Clipped From The Humboldt Republican
f/ior leaguers enterfain of Humboldt Core Center THOR-Junior Luther League members went to Humboldt Care Center South Sunday evening and presented a program. Devotions were given by'Diane Gates, and 'several songs were sung by the group. Paul Rogness played a piano solo, and the audience' joined the group in singing. Pastor Marlin Ingebretson closed the program with a prayer. Advisors attending were Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Presler, Mr. and Mrs. Amos Hill, Mrs. Arden Berhow, Mrs. Don Gates, Mrs. Arnold Johnson, Frank Long, Mr. and Mrs. Don Martin and Pastor and Mrs. Marlin Ingebretson. Following the program the group was served lunch at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Long, Humboldt. Marcia Larson was confirmed at Sacred Heart Catholic Church at Eagle Grove Thursday evening. Supper guests in the Martin Larson home Thursday were her sponsors, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Thul, Eagle Grove, and their family. Mrs. Irvin Tokheim was hostess for the March Hobbycraft Club meeting Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Evelyn Nervig conducted the project on leprachauns. Grape clusters made of chennile sticks and leaves were also made. Mrs. Paul Peterson showed the project for the April meeting. Following the business meeting lunch was served by the hostess. Mrs. Gene Van Weston was a guest. Sgt. and Mrs. Ron Thorn, Hardy, are the parents of a son born March 18 in Bethesda General Hospital, Fort Dodge. Sgt. Thorn is stationed with the U.S. Air Force in Thailand. The Thorns have one other child, a son, Bret. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Russell Bygness, Renwick, Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Hill, Eagle Grove. Mrs. Olive Pederson is a great-grandmother. Mr. and Mrs. LeRoyn Stensland returned home Tuesday from a trip to Omaha, Neb., where Stensland attended a Production Association directors conference. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Larson attended a card party in the Francis Krieger home at Blairsburg Sunday evening. Saturday the Larson family was supper, guests in the Dar.ryl Neuberger home, Ames. Mr. and Mrs. David Nelson, Roland, spent a few days over the weekend in the home of Mrs. Clarice Minikis. Dr. and Mrs. Michael Abrams and Vanessa, Des Moines, were Saturday overnight visitors in the Lloyd Abrams home. They visited aT the ' Mike~~Dencklau home Saturday evening. Mrs. Lester Johnson left last week for an extended visit in the Ray Durschmidt home in Phoenix, Ariz. Durschmidt is ill in a hospital there following surgery. Mr. and Mrs.' Mark Holton and boys, Storm Lake, were callers in the Gilman Holton home Sunday evening.