The Humboldt Independent from Humboldt, Iowa on March 16, 1974 · Page 2
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Humboldt, Iowa
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Saturday, March 16, 1974
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ent Saturday, Match 18, Swing Choir The ninth grade Swing Choir is shown during a practice gession preparing for the production of 'J*x£*Mania' to be given March 19 and 20 at Humboldt Junior High Auditorium. First row, from left: Sue Erickson, Gaye Weiss, Evie Jensen, Carol Hefidrkkson, Mary Cahlll, Shelley Carter as Mrs. Pranzenpheffer, Barb Mcfiurney as the pianist, and Julie O'Donnell on saxophone. Second row: Lisa Fisher, Mary Raemakers, Karla Elwood, Dee Tabor, Kristoi Dodgen, Sandy Christensen, Dave Wederquist as Gregory, Joe Cherry as Mr. Pranienpheffer, Kevin Elwodd, Patty Shrahklen and Dan Lodden. Third row: Kirk Tellier, Dan Watnum and Greg Burkhart. Fourth row: Brian Lang, Jeff McCubbin, Steve Loomis, Terry Fischer and not pictured, Bill Stearns.—Independent Photo. iHiunninmiiinimitiiiinnniiinimiiiMiiiiiiiiNmnin arten round-up Elementary school officials in the Humboldt Community School District announced the dates for Kindergarten Roundup programs for children who will enter school in the fall, 1974. Prospective students in Dakota City and from the second street area in Humboldt Will attend a morning program on April 2 at Clyde D. Mease Elementary School, Dakota City. Prospective students from the remainder of the school district will attend one of two sessions at the Taft Elementary School in Humboldt according to the following schedule: Those with last names beginning A-K will meet at 9:30 on April 3. Those with last names beginning L-Z will meet at 1:30 on April 3. The names of prospective kindergarten youngsters have been gathered from school census lists, church classes, preschool classes and birth records. All known families having eligible students have been contacted. Parents who haVe not been contacted are asked to call the school nurse at Taft School, 332-3216. About 106 students are expected to enroll for classes in 1974. Roundup sessions will be directed by Ray Fisher, Curriculum Coordinator and Jody Eppley, elementary school nurse. The future kindergarten student's, will," •Sifw spend-the session in.Jh^mdergarten.dassrooijas, wMefi L parents complete forms and receive other information" relative to kindergarten classes. To be eligible to begin kindergarten in 1974. a child must-be five years of age by September 15,1974. A birth 5 certificate should be presented at the roundup sessions. § iiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiniiiiiiiitniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiuiiiiiifl Iowa Central grad study shows good job percentage Iowa Central Community College (ICCC), Fort Dodge, completed the 1972-73 college year with outstanding success in the job placement of their graduates, according" ' to James McNeal, community relations director. According lo the report, 98.2 per cent of the vocational- lochnical graduates who were available for employment are employed. Those "currently looking for work amounted to City an J. DIRECTORY DR. E. P. HANSEN Optometrist 9 to 12, 1 to 5 Daily Friday evening 7 to 9 Closed Thursday Afternoon Phone 332-2281-HumboIdt WAttREN H. SMITH, BROKER Real Estate-Insurance Farm Loans Telephone 332-1071 AcrossfroroUurootaTheatre OLSON ABSTRACT CO. Enid S. Day Phone 332-1593 - Humboldt 4 PR. K.G. PRIDE Chiropractor Of. Ph. 332-1504 House Calls Of. Hours: 9-12. 1-5 Daily Evenings: 7-9:30 Tues.&Fri. No Office Hours Saturday Neurocalometer & X-Ray Service Jto2-3rdSt.North-Humboldt T ' SISSON CARE CENTRE "Where caring makes the difference" 24-Hour Nursing Service Phone 332-1525-HumboIdt BEN MILLER Insurance Inc. Loans Insurance Legion Building Phone 332 3812 DR. DAVID W. HOVT Chiropractor Closed Thursdays Office 332-2755 Home 332-2660 405 Sumner, Humboldt Hours 9-12 a.m.-l:30-6 p.m. RODNEY 0. AMLIE Banker-Financial Specialist RFD 1, Humboldt Phone 332-1083 Representing The Farmers National Bank, Webster City Commercial State Bank, Pocahontas 1.8 per cent. Of the graduates employed, 87.5 per cent obtained jobs in Iowa with 54.6 per cent employed in the nine counties served by ICCC (Area V). Approximately 12 per cent of the gra'duates obtained jobs outside the. state of Iowa. Of prime importance to prospective students of ICCC is the fact that 91.9 per cent of the graduates are employed in occupations for which they received their training. Five per cent are in jobs related to their training. "This demonstrates that ICCC graduates are definitely using 'their acquired skills on the job," McNeal said. It was noted In the Job Placement Report that not all graduates were available for employment. Of the 364 graduates, 10.7 per cent were not available for employment at the time of the survey. The categorical breakdown of this group is as follows: Marriage, illness, etc. - 4.7 per cent; continuing school full time 4.9 per cent; entered Armed Forces - 0.3 per cent; and status unknown - 0.8 per cent. In 1973, the career program graduates had more opportunities for interviewing both on arid off campus than in previous years. Over 38 firms Tired Of High Prices ? Watch For The Walgreen AGENCY Coming to town soon... With Savings Galore Watch For It Need Life Insurance? A Disability Plan? An Investment Program? Let Lutheran Brotherhood Help You Lutheran Brotherhood now makes available complete financial services for Lutherans. Whether your need is for health or life insurance, a special retirement plan, or a short or long term investment program, Lutheran Brotherhood is designed to help you at a cost you can afford. Just check the items on I he coupon you'd like more informal ion about. Or discuss your particular financial needs with our representative. There's no obligation. Call: OTTO E. SCHAFER Bex 515 Humboldt, Iowa 50548 PHONE 332-1884 R«|isltred Riprtsentitivi of Luthinn Brothtrhood Stcuritits Corp. 0 D D D a 0 I would like free information about: Q Life Insurance G Retirement Income Plan D Disability Income Plan D Tax Sheltered Annuities HR-10 I would like a free prospectus for: 3 Lutheran Brotherhood Fund, Inc. D Lutheran Brotherhood Income Fund, Inc. Name Address State Mail coupon to: 'Zip' 0 0 D a D y Lutheran Brotherhood S [j Fraternal insurance for Lutherans n u 701 Second Avenue South, Minneapolis. Minnesota 55403 *• y!f«'tjWS foWrtjStfS w1lll fflfi'fiy filter' in claim, PeTitfon fiifed . • ^laimiff wifr mvtM fn. frttif . Martin lo s'rilrtfie* ,fe- the the 1973 thaft In < Trlere wete Whose Mgh the 19,000 . Sltf cBrefef high stnft- salaries! ( , ranging from Sf.OOO iff' |ft',ooo. It is ostimii(pfnM ICCC'S 1973 piiwr program graduates will earn approximately $1000.000 their first year of Nftuftnal ,»».... <T -.,-w "ht**: piatoilfT J fSW&ptoi'. r eeftt Iflter^t ttm Mipfcli ,1 vs. Claims Court 330-0374.Clarence Coleman, Gerald Cafenja'h, et all, vs. Ivan Prederi'ksen, aka Ivan FredeHcksin) Livermore, on demand of removing yourself from the property described W, rfeldt, getty L. plaintiff was awarded with Interest at -7 pef plus court costs ffflift Sfafeh St 285-0274 H. F. Sehuchmaflfl vs. Lew Herold. Default judgment entered against the plaintiff. 304-0274 Fashlonette vs. Dnrlene • Shiftier. Case dismissed March 12. 313-0274 Frederick- ft Breen vs. Doh Breeden. Judgment was made against the defendant for $150 plus 7 per cent Interest from March 12. 262-0174 Drs. Coddlngton, Northup, and Messirtgham vs. Laddie Jefgens. Case dismissed March 13. 138-1173 Dr. Dean C, Harmon vs. . Andrew Sehweirking. Case dismissed under rule March 13. «:•••.. 2-28 - Peter D. Urtfc, Speeding, $20 plus cdsjt;;, 11-30-73 • Thomas R. Amlte, Speeding, '$30 ,plus costs.'., . 3-7 • Thoftias lj. Nortntrjj, disobeyed stop sign, $1(5 plus, oosts. 2-16 -,Frafsk-E. MafclTant, inipro-per passing, $20 fMus oosts. 3-6 - Oliver J. Brady, speeding, $28 plus costs*. 3-8 - George H. Lawfer, Jr., speeding, $30 plus costs. 2-24 - Dale A. Stensland, speeding, $20 plus costs. 3-1 - Roger W.. Elwood, speeding, $25 plus costs. 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