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   Atllas of Pocahontas county Iowa (Newspaper) - December 4, 1969, Pocahontas, Iowa                                 :>TATR îfi;no:!rcAr, BI/ÖG.  di vi o:; í^ i' i,; o I ;[■; 'j, i ü w b o 3 i 9  ir  _JL  ®  pr  Rfecord-Democrat  Official County  Pocahontas County's Home Paper  Official Citv  IXXXV!  POCAHONTAS, IOWA, THURSDAY, PECEMBER 4, 1969  22 pages this issue  NUMBER 43  The Quip of The Week  Many ccnnplaln of Uiclr memory, »mt ft-w of their • juds-tncnt.  Weather...  HI Lo Prtic.  November 2f> .. Ifi :î2  Novoml)cr 26 .. 11 Zi  Novcniter Zi .. 52 18  November 28 .. 12 19  November 29 .. -l.t 18  November 30 5:? 24  DecombtT 1 .. r^î 25  Dccembor 2 .. 45 32  Obscnt-r. Robert Ahlrichs  Âudion Sales  Stearns Farm Sale Mrs. Alon Steams will Iwld a completo closins out fnrm sale at the farm 5'i miles west of PocaJwntas Tuesday, E>i>o. 9, at 1:00 p.m. Bob WineRnrden and Jay Arnold aro tl>e aiic-tiom<ors. A listing apix-nrs in ihLs issuethe Recorti-Democrat  Furniture Auction Ail of the i\nna Marie Hab-ben household itonvs will Ix? sold at auction FVi., Dcc. 12, at 1:00 p.m. at the hmise one block ea-st of the Palmer State Bank. Bob Winegardon and L. F. Wcs-scls arc tlio auctioneers. An ad will appear in next week's R<h> ord-Dcinocrat.  Household Auction  A houscliold auction to settle the estate of J. R. (Ray) J«^ son will bo held on the proper t>' located 1 block south of the ea^t main business .-Jtrect In Pomoroy Sat., Dec. U, at 1:00 p.m. Bob Winesardcn ancl>Jay Arnold are the auctioneers. An ad will appear in ne>ct week's  LOCAL  OFFER CHRISTMAS SUGGESTIONS  A FRAME BARN, with Its contents of hay anij straw, was destroyed Friday morning. There was no livestock In the barn located on the Lester Hohensee farm two miles south and two miles wrest of Pocahontas. Pocahontas firemen answered the summons at 11:«) a.m. Friday. Nov. 28. (R-D ohotol  Select Mrs. Peim as Outstanding:  Youngr Woman -------------------------  Mre. Roscmarie Storr pcnn "PP'^P"^'«' health and Awlfare of Denlson l«is been selected as an OutstoMlni! Yoimtr Woman  Name Mrs. Moore 1970 President Easter Seal Soc.  J. E. "Joe" Boig, prcsiddnt, of the Easter Sea! Society tor Qrlppiea C3iildren and Adults rf lovTO, Inc., has announced tiic appointment of Mrs. Glenn Moore as Pocahontas county cliairman for the year WO.  Borg stated that anytme who knows of a handicapped child or adult \viio is "suffering in silcnce" suggest to that person's Xainily that the • Easter Seal Society has extern ive rehabilitation ^rvice available. It also has a referral service for directing rcsidcfits of Iowa to other  of Amcirica for 1969 and will appear in the annual blc^raphical compilation, "Outstandlncr Young Wmncn of America."  She has been honored for outstanding adiievementg In community scrvicc, In religious and political activities, and hi pro-fcss&mal endeavors.  From the young wwien in-cliaJed in the 1969 odltiMi of OUTSTANDING YOUNG WOMEN OF AMERICA, fifty wiU be selected—cmc frcftn each state-ras the state's Outstanding Youai Woman of the Year.  Mrs. Penn is'the daughter of Mr. Mrs. CarS Storr of Po-  services. There arc three rea-; sons wliy a handicapped person i might not be reoeivine needed treatments and sehrtccs. They are: (1) He doesn't know what facilities and help arc available: (2) He or his family cling to the old fashimed idea that a crippling conditio is stameful; (3) He doesn't want to accept "charity." "As for reluctance In accepting charity, the Easter Seal Society of Iowa believes tiwt every patient or liis family should be given the oi^itunity to contribute as much as possible to his rehabilitation. (Xii the other ha^, those can-not pay may receive the same services at little or^ no cost," rnwHniinl m men«  ! Havelock-Plover Homecoming Dec. 5  The Havdock-Plover School Is holding homecoming ceremonies Friday, December 5. Festivities with games  starting at 7:00 p.m., foUmved by tl^B crowning of the king and queen at approximately lO-"" p.m.  Candidates for king and queeii arc Linda Mart, Bemic Kuker, Vickie Trimble, Jerry Dean Blaha, Ron Lampe and Randy Hauswirth. ITie homecoming attendants will be Sandy Firevert and Tom Eberie for the Juniors, Diane Lampe and Jay Johnson for the sophomores, Paula Quade and Dayne Hubbeli for tiie freshmen, and Debbie O'Neal and David Shimon for the kindergarteners who will carry the crown. A sock-ho{>  will fnllmv tho  WOULD YOU BELIEVE the Sunday afternoon football garner Sunday nlflht at the movie», and the late, late, LATE, LATE «how helped Jim Pteflerald, left, and Brwin Rioklei» mm til« time while they waited In line at the Court Houm to ^ « lo^umbar llcen« plato for imt rhe portaU. TV  ^ penTl on the hood of the oar. RIoklef b.«.« hi. vltfl  Sit i.» Sunday .ftomoo« «.d «oelv«» piaster hte Sr^ hi. thwic. Hi WM J«»ln«i "veral, h^ «»uring th> aDsmoofi and «^"'(»SÌ *>y Jl«" f1t«B«««W w» M«w part of the nlgiA ■•»«>J**««™^ ** ^  •^»m. fr.d dhoto)  Erwin Ricklefs Gets 7é-1 Cor and Truck Plates  A car and a truck mvned by Erwin Ricklefs rf Pocalumta^ win bear the "76-1" Ucojse plates for 1370. Rickldls went to the Oxart House in Pocahontas Sunday afternoon about 3:30 and held his "first in Une" positivi imta 1970 registrations went <» sale early Monday, Dec. 1, in C3ounty Treasurer BenUece F«-att's office. i  Ricklefs has sought some of the first license {dates for several years. He received tì»e 76-1 plates in 1%8 and was third  line last year.  Owners of low numbered licenses for ttieir cars this year include:-  76-1 Erwin Ricklefs, Pocaiion-tas.  76-2 James A. Fitzgerald, Pocahontas.  76-3 James A. Fitzgerald, Pocahontas.  7&4 Walt Hifflips, Pocà^tas.  76-5 Robert D. Truelson,' Rolfe.  TM Lowell Hunter, Havdock.  76-7 Lester Hcdiensee, Pbca-^ ÌK»tas.  76^ Milton Hrtiensee, Pocahontas.  76-9 Milton Hohensee, Pocahontas. —  76-10 Beulah M. Joachims, Pocahontas.  flr;^. truck licenses sold here Monday went to Eiwin Rlddefo, Focalràntas, 76:1;, W^ter Phillips, Ptmboitfas, TcudsGU, nolfe, 76-3; ^^ Htafacnsee, Pocahontas, 76-4; H. Rus^ Tfaummft, Lauroas, 76^; Bury tlMimmk, Laurem, LeRcy JTadkiom Pitoer, 7S-7; AkyikM Votaalni. BoMfaanlu, mi X9l« Vv IMnó, Lnmn, »Mf -iM mmèfm GortitMii,  Mochîne Shed and House Fires Here Mondoy  Pocahontas Volunteer Fire De-pjuimem tnembers answered two calls Monday. A faulty range stove pipe leading into the' chimney was given as the cause of a fire at the-home oJ Mrs. Selma Gulbranswi in Pocahontas. The kitchen wall and ceiling wc«; dhmaged.  Burmng trash from an incinerator caused a fire which destroyed a wood frame machine slied on the Mrs. Roy Eichler farm soutliwest of Pocahontas, operated by Eari Welty. Mach-imiry lost included a tractor, planter, seeder, sprayer, riding lawn mower and miscellano-ous items. A nearby chicken house was tiircatened but did not catch fird. ¥?i&?ijRjermogas plant in PdcahMitas assisted firemen by hauling a 1000 gal-'on tank of water.  Gr^ Fire Firemen were summoned to put out a grass fire Tuesday afternoon two, miles north and a lialf mile east of Pocalrontas. Dennis Jackson was burning trash in a field and it spread out of contrcd into the fence-line and ditch.  Bam Burnis Fire, which originated In a house «Wch had been partially torn down, spread to a bam, burning it to the ground Tuesday evening. The location was seven miles west and a mile north ol Pocahcmtas on a farm Knowr as the "old Peterson farm." Hie bam had been Jacked up ir preparation for moving it to tlie Bob DeWall farm at Laurens. Tlie alainn was turned in bj Alfred 1\ima, an area farmer.  Pilots Safety Meetings To Begin  The seccmd annual Pocahontas area Pilots Safety Meeting will be held at the CJourt House assembly room on the evenings of December 9 and 10 frwn 7:30 *n lOm o'cloçfc.  À différait program will be held «ich evening. Tuesday evening, Dec. 9, will feature talks by Roland Nelsfm, FAA maintenance inspector, on '^Oold Weather Op^tions" and by Norman Spencer; FAA air traffic ccmtrol specialist, <m "Air "Yaffio CJontroi Prdilems."  Wednesday evening» will be dev<^ to Bill cbi^,.,Uason City .Fli«^ Service Station, m "FU^ Sei^ vice StatioQ Service« for Pilots," aod a A. Mâitlneau, FAA acddoâ prevenÉlco tpeda-list on  Community Service Attracts Many  "Die Ccftnmimlty TTianksgivlni eve service coirfucK^ at the United Presbyterian Church wai very well attended with participating churches including the United Presbyterian, Unitc<3 Methodist of Pocahontas, Have lock and Plover, SS. Peter and Paul's and Sacred Heart Catholic, and St Peter Lutheran: Ministers and priests pf the vari^ churches assisted in the service.  An offering made by those in attendance netted $105.48 foi donation to the Christian Rura! Overseas Program.  Gront City Employees 5% Pay Raise  The City Council meinbers met Monday evening in C5t> Hall. Edward Kent, city clerk was directed to draw up an industrial utility rate for multiple industrial buildings for single businesses. The city heretofore has not had an industrial rate Pay raises of five per cent reflecting the rising cost erf liv ing, were granted to full time city employees.  A review held concerning codcs of the city and the state in., regard to water and electri-utility meters. Problems cctfjceming the establishment ol a park commissicax were alsc discussed and names for ap polntment were cemsldered.  .Councilman-elect Jim Sund-berg has been sitting in on current meetings to familiarize himself with proceedings prior to taking office in Januar>'.  A Mid-American Helicopter representative was present and was askrd to submit a contract for spraying for Dutch elm disease in the spring.  Local Students in Honor Band  Four Pocahontas Corrmiunity School band students have been selected to play in the North Central Iowa Bandmasters' Honor Band on Saturday, December 6, at_. Belmond. Seniors Chuck 'I^Imer and John Podus-ka will be playing string bass and tenor saxc^hone. junior Plii! Poduska will play trumpet, and sophomore Rand.v Turner will play trombone,.  The students will rehearse all day Saturday in preparation for an evening concert. Play«^ are selected to the group by nomination from their local band instructor based on their record of instrumental achievement. Fifty-six schools will be repre-  Around We Go  An efficiency expert, we arc told, is a person who will not teke a whirl at a revolving door until ho has succeeded in making up a fourscttno! But modem Pocahontas county homemakers need no efficiency expert to tell them hew to do their house-cleaning and clean up financially at tlie same time.  They've been doinR this for ye:arg with the help of fast, thrifty Record-IJemocrat Want-Ad."!. Their no longer needed articles from the basement, attic or garage are advertised and sold profitably fast. And it's so simple. Just phone 315 and give the R-D ad taker your item.« for sale.  lazymen tonight  Pocahontas LazjTnen will meet tonight (Thursday) at Hu-dck's Dairy Sweet at 6:30. The usual entertainment will folio" the dinner.  Firemen's Annual Election Meeting  The Pocahontas Volunlrc: Fire Department held its rri;-,i lar- montl:ly meeting Tuesday, Dcc. 2. Part of the oi-dcr ol bu.<iiness was the election o! officers for the coming yrar HwrrdMcli i-ec^iv^d v-Jci .'cr chief. Tom Bollard, asst chief; fRlcliart Freebur^ anc Don Ott, captains and Orvirie Kiirlv.'! • «:['crftarv-treasurrr. '  Collect 232 Pints of Blood in Recent Drive  A total of 232 pints of blood were collected in last week's Pocahontas Ci.unfy Red Cros.s blocd drive. The Blood Mobile was in Laurens Nov. 24 and in Pocahontas Nov. 25 and 26.  The blood Ijank obtained 5^ pints of blood at Laurens anri 11 other persons were deferred because of mcdical reasons. Ir the two day.«; in Pocahontas ITS pints were given and 12 per-. ons were repected.  The yearly oticta for Poca-hcntas County is 587 and sincc this drive frll short of reachint  PociUionta.-;, the Chri.stmas shopping center of Northwest Iowa, will sta^c a huge pre-Christmn.s promotion of holiday gifts and .services this weekend. The Thursday, FViday and Saturday event is another in the series sf)onsorcd throughout the year by the relail trade oon> mittee of the Cliamber of Commerce. It highlights gift sugges-tion.s for area .shopxxrs.  .Some special .sales events are advertised in this issue of the Record-Democrat. Principally, however, the promotional event is KP'ired to giv'e shoppers in-fcrmation on what and where gift merchandi.se is mc>rt read-il.\- available. Al.so anneHxnced, Of course, is the December 18 merchandise certificate awards.  Cooperating in the S730 draw»-inn arc 80 Pon.-ihontas firms.  half that quota, it will be .......................  '-- ^"• sary for an, e.xceptionally ^ Tickets, arc available with each  purchase at narticipatinK stares.  good turnout next June if th( quota feir the year Is to be pic'..  By parucip.itin,T in the il-x^i program Ppcahonta.s Q)nnty citizens can receive free hlocd and are charged crjy for the ad-mir.i-trati'ri cf Iho bleed. However, if the cpiota is not met, there is a possibilitj' that the county could be taken cut oi the blood program.  a. r. c. meets  There wUl be a meeting cf th( Pocahontas County . Associatior for Retarded Children on De-i-f-mW»r S nt 7-.30 n.m. in th<  Each ticket has a duplicate • numlicr and the customer keeps one half of t:-.e ticket. The drawing %vill be held Decemiwr 18 at 4:00 p.m. and results will be posted in each participating business place on Friday and Saturday. December 18 and 19.  Six merchandise, awards wiU be given as follows: 1st prire, o-i-'e. $200; 3rd, $100; 4th, 5th and 6th, 550 each. Certificates will be redeemable at any p-rticipating Pocaliontas place of business, llcember 3 at 7:30 p.m. in the Sales, messages of the firms ■ f junk^'filyi ^ school educatioa participating in this "^v<!ekCTrt's liYinm In Pocahontas. I fCnntlnwd on hjwu rwpoi  »^W___ - -  TAKING PART In the ground-breaking ceremony for the constructton of a 51-bed extended care facility north of Pocahonta» Commi-nlty Hospital were Tom Juckette ff the Witt and Juckette Construction Co. of Oes Moines, pictured left to right. Mayor Joseph Schoofs, Bob Flynn, Harold Hansen, Jim Hudson, Jim Scherrman, Or; James Slattery, Rod Amlle, Bernard Shitribn and Gary Bums. The project is being undertaken by a group cf local  nnri nmtr.<Kn]nnl MAnl^ knmjvn as Cnre. Inc^. fR-D Dhoto)  MTCB»  AOS' pQob iatoreited In f«in-teg « eÑQ air i^tnâ unOlaiy aw 'InvM*d to « prdimionxy  miáiMmm ÜMt': ^ 1(V mt 7  A S1-6E0 EXTENDED CARE FACIUTY such a* tiw one will be bulH: at the irite north of ttie Poeahontu  ComnriUnity Hetf^l on HkM^^ Ground was broken M<Hiday to begin the proj^ Tfie nuntlna ,hWe >«<11 Ittye «okii>> iàl dMlgn airtl wtll be equipped and furnjtlKd with tiM latest equipimnt. It J« Imì^ ttet ttie «icUlly IMi cmi^lete« bi midrnnvmèr'or 197a Tlie, land V^ purcltMed frm t^ Community FcMndation for appn«lm«teiy f^OQQ pw  aere- yitttt arài^ «enéràl oontraetore and GrotT Ptumbtn« and Hectlna   

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