The Humboldt Independent from Humboldt, Iowa on February 9, 1974 · Page 5
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The Humboldt Independent from Humboldt, Iowa · Page 5

Humboldt, Iowa
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Saturday, February 9, 1974
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dorm award Ottosen coeds Marck Halsrud and Kim Struthers were the last two girls to tip in the Waldorf College portion of a recent blood drive in Forest City. The college ran a contest between the girls dorm, Ormseth Mall and Johnson-London Hall, a boys dorm, with the girls taking the plaque. Miss Halsrud and Kim Struthers received the award on behalf of their dorm after their slgning-up gave e title to Ormseth. sign Area residents attend musical at Fort Dodge fcRENWICK-Saturday evening Mr. and Mrs. Harold iJrask, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Earl P&irtin and Mr. and Mrs. Beryl Reichter, Goldfield, attended the Fort Dodge (Svic Glee Club and Orchestra Musical of 1974 in the South itigh School, Fort Dodge. I Mr. and Mrs. Sam Werstein vjfere dinner guests in the Home of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin IJaugland, Eagle Grove, Sunday. I Mrs. Mary McPeak, Mrs. 4nna'Baumgartner and Mrs. $nna Krause were guests in Ijhc home of Mrs. Elizabeth Ijjlassi Wednesday evening. j; Saturday afternoon guests i£ the home of Mrs. Elizabeth I£lassi were Mrs. Victor IJademaker, and Mrs. Ber- ijard Wolf, Humboldt, and I^trs. Grant Chapman, Bel- {nond. bara Relling. Friday afternoon Mr. and Mrs.JPaul Altman, Humboldt, visited in the home of Mrs. Barbara KeMingi Bargaining (Continued from Page 1) or appointed officials, board members, confidential employees, part-time help, temporary employees, National Guard, judges and court employees, etc. Also not covered are supervisory personnel. Governmental Affairs Chairmen Ed Bakker and Doug Lindaman were in Des Moines, Thursday evening, to attend a dinner sponsored by ISEA for northwest Iowa legislators. The dinner was an attempt to familiarize the , , poison Albert, were Mr. and Mrs. Nelson, Mrs. Anna and Mrs. Bar- of the teachers in their districts. "Although there is a great deal of opposition to the bill as currently stated, teachers would be very disappointed if SF 531 were weakened with amendments," said Cal Muller, HEA president. Muller pointed out the bill is the kind of legislation which "provides a formal method of resolving differences" and "is badly needed in the state." "Many people who oppose the bill probably do not understand the true provisions of it," Muller said. "Any fears relating to such things as strikes are unfounded." The bill does not allow for teachers or any Iowa public employee group to go out on strike. Firm measures have been written in the bill to prevent crippling school strikes such as those which have plagued some Eastern cities. Humboldt Community Board of Education members took a public stand earlier this year against the bill citing the 'adversary relationship" they believe collective bargaining, "by its very nature," creates. The board disagrees_with the use of outside representatives by the employees and employers for the settlement of an issue and claims the bill PflffOI nOflOfl to Wendy Otto Wohd.V Otto, ft melmbef of i he Tit ft Srhoul Safety Pafrftf, has In-oft selected ns the' outstanding patfolmnn fdf thfc month of Jnniiary, The patfftl lletitonnnts sefectetJ MlSS OU6 ns Inf mefnfief wftyffi they feel best exemplifies the type of [endefship, atlentioft td duty, and nleftneSi expected of patrol members; As one of the hortors, she will wear & gold badge oft hef patrol bolt during the month of February. Hef rtame will also be inscribed oh the Gdld RMge of the Month Award Banner displayed at Ta'ft. . ' •She Is the daughter of the. Ri-v, and Mrs, Paul Otto. could "eventually lead to decisions being made by non-interested and impartial arbitrators," according to the board's unanimous , public statement. "In the past and at present the local board has enjoyed a productive relationship with the school district employees," the statement said. "We do not feel that legalized collective bargaining, with all its ramifications would be beneficial to employer, employee, and most important to the youth of this community whose interest is the sole reason for our existence." HEA leader Muller said, "This is a very important issue and whatever position the public takes must be based on a true understanding of the bill." Muller indicated "teachers are appreciative of the measures taken by HUMBOLDT NEWSPAPERS to . explain the bill to the public." (A more definitive study of SF 531 appeared in the REPUBLICAN, Jan. 16)—Linehan. lunchroom /Menu Humboldt Community School District Feb. 11-15,1974 MONDAY Barbeque beefburgers, pickles, sliced carrots, chocolate cake with whipped topping and milk. TUESDAY Tuna-noodlesrsunshine salad, sandwiches, Lincoln logs and milk. WEDNESDAY Chili, crackers, relishes. Wendy Otto corn bread, butter and jelly, applesauce and milk. THURSDAY Happy Valentine's Day Escalloped potatoes and ham, cole slaw, sandwiches, Valentine's cake and milk. FRIDAY Vegetable beef stew, tossed salad, hot rolls, butter, pineapple, cottage cheese and milk. Ottosen OTTOSErt-.Mr. and Mrs. Lester Wehrspann and Roger and Mr. and* Mrs. Melvin Bratland attended the Sunday afternoon 35th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Naefke, Badger. Mrs. Richard Bakken and Cindy attended a Sunday bridal shower for cousin, Diane Flaherty at Sacred Heart, Pocahontas. The Bakken family Jwere supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Flaherty. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Schoon and Michael, Algona, were Sunday afternoon visitors, of the Mike Coyles. , " , ' the roof for no money 11 •' ' ''•'.';•'• .'• • -m-'-. 74 Plymouth Gold Duitsr Here's what I mean: Plymouth Gold Duster... What I mean is, if you buy my Gold Ouster with good stuff like whitewalls, wheel covers, good lookin 1 stripes, vinyitrim, and extra insulation, then we can give you the canopy vinyl roof at no extra charge!'Cause that's how we get'em, too. So come on in, and tell 'em you want to see the Superstar Mary Jean car with the roof that's on the house... I mean on the car... I mean the free one... oh, they'll know what you mean. AUTHOMUID OlALtH See us now for eight great small car buys from Plymouth. Bob Mickey Motors Hwy. 169 North Smith-Corona introduces the 3-second ribbon change. Time it yourself on our new cartridge ribbon typewriter. First it will amaze you.Then it will impress you. The amazing part is that we succeeded in putting a typewriter ribbon in a cartridge for the quickest, simplest typewriter ribbon change imaginable. Also, the cleanest. The impressive part is that Coronamatic™ Ribbon Cartridges come in nylon and carbon film (the kind usually available only with expensive office typewriters). So in the same 3 seconds it takes to change a cartridge, you can now change to carbon film for typing that looks like printing. STANDARD NYLON ribbon CARBON FILM ribbon It's like having two typewriters in one. One for day-to-day use. One for more professional-looking correspondence or reports. CORRECTION RIBBON And in case you make a mistake, we put a / 1 Mj JP correction ribbon in a Coronamatic cartridge 4fcJUB^^S| so Y° u can correct errors, in seconds. ^^^^^^^^i We also put an assortment of colors into the cartridges—so you can add a Attic (or a lot of) color to your typing if you feel like it. Smith-Corona's new cartridge ribbon typewriters. In electric portable and office models. Now you have a lot of reasons to want to change typewriter ribbons. SMITH-CORONA SCM CORPORATION Humboldt Printing Co.

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