The Humboldt Independent from Humboldt, Iowa on December 17, 1966 · Page 4
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The Humboldt Independent from Humboldt, Iowa · Page 4

Humboldt, Iowa
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Saturday, December 17, 1966
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til 1*4 *^PW »W'%^ Now tower coistrictloi started of tent Construction of Detroit, Mechioon, •*• shown as ffcoy ooyen *xe*vetroit fW the constrvction of ffce MW stow* «ow»r ooVition In NwneoWf Thursday after. Aeon, Decomlor 15. They woro workfna north e/onf N. fOth St. ;»tf north of Hifhwoy 3 ot the HMO, projwrfof fo ley the first of the JO facfc tlte to 0* MOO* In that area. Sfoy C'woo* 1 , heoe 1 of the Humkoldt Stre.t Department, Is shown In the foreorowna 1 with his back to the camera. Orh- or wen inve/rW wore Ralph Armstrong, soparinfenc/.nf; Cher/.* Niche/son, foreman; Cfaronc. Cavonovoh, shov.f operator; C/iff Leonora 1 ; ftosco Chipps, ana* C/i/f* Morris.. /nrfepenoonf Photo. • f» , A » ' "t * ^^>' *'.* e * ^ ««-,-' •'.**<•. -v Host NtlsoM ctltbrottd 85th birthday LIVERMORE-Mrs. Rose Nelson celebrated her 85th birthday December 8 at the Jamos Me- Breen home. Those who helped her celebrate were Mr. And Mrs. Clarence Nelson and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Nelson of Wesley. Mr. ami Mrs. Dick Dunphy and Mary Margaret, Miss Kate McKenna, Anna Peffer, Mrs. Ruth Necker, Mrs. Lela Heiter. Mrs, Haltie Miller, James and Margaret McBreen, Mrs. Shirley Wonderly, and Miss Florence Altman. Refreshments were served. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Stock of Ankenv visited over the weekend with Pastor and Mrs. Stock, Pastor and Mrs. Stock went to Osceolla Sunday night to visit Mr. and Mrs. David Stock. They also visited Mr. and Mrs. James Uden In Des Moines and • Mr. and Mrs. Donald Pevestorf at Perry, Iowa. The Presbyterian Ladles Aid met Wednesday with Helen Hosford. Mrs. Violet Frederick gave the lesson. Twelve women were present. Mr. and Mrs. John Zelmet and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rutz visited Mrs. Jack Zelmet and family at Boone Friday, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Olson are the parents of a baby boy, Charles Lee, weighing six pounds, eight ounces, born December 7 at Lutheran Hospital in Fort Dodge. He has a brother, Ricky, and a sister, Laurl. Grandparents are Mr; and Mrs. John Olson of Llvermore. Mrs. Henry Zelmet, Mrs. George Deer and Mrs. Orville Thill of Bancroft visited Mr. and Mrs. John Zelmet Friday even- Ing. Mrs. Henry Zelmet, Mrs. George Deer and Mrs. Orville Thill of Bancroft visited Mr. and Mrs. John Zelmst Friday even- Removed trees from cemetery Fifty •opvbr free* woro rowovW froM arwmJ the Zlon L»lfcoro»i Chwrch Coaotory in Boavor Township Tvosrfoy •omliif, Docomfcor 13, by 21 «on of A. church of which Larry fMort la fosror. Tho 20 yoer oW troes, which woro to •*/• oirt, woro ••woo' to fho orotwo 1 and' fhon In Woyao JCiMorf's ftoM across fnm the canotory. Tfca vo/witoor woHbnoM woro Looncro* Lohnan, chair- man of the Cemetery Committee; Wayne Lehman, Wayne Kun- ort, Do/o Kunorf, Coorao Kwnert, Paul W.iss, Emosf W./is, Edgar Woiss, H.rfc Moonch, Vornon Schu/so, Cov. Co/.man, Wo/for Kirchhof, Leonora 1 Kirchhoff, Marvin Kuohnast, Hugo Kvehnast, Loo Kwohnast, Don Kuohnasf, Dory/ Kuohnasf, Ar/on Bons, Art FrieaVich, and C/aronc. Kram.r. -Indt- •oaWo»t Photo. Eirolled ii t ___ torn progran at Iowa State omhrtnory Peterino of Cedar FaH*.- Mr. aad Mrs. Walter Rawdon and Ken- neft of New Hartford, Iowa; Mr. and Mrs. Harold Jorgeneen aad farnOy of Newell, Mr. and Mrs. Elvood Hansen of Forf Dodge and Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Shelgren aad family from near Polfe. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Shelgren were caO- ers In the afternoon. rpeMtar ofBode, aad i Graff of Lifer nore are be US sbjdeatf enrolled later Quarter FanaOp- Program at towa State diversity. Ames, acconUai to DoaaU Afercas, advisor to tat procram t« deafened tor termer* **o haw started upeet toatart tormtof ^ead o»lr the wtotcr to coUen. Cndfto wiB tan oa a two- A« A Of ft If oaned GILMORE crTY-A dtooer wn senred at the Baptist Church to GOmore Ctty Sntay, December 11, noaortaf Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hantea on their cUrer wtd- dia( annlreraary. Followinj tbe dinner, Mrred by the women of the ctarcn, a proffram was Ktrea with BUI Durbtn u mailer of ceremonies. TITO musical numbers, a nto by Carroll JCBMB aad a itett by Ber. aad Mrc. Baenaiaf wlft Mrs. RosseQ Boore assisdai at the ptaaou were ftrea. Poems were read by Mrs. CarroQ Jensen and Mrs. Harold WiBace. Mrs. Gieam Moore presented the flows that rssjrfretf leeamical toe- occasiom. OB me table, ftren oe behalf of ft* nembers aad atoo prisiatert a cake aad a lift of moaer oa behalf of the members aad frieads of ma ctatrehto Mr. aad Mrs. Haaaw. Mr. aad Mrs. ITaaiin resposdod with words of appreclatka tu ail thatwwdoas to make the day soeb s haapy occasloi. Oat of ton reav tin* attsadtai were Mrs. Otto THIS CHRISTMAS GIVE THE LADIES LUGGAGE THAT TRAVELS SMARTLY SAMSONITE SILHOUETT HANDI-TOTE LEADS ALL OTHERS IN BEAUTY AND FUNCTIONAL DESIGN, THE SOFT TEXTURED COVERING MATERIAL RESISTS SCUFFS AND STAINS, YET HOLDS IT SHAPE AND WWES CLEAN WITH A DAMP CLOTH .,. A REAW.Y HIGH FASHION BAG FOR ANY TRIP, ^ v ^ ZJPPERED INSIDE AND OUTSIDE POCKET, OFBN 8IDK POCK1T FOR CARRYING FREQUENTLY NEEDED ITEMS, $0195 2 Treasurer. Debbie Chrtstensetij Reporter, Vicky HaHtfM; Photo* trapher, Sandy Ripperger! Musto Chairman, Carolyn Miller: Pianist, Maureen Emery; and Rw- reatlon, Eva Larson and Candy Smith. Talks were given by Bonnie Christensen, Joan Behrendsen, and Barbara Miller. Debbie Christensen and Sandy Rlpperger led recreation. Gilmore City legion held meeting Dec. 6 GILMORE CITY-The GH nore City Legion held their monthly meeting Tuesday evening, December 6, at the Legion Hall with Commander Robert Burn In charge of the meeting. Santa Glaus will be visiting Gilmore City at 1:30 p.m., Saturday, December 17. This event will be sponsored by the Gi'more City Legion with the Commercial Club asslsi'ng. Bring your children to the Legion Hall tor a visit with Santa Claun Saturday, the 17th, Plaiw are also belnf made tor a New Year'* dance to bt held at the Lef Ion Hall, Circle Four of St. JotuVi Rosary Sodality met December I at the home of Mrt. Harold Dodd for a noon pot-luck dinner. Mrs. Raymond Behrendsen assisted Mrs. Dodd as hostess, The 15 members present played travel- ing btnto after the luncheon and also had ah auction sale of handiwork and food, Circle Two of St, John's Rosary Sodality met at the part* center Tuesday, December 6, for a pot-luck supper. Hostesses were Mrs. Merle Harrison and Mrs. Robert Cavamvigh. Fourteen members attended the supper and spent an evening of playing bingo and bridge. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Crossley visited Mrs. Maggie Schrleber Thursday night. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Werstein were Sunday supper guests at the Dale Sutton borne in Mason City. The Lake Lassies elected officers at Nov. meeting GILMORE CrrY-The Lake Lassies met November 12 at the home of Joan Behrendsen. Roll call was answered by nine members. Two leaders and visitors were present. Election of the 1967 officers was held as follows: President, Sue Dunn; Vice President, Joan Behrendsen; Secretary, Barbara Miller; FREE DURING THE MONTH OF DECEMBER INSTAMATIC CAMERA WITH FILM AND FLASH BULB WITH THE PURCHASE OF ANY HOMELITE CHAIN SAW LAING AUTO SUPPLY HIWAY 169 SOUTH PHONE 332-2261 YOU SAY THAT ON YOUR WAY TO WORK YOUR OLD CAR BROKE DOWN AND YOU WERE TWO HOURS LATE TO WORK AND IF THEY DONT STOP PLAYING ALL THOSE CHRISTMAS CAROLS HOUR AFTER HOUR YOU WILL END UP IN THE LOONY BIN AT THE FUNNY FARM AND THEN YOU TORE A HOLE IN YOUR BRAND NEW SUIT AND YOU SENT IT TO THE TAILORS AND THEY LOST IT AND NOW THEY SAY THEY NEVIER EVEN HAD IT IN THE FIRST PLACE AND BY THE TIME YOU GET THE CHRISTMAS BILLS PAID YOU WILL HAVE TO WEAR A BARRELL ANYWAY BECAUSE YOU CANT AFFORD ANOTHER SUIT AND YOU GOT HOME AND YOUR WIFE WASNT THERE AND YOU WONDERED IF SHE HAD RUN OFF WITH THE TAILOR AND YOUR BRAND NEW SUIT AND YOU SAT AND WORRIED ABOUT IT AFRAID SHE MIGHT COME BACK AND THEN THE SWEET THING CALLED YOU AND SAID SHE WAS SHOPPING AT CODYS AND HAD DECIDED TO TRADE THERE ALTOGETHER BECAUSE SHE SAVED SO MUCH AND YOU SAY THAT YOU ARE GOING OUT AND BUY A NEW SUIT AND A NEW CAR AND A o DDV5 01' House Of McHiy Values </TION ALWAYS THAOC AT COOY'J

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