The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 15, 1956 · Page 29
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 29

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 15, 1956
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Seneca Is 5-1 Victor, Ringsted Seneca — The Seneca Indians won their seventh baseball game of the season when they downed the Ringsted Danes 5-1, Thursday afternoon on the Ringsted diamond. Seneca collected 8 hits, struck out 11 men and committed two error's. David Looft hit a home run fcr Seneca driving in tvto runs in the first tolling of the game. ' latteries for Seneda were Nielsen and Crouch with Htirlburt catching Atid for Ringsted, Arid- redso'n and Hewitt shat'ing the mdund duties and Culbertson and Sorenstm doingf the ealching . This gave Seneca a record of 7 Wins and 2 losses. the world Would be A fine place to live if everyone looked as pleasant as when having their picture taken, Want Ads iPay Dividend* BURT HIGH SCHOOL Photos by Glenn's Studio Algeria SENECA NEWS Margaret Nielsen, daughter of Mi* and Mrs Cflrl Nielsen was one of the class which Was confirmed at the St. Paul's Lutheran church at Rihgsted. In honor Of the occasion three of her classmates, Lois Wilberg, Janet Geilenficld and Marilyn Johannesen were guests at the services and also dinner guests at the Nielsen hojne following the services. Mr and Mrs Martin Wilberg drove to Estherville where they made the acquaintance of a new granddaughter, Barbara A n n, daughter of Mr and Mrs Marvin Wilberg of Estherville. Barbara Ann was born Saturday morning at the Holy Family Hospital and weighed 6 pounds. This is their first child. Several Seneca LUther Leaguers accompanied by their League sponser, Harold Gronhovd, attended Open House or Waldorl ; Day at Forest City, Sunday, late afternoon and evening. The group toured Waldorf College, then were supper guests of the college dnd later were entertained with recreation and a program at the civic auditorium. At the close of the entertainment the guests were served refreshments. Senecaiis in attendance Incllided Raymond and Lois Wilberg, Bonnie Johannesen, • David Looft,' Marilyn Dwane and Carol Johannesen, Janet and Jim Geilenfeld, Kathryn Johannesen, Judy Bratrud, Merle and Barbara Halverson and Harold Gronhovd. Senecans will be interested to learn of the marriage of Dick Wilberg, youngest son of Mr and Mrs H. N. Wilberg, to Joan Leistra of Rock Valley, Iowa. The wedding took place at Rock Valley Saturday, May 4. The young couple plan to make their home in Estherville where he is employed as an electrician. The Wilbergs are former Seneca resident now living in Ringsted. STRICTLy r ,BUSINESS 'Like I said •"— on your desk! Car & Truck Sales In Dip Top Row: Claudette Seely, Mary Carlson, David Christensen. Second Row: Wilma Moore, Beverly Christiansen, Ann Lichter, Max Baer. .Third Row: Darwin Koepke, Mary Helen Black, Vernall Koest- Icr, Darrcll Davis. Fourth Row: Joan Krull, Harold Batt, Arlen Johnson, Larry Manus. Bottom Row: Caryla Black, Wendell Willrstt, Ellen Stewart, Larry Dreyer. WE PROUDLY PRESENT THE 1956 SENIOR CLASS OF BURT HIGH SCHOOL BURT SAVINGS BANK H, E. Rachut, President BURT CO-OP ELEVATOR J. L. Miller, Manager New car and truck sales dipped n Kossuth county during the past two weeks, according to rc- ;istrations at the county trea- ourer's office. Only 29 new vehicles .Were registered. They vtfcnt to: ' ' Chovrolel — J. H. Vaske, Bancroft; W. Foertsch, Wesley; G. J. Wirtjes, Lakota; A. F. Christ, Lakota; M. T. McGuire, Algona; H. M. Behrcnds, Lone Rock; K. H. Becnken, Wesley; Kenneth Bollinger, Fenton; Carroll Erdman. Vvesley; Johnny Harms, Titonka; H. H. Willcy, Algona; H., C. Bristo'w, LuVcrn'e; H. R. Pettii, Whittemorc; and Mrs Helc-ii Kramer, Bancroft. Olds — J. D. Lowe, Algonn; M. T, McGuire & Co., Algona; and L. H. Larson, Wesley. Ford — N. A. Nelson, Lakota; Barbara Haggard, Algona; D. F. Clark, LuVerne; W. M. Schroeder, Lakota; G. G. Ireland, Algona; and Charles R. or Lconill^i Hamilton, Algona. Plymouth ' — Donald Leigh, Irvington. Pontiac—Edith L. Maddox, Algona; and W. E. Kubly, Corwilh. Mercury — Mrs Tod Vera, Algona; and Leo Wood, Whitte- morc. Dodge — Northern Lbr. Co. truck, Swea City. IB* • n • m. Illinois Priest Guest Speaker, St.JoeK.C. ! SJ. Joe—Knight's of Columbus, St. Joseph's Council, held their •reg.ulai; monthly meeting- .'.Monday evening in the K. C. clubroom with Rev. John Thilges, S. V. D., of Techn.y, 111., guest speaker. The Rosary, led by Father Thilges, proceeded the meet- WSS/Mys/SSSSSSS/SS////////'/*^^^ HOBBY For 10 years, Mrs Bessie Rivers, Grinnoll, has been making dolls for under-privileged children in other countries. Last year her dolls went to 23 foreign lands. Sincere Congratulations To The Seneca Seniors of '% Picluix's by, Guckucn Studio, Fairmont BAILEY'S STORE - SENECA GAS • OH- GROCERIES * HARDWARE real creamery Batter makes all foods taste Better Broken window? Look up Glass in the classified section of your phono book. Glass, Hardware, Lumber, Paint —whatever product or service you need, you'll... •». Find it fast in the YiUOW PACES ing. Grand Knight Peter Beck' er presided at the business meeting. The local council observed its fifth annivesary this month and to show their appreciation 1o Joe Sinnwell, financial secretary, for his work with the or- gahization, was presented a K. C. emblem ring. Committee in charge of lunch and social hour were Franklin Wagner, Jake Thilgos, Bernard Thilges, Norbert F'ridcrs and Edward Reding. The annual Knights of Columbus state convention, to be hold in Davenport May 19, 20 and 21, will be attended by Peter Becker, grand knight, Joe Sinnwell, financial sec., and Harold Reding, district deputy and past grand knight of St. Joseph's council. St. Joseph's council will hold its next monthly meeting Monday, June 4, with election of officers the main business of the evening. Iceland has the oldest representative form of government in the world. Tuesday, May 15, 1956 Algona (la.) Upper Dei Molnet—5 READ THE WANT ADS—IT PAYS HOT H&ter fc marry ....(jasste A>.Ifttfe V- J..J- NO MONEY DOWN As Little As $3.00 A Month North Central Public Service Co, WEST BEND COMMUNITY SCHOOL j..,.,.. Class of 1956 , ^J Carol/nArHneitfe'r ki-U-K f)V-V" Ellj^beik-Urajit ^ iar| ^ ! - Pirtmvs by U'ull/. Studliis, UL>» We Congratulate The West Bend Community School Class of '56 I DAVENPORT ELEVATOR CO. IOWA STATE BANK WEST BEND ELEVATOR WEST BEND, IOWA

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