The Humboldt Republican from Humboldt, Iowa on October 29, 1966 · Page 4
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October 29, 1966

The Humboldt Republican from Humboldt, Iowa · Page 4

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tht HumUMt Infepnrftnt, October 29, 1966 Yielded 155 bvshtls per ocrt Ear/* Honttfmon o/ Lu Vtrnt /• ifcown w/rt fnt corn plot that ho ontorod /n f/it ?966 crop Improvement y/tW confttf. Tfct p/of produced a cornctod yft/rf of J55 DUI/IO/I of corn ptr ocrt. Tht corn, plckod undtr fht tuporvltlon of fnt Lv Vtrnt Chombtr of Commtrct, who /i ipontor/ny fho <toft w/rft contoit In fht Lu Vtrnt orto, was cornctod fo No. // corn. Honst/mon •ttlmatod fht crop at ovtr ?50 fcv*ht/f ptr ocrt by o mtfhoo* fhof ht Itarnod from fop Illlnol* corn producon; picking a row by hano* onrf placing fht corn tnd fo tnrf o/ong fht row, >f fht to/So* row of corn maintain* poet w/fh fht p'cfctr, fht ft/a* /t supposed to ylold 150 bvfht/s or mart ptr acro.-lndtpondont Photo. Presbyterian women elect new officers OTTOSEN-The United Presbyterian Women met Friday night. Mrs. Roy Telford and Mrs. Mary Leitl were the hostesses. Mrs. Ralph Richards gave the lesson for Mrs. W. G. Cooper. The following officers were elected for the coming year, president, Naomi Struthers; vice president, Mrs. Albert Thorsen; secretary, Mrs. Essie Cooper; treasurer, Mrs. H. D. Benson; and pianist, Mrs. W. G. Cooper. Bob Thacker, who attends Wartburg College at Waverly, spent the week end with his mother, Mrs. Helen lacker, at the Arthur Petersen borne. Bradley, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Banwart, celebrated his seventh birthday Tuesday. Overnight guestsfor the ocassion were Mike and ftwUacobson. , , .,-. -Mr. ajfctgM*** Jamea.Barber and family of West Bind and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kinseth and family were Sunday night supper guests at the Olvln Haug home. They celebrated Mrs. Barber's birthday and also her daughter, Rhonda's, birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Hoflus were Sunday afternoon visitors at the Terry Lee home at Fort Dodge to see their new daughter, Tawny Jean. She is the great- granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hofius. Mrs. Harvey Thorsen and family and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Thorsen were Sunday guests at the Charles Welter home to help David Welter observe his birthday. Evening visitors were Naomi Struthers, whose birthday they also observed, Mrs. W. E. Hundertmark and Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Munson of West Bend. Mrs. Roy Enockson has had the following visitors this week, Mrs. Leona Warrior of Iowa Falls, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Krischel of Havelock, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Erickson of Rodman, Mr. and Mrs. ThorgtenSatern of Mallard, Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Shelgren and family of Gilmore City, Pastor Robert Le Mont, Mrs. Ralph Richards, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Olson, Mrs. Loran Daniel, Mrs. Oliver Kinseth. Mrs. Percy Watnem, Margaret Holt and Mrs. Elaine Kinseth of Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Meyer and Mr. and Mrs. Victor Meyer attended funeral services for Walter Krause at Lotts Creek Lutheran Church Friday afternoon. Martin Meyer was a casket bearer. Mrs. James Fowler entered Fort Dodge Mercy Hospital for tests last Monday night and she is still having tests, Their sons, Lyndon and Jason, are staying with the Edgar Meyers at Al- gona and the baby, Melissa, if staying with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Kermit Fowler. The American Lutheran Church women met Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Robert Le Mont gave the lesson on baptism. Mrs. Norman Helleseth was the hostess. Twenty-five dollars was given to the Belmond storm victims. A lesson will also be given at the next meeting, November 2. At the November 16 meeting, thank offering boxes will be turned in. Mrs. Albert Thorsen, Mrs. Earl Long and Naomi Struthers, who are elders and former elders of the Presbyterian church attended a combined session at the Livermore Presbyterian Church Monday night. LIVESTOCK NEEDS CALL ON US OR COME IN ANYTIME see OUR STOCK OF DRUGS ANP PHARMACEUTICALS FOR ANIMAL CONTROL LARSON Rexatt DRUG Mr. and Mrs. Dean Telford entertained the 13 couples of their card club Friday night. Mrs. Paul Meyer received high score and Mrs. Conrad Johnson low score for women. Conrad Johnson had high score for men and Paul Meyer low. Richard Kinseth had travel. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Alme and Mrs. Edna Madsen went to Sheffield Friday where they helped their granddaughter, Lori, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roger Madsen, celebrate her seventh birthday. Mr. and Mrs. John Larson and sons of Swea City, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Jacobson and family and Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Johnson and sons were Saturday night supper guests at the Donald Larson home. They celebrated four birthdays, Conrad Jo.mson's, w ilch was October 12, Mrs, John Larson's, which was October 21, J.vckle Jacobson's, which was the 24th, and Paul Jacobson's, which was October 26. Mr. and Mrs. R. 11 Hanson of Humboldt visited Tuesday at tt ! Roy Telford home to see Roy's hand carved horses. Mrs. Leona Warrior of Iowa •"alls, was a Monday afternoon .isitor at the Ralph Richards home. Mrs. Edgar Meyer and Marcy of Algona, Mrs. Kermit Fowler and grandchildren. Lyndon, Jason and Melissa, visited Mrs. Anton Anderson and Mrs. Mark Fowler at Humboldt Wednesday. Mrs. Arlyn Benson and family of Waterloo. Mrs. Estella Day of Dakota City, and Marsia Day and girl friend of FortDoJge were Sunday afternoon visitors at the home of Mrs. Annie Lolst. Mrs, Olianna Vlnaas spent the week end at the Waldo Smeby home at Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Adams of Gilmore City, Mrs. Beulah Adams and Mr. and Mrs. Laurel Worster were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mrs. Anna Bonn at Humboldt. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Underberg and family of Fort Dodge, were Sunday dinner guests at the Henry Olson home. Mr, and Mrs. Neal Olson visited at the home of Mrs, O. H. Olson and Mr. and Mrs. Allan Olson at Bode Sunday night. Mrs. Gary Kraft, Terry and Mark were Wednesday moraine coffee guests of Mrs, Raymond Borkowski. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Hoffman and family were Sunday dinner guests at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Hoffman, at Ogden. They also visited her mother, Mrs. Mabel RUM* hart, at Ogden. Mrs. Raymond Borkowski and Patty were Saturday afternoon atSand ** JIraGr< * oryn ° m « ..Mrs. W*. E. Hundertmark of West Bend, was a Sunday afternoon caller at the home of Oliver Christiansen and Mrs. Clara Solberg. Mr. and Mrs. Arne Jotten and Mr. and Mrs. Lenhard Holden were evening visitors. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Le Mont of Cedar Rapids were week-end luests at the home of their son. Rev. and Mrs. Robert Le Mont and family. Mr. and Mrs. Percy Watnem visited at the home of her sister, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Dippel, at Belmond. They were fortunate in that their home only had minor damage. TRY THE WORLD'S TOUGHEST 2-DOOR This new Chevy pickup looks so good you could call it a 2-door. (You could also call it the toughest Chevy pickup ever built!) This Fleetside pickup's got a lot more than good looks going for you. It's got new construction to bring you more durability, working ease, comfort and safe* ty. Check that new atl<8|eel pickup box, for example. New full double-wall side panels and tailgate keep your load from leaving its mark on Chevy's good looks. And new measures have been taken to help keep out rust and corrosion. Like the one-piece wheelhouainge that now protect sheet metal against tire splash. Inside, the color-keyed cab looks and feels like a pleasant place to work, There are a number of new safety features, too; an energy-absorbing steering wheel and a dual master cylin« der brake system, to name two. And here's another thing the new Chevy pickup's got going for you; u rides belter than some cars, Choose from 26 Fleetside and Stepside mo deU now at your Chevrolet dealer's, 4?7 Try this brand new bree4ofpwkupat your Chevrolet eteaJer's LINDHART CHEVROLET COMPANY AVENUE HUMBQ^pT, IQWA Saul* Studio Photo Christensei—Poppinga wed at Humboldt Sat., October 8 Miss Linda Louise Christensen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Christensen of Humboldt, and Rodney Louis Poppinga. son of Mr. and Mrs. Louie Poppinga of Humboldt, were united In marriage at Our Saviour's Lutheran Church at 7p.m., Saturday, October 8, 1966. The Rev. L. C. Jenson, pastor of Our Saviour's Lutheran Church, officiated at the double ring ceremony before an altar of candelabras and altar vases of white gladioi and spider mums. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore an empire walsted sheath of crepe and Venice lace with a long aisle wide c.iapel train, accented with Venice lace down the middle and detachable. Her shoulder-length veil of silk illusion was held by a tiara of pearls. Her only jewelry was a pearl necklace, a gift from the groom. She carried a Juliet bridal bouquet of red roses. Miss Jan Pedersen of Humboldt, friend of the bride, was maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Miss Elaine Poppinga, of Charles City, Iowa, sister of the groom, Miss Vivian Gang-' sted of Badger. Iowa, friend of the bride, and Miss Adele Ped* ersen, of Humboldt, friend of the bride. They wore fitted floor length velvet gowns, fashioned with scooped necklines. Miss Jan Pedersen was attired in Cell blue velvet, Miss Elaine Poppinga, Miss Vivian Gangsted and Miss Adele Pedersen wore Navy blue velvet. They wore headpieces of velvet and matching veils. Each attendant carried a large white mum. . The bride's personal attendant was her cousin, Mrs. Carl Miller, of Gilmore City, Iowa. Danny Thompson of Humboldt. friend of the groom, was best man. Groomsmen were Bob Christensen, of Humboldt, brother of the bride, Andrew Booheister of Rutland, friend of the groom, and Tim Carlson of Humboldt, also a friend of the groom. Guests were ushered to their seats by August Henrich of Winterset, Iowa, brother-in-law of the groom, Paul Bangasser of Sioux Falls, South Dakota, also a brother-in-law of the groom, and LeRoy Lines of Humboldt, friend of the groom. All of the men in the wedding party wore black tuxedoes with white bou- tonnleres. * Greta Lynne Henrich of Wln- terset, Iowa, niece of the groom, and Mary Ellen Larson of Kanawha, Iowa, cousin of the bride, were flower girls. They wore floor-length gowns of Ceil blue velvet and wore matching velvet headpieces and veils. They each carried a white basket from which they dropped rose petals. Terry Christensen of Humboldt, cousin of the bride, was the ring bearer. He carried the rings on a white satin pillow. Carl Warrington of Humboldt sang, "If God Left Only You," "0 Perfect Love," and "The Lord's Prayer," accompanledby Mrs. Marvin Dornath, Gilmore City, cousin of the groom, organist. The bride's mother wore a mink brown sheath dress with matching accessories. The groom's mother wore a royal blue two piece knit dress and matching accessories. Both were presented corsages of two white carnations with red rose buds placed in the center. Following the ceremony, a reception was held In the church fellowship hall. The bride's colors of blue and white were carried out in the decorations. Dininc room hosts and hostesses were Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Holden, godparents of the bride, and Mr. and Mrs. George Beekman, godparents of the groom, Miss Maryan Shipley of Charles City, presided at the guest book. The few tierred wedding cake, topped with a silver Chrlstogram, Was served by Mrs* Paul Bangasser of Sioux Falls, South Dakota, and Mrs. August Henrich of Wln- terset, Iowa, both sisters of the groom, Mrs. Nick Murer of Plover, Iowa, and Mrs, George Taylor of Manson, Iowa, poured coffee. Punch was served by Mrs, Ben Wilkinson of Kanawha, Iowa, and Mrs. Duane Wind of Humboldt. Waitresses were Miss Sandra Ernst, Miss Pat Arnold, Miss Carol Rogers, and Miss Karen Frlesth of Humboldt; and Miss Margaret Larson, Miss Bonnie Larson and Miss Susan Larson of Ventura, tewa. They wore cell blue aprons trimmed with lace. The wedding gifts were opened, by Mrs, Dale Christensen, Mrs. Robert Wilkinson, Donna Hoeflng, Carolyn Taylor, and Mrs. Bonnie Schossow. Miss Carla Eastman and Carla Peterson of Palmer, Iowa; and JoleneBeekmann, Pocahontas, Iowa, were gift paces. For her going away outfit, the bride chose an off-white suit with aqua accessories. She wore a corsage of red rose buds. The bride and f room are both graduates of Humboldt High School. The groom is a member of the Humboldt National Guard and Is employed by the Maytag Company in Newton. The bride was formerly employed at Wind's Bottery In Humboldt. Following a short honeymoon, the couple will be at home In Newton, Iowa. Bode community sends clothing to Belmond OTTOSEN-Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Lee of Rutland and Mrs. Le Roy Worby took a pick-up load of clothing to Belmond from the Bode community Monday afternoon. They also helped clean up debris In the Chester Gunderson yard. Mrs. Gunderson Is a sister of Mrs. Lee and an aunt of Mrs. Worby. Notice-To Residential Property Residential Street PARKING From November 1, 1966 to April 1, 1967 A city ordinance prohibits parking in the street in all residential areas from November 1st to April 1st. This ordinance was passed to enable the city snow removal crews to open the streets quickly after snow storms. Please cooperate by not part- Ing on the street in residential areas. City Of Humboldt

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