The Humboldt Independent from Humboldt, Iowa on June 16, 1942 · Page 1
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The Humboldt Independent from Humboldt, Iowa · Page 1

Humboldt, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 16, 1942
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Prospectsjor 1942 BUTTER MADE FOR SHIPMENT TO RUSSIA Local Creamery to Furnish Part of Government Order. TEN WEEKS The Humboldt Co-operative Creamery, makers of Sprlngvale outter, has for the past few days been making butter for shipment to Russia, as a. part ot the large order to be sent overseas. The Iowa State brand creamery association at Mason City received part of an order from the government to furnish three million pounds of butter for shipment to ! _... IiTo..±aX t ^ e SSS:j A *««« ™et Eugene Morgan , 9 Ing on the order at the present' Ole son of Jfr - an «l M BOARD HELD MEETING SAT. EVENING LAST Premiums or Program Will Not Be Cut Down. Members pf the Humboldt county fair board held a meeting Sat- iurday evening to discuss the 1942 fair, to be held this year on Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday, August 19, 20, 21 and 22. Since Humboldt county Is essentially and foremost agriculture, the board members decided -- ...,.„= «,o 0 wumi.iun are wont-i.., . ,, " "-»•— '" lt De st to go ahead with full plans Jng on the order at the present' Ole son of Mr - » na M«. D. L. Mor-, for the annual event. The amount "k . I gan of Humboldt. He enlisted In ot P reml ums will not be cut down, heavily salted, as™" wHl not be ' '' Cr '° f ° r Visulla ' California. He y o Kepafrg" '•«'-'-»—-' -"-- - - - «'*o received training nt.Sttitta Ana,',; However, DEFENSE this year the fair JOHN BUCKINGHAM RITES HELD IN HUMBOLDT THURS. Funeral services for Johu F. Buckingham, 69, who passed away Monday afternoon, June 8, at the Lutheran hospital at Fort Dodge were held Thursday afternoon at two o'clock at the Humboldt Congregational church, of which he had been a member for the past 24 years. Services were conducted by the Rev. W. Clark Williams, and music furnished by Miss Donna Reasoner and Mrs. W. C. Williams, who sang "In the Garden" and "The Old Rugged Cross," accompanied on the Organ by Mrs W B Tigges. Pall-bearers were six long-time friends of the deceased, Clayton F'oster, John Adams, Charles Nur- th. Ben Earth, 0. B. Soppeland and Henry Chrlstensen. Interment was made in the.Humboldt. Union cemetery, under the direction of the Ellsworth Funeral Home. Mr. Buckingham had been a resident of Humboldt and vicinity for nearly 50 years, and tor a number of years was engaged in the coal four ia * urvi ™<* ago. wife, the refrigerated after it Is placed In """" ""•»••*« »umiug lit siinta Ana,' ".owever, this year the fair t nrma ~~t~, ^"" "" " IB wue> lna the -. h ° Ids ° f ships. It is being "id I* now nt Mather Flrln* Field board wiu not ma *e any repairs ' bvTfn "' tw ° chlldre » packed in small barrels which hold SMimnenta, California. HP w m ° n the bulIdIn B« at the fair grounds HalHrk. marrla e e - Mrs. Frank 148 pounds of butter. The barrels finkii ««,i«i- i < ° r ln >prove the grounds In any wav welllckson - wh o resides on a farm are made of hard wood and secur- ', , ",* '" ten I"***,'will BO as to keep extra expense down i T" Humboldt : "» d Gall of this ed by six metal hoops. i "° graduated ns n second lloutcn- "" that department "city; two grandchildren; a sister unt ttnd will be assisted to a pos«•'' The fair board has signed a ' Minnle Ho »and, of Sioux - 1 -" 1 "— - B a Rapids, Iowa; and three brothers The furnishing of this butter tor unt ttnd wl1 direct shipment brings home the els ° 1Tn «' I c. fact that the people of every com- ! munity are being called upon to '• put their resources Into this war,' l?r»V KOY IUBII- resources into this war 1 »-.»-^»» VA- j.n_f only to maintain our fighting J WORTHINGTON BS but tO assist thfi nIHurl nq_ T,. . «„_-_ *vj.^ \ PASSED -tW-f^fcftt?:.,, RK a r±::rrs;±™ • - « *•**« Ri&uuu a. free-act company for entertainment, the Lee and Williams Company of Minneapolis, Minnesota. jAlso a carlval company, complete .with concessions and side shows, time the Judges me e uges and superintendents of the various PROMOTED departments ar way possible. The °°' B '*' AWAY j At the present time the > butter, disrupts' Mrs. Frank Worthington 71 aad Superintendents of the v the common cause., tained in a fall June B t th p Waerl details are complete! •~~~—— Wnmoov i*n mn u • ', i ' will be publshed, alone ^ namsey nome where she was visit- other fair new« •••«"» THE HCfl J ! lg Ml ' 8 ' Zor a Parsons. Members of i President nn'a v<.i=^ „. Earl, of Eagle Grove; Will nf lm4-« rtli-. . _ '- kota City; In Canada. ( and Frank, who lives Local I. G. A. Store Attractive after . management 1ms announced SHERIFF SEXE AMES SCHOOL Attack on Dutch Harbor Awaken* Midwest. * ' * -Defense Council, is W paring to take all possible stop, TED SIMONSEN IS COMPLETE THE USD DRIVE IN DAKOTA CITY IK 45 MINUTES twelve men canvassed the houses Services were hold Sunday after- and business places in Dakota City'noon at 2:30 al the First Methodist Friday evening, and collected $69.08 j church in Clarion Rev Louis H for the United Service Organlza- j Preul officiated. Eyle'r ~ ' Otls Ne! «on of Hum- unaware . boldt states this year the last day d her on > f the falr wlu •» "eld i on Satur- j day _ Th , a lB sometnm preceded her in if it works out. the fair the of : the i H .l r '' usl)amj veceaeu ner In : u it works out. the fair probably death. Survivors are two children iwill end on a Saturday In the corn- Roy of Humboldt and Mrs. Glenn ing years. State of Qllmore City. Services were hold Sunday after- TJIrich, and they were aided by Earl Whipple, M. A. Wallukait. Edgar Lonnlng. W. F. Lowdor, „ . _ , ~~ Elnar Sartde, C. O. Palmer, Earl i County LadlCS Mann. Lloyd Phillips . Verne !p ar t : n Schulze and John Oruener. fart, in «-- —• O« I44XIA UU1 ILL I was at Evergreen cemetery in Clar- 1 An Sam Grove Brought in Sample of Early Potatoes—Big Ones Sam drove brought to this office two new potatoes that measured Fix and one-half Inches in circumference. They were well formed too, and nearly round. Potatoes E. 0. S. at Rolfe Friendship Night was observed FORMER HUMBOLDT CARPENTER DIED AT PARSONS, KANS. Carl A. Miller, 59, former resident of Humboldt, a construction foreman at the Kansas ordnance plant died Thursday, Juno 11, at Mercy hospital In Parsons, Kan,, after an Illness of two weeks. CONCRETE MATERIALS TO BE MOVED ,12.Men Will Leave for Colorado. N. J. Albus of Humboldt, man- worth. Concrete 'oux CHy wereTv Co -, T ywer slven n, n ^ « •••»»*'0o ut t*vu WUOHB. the E. 0. S. Mr. Miller went to Kansas from Hiimnnldt, where he had boon a City; conductress, Humboldt; Adah, Gladys Bailey, - ™,, luuiiu, {-inuiues mi" ' "-"-• Pearl Weible, iave been very early this spring | Qllmore C'ty; Esther, Alice Camp- and. many have reported using them !' Gllmoi ' e clty : and Mildred for the table for two or more I Pranke - Humboldt, organist. \traa\fa ELMER LINDHART ENLISTS IN ARMY TO LEAVE JUNE 22 Elmer Lindbart of Humboldt, owner of tbe Chevrolet Oarage, has enlisted In the United States army. He will report for duty at Fort Pes Molnes on Monday, June ?8, His wife will remain In Humboldt. Supervisors Were in Attendance Co, Officers and n tbb co«8ty were In attendance at 8* OQwty officers' meettog ft »e» Molnes several days last week WILL LEARN MANY USEFUL THINGS AT STATE FIRE SCHOOL The state fire school will be held at Ames four days this month, be- ployed at the KOP dnce January. He was born Nov. 27, 1882, In | Fairyville, Va., and was married to i Dora L. Breedon at Hug Mo., on Sept. 14, 1906. Mr. is survived by his widow, one daughter Opan Miller of Pocatello, Idaho, and one son En tig a c. Fletcher Miller. New York City, and several brothers and sisters. Mr. Miller was a member of the Methodist church and the Masonic services were held In __ Slmonsen of near Hum —...W..017I. vl UVUr IIU III- Mdt received word UuU j wr son Theodore has been promoted to tho rank «f ft Teclinlclun Corporal. His address Is Technician Corporal Jhcodore Slnwiwen, Utry. u, 17411, A. An Camp Bowie, Texas. Company, states that concern Is in the process of being moved to La Junta, Colorado, for 'a period o approximately sixty days. The move Is being made to fulfill a war contract, according to Mr I Albus, but the nature of the work has not.been reported. Most of the equipment will be taken, and a force of twelve men will be moved to Colorado. The men will not take their families with them, Mr. Al- B. P. W. Club Held Picnic at. Bicknell Park Tlie Business and Professiona Women's Club of Humboldt had a Picnic, prepared by the officers, in Bicknell Park Thursday evening Thirty-two members and guests were present at the-meeting. A short business meeting was leld and new members were voted u MU|JSJ-/jibv T^ 0 « ew members tre:. Ragnild Kndahi; Eiien'Wtfgi*-' ore, Myrtle Hewitt, Ethel Emrle Kathryn Ennis, Ardith O'Donnell Qertdude File, Helen Koob, Delia veils, Darlene Kdge, Margaret an, and Shirley Holt. Reports n the State Convention held at lodge. Funeral Sedalla, Mo., with burial at Crown Hill cemetery at Sedalla BEN FRANCIS ANDERSON AT NAVAL SCHOOL Ben Francis Anderson of Hura- boldt recently arrived at the U S Naval Training School, Naval Armory, at Indlonapolis, Indiana. Auderson has started an Intensive course designed to train him to be WILL ORGANIZE RETAILERS TO SELL STAMPS AND BONDS The treasury department of tho " ••-•" n»vii UJ r luuillUQ i-nnls, Eunice Thompson, Marjorle Seward, and Alice Askland. FUNERAL SERVICES HELDATRENWICK FOR WILLIAM BLACK Funeral services were held at the Baptist church In Renwlck Thursday afternoon for William Black M», who died at the Lutheran hospital In Fort Dodge early Tuesday nornlng of last week. Mr. Black md been In falling health the past year, and bis condition became serous the first nf ) Bs t week, when he was removed to the hospital Deceased was a long-time resi dent of this county, having oper VERA MADSEN AND JOSEPH. THORN-WED IN MISSOURI Miss Vera Madscn, daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. John Madsen of near Llvermore was married to Joseph Thorn, son of Mr. and Mrs. " LuVerne, Sunday, This week County Sheriff Henry Sexe Is attending a school at the Iowa State College at Ames on all types of civilian defense work. He weeklZ m ther ! thfou e h «><" thto week attending classes of instruction on air raids and all types of defense during wartimes. , When he returns to Humboldt undoubtedly several air,«M 5X fc' ;be named orer the °°<»itr, f th ?y will be,glven thorough instructions. There is a 40 hour course, outlined by the govern Takf u h il C V ftl l ? r ""taSTSSl whirl, i5i. wtod to methods by which civilians will be protected against incendiary bombs? 8lmllar the . me wlth atilwk on Dutch Har- , vng operated a blacksmith shop at Renwiclc fntt A n *.««. __ • > • Resident n ear age In gg" 1 " 0 ' 6 at for 40 years. He was an'active sportsman, and was also active in town affairs. United States has asked the re- ailers of the country to sell a billion dollars worth, of bonds and stamps during the month of July | wlCKl Mr8 ' Clarence Clark of Gold- Today, the Retailers Committee tiB|d ' Ml ' B - Bonwell of Eagle Drove from the Jfumboldl and Dakota City and CJareutu Black of Rockwell Chamber of Commerce is ' i"»» Surviving are his wife and four children, Mrs. A. Stafford of Rsn- wick, Mrs. Clarence Clark of Gold- was attended by Mrs. Nell O'Connell or Humboldt and Lloyd Zentner Patrolman Hohl To teaye July i For r l'*«n{M« MA . n _ the set-up for the coming cam" for the two towns. — ------ *ww* m+j a LUfe 4UUU|.i| ( PB™ nii.n ..i. ginning Tuesday, June 33. Several n • i ¥ x members of the Humboldt volun- twHWlCK Instructors tear flre_ department will attend MarriMl at C>~^ n * come a Navy radioman. palgn, for the two towns R o Hn m K,>l,U n He enlisted in the Navy Feb. 28, Nelson |. chairman of the iei-up r. Wmb ° Wt COUn nf hi 0 '', J ?°, dge ' Upon coln Pletion I llere - By the first of July, It Is ex- High in Sale of ?n fh « 8 " 8 he wl " be assigned I l )ect «l the plan will be functioning, rhriatniao Cool to the fleet or to some shore sta- a " d all firms are being asked f 0 Llmst «»8S Seals "Ott. cn-nnprnta tn *u« «™^.^_i___ ... I Hnmhnlrlf ^> n ..«<... „.. department will W n« U u The sessions wil Ipe taken up almost entirely wjtfc courses in home ore flghttng |n tbe line of home defense, tbe e»tto«ulsh|»g of Jn- cen4iajry bomibs a»4 war-time "waawres a t home. Many prpmiBeat officteta to "•"— circles w«l attend a»4 ' , W. Strohm, state fire t8 ,,, 8 l e wUJ have class OQ te ttw ***WHV$l SM» |f*i*M»«H*jtt fBKWpeC, ' '' " •--*•»• Married at Renw|ck Times: Miss Porothy May Mather, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dayton W. Mather of Greene, and Harry G. Menlan, son of Mr. and Mrs, Prank j. Meblan or Blue Island, Illinois, were married in the Methodist chijrcb in Greene at fpyr o'clock Saturday sfternftpn, J»ne 8. Qale PftYls of Ren wick was one of the attendants. Both tbe bride and froom bavg been Instructors in tlje Renwlck schools tfee past two years. They west O j» a, wedding trip to r ftft»r Wb4ca they w|l} ftoj)»e — - ! co-operate in the campaign so this . Hu «nboJdt county contributed (Vicinity's quota can be reached. » 1 - 09 3-20 to the anuual seal bale ) J — as compared wltb 1942.16 cnni-i-i. Destroyed to Fire far™" ****«• «B tbe Henry Peters farm eat of Qljmore City «U-oyed by are Wed The fire was caused 3" **™ * rel. committee. The county Y . per capita was 8.1 cents. oil bar- car was saved but spare tube 8B4 60 gals, of destroye*}, Burma Missionary to be on her way home Mtfia TV^IAAMA A_J t • "~ ••• *»*w t-tbiuyajgii OU t (Vicinity's quota can be reached. FIREMEN ELECT TWO NEW MEMBERS ' record "acgwWnV1o""tiw IwlT- port from the Iowa Tubsm'Josig Humboidr-Flrr Pe^tmen'tVa 1 iSSTSft 75" ^ wS Beting Tuesday evening at thu **^? 1!^ ^. *;««? P« City Hall. There now are fifteen members in tbe department. ofLuVerne. M^an^r..''^™ will live at LuVerne, W h efB Mr. Thorn Is employed. The bride formerly taught in Lu- yerna and has taught at Dakota City he pBBt rew years. She will continue to teach, A mlKi-ellaneous shower was held eve f r hOI1 ° r 8t Beln>oud Tuesday Mrs. Soren Peterson. Eighteea sues.ts were present. The bonoree Among those shower were the -rfld her sister, Mrs J, Srickson of Mllbank, S. p. COUNCIL WILL MEET TO ACT ON BIDS IN STREET SURFACING According to a nptiqe in mis !r i the city council of twillmeet (a the city hall r. M. July 13, to act "** *•'•>5££ PATROLMEN TO 'ATTEND SHORT COURSE JULY 6 Dakota Oitv with »».« T«_.« »?f_c swjSTftffwiraS JBJSijBSKj?^^ , and Mrs. W, Btackstock 6. own Prawn of H«mboldt, ''**ti' welter qitr wui !Ll**«to* ^ : NAME SOCIETY COMMUNION SUNDAY ,,,_., yards of street facing. This will consist of l_ ing the existing aprt$c$ to that th* completea linprovwen,t will match tip grade of tbe ejpjgtlog epnr-'- gutters, sweeping tbe surface a motor driven broom, as " of one cpat of tar prtee, tloQ of (wo binder coats Qf tar asphalt with grftvsl po?ep and dragging an4 fape. L06ia MARKETS 9m V«t lU^nA lft"JBifria«k'wiih f** 9 **" ^Nf Wm fc?J4.»J T-MwS ^miffisSS? 1 ***** l«^ :f «*«* Pw feUtNllAC] ) -jK-j-«»J r<#- »j 3gLJy& a^feM'V..' J.^. i^lfcSCi!^

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