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Rtbiilt old rock dam Tho Humboldt Water Dopartmont hoi rtfcvftf rfit rock <fam on tho wost fork of tho Ots Mo/n»« ft/v«r btfwttn tho B/cfcne// end Hf 9*1*0? 769 brldgot. Tho dam, which wot tint built In 1932 whon tho orfo/no/ Wafer Supp/y P/anf wai oroctod, /< pfaeti/ /utf ofcovt fh« p/anf'« dlschargo lino, /f /• doslgnod to glvo fht wafer a churning action to dltapato tho calcium carbonato dlschargo from fne p/anf to at fo dlssolyotho /ifflt faiftr ana 1 prtvtnf an unsightly build up. Tho work was contracted by Edgo Brothers Excava- f/on Contractor* who us*</ a bvlldoxor to push tho, original rock* that had boon forcod to tho rlvor bottom ovor tho yoars by wator and Ico action back Into a usablo dam. Tho last tlmo that tho dam had boon robullt was In 19S2.-Ropubllcan Photo. Social Calendar Courtosy of SIEVERS FUNERAL HOME WOWH^mHI TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 1 Past Oracles of Royal Neighbors Lodge meets. Masonic Lodge meets. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 2 Humboldt Women's Club meets at Humboldt Trust and Savings Bank. Music, Myrna Hamilton: "Winter Birds," Mrs. Walter Officer; Hostesses. Judy Eriksen, Chairman, Eloise, Buckner. Leta Cahlll, Doyle Clabaugh, Ruth Clemenson, Shirley Chrlstensen, Louise Davenport. Marjorie Davenport, Clara Dickinson, and Florence Dittrlch. Mary Circle of Fifth Avenue Baptist Church meets. Leader, Mrs. Elnar Hansen; Hostess, Mrs. Fred Hansen; Co-Hostess. Mrs. Marie Adams. WSCS General Meeting. Program, Friendship Forum from Cedar Rapids: Devotions, Mrs. H. M. KUdal; Hostess circle, Mary; Hostesses, Mrs. Irene Russel, Mrs. Cora Behrens, and Mrs. Roy Fort. Congregational Women's Fellowship meets. Worship service, Mrs. Richard Naevej" What Hath God Wrought?" Mrs. Jess Starner. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 4 1 Rebekah Lodge meets. Humboldt County Association for Retarded Children meets at 7:45 p.m. at Taft Auditorium. Guest speaker. State ARC president, Robert Shade. Slovors Fiioral Homo ' Horlow Slavers 24 Hour Ambulance Service Phon. 332-3247 AMltlenal Chain for Any So clal Bv.nl May B« Obtained FREE at tho Funeral Homo. Locals eight new members were re- eelvtti in to the fellowship ol the Methodist Church Sunday morning, October 16. They were Mr.MflMrs, Ponald Eck. Deborah and David; Mr, and Mrs. §STer ThUd; <*& Mr, and Mrs. , Phil Locke of Albion, Neb., spent some time visiting relatives and friends including his brother, Harry Locke, a naUent at the slsson Nursing HoSTin Humboldt. A pot-lucl dinner honoring them was heu Sunday, October 1«, by relatives at the Gotch Park shelter house. Another guest was Fred Scbenck Mr. aid Mrs. Russell Cooper and Mrs.'^uaM JoUiffe' aHended uest night dinner meeting of the or? P&ge Pistrtet M held at Treloar's inn fat , Pr. »nd Mrs.Al, showed colored slides " MJBBSf. , EUle Smith of » &° **< UN) Louis Johnson of Humboldt. Mrs. Smith, the former Elsie Neal Johnson, was the wife of the late Alfred Johnson, who was killed in 1953, and Is now the widow of Merrill Smith. She has been visiting with friends and relatives in the Humboldt and Fort Dodge areas. A courtesy family pot-luck dinner was held Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Johnsen. in honor of Mrs. Elsie Smith of Lebanon, Oregon. Guests included Mr. and Mrs. Walter Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hansen. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Johnson, all of Humboldt; Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Johnson of Adams, Minn.; and Mr. and Mrs. Glen Johnson of Storm Lake. Walter, Ray, Edwin and Glen Johnson, Mrs. Fred Hansen and Mrs. Louis Johnsen are brothers and sisters. This is the first time in a number of years that they have all been together. Mr. and Mrs. Albert de Villeneuve of Hurst, Texas, left for their home Tuesday after spending some time visiting In the L. E. Cunningham home.i I kr». Cora Mareh Leaning of,, Council Bluffs left for her home > Tuesday after spending several days visiting friends and relatives in Humboldt. Mrs. Richard Heneley of Decorah arrived In Humboldt Sunday for a visit at the parental H. M. Olson home. She and Mrs. Olson visited at the Carl Olson home Monday. Mrs. Kenneth Lovrlen, Russell and Nena Marie, were Friday visitors with their grandmother, Mrs. Nena Shelgren. Mrs. Leona Daniel was a weekend visitor with her daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Walsh, at Moorland. They brought her home Sunday evening. Ronald Vlnaas of Ottosen was also a visitor in the home of his sister, Mrs. Daniel, that evening. Mrs. Walter Kunert of Mankato, Minn., arrived In Dakota City Thursday to visit at the Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Saddoris home in Dakota City after visiting Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Pool and Mr. and Mrs. George Rice, all of Renwlck. ' Mr. and Mrs. Paul Saddoris visited Friday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Saddoris. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Pool of Renwlck; Edna Kelling of Marshalltown, Iowa; Mr. and Mrs. Walter Garrett of Fort Dodge; and Mr. and Mrs. Irwln Friday of Renwlck visited in the Saddoris home. Walter Kunert, Ella and Harold Ellis of Mankato, Minn., came after Mrs. Walter Kunert of the Clifford Saddoris home after visiting Mr, and Mrs. Earl Hodges and Mr. Stueve and having supper at the Emil Kunert home. They then returned home to Mankato. Circle 8 of Our Saviour's Lutheran Church met at the home of Mrs, Don CroBsley at 2 p.m., Thursday, October 20, with Mrs. Fred Hedegaard and Mrs, Harold Larson as co-hostesses. There were 17 members present. Mrs, Don Schocberlein gave the lesson on baptism, and Mrs, Burton Cran gave the prayer offering. Mr, and Mrs. Chase McLaughlin and Mark spent from Thursday to Sunday of last week at the home of Mrs, McLaughlin's mother, Mrs, M. A, Hysler, at Springfield, 01, Drs. ivan and Nette Scbultz left Tuesday on a three weeks' vacation and expect to be back in their offices November 15. Hospital notes LU VERNE-Mrs. Roy A, Biesemeyer entered the. Lutheran hospital in Fort Dodge Monday. She underwent surgery Wednesday. She is satisfactory. Her room number is 907 lor *§ ffl^ffSB' Wf "flWff fl^*.' Named 31 students to Lu Verne honor roll Howard H. Smith, principal of the Lu Verne High School, announced today that 31 students of the school have been named on the schools first semester "A" and "B" honor rolls, the lists include four seniors, one Junior, two sophomores, and two freshmen on the "A" honor roll, and eight seniors, six Juniors, one sophomore, and seven freshmen on the "B" honor roll. The seniors named to the "A" honor roll, which requires an A mark in four or more subjects, were Rita Patterson (5), Tom Steil (5), Daryl Trauger and Paul Trauger. Coleen Johns was the only Junior on the list while Don Brlstow and Connie Hefty represented the sophomore class and Marty Bowman and David Rlstau represented the freshmen. The highest four marks are consld- i er«d for statente taking five sub- ijeots/if nee&U. ni ..• >> The seniors named to the "B" honor roll, which requires a B mark In four or more subjects, were Dennis Awe (5), Rex Brls- tow,' Delores Eggleston(5), Richard Hersbergen, Luane Leek, Bart Selby, Gerald Sill, and Zelda Witzel. Juniors were Jean Casey, Mary Cronk. Rebecca Daley, Gary Ernst, Bob Fett.and Henry Schankenberg. MaryHan- selman was the only sophomore on the "B" list. The freshman class was represented by Anna Marie Bahmann (5), Larry Casey (5), Larry Curry (5), Rae- Jean Hewitt (5), Teresa Pedersen (5), Kathy T Linda four marks are considered tot students taking five subjects, If needed. The senior class placed the most students on the nonor roll with a total of 12, four on the "A" list and eight on the "B". The freshman class had the second highest total with nine, two on the "A" list and seven on the "B", with the junior class close behind with seven, one on the "A" honor roll and six on the "B". The sophomore class placed three students on the two lists, two on the "A" and one on the "B". Association to hold annual moot ), Kathy Trauger (5), and Wilheim (5). The highest The annual meeting oftbe Humboldt County Historical Association will be held at the Humboldt Trust and Savings Bank, Humboldt, Monday evening, November 7, 1966, for the election of officers, committee reports, and other business. Annual dues of $2 each will be accepted at this time. Other memberships include sustaining at $25, contributing at $50, annually and life memberships at $100. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Knight will show pictures of the Scandinavian countries during the program. "We wanted you to be the first to know" Happy news travels fastest by Long Distance, and nothing can match the warmth of a telephone visit. Inexpensive, too, thanks to new rate reductions. Lowest rates in history are now in effect every night after 8 and all day Sunday. Enjoy a relaxed chat with loved ones far away ... it's the next best thing to being there - Northwestern 6011 Communion breakfast October 30 National CYO Week will be observed October 31 through November 6. A CYO communion breakfast will be held following the 8 a.m. mass Sunday, October 30.. Desmond Crotty, a former FBI agent will be the guest speaker. Tuesday, November 1, CYO members will be ushers, commentator, and altar boys for the 6:15 evening mass. A parish breakfast will be held after both the 8 and 10 a.m. masses November 6. Pancakes and sauage will be served by the senior girls of CYO. CYO held a "Marshmallow-ago-go" Wednesday, October 19, at the farm home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lane Jr. A bonfire provided for the roasting of hot dogs. Thomas Leuken read "Tell Tale Heart" by Edgar Alan Poe, following the sing along. Mrs. Russell B. Johnson and Mrs. Clifford Hankins helped with the food. Other sponsors included Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lane, Richard Dillion, Dr. John Ravni- kar, and Thomas Leuken. VFW Auxiliary meeting held Wed., October 19 The V.F.W. Auxiliary held its regular monthly meeting Wednesday night. October 19, at the V.F.W. Building with nine members present. Mrs. Alfred Boelkes of Tltonka was a guest. She is the Tenth District pres- ident'and was present to visit and inspect the Auxiliary. Donations were made to the Health and Happiness Fund which maintains the V.F.W. Children's Home at Eaton Rapids, Mich., and to the Cancer Fund. A donation was sent to the Business and Professional Women's Club to help pay the rent for the Loan Closet. President Lois Saathoff reported that the generosity of the people of the community had helped make Poppy Day a success that will aid several worthy causes. After the business meeting was adjourned, lunch was served by Marge Waters, Ellen Bauer and Jan Smith. The next meeting will be the social meeting November 2 at the home of Mrs. Joe Fouarge. The Humboldt Independent, October 29, 19M Pago 13' Saul Studio Photo PatridaVooght and William Bird repeated wedding vows Miss Patricia Vought, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Keith Vought of Humboldt. was united in marriage with William C. Bird, son of Mr. and Mrs. William J. Bird of Lu Verne. Wednesday, October 8, 1966. The Rev. Roy A. Biesemeyer officiated at the double ring ceremony held at 2 p.m. in the Lu- Verne Methodist Church in front of an altar decorated with yellow mums. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a floor length gown of white satin with a rounded neckline and long pointed sleeves. White beads formed a design throughout the dress. Her veil of white illusion fell from a pearl crown. She carried a bouquet of red roses and green Ivy. Her Jewelry was a pearl neck- lace, a gift of the groom. Miss Denlse Baker of Badger was the maid of honor. She was attired In a floor length dress of yellow chiffon that featured an empire brocade bodice. She carried pink and white carnations. Patrick Cord of Des Molnes was the best man. Ushers were Leonard Johns and Paul Hanselman, both of Lu Verne, who also acted as candlelighters. Special music was provided by Mrs. Norma Fischer, who sang, "I Love You Truly," and, "The Lord's Prayer." She was accompanied by Mrs. Joe Thorn. Mrs. Vought chose a black outfit with gold accessories for her daughter's wedding. The groom's mother wore a gold suit with brown accessories. Their cor- sages consisted of pink carnations, A reception was held in the church fellowship hall after the ceremony with Miss Susan Bird in charge of the guest book. The table was covered with yellow net and held a three tlerred wedding cake which was cut and served by Mrs. Earl Johns, Miss Patty Baker served the punch and coffee was poured by Mrs. Harold Burge of Bode, aunt of the bride, waitresses were Miss Connie Day and Miss Janice Awe. For her traveling outfit, the bride chose a white empire dress with long sleeves of cotton fish net over a sheer lining. The groom is stationed with the U. S. Navy. Out of town guests Were from Council Bluffs, Humboldt. Bode, Mason City, Badger, Dakota City, Des Molnes, Osage, Charles City and Cedar Falls, Iowa. Women's club guest speaker f rem India Miss Arvlnda Chandra of Baroda. India, was the guest speaker at the Business and Professional Women's club meeting held at Johnny's Steak HarborWed- nesday evening, October 19. Miss Chandra Is a home economics student at the State University of Iowa at Ames. Dressed In her native costume, she told of her country's economic, political, and social problems. Mildred Henry, chairman of the World Affairs Committee, introduced Mrs. R. W. Buckner, who presented Miss Chandra to the group. Miss Chandra has been a houseguest of the Buckner family on several other visits to Humboldt. There were 45 women present. Guest Night to bo hold November 8 ST. JOE-Court St. Joseph, Catholic Daughters officers are invited to attend a Guest Night November 8 at Court Fidelia at Wesley. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Nepple and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Clark and Margaret of Iowa City, spent the week end with Mrs. Nepple's parents, Mr. and Mrs. OrviUe Wagner and Barbara. INFLATION HURTS! LBJ SUPERMARKET Price Increases Displayed Here BvJ SUPER MARKET Don't Blame The Farmer 619? OF THE RETAIL PRICE OF THE FOOD IN THE HOUSEWIFE'S SHOPPING BASKET IS ADDED AFTER THE PRODUCTS LEAVE THE FARM. Don't Blame The Grocer GROCERY CHAINS CLEAR ONLY AN AVERAGE OF 1.3 CENTS OF PROFIT AFTER TAXES FROM EACH $1.00 OF FOOD SALES. Blame the Wasteful Extravagant Government Spending off This Administration SUPERMARKET DISPLAY BY HUMBOLDT REPUBLICAN WOMEN OFFICIAL GOVERNMENT FIGURES USEP HUMBOLDT COUNTY REPUBLICAN CENTRAL COMMITTEE, LESTBK C. MEALIFF, CHMN.