The Humboldt Independent from Humboldt, Iowa on December 24, 1966 · Page 2
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The Humboldt Independent from Humboldt, Iowa · Page 2

Humboldt, Iowa
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Saturday, December 24, 1966
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TOL Norway in January Jrarcs ftein*rf*o«i of HumkoUt, « toffiomor* of St. Otef Coffee* of NorffcfieW, MinnMoto, it a i**»6*r of *• 70 jrfeee scnoo? orchestra tfcof will tnnl to Norway for tfce •writ of Jenuory to *rWy fne iMttfcaf cv/tvr* o/ IRat country. UnoV fne JeoeWsnip of Or. Donald H. BerofwfKf, con•Vctor. tft« ttvd+nl musicians wi// participate in a four-part profroai of stvdy end performance. As o concluding ftotur* ol *fc» pro/»cf, tttt orcfccsfra wi// gift concerts in Trondtitim, Sfavanac-r ano* Sandn** in Norway ana* ia Gotiborg, Larry Kndart. Mrs. Cramer gsve several Christmas readings. Mrs, Kudart and Mrs. Wayne Lehman sang vocal numbers accompanied by Mrs. Don Kaehaast. Mrs. Edgar Weiss gave a r*adiac with aadleace participation in a candle service. An exchange of cookies and candies was held. Several guests were present. The primary department of the Thor Sunday Setae! presented a Christmas procram on "The TW- iogs of Christmas.'* attbe mom- leaver Township Ladies Club net December 14 TBOR-Beam Township Ladies dub met at the boms of Mrs. Keith Slayers Wednesday after- BOOB with Mrs. Lloyd Leaatag co-hostess. Mrs. Water Creh- hot, Mrs. Benodte Ea aad Mrs. GOtert Kuaert CMed Mrs. KirOhof. flA cxdM^e vss odd, and a of mosey rrmi to the Hom- ottCbvnty Retarded ChOdres's toy the ebb. A gift of roses were takes to each shnt- ia ta the township also by me cUb members. Ladies Aid of Zioo Lumens Chardi (Mo. Synod) of Beaver TowwMp h*M» lfcSOrxm.lnnrA- •on Ttanday. Mrs. Art Frederick. Mr*. BiroM Ropte, Mrs. Wayne lahmiB. sad Mrs. Arko Beau were hostesses. Tbe rer- •tar bosteess meeting was held aad cask gifts gives to several charities. Prccnua committee iactaM Mrs. Edgar Weiss, Mrs. Cramer, aad Mrs. me pro- TI »^ .'^ _ curanaxt played tie piano prelude. The welcome was given by Janice Berhow, ReneeAadlaniLMkBeQe DomatB, and Mark Stockdale. Tbe program was presented to song and recitations by children - third Tbe senior department of (be SaMav Sftbool jprtseMed a Christmas protrama»«iw«veB- at «te oarl*»all«if>'' i n» of Me*," th* protram . Jatiee Carter was p»- at4st tad Pastor Ernst Q*am t»ve rat tevocaHc*. Recitations aad sonfs were given by an San* day Sefeoo! yoDSfsters, and the man|«r scene was presented by 15 oTtt* Tom people. Acandle- li«M MtvKe closed the program. Mr. and Mrs. Marvta Nelson drove to Minneapolis Tuesday to brtnj tbelr davihter, Karen, home tor the Christmas vaca- tk» k On Sunday, ihe Kelson family attended a concert at the Wesley Methodist Church In Des Moines, which was directed by Bruce Nelson. Mr, and Mrs. Joe Opneim and Steven entertained a group ot friends at a coffee following the Christmas program at Thor Lutheran Charch Sunday evening. Present were Mrs. Florence Norem of Mankato, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Norman Tubbs of Humboldt; Mr. and Mrs. Carl Burkhart and family; Mr. and Mrs. John Morgan and John Allen; Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Nervig, Mr. and Mrs. Oilman Holton. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Sherrlll, and Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Opheim. A social hour was spent and refreshments were served. Junior Lutherans went caroling December 19 THOR-JuDfor Lutherans vent caroling after school Monday afternoon, men returned to me church for a program and meeting. Ra&dy Holton had the opening exercises, and Cindy Cnar- leson gave devotions. Shelby Beck and Donette Witt were ushers. Acolytes tor January win be Rachel Thorson and Marcia Olson. Lunch was served the children by Mrs. Don Witt, Mrs. Roger Holton, and Mrs. Marjorie Poutre. Thor Hobbycraft Club held their annual Christmas luncheon and party at a Fort Dodge restaurant Tuesday afternoon. Following the meal, contests and gamas, as wen as a social time, were enjoyed. Contest prise winners were Mrs. Thomas Nervig, Mrs. Richard Kerch, Mrs. Victor Lome, Mrs. Larry Beck, and Mrs. frrin Tokheim. A gift exchange was held to close a pleasant afternoon. The January meeting wffl be held at Mrs. Omer Anderson's borne. Mrs. Georgina Knutson entertained at an early Christmas dinner Friday evening. Guests were Paul Weisso? the Air Force Base at BOoxi, Miss.; BssaaV-BjMW me University . of VermQKsj. atsth Dakota; Mrs. Marion BaitarFof Clarion; Mr. and Mrs.'Ernie Weiss, Mrs. Christina Knotson of Homboklt: Don Myers of Eagle Grove; ana Mr. and Mrs. Carl Olson and family. Pvt. E-2 Maurice Olson Jr. of Fort SOL Okla., came Saturday for a 17-day leave with his parents, the Maurice Olsons ST. Social Caltidir FUNfftAL HOMI TUESDAY, DECEMBER 87 Royal Neighbors Lodfe meets at I.O.O.F. Hall. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 28 Humboldt Duplicate Bridge^ Club meets at Humboldt Trust and Savings Bank. Women's Relief Corps meets. B.P.W. meets. Newcomer's Club meets. Sloven Funeral Home LttM. Mr*, fwi WMHtesey toM of "Women of the BWe." The members brovJM lifts for the Mental Health Mttttat* at Cher* okee Nine members of the Gllmore t Friendship Club htd a lot- dinner at the home of Mrs. sa Keteher Wednesday, December 14. A gift exchange followed the regular meeting. The Wednesday and Friday Bridge Club held a 1 p.m. loach- eon at the home of Mrs. Pearl George Wednesday, December 14. A Christmas gift exchange was held, followed by an afternoon of cards. XJ* GUmore City Auxiliary held their Christmas party meeting at the Legion Hall Monday, December 12. Plans were made Horlow Stovers 24 He\ir Ambulance Service] Phone 332-3247 Chair» for Any So-J Event May Be Obtained at the Funeral Horn*. Masonic Lodge held an oyster supper Dec. 12 GILMORE CITY-The Masonic Lodge No. 579 of Gilroore City held their meeting Monday evening, December 12. Forty were in attendance and enjoyed an oyster supper before the meet- Ing. The election of officers for the ensuing year was held. They are Worshipful Master, George Johnson; Senior Warden, Roy McColley; Junior Warden, Rtebird Hlgglns; Treasurer^ Tom Peters; Secretary, Gerald Anderson; and Trustees, H, A.- I .Inn, Tom Peters, and H. M. Clymer. The GUmore City Study Club was entertained at a Christmas luncheon Monday, December 12. Mrs. Bernard Shimon was hostess for the luncheon with Mrs. Wayne Rider as co-hostess. A program on music was given by Mrs. R. N. Day and Mrs. H. A. Sharp's Apco to ivick boxes for the shut-Ins. The members sang Christmas Carols, followed by a gift exchange, , , Mr. and Mrs. Victor Halllgan, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Niemeyer, Mr. and Mrs. James Graham, and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Nedved have returned home after attending the Farm and Industries Annual Meeting at Kansas City, Mo., last week. *A program of "Holiday Music" was presented Wednesday evening, December 14, at the Gilmore City School. The concert band, under the direction of Ralph Weight, and the Junior High Cnorus, the Girls' High School Glee Club and the Mixed Chorus, under the direction of Mario Steinberg, provided the music for the evening program. Mr. and Mrs. John Saathoff, Ferd Juelfs and Kenneth Juelfs attended the golden anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hargens at Cherokee Sunday, December 11. Mrs. Hargens is a niece of Ferd Juelfs and he had attended their wedding fifty rears ago. Methodist women met December 14 LIVERMORE-Methodist women at Llvermore had a Christmas party at the church Wednesday afternooon. Hostesses were Dorothy Vaughn, Mildred Frederick, and Evelyn Seagren. Grace Mackintosh had charge of the program. Beth Olson played the organ and Muriel Ver Steeg, La Von Benjamin, and Virginia Raney were in a play. Lunch was served. At carolers sing their Happy Christmas songs, we add our voices to wish you good cheer. Highway U9 • Mumbeldt Uckt Ft«4 Ctittr OokMoCity Hem's wisUsw TO»tiMls«rkwtiBa o» oUhlMkioiMd TuUf let Worrhisftea WSUMMCe * If At IJTATf O. HolyMghf yew at CWUtsui, ilkt itcrM lira iii«w. A« w« reflect Hf«a ikal My ft a CtvU ton it fctMffe •, my ve M ittfirrtjia It H« life, it Hardy ALCW circlts mtt Dtc»mbtr 13 HARDY-The Eunice Circle of the Trinity ALCW wait entertained at the home of Mrs. Edward Nervlg Tuesday afternoon, with 11 members present. Mrs. M. 0. Mandsager conducted the devotions and presented the Bible study. The offering meditation was given by Mrs. 1. L, Mandsager, Mrs. M. O. Mandsager presided at the business meeting, as there Is no chairman of this circle. At the close, a potluck lunch was served. It has not been decided yet where the next meeting will be; but the date Is January 10. The Rebehah and Eunice Circles nre combining; therefore, the hostesses for next year have not been worked out yet. The Rebekah Circle of the Trinity ALCW was entertained at the home of Mrs. Martha Larson Tuesday afternoon with eight members present. A guest present was Mrs, Charley Michaelson. The chairman, Mrs. Arthur Nelson, presided at the meeting. Mrs. Arthur Nelson conducted the devotions and Bible study. Mrs. Lloyd terming gave the offering meditation. The Marlam Circle of the Trinity ALCW met at the home of Mrs. Richard Amosson Tuesday evening, December 13, with 11 members present. The chairman, Mrs. Dale Halverson, presided at the meeting. Mrs. Edward Nervig was a guest present. Mrs. Frank Long led the devotions and presented the Bible study. Mrs. Edward Hill gave the offering meditation. It is not known who will have the next meeting. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Nielsen went to Strawberry Point Wednesday to visit her stepmother, Mrs. Grace Gleim, at the Lutheran Home there, as she is very 111. The Nielsen's also called on her brother, Lawrence Glalm, in Arlington. Mr. and MrsTciedli Anderson of near Hardy, and Mr. and Mr*. Edward Erdmaim of Llvermore, were supper luests Sunday at the home of their lister, Mr, and Mrs, Ivan Frederlksen at Liver* more. Baptist youth went caroling Sunday night GILMOWE CITY-The Youth Fellowship of the Baptist Church held a caroling party Sunday evening, Decemler 18. After singing carols at various homes In the country and also In town, they returned to the church for a chill supper prepared by the mothers of the croup, Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Chrlstensen aro the .ipwsors of the Youth Fellow- S The Baptist Church will hold their Christmas program at the church Friday evening, December 23, at 7:30 p.m. Mrs. Bormonn entertained 500 club ST. JOE-Mrs. Peter Bormann entertained her 500 club Tuesday afternoon at their annual Christmas party and gift exchange. Receiving prizes were Mrs. Tony Becker, Mary Jane Orlger, and Mrs. William B. Devine. Mrs. Susie Kramer entertains the club December 29. John Orlger came home Saturday from St. Ann's Hospital In Algona where he had been a medical patient. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Reding spent the week end with their daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Chlcotne of Jefferson, South Dakota. Mrs. Ralph Kohlhaas and Randy, accompanied by Mrs. Marvin Kollasch of Algona, went Christmas party held byYWC RUTLAND-The Y.W.C. Club held a Christmas party and luncheon at the Ivan Hlrschhome Wednesday. December U, with Mrs. Jean Htrsch, Judy Dornath, Lorette Grebner, and Blanche Johnson as hostesses. 500 was played with Rose Stockdale getting low: Judy Dornath. second; and high price was son by Gladys Vesterby. The Rutland Methodist Church Sunday School will hold a Christmas program Thursday evening, December 22. to Iowa City Tuesday where Randy had a medical check at the Children's Hospital. Mrs. Joe Slnnwell returned home Wednesday afternoon from Mason City, where she had been since Sunday In the home of her son and daughter-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Slnnwell and family, while Mrs. Slnnwell was a medical patient In Mercy Hospital In Mason City. ^% ^^* » *^^1 ctofw Hanisch Manufacturing Co., Inc. II'M llmr lor hollv unit Funk's Garage Fred • Cerlle • Woyne iM»c«fui M wr«pp«<t in snowy wNt«, oent«ntm«nt of Christrrmsj tprfjexe eKrovt the) land. W* gr»»t you with the) with that or«*H ',. Joy nrmy b« your* at this nappy, holy tim«. And •inesjr* thcnM, we) e)xt«nd to you our •ppre)cUition for your fnvorsj tvxl friorMHy good wW Hmnboldt Motor Solos

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