The Humboldt Independent from Humboldt, Iowa on December 17, 1966 · Page 7
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The Humboldt Independent from Humboldt, Iowa · Page 7

Humboldt, Iowa
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Saturday, December 17, 1966
Page 7
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Holman-Longanecker wed at Sioux City, Nebraska Miss Lila A. Holman of Humboldt. daughter of the late M, H. Martin and Mrs. Emma J. Martin of Sioux City, Iowa, was united In marriage with Franklin C. Longanecker III. son of the late Admiral and Mts. Franklin C. Longanecker II, Saturday, November 26, 1966, at the First Methodist Church In South Sioux City, Neb. • The Rev. Herman Helse officiated at the double ring ceremony. The bride, given In marriage Free movie was presented at Thor Saturday THOR-A free movie, "Apache Ambush," was shown at Community Hall at 2-.1S p.m., Saturday, December 17, for all children of the community. Al Thorson sponsored the movie and the Thor Commercial Club furnished treats following the movie for all those that attended. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle otowe and Mr. and Mrs. Julius Jacobson were guests at a surprise birthday party for Marvin Nelson at his home Wednesday evening. Mrs. Marlon Blake was honored at a surprise blrthdayparty Friday afternoon. Mrs. Victor Lottie, Mrs. Dan Lothe and Mrs, Carl Burkhart were the hostesses. Others present were Mrs. John Moklebust of Humtoldt, Mrs. Karollne Anderson, Mrs. Lettle Halstenrud, Mrs. Bertha DeWlnter, Mrs. John Wlckre, Mrs. Leonard Anderson, Mrs. Qmcr Anderson, Mrs. Larry Beck, Mrs. Clarence Anderson, Mrs. John Morgan and Mrs. Jot Ophetm. Mrs. Blake was presented birthday gifts and a social afternoon was spent. Mrs. Lloyd Abrams entertained her birthday club at a party Saturday afternoon In observance of her birthday. Those attending the social afternoon were Mrs. Omer Anderson, Mrs. Lewis WergeUnd Sr., Mrs. Rose Kirchhof, Mrs. Murtln Keen, Mrs. Carl Johnson, Mrs. Larry Beck and children, Mrs. Mace Hanna, Mrs.TeanaLenning.Mrs. Malvln Moklebust, Mrs. Martin Anderson, Mrs. Andrew Onner- em, Mrs. Pearl Knox, Mrs. Henry Swartundruber, Mrs. Ed Askel> and, Mrs. Lyle Stow*, and Mrs, Kenneth Pullen. A Christmas contest was conducted by Mrs. Kenneth Pullen with Mrs. Larry Beck winning the prize. Mrs. Ed Askeland won the door prise, Mrs. Abrams opened her gifts and cards with Gary Beck assist» . Mrs. Kenneth Pullen assist- Mra. Abrams in serving the lunch. Mr. and Mrs. DurrylStensland and family attended a birthday party for Mary Ann Hansel at Hardy Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hanson. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Smith o{ GoWfleld, Mr. and Mrs, John Crovlekr and Mr. and Mrs. Julius Jacobson were supper guests at the Varan Nelson home FrU day evening, on Saturday even* IM, the Jacobaofts attended the CnrWrnaa gathering »£ of turner neighbors at «* SUikau ton* near Cold. Mary Herri varsity at Iowa City was called - M last v«ek at the death o< •other, lira, B«ral*c« Her. taurtiat SfiflH tor Mrs, wt*« (MM by Phillip Watting, wore a blue brocade dress with a blue carnation bouquet and carried a white Bible covered with white roses. Mrs. Colltsta Nichols was the bridesmaid and Cecil R. Griffith was the best man. Mrs. Martin chose a yellow brocade outfit Identical to that of her daughter's for the ceremony. A reception was held at the church following the ceremony with a 5:30 p.m. dinner and dance at Eagles Hall In Sioux City. Mrs. Arthur Hope of Wln- nebago, Minn., aunt of the bride, was in charge of the guest book and Mrs. Florence Kemp also of Winnebago and an aunt of the bride, was In charge of the gifts. Mrs. William Veldhouse of Gilmore City cut the cake while Mrs. Gerald Holmes of Faulkton, South Dakota, a cousin of the bride, poured. The couple left for an extended trip trhough the southern states and plan to make their home in Florida. Obituary-Mrs. Hall Mrs. Fred Hall of Humboldt was born October 14, 1901, in Greene County, Iowa, the daughter of the late Mrs. Clara Gorman Reedholm and Ivan Reed- holm, 90, who made his home with Mr. and Mrs. Hall In Humboldt. She attended school at Lanyon, Iowa, and Drake University in Des Molnes, and then tauuht piano at Boxholm, Iowa, until she was married. Mr. and Mrs. Hall moved to Humboldt during 1943 where she was a member of Our Saviour's Lutheran Church, the ALCW and 60 Club of the church. Mrs. Hall, 60, died Thursday, December fl, I960, at the Fort Dodge Lutheran Hospital where she had been a medical patlont clnce November 30. Funeral services were held at Our Saviour's Lutheran Church at 1 p.m., Monday, December 12, with the Rev. L. C. Jensen and the Rev. Arthur Montgomery officiating. Interment was In Lawn Cemetery at Boxholm with Slevers Funeral Homo of Humboldt In charge of arrangements, Casket bearers were Herbert Lemoke, Henry Lenning, Helmor Hovelaml, Harold Jenson. Matts Wallukalt, and Otto Schafer. Mr. Hall Is a formor Humbold', hardware dealer, postmaster, and state legislator, and Is now in the insurance business. Besides her husband, she Is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Kenneth Strahorn of Iowa Falls, Iowa, and Mrs. Burton Tinken of Gllmore City; two brothers, Leonard Reedholm of South Gate, Calif., and Wllmor Reedholm of Port Washington. New York; eight grandchildren; and five great- grandchildren. Governor Hughes attended Harley Finley Funeral HUMBOLDT-Mr. and Mrs. Robert Clark and son, Scott, attended funeral services in Eagle Grove Saturday for Mrs. Clark's uncle, Lt. Col. Harley Finley, one of the three Iowa National Guardsmen killed in a helicopter accident in Texas last week. Among those present were Governor Harold Hughes, ex- Governor Erbe, some high ranking military personnel, and friends being honorary pallbearers. Mrs. Clark and her mother, Mrs. Irene Ford of Eagle Grove, and an uncle, Ronald Finley. of California accompanied Mrs. Harley Finley and children to their home at Camp Dodge where they spent Saturday night and Sunday. Mrs. Clark and her mother returned to their homes in Humboldt and Eagle Grove Sunday evening. Cathy Johnson guest speaker for Ox Bow The Ox Bow Chapter of Izaak Walton League held its December meeting at the chapter clubhouse Monday, December 1, with members bringing gifts for the children at the Woodward Hospital. Members were urged to bring old Christmas cards to the January meeting with the idea that these cards would be sent to an organization at Council Bluffs. Cathy Johnson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Holland Johnson of Humboldt, gave a report on her visit to Conservation Summer Camp at Sprlngbrook State Park this past summer, including highlights from her tour of Ledges State Park, Gun Safety Class, and fishing, casting, and trapping demonstrations. The HvmbeMt Ifldeeen4eftt, December M, 1«M MOYA We bring back Two of our favorites on one big show Sun.-Mon.-Tues.-Wed. VERA MILES • LEE MARVIlTEDMOND O'BRIEN • A • MURRAY ftfypuke Loig Show • Cone Early OM Sl«w Week Nlfhti. 7:15 tmwi it HamboML «nd, until Jdlrlnf beetuM of MIMftalttt Mr. Breiner work«d u i etf* center. H« wtt * rertorin of World wan, Cartel bearer* tenteHrelrwin be Carl VoatM, Etrl VoW John Vought, OU0 Mel«m, Cutton roster, and H. L. 8tro»i. Surviving; are hit wife; three sons, William of Othimwi; George of Minneapolis aM Richard of Kamraf; a danrtter, Mri. Don Stohlgren of D»i Motto*) seven grandchildren: a brother. Pete and a slater, Mrs, Either Stioop, both of Manmooth, ffl. Joe Rohr, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ha Rohr of Dakota City, la •pending two weeks at home on leaf* from duties with the U. S. Air Force. He wlil return this week end to his hue In Mississippi Mrs. Lois Webster of Stata Monica. Calif., has Rioted to Humboldt. She is a sister at Leo Gracey of Humboldt. 'Jesus Loves Me' The Methodist Church All-Circle Annual Christmas party wot held in the church bosemenf Thursday afternoon, December )5, with the children of the members volunteering to perform for the program. Shown above are some of the children as they sang, "Jesus Loves Me." Included in the program were Christae Wood, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Wood; Carol Plckrel, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Plckrel; Brycin Jondle, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Jondle; Ann Edge, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Edge; Joey Mekemson, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Mekemson; Julie Reed, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Reed; Chery Ann Nagel, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Nog./; Lori Jean Rundle, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Rundle; and Dawn Christensen, daughter of Mrs. Sharon Christensen.-Independent Photo. Hobbycraft Club held Yule party HUMBOLDT-Mrs. Vera Tinken opened her home Friday afternoon to the Humboldt Hobbycraft Club for their annual Christmas party with Mrs. Esther Westling and Mrs. Esther Tinken in charge of a gift exchange and program. Mrs. Marlon Bell was a guest. Each member brought food for lunch. Mrs. Joann Sandven poured punch and Mrs. Bonnie Molltor served the coffee. Mrs. Johanna Day and Mrs. Sylvia Hagge arranged the food table. A "Thank you" gift was presented to the president Irene Clark. The next meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Johanna Day Friday. January 6, with Mrs. Sylvia Hagge as co-hostess. Each member Is to bring something for "Show and Tell," and handwork. Floyd Breiner lunerol services to be held today Floyd Breiner, 75, of Humboldt died Wednesday evening at Veterans Hospital in Des Molnes, where he had been admitted Tuesday morning as a medical pa> t I t t > t I I .) tient. He had been In falling health for the past six years. Funeral services will be held at 1 p.m., today at Our Saviour's Lutheran Church with the Rev. L. C. Jenson officiating. Burial will be in Union Cemetery with military rites by American Legion Post No. 119. The Lindhart Funeral Home of Humboldt is in charge of arrangements. Mr. Breiner was born and educated at Rockwell City. In 1920, he married Mary Guert- > r > Hoik' Howkar 0. What it c**il4.re4 Hi* worit confl.ffreti.fl In U.S. hiitwy? A. The Son Frenetic* •orHiquok. end fire, 21,000 buildings w»rtfc 3H mlllfefl destroyed. Q. Why d. insurance c.«. panics limit their in a given territory? A. The lets by a mej.r catastrophe i* thcred by many companies. Insure wild Hi* Fred W. Hall Agtncy IN M Ate. 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