UpplF 6ft* Mdlnfei $, 1941 land Mothers At LuVerne Net $119 On Plays LuVerne — The three act play given by the ladies of the Band Mothers club at the school auditorium Tuesdy evening, March 2 WSs a decided success and was Well attended. The nroceeds realized was about $119. • The cast of the play, "Lovely Ladies", was as follows: Mary Lamb, Mrs. Walter Hefti; Wilma Williams, Mrs. Clifford Holmes; Caroline Jones, Florence Hinz; Minnie, Mrs. Raymond Meyer; Mrs. George Crunch, Mabel Kubly; Marian Von Arsdale, Frances Anders; Nanette, Mrs. Harold H. Phillips; Teresa, Mrs. George Johnson; Sally Rowan, Mrs. Jas. Thorh; Greta, Mrs. JaSpar Vaughn. The play was directed by Weston Noble. The club presented Mr. Noble with a gift after the piny. Each member of the cast is reported as doing a fine bit of acting. After the play the cast of characters and director were entertained to a lunch at the home of: Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hefti. About a year ago the Band Mothers club started a drive to purchase new uniforms for the band. Now the amount of money for the 50 new wool suits has been completed. They now are starting a new drive for funds for p'lurhes for. the caps, thus making th'e b'attd uhifbfftis com* pletc, Sfee Slai* d&9& Mefei TlYfee" ciatloads of the girls b-asitetban team ol Ihe LuVefm? high school' spent Thursday ih Des Moines ,at' the state tournament. Attending were the Retf. and Mrs. Robert Phillips, Deloris Ltind, •Sally Shirk, Charlenfe Henry, Mr. ahd Mrs. Walter Hefti, Ma'rilyn and Marlin Hefti, Joan Sanford, Blytne Larson, Phil G. Henderson,' Geraldirie He'ndersbn, tSbris Schibull, Rita Larimer and Jean Joliffe. A "500" Parly Mr;, and Mrs. Roland Lenz en- 1 'tertained a group of friends awd neighbors at their home Wednesday evening, .March 3. Five hundred was played at three table's; High score for men, Robert Will; low, Andrew Nielsen. High for women, 'Mrs. fid ward Behnkert- dorf; low, Mrs. Lisle Hood. Travel prize, Mrs. Edward Behnkendorf. A lunch was served. Officers Reelecied The Woman's Society of World Service of the United Brethren church met in the church rooms Thursday. afternoon, March 4, with a good attendance. The business meeting was in charge of the president, • Mrs. Fred, Merkle. - The officers for the past year were voted to serve for the coming year..' .They are —president, Mrs. Fred Merkle; vice president, 'Mrs. Henry Mar- tv; secretary, Mrs. Bernard Wolfe; treasurer, Mrs. Edwin Hefti. . ' ... 'The devotions were led by Mrs. Edwifi tteftl antf tKe was in charge of Mrs. Paul' H. BfeckrViaft. Gitests at the meet- tog wtere Mrs. Henry Blumer "arid LMiella Blumer. Mrs. Andrew Marty, hostess,, served' itmch to tfre gfoup. Ladi&s , . ' • The Ladies' sobiety of 'the PreSbyteHah church met at the town hall Wednesday afternoon, March 3, for a Regular meeting. There were 18 members present. 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Thorington LETTER DeBOLT BEGoodfieh * FIRST IN RUBBER Oh ehbif T)ip ' Kenneth ' Wittenberg, son of the Rev. and-Mrs. L. Wittenberg and a freshman at Cohcordia Seminary at Springfield, IlV, left Saturday for a ten-day toltr with a chorus of 50 voices of the Seminary, Cities included in the tour are Ann Arbor, Bay City, Detroit, LeBawning and Saint Joseph, Mich.; Chicago, Rockford and Tuscola, 111.; and Milwaukee, Wis. The chorus • makes this appearance every spring. Club Hostesses Mrs. .Edward Hof was hostess, assisted by Mrs, Harvey Will, to their club at >the Hof home on Thursday afternoon, March 4. There were 15 members present. At the brief business meeting the ladies decided to call their club the N.'B. C. club. The afternoon was spent at playing games and Saint Patrick guessing contests and socially. The birthdays of Mrs. Stanley Genrich, Mrs. Walter Muhle, Mrs. Harvey Will and Mrs. Lawrence Miller were observed and they received gifts. A lunch was served. CUir Ctiampine son. • - •'• Bridge Club HoslMa Mrs. EdwaWT Lin^bak' efttefr- taifted hei> bridge cluUjal 'Mr home Wednesday evening, Mar. 3. Bridge was played at three tables With high sfrorfe? Mfs. Raymond Legler and lAvty MfA. Raymond Sorenson. Mrs. JbKh M. Skogmo was a guest .of the club. Lunch was served; A pre-nuptial miscellaneous Shower was held at thfe city hall Sunday Afternoon, Feb. 29, honoring Betty, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Milo Patterson, whose marriage to Harding Hansoni son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hanson) is tO take place Sunday> March ?, MH. Walter McPeak of Henwick had charge of the entertainment. Mrs. Max Patterson played two piano selectiOnsi after which Betty opened' her many gifts. A luncheon was served by Mrs. Milo Patterson of LuVerne.__2Ssisted by Marie Patterson of Fort Dodge and Mrs, Milford McPeak of RenWlck. Cemetery Ass'n The LuVerne Cemetery association will hold their regular meeting Thursday afternoon, March 11, in the city hall. The hostesses will be Mrs. Henry Pergande, Mrs. Andrew Nielson, and Mrs. Jennie Phillips. Evening Star Circle The Evening Star Circle of the Woman's Society of Christian Service will meet Thursday evening, March 11, at the home of Mrs. Bryce Wickett. Mrs. Wilder Rockwood will be in charge of the devotions and Mrs. AUNT HET BY ROBERT QUILLEN V* A vvtf^^roS V;%,*v fa "You read a lot about mother- in-law troubles, but no mother- in-law can spoil a home unless the one she's mother of is a spoiled and silly brat." Whatever the road surface —smooth or rough . . . whatever the season—winter, spring or summer . . . the all-round condition of your car has a lot to do with driving pleasure. Have your car checked and tuned up NOW by KOSSUTH MOTOR. It's worth it! KOSSUTH MOTOR CO. From Hort6ylnfi6$n Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Davidson have returned from their honeymoon trip of two weeks spent in the states of Illinois and Indiana. They will.be aV home on the farm of his father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Davidson, where Gordon will assist with the farming. On Thursday evening: their friends and neighbors gathered at the" Ralph Davidson farm and tendered the young couple with an old-fashioned charivari: Waliher League Meets The Walther Leaguers of the Lutheran church held their regular meeting in the church rooms Thursday evening, March \, following the -weekly Lenten service. The time was spent socially. As no hostess was appointed the league purchased ice cream bars for their refreshments. Zion Aid Meels The Ladies Society of the Zion Lutheran church met in the church rooms Thursday afternoon, March 4, with a good attendance. The Rev. Wittenberg had charge of the worship hour. He gave a talk on Sacraments. The ladies are packing the boxes for an orphanage in Europe, that they served for the month of February. Mrs. Orville Ramus and Mrs. Lodden were guests at the meeting. Mrs. Hugh Shirk, hostess, served, lunch at; the close of "the meeting. Has Surgery Arthur Miller was taken :to. the Lutheran hospital 1 in Fort Dodge, where on Monday he underwent surgery. Latest report-he is making satisfactory recovery. Home for Vacation ' ".' •'i'^ 1 ., Darrell and Margaret Moeding, Norma Stripling, and Maynard Henderson, students at Iowa State Teachers' college in Ceda'r Falls, are spending the week?>s vacation between terms -at trite' home of their parents, Mr. arid' Mrs. M. J. Stripling, Mr. arid Mrs. Phil Henderson. Grandparents Again Mr. and,Mrs. 'L,. F. Smith have received word of the birth of James Frederick, born Friday, Feb. 27, to their son-in-law and j daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Burdette Churchill at Longville, Minn. Mrs. Churchill is the former Maxine Smith. They have another child, a daughter, Jean Ann, four years old. Service for Men At the> Sunday morning worship service at the Presbyterian church, the pastor, the Rev. A. R. Smith conducted a special service for men. Special music was given. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Eggleston and three daughters, Corwith, have moved to the farm occupied by Mr, and Mrs. E. J. Morgan. They will be employed on the farm of Mr. and Mrs, Frances Krause. Mr. and Mrs E. J. Morgan moved to the farm vacated by Mr. and Mrs. Marion Morgan, who moved this spring to near Thompson, Iowa. Mrs. Bertha Hunt and her son Elmer have returned from a six weeks trip spent in states of Washington and California, where they visited their sons and brothers. Walter L. Hefti of the Hefti lockers, LuVerne, Britt and Corwith, spent Friday in Mason City on business. Recent guests in the home of the Rev. and Mrs. P, H. Beckman were Rev. Beckman's parents, the Rev. and Mrs. A. S Beckman of Cedar Falls, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Baesener and son Lawrence Ray of Thornton, la. Mrs. Laura Zeigler of Jefferson, la,, spent several days the past week, at the home of her brother-imiaw and sister, Mr and _Mrs. Harry Chl-istiensen, The Chnstensens took Mrs. Zeigler to Rutland to visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. T Skow, The ladies are sisters. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lussmah and *frs. Adolph Hinz of Area, dia were recent visitors jn tne Henry Hinz home. Mrs. Luss, man is 'a sister an?}; Mrs. Hinz a sister-mtlaw of Henry Hi n z. Mr, and Mrs, Genard Towne were visitors the past week at the home of Mrs. Towne's parents, Mr, and Mrs, Earl Neai: Mr. and Mrs. Tpwne have just returned from Michigan, where they spent the past several weeks. From here they go to, Sioux Falls, S.,ID. Mr. Towne is employed by the Wojtz Studio in Des Moines. / Mrs. E, J.' 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