ffef^«, - - *• • •",';,-"'- •:^>'., *?;fv - , -•', ''v;. • :;•''* " ',. - v^i^/Ar, * ',*• '•.',* ' • • - ' •. ; . K'"' ,.-.,. the age of 78 years 'Holmes was born in Brons HardersleV, Denmark, and came ' -,to.,this, country at the age of 19, •^ffesidifig for 23 years in Harlan, ' ( Shelby county, la. /. *; In 1911 he and his brother ! Hafts and family moved to the farm five miles east of LuVerne, 1 -iwhere he lived until 194S, when he and his brother moved to Mait; son City. , He leaves to mourn, two broth, >ers, Hans of Mason City and An* f vdreW of Denmark, three ne'ph- >dws, Clifford and Clarence t\. Holmes of LuVerne, WllHarrt ,Holmes of Ottawa, 111.; two niec- .0,8, Mrs.' Harry Christiansen, Ma•sort City, and' Mrs. Sam Klassey of Spencer, a number of other ,j relatives and fricrtds. , g • He was a prominent leader in many activities, particularly serving ,23 years on the Vernon township board ' of trustees in .." Humboldt county. i Funeral ''services were held at » .the Methodist church Tuesday, ' at 1:30 p. m., February 17, by the Rev. Robert Phillips and .burial a in the LuVerrid Cemetery. I Doaks Purchase Home ', Mr. and Mrs. James Doak have purchased the home of the'Idle ) Mrs. Elizabeth 'Henderson the . past week. JThey will take posit session" as soon as the household goods of the late Mrs. Henderson are> removed from the property. «' 'The Doaks family have been living in the Presbyterian' martse •> and now it is being remodeled to accommodate'two families. The . William Hedricks will occupy "^ 'ong,apartment as'the house they have lived in the past two years f.l • Has been sold, to Mr. and ' Mrs. Dale'Brayton. '*' 'Move to LuVerne ' -. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Scott of J 'Sikeston, Mo., have 'moved to LuVerne, where/thly- will 'make ,l their home. At present until llv-' •mg quarters can''; be procured .they have a room in the home of '* 'Mr. and Mrs. I. H, Benedict. Mr. Scott has employment at $ ^the hatchery, and produce' busi- •ness owned and operated by Ray A ( Agard. " • , At Holmes.Funeral •• Out-of-town' '' 'relatives and friends attending the, funeral of J Nels -Holmes«,Tuesdav,' were:'Mr. and ' Mr.Sv William t , Hqlmes, and _f T-* 1J'_ _J« *"vii T __ -Til -. •»*•__ ffom ft two Weeks' Visit ....... S6n Harold ahd fa'mlly m Madi* sott, Wis. Harold had sjh'lope'rfci U6ft recently, but was '<Up a Ad back at his work wheh M?s. Zentner left, Will Club ' • **'\ The Good Will 'club .h'eld' Its regular February.meeting Thursday afternoon, Feb,' 19,, at„ tie Hnw*st *-.# ' HJf«tM A i»'Ji**k-* ' Ht4-£jll JA s ,., <l i Sam"'"Klassey;'/s6hs' :i: Donovan, and Earl, ( Spencer; Mr.*an'd 'Mrs. 1 -Eugene Klassev'and Mrs. Ray Ben' nett, Fort Dodge; .Mr., and Mrs. Harrv. Christiansen- and' daugh- , t'er Pauline.-' Moson< City; 'Mrs. ' Albert .-Kitlev.' of ,Ea<jle ', Grove; 4nd Mrs. .Wilbur Phipps, Ren- gards*Aro Hosts -' Mr. and Mrs, Ray Agard enter- Stained at a 7 o'clock dinner Thursday,' evening.y Feb. 19, in honor of their . daughter Linda" 'Rae's third birthdays Attending ra C out of town guests were Mr. and ' 3l Mrs., Cyril Woodson, Mr. and , Mrs. Lowell Woodson; Mr. and Mrs. Asa^Reichter and Mrs. Paul ,,. -Fjeld, all 'of -Eagle Grove, and ,/ Mrs. Alice 1 Agard of Goldfield. A dinner was given to these guests at the Agard home Sunday evening, February 15, in honor of the t .birthday of Mrs, Ray 'Agard, Class Holds Party 1 The Comrade Sunday school class of' the United Brethren ' church held a meeting • Wednesday evening, Feb, 18, in, ,the ' church ropms, ,. • The brief business meeting -'was in-charge of the president, '-'Mrs, Henry Miller. The study period was given by Mr, and ' Mrs, Bernard -Wolf, Devotions bv Mr, Wolf and lesson by Mrs. Wolf, The social time was spent at playing games in charge of the committee, Mr. and -Mrs, Andrew Marty. > Refreshments 'were served by the hostesses, Mr, and 'Mrs. Lawrence- Marty, Presbyterian Ladies •" *fc The Presbyterian ladies *-„• ety met at 'th,e home of Jenj*ie tfaspn Wednesday - afternoon, V- 18 with'a yery,gopd end?ince,! There vyete two g^u rs, George'.Thompson > pf"Le.d v .ysrd and Mrs, Alfred Scott of IHVerne, , ' ' \ The business 'meeting was in, ^chsrge of the pj-esjdent, Emma 'Xrause, .The d§VQtipns .we?g lee] ' t»y, Mrs, Mi Bager an.d the' mj?* sgjpnwy lesson was given,by the <pa,stor," the Rev,'A,' R- Smith, Lunch u wa,s' served, < . si? The next'PfStmg will be m own-haU Wedneigiay, Jifareh, home of'Mrs. AMdreW with Mrs. Lisle Hood assistant hostess. There' were 17 merh bers present. A short business meeting was' held. The afternoon was spent playing "Cootie Jn charge of the etttertairtme»tN«em- mittee, • Mrs. H.- D.- Ristau and Mi\ Robert Hardcopf. ITfte next meeting of • th*--ett!b will be with Mrs. Ted Wagner, assisting, Thursday, March 18. | Pastor, Wife' Hosts The Rev. and Mrs. L. Witteri* berg arid Nadine entertained the following at supper on Sunday evening: the Rciv. and Mrs. W. Wolfram of-Ventura, the ReV. and Mrs. -Friedrich, daughter Caroline, teacher at Lotts Creek, and son Robert of" Fertton. tfie Rev', and Mrs. Miller, child're:n Caroline. Hehry and Richard, and Mrs. Miller's mother, Mrs, Gutz of Livermore, the Rev. and Mrs. Reith. of Burt, Uh'e Rev. and Mrs, Loesrh, son Ronnie and daughte'r Lucille of Algona', Teacher and Mrs. Roth of Fenton, Tea'chdr and 1 Mrs. Walters of Lotts Creek. They all attended the oirgan recital at the' Lutheran church that afternoon. At Anniversary Parly i i Mr, and Mrs, Gottlieb' Hanselman, Mr. • and Mrs, Martha Schneider ' went - to Whittemoile Tuesday, February 17, whece they attended the open house reception for Mr. and Mrs. WilliaAi Vaudt, who celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary. •- Mr. and Mrs. Vaudt were former farmers here and .neighbors 'of the Harj- selman families,, • ' ] Methodist Circles' '• The members of the three cii ( - cles,,of the W. S. C. S. were hosf. esses to invited guests at a birthday party at .the church rooms Tuesday afternoon, v Feb. 17. There were'about 75 ladies pres'- ent. - ( The afternoon program was i'h charge of, the president^Vpf the general, society. Mrs. Geo. Woll, who gave an address of s welcorrie to member's and^ the .guests. Instrumental piano music by Mrs. Rov Stone was enjoyed.' A musical humber by'"j(Irs, Geraltf Brace of Eater Parade with a review of several hats by members was thoroughly enjoyed. A -reading by Mrs. Harold Sorenson. Weston Noble, music instructor at the local 'high school, presented four numbers .by high school pupils. A quartet" of «male voices James Phillips, Earl .Gronbach, Merlin Swanson and Robert Cat- stenson. sang two minibers. Clai- linet-'sold -,by •'•Robert '"Pcrgancfe- arithhonr 'solo •) ByvtChlJWene Heif-' 'Auxiliary Meeting '' , „ . ' i The Auxiliary ' Unit', of. 'th> American Legion • ,Post of< LU- Verne met at. the hall , Monday evening, with, a'good attendance and one guest, Mrs. John Peters, present. '' '••>.< i The > business meeting was opened by Eresident'Mrs. A. W. Dimler, at'which time <a report of the county meeting was given by Mrs. A, A. Steussy. , The subject' for -discussion for ;he meeting was handled ably by Mrs. C. B. Huff on Americanism. Mrs. H. H. Phillips read a short sketch on life, of. George Wash- 'ngton. .. , i . • The remainder of the! evening was spent socially, after wjiich lunch was'served by the hostesses, Mrs, Fred Hinz Jr., Mrs. Nels Jensen, Mrs, Olla Godfrey and Rubye Godfrey. ' ' > The next meeting will be oh Monday, March 15, on the< subject of Pan-Americanism by,Either Merkle, 'assisted by Mrs, Walter Hefti>and Mrs.. Clarence I^rause. - Hostesses will be Mesdames Harold Phillip^ A. • A. Steussy, Harry Christiansen, Fred Tiede Home. ' V f, .Fred'W, Tiede • returned frooi Janesville, Wis,. where 5he speiit some time visiting his daughter Grape and family, the, Edward Manteys, Mr. Ma'ntey .is the par- ochia.1 school teacher tnere and seyeral yea.rs ago served Jn -the same 'capacity in LuVerne. v Mi% Tiede has,spent some tirne at the home of his Daughter,'Mrs, Paul Phillips -'her^. < Another Daughter snd'^her famUy, the Edward Lenses, 1 will- come March 1 - to live iwith Mr. -Tjede in his home here in the ,north' part of LU' Verne, ' ,v Mf. and Mrs. Paul Will of Ur-, baKd, 111.; are the parents of a son* bofn Tuesday, February* 10. This is the first grandchild of Mr ( and 'Mrs. Harry Flemihg of Cbrwith; "Mrs. "Will was the former .Alberta Fleming. Mr. < and Mfs. "Saridefs Assing took 'Mrs, Fleming to Fort Dodge, where She took a train to Urbana, where she will'Spend a few days With her daughter and assist in the care of-the Mrs.' Assing .is Paul Will. new graridson. the mother of Home' Prom West Hehry and Arlo Goetsch returned Monday from their trip to the west coast. They visited their brother Delmar Goetsch and family in San Francisco, Calif. They had hoped to find employ- PRETTY AND POTENT i black patent sandals! meftt there. Arlo Will agaift'.fftfnV near Kanawha with hfe br6the¥- irt-law George Kraft, Henry Goetsch left Tuesday morftihg* called by the illness of hfs 11* year-old son. John Gleidert has returned from Kansas City, Mo. f where, he spent a 1 few days visitirig his son* in-law and .daughter Mr- and Mrs. Jos<joh Slaven. Another daughter, Mrs. Charles Hall,'and two sons, tearing, stayed with LaDonnd Gleidcn during ' her father's absence. 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