The Humboldt Independent from Humboldt, Iowa on December 31, 1966 · Page 5
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Humboldt, Iowa
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Saturday, December 31, 1966
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Cord of Thanks For Solo I wish to thank all our children and friends for cards, visits and gifts, Including the beautiful flowers I received while in Lutheran Hospital and since my return home. Special thanks for prayers from Rev. Campney and Rev. Hammer. May God bless you all. Ray Davis, Gllmore City. I-25-lx Notices EASTERN STAR AF nnd AM Humboldt, Iowa REGULAR Tue»., Jan. 3 8:00 P.M. PAINT BUYSI Closing out our entire paint stock. Buy now while selection Is best, Norm's Gamble. 1-25-1R-41-1 FOR SALE-42" round MAPLE table. Formica top one 12" filler and four chairs. Martin-Miller Home Interiors. R-40-2 I-2S-1 FOR SALE-LEMON OIL Polish- the furniture dealers' choice. Available at Halsrud's Paint and Wallpaper. R-40-1 1-25-1 ADDING MACHINES and typewriters, sales and service. Iowa Business Machines, 25 North Fifth Street, Fort Dodge, Iowa. "North side of City Square." I-49-tf R-13-tf jfontals Farm Equipment legal Notices Services GOING OUT of town? Stop at the Hilltop 66 Service Station conveniently located on Highway 169 South for gasoline and needed service as you leave. And as you return, fill up your car again. Tom McBurney, Owner. R-40-lcx I-15-lcx GOOD CREDIT-A valuable asset. It pays to pay promptly. Credit Bureau of Humboldt County. I-13-tf CONTACT CRAWFORD ot 207 5th Ave. N. for your Shears, Keys and Clippers. Phone 332-1996 Koprlva Air Charter "Time Files-Why Don't You" Pocahontas, Iowa -Ph. 633 ^-Sfl-8 LOCAL OR LONG DISTANCE trucking and household moving. Phone 332-3826. Hendrickson Transfer, BJarne Hendrickson, Humboldt, Iowa. I-17-tf R-33-tf WILKINSON Furniture Repair, Upholstering and Rebuilding. Large selection of coverings, high quality, -fair prices, fast service. 701 Fifth North, phone 332-3026. R-38-tf I-23-tf. RUGS, UPHOLSTERY, WALLS Cleaned the Von Scharder Way. Phone for free estimate today. Ben Bruhns, 3221. West Be Iowa. R-29-tfI-U- TRY FULLER'S Upholstering. Guaranteed workmanship. Fabrics and plastics available. Phone 332-3166. R-33-tf I-18-tf ARE YOUR INSURANCE PREMIUMS A BURDEN ON YOUR BUDGET? Smith Insurance Agency now effor* a Premium Bud. get Plan. Pay Insurance by the month. Easy down payment. Flexible, convenient term*, when you Inture with SMITH INSURANCE 8, REAL ESTATE AGENCY Ph. 332-1071 Humtoldt, la. R-38-6 1-23-6 Wonted For Salt RUBBER STAMPS MADE TO ORDER NORMALLY 5-DAY SERVICE Humboldt Printing Co. For Rent Now accepting leasei an nearly completed on* and two bedroom apartmtnti located at 406 lit Avenue North. Fully carpeted, ttove and refrigerator furnished, air conditioned, huge cloieti, electric heat with Individual room thermo• tati. Beautiful walnut toned kitchen cabinets and bath vanities. Heat, hot and cold water and garbage pick-up furnished. Garages and laundry facilities available. Don Jensen Phone 332-3343 Homes for Sale FOR SALE-Why not plan to buy a home for yourself for 1967. I have homes In all price categories, from two bedroom to four, single and double garages. Les Meallff, 332-1142. R-40-11-25-1 BRAND NEW HOME FOR 1967? Call BOB WORTHINGTON REAL ESTATE 332-3326 Women Wanted TRUCKERS-We have the Truck Operator's Triplicate Freight Receipt Books to comply with Rule MT-54 of the Iowa State Commerce Commission. 50? each. Humboldt Printing Company. R-43-tf I-28-tf GET YOUR SLEDS at a discount - now that the snow is here. Norm's Gamble Store. 1-25-1 R-41-1 RENT ELECTRIC carpet sham- pooer. Only $1 with purchase of Rug-Mate rug shampoo. Decor Shop. R-40-21-25-1 FOR SALE-200,000 BTU utility heater - for use In workshop, garage, etc. Halt price. Mick's Coast to Coast. I-19-tf R-35-tf KEEP your carpets beautiful despite constant footsteps of a busy family. Get Blue Lustre. Rent electric shampooer, $1. Martin- Miller Home Interiors. R-40-1 1-25-1 LADIES-Idle hours make dollars when you use this time showing 'Ajvoix JGosmetics. We show you how. Opening Wacousta Township. Write or call Mrs. Loraine BUler, Algona. R-40-2xI-25-2z WANTED-Dental assistant Training and experience preferred but not mandatory. Submit written application Including qualifications to Dr. J. 0. Bower, College Heights, Humboldt. Iowa. R-38-tf I-23-tf Men Wastes' WANTED-Bus driver and custodian. House available. Good salary - St. John's School, Gilmore City, Iowa. R-40-11-25-1 Poultry and Eggs FOR SALE-Early baby broilers for January also Baby H It N chicks - hatching - on order year round. Bayse Hatchery. Florists Form Equipment FLOWERS for all occasions. Potted plants, cut flowers, corsages. Free delivery. Foley's Flowers, phone 332-1052. R-40-2 1-25-1 Entertainment WANTED-Melodeon in good condition. PhOM 332-3671, R-40-cx 1-85-Ci WANTED-Hard to place autoroo- btls Insurance. Phone 332-3812, IfUUr Insurance Agency, Hum* bold!, Iowa, I-38-tf R-l-tf JOIN BUD and HIS GIRLS Dance the Old Year out, the New Year Inl at the WAGON WHEEL Mwy. 169 _Humbaldt KLEYE IMPLEMENT COMPANY Caie, Oliver, Howkbilt, and Art* Way dealers. FOR SALE IHC 350 Dletel with Humboldt loader. IHC "H" Cat with Hum- baldt loader. Oliver M Go* with Humbold* loader, M-M 5 Star Dletel. Humoelet, U. 33M934 Rentals <••»•»• •"*•••»•*'*'•«'** CLOUNO OUTI Link chain 1/2 FOR RENT-Two»boftoo*&o<iM, A ...Il^tVl^. f*a*.ishi.u IsMkV ***•- — - BBBS Corboo (••(••oil Co. •e reedy f« *M(»O. Hey* yew e«,Ml»«e«t reealn o»ee , Uwe MMt4i RAY'S IMPLEMENT The place (or Minneapolis- Molina, Hew Idea, Clay »• qulpment, Arleni and Joeob- fan lawn mowers. Viking elevators, Owe ton no mlxar mills. THY US FIRST. Alta dairy equipment and refrigeration service. Humboldt . Phone 332- Jfyou are looking for the finert in grain storage or drying tanks 9*9 TAYLOR IMPLT. CO. IDS SO. FHILLIFS ST. ALOONA, IOWASOSM If* better built fry Automotive GENERAL AUTO REPAIRING- Bear front end aligning; auto- lite batteries; 24-hour towing service. Funk's Garage, phone 332-3347, Humboldt, Iowa. I-ll-tf R-27-tf Quality Comet First At LOGUE'S Tfrtfon Passenger - Farm • Truck TIRES Your Safety Is Our Business Phone 332-9989 Highway 169-HumboUt Used Cars FOR SALE-1952 Plymouth. Good running condition. Best offer will take. Phone 332-2409. I-25-lcx R-41-lcx FOR SALE-1951 half-ton Dodge pickup (new tires) $285. BJorn- son's Pontiac. R-40-11-25-1 FOR SALE-1965 Ford. 4-door, automatic. $1595, BJornson's Pontiac. R-40-11-25-1 FOR SALE-1965 Red Chevrolet Impala, 4-door hardtop. Power steering, power brakes, V-8 automatic. $2100, BJornson's Pontiac. R-40-11-25-1 Legal Notices NOTICE OF SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS HUMBOLDT, IOWA TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Notion Is hereby given to the owners of property subjsot to aasassmant for street Improve- ments, described In central as street Improvements In said City, In, along and upon portions ot certain street* and ave- nuea and from and to certain polnta In the City of Humboldt, Iowa, aft follows: SECTION II • Assessable 33 Ft. Asphaltlc Concrete Pavement with 30" Portland Cement Concrete Curb and Outter. In the alternative, 9 Inch thick, 87" Portland Cement Concrete Pavement with Integral curb. On Twelfth ' Street, beginning at the North line of Fifth Avenue North 1 , thenoe North to the South line of Sixth Avenue North. On Twelfth Street, beginning at the North line of Sixth Avenue North; thence North to tho South line of Seventh Avenue North. On Twelfth Street, beginning at the North line of Seventh Avenue North; thenoe North to the South line of Eighth Avenue North. On Twelfth Street beginning at the North line of the existing paving on Eighth Avenue North; thence North to tho South lino of the oxlntlng paving on Iowa Highway No. 3. SECTION III - Assessable 33 Ft. Asphaltlo concrete pavement with 30" Portland Cement Concrete Curb and Gutter. In tho alternative, 6 Inch thlok, 37' Portland Cement Concrete Pavement with Integral curb. On Ninth Avenue South, beginning at the East line of Eighth Street South; thonco West along Ninth Avenue South to Ninth Street South. On Ninth Street South, beginning at Ninth Avonue South; thonco North along Ninth Street South to Fifth Avenue South. On Fifth Avonue South, beginning at Ninth Street South; thence East to the Weat line of Eighth Streot South. nnld Improvements having been constructed under contract be- twoen tho City of Humboldt, Iowa, and P. «, M. Stone Co., Inc. of Humboldt. lown, that the City Council has caused to be prepared a proposed plat and schedule of assessments, show- Ing each lot, part of lot, and parcel of ground subject to assessment for the coat and ex- penfle of said Improvements, together with the names of tho owners thereof, aa nearly as may be, and a description of eaoh piece of property and the amount whloh It la proposed to assess against eaoh auoh property. Tho City Council has examined and given consideration to said proposed plat and schedule of aaaessments, and finding the same to be In their Judgment correct, equitable and In BXOpor- tion to the benefits conferred upon each property, and In accordance with the lawa of the State of Iowa, and the prior proceedings of the City Counoll, has tentatively adopted said propoaed plat and schedule of assessments and has caused the same to be placed on file for public examination In the office of the City Clerk, when they are now on file and may be aeon by any Interested person. You are further notified that If you have any objections to any assessment*, or the method of making the aaaeaaments, or to the prior proceedings of the Counoll In oonneotlon with said Improvements, and objeot to any assessment beoauae of any errors. Inequality, Irregularity or Illegality, you may file suoh objections In writing, with the City Clerk at any time within twenty days after the flrat publication of this notice. You are further notified that after the expiration of said twenty day notification period and on the asrd day of January, 1967, at 8:00 o'clock P.M., C.S.T., the City Counoll will meet at the City Of floe, Humboldt, Iowa, for th* purpose of reviewing suoh objections as may have been filed with the City Clerk within the stipulated time limit, at whloh time and plaoe the plat and schedule of aaaeasmenta may ba amended and adopted, or adopted as proposed, and the assessments made by resolution of the City Counoll. Published by order of the City Counoll ot Humboldt, Iowa, bates of flrat publications December 28. 1988. and December 31, 1986. Laat date of filing objections January Ig, 1987. Harold Soltwok City Clark R-40-3 1-36-3 Friday evening visitors at tne Donald Pedersen home were an aunt and uncle of Mr. Pedersen's, Mr. and Mrs. Russel Barnes, of Spencer, Iowa. Miss Wanda Rutz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Warren Rut«, Is visiting with Mrs. Margie Redman at Cowrie until New Year's. Yule season celebrated by Ottosen residents Livestock Auction Livestock Auction Humboldt Cornbelt Livestock Exchange Itriey SfU-Wti Uri Sucktr-Fitdir CittU Silt feck f iiirfiy * 1:00 Ml. Skere Local HOBS, ikeeo. Cattle an*] ( Few CeMlasjManti el Wat- tarn Cattle. We Sell All (N Our locally COM loses) Livestock Ahaas) of Our Wa»*»rn Cattle. If Yew Have livestock Te Sell, PUe.e Call Celled. We WewU •a Mate Than Clae* la Visit Yew Perm ami Dl*cw«f Yew Mar- kelln ( •re»le»*. FRI! APFtAISAL NQ OBLIGATIONS. Te Teha Advantage of 0* f «t|(i»}y« 44verti«l>« Prefre*. Fleaie Have yew Cen«lt«n«.a|» lit** 1 Wl* U* iy »i»4ay IWe 33|.|M4 , |«* 9 OTTOSEN-Christmas eve guests at the Donald Larsons were Mr. and Mrs. John Larson and sons of Swea City, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Jacobson and family, Mr. and Mrs, Conrad Johnson and sons, Arlan Jacobson, Ronald Vlnaas, and Mrs. Marie Johnson of Omaha, Neb. Christmas dinner guests at the Percy Watnems were Mrs. Pearl Hanson of Whittemore; Wanda Hanson of Keokuk: Mr. and Mrs. Ed Nessen and family of West Bend; Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Keith and Terry, Diane Poduska of Pocahontas; Mr. and Mrs. Dwlght Keith of Montezuma; and Mr. and Mrs. Merle Faulk and Monte of Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Von Bank of Rolfe were Christmas dinner guests at the Roy Telfords. Christmas guests at the Edward Malmins were Mr. and Mrs. Homer Betz and sons of Grimes; Mr. and Mrs. Martin Malmln and family of Minneapolis, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Nellsen of Tama; and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Malmln of Rutland. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Halsrud and family were Christmas eve guests of Mrs. Laura Halsrud at Bode. Week-end guests at the Antone Speichs were Mr. and Mrs. Norman Spelch and Michelle of Hampton; Arland Speich and David of Cedar Rapids; Ruth Speich of Ames, and Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Walston and Chuck of Gladbrook. Other Christmas dinner guests were Mr. and Mrs. Paul Berninghaus of Fort Dodge, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Speich and family of Algona. Christmas dinner guests at the Henry Olson home were Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Underberg and daughters of Fort Dodge, and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Anderson and family of Duncombe. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Pentlco were Christmas eve and Christmas day guests at the home of their son, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Pentico, at Bode. Other guests were Grover Latourelle and son, Roy. of Mapleton, Minn. > <• • Christmas dinner guests-at the Arthur Petersen home were Mr. and Mrs. Paul Thacker and family of Spencer; Mr. and Mrs. Jim Thacker and daughters of Gllmore City; Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Sorenson of Pocahontas, and Bob Thacker of Wartburg. Christmas dinner guests at the DeVere Newton home were Mr. and Mrs. Donald Newton and family and Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Newton of Humboldt, and Mrs. Tlllle Lennlng of Dakota City. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Cooper and family and Mr. and Mrs. Mike House of Fort Dodge, and Mrs. Essie Cooper were Christmas eve guests at the Donald Coopers. Christmas night supper guests at the Fred Kampens were Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Shlflett and family of Humboldt. Mr. and Mrs. Mere! Ludwig and family of Rutland. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Kampen and sons, and Mrs. Annie Lelst, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Enockson were Christmas eve guests at the Merlin Anderson home at Fort Dodge. Ann Ludwig of Des Moines spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clem Ludwig and family. Monday they were Christmas dinner guests at the Michael Scott home at Burt. Mrs. Jack Strickland of Fort Dodge spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Tofteberg. Christmas day they were pot-luck supper guests at the Mike Hinz home at Lu Verne. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Wehrspann and Roger were also supper guests. Mr. and Mrs. Allan Watnem and family were Tuesday night visitors at the Robert Waechter home at West Bend. Mr. and Mrs. Terry Lee and sons of Iowa City spent the week end at the Oliver Lee home at Rutland. Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Worby and daughters were also Christmas dinner guests. Christmas dinner guests at the Kermit Fowlers were Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Meyer and children of Algona; Mrs. Mark Fowler, Edna and Stanley, of Humboldt; and Mr. and Mrs. James Fowler and family. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Helle- leth of West Bend wen Christmas dinner guests of Mrs. Clara Solberg, Mr. and Mrs. Laurel Worster were Christmas dinner guests at the home of her mother, Mrs, Anna Honn, at Humboldt. Mr.andMrs. Richard Krause, Shelly and Shawnna, of Lu Verne, and Mr, and Mrs. Louis Jacobs son and family wen Christmas eve supper guests at tne Ed* vardZlBMls. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kiw» Oliver KlAMtho. Mr, and Mrs, R«» OrOM tad family of Am«s tpm ttw we«k end at the FahoyOroM home. Mr*. Howard Ktomnw and Susan of New Provident*, and Mr. and Mrs. Allan Wehropotn and family were Monday night supper cuests at the Raymond Wehrspann home at Whittemore. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Lone visited Mrs. L. 0. Short at the Spencer Hospital Monday afternoon. Monday nlfht they attended the Ayrshire school Christmas pro* gram. Eleanor Movick of Algous and Mr. and Mrs. I. E. Movfck wen Christmas eve supper guests at the Howard Thompsons. Mrs. W. G. Cooper and Mrs. Essie Cooper visited Mrs. Caroline Teliord and Mrs. Dolly Stacker at the Good Samaritan Rest Home at Pocahontas Thursday. Friday they visited Ruth Shipley and Lynn Star In at the County Farm and were coffee guests at the Hollis Cooper home. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Cooper and sons and Mrs. Essie Cooper were Christmas dinner guests of Mrs. Robert House at Fort Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. E. 0. Koehl and Douglas of Hancock, Minn.; Arnold Koehl of Minneapolis. Minn.; and Mr. and Mrs. Ward Werpy of Morris, Minn., and the Victor Banwart family were Sunday night supper guests at the James Banwarts. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Telford visited his mother, Mrs. Caroline Telford, at the Good Samaritan Rest Home at Pocahontas Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bentley of Fairbank, and Will Slttler of Humboldt, were Monday dinner guests at the Ralph Richards. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Coylewere Christmas eve supper guests at the Donald Brandholj home at Bradgate. .Mrs. Coyle attended vesper services with them. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Madsen and children of Sheffield, spent their Christmas vacation at the Chester Alme home. Christmas day the Madsens were guests at the home of bis mother, Mrs. John Madsen. Strait-Kinney MaurkoMcGttf ctltbrattd anniversary LIVERMORE-Mr. and Mi's. Maurice McGee celebrated their 2Sth wedding anniversary December 27, 1966. They wen married in St. Joseph's Cathedral at St. Joe, Mo., December 27, 1941, by Rtv. Charles S. Snowland. They are (he parents of one daughter, Patricia. McGee, of Humboldt. Mrs. McGee Is the daughter of Mr. tad Mrs. John Lynn of Fort Dodge. Maurice is the son of Ambrose McGee of Milford, Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Goerndt and family of Des Moines; Mr. and Mrs. Harold Frederick, aad Mr. and Mrs. Daryl Frederick and family were Christmas dla- ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Frederick. Randy Goerndt Is visiting a week with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Frederick. Rev. and Mrs. Schlie of Hubbard were Monday night sapper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rutz. Dean GJerstad of Ames spent Christmas night with Richard Fullerton. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Schrieber of Ottoaen, and David and Brad Schrieber of Humboldt visited Mrs. Maggie Schrieber Monday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice McGee were Christmas dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. BillNunamaker. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Schuttx and Denny and Mr. and Mrs. Dale Joiner and Sharon visited Mr. and Mrs. Gary Schulti and Jay at Hudson Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Hanson visited Tlllle and Nellie Hanson at Fort Dodge Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Alan Adams attended a coffee Thursday at the Farm Bureau Office in Humboldt. Mr. and Mrs. Alan Adams went with the MYF carroling group Thursday night. Mr. and Mrs/Harry Dolder and family of Iowa City visited Thursday and Friday with Hairy Clark and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Dolder and David. in Des Moines GILMORE CITY-OUnne Strait of Des Moines and Barten Kinney, also of Des Moines, wen united In marriage at 5 p.m, Saturday, December 17, at St. John's Lutheran Church in De* Moines. Dianoe Is the daughter of Mrs. Fern Strait of Gilmon City and Barten Is the son of Mrs. Eleanor Kinney of Des Moines. They will make their home In Des Moines where both are employed. Pvt. Michael B. Wallace, son of Mrs. Helen Wallace, Is home on leave from the Army over Christmas. He has been stationed at Fort Lee, Va,, and has been attending quarter master light weight equipment repair school. He will return to Fort Lee. Va., December 30. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Ennen and family were Christmas day guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Klrchhoff in Humboldt. Mr. and Mrs. Odlne Milling and family spent the Christmas week end with Mrs. MUlang's sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Danielson, at DeWltt Iowa. On Monday, they visited relatives and friends in Fulton, HI. Mrs. Gertrude Boss returned with them to spend a few days in Gllmore City. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Boon and family of Davenport and Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Dornath and boys of Fort Dodge wen guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Boon over the holidays. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Skow and family, who an visiting from Sacremento, Calif., and Mr. and Mrs. John Skow were Sunday guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Skow. Karen Skow is also home tor the holidays from her studies at A.I.B. U Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs, Keith Skow, Mark and Sally of Byron, Minn., were week-end visitors with Mrs. SkoWs parents, Mr. and Mrs, Elmer Nam, tad with otter relatives In the area. Mr, and Mrs, Gerald Riot and boys, Mr, and Mrs. Chet Neal aid tommy Stoulil of storm Lake were dinner guests MOB- day at UM home ol Mrs. UU Neal. Mr. and Mrs. Sydney Lottian, Paul as4 Carol, wtn Christmas day dinner guests at tne hone ol Mrs, He)M Mai* (» Palwr. Other IV** vet* Mr. and Mr*. Hoy Jacobsoa of Otto***, Mr. •oi Mrs. Nick poFrwriwi of DM MoisM n* Mr, wTatrt, Paul U£ta* of fern Lake, Carol LottM n*m|B i^*n ^^iMsr CktalMip.vfrDK.2l THOR-Thor Community Women's Club held their annual Christmas party and meeting at Thor hall Wednesday afternoon, December 21. Mrs. Joe Olsw and Mrs. Martin Anderson wen the hostesses. Following a short business meeting, a program was held and announced by Mrs. Lloyd Abrams. Mrs. Sampson Opheim gave devotions and read the Christmas story; Gary Beck presented a Christmas skit; and Mrs. Joe Opheim gave two Christmas readings, singing at Christmas carols was enjoyeoby all with Mrs. Joe Opheim accompanying on the piano. Christmas bingo was played for recreation, and lunch with a Christmas theme served by the hostesses. A Christmas theme was carried out in the decorations. It was decided at the tmstnens meeting to sponsor card parties in January and February. Mrs. Merlin Fischer entertained her birthday dob at a Christmas coffee Wednesday afternoon. Present were Mrs. Amos Hill of Hardy; Mrs. Roger Holton, Mrs. Robert Klichbof. Mrs. Kenneth Presler. Mrs. Clyde Smith, and Mrs. Richard Severson of Bradgate. Guests were Mrs. Senate Erslasd of Phoenix, Arli., and Mrs. Paul Moklebust of Sauk Center, Miss, Mrs. Jack Lee entertained at a party Wednesday afternoon in honor of the fifth birthday ol her son, Roger. Guests were Snarl Morgan, Shari Stensland, Lisa Willard, Steven UkkelsosI Darla Hutchinson. MarkKnutsos. and Maureen fokheim. The children appeared on Dick Johnson's birthday television program at KVFD in Fort Dod after which they returned ta Lee home lor refreshments. CerfttH Smith oiterttiMf it

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