The Humboldt Republican from Humboldt, Iowa on October 29, 1966 · Page 15
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The Humboldt Republican from Humboldt, Iowa · Page 15

Humboldt, Iowa
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Saturday, October 29, 1966
Page 15
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16 The Hombeldt Independent, October 29, 1966 &£&,.* .f$S«*fc Crowned queen Pick Kuhlman, captain of fnt eon/ hading Wild, eat football ttam, it thown, right, at ho crownod Miss Linda Placo, center, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Burl P/oc. of rural Humboldt, at 1966 Homocomlng Qu..n of Humboldt Community High School during tho coronation ceremony of tho tchool gym Thursday tvtning, Octobor 27. Bill Oodgon, lift, mattor of c.r.moni.j for ffit .v.n- Ing* activities, It shown with tho 't bouquot provided by tho HH5 Studont Council. Othor aetivitlot included a pop tklt, bonfiro, and introduction of tho Wildcat football squad.- Indopondont Photo. Mkhael Me Peak completed army infantry training Army Private Michael L. McPeak, IB, son of Mr. and Mrs. Milford M. McPeak of Renwick, completed nine weeks of advanced infantry training Friday, October 21, at Fort Gordon, Ga, His last week of training was spent in guerrilla warfare exercises. During his guerrilla training, he lived under simulated Vietnam conditions for five days, fighting off night attacks and conducting raids on "enemy" villages. He was taught methods of removing booby traps, setting ambushes, and avoiding enemy ambushes. Other specialized training included small unit tactics, map reading, land mine warfare, communications, and firing the M-14 rifle, M-60 machlnegun and 3.5 Inch rocket launcher. P.T.A. viewed sight saving film at Britt The Area 2 P.T.A. of the Iowa Braille and Sight Saving School of Vinton, Iowa, held a meeting at Brltt, Iowa, Friday evening, October 21. Mrs. John VanHorn of Humboldt, president, presided with Mrs. Eldon Collins of Humboldt secretary. After the meeting, Mr, Grupp, director of the Iowa Braille and Sight Saving School Band showed the new film of the school and. at the completion of the film, a question and answer period was held. Attending the P.T.A, meeting were James Grupp, I.B.S.S.S., Vinton, Iowa; Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Collins, Mr. and Mrs. John VanHorn and Shelley of Humboldt; Mrs. George Meyer of Bradgate; Mr. and Mrs. Merle Togue and Nancy of Fort Dodge; Mr. and Mrs. Robert McPhall and Patty, Mr. and Mrs. James Rassmussen, Rhonda and Caroline of Mason City; Mr. and Mrs. Chris Wallace of Kiester, Minn.; Mrs. Christopher Remme of Luverne, Minn.; Mrs. Rosella Rlck- lefs, Algona; Mr. and Mrs. Ber- nle Kenninger and Ed of Spencer; and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Kerch and Mike, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Feany, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence HartzellandGaryGjer- stad, Mrs. Francis Gas and Lane Hartzell, all of Britt. At the close of the evening, the lunch was served by the Rebecah Lodge of Britt. The I.O.O.F. Hall was donated for the evening. Former women's club members met at Rutland A group of friends and for- IIVT members of the Rutland Women's Club met at the home of Mrs. Irvln Opheim home at 6:30 p.m., Monday, October 17, for dinner. Those present were, Mrs. Donna Murphy of Florida; Mrs. Lucille Olson of Livermore; Mrs. Marie Hoffman of Gilmore City; and Mrs. Dolly Nielsen and Mrs. Mabel Gregory of Rutland. Assisting the hostess were Mrs. Florine Hood of Rutland; Mrs. Marjorle Davenport; and Mrs. Etta Goodell of Humboldt; and Mrs. Mildred Coltvet and Mrs. Gulnerva Watson of Rutland. The evening was spent reminiscing. District court cases assigned for October Assignment Day for the October term of district court in and for Humboldt County was held at the Humboldt County Courthouse in Dakota City Monday, October 17. Criminal cases assigned included State vs Willis George Robertson, set for trial at 10 a.m.. Monday, October 31; State vs. Alvin Leon Fowler; State vs. William James Conlon; State vs. Kenneth Wain Riley; State vs. John Rayrrlond Elwood; and State vs. Milford Leroy Thompson. These defendants, with the exception of Willis G. Robertson, appeared at 2 p.m., Tuesday, October 25, to enter a final plea or arrange a trial date for their respective cases. Equity and civil cases, non- jury, that were assigned included Coca Cola vs Aure, trial held 10 a.m., Monday, October 24; Montgomery Ward vs. Crawmer, trial held at 10 a.m., Monday, trial held at 10 a.m., Tuesday, October 25; First National Bank vs. Arends, trial held Wednesday, October 26; Amlie vs. Amlie, hearing set for 10 a.m.. Thursday, October 27; Fort Dodge Machine and Supply vs. Hauck; Ellsworth d.b.a. Bradgate Lumber vs. Davis; Wiuff vs. National Traveler's Life; A.I.C. Financial Corporation vs. Brown; Dunphy vs. Powers and Hanson: and Grebner vs. Humboldt Mutual Insurance. Zion Lutheran ladies' Aid to hold guest night The Ladles' Aid of the Zion Lutheran Church in Beaver Township will hold a Ladles' Guest Night at 7:30 p.m., November 2, for all the women of the parish and the women of the Mount Calvary Lutheran Church at Eagle Grove and the Bethel Lutheran Church at Fort Dodge. Lutheran missionary Delbert Rumme of Japan will speak and show slides of his missionary activities. Pastor and Mrs. Rumme have worked in the central area of Japan called Handa for the past five years. They are the parents of seven children. Both Pastor and Mrs. Rumme are natives of Fort Dodge, and recently visited her mother and father, Mr. and Mrs. Walter W. Wilson, and his mother. Mrs. Helmuth Rumme, all of Fort Dodge. The program will also include devotions, recreation and lunch. Hello World Mr. and Mrs.-Richard L. Coleman of Livermore are the parents of a baby boy weighing eight pounds, two ounces born Wednesday, October 26, at the Mercy Hospital in Fort Dodge. The baby was born on the birthday of his mother. Mrs. Coleman Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nick J. Klein of Livermore. There Is one other child in the family, Diane. Shower honored Vicki Nerera Monday, Oct. 17 LU VERNE-Mrs. Lydla Lund attended a pre-nuptial shower Monday evening in the Lake Lutheran Church, southwest of Renwick, honoring her granddaughter, Vickl Nerem. She was accompanied by her daughter, Mr. and Mrs. TJeren Nerem, of Corwlth. The bride- elect is the daughter of Marvin Nerem and the fate Jennie Lund Nerem. Miss Nerem will be married November 19 to Robert Uhr of Goldfield. They will live In Ames where they are attending the university. Mr., and Mrs. Hugh Shirk left Thursday for their winter home in Phoenix, Arizona. They haw a trailer home in a court there. Mr. and Mrs. Shirk have retired from the Lu Verne Pharmacy. They will visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Claire Jones, and her sister, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Chamberlain, at Royal, leaving Monday for Arizona. Mrs. Alma Madden took her house guests, Mr. and Mrs.Lor- en Yessler. of Amarlllo, Texas. Thursday to Ringsted to visit in the home of Mrs. Alta Madden. They are all cousins. The Gary Wittmeler family and his aunt, Mrs. Elmer Emery, of Fort Dodge were Saturday visitors In the parental L.C. Wlttmeier home. Becky and David Boyer, children of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Boyer, of Waukee, spent the week end visiting their grandmother, Mrs. Alma Madden, and uncle and aunt, Mr, and Mrs, James Mallory. Miss Carol Rlstau and her fiance, Pete Easterhouse, of Maryville, Mo., were week-end guests in the parental Harold Rlstau home. Carol is attending the Missouri Northwest College in Maryville. Mrs. Wilma Baskervillc visited former friends in Farmont, Minn,, Monday, George Sonneteer went to Le- Mars and brought his daughter, Connie, freshman at Westmar, home for the week end. Mr. ana Mrs. Charles Merkle and children took Connie back Sunday. Connie is a sister of Mrs. Merkle. Sunday dinner greats In the Ralph Davidson home were their children, Gordon Davidson and Luann of Burt; Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Eggleston and Delores, Lu Verne; and Mr. and Mrs. Vervon Davidson and Kathy,Adel. Mrs. Eunice Meyer who spent the past week, returned to her , home in Adel with the Vervon Davidsons. Mr. and Mrs. Earl John, Lenard, Coleen and Jo Ellen visited Saturday in Britt with his mother, Mr. and Mrs. Andie Wernet. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Henry and granddaughter, Paula Block, of Rockwell City visited Sunday with Mrs. Myrtle Eggleston, mother of Mrs. Henry. Eich interment at Templeton Funeral services for Herbert J. Eich of Humboldt were held Thursday morning at St. Mary's Catholic Church with Monsignor J. E. Tolan officiating. Further services were held Friday morning at the Sacred Heart Church at Templeton. Interment was in the parish cemetery at Templeton. Rosary services were held Wednesday at the Slevers Funeral Home. Rosary services were held Thursday night at the Ohde Funeral Home at Manning where the body was taken following the Humboldt rites. Mr. Eich was found dead at his home north of Humboldt Tuesday shortly after 12 noon by Merle Helder, owner of Jet Company where Mr. Eich was employed. Survivors Include his wife, Marie, of the home: three daughters, Norlne, of the home, Mrs. Terrence Lewis, Mason City, and Mrs. George Oehm, Omaha; seven grandchildren: three brothers, Bernard Eich, Smithland, Iowa; Harold Eich and Cyral Eich of Carroll; two sisters. Mrs. Joe Taphorn, Carroll, and Mrs. Adolph Kuker, Omaha. Mr. Eich was bora and attended school at Hosellq. Anna Hope in 'Say Darling' ensemble Miss Anne Hope, daughter of Mrs. Anna Hope of Humboldt, and a sophomore at Cornell College, Mount Vernon, Iowa, is a member of the cast of the rollicking musical, "Say Darling," that will cap the college's 35th Parents' Day Saturday, October 29. As the first major stage production of the year at Cornell. "Say Darling" will be presented at 8:15 p.m., October 27, 28. and 29. in the Armstrong Hall Little Theatre. The performances are open to the public with an admission cost of $1.25 for adults and $.75 for students. Although the Saturday night performance Is sold out, reserved seat tickets for Thursday and Friday night may be obtained at the Commons Information Desk or at the box office. Following a registration period from 10 a.m. to 12 noon on the college mall, and a buffet luncheon at the Commons from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.. the visitors will witness the football clash between Cornell's Rams and the gridders of St. Olaf. After the game, the parents will have the opportunity to meet those who instruct their sons and daughters at a Parent-Student-Faculty Reception at the Commons. Over 800 parents and family members will gather at the Field House for the Parents' Day Dinner, program and entertainment. The program for the dinner, to be presided over by the National Chairman of Cornell's Parents' Organization, Marshall G. Hardest y of Cedar Rapids, will Include a greeting from Cornell President Arland F. Christ-Janer; various introductions; and musical performances by Cornell students. Providing the dinner music will be organist Konnls Kiefer, a junior from Central City. Iowa. Under the direction of Cornell assistant professor of music. Nell A. Burstrom, the Cornell College Brass Sextet will perform. A presentation by the Cornell College Concert Choir under the direction of Alf Houkom, Cornell associate professor of music, will close the din- ner program, Following the dinner, the visitors will be Invited to visit Cornell's residence halls, including the new men's residence, Rorem Hall, which was dedicated October 7. Sue Elizabeth Reding baptized Sun., October 23 ST. JOE-Sue Elizabeth Reding, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Reding, was baptized by Rev. Leo C. Schumacher in St. Joseph's Church Sunday. Sponsors were Joyce Becker of Wesley, and Delmer Reding of Algona. Rev. Leo C. Schumacher Is attending Priests' retreat this week at the American Martyrs Retreat House in Cedar Falls. Mrs. Mary Kinsch of Cama- rialla, Calif., is a visitor with relatives and friends. Mrs. Kinsch is a sister of N. J. Weydert and Anton Weydert and Math Weydert of Algona. She spent the past month with a daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Relnwald, and Denice of Chicago, ni. The Reinwalds brought Mrs. Kinsch to St. Joe and spent the past week end with relatives. lone Weideman married to Charles Chambers Miss lone Weideman of Fort Dodge was married Saturday, October 8, to Charles Chambers of Humboldt. The wedding took place at Holy Rosary church in Fort Dodge with Father David McGoey officiating. A reception was held at the Warden Hotel Saturday afternoon. Mr. Chambers is a sales representative for Dodgen Industries, Incorporated, Humboldt, and the couple will make their home in Humboldt at the Logan Apartments. KNIGHT WHILE THEY LAST FREE PUMPKIN TO ANY CHILD ACCOMPANIED BY PARENT Come As A Neighbor Early-Week Specials EFFECTIVE THRU NOV. 2 QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED More People Everyday National! U. S. "CHOICE Short-Ribs of Beef LB 43C EXTRA LEAN BONELESS BEEF Share STEW MEAT National Exciting BON BING — BOOTH BREADED SHRIMPS 10 OZ PKG FRESH SLICED BEEF LIVER LB FRESH PORK HOCKS LB GOLDSMITH OLD FASHIONED SAUERKRAUT TOP TASTE ALL BEEF SlICED BOLOGNA QT.. 6-OZ. PKG. 85t 49C 39C 43* 39C U. S. "CHOICE" RIB SALAD TOMATOES TURNIPS OR PARSNIPS MC INTOSH Amis PACK OF SIX 1K2-LB. PKG. LB. BAG Boiling Beef IB TOP TASTE THICK SLICE Bacon BUTTERNUT-BUTTERCUP-ACORN-HUBBARD 39 Free! KING KORN STAMPS With Evtry P»rti«» «t....NATIONAL Squash Per Lb. 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