The Humboldt Independent from Humboldt, Iowa on January 28, 1967 · Page 2
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Humboldt, Iowa
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Saturday, January 28, 1967
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, J«**** M, 1111 ol «*» L, C. elrareh, a» HM gwst FWDAt, FEBRUARY J Peb»«ah LolRe meets. Hun*oMt Hobbrcrafl Club meets it 1:SO jx.m, at thehomf of Mrs. Erarts (Vsra) Tliton with Bonnlt Molltor as eo-Hoshtss. TT» project wfll be th* making of i new trp» of er*.p* flowers, FMfftlHoM Her lew Storere 24 Heut Arakvkinca Servle Prieiie 3J2-J247 AMlllenal Owlra (or Any S del tvent *»ey Be Obtained r*R§E af the Furore) Ha« *• M 'i ' i i'. 1 r| il^^sMoi mA m m - nmpnm MIH Will wed ia April Mr. onJ Mrs. Emesf T. Peterson ef Borft onnowtce fhe engagement end approaching marring* of fft»tr daughter, Rosalind, fo Oonny Lee Collins, son of Mr. and Mrs. Francis T. Cef/ias of Liwrmor*. An forty April *t*<iding it planned. Miss Pe*Je«OB wo* gradvottd in 19&6 from fhe Twin Rivers Comravnrfy Hro& School at Bode. wn«r« Mr. Collins otWvafW daring 1962. Ht is presently taploftd at Ooerg's Dairy in Fort Social Calendar Cowfety of SIEVERS FUNERAL HOME WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 1 HomboWt Women's Clab vOl meet at 8 p,ra. in the Comtnuaitr room of tie Rumboldt Trust and Strings Bank. Program, History of oar dob, a tableau presented by Mrs. Warns UOler; mask, Mrs. Jack Dodfea. Mrs. Dare Carter, and Mrs. Xorman Ho*.-, testad with Mrs. Don Hamilton at toe piano; hostesses, Mrs. Joe Dodge, chairman, Mrs. Hubert Hodd, Mrs. Alria Bolster, Mrs, ArSrar Hewlett, Mrs. dories Joiner. Mrs. Fred Jeasen, Mrs. Bar Laird, Mrs, Eugene Leonard, and Mrs, C. R. Le»- ellym. THURSDAY. FEBRUARY Z Coofregatiooa! Women's Fellowship meets. Worship service, Mrs. K. J. Smith; the American Indian FOra, "Strangers in Their Own Land." WSCS peaeral meeting. Pro- griiE. "Christian and Buddist"; Mrs. Ray Lundien; hostesses, Mrs. Harrr Barns, Mrs. Vinnie Fanning and Mrs. La-rrence Lmdhirt. RaUaad W9CS meets at ~:3C p.m. Program leader. Mrs. George Curry; and hostess, Mrs. Richard Lanning, The ALCW of Our Saviour's Lutheran Ctoreh in Humboldt •»ffl meet at 2 p,ns. for a program, "Who is He?" with Rev. Dionne Dodd is finalist for ISU Pledge Princess Miss Diatme Dodd. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Dodd of HumboWt. has been chosen one of the four finalists for Pledge Princess at Iowa State University in Ames, la. The candidates tor this honor are chosen by the fraternity pledges from all the girls who are sorority pledges. The Princess will be chosen at a dance at the university Saturday evening, January 28. Dianne is a pledge of Gamma Phi Beta sorority and is a physical education major at the university. 'Yankee Nomad' memorial to Humboldt library The book, "Yankee Nomad," by David Douglas Duncan was given to the Humboldt Public Library in memory of Mrs. Mina F. House! and Miss Nellie F. Pinney by their families. This noted photokwrnalist and former photographer for Life magazine tells the story of his life In a readable narrative accompanied by a gallery of color and black- and-white photographs compiled over the last thirty years, to- Hand swing qiilt prizt Members of ffce Mumbo/c/f County Historical Association or* shown os ifiey rfoofc/t stltchtd by hand *0ch of fh« seam* of o quiff cons/sting of 224 o/ocfc* of »/x gfeces eocfi of ffie horn* of'Mrs. Essfe Cooper of Offosen Tuesday offer- noon, January 24. WorAtrs ore, /off fo rfgnf, Mrs. Roy Tt/foro 1 , Mrs. A/. o*rf Thorstn, Miss Naomi* Sfruffcers, Mrs. Bessfe Cooper, ana* Mrs. Essie Cooper, all of Offosen, A/so oss/sf/ng w/rn fne sewing ore Mrs. Rey Hensen of HumfcoWf ana 1 Mrs. Don Usher of Offosen. The qwi/f wi// be given ewoy ef a eYewiflf f* be March 6, fW7, af fhe Flrtl Wafiona/ Bank Secfef Center M Humboldt. To become e/fglbfe, persons *w r ivy a f/ekef for 25 cenfs for which fhey §ef fheir MM* en fhe beck ef fhe qwi/f ana* a chance for winninf fhe fvift ef Me eVewfng, The women have sef a aoa/ of ana name for each ef fhe 1344 pieces fhaf make wp me fvi/f. Aft •receWt a* fa fhe hisfef- leal ossoe/efton.-rWeeerWenf fhefe. eluded are pictures of people and places Important in history daring these years thus making the book a historical document as well as a personal narrative. Another book is "The National Parks of America" by Stewart Udall and the editors of Country Beautiful. The book begins with an introduction to the concept of national parks, a history of their development and some thoughts on their future by Mr. Udall, Then each of the thirty- two national parks is described In its own chapter with text and photographs. An appendix tells the season for each park, how to get to the park, and what ac- comodations available. Also the best seller, "The Search for Amelia Earhart". has been added. Fred Goerner tells of his six-year search to solve the mystery of the disappearance of Amelia Earhart and her navigator, Fred Noonan. nearly 30 years ago. Wben visiting the children's room, a book of value for primary children is "Do You Remember?" by Mircea Vaslliu. The author has captured the memories of a child on his.seventh birthday. How much there is the be remembered; the, first day In school, the special friend, fights, and shared secrets. It Is the author's hope that many children will be able to identify with these situations and recall their own feelings and experiences. Older girls are enjoying "The Witch's Daughter" by Nina Bawden. Perdita lived on the Scottish island of Skua with her foster mother. She knew no one, because the island children were afraid of her. Later two children arrived on the island for a visit, and Janey. a blind girl, became Perdtta's best friend. As Tim discovers mysterious happenings they all begin to wonder about Perdita's family and about Perdita herself, the witch's daughter. "Dragons. Unicorns and Other Magical Beasts" by Robin Palmer is a new folk lore addition. In a dictionary fashioned after a medieval bestiary, more than sixty fabulous birds and beasts are described both in ,words and In pictures. There is a collection of unusual stories and verses including talkesofthe Pooka of Ireland, the Chinese dragon, England's deceptive Hedley Ko»-. and the Simurgh bird of Persia. Your Ford Dealer has a Better Idea: White Sale savings on cars and trucks! Ftftt Aretrae Baptist Mar) Circle meets. Leader, Mrs. taet Rose; hostess, Mrs. Velma Pet- eracfl; co-hostess. Mrs. Irone Kncrries. Tonight White Sato u«taf* ea ML'ettf during this Kmttc^-tune evwttl Above: Galaiic KO 2-Ooor Hardtop WMto Sato fktua tpiriill Si«o«! to* ytx* mcfcjdM sngrri . oeiuxc USCT «nti« and outl infill Wftikt Sate r*rd Curteai MO! m®i $»e*t*a <-n,i ««k.'« tnfl tr*»>. any time Sunday COUNTRY CALL ANYWHERE IN THE U.S.* FOR Joycee DSA banquet to be February 11 The annual distinguished service award banquet of the Humboldt-Dakota City Jayceeswlllbe held Saturday, February llth, at Johnny's Steak Harbor at 7 p.m. Perry SJtklcu Is president of the Jaycees. Three awards will be presented - including the Junior Distinguished Service Award, the Senior Distinguished Award, and the Outstanding Young Farmer Award. Nominees for the Junior Distinguished Award must be 35 years of age or under. Nominees for the award are Roger Day of the First National Bank; Orin L. Nelson. Humboldt County Auditor: Marvin Andersen, Sheriff of Humboldt County; Russell Chrlstensen of the Christensen '66 Service Station, and Don Wlshart, Associate Hum* botdt County Extension Agent Nominating organltatlona are the Humboldt County larjustrlal Development Corporation, Chamber of Commerce, Klwan- Is Club, Methodist Mm, LloM Club, Business and Professional Women's dob, Worthwhile a* of Dakota City, Humboldt Women's Club, Newcomer's Club, Delta Tau Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi, and Delta 9ffma Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi. Judges for the Junior Distinguished Service Award are Fred Meyer of the HumotaTheatre: Helke J. Tjaden of the Iowa Public Service Company; and Chase McLaughlln of the Humboldt Newspapers. Sponsoring firms for the Distinguished Service Awards and banquet are the J. F. Anderson Lumber Company, Humboldt County Lumber Company, and the Home Lumber Company. Tickets are on sale by all Jaycee members at $2.50 each. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Schonberger of Rolfe spent a day last week with Mrs. Nora Alvis. E, Wood of Humboldt to vtirfjvry wMMnAy . January IS, at MM Port Lutheran Hospital after Minted a broken arm and cation. His room number It N9. MlM Cheryl R. Wood returned fcome Tuesday after surgery at MM Port Dodge Lutheran Hospital. HARDY-Edward Northrup Is In a hospital In Rochester, Minn., and underwent major surgery Monday for the removal of one lung, Jerry May, son of Mr. and Mrs. Myron May, underwent a tonsllectomy at the Lutheran hospital In Fort Dodge Monday and returned home Tuesday. Coin shower bold for Kara Lynn Montgomery A pink and white "Coin Shower" was held at 9:45 a.m., Thursday In the Fellowship Hall of Our Saviour's Lutheran Church tor Kara Lynn, Infant daughter of Pastor and Mrs. Arthur Montgomery. Mrs. Don Hamilton and Mrs. Wilbur Curran, chairmen, presented a short program. Mrs. Hamilton presented Kara's "Coin Basket" to her mother. Coffee and coffeecake, furnished by the circles, was served to (0 guests by the ALCW Executive Committee. * CMMM Funeral services for Mrs. Allene Cancllla, 6t. of Gllmore City, we re held at 10a.m., Thursday, January 26, at St. John's Catholic Church with the Rev. John Cain officiating. Interment was la the Graceland Cemetery at Webster City. She died Tuesday morning at her home following a lingering Illness. Born and educated at Webster City, Mrs. Cancllla, the former Allene Arnold, lived for a time at Gllmore City, moving In 1941 to Las Vegas, Nevada, where she married Tony Cancllla in 1941. They returned to Gllmore City a month ago. Surviving are her husband; a daughter, Mrs. Robert Cavanaugh of Gllmore City; six grandchildren; and a sister, Mrs. Peter Grlggs of Otlvchurst, Calif. BUSINESS and PROFESSIONAL HUMBOLDT CITY OFFICIALS -J»an M. Kl.Y.. Mayor JUrold Solb.ok; City CUlk L. W. Dlokiuon, ChUf at Polio* COIU>O||B*O Jlob«rt Roldcn ChrUUn**o R. T. N*wion Nonun M. MoArihur COUNTY OFFICIALS •Attorney, John MuitUld Auditor, OtU N»Uo« A»»l«o>, Mul* Phll|l»* CUrk ol Cowl. A. H. Oo*tUak Ba«lM«r, Vono* Miller B*oord«r. Bather 1. »«bl» SlrarUf, MwU AB4*n*> Sup*rlBt*Bd«nt, Harold Oru- 'Treaaarer, Coroaer, Dr. J. H. Coddlaatoa tJ A BIOTA CITY TOW« OFFICIALS OrvllU Kaudion, Mayor J»dy A. Tkoapion, Town CUrk CounollBcn D*l« Bhod«« J»rry L. O*org» Botxrt My.ra Marvl. B.rhow Bob«rt Oflffln JOHN EDWARDS BEAI, ESTATE UOKEK FABM MANAGEMENT riMMM IU-1MI •nsakeUt. lewa JAQUA A MANSFIELD LAWYERS BM OLSON ABSTRACT CO. EsM 8. Dejr SSS-ISN ••SAbeW la. ______ _______ Ercnln» by ApBolntmtnt Pboo* lU-STii HS<A Bum»« Humboldt DM. DAVID W, HOVT Complit* Health 8«rvlc« Hour* I-U 1:10 to • P.M, •ILL MAFNEft CHUBCH PASTORS . . Dr. «7 MorrU Klldal R«v. S. H. Haaaxr Coa«r«iatloBal B«*. Fraaola P. Burr Our Savjoar'a LutMraa R«v. L. C. Jaaaoa ••v. Xrttiiu Moat»o»«ry St. Mary 'a Ca'thaUo MoBalgaor J. B. Tola* Sa*«ata Day Advaatlat BitaaBll Jokaaoa HOB Lutacraa Ckwek Mlaaourl Syaod aO« No. Talt aad Baavar Towaakla R«*. Larry Kvdart Fifth AvaBUa BaplUt Rav. Carroll Brtokaoa DM. HOVKLAND ^^""ilse *"*** *•**" ••*• Oflto* DR. E. P. HANSEN opToinmurr te U:M 1:M to | :M T;M to Aftoraawi CIVIC AND SBRVIOB ORGANISATIONS Ckaaihai ol COBJBMM* T. PTwatoh, Pra«M«at Rotary CUb Maao, Kalaht, Pr.ald«.? Klwaala..£lub Duaaa Wlad, PraaUaat . Lloaa Club _ T. '. Welch, PreaMeat Jayoeee Charle* Haarahaa, Pree. SISSON NURSING HOME •eflatotW Nawes IR Charge Can tf A«W. f^awaleace.4 art NavatBg Service Mt-liM Seller A»»IUncw Service Olfan Te« . •enrke-All Makes ' IIMSM • Mm Q. E. Sales A Servke The Aawrloaa Le«lea Jab* VB» Hen, Cea>a>aa4er Aaarloaa Lefla* Awllrwy A«roaa froai HuaxtU Theatre H, SsaOtli, Broker ESTATE . INBVBANCB fABM U>ANS '

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