The Humboldt Independent from Humboldt, Iowa on December 22, 1973 · Page 14
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The Humboldt Independent from Humboldt, Iowa · Page 14

Humboldt, Iowa
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Saturday, December 22, 1973
Page 14
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the Httfriboldt Independent, Saturday, Dec. 22, 1973 Renwick Mr. and Mrs. Bill Clowes were Sunday evening supper guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Keith Gregory, Goldfield. Supper was in honor of the birthdays of Mrs. Art Kraft and Karren Gregory. Hi Neighbor Club held their ChristmAs meeting Friday with a noon luncheon in Val's Cftfe, Dakota City, with 25 members present. Secret Sister gifts were exchanged and names revealed. New Secret Sister names were drawn for 1974, Each member had been asked to bring a Christmas decoration with a special meaning to their family and tell the meaning as each deCoration was shown. Sunday evening after the program in the United Methodist Church the following were lunch guests in the home of Ernest Pergande and family, Mr. and Mrs. Dean Kitley, Kevin and Kelsey and Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Kitley, Hardy. Tuesday evening Mr. and Mrs. John Hefty visited in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Raynard Jones, Goldfield. Members of the Vernon Lassies 4-H Club enjoyed noon luncheon in Val's Cafe, Dakota City, and a gift exchange for their Christmas party. Returning to Renwick in the afternoon they attended a movie in the Renwick School Building, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Box and Darlene, Imperial Beach, Calif., arrived Thursday to spend their* leave in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Fitch. They will also be visiting other relatives while here returning to Imperial Beach, Jan. 6. Friday evening Mr. ftftd Mrs. Gary Block, Greg and Brad visited ifi the home of Mrs. Florence Blotk. Sunday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Paul Heggen and Martha, Bertha, Sarah and Olena visited in the home of t». . T. P. Birth*, fevening Mr. iswd Mfs. OW Ktevelartd visited ifi •the home of Mr. and Mrs. Die evening Mf. attd horfie of Mr. and Mrs. Urn cl|ristii|as A dashing good time to folks everywhere. We're grateful for the favors shown us. Laird's Body Shop wishes for health and happiness, peace and good will, to all. Dale's DX Station Art L Jensen | DX Bulk Agent Bode* Good Year Tire Center It's the season to be grateful for blessings ... and we appreciate your continued patronage and goodwill. M id-States Finance Co. OMdt "[\uwk Voa fot (/ Renwick Community Creamery This sleigh is filled with our best wishes, hoping your Christmas is merry and bright. Rosey's Cafe & Ballroom * * *« ,_._,. ^ Livefmore CHHISTMA CHEER We would like to extend out warmest wishes to-all our friends, patrons. Klein's Repair Shop Humboldt CHRISTMAS CHEER We would JiJte ro extend our warmest wishes to all our friends, patrons. Lee's DX Hanson Tire Service The People Who Serve You! v\a*™v < ••* .. rt ., ., s >j& ^**« i8«r Greeting^ And with our greetings, a sincere expression of gratitude to our customers. FEMIC Ins. Merlin Anderson Gteetmas 's wishing all of you a very special Merry Christmas! Klein's TV and Appliance Livermore Bells are ringing to spread far and wide our warmest i/.' holiday wishes! Thank*. Wells Blue Bunny Dairy Products May you hi- greatly blessed by the joyous spirit o/ the Christmas celebration. Sincere thanks to all. Coast to Coast Stores 632 Sumner Ave. 332-1844 Just dashing oft to wish a joyous holiday season to all. Sportsmen's Laies and Lounge Demont and Mary Jo Gary and Bonnie ' j"f Merry Christinas to All! fffe happy and full of good cheer now and throughout the holiday teaion Gayle'sBarn of Beauty Livermore *

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