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   Monroe County News, The (Newspaper) - February 12, 1951, Albia, Iowa                               What's DES story of Al- coholics Anonymous is a terrific story has been times in many ways. 1 nte lunch at the AA club rooms the other day. Our group included two members, two non-members. We went digging into the various theories of alcoholism covered the Yale report, the Freudian angle, and the 20 magazine questions which allegedly enable one to make his own alcoholic analysis. of my new friends pointed out that the secret of AA's suc- cess, for him and for most men and women, is simplicity. It is Sermon on the Mount simplicity. It is "take it easy" simplicity. I asked for an easy-to-answer question a fellow could ask him- self about his own drinking, and he gave me this: "Does my drink- ing make someone When your drinking makes someone cry your wife, Th e Monroe County ews Volume LX VII Albia, Iowa, Monday, February 12, 1951 Number 7 mother or your a bright red danger signal, he continued. You have a prob- lem. Ask Volunteers For Red Cross 1951 Roll Call Planning Meeting Tuesday Evening For '51 Campaign. A plea for volunteers to assist n the 1951 Red Cross Roll Call was made today by Ray V. McCol- um, chairman for the fund drive. The first need, McCollum said. s for men and women willing to Contribute time and energy to the mportant money-raising project. Then, he continued, "we'll need he wholehearted cooperation of everyone in reaching our goal of McCollum asked that rural and town men and women willing to help in the campaign attend a planning session scheduled for p.m. Tuesday at the Albia public library. "We can't extend a personal in- vitation to everyone who realizes the importance of a successful Red Cross program in our total defense mobilization effort but we can assure everyone that his help will He didn't take credit for the easy but obviously effective "ues- tion he har) through AA. But coholics can get s  Monroe County News desk. I'm sure of that. And 1 shall be mote KratcfuJ for it in the >car ahead than I've oftentimes been in the While visiting their parents in Albia Sunday Mr. and Mrs. M. L. j Clark, who live on a farm in Dallas county, received word that the barn was on fire. The barn and a i quantity of hay were destroyed, j but fire departments from Grimes i and Dallas Center saved several j small buildings nearby. Livestock in the building was j I saved by a hired hand after Roy j Meadows, sr.. ow-ner of the farm i 1 had almost succeeded in putting out the blaze with a hand cxtin- guishcr before he tvas forced from barn by heat. Mrs. Edna Prothoro is the moth- i er of Mrs. Clark while his parents arc Mr. and Mrs. Homer Clark of near Albia. Albia Chariton Indianela Wiaterset Lincoln Enoxville Tecb. Valley Fella W. 7 I 7 6 4 6 3 2 _ 0 L 2 3 4 3 3 5 6 7 11 Pet .77i .727 .866 .571 .454 .333 .112 .000 Revenge Is Sweet 'Includes Friday Night Games' Cones Friday Night Knoxville 54. Valley 38 Chariton 43. Indianola -TZ Wintcrsct 40. PcHa 17. Conference Gomes Remaining Tuesday Albia at KnoxviSJc Friday at Indianola Valley at Lincoln Tech al Chariton Wintered nt Charge Brings Jail Term for Dave Reese Dave Reese, arraigned on a charge of disturbing the has begun serving the 29-day jail tcrrri inijwised by Mayor James Morrison. Irt other cases before Major j Morrison last week Ix-ster Allison was fined and costs on each of Alhia's Rlue Demons go into their final week of South Central Con- ferencc play needing victories in i their final two games to win the conference championship. Facing Knexville there Tues- i cad Mfcnolo there Friday night the Denans have excellent choice to cop the ettce crowft. Meanwhile the I Jit tie Demons year jUsl closed. two peace arc in a position to take their I would nnl can> 1 Inrfp intoxication. James Claire was conference title hy winning their ALBIA (51) Goals Mosley, f_________9 Coulter, f_________6 Gasper, c__________3 Rhoads, g_________0 Buckingham, g_____0 Miletich___________0 Rogers____________1 Totals _________22 BLOOMFIELD (-11) Goals Dabney, f_________9 Johnson, f_________0 Downrng. c________5 Lichty. g---------------i Dixon. g__________0 Couchman_________1 Free Throws Made Missed 2 1 1 1 1 0 0 27 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 Totals _ Officials: .16 Free Throws Made Missed 6 5 1 I 1 1 1 5 2 1 12 16 Fouls 4 2 5 0 1 22 Fouls 2 1 1 2 2 0 8 TP 20 13 7 1 1 0 2 51 TP 24 11! 3 Trip Bloomfield Friday 51 to 44 Albia Takes First Quarter Lead From Visiting Quintet. City today giving blood for trans- i fusions which probably will be nec- essary. Dhority was taken to Iowa City last Thutsday morning after he was found unconscious near his home, suffering from night long exposure in below zero weather. District Court Convenes Today Judge Harold Levis, of Chariton, was scheduled to convene the Feb- ruary term of district court here this afternoon. All assignments for the current term of court were to be made at that time. Tbe jury has been ordered to at 10 o'clock tomorrow morning. The giand jury for the current term includes: Noel Agan. Versal Carnei. Carl Cloyd, Leo Coady, L. B. Hoover. Ernfred Johnson, Art W. A. Sir.nott. Lucile Toppling one of the top teams Strieff. M. Sinclair, Sam Shep- ard. and Isabella Ward. Thv petit jury has not been no- tified el as to when they will re- por! Pat Orman. referee: Mel E. Walker, umpire. this community for yours and mine mean- while it is a reasonably accur- ate facsimile. fined a similar amount for dis- turbing the peaoe. two remaining games this season. Demons have a 34-3 record Two rases of illegal packing this season and n 7-2 record in con- were brought before Mayor Mor- fcrence play, while the freshrnan- rison and in both cases fines were I sophomore team has a 14-3 record jwith an S-l record in conference riajini; om- less same than two U-adinc contenders. Clianton and Indianola. Alhin muM those two games in or- ricT to win on percentage points ivmon supporters feel that th-ir should aWe to take lilts. Jn a pievious conference the IVmons W-t? 'The Little hold a win over th'-ir by a 63-M mar- gin i Chanton. jiiajing against Tech Friday should win on tlT-n horre floor and he assured of onri place in (-onfciencc. If f i- Knovville or Indianola should duiJip Albia this could th( Chargers into first place with Al- barking into second in ton- standings. However, setting aside any math- '-roalicai the definitely co into both gamf-s this as favorites, with the oddv in J.iior of taking the confer- ence championship. Not counting the scoring in the Frid.-n night, the I'-am pared Hv conference in of- f'-nsne with a mighly points qame. nearly six alidad'of Lincoln, the fifth in the conference. too. Ihe Demons !iav b'-Ti showjnc th" other Seams the   with a 37.S average, a little more than a point below the of th' Ch.inton fiv. I.eadmc of M-onnc has JliH Al- bia forward, who in 0 conference tamos has scored a total of 360 for a ITS Well of the rest o7 sne iield Mos- lej. if h" continues to collect in his last two eames. seems a cinch t" conference sconnc Rousch of Jndian- oia ran do to with him T.ojs STtiona] basketball tourna- wiJJ start Monday. Febru- ary 10 toumamen's will start March o. the sub-state tour- naments on March 32. and the state tournament will be held Ihe week following Easter, March 27- in southeastern Iowa. Coach Bud Bonwell's Demons Friday night took the Bloomfield basketball five into camp in a 51-44 game at i the Albia liigh school field house- The game was an excellent de- fensive contest on the part of the Demons as they were able to hold in check all of the Bloom- field team with the exception of Dabney. who managed to get loose for 24 points, more than half of those scored by the opposition. With most of their U-nm having the height advantage the op- posing Demons, the able to take an early lead and maintain it- for three minutes and four seconds. That was all After that the Demons lead all tiie w-a> at by as much as 1'2 points, at times by as little as two points. But thcr always in the al- ways in the runninc. At the end only a seven-point margin separated the teams and the visitors could have taken the game if they'd made a few of the If free throws which they towed in the general direction ot basket, but failed to make, Thar did make 12 to keep themselves in the running. Tho Bloomfield team scored first to tr.ke an earlj two-point lead. With just over three minutes cone they took a time-out to get their breath after the Demons had rush- them ali over the floor Thej came back to find their VI advantage melt away like a in Iowa in July. And it was Albia's Bill Mosiry who ap- plied heat as he sank three quick field goals to put the De- Remy Is Promoted, Serving in Japan E. E. Agans, chairman of the pasture improvement program, and. president el the Albia Chamber of Commerce, will be the chairman of the afternoon's program. Delbert Foster, Lee county exten- sion director, and son of Mr. and Mrs. James W. Foster, Albia, will bring his Lee county farmers, herv to take part in a discussion of the pasture improvement program, in" his county. This will be given at 1 o'clock. JA-il'- J Remy. son of >'r. and Mr-. Hem? of 313 Second i was promoted to cor- por.il ..1 the Far East Materiel Con in Japan, where his duly i wit1- i cal suppl} squadron th- -uta! mission of agriculturist rue-tor, ph maintenance- for the Far; A r Forces, in this theater. Reni} attended the A'r i Fon MiJ'j'l} school at Air Foi" Colorado, after com- j 1 nc training in Tevaj. am im- Japan last October. H'- i> n -tud'nt at Aibia Hicli ui'l Ontial Coil-ge. Pelio tin- military sen- j H" in football and in school and eanvi letters in basketball. two n f not hall. was named :n both sports. Schedule Dairy Breeding Talks During February County Artificial Breeders to Hold Township Meetings. A series of dairy breeding town- ship meetings will be held starting Wednesday by the Monroe Coun- ty Artificial Breeders' Ass'n. with the assistance of the USDA Coun- cil. Problems and remedies involved in the artificial breeding of, dairy cattle will be discussed. Included in the program for the meetings are colored of Monroe county heifers, artifici- ally bred, ow-ned by 4-H club mem- bers. Pictures of sires will also be show-n Information relative to tim- ing and will be discussed. Assis-tinc wit! the meetings will he Freeman Wt-sl. Monroe county technician: Wayne Clark, dairy man of DCS Moines: Howard Albia vocational James Nash Gas- T.suc. Monroe county GI instructors and Lloyd M. Reid, County extcnslOT director. with officers and diiectors of the local breeding as- MARRIAGE o Hi'Hifler and Roberta DurtJo.-. of ionic 3. Aibia, re- cen  H. 8 Franklin township. VosburR school; Eluff Crct-K. township hall; Man- tua township. Tracy Forsylhc home. 15, 8 p.m. Ur- hana township. Enon school: Troy towns-hip. F.iim Bureau hall; Union township. Sofranko's garage. Tuesday Feb 20. 8 roe township. Hilton hall; Pleas- ant township. Sly school. Additional meetings will be an- nounced soon as arrangements 
                            

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