Clipped From The Eldora Herald-Ledger
the Gifford By Mrs. Ralph Gnnderson The water at the Gifford school has been tested recently and found satisfactory. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Fagan spent Sunday with_their daugh- and were | ter jjj. s Edwin Palmer, jf am iiy at Iowa Falls. I at I Mr. and Mrs. .Elmer Anselme IW*nt Sunday visiting Mr. and Harvey Walker at Shef- M s l n Mrs. Eldon Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Rose were Mr. and home* Mrs. Lloyd Rose and family of , JJes Moines. Mrs. Rose enter- tamed the Christian church of Eldora Mission society at her home Thursday. There were 25 present. Mrs. Rose left Friday morning for What Cheer, where she will be hostess to the golden golden wedding of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Lally next Wednesday. Mrs. Everett Wilson met Mrs. John Tomb and daughter, Barbara, Barbara, of Dover, Ohio, in Marshalltown Marshalltown Thursday evening. They will visit for some time in the Wilson home. Mr. and Mrs. Clem Crosser of Union spent Thursday evening in the Blaine Crosser home. Mrs. Harold Williams and Robert Dickenson accompanied Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Steelman and Jody to the Cattle Congress at Waterloo Friday. Mrs. Williams will spend the weekend in the home other daughter, Mrs. Geo. Jensen. Judy Adams, Betty Hendricks, Gladys Moon, Mary Campbell, Inez Wilson and Pearl Holthuis started sorting hybrid seed corn at Clarke's near Whitten Tuesday. Tuesday. The W. S. C. S. of the Methodist church met Wednesday Wednesday with Mrs. Ralph Gunderson. The meeting was conducted by the president, Mrs. Olaf Gunderson, Gunderson, with Mrs. Oren Chrisman giving the lesson on Malaya. Several guests were present, Mrs. Charlie Adams, Mrs. O*ai Adams, Mrs. Adrian Dickenjon and Judy, Mrs. Dale Campbell, and Mrs. Clate Rash. The society- voted to have a chicken supper the 19th of this month. Mrs. Nellie Hallett and Mrs. Chrisman assisted -with the lunch. Â· MARRIAGE LICENSES Clarence Dale Veld, 21, Whitten, Whitten, and Virginia Marie Martin, 20, Iowa Falls. Duane L. Fiscus, 28, Alden, and Phyllis M. Cox, 28, Iowa Falls.