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Adams County Free Press (Newspaper) - January 23, 1969, Corning, Iowa DKFT Of HISTORY i ftffCUl DCS WINES IV i tally thai will ta iture appro l C Mtn U xitr for the upalourth as tar VOLIXXXVI Russell and Take COtMNG ADAMS COUNTY IOWA THUtSDAY JANUAtY W X V t U A word Winners in Chomber 4th Annual Mcwtec Event Here TV fourth aamul Adams corn xrortrs Urvjti Monday si thr awning MethodiM crowd of at r Tnr tvirrrt it by tr j agriculture Xrtnmittev of thr Ad ledjKad tliAt iii ey mrans no 1 wiil be ciUblMii honoring fcin nrrs K tne oiVHesl UbiSU CanfttMV T wmt k in contour an runumir to plan land ruxJ it for I pirsl la Jcrrv jwith 70t5 bushelyield per Isccwvi Tivn tbwn and i ta thifii Uunncp ft i Election Ottken f Ptcmt Coming Yeor The cjf i of ovfjifTverre b f scfterfulrd Mnfylay 71 at in j W rftinr I chamber plans and hufjvjrist tir u A public J oT pobtk arxi jrtlaiions or the pany i inrKJin CoOp BoMment It for Assistance lantt D W nrxi ihlrd L ax a national th roixicruafrasrpSTl past year JT07 most ri bo resurrv ed in cash to members of Mr HumDescribed heieO saslwrrp3fon3ge on j ih run was S first step in tierpiaf is tn obtain ri tfiere are or and cjis bv chairmen James and li on tu Lihwln Buying i ex nm rwn i ifcamlxr losing moncv and n iff Walors i dwt K nwwtwo cewnonj the ctwnmuaity cftl NI o the j v I o te cr and that chamber o cwmnrrxv for or sis Hob Mead Field Vkj j man Ihe nnraia refx j for the year and also gave a Cooperatives Mr Calkins arxi Van For TVatre j William the Carniaf Saturday wilt be directed S R Cuteman and artor Set Fried rf ab con Caterrt to appear in JOOM wiB V OB a tav be haodliLd by bJoan Lent lest jsucvtwsful lie rvctfaixed the taints itf county corn growers since the contest started in MB Yiridi have increaMd steadily In witMtr had and Iwej and winnir4 Ihe first vrmr wu 111 M and in 1W 1 ww Another interesting stdeiifhi was by Cart Zimmerman in to dfunginf tcchniquKt In the fieW WJH by pick Told 3March 21st will be the same as in 5W un cats by Fire Deportment Here j VI siness meeting and Corning Hremeji calkxi ta ceJIerst fee iure the record s rUs lastannual jmn Monday y sstiiatioas 1 btaje in a cur owrahi by J tt wyii wortfi the price to in a rar Tbcfv purchase a rsrojcrf bwjft if the siry Vour record keet ng activities the opmion of Fcirm Creslwi OsceoJa and ihe Council Bluffs Red Oak Villbca Coming Cnestno Osceoia Albia Oltumvra Fairfield Ml service on the ivxird vier fw noelcctjon They repbcec by Criil and Chafa advbihte JL year aJier year morv TXJ ijse htf rtCjn ifce nur fjiniluir you will f the Ntbnuka Zrph IraiS UnUry fc a werr mwk by ncm were mime tty tornlns Crrttwi ae and rtihtr tovms in at to VerT rtlatT AiTrfcrulluml and ML Thk was by alt but TV need fur to ant HraM E VKgl i Agrkuiiural i flnd tTorvscnatioo Counlv K barley Orgcmixotiem Activities For 1969 lurr officials saki this week said ihe Nehrasj ka are the only trains the tcmns in dayf discontinuance j V would be a great hardship far peovw wfto ueycjid upon the lit for is Rotary Hospital local of u IS xm paynKHLv Scheduled Jon 23rd TV prwsupport paynwrrts are Officials said this there i unchanfed freea last year at i still u tin ta in tbe Farm forcwni ahdBancau farm rewrds prvfrahi j 3 cents per hundredwight fix Farm Burvau5 eievtrwiic hired The barky payment wfilihand Freddie the Computer can I omts per bushel These payIhelp jtec and keep gcyi A national wiU catculawJ farm targrt of 37 miwon acres of the The cowwrtsr csn jva wnrr tjss records gtxxl ihrough an pjy afi in sasi about a farin buMTiCfs can be viry m j post only this j can rfttt1 be very j The driva ilwipTu la ffiaximi future AnR Aiiniiiary of A sxifptsse EOT ktepint ae gress jneotssarv infotrrjlion For j plciatjf forttvs il U j tod the tax year i asfLttnaUco wsnRiifte jrel will it d iJ tax by S i to hb with was not m TV 1 A diversiom to cycserv attend the Mar stynue for inj Jaa il p from U soiith wct countv fff American Cancer SocKety are nt Ked 39 for it uoeday arrsk ptarmiQii MantXg Reri OaJLchair o the Cmmty Chapter the tar The purpose of the Miss Ostom Mid to an extemtve fundraiMi effort in Aart same as in The ajry s the PCMCVW rf i CM
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