Clipped From The Eldora Herald-Ledger
1 1949 18 months Gifford By Mrs. Ralph Gundenon Mr. and Mrs. Sam Lepley vacationed vacationed Tuesday and Wednesday Wednesday at Milford, going from there to Okoboji, where they visited a cousin. Mrs. Joe Lepley, who was bedfast suffering a brokei hip. On the way home they called on Mrs. Roy Everst at Mason City. Mrs. Mary Campbell entertained entertained the Union Legion Auxiliary Auxiliary at her home Tuesday. Recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Campbell were Mr. and M-s. Jim Campbell of E'.dora and Mr. and Mrs. Gaylord Campbell of Ames. David Dickensou is spending several days with his grandparents, grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. David Dickenson Dickenson of Eldora. Mrs. Mellie Robinson and daughter, Jean, and Mrs. Edna Rnutson returned to thair homes Wednesday after spending several several days visiting their sister, Mrs. John Wilson. Mr. and Mrs. Olaf Gunderson, and Lynn and Frances spent Thursday in the George Case home at Tama. Mr. and Mrs. Elaine Grosser and Betty Mae visited recently with Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Myers at Geneva. Mrs. Gene Steelman a n d daughter, Debra Ann, are reported reported doing nicely in the Iowa Falls hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Earheart and Jeannie visited Thursday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Kenneth Seim. Mrs. Ralph Gunderson and sons spent Wednesday in Des Moines. Mrs. Kenneth Lepley and son, Allen, are spending a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Everett Lepley. Lepley. They visited with Mrs. Mst- tie Lepley in Union Thursday evening.