The Humboldt Independent from Humboldt, Iowa on December 22, 1973 · Page 13
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The Humboldt Independent from Humboldt, Iowa · Page 13

Humboldt, Iowa
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Saturday, December 22, 1973
Page 13
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I', < "TA 11 '<»*$ fitt «t Hardy Mf,- tm) MM. Phfflp Hefty, Lisa, Eric and TBfflfftyj DFMge <3eftt« ( Minn,, spent the weekend In tfrrtofflt of his mother, MM. Dlftk S, Hefty, Nfo and Mrs. Prank Clancy viilted Friday afternoon In the hoihe of her brother, Mr. a»d Mrs, Arthur Sklye, in honor of Jay' fkiye's 18th birthday which was Dee. 16. Mr. and Mrs. Dean James artd Meal visited in the parental Karl Baessler home, Llvermof e, Thursday in honor of the Baessler's 52nd wedding anniversary. ; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bottin and Larry visited recently on a Saturday in the home of his brothers, Leo, Emil and Eddie Bottiri, at Lytton. , Mr, and ,Mra. Lewis Johnson visited Sunday afternoon with her mother, Mrs. Odessa Ersland, in the Health Center of Friendship Haven, Fort Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. Larry ftasmussen and family, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Rasmussen d Mr. and Mrs. Afftotd AmBfsoft mn supper fuests Saturday In the-Arthur Sklye home in honor of Jay Sklye's birthday which was that day, Dee. 16. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Nervlg, Eagle Grove, were supper guests Sunday In the home of her mother, Mrs. Annie Amerson. Mrs. Clifford Skiye attended the Hi-Neighbor Christmas party at Val's Cafe, Dakota City, Friday. Cindy Wergeland, who is a freshman at the University of Northern Iowa, returned home Friday for the holidays and will return Jan. 3. Mr. and Mrs. Jay Olson and Jana attended a Christmas gathering of relatives and a supper in the Elmer Erickson home, Eagle Grove, Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Seger spent Sunday in the home of their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Jon Petersen and family, The delightful holiday season is here! May you enjoy every moment with family and friends in true contentment. Rip's Electric Darlow Rapple 332-2479 We're dashing off to wish one and all a joy-filled holiday. And Thanks For Your Potronpflt MARTIN WELL CO. Dakota City Masisn City. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Skiye attended Whyte's Christmas party at Ron's Restaurant at Goldfield Wednesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Lane, Humboldt, visited Sunday afternoon and evening in the home of her mother and brother, Mrs, Anna Potter and Carroll. Mr. and Mrs. Archie Hockel visited Sunday evening In the Lewis Johnson home. Ro'ger Fude, Fort Dodge, visited Sunday evening with his friend, Denies Olson, in the August Olson home and was an overnight guest. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Skiye attended the funeral of Mr. Clint Tinken which was held at the United Methodist Church, Humboldt, Saturday afternoon. > Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Pannell visited in the home of their daughter, Mr. and Mrs.. Arthur Petersen and family, In most grateful. appreciation, we wish you and your family all the peaceful joy and happiness of that Holy Night when hope was given to all mankind. Farmer's Co-op Elevator Livermore Lots of old-fashioned cheer to everyone. We hope Christmas is a time for happy family gatherings. Thanks to our friends. Worthington Insurance 10 S. Taft 332-3326 •Humboldt, one day -Wild Tuesday evening they visited in the home of another daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Halvotson. Mfs. Dick S. Hefty, Mrs. Myfbn May and Mrs. Dean James, Hardy, are members of the Boone Valley Common- .ity Chorus. Chorus sang at the Christian Reform Church, Kanawha, and also at Renwick United Methodist Church, Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Don Lefdal, Goldfield, MfV and 1tfrs. Larry Lerdal afttf Solan and Mr. awd Mrs. Jim Pevold, Humboldt, were supptr gliests Saturday evening in the James Lerdal home. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Kltley attended the Christmas program at the United Methodist Church, ftenwick, Sunday evening. They were coffee guests at the Ernest Pergande home, Renwick. Other gusts were Mr. and Mrs. Dean Kitley, Kevin and Kelsey. Mr. and Mrs, Howard Rasmussen visited Saturday afterftoan with his brother, Lymafl, at Spirit Lake. They visited Saturday evening in the Eugene Livingston home and returned home Sunday morning. Mrs. Dean James attended Tlte Hflfflfeoldt tftdepeiftdent, the ALCW Christmas luncheon and installation of officers at the St. Paul Lutheran Church, Renwick, Friday. Mrs. James is president of the ALCW. Board members of the Hardy Cooperative Elevator Company and the employees of the Hardy Cooperative elevator and their spouses enjoyed a supper and Christ* Mas party at Charley's Supper Club at Algona Saturday evening. The group included Carl Lippolt, Mgr., Mr. and Mrs. Dean Reichter, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Thompson, Mr. and Mra> Dean J«me*. Mr. and Mrs. Msrvfft Wt*ge» land, Mr. and Mf*. Ray otstf, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Hftlvetftftf, Mr. and Mra. m\ WeMtaf and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Clowe«. Also present was Llppolt's friend, Mrs. Charlene Obierman: Hi! Merry Christmas Hing out, , ting out hearty good wishes for holiday cheer. Livermore State Bank 9n the true spirit of this season, we extend our good wishes, sincere gratitude. Imperial Cafe Marvin and Verna Kropf Lillian Longseih, Mary Walter Sandy Holthaus, Nell and Ruth Olion In the happy spirit of the holiday, when peace settles as gently as freshly fallen snow, we pause and count our many blessings. Numbered high among them is your cherished patronage and good will. Bountiful thanks and sincere greetings to all. WILLIAM GARRISON - EARL GARRISON Dale R. Joiner Stephen P. Jensen Robert L. Humphrey Carol D. Knowles Floyd Vogt Randy Humphrey Denny Wyatt Robert D. Bennett Norman Petersen Jim Lee Joy C. Fay Odine B. Millang Michael A. Knowles SJhleley Trenary William F. Petersen Millard Vance Paul Lynch Tony Luft Edwin Schmanke Wally Garrison May the spirit of world . peace pervade the future. With deep sincerity, we wish you Happy New Year. Chalet Mobile Homes Humboldt Garrison Ford, Inc. Where Service is Part of the Sale Humboldt For your Christmas . an abundance of wondrous delights. Knotty Pine Frank and Stella Stattelman May the spirit of Christmas remain in your hearts all through the holidays. Farmers Co-op Ottosen there's no happier time J^than Christmas, because it's a time for sharing all the happiness we feel with those we care about most. That's why we'd like to share our joy with you, wishing you a Merry Christmas and saying "Thank You." Farmer's Cooperative Association Humboldt

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