»>««F?rjf?Ti!T^!!"""-*:S^SP!Ss«riW . V " l * ,-~5T": SJ.TTTJT,;^;- -^ "^ . LakotaGir! Hospitalized With Fever Likota — Becky Beenitr. srvcn . #f Mr and Mrs Itobcrt BeernM-,- *'as admHU-d tn ftte. Buffalo Center hospital Thursday suffering from an at $rt Monday-f«r Catnp PendJeton, and Mrs Alfred Hcllman df Lakota are the parents of a 6 pound. 10 ounce daughter born Oct.-10 at Esthcrville, Mr and Mrs L. A, Nitz spent, tint- weekend in RadeliTfe where thry vrsitec! relatives. Mrs A. C. Schissel. Mrs Fred Schroeder and Mrs W. D. Ley attended an invitational organ recital "Tuesday night at Mason City. Dr. and Mrs H. M. Murray enjoyed having their thn?e children and families home through the past week. The Rev. Virgil Smith and tsck of fhtuimslie fever. She ] family of Babbitt, Minn, arrived \v:U Have to remain in the hospital for sbcm! two wwks and then ?prnd several more weeks very quietly when she returns home. *!*- •". Mr and Mrs Leon Kramer o! Minneapolis spent the weekend rwiVh the A, C. Biersledts. Marines Terry Spear, Michael Ellsworth and Dale junkenneier who have be4n home ori leave, Thursday evening to spend the weekend with John E, Smi-th and the Herman Juttings. Mr I. E. Wortman, who undef- w§nt surgery in Mercy hospital at'Mason City last week, was allowed to return to his home Sunday. Mr Wortmlan is getting along nicely. Mr and Mrs Clarence GarVer of Wells. Minn, announce the of their daughter, , td> Ronald Baumann, son of M* z»d Mis <3*orge M. Bau- ffiarW 6f ti*$M*. No wedding date has been set. Mrs William E. Meyer, who had major surgery at the Blue Earth hospital last week, came home Tuesday and is recovering nicely. Monday morning Supt. J. W. Cook, Burdette HoefJpner, Gottlieb Rieffer and 13on Boyd furnished and prepared a kick-off breakfast for the Boy Scout drive in Lakola. The helpers who" were guests were Don KOppen Cecil Anderson, Robert Ruby Elmer Haas, Earl Thompson, Ray Krominga, Dr. Groff, Jakic Peterson, W. D. Ley and Rev. Kruse. Monday afternoon eight Jadies from Lakota were guests of the Blue Earth Garden Club at tho Methodist church there. They vere Mesdames Harry Roseneau, Sugene ChMst, Don Boyd, Chares Hertzke, Rober* Hamilton Viola Huettner, -, , ._ :: Dr. and Mrs ft* £. Wiffiliti* arrived «t tfce Old* WednSSda; ftorte Iff «Mf ttrtrtf. ft returned home Sunday from a week's vSca'tion spent in Lexihg- Wn, Ky. president^ Ruth Ann Ktein,.. treas.; Dor& Alin K«fcliittf,JifK torian; Leerftofi Hflt^t, ian; Charlefte """ "*' Kristirttf It's Time For Your Pre-Winter Check-Up Rustler 4-H Clubs Install I,* New Officers new members Initiated were" Cotl nie and Corrlne Bormann, Kfiffi- leen Beeson aird Pau4a Jean Thil- :es. Lunch was served by Kn&tine Plathe and Doris Ann Kohlhaas and their mothers. The regular Riverdale Rustlers unit 2 meeting was held Oct. 17 in St. Joseph's school. Initiation S«Rti* in St. Jteepih') By ftev. Le<f W0% Barbara, -rri" —r* >6ht daughter of »f arid - Seller; 3St& ftenAt On Oct. 17, Riverdale Unit 1 held thelf meeting at which 'time jnilialion 6f new members and installation of officers was held. Officers for the corning year are Ma'fy Alma O'Sriettj presi- . of fiew members "and titm of officers wag-Heidi' Lois fcrpeldiilg' WaS installed dcnl; Sandy O'Bfien m vice- president; Georgia Thul, secretary-treasurer; Rosalee Illg, historian; Florence McGuire, photographer; Marioh fCohlhaas, re porter; Vicky McGuire, music chairman.- New members ed were Kathleen Plathe, Sandra McKeowtt and Mary Sue Zeimet. Lunch was served by Rosalee Illg and Marion Kohlhaas tiormann, infant daughter of Mr and Mrs Howard Bormann; aftd Irene Teresa McGuire, infant daughter of Mr and Mrs Leonard McGuire, Mr and^Mrs Albert Becker are parents of their first child, a son born in St. Ann hospital Oct. 18. Mr and Mrs Ralph Kenne and sons, accompanied by Elizabeth and Maynard Hertzke, Vcra and dent; Bcrnadette Milbert, vice- and their mothers. Befte, fcptffi §tfftda> .. . •Wrhere thef visited Mary Heleri itenfte at IttimafeulSie d« Aspifancy'and witft Miss sisters, Sister M. Bonavit* |nd Sister M. Benvanuta O.S.F. at Mt St. Francis Convent. Sister M. Madeline O.S.F., Mt Str Francis Convent? Dubudue had the following visitors on Sun dayV "Visitors -Day" at the con vent; Mr and Mrs John B. Red ing and Eddie, Mr and Mrs Har aid Frideres, Mr and Mrs Donalc Illg, Mr and Mrs Marvin Reding an •* I -, * A Coteen, and ttonald Reding and Lori C. . t parish, is atfendiftg Re- Tal Sioux City this ^eek. Carol firpelding, daughter of Mr and Mrs, Francis Erpeldingi student at St. Joseph's -Mercy Hospital 1 School' M Nursing i« Mason CHy spent -the weekeftd here with home folks. , J ; t Alaskan Movie To Here Nov. 4-5 A two-hour, brilliantly colorec movie tour of Alaska, entitled; "The Last Frontier", will be pre sented in the AlgOna high schoo- fights: fiSM, week, day^ begin ludi /vett—_„--_-. ^5. TTit 1 , il/ght a* 8 bA.«, ,^ }f fh^AlgMa'Polite^ . Sponsor tjft6 sbowings here a'ilcL gMicemen' Sft^ellitlg -tickets it*jviff afed be atail- at tha tlefi in •— ~-—^-~£ ~* dfy^a ~^ "~»**W* -**1 aft aid M toda?% UDBl. m^ 'itself- *tt«s .the I lt2<H) pdund *eaf s' a^f ,mHer Al-a^kan „ M'sc&nfct Views, t which fe,,be'plferttiM in the 49th state. Seven.years-of work and tfiree years bf .sequence shoot- iAg wW§ ncfctsssaty' to get the fun- dbwn bf ttife complete 'cyelfe of Lake Geofge, Wftich is khowh as the only' self-Mllng,. self-emptying 1-ake in the world. 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