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   Monticello Express (Newspaper) - June 14, 1962, Monticello, Iowa                                116 EAST GRAND I I i Wt PS Et Ll V 1 1 i rt i v i vV GONE are the Monticello Dollars The last in a series of nine auctions brought in in mock currency Saturday afternoon Assisting auctioneer Fred Diehl second were Ted Jack Knopp and Les president of the Greater Monticello sponsors of the L BIRTHS f r nl I I V I 11 Births reported from John Mc Donald hospital thisweekincluded June and Wayne June and Robert June and Joseph June and Vincent girl and Dale June and Homer June and Eugene OTHER BIRTHS and Jim Holdeman are the parents of their first a born June He has been named Matthew Holdeman is the former Betty Lou and Charles Podhaski of Monticello are the maternal and Donald Kumpf are the parents of their second a daughter born June She has been named Rebecca Ann and joins a brother 2 Kumpf is the former Rose daughter of and Alva rural WEATHER AS recorded by the Monticello police department High Low June 6 78 62 June 7 not recorded June 8 77 59 0 June 9 82 65 0 June 10 83 64 June 11 81 60 0 June 12 Not recorded MARRIAGE As issued by the Jones county clerk of John Richard Ana and Barbara Jean Kenneth Carl and Florence Ellen Zead POLICE From the official docket of police judge Improper and costs Schoon Im and SpeedingPhillip R and Failure to have car under con Joseph Route and Reckless Ru dolph and Consume liquor on public high Rudolph Zum and JUSTICE From the official docket of justice of the peace No operators and NEW CARS AND As registered with the Jones county treasurer June Ana Stidham trailer Roseann Ford James Oxford Ford Deth mann Dodge Jensen Sand Che vrolet truck Shomont White June or Joan Ford Walter June or Judy Villager Mobile Home Walter Oldsmobile Junior or Beth Ram bler Leo Chevroleq William or Leischen Buick George or Franc Scotch June Ana Ford Anna Ox ford Plymouth Quitten Mary June Buick Carl Ford General Casualty of Wis Dodge Waldo Chevrolet Bids Rocket Sky High as Dollars Shoppers Sp Bidding was brisk at the last Monticello Dollars auction Sat urday afternoon with shopperspool ing resources to meet the keen competition for None of the 39 prizes soldforless than in mock The last item an electric brought in This sub mitted by Delbert was the second highest amount offered for the Bill First had the highest bid when she counted her money she discovered she only had Prices rose as the auction pro gressed and bidders were running out of opportunities to spend their A pair of mens work shoes sold near the end of the auction brought almost twice as much as a pair sold for at the beginning of the The auction was the last in a series of nine sponsored monthly by the Greater Monticello Com Saturdays high bidders and winning bids were Lawn three pair womens Art aluminum Carl 900 aluminum Renk Picnic Elmer wire Carl three pair womens hosef Gilbert 000 ladys wrist aluminum Clarence garden Albert three pair womens Nick 900 wire Harold coffee Rudy Aluminum Gerke garden Irvin lawn Lucille picnic Richard 000 aluminum Don mens wrist Gerald Swimming Ted 000 Dave 000 aluminum LorenzBron portable Loras mens work Roy electric Larry electric skillet Del bert Junior 4H Camps to Be Held Here July 912 Junior camps for Jones county 4Hers will be held at the fair grounds in Monticello during die second week in according to Dave extension asso The girls camp will be held Mon day and July 9 and and the boys camp will be held Wednesday and July 11 and The camps will begin at 9 on the opening day and close at 3 on the second All 4Hers up to and including those entering 8th grade next fall are eligible to swimming and an overnight stay at the camp will be included on the Reservations must be made by July Beatrice county home eco will have charge of die girls and Hammond will direct the boys Senior camp for boys and girls in the 9th grade and above is set for July 2226 at the State 4H Name Pas for For Lutheran re camp near The program will feature and A special program on careers will include an over night stayin the lowaState university dormitories at Plans are underway to sit in on a college class while on Jones county is cooperating with Jackson county in sponsoring the senior Only a limited num ber of campers can be Hammond 4Hers wishing to attend are urged to get their reservations in Reservations will close July 10 unless the quota is reached be fore that Jim Cor win to Head Jaycees Jim Corwin was elected president of the Monticello Junior Chamber of Commerce during the groups regular meeting Monday Others elected were first vice Don Monk second vice Sid Blair Elton Kneeskern Dick Moore Don Ben John Dick Petitt state Garry The new officers will be installed in Anton Kirkegaard of Under A wood will take over the pastorate of Matthew Lutheran in He is expected to arrive here about July Plans are being made to hold an Installation service Sun July a native of received his Bache lor of Arts degree from Dana col in He gra duated from Trinity seminary at Blair in f Cl I From 1955 to he served a pastorate at He has been at Underwood since He was married to the former Charlotte Ann Pearson In They are the parents of two Kirkegaard fills the vacancy left by Arnold who moved to in August Willms of Monti cello has been serving as supply pastor since last Observe Philco Week First Electrical ServiceinMonti cello will observe Philco Week with special bargains on Philco ap according to owner Pat An ad on page A2 gives details of the truck Gayle June 9 Boy Scoufs Nine Monticello Cub Scouts re ceived awards at a court of honor held during the weekend outing at the Scout cabin east of Awards went to the following Bear Donald Gold Arrow Point Donald Steven Silver Arrow Point Steve Philip Lion Philip Lance Michael Gold Arrow Point LionSteve Michael Silver Arrow Point LionSteve Michael Denner Dennis Assistant Denner Rotarians View Movie Rotarlans Monday evening saw a sound movie at their regularweekly Its theme was mate minds of free The film was presented by Sam local tux and Insurance man who is a Colonel Elect Delegates Party Conventions June 29 Names of county central com mltteemen and commltteewomen and delegates to the Republican and De mocratic party conventions June 29 were announced this week by Jones county auditor George The delegates and committee members were elected at the pri mary last Those named according to pre cincts were REPUBLICANS ANAMOSA Howard Betty Delegates Warren Howard Eugene Betty Laura Margaret Henry ANAMOSA Delegates Deloris Lewis Joyce Marie ANAMOSA IIICommittee Charles Vierlyn Delegates Vierlyn Bess Charles Mary Esther ANAMOSA Ethel Delegates Harold Ethel Tom Warren James Heiser Wilma Robert Living Jean Evelyn Living CASSCommittee EverettMay Galen Delegates Albert Galen Everett May Henry CASTLE Kenneth Delegates Maurice Ken neth Louis CENTER mittee Melvin Mel vin Delegates Grace Cecil John Boyd Chat Delegates none FAIRVIEWCommittee Don Blanche Delegates Nancy Kenneth Robert Clifford Lois GREENFIELD Committee Merle Helen Delegates Harry Merle Boyd Lyall Claude Helen ttee Ray Naonilee Delegeates Henry Ralph Darwin Rum Delegates Dale Harriet Virginia Neal Ray MONTICELLO Naomi Delegates Gene Max Max Ruby Rex Henry Blanche Wilbur Blanche Naomi Elizabeth Francis George Howard MONTICELLO Roy Iva Delegates Arnold Darold Rex Margaret Jane Mary Marie Carl MORLEYCommittee Ralph Ruth Delegates Don Ruth Gifford Merle ONSLOW Commi ttee Wilfred Violet Delegates Herman Morris Leland Bess Delegates Bess Laura Hulda Tom Doris RICHLAND none Delegates Raphael Raphael RICHLAND Frank Frank Delegates none ROME Committee Dean Richard Delegates Wil lard Sarah Stella Margaret Margaret Sara Jane Robert Dean Lee SCOTCH Louie Louie Delegates Les Louie STTONE CITY Committee Law rence Shirley Delegates none Car Carl Delegates none Committee B ert Richard Delegates Carl Carl Richard Richard Bert Bert WYOMINGCommi ttee Albert Eleanor Delegates Eleanor Ed Lula Howard Bernardine Wynona Bill Albert John Irene Alice 4 DEMOCRATS ANAMOSA Delegate Tom ANAMOSA IICommittee Law rence John Delegates J ohn Louis Jane StanWald Lawrence Rose Mc ANAMOSA Cla rence Kathleen Delegates Tom Edna ANAMOSA Elea nor Delegates Robert Lynn Continued on page A4 THURSDAY JUNE 1962 IOWA Vo ume 97 Number 24 Ask Injunction in District Court Two criminal civil suits were filed this past week in Jones county district Preliminary information was filed June 9 against Richard Lucius Flem who is charged with driving while license is Fleming who was bound over from the justice court of Warren was released on An intoxication charge was filed June 7 against The case was trans ferred to juvenile Kirby was held in the Jones county jail in de fault of 100 In civil suits Farmers Co operative Exchange of Central City brought action against Clarence J and Elizabeth June The plaintiff asks judgment of plus interest and costs for material and services purchased by the defendants between 1961 and May The plaintiff also asked for a writ of attachment on real estate belonging to the Ruley s in Jones An order was enrolled Monday authorizing issuance writ of attachment on filing of a Robert filed a petition June 8 asking for an in junction restraining Joseph Koob from constructing a building near Jacques home on highway 38 north of Jacque states that Koob is con structing a building which he in tends to use as a commercial garage and repair The plaintiff further contends that the building will decrease the value of his home because of the location and the com mercial activity On June Burns Manufacturing filed suit asking judgment of plus interest and costs from Phillip The plaintiff claims this amount is due from the defendant on open WOfKIUft ONE PERSON RECEIVED minor injuries when these cars collided on highway 151 six miles northeast of Monticello Thursday Dorothy driver of the car at was taken to John McDonald hospital for treat The station wagon at left was driven by Gilbert Ross of The Monticello emergency unit was called to the accident Concert Series Driver Injured in m m m m egins Tonight The first band concert of the sum mer season will be held at 8 oclock tonight Thursday at the band shelter near the swimming pool in south Jane daughter of and Harland will be the featured Band selections will include America Menof The West Chester Crosley Rock of Swing His Flute Americans StarSpangled The band will be directed by Ray instrumental music in structor at Monticello Community high Co Hi sion A Bernard Dorothy Eliza beth escaped serious in jury Thursday afternoon when her car and a Wisconsin station wagon collided on highway 151 six miles northeast of Schuster was taken to John McDonald hospital by the Monti cello emergency unit for treatment of No one in the Wis consin driven by Gilbert Ross of was reported Four horses in a trailer being pulled by the Ross car also es caped The horses were valued at Ross was en route to a horse show in The accident occurred when a truck driven by Harold which was ahead of slowed behind a highway com mission tractor driven by Ray Peters of When Ross attempted to slow the horse trailer jackknifed pushing the Ross car from the rear The front of the Ross car went over the center line into the path of the Schuster The front of the 1962 Chevrolet station wagon received an estimated Damage to 1959 Buick driven by Schuster was estimated at Loop Asks City To n A nnex Property The city council meeting in re gular session Monday evening ac cepted the resignation of city clerk Floyd adopted a new park ing ordinance and heard a request to bring property within the city Kephart who has been city clerk since last resigned to accept a position with the Iowa Tax Com He asked to be released from his duties June A new parking ordinance was approved by the The ordi nance provides for calendar parking between 1 and April 24hour limit parking zones will be set up on the following streets First from Main to Chestnut North Elm from First to Second North Maple from First to Second North Sycamore from First to Second North Cedar from First to Second Norm Farley from First to Third South Cedar from First to Grand South Sycamore from First to Grand South Maple from First to Grand Grand from Main to Cedar TWO HOUR ZONES Two hour parking zones will be established on First from the railroad tracks to the Presbyterian church driveway and on Grand street from Cedar to the railroad 48hour parking zones will be in effect in all other The two hourzonewas established on Grand after George Schoon appeared before the council and asked that the original plan for no parking in that area be Subsequent readings of the ordi nance were waived by the council on request of city attorney Andy Bert Loop appeared before the council and asked that property which he owns at the southwest edge of across from the swimming be brought within the city He stated that he plans to develop a trailer meeting state and city and a motel on the The building formerly housing Loops LP Gas Service will be converted into a Loop Continued on page A4 GMC Elects m m m DeSh Elton Monticello in surance and real estate Tues day night was elected president of the Greater Mondcello He will take office July succeed ing Les local Rudy Monticello electrical firm was elected vicepre DeShaw and Don Bergman were reelected secretary and Directors named atTuesday even ings election were Ted Jerry Arnold Poock and Bill Holdover board members are Ray Ted Jim Nel son and Bud In other business affairs at the groups regular monthly meeting the membership committee an nounced total of 66 members have signed up to date for the 1962 1963 All member Continued on page A4 aw ana Beramann h P ELTON COPLEY MONK DESHAW DON BERGMANN   

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