The Humboldt Independent from Humboldt, Iowa on March 23, 1974 · Page 3
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The Humboldt Independent from Humboldt, Iowa · Page 3

Humboldt, Iowa
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Saturday, March 23, 1974
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Tuesday Club meets .< . * .. J»» ' 1 1 • ' ^^ Ella Weber Wei Wfth B1W Wefeer Mafch IS', With 11 members present. ' Mlnhie Davidson had the Ussm Art and craft days at the library Were discussed with each member to take cookies. A card for Elsie Fisher was signed. Plans were made for^the spring luncheon. Mr. atid" Mrs. Don Carroll and family) and Susan Carol) were Monday evening dinner fruests in the Bill Hardcopf home in honor of Roger Hardcbpi and Bruce Carroll 6n their confirmation day. t Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hardcopf St., and children, Owatonnia.v Minn., and Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Arends were Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. .Robert Hardcopf. Senior Citizens met Tuesday, March 12, in City Hall. Twentytwo members and , four guests, Mr. and Mrs. :Pete Rube'ry, Fort Dodge; ;; Dorothy Arend, Algona; and •Pat Hardcopf were present. Wiima Baskerville, Clara McClellan, .Daisy Rentz, Luella Swinter and Cora Hippen won prizes; Dorothy Arends explained abouj, the county organization of senior citizens. Three representatives of the club were voted to be informed of the benefits that are available seniors like getting meals on wheels through the school when needed. Ladies voted in were Jessie Stripling, Faye Lichty . and Violet Dimler. Violet Dimler also served lunch. A. Hollands return from Texas trip BODE— Mr. and Mrs. Archie Holland returned Wednesday, March 13, from a two month visit, in the home of their daughter, Joan, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Price and Chad at Sulphur, La. During the stay they visited, the Herbert Larsons in San Antonio, Tex. Larson is a former Bode 4, resident and he and Rollan<j 3 are cousins. They #!so toured ?,the LBJ ranch west of Austin, • Guests of Jessie Stripling Sunday were her daughters, Norma, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kassel, Jeremy and Pam, Grand Meadow, Minn.; Marcia, Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Arends, Joni, Lori and Mark. The Arends were supper guests of his sister, Mr. and Mrs. Mel Schroeder, Fort Dodge. Saturday and Sunday Verlaine Johnson and Junior Hardcopf visited with Sadie Johnson at Armstrong. Commercial pancake-supper was a success, serving 270 people. Faye Lichty won the pampered in pink .weekend in Minneapolis. Lillie rfesse entertained Dr. and Mrs. Norman Hesse, Mr. arid Mrs. Gary Anderson and Jackie, all of Des Moines, for Sunday dinner. Dr. Hesse will go to the western region next week to be an acting assistant director for 10 days. Supper guests were Rev. and Mrs. E. Mrs. Cleo Gullixson, Mrs. Ellen Kinseth and Mrs. Vina , Rossi ng attended a 1 o'clock luncheon in the home of Mrs. Franklin Jaqua, Humboldt, Friday, March 15. Bode Woman's Club met in the home of Mrs. Phyllis DeBoom Friday afternoon, March 15. Details were discussed concerning attendance of the spring county meeting at Renwick, the last field trip of the club and the theme' for next fall's program. Mrs. Joan Thompson had inspiration and news. Mrs. Jennie Lomen and Mrs. Thora Kinseth returned Friday, March 15, from their . Dr.. 'and Mrs. A. E. ' Siekmeier, Storm Lake, former Bode residents became the parents of a son, Paul Anthony, born Feb. 27. The Siekmeiers have two other sons, John and Mark. stay this winter in California. They visited their son and brother, Karlyn Lomen, in Brea, Calif., and their daughter and sister, Alice, in San Rafeal. They traveled by plane. Saturday Mrs. Kinseth accompanied the Wayne Sennes of Des Moines to Titonka to celebrate her daughter's, Janice, birthday. Young Matrons Circle met in the home of Mrs. Don Wagner. The March lesson was given by Mrs. Don , Johnson. J. WttirsparVn of Aurelia. It .was Lillie Hews Wfihiay' Monday arYd she received many gifts. Circle 11 of United Methodist Ladies Aid met with Veia Wolf March 13. Nine members were present, Ludnda Sl6fte had devotions and Violet Goetsch the Iess6ft. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Schipull and family and mother, Dora, spent Sunday in Mankato, Minn., visiting Mr. and Mrs. Dale Schipull. Mrs". Melvin Marty had a birthday dinner for her husband, March 7. Those attending were Mrs. Marty's mother, Mrs. William Hartwig, Fort Dodge, Melvin's mother and brother, Kenneth, and Melvin's son, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Marty and Patricia. Friendly Neighbor Club met With Judy Wilkinson, Kanawha, March 12, with seven r members attending. Goodwill Club members entertained their husbands with a 'politick Supper at 6:30. Twenty attended the executive 'committee. Luella Blumer, Edna Reding, Thelma .Hurlburt and Betty Johnson had charge. Entertainment was Bingo. Kiwanfe Popcorn 4 pre-measured pkgt. *1.00 with the purchase of one , case of popcorn (12 boxes) a FREE season ticket to see the Kiwanis spoosored Travel & Adventure series. An historic and scenic visit to New England Wednesday, March 27 ... Highlight of New England and a never to be forgotten trip to Scotland, Wednesday, April 24 ... A New Look at Scotland. Popcorn also available at Ken's Standard HumboWt Co. Umber Tom't Standard Jennings CloHilen HHHop66 Kood't Super Valu Wick's Dairy King Humboldt Ce. Credit Fqen's Pancake & Sausage Sapper March 23 .m. $1.50 per person All proceeds (or Little League Program Serving in Bode Legion Club 4^w 4B> ^^ ^&9foiF ^F flfr w^MWF R. Kinseths, Ottosen, host rural carriers satuf dftfr March &», 19? 4. at- Of TOSEN-Mf. afitf Richard Rinseth were day evening hosts 't6 Letter Carriers. Thoie tending were Mr. ahd Ray Mills, Renwick, Smith, Earl Vought, Humboldt, Maurice McOee, Livermore, Emmet Bradley, Mrs. Roy Entler, Rutland, and Mrs. Fred Fanta, St. Joe. Auxiliary members were encouraged to embroider their name on their quilt block and send to state president, Mrs. Wallace CbX, Leland. Following the separate auxiliary and carrier meetings, 600 was played. Prizes were given to Mrs. Ray Mills, Virgil Smith, Mrs. Roy Entler and Earl Vought. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Long were Saturday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Kellner, ; Livermore. They attended the evening hotse sale at Eagle Grove. Karen Kinseth, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kinseth, wtfs a surgical patient at Trinity Regional Hospital Wiist, Fort Dodge, Friday. She; returned to her home Saturday afternoon Where she /Will spend a few more days recovering. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Meyer and family, Algona, were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ke'rmit Fowler. Sunday afternoon and luncheon guests of Mr. and Mfs. Eugene Hoflus were Mr. antf Mrs. Floyd fliaettfl, Algdfia, and Mr. and Mfs. CtofenC* Bauer, West fiehd. Mf » Sftfl Mrs. Hoy Itoockson wefiStfffttey sapperiueMs of Mrv ami Mrs. J«*k Ibseftel. HftVeloxik. ' •'" Mrs. Bessie Cdbfter remains a Dfttieht,at'trinity Regional Hospital East at fort Dodge. Tuesday visitors in tfte Richard' Krause home, Lu Verne, were Mr. and Mrs. Louis Jacobson afid Becky and Mrs. Edward Kinnel. The ninth birthday of Shelly Krause wns observed. Visitors in the Mike Goyle hdffte this past week were Herbert Coffin, Mrs. Loren Daniel, Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Mogler, Mrs. OHanna Vinaas, and Mrs. W. J. Bennett, West Bend. Saturday overnight guests of the Louis Jacobson family were Mr. and Mrs. Howard Klemme and girls, Hubbard. Sunday the Jacobsons dinner guests were their daughters, Pat and Brenda, and a friend, Anne Davis, Des Nfaift«s t ,-Mnnie, Forest Oft?, Stftfi JoKsnsoU, Estherville, and Mfs: Edward Zinnel. Renwick Last weekend Mrs. Reva Weyer accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Jim Weyer and family, Clear Lake, to Sioux City where they visited In the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roger „ Mf» — Mrs, ffiftfi* Artdetson nit Leslie AfflteMon, Wafrf ftgtW, Wash., at fcet Moiitei Airport. H« came to atttfw the funeral 6f Thomis Anderson,WeMe* City, fiiM in Eylers Funeral Home, Clarion, Monday afteYntfofi. Thomas Anderson was tfie father of Duane and Leslie*! READ THE WANT ADS Happiness is». . to know the Savior, Oak Hill Baptist Church Highway 169 South Henry B. Nelson, Pastor Sunday, March 24 9:15 a.m. Sunday Bible School. 10:30 a.m. Morning Worship. Message: "True Worship." 7:00 p.m. Evening Praise Service. Film: "Conflicto de Carlos" THE CHURCH WITH A WARM WELCOME! Tune in to "Spiritual Footnotes" each Saturday at 5:55 p.m.KHBT-FM. Spring Opening U-Z-Boy YOUR BODY IS WORKING VERY HARD! Need a good reason to take extra good care of your health? Here's a typical day thai a body puts in. Heart beats 103,689 times you breathe 23,040 times you inhale 438 cubic feet of air you speak 4,800 words nails grow .000046 inch you eat 3.25 Ibs. of food you drink 2.9 quarts of liquid you lose .875 pounds of waste you move 750 muscles your hair grows ,01714 Inches. __ - _ i ^. .,-: you exercise 7,000,000 brain cells" - -:-.- To keep your body in lop shape you should see your physician for regular checkups and at the first symptoms of an illness. YOU OR YOUR DOCTOR CAN PHONE US when you need a delivery. We will deliver promptly without extra charge. A great many people rely on us for their health needs. We welcome requests for delivery service and charge accounts. Register for free Bunny Give Dad a La-Z-Boy 0 Reclina-Rocker 9 PHARMACY PHARMACY DOWNTOWN! ^332-12-46 DOCTORS PARK DRIVE-UP WINDOW 332-3421 Many styles and fabrics to btcnd with Romombcr the St. Mary's Style Show Saturday, March 23, at the Morehousc Fellowship Hall Humboldt. MARTIN HOME INTERIORS, INC. Phone 332-3316 HUMBOLDT, IOWA 50548 Notice to Rural Humboldt County Residents To whom it may concern: This notice is a reminder to the residents of Humboldt County that the practice of dispoasl and/or burning of rubbish, trees, and other foreign material within the R.O.W. limits of the Secondary Road System of the County is a violation of the Code of Iowa. Also in violation is the practice of removing gravel or crushed rock from County roads for personal use. * Any person responsible for the above violations may be subject to prosecution under the laws of the state. For this reason we are asking these people to cease these activities in the future. We appreciate and thank you for your cooperation in these matters. HmtoUt Conty Engineer's Office New Hours For Humboldt Co. Sanitary Landfill Monday 9 to 3 p.m. Wednesday 9 to 3 p.m. Saturday 9 to 3 p.m. REGULATIONS Open burning prohibited. Dump only at designated area. Scavenging prohibited. Report any hazardous wastes. - .; Limit of 10 cu. yds. from one source [except with special permit from James Carter, Humboldt County Sanitarian]. Refuse shall arrive in- a covered container or vehicle. Brush shall be tied securely to transporting vehicle. Landfill for use of Humboldt County residents only. All previous regulations remain in effect. These Regulations are to Prevent Unlawful Uttering Humboldt County Sanitary Landfill Commission

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