The Humboldt Independent from Humboldt, Iowa on June 30, 1942 · Page 3
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Humboldt, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 30, 1942
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THEATRE Thursday July land 2 a 'girl like Marvin Myles hidclen iii every man's life! You might try to forget her, but you know, in your heart, 'that you can't, B. M. PlILHAM, ESQ. Starring Hedy LAMARR Robert YOUNG Ruth HUSSEY With Chas. Coburn, Van Heflin, Fay Holden, Bonita Granville.' Admission 10c-20c-30c Friday, and Saturday July 3 and 4 Mdtiruse July 4th, 3 P. M. HOT-SPOT OF THE FROZEN NORTH..! FRANK LLOYD PRODUCTIONS, INC proitnts REX BEACH'S i (HAMS I. FflDMAK GlOUf MODUOIOK Riindolpli John DIETRICH SCOTT WAYNE Xfffa Margaret LINDSAY Harry CAREY Richard BARTHtlMESS William FARNUM George CLEVELAND Samuel S. HINDS 'Prtiutii ky FRANK LLOYD DlmltJ ky RAY ENRICH! Adm.: Matinee 10c-20c-30c Night 10c-25c-40c All admission prices include state sales tax and federal defense tax. PERSONAL MENTION Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Morgan and family spent the past two weeks in Minnesota. Floyd King was called to California last week by the serious illness of his mother. Mrs. Wilbur Amspoker returned recently from a visit at the John Hoy home in Council Bluffs, Mrs. Mlda Doan and Miss Frances Messer were recent callers at the Altman home in Livermore. Mr. and Mrs, John Mirtiony of near Dun combe, Iowa, were business callers In Humboldt Thursday. Mrs. Albln Ackerson and children were visitors from Sunday to Thursday with relatives in Mar- sballtown. Mrs. John Sampson accompanied her son Don Sherman of Lake City to California last week where they will visit relatives. Mr. and Mrs. L. N. Laursen were visitors Thursday with their daughter, Mrs, Jay Larson and family near Fort Dodge. ? Mr, and Mrs. Lawrence Wieble of Johnstown, Penn., are visiting friends and relatives in and around Humboldt and Dakota City. Eldon, Harry and Jerry Fain ot Mallard are spending their summer vacation here with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. H. 3. Fain. Mr. an4 Mrs. Robert Rice of Los Angles, Calif., and Mrs. Lucy Oestrich were recent dinner guests at the J. E. Botbwell home in Oil- Miss Virginia Teliier of near Rut left for Washington, D. C., las' Friday, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Johnson of Badger visited relatives in Hum boldt and Dakota City recently. Drs. j. K. and J. H. Coddington attended the Twin Lakes medlca meeting at Rockwell City Thursday. Guy Dayton of Dakota City, spent several days visiting his son Ken Dayton and family in Bradgate last week. Mrs. Chris P. Larsen spent Thursday afternoon visiting at the Ernest B. Raney home near Livermore. Miss Marilyn Lowe of Des Mollies is visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Vern Allan. She is a niece of the Allans. The George Beebe family will move Wednesday from the Mrs. Ella Rollins house to the Henry Friday house. Mrs. Charles Gibson of Gilmore City and Dorothy Gibson and John Chamberlin spent the day in Spirit Lake last Sunday. Mrs. Minnie Molander returned home last Wednesday after spending two wppVs visiting relatives at Manson and Palmer. Bonnie Lou Shipman returned to her home on sixth avenue north Sunday after a week's visit with relatives at Laurens. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Melavln were recent visitors in Livermore and attended the June picnic at the Mae Murphy home there. Mr. and'Mrs. Damon Schultz are the parents of a 7% Ib. girl, Janet Lee, born Saturday, June 27 at their home south of Humboldt. Mr. and Mrs. John Miller attended the Naugle clan family pic- nice at the Will Gies home at South Maple Grove Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Powell and daughter Susan Gene were last Sunday evening supper guests at the Edd Oppedahl home In Renwick. Mrs. Billy Clark of Long Beach, Calif., is spending several days at the home of her sister and brother- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Campbell. Altha Havlland, Instructor in the Bloom Twp,, high school In Chicago Heights, 111., returned to her home last week where she will spend the summer. Phyllis and Norma Jean Molander have returned home from a several days visit in Gtlmore City with their grandparents, Mr. and Vlrs. L. J. Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Sheldon and son, of .Kansas City, Mo., came or a week's visit at the Joe Sheldon home here and the Gregory lome in Rutland. Delia Grain of Des Molnes, who is visiting her sister Mrs. Keith Cran at Rutland, spent the latter part of the week here with her friend Alice Christensen. Mrs, Minnie Eaton who has been spending the last three weeks at the home of her sister Mrs. Gay Thompson returned to her home in •Mlrineapbllg'tait"Week.*' t " H. F. Jakway spent the week end at Spirit Lake where he accompanied business associates of Port Dodge to attend a convention of Rnfus Schultz of Pdatlac, KUen., who has been visiting his children, Wanda Lee and Jerry Schulie at the Clint and Ennls Tinken hbffies, left for Michigan Friday, and the children returned home with him. Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Lennon and baby of Cedar Rapids visited over the week end at the home of Mrs. Lennon's mother Mrs. Gay Thompson. Mrs. Thompson returned home with the Lennons Sunday for a visit. Russell Haas Is on a twenty day furlough from naval duties in Cuba and is visiting his parents Mr. and Mrs. Henry Haas in Humboldt. He made the trip to the United States by plane and froia Florida he cam'e by train and DUB. Mrs. Melvln Synhorst spent the weekend in Chicago where she join- her husband who is with the U. S. Navy stationed at Great Lakes, 111. Mrs. Synhorst will return home Tuesday. Mrs. Synhorst is the former Alice Rosslng. Mrs. Nellie Myers returned borne last Sunday after spending a week In Fort Dodge at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Robert Eggen and family. While there she underwent an operation for the removal of her tonsils. Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Lennon of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and Mrs, A. B. Lennon and son Russell of Laurens visited with friends in Humboldt over the week end. They came to attend the Lennon-Mc- 2arty wedding Sunday. Mrs. Wesley Gochenouer moved last week from Boone to the home of her husband's mother Mrs. Ber;ha Gochenouer in Humboldt. Mr. Gochenouer is in the service and ocated at Fort Riley, Kansas; where she recently spent a week nil with him. A. J. Hayden of Port Dodge, formerly of Humboldt, visited his sls- er Mrs. Frank Jacobson at her lome in Dakota City Thursday. Hr. and Mrs. Hayden expect to cave the first of this week for and 'Mrs. Albert Janssen of fto- neer entertaied at a picnic sttjiper in his honor. Thole present ffttm away were Mrs. F.I la ^ Weber of Palmer, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Wet>er and Jean of OilmOre tllty. Mr .and Mrs. Henry Jansaen and of Gilmore Lady Receive Lettet the following letter, taken ffom . ... « ii .7 — * «i • ii^» * "" ""i"wi«B icuer, lanen irom children of Rutland Mr. and ftfrfl. the Gilmore City enterprise was ^children of^ThW, received by Ruth Van Alstlhe t>f Ollmore City, from her slater, Mrs. Annls Edmonston of Birmingham, Mr. ad Mrs. fed Rldenour of Mailard, Mr. and Mrs. Hyke Abens and ftvelyn of Palmer, Mr. <and Mfs. Wftlte Abens and children of GUI- more City, Elvira Abens and H&4- old Pederson of Poeahontas, fifn- est Abens of Ollmore City, trtne England. this letter Was received June 22 and was posted May 21, ordinary post. Postage on an airmail let* Abens of Manson, John Bilskainper i L" f * 30 cents for only % ounce of Ollmore City. Other guests were wh , ch d ° es not seel » to make any from Pioneer. PAID PINE IN MAYOR'S COURT FOR INTOXICATION According to local officers, Walter Becher, who said his address was Fort Dodge, paid a fine of 15 and costs in mayor's court Monday morning of this week for intoxlSa- better time. Birmingham, England My dear Ruth, Your letter of March May 11, 1942 26 came tion. He was arrested a local ~Mr- %Bl *? rs - Halts Wallukait §84 faoijly aad viola Lea were visitors Wednesday evening In, Lu- ¥*r»f Mrs- . Mrs, P»ul %*# were recently marrt- lornjer Northwestern Mutual Insurance Co. employees. Mr. and Mrs. Chester L. Edwards of Dakota City arrived home Sunday fmm a two weeks vacation trip to Long Beach and other points in California. They made the trip by train. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Ebson, Adele and Joe of Stfi Paul, were afternoon visitors at the Peter Sorensen home and evening guests at the Myron Sorennen home both near Humboldt Thursday. Mrs. Floyd Christensen and Mrs, Larry Naeve were over Sunday visitors with their husbands at Sioux City, where the men are employed on a defense project. Frank Merris returned home from the Lutheran hospital In Fort Dodge Saturday after receiving medical treatment there for some time. His condition is much improved. Harry Browii Ima returned to his duties at the highway patrol office in the courthouse after spending a few days vacation at the home of bis mother in Estherville. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Sexe and daughter who have been visiting at the parental Henry Sexe home left Sunday on the bus from Itea Molnes for their home In. Rouwell, New Mexico. Lt. Lawrence Devine visited from Thursday until Monday at the home of his mother Mrs. J. Q. Devine. He is being transferred from Hen- drlcks Field, Sebrlna, Florida, to Victorvllle, California, Miss Luclne Tubbs left for Emmetsburg Saturday for a stay over the 4th at the home of her parents and family. Mrs. Cassie Skow with whom she stays here is visiting at (be Wm. Tubbs home near Rutland during her absence. Mrs. W. J. Clayton of Humboldt, R, T- Clayton of Southerland, B. B. Clayton of Hartley and Jack Hilton and Will Hawcett of Algonft motored to Waterloo Sunday, from there tbey left by tr&in fpr St. Louis 014 a week's buying trip. Mrs. Albert Klrchhofl of Thor became very ill tat Moaday, and was taken in a Fort Bodge am* bul*nce U) Jowa City, wh*r* ahe underwent a gajl stone operation received 'asodena, California, where they vill make their home. Relatives have received word torn Mrs. Homer Jacobson and son Russell, formerly of Dakota City, who recently joined Mr Jacobson at Alhambra, Calif., that they are settled in a home. Mr. Jacobson has been there since last year and vorks In a defense factory. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Janssen, jorene Selfktn, Irene Abens and Jeverly Tinken accompanied Dale WJeber to Des Molnes Tuesday morning where he left from there )y bus for Omaha, Nebraska, to be nducted into the Coast Guard. From there he will be sent to the west coast. Mrs. Edna Grimm Granseth, who as been employed as housekeeper t the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Holstrom In Dakota City, accomr ianied her son Floyd Grimm when he returned to California re- ently, after having visited rela- ives here. They made the trip In irs. Granseth's car. Mr. Grimm is mployed in an aircraft factory. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Rles of Los Angeles, .Calif., are -spending a two week vacation • in and around Hum- old t and at the home of his pa- ents Mr. and Mrs. Fred Rles near Gllmore City. Relatives they are visiting in Humboldt and Dakota City are the Will and Fred Bauman and the Leo Sweeney families. Mr. Ries is a former resident of this vicinity. He is now employed in a ship yard on the coast. »| the fftait? Lutheran. . with Mrs. Alfred Jensen hostess. , »*0W t» {. P. P. ?, 1* Uw Ljfcj , «t»te that ehe to • getting SOCIAL CALENDAR Tuesday, June 80— Friendship club meets at the Meth odlst church. Rotary Club meets In Legion Building for 6:15 dinner. Wednesday, July 1— Garden Club meets at 9:30 a. m. nt the home of Mrs. Faith West Roll call each member wear rose boutonniere or bring a rose picture and tell Its story. The program "History Still Lives in The Rose Garden" by Mrs. Anna Nelson. Friendly Sewing Club meets with Mrs. Mary Charaberlln. R. F. O. M. meets with Mrs. Chas. Hiinrod. W. R. C. regular meeting in Legion club rooms. July birthdays to be observed. Thursday, July 8— I. 0. 0. F. meets in the Odd Fellow hall. St. Mary's Society meets at school with tbe following committee in charge: Mrs. William Baumann, Mrs. A- C. Feany, Mrs Hannah Ennls, Mrs. Frank Dunphy, Mrs. John Scott, Mrs, Dan Hibbard, Elizabeth Doran, Mrs. Maurice Callahan, Mrs, Harold Scott, Mrs. Walter Lentz, Mrs. Victoria Haas, Airline Industrial Club meets the Walter Christensen home with Mrs. Joyce Odgaard as itpstess, Progran) leader Mrs. Sue Skew, Topic, "Patriotism and Bill pf Rigatf". Country Club picnic for July been cancelled 1 . Congregational Women's Fellow* ship meets at tbe church for luncheon with, group number three to charge, Mrs, Fred Finn, chairman. The Junior girls will be in charge pf tie program Donna Beaspju« will b* Ifl pharg'e of devQtJons, kHHwrfo £$0&f A14 officer Saturday morning, and languished in the city Jail until Monday morning. COUNTY PEOPLE ATTEND SATERN REUNION JUNE 21 The second annual Satern family reunion was held on Sunday, June 21, at Call's State Park In Algona. A total of 48 were In attendance, many from Humboldt county. Present were Henry Satern and family of Bode, Mr. and Mrs. Bur- tls Eastman and John of Milan. Illinois, Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Gobi) of West Bend, Mr. and 'Mrs. Roy Enockson and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Laurel Worster and family, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Jolllffe and Mean, M,r. and Mrs. Lawrence Holden and Maurlne all of.Ottosen. Mr. and Mrs. Harry, Mrs. Earl Skaugstad and sons and Bonnie Telford of Humboldt, Mr. and Mrs. Thorstetn Satern and family of West Bend, Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Worster and family of Rolfe. Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Worster and Mr. and Mrs. Russell Enockson and Sharon of Plover. On Wednesday evening, June 24, Henry Satern and family entertained the same group at the Satern farm south of Bode. ENJOY FAMILY GATHERING AT J. NAUGLE HOME The Naugle family reunion was held Sunday, June 28, at the Jacob Naugle farm home near Rutland, due to the illnes sof Mr. Naugle. Everyone enjoyed a hearty dinner, topepd off with five gallons of Ice cream. President Jacob Naugle was reelected during the buslnes meeting, which he called to order from his bedside. Other officers elected were vice president, John Miller of Humboldt, and secretary-treasurer, M?s. Peter K. Lajrson Of Rutland. '"''"' ' •>•••Letters were read from relatives in Portland, Oregon, and Larchwood. Iowa, who were unable to be present. Talks were given by members of the family from Pennsylvania, and others. A standing vote of thanks was given to Mr. and Mrs. William Gies, who live with Mr. Naugle, for their hospitality. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Simon Naugle, Mr. and Mrs. Laurence ' Welble and Charles Naugle of Johnston, Pennsylvania; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Glaus and family of Fenton, Mr. and Mrs. Lorenzo Welble and son and Mrs. Mary Weible of Gilmore City. Mr, and Mrs. George Welble and family, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Paulson-of Rolfe, Mr. and Mrs. Peter K. Larson and family of Rutland, Mr. and Mrs. John Miller of Hura- boldt, the William Gies family, and Mr. Naugle. this A. M., also one from Velma Coffin that was posted April 11. I was glad It was rainy and that I had a nice fire so I could enjoy my letters with my second cup of tea after Jim and Sheila had gone to their schools. I am so thankful for any letters that moke the perilous trip across, even one way. But think of a letter I sent to Verne and Hazel Daniels Christmas of 1936 after that summer I met them in Gllmore City. I couldn't find their address but thought it was Laurel and risked sending it there. Then in July of 1937 the much- travelled letter came back to me! When I went into my paper shop today the proprietress said, "I have a nice surprise for you," and brought out the March Woman's Home Companion. I still haven't the February number and this is the third year I have missed it. I lend it around to several friends. It rained Sunday afternoon and we were glad as we needed It. Now can buy some lettuce plants and hurry up my salad greens. Now that Sheila is old enough to come home nnd unlock the house by herself, I have joined the Townswoman's Guild, Hall Green branch. It meets once a month, has a variety of departments, and always something Interesting. Our dramatic society gave the play "Ladles in Waiting" a few weeks ago and made almost ?100 for Red Cross. They are asking Guild members to help on the farms during the rush season. I have signed up along with twenty others, but the transportation is the trouble. Unless they find a way to get us to their farms we can't help them. I must quit writing and make out the dozen savings certificates I collected from new members. Part of my war work Is this collecting waf' savings and depositing them at the branch post office. ( May 20: I didn't mean to hold this so long. I. have been busy in the garden as the rains have made things grow so fast. 1 took a neighbor's child to Welfare Clinic this afternoon and when I brought him home, had a cup of tea with his mother. I didn't worry about getting home because I had left a note for Shelta saying, "Back at 4:30—key in your basket. Cream bun and milk In pantry," On my way home I remembered I hadn't put the note outside the door as I had intended to uu! But Sheila had opened a window and climbed in. An air-raid warden just came to inspect our gas masks and to check up on the "strenght" ot the house (that is, how many people live here) and to ask it I am willing to be a blood doner. I am already a registered donor. I had a package from Ethel Black lately—all was safe. Really, I think we have been exceedingly lucky. Tell mother the lisle hose have been a great comfort. They are wearing so well I can hardly believe it, A neighbor whose husband just got to Canada wrote her the first thing he did was to buy a lug of oranges, a lug of apples, and a sack of bananas, He took them to his room, put them beside his bed nnd ate fruit. Jimmy was finally rejected for army service and so is now busy finishing his college career to be ready to teach as they told him they will need good teachers. It is fortunate his poor eye sight does not prevent his studying. Jean is still on the farm and although she may change her place of work, she intends to continue with the same sort of work. My love to you nil, Annls. SOLDIERS MAY USE KOSSUTH FAIRGROUNDS FOR CAMPliVO Secretary Vincent of the Kossuth fair association has been notified that the Kossuth fairgrounds have been approved as a site for the temporary encampment of troopo on the move, when necessary. The approval was given by the Department of Public Safety In co-operation with military authorities. Miss Doris Krause Wed to Ben Schmidt Thursday, June 18 Miss Doris, Krause, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Krause of near Renwick and Ben Schmidt, son of Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Schmidt of Seneca, Kansas, were marrird Thursday, June 18, at the parish house in Eagle Grove with Father Mulligan officiating. The couple wag attended by Mr. and Mrs. Ar- thftr Maasdam ot Algona, Mrs. Maasdam Is a sister of the bride Mrs. Schmidt was graduated from Renwick high school and Wartburg College at Waverly. She taugh at Beaver No, 7 in Humboldt county the past school year. LEFT FOR FAIRBANKS, ALASKA, FOR SIX MONTHS Silas Nelson of Britt, left for Fairbanks, Alaska, where he will have" a'job as a'mechanic ; for sir- months. Viewing his job as It is, one must remember that Mr. Nelson will not reach Alaska before July 1, and more probably July 15, after which he will spend six months there. That means that his job 'will expire January 16, next. When you remember thai the temperature at Fairbanks sometimes reaches seventy below during seventy below In Fairbanks during the winter months, and there Is no transportation out ot there during such months, unless one goes by airplane, it will seem that Mr. Nelson will be stuck In Alaska in the seventy-below weather until spring opens the water routes. Also when you remember that practically the entire population of Alaska, that can afford It, leaves for "the states" each fall and goes back the next spring, you will realize what Mr. Nelson Is up against. KOSSUTH FAIRGROUNDS DAMAGED BY I'ROWLERS Sunday night prowlers at tbe Kossuth county fairgrounds used Dome steel bridging as a battering ram to smash a section of paneling In the grandstand loose. For several months there have been repeated acts of small wrecking against the property. Secretary Vincent said that destructive acts In the future will be Investigated. WAR DEPARTMENT WANS ULACKOUT IN IIELMONV ^.JjelmojjeL will not have the blackout as was recently planned, : du0 to the regulations of the seventh corps area which prohibit all blackouts unless the community is properly organized with a police patrol. EAfJLE (HtOVE WILL HAVE STOP-GO LIGHTS The city council of Eagle Grove has decided to buy sidewalk stop anil go signs provided priorities fur the wiring can be obtained. The representative for a firm wnich supplies these fixtures has taken up the matter and expects a decision in tbe near future. Wedding In Missouri Sunday, June 21 According to 'the Eagle Grove Eagle, Mies Amy Jane Andergon, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 0. A. Anderson of that city and Leonard LeRoy Miller, son of Mrs. Harry Holstrom of Humboldt were unit' eft in marriage Sunday, June 21, at Bethany, Mo. Miss Charlotte Dewey of Eagle Grove and Lester eqyold of Humbolijt attended the Je- Mr. and. &frs. MUler utrill make thei.r bo»e in Dakota City. HIBK 88 48 F«d Mugs cf Wfttirjoo bag ac- ition in the I Ui the v«-< fancy left by, toe reflfijatiQn of in, W4W ttfftfe KHOM AKltllA VISIT IK I'Ot'AHONTAS Rev. and Mrs. Raymond Mathre, tnlsBlonaries who recently returned f;onj Africa are visiting in Pocahontas. Tbey have been doiog missionary work on that continent for the past six years. Tbey have a round-trip fare and expect to return to Africa this fall. Their work Is far from the battle zone and the only information the natlces get concerning world war No. 2 is what the missionaries read to them from foreign newspapers, and the radio newscasts. When tbe Mathres were married in Africa three years ego,-the natives built the ma "fine new home," a tiny but of mud and clay construction. WJ58T HIGH AT 8T4TU A west Bend shooter ranked among tbe top at tbe state ghtwt for women belt} at Cedar Falls recently. .Mrs. Margaret Dorwleler of West Bend wag runner-up, ghs brok$ 38 out of 101). Tbe cbarn- winner 'Mrs. Marie MOV CATCHKS EEL AT KIVER NEAK ALOONA Charles Crnpser, 12, of Algona, caught a thirty-two inch eel recently In the river south of Algona. He and his family had it for a meal and reported that It tasted somewhat like a bullhead. LADIES LOOSE 1'UHSKS TO THIEF AT ALflONA Mrs. Merle Webster and Fern Glsch, clerk In two Algona stores reported the theft of their purses last week. The purses were stolen from the storeu In which the two ladles work. Tbe purse belonging to Miss Qlsch was found in the B. & L. store, empty. Police reported that they have their suspicions an to the thief. News of4-H ~ CLUBS The Corinth Red Stars met at the home of Marlon Larson, Wed' neoday, June 17,1942. Eleven members, two leaders aqd 'one -mother answered to roll call, "My best color. "The secretary's report was given by the club secretary. Our Financial problem was discussed by the club. The business meeting was then closed. A talk, "What is a perfect too}," was given, by Virginia Raemnisen, 'Selection and care of the shoes" was read by Betty Rugsell, egy talk, ''respecting myself" given by Kathryn McBurney. Mary McBurney told the members how she collected and mounted butter- miles apd motbg for her cpnserva- lon project. poris plspn and Betty Russell will represent the crub on the demonstration, team. The afternoon wa* thea concluded by a lunch served by He hostess. Reporter, Be«y Russell. Qras4 Dl f$rt PI m. broke 90 OH$ 10 H4T1 ETItToiC Mr. Heory M. f«J«r« ot Ely, WI to hittll —, 4HWp UK XiAf, Hi. ?^P- jevmiiKT ^p^' prtefji£ti at »t«rt to tweet adaitfon, the Seed tk&oM be covered at least 'y, IflHh ^e^ef- IBftfi ''Jri the spring. Attention to a few details will probably mean the tiff*! ference between success arid fail-' ufe. « « « Gardeners will also want to plan to make room for two later plantings of certain vegetables, Plans should be made to plant Celery, (Chinese) cabbage, endive, kohlrabi, turnips, winter radishes and, string beans the last 2 weeks In July. The time to plant spinach, lettuce, kale and small radishes in August 20 to Sept. 1. * * * Every gardnerer should cooperate to avoid loss of vegetables and fruit surpluses. The gardener who has more products than needed should contact the county agent's office to find out who can use them. * * * Adult squash bugs are active now, although there are no young, yet. Use boards as traps in squash plantings. Lift up the boards every night and morning and destroy bugs that take shelter under them nt night. Handplck the squash bugs you find-on the vines. If you have it available, use a 1 percent rotenone dust every 6-7 days. * •• » The strawberry season has Just passed. And now Is a good time io cut off the leaves over the patch. Do not cut too close to the crowns. Allow the leaves to dry for a short time, then rake tH n& theffl'and the ttlrf.ftolatt ffdffl fmtcfi. TnWtof ! «BouM 6trbl Aft ft sflfifttry measure, -Cultivate- Between in%' fttft ?t5f flint* to" ftt* courage &Vet6p^i&t itf ne-%- planli. Old pateftes with no fows ciit M tfendtated by re'-tWaM ftnlnf " ^4 row but if. the Hatch Is m6ri Cuft 3 yeaffl old It Is best to set & patch ne*t spring, TIRE VULCANIZING 24 Hour Service Shop Located at Residence 706 N. 5th Street.. Geo. M. Engquisl fto truck ; withln the next thirty days. Some delay Was caused because ot priorities. The Eat 1e (Trote fire d«p*Htneni was called to extinguish a blaie Monday night in the sleeping porth back of the apartmeflts over tfie Peterson Cafe in' that city. Damage amounted to about 'fioo. Otto Knadieii of Enfie Ctrore re- celved a letter recently from h'la father at Copenhagen, Denmark. The letter was written On March 17, and Was sent through the fccd Cross. This Is the first word Mr. Knudsen has had from, his father since war was declared. W. W. Stoiie WAS Watted* p r «ll. dent of the loWa • State Blacksmith and Welders association at the An* nual conventldn at 'Waterloo fe- cently. Fort Dodge was selected as the site for next year's convfili- tion. KVFD 5:15 P.M. Mineral Spring* Coca-Cola Bottling Co. Nursery Sctool STARTING MONDAY, JUNE 29 HOURS—9:00 to 11:30 and 1:30 to 4:30 Mondays through Saturday in .the parsonage of Congregational Church for Children 3 to 6 years. 75c per week for morning session or $1.50 per week for all day. Ruth Williams Phone 564 1 Humboldt, t Iowa We plan to cleai'^burrbatteries'thiS'Wie^k^ If you are looking for chicks come'in at T once. Premium Prices Paid for'Springs Call Us for Prices (U. S. Certified, Ppllorum Tested) Phone 411W 31 South 5th St., Humboldt, Iowa SPECIALS Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday 3 Ib. can 09c Giant pkg. 59c

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