The Humboldt Independent from Humboldt, Iowa on February 4, 1967 · Page 10
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Nfcwillp CM cbNMf tier Niter A rr*i*i»f idteof prefect faadara to *e nii»e ee*«fr Ft** DWe* e*fei»ifo« ere* m Jawvwr 25 !* *• Fw* OWfe f ederet BviWine. . c*W»cfe«f ffce trwmtef tctxxtl. He sfr«s*e«f MWM cere eW fcet»erfl»f e/ film. On rfitptay «f e scfoel were tevewJ e»««ple» ef fcijrS vvofirf fie- wf* • »»rr »»«Kjeaii>e canrew. Hr. «Jt» five e eWtoRSfrefron OR e »efrW ef printing t*wf cm te rf»n* fey onyooe ef *•»** e »me// expenie. Leff fo ffjAf ore Tom Fierfce of* Oyrfen; Phil Lebo of Boone; Chuck Cfefner of Bloinhurg; Wti/ey ArroimiffS ef Wefofer City; Mrs. Robert Arfen of Po/mtr; Ron Orfh, exfen- sron otsocJere ef Pocofionfes Counfy; one* Chor/es 8enn of Ames, extension pnotograpner of Ames. Othtn present but not shewn are Deon King of Boone, exten*ion ossoctafe, Sneron Mlffer of Perry; J«fy B « r '*" o< °*t™; J <""»» McE '- ror of Cfare; Don W/»horf of Humboldt, extension ouoc/ote; and Tom Fierfce of Ogd»n. Pop CoBCtrt at Bod* Daryl Trauger Ftbraary 7 BODE-Tl* of Trts Risers Coamaaltr Bigt Seteei at Bode ••ffl present a Pope Concert at S p.m« Taes- day. Febrairv *, at tbe stixwi The Tvia R2»rs senior class of 1967 «fll mm a ciifli sayper belare the T»ia Rirers- Poeaboc- tuebajke&eU gxne at Bode «itt •erring tegtBoiag at 5 p.m., FrWay, Febraarr 10. in a* old gr« at Bode. Admisskc vin be II for aflalts and 50 cents Sorer U Boltaott, tt, ofBam- i Clrj, Ion. . R. Stamper, JO. of Gr&mor* Ctty. aod Uada Mac Fnoerfctee. 19, of Brtdgat*. IJtwuytt. Bon, legal, of Ham- I Marian Biarkar. legal. of Clarion, tone* 3tmuj ML with recognition LC VESXE-hnrt SUte Unlver- sit? its aaaoooced the names of 78 stade&ts admitted "With Hecofsitoo aad AvanT* to next fall's trestuaea class. They are ta tddltSeo to 234 students pre- TiooslT a&aooaced. Stodents admitted "With Recognition and A*trd" recelre $100 vben they earoQ la tbe fall. Tbe booor reeofoites tbeir oigb school academic acMevements. Tbe; rank IB tbe top group of lova State's e&teriag fresbtoen class aod amoof tbt outstanding seniors in tbe nation, lova State Instituted tbe admissko awards last year to gire recognition to students »bo compiled superior academic records in nigh school. Daryl Traager. son of tbe Harold Traagers, tras one of tbe students toreceiTeOtisbaoor. Daryl vffl enter Iowa State University aext fall as a science major. Mrs. Stmlej Oarich and Infant son, adcbael John, were dismissed from St Ann Hospital In Algona and returned borne Friday. Miss Carol RisUw student at Korthwest Missouri State College of MaryrOle. Mo., spent from Tuesday antfl Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Fist.*. Susac aod David. Miss Ristau's Dance. Pete Easterhaus, of Maryrille, came to take her back to scbool. Saturday evening dinner guests in tbe borne of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Nielsen of Britt were Mr. and Mrs. Harold Ristau, Susan aod David, of Lu Verne, and Miss Carol Rtstau and fiance, Pete Easterhaus, of Maryvflle, Mo. Sunday afternoon guests in-the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Ristau and family were Mrs. Ristau's father. Phil Fourage. of Lirermore and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hefty and girls of Lu Verne. „ Mrs. Winiam Klawitter has gone to spend the remainder of tbe winter with her sister, Mrs. Henry Sel, In Churdan. Sunday guests in the home of Mrs. Myrtle Eggelston were her daughter and son-in-law, tbe entries Nygaards, of Wesley and her granddaughter and husband. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Chambers of Corwitn. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Slille and family visited in Waterloo, Sunday with Mr. Stnie's grandfather. John Steman, who has been HI. Attending the Farmers Grain Dealers Convention in Des Moines, Sunday through Wednesday were Mr. and Mrs. Elden Guess. Mr. Guess is manager of tbe Lu Verne Coop Grain Elevator. Also attending were the directors and their wives. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Schipull, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Miller, Mr. and Mrs, Ray Legler. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Hanselman, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Mart?-, and Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Weber of Lu Verne; and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Fish of Corwith. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hanselman, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Hanselman. Mr. and Mrs. Le Roy Hanselman, and Mr. and Mrs. Keith Voss and family ven Sunday dinner guests in the home of their brother and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Olson of Bradgate. Tbe dinner was in honor of Mr. Olson's birthday. Mrs. Milo Patterson entertained at a birthday dinner Sunday in honor of her daughter, Betty, Mrs. Hardin Hanson, and son. Jerry's, birthdays. Attending were Mrs. Patterson's daughters, Virginia. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Radley; and Sandra Patterson of Des Moines. Victor Thomas, a friend of Sandra, of Minnesota: Marie, Mrs. Lores Hubble and boys of Rolfe; Marine, Mr. and Mrs. Milford McPeak and family of Renwick; and. son, Denny Patterson, .of Lu Vfei Markets Grain Quotations Feb. 4, 1967 Oats .-75 Corn 1.M Beans *-™ IV VKRNMlw Fellowship Club of the Zlon Luther » Church will sponsor tlttlf annual .chill- oyster supfmr at th* church February It. Smln» win begin »t 5:30 p,m. The Neighborhood 500 dub met Sunday erentnf In the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Puttstuck. Herb Kaiser won high for men and trawl prlte. John Peifinde won tow tor men. Dorothy Per- guide won high tor women and Jolene Wtlhelm had low. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Pergande and (amity were Sunday visitors in the home of Mr. Pergande' s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Pergande. Mr. Pergande is employed at the M * M Livestock Experimental Farm in Eagle Grove. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Andre and daughers, Mlchele and Kathy, of Fort Dodge and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hardcopf of Lu Verne wre Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Stewart. The dinner was held in honor of the birthdays of Mrs. Andre and Mr. Stewart. Mr. and Mrs. John Voss ST. were Sunday dinner guests of their children at the Johnson House in Algona. The dinner was held in honor of Mrs. Voss* 87th birthday. Hosts and hostesses were their daughters and families, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Wise of Corwith and Mr. and Mrs. Wayland Fredrick, and Jean of Arlington, la., and their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. John Voss Jr., of Lu Verne. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sowers and family of Dexter, Minn., ware Sunday visitors in the home ol Mr. and Mrs. John Pergande. The Sowers are former residents oi the Lu Verne community. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Brown and family of Sanborn were Sunday guests in the parental Ernest Meyer home. Mrs. Brown is the former Ellen Meyer ol Lu Verne. Hospital notes Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Pederson returned home Sunday from Iowa City where they had taken their granddaughter. Tammy Jo Pederson of Rolfe, Wednesday for ear surgery on Friday. She is the Infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Pederson of Rolfe. Mrs. Kenneth Pederson accompanied them and she and Tammy Jo returned to their home with the Pedersons Sunday. Charles Koob of Dakota City was taken to the Mercy Hospital In Fort Dodge Sunday. Mrs. Jessie SUbmugh continues to Improve from a hip fracture she received January 5. Sbeli still a patient at the Lutheran hospital In Fort Dodge, but is up part of the time and starting to use a walker. She expects to return home soon where she win convalesce. Scotty Clark received abroken finger Monday when a basket- ball hit his hand during gym elaat at school where he it a JMtW high student. He «t* taken to a Humboldt physician who set It. GILMORE ClTY-Mrs. Niels Chrlstensen has returned home after undergoing surgery at Merey Hospital In Fort Dodge, Mrs. Little Landmesser remains as a medical patient In Lutheran hospital at Fort Dodge. Mrs. Blaine Peddtcord underwent surgery at Lutheran hospital in Fort Dodge last week. HARDY-Mrs. Clifford Skiye is a medical patient at a hospital in Rochester. Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Wtgans and Mark were supper guests Tuesday evening at the home of his mother, Mrs. Claretta Wtg- frj VERNE-Mrs. William Goetsch has entered Lutheran hospital In Fort Dodge as a medical patient. Roy Agard. who was brought home from Lutheran hospital last week, was taken by ambulance Sunday back to the hospital in Fort Dw.je. OTTOSEN-Mrs. Earl Long entered Lutheran hospital Saturday morning for observation. Chris Anderson had a second surgery Monday at Luther an hos- Dltal. THOR-Mrs. Larry Beck was a medical patient a few days the past week at Memorial hospital at Clarion. Mrs. Lew Hippan had surgery last week at Lutheran hospital at Fort Dodge, and is making a good recovery. Mr. and Mrs. Sampson Op-, helm both had check-ups at Lutheran hospital at Fort Dodge the past week. LIVERMORE-Mrs. Kelly Gronbach Is a medical patient at Lutheran Hospital in Fort Dodge. Legal Noticos MAYOR'S PROCLAMATION TO THE VOTERS OK DAKOTA CITY. IOWAI You will t*k* notlo* thftt on th* 33lh d*y of F*bru*ry, I96T, • *p*ol*l • Uotlon will b* h*l<3 In &• Town of D»kol» City, low*, for th* purpo** of aub- mlttlnf, to th* voter* of old Town for th*tr «pptov»l or re- }*otlon, th* qu**tlon of gr»ntlng to the Iowa Public S*rvlo* Company » franohl** to own, op*r*t« and maintain an •lootrlc light, beat, and power plant, and Qi«- Ulbutlon and (tract lighting ayi- t*m, and tr*.n*ml*»ton line within th* «ald Town for a p*rlo4 from th* *ff*ctlv* dat* of this Ofdlaano* until Ih* 9th day of Mfty 1A A A* At laid tUotlon th* ballot to b* u**d will b* aubitantlally the following form) (Notloa to Vot*r»l - Tor an affirmative vote on the followlni qu**tloa mak* a oroaa (X) mark or oh«ok (•') In th* aquar* aft*r Ih* word 'YES*. For a n»g»tlv« voU mak* a similar mark In th* • quar* following th* word 'NO'.) Shall th* public n«**ur* oontaln- • d in th* follow. In| Otdlnano* arantlnc Iowa Public S*rvlo* Company a f ranch I**, b* approved? ORDINANCE NO. ,03 AN ORDINANCE GRANTING UNTO IOWA PUBLIC SERVICE COMPANY. ITS SUCCESSORS AND ASSIGNS. AUTHORITY TO FBCTIVK DATS 6F THIS D1NA>}CB UNTIL THR ^.... DAY Of MAY U 1W, AND TO FURNISH ELECTRICAL BNRR- QY TO SAID TOWN AND ITS INHABITANTS FOR LIGHT, HKAT AND POWER PURPOSES, AND INCLUDING THE RIGHT TO CONSTRUCT A HIGH VOL- TAOE ELECTRIC TRANSMISSION LINE INTO AND-THROUGH THR SAID TOWN PROVIDING FOR THE RROULATIONSAND CONDITIONS UNDER WHICH THE SAID RIOHT IS TO BE EXERCISED, AND PROVIDING FOR THE REPEAL OF ORDINANCE NO. 7T. .. .. BE IT ORDAINED by th» Council of th* Town of Dakota City, low*. Seotlon l. A non-exolu*lve franchise I* hereby given unto Ih* low* Public Service Com- e»ny, It* successors and n**lgna hereinafter oiled the Grantee, for » period from th* effective d»te of this Ordtn*noe until the jth d*y M*y, 198S. {»"" "P, 11 kfter the approval of thl« Ordl- n«nc« by the leg*l voters of the Town of D»l<ot* City. Iowa, to construct, r*oon»tru(>t, mam- tain *nd oper*te on electrto light, h*»t «nd power plant »t •nd In the **ld Town of D»kot« City, low*,, and lo enter upon th* «tr*at*. avenues, allays and public places and therein, thereon, thereunder *nd there- over to construct, reconstruct, maintain «nd operate *n eleo- trio distribution *y*t*m *nd •tr**t lighting *y*tem to con• l*t of poles, win*, orossarm*, guy wire*, conduit*, *nd other n*osssary construction, *nd to furnish *l*otrlo*l energy to **ld Town of D*koU City, low*. *nd It* lnh*blt*nt* tor light, h*et. power *nd other purpo***, and to own, m*lnt*tn and operate * high voltage eleotrlo transmle- • Ion line extending to »nd through th* **ld Town from point* outside thereof. Seotlon 3. The pole*, cross- arm*, wire*, guy wire* and other oonetruotlon above ground of •aid distribution and itreet lighting eystem ihall *o f*r a* possible be erected In th* el- ley* *o a* not unn*o****rlly to Interfere with the us* of the •treet* and all*y« of Ih* Town by th* public. Section J. All construction Including both overhead and underground construction ehell b* In aooordano* with th* rut** and regulation* of th* Iowa State Commerce Comml**lon and thall at all llmee b* maintained In good repair *o a* to furnleh efficient eleotilo aervlce. Seotlon 4. Th* Grant** agree* for and In behalf ot lleelf, It* I******, euooeeeore and aeelgne, that all authority and right* In thl* ordinance contained (hall at all tlmee be subject to all right, power and authority now or hereafter poeeeeeed by *ald Town of Dakota City, Iowa, to control and direct by ordinance or resolution tfi* franch I*• herein BHirvM »n<J th*. »•««»* In , which tK« P»««l«» *V>» »•• ">* f«l»# IWr ••-fte-Mll** hmln gran- tea, A*otlon I. fl«ld OfanUe ahall fully pro»*°° **< d T6wn r ' om *iv and ail olalmf of Any nature whatsoever which may b* mad* atatnit th* Town by reason of the construction, malntennno* or operation of aald dUtrlbutlon system and transmission tins. Seotlon (I. Ir> th,e *v«nt that any person shall ri*alr* to mov* any bulldlnn which will cause th* removal of any of the po «« and wire* of aald distribution sy*t«m, th* owner oj said building shall make application lo the Mayor, who shall fix the route and oau*e twenty-four (94) hour* notlo* to be given to the owner* of »«oh distribution system. The removal of said building shall b* at such hours a* will p*rmlt th* l***t Interference with continuous service, the time fixed to be *ire«d to by the applicant and the Grantn* of thle franchise. Th* removal of the high tension line will not b* required If any other nultable route exist* for the moving of • aid building. Section T. Th* Grantee here- In named shall have the right, under the supervision of th* Town Council, or such peraons an the Town Counoll may designate, to trim or remove treee whenever neoe*»*ry for Ih* efficient operation of It* plant and the furnlehlng of eervio*. Seotlon g. Upon the approval of thl* ordinance by th* eleotor* of th* *ald Town and Its acceptance by the Grantee, then Ordinance No. 7T I" hereby repealed. Seotlon 9. Thl* ordinance ihall b* In full force and effect from and after It* approval by the elector* of th* Town ot Dakota City, Iowa, and lt» written acceptance by the Iowa Public Service Company, Pae**d and Adopted January 34, A.D., 1067. Orvllfe Knudeon, Mayor (S E A Li ATTESTi Judy Thompeon, Town Clerk On th* back ot **td ballot will b* printed the following with the facsimile signature of the Town Clerk In the blank provided therefor) OFFICIAL BALLOT For Special Election on the Question of Granting a Franchise to low* Public Service Company. Dakota City, Iowa February 9$, 198T (facalmll* signature ot town clerk) Town Clerk At said election the voting place will be at Town Hall and the polls will be open from S o'clock A.M. until S o'clock P.M. Dakota City. Iowa January 34. 1967 ATTEST! Judy Thompson, Town Clerk Orvllle Knudeon, Mayor 1-39-4 SKCMLRM IVTNEKMI CHUDKN $»n msuuNCE FOR ABOUT *PEI DAY At a Lutheran pmnt you CM have- 12000 bMuranea protection on eadi cMM tar M Hrte ae M a year. Aak we torn* other Lutheran •ro*htr» Otto i. Schafar DIST. MET* OS-MM Lutheran BrotheAood Insurance Early Week Specials! NATIONAL ^^ FOOD STORES ^< Effective thru Feb. 8th QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED KING'S DELUXE BEEF — ^ ^_ CUBE STEAKS 10™ $1 TOP TASTE ^ ^ o ,,. ftO ^ ROLLS W «T SAUSAGE STAMPS it NATIONAL LOOK SAVE NATIONAL'S ffAMOMS WITH THIS COUPON TOMATOES flit « PIAJIflMP * ^r m y^Bg^lK^S^Bx— MUpe $INen PffU, e e e TIOW-CAUO P.,U NORTHERN PIKE SO FRESH FISH STICKS BREADED NORTHERN PIKE FILLETS SO FRESH BREADED HALIBUT STEAKS BOOTH'S CUT LUNCH HERRING 12-0.. Jar .... KRAFT COLBY STYLE LONGHORN CHEESE SAU SiA SHRIMP COCKTAIL IOFMIXCOOMI '- " ^&F LB. PKC, 99( 85( 55* 69<

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