The Humboldt Independent from Humboldt, Iowa on June 2, 1942 · Page 1
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VOLUME 76, NO. 2 IOWA, TUESDAY, JUNE 2,1942 WHOLE NUMBER! RATKJNWG BOARD APPOINTS ITS DEPUTi County will Get Six Passenger Tires During June Anr IIIAIAIPK nrvrk mttntttt A *t*r *.. -^ ,~~i ———" — . *~ * ** lift ARE ALLOWED 16 TUBES AND 25 RETREADS Board Releases List of Persons Getting Tires in May. \ Humboldt county's tire and tire quota for June is as follows, according to the list released by the county rationing board: six passenger tires, 25 passenger retreads, 16 passenger tubes, 35 truck tires and tractor, 53 truck retreads and 45 truck tubes. In May new cars were issued to the following: Ole Fjetland of Dakota City, R. E. Newton of Hum- WED FEBRUARY 21 -„ , --. —.. »,*, „ Lwii UL jnuni- uoldt, Vilas Larseu of Bode, H C Worster of Bradgate, Dr. A. H Stafford of Ren wick, Joe Johnson of Thor, Alan Skow of Llvermore and Harold Larsen of Rutland. The following received tires and tubes in Mayi truck, bus, etc., tires and tubes: ' Frank Schiiltz, Llvermore, trucker, 2 truck tires. Erling Olson, Bode, farmer 2 tractor tires and 1 tractor tube. A. D. Cimer, Renwick, Creamery operator and,trucker, 4 truck tires and 4. truck tubes. R. C. Bellows, Humboldt, Coca Cola Dist., 1 truck tire and 1 truck Mrs. Kobcrt Jilclieal of Hnmholdt Is the former Mnrgiirct Hoffmann of this city, tlmigrhtcr of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hoffinunn of Llvcrniom Her marriage to Mr. KlcJienl took plucc In Memphis, Missouri, on Fcl>. ruary 21. It was recently announced by her parents. The couple win live In Humlioldt. tube. Arthur B. ; ; Thompson, Renwick, fuel oil, i truck tube. John A. Jacobsen, Humboldt, farmer, 2 tractor tires and 2 tractor tubea. , . .....Iiaft.japUafli.i;. 'tractor tires. " • R. E. Schulze, Humboldt, trucker, 1 truck tube. Irvin Jergens, Bradgate, farmer, 2 tractor tires. Donald Larson, Thor, trucker, 1 truck tube. • Perry Morse, Gilmore City, farmer, 1 tractor tire. Aksel Larson, Rutland, farmer, 1 tractor tire. H. E. Hauck, Humboldt, trucker 1 truck tire. Farmers Co-op. Assn., feed, coal, etc. Humboldt, 2 truck tires. Mike Rathke, Humboldt, 1 tractor tube. i George K. Knutson, Eagle Grove, farmer, 2 tractor tires. Concrete Products Corp, Humboldt, Goir't contracts, 6 truck Urea and 6 truck tubes (allowed from State reserve). Harold J. Smith, Renwick, farmer, 2 tractor tires. George Dodd, Humboldt, trucker, 1 truck tire. Lev! Sandven, Humboldt, farmer, 1 tractor tire and 1 tractor tube. Lome Mlchaelson, Llvermore, farmer, 1 tractor tire and 1 tractor tube. John Christopher, Thor, farmer, '• 2 tractor tires. J. O. Dale, Bode, farmer, 1 tractor tire and 1 tractor tube. DeKalb Agricultural Assn. Humboldt, Sped Plant, 1 truck tire and 1 truck tube. Hugh Edwards, Humboldt, farmer, 1 combine tire. Famuru Co-op. Assn. 1 Humboldt, 1 truck tube. Concrete Prod. Corp., Humboldt, 4 truck tubes. Sid Holland, Bode, farmer, 1 truck tube, • R. C, Bellows, Humboldt, Coca Cola Dlst., 1-truck tube. Midwest Service Co., Hardy, Oil tank, 4 truck tubes. p. H. Sadler, Renwjck, Oil tank, 4 truck tubes, I. R .Meyfcfc Qtfcosen, trucker, V-6IRL CONTESTANTS IN STATE MEETINGS The V-Girl contests promoted by Omar Flour throughout the middle west this year, Is nearlng a final selection. The state of Iowa tests (state tests) will be held at the South Ballroom, Fort Dest Moines hotel Des Moines, Iowa, June 8, at 8:16 P, M. The judges are Dr. D. J. Qlomset, medical directorjior NYA, • ^fr • -*' --- •«. • • • • RKO Radio Pictures, Mri Gene Baker, slnglng/star of Omar's "Musical Meditations" radio program. Band Mothers Club Will Sponsor Talk And Pictures June 5 (Republican-Independent News Service) BODE—The Band Mothers club Is sponsoring a talk and pictures by R. o. Keeton of Fort Dodge Friday evening, June 5 at the schoolhouse. Music will be furnished by the school band. Talk and pictures are free and a lunch will be served at the close for which there will be a small charge. USD DRIVE IS NOT YET COMPLETED County Chairman Urges 'Over-the-Top' Action Now. The United Service Organizations Irlve in this county is not yet competed according to Elmer Lind- iart, who states the grand total amounts to $1295.65 at the present Ime, The campaign will continue un- II the county quota of $2040 is eached, he said. At this time not 11 of the town or township committees have reported, but It is hoped they will do so within the next few days so Humboldt county can be numbered among those over the top in the USD drive. Remvick has reported the sum of $124.75, Hardy, $41.6<y, Bradgate, $35.00, Rutland, $56.10 and Humboldt has collected $308.90, although the returns here are incomplete. Townships Lake township has reported $29.50 reported, Rutland, $123.50, Grove, incomplete, with $29.50 reported, Rutland, if 146.25, Avery, $179.90, Beaver, incomplete, with $112.75, and Corinth, $138.50, making a grand total of $1295.65. LOREN OLSON OF HARDY ON NIGHT SHIFT AT PLANT Loren Olson, son of M. J. Olson of Hardy Is employed at present In the Glen Martin Bomber Plant In Omaha, Nebrask. Loren is on the night shift, and when he goes oft duty at one' o'clock, he states be has difficulty finding his car; there so many nutos on the lot, and the lights are not too bright. So Loreu started his mind working and invented a "doo-dad" to help him locate his auto easily. He sets an alarm clock for one o'clock, or when he expects to get through work, and by the workings of a series of gadgets, a ilght Is turned on at the tip of his radio aerial, and he cau go directly to his car. The only thing is, if others use it, they will have to use different colored lights. CHILDREN'S DAY AT CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH SUNDAY As Bible Humboldt Congregational church, , Children's Day will be observed at that church next Sunday, June 7, at the 11 o'clock worship service. Boys and girls who have been attending the school will give demonstrations of their work and accomplishments at this service. In addition, there will be a short sermon by the pastor. Rev. W. Clark Williams, and opportunity will be given for baptism of Infants and children. Adults who desire to be mptlzed and received into mem- >ershlp may also be received at hat time, he states. This program Is open to the pubic. HIRE NEW PHYSICAL EDUCATION TEACHER AT HUMBOLDT SCHOOL Miss Ellen Lee Tatum, whoso home address is Fort Dodge, has been hired by the school board of the Humboldt public schools UH a physical education Instructor, replacing Miss Doris Patterson of Fonda, Who resigned to attend college at Iowa City. Miss Tatum is 21 years of age, attended the Gilbert and Oskaloosa high schools, and William Penn College at Oskaloosa. She is qual ifled to teach English, physical ed ucatlon, speech and history. She hag been active In extra-cur rlcular activities, such as presl Thompson Store Busy Place During Sale president of International Rela tions Club, also of the pep club House Association and Studou Council. Miss Tatum states she has supervised teaching in physical education and American Literature, was assistant physical education director for one year at Penn college student Librarian at the college four years, and directed plays at the college. Members of Jerry's Poultry Club Receive Their Chicks Md B«*PP*4 Truck, Tin* r "* J»ple«wt Co., TWO YEAR-OLD GIRL INJURES WRIST SUNDAY Joan, the 2 year-old daughter ot Mr. and Mrs, Lorou Stoebe of near Humboldt, received cuts on her right wrist Sunday afternoon wbllu playing at her home. The girl was taken to Humboldt where she was attended by a physician. MEMORIAL DAY EXERCISES HELD AT HUMBOLDT SAT. Memorial Day exercises were held in Humboldt Saturday, but the turnout was poor, ollher because of the cloudy weather in the morning or too many other eugai(ement of Humboldt residents. The weather was threatening I the morning but the sun came ou in the afternoon making possibl picnics and fishiug excursions. Many Humboldt residents enter talned company from out of town during the double holiday, am Others went to visit friends or rel ftHyes away from here. •The program in the Blcknel Park Saturday morning cooaistei of patriotic readings, music am 84 appropriate talk by the Rev Anderson of the First Lutheran church. Graves were decorated in $he moruing, and services were also held for the tailors and airmen who have died in service. Honor Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Schultz on Silver Anniversary Fifty-four relatives {find friends gathered at the Flrsl .Lutheran church In Humboldt Sunday to help Mr. and Mrs. Arthur^SchUltz of Esthervllle celebrate their silver weddingiftnnlversary ^Kich falls i TtfcrtA /C+U • • ! »*-".'.^_ j vSi>,tf&! „ ii'!'.«, -^4 are fo boldt. ief • A program ' 'was enjoyed which was as follows: talk by" Rev. Thorson of Thor, reading by Mrs. Mattle Slttler, song by Ruby Ann Cedar, poems by Mrs. Helen Cran, song by Mrs. Bernlce Westre, poem by Mrs. Mattie sutler and a closing prayer and short talk by Rev. 3. B. Anderson. The remainder of the afternoon was spent socially. The honorees were presented a gift of money. SELECT COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN FOR THE R. AND P. W. CLUB Committee chairman for the Humboldt Business and Profession ^Woman's Club;have.been,:sel|ct Ottosen Gentleman And Graettinger Lady Are Married Miss Nellie Helgeson, daughter of Mrs. Thomas Helgeson of Graet- Inger, and Albert Elllngson, son >f Ole Blllngson of Ottosen were married Sunday, May 24, at the 'Irst Lutheran church In Graet- Inger. Mr, and Mrs, Elllugson will make lelr home on a farm near West end. left Insurance Agency MQY& Into New Insurance tp %»¥ <J«*rtejrs 'in the former quarter Ifwelrjr store. Ostbys Transferred to Lumber Yard at Decatur, Nebraska Mr. and Mrs, Arnold Oatby Sunday for Decutur, Nebraska, i whure they will make their future | home. Mr. Ostby, who has been I iployeil in (he local McGrego Brothers Lumber yard, will b manager of the yard at Decatur The O.stliyn came here a year ant u half ago from Mllbauk, S. D. They occupied an apartment in the Mrs Harry Schoonover residence. to the president,-Eunice Ennis, Th< chairmen will select other mem hers to act on their committee. Following are the chairmen: Program co-ordination, Mrs i Dorothy Nellsen. Education, Frances Meseser. Emblem arid membership, Dorothy Gibson. Finance, Maud Etchlson. Health, Betta Breaw. Legislative, Anna Altaian. Publicity, Mary Vonderhaar. Public Affairs, Mrs. Ben Trexel. International relations, Florence Stelllugwerf, Transportation, Frances Merrill. Social, Florence Householder. Telephone, Dorothy Hetherlng- ton. Publications, Alva Benson. Music, Charlotte Vondorhaar. Parliamentarian, Catherine Osla. Historian, Mrs."Mary H. 8. Johnston. There will be three colled meetings during the months of June, July and August, Iu charge of the June meeting will be the new officers. ROGER JACOBSON SUFFERS GASHES ON LEFT WRIST COUPLE WED AT GILMORE CITY DECORATION DAY Ruth Louise Green, daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Green ot Roife and Leslie,, Landmesser of Oilmore City word; marrled r Satu'r- day,,May 3p at the Lutheran church City ;,wlth the Rev. diihaSittoJ MMitSv ,\'¥, liimore bftlbta , . — w i •**y ?.••»*•»»'• - n*c*uwBiiwU"KWFwlu the Rblfe high school--and attended Tobln Business college-at Fort Dodge. She Is employed in the personnel department of Sears Roebuck store in Fort Dodge. Mr. Lundmesser was graduated from the Gllmore City high school, and attended Iowa State College at Ames. He Is employed by the Ft. Dodge Tent and Awning Company. The couple will live in Fort Dodge. Melvin David Synhorst in U. S. Naval Training Station at Great Lakes Melvin David Synhorst, 28, husband of Alice Roaming Synhorst of APPLICATIONS Should Bring to Bdard Amount of . Sugar Uftfed Last Year The Humboldt County Loeai Price and Rationing Board has an* nounced the appointment of De- »uty Boards/- to handle canning sugar i applications. The Deputy will announce where they will maintain their headquarters and the dales'and.times that applications for ca'nnlhgimgar will be tak--. '"' All applicants for canning- sugar ffnould bring to' -the Board tha atttount of "canning that they did la'st year, together .with the amount of canning they .plan to do this year, and-together with the amount of Canned goods, which they have ' carried over from last year, It la ' Stated. s The Boards which have been Bet up are as follows: Hutnboldt Mrs. Philip Bair, Chairman, Mrs. ' Howard McKee and Mrs. Ed. Koppe. , Itonwlck Mrs. Fred Rasmussen, Chairman, Mrs. Albert Nelson and Mrs. Montgomery. ' .- "•" Thor • •Mrs. Molvln Moklebust, Chairman, Mrs. Wesley Simpson and Leslie Stockuale. Gllniore City ' ' Mrs. Tom Peters, Chairman, Mrs. Hugh Linn and Mrs. Dale Hlmrrtd. y Bode Mrs. T."T. Thompson, Chftit Mrs. T. M. Aure and Mrs. Humboldt, Joined* the "fighting nen" at the Great Lakes Naval Training Station at Great Lakes, Illinois, recently. He will be given he aptitude test to determine whether he will be used In special- zed training at one of the navy's nany service schools, or assigned o active sea duty or some other mval base, AWARK6M STUDENTS OF THOfi PUBLIC SCHOOLS Good Attendance at Compliance School Thursday A good attendance was reported at the compliance school held in the Legion Building basement in Humboldt Thursday, for farm reporters and their wives and AAA commltteemeu. The school of Instruction proved interesting and educational, and was in the form of pep meeting. DONATION TO BE 6IVEN THROUGH LOCAL RED CROSS ¥rt. Mary H. S. Johwlon »&o has bee« antip of th« daughters «f of Jacobson, son ot Mr, and Mrs. Jens Jacobaon of Humboldt suffered gathns on his left wrist Saturday night-when he accidentally put his baud through a window. A local physician took several stitches. TWO YOUTHS LEAVE TO JOIN MARINES Adrian Vonderhaar and Junior Heed left Humboldt Saturday morn- Ing for San Diego, California. They enlisted in the Marines. Adrian has been employed in the office of County Treasurer Royal Bennett, and Junior has been shoe clerk in the A. B, White Company store in Humboldt. Honor Rolls Released at Humboldt Public Schools ent Nawt Btnle*} THOR— The school year closed with the annual picnlo on Friday with an unusually large crowd IB attendance. • The program and awards were presented in the community hall In Jhe morning. Following a number by the hlgk school band and a trumpet solo by Russell Anderson, Miss Knutson presented the certificates to th* grade pupils for B averages and above. The following received these awards: first grade, Kay Hoi- ton, Laura Jeanice Raker, Delmar Gander, Joan Moedlug and Shirley Knutuon, second grade— Dennis Carter, Donna Opheim, John Moed- ing, Dickie Keen, Robert Knutaon, Paul Moklebust and Jlmmle Rog- itess; third grude— Carolyn Op- helm, Michael Moklebust, Robin and David Roland; fourth grade — Roger Holtou, Virgil Lee and Marion Kuutsou, fifth grade, Wayne' Opheim; sixth grade — HaroW Koutsou. Harold KuuUon w*f neither absent nor tary during the, Hc.linnl year. - , Mr. Raker presented certiflcatwi to the following seventh and eighth, graders for B average or The high school honor "roll fo period three, semester two, and also for the entire second semes ter has been released by Superin tendent B. C. Holmes of the Rum public schools. The follow Ing are on the third period semes ter honor roll: Seniors: Joseph Wler, 94ty; Cecil Parson, 83; Donna Reasoaer 92V4; Mftry Qarfleld, 9?^; Annada Carlson, W; gllen Mae Butler, 90% Donna Nelson, 9014. Qeorge WJlUwns, 94 a/§ ; Boss, ii; st40* that JIM Uj Rontaine Lee, 90%. by H% or ie«« Pauline Thompson, Lana strom and QJenn Tilton. Honor for the school yesr; Evelyn Qan,T ' J" der, David Scblessinger, J0ft«, Knutson, Richard Lund, and Brue$< Wohlwand. First, second third awards in scholarship In ; school were awarded to OUf Scbhessinger, first; Richard Je son, second, Conrad Johnson, " in the freshmen' class; derson, tirs|; Howard Joseph Wier, 99; Armada Carlson, 91 3/4; Ceolai Parsons, 91 3/4; AWARDS Mae Butler, 90U George Williams, 98 S/8j Jean 4/9; iBfPda Weiss 91* Elatae Lgurspn, »o%; l/S. w * ; <IW8il Mwjr Loujj*

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