The Humboldt Independent from Humboldt, Iowa on February 18, 1967 · Page 7
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Humboldt, Iowa
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Saturday, February 18, 1967
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• M rtVmvvMr - Irwr 'ELL- RENT- CtflSSIRffl ADB Eg BESUPBII B g twi3nTnr ! ss^^ 8 BBBBSSOaP^lVl^lMaVl^lla^l^llB^I^I eVasaaPJol iWSirW Notices Noticts ATTENTION! BARBERSHOP PARADE OF QUARTETS f "if M * f<h 31 «» •'«> P.m. No,,), j un ,. r H |,h Au.- FMlurlng-KIPPERS 4 GAY NINETO Tleket, .,. n0w „,,„,, . flet ,3 004$250 - FOR TICKETS CONTACT " CKo.k. P.,..). t. f t . D.,,. ch ap ,. r I-S3-I R-4S-1 Service, FirSaU •**• •**•* Cndtt Bumu MS-tt, FU08, UPHOLCTERY, WALLS Cleaned the Von Seharder Wiy. Phone for fr«« estimate today, Ben Bruhni, 3121, w«g( Bend, to. R-29.tfI-t4.tJ Kopriva Air Charier "Time Files - Why Don't You" Pocahontaa, la., phone 535. I-14-tf R-30-tf LOCAL OR LONG DISTANCE trucking and household moving Phoae 332-3826. Hendrtckson Transfer, BJarne Hendrlckson, Humboldt. la, I-17-tf R-33-tf CONTACT CRAWFORD tlOM* Avo.N. fa* vow , Koyt end Clippers. Phono 332-im TRY FULLER'S Upholstering. Guaranteed workmanship. Fabrics and plastics available. Pbo«sj ISt-3166. P-SJ-ttl-lS-K RUBBER STAMPS MADE TO ORDER NORMALLY 5-PAY SERVICE Humboldt Printing Co. Phono 332-2514 ARE YOUR INSURANCE PREMIUMS A •URDEN ON YOUR BUDGET? Imuronco Agoncy a Premium Bud- Intvwnco by tho month, •••y «Vwn oejymont. yaw Iniwro with IMITM INSURANCE & RIAL ISTATE AGENCY PV ))M071 HumeeUl, lo. R-444 I-29-* FOR SALE-Used Underwood portable typewriter, reconditioned, MO; used* Everest portable typewriter $49.50. Used R. C. Allen adding machine, full keyboard, hand operated, reconditioned, $57.50. Userf Victor adding machine, $60. Humboldt Printing Company. R-4«:-tn-Z9-tf FOR SAL&4)sed metal cabinet sink and refrigerator, both In good condition • priced reaooo- able. Phone 332-3109. 'R.47-21-SE-1X DRESS UP YOUR HOME-Decorator cabinet accessories drawer pulls and hinges, 50 cent i to $1.10. Decor Shop, R- 47- 1 1- SI-1 For Sol* FOR lALE-Complete Insurance eovtrwe - Town and Farm. Fire, Irtuiil coverage, Crop hall. LleMltf and Auto. Humboldt Mutual Insurance Association. IISM95S. I-31-tf R-47-tf ADDING MACHINES and typewriters, sales and service, Iim BMtMts Machines, 25 North Fit* «r*et, Fort Dodce, la. "North side of City Sow*." 1.49-tfR-lJ-tf FOR "a ]ob well done feeling" clean carpets with Blue Lustre, Rent electric shampooer, $1, Martin - Miller Home Interiors. P-47-1 1-32-1 TPUCKERS-We have the Truck Operator's Triplicate Freight Receipt Books to comply with Rule MT-M of the lova State Commerce Commission. Fifty cents each. Humboldt Printing Company. R-43-tf I-28-tf IP YOU Ail LOOKING f 0« •UAUTY UIIO PUHHITOII teMl Tohloi • L»vl*« '•••" " POP BALE-CompleU set of •CUBA lDiMnt. Phone $32- -VET SUPPLY- HEADQUARTERS t Pflser Products Cyenemld Heaa end Clerk • Tylan /•Ceefer Predusta • Merck EVERYTHING POR YOUR ANIMAL HEALTH NEEDS and PARTS FAR M & HOME 1.30-tf MM AppllMCt-IV FOP iALB-Frlgldalre .lecirlc ^ •ft-^^JMi^gol^plS pED T AG SPKlAWjwrJW ' I TABULAR* S»»«r Applitnce. FOR SALE-One freeser, three rtnges, Wanted Homts for Sob Lumbtr Form Equipment Legal Noticos WANTED-(For the movlng>-shed suitable for one or two horses. Phone 332-3133 tfter 5 p.m. R-47-2x I-32-lx WANTED-Upright piano In good Condition. Mrs. Clayton Larsen, phone S3Z-1660. R-47-lcx I-32-lcx Florists FLOWERS for all occasions. Potted planti, cut flowers, cor- safes. Free delivery. Foley's Flowers. Phone 332-1002, 'R-Sl-2 R-47-1 Order Now Per Spring Planting NORTHERN GROWN Beautiful ovorfrooni, reeo kuohoi, floworlno troos and ghruka, thao'o troog, fruit troog, berry kuihos, itra'wbor- ry olontl, honoygucklo wind- Walk, and ether windbreak tfeog fgf planting In April, It47' Gwar«nte)«d la grew. Aooolntmonts mode tawn or Country, anytime. ORDER NOW PROM Dei loiwtll 332-1770 Dakota City Rentals FOR SALE orPENT-Three-bed- rooro house at 811 First Avenue North, Clifford Stevenson. I-3E-tf R-47-tf MAKE YOUR RESERVATIONS now and choose your own color scheme In a new apartment house that will be finished soon. Mutschler cabinets, Hotpolnt appliances - range, refrigerator, dishwasher, disposal, air conditioner, drapes, thick Broadloom carpets and additional storage space. Electric heat. Coin laundry In building. Part under $80 with heat furnished. Car ports available. Office space also available with free parking. See Humboldt County Lumber Company or First National Bank. Humboldt, la. R-42-tf I-27-tf FOR RENT-Apartment. Mrs. Lewis Hanstn. 501 let Avenue South, Humboldt, Iowa. I-31-tx R-47-lx FOR SALE or RENT-Two story- thm bedroom bom*. Call Mito sn-im i-te-tf R-4t-tf FOR SALE: Newly listed three bedroom home with newly carpeted living room and dining room, single car garage, cement patio, half of basement designed for family room, Home In In A-1 condition, Approximately 1,100 square feet of living space, Home Is arranged so one bedroom can be used as a den real veil. Two bedroom older home In prime location in north Humboldt with large carpeted living room and dining room, full basement, second floor partially finished and two-car garage. Available immediately. Two bedroom economy home with single garage, This Is a good cute home In good location, Three bedroom story and half In north Humboldt with family room and fireplace. Three bedroom brick home with two car garage and lots of extras, This is an outstanding home, Phone Les Meallff. 3311142. R-47-11-32-1 Mm and Women Wartttd HELP WANTED; Waitresses, fry cook or fry cook trainee, non-draftable, Good working conditions. Very good job with good pay. We are willing to train the right person. Pleas* 'apply In person, Johnny's Steak. Harbor, Humboldt, Iowa. I-29-tf R-45-tf Women Wanted jnODiio Homes FOR SALE-10 x SO two bedroom trailer home. Living room carpet - very clean - self-defrosting refrigerator. Immediate possession, 1964 model needs to be seen to appreciate. Call S3MMO or SSt-7785. R-47-lcxI-SMcx Homes for Sale House reduced for immediate sale, Owner leaving town, Nice two bedroom home with third bedroom In basement, Birch panelled den-family room with fireplace. New vinyl floor and formica counter in kitchen, screened patio, attached garage, excellent location, full landscaped lot. $18,500, Phone 332-1150. 1-32-3 FOR SALE-Older three bedroom home completely redecorated and carpeted. Can give immediate possession, 501 North Eighth Street. Raymond Ntles. R-47-2 1-32-2 srimo IS JUST AROUND TNI CORNER Cell •01 WORTHINCTOH REAL ISTATI POtANIWHOsAf Building Material POCAHONTAS LUMBER STORE BARGAIN BLAST SPECIAL 12 X 12 Whit. Colling Tllo W Pouring Wool Ingulotlon 69 12 X 14 4-f.n Hog Houio 269.00 12 X 18 o-P.n Hog Houoo 339.00 II X 24 Pull Together Houto 378.00 16' Caftlo Pood.r 48S Bu. 369.00 4X8 Profln. Mohog. Panel 2.39 4X8 Colonial Mahag. Ponol 3.39 4X8 Ivory Mahog. Ponol.. 3.99 4X8 P-uille Birch Panol.. 4.99 Vinyl Aiboitoi Ploot Tllo, 45 So. Pi. Por Carton, 14 different pattorni 5.93 Stool, Tub and Lavatory,,.. 69.90 8' Birch Profln. Coblnott with •ofmodPormleo Toe 199.95 3" Plborgloii Inoulatlon .. 49.95 24" X 80" Mahogany Door 4.20 4 X 8 M" Mahogany Plywood 11.52 4 X 8 M" Birch Plywood ., 12.48 4X 8W" Oak Plywood 13.68 No. 1 Rod Codor Shingles 13.95 14' Pood Bunk 34.95 No. 1 Rough Board* 129.95 No. 1 Doug. Plr 2X4, 2X6 114.95 We have 5 carpantor* working on portable bolldlngi, both gtock and to your ipoclfjcatlong. Solo ends April 15. Shop toon for bait •election. Phono 356. 1-32-1 Poultry and Eggs WANTED: Dental assistant-;!/. Training and experience pre-v. ferred but not mandatory': SuB-Vn mit written application includ- v ing qualifications to Dr. J. O. Bower, College Heights, Humboldt, la. R-38-tfI-E3-tf FOR SALE-Californla Whites, Black and Golds, Broilers and Hi N Babies or started - hatching regularly during season. Bayse Hatchery _B-.46r.t(l-31-tf. Form Loans WANTEDI Correspondent* for local nowg Itomi in Humboldt and Dakota City for Humboldt Nowgpapors. Contact Choc* McLoughlin, Pub- liihor, Phono 332-2514. R-4T-U I-ai-tf Men Wanted Continued growth and expansion creates the need for another alert, aggressive man. All you need Is a good personality, desire and be at least 25 years of age. We will furnish the tools and the know how for you to make a good living. Darrell- Dillon, Inc., 30 A St. South, Humboldt, la. Phone 3S2-2726. Please call after 3 p.m. for an appointment. All Inquiries will be confidential. R-47-11-32-1 WANTED-Man with some knowledge of drafting and general office work. We have an opening In Humboldt for this position. See Mr. M. D. Larson, Chantland Co,, Inc. 1-32-1 Used Can FOR SALE-1963 Ford, 4-door hard top, V-8, automatic, power steering, power brakes, bucket seats. Real fancy used car, $1,295. BJornson's Pontiac. R-47-11-32-1 FOR SALE-1963 Bulck Electra. 4-door, air conditioned, loaded with extras. $1,495, BJornson's Pontiac, R-47-11-32-1 FOR SALE-1962 Oldsmoblle, 4 door, V-8 automatic, power steering, power brakes. Real clean. Low down payment will finance with qualified credit, BJornson's Pontiac. R-4'Mt-W-l CO-OP FEDERAL LAND BANK LOANS Long Terms _Low Interest You con toko up to 40 years to pay. SEE- GLEN E. YATES MANAGER KENNETH JASPERSEN PIELDMAN Acroes street from now foot Offlco . Ground floor loco- tlon 214 South 8th Stroot Port Dodfo, Iowa BILLCOFFEY PIILOMAN el tho Farm Buroou In Pocohontog Farm Equipment USED MACHINERY 330 IHC Oloaol tractor A-l S Star MAM (oil now Iniloo) Oliver 88 fog • new rubkor A-1 800 Co«o 10 If-af opo I to J goiit- kino w/cok, 2 tow corn kooo 1 o gooo 1 ono. IHC 7e combing. No. 37 IHC wKool (ono'om dlgk 14ft. 13 ft. Kowgnoo whool tondom olik. 22 ft. Harrow, IHC 7 ft, tractor mower,' KLIVI IMPLIMINT CO. GENERAL Al /•r (At fi**t In • e o TAYLO* IMPLT. CO. IM19, PHItUM |T. KMA mil -POR SALE- Died corn she I ler 1 • 1200 Shellmatter 2 • 1210 Shollmaitori 1 • now 1967 mode I M& Mihollor. RAY'S IMPLEMENT HUMBOLDT 332-1733 Carlson Implement Co. to roody (or ear Inf. Hivo your ooulemonf rag*In maao now I t, Iowa 332-2545 Legal Notices f*»»*Sf*f»fff •*•»»•••»+*• (Continued from page 6) FICA & IDA-let thru 3rd Quarter '66 :.-. Road Clearing Fund, Emplover'a Share of FICA & lOA-Snd and 8rd Quarter '66 DRAINAGE FUND Edge Brother*, Tile Repatr-D. D. No. a.... Humboldt Concrete Produots, Tile- D. D. No. 6 Upon motion the journed "Sine Die." Orln L. Nelson, Auditor Maroua Holland, Chairman R-4T- 336.60 80.03 36.SO 11.78 Board ad- 1-33-1 MAYOR'S PROCLAMATION TO THE VOTERS OF DAKOTA CITY, IOWA! You will take notloe that on the 38th day of February, 1967, a special election will be held In the Town of Dakota City, Iowa, for the purpose of submitting to the votera of said Town for their approval or rejection, the queatlon of granting to the Iowa Public Service Company a franohlae to own, operate and maintain an electric light, heat, and power plant, and distribution and street lighting system, and transmission line within the said Town for a period from the effective date .of this Ordinance until the fith day of May, 1986. At said election the ballot to be uaed will be substantially the following form: (Notloe to Voters: - For an affirmative vote OR the following queatlon make a cross (X) mark or oheok (/) In the equare after the word 'YES'. For a negative vote make a similar mark In the aquare following the word 'NO'.) Shall the public meaaure contained In the following Ordinance granting Iowa Public Service Company a franoblae, be approved? ORDINANCE NO. 103 AN ORDINANCE GRANTING UNTO IOWA PUBLIC SERVICE COMPANY, ITS SUCCESSORS AND ASSIGNS, AUTHORITY TO CONSTRUCT, RECONSTRUCT. OWN .MAIN TAIN AND OPERATE AN ELECTRIC LIQHT, HEAT AND POWER PLANT, AND DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM IN THE •'«ht, power and authority now or hereafter possessed by said Town of Dakota City, Iowa, to control and direct by ordinance or resolution the franchise herein granted »nd the manner In which the Grantee ehall u*e and enjoy the franchlae herein granted. Section J. Said Grantee ehall fully protect aald Town from any and all olalme of any nature whataoever which may be made agalnat the Town by reaeon of the construction, maintenance or operation of eald distribution nyatarn and tranamleelon line. Section 6. In the event that any peri on ahall dealre to move any building which will cauae the removal of any of the polea and wlrea of eald dletrlbutlon ayatem, the owper o/ aald building «hull make application to the Mayor, who shall fix the route and oauae twenty-four (34) houra notloe to be given to the ownera of euoh dlatrlbutlon eye- Urn. The removal of eald build- in« ahall be at euoh houra ae wilt permit the leaat Interference with oontlnuoua eervlce, the time fixed to be agreed to by the applicant and the Grantee of thla franohlie. The removal of the high tenalon line will not be required If any other aultable route exlata for the moving of eald building. Section T- The Grantee herein named ehall have the right, under the eupervlalon of the Town Council, or auch pereona aa the Town Council may daelg- nate, to trim or remove treee whenever neceaaary for the efficient operation of Ita plant and the furnishing of service, Section g. Upon the approval of thla ordinance by the eleotore of the eald Town and Ita acceptance by the Grantee, then Ordinance No. J1 la hereby repealed. Section 8. Thle ordinance ehall be In full force and effect from and after Ita approval by the eleotora of the Town of Dakota. City, Iowa, and Ita written acceptance by the Iowa Public Service Company, Paseed and Adopted January 34, A.D., IDgT. Orvllle Knudson, Mayor (SEAL) ATTEST: Judy Thompaon, Town Clerk On the back of eaid ballot will be printed the following with the facsimile a If nature of the Town Clerk In the blank provided therefor: OFFICIAL BALLOT For Special Election on the Question of Granting a. Fran- chlae to Iowa Public Service Company. Dakota City, Iowa February 38. 1967 (facsimile signature of town clerk) _ : Town Clerk At eald election the voting place will be at Town Hall and the polls will be open from 8 o'clock A.M. until 8 o'clock P.M. Dakota City, Iowa January 34. 1967 ATTEST: Judy Thompson, Town Clerk Orvllle Knudaon, Mayor 1-39-4 FECTIVB DATE OF THIS ORDINANCE UNTIL THE 8TH DAY or MAY, igas, AND TO FURNISH ELECTRICAL ENERGY TO SAID TOWN AND ITS INHABITANTS FOR LIGHT, HEAT AND POWER PURPOSES. AND INCLUDING THE RIGHT TO CONSTRUCT A HIGH VOLTAGE ELECTRIC TRANSMISSION LINE INTO AND THROUGH THE SAID TOWN PROVIDING FOR THE REGULATIONS AND CONDITIONS UNDER' WHICH THE SAID RIGHT IS TO BE EXERCISED, AND PROVIDING FOR THE REPEAL OF ORDINANCE NO. TT. BE IT ORDAINED by the Counoll of the Town of Dakota City, Iowa. Section 1. A non-exoluslve franohlae la hereby given unto the Iowa Public Service Company! Ito suoosssors and assigns hereinafter called the Grantee, for o period from the effective date of thla Ordinance until the Bth day May, 18SS, from and after the approval of thla Ordinance by the legal voters of the Town of Dakota City, Iowa, to construct, reconstruct, maintain and operate an electric light, heat and power plant at and In the eald Town of Dakota City, Iowa, and to enter upon the streets, avenuee, alleys and public plaoee and therein, thereon, thereunder and there- over to oonaUuct, reconstruct, maintain and operate an electric distribution ayatem and street lighting system to con- atat ol poles, wires, oiossarms, guy wires, conduits, and other nscsssaty construction, and to furnish electrical energy to said Town of Dakota City, Iowa, and tta Inhabitants for light, heat, power and other purposes, and, to own, maintain and operate a high voltage electric uanitnls- ajon Una extending to and through the said Town from points outside thereof. Section J. The poles, croas- arma, wtrea, guv wires and other oonatructlon above ground of said distribution and street lighting system shall *o far aa possible be erected ID the alley a so a* nat unnecessarily va Interfere with the uce of the S treet* aad alleys of the Town y tat public. Station a. AU cwosUucttoo Including both overhead ud uo- J * —> > otl«n ahaU to pojMgatca CvmmUal at all ti«e» b* • - w»»lt • oUe« day and Saturday. The MM* were In Thor to attend the maN rlage of their daughter, ftffjr Ann, to Cap*. Donald AbfttM Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs, Harold Abrams of JaMtvflto. WI8., and Jeannle DuncoMe* m Darlen, Wl§., wen Saturday Mai Sunday visitors at the AbfMM home. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Ut Ml Jimmy of Mason City Md Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Ut Md efeflsV ren of Ft. Dodge were rlslMrt Sunday evening at the Harry LM home. Witti Ifee Jaiict Giidtrsoi to b« hoiorid by showtr Ftbnary 25 THOR-A bridal shower Is be ing planned for Janice Gunderson to be held at the Samuel Lutheran Church In Eagle Grove Saturday evening; February 25, at 7:30 p.m. All are welcome. No Invitations are being sent. Senior League members will have a chill supper at the church Saturday evening, February 18, from 5-7 p.m. ALCW met Wednesday afternoon at the parrlsh hall with the Lois circle in charge of the program and lunch. Mrs. Roger Holton gave devotions and announced the program. Mrs. Meinherd Dornath sang, and Mrs. Darryl Stensland gave the worship offering meditation. The Rev. 0. E. Blanks of Ft. Dodge gave a Lenten sermon and a talk on his work In the Mission in the Valley Church at Ft. Dodge. Boxvork for the year was discussed at the business meeting and plans for a banquet tentatively made. Senior Luther League met Sunday evening with time tin charge. Dennis Vorrie was chairman of the program on "Here, It's Yours." Dick Martin gave devotions and Connie Stockdale and Nlta Johnson were in charge of games. Lunch was served by Faye Charleson. Dennis Vorrte, and Janice Orsland. All advisors vvre present to help make plans for a chill supper which will be held Saturday evening, February 18, at the church parlors. Mr. and Mrs. Art Peterson of Waterloo spent a few days this past week at the Alvin Fossell home. Thursday, the Fossells took their visitors back to Waterloo and returned home Friday. Velda Basore of Humboldt was an overnight visitor Tuesday with Renee Bens. During the evening, the two girls attended a 4-H rollar skating party at Ft. Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. W\ Burkhart and sons of Hardy were dinner guests Sunday at the Ctrl Burk* hart home, to tte afternoon, the Burtbarte vA «*lr gueste attended a birtWay party tor BUI enter it th» DuaW Hock*} fcoae aear Hajty, 0 lag tt§ arty fcoja Jtar *•! Mr. THE METHOW8T CHURCH W. Morris Klldtl, Mlolster Sunday, Feb. 19: DWne worship services, 1:10 and 10iM a.m.; sermon by Dr. KDdet, "Give to Missions? Who? Ht^; Church School, 9:40a.m. ; MYF> 8:30 p.m. Monday, Feb. 10: PrttMry and Junior Department Wort- shop, 8 p.m.; Wedeyan lirrlM Guild, 8 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. II: WSCIBudy, 9:30 a.m. Wednesday, Feb. IS: LMtM study of Hebrews, 7 to 7:41 P.m. Thursday, Feb. S): WtCf Prayer Group, 9:30 a.m. laltayM Prayer Room; Choirs: Yoelk, 6:45 p.m.; Wesley, 7 p.m.; BtU, 7:30 p.m.; Chancel. 8 p.m. Friday, Feb. 24: Choirs: JUB- ior and Cherub after school. Saturday, Feb. 25: Confirmation classes, 9:30 a.m. Sunday, Feb. 26: Riggs today. Monday, Feb. 27: tocltt Quarterly Conference win Dr. Fred M. Shults, presiding, 7:M p.m. Weather Date high low pre wind mm 13 52 30 SW pd 14 54 22 tr S etotr 15 23 -8 snow NE eM> 16 IS -6 tr NUT CtMT Hello World Mr. and Mrs. Dave RoDsaVl of St. Paul, Minn., are tte of a baby boy, who came was born January 4, 1MT, «fjf has been named Bradley DwrU. He come to join a little sister, Tracy Lynn, who came to tttir home two years ago. Mrs. Afe Holland of Osage is the paten* grandmother. The Rollands u* former Humboldt County real* dents. Peggy Reid honored at bridal shower THOR-Mlss Pefgy of Santa Fe Sprint*. Calif., «u honored at a bridal Thor Lutheran Church FrMur afternoon, February 10, vidin friends In charge ottheeourteav. Mrs. Tony ColtVttof CigltOtfM was In charge of the guest boat. Corsages were presetted tit bride-to-be, her mother, Mrs. John Reid, and Ufa. Lloyd Abrams, mother o( the moe*. by the hostesses. Mrs. GltMi Holton welcomed the gtwats Mat gave a short talk and • ree4taf. Mrs. Ernest Quam gave devotions and Mrs. Alvtn Thorm sang two vocal numbers with self aecompaotment Mrs. George Weston gave a maNsf and Mrs. Oilman Holtoa elOM the program with a short i ing. Miss Reid wu Ml in opening her gifts by lira, Tony Coltvet of Eagle Grwt and Mrs. Larry Beck. Terttm Vinnece and Sfcelby Beck pajavd the gins. Lunch was served from akM table centered with a floral arrangement of red cantattoM Hal whin snapdragons, 8Mfea4 fey white candlVi Mrs. Maalv Mcs> dahl and Mrs. Malvia Mnt1<N.t served the cofhe. The taMe« at which the guests «er« a*m* were centered with bud VMM tf red roses aid graeawry taM. UlssRtid%ndDT.Doe«UAhfWM were married aBturdfty, Pfja. ruary 11, at tlof UtttWIti Church, Cofhith Fw

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