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Guthrian, The (Newspaper) - April 16, 1957, Guthrie Center, Iowa Official County Paper Charles Remele Ccon Rapids, Held On Many Charges Car Theft, Forgery, Bad Checks, Reckless Driving, and AWQL Charles Remele, 19 Coon Rap ids, is being neld in the Guthn County jail facing possible reck less driving, Cur theft, bad checl and forging charges. The youth was arrested jn Carroll Sunday and returned to Gutliiic Center where uas booked on tlic reckless dm ing; cliarg-os. Appointed Guthrie County, Guthrie Center, Iowa In company with another man and two girls, Remele went off the road and into a ditch near Wichita Thursday night County Sheriff Bonnie F. Sheeder saia Remley was apparently going ai a high rate of speed when the car went into a spin on a gravel road. Remele admitted to Sheeder that he is AWOL from the Navy. However, naval authorities have refused to pick him up until the civilian charges are disposed of TB INDICATOR Patch Test R1AN Tuesday, April Number 82 Volume T -r Children Get TB Patch Test Kiaski Audubon Edges Guthrie, 3 2, Extra Innings Audubon edged Guthrie Cen- ter 3 2 m extra innings to take a Coon Valley Conference vic- tory Monday afternoon. With two out in the bottom of the eighth, Wheelers nicked Pitcher Bob McCool for a hit driving: rn the winning run. -McCool went all the way for the locals, giving up five safe ties. Last week's tilt with Scran- ton was called off because of bad weather. Thursday is scheduled with Bayard, and Coach Dick Nystuen hopes to have-.the new diamond at the athletic field in" shape by then so that the game can be played here. Postponed contests with Man- r- said. Scranton played f x r William Riaski Earned Secretary Of Ike Waltons Resigns as Veep After Selection to Executive Post of Iowa Division William A. Paaski of Guthrie Center has been named execu- tive secretary of the Iowa divis- on of Izaak Walton League of America. The announcement was made at Spirit Lake this week by J Justin Rogers, second vice-presi dent of the state organization. The appointment was made at a recent meeting: of the board of directors following- the resignation jof Paul B. Nor- ris of Indianola. The appoint- ment was effective Monday. Riaski has had extenshe ex- perience in conservation work and has been an active member of the Izaak Walton League for eleven years. He was a charter member of the Guthrie County chapter La- ter, he was elected to the board of directors of the state division was its second vice-president and later first vice-president, a pos- ition he resigned on assuming the duties of secretary. He plans to dispose "of his drv cleamng establishment and will devote full tame to Izaak Walton maintaining his offiVp in Guthrie Center. mce ln Covault and Diane Cradick Bagley, Yale, Jamaica Clinics Are Thursday 3Ionth-Long Testing At Ail County Schools; Over 3600 Students 3600 Guthrie County sch- ool pupils are slated to receive patch tests lor tuberculosis find- this month. The program is sponsored by TT i "OGpouiosis 3nd wealth Association and is H H. H. Heeran of the state department of health is super- vising the program and is aiis- tecl by two registered nurses, Tuberculin patches are app- 'd to students and school personnel, aUowed to remain for tvvo days, then removed TeSUlts are Mrs, Peterson Bayard, Renamed WSCS President Mrs. Willard O. Peterson of Bayard was reelected president of the Boone District Woman's Society of Christian Sendee of the Methodist church at the arm ual meeting in Jefferson last More than 600 women from counties attended the meet- ing, representing 69 local socie- IN NEW WATER SYSTEM Asking Guthrie Cente, Groups wic 19 BCLC pe jw .our Lions Club Resolves In Favor of Adding Decay Preventive The Senes of tests began April 4 when about 470 students had patches Since th thf month6 Thursday, patches put on at Jamaica and Yale April 22, read results at Bag- ley, Jamaica and Yale Girls' State Selection Holy W _-----------------------_________________ Churches Plan Special Services for Thursday, Good Friday, Saturday are Listed -Many special church services are being planned Thursday and Fnday of this week- the solem- nist week of the Christian cal- endar. Holy k ices are plan- ned in churches of almost every and town in Guthrie Coun- Bayard M'-Ihodist Church a Communion service at S p.m. Thursday night. Holy Thursday service begins at 5 p. m. ai Si. Patrick's Church Good Friday rvices at 3 p m.. and Holv Saturdav sciences at 11 pjn Wichita Th" Wichita Methodist Church at S nm Fr.d.iv ni- Stolen Hubcaps Suddenly Return The mystery of hubcaps deepened the to commemorate the Lords Sup- per Thursday evening at 8 p.m Stuart Good Friday services are sch- eduled at the Congregational Church from noon to 3 pjn Topic is "The Seven Last Words' from the Cross." Candle Light Communion Service is planned Thursday at p m. at the Methodist Church. Roger Corrigan Injured in Wreck ujiouier or not n was the Roccr D of Guthrie i of Cent'-r was miim-d Thursday ni- i C'lt his roe t.mes ,ifi mJcs w st m VandenBrinfc of Bavard all four hubcaps off" new Ford two weeks a TV notified the Guthne CountV iff and local police. Patrols were S thi-ve >r I hubcaps in one ia.st new _ The GuUirie Center Lions Club is the first local group to go on record as favoring flouridation ox the municipal water suppn when the proposed improvements 1 are made on the water treat- ment plant. The club passed- a re5plu- tion m favor of flouridation after 3Irs- Dorothy Xeal app- eared before the club and ex- plained the program. Mrs. Xeal said that the board of utilities trustees might order foundation if enough commun- ity support is shown for the pro- ject. i The consulting engineers have reported that Guthrie Centers water supply could be flouridated under the S160.000 water improve- ment bond issue and without any increase in the new water rates. The board has the power to order the flouridation on its own initiative. Mrs- dtx-Iared that caries, or decay, is the num- i erne physical defect anionjr school children, and added that tests have conclusively shown fiouridfs as a decay ant. i "Floundation no longer n experimental and cited Audi.b' -i and :at id-iting v.a'-'. nf ar f; Per, flour- i of vic .1 Baglcy re will ".i Conirntmifin scr- C'varch m at S p.m. Thursday a ih- nbner Chinch p m patrolman Wend'-ll Stream viid acoirt--n( nrcnr- ax to and turn. Oiurrh B Hail- Thcr ion TT Y'.u IV d Commun- moon at two as Hospital i cnislvd --if a Local Archers Get Many Places At Chariton Shoot dy i' jvrt rt of w fif f r -ic Center nr'h -aid. Flouri this 1n April 25 pot -fen patches at and out-of-town Guthrie Center pupils. April 29. read results at Bav- ard and Guthrie Center 1, Menlo pre-school patch Funeral Saturday for Mrs. Chester Nelson Funeral services were held Tuesday afternoon at the Fiat Christian Church of Coon Rapids for Mrs. Lucy Nelson, 66 Mrs. Nelson, a former Guthrie Center resident, died Saturday at St. Anthony Hospital in Carrou. Survivors include husband Chester. Coon Rapids; son, Paul PrPids-' brother, James Hollar. Monticello; and four y Holmes. boUi of Guthrie Cantor. Mrs. Genieva Rose, Bav- Barry Hinton to National Meeting i -x' Charmayne is Selected fcr Girls' State Himon of r annuai -ra en -c national honor. 'h. Coon nnd and b wn r plans Guthrie Get Six Points at Valley no Contor Up 07 K r> n.T- r rv. nt- nnc' Your News To 92 B oj the
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