Honor 2 From Kossuth For Children's Home Aid Two Kossuth County women, Mrs. Harold Krantz of rural Swea City and Mrs. Fay Asche of Bancroft, were honored at a special meeting of the Iowa Children's Home Society Board of Directors in Fort Dodge, Saturday. Mrs. Krantz was awarded a certificate for outstanding service, and Mrs. Asche received a certificate of appreciation for five years of service as a volunteer worker for the Society. Seventy-five persons attended the luncheon, and more than 100 were present for the afternoon program. Other Kossuth County residents qualifying for the five-year service certificate but not attending the meeting include: Mrs. William Shoenhair and Mrs. Robert Fortney, Bancroft; Mrs. A. B. Schenck, Algona; Mrs. Glenn Gabrielson, Sexton; Mrs. R. L. Krantz, Titonka; and Mrs. Fred Bentele, Wesley. 8 6 YEARS YOUNG Mr. and Mrs. Leo Steven, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Steven and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kees were at Alden recently to attend a dinner given for Harvey Steven, Algona, in observance of his eighty-sixth birthday. Mrs. Steven was with him and the dinner was held at the home of their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Hodgin. - o - CARD CLUB Mrs. Mary Cink entertained her card club Wednesday. This-, Wednesday the club will meet with Mrs. Rose Sabin. HAY RIDE The senior high young folks of the Presbyterian church held a hay ride Saturday at 7 which ended with lunch and fellowship time at Call State Park. - o - YOUTH MEETING United Presbyterian Youth met Sunday at 7 p. m. The lesson was "Finding the Right Perspective of Life" led by Jean Malueg. Bonita Kiilsholm was in charge of refreshments. - o - ANNIVERSARIES Mr. and Mrs. John Levy were at Austin, Minn. Oct. 17 to attend the silver wedding anniversaries of Mrs. Levy's brothers-in-law and sisters, Mr, and Mrs. Arnold Hammermeister and Mr. and Mrs. Irving Anderson. Sunday, the Levys were again at Austin to help celebrate the seventy- fifth birthday of Mrs. Levy's father, Hugo Schwartz. - o - EIGHT SPECKS Mrs. John Dutton will be hostess to the Eight Specks 500 club Nov. 3. - o - OBSERVE BIRTHDAY Mr. and Mrs, Dick McGinnis had Mr. and Mrs, Gilbert Hargreaves at dinner Oct. 11 in observance of the birthday of the latter's mother. There were several callers in the evening to wish Mrs. Hargreaves happy birthday, ATTENDS PARTY Mrs, Pauline McGuire attended a party Thursday evening at Lone Rock honoring the seventeenth Wrthday of her grandson, Michael, son of Mr. and Mrs, E. A, Lee, Among a few other guests were the horioree' s sister, Mrs, Ray Nesvold, prJtt. -o- BRIDGE HOSTESS Mrs. Elmer Walter entertained her bridge club Nov. 2. VISIT SYNAGOGUE The Methodist Junior Fellowship visited the Adas Israel Synagogue at Mason City Saturday. Arrangements for the visit had been made with Rabbi Leonard Kaplan. Twenty youth and five adults made the visit and Mrs. Wolf, an officer of the synagogue, conducted the tour and gave an interesting talk on the Hebrew faith. - o MR. AND MRS. Vern Evans have returned from a visit with relatives at Burlington, Kan. and at St. Louis, Mo. with their grand- 1 C son,'"-Marion'Evans and family; •• At Clinton, Mo. they visited relatives, Mr. and Mrs. Chester Wetzel and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Rondall. MRS. RAY ANDERSON took her mother, Mrs. Lottie Wheeler, back to Friendship Haven, Fort Ddoge, Saturday after her two- week visit here. MR. AND MRS. Nick Reding spent last weekend at Waterloo with their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. William Rakers. MR. AND MRS. Elmer Walter were at Winona, Minn, last week visiting with Mrs. Walter's mother, Mrs. Sarah Jeweski. MR. AND MRS. J. P. Studer spent the weekend at Mankato and Albertville, Minn, with their daughters, Sister Mary Julius and Sister Mary Minnette, respectively. MR. AND MRS. Robert Darbyshire had Mr. and Mrs. Brice Timm, Lake Mills as guests last Sunday. MR. AND MRS. E. B. Carlson have returned from a visit of several days at Minneapolis with their niece and husband, Dr. and Mrs. William Bevis and four children and many friends. They also visited Rev. Leonard Nelson at Cloquet, Minn. Mrs. Nelson died recently. They formerly lived here and Rev. Nelson was pastor of the First Lutheran church. Joan Byam Of Algona Weds Austin Man Joan Kay Byam, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Perry L. Byam, Algona, became the bride of James Hayden, son of Mr. and Mrs. James W. Hayden of Austin, Minn., at St. Cecelia's Oct. 23. Performing the ceremony was Msgr. P. P. Gearen. Vincent Esser and John Zaugg were acolytes and Sister M. Joseph was organist. The bride was given in marriage by her father. Marjorie Nelson attended the bride and Michonne Nelson was flower girl. Best man was Larry Hayden. A reception at noon was held at the K. C. hall. In charge of the guest book were Marlene Rhys of Austin and Janet Oliphant of St. Paul. Maybelle Geilenfeld and Mrs. Vernon Groff of Austin cut the wedding cake. A graduate of St. Cecelia's Academy and State College of Iowa at Cedar Falls, the bride "is ah instructor in the public «school system in Rochester, Minn. The groom, a graduate of Pacelii high school in Austin and Mankato State College, Mankato, Minn., saw service in the United States Navy. He teaches school in Mason City. The couple will be at home at 8 1/2 Rock Glen in Mason City. Burt Women At Girl Scout Info Session BURT - Mesdames Russell Patterson, George Becker, Jim Fries and Lucille Behrends, Burt Girl Scput leaders, attended the annual all-day meeting of the North Iowa Council of Girl Scouts Northrup King SUPERSTARS for corn profits KM 589 Good standability—best in its maturity class. Does well in heavy stands. Resists stalk rot and corn borers. Uniformly long, semi-blocky ears that dry fast. In area tests, outyielded nearest rival by 11.9 bu. per acre, Blight resistant, Holds its ears. Resistant to stalk rot and root rot, Performs well at high populations, Harvests easily with picker- shelter. Delivers big yields—even under adverse conditions, 4- AND PX6IO PX78 We have the right SUPERSTAR for your farm, Order your seed now, BIERL LOCKERS & FEED ST. BENEDICT, IOWA NORTHRUP KING SEEDS at Mason City Friday. Training sessions for counselors in the four groups of Girl Scouts were held during the forenoon. Mrs. Patterson, assisted by Mrs. Becker, was in charge of one of the junior Scout sessions. Following the smorgasbord luncheon at noon, there was election of officers and a varied program, including a talk and word of welcome by Mayor Mendon. - o - Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wiener and Carla, Cedar Falls, were weekend guests at the Jerry Wiener home and attended the open house honoring the silver wedding open house for the Jerry Wieners at the Methodist church. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Andrews joined relatives at the Dale Struthers home Sunday. Gwenyth Teeter, Mason City, spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Teeter. Mr. and Mrs. Don Mitchell spent Sunday in DesMoines where they helped their son Norman, ftnd family move to a new home. Mfs. Al Hlnckley entertainer] a group of ladles at a morning coffee at her home Friday. Alflona (M.) 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