The Humboldt Independent from Humboldt, Iowa on December 15, 1973 · Page 7
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Humboldt Independent from Humboldt, Iowa · Page 7

Publication:
Location:
Humboldt, Iowa
Issue Date:
Saturday, December 15, 1973
Page:
Page 7
Start Free Trial
Cancel

10 ,. ttek 16, 19t3, The thimboldt iadependent Kitleys entertain at card party at Hardy ttARDY-Mr. aftd Mrs. Lyle Kitley entertained the 600 card dub in their home Thursday evening!* Their guests were Mr. and Mrs. Rorifcld May, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Clancy, Mr. and Mrs. Robert McKenna, Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Seger, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Larson and Mrs. Evelyn Mack. Prizes were won by Mrs. Seger, Ronald May, Robert McKenna, Mrs. Mack and Mr. and Mrs. Ffank , Clancy. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Kitley, Hardy, Mr. and Mrs-JWarvin Thompson, Brian and Jeff, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Thompson and family, and the Ernest Pergande family were Saturday evening guests in the Dean Kitley home at Renwick in honor of Kelsey Kitley's fourth birthday which was that day, Dec. 8. Sharon Schipull, Hardy, and her girl friend, Pat Christians, Klemme, spent the weekend in the home of Sharon's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Schipull. Both girls are students at ICCC in Fort Dodge. Mrs. Marty Gilson, Cedar Falls, and her friend, Miss Kris Ott, Alton, III., and Mychael Swan, a freshman at Iowa State University, Ames, spent the weekend in the home of Mrs. Gilson's and Mychael's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leland Swan. Mrs. Gilson and Miss Ott are both students at the University of Northern Iowa in Cedar Falls. Mr. and Mrs. Dean James and Neal visited Sunday afternoon in the home of her brother, Mr. and Mrs. Keity Baessler and family, Renwick. James and Neal were also supper guests. Mrs. Dean James, Mrs. Myron May and Mrs. Dick S. Hefty are members of the Boone Valley Community Chorus at Renwick. They presented an evening of Christmas music in the Goldfield United Methodist Livermore club meets for yule party Dec. 5 Sixty two members and guests attended the Christmas party of Friends and Neighbors Club at Livermore Wednesday, Dec. 5. A potluck dinner with baked ham, furnished by Richard McKenna of McKenna Trucking, was served at noon. The mood was set for the holiday season by the committee in charge with festive table decorations and preparations. Committee members were Florence Rutz, chairman, Dora Gronbach and Fred Pooch, with lola Foley and Mary Klein assisting. Before the meal punch was served and table favors were at each place. Special guests for the occasion were the ministers in the community. Those present were Rev. Edward Fandel of the Sacred Heart Catholic Church, Rev. and Mrs. William E. Stock of the Immanuel Lutheran Church and Rev. Robert Williams of United Methodist Church. After the potluck meal, the full house was entertained by the Watnem Family Singers of Humboldt. Guest Etta Underberg of Eagle Grove gave prayer with humorous overtones. Pastor Stock led the group in singing Christmas carols, accompanied at the piano by Ardis Hamm. Court Calendar 13636 Virgil Dillinger, individual and as parent and next friend of Terry Dillinger, a minor, vs. Donavon Johnson and Paul Johnson. The case was dismissed with prejudice and costs paid Dec. 12. Mayall attended regional sales session Dec. 8 Frank Mayall of the Rutland Lumber Co., Rutland, attended one of a series of regional one day product, program, and sales sessions presented by Modern Farm Systems, Inc., held at Starlite Motel, Fort Dodge, on Dec. 8. Church Sunday evening. Mrs. Lawrence Nielsen visited Mfs. Lawrence Marty Monday afternoon. Mrs. Marty returned home Friday after undergoing eye surgery at Area Community Hospital, Marshalltown. Mrs. W. H. Pannell Spent a week in the home of her sister-in-law, Mrs. Elmer Chambers, Alpha, Minn. They made daily trips to the hospital in Trimont, Minn., to visit Elmer Chambers. Pannell went to Alpha Sunday and Mrs. Pannell returned home with him. Pannell also visited Chambers at the hospital in Trimont. Mrs. Ellen Speich and Edwin, Ottosen, and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Heggen, Renwick, visited Sunday afternoon int the Eldon Walter home and were lunch guests. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Johnson visited Sunday afternoon with her mother, Mrs. Odess Efsland, at the Health Center of Friendship Haven, Fort Dodge; Mr. and Mrs. Donald Newton and family, Dakota City, were dinner guests 1 Sunday in the home of her sister, Mr. and Mrs. David Anliker and sons. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Anliker and family, Ottosen, visited in the afternoon in the home of his brother, the David Anliker family. — General Meeting of the Trinity ALCW will be held one week earlier because of Christmas. It will meet Tuesday aternoon, Dec. 18 at the Trinity Lutheran Church. Hostesses are Mrs. Edward Nervig,, Mrs. Glenn Lenning and Mrs. Olive Pederson. Program ehaiwian is Mrs. Afield Johnson. Mrs. Etfwtriii f&ytorvisited Wednesday aftefnobh ifi the noflte of hir ttnclei Cltfles Foley, Renwick. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Dkiye hosted the Jfc MYP" 'Christmas party at the United Methodist Church* Renwick, Sunday evening. Mrs. Gudrun Andersen and Mrs. Betty Andersen were supper guests Friday evening in the Siguard Risa home, Fort Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. Leland Swan entertained friends at a Christmas coffee in their home following church services Sunday. Roger Fude, Fort Dodge, visited Sunday with his friend, Denice Olson in the August Olson home. Mr. and Mrs. David Altman and Bridget, Ames, were dinner and lunch guests Sunday in the home of their friends, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Rathke. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Anderson, Dawn and Denice, visited Sunday afternoon in the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Andersen, Kanawha. Grandpa and Grandma will love itl You select from 8 channels. Put CABLE TV at the top of Santa's list! A g'rft to test and last! Ideal gift for friends and relatives. New Installation, 1 outlet Reconnect Monthly Service, 1 outlet Monthly Service, 2 outlets or pay someone's monthly service ahead for them. Winter Happiness is Cable TV!! Stop at our office at 701 Sumner Avenue, Humboldt, or call us Phone 332-3035 Humboldt-Dakota City CABLE TV SNOW TIRES We have a very large inventory of auto, pick-up, and truck mud and snow tires at some of the LOWEST PRICES AROUNDl Call 332-2354 TODAY We will not knowingly be undersold on ([comparable tires !j I 24 HOUR j Truck & Tractor { Service | Coll 332-4625 {Nights and Sundays HANSON TIRE SERVICE Highway 3 West DynmoTapewfiter $5.95 and up 2,3 and 4-drawer Letter Files $27.00 to 82.80 Pencil Sharpeners $4.05 to $5.30 Staple Remover 75c Electric Pencil Sharpener $39.95 Fireproof Security Box $14.40 Letter Openers $2.00 Smith-Corona Portable Typewriters $94.50 and up Postal Scales $3.25 and $5.50 Electric and manual Victor Adding Machine Electric $69.50 and up Papermate Pen and Pencil Sets $3.95 to $10.00 Desk Doodle Pad $2.75, Refutable Attache Cases $18.50 to $38.00 Humboldt Printing Co. 332-2514

What members have found on this page

Get access to Newspapers.com

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 8,800+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free