The Humboldt Independent from Humboldt, Iowa on April 21, 1942 · Page 5
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The Humboldt Independent from Humboldt, Iowa · Page 5

Humboldt, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 21, 1942
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ass ItJJi lot: 8.34 5.81 0.81 2.78 138 S.78 1.02 1.40 1.14 1.27 .,13 .17 .32 .59 ,41 00 00 90 90 no it} )0 10 10 '0 H UMOTA THEATRE /I Tuesday, April 21 lOc & 20c Show They get about every laugh in town too, as they raid the males in the year's biggest roundup of roars . . . ! "THREE GIRLS ABOUT TOWN" starring Joan Blonde!!, Sinnie Barnes, Janet Blair with Robert Benchley, John Howard. Added Attraction, Superman in "The Bulleteers." Wednesday and Thursday April 22 and 23 "DR. KILDARE'S VICTORY" Lionel Barrymore, Ann Ayars, Robert Sterling } Lew Ayres, Jean Rogers. I Dr. Kildare smashes the '' ambulance racket that j forbids doctors to save ' lives wherever necessary Musical act, "Tune Time" Admission 10c-20c-30c Coming Friday and Saturday, April 24 and 25 "Mr. Bug Goes to Town" The happiest full length feature cartoon ever filmed. In technicolor. All admission prices include state sales tax and federal defense tax. David Heldt, was a business visitor at Woodward, la., Saturday. Jerry Harbour has been absent (from achoftl, because of the measles. Mrs. E. H. Bradley and baby spent the week-end with relatives ;it Eldora. The Keith Fawcett .family have moved to a house located at 808 Fifth Ave.. N'. : Mrs. Lee L. Harmon, ol Rolfe, j was a business visitor here, the j last of the week. i Ben Trexel. operator O f the Hum- I boldt ice and locker plant, has In- I stalled additional lockers. j Alfred Anderson, of Oowrle, spent j » wetk here with his son, O. Cllf- ! ford Anderson and family. | Miss Mildred Johnson of Gilmore j City began working as waitress at Hotel Humboldt Monday morning. Mrs. Dale Himrod underwent an operation at the Lutheran hospital in Fort Dodge early Monday morning. Mr. and Mrs. William Ray and family of Fort Dodge were Sunday evening visitors at Hie Miller Klein home. Mrs. Paul Nielsen spent last Tuesday at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bremson in Ottosen. Mis. Qrover Grain and daughters spent the week-end in Des Moines with Mr. Grain, who has employment there. Mrs. Merle McCormlck and son JHE HUMBOLftt' Lighted "V" for Victory HHftijUjt^^^^^^m^^mtSm,.-*. iaifcaai^^-j^B..^ . f • HtrMflOLBf, IOWA a second in the other. Edwin Olson and Cecil Parsons entered th? chapter contest and were awarded a first. They will participate in the state contest April 1. Marlon Thompson entered the public speaking contest for the first time, and rated a second. His topic was "Home Beautlftcation." The team entering the chapter contest explains the activities and accomplishments of the Future Farmer Chapter during the past ' y C "»«V, rlc " s Nnmh, vear ' Salesman has been secured "Number Owe to Speak at Ft. Dodge Byron Shepnrd, secretary of the Humboldt and Dakota City Chamber of Commerce received a letter today inviting all Chamber of Commerce memberf nnd their employes to n meeting which will be held at 7:30 P. M. Tuesday, April 21 at the high sch nl auditorium in Fort Docigf. Elmer Wheeler, rommon- j ly cnllert "Anifricn's Number One Seniors of Pioneer High School Will Present Play May 1 The senor class of the Pioneer to address the Associated Retnilers of Fort Dodge on the subject, "Selling in War Time." Mr. Wheeler is n nationally known humorist, and a forceful speaker. school will present "Don't Funeral Services For Mrs. Levonna Smith 1'iomer Friday PERSONAL MENTION Bob Spear Is seriously ill at the Chest! Moen home. Bobby Brooks, son of Patrolman .. ..Brooks,^ ill f ,with the in'ea"sles. K. J. Smith remains in a critical condition in the University hospital in Iowa City. Jere Jane, small daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Thalacker Is ill with the measles. ; Mr. and Mrs. David Caryl are .;' spending the week-end in Lake Mills visiting friends. Merrill Beers left Thursday for Iowa City to enter the hospital for a medical examination. Mrs. C. H.. Day was a week-end visitor with her daughter Mrs. Gordon Hoffman and family near Rutland. Ilev. and Mrs. W. L. Breaw and Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Watson were last Saturday evening visitors in Bradgate. Mr. and Mrs. George Steyer were visitors last Sunday afternoon at the parental Grant Hoffman home west of Ilutland. The L. Petersen boys are maving a seige of Illness. The oldest one has the mumps and the second one has the chicken pox. Miss Barbara Breaw who is a teacher In Sheldon spent the week end here with her parents, Hev. an Mrs, W. L. Breaw. Mrs. Will Morse who has spen the winter In Washington, D. ( with her sitter and family return eel' to Humboldt Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Bruhn o Cedar Falls were Sunday callers a the Cecil Leland home. The Brulint were former residents here. Word has been received fron Edwin Kocher who 1? In the U. S Army Air Corps that he is stationed at Ellington Field, Houston Texas, of Webster City, spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs W. E. Bauman. E. G. DeSmidt of Waterloo came Sunday to spend a few days at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. James DeSmidt. Mr. and Airs. Louie Fort of Dakota Gity were Sunday afternoon visitors at the C. .1. Johnson home near Gilmore City. Betty Jane DeGrooto, student at the University of Iowa, spent the week-end visiting her parents. Mr. and Mrs. 0. H. DeGroote. Mrs. Harold Clay and daughters Piitty and Janice of Dakota City were Friday afternoon visitors with I Mrs. Harold Rood in Bode. Mrs. Mlda Doan and her sister, '.Mrs. H. H. Wilder of Fort Dodge, I made n recent trip to Wisconsin to attend the funeral of a relative. Mr. and Mrs. James Johnson and La von spent Sunday at Marcus with Mrs. Johnson's sisters, Mrs. fie?s Xelsoii and Bertha Vonder- burg. Mrs. Joseph Bradley and baby, returned to Algona after visiting with Airs. Bradley's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. ' Vonderlwar las week. Airs. Fay Ferris of Rutland anc Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Ferris of Ft Dodge were Saturday afternoon visitor at the Harold Clay home In Dakota City. Mrs. Fannie Grummons, of Los Angeles, Calif., who was called to Jefferson by the death of her brother, will visit friends In Humboldt .this week. • Mr.- andjWrB.-O. W.-Blomker, Avest of Humboldt, and Mrs. Axel Kjar and son Leslie Charles of Humboldt twp. were Sunday evening callers (it the Sullas Campbell home. Mr. and Mrs. Weir Nelson are the parents of a girl horn Satur- The Hlfi-BctlTe Ifehlwl «V, pictured nlmvP, and symbolizing victory, WHS: a part of Hie rtccflrntions at tile basketball banquet for fonr t^rns held Mondnj evening April 13, in in the Legion Utillrting- In llnni. i . •- ' « - t.,i' ljl.^,11,11 l»[llllllll£ III I1III1I* and sponsored by (lie Humboldt nncl Dakota CHy Chamber of iniiiiiicrcc. day, April 18, at the Lutheran hospital in Fort Dodge. Mr. Nelson is manager of the Council Oak Store here. Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Blomker were Sunday afterijoon visitors with Tin Ekedal of near Otho, who is a patient at the Lutheran hospital in Fort Dodge, where he recently underwent an operation. Mr. and Mrs Theron Kendall, Gilmore City, and Mrs. W. C. Hoag went to Lake Mills Sunday where j ,.. they spent the day in the home of , ... C / Mr. and Mrs. Glen Brue. Mrs. I " V ""' 1 ' Mrs. Llllian'Sundeen. Garden Club meets at £-30 P. M. at the home of Mrs. Christine Andersen. The program on "Look Out of Your Window" will be given by Carrie Oimsted . 225 Club meets at the home of Mrs. Kay Lindhart. Wednesday Afternoon Uridge club meets at the home of Mrs. Olvde Hart. W. I. C. of Grove Township muets at the homo of Mrs. Ella Tinken. W. It. C. regular meeting in Legion flub room. Thursday, April 2J1— A. I. C. meets with Mrs. Mildred Vv'iicux. Program luadur is Mis. Musa Knierinm. Plant exchange will be held. Baptist Woman's Mission circle meets at the church. Sealed orders program and pot hick lunch. I. 0. O. F. regular meeting. Hlrte-A-Wee club meets for 1:15 luncheon at the home of Mrs. Walter Brcaw. Thursday Bridge Club meets for 1:15 luncheon at Hotel Humboldt. Kriday, April 21— Beaver Community Club meets at I the club house at 8 P. M., with Mr. and Mrs. Otto Kunert, Mr. and Mrs. Fred KIrchhoff, and Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Kuehnast in charge of the program and refreshments will be served by Mr. and Mrs. Edgar KIrchhoff, Mr. and Mrs. Hob Kuehnast, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Kuehuast, and Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Volberding. There will be election of, officers at this meeting. » ; ' : •* -.:-•' Priscllla Club meets at the home of Mrs. Jean Uopte. Friday Contract Club meets at Llvermore at the home of Mrs. R. J. Oilman. Monday, April 27 WEST BEND MAN FAVORS HITLER; IS CRITICISED For some time there has been much criticism in the public press of one W. H. Daubentek of West Bend who tome time ago sent a Barken my Door," at the high school auditorium evening. May 1 at 8 P. M. Members of the cast are Eleanor Janssen. Cecelia Bradley. Kathryn Miller, Shirley Kerker, Mary Es- iber tkiniirii, Howard" Lynch, Bon- aid Nlllis and Wilium Helferich. for the aged lady were held at Maxwell on March 26. Mrs. Smith resided near Gilmore City from 1891 to about 1896. She wns married to Augustine W. Smith in Humboldt In 1895, and the couple lived on a farm near Rolfe until 1014. Deceased lived at Maxwell the remaining years of her life with the exception of four years. which she Spent with.her daughter BerMfce August-, on the cart- pus of Nebraska Wesieyan University. . Machine fool Industry The machine tool Industry expects to produce $450,000 worth of tools this year. Word reaches Humboldt county of the death of Mrs. Levonna Elmira Smith. 82, former resident of near Gilmore City, at the home of it Or "oVot Maxwell. II.- Icrwn. BurroiishE, Funeral services FRANK L. STADY PLUMBER Phone 433J Humboldt, Iowa 905 First Avenue North SPECIALS AND American Legion Auxiliary meets In Legion Club rooms. Chamber of Commerce meets for 6:30 dinner in Legion dining room. D. A. H. meets with Anna Wilson hostess. H. W. A. regular .meeting. Chautuuqua Circle meets at two P. M., at the home of Julia Nelson. IV. H. IHiiilioixllc- communication to the peoples department of the Des Moines Kcgis- ter that practically endorsed Hitler and counseled the American people to make a quick peace with Gei many, or words to that effect. Mr. Dauhendiek states that h was born In Germany and Informa tlon concerning him discloses tha he is an elderly man who Is th ,head of a, telephone jejchinge a West Bend, and Is interested; In sev eral telephone companies 'of thi section of Iowa. His picture re produced herewith will be of'in terest to everyone. Mr. and Mrs. John Miller and Mr. and Mrs. Rasmus Hunsen were Sunday visitors at the Mary Lawson and Tena Haneen home at Gilmore. Mies Porothy Gran spent several days last week at the parental will Cran home near Bradgate to help earg for her mother who bad suffered a heart attack. Rev. and Mrs. Harold Dayton and daughter of Larebwood were visitors here recently at the parental Archie A4sms home and at the parental Guy Dayton borne in Dakota Members of the Flrat Lutheran pb.»rcb cfcoir, directed by 0. Clifford Anderson, went to Gowrte Pujjgar evening to present a c-aa- teHJi '"Pfe* Holy City," at the fcn> thfraa church there- tyr. and Mrs. TWford Saul of 4m?- ¥«•• *nd Mrs, Bob Myers and _*>S WofteM of Kansas City, Mo., to their home In p»ko- Brue Is the former Therese Kendall. Miss Arlene Miller, daughter of Mr. and .Mrs. J. F. Miller, has accepted a position as Social Welfare Worker, of Webster county, with headquarters in Fort Dodge. She started on her now position this (Monday) morning. Bernard Ferris of Fort Dodge, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fay Fei-.rls, of Rutland, left Saturday evening by train from Fort Dodge for Washington; D. C., where he has Invited to Fort. accepted a civil service position as Junior typist. Mrs. Ferris will join him soon. Loren H. Devine, son of Mrs. John Devine has recently been granted a Gold Star merit reward, having completed seven and a half months training at Cal-Aero Flight Academy, In course of flyers training without an accident. He will graduate from the school in May. Mr. and Mrs. C. Z. Wood of Corinth twp. and their daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Carlson of Fort Dodge, l«ft Sunday uornlng for little Rock, Ark., where they will spend one week at the home of the former's gon and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Forest Wood. Mrs. Fay Ferris of Rutland and Ir. and Mrs. Bernard Ferris of Ft. 3odge, spent last Friday at the home of Mr. ami Mrs. Berwin 'hrondten in Belle Plalne. Mrs. iaus Porter accompanied the Feris' to Marshalltown, where she pent the day with Mr. and Mrs, nirley Porter. Ten members of the Humboldt Woman's Itelief Corps went to Ft. Dodge Saturday where they were guests of the Fort Dodge Corps at a one o'clock luncheon in their regular club rooms. Following the luncheon patriotic program appropriate to Grand Army Day was en- Joyed. I'lillfornlu Guest Honored at Luncheon— Mrs. W. B. West and Mrs. J. D. flerkhimer were joint hostesses Saturday at a one o'clock luncheon at the West home honoring Mrs. Mumle Miner of Long Beach, Calif., who i» visiting old friends here. Fifteen guests were present. Place cards were miniature hats made from milk bottle caps which the guests placed on their heads. The afternoon was spent visiting and reminiscing. RECEIVE A FIRST AT FUTURE FARMER CONTEST SATURDAY Member* of the Humboldt Future Farmer Chapter, under the direction of E. L. Brayton, entered two events In the district contest at Iowa Falls Saturday, and were awarded a first In one division and Von Citn't Toll -Kin Mlt<> Thin « |r K4 , \ Want Ad I wish to thank my many friends and customers for the favors extended in my behalf and for past business. As I am leaving town I will appreciate it if those who have an account with me will please call at the house and settle same. Dwight Lennon Lennon Electric Co. WHITE NAPHTHA SOAP Carnation Milk, 3 for 25c 2 Ib. tin or jar Coffee, any kind 55c No. 10 Blue Prunes 29c Robin Hood Flour, high grade_.._$L69 3 tins full size Red Ripe Tomatoes....25c 2 tins 1 Ib. Select Pink Salmon 35c Beet Sugar, 100 Ibs .....$6.39 i gallon Glo Coat $1.49 Pillsbury's Best Flour (free cannon towel and a 1£ Ib. pkg. Pancake Flour) all for $1.89 Kraft's Dinner, 2 for 15c DeGroote Grocery U.S. CERTIFIED N. P. I. P. Kvory Clilrk Sired l>y I'. S. It. O. I». I'nllKTf'Pil. I'lll- Iiirnni 'IVxIcil Mnlcv MntPil <o I . N. CtTllllcd, I'lilloriini Tenfecl TESTED IDDEN Phone 411W Genuine engraved cards on plain or paneled vellum. Choice of 67 styles of engravin?. HUMBOLDT, IOWA 31 South Sth Street * * PLATE INCLUDED! Order your cards today. Jaqua Printing Co., Humboldt, la. EnterTodaii OMAR'S /_ ; -i kw' SOCIAL CALENRAft fe* $*y Friday by the Ulcess and ffl tbeto fether, Anton Ho«- n— D. g. Club nwets at tie twme of Wtti Bridge club «*et» »t the home o! State Game Farm Production The first pheasant and quail eggs for the 1942 Cooperative Game Bird Program will be placed In the Incubators at the State Game Farm at Boone on April 18. "Mother" Clyde Updegraff, hatchery superintendent, reports this, the earliest tetting since the stablishment of the Game Farm in 1938. Twenty-six sportsmen's clubs have to date requested game birds this year. Estimate 4hatchery production for 1942 is 40,000 pheasants and 15,000 quail. Two-$r«ek» old pheasant chicks are sent to the cooperating groups and reared in specially designed pens until tfeey are eight to ten weeks ol<j. fhey $re tbeft released on areas where a seed stock of pheasants is needed or where SHwe birj envirouuieDt has been Unproved. Quail tire senf: from tie tp STQUBS y ^ B jtfes bjrds »re two ed In old. old[, a»4 are rsiew- coverts whflo eight the exceedingly high in ftr e Mrs. gilly Salher and sou Larry "' tor 6:15 P. dialog roam. Mrs. 4*ifihjter ftelores Doan 944 to »WJ 0*u«bte for their fepjoj in ..TO HELP II.S. NAVY FAMILIES IN TIME OF NEED i THE NAVY RELIEF SOCIETY, which had its origin in 1820, provides financial help to families of the personnel of the United States Navy in time of need, The war today has increased the necessity for funds to care for the dependents of the men who have made the supreme sacrifice and those who are today fighting to preserve our country's freedom. This SOCIETY is appealing to the people of our country fer contributions in a nation* wide campaign to attain a goal of *I,OOC^OOQ for an organisation which always stands ready to tmst Navy families in time of need; iNAVY RBUIf §J •^^l# ^ *«?- CONTEST •FREE Defense Stamps! • FREE Defense Bonds! • FREE Washington Trip! ' lever before a •ontest like this! Nothing to do to enter but fill out (he brief entry blank and attach your snapshot or photograph! No letters to write, no slogans to make up, no puzzles to work. Your health, yo«r vitality your charp — those «e the winning qualifications! For this conjert has an unusual purpose—to emphasize the important* of jujr those qualities in winning tkr war. Yes, w emphwKgf the-far? this VITAMINS pjiy W p* ant health — and the part that radwat heaUfc pUys i» VJ&TORY! FQR FliEB BNTRY - rs w " w amin. FROM COCKERELS PEDIGREED AS FOLLOWS: White Leghorns, 300-335 egg strain, at—_____ ir 0 ,, White Rocks, 250-305 egg strain, at ^"l2c New Hampshirea, 250-285 egg strain, at Il2c Barred Rocks, 200-265 egg strain, at I2c All chicks brooded are fed Wayne Chick Starter. Wayne Chick Starter, $3.75 per 100, $18.00 for 500 Wayne 26 % Supplement, $3.90 per 100, $18.75 for Other Wayne feeds and Occo Minerals for livestock and poultry. OUR SPECIAL FOR THIS WEEK Pilot Brand Oyster Shell for 80c per 100 Occo Ton-Ex Worm Preventative for your chicks Easier, safer, better than tablets or capsules. 3 Ibs. treats ,500 chicks to 4 months pf aj& , costs only 45.00. Thousands of birds are-treaUdJ with this product every year with remarkable suc-T ' cess. Order your chicks, fee* and Ton-Ex all in one orcler and save more chickens for market. , • ) Kocher Hatchery

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