Nortonville MRS. HENNEIHWtlSHMR ttussie Fischer, Denver, suffered a broken right shoulder in a fall. She is home ■ from the hospital and doing fine Visitors al the home of Mrs, Rertha Weishaar last week were Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Weishaar, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Shuman, Andy and Mark, Mrs. Ronald Wehmeyer, Mrs. JeanieSilman and Tracy, all of S. Louis. They attended the Hoffman-Gaskell Hoffman-Gaskell Hoffman-Gaskell wedding at Lancaster. Tracy was Tower girl and Andy was ring bearer. Mrs. I'aul Scheie of Kansas i. m • u i at ihe Weishaar home. The Mission Group of the Methodist Women fellowsmp nan at ine cnureti. Mable Crosswhite presided, readaverseofsmptiu-eano readaverseofsmptiu-eano readaverseofsmptiu-eano a poem. Gladys Shoekley gave E prayer calendar of missionaries Those attending Ihe fall district meeting in Hiawatha gave reports. Viola McBnde gave the worship thoughts. Bessie Ricketts gave the lesson The officers are Mable Crosswhi e, president, Gladys Shoekley, vice president, Mrs August Gontz, secretary, and Melissa McCoy, treasurer. Melissa McCoy was Nortonville Rebekah Lotfee met recently with Noble Grand H t " i Glenria Frost nresidine. Tlie Loap Yolea 10 W ?n ™vel.°Pf ln!^e "J? e ^psuie looeijuuei^ i1. - t « lloubs.ln enarge ot geuing ma'?r,a„ , Luctta modds recel,ve° a, 5e » °e f,™ hlv it was ......... _ Barb, Clinkinbeard, lodge delegate, made her report on the assembly. Nellie McCoy will report on Ihe president's program later. Covinnc Thompson reported on friendship night at Oskaloosa .„.rnlli„ r:liTnHa Frost <jprvpi! i-pfrpshiiients i-pfrpshiiients i-pfrpshiiients There will bean dection of 0[ficcrs at the next Dave Muller, assistant coach at Jcffcrson County North High Echool vi5itEd his parems at MfKirlmHl last weekend "^"i"* Page who was jniured [n a 'motorcycle ac-ddent ac-ddent ac-ddent a nlunth ago, recently liriderwe„t Rurgery for repair of a broken nip. He will undergo surgery later on an upper leg anua iooi, ne is ai Slorinnnt-Vail Slorinnnt-Vail Slorinnnt-Vail hospital in Topeka.