The Humboldt Independent from Humboldt, Iowa on March 16, 1974 · Page 3
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The Humboldt Independent from Humboldt, Iowa · Page 3

Humboldt, Iowa
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Saturday, March 16, 1974
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the tfatttfohH tttdciBltfgfil, JttJte&JteAJBteMg*. -^ 'Bel Canto' Members of the girls chorus at Humboldt Junior High will have a big part in the ninth grade dpbnsdred production, 'Jazz-Mani' to be seen on the junior high auditorium stage March 19 and 20. First row, from left: Shelley Andersen, Billie Dowlittg, Tami Michael and Patty Shranklen. Second row: Julie O'ttonnell, Kathy Mather, Julie Crawmer, Leslie Schwierklng, Lisa Ebeling, Joni Sime, Sue Breeden and Vickie Sorenson, Third row: Christy Prior, Cindy Byro, Kim Olson, Patty Jacobsma, Diane Logue, Carol Toyne, Shelley McPherson, Annette Kirchhoff, Denise Watts, Annette^ Pride and Deb Hanisch. Not pictured, Joan Heider.-Indepertdent Photo. x - tt countries is NMtttfft gllhcr. The biggest dfifcrtlwe is in theif tongtifc Margarita's is jSn,ahia Roberta's is' 'guelitfi ^Margarita speaks English and Spanish, keber- ta ftol oftly Speaks English and Poftugeese, but also Spanish, this tfilenguality has been a big help to Roberta because she and Margarita are able to communicate much easier in the more familiar Spanish tongue. Roberta's' arrival was amidst oUf Sub zero temperatures in January. "It sure gets cold here*" she said. "1 never knew it fedlild ;get that cold." "Neithef' did I" added Margarita. "We are very close to the equator'.and it is warm all of the time." We can't tyarm the weather up for jrtfu (Roberta and Margarita\-but we are sure .your sfnileis will bring many warm frijijtidships. Judging from the rt«mber of people helping thfe' two explorers, they have ftnind Iowa weather can be cold; but the people are Warm, and friendly.—Kurt Stoebe. CYO Rutland! breakfast Over 150 students and parents turned out early Friday morning for a career education breakfast at Rutland School. Those attending the 7:30 a.m. event heard from an Iowa State University expert about the value of career education and its effect on the students and their future.—Independent Photo. Mease presents! 8th annual operetta ., „_ .••;..,< « <fr direction of music instructor Mrs. Milan ..Petras, Mease Elementary presented the 18th annual fifth ' included a cast of 9l with Keith Lathrop in the and sixth grade operetta March 15 in Humboldt Junior starring role. In prior years the operetta was High School Auditorium with a standing room only presented in Star Ballroom at Dakota City.—Indepen- crowd. The production, 'Tom Sawyer', under the dent Photo. dance ." A StrPatriCk's Day Dance is being, sponsored by St. Mary's CYO. The dance will begin at 7:30 p!m. and last until 10:30, Sunday, March 17. The band "Home Grown," Fort Dodge, will play for the dance with admission at $2. , CYO's Lenten Specials have begun for Lent "74." The specials are held each Tuesday, 7:15 a.m. The first two , speakers have been: Pastor Carol] Lang, and Rev. Frank Burr. The next two speakers will be Pastor G. D. A. Engelhardt on March 19, andJSdfcMcMoiH! March 26. ih ' ff received neck injuries from a collision with Gertrude A. Pederson, 54, Humboldt, who also received a headache from the incident. Both womeji were taken to Humboldt County Memorial Hospital. The Pederson car was traveling north on Highway 169 Feb. 27, police reports show, and-made a left hand turn into the path of the Ludwig auto, which was traveling south on Highway 169. The Ludwig auto received $450 damage to the front end and the Pederson car received $275 damage to the right rear door and quarter panel. No charges were filed, officers said. Humboldt Newspapers regrets the error. Charges of improper left turn Were filed against Mary Ann Fisher, Humboldt, after she allegedly turned in front of Norva Jean Tibke, 26, Humboldt, on Highway 169 Feb. 16. The Fisher auto sustained an estimated $500 damage to the right side, rather than $400 as earlier slated, and the Tibke car sustained $150 damages to the right front. Your Classified Ad Number is 332-2514 CARE youths plan musical E. Daman, activity director of the care centers, states that "the adopt a Grandparent program is off to a good start." Election of officers was held as follows: Cathy Fisher, president; Joanne Parle, vice president; and Connie Stephen, secretary. A name suggested by Joanne Parle was chosen for the group. It is CARE (Care About R Elderly). A chorus has been selected from the group - called "The Grandchildren" under the direction of Jack Daman. A musical program will be given March 18, 7:30 p.m., at the north care center and March 26 at 7:30 p.m. at the south care center. * Girls (Continued from Page 1) or a party then we can go alone." "We have lots and lots of parties too!" exclaimed Margarita. Mavbe life in South America is not so bad after all. Among differences between South America and the United States that they anticipated was one pertaining to a faster-paced life. South Americans spend more time together as a family and the manv diverse activities Correction There was i an error in Wednesday's Republican on the Humboldt accident reports. The correction is as follows: Shirley <Ludwig, a passenger in a car driven by Merel D. Ludwig, 37, Rutland, Prophetic Bible Conference at Oak Hill Baptist Highway 169 South Rev. Paul Obinger Guest Speaker SUNDAY, MARCH 17 9:15 a.m. Rev Obinger will answer questions on the prophetic theme. 10:3<Uv.!Ti. Morning Worship ,, "r •?'; ^Message — "The Believer's Hppe" ; <<?—« 7:00 p.m. Concluding, Service of the Prophetic Confer• ence Message — "The Second Coming of Christ God's Program for the Jewish People." Oak Hill Baptist Highway 169 South Everyone Welcome - Bring the Family UP FOR SOME DOWN FOR OTHERS Some drugs will have the exact opposite reaction when taken by one class of people than it will when taken by others. For example, one well known drug that acts as a stimulant to the adult system will have a calming effect when it is taken by children. This one drug is therefore used for two completely different responses. Many factors can influence the use of the same Arug. Age, weight, sex, race, etc. So you can readily understand from this why it can be very dangerous to take a medicine 11 physician has prescribed for someone else. YOU OR YOUR DOCTOR CAN PHONE US when you need a delivery. We will deliver promptly without extra charge. 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