The Humboldt Independent from Humboldt, Iowa on December 29, 1973 · Page 3
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the Humboldt tftdependent, Satuyfa?. Detf. 19, by corn ' Eighty-one-year-old Edgar B. Thomas, Lu Verne, waits in his 1953 auto until proper equipment can arrive to remove him from the vehicle following a Thursday morning accident south of Livermore on County K road. Thomas went into the ditch after his auto and a tractor, driven by Ronald Hansel, 18, Hardy, collided as Thomas went to pass. The tractor and a grain wagon pinned Thomas in his auto which was covered by shelled corn being transported in the wagon. Both drivers were taken to Humboldt County Memorial,Hospital for check-ups after the mishap but no injuries were reported.—Independent Photo. Lu Verne Senior Citizens hold appreciation coffee LU VERNE—Senior Citizens met in the town hall Tuesday, Dec. 18, for the coffee and home made cookies and candy for an appreciation gesture to those that-bought the tickets for the quilt. Two hundred and twenty dollars was made and the group thanked everyone that made ft a success. A gift wls presented to Jessie Stripling the..president. Eleanore JKub- leys. name was-.drawjn by Verloine Johnson. No meeting will be held Jan. 14. Ottosen families gather during Christmas holidays OTTOSEN—Mr. and Mrs. Don Lange and children, Harlan, arrived Sunday evening to spend the holidays visiting in the home of her father, Earl Long. Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Habben and family, Pocahontas, were Sunday afternoon visitors in the Richard Bakkcn home. Mr. and Mrs. Ron Nielson, Aaron and Alicia, Tama, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Malmin, Jeff, Jill and Eric, Maple Plain, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Edward Malmin, Lisa and Ryan, Rutland, Monte Newton, and Mr. and Mrs. Erling Malmin were present at the family Christmas celebration at the Homer Betz home Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bakken and family were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lenhard Holden Sunday evening for a Christmas supper and gift exchange. Mr. and Mrs. Hank Enger, Emmetsburg, Darrel Satern, Bradgate, Bob Marchant, Livermore, Mr. and Mrs. DeWayne Benge, Bradgate, and Olvin Haug were visitors at the Laurel Worster home last week. Mr. and Mrs. Allan Watnem and Mr. and Mrs, Percy Watnem were Friday morning visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Dippel, Belmond. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Bennet; and family and Mr. and Mrs. Ron Claude and sons joined family members at Britt, Sunday, for a Christmas celebration at the Oddfellow's Hall. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Claude and Ernest Hisler, Clarion, and the Bob Whipple family were there. The Richard Kinseth family received a holiday greeting call from Marsha, WAC medical division, stationed at Fort Sam Houston, Tex. Mr. and Mrs. Craig Kinseth, Webster City, remained overnight guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kinseth. Michelle Conlon was a Friday overnight guest of Jennifer Watnem. Mr. and Mrs. Fahey Gress and Connie visited Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Mogler and family, West Bend, Friday night. The Richard Bakken family moved Dec. 19 to the farm house formerly occupied by Mr. and Mrs. Henry C. Olson. The Olsons moved into the Bode house formerly occupied by the Clarence Hoyt family. Helpers for the Bakkens moving day were Mr. and Mrs. Archie Johnson, Bode, Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Habben, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Flaherty and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Flaherty, Pocahontas, and Mrs. Phylis Christiansen, Bradgate. Weekend guests of the Erling Malmins were Mr. and Mrs. Martin Malmin, Maple Plain, Minn., and Mr. and Mrs. Ron Nielson and family, Tama. The family of Mr. and Mrs. Laurel Worster celebrated at early Christmas at the Dean Banwart home Thursday night. Sunday morning Mr. and Mrs. Percy Watnem attended the Rutland Sunday school program in which their grandchildren, Tim, Debbie, Danny and Angela Watnem participated. They drove to Belmond and were visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Roberts. Mr. and Mrs. Watnem attended the Sunday school program at the Congregational Church, Belmond, in which grandchildren, Paula, Phillip and Gregg, Klemme, participated. The Watnems were supper guests of Mrs. Jen Classick and returned home in time to view the Sunday school program at Ottosen in which grandchildren Jennifer, Jeff and Jim participated. Mrs. John Nye, Ralston, Neb., received her Master of "Science Degree" in reading at the University of Nebraska at Omaha, Saturday, Dec. 22. Mrs. Nye, the former Martha Usher, teaches third grade at Karen Western Grade School at Ralston. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Usher were Friday overnight guests of Dr. and Mrs. John Nye and attended the Saturday commencement of their daughter. Klnnth family gather! Sunday forChriitmat -OfIPOSEN-The Kinseth family Christmas 'celebration wa$ Sunday afternoon at the Lutheran church, those attending were Mr. and M>s. ftifthafd Kinseth, Gary, Byron, Karen and Richard, Mr. &M Mrs, Olvln Haug and Cal, Mrs, Elaine Kinseth, Tom aftd .Susan, Algona, Mr. and Mf9. James Barber and Rhonda, West Bend, Mr. and Mrs. Al Grimily and Alysha, Omaha. Neb., Mr. and Mrs. Defthis Barber and Michelle, Carlisle, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Oppedahl, Shannon and Heather, Port Dodge, Mr. and Mrs. Craig Kinseth, Webster City, and Deb Zeimet, Livermore. Santa Glaus arrived Saturday afternoon St the Commercial Club with treats for the 160 people who were on hand for the yearly event. President, Lester Wehrspann, as- isted by Malcolm Helvick, served as master of ceremony. Gifts, donated by many organizations and private individuals, were distributed. The lunch and bake sale, served by the auxiliary, added to the afternoon activities. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Anliker and family were hosts Sunday to a pre-Christmas dinner for Mr, and Mrs. David Anliker and boys, Hardy, and Mrs. Elizabeth Anliker, West Bend. Afternoon visitors were Mr, and Mrs. Chuck Bemel and family, Rochester, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Pat Montag and daughters, Huxley, and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Dorweiler, West Bend. Mrs. Gary Anliker's birthday was also celebrated. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Brown, Mrs. Elfner, Larson fell on an icy walk Friday afternoon and broke the larger bone of her right leg. She is in SSO Gafy J, Rnttt*o« ftrtd wife, Kay aftd daughter Cliiyokb spent last week at the parental Jake Knudioft home. They live fn Colorado Springs. County K accident A Lu Verne senior citizen and a young Hardy man escaped injury, Thursday morning, following a collision between an auto and tractor-grain wagon on County K road south of Livermore. According to accident reports, the 1953 auto driven by Edgar B. Thomas, 81, collided with the tractor driven by Ronald Hansel, 18, Hardy, as Thomas attempted to pass. Both vehicles ended up in the ditch with Thomas trapped for a time by the tractor, wagon, snowbank and spilled corn. He was later rescued and both were taken to Humboldt County Memorial Hospital where no injuries were reported. No damage estimate was given to the two vehicles.—Independent Photo. Elizabeth and Edward, Miami, Okla., and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Nessen, West Bend, were Saturday evening visitors at the homes of Percy and Allan Watnem. The Trinity Lutheran Sunday school program was presented Sunday evening, Dec. 23. Sunday school superintendent Mrs. Ivan Evenson and organist Mrs. Richard Kinseth provided direction. The program opened with an instrumental trio followed with individual class recita- tion and congregational singing. Special music selections were presented by members of the choir. Saturday evening callers of the Richard Bakkens were Mr. and Mrs. John Christianson, Bradgate. Ring Out The Old Year, Bring In The New! The Big Fun Show For All AMERICAN INTERNATIONAL'S -How To Stuff A Wild Bikini- Sunday - 2:30 • 6:45 • 8:30 New Year's Eve — 6:45 Cont. Tues.-Wed. - 7:00-8:30 H U MOTA HAPPY NEW YEAR!!! Meat Mokes The Meal Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Harmon and Bonnie, Britt, were supper guests in the Harold Ristau home Thursday. ' ...Mrlv^and-..Mrs? '"irfarvey Noffziger'returnqd' fromjj?eq- ria, 111., after visiting her mother, Mrs. Wagner, who is in a nursing home. Visitors in the Ralph Davidson's home Sunday were their daughter, Marvel, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Eggleston, Pocahontas. Monday guests were Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Davidson, Algona. They came to celebrate their - mothers birthday. Progressive Club met Monday night, with Jen Rugg, for their Christmas party. Members all brought two gifts, one for a man and one for a woman, to take to the County Home for each one there. Alice Hanselman, Eunice Larson and Jen Rugg took the gifts. They sang carols and read the Christmas story. This is an annual affair for the progressive club. LYC met at the church parlors Thursday night and went caroling. Fifteen members attended. After caroling they went back to the church for lunch served by the Keith Voss's and Milt Wilhelms. Evening Canasta met with Jessie Stripling with three substitutes,- Faye Lichly, Violet Dimler and Marcia Arends. Violet Dimler and Marcia Arends won prizes. Instead of a gift exchange, each one donated a dollar to give to the Helping Hand School at Burt. Mrs. Mildred Ellifritz was taken by ambulance to Humboldt County Memorial Hospital Thursday morning. She fell Tuesday night and broke her hip. Amelia Hanselman, August Pergande, and Henry Studer are patients at Humboldt County Memorial Hospital. Loretta Guy entertained the Goodwill Club in the Jack Guys home Thursday. Fifteen members answered roll call. Loretta Guy told about Christmas in the past. Edna Hanselman had charge of the entertainment with contests. Mystery sisters were revealed and new ones drawn for 1974. New programs were given out. A thank-you was read from the Burt School. A gift exchange was held next meeting will be at Lula Jagels. Melinda Swanson received word that her brother-in-law, Ted Harmon, Missoula, Mont., died. He had been to California where several of his relatives had got together for a reunion. Wilson Certified Franks 1.2 oz. pkg. Fresh Ground Beef USDA Choice Round Steak $129 1 Lb. USDA Choice Sirloin $ Steak USDA Choice T-Bone $ m 79 C*A«.lr I Lb. Shop Hy-Vee for Largest Variety Cold Cuts - Chops - Steaks - Quick Cuts - Boneless Roasts Jenos (Frozen) Pizza 69c Flavor Kist Soda Crackers 1 Lb. Box 39c Libby Tomato "°L can Juice 39C A-E Chip Dips 3 for $|00 Hy-Vee Potato -^ Chips 48C Keebler Everyone's Favorite Club Crackers 49c Close at 5:30 P.M. New Year's Eve. Closed All Day New Year's Day. 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