Hayride Party For LuVerne Group, Oct. 21 The regular monthly meeting of the Walther League was held recently In the fellowship rooms of the LuVerne" Zion Ev. Lutheran church with their president, Miss Jane Hanselman, presiding and plans were made for a hayrlde and Halloween celebration to be held Oct. 21, followed by refreshments served by the Schnakenberg family and Kris Meyer. Devotions were led by Doug DeGroote of Corwith and host was Mike Pergande. Coleen John had the vesper service. - o Mrs. Clara McClellan was hostess to her 500 card club. Guest players were Mrs. Amelia Hanselman and Mrs. Charles Hlnz. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Marty spent a weekend visiting their sons, the Carroll Martys at Ames and the Rev. and Mrs. Howard Marty family in Marshalltown. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Muschamp of Minneapolis, Minn., spent a weekend here and with her father, M. L. Barton who lives at the Rotary Ann Home in Eagle Grove. Mrs. Alma Madden took her sister, Mrs. Alta Madden, to her home In Cedar Rapids. Mrs. Alta Madden was here for'the funeral of their mother, Mrs. Ida Kohl, 94, at the Presbyterian church in Ringsted, Oct. 4. Mrs. Kohl passed away in Cedar Rapids hospital. Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Griffitt of Lexington, Kent, visited with friends, the William Bigings, Mrs. Anna Hanselman and others. They have spent the past week visiting her mother, Mrs. Clara Rogers, 92, former early long time resident, who lives now in Fort Dodge with her daughter, Amber, the Jack Lewarnes. Mrs. Jessie Stripling entertained her Canasta Club. Sub- stitue players were Mrs. Sherman Arends and Mrs. Charles Hinz. At play, Mrs. Hinz, high and Mrs. Arends low. The ladies Aid of the Zion Ev. Lutheran Church meeting was held in the fellowship rooms Oct. 7. Mrs. Allen Darby presided and also was hostess. Guests were Mrs. Daryl Fisher, Mrs. Harold Ristau, Mrs. L. C. Wittmeier, Mrs. Sadie Wagner, Mrs. Richard Krause. Mrs. Fisher was welcomed as a new member. The nominees for 1966 officers were read to be voted upon at the November 4 meeting. Auctions were held with Mrs. Charles Hinz as auctioneer. Circles of the Woman's Society of Christian Service of the LuVerne Methodist church met Oct. 6. Circle 1 were guests of Mrs. 1 < Elmer Kubly in the church rooms. Roll call was answered with verse in John 1. Devotions by Mrs. Theodore Johnson and lesson by Mrs. L, B. Shelton. Mrs. Faye Lichty, chairman presided. Guests were Mrs. Don Lichty, Chicago, 111., and Miss Grace Lichty, Rotary Ann Home at Eagle Grove, a member of Circle 1. Circle 2 guests of Mrs. Irwin Jergensen. Eleven members answered roll with verse from Romans. Devotions and lesson by Mrs. Jess Jergensen. Mrs. Clif Bjustrom chairman, presided. Circle 3, guests of Mrs. Eldon Martinson at Hanna. Fourteen members answered roll with verse from Psalms. Devotions by Mrs. Myrtle Eggleston, lesson by Mrs. John Voss, Jr. Mrs. W. Raymond Legler, chairman, presided. The Evening Star Circle were guests Thursday evening of Mrs. Roland Walline with thirteen members present. Mrs. Roy Biesemeyer was a guest. Devotions by Mrs. Bert Ramus, lesson by Mrs. Glen Brainerd. Mrs. Gerald Ramus, chairman, presided. WESLEY By Mrs. Viola Studer iiiuiiiinintmniiniinniiniiiiininniiiniinHiiiNHilf Verla Missal was crowned Homecoming Queen at Clarion recently. She is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Don Missal of Clarion and a granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Price. Mesdames Olive Erdman, Ruth Anfinson, Blanche Wagner and Bernlce Larson were hostesses Friday at the meeting of the Britt hospital auxiliary. About 300 persons availed themselves of the free chest x-rays in Wesley, Oct. 12. Mrs. Theron Hansen, town chairman of the Christmas Seal campaign, Lois Bentele, township chairman, were assisted in the x-ray work by Helen Johnson and Alice Hill. The Mesdames Hertula Wingert, Mary Bluml, Rita Youngwirth and Marie Lickteig went to LeMars Oct. 12 where they attended the tenth annual convention of the Diocesan Council of Catholic women. Msgr. Knott, national director of the Family Life Bureau, was guest speaker. He spoke on "Love and Marriage." Sister Mary Leon of Chicago and Sister Mary Dorothea of Green Bay, Wise., spent a recent weekend in the parental Mrs. Theresa Foertsch home. Other relatives who attended a family gathering there were the George Foertschs of Bradgate, Ed Foertschs, Bancroft, Frank Grants, Britt, Lyle Kuypers, West Bend, Ferman Heinens and Charles Heinens, Algona and Bernard Heinens, Sheffield. The Prairie Neighbors met Oct. 12 with Mrs. Leonard Arndorfer. Mrs. Fred Rasmussen was assistant hostess. They held a hobby display and made tray favors for the Britt hospital. Mrs. Elmer Doughanwasaguest. Wesleyans who attended the funeral of Gerald Hellman, 37, at Bancroft Thursday were Mrs. Theresa Foertsch, Will and John, Angeline and Ollie Foertsch. Mrs. Fred Bohn of Berkeley, Cal. arrived here Oct. 11 to join her husband who has been here several months looking after his land interests. They are occupying the tenant house on the J. P. Studer farm. They plan to go to Minneapolis where she will have a post-surgery check-up. C. D. A, will meet Oct. 26. Officers and past grand regents of Algona, Whlttemore, West Bend, Bancroft, St. Joe and St. Benedict have been invited, On the serving committee for that evening are Justine Becker, Mary Joyce Haverly, Pauline Pfeffer, Helen Koppen, Ella Hanig, Rita Ricke, Clara Goetz, Felice Hll- bert, Imogene Studer, Mildred Arndorfer and Minnie Studer. On the entertainment are Eleanor Ricke, Marie Lickteig, Judith Otis, Matilda Goetz, Linda Flaherty, Rosalie Bonavia, Joan Grandganett, Marie Bleich and Margaret Becker. All C. D. A. members are Invited to a masquerade Halloween party at St. Cecelia's Academy hall Oct. 27, sponsored by the Algona C. D. A. All are asked to wear costumes or masks. They are asked to notify Mrs. L. T. Root, Mrs. Stacia Richtsmeier or Mrs. LeRoy Grandgenett if they plan to attend. Mrs. Rae Hutchison, Waterloo, spent Sunday with her sister, Mrs. J. B. Asa, and her daughters, Mrs. Ray Cunningham and Mrs. Fred Asa. She came with Mr. and Mrs. KermitBurtis who visited relatives in Algona. Marilyn Skow was chosen to head the properties crew for the play "The Firebug", first dramatic production of the academic year at Cedar Falls. She is a daughter of the Joseph Skows. -99- Watson Knight observed his 99th birthday anniversary Oct. 2nd at the Bayard Nursing home. Mr. Knight is one of the most active residents there. He formerly served as mayor of Woodward, where he was born. In Iowa, after golf beer's the one... for good taste, good fun After a hard-played 18 holes it's good to settle down on a soft chair in the club house and add up the score with friends. What better time for the drink that scores with almost every golfer—cool, thirst-quenching beer? Yes, beer's great to relax with, great for refreshment, great for taste. So whatever your sport- boating or baseball—swimming or tennis —relax afterwards with the zestful taste of beer. UNITED STATES BREWERS ASSOCIATION, INC. P.O. BOX 159. OSCEOLA, IOWA Algeria (la.) Upper DM Moid** Tuesday, October 19, 1965 as this gives all county residents the chance to contribute to the preservation of the two-party system. It also gives the county a chance to evaluate its organization and make adjustments before the election year gets underway." MEMORIAL A fine, life-size monumental stone memorial to a faithful hired man can be seen at the Lima Cemetery near Fayette, C. C. Harrison who farmed north of Lima with his sister, Libby Harrison, had it patterned from a tintype of J. H. Crawford who worked for them 15 years. * * * AIR FORCE PILOT George R. Cunningham, warrant officer and helicopter pilot, left Travis A. F. B. Sept. 10 and is now on duty from the Bien Hoa, Viet Nam air force base in the Far East. George Cunningham was graduated from Titonka high school in 1961 and attended University of Iowa at Ames before enlisting. Republicans Plan A "Buck" Night Oct. 21 "Plans for making'Buck Night' one of the most successful drives in the county's history are nearing completion," Kossuth County Republican Chairman Oliver S. Carlson said today. "Buck Night," which will be held in all parts of Iowa the evening of Oct. 21, is the major statewide fund-raising and organization drives to be held by Iowa Republicans this year. "Our aim is simple," Carlson said. "We want to collect money to help us get ready for the 1966 election campaigns, and we want to find out right now how our county organization is working." Carlson said, "A drive such WOODEN GOODIES Can't part with a certain magazine picture, comic strip or postcard? Don't! Ask your lumberyard for a piece of scrapwood to fit. Stain or paint the wood's edges. Spray the picture with clear plastic. Spread a thin, even layer of wallpaper paste on the wood. Press picture in place, then quickly soak a cloth in wallpaper paste. With circular motion, smooth paste lightly over picture, making sure all air bubbles leave. Dry. Re- spray with plastic, and put a hook on the back for hanging; gives you Christmas gift-ideas, doesn't it? Why not start saving pictures now? GOBLIN-OUSTER Is there a "goblin" at your house — an ancient stove, outworn water heater or outmoded clothes dryer that keeps haunting you? Hurry to your local gas company or gas appliance dealer! The "Great Autumn Sale" is on. It's your chance to save dollars on wonderful late-model gas helpmates (at terms that won't make Daddy walk in his sleep). Northern Natural Gas Company supplies clean, efficient, economical natural gas to your local gas company so you can live modern, for less. > Northern Natural Gas Company, Omaha, Nebraska DOUBLE DRAMA [Who ever de- Icided all four ijwalls in one (room had to 'wear the same [wall paper? [.My neighbor decided they didn't. The effect is great! She used one pattern suggesting open iron grillwork, another linen-like design in a newsy turquoise blue. The couch-wall in her living room has panels of the two patterns, like stripes. One wall — backgrounding a big library table — wears the grillwork, while the other two are blue. Think of the fun you could have with a mix-match like that! If Dad's a do-it-your-selfer, you could do it over a weekend. TAMER GAME )W hen the | young ones at jyour Halloween party reach the j ump-an d- bellow stage, bring out this button game to tame them! Paint one or two egg cartons a bright color. Set one score for buttons tossed into the back sections, a lower score for buttons landing in the front. Kids take turns by teams, and add up their scores when finished. Prizes? Cookies trimmed with Jack O'Lantern faces, or hard- boiled eggs wearing witches' hats and painted frowns. FAREWELL, FAIR As the World's Fair draws to a close, I just must remind you once more that 90% of the heating and 80% of the cooling at the entire fair was supplied by gas. There's a moral there for you and me! Gas heating costs less, and works more efficiently. Keeps places cleaner, too. And if you convert to gas heat — which takes only a day, in most cases — you're all ready to add whole-house gas air conditioning later. Why not have your local gas company recommend a gas heating expert to give you a free estimate?
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