The Humboldt Independent from Humboldt, Iowa on January 7, 1967 · Page 3
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HHS bands invited to perform at clinic Don Hamilton, director of the Humboldt Community Hkrh School bands, has announced the acceptance of an invitation extended to the local bands to perform at the 10th Annual Band Clinic at the University of Iowa In Iowa City. The bands will leave Humboldt via the Fort Dodge Transportation Company at 11:45 a.m., Friday, January 20. Overnight lodging Is planned at the Holiday Inn at Iowa City. The annual band clinic, sponsored by the University of Iowa Music Department, Is open to all band directors and students in Iowa and surrounding states. The clinic will begin Thursday evening and continue through Saturday afternoon. Included on the program of events are two university bands, two high school bands, one Junior high band, two high school stage bands, two university stage bands, guest lecturers and clinics on various band Instruments. The Humboldt Concert Band will perform on the program Friday evening following a concert by the University of Iowa Concert Band. Saturday morning the band plans to tour the campus and facilities of the university. Saturday afternoon the Humboldt Stage Band appears on the stage band session of the clinic. Buddy Baker, noted trombonist from Colorado State College, will be guest clinician. Departure from Iowa City will be 4 p.m. with a stop over for an evening meal In the Bishop Cafeteria at the Merle Hay Plaza in Des Molnes. The high school band members are endeavoring to raise money for the trip by collecting a "1/4 of a mile of nickels." The band ts hoping the community will put their ' right foot forward" and contribute to tlie fund. Anyone or any organization wishing to contribute may conf ' ~ " ilton. may contact Don Ham- Plans spring wedding Mr. and Mrs. Gtrhard Dtvfy of Morj/io//fown announce fnt •ngagumunl of fnefr daughter, Mary Jo, and David Paul McCurry, ion of Mr. and Mn. Ouant McCurry of Rtnwtck. M/si Dtv/j, a gradual* ofLDF High School of LtGrand, I* a Jtn/or of fowo Sfoft Un/vtrs/fy, Am*i. Mr. McCorry ft o gradual* of Boon* Vo//ey High School and It tmploytd fcy Fishfr Governor Co. In Martha I Itown. A spring wtddlng It being planntd. Village raid tour of southeast (Continued from page 1) Warner's stay at the camp. Warner was photographed while holding a King Cobra that he had killed after it had bitten one of the troops in the camp. The snake had crawled Into the man's bed during the night. There was no trouble until the man tried to roll over in the morning and was bitten. "He was treated Immediately by the corpsmen and flown to a hospital. I have never seen a man go Into shock so fast In my life. The King Cobra is very deadly." From the temporary camp, the 'troops moved Into Vietnam 'where Warner took aerial plc- . hires of the Mekong River, rice fields, and canals which provide the main means of transportation In the area as well as Irrigation of the rice crop. Also featured In the pictures taken In Vietnam was the presidential palace, particularly the demolished wing In which Madame Nu, known as the "Dragon Lady." was supposed to be In when It was attacked by two aircraft during one of the power struggles In the regime of President Ngo Dlnh Diem who was ousted during November, 1963. While In Saigon, Warner photographed various street scenes including Tu Du Street, the busiest street In the town; Saigon boulevard which, according to Warner, could be compared to any street In Paris; and the mar* ket places. "The children were everywhere. even In the market place. One of the kids was selling tops. He showed me how to work It, and I bought. I still have It- and I haven't been able to get It to work since." Two examples of South Vietnamese women were shown, the first showed the typical dress of the women in Saigon with the pajama bottom, floor length silk gown, collie hat and sandles. The second viewed a group of women as they received mill- tary drill training prior to entering the country's armed force. Warner concluded his program with slides taken while he was on an actual mission to Vlet- nams village that had been overtaken by the Viet Cong. The slides showed helicopters transporting troops to the area, coming In close to the ground so as to make a harder target, and two bombs exploding in the village as seen from the landing tone two miles away. The helicopters used during the assignment was designed to carry six fully equipped American troops but was stripped to accomodate 10-12 Vietnamese soldiers. At the time, Ameri- Iowa Central 9th largest (Continued from page 1) to be built at Fort rBarbour said this had coosldered and In tn« future, the operation at Etfto Grove and City was * necessity. fa* added, only voca. -&fite*} training would to after* at Fort Dodge. »*» Ulk by Dr.Bar- A** Toner, Hum- Setool student, re- can troopers were advisors only. During the raid on the village, five hardcore Viet Cong were captured as were six members of the village that Warner considered "had probably been scared Into cooperating with the Cong." As an advisor. Warner joined the flankers on the march home while the main body of the party followed a trail with the prisoners at the head of the line to take the brunt of any possible ambush. "Somehow," Warner stated, . S ac winner of the contest spoMored by (W CWa. ifclwrds *«f« by Uot Bwta L. Tow read her "I got ahead of the column and when I saw them coming up the trail, I jumped out of the Jungle and took their picture. I was really chewed out for getting ahead of everyone else since, as an advisor, I was not supposed to get hurt." Guests at the meeting included Paul Dlxon of Sac City. Dave Evans of Algona, and Tom Brae ey of Des Molnes. Announcements made before the program noted that the club members and their wives have been Invited to the installation of Floyd Martin of Webster City as Lieutenant Governor at the Webster City Country Club, and that the Klwanis will observe their fifth anniversary in Humboldt January 16 with a party and a resume of the activities of the local organization. Rutland of Ames. Mrs. Gordon Stull of Gilbert came for Mrs. Kramer Friday and was returned to her home Tuesday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Hollo Stearns and son of Redding, Calif., were visitors at the Roy Caryl home during the holidays. Mr. and Mrs. Joy Vesterby »nd ton, Larry, were Christmas guests of Mr, and Mrs. Charles Brown at Hlngsted. L Mr. and Mrs, Agner Christiansen of Rutland were Christmas eve guests of Mr. and Mrs, Earl Slelter and family, Harry Bonde was a Christmas dinner guest at the home of his daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Davis, of Llvermore. Mr. and Mrs. Agner Christiansen were Christmas dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Emery Christiansen in Rockwell City. Callers over the holidays at the Roy Caryl home were Mrs, Elizabeth Oshel of Oleweln; Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Taylor and girls of Rolfe; Dennis K. Caryl of Lenox; Mr. and Mrs. C. L.Caryl of Rutland; Burton Carylof Humboldt; Mr. and Mrs. D. K. Caryl of Rolfe; Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Jergens and Pam of Rutland; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Joiner of Humboldt; Mrs. Mark Fitzgerald and son. Steven, of Pioneer; and Mrs. Charles Joiner and Mrs. Ted Simonsen of Humboldt. Mr. and Mrs. Agner Christiansen of Rutland were December 26 visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Smith of Humboldt. Miss Patricia Bonde of Fort Dodge spent December 23 and 24 with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gaylord Bonde. Miss Darlene Bonde entered St. Joseph Mercy Hospital December 27, returning to her home December 29. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Olson, Ricky and Lauri, were Monday afternoon visitors at Mr. and Mrs. Carl Olsons. Tti* MumheUM MeeeiWeM, Jtfivtry 1, 1M? t ft* $ Meet the cbaHetfe of today' stressed by state ebb president Masons to install James Bowden Worshipful Master Mrs. Opal Christmas at sister, Mrs. Kramer spent the home of her Clarence Schultz, Eastern Star Lodge No. 195, A. F. and A. M., will install officers at a public installation Saturday, January 14, at 7:30 p.m. at the Humboldt Masonic Lodge Hall. James Bowden, present senior warden, will be installed Worshipful Master. His father, William J. Bowden, of Gllmore City will Install his son. Lawrence Strachan will be the installing officer for other lodge officers. Retiring Worshipful Master Is Roland E. Hoag, Jr. elude Senior Warden, Thomas Law; Junior Warden, David F. Carter; Senior Deacon, Herbert E. Lembcke; Junior Deacon, Norman McArthur; Senior Steward, Dale E. Johanson; Junior Steward, Marvin Nelson; Secretary, Harold E. McBurney, Sr.; Treasurer, Robert G. Bristol; Tyler, Roland E. Hoag, Jr.; Chaplain, Rev. Francis P. Burr; and Marshal, Henry R. Christensen. Installing Marshal will be Theodore Simonsen and Install- Offlcer's to 'be 'installed in- In E Chaplain, Vernon Miller. Jon Hart Jon Hart to be installed as master councilor Jon Hart, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Hart of rural Humlwldt, will be Installed as master councilor of the Gotch Chapter of DeMolay at 1 p.m., Sunday, January 8, at the Humboldt Masonic Temple. Officers for the spring term also to be Installed include Senior Councilor, Rich Conlon; Junior Councilor, Steve Carlson; Scribe, Rick Kuhlman; Senior Deacon, Doug DeSmldt; Junior Deacon, Dave DeGroote; Senior Steward, Bill Dodgen; Junior Steward, Tom Trenary; Orator, Steve Stanford; Chaplain. Tom Thomas; Marshal, Tom Watson; Standard Bearer. Dod Adams; Sentinel, Scott Cody; Almoner, Mick Hendrlckson; and Preceptors, Dave Dodgen, Rick Greene, Brent Hart, Jeff McFarland, Stewart Olson, Norman SUbaugh, and Dave Watson. Following the installation ceremonies, refreshments will be served. The public is invited to attend. Mrs. Helen Kenne returned to Omaha, Neb., Monday after spending Christmas with her folks In Llvermore. Mrs. Kenne is employed at Omaha. fc MM, Wiytw Bonnell of Fort Dodge, president of the tow* Federation of Women's Clubs tor 1966*67, spoke to the Humboldt Women'* Club and guests from ether clubs in Humboldt County Wednesday, Januray 4. at the Humboldt Trust and Savings Bank Community Room. Mrs. Bonnell said that, duo to the support of the Iowa clubs In the sale of towels hemmed by blind women, the Iowa Commission for the Blind has been able to add ten more women to the number of those who do this work in their homes. These towles have been sold since 1927. She also spoke of the contributions club women have made to the library for the blind In Des Molnes. St« urged club members to be alert for work that can be accomplished by clubs In the field of community service, in taking an Interest In legislative action, and in maintaining freedom bllity. AU Intlfed to attend me rentlon In Des MotMS dvrHf April when Ctork MorteMdl will be a speaker and wftM 0» history of the lows fedsrtttoB will be available. Mrs. Bonnell, who has select* ed "With Awareness of MM Put and Firmness to Secure (to Promise of Tomorrow, Meet flw Challenge of Today" as the theme for the organisation during her term of office, closed by statist, "Let us be aware of the msjnr things that come to us Hirotsn the efforts of others." During the program, BtQ Mekemson. a Spanish Instructor in the Humboldt Community School System, played some piano selections. Hostesses for the event were Mrs. Henry Hope. chairman. Mrs. Larry DorhonL Mrs. Billy Dyke, Mrs. Ed Eteh- ler, Mrs. Ed Haggle. Mrs. Dale Hayes, and Mrs. Jean Mere. III MIMA 4 Days Starts Sunday Tony Curtis Loves 'em and Leaves 'em ARRIVEDERCI, IIONEIMESZMWOR TECHNICOLOR ON 1-YEAR CERTIFICATES OF DEPOSIT OF $500 OR MORE EFFECTIVE JANUAftY 1,1967 AU SAVINGS INSUHD W TO $15,000 IY THE FEDEIAl DEPOSIT INSUIANCE COtPOIATION Humboldt Trust TIME AND TEMPEIATUIE-OUI SYMIOl Of COHMUNITt HtVKI Savings Bank

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