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Adams County Free Press (Newspaper) - March 20, 1969, Corning, Iowa fe in wrrks Co until Your Weekly Newspaper i HACKS SKCTIONA hM i vol UtXX put lew NINC ADAMS COUNTY IOWA THURSDAY Contracts To AniMKMfS Year were ottered u alt in ihr Coming the board 4 education fhti wevfc Dan W Tumef Obsefves Bern Morcfti 17 1 hJM 1 VlElf II on A lined ith shelves of i Htrests in bhv chair cflmnWMs 1 Ihr Strait Ki cafeteria crowd was on hand J many 5 evetiU from o Cor 1 nine Academy w the rwtfcrwl udmlnistra i wt Marct 17 1BTJ one at chlVircn He was tdueated as Corning and from UKCorning Academy on Uy iuid an indicjuioncrf his wwneM and rf to he did not awe thlrrt for In the Cpr1 m ap hr off J j He was born in Corning IBS Mr was marrkd SrflSW to Alice arripk who dW in 1961 Turn To Page AS C of J fo34 contracts were offend OB fe tune salary frf a Kaic jalary pkM The increment each 4 a maximum J la 12 tttps fcattMrBA S3 uatc iiMat in 14 nepcl or the and III JaV in IS i for the pfew US salaries was approximately Additioroi ccvt u the district j lor pavroU uues on the afcwe in1 grease will be to 1 Soclil j tUS IPERS win I i Plan of the I b rtithl i Appears v be the rtvwt j j ThP imnuat rnembership drive i j if tin Corning chambrr of comj jinerce naH umxHiiKTci hrrp thb j 1 A trtnl 34 tn dale about Here Mar Mi aaaf 0flB aVgaaT Donor 115 Crvoto S3 PinH 1 The Ked Cnite blond bank wtH i a part and Corniitf r I Prexcott Corrung bxinein will gainer for a dinner Tuesday March a the Preston p I i HnttftJiirLinAit wiH be provided bv the High bafld jand rhe nrwtr loeroert Corning brWi chorur Remainder of The 3Kh annual meeting By April 1 the owa TimmrrJToylot Spiling tWflf rtwm secreiarylrwwrr si the JWh aretuai P 79H pirn ctoyed Adaxm Jl at the achoo tau Adak MM r board meBioerg gjjue foBMai nrkmSS FdWowinjr ar jMluefc sapper ref nd Monuornery 1 to a boost of about W per cent This Includes the ion of a new etemetttary art teacher far next year j jW total Whudgex would be Including the addttonl teacher at the I i i fDwtnct and WaJtew Crwk rrun are Uo meet at the chajmbtr o com 1 rffice fcr pacing ll th the I J Rene Anns Mrs Marian he to M report j wwnry the Adams i By v land Respiratory Piaeaw county PUn 7 put AdfimceuBiy rU Khbob with the citv J lo Carnief Jwwse lifec of iedsng out Shis r and ifcrmrv MMrnbiy room j Speaker will be L J Clt al i 41 oxnmi i wxiold br pUced The CH y of Creston and whip In Union along with haH tf county the south haM ej reefcitktn i from the WarJI rill ghe a lepon art the Vwg collected roore than31 mil Son t The senalprol dirtrict wooU be f raage planning committee The S unia in its two decades i m split in haS to create two repre distrkis is imrited wi0ber Dave Secw aeroBd j Tkw w4H U todate include clMrt MiNH iHrt kiaati dip Houw thw Sea Jim BrUw and Rep Crestoii NcnAdvertanr R J Yaii NoKtrand put H JdottX object would be pUced rMt We jaA 1 Uke btiH chopped all r VaaWi PIW BBVHVf I One vi the other plam thai been considered but which Menus j put Union Ring TayJor Page and Fretnont jwm The of Cornwg High i School wtU present a concert Fri1 Mday s Marcft m the Basic Cownfatwa Farm i ConiOMring acne Ter total of t Watershed Structures j counties a dutrict races Diversinrts total of JS Pasture arid Union Ringfoid Taylor and thrte niites Waterways S acres 1x4 acres Open Drainage Ditch the part of Page Poad iotal of U fret 4 aadrtcnam befianiag were Waym Crttt I ytceprtjaitBt Retiring ViM Turn To Page dMrict tn addition to the choral The first ans thfe vocs asu i grftnVv wiu Se Aato wUV their ewwfst j ia Ihnhtyi Se 1 FlIfciT 3K ApOl olTV First Natkna BaA Ckieagv wili be the main Wet MUfee Rafters Creek ttite i er at an meeting tonigfct ill at SSSa j IPKi MJXvJ i Tavlor oMtin hi the 1 Mr ate i the I i apinafeurai I faf j Mte k a native lowan where he up on a farm from Iowa Stay
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