The Humboldt Independent from Humboldt, Iowa on January 12, 1974 · Page 7
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The Humboldt Independent from Humboldt, Iowa · Page 7

Humboldt, Iowa
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Saturday, January 12, 1974
Page 7
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Jewelry, Sumner Ave. are topics for assn. MuittbttWt Histofi- Monday ih First , presided tit the business meeting. , Mf«, Anltur dlftlfk presented the program on jewelry and disced many pieces. She showed her grandfather's bloodstone Watch cHarm with a compass encased in it plus an intaglio bwodstone. These were some- tirrtes used to press a design in sealing wax used to seal letters;. • . Other pieces included breastpins, stick pins, with opals in them, a Mexican bracelet, expansion* bracelets and those of plain gold. Beads displayed mtt titoise carved from ivory; eeral and stick coral strings, Venetian gla«, jet and slag. Many of Mrs. Clark's pie«8S nave a family history, others have been purchased from estate sales of local resident or have been given to her, The special was given by B. T. Gunderson who told of Sumner Aveiiue in early dayi, Traveling was done oh 12 trains through each day, or a bus drawn by horses. A large culvert made of native stone was situated at the east end of Sumner Avenue. Cars were usually parked' by backing them toward the curb. In 1917 or 191fi ruts at the sixth street crossing were so deep that right or left turns were not made. r, Jan. 12, lflf?<« Ifttfewnttefit Schedule set for water safety course to celebrate 50th anniversary Mr, ittd Mrs. Roy Guy will be honored on the occasion of their 50th wedding anniversary with an open house in Lu Verne Legion Hall, Their children will host the event from 1 to 5 p.m. Sunday, Jan, 20. There will be a program at 2*30 p.m. All friends and relatives are invited. Children of the couple are Jack, Lu Vette* 5nS?*ijf^ eland>Colo<! Charl °We. Pine River, Minn.; Patty* Rockwell; Geraldtae, Opldfield; Margaret, Fort Collins, Colo.; Joe, Bancroft; Jim, Waubun, Minn.; and John, Tampa, Fla. Robin Wessel and Mark Hull marry in Missouri Robin Sue Wessel, daughter of Judge and Mrs. William H. Wessel, Hermann, Mo., and Mark Allen Hull, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hull, Humboldt, were united in marriage at 7:30 p.m. Dec. 29 in United Methodist Church at Hermann. Mrs. Hull is a student at Coe College, Cedar Rapids, and Hull is employed as assistant manager of B. Dalton Bookstore, Cedar Rapids. The bride wore a pure white satin peau gown fashioned with an empire silhouette. The front and back of the bodice featured a pleated ruffled bib with silk Venetian lace. The long sleeves had triple ruffles from elbow to wrist and the same ruffling edged the hemline and, full-sweefr'ijefachable T* , "»** •** "' > *• ^"» ^f. «• train. *> A profile headpiece of Venetian lace held a tierred veil of bridal illusion. The bride carried a bouquet of red roses and white babies'- breath. Attending the bride as maid of honor was Miss Joni Theissen, Hermann. Bridesmaids were Miss Pat Rimmer, Maquoketa, a college roommate of the bride; Miss Beth Anderson, St. Louis Park, Minn.; and Miss Sally Merkle, St. Louis, Mo., a cousin of the bride. The attendants were gowned alike in emerald green velvet with high necklines and long sleeves cuffed with white ruffled lace. They carried long stemmed red roses. Flower girls were Miss Kelly Sue and Miss Erin Leigh Plummer, of Columbia, Mo., nieces of the bride. They wore long red velvet gowns patterned after those of the bridesmaids. They carried silver baskets of red rosebuds and white babies'-breath. The Rev. M. 0. Eisenhauer performed the double ring ceremony. Organist was Mrs. Marilee Shoupe, Hermann. Bestman was Thomas Leo Hull, Humboldt, a brother of the bridegroom. Groomsmen were Paul Breed, Kansas City; Dave Hart, Humboldt and Dave Brownfield, Humboldt. Ushers were Bill Wessel Jr., St. Peters, Mo., a brother of the bride, and Steve Grotewiel, Rhineland, Mo. Following the ceremony, a reception was given by the' bride's parents in the church dining hall for approximately 250 guests. Miss Donna Hauser, Hermann, presided at the guest book. Miss Sue 'Merkle, St. Louis, and Miss Jill Wiber, Rochelle, 111., were in charge of the gift table. Mrs. Marty Plummer and Mrs. Mary Wessel assisted at the serving table. After a short wedding trip, the couple will make their home in Cedar Rapids. Bode residents attend Christmas holiday dinners BODE—Guests of the Ralph Olsons Christmas Day were Mr. and Mrs. George Illg, Irvington; Bob Rowe, Cedar Rapids; and Diane Olson, of UNI who had been spending her Christmas vacation in the home of her parents. They all joined other relatives for Christmas in the George Solbeck home at Dakota City Christmas Eve. Christmas night they were all with family members in the Parts 1 and 2 of the Bed Cross Water Safety Instruction Course will be offered in January and March at the North Junior High Pool, Port Dodge, according to instructors Mrs. B. J. Tuten and Mr*. Jeannie Kruse. Any Water Safety Instructor (WSI) needing a refresher or anyone who has completed the Part 1 is eligible for Part 2. Part 1 will .run Jan. 21-25 beginning at 6 p.m. while Part 2 will be offered March 18-22 also 6 p.m. at the North Junior High Pool. Persons interested in the course must be 17-years-old and must hold a current Senior Lifesaving card. The card must be brought to class Clarence Olson home. The Lloyd Stith family, Ankeny, and Richard Jensen, Lytton, were guests at the parental Glen Jensen home Christmas Day. The Glen Jensens were among other guests at the Art Jensen home in Bode Christmas Eve. Guests in the Guy Lansing home Christmas Day 'were Mr. and- Mrs. Richard , Thompson,,Kent and JCirby,^ Forest" City; l Mr. and- : Mrl; "Cap" Harris, Brent and Peggy, Bode; and Mr. and Mrs. Steve Harris, Hayward, Calif. In the evening, Mr. and Mrs. Don Blair, and the Gene Blairs and Trent, Humboldt, were guests. Other guests during the week in the Lansing home were the Arnie Ketelsons, and Mrs. May Falb, West Bend; and the Vernie Faltinsons, Humboldt. Mr. and Mrs. Burton Rood spent the Christmas holidays in the home of her mother, Mrs. Ben Barnes at Lamoni. Garrold Schultz, Dean and Danny, Dakota City, also joined relatives for Christmas at Lamoni. Used Kitchenaid Dishwasher. Good condition. Top loader, portable. Used Washing Machine, runs good. See at Porter Electric Need Life Insurance? A Disability Plan? An Investment Program? Let Lutheran Brotherhood Help •LST'S ALL GO TO DAIRY QUEEN* 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. 0" 0 D D D 0 D Lutheran Brotherhood now makea nvnilnblt complete financial services for Lutherans. Whether your need is for health or life insurance, a special retirement plan, or a short or long term investment program, Lutheran Brotherhood is designed to help you at a cost you can afford. Just chjeck tne items on I he coupon you'd like more informal ion about. Or discuss your particular financial needs with our representative. There's no obligation. Call: OTTO E. SCHAFER Box 515 Humboldt, Iowa 50548 PHONE 332-1884 f)i|iittr*d ftiprtsintitivt of Lulhuin Brothtrhood S«cu(iti«$ Corp. . would like free information about: Q Life Insurance O Retirement Income Plan D Disability Income Plan Q Tax Sheltered Annuities I would like a free prospectus for: D Lutheran Brotherhood Fund. Inc. D Lutheran Brotherhood Income Fund, Inc. Name Address State Mail coupon t«: 'Zip" U Lutheran Brotherhood S ri A ' I ' "'^'~ ^^f w ^^ • ' ^^ fraternal insurance for Lutherans 701 Second Avenue South. Minneapolis, Minnesota 55402 M o the first night along with the Senior Lifesaving Book. All swimming skills will be checked Jan. 21 before acceptance to the course is granted. There is no charge except the price of the instruction manual as funding is provided by United Way, Fort Dodge, and Rural Area Fund Drives. If interested contact by phone or mail, Red Cross Office, 514 Carver Building, 676-1911 or Mrs. Edgar Tuten, Water Safety Chairman, 576-5013. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Bratland were New Year's Day dinner guests at the Raymond Kading home at Fenton. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Olson and Sandy entertained the Doug Olson family, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Thilf?es, Whittemore, Melvin Olson, and Mr. and Mrs. Steve Olson and Cory, Oskaloosa, during the holiday season. Christmas Eve guests in the Ronald Olson home were Mr. and Mrs. Arnie Wigans, Kristen and Karmen, Wil- Hamsburg; Mr, and Mrs, Bob Maurer 'arid 4 ' Scott, < D*es • Moines; a*nd' Mr. and ifrs. Denny Kissinger and Jason, Shakopee, Minn. The Kissingers joined other relatives Christmas Day in the Tommy Kissinger home at rural Livermore, and returned to Shakopee Tuesday evening. The Wigans family joined a family group Christmas Day in the Claretta Wigans home, Hardy. Mrs. Wigans, Kris and Karmen spent Thursday to Sunday in the Olson home, and Mrs. Maurer and Scott visited in the Olson home until Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Stoddard, Mickey and Clayton, Nashvillej Tenn., several days, in the parental Norman Rolland home, and also visited in Spencer. Mr. and Mrs. David Rosheim, Minneapolis, were also guests in the Rolland home during the Christmas holidays. Mrs. Nora Sorlein, a former Bode resident, is now a resident in Hampton Hospital, 313 Extended Care, where she is improving after a fall at her home in Clarion. Mrs. Sorlein celebrated her 86th birthday in November. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Bratland spent Christmas Eve in the home of their daughter, the Jerry Ostrums, Humboldt. Christmas Day the Bratlands visited her parents, the Mike Hinz's in rural Lu Verne. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Larson spent the New Year's holiday at the home of their son, the Randall Largons, Cedar Rapids. The 'Larry ' Lenning family, rural flumbbldt, were . p»sal s 8K«guS$ts.a;at ,,,,the Larson '• home. , ,;..,; Mr. and Mrs. David Engel were'entertained at Orville Olson's Christmas Eve. Olsons had Mrs. Marie (Olaf) Olson for dinner Christmas Day and went by bus Thursday to Chicago to visit their son, Gary, wife and family. Boy's Jackets Reg. $15-$30 Now Price 45 coats to choose from In corduroys, nylons and wools. Sizes 8 to 20. Sale Starts Sat., Jan. 12, for 7 Days ONLY! Buy NOW and SAVE! Jenning's Clothiers Claussen family meets far holiday GILMORE CITY - The Claussen family gathered at the Gilmore City Legion Hall Saturday evening to celebrate Christmas. Those attending were Mrs. Henry Claussen, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Claussen, Rolfe, Mr. and Mrs. Corliss Claussen and family, Palmer,^ Mr. and Mrs. John Paulson and family, Duncombe, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wink and family, Des Moines, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Claussen and family, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Claussen and family, Fort Dodge, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Graaf and family, Mr. and Mrs. David Graaf, Livermore, Cheryl Kissinger, Des Moines, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Cage and Neil, and Mr. and Mrs. Brian Cage, Kansas City, Kan., Tom and Ralph Claussen and Leo Kill, Sauk Center, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Percy Grove and family, Brill, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Benjamin and family, Paul Abens, and Dave Elhering- ton. -. .Christmas^dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Armon Frank were Mr. and Mrs. Don Day and family and Mr. and Mrs. Allen Redenius, Fort Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. Denzil Wiemers and family joined the family for supper. Spending Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. Ted Gleason were their children, Mr. and Mrs. Michael Gleason and family, Houston, Tex., Mr. and Mrs. David Gleason and family, Lincoln, Neb., Alan Gleason, Cincinnati, Ohio, Mr. and Mrs. S. Korde and Sanjit, Boston, Mass., George Gleason, Chicago, 111., and Gayle Gleason, New York. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Abens, Bonnie and Curt were Sunday evening callers of Ernest Abens. Christmas dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Johnson were Mrs. Minnie Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hunter and Jim, Gowrie, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Anderson and Coleen, Callan- dar, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Thompson and family, Clawson, Mich., Mr. and Mrs. Mike Hoover and Lisa, Manson, Carolyn Johnson, Eagle Grove, and Rennie Jennings, Pioneer. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Abens Check Refrigeration show case for specialty items Special Occasion Cakes Humboldt Bakery Tuesday Cookie Day trie fblMlcMf 1ft' dhfisiffis* dlfifw-fv M?> and Mrs. Watte Abcns and tanftte Oerdes, Manson, Mr. and M>t, Clftus VatiHdveln, Palmer, and Jenn? Befljamiiv. Mr. and Mr*. Ronald AbenS and family and Jenny Benjamin were Wednesday dinner gtiests of Mr. and Mffc' Doh Oerdes, Manson. Other gttests were Mr. and Mrs. Glaus VanHoveln, Palmer, and Mrs. Bob Point and family, PwSahontas. Mfi and Mrs. Don Day entertained at a pre-Chrlst- mas dinner Sunday. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Benjamin and family, Brad' Mr. ^md Mrs, Jake H werVMf. aM'ttMt 'ft Spender, Mf» and Mre. Jatos Saylfflf and : Miss J&anne Hoefing lias been spending the holidays with her , parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jake Hoofing. Mfss Hbefing will be returning td union Tuesday where she Is a . ,. Mr. and ,; Mrs. ftanaid Abens, Bonnie and Curt tfere Sunday evening callers flf Mr. and Mrs, Bob Point, Pocahonta's. H UMOTA Sun. Men. Tues, .Charley Varrick Fast moving action thriller! ;POj Sunday Shows 2:304:45-8:45 Mon.-Tues.- 7:00-9:00 Henry Block has 17 reasons why you should come to us for income tax help. Reason 8. H & R Block is a year-round service. We clo not disappear after April 15th. THE INCOME TAX PEOPLE 1 5th Ave. North • 9-5 Mon. through Sat. Phone 332-2933 NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY CUSTOM DRAPERIES Two weeks only SAVE 20% Jan. 17 - Jan. 31 •••••^•^•••••i SALE * Rich antique satins * Practical fiber glass * Casual homespuns * Elegant damasks * Dramatic prints * Flowing sneers * Imported linens * Airy casements WESCO FABRICS Now during our biggest sale we are offering you a chance to save on draperies tailored especially to your taste. Don't just hang draperies to decorate your home. Bring In your measurements and we will order your draperies made Just for your windows so you know they will be right. Thousands of fabric and color combinations to choose from. Custom pleating, top heading with permanent stiffening, 4 inch bottom hems, and many other features. LET US HELP DECORATE YOUR HOME. HOW TO MEASURE Width of rod, end to end. D«»ir«d length, top of rod down. (U»» rigid rule) Telephone 332-3713

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