Aramctd bttrothtl Mr. eW Mrs. ftttsaff E. JeAftion of MimftoMf ormo«mct *• Mff»fMwnt a* fttoir eWffttor, $•»«« K«y. fo 0«nnif L»« Cfci*. IM *f Mr. «*4 Mr*. LM E. Cferk of Fort Dcx/»*. No rfafe IM* Is** Mt for A* wWrfinf. Mist JaimsM, • 19M fr**mto of HwsocWf Co««unify Mia* Sdw*/, wfH Mf«r Fort Dorfe* Cowavmfy Co//«o« noxf *MMsf»r. Cfork, w*« offoWW Norfftwttt NioA Scfcoof of aWnw»>, Jawa, is OMoJojrW of Cor/'s Borfy one/ F«ndtr Shop of Added 'The Right to Bear Arms' to library «1a» Wgat to Beer Arms" by Cart Bakal has beaa added to tt* Hoteldt Pattte library's trovanlal book. tteaattorpre- •site Us ease agalaat lac right 9! •varyoas to on a gaa» Mr. Bafcal to aot agatost goat, fcr at every aatf of are bitted, ertp- tojandbrfin- Wabb Ua to at Tata to at cation of patterns of pressed glass oiliertltile as sets as weQ as ladrrtdoal pieces for table decoration. A new historical novel. "Witt Horisoa," a Revolutionary War novel fined with adventure and romaaci by F. Van Wyek Mason has also beta added. Wtth tt» American troops facing defeat, Ueataaaat Colonel John Sevier brings a plan for the Patriots to more west and form their ova free country. "Wild Hori- toaf describes rat eipadition of these bands of men and woman as they moved wtatvard. More ntw books for children are BOW ready for reading af- &J*»»tii Maraa has*? to* art ** tmt»::. : .-m ^a^^kanBaaaatf'' aaaavl teathes how to pr of QMS omu **--" IM IM wC w* and . , aad torma art used and enlatoed. The seleetloa. «•» aid ear* of art materials to also dlscvssed. Children of Middle years win tajov "The Hapw Orphellne" by Natalie Savage Carlsoa. This book Is set in aa orphanage out- tide Paris where to orptieltnes live ta contentment. Tnelr only toar is the thought of being a- donttd. Wtwa one orphan is lost and Is fowd by the pretender to the throne of Frame, It takes all her imagination to keep the G>*en from adopting bar. A new science fiction book by Patricia Wrlghtaon is named "Down to Earth," George and Cathy were carious about the new t»y the first time they saw bin In a neighborhood crowd. They could never guess his identity. Only by slow degrees dW they finally discover that the boy was a viaitor from outer space. Their efforts to protect .him from an unbelieving world during his stay makes an original story. PE2 Ron Warren spent 16-day leave at home BRADGATC-PE2 Ronnie Warren arrived home December 17 to spend a 16-day furlough with his mother, Mrs. Irene Hemerson. He reported back January 2 at Fort Monmouth, New Jersey, where he attends radio school. Mrs. Phyllis Daniels and children of Wayne. Neb., spent about 10 days of the holiday season with her mother, Mrs. Esther Curry. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Jacobs took roe turkey and all the trimmings and spent Christmas «ve with Mr. and Mrs. Holland Jacobs of Fort Dodge. Mrs. Holland Jacobs and baby daughter bad come home from the hospital that day, but tne baby son had to stay another week. The twins were born December 18 and have been named Janelte Marie and Stephen Doran, Mrs. Esther Curry entertained for Christmas dinner on Tuesday. Guests included Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Johnson and family, and Mr. and Mrs. George Curry and family of Rutland: Mr. and Mrs. Owen Curry and family of La Verne; Mr. and Mrs. Howard Curry and family of Bode; and Mr. aad Mrs. Jerry Curry of Iowa City. During the afternoon, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Curry of Monroe, La., called and visited with me family. Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Johnson «IK} family spent Christmas day with Delmar's mother, Mrs. Francis Baker, of Pocabontac. All seven of tne Johnson children and their families were to- f ttt (to) Ural tint to MV« aid Mrt.ftet«*HJMot« CatMtoM da> wMh Mrs. Lore* Dattoto of Mr. aid MM.I*fa*f4 spant Monday thro«t« vhtttoi Mr7a»t Mrs, and aoa of Oolambtts, Ohte. Christmas day guests at (to) Gordon Bent home ware Mr. and Mrs. Allen Knuta and boys of Dow», Mr. and Mrs. Ray pavWofGUmoreCI^.Mr.SS Mrs. Stanley Laaning and family of Spencer, and Pvt. Ronnie tanning, home on furlough. Craig Wilson on furlough from sorvico RUTLAND-Cralg WU»n ta spending his furlough from tne service with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Pete Wilson, of Rutland. Miss Darlene Bonde returned home Thursday from the Mercy hospital after a tonsllectomy. Ronald Vesterby of Tens spent Christmas eve at the Joy Vesterby home. Mrs. John Airman of Gtlmore City visited Opal Kramer Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Taylor spent Monday with their son and family, Norman Taylors, at Storm Lake. Mr. and Mrs. R. Berkhlmer of Humboldt called on Opal Kramer Saturday afternoon. Karl Baesslers celebrated 45th anniversary LIVERMORE-Mr. and Mrs. Karl Baessler celebrated their 45th wedding anniversary December 13, 1966. They attended a concert at Renwick. Keith Baessler's band dedicated the song, "Carillons at Christmas Tide," to them. They went to Keith's bouse for refreshments afterwards. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Locner of Iowa City and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Layton were at Mr. and Mrs. Vince Dyers Christmas night. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Pooch visited Mr. and Mrs. John Zelmet Monday afternoon. Kaz Koiajda spent his Christmas vacation wim his mother. Helen, and sisters, Barbara ana Mary. Kaa attends collage at Ames. Mr. and Mrs. Curt Fox and Becky visited Monday with Mr. and Mrs. John Chrlstensen at Bradgate. Richard Fullerton, Jean Els- enbarth, and Sara Usher of Ottosen returned to Cedar Falls Monday evening, where they attend SCL MraYOtto BearAaHy of Wit* «oMto attended her mother's, Mrs. Myrtle SHtta. wedding, wMah was Janaary t. at the Presbyterian clmreh In Liver- Kenneth Sohwendemann of Des Molnes was a Tuesday supper nest of Mr. and Mrs. Butt Schwendamann. Mr. and Mrs. B*rt Schwenda- mann were New Years dinner and saner tuests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sohwemtamanna at Fort Dodge. Mr. and Mrs, JohnHohnberger visited Mr. and Mrs. John Zel- met Sunday evening. Mrs. Lawrence Hauok stayed with the Wallace Hauck children while Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Hauck were in Iowa City, while their son, Robert, had ear surgery. Joe Underberg and Dean of Ft. Dodge visited from Saturday night until Monday morning with Mr. and Mrs. Keno Underberg. Mr. sod Mrs. Dean Paeper visited Mr. and Mrs. Verlln Cressler at Newell Christmas Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hints were Christmas dinner guests at Mr. and Mrs. Allan uarbys at Lu Verne. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Malkmus and family spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Walt Leonard at Lime Springs. Mr. and Mrs. StanHisscynskyi of Ft. Dodge and Miss Katharine McKenna were Christmas dinner guests at Mr. and Mrs. Richard Dunphys. HumboUt will host Estfcervlo The Humboldt Community High School grapplers will host the Estherville matmen at the high school gymnasium Saturday evening in a non-conference meet that will begin with the Junior varsity squads at 6:30 p.m. and the varsity directly following. In eight outings, the Wildcat wrestlers have lost only one dual meet, that to Clarion, defending Class A State Champions, and have placed third in the Alden Invitational Tourney and second In the Belmond tourney. The 'Cats had a chance to view the Estberville grapplers at the Belmond tourney where the Estherville matmen placed last of eight participating teams with nine points compared to the second place finish of HHS with a total of T7 points. Estherville was not able to qualify anyone for the final round white Humboldt Qualified six and earned four Individual championships. During the tourney, Humboldt met Estnervine twice with each school registering a victory. Terry Daggy lost to Sundal of Estberville in the first round by a 18-3 decision and Jim Vln- sand won a 2-1 decision over Suma at 165 during the second round. READ THE WANT ADS ftChtrltt lehrs December 24 HAPDY-Mr. and Mr*. J. V. Seger were callers Christina* day afternoon at DM home of Mi parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Seger, IB Humboldt. The Segere went to Altona that evening, where they visited their daughter. Mr*. Charles Behr and son, at St. Ann's hospital. The baby was born December 84 and welched 7 pounds and 9 ounces. The Behrs now have (bur sons and one daufhter. A Christmas family gathering was held at the Ahrln Johnson home Monday evening and supper guests were Mr, and Mrs. Conrad Rosslng and family of Bode; Mr, and Mrs. Donald Johnson and Julie of Eagle Grove; Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Johnson, Kim, Regl, and Mary, and Mr. and Mrs. Amos Johnson of Hardy. Christmas day guests at the Jay Olson home were Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Klaessy of Chetek. Wisconsin: Mr. and Mrs. Richard Klaessy of Clinton; Don Klaessy of Davenport; Mr. and Mrs. Loren Olson of Des Molnes; and Mrs. Jennie Olson of Eagle Grove. Dinner and supper guests at the home of Mrs. Martha Larson Christmas day were Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Peterson, Richard and JoAnn; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mlchaelson, and Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Cathcart, Beverly and Gary. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Mlchaelson were also supper guests. Gregenen family observed Yule season Dec. 24 HARDY-A family gathering was held at the home of Mrs. James Gregersen in Humboldt Christmas eve and lunch guests were Mr. and Mrs. Gall Wlgans, Tommy and Laurl, of near Hardy; Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Gregersen, Steven and Ronnie, of Swea City; Mr. and Mrs. MarlynGreg- ersen and Jimmy of Rutland; Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Bruvlk and Krlsti, and Michael and Mavis Gregersen of Humboldt. A family gathering was held HEARING ACCURACY EXPLAINED IERRY HEARING AID CENTER Al praionl w» hov« no Mopra- ••ntatlva In HumboWt. Coll f«r i*rvlc« •? our oHIco, 4M Carver lulUlnfl, Foil D*4fM, To I. 573-7121 at the Edward Hertlf homj Christmas night and Mohguestf were Mr. and Mrs, CWfs Anderson and Dwlght of near Hardy) Mr, and Mrs. Gerald Anderson, Susan and Brad, of New Hampton: Mrs, Avis DDton and family, and MM, Mabel Anderson of Hum* boMtf Mr. and Mrs, Harold D. Hanssen, Clayton and Randy, of Renwick: and Mr, and Mrs, Clyde Smith and daughters of Thor. Mr. and Mrs, Fred Bottln, Ronald, Janice, Karen, and Larry, spent Christmas day at the home of his mother, Mrs. Frlte Bottln and family, at Lytton. Relatives spent Christmas day at the Arnold Wlgans home In Iowa City and Included Mr. and Mrs. Myron Clancy. Mr. and Mrs, Bruce Wlgans ana Mark, and Mrs. Ctaretta Wlgans of the Hardy area; Mr. and Mrs, LeRoy Weber. Jeffrey and Steven of Lu Verne; and Mr. and Mrs. Allen Wlgans, Timothy, Tracy, and Michael, of Cedar Falls. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Stevenson and Mary of Hardy; Mr. and Mrs. Larry Stevenson and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Stevenson, and Mr. and Mrs. Dean Relchter and daughter of Goldfleld were dinner guests Christmas day at the Harry Stevenson home in Goldfield. Margaret Brodale graduated from FBI December 16 BODE-Margaret Brodale. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ted Brodale, was one of the 54 members of the graduating class of Medical Laboratory Technicians from the Professional Business Institute of Minneapolis. Graduation exercises were held Friday, December 16, at the Joyce Memorial Methodist Church in Minneapolis. Miss Brodale has accepted a position at Washington, Iowa, Hospital beginning January 3. She will also be work- Ing part time at Mercy Hospital in Iowa City. Attending the graduation from Bode were Mr. and Mrs. Ted Brodale, Ted Brodale Jr., Mary Brodale, and Miss Emma Olson. Th* DuVoU City Hl«h School boy* d»f««l«d Plon- ••r 13-18 and th> Dakota City ilrli w«r» d*f«aUd by Pluniir 13-11 on Jan. |T> 19S4. S«« Don Lofu« (or FIRESTONE TIRES LOGUE TEXACO Hl|h.oy lef Ptiww 332-VVS9 new npervbor board dielrmoa Gordon Hoffman, democrat, of Ollmore City who was re-elected during the recent election at a Humboldt County supervisor from the Fifth District, has been selected as the new chairman of the Humboldt County Board of Supervisors. He replaces Marcus Holland of Bode, republican, who was reelected during the November 6 election as a supervisor from the Fourth District. Other supervisors are Henry Chrlstensen, republican, of Humboldt, First District; Marvin Sawyer, democrat, of Livermore. Second District; and Fred Engstrom Jr.. republican, of Renwlok, Third District. D«moM<ra«lm A Shawtaf •••UkfBllr u»llf1t« «k« whb- *«r*4i ••••*• r»« •»!•• with MON.. JAN. » 1 P.M. «a 4 P.M. •••ttk •*r*le« f«r •«•! Km Mvltca t« <••• hi. ACDIPHOXB CO* »O. 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