The Humboldt Independent from Humboldt, Iowa on December 24, 1966 · Page 6
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HAROS'-Mr. u£ Mrs. HWB JSoaes, BiE, JMte, Pwfl xad De«pas» WET* bBE^ gwsas at •the K-iSSi BMSster taa» S& Beawtel: .sfter the icasfca} wacert at tie BOOH "V^fler &JBOI. £ vas tt. tenor of Mrs, braes' 02 KT. Baes^er»5 f*r«te, Mr. and Mrs.KarlBaKMter7 4Aik • JunK £ta? 'Wen£i£ fe »r-ary us*, ra3 Mrs. Jerrr Cruc^ c& 9K 1 'yr^niUBiL 'SSL'?¥ l£r* SBBi ^^^^fyliff* SBHU *terr^, of "Vt^^s*- jP& % 'iit>jf'^^Bi.^BH>S^£ f T^HfflPr^88^ ^fe* <wJt*V TSaEs^. o^w^T 1 3& 'B^pfc tirfMs^Mr^M^ Mrs. O«T Ot- sni s: ass psrssal Chester Oi- QtJHB w ae •CTHtiaiig'te pass; £te.SSsfe 'CoQafe affc(cs.^Cedsr ^Hft'Mg'.fr*»r^ KrtM^ Fs3&, iHS ?9tffinsd V'T"' tff urtktrait |Mfty Srafay, Dtc. 18 SKKOTA OTT-Aroaid 100 at- tejKted BK Qiristmas party sponsored by the LU, FrtoKQyFam- ay «i Qe Zioe Uaeraa Chart* *t 8 jwtt., SoftiiT, December 18, IV sqpper v« pot-lack. Host and bosfess were Mr. aad Mrs. AraoK Tbrkelsoa. Jir. and Mrs. Leonard K3reJjJwO and Mr. and Mrs. Wffliain Vfoendu Ttase OB a» eatertHnmeat cooaattte* w«rt Mr. in) Mrs. Brow GsKtersoa aad Mr. tod Mrs. LooisMocitr. ElectioB of offices was beM. 3*e» oJScers ire Brace Gand- ersoB, preskJwt; Leon Klrcb- baS, rice presides*; and Mrs. HOT Singer, secretary-treasar- er. T&ey wffl tike offlce to JXBSSTT. ^ K -. — -._—, .- utikota City, llwrart fro» Mckttown, s^th D« itelf tt tfiendtBg the Chrlttaas taeatk* with httpar- «*tt, Mr. and Mrs. Art wolf. On It a state* at Concord!* Mttt Sharon Stoddard and Chrltteu bolidayt wlfttkelr AnagMer aad sitter, Mr. and Mrs. DjaaU P*derseiL of DalrotaCity. Accompanying them were Miss Martts Brauman and friend, Jeantae, who are visiting Mist Braumaa's nvother, Mrs. Curt Tot of Uverroore. They are all from Minneapolis, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Newton. Beta. Debra and Darrel, visited Saturday and Sunday at the David -^*«r bom* at Ruthven. They visited Wednesday evening at the Mr. and Mrs. Chuck FHerUek home In Fort Dodge. Debra Newton, daughter °* Mr. and Mrs. Donald Newton, observed her third birthday Wednesday, December 21. Those helping her celebrate were Mrs, DeVere Newton of Ottosen; Mrs. TeQle Lennlng of Dakota City; and Mrs. Jerry Newton, and Mrs, Jerome Humpal. Jerry, Jay. Bobby, and Belinda, all of Hum' DOMt. MtMorial shtlf additiois to library Two new books have been add£~J°,J?J? "S? 1 ^ 5 n»morial book shelf. "Sandburg." a pictorial biography of Carl Sand- bnrg, was given to the library by the Humboldt Women's Club in memory of Beulah Blgtagton, TWs boot, edited by photographer-artist Edward Steichen, coosists of photographs of the poet accompanied by brief ex- Wtntsdoy a Joyous Christmas ~o «R o^r frierxii, *»« send i, : ncera wi to* Yuie+Joa joys: !!•• Hirvtstort Systttis Sflw May ChristznoBtim* joy end krjghter b* yotm on thu bcppj holiday . . . and may we gratefully tixndt you for your patronage. Gordy'i - Dakota City ^•«^*W« **J v*V*W«rwt, ••The DMffttt D»J ,.., Stenatt *ai given by the Hum- Wdt Garden club in memory of Bertha Arent. This It the story by the chief diver. The main objective of the project was to find a way for a diver to live without cumbersome equipment at depths of 400 feet or more beneath the ocean's surface, The story climaxes with a record- breaking dive In which Stenult and Jon Llnbergh lived and forked In an undersea house at 432 feet for 49 hours thus pioneering the Sealab experiment. Books of many varieties have been arrlvlnr in the children's room. Listed below is a sample of them, for boyi, the biography of "Sandy Koufan KM Slrlkeout King" by Arnold Haao hu arrived, Koufu li i t«am player and cets his thrill not from recognition M a top performer, but as a member of the moit successful National L«atu« team In recent major Jei<«« history. An outstanding book for the primary children Is "Sam. Bang* and Moonshine" by Evallne Ness. Sanuntha dreams rich and lovely dreams, "moonshine," her father says. She sits In her dragon-drawu chariot and says wise things to Bangs, her oat. One day she sends her devoted friend to look for her pet kangaroo far out In the harbor. When a sudden storm brings near disaster to Thomas and to Bangs, ita s pack holds a special message fro to you — good wishes wonderful holiday srry Christmas EATERIA Jahnnjr, Froncei & Employ*** and laughter ttith friends, neighbors and family . . . plus our sineerest Merry Christmas greetings.' ?^3: .^^H** **V""*" ^«^^ ^~~* *£***• .^ f r s Clayton's V-Store CRristmas Chrittma* b€fin$ tenifhl! ,., wJnw >«V t'*U th* tol*» ^ wish ttom a Merry rN^traw^ A twnpf fitMN «w|t;^I*iif Pi»uiu* |» th* iite*) w«/to MFpf^ yojir hwlidsy gtod Sum Mpwrttntw drawl » Ita* bttwm nwoniMi* and rttUty, Rebecca Caudill fi*i written * warm itory named "DM Yo« Carry th« Flif Today»Chwi«y?» ai her latest contribution to children's literature. Children in the Intermodule grade! will UN this book with Its Appa- Uohta setting. When Charley Cornett begins school, he It told that to carry the flat tt the highest honor awarded In the little school, However, Charley Is not the helpful type, to no OM tipMti Mm to win tht honor, But In hit own itdtptirtttt way, M eventually dott g»t to oWry the nag. .wtiat nt^mriu on that tp*4la1 day addt I |r«al dtal to the full ltd of I My who wondered how It fetlt to, b* a rook. Don't forget the library will close at noon Saturday. Dtctm- ber 84 and 31 and will be closed Mondays, December 26 and Jan- uarv B, Plan to come early for holiday reading material. //on' f i'mr OOPJ //>• . . here it is timr npain for a P & M STONE CO. HUMBOLDT MMUMMUMDMI MUM JM •Kami \ Cheers wVr cli ii run liii|>|iy greeting.-! umi heurlfell ^raliludc in a SDII^ of ClirUtniii.i clu*«r In ^IIIH! frii-inl'. iinil ciixiiuiirrn. Laird'* Body and Alignment Service - Humboldt We with you joy,,, in laughter and good cheer . . , joy in gift* find gl«d tur|>riM>* , , . joy in friend* and family . , . joy at Chrimmatt, with all iu deep meanin||. May ihi« true old>fa«liioned joy» of the *eaaoii cow* to you , , . awl H»§er ton* ';,: J -'ltWft^! i;

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