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Humboldt, Iowa
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Saturday, October 29, 1966
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Page 12 Tht Humboldt Independent, October 29, 1966 Miss Cynthia Lempke, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Lempke of Liver more, was united in marriage with Stephen DeGroote of Bode, son of Gordon DeGroote of Rutland, Saturday, October 22, 1966. The Rev. W. H. Stock officiated at the double ring ceremony held at 8 p.m. in the Immanuel Lutheran Church at Livermore. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a street length dress of light blue wool with navy accessories. Her jewelry was a pearl necklace, a gift of the groom. She carried . a bouquet of red roses and white carnations. Miss Chris Sinclair of Livermore was the maid of honor. She was attired in a street length, blue dress and carried a bouquet of white carnations. Kirk Holland of Bode was the best man. Special music was presented by"-Mary Lou Olson who sang "O' Perfect Love," and, "The Lord's Prayer." She was accompanied by organist Margaret Hauck. A reception for 70 guests was held after the ceremony in the church parlors with Miss Vicki Lempke in charge of the guest book. Mrs. Carl Brattmiller cut the cake, Mrs. Maurice Ber- ryhlll poured the coffee, and Mrs. Gerald Shelton poured the punch. Mrs. Vernon Kramer, Mrs. Hartley Mackintosh, Mrs. Harry Rutz, and Mrs. Ernest Hauck served. Miss Joyce Kropf and Miss Marjorle Thompson opened and arranged the gifts. . After a week-end trip to southern Iowa, the couple is now at home at Eagle Grove where the groom is attending junior college. Out of town guests included Mr. and Mrs. Alan Busse of Spec/5 Gary Friders on furlough ST. JOE-Spec/5 Gary N. Friders, R. A. 17692497, Co. "A" Sixth S.F.G.A., FortBragg, North Carolina 28307, Is visiting his father, Harold Friders, and with other relatives and friends. Spec/5 Friders Is spending a month's furlough, having visited with friends and relative sin Colorado, Arizona, and California, before arriving In St. Joe, He has eight months to serve before his discharge. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Slnnwell accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Roger Sinnwell, Steve, Vlcki, David, and John of Mason City, visited with relatives In Waterloo Sunday. Mrs. Margaret Phillips ofGil- bertsvllle, spent the week end with her cousin, Mrs. Louise Thul. Mrs. Phillips accompanied Mrs. Thul's grandson, Allan Becker, of Cedar Rapids, who spent the week end with hie parents, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Becker, and other relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. George Ham and son of Ames, spent the week end In the home of Mrs. Ham's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bormann and Kenneth. Mrs, Richard J. Thul and son, Thomas John, spent Sunday io the home of her husband's parents. Mr, and Mrs. Eugene Thul and family. Mrs. Thul will leave the latter part of November for Fort Plies, Texas, where her husband, Pfc. Richard J. Thul, 17718142 SVC BTRY, RNC Com, USAADCEN, McGregor RNG, is otitiouid. Mrs, Tnul is en> ployed at the selective service office in Algona and lives with her mother, Mrs. Maurine Harr in Wesley. LaCrosse, Wis.; Mr. and Mrs. Keith Maxon and family of Cedar Falls, Iowa; Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Shelton and family, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Nessa and family, Mr. and Mrs. Arrln Hinderks and family of Webster City, Iowa; Mr. and Mrs. Carl Brattmiller and family of Fort Dodge; Mr. and Mrs. John Nessa and Joan Biondahl of Thor; Mr. and Mrs. Albert Lempke and Mrs. Irvin Nessa of Eagle Grove; Mr. and Mrs. Gordon DeGroote and Dennis of Rutland; and Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Berryhill of Humboldt. Happy HoMtMaktrs Clib met October 18 GILMORE CITY-The Happy Homemakers Club met Tuesday afternoon, October 18, at the home of Mrs. G. W. Clrks. Fourteen members answered roll call, "What We Would Like to See Invented." A lesson on''candle- making was given by Mrs. Elmer Jensen. The new officers elected for the coming year are president, Mrs. Elmer Anderson; vice president, Mrs. Frank Stearns, secretary-treasurer, Mrs. Harold Wallace. Each member present brought their favorite cookies and bars for the lunch. The next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Gerald Higgins. Circle No. 4 of St. John's Rosary Sodality met at the home of Mrs. Wllmer Neel Thursday with Mrs. Regina Gehllng as co-hostess. Mrs. Loren DeGroote, chairman of the circle presided at the business meeting. Fifteen members of the second grade class of St. John's School will have their First Communion Sunday, October 30. They are Kelly, Griffin, Jean Halligan.Jo- an Heider, Michael Telfer, Eric Emery, John Fisher, Michael Landolt, Terry Rles, John Mersch, Terry Stein, < Steven Dunn, Jane Stein, Joannie Lee Schultz, Tony Dailey and Laurie Carman. Approximately 200 people attended an open house of the new St. John's School Sunday, October 23. Those attending had a tour of the new building and were served refreshments by the women of the St. John's Rosary Sodality. Thirty-five Sisters from the Omaha and Cherokee area were also present at the open house. Junior varsity hands 47 7 loss to Clarion Humboldt's Junior Varsity football squad closed its wagon with a decisive 47-7 victory over Clarion at Clarion Monday night. The Cats closed with a 4-2 mark, scored 12] points against their opponents, and allowed their op* ponents 53 points. The strong defensive line for the junior varsity squad held Clarion to 80 yards rushing while Humboldt piled up a total of 226 yards on the ground. Ray Stockdale, Keith Abens, Pete Reinertsen, John Slelter, Dave Stockdale. and Paul Lanning contributed outstanding efforts for the defensive squad, Humboldt jumped to a 14-0 first quarter lead with a three yard plunge by sophomore halfback Jeff Larson with Tony Nls- sen adding the extra point on a double reverse. Larson scored again on a 66 yard pass play with quarterback Rick Greene on the pitching end. Nissen scored twice for Humboldt on a seven yard pass from Greene and a four yard run up the middle with the extra point earned on a pass from Greene to end Doug Clrks. Larson and junior fullback Tom Thomas averaged 10 yards a carry as the Wildcats earned 19 first downs. Larson scored two more times on a 25 yard end sweep and a 75 yard punt return. Greene added one extra point on a quarterback sneak and threw to Dave Stockdale for the other PAT. Doug Cirks scored for Humboldt on a 45 yard pass from Greene with Nissen running around right end for the extra point. Clarion's only score came on a 60 yard pass play and an end sweep for the extra point. STATISTICS Hum. Clar. Rushing yds 226 80 Passing yds 144 65 Kick off yds 240 50 Kick off returns. . .25 81 Punt yds 30 65 Punt returns 44 0 First downs 19 5 Fumbles 1 0 Penalties 55 35 Score by Quarters Humboldt 14 7 13 13-47 llarion 0070-7 NORTH CENTRAL CONFERENCE Lempke-DeGroote wedding vows repeated at Livermore Humboldt Webster City Clarion Hampton Eagle Grove Iowa Falls .. Algona , Clear Lake .. W .5 .5 3 .2 .1 .3 « . ] L 0 1 1 4 3 3 4 5 T 1 0 2 0 2 0 1 i 0 Pts. 107 170 79 60 52 79 46 33 Opp. S3 32 60 146 92 60 89 117 L 1 1 2 3 4 4 5 5 ALL GAMES W Humboldf 5 Webster City 6 Clarion 3 Iowa Folli 3 Hampton 3 Eagle Grove ] Algona ] CUar Lake 1 OFFENSE Leading Rushers: Robert Paton, Hampton, 732 yards, 111 attempts; Chuck Gotewood, Webster City, 612 yards, 95 attempts; Steve Horung, Iowa Falls, 515 yards, 132 attempts. Leading Passes: Rick Kuhlman, Humboldt, 607 yards, 74 attempt, 29 comp.; Steve Hoath, Eagle Grove, 470 yards, 83 attempts, 27 comp. Leading Pas* Receivers: Jerry Boylngton, Clarion, 270 yards, 13 catches; Doug DeSmldt, Humboldt, 227 yard*, 11 catches. Leading Scorer's: Robert Paton, Hampton, 9 T.D.'s, 54 points; Chuck Gatawood, Webster City, 8 T.D.'s, 48 points. Tap Defensive Players as selected by the coaches: Brocke Laws, Algona; Jerry Boyington, Clarion; Scott Peterson, Eagle Grove; Bruce Bernard, Eagle Grove; Geoff Mickelson, Humboldt; Steve Sandberg, Humboldt,* Steve Horung, Iowa Falls; Lewis Deal, Iowa Falls; Bob Harkan, Iowa Falls; Dave Brooks, Webster City; Tom Osboe, Webster City; and Tim Doolittle, Webster City. Gilmore City junior high undefeated GILMORE CITY-The Gllmore City junior high football team, under the coaching of Gary Fox, has completed their season with four straight wins. The Junior high schedule allows four games for the season. They defeated Twin Rivers, Boone Valley, Rolfe and Pocahontas to accomplish this four ganje winning streak. Watch for the JACK MILLER Hospitality Bus in HUMBOLDT SATURDAY NOON, OCT. 29 meet his wife, ]erry have a cup of coffee WOMEN FOR MILLER, MRS- JOHN *CHUTTM, CHAIRMAN. Benefit held for Belmond Dick Martin urn president The Humboldt County boy* 4-H clubs elected their 1967 officers at their annual convention held Tuesday, October 18, at the Humboldt American Legion Building. The new officers are, left to right, Dick Martin of the Lake Boosters, president; Dennis Vorrie of the Norway Vikings, vice president; David Airman of the C A W, secretary; Ron Thomp- son of the West Grove Huttlert, treasurer; and Bill Loaning of the West Weaver Hilling Workers, reporter. • During the conyention, Norman rAoklestad, Humboldt County extension director, wot Installed at en honorary 4-H member. He hat worked directly and Indirectly with 4-H youth since 1952. Humboldt freshman squad ended season undefeated OTTOSEN-Mr. and Mrs. Percy Watnem and Mr. and Mrs. Allan Watnem attended a musical program benefit for Belmond at Fort Dodge Sunday night. They heard the Civic Glee Club, the Landers, the Barbershop Chorus, and three barbershop quartets. Bruce Watnem, son of the Percy Watnems, sings in one of the Barbershop quartets. Over $800 was received for the strom victims. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Haas of Estherville, were Sunday dinner guests, at the Ray Pentico home. Mr. and Mrs. John Larson and sons of Swea City, spent the week end at the Donald Larson home. Sunday they were all dinner guests at the Ralph Jacobson home. Mr. and Mrs. Carroll-01800;", and family were Sunday after-5 noon and evening visitors at th»x Earl Osborn home at Cylinder^'? They celebrated Jon; Osborn'sX ninth birthday. -. Richard Zeman was a/member of toe National Guard Avho went to Belmond for four days. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Pentico were Sunday night supper guests at the Edwin Pentico home at Bode. Mr. and Mrs. OUver Kinseth were Tuesday afternoon visitors at the home of Roy Kinseth at Fort Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Telford visited Mrs. N. J. Weber at Forest City Tuesday. Mrs. Paul Espinosa, Ann, Debbie and Peter of Mason City, were Friday dinner guests at the Margaret Holt home. In the afternoon, they were all lunch guests of Mrs. Loran Daniel. Mrs. Bernard Jacobs of Bradgate, was also a visitor at the Daniel home.' Mr. and Mrs. Edward Zlnnel and granddaughter. Carrie Jacobson, were Sunday afternoon visitors at the Richard Krause home at Lu Verne. October 18 rifv FHonrkhin rinh mot TIIOC. Th fi Humboldt freshman foot- d^ y aJer e no?n 'octoSrTaf.K **Sfi£Sfi££ 8", V 1 home of Mrs, E. F,Stalicup or ^*3*£» i ££ fle* Thursday afternoon, October 27, to complete their season undefeated. The squad, paced by a strong offensive line, scored in the first half on long runs of 63 yards by Wayne Miner and 28 yards by Tom Greene to take a 12 to 6 lead at half time. In the third quarter, Humboldt hit for two touchdowns by quarterbacks Randy Kuhlman on a sneak that covered 17 yards and a keeper play by Dennis Thorson that covered 13 yards. The scoring was Humboldt. Mrs. Ethel Thompkins of Humboldt was a guest at this meeting. New officers elected for the new year are president, Mrs. John Hartnett; vice president, Mrs. John Skow; secretary, Mrs. TeresaKeleher, and treasurer, Mrs. Lewis Newstrom. The White Cross of the Baptist Church met last week at the church with Mrs. Harold Wallace serving as hostess. Mrs. Eldon Miller was in charge of devotions. The women spent the afternoon tying quilts. The Sunday School class of the Baptist Church met Tuesday evening, October 18, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hansen. Mrs. Glen Moore led In devotions and Mrs. Paul Trexel was in charge of the games for the evening. Rutland Mrs. Earl Murphy of West Thornton, New Hampshire, IB a visitor at the home of Mrs. Dollie Nielsen. Mr. and Mrs. Gaylord Bonde and family spent Sunday afternoon visiting the West Bend Grotto. Mr. and Mrs. Gaylord Bonde were Friday evening callers at the Art Gates home. Mr. and Mrs. Gaylord Bonde, daughter, Janet, and son, Russell. were Monday evening visitors at the David Schwering home in Fort Dodge. Miss Joan Christiansen of Fort Dodge was a Wednesday and Thursday visitor at the Agner Christiansen home. Harry Bonde was a Sunday dinner guest of the Gay lord Bonde family. Roy Bristol of Rutland Is a patient at the Slsson Nursing Home in Humboldt. Fire damage to pickup truck Light damage was done to a pickup truck owned by John Myers, Hardy, Monday night while It was parked at Johnny's Steak < Harbor. A Humboldt policeman) noticed the fire and turned»In it 11:15 to the fire capped with a six yard slant into the endzone by John Ulrich. The Humboldt backs ran for a total of 349 yards largely on the dive and slants of Miner, Greene and Monte Trenary. The offensive line opened large holes and featured some fine down- field blocking. The second and third team offensive and defensive units saw a lot of action and both moved the ball and held the St. Edmund backs to short yardage and only one first down in the second half. The defense was led by Mike Hamilton who was in on 19 tackles in the time that he played. Steve Peterson, Doug Linn. Duane Lodden and Brent Hart played key roles on the jfensive unit. Jon Taute. Dorian Charlson. Jim Dodd and Thorson contributed fine defensive roles for the Wild- kittens. Offensive tackles, Dan Smith and Hugh Stone; guards, Tom Harmon and Duane Lodden; and center. Jim DooV Jong with a trio of ends. Petei T on,Tlm Mi and Steward OUnnT were age over 10 yards per carry to pace the offense. .This win brings the season record to three wins, no losses and one tie, the season opener against Eagle Grove. This also gave the Junior high eighth and ninth grade squads undefeated records for the year. DIVIDEND NOTICE On October 24, 1966, Directors of Iowa Public Service Company declared a quarterly dividend of 30{ per share on tho Common Stock, payable December 1, 1966, to stockholders of record November 10, 1966- Tho regular quarterly dividends on the 3.75%, 3.90% and 4.20% Cumulative Preferred Stocks wero declared payable December 1, 1966, to stockholders of record November 10, 1966. IOWA PUBLIC SERVICE COMPANY E. M. KAUN CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD Sun.-Mon.-Tues.-Wed. Coitiiwous Sunday — 2:30 VOTE NOV. 8 FOR HAROLD KNIGHT REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE FOR STATE REPRESENTATIVE HUMBOLDT - POCAHONTAS COUNTIES • Ho ii a graduate of Iowa State University with a BSA degree. • He It experienced in agriculture, commerce and industry. • He is a member o( Humboldt Motho- dist Church. • He believes In holding your tones in lino. • He believes In good schools and education. • He believes In working for you end representing ymi. Till YOUIFIIINDS VOTE FOR KNIGHT • NOV. 8 This ad paid for by friends el Harold Knight George Slsson, Co-Chairman Ten More Reasons For Electing WILEY MAYNE CONGRESSMAN 1 F»vor» Automatic So*, Sec. benefit boosts to meet higher living co«U. 9 Believes needy, pot greedy, should yet »nti-pov»rty money. / 3 Believe* govt. program? should help preserve f§mily'ii»« farm*. 4, Wants to make college cost* a federal income fag deduction, 5 Favors returning a per cent of federal iftcoBw (•«*« to states. R Would let retired earn more than 11,500 without losing Soc. See. tenefits. 7, Would end wasteful spending which causes high prices, interest * taxes, 8, Would retain an lowsn's right to work without joining any organ- iiation, 9, Wo « l 4 support police * work for a "turn of law § order In America. JO, Pwi '»! Sanborn; went to college « scholarship; began in law at tlW » month. YOU It On MAYHl Un, '--"--"' e • • • • ,flHN,*

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