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Clearfield Chronicle (Newspaper) - May 21, 1987, Clearfield, Iowa MAY 1987 FP 28 USPS 200 D Joe passed away Wednesday at lo wa Methodist Medical Des Moines where he had been a patient The Clearfield Board of Education monthly meeting on May at PM Room the ones were e n oom the for several Community School SerT Kf Those present were Long Craig Ka PM r eldat his Funeral Home had charge of the See obituary on Church Alice passed ren Butler Keith Supt and Board Sec Candias Visitors present were Pat present the Sundae Knott and Karen Elliott made a motion to app rove the Seconded by Craig Seconded by Craig All were in Craig Baker made a motion to offer Miss Knott a contract as the Special Education teacher for the 198788 school Seconded by Karen Elli All were in Craig Baker made a motion to adv for a Primary Seconded by Lewis Lars All were in Jure 1987 at in the Room will be the next date for a regular Board Craig Baker made a motion to adjo by Mar alene All were in The Day Program here in Clearfield be hold A Breakfast will be served To all and at at the Hall re in A short Memorial Service will be held prior to serving at Flags at Cemetery will be mounted after Breal xxxxx xx xxx xx 11 i i i All away Thursday were m at Nursing made by Lewis Larson preceded in death by her Watts and Dick to approve the financial report as wri tten Seconded by Karen in madea motion Funeral Homes had to approve the May bills for payment charge of the Seconded by Karen All were She is survived by a went over the corres stepdaughter Peter ren and 15 great ey The of beng m made up between ft went Charles Clearfield with sed away May 6 1987 Pat Cowan went over his Greater Community Hospital m He explained the courses in had been in the Iowa he teaches and how the Quest odist Medical Center prior to ing to his home odist Medical Moines pro or to returning home where he was re from a heart He is survived his two Eugene and Lenox and Neul of and r program is being W J t se ror a used bus and station wag replace S enf WEE II INKS A special meeting was held of the Clearfield Community Board of tors on May atl in the Library present we re Kathy Craig Ba lene Gillisp Candias Nickle and Peter reviewed current contr act Details when finali zed will be available at the Longfellow made a motion to adjourn at by Lewis were in vhs summer teach Charles was a Business been owner of Garage for many i u IA on Aix have the opportunity to use u Services were held at AM Moof in the building at Holy Spint Catholic Church equipment will have to burial m be kepf explained the proble hat have come up with the Case tractor u He asked that the board look into purchasing a large tractor to take Walter fhe load the smaller Lewis away Saturday at Ringgold County Ho Larson made a motion to purchase a SuPer belly mower on it He spent most of his life in Ringgo Dean Lyddon for Sec Id survived by his bX Craig All were in Laveta the former Laveta Parker of and Bread same two Diagonal and a and companies will handle our needs for Kay of a tne 198788 school Milk will and wife of be from Harold Cross Dairy in Bedford Services were conducted at United and Bread be from Metz Baking out of The meeting on School in Creston was discussed made a moti on to accept the resignation of Miss Tina Ell as Special Education teacher to accept another teaching Seconded by Karen All were in Church in 18 with burial in the Diagonal Cemetery The Clearfield Students who atten ded the Diagonal and Lenox Schools will be this their pictures appear in this girls graduate from Lenox and three from Longfellow made a moti on to accept the resignation of Miss Sundee 1st grade teacher to Special Education We really appreciate all the help we are would like to thank and Bowman for the very nice donation they gave us Those generous gifts are helping us io continually improve and our service to the OF TRUE Ixc Notice NO TRASH PICK UP MONDAY MAY to observance of the Memorial TRASH PICKUP WILL BE HELD ON MAY NOW OPEN The Dairy Bar and Grill will open here in Clearfield Mav 21st formerly ihe Dairy will be operated by Mary Ann See her ad in this Poppy Day is sponsored each year by the Legion and the Ame rican Legion Auxiliary to remind Am of the sacri fice of life and health made by the men of our Armed Lets not forget what our Veterans have done for us and when asked to donate for a be generous and then honor those who gave their liv es so we can have cur precious Your are devoted ent irely to rehabilitation and child wel fare work for the Veteran and Poppy Posters maae by the 4th Grad ers are on display in the store wind The Junior and Senior American Le gion Auxiliary members will distribute the Poppies on MAY 23 in The Clearfield Banquet will be held Saturday May 23rd at PM in the Clearfield Commu School Tickets will be available at Clear field be picked up by May There will be Just Clowning Arou nd program presented COME AND JOIN THE FUN We tvill be Closed Many of the Clearfield Houses will close Monday in vance of Memorial which is re ally on May 30th fore you are ready to check our the the Bank and Post Of flee will be Chronicle will be printed one day late next we to the Monday
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