th* St. Ceetlia Guild will serve a luncheon Thursday, Doc. 1. at the academy from 11:30 to 1:15. QefteVievfe Mafishorn was taken to St. Ann hospital Monday morning. She suffered an attack of asthma. Mt and Mts Menry Furst hsrd their son arid daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs Richard Fursl of Humboldt as dinner guests Sunday. Mrs Letter Clement, o! Ames, nee Nina Blossom has many friends here who will be sorry to learn she is in a hospital at Ames. Mr and Mrs Ezra Blanchard had as guests Friday until Sunday, Mrs Paul Reid and her son and wife of Columbia, Mo. Mrs Reid is a sister^ of Ezra. Mr and Mrs Chester Bailey spent the Thanksgiving weekend at Sioux City with their son-in- law and daughter, Mr and Mrs C. N. Aalfs and family. Mr and Mr* Games Ackerman were visited over the weekend by the former's brother and sister-in-law, Mr and Mrs Clyde Ackerman atid son David of Rochester^ Minn. Mrt Frank Hoflus returned to the Park hospital at Mason City Wednesday, and later in the week will undergo major surgery. She had been there recently for a period of observation. Mr and Mrs Walter Schildknecht had Mr and Mrs W. T. Schildknecht and Mrs Martha Albright of Estherville as Thanksgiving guests. They are parents and mother df the hosts. Mr and Mrs George Scuffham took their daughter, Janice, to Spencer Monday and from there she went to Omaha. She will visit a friend there and if she finds suitable employment, will remain. Mr and Mrs Frank Stebritz had as Thanksgiving dinner guests their son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Charles Rolling and children; Vincent. Virginia and Patty. Mr Rolling farms near Ceylon, Minn. Sgt. Paul G. Siebritz spent last weekend at the home of his parents, Mr: and Mrs Frank Stebritz. Paul is stationed at Fort Rilcy, Kan. and had a three day pass. He spent 2M> years in Austria, and after Feb. 1, he will be discharged. Mrs Bertha Pommer spent Thanksgiving Day with the Pam- mcr children at the Elmer Meyer home near 'Woden. Present were Mr arid Mrs-Dick Franzen of Titonka; Mr and Mrs Henry Pommer of Wesley; Mr anil Mrs Harold Pommer of Britt and their families. Beta Sigma Phi met at the home of Mrs Pat Metzcn Tuesday, Nov. 22 President Anita Thiesen had charge of the meeting. Ramona Amfahr had the lesson and Mr Louis Lenz showed his vacation pictures. Next meeting wil be Tuesday, Dec. fi at the home of Mrs Jerry Mc- Kcan. Mrs O. F. Apple and daughter. Martha and Mrs Roger Christensen, Roger and Cindy have returned to their respective homes at Anchorage, Alaska and L(%Angeles, Calif., after being here several weeks with their mother. Mrs Loretta Giffin. They came at the time she had surgery at a Fort Dodge hospital and remained during her convalesence. Sheila Sullivan, a student at St. Mary-of-the-Wopds, Ind., spent her Thanksgiving holiday with her parents, Mr and Mrs Wade Sullivan. She was taken by them to Mason City Sunday where she took a plane for the return trip. Prior to the Thanksgiving vacation the Junior prom was held and Sheila was chosen among eight in the Prom Court Mrs Joe Bestenlehner returned with her son and daughter-in- law, Mr and Mrs Sigwell Wood of Detroit Lakes, Minn., as far as Minneapolis, and is spending a few days there with her son and daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs Bob Wood. Trie Sijjweli Woods had been here for th' Thanksgiving holiday with other* of the family who were guests ol Mr and Mrs Don Wood. Mr and Mrs "Bud" Zender were visited from Thursday till Sunday by the latter's brother- in-law and sister ot Minneapolis. who also spent some time with Mrs Sorflaten's parents, Mr and Mrs Harry Potter. Saturday a coffee was held at Mrs Potter's at which the sisters, Mrs Franci* Lonergan of Whittemore; Mrs Leonard Baas of West Bend Mrs Sorflaten and Mrs Render were guests. Mrs Loreen Brown left Wednesday evening for Chicago where she will be met b.v her son-in-law, Walter Greenwood, who, was there on business lor the Central Electric company with which lie is employed. They Hew fiom lhere t-> Boston. Mass.. and were met there by Mr.- Greenwood for the- trip to the home at Marble Head. Mass. Mrs Brown plans to be gom- till after the holidays. Mrs Emma Hagg had es Thanksgiving «ui-.-,t.> her son. Perry, who is attending a Watch Makers College at Elsin. HI.; Mi and Mrs Robert Huy» and family of Dell Rapids, So. Dakota: Mr and Mrs Wilbur Chri.-.t«.-iwn and family of Wo.-.Jcy: Mr and Mrs Clarence Chri.>1en s en. Wendell Christen>en, Wesley, and friend, E^hej" jlaa^e ol Burl. Ro- be4Sll&b£S, W8S beat jnan at the |W 7*^ * r t W_l » I f ' 1 ' ' w*tlcyPS of ;Ea\i'aiu llili><-rt, *ou of Jrnolcl Hilbtrt, Hartley. Ix Mr and Mrs Robert Clark had Mr and Mrs Allen Hidlebaugh as dinner guests Sunday. Dr. and Mrs A. W. Amunson spent Sunday at Ellsworth with Mrs Amunson's parents, Mr and Mrs A. Reynolds, Mr and Mrs Robert Bickerl were Thanksgiving guests of the former's brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs Frank Fischer at .Sioux Falls, S. D. Mrs Leota Halpin returned Tuesday from Ankeny where she had spent a few days with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Bob Kuhn. Mr and Mrs E. W. Adams and family and Mr and Mrs Max Stratton were guests of Mr and Mrs Frank Stratton at Mason City last week, Thursday. Mrs Bertha Dally has been confined to bed the past several days with a kidney and bladder infection. She is now improving. Her daughter, Mrs Walter Zentner, ban been caring for her. Phil Anderson) Stanley Hanson and Neal Anderson have returned to Iowa City where they are enrolled at the university. They had spent the Thanksgiving weekend with the respective parents. Mr and Mrs C. E. Zaugg were visited over . the Thanksgiving weekend by their daughter Marita and"-friend, Mary Tribbean, of Milford. Both"young women are attending St. Joseph school of nursing at Sioux City. Mr and Mrs Max Bast had their son-in-law and daughter. Mr and Mrs Burton' Varcoe and children of Emmetsburg as dinner guests last week Thursday. The Children Charles and Jane remained here over the weekend. Mr and Mrs William Ankenbauer, Jr. have moved to Fort Dodge where the former is employed with an auto parts co. Till they are settled the infant son, William Ray, is here with the grandparents, Mr and Mrs William Ankenbauer Sr. We Are Open Both Friday & Saturday Nights you'll be an '•V If you give him a Waterman's the cartridge-filled; fountain pen that NEEDS NO INK BOTTLE PENS from "J95 SETS from «|95 Fi Iff with a cartridge pfrtalink. • Tremendous capacity. • Cartridge it transparent and unbreakable. • No moving parts to breaker wear out. t Wide choice of ppintj and beautiful color combinations. • Refi!li-8for50c •Patinl epplitd (91 WILTGEN JEWELERS Mrs Milion Bebo h*d surg*ry Tuesday at St. Ann hospital and will be there several days. Mt and Mts 3. ¥. Milder were visited Friday and Saturday by Mr and Mrs J. C. Yetter of Decorah. Eldon Hovey and Gilbert Buschcr attended a farm implement meeting at Des Moine.- Tuesday. Xi Xi chapter of Befa Sigma Phi sorority is holding a sale of dolls clothing Friday afternoon and evening at the J. C. Penney store. Mr and Mrs L. E. Linnan were in Chicago a few days last week. Vtr Linnan attended the National Democratic meeting and banquet Saturday night. Mr and Mrs Deari Ringgenberg had Mr and Mrs Robert Van Pelt of Beaver and Mr and Mrs Emory Luther of Grand Junction as dinner guests Sunday. Mrs Henry Seller returned Saturday from Fort Dodge where she had spent a fortnight at her son Vincent's. His wife had been at Mercy hospital and Mrs Seller cared for the children. Mr and Mrs R. A. Behnke were visited over the. Thanksgiving weekend by their son and daughter-in-law, Mr and Mr.s Harold Behnke and family of Perry. Thanksgiving evening the parents and visitors were supper guests of Mr and Mrs Herman Behnke at Whittemore. Mr and Mrs Henry FuMi Ifftnf Thanksgiving at Omaha, Witfr' Mr and Mrs Grant Blackftiatt. MB Blackman La a rtiece. Mr and Mrs Johft fUflte* *ri*W visited last week from Wfednes* day till Saturday by the tetter's father, William Beck, of Dickens. Mr and Mrs Andrew Crawford spent Thanksgiving at Ottumwa where they were met by their daughter Cleone, a student ait Stevens college, Columbia* Mo,, Sheila Ann Hanseri, R. N,, whb nurses at the Iowa Methodist hospital, Des Moines, spent frotft Sunday till Wednesday with he^: parents, Mr and Mrs Andrew Hansen. ; • \ Lois Riebhoff, Janice KlodsiW and Dorothy Hagg were met at Mason City Wednesday and brought homo for the Thanksgiving holiday with their respective parents. -_ Mrs Harriet Rice spent Thurtks- giving at Eagle Grove with Mrs Bolar,' a friend. Mrs Ric'e is a former resident there a numbe^ 1 of years ago when .her parents, the" late Mr and Mrs Middletoft lived there. Mr and Mrs Phil Kohlhaai and Mrs Rose Scanlan were dinner guests Thanksgiving of the Kohlhaas son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Dale Brand. Other gue.sts were the son Phil Jr. and his friend, Larry La Bron, of Oinahu, Neb. The young men at'fc students at Iowa City. j'^'v. Mr and Mr* Louis Reding had as Thanksgiving guests their son- in-law find daughter, Mr and Mrs ftpbert sammons aftd family of Sioux City. Mrs ClAtis ftfefttfMMy IfMA! the Thftnksgwiril weekend at Chicago where she was met by her daughter Alice who attends college ot Wooster, Ohio. Mr and Mrs L. E. Linnan, Brian and Bernie spent Thanksgiving .at Maurice with the former's 'father and sister, John Linnati and Joan. Mr and Mrs L*o Cassel and family ,vNre dinner guests Thursday of Mrs Cassel's brother and sistpr-iivlaw, Mr and Mr Chas. Neary at'Armstrong. '^^ . Mt and Mrs Gordon KuhrThacJ as Thanksgiving guests their son-in-law and daughter, vMr and Mrs Dallas Klein and Rickie. Due to .the sickness of the daughter MifyiyV" Mr and Mrs Bob' Kuhn of Ankeriy were unable to be here.. Among those who spent the Thanksgiving weekend with their parents were Judy Murtagh of the State university, Iowa City, Judy McMahon and Marcia StilJ- (nan. students at the Iowa Stale college, Ames. Mr and Mrs Wade Sullivan had, ss dinner and supper guests Thursday the latler's brother-in-law" an.cp sister, Mr and Mrs Gilbert Knudson, mother, Mrs Daniel Kelley and brother, John B. Kelley, ot Emmetaburg. Mr and Mrs James Kelso had as Thanksgiving guests Mr and MM foick Behfends, Mr and Mrs Don Roftpen, Patty and Cfaig, of tskCta, Mr and Mrs Jess Dugan 6f Lone Rock, Mr and Mrs Jim kelly and Kathleen and Mrs Lois Caldwell. I v the P. E. O. society meets Wednesday afternoorj, Dec. 7, with Mrs ' G. W. Stillman. A one o'clock luncheon will be served by group II. Mrs Roland Ostwald of Whittemore Is chairman. Mrs Max Goldrnan, of Titonka, will be guest speaker. Mr and Mrs John Hopkins, Pamela and Patricia were dinner guests Thursday at the parental Richard Polratz home at Whittemore. They were supper guests of Mr and Mrs George Scuffham and other guests were Mr and Mrs Fred Pooch of Livermore. Mrs Floyd Bilsborough had as Thanksgiving dinner guests her sons-in-law and daughters, Mr and Mrs John Lappe, Lynette and Jean Ann of Sioux City and Mr and Mrs Walter Decker, Larry arid Luane. The Lappes were supper guests of Mr Lappe's mother, who died the' following day with a sudden heart attack. The W.S.C.S. of the Methodist church are meeting .today for luncheon. Mrs L. J. Malueg is in charge of the program. 200 At Academy 'Carter Day' About 200 students from four other schools as well as St. Cecelia's Academy took part in a Career Day with the local school as host, 'Tuesday. Ten speakers addressed the seniors, giving t glimpse into the opportunities to be found in a variety of vocations. Students were present from Presentation Academy of Whittemore, St. Joseph's of Bode, St. Matthews of Clare and several other schools, as well as the Academy here. Guest speakers included faculty members from Iowa State College, Mercy Hospital of Mason City, Hamilton Business college of Mason City, and several local business and professional folks. Sexton Resident 50 Years Dies Services for William Yanser. 89, resident of the Sexton area for the past half century, were held Tuesday at McCullough's Funeral Chapel at 2 p.m. Rev. Harry Whyte, Methcclist pastor, officiated, and burial WHS in Evergreen Cemetery at Wesley. Mr Yanser' died Saturday at the Maple LeUf Rest Home in Burl. He had' beSh trtfcre for about a week. William, son of Mr and Mrs William Yanser, Si:, \frds born April 8, 1866 at Orwicksburg, Penn. He came to Iowa about 1890 while working as a section hand for the Rock Island Railroad. Ift 1905 he settled in the Sexton area aftd farmed there and near TitonHa until retirement. Elizabeth, his wife, preceded him in death in 1939. Survivors include txvo sohs, Geoige and Ralph, a granddaughter and great-gfanddaughttr. 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