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   Floyd Valley News (Newspaper) - November 15, 1962, Lemars, Iowa                                VOL- I, NO. 92 THE TWICE-A-WEEK FLOYD VALLEY NEWS IKARV ANN CAIN, i, IS bumped BY car UNDAY AFTERNOON File Charge Against Ronald M. Sfacbe!! Mary Ann Cain, 3-year-old augMer of Mr .and Mrs. Ste-hen P. Cain, 309 1st Ave. SE, scaped with bruises when she -as bumped by a car at 3:20 ,m. Sunday. She was    taken to Sacred eart hosoital in Luken's am- ulance. The youngster was mated and dismissed. Police said the mishap oc-urred in the crosswalk at the terseetion of Central Ave. and rd St. SW. The driver of the uthbound car was Ronald M. taebell, 18, Le Mars. No darn-ge was done to his 1950 Dodge. Patrolman John Bensley led a charge of failure to yield o a pedestrian against taebell. Mrs. Cain told the Daily Sen-nel Mary Ann was with two tder sisters, Maureen, 9. and atty, 5, and a cousin, Patty itchell, 5. The girls were alking to the Central school ilding. As they entered the intersec-on, a northbound car halt-. The girls proceeded and en Mary Ann broke away om the others, Mrs. Cain id. le mars, iowa, thursday, november 15, 1962 5c per copy tike Time; Visit Our Schools Fines David J. West, Le Mars, Monday paid a $14 fine in ma-youv's court for speeding in restricted zone. Charge made Nov. 7 by Patrolman Jerry {Kelly. Walter H. Lang, Le Mars, was assessed $12 for a stop sisn violation. Charge madelhieles on the highway and two Nov. 12   by Patrolman John'dead of hunting wounds. EHLEN SCHQ$itS' URKEY DINNER. ARNIVAL SUNDAY Parents, Students To Operate Games And Concessions GeWen will hold its annual 'nner and carnival Sunday af-rjpon and .evening.!. Pyeap's^proiect' is1 "f o r I parents and proceeds will used to support all-school ctivities. Each student has 's part to play in. connection ith-this event. The turkey dinner will be rved in the cafeteria from to 8 p.m. There will be games and ncessions in the gym from until 10 p.m. Included will a fishpond, basketball row, showing of car toon s, a cakewalk and a candy and. Parents and students ill have charge of the stands. Tom Mitchell is general airman of the carnival. Mrs. rands Ludwig is in charge the dinner and Leo Vondrak ticket chairman. Adult ad-'ssion is $1.50 and children's itets are 75 cents. UPONS WORTH $5-$25 WARDS AD TODAY Wards Catalog Store in Le-ars today is offering coupons orth from $5 to $25 this ursday, Friday and Satur-y on items listed in the ad "Pons during their pre-ristmas Bonus Days. Check for complete details. At the Hospital Admitted Tuesday at Sacred eart hospital: Mrs. Mary �sius, Le Mars; Mrs. Lois torn, Sioux Falls. Dismissed: Mrs. Amelia tesch, Kingsley; Mrs. Henry k, Pierson; Mrs. Glenn Remsen. Expired Wednesday: Mrs. J� Cronin, Le Mars. IGCAL MARKETS wBeans...............225 ew Corn No. 2 & � Com No. 2...........� ats.............-60 Produce Medium Eggs ..........f! Grade Lge.............. ullets ................- -15 nder Grades.............^ ens__________�.�.-_____  07 Parents of school children in the Le Mars community are visiting the eight public and parochial grade and high schools here this week during special events planned in observance of American Education Week. Activities include open houses, parents night Wednesday at Le Mars Community high school, parent-teacher conferences at Gehlen schools and prospective teacher day Wednesday at Westmar college. Of particular interest are two new grade schools, an addition to Franklin school and new Gehlen grade school, and a newly installed language lab under direction of Miss Martha Kuebler at the Central high school building. Pictures of these new educational facilities which opened in Le Mars j this fall were photographed by Bill Tudor for the Daily Sentinel. : "'Future' expansion in education here includes a new $661.-559 Le Mars Community high school building, for tvhich contracts were let this autumn, and construction of two women's dormitories at a cost of $750,000 on the Westmar campus. Both construction projects will get underway early next spring, with some w o r k on the high school possible this fall. "Education Meets the Challenge of Change" is the theme for the 42nd annual American Education Week, Nov. 11-17. Purpose is to make every American aware of the important role education plays in a democracy. Schools this week offer an opportunity to inform the general public about their p u r -1 poses, methods, achievements, nerds and problems. Parents and interested persons will learn a lot by visiting the schools during American Education Week. Here's what to look for: Physical conditions - It the school old and rickety? Are there safety hazards? Is it kept clean? Are the rooms ade-! quately lighted and ventilated? j Are they over-crowded with desks? Educational values - Are there enough well-trained, enthusiastic teachers? Are the classes no larger than 25 or so? Are the textbooks well-written and up-to-date? Are there film and slide projectors, phonographs, tape recorders, - maybe even TV sets or teaching machines? Are the science laboratories adequate? Financial considerations - Is there enough money to do a good job, hire enough teachers, buy enough equipment, put up builrVngs as needed and maintain the buildings presently in use? Sponsors of American Education Week are the National Education Association. American Legion, National Congress hunters and autos take toll of deer - five in weekend It was a rough weekend on Plymouth county's deer population, the sheriff's office reports. They retrieved the carcasses of five deer Sunday and Monday, three struck by ve- Bensley A case filed Sept. 15 was settled Monday with the payment of a $14 fine by Joseph P. Kelle-her, Le Mars, for intoxicatioh. Charge made by Capt. E. E. Hoeck. Highway patrol cases included: Everett E. Gotto, Le-Mars, $14, night speed, and Harold F. Rich, Hawarden, $14, truck speed. Two Sioux City men Tuesday paid $14 each for carrying assembled guns in their cars on charges filed by Conservation Officer E. F. Newell. Fined were Kenneth Bue and Donald Dunker. Charges were made Monday in Grant township. In a recent justice of the peace court case, Fay Wells of Le Mars was fined $8 for night speed. Charge made Nov. 3 by Highway Patrolman R. D. Helmers. 1,100 eat "hearty" at remsen smorgasbord REMSEN - More than 1,100 persons attended) the 12th annual,. \smorgasbord .sponsored by the Remsen Community club at St. Mary high school cafeteria Sunday night. On the program were vocals by the Four Nubbins quartet of Spencer, and by a boys quartet from Remsen-Union high school. Don tone, r a d i o-television announcer from Sioux City, was master-of-ceremonies.  Don't forget the Gehlen Turkey Supper & Carnival, Sunday, Nov. 18, 4 to 8 p.m. livestock Sales changed to afternoon Sales at Le Mars Livestock Co. will be held Wednes day afternoon at 1 o'clock instead of Wednesday nights during winter season. fire at city dump Firemen were summoned to the city dump at 2:30 p.m. Monday to extinguish flames which had spread to grass north of the area where rubbish was being burned. No damage resulted. bank asks possession of car and truck The Steele State Bank of Cherokee has filed suit in district court here against Richard E. Parrish, asking a writ of replevin for a 1960 GMC truck, valued at $2,050 and a 1958 Chevrolet sport coupe, valued at $950, or for the value of t h e property if it cannot be found. The bank claims the defendant has possession of the property, and asks judgment against hirh for them. Look Who's Here Born to Mr, and Mrs. Marvin Weiler, Remsen, a daughter, Nov. 12. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gaul, Le Mars, a daughter, Nov. 12.  Don't forget the Gehlen Turkey Supper & Carnival, Sheriff Frank Scholer reportr ed bringing in two does Monday, a large one and a small one, each dead of gunshot wounds. Hunters reported finding the two dead animals, one some two and a half miles north of Le Mars, and the second a mile and a half north of Seney. At Merrill Deputy Sheriff James Mertes reported he was summoned to bring in three deer, one Monday and two Sunday, killed by autos. A car driven by P. W. Mercer of* Sioux City received an estimated $500 damage when it struck one, a big buck, a mile and a half north of Hin-ton. A second deer was struck about two and a half miles north of Le Mars, and the third was hit by a truck a quarter mile north of Hinton, the deputy noted. kingsley man loses finger in cornpicker KINGSLEY - Dennis Ans-tine lost the- index finger of his left hand, Nov. 6, in the snappers of a cornpicker. After his mangled hand was given attention at the doctors office in Kingsley, Dennis was admitted to the St. Joseph hospital in Sioux City, where the finger was amputated above the second joint. Dennis was picking corn at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Anstine when the mishap occurred about 11:30 a.m. Look Who's Here Births at Sacred Heart hospital : Born to Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Pick, Remsen, a daughter, Nov. 9. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Sitzmann, Kingsley, a daughter, Nov. 12. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Warren Schmeling, Cleghorn, a son, Nov. 12. At the Hospital frank wilhelmi has over 50 gun pellets: ronald ommen held the shotgun sunday Frank Wilhelmi, Le Mars, was sprayed with over 50 shotgun pellets in a hunting accident Sunday. He is a patient at Sacred Heart hospital. Mrs. Wilhelmi told the Daily Sentinel today that no surgical removal of the pellets is planned at present. The shot entered both legs above the knees and the left hand and forearm. An earlier report received by the Daily Sentinel, that Ronnie Halweg held the gun which discharged as Mr. Wilhelmi leaned over to pick up a downed pheasant is in error. This newspaper was informed today that Ronald Ommen, another member of the hunting party, fired a shot at what he thought was a live bird when Mr. Wi'.hemi entered the field to pick up the bird. Fourth member of the group was Donald Baack. No official report of the accidental shooting has been made to either the sheriff's office or county Medical Examiner Dr. Sherman Lindell, the Daily Sentinel learned. Sheriff Frank Scholer today said he planned no investigation of the accident and the medical examiner commented no report is made to him unless a fatality occurs in an accident of this type. jail sentence, fine for hawarden man on omvi charge SHELDON - Lawrence Schiefen of Hawarden was tried in Sioux county district court on the charge of operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated before Judge J. P. Kelley. He was found guilty and sentenced to pay a fine of $500 and to be imprisoned in the Sioux county jail for 90 days. A driver's license is not to be issued for six months. jto pave fairgrounds {street next year - | council lays out i three year program In response to the new state requirements city's must meet to share the increased portion of the gasoline tax they are J turkeys owned by Sherman now allotted, the Le Mars city (Produce Co., Sioux City, and a council   Tuesday   evening large building in which t h e birds were housed in southwestern Plymouth county were des- 10,000 Turkeys Are Destroyed In Blaze Ten thousand twcpweek-old 'agreed upon a three year road program, and specified those parts of the program tp be carried out next year. A number of paving projects were scheduled, the most important of which, it was agreed was on Fourth Ave. NE, from First St. NE to Sixth St. NE, including the intersection of Fourth Ave. and Sixth St., and a stretch across the Chicago & NW tracks to connect with the end of paving on Sixth St. Other streets included in the 1963 program for paving is a four block stretch on Eighth St. SW from Fourth Ave. SW west to Sixth Ave. SW, and then north on Sixth Ave. two blocks. Also, on Third Ave. SE, from Tenth St. south to Twelfth St., plus Eleventh St. from Third Ave. east to Fourth Ave. SE. Also, on Sixth Ave. SE, a stretch connecting North and South Lynn Drives, and a stub on Second St. SE at its intersection with Ninth Ave. In addition, some storm sewer projects were included. A number of other projects were also considered, including widening several streets, particularly the two blocks on the east and south side of the Central School building., ; These were tentatively scheduled for 1964. troyed in an early morning fire Wednesday. Firemen from Perry township, Merrill and Le Mars fought, the blaze which leveled the 80 by 300-foot wood studded structure covered with corrugated iron. The building was located on frank ulish gives council its annual safety summary - le mars rates high Look Who's Here Born to Mr. and Mrs. Paul Sitzmann, Le Mars, a daughter, Nov. 9, at St. Vincent hospital, Sioux City. Set Christmas Hours 1962    December   1962 SUN     M0N '   lUt     wed     frill      FRl'      SaF How It Wuz "unbelieveable" balmy weather here continues Jr 11 Q at) 18 a 23     24  : ,-25:26 27 (See Lake Lime, Pa9e �>   Sunday, Nov. 18, 4 to 8 p.m Members of the Merchandising council also met and have completed the plans for the 1962 Christmas season, he said. Store windows will be decorated for Christmas by Friday, Nov. 23, and ready for the Christmas business scheduled the first Friday after Thanksgiving. Store hours will be as fol- lows: Monday, Wednesday, Friday - stores will be open until 9:00 p.m. starting Saturday, Dec. 1. The last week before Christmas stores w i 11 be open every evening untill 9:00 with the exception of Tuesday December 18. Christmas Eve, Dec. 24, stores wilt close at regular store hours. Shoppers in light jackets and suit coats; warm sunshine filtering through leafless trees; temperatures in the low 60's; balmy southerly breezes and the odor of burning leaves. Sounds like a mixed up, but lovely spell of fine weather in early spring. Residents can hardly believe all this is happening in mid-November. Despite warnings of colder temperatures and possible rain by the middle of the week, Wednesday was another lovely Indian Summer day. The weatherman is cautious and predicts only mostly cloudy skies and cooler tonight and Thursday. Low reading this morning was 28 degrees, after a peak Tuesday of 66. At the Hospital David Calkins, Le Mars, who suffered a fractured back in a bus accident, Nov. 3, near Salt Lake City, has been placed in a cast from his head to hips, according to his father, Vero Calkins. The family here received a first hand report of their son's condition Tuesday after a Le Mars attorney returned from a special trip to see David and check on accident details in Salt Lake City. David underwent spinal'fusion surgery last Friday at St. Mark hospital there. Mr. Calkins said David remains paralyzed on the right side, but is in good spirits. Negotiations are in progress to transfer the Le Mars soldier to an army hospital, but David will remain hospitalized in Salt Lake City another five weeks. Frank B. Ulish of the State Department of Public Safety appeared before the Le Mars city council Tuesday evening to present his annual analysis and recommendations of the city's tn1 Tic safety situation. Despite th" city's record of three traffic fatalities in 1961, Mr. Ulish Wlicated the city compared favorably with 266 other cities of similar population. Mr. Ulish .'�nuke for over an hour, discus'-'n" the traffic inventory anrlv'is summary of the Le Mar1-' traffic report for 1961.   This analysis,   prepared by the ?T!\tional Safety Council, notekl that Le Mars ] rated-.best '.i^^^i.^^fci^. "f^j^ cords and. the ' engineering''sec-1 Hons of the report. There were thrpo traffic fatalities in Le Mars in 1961, compared to only one per year for the three year average, and after years w'mn the r e were no fatalities. Mr. Ulish thanked the city and school officios, police and sheriff's office and other local agencies for their continuing cooperation. He sugested that it looked like Le Mars' "luck'' had run out after nearly a quarter century, and that a renewed effort would be needed on the part of everyone involved to make safety everyone's business in Le Mars. plymouth farm bureau women win state award Plymouth county was among 34 county Farm Bureau women's groups presented recognition awards Tuesday during the women's conference of the Iowa Farm Bureau annual meeting in Des Moines. Awards were based on a county score sheet compiled since last November. Women were scored on organizational activities and efforts in ABC's of Farm Bureau, our role in government, world living, healthful living and cultural living. the former Charley Anderson farm two miles south and west of the Kovarna station on highway 7. T h e Sioux City firm now owns the farm. Perry township fire men were first on the scene about 5 a.m. and telephoned for assistance to Merrill and Lc-Mars. Le Mars firemen had just returned to the station house here after responding to an alarm at 4:35 a.m. They had been called to the Bob Arens residence, 507 6th Ave. SW, where an overheated furance had filled the house with fumes. The call from Perry firemen was received here at 5:15. Fire Chief Herman Becker and Firemen Lee Schipper, Len Harrison, Fritz Heissel and Len Harms made the run to the turkey fire in the International truck. Arnold S t a e -bell drove a truck with a load of water. . The turkey house was enveloped in flames by the time Le-Mars firemen arrived, with the Merrill truck already on the scene. The roof caved in a short time later. Only other building on the place was a vacant house. Le Mars and Merrill fire-men remained on duty until 7:30 a.m. The Perry township truck stayed longer. Cause of the blaze has not Le Mars Firemarr,'8M*~qf^J;-^ per.   Police here said an explosion had been reported. At the earlier fire alarm in Le Mars, a limit control failed to turn off the burner on t h e forced air gas furnace in the Bob Arens home. The overheated furnace filled the place with fumes which firemen drew out with fans. Calendar Nov. 14 - Plymouth county Association for Retarded Children, 8 p.m. Merrill school. Nov. 14. 15, 16 - Sacred Heart hospital Auxiliary bazaar. Nov. 14 - Prospective Teachers' day. Westmar college Nov. 14 - American Education Week program, 7 p.m. Central auditorium. Nov. 15 - LCHS Jr. class play matinee, 2 pan. Central auditorium Nov. 15 - Catholic Grade school music festival, Gehlen. high school. Nov. 16 - LCHS Jr. class play "Time Out for Ginger," 8 p.m. Central auditorium. Nov. 16 - Joe & Pennv Aron-son art series, 8 p.m. Westmar college. Nov. 17 - Boys' 4-H awards nipht, 8 p.m. fairgrounds 4-H bui'ding. Nov. 17 - I.R.C. dance, 8:30 p.m Central auditorium .  Nov. 17 - Rainbow School of Instruction,   9:30  a.m.   Masonic Temple. Nov. 18 - Gehlen dinner and carnival. 4 to 8 p.m. Gehlen gym. Nov. m - Adult night school, Central building. Nov. 19 - Plymouth county NFO meeting, 8 p.m. Eagles club. Shop for Christmas During $$ Days Here Le Mars Merchandising Council is offering Le Mars and Le Mars area shoppers a wonderful opportunity to save money Friday and Saturday during Dollar Days. Le Mars merchants cordially invite everyone to stop in and check the many bargains. Christmas is only 34 shopping days away. Check the ads in today's Daily Sentinel for more information and shop in Le Mars where parking is free, selections are wide and the quality is tops.   

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