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Ruthven Zipcode (Newspaper) - August 28, 1969, Ruthven, Iowa fcUTHVEN 'ZIPCODE'51358 VOL 28> 1969 LBSlbN MEETING meeting of Legion Post 33 will be held'Thurs. Sept. 4, at P.M. at the Region Hall. l_fhiB special meeting' called purpose cfc installing the newly elected officers and initiation of" hew members, District partment officers will be N Bill Gut hrie, State Liais lo Har old Hen7 itter, District Vice Command- Father Joint, .past, Garth Cottington, Dis t, Coordihat op. F oil owing the Meeting lunch will be' servecT. v Somevof jr6Au may wish the. very important ments that have been "tfie building. A new'suspen- ded Ceiling has been instal- led, also lighting sys- tem with-dimmers. wainscoating on the walls, the-'walls taste- fully "decorated from there ceilingj. one of tEe finest Legion Halls to be found in' any part of ,'the State. This will both an in- "f or native so all members t should make a effort to, SCHOOL 1 will be the Monday, of with.school iiTsession all :day. Special opening-day be con- ducted in front of 'the school, near th'e flag pole. "In case, of inclement'weather the program win be held in'the gym., i1 The Jsrogram will 1. band will play 2 numbers, 2. Reading of tKe American Creed by 3. Raising by "members of the Boy Scouts the band plays "the National Anthem Allegiance 5. Presentation of by Mr. A. Nelson ,6. Prayer by Legion Chaplain R. L. Logan 7. Band .plays 1 number while the Color Guard disbands 8. -School begins x Tfte public is urged to attend. _ are requested to N be at Legion Hall by or att he'school by SCHOOL BOARD'ELECTION __ i1 Consolidated School Board -election -will be held Mon. Sept. 8 at the Riithven rPolls will be open from until P. II are to be elected 'tox serve for 3 yr. terms. Candidates are Darrell Eaton and Robert Williamson, v NOTICE Poison> will be laid out at the City Dump the 1st 10 days of every month. Keep your pets away." y Albert Johnson There will be no school on Mon. 8, pf the School Board Clay Go.Fair Support Local) Stores qQLjDEBT, will obs erve Go Id en Wedd irig obs erv e their 501 hlfedding Anniversary wifih an Open yersarjr, withvan "OpenL House, tp, be House in theTFeilowslil-p Hall- held at ,Church in .Monday, September' 1st, during authvenUn.Sunday, Aug.< 31, ,the hours frpm 5 P.M. froin- 2 to 5 r l All'relatiyeSi'and' cordially1 invited to attend IPS' RATE REDUCTIUH Iowa Service Co. announced that refunds t otal- "made1 in -Sept. to all its gas custom-'' The r ef und" follows a' reduction in natural J gas i rates on July 26 is based on Customer usage from March irto July 26. It deducted from IPS bill rend-. Curing a 'month per- iod from Sept. T 10 through Oct. 10 yand "be as a credit on the bill, v% y. _ From 'wall to ho soil at all on carpets cleaned with Blur Lustre. Rent Elec. Shampooer, Wigdahls CYO RUMGE SALE AUG.. 30 be held on the Catholic .lawn, from; to: 00- A A to 4 NOTICE THE RUTBTEN PUBLIC LIB BE CLOSED ON IABOR ;QN MON.....SEPT. 1 THE SCHOOL'-30MD ;ELECTION. NOTICE- loners Country Beauty Salon will be closed from Sept. 1st to the 15th. MEETING Because Labor Day falls on the regular' meeting date1 tlie Palo Alto Co Assrn for "Retarded Children meet Tues. Sept. 2, at Rainbow School at P.M. After laat week's of apologies seem to be Regarding the Deporting of intering Barber Shop o the Zlrq; it cer-i. aihly was not intended "'to bev i barb, at the local Fire Dept. r only sin, as, 1 see it, is ot being original, for as long as I can remember, which iasr been quite, some years, has, been ,a standing ;joke in i referring to "ANY ire dep't., ihat they arev ax the samex as-, when xwin-i Jows, everyone vwho passes will "When you get through here you can come to5 my place." I might Wd that after hearing these remarks so often they are ,no longer r funny. However never thought that tiie re-x nark (would ybe Quoting a letter from Rev, Pierce, "with" which. we heartily pncur: "men are unpaid volunteers; They are' called out of their, homes day night, summer winter .weather bad. They takerrisks ,to pro- ect 'four property min'e. seem- to that tftey are deserving of our ather than our criticism. vThis gives us opportun- ty to mention that our ser-, vices are also volunteer, and fact, non-profit, as Zip- ode'is in thq RW cdlunin. I wonder who else would continue this for 3 years, and .only lear from you read era- when in ,We wbuld also like to make corrlection: Ijlev. Pierce at. the funeral of not Bev. Mb- JANTED 1-, The operation of Zip code has grown to the "place that ;we' f6r an un- paid volunteer to help us out f or about 3 hours ey Wed. BREAKFAST w The Catholic Ladr- ies will serve homemade doughnuts, sweet bread; brown- ies, juice Coffee at the Sept.' 1, A, M. r public is -gw'' LOST. a Diaper Bag, contain- ing diapers and infants clo- thingl" Please "contact Pat Hatfield. THE BUSINESS PLACES OF RUTH- VEH WILL BE CLOSED LABOR DAY MONDAY, SEPT. 1.
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