The Humboldt Independent from Humboldt, Iowa on January 21, 1967 · Page 6
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The Humboldt Independent from Humboldt, Iowa · Page 6

Humboldt, Iowa
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Saturday, January 21, 1967
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S •*- "^ *v -s^^^Sf-^ OttISM IWplft FltrMd lidistrlti To tt lUrioid Tfc« Cftwdfevstors w«H «pp««f &*for* fAfr ffuffonrf Cwn.-Tjunify C/«6 of 7.-J0 p.m. Wtrf- •«s«fcy, Jeooery J5, ef !&• Kathrnl scfcoo? feovs*. Mtmitrs of Me group or« Louie Gorgono, Stw Merfftt, iei-tto**,- Orct JoJinsen, i«rf»f Jbown os t/nc/e O/cfc of KVFD-TV, /tod; omf Bnrc* Tfct ?r«vp fos «pp*orW in /ow« and all $»rro»nding shifts. Louie and DicA fiov» Wen toftfiw 16 y*«n «r»ffc Sfv (fining f*» yrovp in ?%0 and Srvc* in 1963. TI» »****•$, which wilt t» op*n to *• pui/ic, wi/f c/$o f*oft/f« "Uncl* Diet' yvutt spcofor. RtfrtitiBHeitt will fc» f *r«W following th* program. as Ottosen Ladies Rural Club met L*dtes Tfaral Oab raet TtmrsdaT afttroocQ at the borne of Mrs, Eagcae Ho&as. Mrs, Mike Corle rave the les- soa aad Mrs. Edwsrd Zlaasl had tte recreation wtiicA was contests. Mrs, Handd Smdet of Alftrn Tisited her raofter, Mrs. Aoaa Lowsstt. McoJar aaeroooo. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Teltord were Sauciij after&ooa visitors at the Junes Jacobsons. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Nessec of Wesi Bead vere SffiJdar a%« supper gaests at the Percy Wat- aems, Mr. and Mrs. Loots Jacobsoa and tastily were Soaday dinner foests at OK Altao Wehrspann bom*. Mr. aod Mrs. Mite Coyle ien> Straday di&oer raests at tbebooe of tteir son. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Coyle, at Ln Verne, Mr. aod Mrs. Fred, Kampea «^e Toesdajr afleroooOktlsTterJF at the JotaSSelkeabomilGS- more City. Tnarsdar afterncoa they visited at toe Haas Kampea home at Laorcns. Mrs. Ofiaana Vlaaas spent (be T«^C ead at the T. N. Ropwss home at HanboWL Mrs. W. E. Hnndertmark ol West Bend -ns a Monday after- BOOB visitor at tae Ralph Rteh- ards. Mr. aod Mrs. E*rard Zinael vere StaxJay dlnaer gaests at tbe Richard Kraase hoow at La- Verae. Mr. an! Mrs, Arnold Brodale «ere Friday o%ht risitors at the home of Mrs. Clan SoJ- berg. direr Caristiansoo aad Mrs. Leahard BoidcD »«re Sta»- ity afterooofi visitors. Mrs. Wa Worster of Roife and Mrs. Laarti Vorster «ere Monday afier&ooa ilsttors at tt* com* of Mrs. Loran Daniel. Mr. aad Mrs. Antone Sk»lea wen Friday afiernoon visitor* at tte Robert Skieidi borne at Jasaes Slrathere •ras a Sunday Tisitor at the Bill WSllett Dome at WMllngtord. Mr. aad Mrs. Araos Hertt of Laarens ««re Sunday nlgtst visitors at tbe ooroe of Mrs, Beu- lati Adams. Mr. aad Mrs. Victor Meyer aad fcmily *«re Sbaday afternoon and supper guests at the Bob«rt Foersteoaa bosne at Looe Pock. Poor members of the American Lutheran Church wmennrertt to Lutheran Hospital at Fort Dodge Toesday to sew. Tbey •«re Mrs. Robert J. Le Mont. Mrs. Osarles Welter. Mrs. Eton- aid Csber azrf Mrs. Qetis Han- dertroark. These vfao sewed on the historical qprilt Tuesday at tt» home of Mrs. Essie Cooper wre Mrs. R. M. Hanson of Homboldt. Mrs. Roy TeJford. Mrs. Albert Ttsor- seo, Mrs. W. G. Cooper, and Naomi Srothers. Mr. and Mrs. Pad Kampen entertained Sunday oigbtatacard party. Mrs. Junes aad Randy Watoem had scores, and Mr. and Mrs. Allan Hatnem's sco| ( M>ere the near; ' Mrs. Sfcerman SHbaugh of HumboWt Tisited her mother, Mrs. Jennie Bratland, Sunday afternoon, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Wataetn and family of Humboldt were Saturday night visitors at the Percy Watnems. Mrs. Mark Fo»1er and Edna of Humboldt, Mr. and Mrs. Ed- $rar Mever and family of Algona, and Mr. and Mrs. James Fowler and family vere Sunday afternoon Tisitors at the Kermit Fooler home. Bonnie andBrenda. twin daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Jac- obsoo, celebrated their 13th birthdays Friday. Evening guests vere Mr. and Mrs. Richard and family of Lu- Verne. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Zinnel. Mr. and Mrs. Allan Wehr- spann and family and Paul Jac(Ason, The American Legion Auxiliary met Tuesday for an all day rag sew vim Mrs. Martin Meyer. Seven votnen attended. OtTOSEN-Mr. and Mrs. Get- aid Hoffman went to St. Petersburg, Fla., from Thursday until Sunday night. They toured <he Farmland Industries. Mr. Hoffman Is manager of the Farmer's Cooperative Elevator In Ottosen. Mr. and Mrs, S»m Kropf cared for the Hoffman children. The Maple Lawn Good Will Club held a pot- luck suppnr and card party Sunday night at the Norman Holland home. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Larson visited her aunt. Mrs. Anna Vln- aas In Des Molnes Wednesday. Mrs. Vinaas Is 85 years old. Mr. an<J Mrs. Paul Kampen attended the Inaugural Ball at Des Moines Thursday night. Mrs. ErlingMalmln and grandsons. Danny and David Bet*, and Mrs. Neal Olson visited Mrs, Helen Thacker at the Art Peter- svn home Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kinseth entertained at a card party Sunday night. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Paul Meyer of Putland, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Jacobson. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Jacot- son, Mr. and Mrs. James Jacobson, Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Worby, Mr. and Mrs. Allan Wehrspann, Mr. and Mrs. Dean Telford, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Olvtn Haug, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Thompson and Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Johnson. Mrs. James Jacobson had high score for women and Mrs. Louts Jacobsoo low. Paul Meyer had high score tor men and James Jacobson low. Mrs. Dean Telford had travel. Arthur Petersen and Edward Malmln flew to Florida over the week end to tour the Farmland Industries. Mr. Petersen represented the Bradgtte Elevator. Mrs. Dollie Nielsen returned home Thursday from Denver, Colo. Cothdk Daughters nut Wtdntsday, January 1) ST. JOE-Catholle Daughters of America Court, a, Joseph, mpt Wednesday evening. January U. with Mrs. N. J. Weydert. grand regent, presiding. Amendments adopted to the Constitution were read am! a dona- tlon to the National Conference of Catholic Charities vas made. The February meeting will be held Tuesday, February 7. Following the meeting, lunch was served and 500 was played. Receiving prizes were Margaret Fetdmtller and Mary Jane Orl- ger. Mrs. Sylvester Wagner receive*! the plate prize. The CDA Guest Night was held Sunday evening with a 6:30 pot- hick dinner followed by a social evening. Prizes in 500 were awarded to Mrs. Clarence Bormann and Dennis Holmes. Mrs, Ted Htlbert and James Schade received the door prizes. The Court's next public social events will be a card party Sunday even- Ing, February 19, at 8 p.m., and March 5. Hardy Mrs. Arthur Sklye entertained a birthday party at her home Monday, January 9, after school In honor of her son, Hal, whose eighth birthday was January 5. The guests were Hal's schoolmates and Included Brian Hunt of Corwlth; Gary Woodley. Kenny Hohensee, Mark Leach, of Goldfield: Larry Haverly, David Weinke, Curt Nelson, Lee Burras, Ricky Krause, and Ricky Soretnon of Renwtck; Ricky Rasmussen of Goldfield; and Larry Bottin of Hardy. Eileen Amorton was present aod helped Mrs. Skiye with the games. Mrs. Carl Spellmeyer, Cynthia and Brian, of Humboldt called late in the afternoon and were lunch guests. Tonight is Long Distance After 8 p -m. daily and all day Sunday you can call anywhere in 48 states for $1.00 or less (3 -minute station rate). Wouldn't tonight be a good night to enjoy a Long Distance chat? Northwestern Bell (j^\ Mrs. Loraa Ouiel aad Margaret Holt were SBnday dinner and loach nests of Mrs. Leoom Oao- iel at Humboim. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Olson of West Bead «*rc Ttarsday nieW supper cuests >t 8* Carroll OJ- Mr. aid Mrs. Clarence Bauer entertained at a card party Friday night. Guests were Mr. and Mrs, direr Lee of Bode, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Wehr- spann, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Hof- ios, Mr. and Mrs. Percy Wat- Dem and Mr. and Mrs. EdKemna. Sere Williams of MoJine. m., and Kathy Wffliamsof Fort Dodge spent the veek end with their parents. Mr. an) Mrs. Oscar WQliaras. Eileen Bauer returned to Den- Ter. Colo., Tharsday. She bad Tisited ner parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Baoer. orer the holidays. Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Benson took their grandson, Larry ND- ges. to bis home at Havkeye Shtnrday. Be bad Tisited In Ottosen three veeks. Mrs, Esrie Cooper and Mrs. W. G. Cooper rlsited Mrs. Mary Hansen at tne Good Samaritan Home at EstberrOle Saturday afternoon. Mr. aod Mrs. Oeil Simmons of Wabmt Grove, Minn., and Will Sutler of BumboKR were Friday visitors at the Ralph Richards. Mr. and Mrs. Kchard Kinseth attended the Humboldt County Rural Letter Carriers and Auxiliary at the Roy Entler home at Rutland Toesday night. LAtCi DAMCC FUXW • SfATIMG |fe-m-^^->' ^.^j. a, p^an^Ki^lr "^.! r HH» TJMMN COMiO ^^^^^i^^^tf^^^tf^^^tfi^^^tfi^^^a^^^ai ^^•^^^^^^^^^^^ pl ^a^^i^" : .^^i P^^pPr^* ^^f '.-*! >••-,' T TT'" T . APPLIANCES •TELEVISION • Big Capacity! Low Cost! Fan width freewr. Chiller trey. 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