The Humboldt Independent from Humboldt, Iowa on March 2, 1974 · Page 9
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The Humboldt Independent from Humboldt, Iowa · Page 9

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Work on quilts «..„< ° f th ! Lad .l 68 Aid ' Immanuel Lutheran Church are continuing their project of home-made quilts. The 62-participantB will have made 45 quilts when the project ,s completed which will be added to the Lutheran World Relief. Working on quilts, top, are Molli Groh and Elline Larson. ,«mn?TA L !^/ ad i e8 . Aid P resldent - bottom. displays the handiwork completed by the ladies during the quilt project-Independent Photo. Moil 4,224 Easter Seal letters in county area Easter Seals enclosed in i 4,224 letters went into the ' mail to Humboldt County t residents, Mrs. Gerdon |Waters, county Easter Seal "ampaign Chairman, announ- ed. "Please read the letter, pntribute just as much as you f(f 'M to help Iowa's handicap- ;yped children and adults, and |then be sure to use your •Easter Seals on letters and fcards to your friends," the chairman urged. As part of the 1974 Iowa Easter Seal campaign Jn Humboldt .County,,, County Chairman Mrs. Virgil Smith has announced the organization's services to county residents during 1973. Last year, 22 physically handicapped residents of the county were using special equipment from the Easter Seal Society of Iowa totaling $3,323 in cash and loan value. These services included purchase of equipment such as braces and orthopedic devices, purchase of physical, occupational or speech and hearing therapy and loan of equipment such 'as wheelchairs, whirlpool baths and hospital beds. Rita Newhouse, Linda Pitman, Bruce Vogt and Ken Zinnel, all of Humboldt; Richard Nonnweiler of Dakota City; Denise Olson of Hardy./and Sandra Olson of Bode were among the 458 physically disabled children and adults who vacationed at Easter Seals' Camp Sunnyside last summer. One additional Humboldt County resident is currently Step up to Home Ownership It looks like a long climb to home ownership but the way is made smooth with our popular home purchase plan. Come in today and learn how a modest down payment will start you on your way, followed by monthly, rent-like payments which move you steadily forward, step-by- step, to~ debt-free home ownership as the ultimate goal. When you are ready to take your first big step forward, come in and talk it over. You will appreciate all the practical features of our home loans—the sensible rates, the generous terms, the personal attention to your particular needs. Most of all you'll like theJeeling that we are with you every step of the way. participating in tfte Easter Seals-towa Elks Attpebthtt articles In this marketed top them tJifdtfgh- out I6wa. The handicapped producers of each waft item price theif own wotk and receive 100 per cent of sale price of every item sold for them. Homebound training is conducted four times each year at Camp Sunnyside. Five-week sessions equip handicapped persons unable to work outside their homes with a .worthwhile income- producing craft skill to pursue in their homes. Last year, two residents of Humboldt and Hardy were graduated from the program. "In 1973, Humboldt residents donated $1,668 to the Easter Seal Society. However it costs more every year to provide the se/Vices that our county residents need," Mrs. Smith said, "and last year, Easter Seals directly assisted over 7,000 residents of all 99 counties. Humboldt County residents are urged to contribute as much as possible during the annual Easter Seal fund campaign which begins March 1 and will continue through April 14, Easter Sunday. Handicapped individuals wishing additional information about Easter Seal programs can write or telephone Easter Seal Society of Iowa, Camp Sunnyside, P. 0. Box 4002, Des Moines, Iowa 50333; (516) 289-1933, or Mrs. Virgil Smith, Humboldt, 332-2469. Llvermore club to hold open house April 21 iSH fte Friends and Neighbors Club of Livermore has set Sunday, April 21, for their appreciation open house at their new center. Florence ftutz is general chairman of this event. The new building has been occupied since last fall and has been the center of many activities since that time. The open house is being held in recognition of the outstanding cooperation and the many contributions of area residents, organizations and club members. The first life membership Has been received from Ross Clark. Life memberships were a provision of the by-laws adopted last month. Quilting on the quilt top, given to the club by Bernadine Kissinger, will be a March project at the center. At the Family Fun Nite Wednesday, March 6, a free bingo game will be played with the winner receiving 10 gallons of gasoline and a car wash at Christensen's Phillips 66 Station at Humboldt, donors of the prize. Everyone is welcome. not pwsve that ereimann has ttolAto! the Packers and Steckysfds Act He has a fight t6 a hearing to determine whethe* the evidence ijippwts the charges, if the .enaffei are proven, he would Be placed under a cease and desist order. His registration could alsd be temporarily suspended. Livestock dealers and market agencies are required— under the Packers and Stockyards Act—to make prompt payment for livestock, unless credit has been arranged in advance. Issuing insufficient funds checks in payment for livestock is considered to be an unfair practice. The record in this case is open to the public. Copies of this complaint, P&S Docket 4902, may be obtained from the Information Officer, Packers and Stockyards Administration, USDA, Washington, D.C. 20250. Charge dealer with violation Hello World READ THE WANT ADS Paul Greimann, of Hampton, Iowa, has been charged with violating payment requirements of the Packers and Stockyards Act, the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) said this week. Greimann is registered as a livestock dealer to buy and sell swine. He formerly purchased swine throughout north-central Iowa. He is not presently operating as 'a dealer and the business has been sold to other parties who are not affected by terms of this complaint. USDA's Packers and Stockyards Administration charged in an administrative complaint that from June through September, 1973, Greimann issued insufficient funds checks and failed to pay, when due, for more than $23,000 worth of livestock. Payment for the livestock has now been made. Mr.' and Mrs. James R. Hankins of Phoeniz, Ariz., became parents of a baby girl, born Feb. 14. She weighed 7 pounds, 7 ounces. She has a brother, Jimmie. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Robert Stofford of Arizona and Mr. and Mrs. J. Robert Hankins, Humboldt. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Brandt, Humboldt, became parents of a son Feb. 28 in Humboldt County Memorial Hospital. The baby weighed 3 pounds, 12 ounces, at birth. The Brandts have a daughter, Lori. Grandparents are James Horton, Osceola, and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Brandt, Nashua. Mrs. Grace Woods of Creston ip th£ „ Mr. "and °Mn, ClaVefree Ganzeveld r Bfadgftte, became parents of twin Sens Feb. 28 in Humboldt County Memo-Hal Hospital, fhev have men named Mark Allan, 4 pounds, 13 ounces; and Michaef John, 4 pound's, llTounces. They will joirr two other children in the Ganzeveld home. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. H\ MacDonald, Lancashire, England, and Mr. and Mrs. fr Ganzeveld, Goldfield. Mr. and Mrs. Brian Oreb- ner, Pioneer, became parents of their first child March 1 in Humboldt County Memorial Hospital. He has been named Ryan Lee and weighed 7 pounds, 12 ounces, at birth. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Habben, Pioneer, and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Grebner, Humboldt. Great- grandparents are Mr. and Mrs, Fred Kleen, Humboldt, Mrs. Grace Swondhard, Harcourt, and Mrs. Alice Habben, Manson. Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Tyrrell, Humboldt, became parents of a daughter March 1 in Humboldt County Memorial Hospital. She has been named Sharon Elizabeth and weighed 7 pounds, 1 ounce, at birth. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Jennings Pahus, Clear Lake, and Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Tyrrell, Belmond. Great-grandparents are Hans Pahus, Garner, and Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Tyrrell, Belmond. Nebraska guests visit in Dick Sorenson home RENWICK-Saturday afternoon visitors in the home ,, Jasan, Keifflsy, i gtwat* the Swejisefi fwtfis 'ware M , Mteft. Un. Iftdtf JBJtsle returned home after 1 spending two weeks in lite mm of her daughter, Mf. awd Mf& M. Bl Axtell, Waterloo. Last weekend Mr. and Mrs. Jack Butler and family, Aiikehy, wer6 guests in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Axtell. Mrs. Blesie was able to see her new great-granddaughter, Cherise Linae Sutler, born Feb. 5 in Mercy Hospital, Des Moines. The Builders Class met in United Methodist Church Sunday evening With Mr. and Mrs. Loren Schipull, lesson leader, and Mr.' ahd Mrs. Norman Peer hostess. Senior and junior MYF served lunch at the Herman Krause farm sale Saturday afternoon. The proceeds of the sale was $170 Tuesday Mrs. David Miller, Villa Park, III., brought her mother, Mrs. Mary Attig, who has been visiting several weeks in the Miller home back to her home in Renwick and will spend several days here. Tuesday dinner guests in the home of Mrs. Barbara Kelling were Mr. and Mrs. Paul Altman, Humboldt, and Mrs. Anna Baumgartner. Callers in the home of Mrs. Gladys Pearson the past week were Marvin Pearson, Mrs. Art Kraft, Mrs. Gilbert Nickell, Mrs. Bert Martin, Mrs. Alfred Kleen, Mrs. Don Glazier, Mrs. Donald Clowes, Mrs. Tom Gimer, Mrs. Harold Klasse, Mrs. Otto Swanson and Mrs. Bill Clowes and Joni. Hy- Vee Buns \ Hamburger Hy-Vee or Coney 12 oz. can \Frying Chickens \ Family pack \17 or 24 piece Employee Owned i Fresh Crispy Calif. Carrots 1 lb. bag Freah Roasting Chickens 3'/z to 4 Ibs. - 49c Larsen Mixed Vegetables 00 We Soil Money Orders and Postage Stamps Drano cooked or raw Chili 4/*1149« 12 os. can Barbecue Sauce SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 611 FIRST AVENUE NORTH HUMBOLDT, IOWA 50548 Phon. 515 332-1840 BATHROOM TISSUE LARMIN 4BOLUPKG. I With coupon. S«lti Tax Mutt B< Paia on prlc.t without coupooj.43* Good **"•" Maroh 6 C-571 QUAKER I IC-583 AUNT JEMIMA I COMPLETE PANCAKE j 2 - |b - PKG - MIX | With j coupon I Silas Tix I Mult B« Palo on prlei ' without coupon; 69* Good thru March 5 CLIP THIS COUPON 45* CEREAL With coupon S*lt« T«x Mult B* "•JIT Good thru March without couconi (40 * CLIP THIS COUPON SOFT MARGARINE CHIFFON Mb. PKG. With coupon | S«l«l Tax Must e« paid on f ^ _..„. 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