The Humboldt Independent from Humboldt, Iowa on January 7, 1967 · Page 2
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The Humboldt Independent from Humboldt, Iowa · Page 2

Humboldt, Iowa
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Saturday, January 7, 1967
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Mrs. Cfttrtote •JWMM •( aWe *M»WRC«« ffc* •*- t •' fcer eV»fM»r, M*r*fo, to Dmnlt WW. sen of Mr. W Mr*. ff«rv*r Wfll •/ L» Verne. A Jete s«**»f weeVinf it Miss Bjontaii fi • e*«eWf* of Twin "iver* High Scnoof M ftWe. WtfUs « IM3 awtWe of L« Verne Hlyk Scfcoof, l«* etfeneW Wetferf CeHee* of Forotf City hr two yewt, W i» now e secMte* ye*r ituefetf of Star* Colby* of /ewa, CeeW Fflh 'A* will »» feevlnf for ji« moatkt Arfy *«* *• Air N»ti*"s! Sworrf in Te«« »nd Mit»i*»}fpi i» Mere*. Social Caloadar Coorfoty of SltVEtS FUNERAL HOME Mrs. Richard Tirol aad family. Mr. aad Mrs. Richard Foth ana family of Bode, Mr. and Mrs. Al Fott and family, and Mrs. L. B, Kefcfaan of Waukan, vere Christmas supper guests at Mrs. %•_*%_ c* »*>.«. MONDAY, JANUARY 9 Toe Monday dab vfll meat , M & i.^- ^ PIM.. Ma^Av* "^ AV.W* •—~—--— at vne nome oi-|BUJt AIUB* T sen at 2 pjn. "Mrs. Helen deals hostess. ..-•••.? Eastern Star Chapter meets. AmericaB Legion Auxiliary meets. TUESDAY, JANUARY 10 Royal Neighbors Lodge meets atl.O.O.F.Hal. Worttwntk Qob meets at the nome'otUrs.Bct»GriflB. WEDNESDAY, JAJTCARY 11 Beaver Ladies Odb vffl hold a pot-luck sapper at S-.SO pja. «t Beaver Commaaity Center. Bwffl be Family XigW, HamtoUt DseUcate Bridge CUb meats at lamboMt Trust aad Saviacs Bank. Women's Relief Corp meets. Women's MJssfeaary Society of ia* Fifib As«ase Sssttt Chare* meets. Rebecca Circle: Dmfloas, Jeaa Eastmaa; program, Bomat Bjonsaa; host- en, San Bitee; co-bosatss, Lomise Wefcb. Clara Circle: Devotions, Edas GaBovar; pro- mm, Faff* Tabor; hostess, LO- Uaa Geariac co-hostess, Oir- 1** Jotaks. A. L C. meets for annual dinner. Hostesses, Gtdnerera, AC- aes, aad Oar*. * Tteaswttl dinner of the A.LC. %01 be keM at fcSO pja. at (at borne of Joste Helviek of Bsm- TUTJBSDAy.JAMUARTlt fiaaataaaal ^ pja.attat . Mrs. Molly Fott and Mrs. L. B. Keicbaa attended the Thnl-EIbert wedding at St. Jot December SS. Mr. and Mrs, Willis Hellick- •oa of Homboidt; Mr. ami Mrs. Dick Ebrbardt and family of Manson; Mr. aad Mrs. Jerry Wlttam aad Breate; Mrs. Fern Pttte at ^ ftrtati •I « tftttr Aft Cl* marts at U3P • Coartfaoast. ftrt- eMcttalMd ttwir vtves rt ill «yst*r s»«v Monday erentaf M Me Rrt MattoA, A (Urn a*d a social . and Mrs. Harold Bosvorth, BO! and Jim, ol Alfooa: Mr. lid MM. John Wtenre ofHaroboWt; Ud aiaabtth of Concordla Col- teM to St. Patd, were Cnrlstmu *ve sower {vests at Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Wtchres, Mr. and Mrs. Paul MeKibben »Utt*d Mr. an) Mrs. Gilbert Saadven in Humboldt Thursday aittit. Otber r»sts were Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Hoffmann, Mr. and Mrs. Uvi Sandven, and Mr. and Mrs. DM Nevton and family. Father Don Smith of Ocden; Frances BordweU and Richard; aad Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Smith aad family of Lu Verne vere Christmas dinner tuests at Mrs. Johanna Smiths, to the evening, Ellen tad Dale Armstrong were visitors. Christinas dinner guests at Mr. aad Mrs. Art Carlsons vere Mr. and Mrs. Don Klley, Mr. and Mrs. Dtaa Carlson of Rutland, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Carlson aad Dtonis of Ft. Dodge, and Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Wagner and Rhonda of Webster City. Mr. and Mrs. John Pemjulst, Denny. Mary, and Jane, and Mr. andMrs. Paul MeKibben and family vere Christmas eve sapoer pests at the Dorothy Malkmas home. Mr. and Mrs. Don Klley entertained Christmas sapper nests Mrs. Ray KQejr of Eai> Grove, Mr. and Mrs. Perry Slat* keu and family of HomboWt, Mr. aad Mrs, Fred Bjornson of Dts Moines. and Mr. aad Mrs. John Klley of Corvith. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Anderson and family spent Christmas day with Mrs. Anna Kelson at Humboldt. RfMtlVM MrtfftOJMv •Y Mfik Boratfi KtMif Motdiy, Dtctoa^tr 26 HARDY-Urs. Barbara Selling entertained relatives at dinner and lunch at her home the day after Christmas. Present vere Mr. and Mrs. Earl Wer- linj, Cindy aad Debbie, of Hardy; Mr. aad Mrs. Harold Mc- Burnty and daughters, aad Mr. aad Mrs. Paul Attain of Ham- boldt; Mrs, Anna Baumgartner, and Mr, and Mrs, Robert Nelson and Larry ot Renwtok. Lanch guests at the Levta Johnson home Friday event* folfovtng the Christ mas program at the Trinity Lutheran Church were Mr. and Mrs, Bennte Ersland and Rick of Phoenix. Arl- toM; Mr, and Mrs. Davit) Mandsager of Stoux Falls, South Dakota; Pastor and Mrs. Ernest Quiam ot Thor; and Mr. and Mrs, L. L. Mandsager. Rick Ersland was an overnight guest with his cousin, Alan Johnson. Mrs, Leonard Madison of GoldftaM and her son, Roger Madison, ot Glendale, California, vere coffee guests Tuesday forenoon at the home of Mrs. Anna Potter and Carroll. Mrs. Evelyn Mack, Miss Pearl Lockvood, and Mrs. Alma Pugsley of Hardy; Mr. and Mrs. Arnold D. Clark. Rochelle, Jennifer, and Colette ot Spencer; Mr. and Mrs. Dale Lockwood. and Mr. and Mrs. Milford Smith of Burt were dinner guests Christmas day at the home of Mrs. Elsie winter in Burt. Mrs. Gudrun Andersen, Mr. and Mrs. Artie Andersen, Jena and Karen, David A*on, and Bernie Bjorfclund attended the Siemens family Christmas gathering at the Bernard Siemens home at Gotdfleld Tuesday. December 27, and a dinner and lunch vas served. LeRey Thompsons hosted children on Christmas eve HARDY-Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Thompson had all ot their children and their families for Christmas eve supper. Those from out of town vere Mr. and Mrs. Larry Cameron, Curtis and Cody, of Eagle Grove; Mr. and Mrs. Roger Thompson, Ciody, Connie, Colleen, and Randy, of Lu Verne; Mr, and Mrs. Marvin Thompson and Jeff, and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Wanken and family of Renvtek. Evening guests at the Clarence Meyers home December 81 vere his parents and his sister and family including Mr. and Mrs. George Meyers, and Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Helviek and family of Bradgate; and Butch Hefty of La Verne. The occasion vas Gary Meyer's 17th blrtbday. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Tores- dahl, Keith and Kara, and E. G. Oppedahl spent Christmas day at the home of his mother, Mrs. Ida Toresdahl, in Eagle Grove. Other guests vere Mr. and Mrs. Ovid TorAfldahl and family of Webster City, and Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Bjorklund of Eagle Grave. Uff" ptrty ftr THOR-4v«ior Luther League met Sunday evening with Mary Berhow as chairman ot the program, which was followed by group discussion. John Ophelm and John Allen Morgan sang "Sw«t Hour ot Pr»yer," to close the program. Stephen Op- helm was In charge of games and lunch was served by Mary Berhow, John Ophelm. and Lynn Charleson. A skating party was planned for January 10. at a Ft. Dodge rink. Mr, and Mrs. U-^oyn Swnsland and Mr. and Mrs John Morgan were the advisors present. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Wergeland entertained at a buffet supper New Years day in honor of the 16tti birthday of their daughter. Glemia. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Carrold Wergeland and family of Humboldt, Mrs. John 1 Dornath, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Wergeland Sr., Mr. and Mrs. John Carter and girls, and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Knutson and sons. The birthday of Mrs. Irvln Tokhelm was observed with a dinner at the Tokheim home New Years day. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kerch of Eagle Grove, Lynette Bohonek of Fort Dodge, Mrs. Christine Anderson, David Tokheim, Hans Rasmussen of Goldfield, and Normin Sklye of Hard)-. Harry Crovisier and Betty Ann were guests at the James Mall- ings r home at Fort Dodge Christmas eve. Larry Davis of Eagle Grove accompanied them. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Nervlg spent a few days over the Christmas week end at the home of Dr. and Mrs. Ronald Nervlg at Traverse City, Mich. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Carter and Sabrlne of Fond du Lac. Wis.. visited from Friday until Monday at the John Carter home. Mr. and Mrs. L. \v. Waldron of Webster City visited Saturday night and Sunday at the Me In- herd Dornath home. Mrs. John Dornath was also a guest at dinner Christmas day. Michael Dornath went home with theWal- drons to spend the Christmas vacation. Victor Lottie Jr. of Buffalo, New York, arrived Friday for a several days' visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Lotto Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Ron Baker and son of MaryvUle, Mo., are also making a visit with the Lotties and with relatives in Eagle Grove. On Christmas day, the Lotties and their visitors were dinner guests at the Stanley And- erson home at Humboldt, Mr, and Mrs, Roger Holtoft and children left Wednesday for a few days' visit at the home of D;*, and Mrs. Robert Foster , Jit. 10 ^Pecorah, Mrs. Infer Bakke Discussed loiter Sod __-?tadTlll ; aBj» Verm vere Christmas dinner guests at tat Joe Ehraardthome. Myrtle SUltx, Greg and David, visited Mrs. Ray Fitch Friday oa her 10th Birthday at the Good Samaritan Home ia Al- goaa. Myrtle SUta aad Wayne Jones of Bart vere Christmas dinner guests at Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Burts at Featon. Tney also visited Mr. and Mrs. Ray Fitch at tat Good Samaritan Home in BUSINESS and WOFESSKJNSl 7»ad Mrs. Dean Paeper visited Mr. aad Mrs. George Markman at Hardy Friday afternoon. Ivaa Larson o( Ames: Mr. aad Mrs. Ron Loesca and farntty of Albert Lea; and Battle Miner vere Christmas diaatr guests at Mr. aad Mrs. Herman tar- Locals Mr. aad Mrs. Bosald Zeattsa sad SOB, Todd, of Uatoa, UL. vere veek-«adgatstsatmeboea> of their parents. Mr. aad Mrs. Ftoyd Cohtfl aed Mr. aad Mrs. C. Izeattaa. Mr. aad Mrs. J. E. Col»en sad family, Mr. aad Mrs. Jobm Powwe aad family. Mr.aadMia. Robert Bfles and famfltr. Mr. sad Mrs. Wayne Jwrntag* aad tamDy of BamboUl; Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Zeatta. aadTobd of Oaka, nu aai Mrs. Mary lW»W«»5flf^T»M ~ vere Ckriatmas jsattatFtoj ~ Barthoeaes. Mr. aad Mrs. Artaar Clark sad Mr. aai Mrs. BobertClaife aas faarf; had Nev Years. HUUBOLOT CITT OFFICIALS J*u II. SU*v«. Mayor R*roU Solb«ak. City CUrk L. V. OlektMOn. Chl«f of Polio* •ob«rt B. T. Newton Nonum M. Mo Arthur JOHN EDWARDS tEAL ESTATE ntOKEB PABM MANAGEMENT US-lMl ben CODMTY OFF1CULS Attoravy. John M»n»fl»ld Auditor. Oiln N«l»oo Aa««»or. MuU Pblltlp* CUrk o* Coort. A. B. OovtUoh Ea«tzM*r. V.rnoo Mlllrr R«oord*i. B««h«r J. BubU Sh*rltf, MmnrtB And«r»«n Sop«rlBU8d*Bt, Harold Grtut- B«r Tnmmm*. PhyllU Chrl»Un«»B Coroa*r. Dr. J. H. Coddta(toa DAKOTA CITY TOWN OFFICIALS OrvllU Knodion, Mayor Jody A. Tkomp«on, Town CUrk CouBollmtn DaU Bbodaa J«rry L. C«on« Robert Myora Marvin Barhow Bobart Orllllo JAQUA * MANSFIELD LAWYERS OLSON ABSTRACT CO. EaU 8. Der m-UM MaaiaeaH la. CBUBCH PASTORS Mathadlat Caorcli Dr. VT Mocri* KIUa< JUv. 8. H. BaJBBar Caacmatloaml Bav. rraaola P. Burr Ou Savloor'a L»th»t»n Bar. L.. C. J«n«on Bav. Arthui M»nt«om«ry fl». Maty'a Catholic Maulcaor J. E. Tolaa • mnUi Day AdvaatUt Buaaall Johnaoo Zlon Latfcaraa Cborc* Ulaaotttl Syaod. SO* No. Taft and Bcavar Townahlp Bav. Lairy Kudart Fifth Avaaua Bapllat Bav. Canotl Erlokaoa CIVIC AND SEBVICE ORGANIZATIONS Chamber of CoB«area T. P. Welch. Praaldtat Rotary Club Maaoa Kalcbt. Praaldaat' KiwaaU Club BUar Haaa«a, Pr«aW»»t Lloaa Clab . T. P- Valob. Praaiaaat Jayeaca CbarU* Haaiabaa, Ptaa- daat Tka Aaarfaa* Jaka Vaa Hawi, C»«»a«4ar DM. ROVBLAXD Otflc* H*«r* •• orttc* Cmllm Otn«« DR. E. P. HANSEN OPTOMETRIST »:M to U:M !:•» to 5:*» DaO* FrMay Evealag 1:M to »:M Cleee4 Thireday AflenMoa Paeae SSMM1 SISSON NURSING HOME BefMered Nane to Charge Can of Aged, CMraleeceBt utt ot Story City accompanied them and will spend the rest of the winter with the Fosters. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Ophelm and children of Stuart spent Christmas at tho Maurice Op- helm home, Mrs. Dale Garn- Jobst and son of Spirit Lake spent Monday and Tuesday at the Opheim home. Mary Guam ot St. Olaf College at Northfteld. Minn., Is spending the Christmas vacation with her parents, Pastor and Mrs. Ernest Quam, Her roommate, GinnyStoneofMlnneapoHs, Minn., came home with her for a few days' visit. 'Mrs. Floyd Thompson of Fort Dodge spent a few days over the Christmas week end at the Lynn Carter home. Mr. and Mrs. John Carter entertained at a buffet supper Christmas. Present were their houseguests, the Gary Carters and daughter of Fond du Lac. Wls.; Mrs. Floyd Thompson of Fort Dodge; Mr, and Mrs. Lynn Carter and sons; and Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Wergeland Sr. Mr, and Mrs. Ernest Thompson and family of Cowrie visited at the Art Wolf home Sunday evening, Larry Krouse of Englewood, Colo.: Neil Kuehnast of Louisville, Ky.; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kuehnast and family of St. Paul. Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Kuehnast of Fort Dodge; and Mr. and Mrs. Duane Love of Badger, visited at the Art Wolf home Monday afternoon. prtlimlnarits The V.F.W. Auxiliary met Wednesday night, January 4, at the home ot Mrs. Duane Saathoff. The evening was spent In preliminary preparations for the Easter Seal campaign. Lunch was served at the close of the evening by the hostess. As It was the social meeting (or the month, prizes were received by those finding the lucky numbers under their lunch plate. Hospital notes HUMBQLDT-Bert Looney was taken to Lutheran Hospital Sunday. Mrs. Waller Sampson was taken to Lutheran Hospital Wednesday. Mrs. Stella Sample, cared for at her home by her daughter, Mrs. Herman Dodd, suffered a second stroke since Thanksgiving and was taken to the Lutheran Hospital Tuesday morning. Mrs. Jessie Sllbaugh fell Thursday near the Congregational church and broke her hip. She was taken to the Lutheran Hospital. Mrs. Andrew Merrls Is a patient at Lutheran Hospital where she had surgery last Saturday. LIVERMORE-Mrs. Keith Logue has been a surgical patient at Mercy hospital In Ft. Dodge since Tuesday. Ntw offktrs for Friendly Birthday Clib HUMBOLDT-Mrs. Helen Dodd and Mrs, Irene Clark were co- hostesses Tuesday at the Dodd home when the Friendly Birthday Club held Its first meeting of the new year with the new officers assuming office. Outgoing officers were President, Johanna Dayj Vice President, Irene Clark; Secretary, Marie Adams; Treasurer, Jessie Sllbaughj and Card Committee, Pearl Ewoldt, Officers for 1967 are President, Irene Clark; Vice President, Johanna Day; Secretary. Marie Adams; Treasurer, Pearl Ewoldt; and Card Committee, Beulah Miller. The club is starting Its 44th year and plans to observe Its longevity at a spring meeting. Cora Terwilliger opened the meeting with a reading about the old Humboldt County courthouse which was written many years ago by a late Humboldt resident, Mary Pennewell. Plans were made for a valentine party which will be held at the home of Jessie SUbaugh, February 7 with each member bringing food for lunch. There will be a 25 cent gift exchange. Jessie SUbaugh had the program and awarded prizes to contest winners. The hostesses served a tray lunch. Xe-Hoor Nunteg Service SSM9U Settor ApplUnc* S*rric« Offers Ye« Coaifleto Major A»aUaac« Service—AU Makes C. B. Saiea 4k Service Mrs.JaUa ckOdreaaadtatir oa Ouristatas eve far * fwQr cHebradca. Qi Christaw day S|M w»» a eawt is tat ana* a! - am, DAVID w. HOVT Cenpltt* Health 8*rvir« Hour* *-ll ajm, J:M to • H. Spit*, iroker S*AL ESTATE . HWllsUNCK PAIN IOANS I4LL HAFNEIl *aa> f^^j ^^f ^^^^^^^^^ *t *• f MeMtMaat* ns-tm Aero«a front H«f»«M« Tb«»Vr« DR. K, G, PRIDE YOU WOULD SEE LOWER FOOD PRICES IN 1967... YOU'D SEE BETTER SERVICE AND BETTER SELECTION .. .IN FACT YOU WOULD SEE EVERYTHING YOU SAW LAST YEAR... YOU'D SEE... CD D V 5

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