ttt we wlih to express our sifi«er6 ftppwclatlofi for the acts of kindness extended at the time of death of our mother, A s special thanks to all those' Whft;/i««t flowers, meiftoHaisv cards and food. Your thduf btfutoess will long- he remembered. Mr, and Mrs. Date-WAtaf and family,Mr/ and Mrs. Eugene Julius «nci family, I.274xx OUR SINCERE THANKS TO all who sent cards, gifts, visits,, prayers while in hospital and home. A special thanks to Pastor Young during the illness of our mother and wife who passed away. May God reward each of you; Arnold King and family. ; 1-27-1 WE EXTEND OUR DEEP- est thanks for the many kind acts during the illness and for sympathy after the death of our mother. We shall be forever grateful for the memorials, beautiful floral offerings, the timely music provided by the organist, Mrs. Keith Sayers, the comforting solo by Gerald Christensen, and memorable words by Dr. Kitterman. Our sincere appreciation to those furnishing food for the lunch, and the Rebekahs who served at the center. Mr. and Mrs. Berwln Throndsen*, Mrs. Deloris Steyer, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Hoffman, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Altman, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Nordstrum. I-27-lxx For Rent Office space also suitable for retail in Legion Building. Call 332.3285 FOR RENTf TWO bedroom apartment In new four plex. Stove and refrigerator furnished. Call 3822598. l-204fR-36-tf WANTED WANTEDsHARD TO place automobile insurance. Phone 332-3812. Miller Insurance Agency, Humbpldt, Iowa. R-27-tfM2'tf Your Classified Ad Number Is 332-2514 HELP WANTED HELP WANTED: COL'NT- er help wanted. Hours 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday through Friday. Apply in person to David Shaw, Duseyberger In. 1-27-1R-43-1 NOTICES HUMBOLDT COMMUNITY Chorus begins Monday,_Jan-_ uary 7 at 7:30 p.m. in the Junior High School music room. R-42-1 1-27-1 NOTICE: 1973 IS GONE and Comfort Living in Algona still has '73 homes we must move now! Call 295-3572 in Algona. R-42-1 1-27-1 'RESULTS THROUGH THE classified page. (I cleaned out the attic and called 332-2514.) BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES Help Wanted Immediately Full-time nurses aid must be willing to fulfill state requirements for Geriatics certificate. Contact Mr. Chuck Hertel Sisson Care Center Humboldt Phone 332-1525 Welders APPLY IN PERSON Jet Co. Office Highway 169 North BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES Business Opportunity I'm looking for an ambitious person to join me in building a going business in Humboldt County. APPLICANT SHOULD BE: Bondable - An extrovert - Willing to work hard - Willing to study and learn. APPLICANT SHOULD HAVE: Agricultural background (preferred but not required) - A dependable car - Pleasing appearance and personality - High school education or better preferred. QUALIFIED APPLICANT CAN: Be paid immediate income commensurate with present income - Enjoy professional status - Have exceptional fringe benefits. QUALIFIED APPLICANT WILL HAVE: Office and secretary furnished - Possible income first year $10,000 and up - Should double income in 4 to 5 years. Call or Write Farm Bureau Insurance Humboldt, Iowa Phone 332-1122 Give name, present occupation, address and phone number. Replies confidential. V lean out L eftovers In your Attic before they S tart a fire. Sell them A ds to get Desired Speedy results! n a F lash I n a want ad. I veryone reads and P tptndt Q» Place one NOW! Phono 332*2514 LEGAL NOTICES Help Waited Bookkeeping Training Mark L, Bnmdsgard Legion Building Humboldt, low* Purebred Khfliter White Boar* accredited herd D, H, Benttnahaut t and Son est Bend 882-2154 ADDING MACHINES AND typewriters, sales and services. IOWA BUSINESS MACHINES, 26 North Fifth Street, Foft Dodge, Iowa. "North side of City Square." ;_ ; .,..-.^.,.. R-5-tfI-41-tf ONE OF THE FINER things of life—Blue Lustre cartel cleanef. Rent electric shampooer $1. Humboldt OK Hardware. R-42-l l-27-l YOU SAVED AND SLAVED for wall to wall carpet. Keep it new with Blue Lustre. Rent electric shampooer $1, Martin and Miller Home Interiors. R-42-1 1-27-1 FOR SALE FOR SALE: WARM HOMES for a cold winter. Call 515-295-3672. Comfort Living, Algona. R-42-1 1-27-1 \ : • —-^ = ^~ FOR SALE: 1973 VW, EX- cellent condition. 16,000 miles. Still under warranty. $2,200. Cal| 332-4580 after 5. R-42-lxx I-27-lxx FOR SALE: BEAUTIFUL one half lot in Humboldt. Trees,- paved street, two blocks from Sumner Ave. Phone 332-3427. I-26-tf R-42-tf FOR SALE: SEASONED and split fireplace wood. $35 pick up load. 204 S. St. Claire St., Dakota City, Iowa. I-27-lxx R-434xx FOR SALE: SMITH CORO- na Portable Typewriter. Phil ^Jorgensen, 332-1977. FOR SALE: PURE BRED boars. Chester Whites, Hampshires, Durocs. Backed up by 17 years testing at Ames Testing Service. Big fast growing kind—ready for service. Better see these before you buy. Fred F. Goodchild and Sons, Mallard, Iowa. Phone 425-3374. _ R-24-tfI-9-tf FOR SALE:PENNCREST electric, dryer, 5 years old. Excellent «oh;dilion, $50. Phone 382*1611 after 5 p.m. FOR SALE: VAPORIZER, electric, excellent condition, $5. Phone 332-1977 after 5:30 p.m. NOTICES SERVICES LOWEST AUTO WSUR- ance rates for cancelled, rejected or SR22 filings. Same day filings easy terms. Call Holt Insurance, 332-3677, Humboldt, Iowa. R-49-td I-34-tf DO YOUR LEGS OR BACK ache? Check for run over heels. Dale's Shoe Service, Dakota City. Open Tuesday through Saturday. 1-27-2 R-43-2 YOUR SERVICE CENTER for Cur & Truck Alignment Motor tune Up Wheel Balancing W4H CO-OP OIL CO. Phone 332-2782 Hwy. 169 Humboldt Behlen is Corn-growers Favorite Drying Tank. High air flow - simple - long life - No gimmicks needed to make it work. Taylor Implement and Const. > Co. Algona. Iowa WELL DRILLING AND PUMP REPAIR Goulds Submersible Pumps ' and Monitor Pltleii Units MARTIN WELL COMPANY PHONE 332-3585 DAKOTA CITY Full time mechanic 104 with 40 years ol experience. Parts and repair of all makes and model of snowmobiles, motor cycles and small gas engines. FOLEYS 8PORTCENTER Federal Land Bank Loan Services Glen E. Yates Manager West on Across from Fort Museum Fort Dodge, Iowa ME 3 - CARD OF T 5 - NOTICES 7-PERSONALS 9 • LOST AND F • INSTRU rpe stre. Rent electric $1. Martin.and s Interiors, Humboldt. 316, ' • R-20-1 GOODT( TRAVEL BUSINESS WANT ADS The second most looked at features around HOMES FO*R SALE HOMES r^OR SALE NOTICES Notice I have moved by State Farm Insurance office from my home at 41 Rainbow Drive to the south one-half of Dr. Dunscombe's dentist office building. The address at the new office is 10 No. 3rd, Humboldt. I am also happy to announce an experienced agent whose name is Arlee Waring will share this office with me and service part of my present policyholders. The office -phone number will be 332-2210 which was my original home and office number. • Melvin R. Bailey State Farm Ins. Co's Home for Sale From our list of very fine homes we offer thi§ one story, three bedroom home. Large kitchen with ample cupboard space and dining area. Large living room with fireplace. The basement is dry and has a partially completed recreation room. A large screened porch offers many hours of outdoor living. All of this for the price of just $23,900. Smith Realty and Insurance Phone 332-1071 Warren H. FARMS FOR SALE FARMS FOR SALE Merland Cody Form for Sale i 104 acres north of High School. Ideal development site. Some tillable, some timber. 1000 feet of river shore line. Opportunity to invest in the future of Humboldt. Yours for Sitter Housing Dick Stephen 332-2867 Merlyn J- Pollock Phone 332-1642 5th and Broadway Humboldt Darrell Rusher Home South Humboldt IMMEDIATE POSSESSION Nice three bedroom ranch style home. Fully carpeted built-in stove and oven, finished and carpeted family room downstairs. Covered patio, two ear nitce. Owner leaving town. Call Today Worthington Insurance and Real Estate Located at the corner of Sumner and Taft Phone 332-3326 The Hospital Boicd of Trustees will accept proposal! covering the Insurance program at lh« Humboldt Courtly Memorial Hospital for the three yea? period beginning 4/l/?4. A detailed HsiInK of the coverage* desired !» available tit the hospital administrator's office. Bids ire 1 to be submitted to the hospital administrator and will be opened at the regular Mirth mMtlng of the Trustees, March 8th, 1874, ti30 P.M., at the .hospital, Any additional Information can be obtained thfu Mr. Shouse, administrator, Earl Johnson, Secretary I-26-2 NOTICE OP PROBATE OF WILL, OF APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTOR, AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS Probate No. 58496174 IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF IOWA IN AND FOR HUMBOLDTCOUNTY In thp matter of the estate of Harry LeRoy Cronk, Deceased. To nil persons Interested in the estate of Harry LeRoy Cronk, You are hereby notified that on the 2nd dny of January, 1974, the last will anri toslnment of Harry I.eRoy Cronk, LEGAL NOTICES deceased, bearing date of the 25th day of May, 1973, was admitted lo probate Hi the above named court and lhat Donald M. Cronk was appointed executor of said estate. Notice Is further given that any action to set aside said will must be brought In the district court Of said county within one year from the date of the second publication of ihis notice, or thereafter be forever barred. Notice Is further given that ill persons indebted to said estate are requested to make Immediate payment to the undersigned, and creditors having claims against said estate shall file them with the clerk of the above named district court, as provided by law, duly authenticated, for allowance; and unless so filed within six months from the second publication of this notice (unless otherwise allowed or paid) such claim shall thereafter be forever barred. Dated this 2nd day of January, 1974, Dojiald M. Cronk Executor of said Estate 16 Rainbow Drive Humboldt, Iowa 60S48 Jaqua & Mansfield Attorneys for said Executor Humboldt, Iowa S0648 Date of second publication twelfth day of January, 1974. 1-27-2 Locals Hold final rites for Abner Rhodes Jan. 5 Services for Abner Rhodes, 81, will be at 2 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 5, in Oak Hill Baptist Church with burial in North Lawn Cemetery, Fort Dodge. Lindhart Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. Surviving are a son, Dale, Humboldt; daughters: Mrs. Leo Kuehnast, Mrs. Roy Kuehnast, and Mrs. Orville Knudson, Humboldt; Mrs. Nathan Johnson, Sycamore, 111.; seven grandchildren; five great-grandchildren; and a sister, Mrs. George McHenry, Worthington, Ind. Abner Rhodes was born in Indiana and was reared and educated there. In 1917 he married Ethel Blanton and they farmed near Gilmore City until 1936 when they moved to Dakota City where Mr. Rhodes was employed by Farmer's Elevator and later Miller's Elevator. He retired in 1967. He has been a resident of Humboldt Care Center South for about six years. Officiating at last rites will be the Rev. Henry Nelson. Casket bearers are Stanley Fowler, John Basore, Wayne Miller, Alva Maassen, Wallace Hansen and Ralph Schulze. Special music will be in charge of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Nelson, accompanied by organist Mrs. Silas Fevold. Floral arrangements are in charge of Mrs. Janet Craig, Mrs. Darrell Black and Mrs. Harvey Nelson. Gordon Hanisch and, Silas Fevold will usher. Debbie Chaudoin attended a pre-Christmas dinner in the Keith Baessler home at Renwick Friday evening) Dec, 21. Other guests were their sons, Mike and Tom and Mark Wanken, Renwick, Jody Wanken, Whittemore, Mrs. Paul Wanken and daughter, Hardy, Mr. and Mrs. Rich Baessler and daughter, Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Randy Palmer, and Mr. and Mrs. Rick Palmer, all of Renwick. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Chaudoin, Debbie and Jacques, Humboldt, and Mark Wanken, Renwick, were Christmas dinner guests in the Burrell Smith home at Livermore. Later Debbie Chaudoin and Mark Wanken spent the evening with his parents at Renwick. Marc Burkhart came to Humboldt Saturday, Dec. 22 from Morningside College to spend a few days, including Christmas, at the home of his parents, the William Burk- harts. Thursday his parents and brother, Greg, took him to Kansas City, Mo., where he attended the National Convention of the "Blue Key Honor Society". Sunday he flew to New York City to attend a United Nations seminar for two weeks. He will receive two hours college credit for attending this seminar. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Jensen and sons, New Hampton, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Jensen and son, Vienna, Va., and Richard Jensen, Rockwell City, spent several days with their mother, Mrs. Ella Jensen, during the holiday season including Christmas Eve and Christmas Day. While here they visited briefly with Mr. and Mrs. Albin Ackerson and the Rev. Merlin Ackerson family in the William Burkhart home. Schedule Jan. 5 rites for Grant Hardy Services for Grant Willett, 88, Dakota City, will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday, Jan. 5, in Our Saviour's Lutheran Church with burial in Indian Mound Cemetery. Lindhart Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. Surviving are the widow, Luella; a son, Irel G., Gilmore City; three grandchildren; three great-grandchildren; a brother, Harold, Jefferson; and a sister, Mrs. Virgie Elliott. Fort Dodge. Grant Willett was born at Carthage, Mo.; and moved with his parents to a farm east of Manson as a child. He married Luella Smothers in 1911 at Fort Dodge and they farmed northeast of Manson a few years, then moved to the Humboldt-Gilmore City area. In 1948 they moved to Dakota City where Mr. Willett drove a school bus and also maintained the Humboldt Schools athletic field. He also worked as a maintenance man for Iowa Public Service. For many years Mr. Willett played in bands and dance groups in the area. Pastors G. D. A. Engelhardt and Paul Otto will officiate at final rites. Casket bearers will be Ivan Lautenschlager, Cecil Hewitt, Marvin Berhow, Laurel Knoedler, Kenneth Gustafson and Gary Doyle. Special music will be rendered by Gerald Christensen, soloist, accompanied at the organ by Mrs. Stephen Loftus. Floral arrangements are in charge of Mrs. Eilert Sampson and Mrs. Earl Carlson. R. A. Skaugstad and Eilert Sampson will usher. Mr. and Mrs. David Rasmussen, Randy and Jerry, New Hampton, came Friday to spend Christmas in the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. 'Howard Rasmussen, and returned home Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Schipull and family attended a pre-Christmas dinner Sunday in the home of his brother, Otto Schipull and family, Algona. Mrs. Ellen Speich and Edwin, Ottosen, and Miss Ruth Speich, Ames, were Christmas Day guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Walter. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Reichter and Deanna attended a family gathering Christmas Day in the home of her grandparents. Services Hold Jan. 4 rites for set for Bernadine Taylor, 49 Miss Morse Services for Mrs. Bernadine Taylor, 49, Livermore, will be held Jan. 4 in Livermore United Methodist Church, with Wilson Funeral Home in charge. Mrs. Taylor died Jan. 1 in Humboldt County Memorial Hospital where she had been a patient since June. Surviving are two daughters: Paul Rae and Penny Lou, both at home; one brother, Truman Staecker, Des Moines; eight sisters; Mrs. Persing (lola) Christensen, Hayfield, Minn.; Mrs. Carl (Bernice) Pontiouf, Fort Dodge; Mrs. Eugene (La Velle) Hudson, Calendar; Mrs. Harold (Violet) Graves, Burnside; Mrs. Richard (Olive) Wilson, Garden Grove, Calif.; Mrs. Holland (Ila Fay) Lau, Farnhamville; Mrs. Larry (Connie) Stevens, Garden Grove, Calif.; and Mrs. Neville (Rose Ann) Holback, Fort Dodge. Plan Monday rites for Mrs. James A. Olson Funeral services for Mrs. James. A. Olson, 80, will be held Monday, 2 p.m., in Our Saviour's Lutheran Church with burial in Indian Mound Cemetery. Mrs. Olson died in Trinity Regional Hospital West, Fort Dodge, Thursday evening. Survivors include the widower, James A. Olson, Humboldt; three sons: Donald and Howard, both of Humboldt, and Eugene, Ames; six grandchildren; three brothers: Arthur Bjelland, John Bjelland and Ernest Bjelland, all Lake Mills; and two Services will be 10:30 a.m. Monday in Lindhart Funeral Home for Miss Alice Morse, 64, Humboldt. Miss Morse died at Humboldt Care Center South early Friday morning. Survivors include brothers, Perry, Humboldt; and Darrell, California; and sister, Mrs. Orrin Thatcher, Chicago, Miss Morse was born in Weaver Township. She was graduated from Humboldt High School and taught in Humboldt County rural schools. sisters, Mrs. Vernon Nystuen, Northwood, and Mrs. Homer Ludvig, Lake Mills. Mrs. Olson was born in Corinth Township and was reared and educated there. She married James A. Olson in 1919 and the couple farmed in Corinth Township until 1944 when they retired and moved to Humboldt. Mrs. Olson was a member of Our Saviour's Lutheran Church and the American Legion Auxiliary.
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