The Humboldt Republican from Humboldt, Iowa on March 20, 1974 · Page 4
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Pork queen candidates Three candidates competed for the title of Humboldt County Pork Queen and Diane Nelson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Don Nelson of Goldfield, was selected queen at the Humboldt County Swine Producers Banquet Monday night at the Starlite Restaurant at Fort Dodge. Left to right are Karen Gosch, Humboldt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gosch; Shirley Erickson, Humboldt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Erickson; Queen Diane Nelson; and 1973 Queen, Bonnie Jacobson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Jacobson of Ottosen, who crowned the 1974 Queen.—Republican Photo. Chapter meets March 13 RENWICK - Gertrude Chapter 500 of Eastern Star held its School of Instruction Wednesday, March 13, in Masonic Temple, Renwick. Past Matrons served a luncheon at 11:30 a.m. for officers. Guests included Sister Norma Long, Past Grand Matron of Iowa from the Gertrude Chapter, Renwick. Mrs. Judy Gunderson, Worthy Matron of Aurora Chapter, Fort Dodge, and Mrs. Barbara Mapks, Worthy Matron, Paradise Chapter, Cor with. Following the afternoon school of instruction conducted by Wilma Jessen, District Instructor and Past Grand Chaplain, Eldora, a potluck dinner was served at 6:30. Inspection meeting at 7:30 included Norma Long, Past Grand Matron of Iowa, Wilma Jessen, District Instructor and Past Grand Chaplain, Eldora, Laura Shellenberger, Past Grand Chaplain of Iowa, Humboldt Chapter, Harold McBurney Worthy Patron, Humboldt Chapter, John Voss, Worthy Patron Paradise Chapter, Corwith. Officers of the Gertrude Chapter are: Worthy Matron, Donna Walther, Worthy Patron, John Walther; Associate Matron, Frances Hoffman; Associate Patron, Robert Hoffman; Secretary, Wilma Clancy; Treasurer, Irene Peer; Conductress, Patricia Trask; Associate Conductress, Gladys Pearson; Chaplain, Norman Peer; Marshall, Betty Martin; Organist, Rose Hefty; Adah, Avis Rasmussen; Ruth, Anna Krause; Esther, Mary Ann Martin; Martha, Mildred Nelson; Electa, Vera Macha; Warden, Marjorie Yanney; Sentenil, Harold Yanney. Initiated into the order was Mrs. Pamela Benson, Curtesy Candidate, Mrs. Myral Gilson. A committee served refreshments following initiation. Ruth Circle of ALCW, St. Paul's Lutheran Church, met Thursday evening in the home of Mrs. Norman Larson following lenten services. Mrs. Robert Pindell gave the lesson and Mrs. Otto Swanson was in charge of worship meditation and offering. Hannah Circle of ALCW met Wednesday afternoon in the home of Mrs. Mary Sorenson with seven members present. Mrs. Dean James gave the lesson and Mrs. Lavonne Helmke was in charge of worship meditation and offering. The next meeting will be April 10 in the home of Mrs. Ray Larson. Ruth Circle of UMW. United Methodist Church, met in the fellowship room of the church Friday afternoon. Mrs. Floyd Swan gave devotions, Mrs. Eddie L. Bygness gave a report of, the sewing done during her four years as sewing chairman and also reported on the workshops attended. The afternoon was spent making Easter favors for the area nursing homes. Mrs. Floyd Huffaker served as hostess. Saturday dinner guests in the home of Mrs. Eddie L. Bygness were Janice and Carolyn Bygness, Goldfield. Sunday Mrs. Lavonne Helmke visited in the home of her mother, Mrs. Anna Telkamp, Elmore, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Trask and Mr. and Mrs. Glen Earl Martin attended the broad- way musical "No, No Nannette" at Ames Wednesday evening. Saturday afternoon and evening visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Duane Anderson were Mr. and Mrs. Roger Anderson and family. Beat the Budget Sylvania TV's $50 -$100 off See us today! Mrs. Addie Hamm, Corwith, spent the weekend in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Art Kraft. Low secretaries hold session; plan convention The March meeting of the Webster County Legal Secretaries was held recently in Fort Dodge, with 15 members present. President Mary Lind, Cowrie, presided and Mrs. Bruce Heistand, Fort Dodge, read the minutes of the last meeting. The Treasurer's report was given, and various committee reports were given. The Webster County group will host the Sixth Annual Convention of the Iowa State Association of Legal Secretaries May 3, 4, and 5. Mrs. Clyde Farmer, Mrs. Bruce Heistand and Mrs. Jerry Rowe, all Fort Dodge, are co-chairpersons for this event. The April meeting will be held at the Lamplighter, Fort Dodge, and all interested persons are invited to contact Faye Tonsfeldt, 119 South 10th Street, Fort Dodge, Nancy Moklestad presents senior recital March 76 Nancy Moklestad, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Moklestad of Humboldt, was presented in her senior recital by Iowa State University Department of Music March 16. Miss Moklestad, playing trumpet, was accompanied by pianists Chris Lake and Nancy Roewe, and assisted by Teri Arns, french horn, and Kathy Riser, trombone. The program, presented in MacKay Auditorium at Ames, included "Concerto", "Rhap^ sodie", "Legend" and "Sona- te" in partial fulfillment of the requirements for ; a bachelor of music degree with a major in music education. Miss Moklestad is a double major and will also receive a bachelor of science degree with a major in physical education. n sets district meet ot Carroll The annual Eighth.District Fall Conference of .the American Legion and Auxiliary will be held in Carroll, Saturday, April 6 at an all day meeting. Counties included in the district are Boone, Calhoun, Carroll, Crawford, Emmet, Greene, Hamilton, Hancock, Humboldt, Kossuth, Palo Alto, Pocahontns, Webster and Winnebago. Mark Studor, Wesley, District Legion Commander, and Mrs. Ron Erickson of Boxholm, District Auxiliary President will be in charge of the conference:^ Legionnaires will begin registration at 9 a.m. at the Legion Hall. A service school wil} follow, at 10 a.m. with Valore Likens, Department Service Officer, in charge. The auxiliary sessions will be held at,, the CarrollElks Hall with registration and coffee hour at 8 a.m. The district executive board meeting will be at 8:30 a.m. and the •meeting will convene at 9:30 a.m. A joint banquet will be held at the Elks Hall with Studor and Mrs. Erickson presiding. Welcomes will be extended by Mayor Bill Farner, the local post commander Don Bayliss and the unit president Mrs. John Beyerink, Jr. Addresses will be given by the Department President, Mrs. Richard Bolton, Coralville, and the Department Commander Gordan Miller, Haverhill. An interdenominational service will be held preceding the banquetwith Ed Nelson in charge. This meeting will be held at the Elks Hall. All Legionnaires and Auxiliary members are welcome and are urged to attend this one day conference. To attend • - ' ; ':f>\; :( Webster City convention : ..••..,. •: r;.:v Ortj '.'-.'/I -' , •• / '"i .ifenWan's Witnesses in the county' have completed arrangements 'for a *' two-day convention to be held at Webster City March 30 and 31. Hill tO SpOltSOf Wednesday, Match 20.1974, The Humb6ldt.Republi<an ... **B Iowa, for information. The Legal Secretaries Association to all secretaries working with legal matters, abstractors, and employees of clerk's offices. 5th AVO.N.& Broadway Ph. 332-4531 Cable T.V.2nd ^Anniversary Special Thanks to all our many customers for the support you have given us for the past two years. FREE Installation of first outlet or reconnect. * Choose from 7 stations * Local time and temperature 24 hours a day * F.M. hook-up Limited time for free installation March 18 to April 1 Humboldt Cable T.V. Phone 332-3035 Mon.-Fri. 8:30-12:00 and 1-5. Sat. 8:30-12:00. A color-sound-motion film on Northwest Argentina entitled "Conflicto de Carlos" will be shown Sunday, 7 p.m., in Oak Hill Baptist Church, Highway 169 South, Humboldt. "Conflicto de Carlos" tells a true story of young Argentines: scenes of the spectacular festival of the Virgin of the Valley are shown with tens of thousands gathered for this annual celebration. The rugged mountain terrain of Northwest Argentina is also pictured. From here comes the story of the good news that gripped the heart of Juan Carlos. The CARE group fo sponsor musiccr/e John Glaus, presiding minister of the Gilmore City congregation, said that delegates from Gilmore City and 20 other western " Iowa congregations have been The "Grandchildren" of the CARE group (Care About R Elderly) will present a musical program for their adopted grandparents and their families at Humboldt Care Center South Tuesday, March 26, at 7:30 p.m. Any teenager interested in adopting a grandparent is asked to contact Jill Daman 332-2623. invited to attend the event. Over 1,000 are expected at the assembly. Claus said the theme of the convention "Love One Another Intensely from the Heart" will be stressed in discussions, dramatizations and talks during the Bible educational program. Heading up the convention program are J. E. Roberts of New York City, midwest director of Jehovah's Witnesses; and W. B. Turner, circuit manager for the 21 congregations. The two ministers will conclude the assembly session Sunday. .., ( , The , convention . )'s ( a "semi-annual" event and all sessions will be held in the junior high schoql auditorium. conflict he faces between tradition and gospel is one that grips many lives today, according to Oak Hill Pastor Henry Nelson. Pastor Nelson stated that ; the public is cordially invited to attend the showing of this film. There is no admission charge, but a free-will offering will be received to cover expenses. Hoboes meet in Jannsen home March 9 Humboldt Hoboes, a local branch of NCHA, a camping organization, met March 9 at the home of Lena and Henry Jannsen with 11 members and two guests present. A business meeting was conducted, and April 20 is the date of the next meeting with a campout at Sheldon Park, weather permitting. Anyone interested in joining the club may contact Curt or Sharon Bruvik. In order to be a member one must join on a national level, with yearly dues, $7, and local dues $3. The group holds a campout every month with a Saturday night potluck supper. During the winter months they meet in homes or the bank meeting rooms. been scored by Mrs. Fennema and Mrs. Green. No slams were reported. Bridg-a-rama Ladies Afternoon Tournament has Mrs. Marilyn Harklau and Mrs. Isabel Fain with high game of 4,770. Mrs. Mary Adams and Mrs. Ferriba Saul have second high game score of 3,730, and Mrs. Phil Edge and Mrs. Emmie Bjornson have third high game score of 3,680 for the Feb. 16-28 playing period. Mrs. Jan Harmon and Mrs. Barb McDonough have the total high so far of 45,100 and Mrs. Marlene Knutson and Mrs. Vivian Perin second high total score of 35,080. Third high total of 31,310 has been scored by Mrs. Marilyn Harklau and Mrs. Isabel Fain. Mrs. Harklau and Mrs. Fain reported two small slams. A small slam was reported by Mrs. Agnes Smith and Mrs. Elaine Neel, Pearl McMahon and Mrs. Kate Roberts, and Mrs. Edge and Mrs. Bjornson. Couples Evening Tourna- . ment for the Feb. 16-28 playing period has Dr. and Mrs. Mark Messingham with high game score of 3,960 and Mr. and Mrs. Larry Moore with second high game score of 3,430. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Munson have third high game score of 2,750. Total high so far is held by Mr. and Mrs. Ken Knutson with 32,780 points. Total second high is held by Dr. and Mrs. Messingham with 31,900 and third total high is held by Mr. and Mrs. John Westphal with 31,750 points. Mr. and Mrs. Moore and Dr. and Mrs. Messingham each reported a small slam. The year-end party will be held Saturday, April 20, in First National Social Center. Please try to have all turned in by the first of April so prizes may be awarded. AMERICA* SHOES ADD A SLING BACK TO YOUR FAVORITE CLOQ AND... ROW! Ringer (white or navy) Spontaneous Fashion Combustion Register for the FREE Easter Bunny Wind's Bootery HUMBOLDT, IOWA Bridg-A-Roma In the Bridg-a-rama Ladies Evening Tournament Mrs. Madelyn Swearingen and Mrs. Esther Ruble had game high of 4,410 for the Feb. 16-28 playing period. Mrs. Jo Fennema and Mrs. Mary Green had second high score of 3,590 and Mrs. Florence Ashton and Mrs. Alice Emery, and Mrs. Clarine Heathman and Mrs. Danna Monaghan were tied for third high game of 2,390. The total high of 34,030 has been scored by Mrs. Lois Dale and Mrs. Veilma Lo'ckwood* Second,high total of 28,020 has been scored by Mrs. Swearingen and Mrs. Ruble. Third high total of 25,880 has Country Florals Come out and see the beautiful Spring arrangements, flowers, plants and vegetable plants. Hwy.l69&3West Humboldt Spring Green in Spectator Knits by Butte Easy winners for Spring, beautiful pale Jade Green, light textures, spiced with White. Important looks in Butte's gental tailoring are welcome to your season's wardrobe planning. 1. PANT SUIT. Windowpane-checked Dacron® polyester/acrylic is washable. Cuffed sleeve blazer with two patch pockets. Jacquard sleeveless sweater-vest with a removable dickey. 2. DRESS. Shirt style step-in with White saddle stitching. 100% Dacron® polyester, cuffed sleeves. Qt/t f\ REGISTER FOR FREE EASTER BUNNY / YOU MUST BE SATISFIED

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