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Boone News Republican (Newspaper) - December 19, 1970, Boone, Iowa The Boone news Republican s. In Oman j i aae miss Sharon Louise Cooper to wed Everett John Rife or. Or. And mrs. Richard j. Cooper route i Boone announce forthcoming marriage of their daughter miss Sharon Louise Cooper of Davenport and Everett John Rife jr., son of or. And mrs. Everett j. Rife of Wilton Junction Iowa. The marriage will be solemnized january 16th in St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Church in Ames. Both the Bride elect and her Fiance Are graduates of Iowa state University Ames. Or. Rife is employed by the Liberty Trust amp savings Bank at Durant Iowa. Hallett construction company Yule party employees of the Hallett construction company with their husbands or wives were entertained at a Christmas dinner party wednesday evening december 16th, at the Bon appetite. The dinner was served from an attractive Buffet table and the guests were seated at a table decorated in the Christmas Motif. Following dinner the evening was enjoyed visiting. Army aviation personnel had Christmas party the full time employees of the aviation personnel at the National guard hangar their wives and invited friends enjoyed a Christmas dinner party saturday evening december 5th, at the Bon appetite party rooms. Covers were set at one Long table festive with Holiday decorations and Christmas Centrepieces. Following dinner the group held a gift Exchange and the rest of the evening was enjoyed with visiting and games. Several door prizes were awarded. Anton Perkovich was chairman of the committee in charge of arrangements for the party. Some 4,000 physicians in the . Are licensed to use radioactive substances in their medical practice. Charles Linden speaker for High twelve club meeting Charles r. Linden administrator of the Boone county Hospital was the speaker for the Friday noon december 18, luncheon meeting of Boone High twelve club at the new hotel i Holst. The dessert course was provided by Raymond Veale in Observance of his birthday. Following luncheon the club president Wilbur Teagarden conducted the routine business session. It was voted to suspend the next two weekly meetings As they come on the Christmas and new years holidays. Announcement of the next meeting will be made later. Or. Linden gave an informative and interesting talk about the Hospital. He discussed various phases of operation Hospital personnel financial data equipment Many services offered and general maintenance. Women of Moose dinner meeting women of the Moose Boone chapter 209, met tuesday evening december 8th for a potluck supper. The tables were decorated by mrs. Ida Ross and mrs. Margaret Garvey. Mrs. Ross presented Little chocolate santas in sleighs with Reindeer at each place setting for All her co workers. Preceding the supper Lodge was held with senior Regent mrs. Ida Ross in charge. Following an installation a door prize was won by mrs. Ida Ross and attendance prize by mrs. Jenny Fairchild. Mrs. Genevieve Magnuson was appointed in charge of the lunch for the next meeting december 22nd. After the meeting an enjoyable evening was spent singing Christmas carols and exchanging gifts. Lunch was served with the men of the Moose participating. Members Are reminded of the special project this sat., dec. 19th. Ron Stoll studio photo or. And mrs. Herman Murken honoured on 25th anniversary Quot make tracks Quot says Santa for Holiday House s sunday specials 25% off on All Christmas decorations o open sunday i . To 5 . It it it it it it it it 10% off on All other merchandise a at the v.j4oiidau 720 Story youse 432-3820 it it it it it it it it or. And mrs. Herman j. Murken route no. 3, Boone were honoured at a open House at the St. Paul a lutheran Church Parish Hall sunday afternoon december 6th, from 2 until 5 . In Observance of their 25th wedding anniversary. Hosts for the occasion were the couples children or. And mrs. Larry Marla Meyers Boone Duane Murken and Dwight Murken both students attending Iowa state University Ames Rhonda Mari Lynn and Brenda Murken at Home. Refreshments were served from a table carrying out the Silver anniversary theme. The table was covered with a White Linen cloth and entered with a Beautiful Poinsettia Floral arrangement. The table was lighted with six White candles in Silver holders. The red and Silver color note was also predominate in the decorated cakes mints and Silver engraved anniversary napkins. Poinsettias were also used throughout the Parish Hall. Those presiding at the serving table during the afternoon were mrs. Therese Anderson mrs. Myron Wilhelmi mrs. Channing Haskell Sisters of or. Murken mrs. James Mccoy sister of mrs. Murken mrs. Floyd Kreutner and mrs. Vernon Zanker. Others assisting in serving were mesdames Lester Stoll Carl Sprecher Edward Ahrens t. J. Sprecher Eugene Eckley Harlan Eckley Hubert Peter misses Marsha Powers Gayle Grady Lutjen and Colleen Sturtz. Those in charge of the gift table were mrs. Robert Powers mrs. Dale love mrs. Jerry Grady and mrs. Raymond Stumbo All nieces of the couple. Mrs. Walter Nuese sister of or. Murken and mrs. E. G. Kolb registered the guests about 200 attending and presented As mementos Silver thank you notes tied with red and Silver ribbons. For the occasion mrs. Murken wore a Royal Blue dress with a red and Silver Carnation Corsage and or. Murken had a Carnation boutonniere. The guests of Honor received Many cards gifts and Money in Ogden chapter . Meeting birthday party Ogden a Ogden chapter of the order of Eastern Star held its regular meeting in the masonic Temple thursday evening december to. Chapter opened in form with the worthy Matron miss Mary Burgess in charge. During the meeting election of officers for 1971 resulted As follows worthy Matron mrs. Dick Treloar worthy Patron Hubart Ward associate Matron mrs. Stahley Simpson associate Patron Harold Wiles conduct Ress miss Eva Burgess associate conduct Ress mrs. Merle Winters Secretary miss Anna Dalhberg and treasurer mrs. Harold Wiles. Refreshments were served at the close of the evening. A birthday dinner party was held at Imperial inn at Boone sunday evening december 13, honouring miss Joan Williams on her birthday an event of that Day. Hosts were or. And mrs. R. E. Erickson of Kimberling City to. The guests were seated at tables entered with minature poinsettias and place favors were deep red roses. A birthday cake decorated in Pink and White completed the appointments. The group enjoyed a dinner served at 7 of clock. The remainder of the evening was spent taking pictures and in visiting. F. W. Woolworth store employees enjoyed Christmas party or. And mrs. Alan Yoder entertained the employees of the f. W. Woolworth store with their husbands wives or friends As guests at a dinner party saturday evening december 12th, at the Bon appetite. Or. Yoder is manager of the store. A Buffet dinner was served covers being set at one Long table beautifully decorated for Christmas and Holiday decorations were used throughout the rooms. Following dinner a social evening was enjoyed during which the group held a gift Exchange. Holiday vents at Stratford Stratford a the . Birthday club held its annual Christmas party saturday evening december 12, at the Home of mrs. Dora Simonson. A cooperative dinner was served at 6 of clock followed by a business meeting. Officers elected for 1971 Are As follows mrs. Archie Carlson pres., mrs. Dora Simonson sec., mrs. Fred Patterson treas. Two members having birthdays this month were mesdames i. L. Chally and Bessie Erickson and each received a gift from the club. During the evening each member received a gift from her a secret Palm. The Fidelity class of the first Baptist Church enjoyed a pot Boone news Republican saturday december in 1d70 Luck dinner and social hour at the Church wednesday evening. At the close of the evening a grab bag was enjoyed. Employees of the Stratford implement and their wives enjoyed a dinner at Treloar in fort Dodge tuesday evening. Read the classifieds wedding Holiday events parties at grand Junction grand Junction miss Connie Mae Weaver of Manchester daughter of Marian Weaver of Boone and Cecil Weaver of Owatonna minn., became the Bride of Wayne Ula. Gene Turner of Manchester remembrance of their 25th Anson of or. And mrs. Walter me Rosary. Or. And mrs. Murken Turner of Manchester Satur were married december to 1945 nov 2r the brids Brand. At the St. Paul s lutheran m or is mrs Raj h Brown of Church parsonage mrs. Murken if for on being the former miss Darlene a Wisecup. Pastor h. M. Zagel officiated. Both or. And mrs. Murken Are lifetime residents of Boone county and Are engaged in farming North of Boone. They Are members of the St. Paul a lutheran Church it. 3, Boone. In addition to their children the couple has one grandson Jeffrey Brian Meyers. Their wedding attendants mrs. Bernard Price Ogden and Byron l. Mur the Bride is a graduate of East Greene High school grand Junction and the University of Northern Iowa. She is teaching 5th Grade in the Maquoketa Valley school system at Earlville. The newlyweds Are residing in j Rural Masonville and Are planning a wedding trip during Christmas vacation to Mexico. The bridegroom is employed by Ogden a Well drilling of Manchester. Miss Julie Hebenstreit pie was honoured at a dinner at the Imperial inn. Guests in addition to or. And mrs. Murken were the couples children. Bet phage shrine to meet wednesday bet phage shrine no. 17, order of the White shrine of Jerusalem will have a ceremonial wednesday evening december 23, at 8 of clock in the masonic Temple. A social hour will follow in the dining room. Citizens National Bank personnel Christmas party for their annual Christmas party thirty one officers and employees of the citizens National Bank enjoyed a festive family style dinner thursday december 17th, at the Lincoln restaurant. Following dinner a social hour was enjoyed during which the group held a gift Exchange. Richard Sward was presented an engraved pen in recognition of five years service with the Bank. E. E. Wiemer president Ken Oshkosh Wisconsin were and miss Martha Schmid liable to Junction were organist following the a open House and pianist for he ceremony. A sunday december 13, the Cou j Twenty one members of the grand Junction evangelical Aid gathered at the Home of mrs. Homer Underwood thursday for their annual 12 30 luncheon j and Christmas party. The luncheon was served by mrs. I Underwood mrs. Lawrence Morgan mrs. Dora Nelson mrs. I Lois Podmore and mrs. Flossie j Florman. At 2 of clock mrs. J Harry Johnson president Call-1 de the meeting to order. Mrs. I Johnson and mrs. Underwood i observed birthdays. Mrs. Paul j Swain newly elected president for 1971, thanked her Calendar j committee for making new i year books. Mrs. Lawrence 1 Morgan had charge of the after j noon a program and Christmas gift Exchange. The membership of the Aid is made up of several Church denominations and has an enrolment of 29 members i but has kept its original title j Quot evangelical i sunday and monday Osco Biog. S. Open i sunday v to . To 6 . Jumbo t gift wrap 40 so. It. Foil or 120 so. It. Paper 83c Osco req. $1.67 Price effective sunday thru monday while quantities last Sachet hangers pkg. Of two Osco Reg. We rom $129 7/c passport . Portable radio current. Osco Reg. $9.99 $c99 a mryl it j v in Mesa l i a the grand Junction chapter order of de Molay gave the initiatory degree to four candid was presented a gift from the rates of their regular meeting staff As a Christmas remem-1 wednesday. Kim Nyght master Ranee. Councilor and the rest of the initiatory team gave the obligations to make Johnson son of or. And mrs. Vernon Fritz of grand Junction Wayne Kaufman son of mrs. Wan Kaufman grand Junction Daniel Stagg son of or. And mrs. Jim Stagg of Perry and Dennis Alexander son of or. And mrs. Bill Alexander of Perry. Members of Ray Hawbaker unit no. 28 american legion auxiliary met thursday evening for their monthly business meeting. Mrs. Kermit Larson president was in charge of the wedding club social vents in Rippey area Rippey a or. And mrs. Lester High announce the marriage of their daughter Julianne states of West Des Moines to Robert Mcallister of St. Louis Missouri son of mrs. Marie Mcallister of St. Louis. The wedding took place at 4 of clock saturday december 12, in the Chapel of the methodist Church in Ankeny in the presence of meeting. The unit Secretary relatives and a few close announced that the membership friends. The couple will reside j quota of 109 members had been in St. Louis where or. Cal reached. The members will help play Doh 46 of. Can per pkg. Otto Reg. 79c 49 a it of a Ltd a it a wet to free drawing sunday at Osco i f f electric Coffee pot no Purchase necessary a drawing at 5 30 . Sunday ii cup i 3 3 3 Tow t cd Etc party perk oaf brew 12 to 30 cups of fresh Coffee automatically Osco Reg. $10.88 West Bend Model 9308 planters dry roasted peanuts Large 12 of. 63 Otto Reg. 89c room mate 7223 Low Price j a dependable alarm clock s a compact size Wjk a easy to read dial a antique whits $233 is. Casein in pc a cd a a a of a of Misc mus my my Mcm a cd a a a a a a Mcm a a a a a a Lister is an attorney. Mrs. Laurence Huber entertained neighbors wednesday afternoon december 9 at a a get acquainted social for mrs. Kenneth Groves. Refreshments were served by the hostess at the close of the afternoon. Furnish favors for the Woodward Hospital Christmas party. Mrs. Charlie Dobson and mrs. Paul Wise reported on their recent trip to Des Moines to attend the mid Winter state conference at the hotel Savory. The Al Carim club met j the gab club held their fam i thursday in the Home of mrs. Ily Christmas party in the re Warren Rowles. A dessert lunch j Belah Hall wednesday de Jeon was served preceding the Cember 9, a cooperative Turkey meeting. Mrs. Douglas Wesslin supper was enjoyed by approx j president opened the meeting mately 50. Albert Weston of plates of Candy and cookies i Perry was a guest. A beautifully were packed for shut ins. Decorated cake was presented to or. And mrs. Amos Wilson honouring their 40th wedding anniversary which was december 16. Mystery Sisters were revealed by the members of the club. Officers were elected for the ensuing year at a stated communication of Elmo Lodge no. 465 . Amp ., wednesday night december 9. Lee Dorris worshipful master John grow senior Warden Keith Devilbiss Junior Warden Dwight Crumley treasurer and Harry c. Smith Secretary. The remaining officers will be appointed by the worshipful master. Installation will be held wednesday january 13, 1971, Twenty five persons from Jefferson Beaver and grand Junction enjoyed the cooperative 6 of clock supper and card party held at the roof Fellowship dining room wednesday evening. Canasta and pitch were in play during the evening. High scores at pitch went to mrs. Winnie Calder of Jefferson and bus Melle Low scores went to Floyd Wullenwaber and mrs. Fritz Busch. Of Canasta mrs. Maude Wullenwaber and mrs. Fritz mrs. Ida Lipke Low prize. Mrs. Paul Swain and mrs. Lee Robson were on the card and Coffee committee. One in every 50 americans has no Access to a doctor. Tree stand a holds Trees up to 3v4&Quot i diameter. J Osco Reg. 99c 49�?~ St Silt a a a to to v . Steam amp dry Iron # switches from steam to dry at the push of a Button. Osco Reg. $"766 $10.88 y i we Model f-62 of me Mcm Mcm Mem Mcc a pm a pm cd pm we tick Mcm a Mcm to a in mud la la it a a tinsel Garland 69c a flame proof a tarnish proof to Light Star tree top $199mem Mumn a i. To Hwy m pm. 0t/m Osco Reg. $2.99 Pecan halves 79c to of. Bag limit 3 game of y Yahtzee a Reserve rights to limit quantities Osco Reg. $1.88 $133

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