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SO MANY WAYS TO DRESS-UP HOME OTTOSEN By Mrs. Donald Usher SlIIIIIIIII, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Jacobson were Sunday dinner and supper guests at the home of her sister, Mrs. Helen Malm, Palmer. It was a birthday dinner for Mrs. Jacobson and Mrs. Sidney Lothian of Gilmore City. Mrs. Olianna Vinaas, Gudrun Meltvedt of Cylinder and Mr. and Mrs. Knut Oppedahl attended the fortieth wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lee at the Beaver township Lutheran church Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Antone Speich became grandparents again when Mr. and Mrs. Norman Speich of Hampton had an 8 Ib. daughter, Michelle Renee., March 20. The M.iple Lawn Good Will Club and their husbands enjoyed a 500 card party at the Neal Olson home Wednesday night. Mr. and Mrs. Antone Speich went to Algona Monday to stay two days at the Robert Speich home. The Robert Speichs took their son Daryl to Iowa City for a check-up. Mr. and Mrs. Allan Watnem and family were Sunday dinner guests at the Dennis Carlson home at Ames. Other guests were Mrs. Watnem'sjparents, Mr. and Mrs. Irl Bell of Red Oak and Rick Bell of Ames. En- route home they called on Mrs. Watnem's grandmother, Mrs. Zula Bell, who is a housemother at Ft. Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hellickson were Sunday dinner guests at the Orville Hansen home atOwa- tonna, Minn. They were supper guests at the Roy Taylor home at Austin, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Kampen attended the wedding of her sister, Gwen Hart, to Jake Merrill at the Congregational church at Humboldt Saturday. Mrs. Rena Enockson has returned home after spending the winter months with two of her children, Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Kleppe, Eagle Grove, and Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Enockson, West Bend. Mr. and Mrs. Verne Waechter and family visited her mother, Mrs. Ronald Shaffer and family and with friends at Colesburg over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Walter and Mrs. Fannie DeMooy of Renwick were Thursday visitors at the Antone Speich's. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Madsen and family of Sheffield, came to visit his father, John Madsen, at Lutheran hospital. They also spent the weekend with Mrs. Roger Madsen's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chester Alme. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Usher were Sunday callers at the Axel Nelsen home at Newell. Mr. and Mrs. Loren Daniel and Margaret Holt visited their uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Omer Edwards at Emmetsburg, Sunday, Ethel Fowler and Sam Kinseth of Ft. Dodge and Mrs. Melvina Bergum of Humboldt were Sunday visitors at the Oliver Kinseth's Mr, and Mrs, Roy Jacobson visited M.rs. Mary Hansen at the Spirit Lake Hill Top Nursing Home Tuesday, Mr. and Mrs, Clem Ludwlg were at Spencer, S, Dak, from Wednesday until Friday, Thursday, they attended funeral services for her cousin Ralph Hajar, 44 years old. The deceased was injured in a school bus* car accident and died four weeks later. He left a wife and child. Mr, and Mrs. Oliver Kinseth were surprised Saturday night by the Humboldt County Rural Letter carriers and auxiliary. They were the honored guests at a dinner at DeLites Tea Room in honor of their fiftieth wedding anniversary. Twenty-two persons attended. There was a beautiful anniversary cake and gifts. Mr. and Mrs, Kinseth thought their son, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kinseth were taking them out to dinner. Lawrence Telford returned home from Mercy hospital Wednesday. Friday, he went to the home of his sister, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Von Bank at Rolfe, where he will recuperate ,for a while. His mother, Mrs. Caroline Telford is also staying at the Von Bank home. Merle Halsrud is hospitalized at Lutheran hospital with pneumonia. FIREPLACE FIRES A large brisk wood fire in a fireplace is better for the chimney than a small smoky fire. Volatile resins, sap and gums, vaporized in burning wood, condense in a cold chimney and form creosote-like tars on the sides of the flue. These can ooze through masonry cracks and stain the chimney. A brisk, leaping fire will heat the flue enough to carry such tars off in the smoke. 104th_. Mrs. Barbara Arnold was feted March 8 on the occasion of her 104th birthday! Mrs. Arnold, Wayland's oldest resident, enjoyed having about fifty callers on her day. i Those Heavenly Carpets by LEES at BJUSTROM FURNITURE N.W. Iowa's Most Complete Carpet Department Representing 5 Major Lines Of Carpet thickness and denseness of luxurious "Island Park" carpet by Lees. 100% continuous filament nylon pile This luxurious richness has not been available in nylon carpet until Lees made "Island Park." The lush pile yarns are as durable as they are beautiful. 17 great colors to bring new sparkle to your decorating scheme. 95 per sq. yd. See Lees "Island Park" carpet tested on the Ed Sullivan Show, Sunday Night on CBS Television.