The Humboldt Independent from Humboldt, Iowa on June 9, 1942 · Page 5
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Humboldt, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 9, 1942
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B UMOTA THEATRE t\ Tuesday, June 9 10e & 20e Show The scream-lined joy-ride of the year! Hal Roach present* "Broadway Limited" Victor McLaglen, Dennis G'Xtseffe, Marjorle Woodworth, Patsy Kelly, Zasu Pitts, Leonid Kinskey, George E. Stone. Wednesday and Thursday June 10 and 11 Mystery-thriller. The shock picture of the year! Betty Grable, Victor Mature, Carole Landis, Laird Cregar in "I Wake Up Screaming" With William Gargan, Alan Mowbray, Allyn Joslyn. Admission 10c-20c-30c All admission prices include state sales tax and 'ederal defense tax. no Wlttman I* employed at Mm. Young home In Clarion. THE HUMBOLOT INDEPENDENT. MltHltm™ , O WA aMh* ft. he Andrew Puhr home In Thor l«Rt week end. Jo Ann Smith. of Fort Dodge, is Hpfndlng R fow days at the Sullas l.rimphoii home. 1'aul Trt-xH, of Ullmore City "l'"nt Sunday with hl« brother, Ben ircxfl „„,) . t'lijoyetl a from her brother Albert Cof- nn of near IlraOnate last Sundty:. Mffor.l Miner spent several days with hit, KiKtr-r. M ri) . Mildred Hnn- '".""n l.lvprnmrp, (In; first of the Ax'-I Ti *'•!>. CIKTII Hmnlioldt. Iho of Coleridge, nt the iNorth week-end home in Mr. nml Mrs. Herb Palmer have moved back hern from Fort Dodge f""l live in one of the DeCiroote |»P«rfmp.nt8. | I'vl. Ira f. ,|ook, oon uf Mrs. ; Wilbur Dowers of Cedar Hnpids formerly of Fliimbpldi, IP now -In- service In Australia. "i-*.. ri(,y Anderson, of Ames, tame Saturday for a weeks visit In 'he J> V. Minor home and with other relatives here. Mr. nml Mrs. W. E. Raunion were visitors nl Weliater City, with their daughter, Mrs. Uita McConnlck and family, dining the week. •Mr?. Alice Morse returned from Jefferson. la., where she was a Kiir-Bt of her cousin, A. Gray, who nmmipanled her to Humholdt Mr. and Mrs. Ffarry Telford were recent visitors at the home of their daughter and family Mr. and Mrs. Earl Skaiigstad in Code. John flurklngham who hod been HI the last week, was taken to the Lutheran hospital at Fort Dodge, Friday, for observation and care, ' Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Olson, Mrs. Oay Thompson, and Mrs. Minnie Eaton attended the funeral of Mr.«. Charles Helland at Hardy Thursday. Mr. and • Mrs. Chet Ward were Sunday dinner guests at tbe Clanssen home near Llvermore- Mr. nnd Mrs. Harvey Peterson of Helmond, were Friday evening visitors at the Harry Ruse home. Wayne Wittman son of Mrs Hlmiche Wittman Is spending some lime at the Jack Scott home near Badger. Ronald Hansen underwent an operation for appendicitis last Thursday morning at the Mercy hofpltal In Fort Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Hansnn and son returned to Waterloo Sunday after a weeks visit here with relatives and friends. Don and Earl Helvick spent last week nt the home of their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Helvick in Heaver Twp. A bully giri, weighing eight pounds was born to Mr. and Mrs ' Harry Schnffer, June 5th, at the '-'Diversity (J f [ Own hospital In Iowa :ity. Mrs. Roy Joenks and son Billy Hid- ftirs. Chris JCarpen "spent" the «Tf.U-r., u i in Lincoln, N'cb., with their husbands who are employed there by the Concrete Products Co. Mrs. Hans Porter spent Friday with her mother, Mrs. Anna Kramer in Bradgate. Mrs. Kramer Is confined to her bed with a broken Humboldt People in Calif, and What They are Doing BELLFLOWER, Calif., March 22 —It has been some time alhce my last letter, the main reason being a lack of getting around and find- Ing the news other than that which Is rather personal. However I feel that It Is high time that I sent in what I have been able to pick up. Week or Miitrli 22 Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Barrett were a couple of days visitors with Mrs. ness and other reasons for some time the club has been short of former Humboldters as members and have entertained visiting friends. Mrs. Bell Jarvls and daughter Ruth spent the Week-end at the Sherman home in Los Angeles. Miss Ruth Jarvls entertained a number of her lady friends at din- daughter Barbara and Mr. and Mrs. Clara Hall and daughter at Porno- nor on Friday evening, na last of the week. They also at- | Wiwk of May 10 tended to some matters at the Bar- i AH- n«,i in,, rett lemon ranch East of Pomona. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Matthies were over the week-end visitors with his cousin and famiry in Pasadena Week of April 6 Mr. and Mrs. York Escalante nnd FIRE CAUSED $700 LOSS AT HOCKEL HOME FR1DAV A rite that broke out In the din- Ing room at the Richard Hoekel farm home, five miles north and a mile west of Thor, did considerable damage Friday morning about 1:30. Cause of the blaZe IB not known. The fire was confined to the din- Ing room, although It also burned between the walla. The furniture the dining room was damaged, nnd loss was estimated at about 4700. The loss was covered 1 insurance. Dale Hockel. who will be three old this month, was credited Mrs. C. H. Gyger who t with giving the alarm. He awoke spending the winter Injnnrt realizing (be downstairs was Los Angeles were callers nt the filling with smoke, awakened the A. F. Minion home in Belltlower rest of the sleepers. The Thor fire on Friday. They plan to lenve for department answered the call, and tnntt* K finite in. r;.i .,,,„ r n t_ _ * •»»i » -...—i i^ •_ ~ . _ .. iheir home in Gages Lake, Illinois on Tuesday where they expect to PERSONAL MENTION Father J. T. Fltzpatrick is confined to his home by illness. Ruth Jennings of Chicago is spending this week at the R. A. Skaugstad home. Paul Reasoner of Ames spent a few days last week at the parental H- Reasoner home. Sonya Sawyer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Don Sawyer of Dakota City is 111 at her home. Floyd Blomker and Art Ernst spent Sunday at Lake Okobojl where they were fishing. Mr. and Mr.». r.eon Loomls and •lames Loomis left Sunday morning for Portland, Ore., where they expect to find work and make their and Lavonne Beers, home. Donna daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Muriel' Beers, are visiting at the home of their uncle Wilbur Beers in Llv- ermore. Lyndrel Marcum arrived home Friday from Kansas City where he visited relatives. He left Sunday for Ames where he is attending Iowa State College. -Mrs. Douglas Mitsven of Nor- Ik. Va., came last week to spend Mr. and Mrs. Paul Newsome of Dea Mplnes spent Sunday at the parental George Newsome home- Mr. and Mrs- C. G. McCormick and daughter Mary Lee were visitors with friends In Des Molnes last Mary Wheat ot Minneapolis, came Saturday to spend a week's vacation at the parental A. J. Wheat home. Vlrcll Wood who was inducted Into the U. S. Army May 15 is stationed at Fort Francis E. Warren parents. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Han- fen in Beaver township. Miss Helen Harlan of Des Molnes was a week end visitor here, with .relatives, especially to see her brother Dick who Is leaving for the Marines Monday, June 16. Walter E. Crlsgey was selected delegate to the Grand Lodge of Masons, which will convene in Dubuque this week. Mr. Crissey IR representing the local Masonic lodge. Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Sayers spent Friday in Des Molnes where they attended the graduation of their daughter Grace, who completed a business course of study, and returned to Humboldt. Mr. and Mrs. Charley Goodwin and Mr- and Mrs. Marvin Wheeler leg which she suffered In a fall at her home last Tuesday evening. Mrs. Rasmus Jacobsen an>l daughter Ellzameth will move soon into their home on south eighth street which they bought from Neal Ruse. Mr. and Mrs. Ruse ave rented the Mrs. John Maach residence on north ninth street. Robert AVittmnn spent Sunday with his wife who Is a patient at the Sunnycrest Sanitarium in Du- btKjue. Mr. and Mrs. George De- Ciroote and son Marvin Dale, accompanied Mr. Wittman to Waverly where they visited at the parental Harold Porter home. A family gathering was enjoyed at the Fred Thalacker home Sunday with a pot luck dinner. Thir ty-two attended. The out of town guests were Mrs. Hannah Nelson of Des Plalnes, 111., Mr. and Mrs Lester Thalacker and family of Ottumwa and Mr- nnd Mrs. Vlrgl E. Hansen and Kent of Waterloo Mr. and Mrs. Lester Thalacker and Robert and Weldon-and Minnette Hansen of Ottumwn cam* Friday night for a visit here with relatives and friends. Mr. Thalacker returned home Monday and Mrs. Thalacker and family will remain for a longer visit- Mr. Thalacker Is employed by the John Morrell pack- Ing plant there as government meat Inspector. SOCIAL CALENDAR in Wyoming. I of Lotiiston, 111., came Teusday and Robert Henely, student at Drake i visited until Wednesday at the Roy university will spend his summer Chapel Iiome, enroute to Nebraska vacation here at the parental Geo- to spend the summer. Henely home. | Miss Barbara Melson, a teacher Mrs. William Housel and daugh-1 at Eagle Grove, and Miss Betty ter Harriet went to Keokuk last I Melson a member of the faculty In week where they will visit with the la Des Molnes school are spending '. former's mother. Mr. and Mrs. Clark Lane spent a few days last week in Minneapolis and also enjoyed a fishing trip to Leech Lake. Mrs. lone Larsen left laft week for California where she will visit her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Garner. Phyllis Fraser, student at Iowa State College at Ames, has returned to Humboldt to spend the summer vacation at the Mrs, Lucy Oestrich home. Jacquelyn Bradford returned to her home here after spending a week and a half with her grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Ray Bradford at Hawarden. Mrs. Charles Bradford and daughter Jacquelyn visited last Wednesday with her mother Mrs. Lillian Messer In Eagle Grove, returned to Fort' Frances E. War- Larry Masters, son of Mr. an Mrs. Elmer Masters and Tommy Masters son of Mr. and Mrs, Or vil!e Masters are both ill with th measles. Both families live in Da kota City. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Volberding returned home Saturday from Little Ark., where they bad visited since Tuesday at the home of their son in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs Forrest Wood. Mrs. Loren Dillon and two children who have been visiting at the Jergens borne in Rutland and at tbe earl Mann home in Dakota City returned to their borne in Newton Saturday. Mr .and Mrs. L. N- Laursen and Mrs. Cora Laursen and daughter Elaine and Lois and granddaughter Gayla Odgaard were visitors the vacation with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Randall Meleon. Lorraine Hansen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Hansen, of Livermore, spent the week with her grandmother, Mrs. Helen Miner, and attended the Bible va6atlon school at the Baptist church. Quartermaster Stanley Nielsen ren, Wiyomlng, after being called here by the Illness of his mother Mrs. Hans Nielsen who had suffered a stroke and Is a patient at the Skaugstad convalescent home- B. C. Holmes' mother." who has been a visitor here several weeks with her son and family, left last week for Alta where she will make an Indefinite stay with her daughter. Tuesday, June »— L D. R, meets at the home of Mrs. Leo Wpldner with Mrs. George Johnson assistant hostess. Mrs. C. J. Torkelson will be in charge of the program. Blde-A-Wee club meets at 1:16 p m. for luncheon at the Coffee Shoppe with Mrs. H. P. Schoonover hostess. Rotary Club meets for 6:IB p. m. dinner In Legion dining room. Worth While Club meets nt the Dakota City town hall with Mabel Lonnlng, Harriet Feany, Dorothy Terwllllgpr and Margaret Sweon- ey hos:esses The program will be arrange by Viola Miners, Los Angeles and Mr. and Mrs. Durward Minion of Wilmington were Sunday visitors at the A. E. Mlnioi home In Bellflower. Mr. and Mrs. Mntthles were Sunday callers at the Dr. Fred Cod> home In the Westwood Village district. Mr. and Mrs. E. 0: Nervlg and Mr and Mrs. C. H. Gyger of Los Angeles were Saturday callers at the Minion home In Bellfyower. The writer happened to be away at the time thus losing a very pleasant visit with those friends. Week of April 12 Dr. and Mrs. Fred Cody of Westwood Village spent the week-end at the Otto Matthies home In Long Beach. Pete Elsmo was taken to the hospital this week for an operation, fie is reported as getting along fine. Mrs. Bell Jarvis and daughter, Ruth of Long Beach spent a portion of the past week at the homi of !he!r daughter and sister, Mrs. John Sherman in Los Angeles. Mr. Sherman bns been nt San Diego for some time. Week of April 19 Chas. Folk Jr., of' Humboldt arrived Saturday for a short visit with his grandfather, A. E. Minion, nnd other friends In this locality. On Sunday they went over to Los Ange!es to visit Mrs. Beth Escalante and her family. On Monday they went to Inglewood to visit a friend of Chas. While there Mr. Minion visited Mrs. Ott Llnd- ley Slebert. On Monday Wesley Thomns, Maran Thomas and Mrs. Carley went to Pomona where they visited a •elatlves, Mrs. Thomas. Mrs. Bird Bellows and daughter "ii m the fall. ffk "f Aluy 1" Mrs. Bird Bellows -" '.has moved from Orange where she was in rest home at Artesla where she is in the home of friends. I am pleased to report her as somewhat improved and feeling much better. Mr., and Mrs. York Escalante and daughter, Beth, of Los Angeles and Mr. and Mrs. Dan Can- and daughter Jean of Canoga Park were Sunday dinner guests at the parental A. E. Minion home in Bellflower. Owing to physical conditions tbe writers housekeeper, Mrs. Worthing has resigned her position and gone to live with her daughter. For the present I nm enjoying the pleasures of operating bachelors hall, nt least until other arrangements can be made. For various reasons 1 luive refrained In the past making liny mention of some of the cases of excitement or amusement or what have you. I nm referring to Ihe black-out? we have been experiencing. So far they have most- y proven false iilnnns, not all by my mentis. One especially WHS •ather exciting when 1480 rounds .f iinli-alrcnift shells wtre fired. ''Vhlle I mlKht write quite a letter in the subject I will not under- »ke to at this time; however, I in fully convinced of one Inport- ant fin-t. thnt both the military powers nnd the citizens and es- the rest of the house. 70 YKAll-Otn ! A!)Y OF LAtritKlVS- KKM, AXD FKACTUHKIl Aim Airs. A. A. Allen, 70 year old resident of the Laurens vicinity fell nt her home on the south edge of town Thursday evening, May 28. fracturing her arm nnd bruising her head. Mrs. Allen was taken to the Lutheran hospital at Ft. Dodge. Her condition Is reported ns fair. home at* Byron. Mrs. Henderson ehose beige with light accessories for he^ going away attire. Ont-of.umn JiKIL MAURKK IS 1'ltO.irOTKI) I> AKMY « Nell L. Matirer, of Laurens, has been promoted to the rank ot Captain In Army Air Forces according to Information received this week from the U. S. Army Air Base nt Stockton Field, Calif., where he has been on duty as a first lieutenant since July 1941. Out-of-town guests were Mr. and Mrs. Bob McCauley and Virginia of Prlmghar, Mrs. Mattie Culy of Irving, Texas; Mr. and Mrs. F. A. DePnydt and girls, Mr. and Mrs. G. Ttirnqulst and Marsha, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Lonnlng, Mr. and Mrs. Orren Lonnlng, Mrs. Cora Lonnlng, Mr. and Mrs. V. F. Lonnln gand Vickie all of Des Molnes; Mary Jane Cavanaugh, Lois HIbness, Mr. and Mrs. Hleman of Fort Dodge, Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Helllckson, Elaine and Iva, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Henderson, Mr. ahd Mrs. Luvalde Sande, Francis Helllckson, Eunice Thompson, Don Knieriem, Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Lonnlng, Waye and Joyce of Humboldt, Mr. and Mrs. A. Lonn- lng and children, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Knutson, Mr. Dave Porter of Eagle Grove, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Lohning or Badger. WEDDING (Continued from Page One) IMngbeorcr Ring bearer was Billy Fain nephew of the groom. He was dressed In a white suit, and carried the ring on a white satin pillow. The two flower girls were Camilla Fain and Joan Fain, nieces of the groom. They wore floor length white dresses, and scattered peony petals, from white baskets. The bride, lovely in a gown of »hite chiffon and laee. Was Itt Marriage by n«f fatnef. Hir Ongef Up net veil WM fas&lonetf cap-shape, and she carried A ban*, quet of pihfc and wnlte larkipur, Mr. Pain was attended by John CflnVpbell. Men, of tlw bridal party wore white flowers as boutonnlef^ es. Mrs. Fain and Mrs. Gregerson wore navy blue dresses, with white gardenia corsages. Miss Endahl wore blue taffeta. The bridal party left the altar a*. Miss Bndahl played Mendelssohn's- recessional. The couple received" congratulations of friends and relatives at the entrance to the church. Weddlfigr Snjtper Covers were laid for 35 at tbe wedding supper, held at the Greg- efgqn home at Llvermore. Pink and wbite peonies were used in bouquets throughout the house, and on the tables. Three tiered wsddisg cake, completp with mintsturc bride and groom, graced the bridal table. Nut cups and placecardu were of pink and white. Waitresses were the Misses Alice Qwen Schroder, Marie Friesth and Mary Ennis, while Mrs. Larry Brown aided In the serving. Following the supper, Mr. and Mrs. Fain left on a short trip, after which they will be at home In the apartment recently vacated by Mr. and Mrs. Otto Johnson, on Sumner ave., In Humboldt. Mr. Fain Is employed with the 1 Rural Service, and Mrs. Fain M employed at Hull's Ready-to-Wear, NUPTIALS (Continued from Page One) She was accompanied by the brides siner, Mrs. F. DeJuydt also of Des .Moines. Mrs. Lonnlng, mother of -the lit C<'pl 1(111 A reception was held In the church basement following the feri'iminy H. O. Knutson helped the guests to their places at the table. Between courses Amy Sandven Played II Trovalore by Dorn, The bride's chosen colors of blue " ml wlllte werc twled out In the pecially tin- air raid -wardens n ,'. c i" u>mi nl »d decorations. Table flow- Urs. Gable of Orange were in Long Beach on business mid calling on "rlends during the week. Roger, son of Mr. and Mrs. L. E. faille of Long Beach, In company vlth several other members of the Boy Scouts spent the week-end in be mountains. * Veek of April 26. The Humboldt Ladies Bridge Club nembers were entertained at the rtarian Thomas home in Long Beach on Monday. Owing to sick- up on their toes and do not intend to be caught napping like we were nt Pearl Harbor. In next to our last experience a week ago to night we experienced conslderabli trouble with two church organizii lions in the city who refused to put out their lights. They had tht ilRht fuses pulled and taken away and the matter laid before the sheriffs department nnd I am free to say there be no more trouble The county ordinance puts a WOO, fine and 30 days in Jail on each person In the audience was liable. Well, we are here first and sure hope nnd Intend to be at the end. Gas mnsks were Issued to air raid wardens- last night. A. E. Minion, Bellflower, California, May 31, 1941 anj "My last Tuesday at the .Jay Larson home near Fort Dodi(e. ; ifr. an<l if re- T. p. Mtekelson to Des Molnes last Friday they" attended graduation at Drake university- Tfeelr daughter Madeline was » of the graduation class. Hanseo left Tuesday tor Bluffs where sue will tte summer at tae home o| feer father an4 sister. Site e*pscts flpt gusfts in. tae Etaer fejnjc is p,akpt4 City Suaday Eva Kooi), f.)a Larseii Myrtle Askland. Itoll call, Favorl-e Flower". AVedncsdny, June IP- Unique Home Makers Club meets at the home of Vera McKitrlck with Josie Conlon assistant hostess. Beaver Ladles Club meets at the club bouse with the social c >m- mlttee, Lou'se Kuehnast Dorothy SopjielanO and Mary Suyera hostesses The program will also be arrnntfO'l b; tbe social committee. The meeting begins at 8:15 p m. snd members and their iiunllU? are invuta. Countrj Club «imen will hold their first lunch»cn ol tbe season at tho chili nouse wlt-U tho following women In charge- Mrs. Clark Jolllffo, Mrs. Soc Brocli- man, Mrs. rr-'nlMn Jaqua, Mrs. Lawrence iJiv'nart, Mre. C. W. Mrs. W. W. Intermill and daughter were called from Leona. Wis., by the illness of the former's mother, Mrs. R. A. Friesth, who submitted to a major operation at tbe Lutheran hospital at Ft. Dodge. Mrs. Peter Endahl and Charles of Humboldt, Mrs. Minnie Harlon I of Wauekeegan, 111-, and Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Thompson of Mlllard, Nebr., were recent dinner guests at tbe Theodore Thompson home in Badger. Eldon Fain and Shirley ot Mallard spent tbe week end here at the parental Harry Fain home. They came to attend tbe wedding of tbe former's brother Wlllard which was Sunday at tbe First Lutheran church. Alden Stevenson of Camp Forest, Tenn., spent from Thursday until Sunday visiting relatives and riends in Humboldt and vicinity, ie left Sunday morning for Utica, 11., wbere be will spend a tew Garfield. Mrs. dark Lane Mrs. Harold Qrandsgard. and lays witb bis mother, Mrs. Clara Stevenson before returning to camp. Nels Pabus concluded a visit witb relatives and (riends here, sod eturned to bis bome in Clear Lake, wbere be will assist la arranging be sooual Pabus-Cbristiangea. family reuoioo, wblcb will take lace Sunday, Jww U, with relative* from Clear Lake, Huajboldt and EstaeryJlle attending. Rutland Woman's Society of Chriatian Service ratou at the Metb- odlst church in Rutland with tUn following fouimittee in chante: Mrs. A. L. Gregory and Mrs. Gordon / Gregory. Mrs. H. M. Nielsen and Mrs. Ed Henry will lead the devotions and present the program. Thursday, June 11— Unity Circle will hold their last official meeting of the year at the home of Mrs; Fmith West. All Members 'are asked to contribute to the program. Tbe annual picnic will be held later in tbe summer. I. 0. 0. F. regular meeting, Dorcas Lutheran Ladles Aid meets at tbe bome of Mrs. Peter Simonsen. en presided over the hut-lness meeting after which u program was given on Victory gardening with Mrs. Maude Christensen as leader. She read several articles and a short round table discussion was held after which there was a contest with the prize going to Mrs. Alice Hansen. Lunch was served at the close of the meeting. There were several visitors present. The next meeting will be at the Walter Chrlstensen home with Mrs. Joyce Odgaard as hostess. Honored ut Stork Shoncr— Mrs. Ray Llndhart was the honored guest at a pink and hlue shower at the Mrs. Wayne Warren home last Friday afternoon. A. I. C. 1'lculc at Airline School— The A. I. C. annual picnic was held Sunday at the South Airline school. A fair sized group was present and klltenball furnished amusement for several after a plentiful pot luck dinner at one-thirty. -Mr*. Leon Loomls Honored jtl Shower— Mrs. Byron Curtwright of Uukota City, entertained at a miscellaneous shower In honor of her stepdaughter, Mrs. Leon Loomin, Frl- The af- coulettB Spending Furlough at Brother's Home s were mock organbe nnd bachelors buttons, \VallresseH Waitresses were Mary Olson, Ethel Sinionsoii of Humboldt, Mrs. Dave Porter and Arlene Lonnlng nr Engle Grove, Virginia McCouley of Primghnr, Annetta Lonnlng, Euln Olson, Luella Erslnnd of Thor. Tbe wedding dinner was in charge of Mrs. Julius Knutson, Mrs. Sever Nefhelm, Mrs. Andrew On- nercm and Mrs. H. 0. Knutson. The bride attended ' Humboldt high school. She has been'teach- ing in the Humboldt county rural schools for the past two years. Mr. Henderson Is also a Humboldt high school graduate nnd has recently been employed as an electric welder at Byron, 111. After a short wedding trip of unknown destination they will be at ANNOUNCEMENT Effective June 12th and continuing until September 1st, the physicians of Humboldt will close their offices at 12 noon each Friday for the remainder of the day. In the event of emergency cases one physician will be on call for the afternoon and may be located through the local telephone operator. Asa S. Arent J. K. Coddington Asaph Arent Arthur Jensen James Coddington Ivan Schultz Nelle Schultz day afternoon, June 5th. ternoon was spent with and visiting after which a two- course luncheon was served. Mrs. Loomls received many useful gifts. Lanes Served Flub Supper Sunday— Mr. and Mrs. Clark Lane entertained twenty-two guests at a fish supper at their cottage at the Country Club Sunday evening. John ivim Ibid BJrUutejr ttutr— fi> Thompson, who Is H(U. on the I', H. S, ArkuiiNUt, is spending a U-u iluy furlough with bis brother, Itlcluircl TbomuHon o near Mvrrmorr. Merle entered th navy hut Si'pU'inlier.- Previous t Uiut be Kened four year* In (be I S, Briii)-, stationed ut Fort Hlley Kuiifcaii, Fop You Pair KVFD 5:15 P.M. Mineral Spring* Coca-Cola Bottling Co. First Lutheran Ladles 414 meets at the church for the annual Cradle Roll party, Hotesses will be Mrs. Ray Wog<?n, Mra. 0. J. Torfcelson. Mrs. Oliver Balden, Mrs. A. A. Burfce 9114 Mr*. Ray AskJaad Jr. Mrs. Q. Sande wjl) be program Business and men's Club will Professional Wo- a bike and picnic at Sheldon's woods. Toe .officers w m be in charge. ay tor St Paul Mian., wbere »be employwient Leoaard accompanied feer to St. Paul will visU reiaUvei* la tb^t *»* ii Urn tew Jte 9»M»ie«A to Mrs. franklin Jaqua entertained twelve boys at her bome Sunday afternoon in honor O f her son John's ul noon was spent playing games after wbjcb Ittneb was served. SACMDA COUNTY AGENT WORKING IN LOCAL F. B. OFFICE Miss Marjorie Llnman of Klron , has been employed as tbe new bome demonstration agent for Sac and Ida counties to fill tbe vacancy caused by a recent resignation Miss Llnman has been In HumbolUt the past week working with Myrtle Hewitt, Humboldt county demon stration agent. birthday- Tbe^ after- j Miss Unman received her degree ,. j n home economics at Iowa Slate College on Marcb 20, 1H2, majoring In bome management. She will assume ber new duties on July 1, and will plan to spend tbe first part of each moatb in Ida county aud tbe' latter part of tbe montb in Sac county. TWO HALED INTO MAVpR'S COURT FOR WTQSJCATION DM Kaut*oa 91 Pakota City was arrested by city officers Thursday a«4 place<} u, tbe city jaiL Wee chtb meet* ly Paulson. Dol- He wa» Legion inset* rooms. ftfoa&jr cl^b meets • Friday tecju4s4 Mayor His a»s 91 inflicted BOLT WELDS GATE WIRES AT IBVINGTQN 4 keavy sfeower visited ton early Mouday, iwd wheu K. m nmsbte* Hrtifc* 4- 6 Mrg. W*stati4*? «Jf w, to ftfttifftniiA Af PUMPS White, brown and white, black and white, navy and white. High heels, low heels or walker heels. Fbr you. Shop early for beat selection. : CONTEST Humboldt Comity Winner JONE FOX HumboWt, IOWA to compete far State Titfe i VIRGINIA U JACKSON 13<H Tw*|ft!i Street Mftrou, low. MIRIAM S, EiY ? Storm Street Awe*, low* Every Pair A $2.95 Retailer NELSON'S IN HUMBOLDT «1 M Mount Ayr, law* SUSAN BOWERS Allen* low* MARION AUEN Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday Canning berries at their peak now. Bring in your canning sugar <K>rtiJieat@sJ Ample supply. Lots 5 Ib to 99 lt>,, per pound-,, .^; 100 Jb. bag. ._, 15 Ib, peck Fancy New Potatoes 6 bars P & G Soap , ...^ I Ib, Select Pink Salmon, 8 far,. w Certo, per bottle ,-,.,„„„, Sure Jell 0j? Presta«tor Mason Jar Kerr Pint Jell •*T" •*$1

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