Cherland read an article on the work of Evangelical Lutheran church: Mrs Otto Wilberg, Stewarlship; Mrs Lawrence Johannesen, Charities; and Mi's Henry Wilberg, Reading and Literature. The program closed with the group singing of Silent Night after which an offering was received for the Colombia Mission in South America. The regular offering which was to be divided equally between the Book Mission and the Bible Society. Mrs P. H. Petersen, Mr and Mrs O, R. Patterson, Alfred Petersen of Seneca, Mr and Mrs Donald Cronk of Armstrong, Mr and Mrs Martin Hendricksen and the Homer Hendricksens, also the Arthur Voetmans of Ringsted and; Holgar Petersen of AJgona attended the funeral of Mrs Mary Jepplerson of Cedar Falls last week Wednesday. Mrs Jepperson was a sister of Mrs O. R. Patterson and Mrs P. H. Pfetersen and Mrs Martin Hendricksen. Mrs Elmer Hanisch was hostess to the Seneca Thursday club, Wednesday afternoon, with Mrs Sig Loge in charge of the entertainment. During the business meeting the group elected new officers with Mrs Alvin Godfredsen being elected president; Mrs Glen Cage, vice president; and Mrs Clarena Menz, secretary and treasurer. Guests present included Mrs Lewis Breese, Mrs Raymond Gardner and Mrs Harold Grondhov. checkwriters, office supplies, at the Upper Pea Moines, Algona. STAMP PADS, ink, rubber stamps, daters, etc. at the Upper Des Moines Pub. Cc . office supply JOS. WEIDENHOFF, Inc. TO ILL! 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