The Humboldt Independent from Humboldt, Iowa on January 14, 1967 · Page 1
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Humboldt, Iowa
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Saturday, January 14, 1967
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HtSTORtAN DEPT OF IOWA DBS NQINES IA 60319 VOLUME 107 NO. 27 HUMBOLDT, IOWA, SATURDAY, JANUARY 14, 1967 HHS bands to hold pre-clinic concert New building for W & H Oil Co. The W <J H O// Co. w?// hoW on open house of /fs new building In Goldfleld on Monday, January 16. The public It Inylted. The building. 60 fiet by 100 feet, /j /ocoftc/ on highway No. 3. Duont Larson It station monojtr. Tn« building and equipment rtprtjtnfj on /nveifmtnf of approximately The Humboldt Community High School Concert and Stage Bands will present a concert at 7:30 P.m.. Wednesday, January 18, at the Humboldt Junior high school auditorium. This special concert will enable the people of the Humboldt area to hear the bands perform music they will play at the 10th Annual Band Clinic at the University of Iowa. Iowa City. The concert band will open the program with the march, "Little English Girl," and continue with '•Somersault," a 12-tone adventure for band, and "Caprlcclo," an exceptional band composition. "Fandango" and "Incantation and Dance," featuring the percussion section, are also Included on the program. Closing the first portion of the concert will be the "March of the Steelmen" featuring trumpeters Miss Nancy Mok- lestad, Seth Prlebe. Mike Gates, and John Ulrlch and trombonists Jim Savers, Mike Ophelm, Dennis Griffin, and Duane Weree- land. The second portion of the concert will feature the high school stage band which will perform, '1 Wanta Hear Swing Songs,' 5 "Walk on the Wild Side," "Gig for a Ghost," featuring Lynn Westfall on the vibes, and "Mopsy." The public Is cordially Invited to hear the bands free of charge. A free will offering will be taken to help with the financing of the trip to Iowa City for the band clinic for which the Humboldt Kiwanls Club will provide the programs. 548,000. On the same day the W & H Oil Co. will hold it» annual milting at the new »fo»on. Tht business melting will start at 70:45. Dinner will be served at noon with the election of officers and entertainment following.-Independent Photo. Rev. Arthur Montgomery attended To explain orientation clinic in Des Moines First baby over seven weeks early Pastor Arthur W. Montgomery of Humboldt attended an orientation clinic In Des Moines Tuesday. January 10, for 13 new Iowa pastors who graduated from seminary in 1966. The Rev. Bruno Schlachtenhaufen, who is the new president of the Iowa District of the American Lutheran Church, presided. Pastor Montgomery has been assistant pastor of Our Saviour's Lutheran Church In Humboldt since July 1, 1966. Rev. L. C. Jonson is Pastor of Our Saviour's Lutheran Church. In day-long sessions held in his home at 6826 Colby Avenue, Rev. Schlachtenhaufen discussed the Importance of visiting parishioners In their homes and in the hospitals; the proper use of Church Council leaders In each Congregation; and creative use of study committees. A highlight of the clinic was the presentation of three study papers by parish pastors. Pastor Charles Solberg of Prince of Peace Lutheran Church. Des Moines, discussed "The Urban Ministry." Pastor Allen Hermeler of Burr Oak spoke about "The Rural Ministry," and Pastor Edward C. Schlachtenhaufen of Osage, son of the district president, gave a paper on "Pastoral Asslstantshlps." It was the opinion of the Rev. Mr. Solberg that the urban pastors duty is to be a good communicator of the Gospel of Jesus Christ, and not to prostitute himself to too many civil pursuits. The Rev. Mr. Hermeler listed three challenges faced by every rural pastpr 1) To gat to know and develop a relationship with his people; 2) To practice disciplined study; and 3) To adapt bis ministry to the changing rural scene. Pastor Edward Schlachtenhau- fen emphasized In his paper the need for structured relationships between pastors In parishes served by two or more clerey- ment. Pastors attending the clinic were: Donald K. Bentz of Ir- wln, Arthur P. Bllese of Council Bluffs, J. David Burmaster of Kellogg, Wendell R. Debner of Miller, Melvin D. Frahm of Clinton, Fred E. Landdeck of Traer, Robert F. Mix of Glidden. Daniel W. Mohr of Olin, Arthur W. Montgomery of Humboldt, Dell C. Olson of Shelby. James C. Qultno of Lake Mills. Marvin E. Robeck of Calamus, and Paul W. Rothfusz of Elkader. Mrs. Bruno Schlachtenhaufen. wife of the district president hosted the group at a luncheon in their home. Rev. Arthur Montgomery David Bappe of Humboldt, s. former instructor at Humboldt Community High School, who is presently the assistant director of the Office of Economic Opportunity at Fort Dodge, will be the guest speaker for the Humboldt County Association for Retarded Children when the organization meets at 7:45 p.m., Tuesday, January 17, at the Tart Elementary School auditorium. He will present information on the forthcoming Head Start program and the program for the aged. Each of these programs have been approved and will be financed with the use of state money, including the furnishing of transportation for members of the Golden Age Club. Robert Ray Knowles, who was born Thursday, January 5,1967, at the Fort Dodge Lutheran Hospital, Is the first baby of the year in Humboldt County. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Knowles of Rutland. Over seven weeks premature, Robert Ray weighed tour pounds, five ounces at birth. He was placed in an Incubator until Sunday, January 8, and is still in isolation at the hospital. He was not due until February 28. As of Wednesday, January 11, he had gained two ounces. When he nears five pounds, he will be placed on the ward. Mrs. Knowles was discharged at 1 p.m., Wednesday, January 11, but Robert Ray will not be able to come home for another week or ten days when he reache* at least five pounds. While his wife, Louise, was in the hospital, Mr. Knowles stayed at home and babysat with his five other '"• Countess Maria Pulaskl Mark Allen, 5, and Sandy 3. ,A e ., w . ul "turn to work Monday at Clinton, Iowa, where he is employed by Giese Construction Company of Eagle Grove as a heavy equipment operator. He runs a Cat 631 which is a 32 yard scrapper with a 425 horsepower dlesel engine. Polish countess to speak at Chamberof Commerce ladies'night Jan. 25th Low water is endangering fish in Des Moines rivers Iowa Heart Association held division workshop at Humboldt A workshop of the North Central Division of the Iowa Heart Association was held in the First National Bank Social Center at Humboldt from 2-4 p.m., Wednesday, January 11, with Dr. James H. Coddington of Humboldt. president of the Humboldt County Heart Unit, presiding and giving the welcome address as well as moderating the guestlon and answer period at the end of the program. Among the guest speakers present were Dr. A. J. Her- lltzka of Mason City, Iowa, president elect of the Iowa Heart Chemical safety program to be held Wed., January 18 "Farm and home accidents cost Iowa 389 lives, 80,000 In- tared and $11.5 million during 1*4," says Norval Wardle, an acrtcultural engineer for the Iowa Hit* University Extension Service, who will be the guest speaker al the Farm Safety Chemical ftMttat to be held at the Hum* boUtCommimlty High School at I p,m., Wednesday, January 1C fer everyone that is Interested id fern tad home safety. ,&*Wdlaf to Wardle, "Peopto Unit oi arras have come to feat accidents can bt ihowa la reduc*4 accidents, bom j work accidents, traffic andiro, wW conUnut to 'tot «ve yetra sponsored by the Humboldt Adult Night School and the Hum. boldt County Extension Service. ioluUy Association; Dr. Dale Harding of Eagle Grove, president of the Wright County Heart Unit; Mrs. WlUlam Kirchoff of rural Humboldt, Humboldt County Heart Fund chairman; Dr. Clyde J. Smith of Gllmore City, president of the Pocahontas County Heart Unit; Mrs. Leo Woodley of Clarion, Wright County Heart Fund chairman; and ex State Senator Jack Schroeder, 1967 state Heart Fund chairman. Dr. Herlitzka, who, in addition to being president-elect of the IHA, has served as chairman of Cerro Gordo County: president of the North Central Dlvislon-1963-65; chairman of the Board of the North Central Divislon-1965-67; on a number of committees tor IHA, presently as chairman of the Community Service Committee; delegate from IHA to the American Heart Annual meeting and Scientific Sessions; and as a key member of the group who established the North &wa Stroke Rehabilitation Program. He spoke on the activities and programs of the Iowa Heart As* sochtion and of the North Central Division particularly stressing why funds are needed. Dr. Harding, who is serving his second yea> as president of the Wright* Cowty Tleart Unit and is a member of the board of the North Iowa Stroke Rehabilitation Program, spoke on the sources from which fund* ar« raised. He 1* credited wife having set up the Oral the state. She spoke about the 1967 Heart Fund Drive educational materials. Dr. Smith, a member of the North Iowa Stroke Rehabilitation Program who is in his third year as president of the Pocahontas County Heart Unit, explained the radio and TV programs and materials available for 1967. He Is presently serving as chairman of the North Central Division Speakers Bureau. Mrs. Woodley stressed township organization during the meeting. She has served the association as rural fund chairman In Wright County, 1963-65; county fund chairman, 1966; and as 1967 Heart Fund chairman. Under her leadership, Wright County has bad the highest donations per capita in the state for the past two years. Ex State Senator Schroeder, 1967 state Heart Fund chairman, urged, "Knock on Every Door.' 1 It is bis second consecutive year as chairman of the organization. He is also the chairman of the board and chief executive officer of the General Life of American Insurance Company with home offices in Bettendorf, Iowa, At the &g« of 83, he was, at that time, the youngest man ever elected to the Iowa House of Representatives where he served two terms until elected to the Iowa SeniUe where he served five terms, Collins rites Fuairal services are pending at the Si«ws FtiMral Home In ...._». ^ .^ ^ §,Cith«laeCol- of rural Uvermort it her boiM Tatir** Floyd Rokenbrodt of Humboldt, state conservation officer, says the flow In the West Des Moines River and the East Des Moines River through Humboldt County Is the lowest he has seen it in bis 20 years as a conservation officer here. Rokenbrodt says Ox Bow women membership tea to be January 18 The Ox Bow Chapter of Izaak Walton League will hold a Membership Tea from 2 to 4 p.m., Wednesday, January 18. at the First National Bank Social Center. All women who are Interested In learning more about this organization are invited to attend. there is an alarming danger of a big fish kill due to lack of oxygen. Effective until March 15, east and west forks of the Des Moines River will be open to promiscuous fishing north from the fork of the two rivers at Gotch Park south of Humboldt. Promiscuous fishing Includes the catching of fish in any manner, any size, any number, and any species except by dynamite, poison, electric shocking, or any stupefying devices. It will be necessary for those hatching fish to have a valid fishing license and the fish may not be used for commercial purposes. The West Des Moines River Is open for promiscuous fishing from Gotch Park to the lowa- Mlnnestoa state line. The East Des Moines River is open for promiscuous fishing from Gotch Park to its origin at Turtle Lake. Countess Maria Pulaski of Poland will be the featured speaker at the Chamber of Commerce Ladies' Night Banquet Wednesday evening, January 25, at 6:30 at Johnny's Steak Harbor. The banquet requires advance registration. Tickets may be obtained at the Chamber of Commerce office for $2.75 each or from board directors. Countess Maria was in her native Poland at the time of the Nazi invasion. She escaped to England and later became an allied spy and served with distinction throughout the war. She was on duty In Berlin during the last desperate attack which wiped out the German resistance. She bad been advised that her role was known to the German High Command, but she refused to leave ber post. She escaped only minutes before the Gestapo arrived for her arrest. The countess will reveal her experiences as one of the most courageous espionage agents of World War n. She will soon go to Hollywood where a picture will be made based upon her experiences as a spy. She is presently presenting her program In communities throughout the country. She has been a popular attraction at large national conventions, Don Eck of Humboldt, district commercial manager of the Iowa Public Serylce Company, aad Mrs. Eck have heardCoanteM Maria speak and plan to hear ber again daring ber Humboldt •PPWjnee. They highly recommend this program. Women's club to hold political panel discussion The Humboldt County Repab- llcan Women's Club will houa "Get Acquainted With YovCUb" ptnel discussion at the Com- munlry Room of the Humboldt Trust and Savings Bank beginning at 2 p.m.. Wednesday, January 18, to stress why women should participate in the political organization of their choice. The discussion will be led by a panel of four women. Mrs Lester Meallff, Mrs. Jotulfeu-' field, Mrs. Wllma CtancyTaai Mrs. Cleone Irwin. Coffee win be served at the endoftnYdis- cussion. 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