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CARD Of 8 THANKS 1 WOULD LIRE TO EX- M'assi my thanks to all'my Mends and relative* for their visits, calls and get well RENTALS POK SALE -. .-. dourtty Memorial Hospital And siftce my return home. A sfietial thanks to Dr. Coddiritton isftd a pleasant ndspitaT staffs also a thank you to Rev. Loken and Rev. Engelhardt for their visits and prayers. Mrs. Gilbert Nelson. R-49-1 xx I-34-lxx I WISH TO THANK ALL nurses, nurses aids and doctors at Humboldt County Memorial Hospital. Also Pastor Otto and Engelhardt and others who called; also for C»d9 and visits since I came home. Thanks to all. Hale Halverson. I-34-lxx NOTICES MR. AND MRS. ARLON Benz will be honored on their 26th wedding anniversary Feb. 24,1974, from 2 to 4 p.m. in the Humboldt Trust Community Room. Their daughter is hosting the event. The,couple request no gifts. R-49-lxx I-34-lxx DO YOUR LEGS OR BACK ache? . Check for run-over heels. Dale's Shoe Service, Dakota City. Open Tuesday through Saturday. R-48-21-33-2 i AM "DEVOTING FULL time now to Real Estate. Could use more listings of homes and farms. Would like to offer you a good deal. Skaugstad Realty, Legion Building, Phone 332-1278. , R-49-lxx I-34-lxx CATTLE FEEDERS DES Implants available at Doboy Feed Service. 1-34-2 R-50-1 FOR RENT: A LARGE 4 £oom ground floor apartment. One block from main street. Call 332-1167. t-34-tfR-60-tf FOR "A JOB WELL DONE feeling" clean carpets with Blue Lustre. Rent electric shampooer $1. Humboldt OK Hardware. R49-11-34-1 GERT'S A GAL GIRL ready for a whirl after a whirl after cleaning carpets with Blue Lustre. Rent electric shampooer $1. Martin Home Interiors. R-49-11-34-1 BARBER SHOP IN BADGER for rent. Good part time business. Call 646-4501. R-49-2xx I-34-lxx FOR RENT: A, SMALL UP- slairs apartment. One block from main street. Stove and, refrigerator furnished. Call 332-1167. I-34-tfR-50-tf HELP WANTED HELP WANTED: FULL time employees. Time and V» over 40 hours and company benefits. West Bend Elevator , Co., West Bend, Iowa. Call ^15-887-2321 R-47-21-32-2 HELP WANTED: PLANT manager for Clarion, Iowa, Ready-Mix Plant. Experienced and under 30 years of age. Send qualifications to C. V. Bordwell, Weaver Ready- Mix, Box 204, Webster City, Iowa 50595. _.. R-49-11-34-1 WANTED TO BUY Now taking cleaned and pressed used spring clothes and other items. Bring them early for fast results. Florence's Used Clothing 3 miles north of Humboldt on 169 Phone 332-3570 Open every day EXCEPT THURS. from 9 to 5. Evenings by Appointment. Telephone 507-943-3125 or write We'll be There Elmore Nurseries Elmore, Minn. 56027 WANTED QUICK CASH Wanted antiques: Dishes, old dolls, post cards, lamps, etc. •. Mr ?-, jfe ck Donahue, v Brad- gater Phi 515-375-6060."— I-34-2xx FOR SALE 1973 SINGER ZIG-ZAG used 4'/i months, buttonholes, hems, even sews on buttons, $65.00 or easy terms. Call 332-1251. I-34-lx R-50-lx FOR SALE STRAW: 500 bale loads or more. Call 612-235-2716. Dave'j Hay and Straw Co., Willmar, Minn. __ R-49-4 1-34-4 FOR SALE: 3 USED Toppers. New and used pickup campers for sale or rent. Stan's Campers. 3324518. 1-34-1 R.50-1 SEWING MACHINE. SING- er. Golden Touch & Sew. In good condition, decorative stitches, etc. $178.45 or easy payments. Call 332-1251. I-34-lx R-50-lx WANTED: HARD TO place automobile insurance. Phone 332-3812. Ben Miller Insurance Inc., Humboldt, Iowa. R-27-tfM2-tf CARPENTER WORK wanted: Interior or exterior. For Free Estimates Call 373-6695, John Schneider. R-48-21-33-2 BABY SITTING WANTED: by high school girl. Evenings only, 332-4518. R-49-11-34-1 WANTED: WOMAN TO care for elderly lady. Please call Mrs. Mark Brandsgard, 332-1399 for details. R-49-11-34-1 Wonted Assemblers For assembly work *40 hour week 'Insurance program •Vacation with pay *Funeral leave pay *Top wages apply at Sifter Mfg. Humboldt, Iowa an equal opportunity employer I My Sincere Thcmksl V I want to express my sincere thanks to Mr. f and Mrs. James Bowden and family, with whom I ) have resided for the past six months, and to all Uhe wonderful people of the Humboldt f Community for the wonderful time that I have Jhad in this community and for the many happy memories I will take home with me next [Thursday. A special thanks to Mr. Delmar Cram, /Humboldt High School Principal, faculty members, Key Club and students for the many courtesies and help extended to me. Everything I has been so greatly appreciated. My thanks to all. J Lupana Montoya Boulevard PTE1503 1 Celaya, Gto I Mexico SEWING MACHINE-V1K- ing Open Arm. Zig-Zag, decorative stitches, blind hems, over casts, etc. Good condition. Guaranteed. $167.10 or small monthly payments. Call 332-4456. I-31-4XX R-47-4xx FOR SALE: 1973 VEGA GT, Silver Metalic, Good Gas Mileage, Phone 332-1611 after 4 p.m. R-49-4xx I-34-4xx FOR SALE: THREE OR four bedroom home north Humboldt location. All carpeted, drapes. Possession now. Garage. 332-4298 or 332-1707 evenings. R-49-11-34-1 FOR SALE: BALED HAY or straw. Call after 7 p.m., 887-5855, Rodman, Iowa. I-33-2xx PORSAL6 FOR SALE; CHILD'S WON. 2 e 'H*ftS» H * h «y u^d $12, Call 332-4518. R.49>1I-34'1 SEWING MACHINE-SIN- ger Touch & Sew, wfttds bobbin in machine, good condition, guaranteed. $68,SS "r easy payments. Call 332-4456, I-31-4xx R-47-4XX SERVICES MACHINES AND ty p ewriter£ sales and services. IOWA BUSINESS MACHINES, 25 North Fifth Street, Pdft< Dodge, Iowa. "North side rtf City Square." R-S-tr I-41-tf f tt£ WANT ADS FORSALE Craft Items for sale at both the North and South Care Centers. Money to go into organ fund. BAYSE ROCK CORNISH Broilers are different. 4-4V* pounds in 8 weeks. 100 head is equal to the equivalent, in meat of 2 hogs in 8 weeks. Also California Nick Pullets. Order now. Early order discount. Bayse Hatchery, Humboldt. R-45-tfI-29-tf FOR SALE: 1973 MOBILE home 14 x 68. Cash or take over payments. Phone 3736445. R-49-11-34-1 FOR SALE: 1973 CMC ONE- half ton pick up V-8 automatic power steering, custom cab. $3250. Call 332-1908 Butch's Auto Sales. 1-34-1 R-50-1 FOR SALE: 14' x 65' National Mobile Home lived in 8 months on lot. Skirted. 332-4698. R-48-21-32-2 FOR SALE: FROM MY former building - fixtures that were not hurt in the fire, 18"sink complete, toilets, skelgas 1 water heat, good gas heating stove. Skaugstad Realty, Legion ^Building, Phone 332-1278.' R-49-lxx I-34-lxx HELP WANTED SERVICES LOWEST AUTO INSUH ance rates for cancelled, rejected orSR22 filings. Same day filings easy terms. Call Holt Insurance, 332-3677, Humboldt, Iowa. R-49-td T-34-tf YOUR SERVICE CENTER for Car A trirtk Alignment Motor Tune Up Wheel Balancing WtH CO-OP OIL CO Phone 332-2782 Hwy. 169 - Humboldt TREE REMOVAL STUMP REMOVAL TRIMMING - AERIAL TOWER SERVICE FREE ESTIMATES Zearing Tree Service R. t Hns MS Clarion, Imv.i 50S25 I'honc Clarion 532,1019 If no .inswer call 532-382,1 Full time mechanic 104 with 40 years of experience. Part* and repair of all makes and model of snowmobiles, motor cycles and smaH gas engines. FOLEYS SPORTCENTER Federal Land Bonk Loan Services Glen E. Yates Manager West on Highway 20 Across from Fort Museum Fort Dodge, Iowa 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 MAKE YOUR SPRING CLEANING RESERVATION EARLY!! Furnace & Air Duct Cleaning with Captain Clean's Super-Powered Truck Vac. We also specialiie in • Fireplace Cleaning • Chimney Cleaning • Carpets and Furniture • Wall Washing • Over 50 Cleaning Services CAPTAIN CLEAN Call 332-1479 If no answer call 373-6087 Roy Peltz New owner and new operator Batter Cleaning — Our Only Business FREt (STIMATES miiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinntii LEGAL NOTICES I.N THE DISTRICT COURT OF IOWA, IN AND FOR HUMBOLDT COt'NTV I.N RE THE MARRIAGE OF MARIAN ELLEN LLOYD AND ROBERT ALLEN LLOVD, SR. (TON THK PETITION OF MARIAN ELLEN LLOYD, Petitioner AND CONCERN: ROBERT ALLEN LLOYD, SR. Respondent TO THE AFORESAID RESPONDENT: You nro hereby notified that the petition of the above named petitioner in the above entitled cause is now on file in the office of the Cleric of said Court. alleging in substnnct that the parties are husband and wife, and wore married at Oakland, Illinois, on Feb. 2. 1972. That one minor child was horn of this marriage, and that it is in the hest interests of said child that he lie In (he permanent care, custody and control of the petitioner. That there has been a breakdown of the marriage relationship, and that conciliation hns been tried and failed. Said petition prays for a decree of dissolution of said marriage and for a decree granting the petitioner sole custody of said minor child. For further particulars see said petition. You are also notified to appear before said court at Dakota City, in Humboldt County, Iowa, on or before the 18lh day of March, 1974, and that unless you so appear, your default will be entered and judgment and decree rendered against you for the relief demanded in said petition. HAKER MILLER AND BAKER Attorneys for Petitioner Humboldt, Iowa 1-32-3 LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE OP APPOINTMENT OF ADMINISTRATORS AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS Probate No. 5872 IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF IOWA IN AND FOR HUMfiOI.DT COUNTY In the matter of the estate of Tilda Nelson, Deceased. To all persons interested in the estate of Tilda Nelson. Deceased: You are hereby notified that on the 20th day of February, 1974, the undersigned was appointed administrators of said estate. Notice is hereby given that all persons indebted to said estate arc 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 claims shall thereafter be forever barred. Dated this 20th day of February, 1974. Ruth Ann DaMiani 9 Wilderness Path Stony Brook, N.Y. 11790 and Marcla N. Klemp Rt 2, Rox 9, Rroken Bow, Oklahoma 74728 Baker, Miller A Baker Attorneys for said Administrators P.O. Box 337 Hum hold I, Iowa 50548 Date of second publication: second day of March, 1974. 1-34-2 HOMES FOR SALE HOMES FOR SALE WELL DRILLING Gouldi Submersible Pumpi •nd Monitor PltleU Units MARTIN WELL COMPANY PHONE 332-3585 DAKOTA CITY HELP WANTED Expanding Our Agency We have an opening in this area for an ambitious person, agricultural background helpful. Some college preferred but not required. Probably $10,000 and up. Group life insurance and retirement plan. Write Box 367. Give name and adress and present occupation. Applications confidential. Wanted: Secretary Full Time Position for Immediate Opening Apply In Person Phone 332-2613 For Appointment (All Replies Held in Strict Confidence) Mfg., Inc. Humboldt 4 Bedroom Home Four bedroom home close to schools. All new carpet, new bath. New combination storms and screens. New carport. Dick Stephen 332-2867 Yours for Better Housing fnlite &*al Estate Merlyn J. Pollock Phone 332-1642 5th and Broadway Humboldt Darrell Rusher Home 112*1812 Teller Position Available Apply in Person FDK The Humbo/df Trust & Savings Income Property Recently remodeled duplex located just IVz blocks from main street. This duplex has 2 two bedroom apartments, large living rooms, new kitchens with large eating area. Moderately priced. Makes an excellent investment or live in one unit and let the other pay the costs. SEE TODAY Worthington Insurance and Real Estate Located qt the corner of Sumner and Toft Phone 332-3326 Bob Worlhington 332-1950 Ken Mick 332-1792 NOTICE OF HEARING AND INVITATION TO BID Scaled bids for the construction of the Skilled Nursing Cure Addition to Ihe Humboldt County Hospital, Humboldt, Iowa, will be received by the Secretary of the Board of Trustees at the Humboldt County Hospital, Humboldt, Iowa, until 2:00 P.M., C.D.T., March IS, 1974, at which time and place all bids received will be publicly opened and read aloud. Separate bids will be received for the General. Mechanical and Electrical Contracts. Bids will be acted upon by the Board of Trustees at a meeting to be held at the Humboldt County Hospital, Humboldt, Iowa, on the day and hour above specified, or at such later lime as may then be fixed. At said time and place a hearing will be held on the proposed drawings, specifications and proposed form of contract for the work. At said hearing any interested person may appear and file objection!.,, to ,,|,he .propoud drawings, specifications, form of contract, and cost of said work and improvements. All bids shall be in accordance with Bidding Documents prepared by DcWild Grant Reckert & Associates Company, Architects and Engineers, which Documents are made a part of this notice by reference hereto. Bidding Documents are on file at the office of the Administrator, Humboldt County Hospital, Humboldt, Iowa, and at Ihe Architect's offices, as follows: BOO Sioux City Federal Plaza Building. Sioux City, Iowa 51101. 300 National Bank of South Dakota Building, Sioux Falls, South Dakota 57102. Rock Rapids, Iowa 51246, and at the following Plan Centers: Sioux City Construction League, Sinux City, Iowa. Master Builders of Iowa, Des Moines, Iowa. F. W. Dodge Company, West Des Moines, Iowa. Fort Dodge Chamber of Commerce, Fort Dodge, Iowa. North Iowa Builders Exchange, Mason City, Iowa. F. W. Dodge Company, Omaha, Nebraska. Omaha Builders Exchange, Omaha, Nebraska. Minneapolis Builders Exchange, Minneapolis, Minnesota. F. W. Dodge Company, Minneapolis, Minnesota. Builders Exchange of St. Paul, St. Paul, Minnesota. Sioux Falls Builders Exchange, Sioux Falls, South Dakota. Quad City Construction Industry Advancement Trust, Rock Island, Illinois. Bidders may obtain drawings and specifications from the Architect upon deposit iif $50.00 per set, which will be refunded upon return of Ihe sells) in Knod condition not more than 15 days aftc'r bids have been opened. Partial set* of Bidding Documents may be obtained from Architect only if specific Shi-i-i and Section numbers ill-sired are included with request. Charges fur partial sets will be $1.00 for each drawing sheet and lOc for each specification sheet. No refund will be made for partial sets of Bidding Documents. Each bid shall be made out on a form a- furnished and must be accompanied in a separate sealed envelope by either a deposit of money, a check certified and drawn on a solvent Iowa bank, or a bid bond to be executed by a corporation authorized to contract as surety in the State of Iowa, in an amount equal to five per cent 15°*) of the amount of the bid. The bid security must not contain any conditions either in the body or as an endorsement thereon. Such bid security shall be forfeited to the Humboldt County Hospital as liquidated damages in the event the successful bidder fails or refuses to enter into a contract within ten 110) days after insuring the faithful fulfillment of the contract and the maintenance of said work, if required, pursuant to the provisions of this notice and the other Contract Documents. Hy virtue of statutory authority, preference will be given products and provisions grown and produced within the State of Iowa, and to Iowa domestic labor. The Owner reserves the right to reject any or all bids and to waive it-rhiiiralitit-s und irregularities. lll'MHOl.DT COUNTY HOSPITAL Hl'MBOI-DT. IOWA Hy Earl Johnson Secretary. Board of Trustees I 33 a R 49 3 Railroad woman (Continued from Page 1) thing concrete yet," she said. When she started with the railroad almost 20 years ago she worked in a converted wooden boxcar with a cook stove and pot-bellied water heater. She had to haul her own wood to fuel the stove and heater. "It's a lot easier now than it has ever been," she laughed. .. In v those days she fed 13 men at a meal. "I had to seat eight of them at the big table in the dining area and the rest had to eat at a card table in the kitchen area," she said. "But then the number dropped to eight and finally to four." The "camp car" has "all the comforts of home" including showers, bedrooms, kitchen and dining facilities. The men are out all year with this particular crew working in north central Iowa and some in southern Minnesota. The crews had the winters off years ago, but now the men, and their cook, work eight- hour days and 40-hour weeks. "I got started years ago when another cook was ill for eight months and I filled in," Mrs. Ahartz said. She explained she was "the first cook who ever got bumped out of her job." She was working on her husband's crew when another crew was disbanded. The other woman took over Mrs. Ahartz's job due to the seniority system. "She later quit and I took over and I've been working with my husband ever since," she said. She started with the railroad almost 20 years ago for a couple of reasons. Mrs. Ahartz raised her children without a husband most of the time "because George was gone six to eight weeks at a time." Her daughter DeAnn was a high school senior in their hometown of Revillo, S.D., when the opening came and Mrs. Ahartz took the job. Her daughter, the youngest of three children spent the year with grandmother while her mother went to work. "My first reason was to be with my husband and during the first few years to get DeAnn through college," she said. Mrs. Ahartz is a proud mother and grandmother. Her son, John, 36, is with Boeing in. Seattle, Wash., while son Kenneth, 34, is a career man with the military stationed at Offut AFB, Omaha. DeAnn, now married, is a high school English instructor in Aneta, N.D. She has seven grandchildren, five girls and two boys "which is why I'm as old as I am," the 58-year-old cook said. The Ahartzs maintain a home in Revillo, S.D., and live there "during weekends and vacations." Ahartz gets five weeks vacation per year while his wife only gets three due to the difference in working years. "I lose two weeks a year when he takes his vacation because I take off and go with him," she laughed. Cooking for the four men isn't a hard job for the veteran meal-maker. "I do a good deal of baking," she said. "If all the men are staying here all the time I have breakfast, lunch and dinner ready for them." Currently, the crew is working in the area of the homes of three of the young men. Jerry Dirks lives in Thornton, Denny Craig at Mason City and Cleon Engel has a home in Nora Springs. But, when all are living in the camp car, she has a working-man's breakfast ready at 7 a.m., packs a big sack lunch for noon and has dinner ready shortly after their 4:30 p.m. return. "The meals are like eating at home, rather than a restaurant," she said. "They can waste a lot of time going to a restaurant for lunch and they only take one-half hour." She indicated during the Daylight Savings Time the workers start their morning's laboring by flashlight. Railroading is nothing unfamiliar to Mrs. Ahartz. Her father was a section foreman, and her brothers were also railroad people. She said she likes the travel. The crew was in Mason City before moving to Humboldt in late January. They will move on to near Waseca, Minn., after they leave here. Mrs. Ahartz is also a fan of the Humboldt-Dakota City community. She has a number of friends she can have coffee, visit, go to shows with and she can otherwise join in the social life. "I like it here very much," ' she said. "I've made.a lot of friends here. It is a friendly community and it has very, very good stores." The last time the crew was here they stayed over a year leaving last June. But, after all her years cooking for the railroad, she doesn't claim any fancy titles or accolades. "I don't know what I call myself," she shrugged. "I guess, just plain cook."—Linehan. Hospitalize Mrs. Potter at Humboldt HARDY-Mrs. Anna Potter entered Humboldt County Memorial Hospital Monday as a medical patient. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Rummens and family, Corwith, were dinner guests Sunday in the parental J. V. Seger home. Mrs. Annie Amerson was a Friday dinner guest in the home of her daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Nervig, Eagle Grove. Mrs. Bessie Michaelson was a Sunday dinner and supper guest in the home of her daughter, Mr. and Mrs. John Geishecker, Livermore. Mrs. Donald Clowes visited Thursday afternoon in the home of Mrs. Anna Potter and Carroll. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Anderson, Dawn and Denice, visited in the John Gales home at Livermore Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Dale Kitley visited Saturday in the home of her cousin, Miss Delores Wioto, Mason City. Mrs. Lyle Kitley spent Thursday evening visiting Mrs. Myron Clancy in her home. Raymond Amerson visited Thursday in the home of his mother, Mrs. Annie Amerson. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bottin and Larry went to Livermore Saturday evening to congratulate Mr. and Mrs. James Gilligan who held an open house in the afternoon in Sacred Heart Catholic Church and a dance in the evening for their 40th wedding anniversary.