The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 21, 1956 · Page 37
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Honor Ringsted Pastor's Wife At A Shower Seneca — Mrs P. II. Peterseri • mid Mrs Alfred Peterson attended a party and stork shower at the St. John's parish hall at Ringsted last Thursday afternoon honoring Mrs Carlo Petersen. The program consisted of a talk, "The Beauty of A Woman", by Mrs Irene Palleson; a solo, Mrs Leo Sorensbn, and poems read by Mrs Glen Bonnecksen. Following the program the gifts were opened and dainty refreshments were served. Mrs Carlo Petersen is the wife of the Rev. Carlo Petetsen. pastor of the SI, John's Lutheran Congregation near Ringsted. The latter is a nephew of Mrs P. H. Petersen. Closing Out Sal? The Albert Codys and Clifford Pringlcs will hold their closing out sale on Thursday, Feb. 23. The Pringles and Mrs Cody will leave for San Bernadino, ' Calif, immediately after the sale, where the Codys reside and where the Pringles expect to make- their home. Blakjcr W.M.F. Meets The Blakjer W.M.F. met at the church parlors Thursday afternoon with the Mesdames Otto R. Jensen and Carrie Jensen as hostesses. The Rev. Harlan Blockhus had charge of devotions and the lesson, "The Christian Grows", based on'I Peter 1: 1-2, was presented by Mrs Sig Loge. Mrs Harlan Blockhus presented the Home Mission Department of tions, record books and recreation. Those who receive this special training are expected to help the younger club members in their respective clubs and thereby lighten the load of the local leaders. Seneca Junior Leaders in attendance at this training school included David Looft, Bob Crou- day to Pr ingle. ch, Jeanne Johannesen England, Kathryn and Marcia Harts- our W.M.F. Guests included ,Mrs Carrie Jensen's daughters, Florence and Victoria, the latter being Mrs Art Claussen of Swea City. . horn of the Seneca Clubs and Margaret Fischer of the Lone Rock Lively Rockets. P.T.A. On Feb. 27 The Seneca P.T.A. has been postponed until Monday night, Feb. 27, due to the Boys Sectional Basketball Tournament which is scheduled to begin on Feb. '20. An Interesting program has been set up for this meeting and a good attendance is anticipated. In addition to tome musical numbers, a film entitled, "Skippy and the Three R's " will be shown. A discussion will follow and will be based-on the film and on Christian Discipline. Mrs John Stru- ecker is chairman of the program committee. The Seneca Stars 4-H Club met at the home of Margaret Nielsen on Monday evening, Feb. 6. The program consisted of a talk •'Spice Your Room' With Accessories", given by. Sharon Klein and a demonstration on making a portfolio by Lois Wilberg. Lois Wilberg also supplied a musical touch by playing "The Veleta Waltz". Mrs Chris Larson was the visiting mother. Mrs Cecil Anderson was hots- ess to the Modern Mixers Club at the home of Mrs Melvin Madsen Tuesday afternoon. Mrs Madsen had charge of the entertainment. Dainty refreshments in keeping with Valentine's Day were served. ' '('• Several Senecans drove to Sioux City Saturday where they attended the First Annual Northwest Iowa Band Conference Concert. They were Mr and Mrs Charles Beavers, Mr and Mrs Roy Klein, Sharon Klein, Ronnie Firemuth, Margaret Fischer and terminated his leave on Tuesday. Mr Albert Cody arrived home 'rom California last week ih time to help care for her hew granddaughter, born a week ago Sun- Mr and Reports Mrs Clifford are that the Codys and the Pringies are ret- tiring from farming, are having a sale of their farm machinery md will go to California where ;hey plan to make their permanent h6me. The Codys have a daughter, Maxine, there, also other relatives. Dr. and Mrs B. K. Bahnson of Burt were Sunday evening guests at the C. O. Bailey home. Mrs Roy Klein was hostess to the Jolly Jokers at her home Thursday afternoon. Fred Weinberger received the news Saturday morning that his mother, Mrs Margaret Weinberger, 83, had just passed away that morning at the Good Samaritan Home at Mason City. Mrs Weinberger, who had lived alone at Lakota following her husband's death in 1939, moved to the Good Samaritan Home in 1949. Funeral services were held at the Lutheran church at Lakota on Tuesday afternoon. Junior Leaders Met Seneca 4-H Club Junior Lead- attended a training school ers Wednesday evening at the high school Annex at Algona. At this training school they received helps on demonstra- Larry Menz. A recent visitor at the Roy Klein home was Ronnie Firemuth who spent a week's leave with his parents in Estherville and with other friends and relatives. Ronnie is in the navy, on the aircraft carrier. Yorktown stationed in San Francisco. He 88 At Fenton P.T.A. Meeting Held Feb. 7th cornet selection 'Peony' accofn* panled at the piano by Marlys Jent*. Joanni Mitchell playfd * cornet selection, accompanied by Joyce Voigl. Lunch was served to 88 in attendance. Serving on the lunch committee were Mesdames Raymond Zwiefel, chairman, Alvin Zumach, Abrahamsbn, Larry Alt, Thelma Anderson, Clarertce Arbogast, Wayne Barr, Florence Behne, Robert Berkeland, Beri- nie Berkland, Donald Berklaftd, Melvin Berkland, Alfred Bierstedt and Hilbert Bierstedt. The Fenton PTA evening, Feb. 7, Fenton — met Tuesday with a large crowd in attendance. Paul Voigt presided at the business meeting. Serving on the program committee for February were Mr and Mrs Kenneth Haland Mrs and Mrs verson, chairman, Mr Roelf Miller and Mr Delbert Geitzenauer. The program consisted of music numbers by the local students, with Mrs Walker and Mr Bausman arranging for the selections. Mrs Walker was in charge of the program. The Boy's Glee Club sang three selections, accompanied at the piano by Janet Behne. Alvina Miller sang 'With A Song In My Heart and 'By The Bend Of The River' accompanied by Mrs Walker. Mrs Walker directed the fifth grade pupils in two American folk dances. The Boy's Quartette sang, accompanied by Mrs Mr and Mrs Dave Newtl and son Curt of Mason City were Sunday dinner guests in the parental Alfred Meyer home. They were supper guests of Mr and Mrs L. J. Weisbrpd. Mr and Mrs Sylvester Brae*, Keven and Jason, Mr and Mrs Donald Void and Lynn Alan, Mr Marvin Stone, Mr Lyle Hansen, and Miss Audra Kae Straley were Sunday dinner and luncheon guests in the S. E. Straley home. The occasion honored the 1st birthday of Lynn Alan. Mr and Mrs Alfred Meyer we** Tuesday evening dinner guests m the Hans Baago home. Mr and Mrs Wayne Barf and family were Sunday guests in the Charles Brown home at Lu- Verne. Margo Rusch, daughter of Mr and Mrs Wendell Rusch entered Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge, Tuesday of last week, where she underwent minor surgery for an ear infection. She returned home Saturday evening. Mr and Mrs Clarence Underwood were Sunday supper guests in the Frank McFall home. The Ellen Circle will hbld an all-day meetlag Thursday, Feb. 22, at the church. A lesson will be presented in the forenoon and another in the afternoon. A potluck dinner will be' served at noon. :••:.'• LONE ROCK NEWS By Mrs Clarence Kraft Mr and Mrs Harris Wadsworth were dinner guests Friday at the Alex Krueger home. Mr and Mrs Ed Blumer of Algona were Sunday afternoon luncheon guests of Mr and Mrs P. M. Christenson. Mr and Mrs Charles Faye and daughter spent last Monday eve- fling at the Wayne Lynch home. Mr and Mrs Sig Orvick of Elmore, Minn, were callers Thursday evening at the Henry Schroeder home. Friday 'afternoon P. M. Christenson visited there with Mrs Schroeder's father, Mr Weiner. Sunday afternoon, Mr and Mrs John Sewick of Burt visited at the Schroeder home. Ornie Behrends and Bernard Pettit visited Win. 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