The Humboldt Independent from Humboldt, Iowa on March 23, 1974 · Page 9
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The Humboldt Independent from Humboldt, Iowa · Page 9

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Young adults to . : '• i . . resume meetings Mujr CoUni S«t seminars about health, aged,death Sister Kenny Institute, Minneapolis, in cooperation with Iowa Central Community College, (ICCC), Port Dodge, •cordially invites residents to participate in a series of free community workshops to be offered at various area locations. Financial support Kenny receives from the area enables the Institute to provide the. courses as a free public service. One will be held 9:30 a.m., March 27, at Humboldt Trust. Mary Collins, R.N., rehabilitation nurse-educator with Sister Kenny, will present the seminars, with Andrew Ron- drath, Coordinator of Continuing Health Occupations Education at Fort Dodge's ICCC, in charge of local arrangements. Residents are . invited to any of the following programs: March 25 9:30 • 11:30 a.m. "Death and Dying," Starlite Motel, Fort Dodge*; 1 • 4 p.m. "The Aged in Your Family," ' Trinity West Regional Hospital, Fort Dodge; March 26 1:30 - 3:30 p.m. "Stroke in Your Family," Clarion State Bank, Clarion; 7 - 9 p.m. "Stroke in Your Family; 11 Iowa Central Community College, Webster City; March ,27 9:30 - 11:30 a.m. "Death and D^ing," Humbbldt Trust, Humboldt; 1:30 - 3:30 p.m. "Stroke in Your Family," Pocahontas Community Hospital, Pocahontas; March 28 9:30 - 11:30 a.m. "Death and Dying," Loring Hospital, Sac City; and 1:30 - 3:30 p.m. "Death and Dying," Stewart Memorial Hospital, Lake City. READ THE WANT ADS RENWlCK-Young adults with no fere-school and grade school aged children of Larger Parish of Corwith and Reftwtck Baptist Churches are resuming their meetings Wednesday evening at 7:30 p.m. They would like to remind people in the Hardy- Renwick area to dial 824-3230 for dally devotions through Lenten services. Thursday afternoon Mrs. Cora Prilipp and Mrs. Matilda White visited with Mrs. Marion Hoveland who injured her knee in a fall In Vernon school several days ago. Mrs. Ron Eekhoff, Theresa and Paula were Friday, Saturday and Sunday guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Auld in Minneapolis, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Sunbeen, Milaca, Minn., left Wednesday to return to their home after visiting several days in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Fitch. Mrs. Sarah Rice visited in the home of Mrs. Mamie Saddorls, Dakota City, Mon- day morning. Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs, Olaf Kleveland were Mr. and Mrs. Richard Oronbach and boys, Lu Verne. Mrs. Oenelle Sobek and Linda were Sunday visitors in the home of Mr, and Mrs. G. C. Hanson at Clarion. Weekend guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lane were Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Lane, Ellsworth. Mr, and, Mrs, John Hefty visited in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Al Fisher Monday evening. Mrs, Fisher had just returned from Trinity Regional Hospital. West, Fort Dodge, where she had been a surgical patient. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Nelson attended funeral services for a cousin, Harry Parker, at Oreeley, Colo., Thursday, March 7. They also Visited several days with relatives while there.: Sunday evening Mr. and Mrs. John Kiley visited with Mr. and Mrs. DeWayne Kiley, Dakota City. Sam Wersteins host Minnesota visitors RENWICK - Eugene Haugland and Marlyn, Sherburn, Minn,, were guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Werstein. They were all dinner guests in the Star Restaurant at Humboldt. Sunday afternoon visitors in the Werstein home were Mr, and Mrs. Melvin Haugland, Eagle Grove, Mrs. Newt Byrant and Ellen and Mrs. Roger Gabel and Michelle, all from Mason City, Mrs. Ralph Johnston and Mrs. Ralph Johnston Jr., Fort Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. Hiriam Thompson, Humboldt, were supper guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Werstein Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Dirksen and family, Waverly, were weekend guests in the home of Virgil Erwin. They visited Sunday afternoon with Mrs.- Virgil Erwin, a patient in Bclmond hospital since Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Virgil Erwin was taken from Belmond hospital Monday to Bclmond Nursing Home. Mrs. Mary McPeak was a Sunday dinner guest in the Virgil Erwin home. Mr. and Mrs. Milford McPeak" and family were Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mrs. Gusta Patterson, Lu Verne. Mrs. Stanley Schipull and Larry and Eduardo Almeida from Brazil attended an International Tea in *>First Trinity Lutheran Chruch at Mason City Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. John Walthers and family took Mra. Rumona Wardrlp to her home at Nevada Sunday afternoon. She had spent a week In the Wnlthers home. Saturday overnight and Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Marion Hoveland were Mr. and Mrs. Richard Elliott and family and Roshawna Grove, Webster City'.' Sunday afternoon visitor was Mrs. Rosemond Hefty, Hardy. Sunday evening supper guests in the Hoveland, home, were, Mr. and Mr,s. Albert Biro 1 and Gordon, Garner. Monday Mr. and Mrs. Russell Hoveland, Gilmore City, visited in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Marion Hoveland. In the afternoon Russell and Marion Hoveland attended funeral services for' their uncle, Thomas Anderson, in Eylers Funeral Home Beef is a bargain Support our beef producers U.S.D.A. Choice 7 Bone Beef Roast Roasting Chickens 3-4 Lb. Avg. — 49c at Clarion. Mr. and Mfs. Ole visited in the home of Mf. and Mrs. Jerry Tjelle, Cyilfideiv Monday. Rfisti afld Eric returned h%me with Iheif grandparents for a few days • visit, . Friday evening Mrs. Ifwin Friday and Mrs. Bill Hlppeft were guests at a shower for Cindy Raney in United Methodist Church at Livermore. Sunday dlnnef guests in the home of Mrs. Barbara KelHng were Miss Lena Geigel, Mrs. Katherlne Markmann and Mrs. .Lora Peer. Tuesday dinner guests In the home of Mrs, Barbara Kelling were Mrs. Naomi Flemmlg, Humboldt, Mrs. Mary McPeak, Mrs. Grace McCurry and Mrs. Anna Baumgartner. Sunday evening Mr. and Mrs. John Hefty visited in'the home of JoJin C. Hefty, Lu Verne. Hardy UMW to meet \ March 27 HARDY-Hardy United Methodist Women will meet Wednesday afternoon, March 27, in the home of Mrs, Leland Swan. Lesson is in charge of Mrs. Myron Clancy and silent auction will be furnished by Mrs. Marshall Clancy, Mrs. LuVerne Claude and Mrs. Larry Alvey. General meeting of Trinity ALCW will be held Tuesday afternoon, March 26, in Trinity Lutheran Church. Hostesses are Mrs. Arthur Nelson, Mrs. Amos Hill and Mrs: Bessie Michaelson. Pro- " gram chairman is Mrs. Lewis Johnson. Mr. -and Mrs. Miller Wergeland returned home Wednesday after spending almost five months at LaFerla, Tex. Mr. and Mrs. Myron Clancy went to Willimasburg Thursday where they visited in the home of her brother, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Wigans and family, and returned home Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Cledis Anderson visited Friday afternoon in the home of her uncle and aunt,,Mr,, and Mrs. Herirf Groti, Liv>ermore?Mrs: < Groh returned home Thursday from Trinity Regional Hospital West, Fort Dodge. She fractured her left arm in a farm accident. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Chatman, Jim, Benji and Jennifer, Osage, visited Saturday in the parental Henry C. Hefty home. Mr. and Mrs. "Kenneth Potter, Brian and Mnrk t Des Moines, visited Saturday in the home of his mother and brother* Mrs. Anna Potter and Carroll M>, ftWfl Mrs. fiugerie' Mefty; DMglas and Slierry, Lu Verfte", visited Saturday evening 1ft the parental Clarence Meyers home. Mr. and Mrs, Eldon Walter of the Hardy-Renwick area and Mr, and Mrs. Lloyd Stevenson, Goldfield, were dinner guests Sunday in the Marvin Anderson home at Renwick. John Hefty, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. C, Hefty, Lu Verne, and grandson of Mr, and Mrs. Henry C. Hefty, Hardy, entered University Hospital In Iowa City Thursday for tests and observation. A family birthday party was held In the home of Mr. and Mrs. Mlkkol Pedersen at Humboldt Friday evening in honor of the 10th birthday of their granddaughter, Lauri Wigans. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Gnil Wigans and family of the Hardy-Renwick area, Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Bruvik, Krlsti and Greg, Mr. and Mrs. James Anderson, Lynn and Ryan, and Mr. and Mrs. Michael Gregersen and Teresa, Humboldt. Mrs'. Myron May attended a meeting to plan a class reunion in the home of Mrs. Connie Van Ort at Garner Friday afternoon. Mrs. Gudrun Andersen, Mrs. Eva Johnson and Miss Joyce Baggs spent Thursday evening in the home of Mrs. Annie Amerson. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Rasmussen visited in the Miller Wergeland home Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs, Charles Behr and family, Algona, were callers in the parental J. V. Seger home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. August Olson visited Sunday afternoon in the home of their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Don Sells and family, Badger. Mrs; Cledis Anderson entertained at a Home Interior and Gifts Party in her home Tuesday with 14 guests present. Demonstrator was Mrs. Rick Palmer, Renwick. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Nelson attended the funeral of Mrs. Stella Atwood which was held in United Methodist Church at Eagle Grove Tuesday afternoon.The deceased was an aunt of Mrs. Nelson. .'' n Mrs. Dean Banwart>. and family were Sunday visitors in the Laurel Worster home as were Mr. and Mrs. Nathan McGuire and family, Fort Dodge, Mary McGuire, St. Louis, Mo., and Francis Helland, FentonT what's new? Babies are born every day. And newspapers report it -Jin full. They also report on.who's getting married, local sports, the price of a pot roast, and more. In your community this is news. And newspapers print the news, with strong, emphasis on local news. Local newspapers deliver, where other news sources leave off. People believe strongly in newspapers for several reasons: newspaper reading is a habit with most people; it's part of the habitual routine of daily life; and people regard their newspaper as a friend they can't dawithout. Over eight out of ten adults read a newspaper every day. For that reason no other news medium can match local newspapers for speedy, thorough saturation of your town. For all the news about your community, read your . local newspaper. Newspapers deliver the local story. IOWA PRESS ASSOCIATION AN AFFILIATION OF 385 IOWA WEEKLY AND DAILY NEWSPAPERS REPUBLICAN Place [Employee! Owned Pork is a bargain Support our pork producers Hams (Shank Portion) Full of Flavor Lb. U.S.D.A. Choice T-Bone $159 Steak • - Make Us Your Steak Headquarters Ravioli Chef-Bo-y-Ar-Dee Beef Ice Crystal Clear 10 Lb. Bag 49* Crackers Nabisco Saltine 1 Lb. 44* SaUCG Kraft Bar-B-Que Hy-Vee Potato Chips 49* Hy-Ve® Tuna 'Wee In a Hot_Dish or a Sandwich 300 Extra Regal Stamps Shortening .^•MSSHBI ^^ Bake-Rite 3 Lb. 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