The Humboldt Republican from Humboldt, Iowa on July 8, 1970 · Page 11
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Humboldt, Iowa
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Wednesday, July 8, 1970
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The Humboldt Republican, July 8, 1970 Page'11 Jtinda, A- Sioux Linda V; Ness, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert G. Ness of Sioux Falls, S.D., was married to Dr. James A. Packer, son of Mr. and Mrs. James E. S. Packer of Ankeny, June 13. The Packers are former Humboldt residents. Dr. Packer spent his preceptorship at the office of Dr. Beryl Michael son, Dakota City. Father Harold Barber officiated at the noon ceremony at St. Mary Church. The bride chose an organza shirtwaist gown. Daisy lace trim adorned the long, sheer sleeves, the neckline and the front of the gown. The watteau train was sprinkled with daisy appliques. A petal caplet of organza secured . her floorlength veil which was encircled with daisies. She carried a Colonial bouquet of daisies and babies'-breath. Mrs. Jerry Ferguson, matron of honor, Kitty Ness, Mary Packer and Mrs. Ed Szypolski attended the bride. They wore gowns styled like the bridal gown in rainbow colors. Each carried a basket of pastel daisies and wore a circlet of matching daisies in her hair. Tom Samuels, best man, was assisted by Dr. Ted Gifford, Dr. Phillip Mead and Dr. Burton Belknap. DouglasNess and Jerry Ferguson served as ushers. A dinner reception was held at the Galley after which the newlyweds left for a wedding trip to the Black Hills. dinner guests at the Howard Larson home. Mr. and Mrs. Duane McCurry and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Mills, Ramona and Linda, returned home from a fishing trip to Baudette, Minn., Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Duane McCurry and Mr. and Mrs. David McCurry and baby of Marshalltown were Sunday dinner guests at the Dennis McCurry home. Afternoon visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Ron Eckhoff and Theresa. Mrs. Eddie Bygness was a Saturday supper guest of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Anderson at Kanawha. Mrs. Gladys Gangestad of Goldfield was a Sunday dinner guest of Mrs. Eddie Bygness and Monday Mrs. Vera Overbaugh of Orange, Calif., was a dinner guest. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Glascock of Bradenton, Fla., visited last week at the Frank Siemens home. Bob Davids of Washington, D,C J( Miss Delia Davids of Iowa City and Mrs. Katie Davids of Eagle Grove were Friday afternoon lunch guestsof Mr. andMrs. William Tincher. Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Anderson and Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Morgan called on Mr. and Mrs. Ed Anderson at Kanawha, Tuesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Morgan had dinner Saturday with Mrs. Mary Fuller and Mrs. Esther Bisbey at Webster City. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Sprague, Kathy and Christine of Omaha, Neb., came Thursday to visit over the weekend at the Walter Kraft home, friday evening, Mr. and Mrs. Gary Kraft and family of Bode and Mr. andMrs. Donald Kraft and children were also visitors for Sunday dinner were Mr. and Mrs. Donald Kraft and children, t Mr. and Mrs, Clair Nerem of Webster City were Wednesday lunch guests of Mrs. Pearl Nerem. Mr. and Mrs, Don Baker were Saturday dinner guests of Mrs. Edyth Amosson at Belmond. Mrs. Jessamine Miller of Livermore visited over the weekend at the HarlGimer home. Mr. and Mrs, M. M. Greene spent July 4 with Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Strickland and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Douglas at Fort Dodge. brate their birthdays. Mary Joe Hovland accompanied Kim Carver and her family of Humboldt to Spirit Lake for a stay of several days, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Dayton, Joe Burkhart of Modale and Paul Burkhart of Kimball, Neb., were weekend visitors at the Carl Burkhart homa to attend the Quam-Burkhart wedding and reception Sunday evening. Those who came Sunday to attend the wedding and visit at the Burkhart home were Mr, and Mrs, Gus Tornavist of Missouri Valley. Mrs. Mabel Paper, Mr. and Mrs, James Paper and family. Mr. and Mrs, John Paper of State Center, Mr, andMrs. Werner Burkhart of Titonka, Mr. and Mrs, Frank Binkard of Britt and Mr. and Mrs, Donald Sanderson of Webb, Joe Nygaard and Don La Plante of Grand Rapids, Mich., were weekend visitors at the Lurman DeWinter home. July 4, the DeWinters and their guests attended the Centennial celebration at Gowrie. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Carlson of Wartburg Seminary at Dubuque and Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Bads- berg of Minneapolis, Minn., were weekend guests at the JohnMor- gan home. Mrs. Carlson and Mrs. Badsberg were attendants at the Quam-Burkhart wedding at Thor Lutheran Church Sunday evening. Dinner guests at the Ted Guddall home Friday evening were Mr. and Mrs, Gerald Dueker, Douglas and Debra of Riverside, Calif,, Mr, and Mrs. Leonard Dueker and family of YorbaLin- da, Calif., Mr. and Mrs, Otto Kolb, Mr, and Mrs. David Guddall and Douglas, Mrs, Sophia Horn, Mrs. Iva Kuehn, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Browne, all of Fort Dodge, and Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Guddall and Forest of Vincent. Locals Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Pederson spent the weekend of July 4 with their daughter and family, the Don Rabbitts at Waterloo. Guests for a picnic at the Ralph Locke homeSaturda^'July 4, included Mr. andMrs. Edward Locke of Storm Lake and'?>Mr. and Mrs. Earl Schenck of Humboldt. The Edward Locke's are Ralph Locke's parents andMrs. Schenck and Mrs. Edward Locke are sisters. Mrs. Nellie Drushella-spent the fourth of July and was^an overnight guest with Mrs'?Sylvia Persons at Humboldt. ,., - _• The couple will make their home at Sioux Falls. The bride attended Washington University School of Nuclear Medicine, St. Louis, Mo., and was graduated from Mercy Hospital School of Radiologic Technology in Iowa City. She is employed by the Sioux Valley Hospital nuclear medicine department. The bridegroom was graduated from the University of Iowa Medical School and will internal McKennan Hospital. A. Thorson receives Citizenship Award New York guests in Arne home, Renwick RENWICK-Dr. and Mrs. Steven Sochen of New Windsor, N.Y., were Saturday and Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gus Arne. Sunday they all had a picnic supper with Mr. and Mrs. Elmo Arne and family, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Gleich and family of Pierre, S.D., andMrs. Karl Arne and Carl in the Hewitt Park at Eagle Grove. Mr. and Mrs. Vic Thomas and Tiffany of Northfield, Minn., and Mrs. Gusta Patterson of Lu V.erne were Sunday supper guests at the Milford McPeak home. The Thomas' were overnight guests and returned Monday to Northfield. Mrs. Ethel Halligan of Corwith and Miss Beulah Green of Britt were Sunday afternoon lunch guests of Mrs. Laura Hippen. Mrs. Laura Hippen was a Saturday dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hippen and in the afternoon they attended the registered quarter horse show at Britt. Hippen furnished organ music for the afternoon and evening show, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Nelson visited Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Engstrom at Webster City. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Dobsonand Carol visited over the weekend with Mr. and Mrs, Larry Dobson at Maryville, Mo. Mr. and Mrs, Curtis Weyer and children of Humboldt, Roger Weyer and children and Judy, Ninnette and Cindy Hall of Eagle Grove had Sunday dinner at the Paul Weyer home. Mrs. Edna Enfield of Britt visited last Sunday evening at the Paul Weyer home. Mrs. Georgia Oppedahl and Mrs. Pearl Nerem visited over the weekend at theMelvinJoenks home at Rossie. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Nelson visited Saturday evening with Mrs. Amanda Nelson at Eagle Grove and Sunday evening visited at the LeRoy Thompson home. Rev. and Mrs, Ron Glazier are spending this week at the camp on Lake Okoboji. Their children are spending the week with their grandparents, Mr, and Mrs. Gerald Richards at Estherville. The Block family had a gathering Saturday and Sunday at Carroll's farm at Otranto, Those present were Mrs. Myrtle Bump and Richard and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Bump from Moline, HI.; Mr. and Mrs. Clem Block, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Block and children, Mrs. Roger Gillespie, Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Block and Sue Ellen, all of Grand Rapids; Mich., Dr. and Mrs. Kenneth Block and family of Northwood, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Block, Mark and Lynne, and Mrs. Anna Block of Renwick. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Foley had July 4 dinner and lunch with Mrs. Arba Olden at Hardy. Mrs. Anna Krause and Mrs. Clarence Erwin visited from Sunday until Thursday with Mrs. Violet Brobere at Fond du Lac. Wis; : _ - ;" Clarence Erwin and Sherrill Oppedahl went on a fishing trip from Friday until Thursday at Baudette, Minn. Mrs. Will Marty and Kenneth of Lu Verne visited Sunday afternoon with Martha, Clara and Lena Elmer. Evening visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Jim McGowan. Miss Diane Yanney of Ames and Gloria Yanney of St. Paul, Minn., visited over the weekend at the Harold Yanney home. Sunday they all joined Mr, and Mrs. Harold Naefke and family and Mrs, Mayme Naefke of Clarion for a picnic at Clear Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Hagge attended the baptismal service Sunday for Melissa Marie Punt at First Reform Church at Sioux Center and were dinner guests at the Leslie Punt home. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Gleich and children of Pierre, S,D,, visited from Friday until Monday at the parental Elmo Arne home. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Soebren andbaby of New Windsor, N.Y., Mr, and Mrs. Gus Arne and Mrs, Karl Arne and Carl of Eagle Grove were Saturday lunch guests. Mrs, Soebren is a niece of Elmo Arne, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Klassie of Eagle Grove were also Saturday callers, Mr, and Mrs, Charlie Foley, Mr. and Mrs, Sanford Anderson and Mr, and Mrs, Curtis Morgan viewed the Historical Museum at Humboldt Sunday and were lunch guests at the Sanford Anderson home. Mrs. John Zimmerman and Mrs, Bert Martin visited Sunday afternoon with Mrs. Eleanor Cooke and Mrs, Lord Moore in the Old Fellows Home at Mason City. Mr. and Mrs, Richard Larson of Freemont, Neb., Mr. andMrs. Jerry Helmke and family of Humboldt, and Mr. and Mrs. Norman Larson and family were Monday THOR-Officers elected and installed at the July .American Legion Auxiliary meeting were Mrs. Irvin Tokheim, president; Mrs. Jay Ersland, vice president; Mrs. Marvin Rogness, secretary; Mrs. Lynn Carter, treasurer; Mrs. LorelleVorrie, chaplain; and Mrs. LeRoyn Stensland, Sgt. at Arms. Mrs. Martin Keen, Mrs. Don Charleson and Mrs. Jay Ersland were hostesses. It was announced that Anna Thorson of Thor was awarded the Citizenship Award by the Humboldt County president. Poppies were sold in the amount of $49.69 in Thor and $27.46 in Badger. The unit reordered more 3 by 5 flags which are for sale to the public. There will be no August meeting. Dr 0 and Mrs. Michael Abrams and Vanessa of Des Moines visited over the weekend at the Lloyd Abrams and Mike Dencklau homes. Sunday, the Lloyd Abrams and the Dr. Michael Abrams families attended a family gathering and picnic dinner at Harriman Park at Hampton as a farewell for Dr. Abrams who will be leaving soon for service with the tf.S. Army. Roy Nelson of Omaha, Neb., Mrs. Stella Pohlman of Eagle Street Lights Are- for your Protection Call 332-3475 when one is OUT! towa Public Service Co WHAT You Still Haven't Taken A VACATION? READY MIX CONCRETE HUMBOLDT CONCRETE PRODUCTS Office Phone 332-3015 Evenings Phone 332-3564 DOTSON Humboldt Life Insurance, Health Insurance, Estate Plan-' ning, Mortgage Insurance, Saving Plans. • . , Phone 332-1121 Humboldt Don'f fce an o/' stay-at- home when a Vacation Loan from us can have you packing in no time. When you return, you'll find repayment convenient, too. Don't delay, iee us today! 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Sunday the Benz family, Mr. and Mrs. Iverson and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Licht and^amily of Fort Dodge had a picnic dinner at Loomis Park at Fort Dodge to help Mrs. Benz and Renee cele- Stock Car RACING Kossuth Speedway Fairgrounds, A/gona Mid-Season CHAMPIONSHIP $1,300 purse Friday, July 10 Time Trials 8:00 p.m. First Race 8:30 p.m. Adm.: $1.50 Children 12 and Under: 50*' THE DECOR SHOPPE Humboldt, Iowa Phone 332-3713 R-47-tf I-32-tf YOU'RE THE DIRECTOR . . . fell us whof you want in PRINTING We will be glad to quote you on any job. We offer a variety of printing services. Check your stock and let us quote you on your needs. MIMCOIDT HUNTING CO. NYLON SHUTTERS Install them yourself! Hangers and nails 332-2514 Humboldt included; installation is simple. • Sizes to fit most windows; doors, too!, • DuPont Nylon means long life. In white, black, dark green, plus 16 special colors. 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