The Humboldt Independent from Humboldt, Iowa on January 5, 1974 · Page 7
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an d Miss Sally Juelfs and David Flowergirl and ring bearer Kinsinger spoke their mar- were Deena Niles and Damon riage vows in United Methodist Church, Gilmore City, Dec. 22. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs., H. J. Juelfs, Gilmore City, and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Kinsinger, Fort Dodge. The Rev. Fred Pierce performed the 2 p.m. ceremony. Soloist, Wayne Goodno, was accompanied by Mary .Heuter at the organ. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a gown of polyester, nylon and cluny lace, with a fitted bodice of lace, a V-shaped neckline, shepherdess sleeves "and a flowing circular skirt. The veil Was chapel length, with a lace etged mantilla. ' '* " '; . Matron of honor was Jane Enfield, sister of the bride, and bridesmaids were Lori Saunders, Marilyn Fisher and Becky Juelfs. They wore gowns of red polyester knit trimmed in white lace. Each carried a long stemmed white mum tipped in red with red and white streamers. Best man was Jon Ulstad, a friend of the bridegroom and groomsmen were Paul Tjal- sma, Keith Paustian and Gary Marchi. Saathoff, cousins of the bride. Ron Juelfs, Hank Wolfe and Daryl Enfield seated the guests. Nadine Saathoff and Joan Niles were the bride's personal attendants. For their children's wedding, Mrs. Juelfs wore a gold gown trimmed in gold brocade, and Mrs. Kinsinger wore an aqua lace gown. Both wore corsages of red roses. Guests were registered by Deb Pate. Gifts were carried by Rachael Benjamin, J'ne Day and Cindy Day and opened by Sue Jensen, Ronda Sitzmann, Marilyn Garrett and Deb Wangsness. Following the ceremony, a .reception was held in the ' dhurch^'fellowship.Tiall hosted by Ken Juelfs, Mr. and Mrs. John Saathoff and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Johnson. Cake was cut and served by Beverly Wiegert and Marcy Peasley. Maureen Emery and Genevieve Granner poured coffee and punch was served by Cathi Wolfe and Chris Ford. Waitresses were Mary Shelgren, Paula Emery, Mary Stamper and Joni Wisemen. The couple will make their home at Fort Dodge where both are employed. Mrs. R. Telford hosts card party OTTOSEN-Mrs.-Roy Telford entertained a Thursday afternoon card party. Those attending were Mrs. Ed Zinnel, Mrs. Eugene Hofius. Mrs. Essie Cooper, Mrs. Bessie Cooper, Mrs. Percy Watnem, Mrs. Earl Long and Mrs. Roy Enockson. The families of Bruce Watnem. Humboldt, Paul Watnem, Klemme and Allan Watnem were Christmas Day guests of the Percy Watnems. The Mike Coyles enjoyed Christmas Eve supper in the Donald Brandhoij home, Bradgate. The Richard Bakkens were Thursday guests in the William Siemens-home, Forest City. Friday afternoon coffee guests of Mrs. Earl Olson were Mrs. Nathan Mogler, Janet, Jackie and Melany. Friday evening the Earl Longs visited the Arnold Bratlands, Bode, with the purpose of celebrating Mrs. Bratland's birthday. Thursday afternoon Pastor and Mrs. Gerhardt Gosnell, Gage and Christy finished their packing and started their journey to their new home at Marion, Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Usher were holiday visitors, Tuesday through Saturday, in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Weaver, Galesburg, 111. Mrs. Weaver is the Usher's daughter, Ruth. The Dean Telford family, Larry Telford family and LeRoy Worby family, Bode, were Christmas dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Telford. Ruth Speich, Ames, ended her weeklong holiday vacation in the home of her mother, Mrs. Ellen Speich, Thursday. Christmas dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. James Banwart were Mr. and Mrs. Silas Banwart, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Banwart and family, Archie Banwart, Rodman, Berniece Banwart, Algona, Caroline Banwart, Peoria, 111., Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Strahm and family, Sabetha, Kan., and Mrs. Betty Schmidt and family. Mr. and Mrs. Les Banwart and family were afternoon and supper guests. Out of gueits mitt in Ranwlck horn* • -«-*i »T AVJ.I—*«r» &fiti Mrs. Merrill Swan, Palfta Heights, Ohio,, and 5 theif datighte'r, Cleveland, ofrio; «affl« to visit oviif ChrislniaS In the Floyd Swan home, they had pre- Chflstniaiji :dinief with other retativesltt tM Sex seh'oon- over hoth% at Guiht ie Center. They visited other relatives MM**** 4* . it- jy 6hft j d g w4n City, Art „ !, Crystal Lake, and tofth Mrs. Gundvel Johftson at Kahawha. Mf. and Uts, Jim, Clowes and children, Regal, Minn., Mr. and Mfft fid'fiesta), en route to sacremento, Calif., BOb Clowes, Alendria, Minn., MrY and Mrs. Bill Clowes, and Mrs. Charlotte Gorrell were Christmas dinner guests in the home of Mrs. Ina Clowes. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Reynolds and family, Fort Dodge, Mr. and Mrs. Keith Gregory and children, Goldfield, Mr. and Mrs. Rick Thompson, Mrs. Addie Hamm, Corwith and Mr. and Mrs. Larry Kraft and children were Christmas supper guests in the Art Kraft home. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Dobson and Carol were Sunday guests in the Clyde Betts home, Jefferson, Christmas Day they were dinner guests in the Larry Dobson home. Randy Anderson, Ames, and Mr. and Mrs. Ben Fowler and children, Dakota City, were Christmas dinner guests in the Duane Anderson home. Fred and Francis Hefty, Ames, and Bruce Hefty, Fort Dodge, spent Christmas va- ' cation with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hefty. Rev. and Mrs. Don Glazier and family and Mr. and Mrs. John Glazier, Rantoul, 111., who are spending Christmas with their parents, spent Christmas in the H. R. Glazier home, Graettinger. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Cameron and children, Eagle Grove, and Mr. and Mrs. Larry Cameron and children, Nevada, had pre-Christmas Saturday supper in the Russell Cameron home. Mr. and Mrs. Vic Rademaker had Christmas dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bloom. .„,, - Mri and Mrs. Bob Gunderson and children, Fort Dodge, Miss Janice Henriksen and Dave Park, Mason City, were Christmas dinner guests in the Luverne Henrikson home. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hoffman, Mr. and Mrs. Greg Paul, Mason City, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Paul, Mason City, Mr. and Mrs. Gary Paul, Garderion, Kan., Mindy Paul, ISU, Ames, and Mr. and Mrs. George Stechers had Christmas dinner in the Bob Hoffman home. Pre-Christmas dinner was held Monday in the Art Berkenes home. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Jay Huntley and children, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Berkenes and Melanie, Tama, and Bob Berkenes. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Wolf and Mrs. Elizabeth Klassi were Christmas dinner guests in' the Grant Chapman home, Belmond. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Beide and family, Council Bluffs, were Sunday evening callers in the Jay Huntley home. Lt. Col. and Mrs. Donald • Green and family, Fort Leavenworth, Kan., came Monday and visited until Thursday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Green and her mother, Mrs. Gladys Pearson. But the third little pig knew best . . . He had Double Dip Insurance and was completely covered when he wrecked his car on the ice. 1 -irst westers , nsurance Inc. ; 10 N. Taft (formerly Hotel Humboldt) INA Dick Barnes P.O.Box 218 Phone 332-1954 Dave Dodgen Humboldt, Iowa 50548 an d CJ.CCLK. ujE. act ng LTOUJ± St. Mary's Catholic Church, Humboldt, was the setting for the double ring ceremony and nuptial mass uniting Sandy Barmore and Dave Clark Friday, Dec. 21, at 7:30 p.m. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Earl Barmore, Humboldt, and Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Clark, Eagle Grove. Msgr. J. E. Tolan officiated at the double ring ceremony and Mrs. Delmer Cram, organist, accompanied Deb Nielsen, who sang "More" and "The Lord's Prayer". Flocked Christmas wreaths and poinsettias decorated the altars. The bride was given in marriage by her father and wore a floor length gown of sata peau with a high rise waist and a pleated ruffle around the neckline, hem and train. The Juliet styled sleeves had three tiered pleated ruffles and lace trim. She wore a mantilla length veil trimmed to match her dress. ' The bride carried a colonial bouquet of red sweetheart roses and baby's breath with green pearls and streamers. Miss Jane Sandvig, a friend of the bride, was maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Joan Anderson, Rose George, and Julie Clark, a sister of the bridegroom. They wore floor length gowns of emerald coin dot satin. They each carried a bouquet of red carnations. Chris Tate and Joe Berns were flower girl and ring- bearer. Best man was Gary Spangler, a friend of the bridegroom, and groomsmen were Joe Sterling, Tom Hoick and Greg Barmore, a brother of the bride. Ron Barmore, brother of the bride, Tim Sadler, Jim StrutiTonburg and Mike Whyte ushered. Betsy Brandsgard registered guests and Ann Mitchell was the bride's personal attendant. Mrs. Barmore wore a floor length A-line gown of blue jersey knit and silver sequins. Mrs. Clark wore a floor length silk gown in colors of white, red, pink and green. Both mothers wore corsages of sweetheart roses. A reception for 250 guests was held in Star Restaurant, Humboldt. Mrs. Jim Williams and Mrs. Alvin Werkmeister, poured coffee and Mrs. Dale Wellen and Mrs. Bob Coffman served punch. Mrs. Ron Barmore and Mrs. Ron Tate cut wedding cake. Waitresses were Connie Jensen, Sue Olson, Nancy Wellen and Mari Williams. Following a short honeymoon, the couple will make H U MOTA SUNDAY-MONDAY-TUESDAY The prospective owners of Moxy's Cor Wash, Pittsburgh, Pa Raneys hold Christmas at Sioux City BODE-Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Raney motored to Sioux City for Christmas. Their son, Ronald, who attends Simpson College in Indianola joined them and Cynthia, who works at Country Florals and her friend, Bill Keel, Forest City,, and Mrs. Baker and son, Mark, Sioux City, all were at the home of Mrs. John Swanson and children. They returned home Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Naeve, Clare, were dinner guests of the Raneys Saturday evening. Sunday evening they attended the services "in the Methodist Church at, Livermore and were later luncheon guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Haack. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schoonbeck, California, visited their son, Alan and family, several days during Christmas. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Tofteberg had their family home for Christmas Day. Present were Dallas, a student at ICCC,' Eagle Grove, Harlan Tofte- berg's, Eagle Grove, Jack Strickland family, Rutland, and Marcia Becker, Livermore. Mrs. Tofteberg entertained at an afternoon coffee Thursday afternoon for friends and neighbors to view their new house modeling project. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Thatcher, Cherie and Bruce were hosts to the Saathoff family for Christmas Day. The William Jass family, Alden, Duane Saathoffs, Rolfe, Harry Vestwebber family, Goldfield, and Mrs. Etta Saathoff, Bode, were present. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bakken had family guests Christmas Eve. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Enger, Emmetsburg, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Larson, Mrs. Lucille Torgerson and Mr. and Mrs. Larry Lenning and three children, Humboldt, were present. their home in Tempe, Ariz. The bride is a legal secretary and the bridegroom attended Buena Vista College, Storm Lake, as a political science major and will continue his education in Arizona. Mr. and Mrs. Clark hosted a rehearsal dinner Dec. 20 in Starlite Restaurant, Fort Dodge. Saturday, Jan. 6, 18t4» Hi* Dli at Carolyn Dcniso Olson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Olson, Bode, and George P. Illg, St. Joe, son of Mrs. Rosalia Illg and the late Arthur Illg, were united in marriage at <\ p.m. Friday, Dec. 7. in St. Joseph's Catholic Church, St. Joe. Rev. David Hogan officiated at the double ring ceremony. The bride was attired in an empire waisted gown bordered with eyelet lace and offset by long, billowing sleeves. The bodice was decorated with a lace bib. The cathedral length train was trimmed in a double row of eyelet lace and ribbon. A bell pearl and rows of baby pearls edged the bridal cap. The bride carried a bouquet, of twenty red roses. Serving her sister as maid of honor was Diane Olson of Cedar Falls. She wore a gown of dark blue velvet with empire waist and Juliet sleeves. On her head she wore a triangle white fur scarf with velvet ties and carried a long stemmed white rose. Lee Ann Christiansen, Eagle Grove, friend of the bride, and Shari Olson, sister of the bride, were bridesmaids. They wore gowns identical to that of the maid of honor. Bend, was flower girl and wore a gown similar to that of the bridesmaids. She carried a red rose nosegay and wore a dark blue velvet ribbon in her hair. The bride's personal attendants were Mrs. Lloyd Sehilmoeller and Mrs. Tom Reising, friends of the bride. Lauri Reding was organist and her father, Don Reding, was lector for the occasion. The altar of the church was decorated with arrangements of red and white roses, and the center aisle with white pew bpwg. The bride, given in marriage by her father, was met at the altar by the bridegroom. Serving the bridegroom as ftest man was Daft , friend of the- bfidegrodffl, Groomsmen flrere Virgil Wagner, friend of tftft bridegroom And Rob tllg, nephew of the brtdijwom, Ring bearer was Craig sede. HarJan Weydert, Bill MM- fiauser, Tim Dahlnatiier and Bob Gingler, friends of the bridegroom, were ushers. The bride's mother wore a floor length navy blue and white gown with a corsage of red roses. The bridegroom's mother wore a light blue street length dress, with a red rose corsage. Kim Olson, brother of the bride, and Rich Illg, nephew of the bridegroom, passed out programs. Seated at the guest book was Margene Illg, nefce of the bridegroom. Following the ceremony, a candelabra reception and smorgasbord supper was held in Starlite Village Restaurant, Fort Dodge, for about 230 guests. Helping at the reception were friends of the bride, Tammi Harrell, Ames; Valerie O'Leary, Omaha; Brenda Glissman, Walnut; and Dee Visser, Cedar Falls. Also assisting was Mrs. Norval Hundertmark. Jane Ann Hundertmark, cousin of the bride, was at the reception guest book. After the wedding trip, the couple will be at home near Irvington. The bride is employed by Winkel, Nitchals and Winkel, Algona, and the bridegroom is engaged in farming. A barbecue was given by the bridegroom at the K.C. Hall, St. Joe, for the rehearsal supper Thursday evening. Lu Verne Holiday guests in the Basil Koob home, Lu Verne, were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kepler, Webster City, who recently moved from Cambridge Ontario Canada, where Kepler was vice-president of Marketing White Mfg. Co. He has been transferred to the Franklin Mfg. Co. as vice- prsident of Sales at Webster City. Mrs. Kepler is the former Laurabelle Koob. Their daughter, Kathy Ralston and husband, Scotty and son, Scot of Cambridge Ontario Canada were also guests in the Koob home. Scotty Ralston is a semi-truck driver and makes many trips in the U.S. in his work. SPECIAL MATINEE I Saturday & Sunday -2:00 TOPS IN ACTION! TOPS IN ADVENTURE! Inventory Clearance This is a Store

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