The Humboldt Independent from Humboldt, Iowa on May 19, 1942 · Page 1
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VOLUME 75, NO, 62 HUMBOLDT, IOWA, TUESDAY, MAY 19, 1942 WHOLE NUMBER 3,891 SCHOOLS ARE PREPARIIG FOR GRADUATION Corintk 6 and Humboldt Junior High Win Meet ANNUALEVENT THURSDAY OF LAST WEEK Walter Crissey Was in Charge of Joint Track Tourney Corinth number six school with 50 points copped first place In the rural devision, and Humboldt Junior high with 45 points took first honors for town schools during the Humboldt County rural and Junior track meet held at the local fairgrounds Thursday afternoon last. Walter Crissey of the Humboldt public schools was in charge, aided by a committee. Second place in the rural section went to Weaver one, and tlUrd to Norway eight. Also high racking were Corinth ten and Lake nine. Second place in Junior high schools went to Gilmore City, third to Dakota City and fourth to Vernon Consolidated school. Winners Rural school winners were: BO yard dash for boys, Channing Greene of Corinth 6 1st, Eugene Vinsand of Corinth 10 2nd Leland Anderson of Lake 9 3rd. 25 yard dash girls, Phyllis Joiner of Weaver one 1st, Beverly Joiner of Weaver one 2nd and Carol Jean Nelson of Norway one, 3rd. Broad Jump, Channing Greene, 1st, Leland Anderson 2nd and Myron Westre of Lake nine 3rd. 75 yard dash for boys, Eugane .Vinsand 1st,"Channing Greene 2nd _and, Lelandi-Anderson 3rd. R»— £-~£*~i'*(txr™***- i i i .-^J^..,jj.y- '-** SIP yard'dash-glrjs^Pnyl 1st, Carol Jean Nelson 2nd and June Johnson of Norway 8 third. 100 yard dash boys, Eugene Vinsand 1st, Channing Greene 2nd and Leland Anderson 3rd. 50 yard dash girls, Phyllis Joiner 1st, Marilyn Nessa of Norway 8 2nd and June Johnson 3rd. High Jump, Leland Anderson 1st, Gerald Hellickson and Channing Greene tied for 2nd. Kittenball throw girls, Carold Llndeman of Corinth six 1st, Jane Johnson 2nd and Mavis Andeson ot Norway one 3rd. 220 yard run Channing Greene 1st, Edwin Edge of Corinth 6 2nd and Eugene Vinsand 3rd. 100 yard relay girls, won by Norway 8, with Marilyn Nessa and June Johnson; 2nd went to Corinth 6, Carol Lindeman and Virginia Rasmussen. Third went to Grove one, Alice Mangle and Donna Rae Weydert. 220 yard relay boys, Corinth 6 1st, Edwin Edge and Chauuiug Greene; North Airline 2nd, Laurence Davis and Russell Giddiugs; Lake 9 3rd, with Myron Westre and Leland Anderson. 150 yard relay girls, Norway 8 1st, June Johnson, Marilyn Nessa and Marjorie Johnson; 2nd to Weaver one with Beverly Joiner, Phyllis Joiner and Neonia Phillips; 3rd to Corinth 6, Carol Lindemau, Geneva Rasmussen and Virginia Rasmussen. 330 yard relay boys, North Airline 1st, Laurence Davis, Curtis Albee and Russell Giddings; 2nd to Corinth six, Edwin Edge, Channiug Greene and Gordon Bennett; 3rd to Lake 9, Leland Anderson, Myron Westre and Howard Himrod. Kit- tenball throw, boys, Cbaunlng Greene 1st, Eugene Vinsand 2nd and Howard Himrod 3rd, Junior Hlg'h Junior high winners were: WO yard dash, 1st Leonard Jacobson of Humboldt, 2nd, Scbnleder of Ver- and. Peterson of Gilmore City g|l} of Dakota City 3rd. I'FIW, Sprlien of • -y>| Humboldt 8n4 U. S. 0. Drive Begins Humboldt County May 26 J. L. Campbell of Humboldt, chairman of the county-wide United Service Organizations drive, states that campaign will get underway May 26. Humboldt county's quota Is $2040 to help build clubhouses for the servicemen, and provide entertainment. The six member agencies of the USO are the Y. M. C. A., National Catholic Community Service, Salvation Army, Y. W. C. A., Jewish Welfare Board and the National Travelers Aid Association. They represent the three principal religious faiths of this nation. The main objective of the USO is to help build and maintain the strongest fighting spirit among our men In uniform by showing them how much their friends back home appreciate what they are doing; to make this appreciation tangible in the form of friendly hospitality and service in the soldiers' and sailors' off-duty hours. USO now has 21 clubhouses in eight trans-ocean bases. They have many In the United States that will help build the morale of the servicemen. The club houses are used by the lonely boy who is seeking some friendly place to go, the soldier or sailor who likes congenial company and other social entertainment, the sold'ier who wants to associate with civilian families In town, etc. The USO gives its most important services free. There is no charge for use of Its clubhouses, dances or games. There Is'now no admission charged for any of its great circuit of camp shows. Refreshments for parties and free cookies are generally provided by women volunteers who work with USO. But the organization needs money to carry on the latter part of 1942, and the committee is asking that everyone donate to this good cause. The USO needs $32,000,000 this year. Sent Greetings Home Mads Mnclsen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Knud Madsen of Humboldt, who has been in army service since RENWICK NAVYMAN LEFT FOR BASE AFTER FURLOUGH Glen Cook, Renwick's war hero, has returned to his base on the west coast after spending a furlough with his parents, Rov. and Mrs. Cook at Renwlck. Cook a member of the U. S. navy, recently told of his narrow escape in the southwest Pacific while speaking at a party in his honor in the Methodist church. Cook .went overboard with three brooms to keep afloat when the ^^^i[the. aircraft tender, i w btt*«wBc^COdk^rtia? : |ta- tloned. He wa's in the water from 4 o'clock in the afternoon until 9:30 that night when he was rescued by a destroyer. He was so numb from cold he could not pull himself up and he had to be hauled aboard by his res- \ cuers. He is a radioman and has , been recommended for promotion. i Cook was also on the U. S. Pecos when It was sunk while transporting Langley survivors to safety. LOCAL STORE SCHEDULING CLOSING SALE Coast to Coast Will Discontinue iJBusiness Ralph S. Thompson, manager of the Humboldt Coast to Coast store announces he will hold a closing out sale beginning Friday morn- Ing, May 22, at 9 o'clock. The store i will be closed from Tuesday, May 19, to Friday morning, in preparation of the sale. Mr. Thompson states the store is being closed out because of difficulty in getting merchandise, etc. F. J. Kuhl of the Lincoln (Nebraska) Sales Company will be In charge of the sale. Friday's Republican will carry an advertisement and complete details of the sale. Mr. Kuhl announces the entire stock and fixtures will be sold, and many valuable free prizes will be given. Mr. Thompson states he has no definite plans for the future. MRS. M, KUEHNAST i PASSED AWAY AT i DAUGHTER'S HOME i » ] Mrs. Mary Kuehnast. aged 76, ] died May 17 at the home of her 1 daughter, Mrs. E. A. Weiss, east of ! Humboldt. Funeral services will i be held (this) Tuesday, 1:30 P. M. i at the Weiss home and 2 p. m., at i the Zion Lutheran church in Beav' er township, with Rev Mousing in i charge. The Skaugstad Funeral •Home will direct the services. Mrs. Kuehnast fell and suffered injuries three weeks ago, and had not felt well since that time. A complete obituary will be found j J^" 7he''ballots™ are" delivered "to in Friday's Republican. the presets. The absentee ballots may be se Gilmore City Seniors Will Present Class Play Tuesday Evening (BupuMican-Iadepeudout New* Service) GJLMQRE CITY—On Tuesday evening, May 19, seniors of the Gilmore City high school will present their class play, "Pride and Prejudice" in the school gymnasium at 8 P. M, The cast of the three act play Includes: Mrs. Bennett, fair, fat and forty- five, Darlene OUcbrlst. Mr. pennett, her husband, Louise Mabar. J»ue Bennett, oldest and most beautiful daughter, Elaine Spencer. Lydia Bennett, youngest daughter, spoiled, and headstrong, Ruby . Kitty pennett, the next older, and peevish, Lorraine Saa- Bennett, tWrd in line with ' ** the ciirt ftMSfc, *'SWWe tte * ~*^l» ,«MM.4ft ABSENTEE BALLOTS MUST BE IN BY MAY 29TH County Auditor Otto Johiibou states absentee voter ballots for the primary elections have to be in his office no later than the moril- ing of Friday, May 29. This la the cured at the auditor's office. FUNERAL SERVICES HELD FOR JENS THOMSEN SATURDAY Funeral services were held in Humboldt Saturday, May 16, for Jens Thomson who passed away In this city May 14, at the age of 89 years. The service was held at the | Ellsworth Funeral Home and from the church of the deceased, Trinity Lutheran In Humboldt. Pallbearers were John Nyby, Ot.to Andersen, Rasmus Rasmussen, Jens Simou- sen, Peter 0. Nelson and Hans SchuUz. Mr. Thomson was born in Denmark and came to the United States when a young man, settling in southwest Iowa. He was married to the late Inger Lena Bonde of Rutland In 1890. She preceded him in death in 1932. Surviving are a sou Emll of Green Isle, Minnesota, a daughter, Mrs. Thorvald Brown of Humboldt, three grandsons and one granddaughter. tfuds Mndscn i 1939, sent Mother's Day greetings home on May 10, from Hawaii. Made suffered an Injury to one of his legs, and has been hospitalized twice, but the Injury is not serious. The greeting Mads sent to his mother reads as follows: Dear Mother: I send my greetings to (ho dourest mother In nil tills world, under the (rreaU'H flag that files anil for tlio greatest country on curtli. I give my life, my sen Ices, my nil, that I may share ninny Mother's Days with you In peace and freedom In the future; of our lives. Your lov-' ing son, Pvt. Mads Madscn, (6935103) Sen Jttry. 13 K. A. BIL, A. V. 0. 957, % Postmaster, Sun Francisco, Cal. LOSE OUT FIRST ROUND OF TOURNEY Bode was knocked out by Presentation Academy of Whittemore 4 to 2 in the first round of the district baseball tournament at Rockwell City last week, and Newell defeated the Thor team 5 to 3. Bode had two runs, three hits and Caur errors, while Presentation garnered tour runs, five hits and three errors. Batteries were Stelrer and Falz for Whittemore, Barker, Hanson and L. Ophelm for Bode. Tbor'B team hit three times and made five errors, while Newell had five runs, six hits and seven errors. Batteries were C, Keen, Thorson and Knutson for Thor, E. Jergen- aeii and Jensen for Newell. 200 ATTENDED THE MOTHER-DAUGHTER BANQUET FRIDAY EVE, SHIPPING STEEL BINS FROM THIS COUNTY Approximately 320 eteel bins In Humboldt county are in the process ot being dismantled for shipment to wheat sections where warehouse storage situations are acute. This number is about half of the total amount of bins in the county, used for corn until the corn was shipped. The majority of the bins will go to Kansas and Nebraska. DELEGATES ELECTED TO ATTEND STATE B. AND P. W. MEETING Delegates to attend the state Business and Professional Women's Club convention at Sioux City from May 21 to 24 were elected during the regular meeting of the Humboldt club Thursday evening, at the Legion Building dining hall. Those selected to go are Misses Eunice Thompson, Marjorie Seward and Alice Askland. Miss Eunice Eiuils, president of the club, will attend as a member of the state board. Approximately 50 persons attended the meeting, which had for its program theme, "Our Contrlbu- tee in charge was J. K. Coddlngton, Miss Ethel Strue- ben and Miss Metta Breaw. For the program Betty Hanson sang a selection, "When Love Is What the Rose Is," with piano accompaniment by Mrs. George Eng- (julst. Rev. Clark Williams of the First Congregational Church gave an Interesting talk on a timely subject. Decorations were patriotic, with a small "V" as a placecard. daughters attended the Mother- Daughter banquet held Friday evening in the Humboldt Methodist church. The entire affair was a success, with an interesting program presented after the dinner. A patriotic theme was carried in WESTERN AUTO TO SPONSOR BASS CONTEST HERE The Western Auto Associate store Is sponsoring a bass contest, states Mr. Kubls, manager of the local store. Prizes totaling |4,500 in list value will be awarded to lucky anglers throughout the country. The contest is open to anyone in the 38 states in which a Western Auto Associate aore is located. Official opening date ot the con- Youngsters Have Treasure Hunt at Taft Park Saturday. . Approximately 100 children en- Joyed a Treasure Hunt and an afternoon of games at Taft Park In Humboldt Saturday. Miss Sally Hamsvig, assistant to Librarian Nellie Pinnoy, and Betty Jean Davis were In charge of the group. The youngsters enjoyed a Treasure 'Hunt with gifts as the reward, then I spent the remainder of the time • playing games. j Miss Hamsving announces the ; arrival of many new books Ideal for children's summer reading. | BARNEY DEVINE | SUFFERS STROKE Barney Devine, 84, who lives 'iiorth "f Llvermore, Buffered a j stroke Sunday evening about 10 o'clock. He is at his home at present. It is slated Mr. Devlne's left side is paralyzed. TO SUPERVISE CONSTRUCTS ON ALL FARMS Application* Will be Recommended by War Board All farm construction In Humboldt county, either dwelling, farm buildings, fencing or tile drainage work or farm building repair work where cost exceeds $500 for dwelling or $1000 for farm buildings, fencing and tiling will have to be approved for recommendation by the local County War Board. Application must be made and tiled with the War Board, members of that group state. The War Board has Jurisdiction on farm construction and repair work only. All town or urban construction Is under the supervision of the state F. H. A. supervisor. Does Not Kifect This order does not effect: 1. Construction which was begun before April 9, 1942. 2. Ordinary maintenance and repair work needed to return a structure to a sound working condition without a change of design. 3. Construction of farm residences where the total estimated cost does not exceed 4500 over any continuous twelve-month period. 4. Construction of farm buildings, fences, Irrigation or drainage structures, and other facilities serving a single farm where the total. estimated cost does not exceed loop over any continuous , twelye- ™-~ 5. Construction of. storage", processing, marketing or other "off- farm" facilities for farm products in their primary stage where the total cost does not exceed $5,000 over any continuous twelve-month period. 6. The reconstruction or restoration of "residential construction" damaged or destroyed after December 31, 1941 by fire, flood, tornado, earthquake, act of God or the public enemy. Farm construction exceeding these limitations must be authorized by the War Board, for recommendation to the War Production Board. War Board will hold a meeting Tuesday evening of this week at the AAA office in Humboldt. Members are TJeran Tjelle of the AAA, Clarence Powell of the Farm Bureau, Oscar Holden representing the RICA, Leslie Stockdale for the FCA and Clayton Kent of the Webster City Production Association, Leroy M. Selvig is at Great Lakes Training Station Leroy M. Solvlg, twenty, son of Mr. and Mrs. Thor Selvig of Hods, Iowa, arrived at the Great Lakes Training Station at Great Lakes, 111., for recruit training. He will be given the usual training for seamanship and it he demonstrates ability he may be given advanced training in special work. TWO TEACHERS HIRED BY DAKOTA CITY SCHOOL BOARD Two instructors recently hired by the school board at Dakota City are Miss Bernlce Braland, kindergarten Instructor, and Miss Lucille Lucille Lelnttd Leland who teaches 5th and Cth grades. A superintendent, Mr. Bcane of Bancroft, has also been hired. Miss Leland replaces Fern liernlce Braland Chrlstensen and Miss Braland replaces Idabell LaBudde. JAMES I, DOLLIVER VISITED HUMBOLDT SATURDAY AFTERNO'N James I. Dolllver, of Fort Dodge, called on Humboldt friends Saturday afternoon last, looking of course after his political fences. He stated that his outlook seemed good, and that be is gaining ground dally. He remarked that he was up against stiff opposition and good men, but felt that he had certain claims to recognition that should not be overlooked. Mr. Dolliver has been prominent In many state affairs and has held many positions of trust. He feels that it is time this section of Iowa was recognized by the balance Of the state. Eighty-year-old Mrs. laiibelle Bonuewell of Iowa City had knitted 62 pairs of BOX (or the Red Cross m the last count. By this time, the number has. probably been increased. County Farmers Knuckle Down to an All-Out Production of Food for Victory spring flowers were used. Nut cupa were blue ships, and the napkins vere red, white and blue. The dinner was served by the fathers and sous. v The following program was presented, with the theme being "The Ship of 0004 Cheer, The Home": Captain, Mrs, Mjejle \Johnson; "Blow ¥* Winds Blow, 4 ' Velma Fanning; "Echoes of Horns," Djon,Solbeck; points of the compass, i, Betty Ackerso»; east, Pel* ,„ . . ,,i<iiii»» . ' g» t rj i.f ,. wt W»e»4« Armada Gajl- BERNARD SHIMON INITIATED INTO FRATERNITY SW WM »fl* ted. Is •T h #l* Pfe CJ?Y-efira»rd of Humboldt county farmers are knuckling down to an all-out production of food during the coining year. This is indicated In a report from every farmer In the county which sets out the production of foods during 1941 and the Intentions for production this year. The figures are taken from records kept by the Humboldt AAA office. They show a ?7% increase in eggs for 1942 find 4 33% Increase in bo^s. The report also shows quite an increase la soybean acreage, which L» a request of the government. More oH crops are needed during this war, it is stated. The harvpsf- ed b<e»n acreage In mi was 9,799 acres at compared with an iadjca,- ed gil?7 acres 1» IW. « 849% Jft* The estimated, ftWbejr of litter* el bogs has teen #et owt tof thjis the county wUl ~ " ' Delana ----------- , ---------- 1740 Grove — , -------------------- 1487 Humboldt ----- — .......... —1541 Lake — T — ........... , ----- ,1780 Norway .......... . ----- , ------ 1991 Rutland ---------------------- 1650 Vernon ._ --------------------- 1388 Wacousta ---------------- — — H17 Wearer ---------------------- 1599 County Total ----------- „ 19165 br 194? .. T ..,- t . r — T 186»?7 SALVAGE COLLECTION PROVED SliCCESSFIH SATURDAY LAST To say the Boy Scoot of paper and salvage, material* proved successful In Huinboldt Saturday last would be putting Ji mildly. The Scouts receive? ¥«$* derful co-operatlfln, a«4 few hoinef wltHiout 8g«f magazines or old pajpwi, > The salyftse paper th» Huuabpldt and was bated into hiinitiii (PWSR ^^y TW M '9 flf.^*' IW^WHWBP Semite *e*e k$M gaff to per, «>« «M>? JM4 ft *ae4 tt tax. UrtJtX fr'yj' haling- fh&K Dtt48 •Jwp* *w *i-^ vs*-* WS^^K TTB^JR &«&&&&• a. fc*m«*- » JUILi'JlipliP' | WILL BE HELD THUBSDAYEV. AT HUMBOLDT 8th & 10th Grader* to be Graduated at Dakota City Graduation exercises for the Humboldt public schools and the Dakota City public schools wilt be held Thursday evening, May 21. Graduation will be held at St. Mary's Catholic school on Sunday,' May 24. Sixty seniors will receive diplomas at Humboldt's exercises, to take place in the high school auditorium at 8 p. m. There are .37 girls in the class and 23 boys. The class flower is the red rose, the class colors are blue and White and the motto Is "Today We Follow, Tomorrow We Lead." > At Dakota City six eighth graders will be graduated and six tenth graders. The 8th grade class motto Is '"Self Last," with the class colors navy blue and white, and the flower is the sweet pea. The tenth grade class motto is "Patience Is the Key. to Success," the colors are red, white and blue and the flower is the white rose. St. Mary's graduation details will appear in Friday's Republican. 1'rograin Following is the commencement program for the local public . schools: Invocation—Rev. Breaw. "Blow High, Blow Low" "Roberts • Boys' Glee Clubi, Salutatory—Armada Clarlson. Presentation Of D. A. R. Award —Mary H.. S, Johnston, Presentation ot -Women's; Club— Award—Harriet Housel. . "Roiuauza Appaslonota"—Weber. •Betty Grain. Mantle Oration—Donald, Whittle > Responie=^Margie: J Class President-elect "Reve' Augelique"—Rubinstein- Brass Sextette. Valedictory'—Joseph Wler. "Llebeatraum" — Llzst —Janyce. Lalng. / • • • Presentation of The Nokomls—• Mary Garfleld. Presentation of Class Gift—Phyllis Breaw. Presentation of Science Award-Walter Crissey. Presentation of Marvel Friestn Award—Walter Crlssey. Presentation of Class ot 1942— Supt. B. C. Holmes. Presentation of Diplomas—H. L. Strong. "Wings"—Fibich, "Robin In the Rain"—Cain— Girls' Glee Club. Class Roll The class roll includes; Persia Adams,' Betty Lorraine Anderson, Robert Bleber, Max Boyd, Richard Jason Boyd, Phyllis M. Breaw, Bl- len Mae Butler,, Armada Carlson, Phyllis Virginia Christensen. Yvon•^GRADUATION (Continued on Page 2) Former Renwick Girl Marries Army. Officer Reiiwlck Times: Old friends here received announcements this week of the marriage of Miss Louise ; Kgeues, daughter ot Mr. and lira. • John Egeues of Roland, to Lieuteo- J ant Lnwel) C Nevelu on Monday-, —<J May 11. at DBS Koines. Members ol the Dgenes were residents ot Rettwiefc many year* and Louise la ate pf the R^wick high gtae later became » registered and ba« gone (ar to tfeit p holding responsible position^ i» some of the pest LOCAL MARKETS by MUtfff Orf*ja, sweet .__— T , dfi^fe; S«» I xammanMitBBin Qufltjld by P">»*> ~Onnn,tfma*fut* sww

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