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Dee. IS, 1973, the itonboldt Bowling Standings A (darning experience tHn T * ft Elementary took part in a field trip to Star Restaurant Friday afternoon as a follow up to their tastin* tea held a T The j tu , dents P ut tato action their study of mannerl, seeing A *! C K ?' ^ rin ?- ln a r c9taurant ' P^K 'or their order, etc. Teachers t ti P r«f M ? 8> Mary Lou Perry ' Mr9 ' Mar y *""«*•* «•«> Miss Arloa Hanke. Elma Collins is the waitress.-Republican Photo. Locals to visit relatives, including a daughter. Mr. and Mrs. George Day hosted their neighbor supper club group Tuesday evening Mf 0 «j A* ^ in their home in Beaver Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Township. Guests attending Krickson and family left were Mr. and Mrs. Edward' Thursday for Denver, Colo., Hagge and Mr. and Mrs. CAT CAT CAT CAT CAT CAT CAT CAT CAT CAT i s COME SEE , WHAT ALL S THE BEST § DRESSED CATS iAREWI Vernon Kirchhof. After a potluck supper the evening was spent visiting. Mrs. Ernie (Emma) Weiss is a patient in Trinity Regional Hospital West, Fort Dodge, where she entered Dec. 6. The Humboldt Rifle and Pistol Club cancelled their regular meeting which was scheduled for Wednesday evening, Dec. 12, due to a team shoot in the winter league the same evening. The winter league includes teanjife S s s s s 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 The best dressed snowmobilerson the trail got that way by getting into ArctioWear. From head to toe, Arctic's got you covered in warmth, durability and style. Rugged one or two piece snowmobile suits, (insulated & reflectorized), Insulated and steel shanked boots, hate, helmets, gloves and all kinds of other Cat accessories. The one and only way to dress for winter fun. ArcticWear. Discount. Prices on 1973 Styles Carroll Implement Co. 882-3379 - Lu Verne, Iowa ^^ WA w P MV w wl IIV^ IwVTH ^^1 CAT CAT CAT CAT CAT CAT CAT CAT CAT CAT YWC Club met in the home of Blanche Johhson, Rutland, Wednesday afternoon, Dec. 12. Co-hostesses were Wanda Wilson, Rose Stockdale, Lorette Stockdale and Bernice Knight. After a 1 p.m. luncheon, cards were played and a gift exchange was held. Later, during a social afternoon, dessert was served. Garden Club holds holiday party Dec. 10 Humboldt Garden Club met at Val's Cafe Monday, Dec. 10, for a noon luncheon, which was attended by 21 members and two guests. The business meeting was conducted by the president, Mrs. Fred Jensen. Installation of officers for 1974 was in charge of Mrs. Fay Davenport and installed Mrs. Fred Jensen, president; Mrs. Harold Pannell, first vice president; Mrs. C. L. Krammer, second vice president; Mrs.. Beulah Adams, secretary; Mrs. Nellie Grubel, treasurer; and Mrs. Carl Vought, historian. Each was presented a pine cone Christmas ornament as a memento. Mrs. Jensen gave the program, showing slides she had taken on the club tour in July of various gardens in Fort Dodge, as well as scenes in Humboldt, Algona and Virginia. The next meeting will be Tuesday, Jan. 29, in Humboldt Trust Community Room. NEED MONEY Holiday Expenses SEE US FOR "Cash in a flash" Mid States Finance Co. 411 North 13 Humboldt Phone 332-1350 IVYLEAGUE Week of Dec. ii Polite Real Estate.... 35 28 Farm A Home Distr... 34 28 Johnson Constr .33 27 Phillips66.... 33 27 PasqualesPizzerea... 28 32 Triple T Constf 28 32 Prime Electric 26 34 Abbas Trucking 23 37 TEAM HIGH SERIES Farm & Home 2286 Pasquales 2199 Prime Electric 2168 TEAM HIGH GAME Farm & Home 789 Farm & Home 788 Prime Electric .770 INDIVIDUAL HIGH SERIES Eleanor Childress 508 Kaye Hendrickson 498 Georgia Christensen 473 INDIVIDUAL HIGH GAME Eleanor Childress 183 DarleneKIeve .- 182 Joan Thompson 182 Marlys Johnson 173 THE GO-GETTERS Week of Nov. 10,1973 The Raiders ?# 8 The 10 Pins 16 8 The Rowdies 14 tfO P.B.R.'s 13 11 TheT.W.'s 12 12 The Terrific-co's 10 14 The Peddlers 9 15 The Strikers 4 20 TEAM HIGH SERIES The Rowdies 1160 The 10 Pins 1138:.The Raiders .'1093 TEAM HIGH GAME The Rowdies/..:...,-,- .... 445 'ie-lOPifis.... :'•'.".'. 412 The Raiders 404 INDIVIDUAL HIGH SERIES Lyn Petersen 373 Deanna Skow 362 Shelly Haugland 322 INDIVIDUAL HIGH GAME Lyn Petersen 161 Deanna Skow. 133 Deanna Skow 127 Jackie Bennett 127 THE GO-GETTERS Week of Nov. 17, 1973 The Raiders 22 6 ThelOPins 19 9 The Rowdies 17 11 TheT.W.'s 16 12 P.B.R-'s V. 14 14 The Terrific-co's 11 17 The Peddler's 9 19 The Strikers 4 24 TEAM HIGH SERIES ThelOPins 1239 The Rowdies 1199 The Raiders. ...... 1148 TEAM HIGH GAME ThelOPins 477 The Raiders 430 TheT.W.'s 426 INDIVIDUAL HIGH SERIES Deanna Skow 379 Jackie Bennett 364 Lyn Petersen 342 INDIVIDUAL HIGH GAME Deanna Skow 143 Lyn Petersen 140 «^- "^ o THEGO-OETTER9 WMft'flf Nov. 24,1973 The RaldtPs 24 8 TheRowdliS 21 11' The 10 Plat 19 J3 P.B.R,;*..,. id 14 The T.W.'S . 18 14 TheTeffiffeeo's. ...16 17 The Peddler's 9 28 The Strikers...... 4 28 TEAM HIGH SERIES The Rowdies.. '. 1229 TheT.W.'s.. 1106 The 10 Pins. 1047 • fEAM HIGH GAME The Rowdies 416 The Rowdies 406 TheRdwdies 406 TheT.W.'s,; 390 INDIVIDUAL HIGH SERIES LynPetefsen 341 Jackie Behnett 329 Jamie Gould 3f8 INDIVIDUAL HIGH GAME LynPetersen .....136 Tracy Decker 133 Jamie Gpufd... 129 THE EARLY RISERS Week of Nov. 17,1973 Deb Hanisch's 16 12 Gutt6f.O«tte)PS Lucky Fmif., Rutland RWmJfas Gutter Oustew.. Oofnballs vv .,. 1 18 lg . 14 . 14 14 18 12 12 14 14 14 18 19 MllM-FoUf TEAM HIGH SERIES Deb Hanisch's 1390 Golden Dirstef s ;.. 1179 Gutter-Getters 1147 ^ TEAM HIGH GAME Deb Hanisah's 466 Golden Dustefs 429 Deb Hanfsch's 423 INDIVIDUAL HIGH SERIES Teresa Day............. 444 Dawn Hoover 362 JaneGrause 348 INDIVIDUAL HIGH GAME Teresa Day .167 Dawn Hoove* 162 Teresa Day 148 THE EARLY RISERS Week of Nov. 17, 1973 Deb Hanisch's ... 20 12 The Lucky Four.. 19'/« 12'/2 Gutter Dusters. 18 14 Rutland Rowdiesl7 16 Gutter-Getters... 16 Vz 16'/2 gurntafls 16 17 Jfctj Hairttth's GttfdeitBuStefs. 13 19 Mlnl-Pou? 9 SB ' fEAlttHlGlf SERIES Bfeb ffomWs 1367 D!*B H«6vW GutfBf busters. 1179 I#ftPet§ff6ft feflssaDay.,..-. 142 ..., ~ „_ TEAM HIGH GAME TefesaDay 145 in^a broken hip Iff a fall at her Beb ttanlsch'9 440 DaWftH&ovtf 146 'l '' Thank foil For Attending Our Open House Help us feed the needy this Christmas Bring in a can of food Save a $1.00 on a barrel This year, Kentucky Fried Chicken and The Salvation Army have joined together to help make this a merrier Christmas for needy families in Humboldt area. At each participating Kentucky Fried Chicken store you'll find a collection barrel in which you can deposit cans of food. Then The Salvation Army will distribute it to those who need it most. Bring in a can of food now and in appreciation we'll give you $1.00 off a barrel of Kentucky Fried Chicken. So, please help us fill our "holiday kettles" to the brim. You'll give someone a Merry Christmas. And .you'll give yourself a Merry Christmas just knowing you helped. Offer good now through Dec. 22 at participating. Kentucky Fried Chicken Stores. Winners of our Door Prizes ore: I i p? W 7 n el ?n y TErickson - E^e Grove Lamb Skin-Floyd Lyon, Gilmore Pitv •i«^r Md oS hh Hi£,"r di B ssr'- Mi " i; " = -" (£3T JBS2^St*S-tU SS-SSSftgitir H "° lb ° ldt 5 VC Elect - Toaster-Dale Kramer, Humboldt Highway 3 East Humboldt Doboy Dealers Larry Frakes - Goldfield - 825-3197 Greg Origer - West Bend - 877-2452 Art Baker- Fort Dodge - 576-5047 Jim Faltinson - Rutland - 379-1237 Kenneth Gorman - Burt - 924-3202 Gerald Gorman - Algona - 295-5772 Doboy Feed Service Humboldt IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIHimnilMIIIIII Doboy 332-4025 iiiNMiiNHiiiiiiiiHMimiiimiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiii iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimfl •••• with Sdnta AAon., Dec. 17 6:30 - 8:00 P.M. If you missed the chance last Monday to have your child's picture taken with Santa, here is another opportunity. Legion Building Downtown A Free Picture with Santa FREE SHOW f AND TREATS For the Children Sat., Dec. 15 12:30 and 2:20 P.M. Humota Theatre Courtesy of Humboldt-Dakota City Chamber of Commerce Stores open until 9;00 p.m. Next Week.