The Humboldt Independent from Humboldt, Iowa on January 21, 1967 · Page 1
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HISTORIAN DRPT OF TOWA DBS MQINES IA 50319 Mrs. William Jacobstn Mrs. Woyn* Jennings MM. Tom Low Mrs. Ed Mo/m/n Mr*. Virgil T*r»llllg*t VOLUME 107 NO. 28 HUMBOLDT, IOWA, SATURDAY, JANUARY 21, 1967 10 CENTS Humboldt business men stressed distributive education importance Merland Cody, a Humboldt grocer, and Al Thompson, manager of Anthony's In Humboldt, were the guest speakers at a regional Distributive Education and Office Education meeting held at Johnny's Steak Harbor In Humboldt Tuesday, January 17. They combined to give the in- - stnictors of the region an idea how the program functions in their particular field and how It might be possible to.improve the program Both men used stories to exemplify their positions. Mr. Thompson spoke on how to Improve the cooperation between the school system and the retailer, noting that it would be difficult to do so in Humboldt although that may not be the case In other areas. He Introduced a mythical female that everyone has mot at one time or another, one who Is a rabble rouse rand creates havoc frequently, Miss Understanding. "If the distributive education students can act as liaison between the school and the businesses of a town, then there will bo less understanding." Mr. Cody stressed his position by asking the group to picture two ice fishing huts on a lake, one containing a grocer and the other an educator, both trying to catch the fish below, vho, as students, are trying to select the biggest and best bait available, "I have always felt that these students need to learn ambition, to set a goal, and to have pride In themselves and In their work, "Seventy-five percent of t" e people In the United States make their living by selling. These people are taught subjects, but not hov to sell it. They have to learn how to sell after they get out of school. "More ambitious students with a goal getting experience In economics and merchandising will mean more and better selling, and if this can be done, the little fish will be right with either line he decides to take," Among the points brought up during the meeting were that most students have no concept of the outside world, but consider themselves adults as soon as they get their diplomas even though they may be lacking in experience: that the distributive education program which allows students to hold part time jobs helps the individual to gain valuable experience; and that more desire and initiative is needed since some students will do what they are told to do just fine, but will not look tor something else to do once they finish the first job. The meeting vas broken into three one-hour sessions with the first devoted to a presentation by two men from Advances Systems of Waterloo, lova, whome i program about the use of the overhead projector. For the second session, the 1*0 croups separated with the " wiUve education instruct discussing new materials We, distributive education po«t iecondary level such t UM new lova Central Com"~ - " |e In Fort Dodge, individual into- each student and Mer/onrf Cody emploveer. The Office education Instructors discussed the federal wage an hour lav and its application to their program especially since the updating of the law becomes effective in February; the club program; club contest; the regional conference to be A/ Thompson held at Green Lake, Wls., during May; facilities; and individual Instruction. The third session was devoted to Mr. Cody and Mr. Thompson and to a discussion between the retail and educator ends of the Ustrlbutlve education program. at Bode for Michael Holland Michael Paul Holland, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Daryl Holland of 410 Washington Street, Grinnell. la., passed away a few hours after his birth Wednesday, January 18, at St. Francis Hospital in Grinnell. He is survied bv his parentsv and his twin brother, Mark Edward. Also surviving are his maternal grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Parks of Sioux City, la.; his maternal great- grandmother, Mrs. Paul Schraeder of Sioux City; his paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Holland of Bode; and his paternal great-grandmother, Mrs. Paul Bonnessetter of Bancroft, Iowa. The infant's father is associated with the DeKalb Seed Corn Company in Grinnell. Graveside rites were held at 1 p.m., Friday, January 20, at the St. Olaf Lutheran Cemetery at Bode, with the Rev. Norman Johnson, pastor of the church, officiating. Friends may call at the Smith Funeral Home of Grinnell for additional information. Joseph Miller initiated into Phi Theta Pi Joseph W. Miller, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey A. Miller of Humboldt, a student atthe American Institute of Business at Des Moines, was inititated into Alpha Chapter of Phi Theta Pi, an international honorary business fraternity following a formal banquet at the Colonial Terrace Inn in Des Moines January 18. He was one of six young men chosen out of a total school enrollment of 650 that were chosen for superior scholarship, leadership, personality, and character. Miller is*taking a commercial course at the institute. Weather Annual charity ball to be held January 28 The annual charity ball sponsored by the two chapters of Beta Sigma Phi sorority in Humboldt will be held at the Star Ballroom In Ddkota City Saturday, January 28. The theme for the semi-formal dance will be "Royal Ball" with the Charles Russell Orchestra providing music. The 1967 queen candidates, chosen from outside of the organization, are Mrs. William (Karen) Jacobsen of Humboldt, Mrs. Wayne (Jean) Jennings of Dakota City, Mrs. Tom(Delores) Lav of Humboldt, Mrs. Edward (Marcia) Malmin of rural Rutland, and Mrs. Virgil (Marlene) Tervillicer of Humboldt. Mrs. Jacobsen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rutz of Livermore, is a graduate of Twin Rivers Community High School at Bode and is presently employed at Cody'sGrocery in Humboldt. Her husband is a salesman and mechanic for Laing's Auto Supply of Humboldt. The couple have two children, Carol Lynn. 6, and Billy, 3-1/2. Mrs. Jennings, is a graduate of Humboldt High School and of the Fort Dodge Community College. Her husband is a livestock buyer and she works part time as a hairdresser at the Charm Shop in Humboldt. They have three children. Rick. 13, Date 16 17 18 19 high 38 -2 10 30 low -10 -20 -18 -1 pre tr .13 wind sun SW clear NW clear N\V clear SW clear County legion auxiliary met at Renwick The Humboldt County Legion Auxiliary met at the Renwick Library at 2:45 p.m., Tuesday, January 17, with Mrs. Peter Helvick. county president, presiding. The program for the afternoon consisted of duets by Julia and Bill James, accompanied by Bill on tl'o guitar. Donell Clous played two saxophone solos accompanied by Marilyn Espe. During the meeting, ten women from Renvlck were presented membership shields for 25 years of continuous membership, crutches donated to the Adams Post Unit were in turn donated to the county loan closet, and reports were given by Mrs. Laura Seller of Humboldt, president of units, and by Mrs. Pearl Martin of Renwick. Mrs. James Fevold will be new librarian at Humboldt Mrs. James Fevold. 24, of rural Humboldt has been hired by the Humboldt Library Board as librarian for the Humboldt Public Library. She will besin work March 1. Mrs. Fevolil will succeed Mrs. Terry Hart, who has held the post for about three years ami is nov resigning for personal reasons. Mrs. Hart vas hired after the late Miss Nellie Pinney. Conference vocal festival at Humboldt, January 25 The high school choirs from Humboldt, Eagle Grove, Clear Lake, and Algona will present a varied program of choral music In the Humboldt Community High School gymnasium at 7:30 p.m., Wednesday, January 25. The evening program will climax a day consisting of a clinic session for each of the choirs, conducted by Dr. Bartlett Butler of Luther College at Decorah, Iowa, and two massed chorus rehearsals with all four choirs participating. The massed chorus, consisting of 285 singers, will also be directed by Dr. Butler. There will be a 85 cents student and 50 cents adult admission charge for the evening concert. The Music Boosters will serve an evening meal in the high school cafetorlum for the visiting choir members. 411 will eat hot lunch at noon. Ths other four co^to«ac« schools, Clarion, Hampton, Iowa Falls, and Webster City, will have the same clinician and the same massed chorus selections at their half of the annual festival to be held at Iowa Falls, Monday, January 30. The order of appearanee and selections to be presented at Humboldt Wednesday are as follows. The Humboldt Concert Choir, directed by H. Milo Hall Jr., "Overture For Voices," by Joseph Rottura; "Hallelujah," by William David Brown; and "A Song In the Wind," by Houston Bright. The Eagle Grove High School Choir, directed by Marc BXHJ, "Sing to the Lord," by C. Tye; "TlwoGod We Praise," by Pi<tt?r Tkach; and "Mira" from Carnival, by Bob Merrill. The Clear Lake Convert Choir, directed by Allen SOBI**. "{June Dimittis." by A, Greti-haninof; and "Rainsoug," by Bright, The Algona High School Choir, directed by Steve George, ''I Will Praise Thee. O Lord," by Kurt Nystedt: "Three Hungarian Folk Songs," by Bela Bartok; and "Seven,' 1 by Milton Rogers. The Massed Chorus, directed by Dr. Bartlett Butler, "All Earth Be Glad," Walter Rndbv; "Alleluia." Bach-Ramsey; "Alleluia.' 1 John C. Zanmeyer; "Flower of Beauty,' 1 John Clements; "Lord, Lord, I've Got Some Singin 1 to Do," Sohm«>rtz-Ton- ctwlte; and "Maine," Jerry Herman, "In years past, 11 according to Mr. Hull, Humboldt vocal music director, "This has been a very, very enjoyable evening program. I urge everyone to attend. "The last time the Festival was held in Humboldt was January 30, 1963, in the old gymnasium »t the present Junior high building, when Gordon QMS? son of COB Collie was vho was librarian for many years, retired. Mrs. Fevold, the former Marilyn Lerdal, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Lerdal of Goldfleld, is a 1965 graduate of Iowa State University at Ames, lova, where she majored in child development. She and her husband live on a farm west of Humboldt. They have no children. As librarian, Mrs. Fevold will direct a library staff that includes two other women, one full time and one part time, and high school girls who work on a part time basis. Donald Zigrang passed away Donald Zigrang, former resident of the Livermore community, passed away recently at the home of his sister, Miss Mary Zigrang, in Los Angeles, with whome hV resided. He is a brother of Harry Zigrang of Humboldt who has been visiting in California. Sheriff spoke to business women Marvin Anderson, Humboldt County Sheriff, spoke to the Business and Professional Women's Club, Wednesday evening, at Johnny's Steak Harbor, His topic included laws and their enforcement. Forty attended the meeting. To give illustrated lecture on Congo Clarence "Skip" Westphal of Manson, la., will give an illustrated lecture on "Congo" at the School of Missions at the Humboldt Methodist Church Sunday evening. The school session will begin at 7:00. Accompaning Mr. Westphal will be his two small Korean adopted (laughers who will sing. Less Hutchinson will be the teacher on the subject, "Keeper of the Poor." Rev. S. H. Hammer, Minister of Visitation, will lead the devotions. The music will be in charge of Albert Morehouse and William Mekemson. There will be a short discussion period and coffee. C/ar«nc» W«ifp/ig/ A west was L. a ch>f of police, atGllraore City, Hello World Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Krapp of Humboldt are the parents of a daughter born Saturday, January 14. 1967, at Lutheran Hospital. She weighed nine pounds, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Smith of Bradgate are the parents of a daughter weighing eight pounds, born Wednesday, January 18, 1967, at Mercy Hospital. Two directors art appointed Mrs. Edna Myers, secretary- treasurer of the Humboldt Mutual Insurance Association, has announced the appointment ol two directors to the Board ol Directors of the Humboldt Mutual Insurance Association. George Kuiwrt of Beaver Tovnship was appointed to fill the vacancy on the board left by the death of Ewald A. Weiss. Carl Lln4em»nft oj Corinth Township was appointed to 0)1 the vacancy left bj tot death of Q. E. Strachan, Mr. vas uresWeel of gp> Henry C. Olson of Ottosen is now acting vice president. The Association will hold its regular membership meeting at the home office at 513 Sumner Avenue in Humboldt at 10 a.m., Monday, January 23. The meeting is called for the election of three directors and any other business that may come before the meeting. Greg, 12, and Doug, 10. Mrs. Law, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Reed of Humboldt, attended the Humboldt schools, but graduated from the Garner, Iowa, high school. Her husband is a postal employee. They have five children, David, 15, Julie, 13, Deborah, 12, Tommy, 6, and Kimberly, 3. Mrs. Malmin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Dale of Bode, is a graduate of Twin Rivers Community High School at Bode and has been employed for the past two years in the Humboldt Trust and Savings Bank in Humboldt. Her husband farms five miles north and eight miles west of Humboldt and does livestock trucking in the winter. They have no children. Mrs. Terwilliger. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Moser of Rodman, Iowa, is a graduate of the Rodman High School and Is presently employed at Dale's in Humboldt. Her husband works for Humboldt Cornbelt Livestock Auction. They have two children. Kevin, 7, and Tammie, 6. The queen of the ball will be selected by popular vote by those attending the dance. She will be crowned by the new Humboldt-Dakota City Jaycee President Perry Slaikeu and receive a bouquet of roses from the Humboldt-Dakota City Chamber of Commerce. Tickets are available from any Beta Sigma Phi member at $1.25 each. Members of the sorority will conduct a door to door canvass for ticket sales and contributions of Humboldt and Dakota City between 7 and 9 p.m., Wednesday, January 25. The proceeds of the ball will go for a $50 scholarship to a Humboldt Community High School senior and to the Humboldt County Association for Retarded Children. Committee chairmen for the event are Mrs. Larry Kudart and Mrs. Roger Johnsen. publicity; Mrs. Dan Fowler and Mrs. Harold Dresser, tickets and queens; and Mrs. Elvin Collins and Mrs. Dean Harklau, decorations. Librory circulation for 1966 totaled 56,996 The Humboldt Public Library had a total circulation for 1966 of 56,996 including 11,766 adult nonfiction books and magattnes, 15.579 adult fiction. ?5,630chlld- ren's books, 3,578 phonograph records, and 443 pictures. This is an increase of 1.901 over the 1965 circulation of 55,395. The library added «44 adult books and 391 children's books during 1968 to briof the adult total to 13,814 Mdtfe Juvenile total to IO.IQI, Sm#y,iQr«e record t)Nft« wit «U»*tte4 FUMK ****** tat Ik* B* tattled STSl.Sl ^ MmMartto iir u Ljgig" vfJBff^JtSUffi- vf%. i were $11,350.85, down $4,916,04 from the previous year's total of $88,936.33. Receipts tor the EEUW I"** 1 ** W.H4.45, up $9,979.30 over the 1965 tola! ol included l from Income tor 1966 119,063,4* ttm iwes. lift* $650 from towtt*lp cou- ««gti, nMffrpl the gali ol books. W*.U km Iwi prt

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