The Humboldt Independent from Humboldt, Iowa on February 18, 1967 · Page 2
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The Humboldt Independent from Humboldt, Iowa · Page 2

Humboldt, Iowa
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Saturday, February 18, 1967
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Gadbiry-GrolifMi rtf tattd wtddteg vows Jmiary 28 Jaam Rae Gedborr aad Jejaes Edward Graham were ntted to marriage durtag an 11 a.a. ceremony la Corpus Christ! Ckureh at Fort Dodge, Saturday, Jaaaarr M, 1*7. Tb» bride U the dugMar of Mr. ind Mrs. DoaaM J. Gedbury of Knitrtm, Ia^ wkfle Mr. Graham is (be •on of Mr. aid Mrs. James R, firakani nf nntirtr Magr. E. L. MeEroy officiated at tke •optial mass aad doatde rikg eenaaoay. Mrs, Pan! Wat- Mr was tke oifaaUt with Art Moaner of Soswrx as vocalist For her esaMlam. (he bride de saaa faakioRed vith a bodfee. loaf tapered sleeves and B Ban draped skirt Her crown of pearls aad crystals held the •ooiliRfti »efl of sOk flhtstoa wfcfck WBB deahraed of seaDoped IBM aad trtauaad »itt ttay satis A doable strand of a wedrBar gift of Ike coaapMed ker oetflt Ske A bOBOMt trf Sartiag as «ald of koaorwac - oaMGadbny.FoitOodie, of tke bride. Brtdec- ' were Miss Goorfia Gad- wery, Kaiertm, also a sister. Graham of --•* AeV^ 01 *•• elbow Us flows ind carried ooe sinr.le long stemmed told rose Allan Gadburr. the bride's brother, semd as best man. Kenny Habbea of Picoeer, and Dave Dobson of Gnad JoncUoo, la., wen groomsmeo. Ushers were Gtry Aodersoo of Mioneap- oils, Mlao., aad Roter Bord of Ft, Dodge. Strrioc as junior nsher wtsLyleGsdbcryol Knierim, the bride's brother. A recepdoo wis held at Corpus CnrisU Parish Center. Mr. aod Mrs. Graham went on a short w«ddint trip aod established their home at 1332 Fiftt Avnme North in Ft Dodte. Tbc bride tradoated from Manson Rltt School aad is employed in the restaorant of WoolmortVs Store io the Crossroads Stoftpiot Cwter. Mr. Gnham nadaated from GQmore Cnf^Bradnte Hi(B Stftbol aad Greer Technfcal to- stitate of ChJcago, OL Re was empiored prior to his marriate at MlekeT Ford. IDC., at Bom- boldt He lefi Febraarr 5, for baste traioag In the U. a Air Forte at Lackland. Tens. G1LMORE CltY-A variety shower for Mrs, Bill Stamper was held at a* Methodist church in Glltnor* Citf Saturday t February U. Mrs. H. J. Jnelfs announced the program. Mary Kay and Jan Stamper entertained with several songs and Mrs. Stamper's sisters, Wanda and Sandra Frederieksen. tave read- Ings, Mrs. Lloyd Davis and Mrs. Ronald Wossels assisted In opening the gifts. Hostesses for the shower ««re Mrs. Tom Peters. Mrs. Lester Lynch, Mrs. Gerald Hlgfins, Mrs, Fern Strait Mrs. Wayne Rider. Mrs. Walter Hlgfins, Mrs. Jim Juelfs, Mrs. James 9tbo, Mrs. Merle Hodgell. Mrs. Ferris Malcolm, and Mrs. foes Whlt- Uesey. The Mission circle of the Baptist church met at the church last week with Mrs. William Durbtn, president, in charge of the business meeting. Rev.Buen- niag was in charge of the program. Mrs. Howard Hanmn and Mrs. Donald Bowen were hostesses. Toe Luther League of the Lutheran Church met Thursday evening, February 9, at the church. Joan Traelson gave devotions and the topic was presented by Royal Benjamin. Lunch was served by Roger Post and Tim Fredin. The women of the Ruth circle of the Lutheran church served dinner to approirlmately 35 men and women from Humboldt and Pocahcstas counties *bo attended the poultry meetinc held at the church Wednesday, February The Ruth circle met Thursday afternoon at the church vith Mrs. Maynard WiemcrsandMrs. Harm Ennen as hostesses. The Bible study was riven by Mrs. Bob Benfamtn. aod Mrs. Elmer Kaeve, chairman, was in charge cf the business meetinc. The Dorcas circle of the ALCW met February 8 In the sJter- noon at toe home of Mrs. Leonard Jensen with Mrs. George Topllff as co-hostess. Mrs. Chris Benjamin led the Bible study sod Mrs. Harold Landmesser presided at toe business meetinf. Cynthia Sue Zemin, baptized February 12 C/Trt)§EN-Tne daughter barn to Mrrwd Mrs. Richard Ze- min Saturday, February 4. was baptised Sunday at St Joseph Catholic Church. Her name Is Cynthia Sue. Guests at the Zeman home following the baptism were Mr. and Mrs. Albert Z«- man of Dakota City, L % p»rt*r end LeoMM Jr. Mr. and Mrs. DwBeieh of Cedar Rapids, Mr. Jim Larson and Larry of Mr. and Mrs. Joe BtCfer family of Bode, Howard Zemel of Ames. Marilyn Zemsn of Dei Motnes, and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Zemsn and son. Mr. and Mrs. Jake Koehl and Joe and Mr. and Mrs. Goetlleb Joes of Hancock, Minn., were Tuesday night supper guests at the Victor Banwarts. the KoeM fsmlly »«r« also overnight guests. Mr. aod Mrs. Allan Watnem entertained at a card partv Sunday night. Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Grimm were guests. Mrs. James Banvart had hljth score for women and Mrs. Grimm second high. Verne Waechter had high score for men and Randy Wat- nem second high. James Struthers was a Sunday guest at the Bill wtllett home at Walllngford. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Cooper and family and Mrs. Essie Cooper were Sunday dinner guests at the Gary Cooper home at Ft. Dodge Mrs. Alvin Mctntosh and Jerl of Webster City and Mr. and Mrs. John Selfken and Jayson of Gllmore City were Sunday night visitors at the Fred Kampens, Margaret Holt and Mrs. Loran Daniel were Sunday afternoon visitors at toe Poland Jacobs home at Ft. Dodge to see their new twins. They also visited Mrs. John McCutcheon at Ft Dodge. Gary Waechter and Linda Teal of Ft Dodge vere Saturday night visitors at MM VerteJrawehters. Ann Uxlwat. of DM Motms Hpnt the week aM wt« her MN Sts, Mr. and Mri. Clem U4- MarVsret Holt and Mrs. Loran Daniel were Saturday night supper guests at the Laurel Wor- sters, Hilda, Vlggo, and Fremohd Nielsen of Rotfe were Tuesday night supper gue.«ts at the Earl Olson home. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Hoffman and family were Sunday night visitors at the Victor Meyers. Mr. and Mrs. Percy Watnem and Alton Mttsven of Bode were Saturday night supper guests at the Bruce Watnem home at Humboldt. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Larson were Sunday dinner guests at the John Larson home, at Swea City. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Anderson and family of Duncombe were Sunday dinner guests at the Henry Olson home, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bernlng- haus of Ft. Dodge were Sunday dinner guests at the Antone Spelchs. Mrs. Earl Olson was a Thursday morning caller at theMarlyn Pfllbsen home at Bode. Mr. and Mrs. Goetlleb Joos of Hancock, Minn., were Tuesday overnight guests at the Victor Banwarts. Mr. and Mrs. James Banwart tnd family were Sunday afternoon and supper guests at the Ed Grimm home. Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Olson and daughters were Tuesday night supper guests at the Tom Olson home at West Bend. They celebrated Mrs. Tom Olson's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Os- Humboldt Care Center Hu«t»Ut, (owe Opening in April Providing 24 heur a dey professienel nursing cere, convalescent, extended cere and retirement facilities. Activities for our resident! and home-life atmosphere combined with our professional care ere trademarks of our high standards. Watch fer osr "Opes Hens" dotel AeJvMctd rtstrvitiois ••*) ••ploytt •pplicoits writ* boi 64 HiB»tlt)t, Uwi I Keneth A. Webb Administrator "We cere enough to provide fne very fcosf." On the prowl for persnickety prospects dLMOK dTT-Tke geejaral ijottat of te IOCS oflkeMwtk- iRg. Mn. Marray Fort, rleo •kairaBiB aflat fMsMefs Iselety. Mn. Coca Brock kej tke < tog aM MTB. EtekBrtf at a aeT . Mrs. , Iktor. Mrs. ToatPeters, ktra. E. M. Clyae»r aaa Mrs. faaMkf BaaatoaBve^aBBBBl fTnTssis" ifaiijLrtel Onto f| tat If you'll a fusty truck buytr. try this '67 Chtvy pickup! Your Chevrolet dealer has a demonstrator waiting to show you it* sleek new look, burly new build and bright new cab* (Not to mention the smooth ride and easy handling,) It's the latest in pickups—try it and see for yourself! >>*> * f ^ f TryfatotidwD »«•»»*> ^P^wIPWIW' WflPww W born and Jon were also guests. David Pentleo of Bode spent the w««k end with his grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Pen- tleo. Wednesday night supawrguests at the Erllng Malmlns were Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wallace, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Welmers, and Mr. and Mrs. John Setfken of Gllmore City. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Bor- kowskl and Pat were Saturday night supper guests of Mrs. Chris Almrtson at Rutland. Other guests were Mrs. Etta McCor- maek of Bode and Mr. and Mrs. Robert MoCormack of Rutland. Nancy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dean Telford, was eight years old Friday. Afternoon visitors were her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Moench, of Humboldt and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Telford and Larry. Taml Worby of Bode was an overnight guest. Mrs. LeRoy Worby, who recently moved to Bode, also had a blrthdav Friday, those who came to help her observe the occasion Sunday afternoon were Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Lee of Bode, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Halsrud and family of Bradgate, Mr. and Mrs. Dean Telford and family and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Telford and Larry. Mr. and Mrs. Louts Jacobson entertained at a card party Saturday night. Mrs. James Jacobson nigh high score for women and Mra. Victor Meyer low. Alfred Sohulta had hlfh score for men and Dean Telford low. James Jacobson had travel. v. i ' "i..-';:• r;.,- DM Wamiblm •¥ farewt II party LU VERNB-Mr. and Mfi. Dan Warmbler ind Connie were ttw honored guests it a farewell party held at the legion halt Friday evening. Blnfo was played and • purse of money was given the honored guests. Mr, tnd Mn. Wirmbter and Connie ire moving soon to Dennlson, It. Hoifenes were Mrs. Raymond Hirlf, Mrs, Vernon Plathe, Mr§, Richard Brlstow, Mrs, Allen Darby, Mrs. Harold Rlstau. Mrs. Earle Hanselman, Mrs. LeRoy Hanselman, Mrs. Don Bormann. Mrs. Ed Elsehen, Mrs. Georfe Hobscheldt, and Mrs. Wayne Warmbler. A pot-luck lunch was served. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Mallory and Mrs. Malloi. s mother, Mrs. Alma Madden, spent Saturday and Sunday In Des Molnea. 'Mr. and Mrs. Mallory attended the Republican dinner Saturday. Mrs. Madden visited with her daughter and family, Mr, and Mrs. Howard Bbyer and children, at Waukee. The Mallorys and Mrs. Madden returned home Davtd and Jeokte Eea, of •ffl:T*?twr brofiif, Mr. e»d Mrs. Blunter and fanny, i ;•- -< Saturday suffer faeitfi to f# home of Mr. and Mrs. E«rMi Arends and Jonle war* Mrf Arends* parents, Mr. and Mr* Grover Arends. of Wflllama, la., and sisters, MlM Mtfe AtMti of Rochester, Mlnav, and ttrtv James Dues and Jimmy of Ruffe* boldt. Sunday guests of lir,« and Mrs. Arends were MrK Arends' mother, Mis. J*fae* Stripling, brother, Mike of U- Verne, and sister. Miss §udra Stripling, of Des Molaes. Doug Holmes of Ames tarf Collyn DeNlo. of Peorie, flU were wedding attendants at that marriage of their eouslB, Dost Klaessy. In Davenport fatBitajr) Don Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Klaasay of Chetek, Wit,, formerly of the Lu Verne cofjl; munlty. Doug (• the mm of Mr. 1 and Mrs. Clifford Holmes ead Collyn la the son of Mr, aad Mrs. Bert DeNlo of Lu Verne. Mrs. Clinton (Joe) Decker of the Lu Verne community wu taken by ambulance Friday after* noon to Lutheran hospital I Dodge- ' ta ft Hoik' Hawker Q. Whet It conslderee* the "mest Intricate" erfen •( the hitmen bWyf A. The *er. Q. Whet Insurance sfery usually cemmene's en attentive ear? A. Life Insurance feet* ebewt education, retire- went, investment and death benefits. laeare wilfc tke Fred W. Holl Agency MS let Are. N. HusbeUt „ -"""^, for Lenten Meals! "Quality You Can Taste" ANMUON IMCKION DAIBY CO. BUSINESS and PROFESSIONAL HUMBOLDT CITY OFFICIALS M. BU«v«, Itoyor Solbcok, City CUrk L. W. DIoklMOB. CbUt of Polio. COUBOlhMB •fM«t CI«MB*OH •abari Hold** Ctrl«Un*«n B. T. HawtoB NoraMUl M. MoArtkut COUNTY OFF1CUL8 Attoney, John Muiefleld Auditor, Or In Neteoa A***e*or, Marl* Phillip* CUrk of Court, A. H. OoelUoh Entlneer. Veraoa Miller Recorder, B*lh*r J. Rubl* Sheriff, Marvin Aadereea 8aparlBl*Bd*at, Harold Oreo- Treaaarer, Phylll* Chrl*t*aa*B Coroaor, Or. J..H. Coddlaatoa DAKOTA CITY TOWN OFFICIALS OrvllU BJBBdiea, Ma»a» Judy A. ThoB»«aa, T*w« CUrk CoaaolliMB Dala Rhode* Jerry L. Oeoraa Robert Myer* Marvin Beihow •abert Orlffla JOHN EDWARDS •KAL ESTATE BBOatn PA1M MANAGEMENT UI-lMi JAQUA A MANSFIELD LAWYERS Jaau BUg. • ttg Phee* UM1M OLSON A1STRACT CO. Eat* aXDajr PIMM Utim •MaekeUt la. CHURCH PASTORS MethadUt Ckutok, Or. w. Morrl* Klldal Rev. S. H. Hauer Co*cr*i»tlonal Rev. Fraaol* P. Run Our Savlour'e Lutheran Mev. L. C. J*n*on R*v. Arthur Moat«oBi*ry St. Mary'* Catholic Moaaliaot J. B. Tolas Seveith Day AdvenlUl Ruaatll Johaaoa Sloa Lutheraa Churok Mlaaourl 8»»od. SOf No. Tat* aad Reaver Towmablp Rev. Larry Kudart riun Avenue Ra»tl*t Rev. Carroll Brlokeon nau NOVBLAKO CMIBOMACTOSI i. eiee mm. «*» DR. E. P. HANSIN 0:N to U:M l:wt te DM Friday Etvatag lift to deoed ThereaVy SISSON NURSING HOME •egtatered Navae SB Canef Aflee% U-atow Cleaed •vtnlnn by ADfolntmtnt Pbune aiVjIfl 11/5, iliMU Humbotdl DH. OAVIO W. MOVT Complete Mtallh ttervlet Hours t-tl k.m. 1:10 to « pm. 1ILL HAPNCR •s: XU AXB VAX vwm I Bereiea T» Heel ¥*•» ***4» MN MILLER CIVIC AND SBRVICB OROANIBATIONB Ch*Bb*r 01 Cona*io* T. P. Weleh, Pre*ld*a« Rotary Club MMW Kalafel. Prealdeai Klwaal* Olub Duan* Wlad, Pr**M*at LloaaOUb T. P. Velah, PraaUaBt Jayaee* Perry fitakllu, Plea- Id* nt Tk* A«*r|naa Left** John Vaa Horn, Co»«aader A«M>lea« U«loa Aulllaiy Mta..J0ha Seller. PreeMenl Vtuiaa* of P0relg* *»»• L*oo*io Colllaa, CoBM4ad*r .F.W. A<M|l(ary MM. OUM* SaatbKlf OIMMI • C|i>a) Mrt. M- L. North**. Pteal- dea* Buaiaa**, ffefeeeleetl We* SciUr AppltasMe) Often Ye* O. E. lelee ft WMTW« H. iORJtla, EtAL EtTATE FAEkl LOAM ' Aoroa* (ret* HwMla Theatre DR. K. O. PRIDE

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