The Humboldt Independent from Humboldt, Iowa on January 21, 1967 · Page 2
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of th<> paMtc Ubrarv, "Mystery of the at Sop**" b> Mabel Kstfeer Allan is a dra- watif t**«ai» thriller set in the Swiss Alps, Wiile on a holiday. ywnjt Blnnt* Wet* is Wd- nai***! becaus* her father has information *Wch a New band ••iforns Bil7 Ro»»«Ji*n, ton o/ Mr. one* Mrs. Dale Rosmusten •J ttw»l*Mf will 4e rfce fWfwrW so/oi*f oSrriito- a varied pro- ffMi of fatfrttMRto/ «v*ic frVat wi/f ee presented of the HwniwWr Jimrer Niafc SefcooJ owdiforiuw at 7^0 «.». Tuesday, Je*t»ory 24, «' wfciefc rime ffce 6o»d wi/f moke ffreir f/rtf ftiUic appearance in ifceir new vniroras waicfc were r»ce*f/y pvrc&csed by rlie Matte S«esrers C/ufc. Bi// is *|IOWR aleve wlffc rr>e fo&e fJwf fie wif/ p/oy dvriity ffce preormi weertna one of ffce new uniforms. During TWtdajr evenings perfcwnonce, fce wif/ &e occamponieo 1 try Me/iWa Mrcley, oWofcter of Mr. end Mrs. fto&ert Miciey. Also appearing wi/f fee ffce sixth grade fcand in fneir first concert petforawnce. Befit aeads ore undtr fne direc- Hen of Diet Jenii*i.-fWep*»4enf Pnoro. cousin toes to Svttterland to search rot her and brings attempts on her own life. Maureen Daly's "My Favorite Mystery Stories" Is a varied eolleetion of mystery tales bv swh authors as Agatha Christie. A. Conan Doyle. Mijmon Kb- erhart. and even a short pmler by Maureen Daly herself. "Thirteen Clues for Miss Marple' by Agatha Christie introduces teens to the popular mystery writer. This collection of her mystery stories will be enjoyed by teens ami adults alike. T»x> ne* football stories hate been added for the bov&. In '•Gridiron Glory" by CurtisFMs- hop. a h»sth school dropout returns to school in order to ?o on to cc^legt? ami then play pro football. His return is not easv because he must learn to play a next- position as veil as. keep up his grades. "Long Pass" bv Bill Carol tells of a boy *ho wants to pJay (j-.iarterbsck but the coach chooses another boy for the position. Competition on the football Reid and in his private life forces him to make some drastic decisions about his life. Former resident of HumboWt died New York Social Caleidar Covrfesy of SIEVCRS FUNERAL HOME iATORDAT.JAJTOARtSl OJF.A, sects at 6:30 pja. at the Lacks Paptirtfgt lor Covered uafe Supper. Mr. aad Mr*. John AaderMB Mr. aad Mrs. Jesae Horn. MOJTDAY, JAXOAHY Q The Monday CWb vill meet at the borne of Mrs. Stella Bans at 2 tun. Mrs. Agoes Jeasen i the hostess. TUESDAY, JANUARY 24 Royal NeJcttoors Lodft meets. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 25 A. L C. meets at 1 p.m, Graet; A colorful book for primary chiMren is "Mother, Mother I Feel Sck. Send for the Doctor Qokk. Quick, Quick.- It Is co-authored by Ferny Charlip and Barton Sopree. Taking off from an old jump rope rhyme, the authors carry their story to heights of absurdity. Children •cill find it fanny as the doctor takes still another and more. preposterous object out of Otis greedy chad's stomach. For- tunatelr, it an cocoes out veil in the end. or does it? A picture book that vill bring back many memories for all is BeJea Bockiev*s "Too Many Crackers." "Eat one cracker erery day." the little boys mother said, "and vtten the crackers are an gooe. ve'P be home." Ever? day be ate a cracker and watched for the mail man. The days passed slowly, and. one day it was so lonesome vith- ost Ms parents that the little boy thought he cooJda't vait a da; longer for them to come borne. That ias rten be deckled there v«re too many crackers. Three ne»myst*rieshairebeen added to the yoonj adult depart- HUMBOLDT-Harold W. Day. a retired postmaster at Os-«?s:o. Xe* York, and a former Humboldt resident, died January 14, at Oswego. He graduated from Humboldt Hi£h School in 1925 and married the former Ellen Engie of Hymboldt *ho »-as also a member of the HHS class of 1925. They raoved *ith his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Day of Humboldt. to Osn-ego where they have all since resided. Among the syrvivirs? are tus wife. EHen; his mother. Mrs. Jessie Day; and a suo. Dale. He «as a member of the Masonic Lodge and received the position of Grand High Priest of the State of New York, Royal Arch Mason by Lake Ontario Chapter 165. and 19th Caperu- lar District Roval Arch Masons. In 1965. Mr. and Mrs. Day came to Humboldt to attend the class reunion of the Humboldt High School class of 1925, While in Humboldt, they visited his cousins and their families,' George. Fred, and Charles Day; Mrs. Gordon Hoffman and Mrs. George Solbeck: and other relatives and friends. At convention in Washington Mr. and Mrs. Burl Place and family of Humbodt were in Washington. D. C.. this week attending a convention of the National Limestone Producers Association. Mr. Place, owner of the P i M Stooe Company of Humboldt, is president of the Iowa Lime Producers Association. Kori Palm baptized January 15 RENWtCK-Mr. ami Mrs, James McGownn ami Jim. Mr, and Mrs. H. G. Palm and Warren of Lake City, and Mrs.Kath- erine Anderson of Forest City, all attended the bantistml services of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Palm's baby. Kari Lynne. in the Lutheran church in Bode Smday, Sponsors *?re Nari Lynn's uncles. Jim McGo*nn and Warren Palm. They wre all dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Palm. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Nelson were in DPS Moines last Wednesday to be with Mrs. Nelson's father, Harold Nelson, who submitted to surgery in the Veterans' Hospital. Herbert Wilcox in Vietnam with U.S. Air Force Airman First Class Herbert E. Wilcox. son of Mr. and Mrs. Duane E. Wilroy of Humboldt is nov in Vietnam as a weapons mechanic. Ho is a member of the Pacific Air Forces which provides offensive-defensive airpowr for the I. S. and its allies in the PaeitV t- ,-r East and Southeast Asia. Before his arrival \n Southeast Asia, he was assigned to the 343 Fighter Group, Duluth Internationa) Airport. Minn. The airman is a graduate of Humboldt Community High School. Women's clubs met at Harold February wedding Mrs. Jock Craig of Hvmboldt announces tne enoooe- mtnl and approaching morr/oge of her daughter, Joyce, fo Boo Brown fie fa 1 , son of Mr. ana 1 Mrs. Marvin Brownfie/d of Humbo/e/f. A February weddfng i$ p/onned. Joyce is the daughter of Mrs. Craig and tne /ore Joe* Craig. She is empfoyeo* as a bookkeeper of fhe Bayse Hatch- try. Mr. Brownfie/a* is emp/oyed by Farmland Industries of HomboWt.-Sou/ Sfudfo Pho/o. Roptes' home Donna McGuire baptized Sun., January 15 HUMBOLDT-Tbe Farm Bureau Women's Clubs of Beaver and Norway Townships met Tuesday, January 17. at the home of Mrs. Harold Kopte with Mrs. William Kirchhoff and Mrs. Marvin Kuehnast as co-hostesses. There were 14 women present. A film about Farm Bureau life was shown by Warren Brown. Humboldt County Farm Bureau Insurance agent. Attorney Harlan Stoebe. a Humboldt attorney, talked about income tar, making wills and other subjects of interest. The hostesses served lunch, Bridg-o-Ramo COUPLES Mr. and Mrs. Harry Dugan, 21.020; Mr. and Mrs. O." E. Barsness. 19.650; Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Good. 19.040; Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Ressler. 18.340; Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Knutson, 17,420; and Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Andersen, 17,310. LADIES Mrs. Esther Ruble and Mrs. Madalyn Swearingen. 18,180; Mrs. Harry Dugan and Miss Mar- ciaDugan. 17.290; and Mrs. Kenneth Knutson and Mrs. Kenneth Perin, 1S.870. ST. JOE-Donna Marie McGuire. Infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David JlcGuIre, born December 30, »-as baptized Sunday in St. Joseph Church by Rev. L. C. Schumacher. Mrs. Donna Nolan of Detroit, Mich., and Pat McGuire of St. Joe were sponsors. Donna Marie has two brothers. David Jr. and Andrew. Mrs. William B. Devine entertained her 500 club Thursday afternoon with one table In play. Receiving prires »-ere Mrs. E. J. Gales. Mrs. Susie Kramer, Mrs. John Thul. and Mrs. Tony Becker. Mrs. E. J. Gales entertains the group January 26. Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Nlemand of Pocahontas have moved into the janitors home in St. Joe and Mr. Nlemand has accepted the position of St. Joseph's Parish custodian. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Berte have moved into their new home in St. Joe from their farm north- cost of St. Joe, Mr, and Mrs. Alfred Berte, nevlyweds, 'are getting settled on the Berte farm, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Berte and family have moved to the A1-. phonse Berte farm from the Joe Berte farm wst of St. Joe, The Alphonse Berte farm buildings are Just newlv established across the road wst of the home place, east of St. Joe, where Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Berte and family live. Mr. and Mrs. Florlan Faber moved to the farm vacated by Mr. and Mrs. Jim Berte and family from the house on the Harold Frlders farm. Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Plathe vill observe their 25th wedding anniversary Saturday, January 21. The Plathes have a son. Richard, of Fort Leonard Wood, Mo. Mrs. Plathe. the former Loretto Ftsch, Is the daughter of Mrs. Catherine Fisch, of Algona. and the late Nick Fisch. Delmer Is the son of Charles Plathe of St. Joe and the late Mrs. Clara Plathe. They were married in St. Joe and have spent their 2!i years on the Plathe farm west of St. Joe. An evening mass Wednesday at 7:45 p.m. In St. Joseph's Church will proceed the Knights of Columbus regular monthly meeting. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Bormann spent several days at Alta Vista with relatives and friends. Mrs. Bormann's sister. Mrs. Anna Bormann. visited the first of the week and accompanied them back to her home. Lu Verne funeral servkes today for Jesse Lindebak Funeral services will be held at ''Z p.m., today in the Blake Funeral Home at Lu Verne for Jesse A. Lindebak. 76. a retired Lu Verne business man who died Wednesday night at the Fort Dodge Lutheran Hospital •vhere he was admitted Monday as a medical patient. The Rev. Roy A. Blesemoyer will officiate with Interment In the Lu Verne Cemetery. Born at Leland. HI., Mr. Lindebak married the former Laura Sanford at Ellsworth In 1911. They moved to Lu Verne, during 1917 where he operated a grain elevator until he entered the implement business in 1940. He sold the business and retired in 1957. He was a member of the Masonic Lodge, Among the surviving are his wife; t\vo daughers, Mrs. Duane Neal nnd Mrs. Charles Hansel' man, both of Lu Verne; a son f Edward, of Lu Verne; five grandchildren; three great-grandchildren; three sisters, Mrs, Mabel Brlnton of Ellsworth. !a. f and Mrs. Ida Knutson and Mrs, Amanda Thoreson, both of Story City, In.; and B brother, Harold, of Radcllffe, Iowa, WNk (lie ckwchrfs THE METHODIST CHURCH W. Morris Klldal, Minister S. H. Hammer Minister of Visitation Humboldt, Iowa ; Saturday, Jan. 21; Confirmation classes for seventh and eighth grades. 9:30 a.m. Sunday, Jan. 22: Divine Worship services. 8:30 and 10:45 a.m.; Sermon by Dr. Klldal, "1 Am the Way"; Church School, 9:40 a.m.; MYF's, 5:30 p.m.; School of Missions, 7 p.m.; Mr. Clarence "Skip" Westphal will speak. Tuesday, Jan. 24: WSCS Lesson Leaders, 1:30 p.m.; MYF Panel, 6:30 p.m. Wednesday. Jan. 25: All Day Mission Workshop; WSCS Ways and Means Committee, 9:30 a.m. Thursday. Jan. 26: WSCS Prayer Group, 9:30 a.m.; WSG Study Group. 7 p.m, at Mrs. Harold Solbeck's. BulldtngCom- mlltee, 7 p.m.; Choirs: Youth, 6:45 p.m.; Wesley. 7 p.m.: Bell, 7:30 p.m.; Chancel, 8 p.m. Friday. Jan, 27: Cherub and Junior Choirs, after school. Saturday. Jan. 28: Confirmation class for the seventh grade. Halls' Hawker Q. When did the motto "In God we truit" first appear on U.S. coins? A. April 22, 1864, by Act of Congress. Q. Why do*» the insurance company hand you a check after a lo»»? A. Because you first had the acumen to apply for the protection. Injure wltk the Fred W. Hall Agency S«5 1st Ave. N. Hudkeldt Cattwrte, "Back Wxata ton? Hssbott Dintteate Brttp CM» nteto it 8antekt Tn« Booa. Belief Carp neet*. B. P. W. MMta. dal Cuter. Procrua. "SHI bnproftMat." Locfe wffl t» •tmd. THURSDAT. JAKCAHY » Zton Lrtatru Ladies GalkJ BMts. Dewttoa* aadtopicVtad- «r, COM)* Kadart; kottesMk afarfe Kirefcfaof aad lasrttte Beat; Altar G«IkL Aajr Klreb- koffa»d!i*lKiawrl GoldM A|* dab flMtts at 140 These keys turn on 21 different Oldsmobiles ...all priced under $2,920! A* ^X* 1 » I OF| W9.JO I. 8 ,co v •\* J235.00 pronto FllfS r- 1 f w iiiM «. Mill at 4hi f«mit HMM* 'irl ^^ .''- L, *fe*^ * ^ , -4^ ^r^ m***** ^ Alto Legql SUe> Letter Slie, Fibre Front, $4,24 Letter Siie, Steel Front, $5.22 SMEAD RiOFIME SCHOOL WAUITS Slzong. long lolling Redlibi. WalUU with Tap* Ti. ... lor can-flag IOOM not**, booki. p.nrtlj, rultn and other nUc.llan.oui tchool mal«rtaU. Laiq.r six.* ld«al lor drawlngi. atl woik, »lc. FULL 2" EXPANSION. 14H » 9H ' 35* fe ? ^^%y

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