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Jewell Record News (Newspaper) - May 17, 1984, Jewell, Iowa Q I r o wen O rt Ti Hamilton Q H 4rea s Mosf Widely Read Newspaper Volume 203 Number May We ore proud to present South Hamilton G 5 Repair work begins on highway I 35 work on various sections of Interstate 35 from 20 to the Minnesota state line is scheduled to begin the week of May the Iowa Department of Transportation has Local people to appear in The Music Man The cast and technical crew of Meredith Willsons The Music the next production of Judge Storys Theatrical are busy rehearsing for the musical which will be a part of the 1984 vian Days A cast of 60 residents of Story Jewell and Ames will make up the population of River Iowa iik the Included In the cast are Mike and Eric Jo Carleen Nick Jeanne Robyn Aaron Roger Mike Ruth Jim Judy Jeff Kurt Denise Jewell Brett Teri Shirley Jerri Chris Kristi Teresa Karen Jeff Wanda Don Katie San dy Jennifer Chad Quinten Greg Ben Marian Rich Suzanne Bob Roger Lois Angle Tim Aaron Naomi Steve Kara Lucas Jan San Gene Tom Matt Sue and Tera Music and choreography will be the direction Pamela Dramatic direction is being done by Cathy Clayberg Herman son while Karen Helm Hermanson is overall production The production will be held in a partial concept at the High School gymnasium in Story Friday and Saturday June at and Sunday June 3 at Tickets are available for sale at banks in Story City Roland and are available at the The work involves patching sec tions of the guardrail rehabilitation and shoulder drain One lane of 135 will be closed during the so motorists should reduce their speeds when traveling through the construction The Special ty of Fergus is scheduled to complete the project in NOTICE Members of the American Legion Auxiliary will be on the streets of Ellsworth Friday mor May and May to ask everyone to wear a poppy in memory of our war Homes will be visited on Satur day this Your support will be Mayor Wayne Brinton Here Is the little Robot at the bank open house who has captured fans as the photo Jewell Mayor Wally Cook is shown buying the first Poppy from Erma Larson of the Legion proclaimed On May 18 and the red crepe paper poppy will be offered to the public by the American Legion This reminder of the sacrifice of countless thousands of Unit 550 in Funds collected on Poppy Day are used by the local Unit to aid needy veterans and their families in the community and in hospitals throughout the All proceeds are channeled directly into rehabilitation and welfare work for children and Volunteer Auxiliary members from Jewell will ask the public to pause for a pin on a and wear it with remember ing the civilian who took an oath to serve his country and gave his life so that American would survive Poppy Erma Larson Plan second quilting festival The second annual Festival of Quilting is set for June and 10 at the library of the Iowa Central Com munity College in Webster The event is sponsored by Jans Center and Chapter of Webster Any type of quilt can be Last years show featured both old and appliqued and baby and Exhibitors are that quilts exhibited at the 1983 show are not eligible for entry in the 1984 Quitters may also enter quilts in progress and quilts made by To enter your please fill out an entry blank at Jans Sewing 622 Second Webster No quilts will be accepted that have not been registered prior to June Demonstrations scheduled for the show include tufted strip hand applique and hand Exhibitors and visitors may chat and quilt on a quilt in A be held for a queen sized quilt made and hand quilted by the TTT The quilt is now on display at Jans Sewing Chairpersons for the quilting were Marlene Diane Messerly and Carol Niemann all of Webster Honor Quilter for 1984 is MaryBelle Ostlund of Webster a nationally recognized quitter specializing in hand applique Her quilts have been exhibited na and have won several major A special display of quilts will be available for More than 125 quilts were displayed at the 1983 show which drew approximately 500 The show starts Friday June 8 with viewing hours of 1 to 5 and continues Saturday June 9 from 10 to 5 The show ends Sunday June 10 with the hours of 1 to 4 Admission to the show is for each day and visitors will receive a free booklet containing descriptions of all articles tea and pie will be Hamilton county Democrats hear Harkin district convention message Customers at the Randall branch of the bank are shown enjoying the antique soda fountain or Ice cream store table and chairs of long A number of these were brought in as antique show pieces at both the Randall and the Story City DESS County attending the Fourth District heard Con gressman Tom Harkin Senate candidate call for a return to Iowas ethic of looking after your own back yard Massive deficits and mismanagement of existing farm programs are providing a double blow to Iowas farm based said The only way to get a handle on grow big deficits is to bridle runaway military spending by instituting an across the board budget told the with my I have supported a freeze and go approach to federal spending since Harkin pointed while Jepsen has failed to sup controls which would bring down interest rates and benefit Iowas farm based with Harkin from left to right are Ruth Loren Sue Nancy Doug Congressman Tom
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