The Humboldt Republican from Humboldt, Iowa on December 7, 1966 · Page 19
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Donald L. Place Daniel J. Fitzgerald Enlisted from Humboldt According to Humboldt Army recro/fer, SFC "Bob" Ge/ir/ng of Fort Dodge, Donald LeRoy Place, left, son of LeRoy Place, and Daniel James Fitzgerald,' right, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Fitzgerald, both of Humboldt, enlisted In the United States Army during November. Donald, who graduated from Humboldt Community High School during 1965 and attended Iowa State University at Ames prior to enlisting, has chosen to enter Infantry airborne training. Daniel, who attended Humboldt high before enlisting, will undergo food service training. Both are presently stationed at Fort Bliss, Texas, for basic training. Bridal shower honored Ellen Lipler Nov. 25 GILMORE CITY-A miscellaneous shower was held November 25 at the Gilmore City Lutheran Church parlors for Miss Ellen Tlpler of Bloomington, HI. Miss Tlpler will become the bride of Larry Jensen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Jensen, January 14. Several bridal games were played after which the bride to be opened her gifts, assisted by Mrs. Richard Elaine of Bloomington.' HI., and Miss Carolyn Jensen of Fort Dodge. Beverly Jensen, Susan Jensen and Denise Vaag carried the gifts. Miss Wanda Jensen was in charge of registering the guests. Hostesses were Mrs. Eugene Bundy, Marian Jensen, Mrs. Andy Moore, Mrs. Joe Magennis and Mrs. LeRoy Guderian, all of Fort Dodge; Mrs. LeRoy Feaster of Badger; and Mrs. Julius Guderian, Mrs. Lester Applegate, Mrs. Leonard Jensen, Mrs. Edwin Jensen, Mrs. Harvey Jensen, Mrs.FritzGuderian, Mrs-r Victor Halligan and Mrs. GvvW- Cirks, all of Gilmore City. The serving table was decorated in Miss Tipler's colors of light pink and rose. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Blaine and son, Douglas, and Larry Jensen and Ellen Tipler, all of Bloomington, HI., visited over the Thanksgiving holiday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Jensen. Carolyn Jensen of Fort Dodge also spent the week end with her parents. Thanksgiving Day dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Day were Mr. and Mrs. Troy Day and Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Benjamin and family, Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Day joined them for the afternoon and evening. Mrs. Ellen Anderson and Ivan Anderson of Fort Dodge spent Thanksgiving Day at the home of Mr. and Mrs.LesMcPhersonand family. The 500 card club met at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Higgins November 26. High prizes were won by Don Day and Mrs. Franklin Stamper and low prizes by Mrs. Donald Day and Larry Lynch. Franklin Stamper won the traveling prize. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Jensen of Gilmore City, Larry Jensen, Ellen Tipler, and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Blaine and Douglas of Bloomington, 111.; Susan and Beverly Jensen of Gilmore City; and Marian Jensen of Fort Dodge were supper guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Vaag and family of Fort Dodge Saturday •evening. Point, South Dakota, Wednesday to spend Thanksgiving at the home of her daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Duane Rosenbaum and family, and returned home Saturday. Mrs. Winifred Quackenbush of Corwith, and Mrs. Clyde Olden were Thanksgiving day guests at the R. G. Saxton home. Mrs. Quackenbush remained at the home of her sister, Mrs. Saxton, until Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Brock and family went to Forreston. Minn., to spend Thanksgiving at the home of her brother, Floyd Lester and family, and returned home Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Larson, Valerie and Brian, and Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Green and daughters had dinner at the Holiday Inn in Fort Dodge Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. James White, Cathy and Scott, were dinner guests Sunday at the home of his aunt, Mrs. Laura Hippen, at Renwlck. It was a birthday ' dinner in honor of the 85th birthday of Mrs. Hippen's mother, Mrs. May White. Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Mandsager spent Thanksgiving day at the home of their daughter, Mr. and Mrs, Ronald Pechauer, at Austin, Minn.-, and returned home Friday. Sharon Clancy, who is attending the University of Kansas City, spent the Thanksgiving vacation at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Clancy. Miss Judy Odland, who is attending the State Teachers College of Iowa at Cedar Falls, spent the Thanksgiving vacation at the home of her parents, Mr, and Mrs. Chester Odland. Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Wilbur of Randalia spent Thanksgiving day at the home of their son, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Wilbur and sons. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Johnson, Kim, Regge and Mary, were Thanksgiving day guests at the parental Kennth Soppeland home at Eagle Grove. Mr. and Mrs. August Olson and Denise, and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Meyers and family visited Friday evening at the Edwin Olson home at Thor. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Schipull attended a pre-Thanksgiving For Originality in Holiday Centerpieces, Decorations and Gifts Shop at The Decorators Workshop Highway 413, Ft. Dodge, Iowa Open 9:00 A.M. to 9>00 P.M. Monday, Wednesday and Friday Open Sundayi liOO P.M. to 5>00 P.M. ATTENTION: Our Christmas tree shop will bt at a ntw location, 428 Central Avenue, Fort Dodge, "on tht square," Flock and Green Trees Roping and Wreaths Open 9iQO A.M. to 9)00 P.M. Dally and Sundays, dinner Sunday, November 20, at the home of his sister. Mr, and Mrs. Henry Hefty and family, at Lu Verne. ,. Mrs. Iva McKim and Donald Rinard were dinner guests Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Al Sternberg, at Clare. Mr. and Mrs. Olaf Kleveland were Thanksgiving day guests at the home of their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Gronbach, at Lu Verne. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Weyer were dinner guests Sunday at the home of their son, Mr. and Mrs. James Weyer, in Eagle Grove. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Nervig of Eagle Grove visited Sunday afternoon and evening at the home of her mother, Mrs. Annie Amerson. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Schlpull and family of Wesley were supper guests at the Raymond Sehi- pull home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Meyers and family of Hardy, and Butch Hefty of Lu Verne were Thanksgiving day guests at the home of Mr, Meyers'sister, Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Helvick. at Bradgate. Mrs. Bonnie Heggen of Renwick was a dinner guest Saturday at the home of her sister, Mr. and Mrs. Dick S. Hefty. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Walkner and Linda, and Everett Winter attended Holiday on Ice at the Veteran's Auditorium in Des Molnes Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Marso of Humboldt visited at the home of Mrs. Iva McKim Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Thompson of Webster City were overnight guests Saturday at the home of his sister, Mr. and Mrs. Chester Odland, and were Sunday guests. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Meyers and family visited at the August Olson home Saturday evening. Mrs. Anna Potter and Carroll were Thanksgiving day guests at the home of their daughter and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Lane, at Humboldt. Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Krause were Thanksgiving day guests at the Arnold Block home In Renwick. Mr. and Mrs. Fred LeMar of Fort Dodge were Thanksgiving day guests at the home of their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Larson. Roy Forts entertained card club LIVERMORE-Mr. and Mrs. Hoy Fort entertained the 500 card club. Sunday-evening with a 6:30 p.m. pot-luck supper, Julius Becker won high for men and Raymond Dlttrlck, low. Dorothy Becker won high for women and Mrs. Bill Wilson, low. Grace Wagner of Humboldt won travel. Vicky Lempke visited from Thursday until Sunday at the Albert Lempke home at Eagle drove. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Lempke brought Vicky home and were Sunday supper guests at Mr. and Mrs. Jim Lempkes. Mr, and Mrs. Dick Coleman, Diane and Richard, were Sunday visitors at Mr. and Mrs. Nick J. Kleins. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Maxon of Cedar Falls visited Friday with Mr. and Mrs. James Lempke. Mr. and Mrs. Daryl Frederick and family and Ron of Le Mars were Sunday supper guests at Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Fredericks. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Pooch entertained Mrs. Vernon Flderllck Carol, Beverly, and Roger, at Thanksgiving dinner and supper. Mr. and Mrs. George Markman of Hardy were Sunday night visitors at Mr. and Mrs. Dean Paepers. Mr. and Mrs. Don Kiley visited Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Kiley at Lu Verne Saturday night. Mrs. Mary Boge of Fort Dodge visited Katherine Fullerton Saturday evening. Mrs. Ralph Kenne of Omaha. Michael of Council Bluffs, and Francis of Dubuque spent their Thanksgiving vacation with relatives in Livermore. Mr. and Mrs. Dale McKibben of Alexandra were Sunday visitors with relatives in Livermore. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Lane and boys and Mrs. Margaret Vaudt were Sunday dinner guests at Mr. and Mrs. Dean Wehr- The Humboldt Republican, December 7, 1966 Page 5 Hardy Mr. and Mrs. Robert Abels, Annette and Angelique, of Kanawha, and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Larson and Arlene were Thanksgiving day guests at the home of Mrs. Larson's mother, Mrs. Minnie Proctor. Dinner guests at the Dick.S., Hefty home Friday were Mr? and Mrs. Harry Dolder and sons of Iowa City, and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Dolder and David of Livermore. Mr. and Mrs. Uhl Hamman, Melody, Shelly and Tammy, or Sioux City; Mr. and Mrs. Carl Lippolt. Dennis and Douglas/ and Mrs. Florence Brayton were dinner guests Sunday at the Keith Brayton home. Ronald Bottin left Monday to resume his teaching duties at the Iowa State University at Ames after spending the Thanksgiving week end at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bottin. Mrs. Etta Ogan, Phillip, Vicki, Paula and Joey, went to Elk YESI WE HAVE MONEY TO LOAN! 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Phone 295-3545 Organized 1917 Holiday Greetings A whlft hgntrr In Africa, a ctntury ago, Cornel Wlldo and hi i igforl are ambvihtd whtn hli ruthl«i» ivory-hunting client antago; nlstf tht worrier tribesmen when Mnconqutrtd land thtx Hovt Invadod, THEATRE 1 GIFT PQQKS of admissions tow Tlikiti Evening only Thursday-Fri-Saturday spanns at Whlttemore. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert McKenna and family of Edmond, Okla,, Mr. and Mrs. John McKenna and family of Urbana, 111,. Mr, and Mrs. Kenneth Otto and family of Kanawha, and Marlyn McKenna of Fort Dodge were Thanksgiving visitors with Mrs. Maude McKenna. They all visited Tom McKenna in Fort Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence McPherson and Mr. and Mrs, Arlon McPherson were Sunday dinner guests at Mr. and Mrs. Leon Terwllligers at Ottosen. Violet Wilson of New Mexico visited her mother, Mrs. Maude Wilson, for two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Wilson were Thanksgiving dinner guests at Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hansons at Esthervllle. Mr. and Mrs. Keno Underberg, Erik and Lisa, returned from their trip to Denver, Colo.. Sunday evening. Ed Ryan and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Ryan of Eagle Grove visited the Underbergs Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Marlyn Frost and Jimmy of Des Molnes visited Sunday and Monday at the Fred Frost home. Mr. and Mrs, Fred Pooch visited George Schuffham at St. Ann's Hospital in Algona Monday. Mr. and Mrs. DeVerne Holmes entertained Thanksgiving dinner guests. They were Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Gales and Michael of Fort Dodge, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Keith Smith and Jackie, Mr. and Mrs. Sal Odenbrette of Dakota City, Mrs. Jennie Wheeter, Kenneth and Ronald, of Stanhope, Mr. and Mrs. Duane Wheeler and sons of Story City, Mr. and Mrs* Willard Johnson, Karen and Bob, and Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Johnson of Waukee. Mr, and Mrs. Bob White entertained Thanksgiving dinner guests. Those present were Mrs. Ruby Holmes. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Frederick and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Reimers of Fenton. Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Jacobsen of Sioux City spent Thanksgiving week end at Mr. and Mrs, Chester Ogans. They were all Thanksgiving dinner guests at Mr, and Mrs. John Jacobsens at Humboldt. On Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. John Jacobsen and Anna Krause of Renwlck were dinner guests at Mr. and Mrs. Chester Ogans. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Schrieber of Fort Dodge visited Mrs. Maggie Schrieber Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Frank Sprong and Mrs. Jerry Thompson and Johnny of Humboldt were Thanksgiving dinner guests at Mr. and Mrs. Roy Salmons. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Hohnberger entertained Thanksgiving dinner and supper guests. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. John Hohnberger, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rutz. Rev. andMrs.Schlie and John of Hubbard, Miss Betty Leyman, and James Schlle of St. Louis, Mo., and Mrs. Don DeWinter of Humboldt. Mrs. Art Vaudt was an evening caller. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Locher of Iowa City visited from Friday until Sunday at Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Laytons. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rutz visited Mrs. Don DeWinter at Humboldt Sunday evening. Mr, and Mrs, Dick Coleman and Richard, Mrs. Ruby Coleman, Kreg, Kerry, and David, and Larry Coleman of Sioux City were Thanksgiving dinner guests at Mr, and Mrs. Bill Ankenbauers at Dunscombe. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Schwenda- mann were Sunday visitors at Mr, and Mrs. Everett Lanes at Thor. Larry Coleman of Sioux City spent his Thanksgiving vacation with relatives In Livermore. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Wilson were Sunday dinner "guests at Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Wilsons at Eagle Grove. Mr. and Mrs. David Stock of Osceolla and Mr. and Mrs. Keith Taylor, and family of Millersburg were Thanksgiving visitors with Pastor and Mrs. William Stock. Mrs. Adeline Sharp, Duane and Kevin, visited from Wednesday until Monday night with relatives near Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Rapp and Susan of Gilmore City were Sunday visitors at Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Kramers. Mr. and Mrs. John Swanson of Sioux City spent Thanksgiving week end at Mr. and Mrs. Herb Raneys. The 20th century club met Tuesday, November 29, at KropPs Cafe in Bode with Mrs. Bertha Baessler as hostess. Miss Jessamine Miller conducted the lesson, "Are the signs and symbols of our Christmas season in keeping with the Biblical teachings?" Mrs. Louis Behounek was a guest. iMUaW!«sMiWsWt!tt)MkWiW^ CHOICE OF Card Table OR THINK OF COLOR THINK OF ZENITH Well Drilling Drilling or Repairing Quality Work- Reasonable Price* Martii Well Co. 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