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Atllas of Pocahontas county Iowa (Newspaper) - December 4, 1969, Pocahontas, Iowa vi o I i w b o 3 i 9 County's Home 4, 1969 pages this 43 Quip of The of of their 2f> 26 11 Zi Zi 52 18 28 12 19 29 30 5:? 24 1 2 45 32 Farm Sale Mrs. Alon Steams will a completo out sale at the farm 5'i miles west of 9, at 1:00 p.m. Bob and Jay Arnold aro A listing in ihLs Auction Ail of the Marie household will sold at auction 12, at 1:00 p.m. at the one block of the Palmer State Bob Winegardon and L. F. arc An ad will appear in next week's auction to settle the estate of J. R. son will bo held on the proper located 1 block south of the main business In Dec. at 1:00 p.m. Bob Arnold are the An ad will appear in CHRISTMAS FRAME with Its contents of hay was destroyed Friday There was no livestock In the barn located on the Lester Hohensee farm two miles south and two miles wrest of Pocahontas firemen answered the summons at 11:) a.m. Nov. 28. Mrs. Peim as Woman Storr health and of Denlson been selected as an Mrs. Moore 1970 President Easter Seal E. of the Easter Society tor and Adults rf has announced appointment of Mrs. Glenn Moore as Pocahontas county for the year stated that who knows of a handicapped child or adult is in suggest to that person's that the Easter Seal Society has extern ive rehabilitation It also has a referral service for directing of Iowa to for 1969 and will appear in the annual Young of has been honored for outstanding In community In religious and political and hi the young in the 1969 of OUTSTANDING YOUNG WOMEN OF fifty wiU be each the state's Outstanding Woman of the Penn daughter of Mr. Mrs. CarS Storr of There arc three sons a handicapped person i might not be needed treatments and They He doesn't know what facilities and help arc He or his family cling to the old idea that a crippling conditio is He doesn't want to accept for reluctance In accepting the Easter Seal Society of Iowa believes every patient or liis family should be given the to contribute as much as possible to his the other those pay may receive the same services at little no m Homecoming Dec. 5 School Is holding homecoming ceremonies December 5. at 7:00 by crowning of the king and queen at approximately for king and arc Linda Bemic Vickie Jerry Dean Ron Lampe and Randy ITie homecoming attendants will be Sandy and Tom Eberie for the Diane Lampe and Jay Johnson for the Paula Quade and Dayne for tiie and Debbie O'Neal and David Shimon for the kindergarteners who will carry the A YOU BELIEVE the Sunday afternoon football garner Sunday at the and the LATE helped Jim and Brwin mm time while they waited In line at the Court Houm to plato for imt rhe on the hood of the Sunday piaster hte Hi WM and part of the Ricklefs Gets 7-1 Cor and Truck car and a truck by Erwin Ricklefs rf win bear the plates for 1370. went to the House in Pocahontas Sunday afternoon about 3:30 and held his in positivi 1970 registrations went sale early Dec. 1, in Treasurer has sought some of the first license for several He received 76-1 plates in 1%8 and was last of low numbered licenses for cars this year Erwin James A. James A. Walt Robert D. Lowell Lester Milton Milton Beulah M. truck licenses sold here Monday went to Eiwin 76:1;, 76-3; 76-4; H. 76^; Bury LeRcy 7S-7; mi Vv Shed and House Fires Here Volunteer Fire answered two calls A faulty range stove pipe leading into chimney was given as the cause of a fire at oJ Mrs. Selma in The kitchen wall and ceiling trash from an incinerator caused a fire which destroyed a wood frame machine on the Mrs. Roy Eichler farm of operated by Eari lost included a riding lawn mower and A nearby chicken house was but did not catch plant in assisted firemen by hauling a 1000 tank of Fire Firemen were summoned to put out a grass fire Tuesday afternoon miles north and a mile east of Dennis Jackson was burning trash in a field and it spread out of into the and Burnis which originated In a house had been partially torn spread to a burning it to the ground Tuesday The location was seven miles west and a mile north ol on a farm Knowr as the Peterson Hie bam had been Jacked up ir preparation for moving it to tlie Bob DeWall farm at Tlie alainn was turned in bj Alfred 1\ima, an area Safety Meetings To annual Pocahontas area Pilots Safety Meeting will be held at the House assembly room on the evenings of December 9 and 10 7:30 lOm program will be held Tuesday Dec. 9, will feature talks by Roland FAA maintenance on Weather and by Norman FAA air traffic will be to City Service m vice for aod a A. FAA Service Attracts eve service at the United Presbyterian Church wai very well attended with participating churches including the United Methodist of Have lock and Peter and Paul's and Sacred Heart and St Peter Ministers and priests pf the churches assisted in the offering made by those in attendance netted foi donation to the Christian Overseas City Employees 5% Pay City Council met Monday evening in Edward city clerk was directed to draw up an industrial utility rate for multiple industrial buildings for single The city heretofore has not had an industrial rate Pay raises of five per cent reflecting the rising cost erf liv were granted to full time city review held concerning of the city and the state regard to water and Problems the establishment ol a park were alsc discussed and names for ap were Jim has been sitting in on current meetings to familiarize himself with proceedings prior to taking office in Mid-American Helicopter representative was present and was to submit a contract for spraying for Dutch elm disease in the Students in Honor Pocahontas School band students have been selected to play in the North Central Iowa Honor Band on December 6, Seniors Chuck and John will be playing string bass and tenor junior Poduska will play and sophomore Turner will play students will rehearse all day Saturday in preparation for an evening are selected to the group by nomination from their local band instructor based on their record of instrumental Fifty-six schools will be We efficiency we arc is a person who will not teke a whirl at a revolving door until ho has succeeded in making up a But modem Pocahontas county homemakers need no efficiency expert to tell them hew to do their and clean up financially at tlie same been this for with the help of thrifty Their no longer needed articles from the attic or garage are advertised and sold profitably And it's so Just phone 315 and give the R-D ad taker your for will meet tonight at Dairy Sweet at 6:30. The usual entertainment will the Annual Election Pocahontas Fire Department held its meeting 2. Part of the ol was the election officers for the coming Tom asst anc Don captains and 232 Pints of Blood in Recent total of 232 pints of blood were collected in last week's Pocahontas Red blocd The Blood Mobile was in Laurens Nov. 24 and in Pocahontas Nov. 25 and 26. blood obtained 5^ pints of blood at Laurens anri 11 other persons were deferred because of Ir the two in Pocahontas ITS pints were given and 12 ons were yearly for County is 587 and this drive short of the shopping center of Northwest will a huge promotion of holiday gifts and this The and Saturday event is another in the series throughout the year by the trade of the of It highlights gift for area special events are advertised in this issue of the the promotional event is to shoppers on what and where gift is Of is the December 18 merchandise certificate in the arc 80 that it will be sary for arc available with at turnout next June if quota feir the year Is to be in the program citizens can receive free and are charged for the cf Iho if the is not there is a that the county could be taken cut oi the blood r. c. wUl be a meeting cf Pocahontas County for Retarded Children on S nt 7-.30 in ticket has a duplicate and the customer keeps one half of The drawing be held 18 at 4:00 p.m. and results will be posted in each participating business place on Friday and December 18 and 19. awards wiU be given as 1st 3rd, 4th, 5th and 6th, 550 Certificates will be redeemable at any place of 3 at 7:30 p.m. in the messages of the firms f school participating in this In on - PART In the ceremony for the of a 51-bed extended care facility north of Hospital were Tom Juckette ff the Witt and Juckette Construction Co. of Oes pictured left to Mayor Joseph Bob Harold Jim Jim James Rod Bernard and Gary The project is being undertaken by a group cf as In air aw to 1(V mt 7 EXTENDED CARE such tiw be at the north of on Ground was broken to begin the be equipped and with tiM latest It ttet IMi bi 197a land frm for and GrotT and
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