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Floyd Valley News (Newspaper) - September 26, 1963, Lemars, Iowa VOL. 11/ NO. 77 lOne reason the took over the country from the models That wasn't the only and perhaps it the important car place of the But the fact Kat the horses just with modern and the way are doing ' we didn't have against the 1963 models become old hat this week the unveiling of the 1964's. If still as well in as tiie 1953's are doing in 1963 fnr coffee know passed the test of and to try As it stands the Coffee always the new car It gives him a good idea Ihe cars he might be driving in eight or 10 Speaking of a lot of rer the years have at lack of success of the is really rib ' reason this didn't go for electric and it could the makers had just equipped Ir ears with LE 26, 1963 GAME TO START AT 7:30 - IN STOUX CITY Time of the Le Mars Community high school and Sioux City East football game Friday night at Sioux City will be 15 minutes earlier than the time home According school principal Vance game time will be 7:30 p.m. at the Sioux City public Admission prices also are different than those charged in Le Mr. Stead Prices are for cents for and senior high school students with identification cards and 35 cents for elementary it's the I pass can t hear them? were too You behind a pedestrian realizing it until you beeped ' And when you poured the the lust a little faster - scarcely a to see rod set interested in electric develop electric motors and perhaps each which might the and Fords and Ramblers a race their fld instead of it just plug it into the light CO. BARRACKS 1507 AND AUXILIARY MEETING AT AKRON Meeting of Plymouth county 1507 of world Ireland Auxiliary will be held Oct. 2, at the hall at to an increased war 1 veterans will be at this meeting according I an announcement B. DUANE RATH CAR SLIDES IN DITCH NEAR CHEROKEE Mr. and Mrs. Duane Rath and daughter Dana of Rembrandt escaped injury Sunday in a accident near They were en route to Le Mars for a visit in the home of Mrs. parents Mr. and Mrs. E. C. to the highway the car skidded on wot pavement 2 miles west of on highway 3. The vehicle slid into a It was reported Mr. Rath in order to avoid a collision with a car that turned off the highway in front of Front end damage was done to Mr. Buick Mr. and Mrs. Ross drove to Cherokee to get their daughter and her Mr. Ross tooli them home to Rembrandt Sunday Never before in the history of the car business has there been so many models and as there are in the 1964 Showings which started in. last Friday and Saturday with Neisius of the new Dodge reach a peak in Le Mars this weekend and continue through next At showroom on highway 7.") south the new on platform SANK This truck load of junked motor blocks from the South Side Auto Salvage was being loaded on the rail at Tuesday in downtown Le when an 8-inch plank in the loading platform gave way un- CATTLE SHEEP STEADY der the right rear This gave Pitts and Bert Stellingwerf an uphill job in moving the heavy blocks into the Admitted Tuesday at Sacred Heart Mary Ann Le Ernest John Monday at Sharply lower meat prices led to a 25 cent to 50 cent MaDonna Le Dale Le Dr. M. F. Mrs. James Sand and Ben IS at Sacred Heart ' n to Mr. Mrs. Robert a Prn to Mr. and Mrs. to Mr. and LOCAL MARKETS 1 and Pullets Produce 2..................,1,18 Judy Winterfeld the Sioux City with steers peaking at and heifers at A run of 6,500 stockers and feeders moved at steady with good and choice yearling steers at to Butcher hogs were steady to topping at and spring slaughter lambs were ranging from to on Feeder lambs held with choice to Area livestock sales at Sioux City this week Tony 63 Vernon Le 21 wt. 1233, Henry 24 wt. 1,118, Elmer 34 Don 29 Don 33 Cyrus A. 33 24 wt. 1,216 Clarence Le 73 Cecil Le 20 wt. 1,108, OVER 900 ATTEND SMORGASBORD Hospita member auxiliary drive open by Lauretta Sacred Heart hospital Auxiliary information Annual membership drive for Sacred Heart hospital Auxiliary is under According to Mrs. June membership a is being Divisional chairmen have been appointed in Kingsley and Le Mars business district chairman and the Oyens chairman report they virtually have completed their Dues are per Members may be either active or Inactive members do not hold office or serve on Membership is open to women of all CLOUDS CLEAR AWAY - TEMPERATURES ZOOM INTO THE SOS Lines of family washing in back yards Wednesday morning when bright sunshine returned an of From a morning low of 49 climbed steadily until the mercury reached the 80 mark by early High reading Tuesday was 79 The sun dried up mud and puddles of water left from three days of intermittent drizzle and Fair and cooler is the forecast for with continued fair and mild the prediction for Youngsters will welcome the lovely because there won't be dasses new cars Chevy Corvair and Corvette models go on display along with Chevrolet Coffee and doughnuts will be served from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and the showroom will remain open until 9 p.m. both Thursday and The new Ford models will go on display Friday at Whelan located on highway 75 Although Ford features no radical changes this the car has improved features in all New Mercury models will go on at Whelans the following Oct. 4. Free arid doughnuts will be served during the Ford At Le Mars Pontiac dealer the new cars in all three lines will go on display next week Oct 3, according to Dick Le Mars Rambler will show the 1964 Rambler models Thursday next Oct. 3, Clyde Coppock new models will go on display at next Oct. 4. The features a new line this I year - the 88, slightly bigger than the but smaller than the 88's. There is also the usual 98 and Starfire in the BRIDGE BEING ORGANIZED FOR THE WINTER MONTHS ' and counties wWl All work for the hospital gather in Le Mars for the annual Auxiliary Page 3) j Tri-County About 900 persons dined Tuesday evening at the third annual Rev. Paul superintendent step closer to winning a four-year smorgasbord served at the First of Gehlen high announced merit scholarship to the college of Methodist were today that a Gehlen his Semifinalists must sub- Swedish meat ham and student has been named a semi- their qualifying test with all food home in the 1.963-64 Merit on a second Women's Society of Christian arship be endorsed by their of the church the He semifinalists are named and fulfill certain routine through their outstanding ments to become All on the National Merit scholars are selected from the Gold Star Mothers club will arship qualifying test. This test finalist | meet Sept. 26 at the educational development was To increase their opportunities Library Oak Mrs. Ann given in more than 16,500 schools last ' The student cited for her high achievement is Judy daughter of Mrs. Art Winterfeld 830 Third St. Judy is a member of the National Honor mixed chorus and pep and plays clarinet with the and pep hope but I have no definite plans Judy V ' She is among 13,000 seniors throughout the country who attained semifinalist The semifinalist group is composed of the highest scoring students in each state and in United States Each semifinalist now moves a Scholar Page 3) Weekend Specials Advertised today in the Daily Sentinel and Floyd Valley News for your weekend in Le Mars check all the ads carefully Price's advertised today are good and big family size Butternut can 99e Swift's Premium 29c[ Clorox Bleach 49c Wells Cottage Cheese U. S. Rib Steak 69c Thompson Seedless lbs. 35c i Campbell's Tomato 9e Sunbeam Cakes Swift's Premium Sliced Bacon 49"c Robin Hood lb. bag Grade A Whole 59jc_ NECKLACE OF FANGS - Mike 8-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. A. F. 4G0 2nd Ave. is a mighty happy and excited boy with a gift he's from an Rev. Patrick Le Mike proudly wears a necklace of boar fangs from I Father a navy Sithe gift at tag Mike holds the station in a tribe of Formosan aborigines kills a boar in it is their custom to take away the two long fangs as and make a necklace from fangs and some black seeds of a certain They wear this necklace as a of bravery and Father purchased the necklace in Kong last month while on his - bridge are being the winter months again this The marathons are a community project of St. George Episcopal church as a means of acquainting newcomers and bringing persons together to play bridge who otherwise might have the Games are played once a month in the home of a host couple or No invitation is necessary to join the Bridge players who participated last year are being New players are especially Persons not previously signed up may telephone Mrs. James 546-6728, or M. A. Cass 546-5325. A party will be held in the spring for all at which time champions are named and prizes are Rules and schedules to play bridge once a month from October through May will be sent out in the Deadline for is This season will mark the third year for the Thirty-eight couples and 16 women took part last Marie Tentinger of & Teens Shop and Ethel of the Koenig Ins. & Real Estate Sunday night from a week's vacation in New York City with a in Chicago to Sister Marie Terese and in Milwaukee where they were guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Calendar 26 Le Mars Community high No Sept. 26 Annual Ladies 12:30 p.m. Country Sept. 27 Sioux City East 27 - Riverside Sept. 28 - Plymouth county 9:30 a.m. Mars Sept. 28 - Fall Harvest of 8 p.m. Central 28 - Westmar Concordia r i
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