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Morning Sun News-Herald (Newspaper) - June 13, 1974, Morning Sun, Iowa LOUISA COUMK AUDITOR 0 YviOT cc VOLUME NUMBER 39 MORNING IOWA 52640 JUNE 1974 Junior Coon Wins Primary Election TheiPi icTwere 193 ballots cast in the primary election held last Tuesday in the Morning Sun pre cinct and Alfred polled 143 and was no minated for the Louisa County Board of Supervisors and was victorious over the Jane Democratic can didate for Louisa County Record received 40 votes here and will run against Elda Matthews Republican nominee for the Co unty A local Robert Moore was unopposed as a Republican Candidate for the County Attor He polled 128 votes in Morning Sun received a mar gin than 500 votes over George the Republi can race for Stan ley will run against Democratic John who was in the November County results are as follows Republicans Hayes425 Democratics Gan Sch Pal Fitz gerald Hermann Local election results include Republican Stanley Mill igan Leach Ray Neu Synhorst Smith Baringer Lounsberry Turner Lindeen Strothman Swanson Matthews Deam Moore Hay es Coon Township Wheeler Mauer Democrats Culver Mezvinsky Gannon Rasmussen Schahen Palmer Miller Robinson Forret Fitz gerald Erickson York Hermann Schmeiser Hudson Write Ins Newell Eugene May lone Robert Samuels Lois Ham ilton Wilma Bryant Muzzle Loaders Here Pictured above is Jerry Mallett of a member of the Flint River Muzzle Loaders Club headquartered ia West He loads and shoots his muzzle just as it was done in the The club will appear in the Pride In Patriotism Parade here on July Av demonstration of shooting and tomahawk and knife throwing can be seen at the high school grounds follow ing the Most members have authentic costumes from the period and make a colorful display at shoot ing and Muzzle loading is a difficult It takes about 18 seconds to load a rifle and 100 shots a day makes a lot of Some of the club mold their own lead bullets and make their own More pictures of the club are on display in the NewsHerald Stop by and see a sample of what can be viewed at the Annual Fourth of July Parade at that Hobbs Attends Boys State Barbecue Pit Ready For Action Several members of the Morn ing Sun Lions Club have been very Saturday and the men worked on the barbecue pit at Locust Grove The old which saw one year of blew up Pony League Opener Todd 17 year old son of and Howard Hobbs was selected by Hays Scott Legion Post to attend BoysState at Camp The event was held June Todd will be a senior this fall and is active in wrest and He served as a councilman for the Boys where there were 820 boys attending from all over the state of On June the were in charge of the proceedings at the State House and Andy Anderson of A del was e lected governor at Boys State by his Representatives at tended from the following area towns New Lon don and Color Film At Yarmouth Baptist A THIEF IN THE a new color will be shown at First Baptist Yar mouth on June at A THIEF IN THE NIGHT is a mighty motion picture about Bible It shows what can happen when Jesus Christ re This exciting story centers around an average girl caught up in living for the pres with little concern about the What happens when this thinking finally catches up with her provides an action unforgettable The fast moving pace includes a young man confronted by a deadly Asian a young girls daring escape from and a takeover by The Imper ium that regards properly as enemies of the Filmed on location in this picture portrays with devas tating reality the Biblical pre There will be no place to A THIEF IN THE NIGHT was given the Best Film of the Year award by the National Evangelical Film Foundation of Valley The lead Miss Patty Dun was given the Outstand ing Female Actress award at the same The film has been produced by Mark IV of Des The public is invited to The Pony League Baseball team was triumphant in its first game of the defeating Winfield Union Monte Dill re corded his first giving up only six with two more com ing from reliefer Steve Inghram in the last Morning Sun stalled a late inning after Winfield scored twice in the six th inning to make it Morn ing Sun got six of its runs in the first inning as it took and kept the Making Plans For Be watching Vacation Church School at the Presbyter ian and Methodist Churches July This will be held from 9 to 11 for Pre schoolthru 6th This years theme is We Need Each More details last year as the fire grew The meat was cooked to perfec even The previous pit had served the club 14 So the new pit has been patterned after the original accord ing to Eugene who has been in charge of the barbecue in the past Friday the men tore out the old one and built forms and pour ed footings Mon Ideal Concrete from West Burlington concrete as several men worked all So the pit is ready and the meat has been ordered The Lions barbecue is on for the an nual Fourth of July July 3 and Day Camp At Mediapolis Mediapolis Girl Scout Day Camp will be held June 17 22 at at Chautauqua park in Girls should bring 2 clothes a sack lunch except on cookout then bring table Juniors should bring jack knife and Junior In case of Day Camp will be held at Mediapolis Announcement will hopefully be made over KBUR about In the event of severe storm warnings or tornado par ents should pick up campers or make Q olden Wedding and Warren Allen of Morning will observe their 50th Wedding Anniversary on June 23rd at the Morning Sun Methodist Open house is from 2 to 5 All friends and relatives are in Warren Allen and Ruth Rich were married June 1924 at the Baptist parsonage in Pleasant by Frank They are the parents of two Betty Jennings of Pleasant and Ardith Archers of Costa who will host the The couple requests that gifts be
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