The Humboldt Independent from Humboldt, Iowa on January 28, 1967 · Page 4
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The Humboldt Independent from Humboldt, Iowa · Page 4

Humboldt, Iowa
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Saturday, January 28, 1967
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ft* h Wad ii CdHoraia Mia* Elisabeth Ellin Kyoko Shiomichi, daughter of Mrs. Kyo Shiomichi and th* fat* Mr. Shiomichi of Tornnct, California, and flrwc* Cooi, sen of Mr. and Mrs. Emery Coot af Rvthnd, war* onifW in norrrao* Dwcwsotr 77 of th* Trinity Episcopal Church in Hollywood, California. Mrs. Coot is e 1966 greaWfe of U.C.L.A. Mr. Coot of. faWs fta University of Sovttiorn California at B+rlnlty, waaia Jia is 0 sfvoVnf in orcAifwcfvro/ ene/newr-iAe. TJj«jr art •f fcaaia in 0*rt*fo)r, California. Himboldt bowlers placed in district and state matches for tbe Eateria CiSs, Porter's Electric, sad Star Laaes Strik- ettes teams. H50i fusue honors feaTC beea etraed frv BiQ Mardsast wi£i a 245 Ski "by La Kaaert wiili a fjJET 9S3Q G'u^&CtTC C^OOptnlJ^t lems wfeae stee tnwls tor Bayse Star Lanes Stzftettes, Bumbo** bowlers placed ia (he district toaraa&e** bel<J in llaaoe Cttr aorJ ae state tear- &UMBt beid is Des Mwoes. Aaauf them were Kea Good ud SOB. Joto, first m district and Kcood ia state: Lsvreooe «od Gtefi Hepker, first ia and Tin first is district mi iecuui ia *t*t; feerr DV**F sat Tim Burse, first ia district 18& is stste; Hek tod ESdc Ttil, see- OBfi tOt wvul^%« te the asfcwd deribics. OK M*r- tte aad JODer teas bowled ss •OS scratch. Team neaters w«re Mr. sad Mrs. JBBMS Ka&- «rt sod Mr. aad Mrs. Ersfe LiBdqalsL At tte Star I»Me^ is HBJB- baldt, Wfli series tenors go ta M«rt JateuKB with a $36 tad to Joifl TkoBpsoa with a COS. Be tor de TTuffftoMt tep- teas wfcQe she iujfc scares taw stcasie£ t? Jata Tbaanpsat s €09 series ia 8>e Ha^teve Leigue for a* Eatrria Cafe team; Bcs- seQ <Boste} TerwiQicer, wto boils for Sit 3io*£»ay Cafe. Cferisteases ConsCraetiao and Oastora Fkni- leasas, las roBed lt-600 series wifit a bigfe of Stl- Erale ' (Coatlmcd from »af* 1) rlnt «* <t» Htttt (Inter of her left hand. Mrs. WM«h was not In « ft* "know." At the banquet. Countess Marta was seated between Mrs, Welch and Jean M. K!«it. mayor of HamboWt. Accorttnt to (tie Cewntes*, ftelr tontersatioawis "ehartntnj:." The true ideotttj of the Countess was a well-kept HumboWt secret. The tew who had heard her or were aware of the existence of the Countess did not "talk," so the masquerade went over big. The Countess had a heart warming, suspense filled story of her espionage activities. She had escaped Poland Just before the Germans took over the country in 1939. She had flown to England with her brother, an aviator in the Polish Air Force, and her father, a high official in the Polish secret service, Just before the Natis arrived. She became an espionage agent of the British Secret Service and was parachuted back into Poland to find out who in the British government was giving information to the Nazis. She eventually obtained the Information from a German army officer vith whom she had developed a friendship. She pointed out how Communists can infiltrate into a community, join a church, and apparently live respectable lives while carrying on Communist activities unsuspected. She worked up this theme by pointing out how easy it is tor Communists to go undetected and pointed out that even those attending the meeting could not be sure that she was not an impostor aad perhaps not even a woman. Then the Countess reve»led her true identity. At the opening of her talk, the Countess said she was en- rcwte to Hollywood to aid in the dm ing of a motion picture on her espionage activities. She said Sophia Loren vas playing tbe part of Countess Maria Pul- astd. The Countess vis Introduced by Fred Meyer, secretary of the Chamber of Commerce. Also appearing on the program »as Gerald Christensen, Hum- botot soloist «fco sang "I Lore Life." "When I Think Upon the Maidens," "Don't Ask Me Lord," and "My Jooney*s End." accompanied by Wflliam B. Mek- -emson. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Tbor- SOB are moving February 1 to Colorado Strings, Colo. Started SMV project Art Ashton is shown holding th* Slow Moving VtMc/« Emohm display that will t« p/ocW 0/009 "•'* informational littratur* in »ach of fnt t/«vofor* in Humboldt County as a Kiwanis project. Ashton assisted Don Wishart, county extent/on associate, in pnstntlng a program on *• tmb/em and its vies of fft« regular Kiwanis mating h»ld at Johnny's Sttak Harbor in Humootdt Thursday noon, January 26. Th»y or* m«mo«r< of th* Ayrlcultur* and Constrvaf/on Comau'fr** of IrSt organization.-lndtp»nd»nt Photo. County wide slow moving vehicle project underway Ohio Stute University, Is visible tor 1,000 foot In the dnyllcM, R ving motorists tlmft to stow air vehicles sufficiently. At nlRht, the reflective 'fed Dontor of the emblem glows In the wrth of Approaching unto headlights, Art Ashton noted that the use of the emblem has been approved by the National Safety Council, American awlcty of Agriculture Engineers, National Insltute for Farm Safety. Automotive Safety Foundation. National Safety League of Canada, and other regional, state, and local organisa- tions. "However," Ashton cautioned, "The emblem may not be used to replace tall lights, warning flashers or flags, nor asaclear- ance marker. It Is for use only on the rear of vehicles that move at 25 mph or less on the public roads. "As a Klwsnls project, the Agriculture and Conservation Committee will distribute SMV displays and Informative literature to all of the elevators In Humboldt County In an attempt to reduce the number of accidents and fatalities due to slow- moving vehicle collisions." Ashton concluded. Guests at the meeting were Orln Nelson, Humboldt County Auditor and Norman Moklestad. county extension director. Lake Clippers viewed slides on nutrition The regular meeting of the Lake Clippers 4-H Club was held Saturday, January 21, at the home of Valerie Larson. Roll call, "A New Year's Resolution," was answered by 15 members. Three leaders were also present. An Illustrated talk was given by Linda Crossley on the "Wonders of Food." A demonstration was given by Valerie Larson on making muffins and another illustrated talk was given by Nancy Nervlg on •Uard- oooked eggs." tots Lerdnl gavo * demonstration on yeast. aidts on mitrillon were shown by tr* tenders and lunch was served by the hostess and her mother. Motor voblclo registrations Peter D, Holt, Mickey Ford, Inc., Ford. Qarmon Lee or Joyce Marcella Holland, Kossulh Motor Company, AlRoiia, Chevrolet. Corn Fiolt Pov-or Coop, Humboldt Motor aios, CMC. "CENTRAL IOWA CHURCH of lh» AIR" 10:30 Tomorrow Tomorrow 1 ! i*rvlc* produced In cooperation with Filth Av». Baptlit Church Humboldt, Iowa PASTORi Carroll Erlckson CHOIR DIRECTORi Bob Byb«« ORGANISTi Mrs. Sllai F.vold KRNT-TV** 11:45 A.M. on KRNT Radio 1350 Don Wlshart, Humboldt County Extension Service associate, and Art Ashton. of Humboldt, fellow members of the Kiwanis Agriculture and Conservation committee, started » county wide project to promote the use of the slow moving vehicle emblem Thursday, January 26, by presenting a program about the emblem at the regular ndon meeting of Kiwanis at Johnny's Steak Harbor in Humboldt. Wisbart stressed that there Is an ever increasing number of vehicles on the roads every year, both slow and fast moving. He says, "In 1949, there were 296 traffic accidents Involving tractors on Iowa public roads in which 19 persons were killed. During 1961. these statistics rose to 381 accidents and 31 fatalities. "Two out of three accidents Involving slow moving vehicles Ve rear-end collisions; nine out of ten of the collisions occured during daylight hours on dry highways; over 70 percent of total value of property damaged resulted from rear-end collisions; and two-thlrdsof the fatalities and injuries from slow- slow moving vehicle collisions were the result of rear-end collisions." According to Wlshart, the emblem, which was developed by BenaodMar- ty^pVS *^3d dTTTlBt a 150 »Terage,roQedetree tames la tte tVfs aad one 600 series; and SbirleT Looats rotted a Z42 t, 101 ptos abore ber aver- tor the Fireside team ia Mixed Lock*, "Do's tor Dots* Disbes" by Dtaaa Doyla. •Typas of Food a»rrk*«" by Bobtrta Grifflfi, M Proaar Storafe *>r Sasd- COMVAT MOTMIU IOIT INSUKANCE AGENCY A GLANCE AT THE PAST I. jMMry, 1925, TrMtt BvrdMMd to har- •••• b«aia*sa «f John Hardy ia w«tt HwaUUt. H«aW* blab tch**l ••baton ia Fab., 1925. war* UciW DaSaiidt, Eva Ada*s, aad Maiiaa Lavrimi. la F»b., 1925, H. C. H»b- bard a«y bi« drag b«aia««s ia H*«b*ldt la A. W. lay af aVaakia«a, S. D. Even the ash tray rides smoother in Chevrolet^ When you're down at your dealer's trying out a new Chevrolet, be sure you pull out tbe ash tray. Notice how nice and easy it glides, never hanging up or even scraping. The reason is, it rides on ball bearings. Four shiny little ball bearings. (Take tbe tray all tbe way out and you'll see them.) You say you don't even smoke? Then look at it this way. That ash tray is a symbol of tbe way we make cars: Paying extra attention to the little things as writ as the big ones, as a way LZ of making extra sure your '67 Chevrolet gives you that sine feeling SEE US FOR ALL YOUR INSURANCE NEEDS aaHum •< mum Half French. D»c« BHop SATELLITE BasBBjBss| mafe«*i''-"dP.»:«r*^ 'W^OTnW Toon Annan ulBHIVBII cm UftGi OAMCi FUXHI • JfATWC P0ft IMPinw |<PMBWRi %^P^^*"r ^i^WR i^^^ P* -"-*' IWDHAM CHEVROLET COMPANY •tenters planned a sledding parry to be beM ia January, vaster perraltttnc. Group ae- OTtty was lad by Joyce Low. Heaters presaflt were Barbara Partner. Rachel Lowe, Sos- aa BaJte. Taresa Rhodes. Gafl Thodaa. tobarta CrflBa, Debbte D«te, Judy Walss, Mary Locke. Katby Love, Connie SebUevert, Dabbte Kaoadtor. Becky GrUOa. Oiaaa Doyir. Marris Berbov. Bpninai Kaoadier, Julie Tbor- aoa, Patty SaathoC, Saady Wat .ra, PH Ruts. CaiU Beadrtek am Sbady Bertev? Mary Bogaard awl Joyce Love. •Also ui«««Bt vere twc vlsi- <P«j»vwr BP»^W^"^^ ™T™« — .•••— -- -— lira, Mrs. GrUBa and Mrs. Haa- tiAftH two teaiters. Mrs. •MM art Mrs. Lovr, aadtba All Humboldt County Will Be Talking About This Movie! A Truly Fine Show For The Whole Family! 5 BIG DAYS Starts SUNDAY

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