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The Humboldt Republican from Humboldt, Iowa • Page 7

The Humboldt Republican from Humboldt, Iowa • Page 7

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Ottdsen Picnic OTHER NEWS THE OTTOSEN AREA FCIPASTWEEK Mrs. John Vlnas and Janice, Mr. and Mrs. Knut Oppedahl and son, Mr. and -Mrs.

Oscar Oppedahl and children, Mrs. Bertha Oppedahl, Harold and Richard Oppedahl. Cornel Anderson son, Roger of Fargo, North Dakota, are visiting his mother, Mrs. Mary Ander- Mrs. Jatiies Struthers) Sunday school! Mr, and Lee Holt and classes of the Lutheran church en- daughter, Sandra of Spencer Vlsit- a picnic on the lawn Sun- ed at the MStle Holt and J.

Van day at noon, following pro- Uuskirk honles Sunday. Sandra fe- gram'was presented In the after- nialned fof a longer visit. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Bauer Confcofdla 371 "Arise, Arise Unt- family.

visited at the Ai Wlrtx ted Youth" by the Sunday school, home at West Bend Sunday eve- ning. Cohcordia 1-28, "Jesus, Jes- Mr. and Mrs. Harold Landmessei us- Only school. of Gilmore City visited at the Loves by er Movivk home Sunday evening.

Kindergarten led by Ruth John-1 Anna Mae Bauer visited her cou- B0 ti. sin, Margie Schmallen at west Grade. "Beautiful Bend a few days last week. Ernest Enockson. Harold Jacoboon underwent an '-'Open Mine Eyes" Sunday operation at Lutheran hospital in school (juartetto.

i Fort Dodge Wednesday of last Grade IV week; lary Anderson home Sunday. I Phyllis and Karen Vollmer, Mr. and Mrs, Donald Usher and daughters of Mr, and Mrs. Joe illdren were callers In Algona on Notimer ot near Bancroft, were iday. here with their grand- Mr, and Mrs.

Albert Stone re- moiner. Mrs. Hose Stattleman and ently attended the wedding of ctuer nMattvs. tone's nephew, Ralph Llnrigren, Mr. and Mrs.

Frank Rathke ahd nd Miss Edna Lcedom of Water-' oi Humbolut spent Sunday ury, at Homer, Nebr. Jlm-! a the Main y.temet and Prosper my Stone was ring bearer at the Kriders home. vedding. Also present-were Mr. I CeCe a Schmidt, daughter nd John stone of west Ml A A 1rs 1)eler schmidt Is em- Jaeobson, Mrs.

Qeo. Nellson ahd daughters, Grade Quiz with Mrs, Gluts. Nancy and Sylvia of City, Welter In charge. j' Mrs. 0.

C. Jacobson of Denver, Talk by Mrs. Sinibiison of Colorado, Mrs. die Bwensen and "Living for Jesus" a solo by Mrs. J.

B. Jacobson of Bode visited Paul Watttem. at the Mrs. Kate Jacobson home Bible Clara Solberg. Saturday.

Hymns by the Sunday School. Raymond nasmussen has pur- The Loi'd's Prayer. chased a 'lot from Mrs. Rena bn- More A'CWS I ock'soirand'haB commenced' bulld- The Presbyterian Ladles Aid So- ing a home on it. clety met- at -the Friday.

Mr. and. Mrs. Al Hedland and afternoon with Mrs. G.

I. Purdy daughter of Des Moines visited and 'Mrs, J. Von Busklrk as hostesses. The members of the Ladies Rural Club and their, families met at Cajl Park In Algona for a picnic Sunday. i Mrs: Tom Olson and son, Tom- and Mrs.

Frank Leist. my of Dupont, visited a few Mr. and Mrs. Howard Johnson days this week at the-Rasmus 01- visited at the G. I.

Purdy homo son home. Sunday. They were. enroute to Mr. and Mrs.

Jens Bjerg and Minneapolis, Minn. daughter, Genevieve drove to Des! Mrs. Everett Johnson and chil- Molnes Monday evening where they dren, Donna, Donald, Linda and Mrs. Paul and son, Lee returned home Sunday after a Richard who had come to Des Moines by plane from Pontlac, with Mr. and Mrs.

Mpvtck and daughters and with Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Crane Sunday.

Marlene and Jimmy Macintosh of Ames spent last week at the home of their grandparents, Mr Michigan, Mrs. Hamilton was formerly Miss Lois Bjerg and she and her son are now visiting her parents here. Mr. Hamilton will join his family here later this month. Among those from here who attended the Lee family reunion in Humboldt Sunday were Mr.

and Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wlllett and sons of Jefferson spent Sunday at the James Struthers home. Mrs.

Mlna McGreevy of Charles City visited her mother, Mrs. Mary Anderson, Sunday and Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Truellaon and sons of Britt visited at the Mrs.

Pepsi-Cola Company, Long Island City, N. Y. Franchisee! Bottler: Pepsi-Cola Battling Co. of Ft. Dodge Marvel's Livestock Sales Cattle and Hogs Every Tuesday and Saturday LIVESTOCK AUCTION, SATURDAY, AUGUST 16 1:00 P.

M. Early listings for the above Sale aro as follows: 200 choice Hereford steer and heifer calves from Eastern Colorado. The bulk of these calves are stoer calves and tho best we have had this summer, 20 good Hereford heifers wt. 500 Ibs. from Eastern Colorado.

75 good Hereford heifers wt. 525 to 600 Ibs. from Montana. Special Note: We feel that these yearling heifers at tho they are bringing are the best buy you can make now. In addition to the above cattle we expect quite a other pf Stbck cattle.

It Is the season of tho year when get qiiitfj n''tavf more cattle than we have advertised. Can handle any of cattle of any description In the above sale. SPECIAL MENTION: Will have ono purebred 2 year old Hereford bull in this sale, HOQS: Tho run of Hogs will consist of natives. Feeder pigs have been selling cheap the past two weeks considering the fat filag market and they way they sold a month ago. They sell considerably hlghe." after got a LIVESTOCK AUCTION, TUESDAY, AUGUST 19 1 M.

We had fair run of beet in our lust Tuesday Auction but could have sold a lot more cattle. All classes of dry lot cattle especially Jf they had little weight sold real good with 1 the top at cwt, Grass beef is selling considerably lower i than the hlsh time three weeks ago, Remember we feature all classes of native cattle on Tuesday and sell them first in the auction that day ami after the western cattle In. the Saturday Auction. We request that you bring as many of your native cattle on Tuesday as possible and assure you they will tlnd of lipuipetlUon on all classes. Can sell any amount of Hogs on Tuesday.

TO OUR FEEDER CUSTOMERS: There is a lot of pective demand for slock cuttle of all kinds. The majority of the feeders to see how soon lt.w|ll rain and just what the feed prospects will he. We are selling a lot of stuck cattle i each Saturday and we feel they will be selling a lot higher as spon as we get a good general rain. In our last Saturday auction we sold any number of Western Cattle that sold from Jl 50 to $3 00 per cwt. cheaper than they could be bought iu tba west.

They were consigned to us to sell and we sold tnsm, Feed and water in the range country is still In abundance and the best it has been for years, and the ranchers are not going to be forced to.move their stock early due to feed coiuli- i lions It Is our guesb that they will hold back the bulk of their cattle and put on as lauch weight as possible and move them later on in the fall. West coast buyers have been iu the real good cattle country in the western ranges and have contracted more cattle to go west than ever before and they have been buying a lot of cattle the past three or four years. That com- 1 petition will make quite an impression omthe available suppiy to come east. It is entirely possible that the stock catte are as eheap at present as they will any time this fall. The above is our impression of the general situation.

i F- W- Elmer Bike. Rlogoiaij Mr. and ivtrs. Ed Zmnei mm aughtors and Larry Telford were rt Algona Sunday. and Mrs.

Hoy Enackson and 'eter Enockson attended a ball ame in Humboldt Saturday eve- ing. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Llndgreu of Houx City visited at the Albert lone home here and at the John stone home In West Bend a tew ays last week. Mr, and Mrs.

Loren Daniels and ons. spent Sunday evening at the "has. Daniels home in Humboldt. Mrs. Enockson visited her sls- er, Mrs.

E. R. Cobb in West Bond iVednesday. Mr. ami Mrs.

J. C. Jergens mov- to Hugo, Cblorado, last week, yherti they will make there home. Their son, Lester of Hugo, came after them on Tuesday and they eft 'here Thursday. Mary Schmidt, another is also employed at ployed at the Algona.

daughter Kents. Mf. ahd Mrs. Frank Illg, -Mrs, Margaret Illg from Currle, and Hahn ot AVheftton. Illinois were Saturday evening supper guests at the George Wagner nome.

The occasion being Mrs. Hlg's birthday. Mrs. Jake Hahn left Monday for her: home at Illinois, after a week spent here With relatives. Mrs.

Jake George zellur left Wednesday for their home at Watertown, isoutli lyakotn, attev several weeks visit here. Mrs. Margaret Illg accompanied the Zellors to her home at Currle, after a ten day visit here. Mr. and Mrs, Fred Illg, Mrs.

Jake Haltti; and Mrs. Margaret Illg were Friday evening supper guests -Father Frank' 1HB at Mallard. bister ELEANORLOEBACH HONORED AT NUPTIAL SHOWER ST. pre-miptial shower was given in honor of Eleanor Loebach in St. Michael's AcadoHiy Hall, Whittemore Sunday 110011, August 10th.

Miss Loebach, laughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe'Lo'e- liach of Whittemore will be married August 20th to Arthur Kohlhaas of here. The wedding will liy of near Whittemore cake place In Whittemore. Attended Funeral Relatives from a distance attending funeral services- of, Mrs.

Illg in St. Joseph's church hero ust Wednesday otuslde of the Immediate family were: Rev. Luke Becker, Conception, Missouri; Rev. given Nicholas Decker, Royal, i Paul Erpekllng home. Mrs.

Jake Zcller and George Zel- Nick Bormann and sons, Uulpl ler, Waterlown, S. Mr. anil and Jimmlc, Francis and DonaK Mrs. Jake Illg, Mr. and Mrs.

Math nig and RoberLCunniiigham spell Ehlringer and Mrs. Elmer Des Saturday at Ames and attended Laures, all from Currie, 4-H judging Contest. Mrs Roney Thilges and Mrs. Geo. Viola, Mary and Mar.cellu Kiel Krucber from Tracy, Mr.

returned home Wednesday Irom.iv M. Phyllis, daughter of the lute Mivnrtd Mrs. Nicholas Reding and Sister M. of Mr, 'cind Mrs. Thilges are visiting here with relatives They arts members of 'Convent, Dubuque.

Mr. and Reding am and Mrs. Bill McCUilre spending this week at'the McGUifc cabin at Lake Okobojo. The M. McGuires spent last week fit the Okoboji cabin.

Mr. and Mrs. Nick Reding am Mr. and Mrs. Ed Besch and fain day evening visitors at the Orvlllc Wagner home.

Mr. and Mrs. Ted Wagner am daughter Carol were Monday eve niug callers ut the Nick Reding homo near Whittemore. A Stanley hostess party wa Wednesday evening at th ors home nenr nniicrnft. Mrs.

Henry Thilfcs was tflfcrli uililcnly sick Wednesday noon mi was taken to St. Joseph's hos- THE HUMBOLDT REPUBLICAN, Humboldt, Iowa FRIDAY, AUGUST IB, 1947 SECTION TWO, PAGE Hal I'ort lodge. Lust report wns home Sunday evening. mini hen- attended the f'lnornt of OK- Olson ut (hi- Lintl- liart tnncral chapel Monday aftr-r- nooli. Mr.

Olson wns one of Hi ho slightly Improved but still i a critical condition, Mr. anil Mrs. John MerU, ac- by Mr. and Mrs. Henry, si-ent Monday in Des i community.

Moines. Imogene Mefta. daughter Air. and Mrs. Mertz and, a re- ent graduate nurse of Mercy hos- iltiil.

bos Moines, returned home vith them for several weeks -isit here. Mr. and Mrs. Jake Gafmatin, ilfnnenpolls, spent from Wednesday Until Saturday last! Mr. and Mrs.

(i. Uerrier returned from Moines and Adair last Sunday. Mrs. Herrior hud visited In the home of her uncle In wniie Air. Uerrier wns In Des Moines on business.

Norland and Clelaml Ism-son and Norman Voters left Sunday morning from Gilmoro tor a vcok at the home of their dRUgh- or and family, the Wtli Hedlnps. On Saturday Heelings took them to he home of son the George tiar- tianns Minn. A Hecker gathering was lelil last Wednesday evening at lie Anton Hecker'home. TKREGrMFSOF ME1 WEDNESDAY BKAlKiATE-rGroup No. 1 at the W.

s. C. S. met with Mrs. W.

tlerrlei' Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. C. Harris in charge of devotions. (Itiests were Mrs. Wllklns and daughter of Storm Lake and her aunt, Mrs.

Taylor and two children of Oklahoma, Mrs. Harley Kmusoii and i Mi-s-. Lunch was served by Mrs, Uer- and Mrs. Joe Illg, "isortntieiu, Mr. and Mrs.

Raymond Illg, Minneapolis, 'Mrs. George Berg, Owatonna, Mr. and Illg, Mr. and Mrs. Alysious Illg and, Charles Illg, Avoca, Mrs.

Laurence Gallos, Adrain, Vincent Illg and Adolph Illg, Fulda, and Mrs. joe Helmke and Mr. and! Le- 'all f.rom'-''S.p'rin gfJeldi ilnnols, and many --relatives and' friends trom neighboring comniu- nltles. JLiuvn Supper Sunday Mr. and Mrs.

Charles Plathe entertained at a lawn supper at their home Sunday evening in honor of the third birthday of their granddaughter, Jo Ann Plathe, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Plathe. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs.

Edward Youngwirth, maternal grandparents of Whtttemorc. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Plathe and daughters of here, Mr. and Mrs.

Vernon Plathe and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Delraar Plathe and son, all of Rodman. Personal Rev. Luke Becker left Thursday morning for Conception, Missouri after a short visit here.

Connie Sinewell spent last Thursday at the Harold Reding home. Sheryl Reding spent the first of the week at the Peter Reding Home. visit with their sister and family the Adolph Kasses at Orleans, Nebraska. They aro all daughters of Mr. and Mrs.

Nick Klein of here. -A Peter Bormau Sr. family gathering was held Sunday at Henry Bormann home, here with dinner and served to ninety guests. Honored guest was Rev, of-'Francs," who is here visiting relatives. Others attending.

the gathering were the immediate family, Rev. George Theobald and Susan Naber. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Capesius, Algona and their niece, Deniso 'Group No.

2 met with Mrs. Ken- 1 ncth I lay ton with seventeen members present. Mrs: Joe Anllcker had charge of deVotiohs and Mrs. Joe Gumlorson gave the' lesson, after which the activities chairman Mrs. D.

l-iengc. auctioned a number of baked things. Guests were Mrs. Lester Mather of Mrs. Jim llclforich of Pioneer 1 aim Caroline Madscn.

Mrs. served lunch. Group "i met with Mrs. Emmett Hanson, Morris Fuller gave devotions and lesson. Eight members ami two guests, Airs.

Uaipa Sirulhurs and Mrs. John Scliucht were present. Lunch was served. Mr. and Mrs.

Guy Dayton of Dakota City accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Joe Gunderson to Okoboji Sunday, where they attended tho Bible conference and) had a picnic dinner with Rev. ami Mrs. harold Dayton and family of Ocheydan, Patricia Dayton, who has been at Hie Kenneth liolile lho past week also accompanied them.

She and her younger Bister will visit their grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Archie Adams of 1-lumholdt tor a couple ot weeks, tlieli' parents are on a fishing trip in Minnesota. Jitire Arws Altsol Larsen and Jerry and Mrs, Astrid Hroadsac were business callers 'in Kort Dodgo Monday. icilth Webb and Rosemary Beck of ''Dodge' called at the 'Will liowen and E.

N. Zeman homes Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Airs. Aksel Larson and children visited at the Lester Hail- sen home near Shell Rock, Iowa UhurBduy and Friday.

Jackie Lar- week at the Lutheran Bible camp at Lake OkolioJI. Mr. and Mrs. Willie Pedorsen of itumbolilt called on Airs. Lur- acn xJVednosday afternoon.

Mrs. Cliris rforpnson of Plover on the Doyle Dailcy family Tuesday afternoon. I.illlo Tlininle Dalley lias been suffering from Hives, Will Cran drove to Tuesday to see about the harvesting on his farm noar thetv. Ho was undecided how long he would stay. Mr.

and Mrs. L. 10. Cupp ami family of Clarion spent Sunney ai- tcrnoon at the John hnnu 1 and'Mrs. Lester ami aiigmer, iNancy an.i mirum Ann of 'Miami, Florida, who had been visilng in Pansnue, AIKCII and Madella, Minn, stopped Wodni's- day for a few IIU.M-, at (his Kenneth home.

They left Thursday morning Miami. Sunday guests nt thr liwanc Joliiffe borne, wore Air. and Mrs. Paul and family of Clear Lake and Paul's sister, LiiVonno Who is IT timelier In the independence city schools. Mr.

Mrs, Martin Jensen of near OJtosen called on Mrs. A'els Lnrsen 8'uhday evening. 'Mrs! 'E. N. Zeman attended an executive committee meet ing of the W.

S. C. S. conference at Dump Methoji Thursday. Mr, ahd Mrs.

Donald Uowcn of Gilmore City' were Sunday dinner guests at tile -Will Uowcn home. Dinner guests in the Ulnn'r Naeve homo Monday were Mr. and Mrs. Nate Taylor of Fort Dodge, Air. and Mrs.

Lloyd Carlburg of Worland. and Miss Jieryl Dickey. .10. John Madsen entertained at a Stanley party on Friday afternoon with Mrs. Peter lielvig ol Humboldt the demonstrator.

An Airs. Henry Olson had a birthday on Saturday Mrs. Madscn served birthday culto as part of the refreshments. Mrs. G.

Berrlcr ran her hand into, the wringer of her washing machine Friday. She had. to have her rings Jllou oil and her blind bandaged with a splint, but 'it's coming along nicely. Mrs. Luclie Larzalero and Children of came I 1 riday evening for a visit with Mrs.

Alary Buck, Mrs. Inga ftlc- Creary, Mr. and Mrs, Jens Peterson and otner relatives. pent and a lovely Itin-h rervcd. SoclMj Met Tho AliKsion Kocirty (he list ehiirch met in Pic clitircli Icrs with Mrs.

t'. iind carl Kroll 1 Sena Dayton wns in cluu-tu 01 tile? program. Airs. K. Olson led devotions.

Airs. ,1. I'. Peterson Mini; a ilo. Articles were given liy Airs.

,1. P. llansen. Airs. Iv Ciiniplieil.

and Airs. Will Uurbin. Dnyton read an article In the AIls- sion A suctal hour lol- lowed by a tasty lunch. l.nlcrtaincd Airs. Christine AlcAlahon i'lnt dauttliti't' of California who have been visiting here and at Itolfe for several weeks, entertained at a dinner Sunday fit the Lounge in Holle In lion ir of Airs.

.1. P. I'oter- KOH'S hlrtlu'ay. The fried chicken dinner vuis served by the Kree- inan cafe stall' nmf also appropriately decorated birthday cake. The afternoon was spent visitinv.

and supper was served to Jj tmesis, 'i nose attending were Mr. Ivan StaiiKlaud and fain- iij 01 Sion.s Kaphls. Mr. and Airs. r.

I'eiprson. Airs. Alary iiams ot Clllmore t'lly, Mr. and Uiehard of llnui- i.onil. Airs.

riewleti, Cora Liud, Airs. Alaude Airs. Verdic Nelsin Mr. and Airs. Wilbur Allbce anil Air.

and Mrs. Lawrence llansen. Following the supper Mr. llansen flenaon of this city aro etijoyinit an mains the past two wretts at Leech Lake, and in Canada. Airs.

Cavanau.uh and Airs. Mary ihmielt fit Pociihnitas visited In the home of Airs. Cavatiangh's sister, Mrs. Kiln Brown and' H'loyil. Adams of Allssouln.

is visiting this week in Ibi- Airs. Llllie Kee, Benson and Clayton Kirn It homo. Airs. Adams Jnctilmcn and son of Minneapolis, spent a few flays last week in the home of their aunt anil uncle. Air.

anil Mrs. John Cain. Alisw O'Lctha Hartley will leach the cotnlnu school year at West lii'iul. She will assume her duties the llrst of September. Mrs.

Lewis Hracht tit Alton, is visiting In the home of her parents. Air. and Airs. L. L.

Bothwell. Nornia Jean Dornath. six year old daughter of Air. anil Airs. Jasper Dornatli fell while playing with a group of playmates and liroke her arm.

Oath Wever fell on tho steps of the ThacUer pool hull Tuesday evening. lie was taken to Dr. JOIIOH' office and later that evening by ambulance to Fort Dodge. Wediteday he was taken to Iowa City. Ills limb was broken where il joins (into the hip.

At latest reports ho was Dotting along as well as could bo expected. Alary Klleii. Jean and Donald (Jooilrich visited hist week with showed colored movies of the re-j rniidmolhor, Mrs. Anna Sto- iiiiion which he had taken shortly a Leblgh. Mr.

and Mrs. John Rogers have J. II It I niHJ II in I A. i i viu ii viia Harley of Mason City, Mr. and Mis.

8la yed for a week's visit wltn Louis- Reding untV son, Nick, Mrs. Vic Steil and daughter, all of Algona, were Wednesday visitors at the Will Rediilg home here. A cleaning bee was held Monday afternoon when women from St. Joseph's parish came to wash the woodwork and scrub the floor. St.

Joseph's church was recently re- redecorated and now the woodwork Is to be varnished. Mr. and Mrs, John Faber and 'son, Joe and Mr, and Mrs. Joseph Kramer, all of Watkius, were last week visitors at the Ernst Gales home. his cousin and Patricia llansen returned homo with tho Larsons for a visit.

Mrs. Henry C. Olson entertained at a Stanley party last Thursday morning. Alter breakfast was served a social hour followed. Mrs.

Helvig of Humboldt demonstrated her articles. Wednesday supper guests ut the Kenneth Dayton home were Mr. and Mrs. Jim Helferlch of Pioneer, Mrs. William Helforich of Gilmoro Cily, Mrs.

Cooksey, and their house guests, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Mather and daughters, Patricia and Mr. and Mrs. Nick Thllgos, NulK Jum) Miami, Florida.

Margaret Illg and Mrs. Jake Latul iu lho CV cnlng they wore jy uml Ml Si uich'urd ler and son, George spoilt Thursday visiting the Henry Frank Droessllus and George Get more of everything you want in GOOft'-VtAR TIKES TIRES Trade in your worn tires now, Get the extra strength, long wear an4 safety ol new Goodyears. Thinner, stronger, more uniform cords make Goodyear tires run last longer and Goodyear's two iamous treads give you extra miles at no extra cost. Get yours today. 1 PAY UTTLE AS WIIKW $125 Our Easy Pay Plan it per- Iritnitly $1440 aim lax 6.00x16 NEW TIRES DESERVE Trade-In NEW TUBES Lindhart Chevrolet Mather and family of Unique.

Mr: and.Mrs. Wilkin and daughter of Storm Luke, Mrs. Wllklu's aunt, Mrs. Taylor and son and daughter of Oklahoma, wore busi- nos cullers in tcJwu Wednesday and suppor guests ut tho G. Border home.

Mr. Wilkin will be the coach in the school this year and tho family will live in Mrs. Margaret Luuning's house. Mr. uml Mrs.

George Harmon of Rutluud woro buiUluy evening callers ul tho Hans isucson homo. Mr. and Mrs. Walter attended the Bible conference ui Methoji Sunday. Mr.

and Mrs. Bernard Jacobs left Sunday morning on a trip through northern Minnesota and Wisconsin. Bernard is having his vacation from his duties us manager of tho Urudgate Co-operative Exchange. Mr. and Mrs.

Henry C. Olson anil children spent the weekend at tho Leo Brackmun homo ut licho, Minnesota. Mrs. Rrocknmn is sister of; Mr. Olson.

Leon Larson, who is working ut Nevada, Iowa spent the weekend at the parental Lars P. Larson home, I Mrs. luga McCreury and Mrs i Mary Buck spent Thursday afternoon and evening ut tho Ken-in Malcolm, home iu Gilmoro. I Roger Maxisen is spending thia i week with his cousin W'iHiud Wiuff near Bode. Merlin Kreshell visited fron Wednesday -until Sunday in ill i Henry jTehr home near West Bern! I Friday evening Mr.

and Mrs Ted Benjamin, Mr. unit Mrs. liii Benjamin. Mr. and Mrs.

Durwooi Mr. and Mrs. Richard Lani niiig, ilr. and Mrs. Russi-l Luni ning.

ilr. and Mrs. liarwiu Joli lilfe and Mr. and Mrs. Leonard l.unus bud bousewurming at iiogor Isacson home in Otlosen.

"500" was pluycd with Mrs. Dorothy Lanuing and Durvin re- ccivlng low prizes and Mrs. Bert utice Nelson high score. Lunch served. Mrs.

Murtliu Wallace eiltel-tatned tins Checker club Friday eveniiiii. Mrs. Dewt-y Luiining won tin' lirizo and lunch was liy ibo ess. i Mrs. Robert Dol'Uckuti ami haby of Denver, Colorado, left for Ames Friday after violins grundpariiiits, Mr.

and Mrs. MuU'-olm for a week. Mr. aud Mrs. Stans of ilumboldt visited.

Ut the Jlarh-y Kuuisou 'j Mr. and M. Gehrt Of tho marriage of tuclr daughter, Ora Belle, 10 Doylo J. Livasy of Fort Dodge, son of Mrs. Estlier Livasy of Fort Dodge, on August Uth.

at 11 1 clocit at the parsonage with the Rev. F. Wutsoil officiating. They were attended' by Mr. and Mrs.

Wayne LiirUin, ui' I'ort Dodgo. The brido wore a light grey wool gabardine suit and her attendant woro a brown gabardine suit. Their corsages wore salmon tea roses. The groom woro a gray tweed suit aim his attendant wore brown tweed. They both had white carnation boutonnieres.

The bride's mother was dressed in a soft pink silk dress and tho groom's mother wore rose beigi ict. Their corsages were salmon ea roses. The brido Is a graduate of Ilrad- iate high school In 1945 and also jf tho Fort Dodge Beauty Academy! I is employed at tho Unique loatlty Salon In Fort Dodge. Mr. Livasy is a graduate of For! )odgo high school, lie served years in the Marines as a first stall' sergeant, twenty three nontlis of which was spent overseas in tho Pacific area, lie i.s now employed at Tobins Pacli- Ug Plant.

They will be at home at 1U--I i Jonlral Fort Dodge. I Only the immediate families were quests at tho wedding and din- nor at Trolors. alter the McMnhons ciime several weeks iigci. He also Hhowed Interesting pictures he had taken on' ins recent trip to California. I'ei-soiuils Mrs.

Alfred Oungslcad enter- 1 tallied the Saturday Nlglit club In the home of Mrs. Lille Keo. AI'K'r a social evening a 1'ively lunch, was served. Mrs. O'Letha Hartley a The Lroclict Cluli met Thursd.iy al'lenioon In the home ot Mrs.

John Lynch. After a social afternoon a lovely lunch wan served. The Neeillecnit'l club 1 met In 111" home of A-ii'H. Lola Welier for their annual picnic. The afternoon was spent socially and Ice c-iike and water melon was enjoyed late In the afternoon.

Airs. Semi Dayton, Mrs. Helen Fargo and 1 Mrs. Carltoil Rider were guests, i Mr. and Mrs.

K. K. Cox and Tim-1 )thy visited In the home of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Watson In Des Aloines.

Mr. Cox returned that name evening- and Mrs. Cox remained for a week's visit. Mr. and Mrs.

Joseph Mulch, Heather and Donald, of Gait Ontario, Canada; Margaret Peters uml Carol of Gnelph, Ontario, Cuu- acla; Mr. and Mrs. Xoab. Klpt'er and lOlvin, Air. and Airs.

Carl Hanson and Ai-lln of Uolfo visited in Sol Klpt'er home. Corliss Stegge and son. Ronald of California spent Thursday in the Clayton Strait homo. Mr. ami.

Mrs. Alfred Gungsleud and Neva spent the weekend lii the home of their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Del Mullenherg ut Cedar Falls. Mrs.

Joe Rogers and lamily of California ure in the home of her paronu, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Fisher and with relatives and with relatives and friends. Mrs. ICugeiii- Rube: Mr.

and Mrs. Ed Kruso and Nancy Damon ol Hardy spent last Sunday In the home ot Mr. and Mrs. Walter Cleveland. returned to their home here after spending the past few years in California.

and Mrs. Clarence ChrlstoC- ler of Fort Dodge spoilt the week end In i he homo of their aunt and cousin, liertha and Roy Hocking. Larry Cliristoll'er returned bomu with them alter spending the past In the Hocking 'home. MI-H. Nettie lii'own, Mrs.

Dale Brown and Dennis were dinner KiicstH In the L. K. Turner home at Curlew. In the afternoon they vls- ileil In the home ot Mr. uml Mrs.

I Edward Lohmluihl and son. Mr. and Mrs. John Strait, MrH. Clayton Strait and Diana attended ii birthday dinner In honor ot their grandson and nephew, Ernest John Gottfried in the Lester Gottfried home at NEWS AND VISITS IN AND AROUND NORTH MAPLE LAWN NORTH MAPLE LAWN Mr, and Mrs.

Leo Toftboru aro the proud parents of baby girl, born Tuesday. August 12, at West Bend. Mr. unit Mrs. llurland Gunder- HOII uml son.

Duvld, Joan and Nu- tluin all of Fort Dodgo and Mr. and Mrs. Melvln Olson woro all Sunday dinner guests ut the Muds. Gumterson home. Mr.

and Mrs. Ernest Jenson and BOUB were we.Qk.ond visitors at Story City. Mr. and Mrs. Miles Torgerson and sons attended the Bakkon reunion ut Intcrlukon Sunday.

Mrs. Clarence EdBerson visited her sister anil family, Mr, and Mrs. Gordon DoGroolo near Rutland, Friday. Mrs. Ernest Jenson and sons were Thursday visitors her Mr.

and Mrs. P. J. Oakland ut Algona. MI-H.

Alvln Potorson of Went Bond was Wodnosiluy afternoon Mr. and Mrs, Keiiuelh Kee and visitor at the Mads Ounderson family of Humboldt and Miss BRENEMAN Venetian Blinds Flexible Steel Slats LEGIGN AUXILIARY MET LAST WEEK AT THE LEGION HALL (liy Mrs. E. K. Clallcnpl GILMORE American Legion Auxiliary met Tuesday evening ut.

the Legion Hall with Mrs, Mae Roberts. Airs. Elmo Hlain and Mrs. John Xueve. IIOKIOKMCS.

Mrs. John Kkow opened the ing in lorm and the usual business melting wus. held. Mrs. explained about ibo dues being laised to $1.25 and ouch mi'inlu-i will receive (lie magazine.

Nulinn- ul Auxiliary News. All present paid tbvir duos. -Mrs. K. F.

Slail- cnp gave the I'eporl in the absence of the ruilto cbairniun. Mrs. E. E. Cox.

A social hour wus Rust Proof Baked on Enamel Slat colors, Ivory, and White Tapes All Colors SO Day Guarantee Free Installation- RUSE'S Humboldt's Complete Paint Store Celebration at Ottosen Aug. 28th and 291h BIG PROG AM Dance Both Evenings THURSDAY NITE Ding Ellis Popular Northwest Iowa Dance Band. FRIDAY NITE Mceller's Accordian Band Featuring Bohemian, Scandanavian, German and Modern. Sponsored by Ottosen Commercial Club.

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