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Floyd Valley News (Newspaper) - September 26, 1963, Lemars, Iowa VOL. 11/ NO. 77 lOne reason the horseless| car-' fSge took over the country from ^horses was' that'the horses, ne'-rgr linclerstood the vaJde �of bring-in^:''but new, improved' models ^leryyear. That wasn't the only reason, of, �course, and perhaps it .Ivasn't the �liost important reason^ the:,, ; car �took ttie place of the -four-footed �jiitihurners. But the fact remain? Kat the horses just didn'tjjkeep K),ice with modern progress' and Improvements, the way 'automa-' �Iters are doing today. ' , Personally, we didn't have anv-ling against the 1963 models hicH become old hat this week jtii the unveiling of the 1964's. If IJiev're still rurining as well in I, as tiie 1953's are doing in 1963 fnr (he coffee Drinker, we'l? know HlieyVe passed the test of time, and ivilling to try them. As it stands now, the Coffee irinker always enioys the new car Ihowings. It gives him a good idea Ihe cars he might be driving in iBnother eight or 10 years. Speaking of cars, a lot of folks, rer the years have wondei-ed at lack of success of the electrics, is really rib ' reason this didn't go for electric rs, and it could still,'if the elec-car makers had just equipped Ir ears with adequate, noisema- LE MARS, IOWA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER, 26, 1963 BULLDOG-EAST GAME TO START AT 7:30 - IN STOUX CITY FRTOAY Time of the Le Mars Community high school and Sioux City East football game Friday night at Sioux City will be 15 minutes earlier than the rogulai time ('or home ffames. According (o school principal Vance Stead, game time will be 7:30 p.m. at the Sioux City public 'ichnn! stadium. Admission prices also are different than those charged in Le .Mars, Mr. Stead reported. Prices are $1 for adults, !50 cents for jun-ioi' and senior high school students with identification cards and 35 cents for elementary students. it's the use/:OfK
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