The Humboldt Independent from Humboldt, Iowa on December 24, 1966 · Page 5
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The Humboldt Independent from Humboldt, Iowa · Page 5

Humboldt, Iowa
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Saturday, December 24, 1966
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P«t«r Mifrtained R-No 500 Club ST. JOB-Mr. and Mrs. Peter KJrsch entertained the R-Nu 500 Club Sunday evening at the an- m«l Christmas party. Guests were the husbands and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Tturt. Hecplvlwj prlws were Mrs. Adeline Wag"•' Md Ed Dormann for high. Md Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Wagner, second high. Mrs. Adeline waener entertains the club January 26. „ ft' 1 " 16 ' 8 Wagner came home Friday from Fort Wayne, Ind., where she had been employed the past throe and a half months. Carol Erpeldtng, R. N., of Denver, Colo., Is expected home this week for Christmas with her parents. Mr. and Mrs, Francis Erpeldlng and family, and other relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Thiil are leaving Wednesday evening from Perry for a holiday visit with their son and daughter-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. David Thul, Mllpltas. Calif., and a sister and brother and their families of Mrs. Thul, Mr. and Mrs. George Becker of Rodeo, Calif., and Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Thornton of Gllroy Calif. Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Zelmet of Hawthorne. Calif are expected ror the holidays for a visit with relatives and friends. Mrs. Zeimet Is a sister of Mrs. William B. Devlne and E. J. Gales from St. Joe and Ray Gales of Livermore. Mr. Zelmet Is a brother of John Zelmet of Llvermore. Commercial Club held annual Christmas party THOR-Commercial Club members, wives and employees, had their annual Christmas dinner party at a Humboldt restaurant Wednesday evening. After a smorgasbord dinner, bingo was played for entertainment and a social time was spent. A gift exchange was held at the close of the evening. Junior Luther Leaguers will meet at the church Thursday evenlnc and eo Caroline around town, after which they will return to the church for a recreation hour and lunch, which will be In charge of Anna Thorson, Marietta and David Burkhart, and Brenda Lee. Mr. and Mrs. Lew Hlppan and Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Wergelaad will be the advisors attending. Exchange Club met Tuesday with Caroline Madsen BRADGATE-The Exchange Club met Tuesday at Caroline Madsen's home for a 1 p.m. pot-luck Christmas luncheon. There were seven women present. Guests were Mrs. Lucy Firkins and Mrs. Elsie Llnd- sey of Rolfe. Mrs. Henry Junkman conducted a short business meeting. The next meeting will be at the home of Mrs. John Madsen. A gift exchange was held. The Bradgate Progress Club met Wednesday at the Imperial Cafe In Bode for a 6:30 p.m. smorgasbord. There were 14 members present. Hostesses for the Christmas party were Mrs. Rudy Olson, Mrs. Gene Lannlng, and Mrs. Austin Brown. Enter- talnrnent wag planned by Mrs. Esther Curry ami Mrs, Lyle Soward. Dingo was played, followed by a gift exchange. Thursday evening Mr. and Mrs. Joe Artzer and Mr. and Mrs, Dean lloag of Manson entertained Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Nelson tor supper at the Holiday Inn at Fort Dodge In honor of Mrs. Nelson's birthday. The Folco Company entertained the employees of all the elevators In the district to a supper at the parochial school In Whittomore Thursday. Those from Bradgate who attended were Mr, and Mrs. Bernard Jacobs, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Benjamin, Miss Beryl Dickey, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Schumacher, Mr. and Mrs. Gaylen Larson, Mr. ami Mrs. Richard Benjamin. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Edler, and Mr. and Mrs. Gene Madsen. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Nelson visited Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Nelson of Eagle Grove Tuesday afternoon to help celebrate Edwin Nelson's birthday. Friday night the employees and board of the Farmer's Cooperative Exchange of Bradgate- Rolfe had their Christmas party at Trebar's Inn at Fort Dodge. There were about 50 persons present at the 0:30 p.m. supper with Mr. and Mrs. Owen Odland as special guests. Owen had worked at the Bradgate elevator for 10 years, retiring ear Her this year. He was presented with a watch for his years of service. Bridge Club entertained by Mrs. Lempke LIVERMORE-Mrs. Jim Lempke entertained the bridge club Thursday afternoon. It was a Christmas party and gift exchange. Prizes went to Margaret Howard, Lucille Lenertz, and Mardella Carlson. A 1:30 p.m. dessert luncheon was served. Richard Fullerton and Jean Eisenbarth of SCI in Cedar Falls arrived Saturday to spend their Christmas and New Year's vacation at home. The Llvermore Lions met at their den Wednesday evening with a 7:30 p.m. dinner and regular meeting. Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Slttler of Humboldt visited Mrs. Mag- Rlch Danie/jon Rich Danielson graduated from X-ray school RUTLAND-Rlch Danielson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Larry Danielson of Rutland, graduated as a medical laboratory X-ray technician from the winter term of the Professional Business Institute In Minneapolis, Minn., Friday, December 1C. The 15 months course qualifies him to work in clinics and hospitals. He has been accepted by the Swedish hospital school of X-ray at Minneapolis, where he will begin work January 3, 19G7. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Danielson and daughter, Romona, of Rutland attended the graduation ceremony held at the Jaycee Memorial Methodist Church in Minneapolis. Rich was among the 200 graduates of medical assistant, receptionist, dental assistant, and X-ray technician schools. While In Minnesota, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Danielson spent the night with another son and his family, Mi. and M vs. Ron Danielson and sons of Anoka, Minn. Ron is employed with the Billy Graham Association as assistant to personal and mailing department. gle Schrieber Friday afternoon. Mrs. Eddie Hanson fell Thursday and has a compound fracture of the wrist. I * I* ! * * I* 1* * CHRISTMAS CHEER *{ ..4?"t Y (X *.* 1 e ^^A >•? May your 'V-T'. holiday be as "''. cheerful and happy as a child's Christmas Eve dreams. C & 6 Radio & TV Sales Humboldt On this joyous Holiday celebrating the hiith of the Holy Child, we wish that I/OH iiMiy he filled with peace and gladness, comforted with hope, and surrounded by your lowl ones. DODGEN INDUSTRIES Happy Homt maktrs held Christmas party December 13 GILMon:: CITY-Elghteon members of the Happy Homemakers met for a pot-luck dinner December 13 at the home of Mrs. Victor Halllgan. The now program for the coming year was discussed and Mrs. Frank Stearns gavp a les.sjn on gift wrapping A fe ;ft and cookie exchange was held at the conclusion of tho meeting. The next rn.-ttlng will be at the home of Mrs. Grace Peters. The Friendship Class of the Baptist Church had a pot-luck dinner at the church Sunday, December 18. Fourteen attended the dinner. Mrs. Stanley Anderson was in charge of the devotional perlo-1. A gift exchange was held following the mooting. Ottosen Rural Club held Yule was sent to the Christian Home at Council Bluffs. A Christmas program was given. Mrs. Edward Zlnnol and Mrs. Lester Wehrspann gave readings. Christmas enrols were sung by the groups. A gift exchange was held. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Larson entertained at an anniversary Christmas party Friday night. Mrs. Oliver Klnseth had high score for women and Mrs. Martin Meyer low. Raymond Wehr- spann had high score for men and Martin Meyer low. Edward Zlnnol had travel. A gift exchange was held. Patty, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Jacobson, celebrated her 13th birthday Friday. Supper guests were Mr. and Mrs. Edward Zinnel. Evening visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Allan Wehr- spann and family and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Jacobson and family. Thursday night visitors to help Patty celebrate were Mr. and Mrs. Richard Krause and family of L« Verne and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Zinnel. Canasta Club held Christmas party Dec. 15 party Dec. 15 OTTOSEN-The Ladies Rural Club met Thursday afternoon for their Christmas party with MriS. Kermit Fowler as hostess. Mrs. Lester Wehrspann was assistant hostess. Roll call was Bible verses. Towels hemmed by the blind were distributed. Ten dollars LU VERNE-The Canasta Club had a Christmas party Thursday evening In the home of Mrs. Frank Gronbach. They had a gift exchange. Winning high was Mrs. Herman Hinz, and low, Mrs. Albert Schneider. Christmas dinner guests In the Holiday Greetings^ DAIRY COMPANY 1 really mean it I look forward to working on Christmas." P >r main years Mrs. Violet Grojjan of DCS Monies has been ac her switchboard on Christmas Dav. even though it lias meant less time spent with her familv Vi'e askeJ Mrs. Grojian why she makes herself so consistently available for Christmas Jutv Her replv "1 And working on Christmas very pleasant; most of the calls on that day are happy calls. Having had t\vo hoys in service myself, 1 understand the- joy of parents talking to a son who is far away. This Christmas will he my last at the hoard because I'm retiring — and I'm looking forward once more to Vpreading happiness through holiday calls." From Mrs (imu.m .nul the rest or us. a joyful Christmas ami a \'e\v Year of fulfillment. Th« m«n wul WuHitn of Northwestern Beti home of Mr. and Mrs. Dean Bowman of Algona on Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Dale Laremar and family of Cedar Rapids; Mr. and Mrs. George Studer, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Johns and family and Fred Hlnz Jr. of Lu Verne. Linda McVay of Humboldt wa* a Sunday dinner guest with Mr. and Mrs. Fay Harmon. Her fiance, Gordon Harmon, returned home Friday from Texas after having finished his National Guard training. Connie Sanford spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Sanford. Connie has finished her schooling at Hamilton Business College and is employed at Interstate Power Company. Pvt. Don DeWinter on 14-day leave THOR-Pvt. Don DeWinter of Fort Hood. Texas, Is home on a 14-day leave and Is visiting his parents, the Lurmin DeWln- ters, during his leave. Mrs. Lorelle Vorrie attended a pot-luck Christmas dinner at the Raymond E. Dencklau home at Vincent Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Swartzendruber attended an early Christmas dinner and family gathering at the E. E. Swartzendruber home at Manson Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Bennie Ersland and Ricky of Phoenix, Ariz., have arrived for a two week visit at the Leslie Presler home Tr» HunbMt Mvpnrftnf, Dtomfer 24, 1M4 ftff* * Don Boswtlls obstrvtd 40th wedding onntvtrsary Mr. and Mrs. Don Boswell were honored with an open house on the occasion of their 40th wedding anniversary at the Humboldt Trust and Savings Bank Community Room from 2-5 p.m., Sunday, December 18, with their •laughters, Mrs. Charles (Mill!cent) Jarvls of Dakota City, and Mrs. James (Norma) Murphy of Pomeroy, as hostesses. Don Bosw<?il and the former Juanlta Crump were married at Bradgate MYF went caroling December 15 BRADGATE-The MYF of the Methodist Church met Thursday night at the church to go caroling at a large number of homes around town. After returning to the church, they practiced for the Vesper Services to be held Christmas Eve. They had their Christmas party with a gift exchange. The Adult Fellowship had spent the evening filling the sacks for treats at the program Sunday evening. The two groups Joined for lunch at the close of the evening. the Central Christian Church In Kankakee, 111., December *8, 1926, by the Rev, Palnes. they have two other daughters. Mrs, Robert (Phyllis) Dele of Clarks- vllle, Term,, and Mrs. Arnold (ponna) Buskoof San Diego. Calif, They also have IB grandchildren. The couple moved to Humboldt during 1931 where Mr. Bosvell was the grower for the greenhouse owned by Mr. and Mr», Rogers. In 1937. they moved to Dakota City and opened their own nursery In 1940. The Boswell Nursery was moved to Its present location on the east edge of Dakota City In 1955. At the open house, Mrs. Charles Jarvls poured coffee and Mrs. James Murphy was In charge of the guest book. Candle centerpieces decorated the anniversary table along with a picture history of the family. Mrs. Lloyd Harris of Dakota City helped In the kitchen. Guests were present from Humboldt, Dakota City, Renwlck, Badger, and Rolfe. ffRISTMAS We're drumming up our bent Yulcllde wlnheN . . . far ,vau! Mangle Plbg., Htg., & Cooling Don - Malt - Rollond - Harold' NOEL * May (he Star of Christmas shine within you and give you peace. Wilkinson Upholstery & Repair Humboldt BUSINESS and PROFESSIONAL HUMBOLDT CITV OFFICIALS Jean M. Kleve, Mayor .Harold Solbeck. City Cleric L. W. Dickinson, Chief or Police Counollmen Broeat Clemenaon Robert Holder) Chris tens on R. T. Newton Norman M. MoArthur COUNTY OFFICIALS Attorney, Robert Baker Auditor, Orln Nelson Assessor, Marie Phillips Clerk of Court, A. H. Goetlsoh Engineer, Vernon Miller Recorder, Esther J. Ruble Sheriff, Marvin Andersen Superintendent, Harold Granner Treaaurer, Phyllis Chriatenaan Coroner, Dr. J. H. Coddlngton DAKOTA CITY TOWN OFFICIALS Orvllle Knudeon, Mayor Judy A. Thompson, Town Clerk Councilman Dale Rhodes Jerry L. George. Robert Myers Marvin Borhow Robert Griffin JOHN EDWARDS REAL ESTATE BROKER FARM MANAGEMENT Phone 332-1663 Humboldt, low* JAQUA & MANSFIELD LAWYERS Jaqiu Bldg. . 52fi Sumner Phoue 332-2102 Huraboldt OLSON ABSTRACT CO. Enid S. Day Phone 332-1593 Huraboldt la. Cluora T»ur»dnj« Evenings by Appointment Rhone 33S-S765 555H Sumner HumbuUlt UH. IIAVIU W. HOVT CHIHUPHACTUH Complete Health Service Hours S-l! a.m. 1:34 to S p.m. BILL HAFNER UUUKKKKPIXfi AVI) TAX •tSHVlCK HulMlMT a'rnlr* Tu Mr*t V«ur Vcr4» Oft. 443-1 Ut Hr., BEN MILLER U lu»u Leftoa 9lt Mtl CHURCH PASTORS Methodjst Church. Dr. W. Morris Klldal Rev. S. H. Hammer Congregational Rev. Francis P. Burr Our Saviour's Lutheran Kev. L. C. Jenson Rev. Arthur Montgomery St. Msry'« Catholic Monaignor J. E. Tolan Seventh Duy AdventUt Rusaell Johnson Z ion Lutheran Church Missouri Synod, 308 No. Taft and Beaver Township Rev. Larry Kudart Kifth Avenue baptist Kev. Carroll Erleltson OR. HOVELAXD CHIHOPHACTOH Haunt. ViM S.K. i«'U ••*• Id* la Sio* avsi. ->'• -Offlrc H««ra mm T*nnmmT Djy »r *!•»! Call* X-rs>y lerrlc* ewd Fla«r Ot0c« DR. E. P. HANSEN OPTOMETRIST >:N la 12:M l:M to S:M DoJly Friday Evenia* 7:M to t:M CloawJ ThuTMUr After**** Phone 3324211 i_it ic AND SERVICE: ORGANIZATIONS Chamber of Commerce T. P. Welch, President Rotary Club Maaon Knight, President KlwanU Club Einai Hansen, President Lions Club T. P. Welch, President Jayceets Charles Hanrahan, Prea- dent The American Lsglon John Va4» Horn. Commander American Legion Auxiliary Mr a John Seller, President Veterans of Foreign Wara Leonard Col line, Comaiaader V.K.W. Auxiliary Mrs. Uu»ne Saatho.fl Woman's Club M.*. M. L. NorUmn. President Business. Professional Women Mrs. Bulfc Bajrett. Pw Beta Slsata Pkl Sorwity Mrs. Dennis B»,d, ' Pn*td*nt Worthwhile Club Mr*. Mar»ln tUritow, Pn*l deol Kewcouxr« Club Mis, H Weot HuabeWt jiMJWiff?&i or III* SISSON NURSING HOME Re(iitcrc«l Nune U Charce Care of Afctl. Coavale*cea( and 24-Hour Nurainf Service Phoae U2.152S HiusMttt S«il«r Applisuic* S«rvic« Offers You CesB-lete Major Appliance Service—All Make* PhoM SS2-38M Ho»k«MI G. E. Sale* ft S«rvln H. Smith, Broker •KA1, ESTATE • INCUKANCC FAKH LOANS T>I»IHM US 1*71 from Uuiauta Thsatra oit K. G.

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