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Monticello Express (Newspaper) - September 13, 1951, Monticello, Iowa Mitmkt Two marriage licenses were issued this They were to Preston and Wilma both and both of and to Edward and Jean Marie Monti The Monticello ParentTeachers association will resume their years program with a dinner meeting to be held at at the Masonic Temple dining Walter superintendent of the Linn county will be the The Dramatics class of the high school will furnish the James will Theme for the evening is To Raise the Standards of Home Life of the Cochairmen of the dinner are Neal Hayden and Ed Those who attend are asked to bring a covered dish and Meat and coffee will be Each For All and All For Each Volume LXXXVII September Number 11 Long Sons Monticello Sweet Corn tanning Factory Employes 60 People During Full Operation Club Clayton Palmer gave the official cfiarge to four members of the Monticello Rotary club who recent ly joined the who has given the talk on many pre vious told the four about the origins and goals of the Rotary Following his Rob ert Savage told of his recent tion trip through Canada and the eastern Guests for the meeting were Clark Shannon and Harold Shu Les Balster was especially hon ored at the birthday table as the only Rotarian present with a birth day in The Rotarians and their wives will entertain members of the pub lic school faculty and their wives at a party next Monday Robert Wilcox in first picture is shown pulling ear corn into con veyor belts from the canning plant storage According to Owner the storage bin will hold some 50 tons of ear corn and at full operation unloads about 7 tons per Two men are re quired to keep conveyors filled when running at full Corn in the second picture is shown being rolled out of the drum washer onto the inspection and trimming belt where 20 women work during rush The moving belt passes between two rows of benches and bad or dam aged ears are removed or The belt carries the ear sweet corn on to a battery of six machines which cut the corn from the Lou Oltman is shown in the third picture inspecting the whole grain after it has passed through the silkers and washing She gives the corn ker nels a thorough remov ing any silks or foreign material could slip through previous Corn from here is taken by elevators to machines which slit the kernels and homo genize the mixture before it is sent to the mixing kettles where sugar and salt are Evalina Poppe is shown in the fourth picture operating a fill ing machine which fills sterilized cans and feeds them to the sealing machine at the rate of more than 100 per John Woeilert is shown in the background operating the sealing The final picture shows Ed Wirth and Elmer Parrott lowering a bas Council The Council for the Womens Adult Family Living program met Mon day at oclock in the high school home making rooms with Miss Maxine the homemaking Possible topics considered for the night school were consumer edu color in the and the unit method of It was suggested the meetings be held in the fall rather than in the winter months on Monday evenings from 8 oclock to 10 oclock and for a period of about ten The adult program is for all women in the community and the councilwould like individual ideas on the Please give your suggestions to one of the follow ing council members Loren Albert James and James Earl or Bernice Center Plymouth John Scotch Plymouth Carroll Chevrolet truck Oldsmobile James Buick Lester International truck Oldsmobile Arthur Studebaker Jack Stude baker Herbert Chevrolet Effie Ana Oldsmobile Kathleen Scotch Ford Gene Dodge truck Caryl Plymouth Center Chev rolet truck Howard Ana Ford Floyd Buick Adolph CMC Every Pupil Tests Given This Week Students in the high school here were given the Iowa Every Pupil testing program examinations yes terday and according to Dwight high school prin The same examination is given all classes and all schools taking part in the testing Word has been received of a new address of the son of and Jack Ahlrichs of near It is Thomas US 2353rd Process ing Flight Camp Leo Locher and visited the fore part of the week in the home of Mary and Bertha Wayne Zion Church 5opperSeptembet20 Wayne Zion Lutheran church invites the general public to its annual chicken supper on Thurs to be served in the church parlors and in the school The serving begins at until all are The serving in two dining halls will facilitate quicker ket bf cans into one of seven re torts where they receive a 70 minute cooking at a temperature of 2J50 From here cans are labeled and A jpart of the production of the Monticello plant is assigned to the government and the balance is eitheY marketed under the plants own labels or the label of various About 400 acres of cornthis year wyi produce roughly 1200tons of ears for Joe Melsha left Sunday for Owa where he is a student at Plllshnry Milifnry and Tom Hamilton and Jimmy left last week on a vacation trip through the Carolinas and Activity Jams District Court During Past Week and Thomas Tibbits and two Cedar visited Sunday in the home of the for mers Activity in every department jammed the office of the Clerk of the District Court this ac cording to Leigh Walter was charged in district court Sep tember 8 with operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated the of fense having taken place on June 1951 on highway 151 near Monti according to the information signed by State Highway Patrol man John Twice postponed in the justice court of George Ana the case finally was waived to the district Patrolman Beckmann on arrested John Richard and charged him with operating a motor vehicle while the arrest being made 3 miles north of Anamosa on high way The defendant waived preliminary examination in the justice court of George Secor Charge County Attorney James Rem ley Monday filed charges of illegal possession of liquor against George Secor was indicted by the Jones county grand jury of which Fred Loes was foreman last Monday Two other charges against Secor which resulted from a raid made on Secors tavern at Amber on July 21 and an OMVI charge made following Secors arrect on August were released by the grand Martha Balster through her at torneys has brought a petition in equity asking the court to order the the Monticello State as executor of the estate of to transfer and convey to her all property which she claims she is entitled to under the contract of a mutual Attorneys for the bank have filed an answer asking the court to deny the Loren Schneider has been named defendant in a divorce action brought this week in district court by Joyce The action file states that the couple were married on March at Mon ticello and that they are the par ents of one minor The de fendant is charged with cruel and inhuman The court is asked to grant support money and issue a temporary injunction restraining the defendant from molesting the plaintiff or minor Conrad has filed suit to collect plus costs and inter est from Robert Mayfield arrcf Dorothy The amount is allegedly due on merchandise pur Another divorce action brought by Dolores Houstman against Francis Houstman charges cruel and inhuman The plaintiff asks the court for custody of one minor child and such other relief as is deemed The cou ple was married at Dubuque on District Judge Floyd Cedar Monday dismissed the petit jury for the balance of the subject to call if they be By reason of default of the de Judge Philbrick granted a judgment in the amount of plus costs in an action brought by the Van Meter company of Cedar Rapids against Ronald Meade of Oxford The case against Clifford Anamosa businessman indicted by the grand jury on a charge of em bezzlement by was con tinued to the November term of court on motion the John Joseph was fined and costs on a sec ond charge of operating a motor vehicle while Pic rays drivers license was suspend ed but he was given the opportun ity of applying for another after 6 Joseph Vincent Ana was fined on Ills first offense of operating a motor vehicle while Last Saturday Judge Heiser man granted a divorce to Donald Kray from Shirley Scott He was also granted custody of one minor The court recognized that the plaintiff is hot the father of an unborn Open Football Jones County Taxes Up Almost 13 For Next Year According To Auditor Recent Births reported at the John Mc Donald hospital during the past week include the following and Russell boy and Kenneth boy and Clarence boy and Fred Monti1 girl and and and James Lang1 boy and Ross boy and John Scotch Grove and Jack Heiken are the parents of a born 5 in the hospital in Monj He is the second child in the the other being a Castle Grove and Fred Caspers became the parents of their first born in the John McDonald The little miss has been named Janie Hopkinton and Russell Bradke are the parents of a born In the Monticello The young man weighed G pounds 4 ounces am has been named Craig The mother is the former Virginia daughter of and Jones county tax payers will to dig deeper next year to meet the increased budgets for town and county According to figures released yesterday by County Auditor George the increase will amount to about over what was paid last The figure represents a percent jump in county Biggest single hunk of increase loaded onto the county tax bill came from the county Where the 1950 tax bill for all county pur poses was only the new budget calls for collections amount ing to an increase of near ly almost 15 per cent above last Total tax bill for all cities and towns in the county jumped a whopping 48 percent from in 1950 to this The increase was just the third largest jump in unit taxes even though the division took the largest percentage School districts in the county added more than thousand to a bill of over thousand of last year for a small 9M percent in In the new tax bill in Jones county will have to raise about to help pay the bal ance of the World War II Bonus bonds recently authorized by the This state tax levy of half a mill is the first since the first bonus bond levy back in Taxpayers in certain townshipis where cemetery levies are required will kick in an additional The Jones County Board of Su pervistlrs Tuesday certified the new tax levies for Taxes will be payable in Lions Honor Ladies Monday Evening The Monticello Lions Club hon ored the ladies and those who worked at the Great Jones County Fair this year at an annual banquet on Monday Plcns were set for 240 with approximately 230 The dinner was served by the Presby terian Ladies Guest speaker was Frank Hav lichek of the University of Preceding Havlichcks Ray director of the Monticello High School pre sented a program of which solos were rendered by Jo Ann Morn ing and Noel Rain Hampers Progress On Street Construction Heavy rains yesterday morning are hampering progress on the Monticello street construction pro Slippery mud yesterday had practically halted any excavation By next week crews of the Will man construction company hope to have most of the storm sewer laid and a start on the new curb and gutter up First The Har grave Construction Company may be moving some equipment in to begin applying hot mix to the busi ness section One crew foreman who request ed his name be withheld reported to have understood that Hargrave did not intend to get much of the blacktop work in town completed this Blacktop was supposed to have been applied to of the nonimproved streets in Mon ticello by October No definite information could be learned yesterday from the Har grave company concerning such a Matthiessen Provides Driver Training Car A new Chevrolet has been put into service as the driver training car being used in the Monticello Public School According to Clarence Matthies local Chevrolet dealer through whom the car was it is a 4door Styleline deluxe sedan equipped with conventional dual The car will be lettered on the side to notify other drivers thvt it is being operated by student This is the second year that driver training has been included in the curriculum a the Monticello Public Last year the Motor provided a Ford for use by the Paul Knipe is the Bob who is employed with the Milwaukee Railroad and makes his homo in spent the weekend in the home of and Charles and Fred Merritt and and and Earl Benedict and family were guests of and William Gross heim of last Find Eight TB Cases In Jones County Survey Over Chest XRay Examinations Given This Summer In the recently completed county wide xray survey in Jones county eight tuberculosis findings were This report was issued by the Division of Tuberculosis State Department of Des These cases included 3 tuberculosis 4 moderately adi and 1 far j All findings in the survey were confidential between the patient and the Thirtysix nontuberculosis ings were also revealed in the surj The survey in the county was be1 gun May 1951 and July There were j miniature xrays taken in Jones county which has a total population of in the 1950 The survey included adults and all school Infants and pro school children did not There were 64 persons reexam Large xrays were taken these 28 of which revealed healthy The communitywide xray sur vey is a program being carried on throughout the state and within the next three to five every lowan will have an opportunity to have a chest xray free of The annual sale of Christmas Seals in Jonos county helped to defray the expense of the recent This with the approval of the Jones County Medical has been made possible through the JonesCounty Tuberculosis and Health Association and volunteers from its the Division of Department of and the Iowa Tubercu losis and Health John Brashaw Dies Early Morning John father of Elclon passed away early Thurs day Friends may call at the Devaney Funeral home after 7 tonight Funeral services will be held in the Sacred Heart Sat urday Complete obituary will be pub lished next Services Held For Portewig Boy Funeral services were held Tues day afternoon at 2 oclock for Robert Louis 2 year old son of and Ernest Portewig of near Born February he was one of three children of the Porte He suffered severe burns when he fell into a bonfire Satur day morning he was rushed to the John McDonald hospital where he was in critical condition until his death early Sunday He is survived by his two and Services were held from the Zion Evangelical Lutheran church on 11 with Kehren in Burial was at the Wayne Zion Pallbearers included Virgil Bch Dean William Jan sen and Michael Goettsch funeral home was in charge of Those attending the Schrader Fleeman wedding in were and Albert Hex and and William and Ed Hel and Robert and Roy Don and Donald Klmer of and and Don State President Talks To Lydia state president of Business and Professional Wom ens was speaker at the Sep tember meeting of the local club last She spoke on the goals of and told of her experiences as representative of the state federation at meetings throughout the The meeting was in charge of Ruby Ruth Lucille Haag and Emma Stadt Guests at the dinner meet ing held in the hall were Frances Maxine Ethelyn Wilma Selma Helen Lucille and Wanda Kaslon of Daven Mrs Kaslon told of the Davon porl clubs plans for each day in observance of National Business Womens September 23 through and Herman and Carl Althea Fluckigcr and Marilyn Tobiason arrived home Tuesday from a trip to where they toured the town and visited with Dorothy Holgtiis who is employed Tackle East Dubuque Team On Local Field Will Play Four Home Games Six Injured In This Accident Six young people were injured Monday afternoon in the uutomobile accident pictured above which happened half a block south of the entrance to the Monticello City Investigated by Monticello Police Officers Sam Donald Howard and Bill charges are expected to be filed this week against one of the Riding in or on the car driven by 16yearold Carl son of and Paul Scotch were Bill Lloyd Welter and Bernard Riding in the other car which was driven by Shirley daughter of and Bill was 3 year old Linda Five were treated for minor lascerations and abrasions at the John McDonald Hospi tal and released Oeschger was kept for further treatment and observation and released Express Shugort Lists Possible Starters The spotlight will be on the 1951 version of the Monticello Public High Schools Black Panther foot ball team tomorrow evening at in the opening game of this sea Also in the spotlight will be the new football coach Harold Shu It will be a dual examination on the part of football will want to see how the Panthers will be stacking up for a tough grid schedule and also how successfully a new coach has changed the spirit and system in East Dubuque Opening the years eightgame schedule will be East a team little known in easternIowa Little pregame informa tion has been obtained from the Illinois team except that it has been plagued with losses through Basis for this years team is the group of 9 lettermen on the Besides two Hill seven of this years Panthers won letters last They are Don Marv Darrell Harold Gil bert Kenny Lang and Jim The group includes five I two juniors and tsvo sopho Shugarts Opinion Coach Harold Shugarts opinion of the made after the drill Tuesday was a rather guard ccl He told the Express that as far as he was it was hard to get to know the boys and what they can do in such 1 a short Down through about a team and a Shugart we seem to have some good From there I think the boys for the most are coming along pretty but lack Sluigart says that he is pleased with the response he has gotten from the hard drills he has put Only one1 or two men at the most seem to be dragging and facing any possiblity of being asked to turn in their j Names Starters A very tentative starting lineup was released yesterday afternoon for the game Friday against East In the backfielcl fans will prob ably see Bob Hill holding down the starting quarterback Kenny who sprained some fingers Tuesday might also see action in the same spot if his hand improves Darrell another sprained hand probably will be able to spell off Jack Hoffman in the left halfback Marv Schneider and Don Apple by seem to be sure starters at full back and right Linemen Named Lou Paulsen and Frank Hill are down now to start at right and left end respectively Jim Paulsen and Jim Adams will take over the right and left tackle spots while Ronny Eggers and Harold will flank the Gilbert Probably in there as a defensive left tackle will be Ronny Glen Hein probably will be in as an offensive guard some and Leon ard Hoffman will be a relief right Phil Vesey at center and Dick Claus as a linebacker are two others who are almost sure to be used in the As a matter of Shugart if all goes you are likely to see most of the squad in I want to see how they i work against another team in ac i tual Thats the real test of a football As for being strictly a T for mation Shugart said that the team would use all trree the the split and the single 1 If the weather is good and you fans want to sit on the Monticello side better be on hand in plenty of time for the kickoff tomorrow Game time is set at Furniture Store Opening Saturday Schumacher Furniture Store has scheduled their Grand Opening in Monticello for The Schumacher Store is now I where the Fisher Furniture Store was previously The Sehu I machcrs purchased the store from and Max Fisher on the 1st of A full page ad announcing the Grand free prizes to be given and special prices on furniture for the Grand Opening j will be Bob and Arlene have also pur chased the Fisher Furniture Store I in They held a Grand i Opening in Anamosa last
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