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GILMORE CITY OES HOLDS SCHOOL OF INSTRUCTION (By Mrs. U. ,\. Day) OtLMOIUO CITV- flilmoiv chap- Inr No. .Hi:! t). K. «, |,,.| ( | d,,,),, f,ohool of Instruction Tliiin-duv Feb. '22, with MTH. Miii-y l(»mlolp'li of Ilnvolonk, 'Intdnir-fiir or dlsirlri N'O. 1, 111 Clllll-Kf. of Ihr. n,.},,,,,\ (,, the arieriuion. Al 11 n. in, the past matron*, with their guests, Mrw. Mary Mandolph and Mrs. llnhy (liirlh of Ifavelock nnd Mrs. Fay AndoiHon, (.'Ihnorc Slmlj- (lull Ali-H. K. H. Van Alslino was hos- (•••hK lo Ilic (illmoro Study clnh Mnndiiy arionioon. Mrs. C. C. Knoll xavo the icHxini on "Homes In fil-i-oce". Lunch WIIB served by the llOKtl'HH. : M'VK Meeting j Tin? Alolhodisf MYF Will entertain the HiibdlBlrici. Monday evon- 'lii).' In (Illinoi-e City. mnIron of Ullmoro r-liaplor, r-h al ; tho home. oC Mrs. Mr boll for a luncheon after wh retired to Iho MiiHOiile lii.ll school. K A wheel chair has henn purchasod fi'oni Ited CI-OHS funds for use. In Ollmoro City, It will be In Belters Funeral Hlon- and Mr. Belter will take charge of lending It. HHiini lloiiie Mr. and Mrs. Clle.nn Mooro and Lurry returned Sunday evening from a iwo-woo.k trip through the lorn Htatof. They took Mr. mother lo her homo in 111., after a six-week visit In Now and many joili"r placo.H of Interest. y All- I It VI-' \tr,rtl Ittir del-Ron, Dr. and MI-K. lluKh Linn.! ,. """"* worthy, pa I ron and associate ma-1 ""' '' Vl '' " 1( - t Monday evening Iron, Mrs. llnndolpli and MI-K. I'.arih '" ""' Baptist church for their were served dinner al (he IIOIHP of V'KulJir moniiily meeting. Uev. C, 11. Mr. and Mrs. 'I'. C. Peters. ! P'''"rn was host as Mrs. Peters was Al S p. m., chapter opened anil'''"" ri1 "'' 1 "t I'onie with the flu and the initiatory work was exemplified ! f '"»ld not lie presoni. In a flno manner by ih« tfir,i corps i Hii*KcIlinl| ltjini|iie| of officers. Mrs.. ICva Wagner and I The parents of the basketball Mrs. Ferris Malcolm acted as can H'lrls or (illmorn City sponsored a dldates. '(, f Jhamiuei for tho girls Monday ovon- AftorMrH. nrtndolph was escorted \ "~'K In the Butterfly room at Trea- to tllo-lSast: Mrs. T. li; Peters pro-1 lor's, llosldns the, girls and their seiiled her wllli Iho. glfl of a small | parents, Mr. and Mrs. II. M. Oran- hatchol from which several bright ; "'-r. Miss Jean (iulile, Cordon Lared cherries .'dangled being coins j Warren, who teachps In Mover, wrapped in red collofihauo. Thi>! ai| d Richard Russell woTo guests. Haskcl Social A basket social sponsored by the Huddle chili was held Friday evening lit. Ihe Sale Barn. Mrs." Frank liehrerirlson of Gilnmro City wn> on the lunch committee with Mr Kiuils Tinken and Mrs. Ralph Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. 10. K. Wllley, Mr and Mrs. Frank Behrendsen and family. Larry Lynch, Han-ell and Charles Klein attended from Oil- more City. The Klein brothers appeared (in the program singing am playing their guitars. Larry Lynch was from the, chapter.' Special,niii!<io for the evening was .1 solo, -"Slim-ing ',l'lirli",siing by Mrs. ilnssell llovolaml aijd two numbers by a trio composed of Mrs. H. X. Day, Mrs. R. Ilovoland and Airs. C. C. Knoll. Airs. 1C. I 1 '. \Vioso and Air*. I'ete Hanson'wore, guests In the evening from Iris ch:i. li-r in Pocahontas !>a wnVMlss Marilyn L'ong, English teacher. After Iho meeting.' light refreshments woro -served. Mrs. T. ('.. Herrick, Mrs. Irvin Belter ami Airs. Bain. CaiupbcJI, were hostesses. Collrtse-Tt-lp'' - * showed piciures he had taken ol iho Fort Dodge, centennial last .August. A trio of Humboldl girls The following soloists who will sang. sing in ll>e school contest this spring are Donna IJamersly. .lun Warren, Donna Frank. Joan Peters. Son Killed , Airs. Sophia Tschirki. who is helping at the Freeman home, re Tola' ClausKell, Neva Gangstad. Joy | ccived word from a son in Chicago Stearns, Donald Whiltlesey •• and | that her youngest son, Cpl. Pan Jorry Uohrendseii went taken in Cornell college., Ml. Veruon. by their music teacher, Fred Frey, and Richard Hershlmor on Saturday | II< where they received Instruction and pointers on tholr songs by a professor of music there. They were ontortalned at the dormitories. He- cauKc of rain and fog they left Alt. Vernon early Sunday forenoon and reached home at .1 p. m. Layman's Sunday Layman's Sunday was observed Sunday morning in- the Mcihodisi church'. Ferris 'Malcolm, lay leail- Kafer, was killed in action ii Korea Feb. Hi. lie was 21 years o ape. the youngest of eitjlH children has been in the infantry foui years and has been in Korea sinci the first of the war. Personals Mr. and Airs. Art Boeke of Hub bard were weekend guests of Di and Airs. T. G. Herrick. Dr. an Mrs. Rupert Hen-Ink and family o Pomeroy spent Sunday afternoo and evening in the Herrick home Aliss Minnie Artgetsinger, a re turn missionary from China, wh lie group was lakfiii In the Shrine er. announced the speakers and led j talked in the Baptist church Sun tho responsive reading. Bain Camp- | day at all three services, was a bell acted.as pianist and a quartet, I sliest Sunday noon of Air. and Airs. Walter lllggiiis, Ferris Malcolm, j Bill Dili-bin. A lunch was i served 11. M. Graiino.r and F. S. Van Al-j in the church in. the. evening and Btine, sang- t wo numbers. Talks | Air. and Mrs. Bernard Christensen were given by (!. C. Knoll, E. Al. ! entertained Aliss Artgetsinger over- Baldwin. Dr. Hugh Linn and Gcr- nii;lit in their home, aid Anderson.- . WSf S Sillily- flroup Tho W.S.C.S. fitudy group met Wednesday afternoon in the home of Mrs. J'larry- Peti-rs to resume the study of the Ivook "We Seek Because wf his sales, Fay Anderson is u member of the 100 Barrel club. The Standard Oil company entertains the 'members and their wives each year. Air: and Mrs. Anderson went to Sioiix City Tues Him -Tqtjol'licr". Airs. F. W.. Shreve I day afternoon where they attended was leader. banquet Tuesday evening. Then SEE If TOliAY ndoor circus al the municipal udltorlmn. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Lynch and iVmily visited in VV'oolstook Sunny afterniwjn at the home of Air. nd Mrs. Clyde Doollttle. Mr. and Mrs, Howard llansen and tr. and Mrs. Carroll Jensen at- ended an a hi mill bantiuet held ast Feb. 22 In the Roger Williams Indent center in Ames by tlje luinni of Lies Molnes university. The university is not running now nt this group still gathers once year. Howard attended this school our, years and Carroll a shorter lino. About 200 attended the biui- liici. Mr. and Mrs. B. II. Turner and ihlldren, Judy and Stephen, stop- icd at the R. X. Day home for Sunday dinner en /route to their mine In Waterloo 'after spending he weekend with Mr. Turner's nother, Mrs. Boss Turner In Mal- nrd. Mr. and Mrs. Tony ii'iambnmo, ate of San Francisco, Calif., are •islting Mrs. Glnmbrunn's parents, Ir. and Mrs. Karl Day. Later they vlll visit Mr. Crlambruno's parents n Hockford, 111, Then they will live n Chicago where Mr. Ginmbi'uno will be employed at the municipal airport. Leland Zylstra of AVorthington, Minn., nephew of Harry Peters, spent last Tuesday night in, the Harry Peters home. Wednesday noon, he left for New York state whore ho g'ot a trailer house and returned spending Friday night :igaln in the Peters home. He re- lumed to Worthington, Minn., With the trailer house. . . .' Mr. and Mrs, K. F. Wiesc of Poca- lionlas spent Sunday afternoon and evening in tho home of Mr. and Mi's. K. 10. Wllley. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Hoops ot llnmboldt and Mr. a lid Mrs. Kay Bell of Bradgate were guests in the Wllley home in tho evening. Donna Van Sickle, nurses-aid-ht Lutheran hospital, Barry Dean Lynch, student at Mgrnlngstde and Robert Kohl, employed in Traer, were weekend visitors in tholr respective homes. Miss Beth Van Alstine. a teacher in Fort Dodge, spent the weekend With her brother" and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Van Alstine. Former .Resident Dies Word was received that Mrs. L. H. Van Alstine of. Whittle!-, Calif., had died Feb. 12, and was buried Feb. 15. Mrs. an Alstlno Was born >}ov. 7, 1886, lit Chicago, 111., but spent most of her lite in Gilmore City. Air. and Mrs. Van Alstine moved to California in 1938. She was preceded in death by her husband and daughter Enid Hayward. Her son Rex, four grandchildren and two great grandchildren survive. Johnston • Nielsen Vows Miss Christine Johnston, daughter Mr. and Mrs. Karris Johnston of Gilmore City and Fred Nielsen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Chris Nielsen, also of Gilmore CHy, were united in marriage at the. Gilmore City Methodist church Feb. 11, at 2:30 p. in. The, Rev. F. W. Shreve performed the double ring: ceremony in the presence of relatives and close friends. Mrs. Ilusseir Hovela'iid played the traditional wedding proees-, sional and recessional music. She also accompanied Mrs. Lucille Lowe' -who sang- "Because" before 1 the service and "The Lord's Pary- er" as the couple knelt at the, altar. The bride, given in marriage by her father, was lovely In a white suit with a corsage of American' Beauty roses. "AH'ss, Shirley Shelgren, close'' friend of the. bride, acted as bridesmaid. She wore.-a; navy blue suit with a corsage ot 'pink carnations. The groom was attended by his brother, Earl Nielsen. They both wore dark blue suits with whltu boutonnieres. • Mrs. Johnston, mother of the bride, woro a grey suit. Mrs. Nielsen, mother of the. groom, was dressed in brown. Their corsages were Jonquils with deep orange honeysuckles. A reception was held following the ceremony at the home of tho bride's parents. The bride's chosen colors were used and the table was centered by a three -tiered wedding- cako decorated and topped with a. minature bride and groom. Tho bride is a graduate of the Qilmore City high school and for the past three years has been employed at the First National bank in Humboldt. The groom attended Bradgate school and is engaged in farming'. They will be at home, on the farm south of Gilmore City. Pt'c. Doyle Johnston who is in tho Air Force, telephoned congratulations during tho reception to tho happy couple. Minn., and Mrs. Riiy Circen of Hampton were visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Wilder llockwood and twin daughters, Klalne and Klen- nor. at the Mrs. Martha Godfrey home Wednesday. Mrs. Green is the mother of Wilder and Mrs, Lee fs the sister of Wllder's father, the late Dr. R. W. .llockwood of Renwicls. Mr. nnd Mrs. Lee were en route to their home after an extended auto trip of .western and southern states. Air. and Mrs. Hdward Ramus Hugh Shirk drove lo firlnnell Friday Mid brought their daughter Sally to Luverne for the weekend _ with her parents. Sally, a griul- ; nale of the l!l.-,ll class .if Luvonin HUMliOLDT OI'KN high school, is a freshman student nt tirlnnell college. Mrs. WUson Leg.er left Tln,«- GIL M.ORE CITIANS THE HUM&OLDT REPUBLICAN, Humboldt, IOWA ^ FRIDAY, MARCH 2,1951 SECTION TWO—PACE THREi HOUSE ATTENDED BY '"' liny evening for IKMisunvlllc. III., to visit lie i- unlit. Mrs. l.t'im Ynuntt and dini.nhu-r, Mrs. Marie I'milv. Walker. '"""" "' '"'"" (By Airs. TO. F, Stallcupi C.ILAIORK CITY A Mrs. Young was In a hospital sul'- | from hero ath-ndcil open house ferlng- Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Hohivndscii. Mr. and All's. Kldi-n Miller and Mr and Airs. t'. O. Walker attended pneumonia and Airs. ; Muniboldl Sunday afternoon tor Mr. nilhiiun ci.iinly iiioollnu Panly was ill in their home with a !"»'' *'>'«• -'''ss Al. Jensen on severe cnsi- or Influenza. spent tbe weekend in Des Molnes with the former's mother. Airs. Vera Skomno mul sister. Jeiinelte i Skogmo. Aliss Skogmo aceompan- I Haplds spent the weekend led them home for a visit. Airs. Kd i Alrs - '- lsil ' M'Her home ami i Ramus cared for Cassandra and Krlslan -Skogmo during their parents' absence. Mrs. William Moeding entered the Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge, Friday afternoon, for n thorough physicial examination. After building' up her system she will under§0. nui.loj; aui-Rpry about Tuesday or Wednesday Ibis week. home of llinz, .M 1 ., announce the arrival of their first grandson, a seven pound son. to their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and' Airs. Irvln Hildman of Wesley at, St. An hospital. Algona. Feb. 18. The Hlldman's havtr a 21-month-old daughter, Sharon Ray. s Mrs, .L. Block. Paula and Phyllis, went to the home of her parents, MI-J and Mrs. Arthur Henry in Pocnhontas Feb. 18, tor a two- week visit. Mr. Block is in St. Paul, Minn., attending- a' month's schooling, at the University for lumberman'. Lewis is manager of th.fr'-wey-eWotlsel 1 Tiinbei' company office and yards in Luverne. O.rvis Clapsaddle, who had visited several days at the home ot Mrs. Clapsaddle's parents, Mr. and Mrs. George A. Kggleston, left Feb. 17 for Oakland, Calif. He went to find'a. location for a. new home and a climate beneficial for .his hay fever.- Mrs. Clapsaddle Is with her parents until Mr. Clapsaddle finds, a suitable place. M:. ,M. Lawnmiller -.visited - his friends and farm' neighbors, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kubly, the past week. Air. Lawnihiller Is spend some time at the home of friends in Kagle Grove. Ho was a. farmer cast of Luverne several years. 'Fellowship The-Adult Fellowship of the Lu- verne'Methodist church mot. Feb. 22, in'the church rooms. Hosts and hostesses' wore Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Rowen and Air. and Mrs. Glenn Schoonmakor. Mrs. AVilllam Goetsch presided at the business meeting'. The en- .tertainmeht was in charge of Mr. !nntl<'Mr'8. Raymond Nelson, who eolidu'cted games and contests. The youth fellowship joined thorn for lunch. Guest Pastor The morning worship service Sunday of the Lti-verne Evangelical United Brethren church had as guest pastor Rev. Howard Mar- Lawery, Alo., for a few days' visit ty of Pomeroy. Rev. Marty, son with the former's parents, Mr. and of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Marty of Luverne, is a theological student at W«Stmar college, LeMars. The local pastor, Rev. Harold W. DUlit supplied at the services in Pomeroy, Sunday. Rev. Dllllt spent the week in Pomoroy assisting- the Rev. Marty with a series of Evangelistic meetings. Charles Hinz, who was taken by ambulance to the Lutheran hospital in Fort Dodge, Monday, was .taken to the Veterans' hospital in Des ..Moiiies Friday morning' further medical observation x-rays. Mr. Hliw HUB"'been in health the past several weeks. The Hinz family, jus-t retired from actI've- farming, purchased a home in Luverne', where they moved Jhe first of: the year. 1 - • \ • • , Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd'-Smith received a message Tuesday even- ing'' from their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Burdeitu Churchill-Jiving at Reamer, Minn., that they' suffered- loss of their home by fire, that day. The apart- •10th anniversary. Mr. and Mrs, ,|eii- Ainerli-an Legion and Auxiliary Alansou Frldav evening'. Jones. Carol were Sunday dinner giies'trf In ihe steward Whltinore hrtme.-tfliR honored their son. Stanley, K birthday. and Airs. Vincent Miller tind in Jr.. Mrs. .lOHoph Oornat.li .iri-- and Airs. Klsle Miller ut- , ,i iiie silver anniversary of Mn. M'lli i ; sister. Air. and -Mrs. l-.niil |iabli-in\ 'I'll' 1 ladies wen- hos- Dr. and Airs. John M. Skogmo : sp » lived a mile west and ':, mlK> ! ' Mr. and Airs. Sidney'L.iiln.m an I ii s-*es I'm- the afierinion hours. south of here before moving to ; Hnmbiildt a few years aao. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Frew of Cedar ill the attended the silver anniversary id' her sinter. Mr. and Mrs. Km It" Dahleno at Mrtnson Sunday. . Mrs. Alma Ule-tz nf Itatavla. 111., i was honored recently in the Airs. \ Guests Sunday at. I h Mr. and Mrs. Herman were Mr. mid Mrs. Orvllle Ramiis, Lavonnc and Carol of Kort Dodge; Mr. and Mrs. Krnesl .Meyer and son, Eldon of Whittemore. Mrs. Ramus and Mr. Mt>y fi r are the sister and brother of .Mrs. lllnz. Mr. ami Mrs. Guy Giddlngs, Sr., are at the home of their son and danghtpr-in-liny. Mr. and Mrs. C!uy Giddhigs, Jr., for a visit. Their son Guy, Jr., drove to Ames and brought them here -after several weeks 1 visit with Mr. Giddings' ' Sri, Bister Mrs. Lizzie Piinnk- llk. The home of the elder Giddings Is at Hurt. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kubly. Mr. and Mrs. liernard Wolf, Mr. and Mrs. W. Raymond Leger and Mr. John Hefti attended the funeral services held in the Methodist church in Hen wick. Sunday, for Mr. Jake S'tiiuH'acher. Mrs. -Charles Hin/, and son, Lester HinV. drove- to fles Moines Sunday and spent, the day with Charles i lllrt'z, who is a medical patient at the' Veteran's hospital. Tliey^ ^p'pbh. his condition much improved; however, he will undergo' Burgory for a hernia some time this Week'; Mr. and Mrs; George Schnetzer and two youngest children went to eon the iifte.vnoon was spent Mrs, Kern Strait was surprised last Sunday evening when a group ol' relatives came to help her celebrate. her birthday anniversary. Three tables Of canasta were in play. A politick lunch was served by the guests. The American Legion Auxiliary will meet lu the hall Tuesday afternoon, March (i, at 2 p. in. with LINDHART FUNERAL HOME An Instilution of Community Service AMBULANCE' SERVICE HumlioUlt Phone 428 306No.TnftSt. MR. FARMER!! Your Farm Is A Big Business Investment, Worthy of The Surest, Most Complete Protection, Your Insurance Dollar Will Buy. Farm Fire and Extended Cover-age insurance protects whatever buildings, animals, equipment'and produce you specify, against loss by 1'ire, lightning, wind, hail, explosion, aircraft, riot and vehicle damage and smoke damage. We write NON-ASSESSABLE policies and claims are paid projmptly. Smith Insurance and Real Estate ]J Legion Building Phone 150 HumKoldt over their utted, Th« meht they 1 odcupied hardware store was „ hiisiness oji the main floor suffer_ed only minor loss. Churchill's have two sniall dren, Jean Ann and'Jimmy, Mrs. Brycp A. WlckoU and small Bon, Johnny returned Thursday after spending the past two weeks iri'Mild at the home of her mother, -Mrs. Doris Kiinzey and her parents, Mr, and Mrs. Oliver Bloom. She went to assist in caring 1 for the grandfather, who was ill .and passed' away. He. was Sii years of age. •Mr. and Mrs. John Stratton and son; Monte of IVritt visited at the Mr. and Mrs. Walter L. Unfit home Thursday evening. Stratton manages the lletti Lotker plant in Brill. They came .to Luverne to see the Britt high school basketball boys play in the sectional tonrivamenl, which was held In Luverne'this week, Wayne Sanford spent Wednesday -and'Thursday, of this "week ai the clinic at Rolhester, Minn., for medical observation. Wayne had lost control of the' muscles and a nerve in the..left side of his face, due to'a cold he was fighting. Ho is expected to recover from this with freQtierit massaging of that side of- his face as ho throws off tho cold. LUVERNE " (Continued front Page 2) and Mrs. Henry Bluiner, Algona, parents of Mrs. Schuof/.er, are at the farm and caring for thn olde children during their absence. This Smith-Corona is the roost popular portable we've ever sold-and you'll know why the minute you try it! It's so li$toing-fast that with correct rhythm it's imppfr Bible to^jam the keys. 38 features plus full-size profe* sional keyboard. Come in and see u> today! Smith-Goroita Jaqua Priming Co< inei-'s mother, Mrs. Ada St-h'wau-U and BODS. Sunday visitors at the pavenlnl Mr. and Mrs. Albert A. Schlpull were tholr son-in-law and daughter, Mr. anrt Mrs. iVobe'rt Barber of Bode. Mr. and Mrs. 0. T. Carlson of Albert C'ity visitejl Monday al the home ol Air. and Mrs. Albert A. Seliipull. Mrs. Carlson Is a sister of Albert Kc-hlpull. The Carlson's recently purchased a farm joiniuj' the Schipull farm. Air. and Mrs. Almond lioviek of fort Dodge, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Larson of Badger were Saturday overnight and Sunday guests at I be home of Mrs. llovic-k and -Mrs. Larson's brother. Mr. aud Mrs. Hohen Sant'ord aud children. Visitors at the Mr. and Mrs. Albert Wilhelm home Sunday evening were the former's nephew. Mr. and Mrs. Itobert Wilhelm of Ven- lura. Siuurriay overnight guests at the Mr. an'l Mrs. James Truuger home were Mr. and Mrs. Irvln M.cGowan und sons of Bvitt, Mr., and Mrs. Prunceg Sanford aud children of Badger, Mr. and Mrs. Alien Brink,. Key, llae A^JH and Nancy were weekend gu,est$ In Oes Moines at Ihe home of Mr. uud Mi's. Don Brothers and daugliter. They uve cousins. Duaue llausen of Fort Dodge spent the weekend at the home of his parents, Mr, aiid Mi's. Van Hanaeu and sister, Patricia. Mr. and Mrs. C. 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