The Humboldt Independent from Humboldt, Iowa on March 2, 1974 · Page 2
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. Jltwday t Mttdi 2, jg?j, jfo Hufttkat Efrersofl, Smith * i • scholarship fino/i'sts Twft Humboldt County students have been named as finalists in the National Merit Scholarship competition. Namfed were Vicky Ever- swll, daughter of Mrs. Thelma Bveriell, Humboldt, and Richard Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs. Al Smith, Oilmore City. Smith is a student at Gilmore City-Bradgate High School and Miss Eversoll was graduated following the first semester in January from Humboldt High School and is presently attending University of Iowa, Iowa City. iContestants in the merit scholarship program are nominated by their principal and to be a finalist is an honor shared by less than half of one per cent of the nation's graduating secondary school seniors. Outstanding teen-agers are chosen from individual schools across the country for excellence in academic achievement and community service. The local students will now vie for the outstanding teen-ager of the year trophy to be presented by the governor. State winners will be eligible for awards totaling $7,000. One boy and one girl will be chosen for national scholarships of $1,000 each to be used at the college or university of their choice. Ten regional winners will also be selected from the remaining state winners to receive $500 regional scholarships. Vicky Eversoll Richard Smith League members attend retreat THOR— Junior and Luther League members attended a retreat at Riverside Bible Camp near Story City from Friday until Sunday. Forty young people attended. Advisors with the group were Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Fischer and Mrs. Roger Holton. Pastor Marlin Ingebretson also at. tended Holton and Mrs. Crovisier winning prizes. Mrs. Art Sfnith and Mrs. Kenneth Thompson entertained at a coffee at the formers home Wednesday afternoon. Attending were Mrs. Art Wolf, Mrs. Jim Pouti-e and daughter of rural Humboldt, Mrs. Dezter Tho- * College, Waverly, were in charge of meetings and activities. Karen Ingebreston was a member of the LYE team. Mrs. Gerald Wagner entertained her birthday group at a party Tuesday afternoon. Guests in addition to the birthday group were Mrs. Thomas Nervig, Mrs. Harry Crovisier, Mrs. Victor Lothe and Mrs. Oilman Holton. Five hundred was played for entertainment with Mrs. "*T3leniT Kuriert '' ' Mildred Keen. A social afternoon was enjoyed and a lunch served by the hostesses. Mr. and Mrs. Bernie Wichtendahl returned home Queen L 'LBT'S ALL GO TO DAIRY QUeEN" Dairy Queen Brazier Open: Mon., Tues., Wed., Thurs., 11 a.m.-10 p.m. Fri., Sat., Sun. 11 a.m. 10:30 p.m. Jet. 169 & 3 North Humboldt. Henry Block has 17 reasons why you should come to us for income tax help. Reasons. H&RBlock is a year-round service. We do not disappear after April 15th. THE INCOME TAX PEOPLE 1- 5th Ave. North 9-5 Mon. through Sat. Phone 332-2933 H UMOTA Sfarfs SUNDAY * Academy Award Nomination! including Bet* Picture and Beit Actre* THE FUNNIEST LOVE STORY OF THE YEAR! ["A very, very funny and rmK^ - -~~^ very, very SiMfe \ touching ^«^^» - ^« romantic comedy." \-JudlthCrltt _ Ntw York Uagtz/ne | A JOK ph E. Uvint tnd Brut PradiKXfcyu F Segal Glenda Jackson A Touch Of Class PC) Friday ffotn a two weeks trip to Sarasota, Pla., where they visited relatives. Mabel Waltnl, jtotend, Mr* Anna Weltha and MM. ftuby Weltha, Randall, were dinner peats in the home of Mrs. Elma Charlson, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Swit*er, Liscbmb, were weekend visitors in the Lloyd Abrams home. Mr. and Mrs, L. J, Abrams and Mary.»Kay and Sara Wagner, Mteftn City, were supper guests Sunday. Norbert Vorrie and Duane Vorrie returned home the 1 past week from a three-week trip to Florida where they visited friends and places of scenic interest. , Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Presler left this past week on a two-week trip to Phoeniz, Ariz., for a visit in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bennie Ersland. Mr. and Mrs. ttarold C. Johnson, together with Mr. and Mrs. Ron Johnson and . Trisha, Clarion, and Mr. .and Mrs. Herb Zinnel, Dakota City, drove to Woodward Sunday to visit Stevie Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Johnson attended a Woodward State School Home Association meeting. Mrs. Johnson also delivered the cookies sent to the Hospital School by ALCW members. . Miss Charlotte Larson, Mr. and Mrs. Lorelle Vorrie, Mrs. Ann Sheldon, and Mrs. Ida Vorrie attended funeral services for Mrs. Clara Solberg at Ottosen Thursday afternoon. Hit «F Mareln* d«0r*« at Ames sister MftWine Kellnet, daughter of Adelia Reltow taA Cytil Kellfter received hef master of science degree to home economies education front Iowa State University, Ames, Saturday, Feb. 23. Attending the commencement exercises in James H. Hilton Coliseum were Sister Helen Marie Taylor, Sister Noreen Flneran, Sister Julianna Vogel, Sister Mary Lou Reisch all of Bancroft, Sister Maria Smith, Ames, Mrs. Adelia Kellner, Karla, Marcine and Susan, St. Joe, and Cyrilla Kellner, Cedar Rapids. Sister Marcine has been home economics instructor at St. John's High School, Bancroft) for the past eight years. Under her direction St. John High School became the first Catholic School- in Iowa i" lf ~ ,• Sister M»f dnc Keltoer to offer home economics to boys and Ofte 1 of the first to do so in tit thg schools of Iowa- pltbhcmnf private. •Styer Marcine, 1969 graduate .ot Sir Joseph's High Mf. aftd Mr*. Cletm Vdfi Bank, Emmetsbafg, were Stmtfay evening visitors at the Oar win Larson homer MiLahlf MYs. Fred Wlele, Sheffield, were Sunday visi- le** with Pastor aftd, Mrs. LtjRen. Mri, fio« Atfrt !i In tt County Memorial .. fot te*t9 and obser- ;-.«,.., Mfs, Bertha Pederson Isfrt Pfiendshlp Haven Health .cenm fort Dodffi, for akin grafttffg on her left foot! Safe* Vige.ls in tewa Methodfst Hospital in Des Mdines and has had surgery on his knees; Carlisle Halsrud is in St. Mark's Hospital,' Rochester, Minn*, and had surgery Friday* Feb. 22. ^fhe Jean Maschino family, , Fort Dodge, and Roehelle Halsrud motored to Rochester Sunday to see their father. Roch,elle has spent the week at the LeRoy Worby home. j Mountain Alf Sttttoty Alaska, A 1964 gridtttte of Bfad- home el Mr. Hontley. , --J, ntrltelvtsdnteftS, College, Blair. Neb, He hfti afftt attended Pufdue University, West liafeyeK§,,M, aftd San Jose (Calif,) Stat« College, Olson entered the Air Potce. in July 1089, and was commissioned that same yea? through the Officers •fraintirg School at Lackland, 1 - AFB r Test ' . ' His wife, Audrey, is tht daughter of Nels Erieksen of Glenville, Minn. Renwick College in 1864. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Anderson and family, Blairs- «uVg, and Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Anderson, Kanawha, were ; Sunday dinner guests in the Contiiig Soon »«» • Prophetic Bible Conference March 12-17 with V' ' ^ * ,* l Rev. PaitJ Obinger Sermon VapteK "Will dhrist Come ft «his Generation? 1 "The Coming World Government" "Russia's- Anticipated Invasion of. ., reoMI ™ 1 "The Second Coming of Christ and God's Pfogtam fof Israel" .•.--.'• • and more. . . , Oak Hill Baptist High Everyone Welcome - B^ng the Family .:' Bode cub scouts to sell garden seeds Mr. and Mrs. Leo Kuehnast, Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Birmbaumer, Mr. and Mrs. Milford Crovisier, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Rogness, Art and Margrete, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Rogness and Paul attended open house honoring Mr. and Mrs. Arlon Benz on their 25th wedding anniversary at Humboldt Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Kunert and Mrs. Marvin Rogness accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lee, Humboldt, to Clarion Tuesday to attend graveside rites for John Stout, a brother of Mrs. Charles Kunert. BODE—At this season the 11 cub scouts are selling a good quality of garden seeds for a reasonable price. Avid gardeners are desirous of securing these good seeds. Many large trees have recently had to be destroyed and 18 to 24 inch trees are available for 50 cents including sugar maple, hackberry and red oak to replace these older trees. Cub Scouts will assist with planting. If interested, notify Cub Scout leaders, Mrs. David Spaulding and Mrs. Clarence Hanson or assistants Mrs. Henry Welter and Mrs. Russell Somers. Dr. and Mrs. Glenn Jacobsen and daughters, Cynthia and Debra. Iowa City, and Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Jacobsen, Sioux City, were Tuesday callers at the parental John It only takes one catastrophe. Protect yourself. 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HOVT Chiropractor Closed Thursdays Office 332-2755 Home 332-2660 405 Sumner, Humboldt Hours 9-12 a.m.-l:30-6 p.m. RODNEY B.AMLIE Banker-Financial Specialist RFD 1, Humboldt Phone 332-1083 Representing The Farmers National Bank, Webster City Commercial State Bank, Pocahontas Jacobsen home. They came to attend their uncle's, Nels Christensen, funeral. Jacobsen was a casket bearer. Friendship Club met Wednesday afternoon, Feb. 20. in the community rooms with Mrs. Pearl Barber and Mrs. Etta McCormack as hostesses. There was a good attendance and 1 Mr. and Mrs? Victor Berrier joined at this meeting. Mr. and Mrs. Basil Brock and Mr. and Mrs. Garvin Larson entertained at a Washington Birthday dinner Saturday evening at the Brock home. Guests were the LeRoy Engers, Ralph Jacobsons,, Louis Jacobsons, Conrad Johnsons, LeRoy Worbys and Byron Howe. \\\\\\\\\S/S////A/ >ncnters< moue in with State Farm Capt. Olson to Germany U. S. Air Force Capt. Marvyn H. Olson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry C. 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