!fr«Sr^*Ni!»****»iN^ I Santa? Yes ! All men applaud your selection if It comes in a HUB Gift Box I For at the Hub we speciallxe in the Very things men and boys want most . . . • in the 'Famous Brands' they respect for quality I And added to that is the careful assistance we give you at the Hub in 'the selection of a gift for "HIM " The Christmas Store For MEN The Christmas Store For BOYS I Algona, Swea Girls Queen Nominees WHO'S THE FAIREST ONE OF, ALL? One of these 15 — students including two from Kossut.h County, at Iowa State Teachpfs 4—Algona (la.) Upper Des Moines College will be selected as Old Gold beauty queen to be honored in the 1957 Old Gold, student yearbook. Tfiese 15 were seleciea in the first annual Beauty Pageant recently. As well as beauty queen, students will select three attendants. Finalists are: front row, left to right: Sandra Humeston, Albia; Carolyn Bruce, Hamburg; Naomi Harold, Cedar Falls: Nancy Oard, Mt. Union; Jean Lawson, Marion; and Nancy Norvell, Cedar Falls. Second row, standing: A'Del Herbst, Algona; Sandra Bricker, Des Moines. Sitting: Barbara Herroh, Red O'lk: Diane McKinnev. Chicago. Back row: Nancy Petersen, Marshalltown; Janice Gabel, Swea City; Judith Stachour, Sibiey; Jan Actamsoh, uedar Falls; Jo Meyer, Oelwein. . ' Seneca P.T.A. Enjoys School Band Concert Seneca — There was a good attendance at the Seneca P.T.A. meeting held last Monday evening at the school gymnasium. The main feature of the program was a band concert presented under the direction of the band leader, Mr Jones. Representatives o,f the Kraft Music Company of Estherville exhibited a large display ol musical instruments. During the business meeting plans were made for treats al the Christmas program. There will be no Decembe) PTA meeting. Refreshments were served bj the Earl Mclntires, Larmon Hatles, Melvin Madsens, Leslie Dentons, Robert Petersen, Carl Nielsens, Sig Loges and Lawrence UUenswangs. ATAN Jerry Wilberg concluded his 30-day leave with home folks and left at Thanksgiving time for Norfolk,' Virginia. He expects 10 be stationed there six weeks and then will go to Europe, possibly Germany. tafting part in the for her. Those courtesy were Mr and Mrs Howand Richards, Estherville; Mr and Mrs Lloyd Cornelius and family, Uraettinger; Mr and Mrs Sig .Loge and family, Mr and Mrs Fred Wienberger, Mr and Mrs Mrlvin Madsen and Carolyn, Mi und Mrs Roy Klein and Karrj Ann, Mr and Mrs Henry Jenser ami family, Mr and Mrs George Johnson. Mr and Mrs Cecil Anderson, Mr and Mrs Charles Beaver and Kennetn, Mr and Mr: Robert Burt, Mr and Mrs Lawrence UllenswLng and family, Mi and Mr-3 Gene Bollig, Mrs Howard Jones, Glenn, Sylvia and Harriet. Mrs Odin and Beverly were presented with a purse of money as a farewell remembrance from the group. They will move, in the near future", to a home which they recently purchased at Estherville the location baing 338 N. 16th St. Tuesday, December 4, 1956 met the Honor Roll Named Seneca high school students making the "A" honor roll the second six weeks of the current school year include Susan Breese Sandra Gable, Nancy Fischer, Mnrcia Hartshorn, Marilyn Johannesen, Ronald Johannesen. Darlene Johnson and Janice Osborn. Those receiving honorable mention include Sharon Dorsey Carol Johannesen, Bonnie Me- Intire, Lois Wilberg and Raymond Wilberg. Junior High School students on the "A" honor roll include Sandra Ellefson and Sharon Sullivan. Those receiving honorable mention were Kathleen Crowley, Marjorie Johnson and Susan Sullivan. Farewell Courtesy Mrs Carrie Odin was pleasantly surprised Saturday evening when neighbors and friends dropped in at her home for a farewell party SUPER GIFT SPECIAL/ SHEER FULL - FASHIONED NYLON HOSE Each Pair Individually Packaged Until She Wear* Them NOT "ordinary hociery ... no, ma'am I Sh»«r. clear full-fashioned nylon* with framed outline he*! in black — stunningly smart »n<f *o very gifty! Every single pair is FIBST QUALITY. The litest new shades, and the 50-15 weight SHE wants 'most. All lengths in ii*e« 9 to 10'/z. Buy What You Need for Hosiery "Tuck-in" Gifts I HURRY! HURRY! SMALL DEPOSIT HOLDS YOUR SELECTION ^ Seneca Homemakers The Seneca Homemakers last Tuesday afternoon at nome of Theresa Stilflug. Mrs Clarence Osborn and Mrs Ted Jensen presented the lesson. They also prepared vegetables according to new recipes and had a frozen cranberry salad and frozen, pumpkin pie served for refreshments. During the business meeting the group voted to send a con tribution to the Christmas Seal program and give a monetary gift to the Retarded Children's Fund. The group also voted to senc a Christmas box to the Woodward Home. The Christmas party will beheld Dec. 18 at the home of Mrs Everett Witham. Each one is to bring a Christmas goodie and a home made gift for the gift exchange. Homemakers in attendance received tneir new program yeai books. Those participating in the meeting included Mrs John Struecker, Mrs Myron Spear, Mrs Everett Witham, Mrs John Johannesen, Mrs Clarence Osborn, Mrs Earl Crouch, Mrs Fred Brown, Mrs Lyle England, Mrs Ted Jensen, Mrs Henry Looft and the assistant hostesses, Mrs Siebolt Behrendi and Mrs Woodrow Kracht. Mesdames John Struecker and Clarence Osborn have charge of the Christmas meeting program anc. 1 . request that each member contribute a nuin.ber for the program. Seneca Loses Two The Seneca Basketball team> played their first game of thi season at Lone Rock last Mon day night. S?neca dropped both games to Lone Rock, the girls losing 56-37, while the boys bowed to Lone Rock 47-43 in a hard fought game. Marilyn Johannesen led the loc.al scoring in the girls game with 26 points. la the boys game David Looft tallied 16 points while Roger Nielsen scored 13 points. On Friday night the Seneca teams split with Fenton. The En-Is being defeated 37-24 while the Seneca boys outscored the Fenton boys 51-41. The Seneca girls led Fenton "i-6 at the end of the first period but were unable to find the basket the next two periods. They rallied on the 4th period, but tor late to boost the score enough, for a win. The Seneca boys got off to » fast start, leading Fentqn 13-4 a» the end of the first period and maintaining a lead throughout the game. Looft, Nielsen and Ronnie Johannesen shared the scoring honors for the Indians. The Seneca Luther League members and their advisors, Mr and Mrs Harold Grunhovd, at- tended a Pocket Testament Banquet at the Nazaretn Lutheraj church at Armstrong Thorsdaj evening. The local league pre sented a number on' the evening's program, a vocal selection sung by Marilyn Johannesen, Lois Wilberg and Jjnet Goilenfeld. Lenders and officers of the Sei.eca Stars and Sparklers 4-K Clubs attended a County 4-H Of ficer Training School held at the Algona high school annex Saturday afternoon. One ot the hiaii- lights of' the afternoon's program was tne presentation of awards Seneca 4-H club members receiving awards for high scoring record books included Kathryn Johannesen and Lois Wilbern members of the Seneca Stars; Mary England and Snaron hiu- livan of the Seneca Sparklers and David Looft t'rdm tlje Senecf Progressive Farmers 4-H Club. Mrs Caleb Hartshorn spent Monday and Tuesday of last week attending a Cooperative Bookkeeping Short Course being held at Ames last week. She was call cd home Tuesday evening duo to the- passing-of her father-in-law Roy Hartshorn. The Leon McCoys of Swea City drove to Ames and brought her home. Mrs Sheldon Merrill Junior and children of near Buffalo, Missouri visited Thanksgiving week at the home of her parents, the C. O Baileys. Mr and Mrs Earl Sheppherd of Algona, Mr and Mrs Dave Lynch, David and Patricia of Lone Rock and Edwin and Eddie Stattlemam of West-Bend were Sunday afternoon visitors- nt the Everett Witham home. Beverly Oden has completed a six montns course at the Mankato Commercial College. She expects to find employment at Estherville after she and her mother movi there in the near future. Mr and Mrs John bunpson of Whittemore weie Sunday evening visitors at the Elmer Witham home. The Seneca Thursday club met this past week at the home of Mrs Fred Wienberger. Mrs Hans Thompson had charge of the entertainment and Mrs Paul Hassel was a guest. The group will hold their Christmas party at the home of Mrs Herbert Krause. Geo. Leibold Of Livermore Rites Monday Funeral services for George H. Liebold, 67, resident of Livermore for the past 11 years, were held Monday in Sacred Heart Catholic church at Livermore at 9:30 a.m. Fr. P .M. Sturm officiated and burial was in St Joseph's cemetery. Hamilton Funeral Home of Algona was in charge of arrangements. Mr Liebold died at Mercy hospital in .Fort Dodge Saturday morning of a heart ailment. George Henry, .gon of Michae 1 and Catherine Jarding Liebold, was born June 8, 1889 at Rickers- ville, la. He w"as married to Julia E. Morin Oct. 14, 1925, at Des Moines. Mrs Liebold was a teacher for many years at Livermore She died Aug. 20, 1956. Survivors include two sisters, Rose (Mrs Lduis Schutter), Rock Island, 111., and Loretta (Mrs. Earl Scott), St. Paul, Minn.; and two brothers, Peter N. Liebold New Hampton, and Leo Liebold Harvard, 111. Pallbearers at the funeral were Eugene Hanifan, Pete Sweeney, Arnold Kellner, Jim Powers, Frank Devine and Joe Ehrhardt. Dedicate Addition The new addition to Lucia Wallace school will be dedicated tonight, Tuesday, Dec. 4, from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. There will be a short program, featuring the Lucia Wallace chorus and talks by Supt. O. B. Laing and board chairman Perry CoDins, followed by guided tours through the new portion of the building. CJDM Classifieds Pay Dividends BEDSPREADS Comforters & Matching Pillows Complete showing in "George Washington" by Bates . . . "Minuet" by Morgan Jones . . . Chenilles. See our wonderful showing of dacron comforters and matching pillows. Shown on our lower floor. . i I BATHROOM SETS All the popular colors and styles . . . solid colors and embroidered. Shown on our lower floor. TOWELS "Martex" and "Fieldcrest" towels. See the new matched sets in popular colon. BEAUTIFUL LINENS All sizes in beautiful Christmas cloths as well as prints and solid colors. See the new "Quaker" lace cloths and mat sets in pastel colors? Every thing that is new for your easy selection. Select NOW On Our LAYAWAY PLAN Shop In Comfort At Christensen's We Gift-Wrap FREE!
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