The Humboldt Independent from Humboldt, Iowa on February 23, 1974 · Page 1
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The Humboldt Independent from Humboldt, Iowa · Page 1

Humboldt, Iowa
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Saturday, February 23, 1974
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s . Ml. Tomaiko of marketing Linda ft. fSffittto, 1$, of tftfc W, H 4 (Jitarwe City, his d bfrectef »f tyitol Federal Savings, accofdiftg w Pfe& dent Bin Hiner. Ms, fefflaskb will coordinate and difeet all marketing ftfld research activities tof Capitol's seven offices In Metfo Denver, Seoldef and Cdlefftdo Springs. ,A 1966 OC-B gtad and a C6fiifflifnleatl6ns major from the University of Colorado, Ms. Totrmsko has (Our year's experience In the savings and loah industry and was an assistant account executive at Colle A McVoy Advertising Agency before joining Capitol Federal Savings. She is a Llfld* public relations Instructor for the Denver Chapter of the American Savings & Loan Institute and past winner of state and national honors in Savings Institute speech contests. She has been a Colorado resident for six years. Gilligans observe 40th anniversary communities iw pToSfams, aimed .at trembled lowans before difficulties reach a crisis Sttge. Mrs. LeRoy JofpftSett of Muftiboldt is the organization's Advisot for Mumboldt Cdtinty. Seminar on shoplifting, bad checks On Thursday, Feb. 28, a "Shoplifting and Bad Checks Seminar" will be held at the Holiday Inn, Fort Dodge, this seminar is being co-sponsored by the Adult and Continuing Education Division of Iowa Central Community College, the Fort Dodge Chamber of Commerce, ahd the Small Business Administration. Professor Richard L. Hoi- comb, Director of the Bureau of Police Science, University of Iowa, will be the principal speaker. Professor Holcomb has held this position since 1949. Gary Knudsons to return fa HARDY-Patrick Gillian, Cheyenne, Wyo., came to attend the open house for his parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Gilligan, on the occasion of their 40th wedding anniversary held in Sacred Heart Church, Livermore, Saturday afternoon. Gilligan stayed in the home of his mother-in- law, Mrs. Lillian Brayton. Mr. and Mrs. John Thompson, Preston, Minn., came Saturday afternoon and stayed oVernight in the home of her mother, Mrs. Lillian Brayton, and returned home Sunday. They came to attend the dance at Livermore Saturday evening given by Mr. and Mrs. James Gilligan in honor of their 40th anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Meyers, Jeri Lyn and Stacy, Lu Verne, and Mr. and Mrs. Dale Reichter, Kanawha, were Sunday guests in the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Meyers, in honor of Cheryl Meyers' birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Thompson, Ridgeway, were overnight guests Saturday in the home of their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. George Mark- i5? an> »;u&&£.u rfetyrfieU home Sunday. They came t« attend the dance at Livermore Saturday evening given by Mr. and Mrs. James Gillligan of Lu Verne in honor of their 40th wedding anniversary. They also attended the reception for the Gilligans held in Sacred Heart Catholic Church, Livermore, Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Gilligan and Aaron, Omaha, Neb.. visited Sunday evening in the parental Fred Bottin home. They came to attend the reception in Sacred Heart Catholic Church, Livermore, Saturday honoring the 40lh wedding anniversary of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Gilligan, Lu Verne. ICFS thanks area groups for fund aid Sister of Mrs. Harold Bayse dies Feb. 14 Mrs. Shirley Schafer, 50, of Waterloo, died Thursday at University Hospitals, Iowa City, following an extended illness of cancer. She is a sister of Harold (Juanita) Bayse of Humboldt. Surviving are a daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Bergman, Detroit Lakes, Minn.; one grandson, Aaron Bergman; one brother, Bud Hills, Santa Ana, Calif.; and three sisters, Mrs. A. M. Romoser, Hemit, Calif.; Mrs. Ken Walsh, Waterloo; and Mrs. Bayse. Her parents, Aaron and Florence Hills of West Union, preceded her in death. In behalf of children throughout the state, Iowa Children's and Family Services (ICFS) thanks residents of this area who support the organization's work through the Beaver Community Fund Drive, Corinth Community Fund, Dakota-City Community Fund,.and a-committee in Humboldti HeaBe* % Mrs. George SJBson. « * ' •& -•• Some parents are not able to give their children the care and guidance children must have to grow into independent adults. For this reason, they are often removed from their natural parents by the courts. Adoptive homes were found for some of the children. Some however, are so damaged by early childhood experiences that it takes them a long time to learn to trust people and get along with them. Until adoptive parents can be found who can accept such an upsetting child in their home, Iowa Children's and Family Services is responsible for seeing that he or she gets constructive foster care and the professional help she or he must have. The cost of providing help to many children is paid for by the courts or departments of social services. When no one accepts the responsibility for a child, the money to pay the expense must come from gifts such as those given by the Humboldt County contributors. Such gifts also help pay for assistance to families in turmoil and those involved in problem pregnancies. In addition, contributions enable the organization to assist Appearing on the program with Professor Holcomb will be: William Lamb, Fort Dodge Chief of Police; Ralph Brust, Manager of the Fort Dodge Penney's Store; Robert Broch, Manager of the Fort Dodge Target Store; a representative from the Fort Dodge Magistrates' Office, and a representative from the Webster County Attorney's Office. Moderators for the seminar will be Tom Pingel, Personnel Manager at the First National Bank, Fort Dodge, and Jim Klisnet, Manager of the Crossroads Woolworth Store, Fort Dodge. Registration is from 8:30 to 9 a.m. The seminar will conclude with a luncheon at 12:30 p.m. The fee is $5, which includes the coffee break and the noon luncheon. To pre-register for this seminar, please call the Adult Education Office of Iowa Central Community College at (515) 573-3991 or 576-7203. .. Gary Knudson and Chiyoko returned to Colorado Springs recently after visiting at the home of his parents/the Jake Knudsons. Staff Sgt. Knudson has returned to Japan where he will be stationed for Several years as a Payroll Specialist Mrs. Knudson and daughter will join them there soon. Mrs. Knudson's parents live in Japan, so she will be returning to her former home. She was a interpreter at the American Embassy when Kundson met her. Mrs. Hilda Lansing celebrated her birthday recently and on Sunday the Richard Thompsons' of Forest City, and Mrs. Don Blair, Hum- bpldt, were her guests. Monday guests for coffee were Gladys Rolland, Cleo GullLxson, Francic Oppedahl and Tim Rolland. Mr. and Mrs. Mel Bratland and the Jerry Ostrums, Humboldt, were guests at the Doug Kading home in Fort Dodge Saturday evening to honor Doug Kading's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Kadihg, Fenton, on their 30th wedding anniversary. Mrs. Kading is the former Gladys Bratland. Sb&tm tfstfww, Huftifeoldt, I* • cfcfebwitifft her "toth birthday Fet. 19, and ttef gfandp8rfMttr» Meivift Bfat- lands, wilt-Jte evening dinner guests atthie Ostrum home In Humboldti. ' Mr. and Mrs. Mike Hinz of rural Lii Verne will be oteervinf tMHr 65th wedding anniversary- Feb. 28. Mrs. Melvin Bratland and Mrs. Leo Toftebefg, j&dde, are parents of Mr. an9 Mfs. Mike Hlft2. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald OlSon, Bode, and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Olson, Livertnore, were Sunday evenmg supper guests at the Dtek /Hencly horiie, Algona. MI or vwum And niKrt<«n-wr 4,050 kt $15.00 2-16-Dennis L. Rdob, proper muffler, $lb.6D plus costs. - 2-12-Linda J. shfiber, speeding, $20.00 plus costs. 2-17-Roger D. Lfti>e««e1i, speeding, $20.00 plus Cosk Bridg*A*ftaMO Court Record Small Claims Court Pending: 319-0274 Audubon Lumber Company, Audubon, vs. Gene Lewis, Rutland, on demand of $72.92 plus court costs. Petition filed Feb. 19. Completed: 228-0174 Garrison Ford, Inc., vs. Richard Charlton. Case dismissed Feb. 20. 270-0174 B. F. Michaelson, M. D., vs. Melvin Langfitt and Mrs. Melvin Langfitt. Case dismissed Feb. 20. 281-0274 Alice M. Wood vs. Mento Sanford. Case dismissed Feb. 19. 1-25-Karen A. Walker, Possession of beer as a minor, transferred,to Juvenile Court. 1-25-ConStance D. Moss, Possession and under age, Transferred to juvenile court. 1-25-Pam Anderson, possession of beer as a minor, transferred to juvenile court. 2-8-Lonnie Derrig, assault and battery, transferred to juvenile court. 2-1-Delmor H. Krueken- burg, over weight, $50.74 plus costs. 1-25-Gene L. Wempen, speeding, $20.00 plus costs. 2-7-Keith E. Farnsworth, disobeyed stop sign, $10.00 plus costs. 1-29-Neil/R. Hendrix, defacing building, $5.00 plus costs. 2-12-Harold L. Christensen, No slow moving vehicle sign, $5.00 plus costs. 1-29-Gary Lee Lankford, Defacing a building, $5.00 plus costs. 2-12-Harold M. Lemmon, In ttfe Bridg'A-ftama Ladies Evening, Tournament, Mrs. Clarine Heathman and Mrs. Dana Monaghan had game high of 6,200 for the Jan. 16-31 playing per'iod. Mrs. Lois Dale and Mrs. Velma Lock wood had second high score of 6,520 and Mrs. Donna Bogaard • and Mrs, Dorothy Terwilllger had third high game of 3,400. Monaghan reported two small slams. Mrs. Yvonrte Stearns and Mrs. Mary Jones and Mrs. Dale and Mrs. Lockwood each reported a small slam, reported a small slam. In the Bridg-A-Rama Ladies Evening Tournament Mrs. Lois Dale and Mrs. Velma Lockwood had game high of 4,270 for the Feb. 1-15 playing period. Mrs. Yvonne Stearns and Mrs. Mary Jones had second high score Of 2,730 and Mrs. Florence Ashton and Mrs. Alice Emery had third high game of 2,710. The total high of 32,380 has been scored by Mrs. Dale .and Mrs. Lockwood. Second high total of 23.610 has been scored by Mrs. Madelyn Swearingen and Mrs. Esther Ruble. Third high total of 22,590 has been scored by Mrs. Clarine Heathman and Mrs. Dana Monaghan. No slams were reported. Bridg-A-Rama Ladies Afternoon Tournament has Mrs. Jan Harmon and Mrs. Barb HIM BO LOT EDOVS ARE RIGHT ON TARGET. • - ™ ' ^^^^^m^^ We Cater... Attention Church groups, civic organizations schools and of course people, people, people, be sure and check with us first. ™ THE DODGE DART FREE AUTOMATIC OFFER NO CHARGE FOR THP A,,™.,^":'"' IV * VXI • *-•%. AM radio, light package, whitewall tires deluxe wheel rnJpr? iT' * control mirror, deluxe bumpp r guards t ' ' eft remote ' washers, day/night inside mlrror d itix exterior mouldings, your Dodge Dealer transmission free (because Dodge doesn't see the 74 Da, A u «o™,ic SpJa,, • TRADE-IN VALUE " uSot VlSS?" ' ECONOMY Visit the Colonel — it's a great day for Kentucky Fried Chicken! 332-3043 fKed M«* ...-E DODGE OYS JEE THE DODGE BOYSjjlORMfBUYS IN USED CARS. TOlI lodge A Andersen Motor Co. Inc. iw small slams, .Mfs t Gtorgtas Kltisi ftfla Mfs, MfiXltie fillet &M Mrs. Westphfl! and Mrs. Duirt feaeh reported one Sfftttll slam, "t BfldfrA'ftahll taffies Af- tetmtm TdttMiftnient has Mr*. Cflatmaine >Westphal and MM. Leora Duin with high game of 6,820. Mrs. Susan Moore and Mrs, Beth Smith have second high game scofe of 3,920 and Mrs. Marine Knutson and Mrs. Vivian Perln have third high game score of 3,470 fof the Feb. 146 playing period. Mrs. Jan Harmon and Mrs. Barb McDottough have the total high so far of 42,680 and Mrs. Knutson and Mrs. Perin second high total score of 32,980. Third high total of 26,640 has been scored by Mrs. Marilyn Harklau and Mrs. Isabel Fain. Mrs. Westphal and Mrs. Duin reported a small slam. Couples Evening Tournament for the Jan. 16-31 playing period has Dr. and Mrs. John Eppley with high game score of 4,760 and Mr. and Mrs. Larry Moore with second high game score of 4,640. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Buckner have third high game score of 3,510. Mr. and Mrs, Moore reported a small slam. Couples Evening Tournament for the Feb. 1-15 playing period has Mr. and Mrs. John Westphal with high game score of 3,960 and Dr. and Mrs. Mark Messingham with second high game score of 3,580. Dr. and Mrs. John Eppley have third high game score of 3,410. Total high so far is held by Mr. and Mrs. Westphal with 31,750 points. Total second high is held by Dr. and Mrs. Messingham with 27,940 and third high . ttnd Mrs. Walter Kraft flfld LuArtfi wet e at Clear Lafee gtitiday to help 'Mrs; Predd fifetoiuum observe he? ?8fh birthday lit the Home of hef granddaughter, Mrs. Part Williams. Martha Circle of St. Pauls Lfltheran-A.LCW friet In the Parish House .Wednesday after nooft with nTfie tftemben's present. Mrs. Cledls Anderson, chairman, presided at the meetirig and WAS hostess. Mrs. T. N. Thompson gave the 1 Bible study lesson. Milford McPeak attended the American Legion Convention held in the Fort Des Molnes Hotel. Mr. and Mrs. Marion Huntley entertained Mr. and Mrs. Jay Huntley «fid family and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Berkenes, Kanawha, at a supper in their home Sunday evening honoring the birthdays of Mr. and Mrs. Jay Huntley. ' Sunday afternoon visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Kraft Jr. were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kraft. Sunday evening Mr. and Mrs. Carl Kraft Jr. were guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Zeigler, Kanawha. Sunday afternoon visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Erwin were Mrs. Leno Simpson and Harley Shaffer, Webster City. Visitors in the home of Mrs. Gladys Pearson since her return from the hospital were Marvin Pearson, Norma Wickell, Gladys Kraft, Jan Thomspon, Barbara Kelling, Tillie Klasse, Alice Henriksen, Eura Hoffman. Irene Harris, uajr,. iw Nelson and visited daughtef. Connie 1 , who is attending ISU ara itteftdeti the Iowa State fifltf MissouM . • . , Saturday aftetmkJft visitor in the hoTfie of Mf . and Mri. James Nelson", wete Mr. and Mrs. Jim Johrtson, DM Moines, and Mr." And MM. Kenneth Anton ,,knd Julie, Goldfiefd. ..•*'•; Kevin Oppedahl, fr student at Luther Col)eg%, Becorah, spent the weekend Jn the home of his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Robert 0>pe"dAht , . 'Thursday Mr, - aftd Mfs. Loren Schipull and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Oppedahl attended ( the Iowa. Cattleman Association Convention In Fort Des Moihes" Hotel. Sunday aftef«o6n Mr. And Mfs..Sanford Airderion and Mr. and Mrs. Efriest figgerth attended the open house for the 60th weddirtg'ahnivefsary of Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Siemens in the Social Roont of Park Church of Christ,: Ooldfield. Sunday Mr. -ari'd Mrs. Norman Oberhelman took dinner and spent the day in the home of Mrs. James Anderson, Eagle Grove. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Schnetzer and Co'lleen, Fort Dodge, spent the weekend visiting in the home of Mr. and Mrs. 0. L. Mossman, Independence, Mo., and with George Schnetzer at Osceola, returning home Monday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Clowes spent Saturday and Sunday in the home of Mrs Dawn Feller and with Donell Clowes who is doing her six weeks internship at Kirkwood College, Cedar Rapids. The Little Elba's Count! At the Humboldt Trust & Savings Bank we think the savings habit is important! And our services include helping our littlest savers develop this important habit. No one is too small to save ... not any amount too small to be saved. We will go out of our way to help so try our friendly service - it's the little extras that count! The Humboldt Trust & Savings f^SS^^^^^S^^^*. r*— w_—. ^F AUTHORIZED DEALERS Humboldt

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