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New Market Monitor (Newspaper) - September 20, 1977, New Market, Iowa Many top shooters attend Sundays Merchandise event A large turn out for the Club Merchandise Shoot was a welcome sight for the new Thirtytwo shooters participat ed in the Fifth Bird which was the main event of the afternon with worth of In the Fifty Bird Wilbur Red Sleep of Bedford took first place for a savings bond from the Bedford National Second place went to Gary who won a shell pouch that was donated by Coast to Coast in A third donated by the New Market Super was split by Randy Teeters and Jim In two short Joe Everhart won two boxes of shells donated by the During a break in the Fifty Bird Event a Ponderosa was held for a 3 pound ham from the New Market Super With twentyone Wilbur Sleep won the ham after a lengthy After the Fifty Bird was Griff Taylor won the G E Toaster donated by F C Grace Furniture of The second savings bond HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO September 25 DELORESARGO Bank branch applied for The Bedford National Bank announced today that they have applied to establish a branch office in New Market in the former Pendergraft building on the south end of Main A survey will be taken in New giving residents the opportunity to express their To be New Market residents must show THE NEW MARKET MONITOR donated by the National Bank of was won by Ed Meek of Blockton in a 3 bird elimination Galen Lininger won a gun rack from Coast to Coast in and a shooting vest donated by Butler Gun Supply in Red in two separate A 3 bird elimination event gave a sirloin donated by the to Dan The evening was finished out with several money before all up for the clay A new Denny Web ster of joined the Club and has donated a bird dog to the Club for a details will be available at a later Tickets for a Remington Model 870 with a full choke 30 inch vent rib barrell and a Zebco 404 rod and reel set went on sale Sunday for the drawing to be held October 30 at the trap Anyone interested in the purchase of these tickets should contact a club member or stop by the There will be trap shoots every Sunday starting at 1 pm at the Club range for the remainder of the Jan Burkhard appointed to Cancer Society Mrs Jan Burkhard of the Gravity vicinity will be heading up the Education department of the Taylor County Chapter of the American Cancer Society for the year Mrs Burkhard met with her committees and Field Repre Mrs Charmion Stewart of Council on Tuesday September 6 at the home of Mrs Henry Plans and goals were set up for getting information to the residents and schools of Taylor County for the coming Others meeting with her were Mrs Elton Mrs Gerald Mrs Elvin Mrs Leo Mrs George Hermansen and Velya a program of film write or call Mrs Jan Gravity or Mrs Elvin PERMIT 6 SECOND CLASS POSTAGE PAID AT NEW IOWA 51646 101 48 SEPTEMBER 1977 IOWA Community Service The Adventist Community Service represented by Lillian Pastor Leonard and Marilyn arrived in New Market last Tuesday to take blood pressures and free of charge to New Market Approximately 20 persons registered with Community Service during their visit Community Service is associated with the Seventh Day Adventist Church and Good Neighbor Service in They provide families with necessities in the event of a Booster Club to show game film The New Market Booster Club will meet Thursday September 22 at pm in the Home Economics room at the This is the first meeting since school Plans will be made for coming fund raisers and election of It is hoped that a film of the New Market Malvern game will IKshown at this Everyone is invited to attend the Booster Club meetings and new members are urged to School house tax levy decided The New Market Special Election Ballot received 122 yes votes last Tuesday as 184 voters turned out for the The school tax levy received 60 no The passing of this ballot will enable the school to make minor Writein Tom received 88 votes to name him as new school board Bob McMullen received 82 calling for a recount as the votes were so E J of was elected director of district 7 on the area college board defeating writein candidate Nadine a vote of 132 to The polls remained open from 12 noon until 9 pm at the New Market City Hall with Guy Paul Eldon Gordon Rainforth and Herb Christie assisting through out the According to Guy there are 700 registerd votes in our
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