The Humboldt Independent from Humboldt, Iowa on February 23, 1974 · Page 6
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The Humboldt Independent from Humboldt, Iowa · Page 6

Humboldt, Iowa
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Saturday, February 23, 1974
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l mt ' "' lpfr]*lf ' - . •>• " A bonks among ;< school bond bidders S«to)»f financial D, Seef and Chlesgb, M ne*t hiffi bfdUef Wfls Cfirleton b, Beh "Cfr t Oes Molftei, with 47066682 pef cent or $106,742, the coupon irst *. ( 4 f~. — »* — -;,«e"»v»v*s aCnOOl building bonds sold Thursday by the District, i f he tw» local banks wers ffturth and seventh in the 'bidding. As rebbfted earlier, Continental Illinois National Sank ?»ftd Trust Co f , Chicago, was awarded the bonds with & net ''interest o! 4.006076 per cent .OfOost of $106,283 to be paid /off over the next several ' years, The coupon rates for 1J2S" W ttr6 4 ' 26 P ef dent 1976-81 are 3.90 per cent and •1982 rates are 4.06 per cent. Mllce Jorgenten 1S76-77 4.S6 .per cefti, I«ft8 rates were.4.26 per cent, and for 197&82 the rales were. 4.00 per cent. • '•. Humboldt t>fist and Savings Sank bid with i6w*t5es Moines Natloflal fiaflfe and Becker and Cowftie Ife Wfts the fourth lowest bidder. Tifii group Vid 4.0987 per cerft or JJUM44 and the coupon r"ate^ for 1976-78 would have been 4.40 per cehi, 1979 would have been 4.30 percent and I980-8S 4.00 per cent. This was the. otKe> tank, , was seventh 6M ^f, the 18 tfs'ihe' UUUtutidn W*fdhtlv , c. ( Daveffpon. The bid was 4,13231 i I§6-81 .'tfer cem, 1982 wefe 4.06 per dent. t bja of. the 13 , Heiiler «hd Co., . t ,wjth; Van. Morn Inv&t- t.» bbth Omaha, with per: cent br 1 $111466 « rater enth'fs bid .2'6 per cent- for 76-66, 4,25 per cent fo> !!'! 9 aftd 4.10 per eeftt for 1980-82. with Luther regents Members of the Luther College Board of Regents arrived a day early for their Feb. 16 meeting In order to participate in informal discussions last Friday, with Luther students, faculty, administrators, alumhi and parents. HumbOldt freshman Mike Jorgensen represented student affairs in the meeting. The February meeting of the Luther regents has become a time for total college participation during the past six or seven years. This year, as In years past, members of the regents will meet with representatives from Luther's students, faculty, administrators, alumni and parents in five communities, each concerning a specific aspect of the college. The committees are student affairs, development, academic affairs, finance and spiritual life. Set rites for father of Mrs. D. Whlttlesey Funeral services for James Earl Cooper, 81, Le MarS, the father of Mrs. Don Whittlesey, of Humboldt, are scheduled for 2 p.m. Monday in St. John's Lutheran Church, Le Mars. Mr. Cooper died suddenly Feb. 21 of an apparent heart attack in Floyd Valley Hospital, Le Mars. Survivors include the widow, Martha, Le Mars; two daughters: Mrs. Ruth Lubben, Le Mars; and Mrs. Don Whittlesey, Humboldt; six grandchildren, and two great- grandchildren; a brother, LeRoy Cooper, Le Mars; four sisters: Mrs. Edna Smaltz, Le Mars; Mrs. Irene Teefey, Des Moines; Mrs. Lois Woody, Santa Ana, Calif.; and Miss Lucille Cooper, San Francisco. Mr. Cooper was a life long resident of Le Mars and was a World War I Veteran, and a member of the American Legion. The Rev. Arnold I m brock will officiate at final rites and burial will be" in Resthaven Memory Gardens, Le Mars. Hello World Schedule last rites Mr. arid Mrs. Ron Sande, Humboldt, are the proud parents of a new baby daughter by adoption. Born Jan. 6, Jenny Lynn joins a brother Steven, age 3Vz, in the Sande home.-. Grandparents of Jenny Lynn are Mr. and Mrs. 0. E. Schafer and Mr. and Mrs. Gunvold Sande, both of Humboldt. Great-grandparents include Mr. and Mrs. Forrest DeGroote, Humboldt. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Cramer, Rolfe, became parents of their first child Feb. 21 in Humboldt County. Memorial Hospital. He has been named Brandon John and weighed 8 pounds, 15 ounces at birth. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Harold.Peterson, Rolfe, and' Mrs. fieverly Jaakola, 1 Coon ~ Cannon Falls, Minn. Lorenzo Trask, 62, rural . Humboldt, died Wednesday ' evening at his home. Services will be at 2 p.m. Saturday in Kastler-Babcock Funeral Home, Eagle Grove, with burial in Rose Hill Cemetery, Eagle Grove. Surviving are the widow, Gertrude; sons: Glenn Trask, Waukee; Gary. Humboldt; seven grandchildren; brothers: Charles, Renwick, and Wayne, Minneapolis, Minn.; listers: Mrs. Bert Martin. Renwick, and Mrs. Joe Wer- net, Eagle Grove. Mr. Trask was born at Eagle Grove, attended the rural schools and was graduated from Eagle Grove High School in 1927. He married Gertrude.Knight in 1932. They farmed near Duhcombe, then moved to Eagle Grove in 1943 where they farmed. They then moved to a Humboldt area farm in 1965. He was a member of United Methodist Church and IOOF Lodge. • Concordia Band to play at Humboldt The Concordia College Band, Concordia College, St. Paul, Minn., under the direction of Professor Leon Titus, will participate in a special worship service of praise at Zion Lutheran Church, Tuesday, Feb. 26 at 7 p.m. According to Professor Titus, "Though primarily a concert band, the Concordia Band tries to perpetuate a Lutheran tradition of band music in church. In the past, when the organ was not as popular as it is now, Lutheran congregations often sang hymns to the accompaniment of a band." "For Zion Lutheran," according to Rev. Robert Snyder, "this will be a new and unique experience." Tuesday night, the band personnel will be the guests of members of Zion church. The Humboldt appearance is part of a 10-day tour which includes performances in southern Minnesota, South Dakota, Nebraska and Iowa. Wednesday night, the Concordia Band will participate in worship services at St. Paul Lutheran, Alta, Iowa. Concordia is a Luthern liberal arts college in affiliation with the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod and prepares young people for professional service to the church. A general liberal arts curriculum is available to those who do not seek professional careers within the framework of the church. During the Feb. 21-March 4 Spring Break, Concordia musical organizations will make more than 40 public appearances in the upper midwest. 2 countians take honors at Simpson Fifty-three Simpson College students qualified for the President's List for the fall semester. Students .named to the list compiled a 4.0, or A, grade : point average and completed at least four units of study. From Humboldt County, the honor students are David A. Sorenspn, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alice Sorensoh,- Humboldt. Also receiving a 4.0 grade av.erage, but completing fewer than four units of study was Rebekah L. Schumacher, daughter 6f>Mr_. and Mrs. Louis Schunlacher.- We'll help you coordinate furniture styles, colors and fabrics at no charge, Iwrtfe $ MMtr Dairi| Queen AU. GO TO PAJB.Y QUEEH* Dairy Queen Brazier Open: Man., Tues., Wed., Thurs., 11 a.m.-10 p.m. Fri., Sat.. Sun. 11 a.m. 10:30 p.m. Jet. 169 & 3 North Humboldt. Protect your car investment Fttr years, we've linen a louder in quick-pay, mi-nonsense settlements. And we've kept our rates reasonable with claim-free discounts. Call us for dutiiils. Farm Bureau insurance HMfe Farm Bureau Life & lR^^FFarm Bureau Mutual wWP Dus Moinus. Iowa Mike Smith fucy Manager HvMboldUowa 3320121 t B? M»rtiyn P«w!(j ( Humboldt LiUrirlan Two memorial b«oks have' recently been given to the local library. The * Humboldt woman's' Club has given" James Crockett's "FJower'irtg Hotise Plants" in memory of Emma Parsons and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Thomas and family have presented A. S. Burack's "The Writer's Handbook" in memory of Rob Thomas.. Surprises await editor . Rodney Laird as he attempts to convince Russian princess Madame Landini to continue her abruptly halted memoirs in Elizabeth Cadell's "Deck With Flowers." Photographs of contemporary treatments and how- to-do It projects for the budget minded homemaker are found in "Better Homes and Gardens Decorating Ideas Under $100." Mort Reed's "Coins" analyzes coin values and coins as an investment. "20 Years in the Secret Service" is Rufus Youngblood's well written story of his career protecting the President. Antonia Fraser's latest book is entitled "Cromwell, the Lord Protector." Two new readers have been added to our books for first and second graders. One is "Clarence and the Burglar" by Patricia Lauber. Clarence, an ultra-friendly dog who much prefers to play games or watch television than growl at strangers, proves his ability as 'a watchdog in an unconventional way when a burglar enters the Logan's house. The second reader is<Walter Farley's "Little Black Goes to the Circus." Little •iBlftck >; become? Y intrigued: : ; by ; ^ the tricks of other circus animals ahd decides to join them. "At the Mouth of the Luckiest River" by Arnold exciting Alaskan advents-story of a hunter's son', Tailel£.8hould have had a strong body as his father did but In'SjffSd he had a crippled foot. Wittsli Yega, a spirit, who had done him harm? Or was thls^a sign that Tatlek might be'come a new medicine man for his people? No one kriows for. Sure, but the tribe hated hifri and feared his intelligence and his friendship with the Eskimos from across the mountains. A new non- fiction book by Berniece Fresohet is entitled "Bear Mouse." A meadow or bear mouse attempts to find enough food for her young family While evading her predators. $ : : : :%& : :&%fe&::::W^^ HHS | honor roll | i ^ SENIORS 4.00 Caryl, Julie; Cram, Susan; Crist, Gerie; Dornath, Diane; Eversoll, Vicky; Lanning, Mark; Larson, Anne. 3.80 Hanseh, Curtis; Loomis, Randy. 3.75 Bradley, Kristine; Dyvig, D. Paul; Goodell, Joy; Humphrey, Deanna; Leonard, Debra; Meyer, Paula; Mickey, Karen; Obermann, Gregory; Stoner, Susan. 3.60 Davis, Mary; Grebner, John; Lee, Ronald. ;:3.50 Collins, v Pamela; Crist, Dean; Doyle, Diann; Edge, Dana; Linn, Donald;- Olson, Lance; St6ebe.sKuft. ' -.'•'•' '- • " ;Emick, Bre'hda; Gosch, Karen. ' 3,2i> Ronde, Suzanne; Brown- & BOOK NOOK 617 SUMMER AVENUE Homboldt -. Rhone 332.4605 '• , tm» Mttm, •M*M; ' MO Botfine, Chej, nrfan, tJulft, Lb'rene"} Qtfflft, ban'; Hbbsois, Marcia: John's. Richard: Lett*, Cynthia; detsen, Gloria; Pride, Gyn. tliuu Rodriguez, Scotl; Sp>nce, Jfon; Th'orsOn, Julie; Voughi, Linda. . JtiNlORS 4,00 Omanrt, Deborah. 180 .Terwilliger, David; Wyatt, . Richard, . FortnerY Joyce; PeMn, Barbara. 3.60 Bogaard, Jortathoni .Heidef, Barbara; ; ^issen, Marlenei Ramaekers, Myrha, 3.50 Andersen, Diane; Berka, Marci; Thompson. Brian. 3.25 Borland, Michael; Dunscombe, Laura; .Herrington, Michelle; McBurney, Vinona; McCurry, Cheryl; Monaghan, Daniel; Reedy, Stephen. 3.20 Curry, Cynthia; DeWinter, Christine. 3.00 Brennan, Faith; Carver, Jane; Crovisier, Marianne; Curran, Kathleen; Entler, Darlene; Hart, Ann; Lerdal, Susan; Mather, Kristine; Pride, Beverly; Sandven, Douglas; Schulz, Candace; Wellen, Nancy; Zuck, Tracy. SOPHOMORES 4.00 Giddings, Jeanne; Hadar, Mary; Hafner, Mara; Olson, Douglas; Patton, Steven; Westphal, Gary. 3.80 Jorgensen, Scott. 3.75. Long, Robert. 3.55 Seller, Mary. 3.50 Hill, Dianna; Moench, Ju- the , snncttt' riffle employees *jNHf >tatM(H* ^pSrMa^Wj&rlto&j flf* , TheBofla«tf9WI«tJi«hle|iHlt ftutflf, mtoe&,< but- atlfef .ttos.begtafihtsJMW' !*HM 'l-^nuS' 5 flfaM itar ffi totaled WW tiM rffwW ftfcifptfc iLtWiifr ' bonds issued ft«d<' $l^,t)tirj .^ .0(sburSet«fent9 weft t6' lianrf. ^ 3^' V< ' of th» ye'ar. fhi audit showed il dfetriet had 488 pupifeM m year and 10 school bum The ,btts«s traveled a tetal of 7z,33fr mites en rou the school year. Hinners, Amf \ * ' " nA . Bybee, Carolyn; Cadman, a u i » c «> « £ rfli ^ : Donovan. SuAnn; Sehuin, Ruth; Walker, Cfreyer, Jathesf Hall, Mat- Patncia; Wind, Vaioyee. thew; Klein, Peter; Mokle- u . jW, , fttid, Mark; Spence, Kelly; Haugland, Gall. * Wederquist, Jill. and DIRECTORY WHEEL ALIGNMENT SPECIAL STOP IN TODAY AND WE'LL CHECK YOUR CAR'S FRONT END FREE OF CHARGE HUMOTA THEATRE ENDS Wednesday A Wild, Wacky DR.E.iP.HANSEN Optometrist 9 to 12, 1 to 5 Daily Friday evening 7 to 9 Closed Thursday Afternoon Phone 332-2281-Humboldt WARREN H. SMITH, BROKER Real Estate-Insurance Farm Loans Telephone 3324071 Across fromHumotaTheatre OLSON ABSTRACT CO. - m&&w<f$itJyte&, Phone 332-1693 - Humboldt DR. K.G. PRIDE Chiropractor Of; Ph. 332-1504 House Calls Of. Hours: 9-12, 1-6 Daily Evenings: 7-9:30 Fri. No Office Hours Saturday Neurocalometer & X-Ray Service • No.2-3rdSt.Nor v th-Humboldt SISSON CARE CENTRE "Where caring makes the difference" 24-Hour Nursing Service Phone 332-l52frHumboldt BEN MILLER Insurance Inc. Loans ' • • Insurance Legion Building Phone 332-3812 DR.DAVJDW.HOVT Chiropractor Closed Thursdays •SMi «• Office $8^55 !&• J-i Home 332-2660 , 405 Sumnery Humbofdi Hours 9-12 a.m.-l:30-d p.m. RODNEY B.AMLIE Banker-Financial Specialist ^RFD1, Humboldt Phone 3324083 Representing The Farmers National Batik, " Webster City Commercial State Bank, Pocahontas • IF YOUR WHEELS ARE OUT OF LINE TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THIS SPECIAL OFFER NOW ONLY MOST u. s. CARS Batch's OK Tire Time should never be a hangup. Relax. You don't have to watch the clock while you're talking long distance. Because, no matter how long you talk, the cost per minute never goes up and usually goes down* Time is really on your side. So don't be afraid to keep on talking. Northwestern Bell A little money still goes a long way on the telephone. Tuxc, nol includixl Aim for Home Ownership with a Low-Cost HOME LOAN IF YOU'VE set your sights on home ownership, come in and talk to us about a loan to make it possible. It's wonderful how obstacles and objections seem to roll away when you get all the facts. Even accumulating a down payment doesn't seem so difficult once you learn how modest it is and how you can save for it out of income. The cost is 9 pleasant surprise too, and' terms are set to give you many years to repay with low monthly rent-like payments out of income. Look the field over carefully, take proper aim and then shoot for home ownership. You'll be an easy winner with our personalized home loan service. SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 611 FIRST AVENUE NO8TH HUMBOIOT, K3WA SOStt SIS UMMO

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