BKKY BRANDOW erf Lone Rock» graduate oC the Urton't Sofcool of lUlrrtyiln* at Sjxm- «wf, i« now employed at Pfan't lMiityfttnft on South Phllltpi SU MR, AND MB8. Hugh O'Brien i&d Mrs. Glen Harms attended fu&trtl services tor William Martlnek at Wesley. MR. AND MRS. Donllemmlng- MQ wore recently visited by Mr. and Mrs. It. E. Luoma, Lansing, Mich, other pests were their daughters, Becky Jo, employed In Minneapolis, and ' fir*. R. E. Henderson, also ot VlitoneapollB. llor husband Is In service and located In Alaska. : He vtll receive his discharge In March. MR. AND MRS. Charles Hln- ken took a group of girls to Cedar Falls Sunday. They bad spent their holiday vacation with their families and were March Hlnken, Ruth Noppl, Yvonne Kotil-' baas and Mary Reding. MR. AND MRS. Arnold Cerdls were at Woden Sunday and visited with the tatter's mother and brother, Mrs. HannahTegUneyer and Kenneth Tegtmoyor. Kenneth is convalescing from open heart surgery at Rochester a law weeks ago and is getting along remarkably well. MRS. STEVE George entor- ' Uioed her bridge club Monday. GERALD HARTSHORN is still i not fully recovered from a foot • injury suffered over a year ago . when he slipped on ice on the streets in the business area. Ho has been under treatment of a specialist and is making his home with bis sister, Gen> etieve, a telephone company om- , ployee, until fully recovered. daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Helmers, and her sotvln«lawand daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil WUschuson, fort Dodge. Mrs. Helmors had phone calls from her daughter, Mrs. Robert Carl* son, Bralnerd, Minn,, and son Pete, Mllon, Q). MR. AND MRS. John Hanselman have been visited by their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. John Krug and Larry, Leon' and Mike, West Bond. Mr. and Mrs. David Hanselman have been at West Bond assisting as the Krugs moved into a'different house. Mrs. John Hanselman is still considerably bothered with her right hand which she Injured In a fall last May. The injury involves an area from her right thumb to the wrist and though no bones were broken a cast and bandages wore used. SUFT. AND MRS. 0. B. Lalhg has as guests Christmas Mr. and Mrs. Barney Martin, Nell Laing and Lois Lalng, Rockwell City. Neil has returned to Chicago where ho teaches. MRS. HAZEL Teeter has returned from a two weeks vacation at Redwood, Calif., with her daughter, Gwyncth. She also visited at Modesto with Mr. and Mrs. OrvlllQ Barner. " MR, AND MRS. Andrew Hansen bad as Christmas guests their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Tippin and Bret, Cherokee. Sunday all went to Webster City to visit the parental Theodore Tipplns. When the Tipplns had returned home, Mr. and Mrs. Hansen spent from Wednesday till Monday with them at Cherokee. MRS. JOHN Grotte had as New ,„,„. „ _ - Years guests Mr. and Mrs. Phll- Several bones were broken In I Up tverson, Minneapolis.- his foot and complication arose. " . ' * MRS. ROSE Harms was visited MRS. REAKA Helmers has re- Christmas by her sons anddaugh- turned from a ten day visit at ters-ln-law, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Duncombe with her son and Harms, Titonka, and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Harms, Buffalo Ce&* toff who teff tented by Mrs. John Grotte to have dinner with 'her, * MR, AND MRS, fcussoll Gustor -hid as pasts Dec. *6 Mr. and Mrs. William Castle, Jim and Bob. MRS. JAMES Merryman, who had major surgery at Rochester, Minn., last week, is making good recovery, MRS. NEIL Grit/In and Kathleen recently visited the form* er*s brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs, Wm, Birnhart, Salem, S. D. Kathleen also returned to Garner whore she teaches. MR. AND MRS. Howard Board* sley took their daughter, Margaret, to Des Molnes where she look a plane to Cheverly, Md., after having spent the holidays bore. She and her parents went to Rock Rapids to visit her aunt, Mrs. Paul Collins. DEN1SE, DAUGHTER of Mrs. Robert Lucey, has returned to Spencer to resume her studies at the business college. A POT- LUCK dinner was held Sunday In the Congregational Fellowship Hall for Rev. and Mrs. Roger Brooks who have moved here and replaced Rev. and Mrs. Frank Harcey. MARILYN SKOW has been a patient at the Fairmont Community Hospital. It was expected she might be dismissed early In the week. MR. AND MRS. Perry Collins left Tuesday for Sulphur, La. where they will visit their son, Dale and family. From there they will go to Phoenix, Ariz. They plan to be gone a few weeks. Mrs. Collins was recently at Rochester, Minn, for a continuation of treatments and is -now very much improved. MR. AND MRS. Ernie Georg has as holiday guests their son Dennis, who left Sunday for Ames where he attends the University, • and Allen Danielson, brother;of Mrs. Georg, Storm Lake. LEONARD GOECKE and Stephen spent a day last week at Estherville with Alvina and Vernon Goecke. MR. AND MRS, bert were vtjrtd their daughter, nau, Billy and Susan, City. MR. AND MRS. OrA .went to Des Molnes frntff Mr. Hudson had a fitting for-f» artificial foot. ll« has good recovery from lh« taUon several weeks ftgd. .;_• JEFF, SON OF Mr. aftd Mrs. Ed Gilmoro returned td;Waverly Monday where he 18 dent at Wartb at the Center for and tnstllutOB In tf» MetnotUi Union on Hit Unftefrttjf of Iowa Campus in towa City, ThuHdoy, Jdrt. i f 1»76 AlflftftH (la.) Upp»» 5ft MdrftM^y GUESTS AT TflEfedwartthll* Ken home for dinner and mippor New Year's were Mr. and Mri, Wilfred Schneider, St, Joe; and Mr. and Mrs. John LenUch, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Thllgos and Mrs. Alvina Thllges, Algona. CURTIS P. HAAHR, manager of the KOssuth County Agricultural staWlljaHon and Conner* vatlon Service Office in Algona, will attend a management train* Ing course on January S througit 16. The session will be held MR, AND MRS. spent the New Yetni at Barling, towa for a holiday Foidiovcil family reunion. if ' SHEILA AND CRAtO. children of Mr. and Mrs. Les Fotfwven, celebrated their birthdays Jan. 4. .Guests at the evening party were tr«at-<findp«r«Ti<», Mf. »nd Mr i. Albert Grtfttcwj grandparent* Mr, and Mrs. L« K*n- yofi, and Citot K«fty«i, Sh«Da *ti four rwn old Dec, 30 and Ot« y«ar« dd Jan. 8, ' * . MRS, O«M M«wr THE roimCorrWf Motfit DitJ|h1«r CItifcwill «t1f fttftiftfff'% ffflr fcf ii c^WttVw J call wfll coMKt of Herllnd* Klrch and rettirned OHf w«k»rtd iftir c »mp wfll be In efctrgMf holiday, in Ttttf ™ Tlwl MflffeW M Tltft«l With 0» . . hofti?** a brother of Mr*.M«jr«r, ttwfi went to W««l«o tor ChrUt- maj. Mr, and lira. Frit* Frty- hdlt, pifeftti of Mr*. Meyer, MR, AND MRS. 0<SIW Uollrt and family tad ft* dinner pw««, New Year* Day, Marilyn Orlm, Sloox City, and Donna Hent««». ^!. l «'|.!,lV;-».p.,f \4m,.fl^\^:A. f:fff'(ff-^:l^i,f;,. •:.;*.^.^te^'^^V:;;:.;,*;,^. 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