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, »«, . mn flf* wttrttg s Jt» cm. Rites held fir Howord Smith, loVente principal R. S5, fvrttvttAl fcr tt* tr>r nfnr , 10 Km. Tw>sd*v toman S, at R* Uritattst Owreh ft La- afip-icl vftti iviaraittal rites st S p m, st the Chester fo»t>- te Grimwll with (4 ffer Vntwg lifted Church ftf CJsrisJ .Nffk-iattnc. Blake's r»nf-ral Honst in L« Vrrn* was if- chsrre ,>f the arrangements, Mr. SSaith died Pindar after- vat. IVcerater SI. at the St. Aan Hospital at Alsona. He had " in ill health since October. bearers «*re Bryce »V*ett. Sherman Arends, Lyle s*?!tan. Phillip Iverson. Dennis Holmes, and Charles Bloom. exchanged December 27 KoJtermsc of Lincoln. Nebraska and Robert 5o?tel of Valparaiso, Indiaatia, UsS>ers were Jim Kohte of Madison. Torn Nichols ofColum- bus, Nebraska, and Veraon Knapp of Kearnev. Nebraska. Following the ceremony, a buffet buffet luncheon reception for 225 guests was held at the Holiday ton at Pierce. Nebraska. Hosts and hostesses were Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Koltertnan and Mr. and Mrs, Horin Long. Following a honeymoon, the couple is at home at 410-1/2 Omaha Avenue, Norfolk. Nebraska. Nebraska. Prior to her marriage, the bride was employed at the Christ Lutheran School, Norfolk, Nebraska, as a teacher, and the groom was employed at the Holiday Holiday Inn. He was also engaged in farming. funeral services held Wednesday for Ray Davis Funeral services for Ray A, Davis, 75, of Gilmore City were held at 1:30 n.m. Wednesday, at the Methodist Church in Gilmore City. Rev. Arthur Campoey, pastor of the church, officiated with interment in the Marble Valley Cemetery there. Mr. Davis passed away at 10:40 a,m. Sunday, December 31, at die SSSOD Nursing Home in Humboldt, Humboldt, where he had been a patient for one month. He had been in m health for some time. Honorary casket bearers were R. B. Giddiags ST., Arthur Andersen, Andersen, Elmer Naeve, and Bernard Bernard Jacobs. Active pall bearers were Donald Bowen, Howard Edler. Edler. Elliot Stow, Gene Stewart, F.mmrt SUllcap Jr., and Gorton _ s include his wife; a son. Nile of Lehtgh. Iowa; his mother, a brother. Charles of Grinnell. (bur sisters, Mrs, Alberta Alberta aillens of Kellogg, towa. Mrs Edith Veber of Kellogg. Mrs. Louise Falk of St. Paul, Mian., and Mrs. Ada Eames of Oilman. Io»-a. Born July 20, 1902, at Grinnell. Grinnell. Mr. Smith married Ruth Work June 3, 1929, at Oskaloosa. Oskaloosa. Iowa. He attended Grinnell Grinnell College, and received his master's degree In education from the University of Iowa. Iowa City. Mr. Smith was a member of the Iowa Association of Secondary Secondary Principals: National Council Council of Teachers of Mathematics; Iowa State Education Association; and National Education Association. Association. Fire Calls The Huraboldt Volunteer Fire Department answered a fire call at 10:34 p.m. Sunday, December December 31, to the home of Dr. and Mrs. M. L. Northup. A Ore place caught afire causing slight smoke damage and damage to the wall above the fire place. Part of the wall had to be removed removed to get to the fire. The fire was apparently caused by returned tqfthe station at p.m. Ambulance calls Survivors include his wife. Alma, Alma, fm sons, Doyle of Dakota City. Lloyd, AJteo. Lawrence, and BoUiB, ail of Gilmore City; two daughters, Mrs. Gordon Beni of Braogate and Mrs. Stanley Lansing of Spencer, lava, and also J« enmrtrHMrea and nine preai-graachQdrea. Mr. Dans was bora Junt 7. . , moved wttfe his guests io Brwi- gate at Q» jigt at eight. & was reared ZKJ «Jwsat«J in tat area the former Aim* No. 79 by Mrs. Chris Sorenson Sorenson at 2:35 p.m. Thursday, December December 28, to pick up Mrs. John Schultz and take her to the Lutheran Lutheran hospital at Fort Dodge. The ambulance returned at 3:42 p.ra, and was driven by Bob Newton Jr. and assistant Bob Riles. Helen Fredericksen received the call. No. 80 by Joe Olson at 3:50 p.m, Friday, December 29, to pick up Mrs. Joe Olson and take her to the Lutheran hos- pitaL Bob Newton Jr. was the driver, assisted by Bob Riles. The ambulance returned at 4:55 p.m. Helen Fredericksen received received the call. No. 81 by Dr. M. L. Northup at 7:04 p.m. Saturday, December December 30, to pick up Harvey Nelson Nelson and take him to the Lutheran Lutheran hospital. Driver was John Boban and assistant was Virgil Beidt. Ambulance returned at 8:40 p,ra. Hazel Ford received the call. So. 82 by Mrs. George Sisson Sisson at 11:J9 a.m. Mooday. January January 1. to pick op Severt Nelson Nelson and take him to the Lutheran Lutheran hospital at Fort Dodge. Oejmj Basses was the driver, assisted by Bob Newton Jr. Am. Wane* reteraed aj 12:3J p,», Ford received the call. at of of ipal

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  1. The Humboldt Republican,
  2. 03 Jan 1968, Wed,
  3. Page 8

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