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Humboldt, Iowa
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Saturday, October 29, 1966
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M/Sgf. Clement A. Kea New Army adviser at Humboldt M/Sgt. E-8 Clement A. Kea of Lawton, Okla,. has been assigned as assistant Army advisor to the Humboldt National Guard unit after returning from 11 months duty In Vietnam. He replaces Sgt. Price who left for Vietnam in July via Fort Bliss, Texas. Kea, who will retire In March of 1967 after 20 years of active duty with the United States Army, is originally from Georgia, but his family is presently living in Oklahoma where they will stay Th« Humboldt Independent, October 29, 1966 until he retires. He and his wife, Dorothy, have six children, Kathleen. 20, who Is attending college at Seward, Nebraska; Frederick, 19, who Is stationed with the U. S. Air Force in Vietnam; Susan, 16, at home; Carolyn, 14, at home; William, 12, at home) and Paul, 4, at home. While In Vietnam, M/Sgt. Kea was the first Sargeantofanartil- lary unit, In Humboldt. his duties will mainly consist of administration and training. Robert Shade guest speaker at Humboldt Mr. Shade will report on the National ARC convention held recently at Kansas City, Mo. Members, parents of special education and trainable room students, and all other Interested persons are invited to attend. Robert Shade of Des Moines, Iowa, state president of the Association for Retarded Children, will be a guest speaker of the Humboldt County chapter of the association at 7:45 p.m., Friday, November 4, in the auditorium of the Taft Elementary School in Humboldt. Allen Hume, supervisor of the North Central Rehabilitation Center at Fort Dodge will also be a guest. He wifi tell about the work shop and will have items made by the clients on display. These artifacts will be for sale. New science fiction at public library Some new science fiction novels have been added to the adult department of the Humboldt public library. Lloyd Biggie's "Watcher of the Dark" tells of a sinister, invisible force known only as The Dark. This secret mental weapon Is threatening the entire Primores galaxy. Darzek is hired for the job. almost certain to be fatal, of unmasking this mysterious foe. "October the Fifth is Too Late," by Fred Hoyle tells of the havoc played by a transmission of solar beams on earth. Different areas of the earth are thrown into widely divergent time periods. England Is in the 1960's, but World War I still rages in Western Europe. Greece is in the golden age of Pericles, and America some thousand years in the future, while Russia and Asia are a burnt-out plain of an even more distant future. Gertrude Frledberg tells of a strange "Revolving Boy" who had a quirk for turning and whirling. Was it a fantasy of youth, a freakish prank of nature, or a unique talent? "Nebula Award Stories. 1965" is a collection of eight science fiction stories chosen by the science fiction writers themselves as the best of the year. National Children's Book Week will be observed from October 30 to November 5. The following books will be circulated at that time. "Riddle Raddle. Fiddle Fad- Observed 40th wedding anniversary October 9 N Guest speaker at coronatta Dole (Demp,) Oir/.fenter, of Humboldt, left, was fhe 9 u.sf ipeaker of fne pre.oome homecoming f.sf/v/f/ts h.ld at ,/,. Humboldt Community High School gym Thursday evening, October 27. He was graduated from Humboldt in 1941, se/ecferf 01 aII;tat. Mlboek, elected for fhe oll-Europe football team during WorW War //, and ,. pn.ntly wrl ,, ng a ,„,,,, eo/umn for the Humboldt Reminder. j /-, j 0 ^*?. Sfc ° wn ""' Mt *° "'»'"' B/// °***, mMftr °' "'•"">"'•« for rfio oxen/no, and Clyde D. Mease, tuperintendent of the Humboldt Community School Syitem.-Independent Pnofo. One hundred ten friends of Mr. and Mrs. George Day attended an open house celebration at their home in Beaver Township Sunday afternoon, October 9, In honor of their 40th wedding anniversary. The event was hosted by their six children. Gordon Day of Humboldt, Mrs. Beverly Flurer of Clarion, Mrs. Sheldt Everhard and Lyle Day of Fort Dodge, Charles Day of Algona, and Mrs. Sharon Blomker of Cherokee. Flowers and serving table decorations were in ruby red. Stereo music was played throughout the afternoon. Guests were given memento folders containing the couple's wedding picture and fortieth anniversary picture and an account of the wedding. An aunt of Mrs. Day phoned from her home in biographies of baseball heroes. Yogi Berra, Roy Campanella, Bill Dlchey, Dei Crandall, and Birdie Tebbetts. Each In his own way gained fame and glory. Added to the books on South America is David Bowen's "The Land and People of Chile." Chile is a country progressing along many avenues, and one of importance in the future of the Americas. California to congratulate them. Guests attending were from Minnesota and various towns la Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. Day, the former Johanna Olson, daughter of Henry Olson and the. late Mrs. Olson, were married October 6, 1926, in: Humboldt by the late Rev. W. E. Ross in his home, the Methodist parsonage. Attendants were Mr. Day's brother-in-law and sister, Mr, and Mrs. George Solbeck, who were present to help them celebrate the anniversary. After the wedding, they went to the bridegroom's parents' home for their wedding supper and later in the evening to the home of the bride's parents for a reception, German style, feast- Ing and visiting until midnight. The couple related that due to their wedding being held in the fall, they "stayed home to pick corn" but later spent a honeymoon at Niagara Falls. Cbrrtctlo* RUTLAND-Mrs. Roy Bristol and son, Miles, have mored to the Torgerson Custodial Home in Humboldt, not the Slssion Nursing Home. die," by Ann Bishop is a book containing more than eighty riddles to test wits and confuse friends. Some are as up-to- the-minute as space travel. Others have been around for a while. Instructions for Voting on the Automatic Voting Machines I. Move the Operating Lever to the Right. ( , m ,, efltedbythe Q on thi, Sompl. Bollot) of your party t. th. right. Old or new, every riddle Is here because It's fun. A new picture book with the children of noisy village by Astrid Lindgren is "Springtime in Noisy Village," with "thousands of millions" of flowers blooming everywhere, and "calves and lambs and chickens born all over Noisy Village." "Baseball's Greatest Catchers" by Al Hlrshberg has 20 KNIGHT 2. Pullthelever Part y lever,t U raupth.V.ti ng l.v.r VOTn A10UT TO CtOSI CUDTAIN Tk. ".,., u.,,,, , s . B.d Op.,.,,., I..., ,„ .v*r ft, Voting Lever Xu Down over the Nome of any other Candidate for the same office. 3. Leave Your Voting Lover Down. % X •TT" 4. Move the Red Operating Lever to the Loft. IMPORTANT! I SAMPLE BALLOT CURTAIN CLOMD VOTCR vorina Cumin CI...J V.I ITATt OF IOWA, HUMBOLDT COUKTY, » T«. fa Hi j eft"* Vote on all namrt on Judicial Bullet by pulling down "YES 1 or "NO" Irve'r above each n.ini* 1 rtnd leaving it down. OFFICES DEMOCRATIC PARTY O REPUBLICAN PARTY O NATIONAL PROHIBITION O PEACE INDEPENDENTS O AMERICAN CONSTITUTION O IOWA O INDEPENDENT O INDEPENDENT O 1 NDfPf-NDCNT ._ 2 1 YES NO Fnincis H. Meeker LJ D Unitrd Slate Senator n ' 1 A e. n. Smith Story Counly Governor D 2 A Mirold P. Hughes tin County *iniK vr IVIIH .ShatHhi following 3 ': - . .,' 3 YES NO Robert L. Larson n n 3 Lieutenant Governor U a A Dikerl D. Fulton UUrk Iliwk County 4 Secretary of Slat. U 4 A Mltkul H. Doyle Polk Counly juim.iMLDm.LVJi, ju< t .« of tk. Supr.m. Coi ' 4". ' ' f . 4 ] YES NO M. L. Mason D D 6 Auditor Of Slat. U 1 A Urn. R. 'orthlngto Decatur Counly Treat ur«r Of Slat. U • A Plal n Franzenburf Grundy Counly >- - ^ i:w - .(- tit f.iV.uin.dWW,^ YES NO Maurice E. Bawling! a a 7 Secretary o Afr .culture a 7 A Kiaaitk E. [1 Owen Appinoou Counlr a f Attorney General D 1 A Lawrtaci F. Scalise Wirnn Counly \ YES NO llruce M. Snell n n MeprMrnUllv Slith DlMrlrl n t A «aalar L. Grelff Woodbury Coynty 10 fluu HumboUl PocthootM n 10 A Vnt W. Hill Huntbold! Cauly Aiallar Precinct MaBkaUt Caul;, Im II County Traaiura tVol. fur Or — M— — .1 •—»•.— II !• ia Counlr R»cor«1.ff i) (Vulr far D •^— ^— . 13 Counlr AllorMy )•! iVolt for One OFFICIAL ' P^ 1 ' ' • AMENDMENT TO THE • CONSTITUTION OF IOWA AMENDMENT IAUOT SS^ 14 Stiawrriaor ilkDIMrM , Turn ni|. I J < Vole (or On. D 14 A I. Ltnerti 14 3up.rrl.or UkDWfM nTirm t»l. 1-21 ) (Vol. for On, D 14 A OaitM Hoffman M 27 ^ Non-Pirll»n Hoipital TruitMi 1 • (Vote for Seven) " ' »V H, ^ n n D> n n Ml Ml » • 2 , B 171 1 C lick Miller Wood bur; County 1 D Verne Hlgeiu HldUon County 1 E Ckarlei 11. Day Polk Counly n i — i 1 F BoatrtD. Dilley Polk Counly n 1C uotui r. Hoover Hanuki County U 1 — - U 2C WllUam G. Murray Story County 2 F U.vld B. Qulner FrinkUn County n 2G Ckarla Sloca JeJfenon Counly • D t U 1 C Hai nil. MlUa Martnall Counly ^K^WB^^^^H D 3 F Oravn C. Walla Da Union County ••^^••^•••i^ — Q U 4C Synhorit PoU County (••art N. FredregiU Folk Count/ ^— .— — ^ -*— — — a 4 a 1C Smith Polk Ctunly "^™— ™«^i™ P * a f C Dab Awtry Cilboua County ••^^^^•^•M D • P A. E. EUuoa fiord County •I imm 11 - •- J-J -1 f P a 7 C Llddy Vuluraa Count; U 7 r Gkn K. Btndel Carra Oofdo Counly D 7 D I C WckaraC. Turner Potuaallaiiui Cwntjr U • D Oaarfa A. Murray Dai Uolnai n • n • C Uiyne WooJUui Count/ n • F IMI, Bmltk Woodkury County P (M D IOC bnMI. Kmlfht HiimnaUl ^-~^^^~ ^ U FKCIMAJ n U C rkylali ChrliteiUM "ST M vS^BBBggjjB tifUTo.1 D 11C ink*!, Rtibl* II D uc Jafar. MarufltM • P II D 14 C IbnM Rollmd * * • Q M D 14 C MalMM. Pcddicord a 14 H p Ml P M- „ SUMMARY OF AMENDMENT *• • ; T/u 1 * n i! n r C .'l"° < he .-C»n««lutlon of tho Stnle"of ' ' -A ? n , Cl .°J'"S '° ch ,'» 1 « 1l "K <he effective date of" ' In fti ?''X™. 0«"er.l,-A«.Binbl>- from. July fourth I°o1i ills fSy orHheTe'ft 0 '"" °' M * nm « rllln ''''' M M n n n «• Ml laril. I«| a Johnaon Pl.ce •^ ^^«W^M^^M^ p g P P p « Ml* M If | lartatilfh llnialaH • II 1 H J HMIlall 1 -"———''"-•*""*'*— ^ •* ••< • P P * M Nii^MM^>>ywtiMi.wwiMiit>>>i »W*:\, ' 18 "•'' NO IB • r

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