6-Af§«fie (la.) Upper DM Metnw tuetttay, October 16, 1«6 Dick Hefty Is Elected Head College Class LuVerne—Robert Hofty, senior in tho Westmar College at Le- Mars, was elected president of hi.-; class for the year. "Bob" is the son of Mr and Mrs Dick Hefty of Livermore, formerly. LuVerne. Mr Hefty has been a campus loader, traveled with the college glco club, ha? participated in ma'.ny musical activities and is a pire-theological student. Moihet* Music Mothers met in the school' Wednesday evening with president Mrs Allen Darby presiding. The membership of the club isv now 77 with the new or- ganizatv'on of schools. Mrs Irvin Markm a n was elected secretary at the September meeting to fill vacancy' made by Mrs Allyn Brink." Much liusiness was taken care of. They plan to serve coffee at all season basketball games, and will serve lunch the evening of the Homec liming Nov. 10. Plans are being .ttnade to serve dinner the evening', the Kossuth County Educational Council meets here of which William Littlejohn is president. Eleanor Rockwood pleased the group with a bell lyre solo. Hostesses were Mrs Wilder Rockwood, Mrs Allyn Brink, Mrs Harold Trauger, Mrs Arthur Leek, Mrs Earl Detmering, Mrs Milo Patterson, Mrs Harold Reddel, Mrs Ray Agard and Mrs Ralph Dimler. Church Activities The regular monthly meeting of the Comrade Sunday School Class was held Tuesday evening at the Evangelical United Brethren Church. Hostesses were the Rev. and Mrs J. Paul Stevens. The devotions and lesson study were given by the Rev. Stevens. The entertainment was conducted by Mrs Arthur Maass. The Woman's Society of World Service met Thursday afternoon, Oct. 11, in the rooms of the Evangelical United Brethren Church with Mrs Matte Meier, hostess, assisted by her daughter-in-law. Mrs Irvin Meier. The devotional service was led by Mrs Albert Hefti. Mrs J. Paul Stevens had the lesson study. Mrs Edwin Hefti, vice president, presided in the absence of Mrs Bernard Wolf, president, due to the accident of her son, Jerry Wolf, Tuesday morning. Missionary Guild The Missionary Guild were guests in the home of Miss Emma Krause, Wednesday afternoon with ton members present. Mrs James Doaks was hostess. Mrs Walter Engel led the devotions and Miss Emma Krause gave a reading. They voted $10 for the Community Chest Drive. Friendly Catd Club The Friendly Card Club wet Tuesday afternoon in the home of Mrs Emma Hoepner. Guests were Mrs Nellie Delderfield, Los Angeles, Calif., Mrs Henry Pergande, Mrs Anna Blumer and Mrs Ernest Meyer. 500 was played with pri7.es. Mrs Hof Hosiess The Tuesday Club met in the home of Mrs Edward Hof with nine members present. Mrs Percy Brink was in charge of the lesson. At the business meeting it was decided to put Mrs Emma Nelson on the library board with Mr J. Paul Stdvens. The November meeting will be held in the home of Mrs Albert Genrich. Undergo** Su*g«*y Peder Hjelmeland, a medical patient at University hospital, Iowa City, past week underwent surgery there Thursday. The surgery revealed a tumor along with the misplaced disks in his spine. He is as good as can be expected. Mrs Harry Naffzigef and Mrs Hjelmeland drove to Iowa City and was with him Thursday at the time of the surgery. Mrs Clara Rogers went to Ft. Dodge Monday to spend some time in the home of her daughter, Mrs Jack Lewarne and family. Mrs Herny Kubly, Mrs Edwin Marty, Mrs William Moeding #nd Mrs Anna Hanselman received a goodly number of awards for their entries in baked goods and textiles at the Dairy Cattle Congress in Waterloo. Mrs Albert GentSch, Mrs fid* ward Dehneft and Mrs John Ramus attended an all day meeting of the Womah's Society of Christian Service Monday in the Forest City Methodist chufch. Mr and Mrs Arthur Din-lie}' announce the marriage of their daughter Vera Difnler Andrews ol Cedar Rapids to Don Irey of Clarence, Iowa. The Friendly Neighbor Club were guests Tuesday in the home of Mrs Raymond Darland. Twelve members answered roll call. Guests were Mrs Floyd Petersen and Mrs Mafrvin Anderson of Renwick and Mrs Lyle Sampson of Humboldt. Mrs Wilson Legler gave a book review. Mrs Henry Kubly conducted quizes with prizes awarded. On Wednesday, Oct. 3, the 4-H demonstration team, K a t h y Bockfcs and Annette Braynard accompanied by the Kossuth County Home Economist Miss Mary Staudt went to the Dairy Cattle Congress at Waterloo to give their demonstration, Lloyd F. Smith underwent major surgery in the University hospital, Iowa City, Wednesday, October 3. His condition is as good as it can be under the severity of his illness. 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