The Humboldt Independent from Humboldt, Iowa on December 22, 1973 · Page 1
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The Humboldt Independent from Humboldt, Iowa · Page 1

Humboldt, Iowa
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Saturday, December 22, 1973
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I The Humboidt tftdepeftidentt Saturday* t)ec. 22,1973 Stacy Hippen is honored guest at birthday party - Thursday evening Mr. and Mrs. irwin Friday entertained Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hippen, Stacy and Kerry, Lu Verne, Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Rummins, Hardy, and grandson, Noel ftummins, Corwith, Mrs. Elsie fjuchsinger, Humboldt, Dr. and Mrs. Kentwth—Friday, Jefferson, and Mrs. Laura Hippen at a supper in their home for the fourth birthday of Stacy Hippen. Monday afternoon Mrs. Ed Anderson, Kanawha, was a visitor in the home of Mrs. Eddie L. Bygness. Monday morning Mrs. Marie Nissen accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Nissen and Jon to North Platte, Neb., where they were guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Watson. Mr. ffTrt—Mrs. Maurice Nissen and Jon continued on to Colorado where they will spend the holidays in the home of their daughter, Rev. and Mrs. Howard Schroeder and family. Mrs. Marie Nissen remained for a longer visit in the Watson home. Thursday evening guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Oberhelman were Mr. and Mrs. John Voss, Lu Verne. Last Monday evening, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Nielsen, Britt, were visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Boland. Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Johnston were dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Johnston, Jr., fort Dodge. In the afterB6«n they called in the home of Mr, and Mrs. William Borcherdt, Port Dodge. . ALOW of the Lake Lutherv an Church held their general meeting Tuesday afternoon in the church parlors. Mrs. Marlen gave the devotions. Installation of the new officers by Rev. Robert Pindell was as follows: president, Mrs. Olaf Kleveland; vice president, Mrs. Stanley Sampson; secretary, Mrs. Roland Hohensee; treasurer, Mrs. Herb Walker; secretary of education, Mrs. Joe Skinner; secretary of stewartship, Mrs. Ole Tjelle; historian, Miss Bertha Heggen; ways and means, Mrs. Donald Hooker, Mrs. Orten Lerdal and Mrs. -Gladys Gangstead; church improvement and altar, Mrs. Marlen Lund, Mrs. Nillard Lund and Mrs. Roland Hohensee; flowers, Mrs. Sumner Oppedahl, Mrs. Magne Bjorklund and Mrs. Chester Edwards; Cards and gifts, Mrs. Gus Arne and Mrs. Bill Hefti; nominating, Mrs. Alvin Hanson, Miss Olea Heggen, and Mrs. Sherrill Oppedahl; World Day of Prayer, Mrs. Robert Oppedahl; boxes, Mrs. Hiriam Eig, Mrs. Ellen Bottleson, and Mrs. Ray Amerson; audit, Mrs. Lloyd Swanson and Mrs. Paul Heggen. Program included the singing of Christmas Carols and Mrs. Robert Pindell gave a reading. A Christmas lunch was served by the hostesses, Mrs. Bill Hefti, Mrs. Roland Hohensee and Mrs. Herb Walker. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Thompson became the parents of a soli born Saturday, Dec. 15, ifl the Clarion Hospital weighing 1 pounds and 14 dunces. He has been named Troy Sfttoerl find will join two bfothefs, Brian arid Jeff, at home. Grandparents are Mr. Arid Mrs. LeRoy Thompson, Hardy, and Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Lohf, Sante, Calif. As Salesman for Blue Harvestore, Humboldt, Jerry Schnetzer received a trip to Florida for Christmas. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Schnetzer left Saturday morning and will return Wednesday'. Dean, Dale and J^fry Lee are staying with their grandpar- At Yuletime, we extend to you our wish that merriment may brighten your happy home, all season long. Reg-El Barber Shop Dairij Queen 'LET'S ALL GO TO DAIRY Dairy Queen Brazier Open: Mon., Tues., Wed., Thurs., 11 a.m.-10 p.m. Fri.,' Sat., Sun. 11 a.m. • 10:30 p.m. Jet. 169 & 3 North Humboldt. As the glory of the Star shines anew, we greet you and thank you warmly. Meyer's DX Humboldt for your continued good will and confidence. "*;•. Boyd Short's Conoco Tank Wagon Service F U EL and HEATING 112 9th St. North Business 332-4342 Home 332-3568 Ji'./fMfl . . . and may this season bring much cheer to your home and heart in every way. Very sincere thanks, too. Foley's [Sports (Center I HumboMt GREETINGS With old-fashioned warmth and lots of good cheer, we wish you a Merry Christmas .. . and thank you for your continued friendship and patronage. Humboldt Motor Sales Jack, Mike, & Tim Dailey Gene Wempen Don Brown Don Wurch Ron McCarty HumboWt Bob (Whitey) Marvin Vcrnon Schulze Joe Dixon Ed Elbert 332-2764 ents, Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Walta, white their pafetits are gone. Mr. M Mrs. Mils Maeha and Afity ftere in Waterlog Friday "mA ;-Saturday, fhey were bferWlght guests 1ft the home of dft£t. and Mrs. Jerry Burton. Macha attended the National Guard meetings and the wives 6f the men were at a lunahsaii Saturday ifi the homa of Mrs. Jerry. Burton. Eric Maeha stayed in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dean Kitley while his parents were gone. r with ftos ieassft /»eW*. Way jrdu dear to yeu f*/dtee /a eenfenfmem and teve. Dale's Welding ' GMtfmas ivtetth summa* best wishes jot your happiness. Pollock Truckin Christmas When happy voices sing out merrily, it's the beginning of the happiest season. To our many friends, a special carol filled with thanks and best wishes to all. f^om. ins, officzi*., and and itaff at J. L. Campbell Jr. Franklin Jaqua K. W. Campbell John Moklebust C. J. Howard R. K, Mikelson Shirley AA. Zenor Tom Peters James Thacker Charlotte Larson L. J. Hart Walter tinken W. Ambrose Welp Mary Lou Werner Marilyn Jacobsma Marlene Hamilton Edith Sorensen Nancy terming Ann Jergens Rita Biondahl Doris Johnson Shirley Kiley Janet Gonder Betty Saathoff The Humboldt Trust & Savings

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