New members of college singing group "at Jack Lcoft's, ftoehaster, Minn. Joining them were the Dick Loofts and sons, Minneapolis, and the Elmer Hoftsffiatis arid Sara, Bfitt••, Trie Curtis Dlsetw wefe THH- rttegiyiftg gueite of tiatto dittgh* tefj the EVifrett .Zitteridtes, Tfcf' Mil. . > • . The Gordon Christensetis, Decorah, visited the Ted Jensens Saturday and accompanied the Jensens to the S-aneca Alumni Banquet at Armstrong. Mr. fiSiteil&n was a speaker for the program. Me had the dittinc- tion .of b&ing the last superin- tertdehit at the Stineca CoHsoli' dated scfhdol. AROUND-THE-WORLD FLYER — Paul Whaley of What Oheeur was recently promoted by Pan American Airways to Captain and is commanding jets ovei routes across the Pacific, Atlan tic art'd afouftd-the-world. MISS RAM KEES, daughter of Mr. arid Mis; Lawrence R. Kees, is pictured, with three other members of the newly selected Double Sextette at Christian College -in[Columbia, •; Mo: The; ; versatile fei wide tpuii-i: Pictured from left to right are: Miss singing group has traditionally suhg at, locil and Kees; Miss^Judith Lynn, Indianapolis, Ind.; Miss regional activities, and this year initiates a state- Verria Easley, Bropkfield, Mo.; Miss Diane Lodge. Seneca farmer is married to Minnesota girl Seneca T- Jean Mae Allen, daughter of the James Aliens, Winnebago, Minn., and Daryle Gene Preston, son of the Howard Prestons, Swea City, were married Nov. 12 at the Immanuel Lutheran church at Swea City. The double ring ceremony was.performed by the Rev. Jul- with the army. ius Peterson. Attendants included Diana Peterson and Larry Sorensen. A wedding supper was served at the Emory ..Preston home. They are living on a farm northwest of Seneca. Mrs. Preston is a 1963 graduate of the Winnebago high school and Daryle was graduat- ed'from Sentral high school in 'He served three' years CHURCH PROGRAM Blakjer Lutheran church women held a stewardship program and family night Nov. 17, at the church, The' welcome was by Mrs. Henry Looft. Pastor Anderson had the devotions. Audrey and Cathy Bergum, Becky Jensen and Mrs. Or dean Kabrick sang. The meditation was by Mrs. Looft. Women of the church presented their Treasure Chest offering. Speakers Were Mr. and Mrs. Herb Myers, Cylinder, Who spent three months last winter helping with the mission work among the Equatorial Indians in South America. Families and guests were served Norwegian food specialties by a committee of church women. Mrs Betty Moll and family, of Des Moines, spent the Thanksgiving weekend with, her parents, the August Nelsons. The Rolfcrt Jacobsens, May nard, Howard Prestons, Gaylord Olsens and Daryl Prestons were Wednesday guests of the Cur tis Olsens. Mrs. Marvin Larsen's name was unintentionally omitted 'rom the group of hosteisses at ihe bridal shower for Jean Mae Allen, bridereleot of Daryl Preston, last Wednesday at the Legion, hall at Swea City. Thanksgiving guests at. Raymond Gardner's included the former's sister, Mrs. Vera Rogers, also a sister Haiel, Chicago; a sister, Bertha, 'Fairmont, Minn., also a son,, the Virgil Gardners, Estherville, and the Eugene Gardners, rural Bancroft. Alfred Petersen was injured last Friday while cutting wood at Q. R. Patterson's farm near Ringsted. He received a neck in jury and facial lacerations when a limb fell on him.: He is now in^the hospital at Estherville. He has been in traction for the neck injury. The Sheldon Merrills Sr., of Buffalo, Mo., visited in the Sen eca area over the Thanksgivinig weekend and also attended the Seneca Alumni banquet. Mrs. Edna Johannesen and Larry were Thanksgiving guests of • 'the former's mother, Mrs. Herman Streucker, Fairmont. Jill Jensen, student at Augui tana college, Sioux Falls, spent fne Thanksgiving weekend with ler parents, the Ted Jensens. The Gordon Biirts have a 9 12 oz. boy born on their day. coffee guests at Dr. John Schutter's, Algona, and also vis ited Mr. Schutter's mother, Mrs Minnie Schutter, of West Bend, John FraBzen , at Mason City : Funeral services for John ifttefti'dty were held Saturday afternoon at the Bethlehem Lutheran church in Masbrt City. Hs ws*s a brothcr-in-hw of H. W., Frank, and Rudolph Steibritz. He had lived many ye~ars irl Mason City and was fofifierly of the TLtonka area. Mr. Franzen was born Jan. 4, 18&7, at Dike, son of Edlert and Elifeabath Franzen. 'He was a member Of the B&thltiheMri Lutheran church and Clausen Wor- uen Post 101 of the Amerlcah Legion and was a veteran of am Tom Stebrita, MrS, i« ni rs rs rft'ond aHd'Mrs. Hornet Clarkf HICKORY NUTS— A Id. fesfdeni 61,'Spiliville, rented gsaht ^Vicfer l¥£> broiig-hii I :ome giant hickod-y nuts Wha.-te i9 frftm. Missouri to visit 1 pa^Ms,'* Mr. and Mrs. A6ii& Ira, Splllvilie, Some of the til measured 5 inches atourtd ffij came from a tree whica is larga two men couldn't reaoi round it. iw' \*ft\. II Traveling to ST. PAUL? MINNEAPOLIS? STAY IN THE MIDWAY ¥/h«r« the Twi» Citiss M«et OR TwmsltlotorHotd . wedding anniversary, Nov. 21, at the hospital at Estherville. He wiU be named Andrew Waynes They have a girl, Laurie Ann, 4, 1 and a boy, Bobby, 2%. Bobby and Laurie Ann stayed with their grandparents, the Robert Burts. To make their stay excit-' ing Laurie Ann came down witlh the chicken-pox. •-' Mrs. Floyd Salisbiny arid John went to Sioux City Sunday to- Visit a daughter, the Wayne Deckers, arid Diane Salisbury, who is staying with the Deckers. The Floyd Salisburys and John were Thanksgiving guests of Mrs. SaUsbury's sister, the Richard Hoveys, Rolfe. The David Loofts were Thanksgiving guests Sunday of the Glen Hoppes, Truman, Minn. Thanksgiving guests of Mrs. Nina Kracht and Linda Sue inn luded the latter's grahdmoth-j Alona; also the Roger Taylors ifary Ann, Susan and Deannia, wiho has been convalescing at the Sohutter home for the past v:, few weeks. Other guests includr Mrs. Bertha Pommer, Algo- la, and the Gerrit DeWaards, of ural Wesley. The Raymond Bergums left arly Thursday for Newport, R. ., where they spent the''week- >nd with their son,, the James MOTOR LODGE TAKE YOUR PICK _ PAMOUS RESTAURANTS AND COCKTAIL LOUNGES-MR. JOE'S and INN OF THE BLACK KNIGHT t 2 SWIMMING POOLS - Indoor Hiated Pool/Lire* Outdoor Pool ind Patio 230 LUXURIOUS GUEST ROOMS AND SUIUS-AJI Air-Cortditloned • Rlilio 4 TV. Sfnfe!es~?9.75 Chlttfm Doub!es-$i2.75 I Under 14 Twins-?14.75 I FREE It MEETING and BANQUET DOOHt to iccommodal* group* up la 500. IHf PtRFtCl LOCATION It MlnirtM W DMnlMM WnW)llil • St. rwl • U Hliurtu to IUWMNHUI «!<• •Hi tni tut SU*y« • 1 HlMlM *• SkHdlni CMIV-MII IkM M nib UK coupon m FOUOWIM Chtck Bom) MIDWAY LODGES WEST SEMtCi 1975 UNIVERSITY AVENUE ST. PAUL, MINNESOTA S5IM CintUiMn: PJMM O Ni*M9 M»lw l**« IndMfl) D MM IMir IMM IfMtan Q iRftnMttw M Wnn to * mi «M to MM Ute Citiw Slit* Zip )es Moines, Mrs. Marilyn Rubi na and Karen, Romney, W. Va The grandmother, and the.Tay ors returned to their homes on Sunday. Mrs. Rubiano and en remain until after the Christ mas-holidays. Thanksgiving weekend guests of the Everett Withams includ ed 'their daughters, the Pet ielmers and two sons, Milan,' II., Norman Watsons, of Troy' Grove, 111.; Robert Tiels, Davenport; and the Elmer Withanis. The Donald Baldwins, of Des Vfoines, were weekend guests of^ bhe former's parents, the Cecil' Baldwins, and attended the Seneca Alumni banquet at the Nazareth Lutheran church Fellowship hall at Armstrong Saturday. There were 25 Seneca Saddle club members at Everett Witlh- anVs Sunday for a trail rids. They reported the weather rather chilly and had coffee and sandwiches on return to the Witham home. The. Henry Loofts were Sun- JergunTs. .James is in ; the serv- ce and stationed there. The Bergums made the trip, by air. Mrs. Nina Kracht and. Linda Sue, Cathy Bergum, Anna Menz and Ann Fortney met at the ortney home Sunday and with Mrs. Fortney planned the 1967 4-H club program. The Rob Butterfields, Minneapolis, visited,, .the Jerry Wil- jergs Saturday and accomipanieti them to Armstrong for the Seneca Alumni banquet at the Naz areth Lutheran church Fellow ship hall. The Charles Beavers . were Thanksgiving guests at their son the Jim Beavers, Estherville. The David Loofts and Henry Loofts were Thanksgiving guests VoU are cordially invited to visit our . . . Diamond Room v t , and view the finest collection of diamonds i , • -•. " •- :;•,, '. in this area, priced from $ 39 to $ 350... m Relax in privacy arid comfort and let us show i you our beautiful diamonds this Christmas! Your credit is good at Rusk's . . No down payment . . 18 months to pay . . . Discounts given for cash. Rusk Drug & Jewelry ' *1 BO' ^ The Gift That Keeps On Giving AMERICANA FACTS the basic foundation, so you know what you are talking about, in ENCYCLOPEDIA AMERICANA IDEAS the foresight that lights the way to leadership, found in THE HARVARD CLASSICS WORDS the vocabulary that helps you put yourself across to others, found in WEBSTER'S DICTIONARY PUBLIC For the purpose o* settling with the Otto vVichtendahl heirs, will pffer for sale to th? highest bidder on December 8, l'966, at 1:30 o'clock P.M- »t the farm the following described real estate: LEGAL DESCRIPTION: The Southeast Fractional Quarter (Sfc Fr. '/.) of Section Three (3), Township Ninety-six (96) North, Range Thirty (30), West of the 5th P. M., Kossuth County, Iowa. LOCATION: Seven miles west and five and one-half miles north of Algona, Iowa. Six and one-half miles north and three miles east of Whittemore, Iowa, Three and one-half miles South and three miles east of Fenton, Iowa, Located on blacktop road. SOIL: •HOME 2M-2144 ALGONA, IOWA The Gift The Whole Family Will En joy Webster Silty Clay and Clarion Loam. Good drainage — good state of cultivation. IMPROVEMENTS: Nine-room house, block barn 36 x 68 x 15, hog house (block) 26 x 68, block garage 18 x 20 x 8, block chicken house 20 x 36 x 6, machine shed 24 x 40 x 8, block silo 14 x 30, crib and granary 24 x 30 x 8, POSSESSION: March 1, 1967. TERMS; Twenty per cent of purchase price upon execution of customary contract on date of sale. Balance on March 1, 1967, upon delivery of deed and abstract showing merchantable title. Seller reserves the right to accept or reject any or all bids. AUCTIONEER: Lloyd Berkland For further information see McMahon and Cassel, attorneys, Algona, Iowa, or Kenneth Bellinger, Fenton, Iowa.
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