The Humboldt Republican from Humboldt, Iowa on October 29, 1966 · Page 5
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October 29, 1966

The Humboldt Republican from Humboldt, Iowa · Page 5

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THE HUMBOLDT INDEPENDENT NATIONAL Publish..! Weekly .t Humboldt, Iowa, Ev., y S ,, uf( fo y by HUMBOLDT PRINTING COMPANY Published Each Saturday at 528 Sumner Av.n ° 50548. 3 s. * u., Humb.Ut ' pold at »nd.,th. Ae» CHASE MCLAUGHLIN HARVEY ZEMAN JIM SAftGENT. ,, D . „ . Pub ''' hftr SHARON ZEMAN ........................................ Sc » „, DELMAR DESMIDT. .......................... ................ Sub,cr/ P< /on. JENS SORENSEN "" MAVIS GREGERSEN RONDA BARTON , "T SUBSCRIPTION RATES HUMBOLDT AND ADJOINING COUNTIES The Humboldt Independent, Ont Year .............................. $4,00 The Humboldt Republican, One Year ...................... '."."^.'.'.'. $4.00 Both for On* Year ......................................................... " " $s'oO ELSEWHERE IN IOWA Independent or Republican, One Year .............................. $4.50 Both for On* Year ....................................................... $5*50 ELSEWHERE IN UNITED STATES Independent or Republican, One Year .............................. $S.OO Both for One Year..: ............................................................. $6^00 ADVERTISING RATES Di«play Per Inch, Independent or Republican ......................... 0.70 Combination Independent and Republican .............................. 0.98 Natlonol Rate, Combination Independent and Republican.... 0.98 Classified Ads, Minimum 50<, Per Word .................................. 0.04 Cord of Thanks ....................... . .................................................... j _00 Notices ....................................................................................... 1.00 lit Focti$ fa.. BY Chose Me La ugh I in Why a subscription contest? The Humboldt Newspapers will begin a subscription campaign Monday, November 7. We intend to increase our circulation in order to serve more people and we have chosen this contest as our means of doing so. Why a contest? Because we want to introduce the Humboldt Newspapers to more people and serve more people in the community and the area. In addition, men and women of the area will be able to earn extra money and compete for honest prize money. The contest will benefit all concerned. The contest is a sound business venture, or we would not be interested in it. The contest offers financial gain to the contestants, subscribers, and this newspaper. wlp We can assure you that if the contest wasn'iTd soyKtf business venture, it would not have the long history it has nor the waiting list of newspapers desiring to use it. There are no strings, no hidden meanings, no sharp practices in the contest. Everything is down in black and white, and is printed where all may see. On the inside pages you will find the announcement of the contest and all the rules and details. If you can't be a contestant for the prize money, you can certainly get in on the savings when a contestant calls on you. We invite you to participate in the contest and share in the benefits. Graidsoi of Lhrtrnort rtsldtit kllltd ii ViftiOM LIVERMORE-Mrs. Maude McKenna received word that her grandons, Johnny Wilson, of Edmond, Okla., was killed In Vietnam. Funeral services were held October 25 at Edmond, Okla. He leaves his wife, his mother, Mn. Wilson, and three sisters, and other relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Olson and Ruth visited over the week end It is said (I didn't say it) that married men still wonder what would have happened if they matrimonially had said "Idon't" instead of "I do." "Every true music lover should extend thanks to congressmen for voting to cancel the 15 percent duty on bagpipes which will encourage more of our musicians to become pipers." In view of the importance of continued high profits to the well being of both labor and government, it's a little strange that they're paid so much dishonor by their principal beneficiaries, increasing profits are essential In an inflationary economy. If they ever flatten out or level off. the whole country will be in trouble, A leading English professor says even educated people cannot use America's native language properly. The professors says doctors, lawyers, merchants and even schoolteachers lack understanding of English grammar. If we can't trust these well- educated people to speak the language properly, who can we trust? Or is it whom can we trust? "No man would dare go home and say to his wife: 'A bunch of us chewed the rag all afternoon.' He put it this way: 'I was in a four-hour conference.'" French philosopher Jean Jacques Rousseau said a century and a half ago: "As soon as public service ceases to be the chief business of the citizens, and they would rather serve with their money than with their persons, the state is not far from its fall." with Mr. and Mrs. Al Olson at Crawfordville. Mrs. Don DeWlnter of Humboldt was a Sunday visitor at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rutz. Don is at Fort Hood, Texas. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Carter of Las Vegas and Mr. and Mrs. Dick Drushella and children of rf MUwauke« Minn., were recent aTl visitors of Mr. and Mrs. BUI Wilson. Mrs. Harold GJerstad was a Monday morning visitor at Humboldt. Mr. and Mrs. John McKenna and family moved to Urbana, 111. John is head accountant. Mrs. Dick Henley of Decorah, Mrs. Cora Olson, Mrs. Gib Nissen of Humboldt, and Mrs. Ronald Olson of Bode were Monday morning coffee guests at the home of Mrs. Carl Olson. Mrs. Karl Baessler attended Humboldt Coutny T. B. and Health Society kick off luncheon Wednesday at Johnny's Steak Harbor in Humboldt. T. B. seals will go into the mail November 15. Mrs. Ruby Holmes went to Fenton Sunday to visit Mr. and Mrs. Ed Reimer. Mr. and Mrs. Don Kiley attended a card party Saturday evening at the Ronald Morgan home at Eagle Grove. The Humboldt Independent, October 29, 1966 Page 5 Livermore Mr. and Mrs. Drushella of Scio, Ore., Mr. and Mrs. Orvllle Carter, Las Vegas; Mr. and Mrs. Rick Dnishella and family. Milwaukee; Mr. and Mrs. Bill Wilson, Mrs. Nellie Drushella, Dakota City; Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Wilson and family, Eagle Grove: Mr. and Mrs. Jim Wilson and family, Thor; and others from Estherville, Rosecreek, Minn., and Austin, Minn., had a potluck dinner Sunday at the Star Ball Room in Dakota City. Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Drushella showed slides taken in Hawaii. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Schrieber of Ottosen, Mrs. Maggie Schrieber, Mr. and Mrs. Don Crossley and family, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Crossley and family, of Hardy; Mr. and Mrs. Earl Crossley and Mr. and Mrs. Allan Schrieber of Fort Dodge, attended the silver wedding anniversary Sunday for Mr. and Mrs. Lester Schrieber at Kanawha. Seventy-five guests attended. Lunch was served from a decorated table. They received silverware and money. Mr. and Mrs. Schrieber have three daughters and four sons. Mrs. Karl Baessler, Mrs. Joe Sanders, and Mrs. John Olson attended Republican fund raising dinner at Johnny's Steak Harbor October 19. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hlntz, Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Haack, Mr. and Mrs. Karl Baessler, Mrs. Harold Hauck, Mrs. Clarence Hauck and Mr. and Mrs. Glen Schultze attended the last meeting of Sixth week of Bible Institute at Lu- Verne Lutheran Church Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. John Zeimet, Florence Rutz and (Catherine Fullerton were Tuesday morning visitors in Fort Dodge. - KNIGHT 3 REASONS... Stationed in Vietnam PFC Jon J. Olson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Olson of rural Humboldt, arrived at Saigon, Vietnam, October 12. He is presently stationed 32 miles south of Saigon as a medical technician. He received his basic and advanced medical training at Fort Sam Houston, Son Antonio, Texas, after entering the Unifed States Army January 11, 1966. In June, he was transferred to Fort Lewis, Washington, where he was stationed until receiving travel orders to Vietnam. Jon was graduated from Maplewood Academy at Hutchinson, Minnesota, in 1963, and attended Southern Missionary College at Collegedale, Tennessee, for a year and a half. He was employed by Humboldt County prior to entering the U.S. Army. His present address is: PFC Jon J. Olson US 55 839220, H.H.C. 3rd Bn. 22nd Inf. Medical Platoon, 4th Inf. Div., APO San Francisco, California 96268. ication - dedication to a cause he believes in and stating this before he knew who the democratic opposition might be. In voting for Mr. Murray on November 8, 1 will be casting a vote, not only for a way of life I believe in. but tor a man of character and integrity, a man of knowledge and experience, a vital, positive man, a man who knows that the governor is to lead. Sincerely, Mrs. Edwin Edge WHh the churches THE METHODIST CHURCH W. Morris Kildal, Minister S. H. Hammer Minister of Visitation Humboldt, Iowa TIME CHANGE FOR SUNDAY MORNING WORSHIP SERVICES On October 30,1966, the morning worship services of the Humboldt Methodist Church will start 15 minutes later. The schedule of services will be as follows: First Service - 8:30 a.m. S. T. Church School - 9:45 a.m. S. T. Second Service - 10:45 a.m. Standard Time. October 22, 1966 The Humboldt Independent Humboldt, Iowa To the editor: 'I'd like to add a footnote to your article covering Mr. Bill Murray's address to the Republicans at their annual dinner. His speech was like a breath of fresh air. brisk and clear. We are constantly bombarded with platitudes, empty promises, rosy phrases. Mr. Murray attacked the problems with straight forward, positive assertions, no "head-in-the-sand" technique. My primary vote went to Mr. Murray for a 'number of reasons, the main one being his ded- The WondorM World el NEW Color by. reeee 7tt" TRAY IN MANDARIN ORANGE 12 INCH MLLY UEAF TRAY IN SEMI-MATTE ARTICHOKE INCH ROUND BOWL IN SiMI'MATTE ARTICHOKE m QV* COMPLETE SELECTION '•••- f^flfflf' ' ' ^litFli^l^l^W,- ' ^UfWlAffflirfli^F --".•»•;••<•••• - . • . ' . if In the Humboldt Area, you know whore the hi Crowd is? At your Quality Buick dealer's/Where else?) UNDHART CHEVROLET COMPANY 424 SUMMER AVENUE WHY PEOPLE PREFER CODY'S CONOMY WE DO NOT TRY TO SIMILIZE THE NATION'S FOOD PRICES. PRICE IS OUR COMPETITIVE TOOL AND WE USE IT TO BRING YOU EVERYDAY LOW PRICES ERVICE IT IS OUR PLEASURE TO SERVE YOU, AND WE APPRECIATE YOUR CONFIDENCE IN OUR ABILITY TO BRING YOU THE FINEST SERVICE. UALITY EVERY MEMBER OF OUR ORGANIZATION IS DEDICATED TO GIVE YOU THE BEST IN.... • ECONOMY • SERVICE • QUALITY.... "THANK YOU" OLD HOUSE OF MANY VALUES

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