ttttW I* •* after- •MOtkHODrtvt. ami II tMttato OH tlter- waft Mrs. C, 0. Prime, WSCSjhl •wiritwd to Mrs. Oliot lta***aW * f ^*yet*saA I^Har faSassfltBal •*%«>•% •MwlvJ VuvpVTi ^|wMH sH*"* WW 5T JH.-JI AttJ ^^^^4 tgy^aw^ gg^gib aw OM oawoQi JVM«iif H?*C wti heM wedtesaty, Tbos* met* Jtlasaalat CI»r«hm»iWiit|iai| M^ w tadMft. iMAaBaVftktMB •FO^^WI tt 1:10 P.B. at the of Mr*, dfit (Either) i van Pwymt Jdtat aa Work of each oa**s „ wfflbt there wlnbeaiadlt tea* ~ SATURDAY, JANUARY Si O.F.A. mats at t:90 SM •/ tttriea, to Mm AWr«w CfU, sen •' Mr. Nswy Cre* «f U*MMM. Am Afrit MeWtof It Miss Jftette ft • traeWfe e/ Me*f»*S«wr« Nlsfc Vtvfavff C«lfeff* ef We«trf> f le. Sft* /» Mrs. CoveS l fflrSapper. Hoe^ Mr. aad Mrs. John Anderson ad Mr. tad Mrs, Jess* How*. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY IS •twcoawrs Chto meets til PA. at First Nattoaal Bank Social Otattr. Program, "Sett Lwneh wmbe Mr. Cr*ft. BiaSMaNe' fnm Twin Ri**n CMMM!* Nfeft «f sMsv^saef ft • staoWf* »f Wevfsvrt. If* w»« r*. fr«* aW If. J. Amy eW I* «ei»/*rW *t * AM . l^vV THURSDAY, JANUARY 16 ClrctolofCoagrefarloaalWo- aea's Ftltowtato meets at Sp.m. at the church. Stefan Faotral HOM float***** Ibt tfct mw Mrt~ Maark* Mayato Bfkfet*&w4 tf saalfetilk T^BBB. 4nVl^V\ •ww*"*'***** IjHW _—_,—.—_ Mrs, KetMth Dayton, pr*a*Ma ait MBBBI •&A«jAf^ V j> t Awa*Brsal lUllft ass%A w "JaW vVIJrVMam* *.w«iiJiPll MN IPf™ vottoaa w*r*in charge of Mrs. Fraael* MtDer, Tht toatm "Mlattoaa to Sit Corttoeatig was Meaiatod by Mrs, DoatU BranSolL Mrt. Erato Burr, Mrs. Bill Unntog, Mrs. Bar* aard JaeottaTMrs. Edat atari chant, MrsTArt Zeman tad Mrt. Kenneth Dayton, A WSCS pin win be seat to Mrs. Abbto Olsot who r*e*att» restgaed tad moved to RumbokK. Reports were given by committees. Mrs. Dayton thanked til who had helped at the basaar aad OM Farmers Coop dtaaer. Circle meetings for Jtaatry were announced. Circle 1 la to meet at Mrs. Irma Dall's win lesson by Mrs. Bernard Jacobs: Circle n at Mrs. Carlos Harris* with lesson by Mrs. Merle Hala- rad tad Circle m at Beryl Dtek- *y*a with lesson by Mrs. Doaald Brandnolj. The nest general meettog will be February 1 wtft the officers as hostesses. L*«- aon wffl be presented by Mrs. Erato Burr and Mrs. Edna Marchant wffl have chart* of tat World Day of Prayer. Mr. aad Mrs. Brae* UnsJag tad family of Dakota City were New Years day dinner gwsta at the Donald Brandhol] home. Mr. and Mrs. Robert T Glenn and Janis. were dinner nests at the horn* of Mr, aad Mrs. Dean OTJonwU of Hampton. Mrs. Abbto Olson of Humbokt was a caller Tuesday at tat Arthur Kline home. Mr. and Mrs. Jean Wtltac* spent several days mis week M their cabin tt Bermldlji, Mtaa. Mrs. Illl Wllsti ••ttrtflMwl 500 cird clib LIVERMORE-Mrt. Bffl WO- son entertained the 500 cartel* Tvesday afternooa. A «pjn. luncheon was served. Hetom Davis received high, Dorothy Becker, travel, and Jean Hoeth- tor, tow. Mrs. Bob SeotTwts etrd paf ty tt Mrs. Co«i KoM- haas-tla AsjoM ikartay after- Mot. Mrs. Ted Waiter wc» KHh. Mrs. Mil Wer«H» see- oWisjR, ltd Mrs. SyhU Garnot, travel, Juator •Attillar* meettof Witt Ito heM Jaatiry 14, Mrs. Vert Clark is workttf tt Frtotd**} Hartt la Fort . ___ i Mary Sw Ktthttof H«n> boldt was a New Years dinner nttt tt Mrs. Maude Wilson's. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Rtney aid family were Christmas fist* tors at Mr. tad Mrs. John Swanson's at Stoux City. Ted Collins and Connie Day of La Verne were New Years eve visitors with Mr. tad Mrs. Dick Cotomam Randy Wilson of Eagle Grove visited his' traadparents. Mr. and Mrs. BUI Wilson, durlof the holidays. Mr. aad Mrs. Don Ruts and Jeff were Monday dinner fuesta si Mr. tad Mrs. Fred Benjamin's to Brtdnte. Mr. aad Mrs. Harry Rots vlttt- sd Mr. aad Mrs. Rust Chrlstoa- aen Monday tight to help Rosa . celebrate his birthday. OtttsM rtsMtits Hlsttrkil Stcltty OTTOSEN-A qnffl Is betas made tor the Humboldt County Historical Society by the Otto- sea croup. The desfcjti Is the "raU amee." Various colored prints are used with plain treea, the latter color maunc the de- Thls will make up the it top. Twenty-five cents Ions are being received to pot names on the back of the quilt This also entitles a person to a number on the quilt More than one number Is permissible, but the name will only appear once. Persons wishing to make t donation may contact Naomi Strutters at Ottosea. or say member of the association. The drawing tor the quilt wffl be beU il S HuniboldtCowaty Historical meeting In March. Tat winner need not be present to . .. An all-day meeting was held Thursday at the home of Mrs. WELCOME! to tit W & H OIL CO. Annual Meeting •id OPEN HOUSE at oar atw station at Goldfield, la. located 01 highway Ne. 3 Monday, January 16 Business mtating starts at 10:45 A.M. Dinner at neon Election of officers and entertainment fallowing dinner The Public is Invited W & H CO-OP. OIL CO V . '.iir.?..V«- Ybur Ford Dealer has a Better Idea: White Sale savings on cars emit 9 aMOta ta KM raSoaftllttStntt. Citaiir THURSDAY, JANUARY 19 A frUtoCNH Miry Debt Mrs. Fred *"*2 Mr. aad Mrs. Dean Peeper, AlMit Mr. aad Mra.*Mil*t Cvaataf- Ralph Olson were Christ* vlsttors at Mr. Mrs. Chreace Olaaas at am Avakasbaiter of DtaMcombe aid WOda Kfttqr of Fort Dodn were Mew Years dtoaer nests ofMn.R«oyCotomsa. and trucks ! tel« tMtas* e* AU HH during iMt Hm)M-tlmt t»«oll Abort; G«l«lt 600 2-Ooof HwMop. When temperatures keep you home. «a» Mra. TwtBMrt. tad ditto ' So«cl»' tour pric* ln«ludN bright grift*... **«•• trim IniJde«nd outl For a Healthier _ _ Cwnet wWl plMtod vinyl M«U, whMM mtn. <Muu bright trim, whH*mll«l KTimKS DME N PHONE! V?
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