The Humboldt Independent from Humboldt, Iowa on April 21, 1942 · Page 2
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MttftM ir it low., *v«ry n«d l JAQUA PRINTING COMPANY Frank J»qn», Editor ehnrgt for comno»ltion, mitten •(. ine/if r(1 tos. of thaaki. BOc each. «Mt We Idfrerllslng Mleln will bo Inserted with th« n«wo rnntl fftfc fftLEPttOSfc WllOE BOOST. there is nn almost universal protest against the telephone pricn honsl of fifteen per cent. As this fraper uridestands It the boost applies to all Iowa holdings of the Northwest Hell Telephone Company except those exchanges that have fnrm lines extemf- ing Into other states, and that consequently come tinder the Federal Comunlcntions Commission headed by Leon Henderson. It will be understood that who decided to push a big, fat bull over ft bunk Into n mudhole? thinking how absurd the bull would look the Irishman had a benny laugh before fie tried It. The mill however did not go over (he bank.! fiisfoad It turned and tossed the Irishman Into the mud. Scrambling out Pat soliloquised something like this: "'twas a flno thing that I had me laugh first". Well, we arc bavins a Brand '.Ime because the Japs hnvc bosn bombed in Toklo as well as In the Philippines. Now the Japs know what war Is lilte and know It at home—rlehl in Tokyo. Of course the news was radioed out by th»- Jap. anese. The American reports did not mention tho Tokyo Incident. The Japs said that nothing but schools nnd hospitals worn hit. and that many lives were lost -In schools arid hospital*. Thats (he Jrip ; version. ' In tho Philippine tho American flyers are under- | (.food to have landed at Corrector, unloaded food and supplies, and took on between thirty nnd forly Americans and ficw back to Australia. That H they undoubtedly unloaded their bombs and food and' supplies and took on passengers to offset them Also the Germans are not doing so well. Russia o alms to be holding tho spring offensive .and the Three Cleveland Brothers in United States Forces Tuesday . - , -' - i - - "o ««« v, if ni T i; . tl IHf IIIU allies are simply bombing the daylights out of the Oermnn roar. Munition factories, mO vl,, K columns and munitions are the, targets of the allies in dav- rnlda. Tt Is i)oit°ved t!">' fh- "--— ' ~' JMchnrd Cleveland Three sons of Mr. and Mrs. Can ^ the allied bombers over. Interior Germany have things their own way. do " bt .-„ .. .,„..,.,,_,ou,,. IL ivjn ue uiincrstood that mi, . , uuuui mp reports. this commission has no jurisdiction ovor rates that .i. S the besl news ollr 8l(Ie >'«« had during -—-' •»"> Pi-went war. It looks like ,he tide is turning Also the report of Senator Rayburn that American airplane production now Is at 3.300 planes a r™" 1 : .!* r™.'"'" *™ UWn «- N ™ fe American apply only within the state. Many towns In this section of the stale have already protested the raise. Many papers have spoken against it. Over at Storm Lake the city council has asked an injunction against the raise, and Judge Fred M Hudson has get a date of hearing when tho representatives of the telephone company can show why the rntf- raise should not he denied. City Attorney LeRoy A. Rador of Storm Lake alleged In his petition to the court that the North- West Dell Is a subsidiary of tho American Telephone ft Telegraph Company whose earnings aro more than sufficient to cover the dividend per share of J9 Pen year in spite of a raise of nearly $5 per Share over 1»40. Rader also charged that the earnings of the company for the quarter ending Feb. 28 wore equal to $2,60 per slmre-or more than $10 per year on th s basis. Storm Lake's city council unanimously rejected a financial report filed there 1,y the company's representative IIP "too incomplete, and indefinite'^ to determine the need of a fifteen per cent boost irt rates. Algcina linn also taken acllon on the matter and the city council passed a resolution drawn by their city attorney protesting the raise In price. Copies of the resolution were mailed to the Federal Communications Commission, to C. T. young, district manager of the Northwestern Hell Company at DCS Moines, and to Governor Wilson. In the mean time many organizations and officials of the state aro Interesting themselves In the matter. Humboldt has taken no official action but probably will. Local officials here are hoping that there can be a state movement of town and city councils to throw their weight against the raise. Senator Herring has stated his Intention to In* produce legislation into the national senate that will hrir... the.matter under the power of the Federal ^ift|tUm t Commission, ^ ^18^:^6"stirred up a hornet's nest and'' „„ , r esult in drastic action state or national The .opponents of the move are hoping that the price boost can In some manner be brought under the power of the Federal Communications Commission f It is the belief of many that the act is a move on the part of the telephone people to arouse public Indignation to the extent that a communications commission will be created In this state by the coming session of the state legislature. Iowa is one of the six states in the Union that has no communications commission. With the establishment of such a commission the companies effected could deal directly with the commission and would not be forced • toi light the various communities over rate raises This mighH be taken as a favor for the people and " again the companies might be able to handle the ' commission easier than it can the people It will be rememhered that Minnesota has such a commission, and granted the fifteen per cent raise. It Is a complicated matter and not easily understood. Protesting the rates is only a visible sign or the trouble underneath. ute Cleveland of Badger aro serv Inir in tho fmned forces of (lie United States. Tho three are Pvt. Al- bcrtus Cleveland, 28, Pvt. Richard, 2S i.j.J Ho!,oit 21. Private Alher.tus enlisted In the air corps and left January 2 of this year. He is stationed at Esler Field, La. PHvate Richard enlisted In tho quarter masters corps and loft January !l of this year. Ho was stationed at Fort Frances 1C. Warren, iii Wyoming, but has been sent to an unknown point. However, Allirrfns Clevoluml W%ivya?|^_f his have wopk - American «r )U« post. His address Is in care of the Postmastci, .Seattle, Wash. Robert enlisted In tho Navy fol- from high —.—^. V.T^IJ rvci-n. Ainerii Production will tip the contest for good and all nut keep your fingers crossed. Wo will hnvo more reverses, nut In the end we will have victory ! 1 " wlllp - his - Wo have (he productive force, (he 7nnn power .'. ll "." M " mr) - " ml k ' ft .Immediately. Rood direction wo can't help winning/ IM"".™''to ns to soo that wo do win. IiS JMVK OUKAT I>TOJIE. Iowa fanners enjoyed their Inrcost ca-=h income in January of this year. " totaling $IM.!>fiO.OOO, setting nn nil-time record The nearest approach to thl« wns ,, 1P , ricome reBl S «rrr.d during the month of December, 1.M1. which reached a total of $120.S20.000. The January figure showed a 53 per cent Increase over the $S1,S3 5 .000 recorded in the corresponding month .-, yenr ago. II started Iowa on the way to „ f.-.rm income of more Ihnn $1.0no.OOO',noO r or the present year Ihia Jump in receipts in due to increased production as wol las to higher prices for many farm products. If the Income for the other eleven months of l!M2 were to equal that of January the slate would have an Income for the year of nearly $1.500,000.000. This is hardly to be expected, however, as December and January Incomes almost always are considerably higher than other months. The prospects are .however, that the year's total may go well over the billion dollar figure. • In spite of this there,,seems Itttle likelihood that this prosperity will bring a period of wild speculation and a trail of financial ruin such as followed the last previous run of unusual Income. Too many people have not yet forgottcen (hone black days nnd those harrowing experiences when fortunes faded away even more rapidly than they had been acquired.—Cherokee Times. Undoubtedly some of the younger generation He is only 21 years old, nnd is a seaman first class. He was al Pearl Iliirliiir when the Jniii.ue-e attacked December 7, and is on the u. H. S. Lexington. Recently that carr- rporledly engaged In a Pacific the groom and hia attendants *ore foirftal ijupfeg attire. The bHde'g rtiofher, Mrs. Kirby, wore a fttfvy bitfe dresB with navy and *hlfe accessories nnd wore a cor- *Hl ° f 5 ard ' ent ««- The groom's mother, Mrs. Louise Fox. also wore navy blue with accessories to match and a corsage of gardenias. and Mrs. Donald Harold of Palmer. Miss Kathryn Hedlnger of • Detroit also attended the wedding. ward. License 514. J. Verbrng- ge. 40S South Taft, Telephone 326-R. 1-48-1 Kolierl Clfvclnnd A reception was held in the dining room of the Hayes hotel. Thirty five guest, were served at a four course dinner. The day waa also the birthday of the bride's brother, OSorge who was presented with a large birthday cako at the reception. Mrs. Fox i« a former fill more •Ity resident, she attended the school of Ollmore City and I'ocn- hontas. After her graduation she was ^ployed In Sioux city, for a few years and since has boon emplo'y- -d nt the Hara Sporting Roods Company of Chicago. The groom s the son of Mrs. Louise Fox of :hlcago. He is a gradnnto nf the ngiewood high school of that placo ml recently completed a course at he Institute of technology n n <! !s now employed at the Stiidebaker aviation defense plant. .Upon their return from a wedding trip the young couple will be at home to their friend? at 7f>3 Dlshop Sti-oot, Chicago. Those from here who attended the wedding were Mrs....Margaret Klrby and Donald, Mr. and Mrs. George Klrby, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Klrby all of Ollmore City nnd Mr. j .NOT If'K Beaver Community Club meets Friday April 2<i, at the club house at 8 P. M. The program wlll.be In charsp of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Kuncrt, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Klrch- hoff, Mr. and Mrs. Kdwiu Kiiehnast. Refreshment commute Is Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Kirehhoff, Mr. and Mrs. Rob Kuphnast, Mr. and Mrs. Pnul Kiiehnast and Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Volberdlnp. ' Klection of officers Will be held . Members please bring tables and rook cards. FOR SAF/K—BROWN SWFSS C01V. flity liroke. Freshen In August. Also 1 heifer calf. D. W. Fernau. Pioneer. I-48-lpd WANT and S A L E FOR S,U,K .U'RKAOK. GOOB house and buildings in northwest Hiimhnldt on Highway 16fl. I^ar.B Ringshorg. I-4S-lpd WANTED REMAttlE 3tf.A7f TO supply regular customers with famous Watkins products in Humboldt. Special starting offer includes ?;?0 fres products. Steady earnings, starting immediately. Write J. R. Wftklns Co., D-51, Winona, Minn. I-46-4pd WANTED—BURLAP BAGS. crete Products Co. I-39-ltf KKPKRAF, FA KM LOANS— (!. H. Southwlck, Sec'y and Treas. 212 Ooud Blk. Fort Dodge; Legion Bldp., Humboldt. l-23if. in this column tosl otie cent n word If cash ncconitmnlrx HIP order. >n erder for fes» ilmn 25 cents. 1 PlfojfK 102 LOST—F)00, PAKT RAT fERRI. er, white body, black head and ears, one black spot on back, tan spots over eyes, answers to name Skeez, recently blinded. Re- lulu." The ClcvclanilK arc not »:ir<' v.-hore ho Is at the present. "Micro Is another Cleveland son. si-:, baMe. when is „„( «,f 20 .1^ Kvoivn " ^"^n",'' """ !' " illlBhler ' ;.n,s.. .„„„•,„.,-» were destroyed. > i' ,', ,?/ " t \f ! ""'" [f ;" '•«'» T,,,. rie^nds reeeived a letter I!!;,: i? „„ l''^ J'^She'p^' fr..,u Robert Ins, week, and he „„ ,„,,„„,„,, „ , c os f, „ ' , """ Wc .!l!: i ' g . 0lnB .« OWl -"»'".'" 1 'inle ,n,e,, bu, „'!,„„, ^h"",",, i M'iiily Id give up. We can do It." IJnbeit wired u lovely corsage of three gardenias to his mother for Kasler. The accompanying card . "Mother, Love, Robert, Hono- professional experience first. All the Cleveland sons am daughters were born in Had^n and the family has Hvtd there 4i years. A niblo class Is being organized There ,vns a ftOO .Sunday morn«'" the young people and adults illg robbe.y a, Lcdyard Xn ™e who have until now had no part in our Sunday school activity. Everyone is welcome to join this class. Jl A. M. Divine worship. ,..,,, , , "" jumiKi-i- KeneratHMi »'" »c ai inc II e enguht ,„ „„, Inflationary „„,„,,_ ,„„ Iowanfl evening „, 7:30. IILMHOLDT BAITIST 1'FFUR.CH I'Jiiil H'illlniiis, Pastor Church school at 10:00 A. M. •Morning Worship at 11:00 A. M. Young People's meeting at 7:15 P. Evening Service at 8:00 P. M. The Junior B. Y. P. U., meets in the church basement at seven-fifteen Sunday evening. Our prayer service will be at the church Wednesday evening at eight, o'clock. The lesson will be Mark 11:15-33. The Mission Circle will meet In the church Thursday afternoon at two o'clock. There will be a pot luck lunch and the lesson will be a sealed order meeting. Choir practice will be nt the church Thursday general store there was broken .11- to and that much merchandise taken. Also the elevators there were robbed about the same time. Fr. F. T. Jlayer-Onlics of C'hica- go has accepted n call ns pastor of the Fonda Community church, and preached his first sermon there Sunday. WEATHER (Continued from pace ' l ° I1B11 lh ' 1 ""' -member only in,, ,.. ii IT ieim-Mioer only loo «e 1. However all Towa will rejoice in the Increased farm income. We a,,- „,, a pnrt , )f th ", gioat agricultural state. DeWitt Mackenzie in his daily talk Friday .lays will decide the war. Ho claims to i from Lieutenant ._. ">••*, hi-iintu ur me •s in w M n H " rV "' 0 ° f 8UP ' P "" S - Th " ««»««-mcnt ln ,;"^V^ B rr. pr « ite . tten «''«'«'»««''"in« CROSS YOUn KINOKKS. Did you ever hear that story of ,„„ irishman WITH THE CHURCHES CJIIU8TUN SCIENCE CHURCH Opposite the Public Library. Church Services every Sunday at eleven o'clock. Sunday school at ten o'clock. The public is cordially invited to attend these services. w.,1 see the fate of the world war The .".•mans wil, do or die this summer. They know '"" 1 T'f " f ""' UU "° W " f •»»»'»«• from gets into motion. have not done all we can for ou •Suridny using as his theme f ST. JJUBI'S CHURCH J, T. Fit/patr)<&, Pastor Sunday MasseB 8;00 and 10:00. Holy days, 6; 80 and 8:00. Confessions Saturday afternoon 4:00 and 5:00. Evening 7:00. Holy Hour W 4 prayers fpr peace every Saturday evening from 7:00 to 8:00. Rl'TLAXIl U K. (Jiid-li, Morning worship ai 9: HO o'clock Church school at io : 30 o'clock The pastor will give the morning. "The Qrcatnem, of Jesus Hie theme for the evening will he "Condition of Dixclpleshlp." *ot!,h I't-lluwBhip at 7:30 o'clock in the Youth Fellowship. Let us all be present. These beautiful B p r | llg morn j ngs seem to extend to our hearts the invitation to worship God. TKIXITY U7TIIKKA?,' 0. 8, WorsWp at 9:45 A. M. at »:00 A. . , Senior League meets first and Ujird Brotherhflw} day of eyei- U ft. R, meets second Mon mW-week sejrviee tor tie J. 0. nuiiffiM.rg', Pastor 11:00 A. M .Morning Worship 10:00 A. M., Sunday school 8:00 P. M., Luther League ' The Cutechlsjn class meets Saturday at 10:00 A. M. at the church "The Church of Friendly Fellow- snip W. Clnrk H'tUlums, W. L, Broaw, The Wednesday morning prayer services will be held at 10:00 A M., in the following places. In Dakota City with Mrs. Merle John- <*u m the North Section of Huia- boidt, with Mrs. R. R. p ryor . Jn toe central section with Mrs. How- utb section Hansen. T*M» YOMWE people's devotional , bervices for Sunday, April "610:00 a. m.-Church srhool; Verne B. Allan, superintendent. Training for Christian living with classes for all ages. 10:00 A. M.-Service of worship; sermou theme, "Lov c A Fou,-l faquare Requisite." Special music under the direction of Miss Annabelle Bowen; Miss Ellen Ringaborg organist. Election of delegates to state conference meeting ttt Waterloo May 1-3. 1:30 p. m.— Young folks of the i- P. F. will meet at church to take cars for Fort Dodge to attend annual Spring rally at First Congregational church. Choir rehearsal at church Thursday evening at 7:30. The Guild girls will meet at the John II. Nelson home Saturday afternoon at two o'clock. For our lisson next Sunday evening message read Act the 13th chapter. The State B. Y. P. U., convention meets at the First Baptist church of Sioux City, Iowa, April 24-26. You are cordially invited lo attend every service of our church. The preaching of the Cross is to Ihnn thai perish foolishness, but unto us which are saved it is the power of God. I Corinthians 1:18. PAUL LEAVERTON SPOKE AT ANNUAL SMELT DINNER Paul Leaverton of Humboldt, conservation officer for this district, headlined the program at the annual smelt dinner given by the Fonda' chapter at the Pocahouias county conservation league Friday evening. Mr. Leaverton spoke on "Conservation In Iowa." Apporximately 200 persons attended the dinner, Mr. Leaverton suited. The smelt were excellently prepared, and the entire program was enjoyable. Smelt are small fish resembling the trout. They are taken from streams entering the Gre«t Lake, H. L. I're, Sim Wind GG 2-1 0 P.C. SW lions:,are,bfcing made.foy corn. Gardens Vr'e up. though, the cold weather hasVetarded growth. Early rhubarb is in use, and the asparagus is peeping through the ground Date Apr. Apr. Apr. Apr. Apr. Apr. Apr. 7 Apr. Apr. Apr. 10 Apr, 11 Apr. 12 Sunup at 5:11. Sundown at Standrud time. Thirteen hours and thirty-six minutes between. Of course war time is an hour ahead of the time used here. 53 G7 81 57 50 45 52 58 •10 50 59 35 30 4(i 34 35 33 24 2S '11 or. P.C. C. C. C. C. C. P.C. clear clear clear clear S S S SE N N SE E N SE SE • WEDDING _ 'Continued from Page One) Ella Klrby was niiild 'of liolTor. Mary Jane Klrby a cousin of the bride acted as bridesmaid. The groom was attended- by Edgar Kit- lendorf and George Lynch was the usher. llrliliil Ilrcss The bride was attractive In a white taffeta and hiee colonial style gown with flowing train. Her veil was held In place by a tiara of pe:irls. She carried a large bouquet of while lilies and sweet peas and also a white pearl rosaiy. The maid of honor wore an aqua lace 'and Murquiset colonial style floor length dress with u matching weetheart hut, and a bouquet of carnations and sweet peas. The bridesmaid wore a tea rose dress identical to that of the maid of honor and alFo carried a bouquet of I ; nations and sweut peas. , CHU»C« Butlaad, Iowa Thursday afternoon, Ladies Aid bo W e will meet at the 8 outh wes t of HunjboWt. are Mrs. Mike Madseu and Mrs Thomas Kj Saturday, Uon iostructiofl. Special Price ON Typing Paper SQO SHEETS A PULI, REAM OF WHITE BOND PAPER «H«11 INCHES ONLY STATIONERY A reputation for social correctness is not costly. You can stamp your daily activities with the mark of correctness by using GENUINE ENGRAVED visiting cards and informals at this low price. SO Platinum Parchment paneled informal 50 envelopes to match 100 Platinum Parchment paneled visiting cards to match FOR ONLY INCLUDING THE PLATE! Dozens of other engraved social needs. Printing Company WEGKOWL1M CHAMPIONS OH CHICK IT HAS A VITAMIN 900STf THE BOSS MAY SAVE UP TO 30% 50% ON FEED COST, THE ORDER TODAY FROM THE QUAKER OATS CO. 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