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Floyd Valley News (Newspaper) - September 19, 1963, Lemars, Iowa BEST 50th Anniversary Floyd le september 19, 1963 1 m M ii A busy Le to He's and customers extra - smile and when they he explains Mars men i to wrapped up in their forgetting bo as they used For liis like to have and Say everyone that One of too much train a long he ' open Sunday at the Blue Bunny milk plant to be a whale ' of an fent For one the Wells preparing .to take care Pup to 10,000 guests during the hour beginning at 10 and running to six o'clock Mai's nearly twice crowd county fair pulls evening the biggest and the state highway strol has been alerted to assist ilh the traffic on the state leading to Le Mars le Mars is mighty proud of the iof this grown and it's nice to have folks om the four state area il Wells Blue Bunny serve Tie our town I some of will find time to drive around out a take a look at the simar and the of growth and The town's looks made a. good on casual I've heard and it on particularly their usual care to mowed and and say to strangers they DON BRODIE NEW BOARD HEAD At their first meeting since the nt school Le Mars School rd of Education Tuesday named Gordon as Dr. C. L. has as board palit Ethel Mauer was elected chairman of the TWO UNHURT IN COLLAPSE OF CHEROKEE COUNTY BRIDGE UNDER WEIGHT OF BIG BOOM TRUCK and - John Gotto Drop 25 Feet into Creek Bed Two Le Mars men in the cab of a Northwest Iowa Power Cooperative boom truck dropped 25 feet into a creek bed early Tuesday afternoon when a Cherokee county road bridge collapsed under the weight of the the and John Gotto escaped Damage to the 1962 International truck was a few dents and broken hydraulic The bridge was a steel and wood structure across Mill creek about four miles southwest of Larrabee in the Cherokee Mr. Koedam said the bridge collapse was air going out of the big The bridge and boom truck into the creek bed about 1:30 p.m. The which had been in place for many had a four-ton load Weight of the truck was 15 It was reported the load limit sign was folded in two like a book and turned sideways in a Examination revealed the sign was peppered with rifle leaving the numerals officials said today work is underway to get the out of the creek being used to slope a grade from the road down ditch was truck would be by late this Life's End Eggs Grades and Pullets - 2.38 JOHN RITES SET THURSDAY MORNING Funeral services for John 58, Remsen native and former major league baseball will be at 10:30 a.m. Thursday at St. Mary Catholic The Rt. Rev. F. T. will Burial will be in the parish may call at the Fisch funeral after ' Mr. took his life by hanging in his Grand Central hotel here some time late Sunday night or Monday My pretty one SET CHURCH FOR WESTMAR STUDENTS A number of Le Mars churches have planned receptions thundershowers are in for Westmar college be cooler with occasional CAR ACCESSORIES evening Events 8 reception at Calvary 7:30 service at Church of the 6:30; reception at First 6 o'clock family night supper and at pew'S reception at Grace 8 p. m. reception at First Police received a report 7:^30 evening prayer followed day that of car at St. George sories were stolen from Pew's reception by young adults Used Car lot on highway 75 at John and 7 to 10, from used cars parked on open house at St. John United the lot included hub radio Church of Christ I antennas and cigarette - WINGED VISITOR junior biology jbr feeds his hummingbird glass tube wrapped red The female bird was ered barbershop ' v and began feeding responded by flying down from the draperies when Bob came in the content to sit on his hand and Last Sunday Bob turned her and she flew away in company with two other Usually hummingbirds are seldom This rare photo of with folded wings was snapped by Johnnie Westmar public relations Beating of the bird's wings in flight sounded like a small electric Mr. Powell Bob is the son of the 314 Third Ave. MOBILE X-RAY UNIT PARKED AT CITY HALL Mobile chest X-ray unit was parked the street from city hall on Central Ave. all day Hours for free X rays will be 10 to 1p.m. and 2 to 5 p.m. Thursday a n d 9 a. m. to noon All over 18 are urged to visit the Two mobile X-ray units are in the county this sponsored by the Plymouth county Tuberculosis and Health At the Hospital Admitted Tuesday at Walter Bryan Louis Long Calif. Mrs. Marvin Mrs. Henry and Le Mrs. Ronald Paulsen and James WARMER - EXPECT RAIN Skudding clouds early were was left of yesterday's Skies cleared by noon temperatures climbed from a low of 05 to a warm and windy 86 degrees by 2 p.m. Top Tuesday was 81. Increasing cloudiness and a lien Sunday at new plant ans have been for opening .to celebrate the of another area open house the new f s Blue Bunny processing Wst south Mars is Sept plant features some of dairy processing be be called a of the The to date as possible applying ure the latest developments in automation which contribute to product a feature long stressed by Blue Official opening ceremonies will be held at 2 p.m. Invitations have been prominent area citizens to Hours for the grand opening open house at the new plant southwest of Mars on highway are from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Everyone interested is invited to attend and look over this most modern milk processing in prizes are to be given away as door The dairy began operation in Le Mars in 1913, URGE LOCAL DRIVERS TO BE COURTEOUS OPEN HOUSE Police today urged local motorists to extend special courtesy Sunday during the grand opening at Blue Bunny milk processing plant on highway 75 Some 10,000 persons are to resulting in heavy Joe Sutton especially TWO AKRON CHARGED IN ON BOND Jack Strong and Larry 22-year-old Akron youths who were arrested last week in the slugging and robbery of Lowell 41, of Omaha Tuesday were arraigned before Justice of the Peace Gordon Justice Tentinger bound the two defendants over to the district and fixed bond for each at which they furnished and were At the time of their the two were charged with robbery j with but the charge was changed to one of and iit the time oC DIVORCE GRANTED Judge A. R. Nelson last week OLD KOETZ HOME WON'T BE BURNED Plans to have the fire dispose of the old Koetz home at the corner of Plymouth St. and Fifth Ave. by burning it have it was reported that no coverage could be obtained to cover damage to The city recently purchased the property to make it possible for the state to cut liack the corner to increase provide a wider When work is the lol will lio With the fire now nuL of the council turned its to other ways of removing the It was awarded a decree of divorce reported that Ken Marienau had Twyla Van Sickle from OraT Van | inquired about the possibility of The decree awarded care salvaging some lumber from the and custody of the couple's child and the council directed to Van that he be offered the job of visitation and child sup j ing down with a port. I time limit of one mended the proper use of turn a main factor in venting Le Mars drivers are to use either Lincoln Sti or 12th St. SW as to the plant in order prevent congestion on highway 75. According to Lt. Sutton there be signs roads to plant and policemen will .be to on 12th St. There be numerous visitors from good safety record will be % J. ' - Weekend Food Specials Advertised today in the Daily Sentinel and Floyd Valley News for your weekend shopping in Le Mars check all the ads and Prices advertised today are good Friday and Swift's Premium Blade Cut Roasts Plymouth Maid Ice Cream Beet Sugar Folgers Coffee Swift's Brookfield BuHer Robin Hood Flour - Hi-C Orange No. 1 Fancy Jonathon Apples U. S. No. i Red Potatoes - U. S. Choice Round Steak Sliced Apricots - Skinless Swift's Premium Ham Strained Baby Food SHOP IN LE MARS FOR BETTER lb. 45c Va gal. 49c - 10 lbs. 2 lb. can - 39c 10' lb. bag 79c - 3 cans 69c Vi bu. - 10 lb. bag 39c - lb. 79c - - 2 lbs. 25c 4 cans 2 lb. 79c - lb. 39c - 6 cans 49c new Al Maser of the First National bank in Le Mars appeared Tuesday evening before the city council in connection with the bank's application for a permit to remodel its in connection with the proposed enlargement of the enlargement of the facilities in the adjacent area formerly occupied by Dress Mr. Maser explained that plans called for surfacing the old brick exterior with a white stucco and installation of an 11-foot to shelter the sidewalk on the east and north Indirect illumination under the modern will provide ho and Ihe black BOYD EN FIRM IS LOW BIDDER ON HOSPITAL'S LAUNDRY ADDITION Expect To by Oct. 1 Van Ommeren Construction of submitted the low bid on Sacred Heart hospital laundry project Tuesday Plans have been completed to build a 60-by-34-foot new extending north of the present The present after a storage room and wide corridor are taken Ije used for n Along with the ambulance drive will and a canopy put over the It is expected the contract will be signed soon and work begun by 1. Supersweet men Wilcox contest winners Robert W. sales manager at the Supersweet Feeds plant has been judged most outstanding sales Supersweet will bring to its Minneapolis home offices next month to receive a which will be displayed in the Lo Mars sales office for the next Also making the trip to Minnea polls will be Alan one of the salesmen whose performance during the fiscal year ended Sept. 1 helped McCabe earn of the traveling Wilcox has been awarded an walnut mantle clock for being the top Supersweet salesman in the During their two-day holiday in McCabe and Wilcox and their wives will be treated to a full schedule of tours and special They will be joined by 11 other from throughout the The contest winners will join Supersweet top management for an honor council meeting at which each of them will voice their ideas feeder training and feeder meeting policy of receiving advice from the and then acting upon it is said to be one of the reasons for its marketing who lives at 062 Greenwood began with Supersweet a salesman at Albert Lea Minn. lii March 1957, he moved to Estherville as sales manager for eastern He is a former professional After several marquee will contrast with white The present glossy black on the north will be removed he In the bank plans install a deposit window for the convenience of its This will open on the alley nt the west end the to the rear of Koenig office he Mr. Maser said it is planned begin work immediately on the exterior of the while weather is The work of modeling the interior will get underway later this he After a number of from the council the application was It won the approval of the city ning the previous A RELATIVELY ROUTINE MEETING FOR COUNCIL In addition to approving building permit for the First National bank other members of the city council Tuesday evening gave tentative to the building permit sought by the APCO Oil Co. for its new station on the site of the old Carolina Council members also took care of a number of routine Class B beer permit and bond was apr proved for Elmer doing business as Butch's beer were also okayed the 16. Permission was granted to hire a drag line for a. few hours work at the gravel pit located at the city to stock pile gravel for the city's as was done last The preliminary plat of Kramer's just south of 12th St. and cast from Central was accorded tentative A resolution was approved ordering the Iowa Public Service Co. to install four new street and relocate a The new lights are at the city park at the new rest area just east of town on No. 3, at the intersection of Greenwood Road and wood and in front of the new east of Gehlen grade The light now located there will be moved to Third St. to a new intersection near the WELCOME O. p. SKAGGS TO WEDNESDAY PAPER This week 0. P. Skaggs are loining other grocers by extending their specials to and are publishing their big ad in Wednesday's Daily SentineL Food ads today are good Friday and Shop them and SALES MANAGER Robert W. at and salesman Alan Wilcox of Le Mars have been top honors by the Supersweet Mr. McCabe is shown with a traveling as most outstanding sales Wilcox received a mantle clock Supersweet salesman in the Le Mars Both men and their Wives will make a holiday trip to Minneapolis as guests of the years of class D. professional ball in the Wisconsin he moved to Albert where he played for 10 years in Minnesota semi-professional lives at 526 Central Ave. NEi has been selling Supersweet feeds in Le Mars since November 1961. ' Sept. 19 - Mobile chest X-ray unit in Le 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. and 2 to 5 p.m. Sept. 19 - Safe driving 11 a.m. Gehlen Sept. 19 - Westmar city church reception Sept. 20 - 2 p.m. coronation and pep 3 p.m. 7:45 p.m. football game by Sept. 20 - Mobile chest X-ray unit in Le 9 a.m. to Sept. 20 Fort Dodge St. Edmund Sept. 21 - Westmar Northwestern at Sept. 22 - reception for 3-5 p.m. Sept. 21 - Canton Academy 22 - milk sing plant grand opening and 10 a.m. to 6
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