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Hawarden Independent (Newspaper) - September 20, 1979, Hawarden, Iowa Volume 100 Issue 38 THE INDEPENDENT 1979 Iowa o O to te w cf O Vfl o VI Road crew work questioned Efficiency of the secondary road crews is being questioned by the Sioux County Board of Rock Valley Supervisor Pete Timmer is becoming increasingly disgruntled at the efficiency level of the gravel hauling and Board Barn will open The news that the Hawarden Sale closed since last would open in was revealed this week by Sales of Hawarden owner Leonard Vander Vander Esch was the former owner and had sold the facility to another but since reassumed First Sale day will be October and buyers can expect a good run of according to Vander The Sales is also selling cattle at private treaty and has been dealing with buyers in this fashion for some Chairman Bernie Smith is unhappy at the progress being made by the countys bridge Timmer expressed his feeling that more gravel could be hauled to various county while Smith voices his displeasure over the work the county bridge crew has done in comparison to the work Kooiker Construction of Hull has done so far this on page 8 Society drive ends soon The opportunity to join the Big Sioux River Historical and have your name forever inscribed as a charter is drawing to a The current membership drive will end September ac cording to Mary drive co Any interested persons or business not yet contacted are urged to call Mary at 5521046 or Lois Dawson at r WE GOT EM NOW grinning Jake Fox consults with West Sioux Head Coach Robert Weaton last in the fourth quarter of the Falcon game against Central Lyon Friday The Falcons scored late to go ahead 136 and then held off the Lions to knock off the states 10th ranked and Linda Mapes and new The Mapes were caught by surprise in the early hours of September 4 when Nicolas decided that it was time to be born and proceeded to arrive before the Mapes could get to the Mick says never again after birth Runaway inflation has brought a new sense of to many but the project that Mick and Linda Mapes took on in the early hours of September 4 hardly ranks as one any home handy man would take out his tools and go to work It seems that Nicolas the newest addition to the Mapes chose that morning make his and when he he didnt waste any time She woke me about twenty minutes to Mick I didnt get very I just got up and called the hospital to tell them we were Mick says that he made his phone call and then returned to the living room to find Linda sitting in a She I cant make it to the and I youve got to make Mick went Convinced that Linda knew what she was talking Mick hurried back to the phone to tell them that the show was about to begin and that they hospital personnel should send the Doctor to the Mapes When I got back to the living the baby was grinned I didnt really do anything but hold the baby when it The need for home style delivery came as a real shock to because four previous children took a little The others all took at least two hours of she In the doctor was planning to start this one because he was four days He Mick was really Linda went He caught the baby and cleared his mouth and checked him He stayed pretty By that time Jim Daggett had according to Mick and After Jim checked the baby the situation got kind of she We all started to and when the ambulance crew they just stood in the doorway and started to laugh Nicolas Speedy Mapes and Linda spent several days in the and mother and son are home with Linda just waiting for the day when she can tell him all about his Although the experience went Mick doesnt want to do it Once in fourteen years is the father
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