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THE HITMBOLDt REPUBLICAN. HUMBOLDT. IOWA PAGE SEVEN Nelson attended Des Moines Fort Dodge, has been Humboldt the spent Sunday his parents, Clear Lake, the winter her sister-in- Loran Devine from California week by the John Devine. V. Wyman of to Humboldt the funeral of Wyman. They Mrs. Ellen Sorensen at- dinner Sunday Mike Madsen of Waldemar Neb. who has spent home of her sister left for Grinnell a companion the winter Terwilliger, are the parents Two Pioneers Near LuVerne Passed Away (Republican-Independent Now« Service) LUVERNE—Two pioneer settlers of the LuVerne community passed •away this week. Fred Miller, one of Sherman township's oldest settlers, settlers, died Monday and Mrs. Hans Holmes passed away at her farm home five miles east of here the same day. Mrs. Holmes had been 111 for time. She leaves ' . n . band, two sons and a daughter, Clarence and""Clifford and Mrs. Inez Christensen of Mason City. Funeral services were indefinite. » Mr. Miller was 78 years old at the time of his death; he had-been Ln poor health for the past few years. Funeral services were held Wednesday in the local Presbyter- Ian church, with burial in the Lu- Verne cemetery. Deceased was the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Max Miller. He lived most of his life on or near the farm northwest, of town. He leaves his wife and two sons and a daughter, Mrs. Dorothy Montgomery of Mason Mason City, Gordon and Joel at home, also a step-son, Theodore Kosher of Rockford, Illinois and a brother, Mike Miller of Algona. W. S. C. S. meets at the Methodist close of the faternoon. Mrs. Pollock Pollock received many nice gifts. church with Mrs. Henry Pitstick, Pitstick, Mrs. Albin Ackerson hdst- esses. Mrs. Asa Arent will be EUGENE KLASSEY in charge of the lesson and I upT n FARM «*AI,F, Mrs. A. E. Jensen will lead deJ HELD^FARM SALIj^ votions. Lunch will be served by , v ' . Mrs. Hllles Johnson, Mrs.' Sally I *®™™ ~£ ^ O n the 7or- 8evcre brutses °» her tacc ' nntl Boothroyd, Mrs. 0. H. Eastman, held by Eugene Klassey on tneior | , ntnql . ,,„„„,,,,, Htntn th]lt sho wns Mother of Hardy Ladies in Peculiar Accident Recently (Republican-Independent News Service) HARDY—Mrs. Herman Wo.stberg accompanied ,Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Leonard Gtlliland of Humboldt to Emmetsburg Emmetsburg Monday where they were called to the bedside of Mrs. Westberg's Westberg's and Mrs. Gillinnd's mother, Mrs. Charles Dietrich. The latter met with a peculiar accident Saturday. A trucker had been unloading coal at the Dietrich Dietrich home, and when the truck wo? driven out of the yard It had to go under a clothes line. The wire wns too low to clear the truck so Mrs Dietrich took a board to raiso the wire. The wire snapped and wounc around her body. Part of the wire also caught on the truck, and Mrs Dietrich could not free herself am was dragged over a woodpile be fore the driver of the truck discovered discovered what had happened and stopped stopped the truck. She suffered a broken nose, and Morse, Shirley Berge, Garmon Ophelm, Valborg Tollefsrud, Grant Olson, Astrld Dale, Earl Ophelm, JeLane Pooch. The play IB being directed by Thelma Ann Heritage. Dascn, Richard Pfllbsen, Phyllis Wander Inn at Bode Changes Hands (Republican-Independent News Service) BODE—Mr. and Mrs. Dale Zelg- ler who have managed the Wander Inn Cafe for the past several weeks, returned to their home at Fort Dodge Sunday. The cafa management was taken over by Mrs. Elmer Gravlund. NOTICE The Pioneer school carnival scheduled for Wednesday Nov. 6, has been postponed until Friday, Nov. 7. R-31-pd fourteen ounce Congregational Ladles Circle meets at the church for a one o'clock luncheon. Devotions will be given given by Mrs. C. H. Rollins, Mrs. C. 0. Schmidt will be In charge of the program and the hostesses ; , ,. „ S amily of near Kanawha will move condition. Mrs. Wes borg and Mrs. nto the farm. Mr. and Mrs. Glllllaml will remain with tleii ugene Klassey and baby will mother until her condition im- eave the farm and move to Fort | proves ANNOUNCEMENT! I have purchased Jim Richard's interest in the HUMBOLDT COUNTY MAYTAG COMPANY Larry Brown and I will continue to serve the public 'as in the past. Stop in and see us. Fred Kulow NOTICE WE WILL NOT BE UNDERSOLD Shampoo and Finger Wave 50c

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  1. The Humboldt Republican,
  2. 07 Nov 1941, Fri,
  3. Page 4

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