The Humboldt Independent from Humboldt, Iowa on January 26, 1974 · Page 7
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The Humboldt Independent from Humboldt, Iowa · Page 7

Humboldt, Iowa
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Saturday, January 26, 1974
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Rainbow Girls install ^ Order of Rainbow lor Girls held open Initiation Sunday afternoon with Karen Mickey, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Robert Mickey, Humboldt, ttkfafc the' office of worthy advisor. Front row, from toft: Jennifer Edge, faith; Cindy Curry, hope; Karen Mickey; Lori Curran, associate worthy advisor; Beverly Pride, charity; and Mrs. Norman McArthur, mother advisor. Second row: Sheryl Hageman, Marge McArthur, Cheryl Foster, Kristol Dodgen, Diane Higgins and Lori Leadly. Third row: Suzanne Pierce, Vinona Mcfiurney, Barb McBurney, Johanna Eppley, Kathy Lewellyn, Shelly McPherson and Joni Sime.-Independent Photo. Bode Fire Department holds annual supper BODE—Bode Fire Department and .wives held their annual holiday supper Saturday evening, Jan. 5 at the Imperial Cafe in Bode. A gift exchange was held and group pictures were taken. Harlan Berge and Mrs. Dennis Salmon won the door prizes. There were 32 in attendance. Bode Women's Club met Friday afternoon in the home of Mrs. Leon Gangestad. Inspiration was given by Mrs. Palmer Loken, also Iowa club and GFWC news. Roll call was answered and the program was presented by Mrs. Darrell DeBoom. Mrs. Frank Tepner presided over the business session. It was decided to have^a.^party for t^e members ahd'husbands on Sunday evening, Feb. 3. This' Will be a potluck meal. Circles of St. Olaf Church met this past week. Wednesday, Jan. 16, at 9 a.m. Young Matrons met with Mrs. Roger Lounsbery. Thursday at 2 p.m. Ruth met in the home of Mrs. Garvin Larson with co-hostess, Mrs. LeRoy Enger. Gleaners met in Fireside Room with Mrs. Erling Malmin and Mrs. Oscar Williams as hostesses. Mary- Martha met in church basement with Mrs. Eleanor Grefstad and Mrs. Bob Rolland as hostesses. Altar Guild met Monday evening, Jan. 21. Bode Manor Inc. met Thursday evening at Kropfs Cafe. The year's officers were re-elected, Art Jenson, president; Loren- Eastman, secretary and Wilford Rood, treasurer. The three other members are Wilbur Reed, Harlan Berge and Marcus Rolland. A new manor will be built on the lots south of the St. Olaf parsonage. Letting of contracts plan to be considered latter part of February. The new structure will be an L-shaped building. Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Enger flew from Des Moines airport to Los Angeles and on Boeing Air Craft to Honolulu, Hawaii, Dec. 26. There were 157 people in the group from Des Moines, representing ISEA, Iowa State Educational Association. Many famous places were visited, also several islands in the group. Pearl Harbor and the Polynesian Culture Center, with thousands of people admiring their exhibits and entertainment was also visited. The Engers enjoyed temperatures of 85 degrees and returned to Iowa, with temperatures of -10 degrees. Knger teaches geography in Twin Rivers schools. Mrs. Enger is a registered nurse at Humboldt County-Memorial Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. David Engel hosted the Northwestern Life-Line group Monday, Jan. 14. Business session was held At their home in the forenoon with light refreshments. At noon the group of 12 had dinner at the cafe and in the Afternoon a speaker and discussion was held. A light lunch was served before the pests departed. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Olson, Livermore, received complimentary plane tickets from their daughter And son-in-law, Mr. And Mrs- Vernon Sittig, ChulA Vista, Calif..The latter part of December they flew to California to visit the Sittigs and another daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Tower, National City. This was the 40th wedding anniversary observance for the Olson's and Sunday, Dec. 30, open house was held. Many relatives and former friends of Livermore attended among them Mr. and Mrs. Chris Kvitli. She made the wedding cake. The Olson's spent over two weeks in California. Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Parsons, . Farnhamville, visited their daughter, Mrs. Garvin Larson and family Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Roland Arlton and son, Erik, Lennox, ,S.p., were Friday night 'dinner and overnight guests of Pastor and Mrs. Palmer Loken. ArltDh is art and music teacher at school for crippled children in Sioux Falls, S.D. Circles meet at Thor THOR—Naomi Circle met at the parish hall Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Iva Nessa hostess. New officers named were Mrs. Nessa, chairman; Mrs. Lester Johnson, co-chairman; Mrs. Bob Nelson, secretary-treasurer; Mrs. Jack Lee, secretary of education; and Mrs. Carl S. Olson, secretary of stewardship. Elizabeth Circle met with Mrs. Hannah Johnson and Mrs. Kenneth Thompson was co-hostess. Mrs. Al Thorson gave the Bible study. Officers elected were Mrs, Harvey Obrecht, chairman; Mrs. Irvin Tokheim, co-chairman; Mrs. Victor Lothe, secretary-treas- iirer; Mrs. John Morgan, secretary of education; and Mrs. Lloyd Abrams, stewardship secretary. Mrs. Selma Johnson, Belmond, was a guest. An auction was held. Rebecca Circle met in Mrs. Mildred Keen's home with Mrs. Glenn Kunert co-hostess. New officers elected were Mrs. Richard Hovland, chairman; Mrs. Joe Olson, co-chairman; Mrs. Mildred Keen, secretary-treasurer; Mrs. Elmer Johnson, secretary of education; and Mrs. Stanley Sandvig, secretary of stewardship. Esther Circle met at the parish hall with Mrs. Omer Anderson and Mrs. Edward Tokheim hostesses. Officers named for the year are Mrs. Vera Nelson, chairman; Mrs. Lew Hippen, co-chairman; Mrs. Carrold Wergeland, secretary-treasurer; Mrs. Gilman Holton, secretary of education; and Mrs. Manly Biondahl, secretary of stewardship. Mrs. Gilman Holton gave Bible study. Mrs. Harold C. Johnson was hostess for the Lois Circle Wednesday evening. Mrs. Kenneth Presler gave Bible study. New officers elected in December were in charge of the program. Senior Luther League members, several parents and advisors attended the movie, "Jesus Christ Superstar," at Humboldt Sunday afternoon. Following the movie they met at Trinity Lutheran Church near Hardy for a discussion of the film and lunch was served. ALCW to meet Jan. 29 HARDY—General Meeting of the'Trinity ALCW will be held at the Trinity Lutheran Church Tuesday afternoon, Jan. 29. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Amosson, Goldfield, visited in the Howard Rasmussen home Saturday evening. -Mr. and Mrs. Charles Davis, Algona, were dinner guests in the Fritz Krause "home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Dean James, Douglas and Neal, visited Sunday afternoon in the parental Karl Baessler home at Livermore and were supper guests. Mr. and Mrs, Donald Anderson, Dawn and Denice visited Sunday afternoon in the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Anderson, at Kanawha. Mr. and Mrs. Willis Engh and Doyce, Kanawha, visited Sunday evening in the home 1 of her brother, Marvin Anderson and family. Mrs. Arthur Skiye visited Wednesday afternoon in the home of Mrs. Eddie Moore. Mrs. Minnie Proctor and Charles Thompson were dinner guests Sunday in the home of Mrs. Proctor's daughter, Mrs. Lila Mae Larson. Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Thompson visited Sunday evening in the home of his sister, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Nelson, at Renwick. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Larson and family, Eagle Grove, visited in the Myron May home Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Potter, Brian and Mark, Des Moines, visited Saturday in the home of his mother and brother, Mi's. Anna Potter and Carroll. Douglas James, a freshman at Ellsworth College in Iowa Falls, had semester break vacation from Thursday until Monday and visited in the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dean James. Mychael Swan, a freshman at Iowa State University in Ames, spent the weekend in the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leland Swan. Mrs. Gilson receives mathematics degree HARDY-Mrs. Marty Gilson graduated from UNI with a B.A. degree in mathematics. Mrs. Gilson came to the parental Leland Swan home Thursday where she was an overnight guest and Friday she went to Sloan to join her husband who is a teacher there. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Pool, Renwick, Mrs. Raymond Schipull and Charles Thompson were visitors last week in the home of Mrs. Anna Potter after her return home from the hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Reichter, Kanawha, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Hefty, Douglas and Sherry, and Mr. and Mrs. Gary Meyers, Jerl Lyn and Stacy, Lu Verne, were Sunday afternoon and even- Ing guests in the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Meyers and family. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Johnson visited Sunday afternoon with her mother, Mrs. Odessa Ersland, in the Health Center of Friendship Haven at Fort Dodge, Mr. and Mrs. Johnson visited in the Archie Hockel home in the evening. Supper guests in the Keith Brayton home Saturday evening were Mr. and Mrs. Scott Brayton, Nevada, Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Clancy and Mrs. Florence Brayton. It was in honor of Scott Brayton's birthday which was Jan. 18. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Schipull went to Brewster, Minn., Thursday where they attended the funeral of a cousin, Mr. Walter Schipull, Golden City, Mo., which was held at the Lutheran Church. Mr. and Mrs. Scott Brayton, Nevada, spent the weekend in the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Keith Brayton, and in the parental John Geishcecker home at Livermore. Mrs. Lyle Kitley visited Wednesday in the parental C. H. Waddell home at Fort Dodge and also visited in the home of her sister, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Waldrop, and with her aunt, Mrs. Minnie Lawson, at Park Manor at Fort Dodge, Sharon Schipull, who is a student at Iowa Central Community College, Fort Dodge, spent the weekend in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Schipull and family. Club meets Tuesday GILMORE CITY-Happy Homemakers Club met Tuesday afternoon in the home of Mrs. Kenneth Ricklefs with Mrs. Harold Ricklefs as co-hostess. Roll call was answered. The afternoon was spent playing games. Next meeting will be Feb. 19 in the home of Mrs. Don Peters. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Durbin were Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Smith and Michelle, Humboldt, and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wallace. Circles of the ALCW of the First Lutheran Church met Wednesday. Ruth Circle met in the morning in the home of Mrs. Lowell Heggen with 16 members present. Lesson was presented by Mrs. Dennis Benjamin. Rachel Circle met in the afternoon in the home Renwick residents visit in Minnesota RfiNWlC«*-Mr. afid Mrs. Virgil EfwlB accofftplftled Harold Sinrpsen to Laittibto, Minn., Wetfflfcday to visit in the film** Frostruw and Eddie SiMpson homed, sister and brothel? of Mrs. Erwin and Simpseft. They returned Friday by the way of Waverly and visited in the Jim Dirkson home. Simpson returned to his home in,Rapid City, S.D., Saturday. ,% Mrs. Matilda White and Mr. and MrSt Ed Anderson, Kanawha, visited with their daughter and son, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Anderson and family at Le Mars Saturday. Mrs. Mary McPeak, Mrs. Wilbur Nissen and Mrs. Sam Nerem attended court in Humboldt Monday. Harold Simpson, brother of Mrs. Virgil Erwin came Monday evening to visit relatives and friends. Tuesday dinner guests in the Lloyd Erwin home were Harold Simpsofit Rapid City, S. D., Mrs. Mary McPeak and Mr. aftd Mrs, Virgil Erwin. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Klasse, Webster City, were Tuesday dinner guests of Mrs. Eddie Bygness, and were afternoon visitors of Mrs. Elizabeth Klassie. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Clowes and Joni were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Ina Clowes. Mrs. Pearl Nerem spent the weekend in the Merrill Nerem home at Alden. Wednesday evening Mrs. Pearl Nerem, Mrs. Georgia Oppadahl and grandson, Marvin Joenks, Rossie, were Wednesday supper guests in the Mel Hill home at Eagle Grove. Marvin Bode BODE—Miss Becky Hankins was a guest in the H. Smiths visit accident patient HARDY-Mr. and Mrs. Harrold Smith attended the open house at the Legion Building at Lu Verne Sunday afternoon for the 50th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Guy. The Smiths were then supper guests in the home of their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Luppen and family, at Garner. En route home they visited Bill Luppen's mother, Mrs. Will Luppen, in the hospital at Britt where she has been a patient for 10 weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Luppen were in a car accident which Mr. Luppen was killed and Mrs. Luppen allegedly suffered a fractured hip. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Brockway, Steve, Cindy and Robbie, Sunnyvale, Calif., Mr. and Mrs. Arlen G. Hanson and Aaron, Goldfield, and Mr. and Mrs. Ottie Axdahl, Eagle Grove, were supper guests Tuesday 'in 'the Jay Olson ., .... . Mr. and Mrs. Jay Olson entertained friends in their home Sunday afternoon in honor of their daughter, Jana, whose eighth birthday, was Jan. 14. Present were Mrs. Elinor Toresdahl and Kars, Eagle Grove, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Tarbill, Joan, Lloyd and Randy, Goldfield, Mr. and Mrs. Myron Westre, Gene and Virginia, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Wergeland and Chris, and David Mesicek. Mr. and Mrs. August Olson and Denice attended the wedding of Miss Shelly Gstohl and Milo Aljets,_bpth of Fort Dodge, which was held Saturday afternoon, Jan. 19, at the Holy Rosary Catholic Church at Fort Dodge. They also attended the reception which followed. The bride was a babysitter for the Olson's of Mrs. Elmer, Naeve with 10 members present. Mrs. Elmer Jensen led the lesson. It was announced that the circles will be serving the pastors circle dinner Feb. 19. Rachel Circle will also serve dinner at president's workshop, which will be held at First Lutheran, Feb. 22. Ten members attended the evening meeting of Lydia Circle with Darlene Jergens as hostess. Mrs. Isabel Benjamin was the lesson leader. Bona Fide Study Club met Tuesday afternoon in the home of Mrs. Bill Stamper. Lesson on the Far East and their customs was presented by Mrs. George Kirby, who also showed several authentic Japanese costumes. Federal flash was given by Mrs. Richard Stamper. Appointed to the nominating committee were Mrs. Bill Stamper and Mrs. Larry Lynch. It was decided that members of the club will be attending school board and town council meetings in keeping with their program of current community affairs. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Walter and Tom, Nevada, were recent visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Stamper. Mr. and Mrs, Larry Meyer and Penny were Saturday evening supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin McCullough, Humboldt. The supper was in honor of Mrs. McCullough, who was celebrating her birthday. Other guests were Mrs. Rex Oberhelman, Renee and Desiree, Fairmont, Minn., and Mrs. Bernice Besch, West Bend. Evening callers were Selma Ehrhardt and Dennis McCullough. daughter, Mrs. Don Sells, when the Sells family lived at Fort Dodge. Mrs. Arthur Skiye entertained a birthday coffee in her home Friday morning for Mrs. Donald Glazier whose birthday was that day, Jan. 18. Her guests were Mrs. Donald Glazier, Mrs. Herman Krause, Mrs. Raymond Schipull, Mrs. Donald Clowes, Mrs. LeRoy Witzel and Lori, Mrs. Gary Feuerbach and Scott, Mrs. Marie Zimmerman, Mrs. Gladys Pearson, Mrs. Earl Yanney and Mrs. Loren Schipull. Mrs. Bessie Michaelson, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Cathcart and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Michaelson went to Rake Friday where they attended the funeral of Mr. Mike Michaelson which was held at the Lutheran Church. The deceased lived' at Elmore, Minn. He was a brother of the late Charley Michaelson. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Humpal and family, Humfwldt, visited^ Sunday afternoon in. ..the David Anliker home and were lunch guests. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Zinnel and family, Dakota City, visited Sunday evening in the Anliker home. Zinnel is a brother of Mrs. Anliker. W. H. Pannell went to Alpha, Minn., Saturday evening and brought Mrs. Pannell home Sunday after she had spent a few days in the home of her brother, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Chambers. Chambers is in the hospital in Trimont and they visited him again Sunday. They also stopped in Estherville Sunday to visit Mrs. Pannell's sister, Mrs. Annie Henderson. Mr. and Mrs. Harold D. Hansen, Goldfield, were dinner guests Sunday in the home of her brother, Mr. and Mrs. Cledis Anderson. Joenks is spending a few days with his grandmother, Mrs. Oppadahl. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Trask spent a few days with Mr. and Mrs, Darrell Scheuermann at Bagley, and Mr. and Mrs, David Trask in Ames. Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Trask and Mr. and Mrs, Carl Kelling attended the 50th anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Guy at Lu Verne. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Erwin and Mrs. Mary McPeak were Sunday dinner guests in the Ray Wright home at Belmond. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Klasse called on Ernie Pergande in the Humboldt County Memorial Hospital Sunday. SOS Bridge Club met Thursday with Mrs. Lavonne Helmke for a 1:30 dessert luncheon. Guests were Mrs. Milford McPeak and Mrs. Jim Nelson. Prizes went to Mrs. Pete Sadler, Mrs. Laverne Henriksen, Mrs. Milford McPeak and Mrs. Jim Nelson. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Martin, Prairie City, were weekend guests in the T. N. Thompson home. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Werstein were Saturday supper guests in the Melvin Haugland home at Eagle Grove. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bloom and Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Anderson visited in the Wayne Lura and Dale Witts homes from Friday until Sunday. Mrs. Sanford Anderson stayed over for a longer visit. Mrs. Florence Block was a Sunday dinner guest in the Arnie Block home. parental home for Ghristmii, cetninf from Miami, fU Saturday night, Dec. 22, Mr. And Mf* Hankins entertained for their daughter at a smorgasbord dinner at kropf s Cafe. Those attending Wife Mr. aftd Mfi. Maurice Aashelm, Mr. add Mrs. Bob Croker and Rlc, Ron ttankins, Denny Nelson, Mr. and Mrs. Erling Olson, all ol Bode, Mr. and Mrs. Neal Olson, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Jacobson and Paul, Ottosen, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Christensen, Storm Lake, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Berge, Clinton, Marlyce Totnpkins, Provo, Utah, Mrs. Mary Hankins, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Hankins, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Worthington and Mrs. Bob Paulsen and Robbie, from Humboldt, Mrs. Clara Siefert, Mr. and Mrs. Amos, Anderson and Steve and Mrs. Margaret Siefert, Fort Dodge. Sunday, Dee. 23, Mr. and Mrs. Hankins, Becky and Ron drove to Arlington, Minn., to spend Christmas with their daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Kleist and Kelli and Cindy Hankins, who is employed at Corporate Meeting Associates in'Minneapolis. Mr. and Mrs. Hankins and Ron returned this week from a two-weeks trip to Miami, Fla. They took Miss Hankins back. She is employed as a bookkeeper at the New England Fish Co. in Miami. They stopped at Silver Springs and rode in glass bottom boats, spent two days at Disney World and went to the Orange Bowl Parade on New Year's Eve. On the homeward trip they stopped at the Lyle Aasheim home in Orlando. Mrs. Josie Hover- sten is vteaHofttof ttrart. fl# datrghtar (i MB, Lyfo Aasheim and tfcey spent tt» days visiting Maurice Aasheims who are vacation- tag in Florida. in tfi« home of tfraif diatfctof, the Nsthsn MeOoIfw, Pott Dodg*. " OttOSM St. Jet Mr. and Mrs. Louis Jaeobson and family and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Jacobson were Sunday dinner guests of the Ralph Jacobsons. The birthday of Brenda and_Bonnie Jacobson was celibfatedT^ " Mr. and Mrs. RicfiircT Kinseth attended Tuesday evening mail carriers in the Orville Wagner iftttti th« weekend in iowa City with his daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Farrell and Janelle Marie. Mrs. Wagner has spent the week in the £arreli_hpme helping with the care of the hew graW daughter, and is planning to return home with Mrs. Wagner. A couple of cards llvlng-it-up on credit. ^.jColor by Deluxe Under 16 admitted with pureiiI | Starts Sunday / HERE'S YOUR "SCS" SENIOR CITIZENS SPECIAL DINNER • 2 generous placet of goUen Kentucky Fried Chicken • Washed potatoes with the Colonel's own special gravy • Creamy cole slaw • Piping hot roll THAT'S A $1.45 VALUE, BUT WITH YOUR SPECIAL DISCOUNT CARD, YOU'LL PAY ONLY 95c .. A SAYINGS OF OVER 34%! ^^^ iniB ^^^ §•••• lanw OIB Colonel Sanders Senior Citizens Club Thii card entitles bearer to purchase up to two "SCS" Senior Citizen Special dinners. Limit 2 dinners par visit. Prices tubject to change without notice. This card It not transferable. This offer may be withdrawn at any time without notice and Is valid ONLY at Kentucky Fried Chicken in Humboldt, Iowa. \ 'Not valid unless signed) mmmmmmmimm\ Have a barrel of fun fried Hwy. 3 E I would advise you to open an account with Northwest federal This fortune lady knows her stuff. Our savings account and savings certificate rates are the highest permissible by law. Schedule of Savings Plans Passbook Savings 3-Month Savings Certificate 12-Month Savings Certificate 24-Month Savings Certificate 36-Month Savings Certificate ANNUAL RATE 5'A% 5%% 6'/4% 6V>% 6V«% MINIMUM DEPOSIT $ 1.00 $1,000.00 $1,000.00 $1,000.00 $1,000.00 EFFECTIVE ANNUAL RATE 5.39% 5.875% 6.398% 6.660% 6.920% Interest on Passbook Savings is compounded daily from date of deposit to date of withdrawal. On Certificates it is compounded quarterly. All Certificates are automatically renewable. Interest checks are mailed monthly if requested on Certificates of $10,000 or more. Safety of your savings is insured up to $20,000 by the Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation. A substantial interest penalty is required for early withdrawals- SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 61 1 FIRST AVENUE NORTH HUMBOLDT, IOWA 50548 Phone SIS 332-1140

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