The Humboldt Independent from Humboldt, Iowa on December 31, 1966 · Page 2
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The Humboldt Independent from Humboldt, Iowa · Page 2

Humboldt, Iowa
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Saturday, December 31, 1966
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IMM Vdlty Tournament flMolsTMsdoy night First htovy siowfoll M*«i*rs of *e NwwioM* Street Deportment er« s/iown •s fltey r*m«vW «iw» fro» Swwwr Av*n»e eo*7y W«/nti<*i)r •tome** w*»fle *««« »f Ae II inches of *new f*cf f*i7 en NlMtUMt w«s »«» «*»i»9 «*»w. Af fn« fef «'e*t, o smell ft*ef«r eW fctede i» *fe*w» os if »« w**rf to c/tar A* *irft- wefts •feng At mat* street »f town. Th* HumfcoWf Po/ict Deportment noftd Mot the *tr«tt deportment shovM be comm»nrf»</ for tnefr fine work in get. fing fn* streets open ot soon os possible. On* o/ tne mtm- b»r» o/ rn« fore* ventured fnt opinion tnot Humboldt wos on* of fA* f*w towns in th* staf* to nave fr*t traffic Tnursdoy mom in 9.-Jn</* pendent Photo. Three Hwnboldt accidents dwtag recent snow storm Three accidents ocearred •* the neat snow storm, one Tt»s- d»? afternoon, 0* other two o» WMBtsdar. IV first accident fcrrotred Miss Nettie L. Larsea. 16, of Gtbnore Oty tt the Holiday Service Station along Broadway in HamboifJt. The car thai she was driving which belonged to Leoo J. Erkkson at Bradgate, rsninto an OH can rack between the pumps on the station drive as Ac attempted tt> pan into the station at 1 ajta. The car received a scratch on the {root baiter, bat foe OH nek whfch concealed fie station's intercom eqaipiaeat was dunked. No damage estimite was available at pi-ess time. IBcs Larsen stated that ber haul eanfht to the steering wbesl as she attempted to pan into tbe drive. No daises bare been fited by the BmabokK Police which is investi- The first acetdeot to occur Wednesday was at 11:20 ajn. vhCB Mrs. Frieda A. Benjamin, SI, of BnQaad. and Leslie 0. HumboMt daring tbe strom to- Ttdrcd Mrs, Luoetta F. Hutchln- soa, 44, of Hutaboldt and Dar- IOT W. Rafpte, a f also of HaraboMt. They collided at the intersection erf Eigbtt Atemie North and North Tenth Street at 3 p.m. At the tin*?, Mrs, Hutchlnsoo was travelisig north on North Ten& S&eeJ and Rappte was proceeding west oa Eighth Aremie Korth. Damaged was the rSgfat frost hood, Sender, and grill of Gse 196S Rambler driven by Mrs. Hatchinson and tbe left rear corner ol tbe utility bothr of tbe 1?49 Cnerrolet trock driven by Ripple. Mrs. KaJcMnsca was charjed with &flare to yield by tbe Hnm- boklt Police Department. A fourth accident occurred daring the same period of time as William W. Hansea, 45, and DooElas C. Heamman, 18, both of HamboMt, were proceedinf east on Higtwir 3. Six miles west of HumboWt, Hanseo stowed for a stalled car along side of tbe highway and, at 4:54 p.m., tbe 1961 Cbevro- tet driven by Heamman slid into o^tne.,1963. Pootiac " " Street adFffl* The 1965 Cemetdrtveabyltrs. Benjamin had beta proceeding vest OB FHft Atone North at 25 apa prior to the accident. B iee«tved $350 damage to tat front end. The '63 drtraa by Fevold which src&B north en Sard the time, received 9X90 *»™»t»» to the light side. Mrs. Benjamin was charted . fete* to stop tor a stop i ty la* HteafcoIdlPolfce Denet «nfcs investigated. Ta* fiual acefeSeat Oat occar- nd inside the city limits of CMts Welter OTTQSES-Ctaries Welter, m rf Mr. aad Mrs. diaries &„ vas discbarced fte of Decencer afler ter tratriK te tte Sattooal at fSt Leonard Wood, Me. Be wffl p> back to Us Job vtt the Lena Coojpany BtMankaQlon. M^^l^|^__^ dM^MB^^ ^n.^l«^« «# VBTiSUUS flmnrT fatSO H tae darks wartrSr. borne »ere Mr, aid Mrs. Charles Welter of ItorttaQtomi; Mrs. Lisa ThocMa, Clara, QeiiBan, and Oatr. Mr. ••! Mrs. E. O. KoeU «•! Dnfla* of Hancock, Miau.; Kfftfct ol u *^tTrr t 1 < ", d Mr. a»S Mrs. "Ward of Morris, Mtm.; rtstied te Vktor Bomrts, tat BBmmrts, and «tt Mr. Mrs. Wajne Fear at Watt- troca ttersdiy aatfl T»t pMbT weattrom r«!a- Damaged we're 'the left rear of tbe PooHac and tbe right rear and quarter panel of tbe Chevrolet. The roads were snow packed at the time and Heath- nun was unable to stop in time. No charges were filed by the Hamboldt Coanty Sheriffs Office which investigated. A fifth accident in which Dr. and Mrs. Brainerd of La Verne were Injured also ocearred daring the storm. See story and photo on page 4. Silver wedding open hoiso for Hardy coiplt HARDY-Ur. and lira. Dean KiQet and Dennis Kitley wffl hold open boose for their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lyie Kitley of Hardy, in" the Fellowship Boom of the Renwick Library * eaj * _ ^— **~ * T* ••!•»•• BOB z-5 pjm, sanaay. January I, ia honor of their silver wedding anniversary. «o invitations wQIbe sent. The Hardy WSCS will be entertained at the home of Mrs. Howard Rasmossen Wednesday afternoon, January 4. Mrs. liyroa May wiB contact the devotions and the lesson win be presented by Mrs. R. G. Saxtoa. Sirs. Francis Hefleywillgive the of his sister, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Clancy. Mr. and Mrs. Everette McCutcheon of Eagle Grove, and Haher Sklye were also supper guests. Mrs. Leah Brophy went to Missouri Valley Wednesday as an overnight guest at the home of her son. Mr. and Mrs. Junior Brophy. On Thursday Mrs. Leah Brophy, Mr. and Mrs. Junior Brophy and Pat and a friend of Pafs left for Tucson, Aria., where they will spend a month. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Werllng. Cindy and Debbie, of Hardy; and Mr. 'and Mrs. Robert Nelson of Renwick were dinner guests at the home of Mrs. Werling's and Mrs. Nelson's mother, Mrs. Anna Baumgartner. Mrs. C. Wilbur Egeland fell down the basement steps of her home Thursday. She was taken to tbe hospital at Belmond for X-rays and remained there unto Friday afternoon. No bones were broken. Mr. and Mrs. Jay Olson. Mark. Cheryl and Jana. of Hardy; and Mr. and Mrs. Ottie Axdahl of Eagle Grove had a pre-Christmas family gathering Sunday, December 18, with a dinner and supper at the home of their sister and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Arlen G. Hanson, at Goldfield. Mr. and Mrs. Frits Kranse left Thursday for Park Ridge, Hi., to spend Christmas at the home ot their daughter, Mr. and. Mrs. Dean Specht an* Dtanna. They expect to be gone a week. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Clancy and Sharon left Thursday for Lexington, Keo* to spend the holidays at the home of their son. Douglas Clancy and family. Janice Bottin, who is attending Baena Vista College in Storm Lake, is spending the Christmas vacation at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bottin. Ronald Bottin. who is a professor at the Iowa State University at Ames, is also spending the holidays with his parents. Mrs. Lyie Kitley and Mrs. Russell Byness attended the Literary GoOd Christmas party at tbe Renwick Cafe Monday even- Mr, and Mrs. L. E. Wilaon of Eagle Grove, and Mr. aid Mrs. Donald Rasmassen and Todd of Webster City were supper nests Frtiay evening at the Mr. and Mrs. Myron Clancy were caned to Iowa Ctty Tuesday he L'IBM of the masts of her brother. Arnold Wifaa*. They retanedbome Wednesday. Mrs. Evelyn Mack, Miss Pearl Loekwood and Mrs. Alma Pnjs- ley visited Taesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Elsie winter in Bart. Mr. and Mrs. John Swansea of Renwick were sapper nests Sunday at the Lyk Kitley home. Caroling enjoyed by the Ottosen Luther League OTTOSEN-The Luther League enjoyed a caroling party Thursday night, after which they en- Joyed plaaa for lunch hi the church parlors. Ralph Richards returned home from Mercy Hospital Thursday. He was given a diet and medicine. Mr. and Mrs. Lenbard Hoiden were Christmas guests at the home of her brother, Mr. and Mrs. Iran Glllraore, at Marion. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Zlnnel and Henry Zinnel attended funeral services for a cousin, Edward 0. Zlnnel, at Emmanuel Lutheran Church at Rockwell City Thursday afternoon. Elaine Longseth, who attends Moonhead College, visited ber grandmother, Mrs. Anna Long- sett, Thursday. Postal patrons must move snow The HnmboUt Post Office remind* all patrons torenove snow fromr<»alks-and,driveways that provide access to the mail boa. In addition, rural and city patrons, served by cnrbaUe delivery, must re move snow from in front of the maQ boxes in order that the carrier can readily serve them. Carriers are required to withhold delivery. If this is not done within a reasonable length of time. Grand Community of Boxholm and Corwtth-\V*ri«y advanced to the finals in the BotfMVattey Glrli invitational Basketball Tournament last Tuesday night. The finals will be played Tuesday night, January 5. Corwlth*We«l«y squeaked out a 81-57 victory over Burt In overtime, Burt took a qjuiok, command* ing 8-2 lead In the opening two minutes of the game, but saw CW whittle It to 18-1? at the end of the first period. Corwlth-wesley was unable to go ahead in the second quarter, as Sandy Ortman scored ten points to pace Burt to a 34-31 intermission lead. A couple of 10-footersby Becky Clark produced CW's first lead of the game, 35-34, with 7:14 remaining in the third quarter. However, Sandy Ortman responded with nine points and Charlotte Lappe added six to create a Burt lead ot 49-42 after the period. Corwith-Wesley outscored Burt, 12-3. In the opening five minutes of the final quarter to go ahead, 54-52. Both teams matched four points in the closing three minutes to send the affair Into overtime. Corwith-Wesley used ball control, a tight defense, and goals by Becky Clark and LaVonne Studer in the overtime to win its spot in the finals, 61-57. In the second game of the tournament, Grand Community of Boxholm broke BVs six game winning streak, 77-65. The game opened with a grim event for BV fans. Mary Stevenson, while being fouled, relnjured a heavily-taped leg. and was replaced by Becky Masse. Becky contributed two goals, one snapping a 12-12 deadlock. Mary returned to action with 2-1/2 minutes to go in the first quarter, and promptly swished two hookshots for an 18-12 lead. Donna Erdman added (our points in the closing fifty seconds of the period to create a 22-14 lead for Boone Valley. Boone Valley's only scoring In the first four minutes of tbe Mr. and Mrs. Dick S. Hefty were capper foests Sunday atth* aoaw J thtir daarw^r. Mr. sjrf Mrs. BoaaM SetaUs tad taraUj. to Baaiboldl. They accofflpaatod the SFtofl^T famQy to the CarlM- atas program at the Confreo- tioaal Chorea. MarkaadaMQy Schultz were to the procram. Mrs. Marion Larson, aceoav paakd Inr Mrs. Jtanaaa Uraoa Farmers mast have fallonngt for tai report Federal gasoline taxes paid by farmers have not been refunded durag OM past year and t half, as wasjhe £"***** aadB.Su ot bJbrfcatff oQ« are no* to he ant* as a eredt 19M federal t Hello World Mr. and Mrs. Richard Charlton of Humboldt are the parents of a son born Wednesday, December 2*. 19*6. at LotMran Hospital. He welched nine P °5r? > anT MrT'iltrrlll KeUac of HomboUt are the parents of a son bora Christmas day at Lutheran Hospital. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Loren tolling of Humboldt. THOR-Mr. and Mrs. David Torkelson are ON parents of a MB bora December 24 at Mercy Hoacltal at Fort Dodge. Tirkoy wtaners Winners of free turkeys given away at the Bumboldt Motor Sales preceding Christmas were Richard Williams, Hardy; Lloyd H. Zentner, Humboldt; Bob Decker, Homboktt; Jens SUnonsen, Humuoldt: Virgil Williams, Ltv- eraore; GeraBHetm, HumboWt; Howard H«Uickson,Ottosen; John Richardson, Poeahontar, Mrs. Rudy Olson. GOmore Cite; Howard Weleher, Mason Cto; Adrian Erickseo. Humboldl; Jim Stntsenberg, Humboldt; and Art Gates, Humboldt second quarter WAS • layuo by Donna and a frw throw each by Roxanne Barracks and Mary, Durlnt that point famine, Grand •cored 18 points to product ft 18*28 tie. Tvro free throws by Donna put BY back in the lead 28-26. but Grand overcame that, and went ahead, 31-28, Donna putted BV within 31-30 via * uyup, but three free throws by the limes highest scorer, Ranae Pearson, gave Grand a halftime margin of 34-30. Boone Valley kept close in the third quarter. Donna scored ten of BVs 16 points. Going into the fourth quarter, the game was sttU a tossup, with the Boxholm sextet leading by a mere 48-46. Five points by Mary and four by Donna pushed BV within 57-55 with 5:38 remaining In the hard- fought contest. At that point, the roof began to fall in on Boone Valley. Grandscoredelghtpoints in a one minute span to inflate its lead to 65-5?, Mary responded with two free throws, but Maria Kalkwarf matched with two goals, making it 69-57. Accumulating fouls, missed one-and one free throws, and blown lay- ups virtually put BV out ot the game. In the final three minutes. Donna netted two goals, and Mary and Rox one each, but Grand matched them all for a final score of 77-65. Due to the Inclement weather, the consolation game between Boone Valley and Burt, and the championship game between Corwith-Wesley and Grand Community, was rescheduled from last Wednesday night to Tuesday night, January 3, at the Renwick auditorium. The first game will start at 7 p.m. SCORING Corwlth-W«»U y FC FT TP Clark, Becky 12 Studer, LaVonne .. 7 Funnemork, N 4 TOTALS 23 BURT FC Ortman, Sandra 9 Lappe, C 3 l.appe, Chorlene . S Pernon, Diane 1 0 2 TOTALS 18 21 57 0«m«l Community "ft v»T f * Pear i on, rUne*.... 12 \\ 35 Kalkwarf, Merit..,. \\ 6 21 Storh, Chrli 3 4 14 TOtALI 28 21 11 Been* Vill.y r»0 PT Tf Enirwin, Oenna 13 1 3J Jtevenien, Mary..,. 6 A 18 Barrack*, R 4 2 10 Klaii., B«eky 2 0 4 TOTALS 2S U <S iiiiiimimiimiiiiiiiiim STRIKES 'M SPARES 30 20 11 61 FT TP 10 28 8 14 3 13 6 6 3 IS IVY LEAGUE Team Standings W L StrUcettes 42-1/2 21-1/2 Phillips 39 25 Wagon Wheel. . . .38 26 Fireside 38 26 Polite Real Es., .36-1/2 27-1/2 Johnson Masonry. ,35 29 Jennings Stables, . ,33 31 Hawkeye Loan...29-1/2 34-1/2 Prime Elec 27 37 Johnny's. 23 41 Abbas Trucking. .. .22 42 Printing Co 20-1/2 43-1/2 Individual High Series Pat McGee 533 Kate Fuller 482 Mavis Gregersen. ..... ,473 Individual High Game Kate Fuller 193 Pat McGee 189 Mavis Gregersen .184 Team Standings W L Strlkettes 46-1/2 21-1/2 Fireside Lounge. . .42 26 Phillips 66 42 26 Wagon Wheel 38 30 Jennings Stables... .37 31 Polite Real Es...36-1/2 31-1/2 Johnson Masonry. . .35 33 Prime Elec 31 37 Hawkeye Loan...39-1/2 38-1/E Abbas Trucking. .. .26 42 Johnny's 24 44 Printing Co 20-1/2 47-1/2 Individual High Series Joan Thompson 515 Brenda Gould 506 LU Kunert 489 Individual High Game Bobbl Miller. ........ .201 LU Kunert. 199 Joan Thompson. 191 LIVERMORE MEN 11/19/86 Team Standing.- W Don's Oil 46 Mlke'i 6« 38 Fed Lantern, ,,,3M/3 M DMetl Oil. ,14 Wilson Co 31-1/2 II Pete'i Garftfa.t.3S-1/3 SO Watklw Sl-l/I 31 Lutheran Lay. . , .28 Farmers Elev.,.28-1/2 24 Farm Service. , ., ,20 Cus, Farm Ser, .24*1/2 29 McKenna Truck, , .22 Team High Series Mlke'i 66 S8M Red Lantern 2819 Watkln 2862 Team High Game Mike's 66 1015 Don's Oil 1005 Watkins 1002 Individual High Series B. Thltges .615 0. Wagner ..568 Leo Bormann 566 Individual High Game Leo Bormann. 235 B. Thllges 225 O. Wagner 216 Twelfth birthday celebrated by Danny Johnson OTTOSEN-Danny, son of Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Johnson, was 12 years old Monday. Evening guests to help him celebrate were Mr. and Mrs. Donald Larson and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Jacobson and family. H * C EX I MR HEARING ACCURACY PLAINED BERRY HEARING AID CENTER Al pr«t«nl w* hovt no R«pf»• •nloHv* In Humboldl. Coll for itrvlc* ol our offlct, 426 Corvtr Building, Fort Dodo.*, T»l. 573-7821 Outfit the Whole Family with INSULATED PACS * MEN'S $4.95 Fro™ $5.45 9 Styles From Which To Choose MEN'S DRESS ZIPPERS AND 4-BUCKLES FROM $O98 3 SNOW BOOTS CHILDREN'S f LADIES' MEN'S 13 STYLES LADIES' PROM CHILDREN'S BOOTS COZY FUR-LIKE CUFFS EASY ON! EASY OFF! $998 3 MEN'S 2-BUCKLES EXTRA HIGH TOP FIRST QUALITY Hells' Hewker of Dr. iara Svttoa mv «W b* «•» afttr tn* first Q. Wk€t nctiens neef If we in* ne«vle*t cifei**** tore? 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