£ ; fc. tent, Satuf;day t .Maf ch 16, J-Ht Singers Humboldt Junior High School ninth graders will present "JazaS-Mania" Tuesday and Wednesday evenings, March 19 and 20, at Junior High Auditorium. The choral and instrumental show will feature Bel Canto, the girls group; the swing choir and the J-Hi Singers, under the direction of H. Milo Hall. Above pictured is J-Hi Singers, first row, from left: Dave Wederquist, Vicki Christertsen, Holly Curran, Kent Westphal, Brian Lang and Kris Smith. Second row: Steve Donovan, Lisa Friesth, Chris Garrison, Kevin Elwood, Lori Mick and Dan Lodden. Not pictured, Sandy Leonard.—Independent Photo. Livermore center becomes more and more successful The Friends and Neighbors Club, Livermore, will meet for a potluck dinner at 12 noon, Wednesday, March 20, at the center. Guests will be the mayor, councilmen and wives. On the planning committee are Florence Altman, Carmen Wagner, Viola Boosalis and Mary Klein. Quilting has begun with shifts in the morning, afternoon and possibly some evenings. Anyone wishing to participate in this project should either come to the center or call Margaret Wcyer to be assigned a time. Plans and committees for the appreciation open house to be held on Sunday, April 21, were announced by Florence Rutz, general chairman of the event. Discussion was held about the extent of L Johnsons end California visit HARDY—Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Johnson returned home Saturday from a .^.three-week's.; vacation .trip. They visited their daughter, Carol Ann Johnson, at Alameda, Calif. En route home they went to Phoenix, Ariz., where they visited in the home of her brother, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Ersland, and also Mr. and Mrs. Ed Swift, Mr. and Mrs. Orville Nervig and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Thomas. Mr. and Mrs. Mike McDermott, Lu Verne, are parents of a baby boy born Friday, March 8, in Humboldt County Memorial Hospital. The baby weighed six pounds and 14 ounces and has been named Aaron Michael. There is a sister, Lisa, to welcome him at home. 'Grandparents of the baby are Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Brock, of near Hardy, and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence McDermott, Thor. Mrs. Marvin Anderson and Mrs. Donald Anderson, Dawn and Denice attended a bridal shower Tuesday evening in the library at Renwick in honor of Mrs. Ronald Olmstead, Clarion, who was the former Kathy Pogge, of near Renwick. finishing detail on the building before the April 21 occasion, inasmuch as the prime goal of the club is to redeem the indebtedness that remains on the building and maintain operating capital. The building is, of course, a realization of much time, effort, physical and financial contributions of interested area citizens. Many fund-raising projects are in the hopper but contributions continue to be .gratefully accepted. Family Nile continues to attract crowds. Twenty-four new chairs have arrived so that even larger crowds can be accommodated. Debbie Tilton was the winner of the two fish dinners at JT's Restaurant in Uvermore donated by John Thomas and Tom Waldron as the prize for -the free'bingp;game: . ;; . ; \i The • prize foiv,flext week's free bingo game will be a bag of groceries. Family Nile occurs each Wednesday night beginning at 8 p.m. The Gift Bar is equipped with handmade gift items for every occasion and they are available to the public. They may be purchased at the time of the meetings or by calling Mrs. Ernie Logue at 379-1223. The display case was donated to the club by Leonard Rosenau. Cable T.V.2nd \Anniversary Special Thanks to all our many customers for the support you have given us for the past two years. FREE Installation of first outlet or reconnect. if Choose from 7 stations if Local time and temperature 24 hours a day * F.M. hook-up Limited time for free installation March 18 to April 1 Numboldt Cable T.V. Phone 332-3035 Mon.-Fri. 8:30-12:00 and 1-5. Sat. 8:30-12:00. to sell bake g American fill have & fowl and bake sate at the .Laundromat, Saturday, March 28, 0 a.m. until ndom All members are asked to donate $2 in food or baked items to* ttl&Mrife ar $3 Ifl, cash. S&ef^fhuT, Viola Frideres and Mary Jafte Origer are co-chairmen of the, etfent. , L , Thirty.flv« \ members attended the joint potlucfe supper of the 'Legion and St. Joe Boy Scouts collect newspapers ST. JOE-St. Joe Boy Scouts are collecting newspapers as a spring ecology and fund raising project for the next five weeks with April 1 set as the deadline. The newspapers .will be collected at the Leon SchOo home in St. Joe and will be accepted packed in paper sacks. Mrs. Leon Schoo and Mrs. Albert Becker are leaders for the nine area boy scouts and they meet every Tuesday after- noon after school in the Schoo home.' ' . Mf. and Mrs; Frank Hilbert returned hdrtte Monday from a two-week vacation trip to Tampa, Fla, En route home they spent the weekend with relatives in Chicago, III. Mr. and" Mrs. Dennis Farrell and janelle, Iowa City, spent the weekend here in the home of Mrs. Farrell's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Orville Wagner. '';' '"' Atff»et!v,e placefftais w,6fe Mary the Opportunity Livermofer " . . „ , The subscription fof "The lowan" has again been renewed for the Liverfflore school from- the Auxiliary. A 16-year old girl at the Woodward-State Hbspital has been adopted by the unit and will be provided with a monthly ca'nteen book and gifts for special occasions. Members will donate small items for an Easter basket to be prepared for mailing at the next meeting, April 2. The committee for the potluck were Marie Wilson, Maxine McPeak,, Wilma Eisenbarth and Florence Hofer. The entertainment committee was Evelyn Seagren, Christine Michelson and Dora Gronbach. Tom and friends Starring in Friday night's production of 'Tom Sawyer', the 18th annual Mease filth and sixth grade operetta are, from left: Mark Christensen as Huck Finn, Keith Lathrop as Tom Sawyer, and Todd Ellgren as .Toe Harper. The boys, along with 88 of their classmates, performed before a standing room only crowd, under the direction of school's music instructor, Mrs. Milan Petras who has initiated the annual productions at Mease.-tndependent Photo. LIMITED OFFER WHEN YOU BUY ONE OF OUR QUALITY WESTERN MOBILE HOMES, WE WILL ARRANGE FOR 60 DAYS OF FREE PARK RENT AT BURR OAKS MANOR MOBILE HOME PARK IN ALGONA, IOWA. 30 ACRES OF PARK SPACE RIGHT NEXT DOOR TO OUR SALES CENTER. OFFER GOOD FROM WEDNESDAY, MARCH 13th THROUGH SATURDAY, MARCH 23rd. — 10 BIG DAYS ONLY — (Not Open On Sunday) ON ALL MOBILE HOMES IN STOCK, INCLUDING OUR FIRST IOWA SHOWING OF ALL THE NEW 1974 WESTERN & SHENANDOAH MOBILE HOMES. 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