The Humboldt Independent from Humboldt, Iowa on March 23, 1974 · Page 10
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Humboldt, Iowa
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Saturday, March 23, 1974
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* t H tt-Nu dub meets Thursday of ternoon .JOE--Mfs, ttei-maft a gttest Thursday 3 afternoon when Mrs. Adeline -•Wagner entertained R-N» five Hundred Club. Receiving V prizes were Mrs. Sylvester ; Wagner, Mrs. N. i, Weydert ••,' and Mrs. Herman Becker, i^s,, Rosalia lllg. entertains the"club"March 28. r Mrs. Kenneth Hermann. I Marc and Eric, spent this f w,eek .with her sister and t ,« ,l?fother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. K'Ron Bartnore and Jennifer. (' who moved Thursday from !>• Cedar Rapids to Des Moines. ( Bortnann drove to Des Moines I Thursday to help and bring fj his family home. I Harold Reding spent this week in ^Washington, D.C., with ^.Congressman Wiley Mayne' who met with his I Farm Advisory Committee. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Reding, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Reding juvij Mr. and Mrs. Orville Wagner spent Wednesday in Rochester, Minn., with Mr. and Mrs. Ed Besch. Besch has been a patient in St. Mary's Hospital for the past six weeks. The Besch's, formerly from Whittemore, moved the first of ,the year to Algona. Barbara Wagner, Omaha, Neb., spent this weekend hefe With her patents, ttt. and Mrs, Orville Waghefi Miss Wanger is on the Millftfd High School faculty. Mf. and Mrs. Alphfthse Befte mwned hwffif Oft Saturday *fU>r»wcw» from a two month's wiirt«* vacation in swrthwi Mr. Nbli< Ndttcii heir tulMI 6l du* ting hiftri'ri. iiMli* ot tehich a~ff»tt hi* At hit *ilv. HjM frwn »nd * trip \t» southern stat«*. Mr. and Mrs. David McGuire w«r* called to Detroit, Mich., due to the serious illness of her mother. Mrs, R, D. Isaac, McGuW returned home and Mrs, McGuire remained for a longer stay. Dwighl KoMhaas was the winner of the Chevron Afghan made and donated to the Catholic Daughters, Court St. Joseph, by Mrs. Susie Kohlhaas. The drawing took place on Sunday morning at the CD A bake sale. Delmer Plathe is a patient in Kossuth County Hospital following an accident Friday afternoon while he was' loading beans with an auger sweeper on the farm. Hardy residents •.W'."' . • f attend wedding ;? ' HARPY—Saturday, March • 16, Mr', and Mrs. Arthur • Skiye, Mr. and Mrs. Larry i Rasmussen, Mr. and Mrs. ; Alfred Rasmussen and the ' Virgil Rasmussen family ; attended the 3 p.m. wedding of Joyce Johnson, daughter of ' Mr. and Mrs. Russell Johnson, , Eagle Grove, and David Jean s; Blanc, Eagle Grove, in Corpus Christi Church at Fort Dodge. They also attended ' the '• : reception which followed in • Walton Clubhouse. The " bride is a sister of Mrs. Virgil Rasmussen of near Hardy. Mrs. Jessie Mandsager received word of the death of . her sister, Mrs. Bertha ' Greenley,'Lake Worth, Fla., ; Saturday. The deceased is i Wjo^n b.y many people in this f jfejja^she has visited Mrs, ManHsager several times. She <•< formerly lived at Eagle Grove 11 when she was married to the late Mr. Hobbett. •< Sunday afternoon visitors '•' in the Marvin Anderson home , were Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hippen and family, Thor, Mr. ', and Mrs. Sanford Anderson, Renwick, and Mrs. Gerald ""Anderson, Minneapolis, Minn. ,,• Mr. and Mrs. Carl Spell- 'meyer, Cynthia and Brian, Humboldt entertained Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Skiye, Hal • and Jay, at a dinner in Imperial Cafe at Bode Sunday ' in honor of the Spellmeyer's wedding anniversary. The Skiye family then spent the • afternoon in the Spellmeyer home and were lunch guests. Mrs. Jay Olson went to Eagle Grove Thursday to assist her mother, Mrs. Ottie .. Oxdahl, in serving her church ,. circle which she ente£tained in her home. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Nelson, Golden Valley, Minn., spent the weekend in the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Nelson. Other guests in the Nelson home Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Gary Fisher and Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Loaning, Eagle Grove, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Lonning, Fort Dodge and Mr. and Mrs. Orville Nervig, Hardy. Mrs. Gudrun Andersen, Hardy, Mr. and Mrs. Nick Andersen, Brett a_nd Bruce, Osage, and Mr. "and Mrs. Duane Sampson, Thor, were dinner and lunch guests Sunday in the home of Mrs. ; Betty Andersen, Humboldt. Mr. and Mrs. Leland Swan and Marshall, Hardy, and Mr. ; and Mrs. Rex Schoonover and family, Guthrie Center, were / dinner guests Sunday in the ' home of their parents, Mr. •,and Mrs. Floyd Swan, Renwick. Mrs. Dean James, Hardy, 4 ; and her sister-in-law, Mrs. ' Keith Baessler, Renwick, attended a miscellaneous pre-nuptial shower in Im..'. manual Lutheran Church at V Livermore Tuesday evening honoring Cheryl Kissinger, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Kissinger, Livermore. Miss • Kissinger will marry Merlin Graaf, Von of Mr. and Mrs. : Raymond Graaf, Livermore in the near future. Debbie Hefty, who is a student at ICCC at Fort Dodge, spent the weekend in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hefty. Saturday Miss Hefty accompanied her parents t«> Jo\y»': ' • City to see their son, John, . who is a patient at University Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. James Lerdal visited Firday and Saturday in the home of their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Bill James, at Williamsburg. They also visited their son, James, Jr. in Iowa City. Mrs. Clarence Meyers visited Friday afternoon with her sister-in-law, Mrs. Malcolm Helvick, at Humboldt County Memorial Hospital where she was a surgical patient. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Johnson visited Sunday afternoon with her mother, Mrs. Odessa Ersland in Friendship Haven Health Center at Fort Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. Johflsont visited Sunday evening fn we home ' of his sister, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Gangstead, at Eagle Grove. Junior UMYF was held in United Methodist Church at Renwick Sunday evening. Those attending from this area were Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Skiye and Jay, Steve Rasmussen, Kay Larson, Barbara May and Bruce Schipull. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Baessler, Tom and Mike, Renwick, were supper guests Saturday in the home of his sister, Mr. and Mrs. Dean James and family. Julie James,' Paul James and Douglas James were also supper guests. Cindy Wergeland, who is a student at University of Northern Iowa in Cedar Falls, spent the weekend in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Wergeland and family. Myron Clancy, Lyle Kitley and Lyle Cathcart attended a 6:30 dinner and meeting in Hillcrest Restaurant at Hum- boldl Tuesday evening which was sponsored by the Garst and Thomas Pioneer Seed Corn Company. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Reichter, Kanawha, visited Saturday evening in the parental Clarence Meyers home. David Nielsen, who is a freshman at Iowa State University in Ames, spent the weekend in the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Nielsen. He came to attend the surprise party for Keith Baessler, the music director in the Boone Valley •School at Renwick. Bode ^ Mrs. Edith Alexander, Eagle Grove, visited in Mrs. Nora Quill's home Saturday afternoon. She also called on Mrs. Bertha Federson, her aunt, who returned from the hospital that afternoon. She accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Harold Gunderson, who called en Mr. and Mrs. Carlisle Halsrud. Halsrud has returned honiu from St. Mary's Hospital in Rochester. Mrs. Leiand Templeton, the former Charlotte Olson, daughter of H. M. Olson, died in Gait, Calif. Word of her death was received Monday., March 11. She is d bv her husband, one Wit HOtlt ABSrtNlStRAttOV Prabit* N«. $R85-ft$?4 IN THfc ntSTRfCt COURT OF THE Sf Af B OF lOtt-A IS' AND FOR Bt'MBOI.DT COUNTY In the mailer of the estate of Edward Zinnel, Deceased. Tn all persons interested in the estate of Rdwani Zinnel. Deceased: Vnu are hereby notified that on the Jftth day of March, 1974. the last will of K.lward Zinnel. deceased, hearing date <>>e Sth day of April. 1953, was A<1n>iticn" to prohfcle in the above named court and there will he no j>r<p«rM administration of the estate. You are further notifed that any artwn \» set asn'e said will must he htwicM in tKe t t l«;rirt court of said nwntr witnin on* .rear from (he date nf thr second puhlication of this notice or any such action thereafter will he forever barred. Ksted this 2011, day of March. 1971. fharlene Ohcrman Clerk of th- District Court Raker. Miller an>l Baker Attorney* for said Estate Hate of second publication: Thirtieth day of March. 197-1. 1.1R2 fITV rOfXCll. PROCKEhlNCS BOOK. IOWA Council met March 6. 1974. all members present except Matheson. Minutes read and approved. The following motions carried: That Mayor Curry enter into ,<n agreement With the League of Municipalities for ordinance codification. To have available $100.00 for the Little League if needed. Due to increase of operating expenses, the rent for the use of the City Hall basement be raised to $15.00. Council approved the Street Finance Report. There wa* a discussion on installation of a public telephone in the City Hall basement, decision was negative because of the cost. Clerk was asked to post Mayors Proclamation that all dogs be confined on their owner's premises: not to run :it large-from March 1st to November Following bills were allowed: Hooker Supply Co.. Fire limes $368.00 llaxel Olson, Library Hooks. 14.90 Salmon Standard 137.63 Iowa Public Service 278.86 Farmers Elevator 50.40 Dwaine Weydert 126.06 Olson Repair 73.20 N.W. Hell Telephone Co 12.46 Howard Curry. Mileage and Meeting 18.45 Dwaine Weydert 64.47 Alvin Rakken 45.47 Darrell Johnson. Supplies 42.87 Utility Equipment Co.. Repairs 628.67 daughter, her father, brothers: Ronald, James and Curtis, and sisters: Lucille, Thclma, Melba, Ahada, Jorine and Mildred. Funeral services were held Thursday, March 14, 'in Galti , ,- . Renwick Saturday and Sunday guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Swan were Mr. and Mrs. Rex Schoonover, Tracy and Julie, Guthrie Center. Other guests for Sunday dinner were Mr. and Mrs. Leland Swan and Marshall, Hardy. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Larson and Mr. and Mrs. William Helmke were Sunday dinner and lunch guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Helmke, Humboldt. They were celebrating the llth birthday of Carmala Helmke. Ernest Pergande returned home Saturday following surgery in Humboldt County Memorial Hospital Tuesday. Sunday visitors in the home of Ernest Pergande were August and Henry Pergande, Lu Verne. Ift*« Pfllhltr 8cf vfe« Salmon Standard Htimholdl Printing Co ' 4W.9) 3030 14.84 u'7,Sfl 123 10 28.00 SuBtfe etn,v 98 60 adjourned I.tiellle TorReMon Clerk •- IH:Mfilf»l.ftT COl NTV B^Aftb (IF EMtATION FINANCIAL STXtEMKNf KXPKNmTt'RF.S FOR THE YEAR 1973 Adams, Jack. Sal $14,78423 Adam*. Jaek, Ml* i. B<p . fST.S* Advanced System* Inf AV '' Supp. . .' . . . . 1.241.57 Alexander Eleclrnnlcs AV n Supp .......... 458.26 Alexander Graham Bell Assor.. Rook 18.95 American Guid. Serv. Sp. Ed. Supp ........ 189.18 A«oc. Hosp. Serv., Ins. Prom...... . 3,07? 20 Audio Vis. Ed. Sys.. Inc., A V Supp. ...... 83.57 Audio-Vis. Narrative Arts, Film ...... 45.50 Auditor of Stale. Audit. 58.13 Hankers Life. Ins. I'rom.. 1,797.00 lleltnnp Electronic* Corp... Rep. . 119.59 Hen Franklin Stores. Op. £ T.MR Supp. , .. 23.76 Hrrgeman Photos. AV :• Supp, ..... ..... ... dt.79 Mur. of Ed. Res. &• Serv.. Tests . ... 221.77 Roller Paper Co., Mimeo • paper .......... 309.50 Cenlral Life Assur. Co., Annuity :••• .•...- - 50.00 Chronicle Ouid. Pub.. Inc.. 1C hrtol. itt SeW. help, Good, ,,LaurtltelectfBn!c», Cables. iJttto* fel, ]Pik.l gf. ' I3.8o 67.29 ' Of annef, fl. Grunts Sl«tt«tl,.fH«,, < ' a p. fei. saflhw. j ? 1 H *Tnf, ?Rlil> &., Mfe. & **>'C ?<fc,'V<'' v*' 1 -"'"" WsM^*W<L.' jMe5JJp 1 A|os', Iffi6tv Dick Hllck.tSf ft Supp Dixoni Humboldt Co Lbf Cf., Lbr* 10.89 Economy Httftaf$rafts Sp F.d Suttp, * 24 31 Fd Consult AHsoc Inc. In Service IHp. 212.50 Ed Prod Inf. fcxch Insl. EPIE membership 50.00 Kd Studies t fitv ARC Inxenl , ! '24.02 Ed Teeh Service ( o "ry Ink. 15.90 Ed Progress Sen Guides forAV 21.65 Eilers, Virginia, Sal. 9,120.60 Eilers, Vlrgifl'tii, Mlg. * Exp. 862.26 Elgin School Sujip. Co.. Tally Counter. 5.60 Ellis, Patrick, Sal 14.183.70 Ellis. Patrick.'Mlg. & Exp. 1.366.85 Ene. Rrit. Ed. fjorp.. Film Loops...,, 32.15 Evans, Mildred. Sal 5,555.00 Exceptional Parent, Subsc. 10.00 EyeOate ttouse, AV Supp.. 656.6B Fidlar ft Chambers. W-2 forms......;' , 9.18 Oarith Prod, Co., Inc., AV , Supp 156.20 General Rinding f/orp., AV ' Supp.. ;••'.'... ' 49.23 Gibson Prod/Col.bp. Supp. 1.44 Hnerttaftn £»»*" §*n. >l Election Supp. HnrtH, M*irgSfet,Silll. S«l. . Hood, rfarftJWtt Mljf. & > Exp r . Humboldt Cornm, Schw6l, Support tot Sp. fid. & Ml* > , \< Humboldt Co, Aud., Elettion K"P IZE.fs' Humboldt .PHflt. C6., Ptib. * Supp. 26f.8l IDEAS, Sp. Ed. Supp, 20.SS Inlernat'l Bus Mach. dorp, Maim Agfeement 97.66 IDS Life Ins. & Ahniilty Co., Annuities 5,400.00 la. Assnc. of Schools BdS., Dues* Plaques, 68.46 la. Emp. Sec. Comm., PICA 8,520.28 la. Parcel Serv., Inc., Shipping for AV '... 3.4ft fa. Pub. Emp. Rel.,tPfiRS. 3,300.90 Jensen. Muriel, Sat 3,825.05 Journal of Learning Dls., 10.00 Jt. Co. Sch. Sys., Cedar Rapids, AV Tapes 14.00 Jl. Co. Sch. Sys;, Fl, Dodge, ' Title II 2,907.80 juelfs. H.J., Mlg.. ........ ' 17.50 Kimhall Foundation, Cards. 3.10 Klipto Printing Co., Warrant Pad 2.73 Kunerl. James, Mlg 1,50 Latta & S«n, J. S., Table ' r . ,&Supp : 198.18 1,213.69 18.W ,38.71 MMtelson, RAgef, Miff. W-W«il C«fU Co., AV orf. Supp: Midwest Visual, Ren & , Miller Off, E<)Blp. to , Mfrtleo Serv. A Supp. Minn, Mining & Mig. Co., Spirit Misters .......... ' Montgomery W»W 4 Co., VAcUatn s*eep~e> . ...... M 4 S Sales Co., Off, Supp. Nasco, tMR Supj>. . f «t'l Aurf-VIs, Assoc., Inc., AVDlf. ..... ...... ..... Nt-w Readers Press* Subsc.. 1.20 13*2.96 31.88 115.65 1*40.46 176.63 25.19 18.00 4.50 §,*' Vl ' NYt Teactirng RMources, DflbnorfProg - - --. Pine Irtke AV Serv., Equip. & Serv. Conl P«»hontas Lbf Co., , PlyWAndforTMR....... Poch6nta* ftecofd- DerttoCraltet Share . blreelorles • Prtfter & Camera Store, Int, AVSupp Postmaster, Sumps ft Env. Pratt Ed. Media, fnc., AVSupp Psychological Corp., tests.. Saget, Carl, Sal Saget, Carl, Mlg A Exp.,.. Saul Studio, AVSupp Science Res. Assoc.. Inc., Tests Storey, Dr. Dolorei B., Fee. ft travel Slosson Ed. Pub., Inc., Score Sheets Smith Ins. Agency, Ins Sorensen, Nancy, Sal 18 ' 97 93?,W 224.47 122.97 11,043.38 802.91 235.98 241.93 35S.OO 5.00 776.71 7,760.82 l nomnsuww 0 '*"' -• --• -U.S. Oov. Printing Off., Prl« In*. 6n6fd«, V*rStee|?,E(i#l(i,Ml8..... Westefn Psych«l«it«l Sefv., Books—.^ WIltAn, Blanche, Sil...— Winter Haven Llont Rrt. r*oO'nd., feich, Mannils.. Zenith Heir. Aid Center., fnc.. Audloeups I* 9 - 85 Hlirnboldt Counly Tretsurer, maps 4.12 towel and true report oi claims »M«rti * »• County .Bo«d f* .«"•'& year' 1978 »» faffed W 218/13, School U*» o' t°*»- C«fl Hebner, President H. M. Grander, QUITTING BUSINESS Plumbing, & Heavy Equip Having bought a farm in Missouri, I will hold a complete closing out sale of all my Plumbing and Heating and Shop Equipment on the premisses located 3 blocks South of the Standard Oil Station on Highway #3 in Gllmore City, Iowa on... SUNDAY, MAR. 24, 1 P.M. BACKHOE . DITCH W/TCH A TRAILERS • 1968 Case G-530 Group T with Construction King Loader & Back Hoe, gas, new rubber, S.N.8294809. 1970 Ditch Witch Trencher, R-60, S.N.46Q35A, 790 hrs. t R-60 attachment, S.N.46033A; Ditch Witch 210 Hoe, S.N. 1475; Ditch Witch 135-292 Frost Chain; General 6-T. L.B. Trailer, tandem; 20' Tri-Axle machinery Trailer, brakes A lights; 2- 14-9.24 Used 6-ply Tractor Tires; ELECTRIC PIPE CUTTER & THREADER - Rigid 300 Power Threader with 3 sets of Quick Open Dies A Power Oilers; Numerous Hand Cutters & Threaders and Pipe Wrenches; WELDING EQUIPMENT - Lincoln #250 I deal arc Welder with AC/DC Reverse, A-l; 250 ft. of Heavy Welding Lead; 1 set of Air Products, large tanks, 02 and Acetylene with Smith Products Cutting Head 4 Corf; Welding Rod; • • MERCHANDISE NEW & USED • • Large 'Amounts of Brass, Copper, Galvanized Pipe & Fittings; 200' Al Urd 200 Amp Cable; 3/4" to 1!$" Plastic Pipe; New Majestic 2-bushed Incinerator; New Electric Rotary Lawn Mowers; Gas Rotary Self-Propelled Lawn Mowers; Pace- Maker Rider Lawn'Mower; Several Squirrel Cage Blower Fans; — SHOP TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT -• Large Industrial Air Compressor; Small Portable Air Compressor; Knipco Space Heater; Walker Floor Jack; 36' Wooden Extension Ladder; 1 T. Budget Electric Hoist; Refrigerator Gauges; 3 Heavy Cable Snatch Blocks: Detroit Auto. Balance Scale; 100 Ib. capacity; Wen 2 hp Elec. Chain Sow; Sk1l Saw, 7"; -Milwaukee 5300 Rotary Drill Hammer; Milwaukee 1/2" Offset Drill; Sabre SaW; 2 • Machinist Berfch Vises; Work Bench with Noil Bins; Pipe Rock; Steel Refrigerator Car*} Deep Freeze Trucks; 2-Wheeled Freight Cart; 2 Acetylene Soldering Torches & Tanks; Lge. Amount of Hand Tool* and Tool Boxes; Other Items too numerous to mention • • OFFICE EQUIPMENT • • Steel Office D'esk; 4-Drawer Metal File; Ditto Duplicating Machine; Office Desk .Chair; Ideal Model 85 Pop Machine; Miscellaneous Office Equipment. TRUCKS A EQUIPMENT BOXES - 1972 IHC 3 / 4 T. Pickup with PS, Auto. Trans., 32,000 miles, V-8 engine; 1970 Dodge Yj T. Pickup, slant 6 engine, 3 sp. trans., 59,000 miles; 1967 IHC # T. Pickup with powers utility box A 4 sp. trans.; 1 set Stahl Pickup Truck Boxes; 1 set Morrison Pickup Truck Box; IHC 8' Pickup Box; 110 gal. Pickup Gas Tank with 12 volt pump; (Note., all the above pickups will be state inspected). - SHEET METAL EQUIPMENT •• Peck, Stow & Wilcox 8' Sheet Metal Break; Peck, Stow & Wilcox 32" Shear Break; Fredrich 36" Cap. 12-gauge Sheet Metal Shear; Lockformer, 24 gauge cap.; 20" Bar Former; 30" Roll; Milwaukee Elec. Shear; Mllwaukae-Pittsburg Elec. Lo=k Hammer; Sheet Metal Crimpers; Misc. Stake Irons, Beating Rods, Sheet Metal Benches; -• SEWER & DITCHING EQUIP. •• Spartan Model 300 Sewer Machine with 160' of Cable & Extra Drum; Generals Handy electric Power Drain Cleaner; Leveling Transit & Surveying Rod; Rapidation Ditch Pump; 2 Lead Furnaces. AUCTIONEER'S NOTE All equipment has been in use 1 month prior to sale date and In A-l condition. If you are looking for good plumbing, heating and digging equipment, be sure to attend this auction. TERMS: Cash. LUNCH AVAILABLE ON GROUNDS Not responsible for accidents. Gilmore City Plumbing & Heating BERNARD MEYERS, OWNER • Ph. 515-373-6272 AUCVS; Bob Wlnegorden, 712-335-4098 - Dole E. Smith, 712-335-4114, Pocohontos CLERK: Humboldt Trust & Sovings Bonk, Gilmore City STUDDED SNOW TIRES MUST BE OFF BY APRIL 1 REMOVAL SPECIAL Remove Snow Tires and put on owner's regular treads for only GOOD THRU APRIL 1 HANSON TIRE SERVICE Phone 332*2354 or 332-4625 HWY. 3 WEST, HUMBOLDT f NEW SUBSCRIPTION PLAN For Subscribers of HUMBOLDT NEWSPAPERS The Humboldt Republican (Wednesday) The Humboldt Independent (Saturday) TWO SUBSCRIPTIONS FOR THE PRICE OF ONE RULES OPTION 1. Renew your subscription for one year at the regular rate and send the Humboldt Newspapers to a non-subscriber in Humboldt or an adjoining county without, additional charge. The non-subscriber must not have been a subscriber within the preceding 12 months. OPTION 2. Renew your subscription for one year at the regular rate and send the Humboldt Newspapers to a non-subscriber to any point in Iowa outside of Humboldt and adjoining counties for $3.50 per year. The non-subscriber must not have been a subscriber within the preceding 12 months. (A) The subscription records of the Humboldt Newspapers will determine the eligibility of the non-subscriber. (B) You must declare the non-subscriber to whom you desire to send the Humboldt Newspapers at the time you make your renewal. (C) Options 1 and 2 are also available to new subscribers. (D) Regular subscription rates are as follows: $7.00 per year in Humboldt and adjoining counties; $8.00 per year to other points in Iowa; $9.00 per year to all points in the U. S. outside of Iowa. The Humboldt Newspapers P. 0. Box 157 Humboldt, Iowa 50548 I am a new subscriber. I am a renewal subscriber. Name Address Please find enclosed my subscription payment for one year in the amount of $ . _ Please send the Humboldt Newspapers to the following non-subscriber: Name. Address Who is eligible for the following option: Option 1_ Option 2 $No Charge $3.50

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