The Humboldt Independent from Humboldt, Iowa on March 9, 1974 · Page 2
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The Humboldt Independent from Humboldt, Iowa · Page 2

Humboldt, Iowa
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Saturday, March 9, 1974
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ffBS ttutnboldi tndepeftdeftt, Sfttuf day, Mftfth ft, Rose George and John J. Doggy speak vows : Loretta Rose George and John J. Daggy spoke their • wedding vows Feb. 23 in St. Mary's Catholic Church. Parents of the couple are • Mr. and Mrs. Junior George, Dakota City, and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Daggy, Humboldt. • Msgr. J. E. Tolan per• formed the double ring ceremony at 2 p.m. before bouquets of mums and Hawaiian orchids. Joe George, brother of the bride, was candlelighter. The bride, presented in marriage by her father and mother, 'wore a princess • Styled gown of Italian peau with a chiffon yoke edged •with appliqued roses. The full skirt was also appliqued with roses and a pleated chiffon ruffle edged the high collar and cuffs of the'full sleeves. Venice lace edged the Jong veil attached to a lace and pearl trimmed bonnet. She carried a natural cascade of pink roses, Hawaiian orchids, miniature carnations, accented by stephanotis and English Ivy. Miss Peggy George, sister of the bride, was maid of honor. She wore a gown of navy velveteen with a purple • and blue floral skirt. Vickie Daggy, Madelyn Riles and Theresa George were bridesmaids and wore gowns similar to that of the maid of honor. The bride's personal attendant was Renee Dyvig, a friend. Carol Swearingen pinned corsages. The bride's mother chose a gown of aqua knit and the bridegroom's mother wore a gown of black and white. Their corsages were of pink and white roses. Dana Daggy, Humboldt, was best man. Ushers were Roger Himrod, Iowa City, and Terry Daggy, Austin, Minn. Special music included the numbers "More", "The Lord's Prayer" and the nuptial blessing, by soloist Deb Nielsen, accompanied by organist Mrs. Ruth Cram. Following the ceremony, a reception was held in Humboldt Trust Community Room hosted by Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Larson. Colleen Greene and Lorraine Conlon cut and served the wedding cake, and Helen Parker and Velma Conlon poured. Michelle Nielsen was at the guest book and Sue Olson and Joan Anderson poured punch. Opening gifts were Barb Beebe, Jane Sandvig and Ann Fish. Hold Gilmore City rites for F. Fisher Services for Fred Fisher, 76, Gilmore City, will be at 10:30 Saturday in United Methodist Church, with burial in Marble Valley Cemetery. Schellhammer Funeral Home, Gilmore City, is in charge of arrangements. Mr. Fisher died at Humboldt County Memorial Hospital Wednesday afternoon. Surviving are daughters: Mrs. Allan Smith, Gilmore City; Mrs. Betty Vonderhaar, Humboldt; Mrs. Joseph Rogers, Woody, Calif.; Mrs. Pauline Miller, Vincent; a son, Frank Fisher, Salem. Ore.; 28 grandchildren; 18 great- grandchildren; four sisters: Mrs. Gusta Vartosh and Mrs. Goldie Thorton, both of Carroll; and Mrs. Iva Tierney, Fort Dodge; and Mrs. Harvey Hutchinson, Gilmore City. Mr. Fisher was born at Gilmore City and educated there. He operated a grocery store there for many years and married Edna Grey there. She died in 1966. He retired in 1973. He was a member of Senior Citizens, had served on the Gilmore City School Board and on the Library Board for several years. He was also on the town council for many years. C, Palmers attend ritei Mf. And ifoi. Curtis Palme* attended totter- al services for M>s, CHnlofi Smith in Messiah Lutheran Church, Maftkttb, MlflnV, Friday afternoon at 2 p.m. they were supper guests in the home of her parents, Mr, and Mrs. Marvin Sailor, fcastori, Minn, Mr. and Mrs. Dean Neuberger and David, Monticello, are spending a week visiting in the homes of Mrs. Oenelle Sobek and Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Neuberger. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Kraft returned from a 16-day vacation at Las Vegas, San Diego and Santa Ana, Calif., and Seattle, Wash. Wednesday afternoon visitors and lunch guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Larson were Mrs. Dora Schipull, Lu Verne, and Bennie Bromleewe, Clarion. Sunday Mrs. Mamie Saddoris, Dakota City, accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Friday and Mr. nnd Mrs. Bill Hippen, Stacy and Kerry, to Jefferson and they were supper guests in the home of Dr. and Mrs. Kenneth Friday. They also celebrated the birthday of Mrs. Saddoris. Mrs. Florence Block attended confirmation services in St. John's Lutheran Church Sunday morning and was a guest in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roger Burras. Rene Burras was a member of the confirmation class. Guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Macha Saturday evening were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Haskens. Mrs. Haskens is the former Marilyn Schmits. Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Dan Rundle and Tami were guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Wallukait, Dakota City. Mrs. Don Will and Janine and Mrs. Robert Butcher and Jason were weekend guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Huschka, Cedar Rapids. John Huschka, who had been a medical patient in the hospital, had just returned home. * Contract (Continued from Page 1) _daily rates from $42 to $44.50 ( per day. This way we will be tJ using no tax money to operate this coming year'and will not risk financial trouble," Shouse stated. He continued by saying that there could be a few adjustments in supply costs, etc. due to the economy's fluctuation. By choosing the $2.50 raise in daily rates during the present fiscal year, the trustees can again raise the rates under Phase IV by 4 per cent, as indicated, and still be within Phase IV price regulations. "It's just good business," Shouse added. According to Shouse the new Director of Nurses, Mrs. Dena Benson, Fort Dodge, will be assuming her position with Humboldt County Memorial Hospital approximat- tely March IS. She is presently working with three doctors of Fort Dodge and has served as Director of Nurses, Mercy Hospital. After much deliberation, the trustee voted to give Shouse the disgretion to use the Magistrate's court and its facilities in collecting payments for the hospital. "Collections are very important to the hospital," Shouse said. "We don't really want to go about it this way, but it might be necessary." Janet Enger Hold graveside rites earns hono !: for Ober Infant son Graveside rites were held Monday afternoon in Indian Mound pemetery near Dakota City, for the infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Ober, Humboldt. The baby was born prematurely at Humboldt County Memorial Hospital Saturday. Lindhart Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. Surviving are the parents; grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Hewitt, Dakota City; Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Ober, Bradgate; great-grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Munson, Humboldt; Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Ober, Stratford, and Mr. and Mrs. R. H. VanSickle, Humboldt. Set Florida rites for Robert J. Terwilliger Word has been received here of the sudden death of Robert J. Terwilliger of Lake Worth, Fla. He was the son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Terwilliger, Humboldt, and died March 7, at a Lake Worth hospital of an apparent heart attack. He was born Aug. 13, 1924, in Humboldt County and lived here until 11 years ago when BODE — Janet Enger, daughter of the LeRoy Engers, earned a straight-A average at Iowa Lakes Community College, Emmetsburg, for the first quarter and semester. he moved with his family to Florida. He is survived by the widow, the former Gloria Johnsen; three daughters: Mrs. Mario Motioli and Mrs. Daniel Wyatt, b.oth of Lake Worth, and Susan, at home; two granddaughters; his parents; one brother, Roger G. Terwilliger; four sisters: Dorothea Cunningham, Mrs. Roger Pandil and Mrs. Gerald Schulze. all of Humboldt, and Mrs. Merle Monson of Gilmore City. Services will be Sunday evening in Lake Worth with private graveside rites for the family Monday morning. Plan June wedding Mr, and Mrs. Thomas F. McNeilly, Houston, Tex., announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Kathleen Marie, Algona, to Dennis D. Blumer* son oi Mr. and Mrs. Detain E. Blunter, Lu Verne. Miss McNeilly is employed by Directory Service Company. Algona. Bliuner is employed with Seven-Up Distributing Company, Algona. A June 8 wedding is planned at St. Cecelia's Catholic Church, Algona. Local club celebrates 50th year with dinner Friendly Birthday Club of Humboldt observed its 50th anniversary Tuesday, March 5, when members gathered at Hillcrest Restaurant for a noon dinner. One past member, Kate Marcellus, also joined the group. The oldest member of the club, Pearl Ewoldt, was unable to be present. Marjorie Cronk's birthday was observed. Esther Lehman made place cards for the dinner and Irene Clark prepared a paper covering the first five years the club kept records. As she read the highlights of these times she explained various things about who the mem-... ><bers were, what the club did,-- Much work such as sewing was done for the Red Cross and a Council Bluffs orphanage during these years, while World War II was in progress. Many of the members had sons in the service at the time. It was noted that the club had made many kit bags and packed them. During the packing they put names and addresses of some of the members inside and also put the name of the club on some, saying they were made by this club for the Red Cross. Later several members received letters from boys in various places in the world whom the bags had been distributed. One boy wrote his mother and said he mentioned to a buddy that the writing looked like this mother's and when he dug into it to see what was packed inside, he found his mother's name and address. The club had been meeting for 14 years with no officers and no business sessions. At the Christmas party in December, 1940, it was decided to organize. This party was held at the home of a member, Mrs. Lena Parsons. She was the mother of the late Sydney Parsons of Humboldt. The first officers elected were: president, Mrs. Cora Terwilliger; vice president, Mrs. Lillian Sundeen; treasurer, Mrs. Banie Kendall; and secretary, Mrs. Irene Clark. The club started out as a social club, going to members' homes all day with potluck dinners, taking the children, celebrating birthdays, doing fancy work, quilting, etc. During the years the 25 to 30 members were very close friends who helped and enjoyed each other. During the war years they worked together for the Red Cross,, etc. In peace time they made contributions to charities and the children's swimming pool in Taft Park at Klnsethi holt club Feb. 24 Ott08fiN«*Mr. and Mw, Richard Kinseth were hosts to a Sunday evening 600 card party, Guests were Mr, and Mrs. LeKdy Worby, fij&d/, Mr. and Mrs, Conrad Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Allan Wehrapann, Mr", and Mrs. Howard Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. Dean Telford, Mr. and Mrs. James Jacobson, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Jacobson and Mr, and Mrs. Louis Jacobson. Prizes were won by Louis Jacobson, Mrs. Conrad Johnson, Mrs. Louis Jacobson, LeRoy Worby and Mrs. Howard Thompson. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Flaherty, Pocahontas, Were Thursday Supper guests of their daughter and family, the Richard Bakkens. Mrs. Howard Hellickson and Mrs. Hana Hellickson, Hardy, accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Glen Hellickson, Plover, to ( South Bend, Ind., for funeral services for Walter E. Johnson, a brother-in-law.. Interment was in Chicago, 111., Thursday. Mrs. Hellickson returned home Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Helleseth were Sunday visitors in the Ted Henrix home, Dakota City, where the birthday of Mrs. Henrix was observed. The Victor Banwart family and Dave Bruellman were callers in the Ivan Schneider home, West Bend, last week. that time. Many older members have died and others have joined. Membership is now low. Others would be welcome to join if they wish. Jean Lehman read a poem about friendship. Beulah Miller will have a poem and furnish entertainment for the next meeting. 'InthehoflrtrofMrt.; Mfellrfwaiilie^ephew, anu Mrs. Belt.. Bonny MM firdalit Announce engagement Miss Bonny Mae Erdahl, Fort Dodge, formerly of Garner, daughter of the late Mr, and Mrs. Harold Erdahl is engaged to W. John Legler, son of Mrs. Lucille Legler and the late Ray Legler of LuVerne. The wedding is planned for June 15 in Corpus Christi Catholic Church, Fort Dodge. The bride-elect is a graduate of Iowa Central Community College and is employed by AVCO Ne,w Idea Farm Equipment, Fort Dodge. Her fiance is presently attending Northwest Missouri State University, Maryville, and is a member of Tau Kappa Epsilon fraternity. Club to hold dance March 10 RENWICK-Ruffles and Spurs Square Dance Club are planning their annual pie and ice cream dance in the Vernon gym Sunday evening at 8 p.m., March 10. Woody Tighe will be calling. Sunday afternoon visitors HirthbdiBt Biiris Center Sottlft, Mff aftd Mrs* HeWftafi NlMen, Rutlflfld, viUfetf lit the hfttfte df MM, M«rie Ni**en Friday fvertln?. Sunday afterflettfl visitors {A the home of Mr. and Mrs. Martetf Meveiand were Mr. and Mrs; TjeMfi Nerera, Corwftfh >' Mr. and Mrs, Harold Pitch visited 1ft the home of Mr. and Mrs, Chester Pitch, Rockwell, Sunday, evening. Thursday eveing Mr. and Mrs. John Hefty visited In the home of Mr, and Mrs. Dennis Hefty, Eagle Grove. Ralph Johnston, Fort Dodge, visited in the home of Mr, and Mrs. Ralph Johnston, Saturday afternoon. 59tli otinlvertanr •Of Win* LonitHtQs Mr. and Mrs. William Lanning of Bradgate will Observe their 89th Wedding anniversary on Monday, March 11. Prior to her marriage, Mrs. Lanning was Mildred Cran. They have been lifetime residents of Humboldt County. Mr. and Mrs. Lanning have five sons — Stanley of Spencer, Gordon of Bradgate, Richard of Rutland, Russell of Rolfe, Perry of Dakota City and Eugene of Gilmore City. The Lannings are members of the Bradgate United Methodist Church. a.tft.-BafB p.m;-Lifld« Bfthf ;- . Grace Stole ii dtiitftuut ft* the ffldhth <rf Mattfe*** cancellations Mil 332-1QS4, '*- NUk N»tk*i 6l du* proem el low by il*4 him an notlc* »t m which afftet hlift at IkU Hospital Auxiliary Pink Ladies Monday, March 11 a.m.-Alma Crist p.m.-Agnes Casserly NOTICE OF ttMMLttf *:• DEMOCRATIC PA*tViCAUCt)iil Humboldt County :D«m«<;r«tls <*^ cuscs will be held it 8>,m. oft Wfbhd»>, M«fch , 11. DtMMJtti* will *lt*t delegate* to the D*iH«cMtl« C«a«y Convention And prednct «MtoitU« per«on» who will ierv* on tfc* Coilatj Central Committee. •; '.\y_ : ' Democrat* will hold a Natlo*»l Conference on Democratic PiTtjr .Organization and policy In D«e«m!>*f. Delegates to the Conference "Ulbe elected through the Convention process. All residents of * precinct who consider themselves to be Democrat* and who will be over 18 by November 4, 1974, may come and participate In the precinct caucuses. The location of '.the Democratic caucuses are as follows: Avery: Gordon Lanning, Bradgate. Beaver: Gordon Klrchoff, RR t, Humboldt. Dakota City: Kurt Paper, Dakota City. Delana: Merle . Ludwlg, RR 1, Rutland. Gilmore City: Eldon Warren. Humboldt: Robert Wonderly, Livermore. Lake: Cletua Anderson, Renwlck. Norway: Thor Town Hall. Sprlngvale I: Ms. Susan Erdman, lOOZ'/i Terrace Drive. Sprlngvale II: Fred Hall, 605 lit Ave No. Rutland: Paul Skow, RR 1, Rutland. •Vernon: Edwin Heftl, RR, Renwlck. Lu Verne: John Cox. Weaver: John Mersch, RR 2, Gilmore City. Wacousta: Fred Kampen, RR, Otlosen. Corwith: Russell Johnson. Rosemary Carman, Chairperson 1-36-1 Getting Aronnd! Abelskiver Breakfast Wednesday, March 13, Serving from 8:30 a.m. 1 p.m. Free Will Donation LEGION BUILDING Gilmore City At First National Bank we offer you the finest banking services possible, Our services are adaptable... We have a checking account, a savings plan and loan programs that fit your individual needs. And that's important. Because we believein you and the things you want to do ... 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