The Humboldt Independent from Humboldt, Iowa on February 2, 1974 · Page 3
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To celebrate 40th anniversary Mr. and Mrs, James Gllligan will be honored on the occasion of their 40th wedding anniversary with an open house Saturday, Feb. 16, in Sacred Heart Church, Livermore, from 2 to 4:30 p.m. Following the open house there will be a mass said at 6 p.m. for their intentions. A free dance will be held at Livermore Ballroom at 9 p.m., sponsored by their children: Mrs. Fred [Regina] Madison, Eagle Grove; Michael, Riverside, Calif.; Patrick, Cheyenne, Wyo.; Mrs. Dennis [Mary] Armstrong, Algona; Paul, Omaha, Neb.; Mrs. James [Kathleen] Jewel* Goldfield; and Mrs. James [Teresa] Baer, Algona. They have 29 grandchildren. No invitations are being sent and the public is invited to attend. The couple was married in St. John's Catholic Church, Gilmore City, Feb. 6, 1934. Gilmore City-Bradgate releases honor roll Sixty-nine junior and senior high school students of Gilmore City-Bradgate have attained the honor roll for the second nine weeks of school, according to principal Ell Fredin. A student must maintain a "B" or 3. average ' to be eligible for the honor roll. An * after the student's name indicates that student is carrying five subjects. Honor students are: SENIORS Dixie Monson, 4.; Deanne Ricklefs, 4.; Richard Smith, 4.; Sandy Davis. 3.915; Terri Hartmann, 3.665; Mike Torkelson, 3.662; Linda Hutchinson, 3.582; Steve Goodrich, 3.580; Lynn Nielsen, 3.580; Anita Lanning,, 3.500; Barb Wiemers, 3.497; Jane Benjamin 1 *', 3.466; Pam Landmesser. 3.080; Denise Peterson, 3. JUNIORS Carol Johnson*, 4.; Mike Kirby, 4.; Mary Jean Stein*, 3.864; Dale Benjamin, 3.747; Andy Claussen, 3.582; Kirk Pisel, 3.582; Mary Stamper*, 3.264; Bob Lynch, 3.249; Judy Fisher, 3.165; Vicky Nielsen, 3.077. SOPHOMORES Sandy Nielsen*, 3.730; Becky Torkelson*. 3.664; Terry Smith, 3.330; Bill Wurch*. 3.330; Tary Fredin, 3.247; Dana Lanning, 3.247; Shelly Junkmann*. 3.196; Paul Dayton, 3.162; Diane Higgins, 3.162; Trudy Heggen, 3.110; Ray McCabe*. 3.064; Diane Kleen, 3. FRESHMEN Cindy Hartmann*, 3.932; Raymon Benjamin, 3.662; Diane Wiemers*, 3.530; Steve Dunn, 3,497; John Fisher, 3.495; Rick Day, 3.415; Susan Pierce, 3.330; Byron Johnson, 3.162; Tony Dailey, 3.080; Tammy Lanning, 3.; Jane Stein, 3. EIGHTH GRADE Mary Fisher, 3.760; Karen Kleen, 3.760; Rocky Tubbs, 3.760; Dennis Kleen, 3.471; Jackie Torkelson, 3.427; Tom DeWall, 3.330; Terri Heggen, 3.330; Janet Peters, 3.234; Connie Lynch, 3.187; Shelly Benjamin, 3. SEVENTH GRADE J'ne Day, 3.902; Ardene Whittlesey, 3.758; Pam Thompson, 3.708; Janet Kleen, 3.615; Rachel Benjamin, 3.521; Jacque Nelson, 3.427; Kirk Whitmer, 3.331; Bill Dodd, 3.330; Lori Edler, 3.281; Steve Behrendsen, 3.235; Jean Carman, 3.188; David Higgins, 3.090. Olsons end Brazil trip BODE—Stanley E. Olson and son, Skip, returned last week from a Saladmaster Co. trip to Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. The Olsons flew to Miami and spent several days there. A group of 150 Saladmaster employees left the Miami airport on a chartered plane for the nine hour trip to 77c each Top 30 Hits i. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11, 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. YOU'RE SIXTEEN LET ME BE THERE AMERICANS THE WAY WE WERE LOVE'S THEME SMOKIN' IN THE BOY'S ROOM LOVE SONG THEJOKER HEARTBREAKER TIME IN A BOTTLE JIM DANDY ARE YOU LONESOME TONIGHT MIDNIGHT RIDER I SHALL SING LEAVE ME ALONE WALK LIKE A MAN THE MOST BEAUTIFUL GIRL TOP OF THE WORLD GOODBYE YELLOW BRICK ROAD DARK LADY HELEN WHEELS ABRA-CA-DABRA LAST TIME I SAW HIM WHY ME HEARTBEAT-IT'S A LOVE BEAT HELLO IT'S ME AMERICAN TUNE SEASONS IN THE SUN SUNSHINE TEENAGE LAMENT '74 Ringo Starr Olivia Newton John Byron MacGregor Barbra Streisand Love Unlimited Orch. Brownsville Station Anne Murray Steve Miller Band Rolling Stones Jim Croce Black Oak Donny Osmond Gregg Allman Garfunkel Helen Reddy Grand Funk Railroad Charlie Rich Carpenters Elton John Cher Paul McCartney/Wings Rony DeFranco & Fam. Diana Ross Kris Kristofferson The DeFranco Family Todd Rundgren Paul Simon Terry Jacks Cliff DeYoung Alice Cooper Listen to KHBT 97.7 on your dial for Top 30 countdown on Sunday, Feb. 3, 1974 from 8 to 10 p.m. & BOOK NOOK 6/7 SUMMER AVENUE Humboldt » Phone 332,4605 Brafcil. The group stayed irt Rib de Janeiro and toured a numbef of points of Interest, hi the area, they went by bus en narrow, winding; mountain roads to a high place in the mountains, then by trams to the top of the mountain to view the Statue of Christ which overlooks the whole valley. The Olsons were gone 10 days. Skip attends Eagle Grove Junior College. Mr. and Mrs. Denny Kissinger and Jason spent the weekend in the Tommy Kissinger home' and the Ronald Olsons, and returned to their home in Shakopee, Minn., Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Christiansen attended a post-nuptial shower in Rockwell City Sunday for his niece, daughter of the Emery Christian- sens of Rockwell City. The shower, in honor of Mrs. Gerald Hinz of Carroll, was held in the home of her parents. Mrs. Leo Christiansen was observing her birthday Sunday and received birthday calls from her son and wife, the Wayne Chris- tiansens in Iowa City, and from Gary Christiansen at York, Neb. Lee Ann Christiansen, a student at Eagle Grove Junior College, was home for the weekend, and her friend, Mark Nelson, also a Junior College student from Britt, visited in the Christiansen home Sunday. Andy Olson celebrated his 84th birthday Sunday and a number of relatives and friends spent the afternoon in his home, bringing cakes, homemade ice „ cream, and other goodies for the birthday' party. Among out of town guests were Mr. and Mrs. Ted Underberg and Mrs. Mathilda Anderson, Fort Dodge, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Chapman, Eagle Grove, and f Mr. and Mfs. Rudy Olsftftfo Gilmore City. Mrs. Frb$lfc ! -fMarie) Olson, Bode, wiS afitt celebrating her birthday that day and Was a guest. AniW&lson's birthday was Jan. 29: Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Olsofi planned to leave Jan. 30 f6f an extended vacation at McAllen, Tex. Mf. and Mrs. Walter Anderson, Woden, were Sunday evening supper guests in the Burtott Rood home. A number of friends were guests iri ih'e Burton Rood home Friday to help Mrs. Rood Celebrate her birthday. Set doss to \ help control auto pollution! Two courses in Auto Emissions Control will be offered • by Iowa Lakes Community College in coordination with the Iowa i Employment Service. Two separate . Classes will be scheduled; each with 15 students. One' class will meet from 7 to 10 p.m. on Monday and Wednesday evenings, starting Feb. 4 and ending March 20. The other class will meet from 7 to 10 p.m. on Tuesday and Thursday evenings, starting on Feb. 5 and ending March 21. The pf ogram is designed to be of particular interest and benefit to mechanics, service managers, independent garage and service station owners and operators, and fleet operators. The training is federally funded under the Manpower Development and Training Act, thus there is no cost to students in the classes. The Employment Service selects the trainees, following federal guidelines, and Iowa Lakes Community College provides the training. Selection Will be limited to JO students. Upon completion of the course, the trainees will be equipped to identify the causes and danger of pollution, to relate the governmental rules and regulations concerning auto emissions to the mechanical repair field in which they work, and to properly service and maintain auto emissions control sys- Saturday, Feb. 2, 19?4,, tems as related to the ignition and carburation system Applications or requests for information may be addressed to Department of Adult and Continuing Education, Iowa Lakes Community College, Estherville, telephone (712) 362-7231; or Iowa Employment Service, 112 W 6th St., Spencer, telephone (712) 262-197). made a busifiis Itfp tofW bodge f hursday, Mrs. Lawrence Nielsen visited Wednesday aftern&oti in the home of Mr». Anfta Potter. Mrs. Florence firayton ~ visited Sunday a e'vehing in the" Annie ' Mrs. Bill watkrter Saturday in the" home mother, Mrs. Lucy Eagle Grove. rpfent 61 her Hardy Mr. and Mrs. August Olson YOUR PHARMACY AND YOU! Cit an DIRECTORY Is your pharmacy more than just another store that you shop in? We believe it should be for when you select someone to assist you in matters pertaining to your or your family's good health, it involves a special trust. The professional pharmacy services we offer are designed with the ultimate aim of earning your trust and confidence. When you enter our store or phone in we sincerely want you to feel that you are talking to people who care about you. Stop in soon and let us show you what we believe pharmacy service should be. YOU OR YOUR DOCTOR CAN PHONE US when you need a delivery. We will deliver promptly without extra charge. A great many people rely on us for their health needs. We welcome requests for delivery service and charge accounts. DOWNTOWN «M«e 332-12-46 -DOCTORSLPARK DRIVE-UP WINDOW \ 332-3421 DR. E. P. HANSEN Optometrist 9 to 12,1 to 5 Daily Friday evening? to 9 Closed Thursday Afternoon Phono 332-2281-Humboldt WARREN H. SMITH, BROKER Real Estate-Insurance Farm Loans Telephone 332-1071 Across CromHumotaTheatre OLSON ABSTRACT CO. Enid S. Day Phone 332-1593 - Humboldt DR. K.G. PRIDE Chiropractor Of. Ph. 332-1504 House Calls Of. Hours: 9-12, 1-5 Daily Evenings: 7-9:30 Tues.&Fri. No Office Hours Saturday Neurocalometer & X-Ray Service No.2-3rdSt.North-Humboldt S1SSON CARE CENTRE "Where caring makes the difference" 24-Hour Nursing Service Phone 332-1525-Humboldt BEN MILLER Loans Insurance Legion Building Phone 332-3812 DR. DAVID W. HOYT Chiropractor '"'• Closed Thursdays Office 332-2755 Home 332-2660 405 Sumner, Humboldt Hours 9-12 a.m. -1:30-6 p.m. RODNEY B. AMLIE :'. Banker-Financial Specialist RFD 1, Humholdt Phone 332-1083 Representing ,_ The Farmers National Bank;! Webster City J Commercial State Bank, Pocahontas Buy 'em Saturday at these prices. Buy 'em Saturday at these prices. U.S.D.A. Choice Beef Roast 7 Bone Star Kist Tuna U.S.D.A. Choice Chuck Steak Ib. Flavorful & Economical Hy-Vee Potato Chips Bag or Box Ore Ida Frozen Hash Browns 2 Lb. Bog Hy-Vee Noodles 12 Oz. Bag CtH Brown or Powdered Sugar Lb. Box The Soup is on at Hy Bean & Bacon, Beef Noodle, Chicken Gumbo/ Veg. Beef, Chicken Veg. * Chicken Noodle, Turkey Noodle, Chicken Rice, Cream of Mushroom Old Fashion Veg. CLIP THIS COUPON CLIP THIS COUPON In the pattern of your choice I COUPON GOOD THRU j Fab. 6 r 1974 CLIP THIS COUPON I THE PURCHASE OF THII j CHINA SERVICE PIECE SPECIAL CREAMER Our Reg. Discount Prlc*.. .13.99 I Coupon Saving* .• 1.00 j Your Price (with coupon) $2.991 000 I r C-13985 GOLD MEDAL FLOUR 5-lb. BAG With coupon Salal Tax Paid on prlca without coupon. 81* Good *»»u F< ^Hr 012 |PG-9117 - A (risco $ — 48 oz. BOTTLE With coupon SJl.l Tax Paid on prlc. without coupon: $1.44 CLIP THIS COUPON I Good thru I Feb. 5 I 12oz.BOX With coupon SaMl Tax Paid on prlca without coupon: 49f 015 Good thru Feb. 5 Employee owned We sell money orders and postage stamps. Hy-Vee Your Convenience Store COUPON 100 FREE REGAI STAMPS NAME With $ 3°° or more purchase Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Feb. 3, 4 and 5

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