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"cbrated Cindy flack'. . . blrthdav week. A picnic , s " PP ! r wa » at l ?J aw " of th , e h ~!T, Of ,J£? 8 h and Eth?1 Wednesday Cedar evening '"honor of Mr and Mrs Mrs R»' hard Silbnugh of Arlington, Va'., Airy", here Mr and Mrs Everett Srfbaugh her ount, family ° ^ ie ^' **?*** Neb a Y o-,, ^T? Okob °J'. a ' e Silbaugh .home Wed- " and stayed until Thursday The morning. Others present for the Sun- Mr a »f Mrs Claude nd dau K hter *. Mrs Jim ] - v ' r * Mrs Berns. Mrs Pack- Mrs Andrew Andrew Andrew,' Mr ^IT^^^L^. Mir- ;,_ at ! -, ,,.,. , , , , , Fack-l are Mrs Sllbau E h s daughters and Paul ?, s ' and ler ' * Ich "* Ev ' re " " brate. Mri Vloltt Aftfenon - , ,,, ' Mr and Mrs -, , T " cker and , spent Wednesday and Thursday at Wall Lake. Corlus Perkins of Des Moines also present. Tuesday afternoon Mrs Clara Batcheller, Mrs Sadie Linn, Mrs Lib Tourte and Colleen Batcheller also came to help celebrate. Rebekah Lodge will hold its meeting after Vacation on Wednesday evening, Sept. t 2 f at 8 p.m. attendance contest is still on. Friday Club twill hold its first meeting of the) club year Friday, Sept. 4. It wilj be a 1 p.m. luncheon at the Green Tea Room in Jefferson. Members are asked to at the home of Mrs Alice Stream at 12:15 p.m. Mrs Virgil Marsh spent Tuesday and Wednesday in Des Moines her mother, Mrs J. W. Gebhart, and other relatives. She met her sister, Mrs Bob King, at the shopping center and also met Bill Lammers, a former Churdan resident. Baptist Ladies Aid will meet the church Thursday, Sept. 3. visit visited friends here Tuesday after- ever, it will be an all-day and" 0 ^' Mr / nd Mr ! vT - J ' WrA ^t. - ------------ " "" "' -----families L Mr . and , M .TM William Andrew, j , . and "y. Rock Is and, HI., Str«n, Dallas John and Wally, Minneapolis; Mrs Larry Gardner, Mike and Susan, and Sf ai ? d Junction; Mr and Mrs of.^ erleT Outtrim - Gar y and Gail; and| Mr Jake C ^ ter ' Rog jl r and Tom - Clopton; Mr and Mrs Paul Blair, David and Elizabeth to do some painting and cleaning. Bring supplies and a % sack lunch. Dessert will be. served by the hostesses, Maxine Board, June Flack, Georgia Gebhart, Mabel Foster, Irene Ferguson and Martha Flack. Marjorie Fiscus will have the devotions. The birthday party for June, July, August and September birthdays will be held. Each one to bring a 50 cent gift. Doris took supper Monday evening of i will be in charge of the party last week with Mrs Mattie Out-1 Mrs E. W. Swanson of Jndianola trim Marsha11 Andrew and Mr and as an overnight guest at re-l ? A ' B ' Gardtl er. The William P. E. Lohr home Friday morning _ _ ..... family. re-, , ,. ., , , , she! drew f a m l ) y had been to Jeffera | son to attend the funeral of Edward Millard. William is a nephew of Mrs Mattie Outtnm, Mrs Gardner and Marshall Andrew. Mr and Mrs Phillip Olson and family moved last week from the Gerald Anderson house in the southeast part of town and are living with Mrs Olson's parents, Mr and Mrs Albert Flagman, for the present. Mrs Florence Ringgenburg of of be theme and came mother, i r g i l and Mr she visited Miss Ruby Flack and Mrs Mary Wright and then took dinner with Mr and Mrs John Lundy and Barbara. Mr Swanson brought her here and a friend came down from Sanborn after that afternoon to take her there stay with her parents, Mr and Robert Inman. Mrs Inman is ill. Ths Inmans had spent week before last with the Swansons at their new home in Indianola. A reception for teachers will be Kelley visited Mr and Mrs George held Friday evening, Sept. 4, Skinner Friday morning. She had , P.m. at the high school. There spent two weeks with relatives at Rockwell City. Mr and Mrs Harold Legore and be a program. Band Mothers are sponsoring it, but the public is invited. Each band mother is to Mr and Mrs Charles Curtis and | bring a pie. Stanley arrived home early Wed- j Mr and Mrs Arthur Fay and nesday morning They left Aug. 13 (Dennis of here, Kathleen and went 1o Lima, Mont., where'of Lohrville and Karen Struck acquainted they visited Mr and Mrs Phillip Hyland ancl children. Mrs Curtis and Mrs Hyland are daughters of the Legores. Lima is 50 miles west of where the earthquake took place. They felt it Monday and Tuesday nights. It was worse Monday night, but no damage was done to the Hyland home However [articles in the store there fell off the shelves. They visited West Yel- lowston after the quake. Mr and Mrs Curtis and Phillip went up in a plane to see the damage They also saw a forcst fire and sage brush fire and at Laurel, Neb., .Wednesday morning there was a .train wreck and they were rerouted. Mrs Lee MeConnel and David Wallace of Worthington, Minn , were overnight guests of Mr and Mrs C. F. Wallace Tuesday night ot last week. Mr and Mrs Charles Sarazino of Spirit Lake took breakfast with Mrs Opal Williams and Mrs W. R. Rces and daughters Wednesday. All came to attend the, funeral of Mrs Frank McNulty at jthe Catholic Church in Jefferson Wednesday morning. Mrs McNulty was a sister of Mr Wallace and the others were her nieces and nephews. Mrs Cora Studyvin celebrated her 82nd birthday Thursday, Aug. 27, at the Flack Nursing Home. Kathy and Cindy Flack took dinner and supper with them as Cindy was six years old the day before. Mrs Mary Wright was also present for dinner. In the afternoon Mrs Studyvin was surprised when Mrs Jim Henrichs, Mrs Lodcl Henrichs and Kathy, Mrs Goldia Woltz and Collefte, all of Grand Junction, Mrs Norma Henrichs and a friend Storm Lake spent Monday of last week in Omaha, Neb. The Fay» sold cattle there. Mr and Mrs Donald Fritz and daughters attended a family dinner Aug 23 in honor of Mrs Fritz' mother, Mrs Essie Laughery, of Guthrie Center. It was held at L L. Christianson home in Atlantic. One of Mrs Laughery's sons and four of her daughters and their families were present. The other son and three daughters were unable to attend. Joe Mackey, R. J. Minnehan and Frank Schall of here and Emory Barne* of Jefferson spent Wednesday at Bassett, Neb. Minnehan bought cattle. Mr and Mrs Gloyd Harlow family and her mother, Mrs Hoskins, of Des Moines, were dinner guests Aug. 16 of Mr and George Hoskins and family. Mrs Hoskins remained with her son family. The next Saturday the George Hoskins family and Mrs Hoskins went to Des Moines took dinner with the Harlow family. Mrs Hoskins remained at home and her granddaughter, Susan, stayed with her and also visited at the Harlow and Oscar Myers homes. Mr and Mrs Hoskins and sons drove down Thursday after Susan. Mrs Eva Harlow of Lincoln, Neb., who had been visiting in res Moines, rode up with the Hoskins family Thursday to the Clarence Smith home. Relatives here have received word that Frank Yeager is ill bed at his home near Rockwell City with the mumps. Paul Coon of St. Paul, Minn., of Boxholm came to help her cele- Clarence Coon of Sac City,

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  1. The Jefferson Bee,
  2. 01 Sep 1959, Tue,
  3. Page 8

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