Floyd Valley News (Newspaper) - December 27, 1962, Lemars, Iowa 101. NO. 104 NEWS Eminent NOW begins the race to beat How It Wuz LE DECEMBER 27, 1962 WHITE CHRISTMAS IS NO HERE postal to get YEAR - STORM notes and p correspondence mailed before Jan. 7, ten first class rates jump m four to five it's also going to cost In to write a letter to your and state as a lot of folks likely to be doing in t h e tit few The legislates are going to be both the Iowa and the assemblies are going to ive one thing in both going to be more money than ever TOWN OF SIOUX CENTER DEFENDANT IN SUIT FOR FLOODING DAIRY OPERATOR'S LAND CENTER - The town of Sioux Center has been made defendant in a 000 damage suit filed by a Sioux Dick the in an action filed in Residents and holiday i district that the city's tors who dream of White im 1,0,1 a got their rust and m DUMPS THREE INCHES Temperature Falls To Season's Low Of Wednesday this water has a mud Snow began falling late which his dav By j flakes filled the i the w a 1 e r ls Yuletide lights in churches upon hls 11 and homes were a beautiful land and requested a court sight in the Christmas the town to setting I w cause an injunction ' But was issued in offset by treacherous although no serious accidents or injuries were In sort of state increase is in the In there's talk of taxes to increase which is a pleasant trick i can be pulled but there's certain to be lots before the are ended - and Uncle i's postoffice will be the Iher for the communications representatives the porks will Sioux Center from discharging water on his It the Hospital No admissions S a cm d ' Leo Le Mrs. Pier Christ Mrs. Mrs. Kneip and Mrs. Lawrence Oetken Le Mrs. Mrs. Larry Haack and Mrs. Renken and Mrs. Robert h Mrs. John Le s. Mrs. Magnuson William Mrs. Milo Griebel and Le COUNCIL NC ON KC RADIO 0GRAM SATURDAY in a series of programs of Catholic news 1 bv of Trinity of Columbus with the deration of radio station will be heard at 10:30 Ecumenical ended its first session 8 in will be the toot Rev. David and Cecil Kennedy will on this LOCAL MARKETS ed in this immediate area Deputy Sheriff Jim reported investigating several mishaps in which cars skidded off highways in the There also were some in One car went out of control on Central Ave. and slipped into a deep storm sewer at the funeral home Police said none of the accidents in town was serious enough to be n i one of the letter winners Christmas Day dawned clear | HONORED FOR FOOTBALL AT U. OF SOUTH DAKOTA Jim son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Schelin of Le was recently honored with a frosh numeral for his efforts on the freshman football team at University of South He was one of 30 freshmen to receive the along with 19 varsity players who received Ken was Sc PER COPY Name David Mick Area Extension Agronomist David 26, from named area serving the Extension Service in six northwest Iowa Announcement was made this week by Dr. Marvin A. associate ATTEMPTED BREAK-IN AT KINGSLEY SERVICE STATION FOILED BY TYPE OF NIGHT LOCK ENTIRE LEFT SIDE of this late model was sheared open when the vehicle a bridge 3 miles south of Merrill early Christmas Conrad H. was alone in the Me suffered facial cuts and was treated at Sacred Heart hospital Car Scrapes Minneapolis Man Hart and with a 3-inch mantle of white over the The day's only warmth was created by sunshine streaming through windows and family gatherings around Christmas trees and festive The mercury hovered around the zero mark most of the holiday and then started downward by It was 10 below zero before crunched underfoot in the cold quietness of Christmas Low temperature reading Wednesday morning was in a minus 18 - low for the Residents climbed out of warm beds to return to store or office in the frosty Clouds and occasional light snow are to move in while the mercury moderates under the influence of a southerly flow of Winds are to turn to the northwest again by turning colder by County 4-H Honors Adult Leadership j STORK WINS RACE I WITHIN A BLOCK OF ORANGE CITY HOSPITAL I ORANGE CITY - Mr. and Mrs. Harold Langenhorst of Hospers almost made it to the A Minneapolis man in his trol on highway i 0rangf ChJ Municipal hospital 20's escaped with facial cuts 175 and scraped a bridge three bul lhe stork was a when his car went out of con- miles south of Merrill about 1 a m. Christmas Conrad H. 5221 Ci child The rest of the more was brought to trip was although Mars by a P a t r o ' I t 1 .it caused quite a commotion man took him to little too fast for Within a block of the hospital the seventh Beans Com No. % 2.27 k Produce LIGHT ACTIVE TRADING Livestock trading opened the week on an active note at the Sioux City Monday receipts were sharply curtailed in preparation for the Tues day Christmas holiday with a run of 6,500 7 800 and 1.400 sheep reported in Sioux and heifers sold strong to 25c with hitting a Butcher hogs ranged from to 25c higher with most lightweights showing the as ton butchers sold at And a fully Iamb trade saw a peak Area livestock sales at Sioux City this week John 53 41 wt. 1,199, 23 wt. 1,015, 19 wt. 1,216, 26 10 4-H leaders and committee men visit during a county 4-H recognition dinner Dec. 19 at the From are Richard Lester Gene and Frank j Sacred Heart ' Several stitches were ed to close cuts on his I and right I- Nelson contacted parents arrived to get him about 7 o'clock was able to leave the hospital during the but returned there for Christmas Investigating the accident were Highway Patrolman Richard and Deputy Sheriff Jim Nelson's late model was northbound on the road during the Christmas Eve snowfall when the accident The ear veered to the side swiped the bridge and swung around diagonally in the right 1 a n to block the at the According to one a receiving nurse reported excitedly that there was a baby in a replied her it the first and that put the whole hospital - Mother and who has-been named ' have returned heme and in the words of Mrs. Allen weighed Dec. 9, at 4 13 QUARTET of the Union 4-H club provided entertainment at the Quartet from are Bob Terry and Scott Le and Barry Mr. and Mrs. Walter A. Good of Dearborn are holiday Quests in the heme of Mrs. Good's Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Forty-three 4-H assistant county 4-H committee men and their wives attended an appreciation dinner held in their honor Dec. 19 at the Club cafe Financial sponsors of the event were local clubs of the various leaders and committee in the program were Bob county boy's 4-H Paul county Arlie A. county extension and Roland county extension A male composed of 4-H members from the Union 4-H Scott Terry Barry Thompson and Bob sang several Colored slides of the year's activities were shown in which the role and contribution of 4-H leaders were The program concluded with the showing of a colored and It's Natural FUNERAL SERVICES FOR C. C. HAUFF HELD THURSDAY Casket bearers for the C. Hauff funeral last C. funeral last Thursday were six nephews of the They were Richard and William Pew of Le Donald James Donald and Others from a distance who attended were five friends from Logan Edward Charles Charles Floyd Seeley and Kenneth The Merrill business houses all closed the Many Masons and the Merrill volunteer fire of which he was a member for attended in a Mrs. Oscar Crouch of Sioux and all her sisters but Mrs. Frances Lemon of California were also present for the of the cold weather the Masonic rituals were not held at the Mrs. W. I. Smaltz is spending the week with her son and his Mr. and John RESEARCH SUMMER PROGRAM AT IOWA STATE - Iowa Slate university will offer a 10-week h i g h school teacher program from June through a grant the National Science for the must be postmarked by Feb. 15 1DW to be certain of Applicants must be teachers in r junior have at least a baccalaureate degree with a background in the sub i ject matter of desired research | area and previous subject mat ter graduate have com two wars of teaming have shown interest in making teaching their life career and have a strong interest and Research areas will be in engineering and of TOO plus per dependent ef reimbursement for one round-trip to Ames at nop milf of will be Each individual will pav bis own room and board and incidentals the pro-am The university will charge no or other Applicants should a d d r ess to C. C. Botany Iowa State Miss Sandy Remmers of was a weekend in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Russell KINGSLEY An apparent break-in attempt was made at the Standard Service station in Kingsley early Tuesday Dec. 18. Glass in a front door was shattered and a hole broken in it near the Any attempt to n through the hole to unlock the door was foiled because the type of night lock usi d. Failing 'n get the door open in this the burglars tried to g ' hi by gouging and breaking the door frame to which the are Herb manager of the said the break-in attempt was between 4 arid 5 as the door was known to be intact at 4. The was discovered by Duane delivery man who goes 1;> work before 5 a.m. Mr. had gone to the station to get his milk truck which is in the station each He immediately MAIL SURPRISE CHRISTMAS PRESENTS SIOUX CENTER - Every or electricity received a surprise from the City Sioux I It was a cash refund equivalent to one month's electric on an average of the pasi 12 Refund cheeks totaling were mailed last LE MARS CHAPTER JUNIOR LUTHERANS CAROL TO A group of girls of the Chapter of FHA w e r e caroling in Merrill Wednesday also presented a bag of fruit to the and elderly people for whom they sang The same evening n group of Junior Lutherans also sang carols for the older citizens and the which were greatly enjoyed by the originally t Cooperative Extension Service has been of Iowa State Mick will assume the position Jan. 1, succeeding Elmer J. Le who is retiring after serving as area conservationist for the Floyd river watershed since 1954. Mick will maintain his office in Orange City with the Sioux county Extension Service As area will work with extension J in and Sioux He will assist Plymouth in programs dealing soil and land use in His responsibilities also include work with local leaders cF the organized watersheds in the A. holder of B.S. and MS. degrees from Iowa State Mick has work toward the Ph.D. at North Carolina was a high school teacher in North Carolina before to Iowa to join the Cooperative Extension Mick and his will live in Orange Rings & Vows ANNOUNCE JUNE WEDDING PLANS OF CAROLYN EYRES S. of announces the engagement of her Carolyn and Gerald son of Mr. and Neb. Eyres is the daughter ot the late Donald Eyres of The is a graduate of South Dakota college and has done graduate work in borne at Oregon State Adcock is a Graduate of the University of Nebraska college of The couple is planning a June Fines Larrv M. last Saturday in mayor's fourt was found of public He was sentenced to 30 davs in the county The charge was filed Friday bv Deputy Sheriff James In a city John Le was fined for left which was filed after a look Who's Here Two born Christmas Day at Sacred Heart Born to Mr. and Mrs. William a Dec. 25. ' to Mr. and Mrs. Richard Le a Dec. 25. LARRY VOAS GRADUATES FROM AIR FORCE OTS Mrs. Allan C. Connie Lou left last Friday for Stead air force base near where they are visiting Lt. and Mrs. Larry Lt. Voas graduated the Air Force Officers Training school at San in November and received his He has been fuel supply officer at Stead air force base where he and his wife will make their Look Who's Hero Special Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Palmisano of Fort Puerto are the parents of a daughter born Nov. 29, whom they bave named Mr. and Mrs. George Caster are the maternal Calendar 27 - JoAnn Thompson's pictures of 8:30 p.m. Calvary EUB church Dec. 27 - LHS class of 1952 6:30 p.m. Elks Dec. 31 - Elks New Year's Eve party and 10 p.m. Elks Dec. 31 - New Year's Eve dance sponsored by Co.