Ruthven Zipcode, September 24, 1970

Ruthven Zipcode

September 24, 1970

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Issue date: Thursday, September 24, 1970

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Location: Ruthven, Iowa

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Ruthven Zipcode (Newspaper) - September 24, 1970, Ruthven, Iowa 'RUTHVEN ZIPCODE VOL 2O3 Sept. 24, 1970 FOOTBALL SMORGASBORD defeating a pretty well-balanced Everly Team ty a score of 34 to 0. This was the second shutout for the Rams. If there was any criticism to make, it would be have never witnessed a game where there were as many off- sides and illegal procedure penalties called. I was particularly impress- ed with the appearance of the field. It just couldn't have Church Women will bold 'their annual Smorgasbord on GOLF COURSE MEETING been prettier under the lightstHe American Legion Fall ih Ruth and the night was per fecit. Ruthven will meet Terril there Friday, Sept. 25, game time 8? 00 P.M. LESLIE SMITH Leslie Smith, formerly of Ruthven, and whose home was in Hampton, Iowa, was killed in accident Sept.19 while helping his son-in-law with farm work. Leslie was born Dec. and was married to Viola oisonMGAGEMiaiIT ANNOUNCED: Wed., Sept. 30, 1970, with serv- ing starting at 5 p.m. and con- tinuing until all are served7 The menu will consist of some Scandinavian delicacies and othe strictly American foods found at conventional Smorgasbords. See the big ad on the back page of Zipcode. PAtO ALTO COUNTY LEGION AND AUX- ILIARY will hold a joint meeting Sept. 28, 1970, at ven, beginning at 8 p.m. the Auxiliary meeting will be in charge of Mrs.; Don Graettinger of Graettinger, County President and the speaker will be Mrs. Vin cent Stangl of Carroll, Ia., 8th District President of the Auxil- iary. There will be a short program presented by local tal- ent and lunch served by the ex- ecutive board of the Ruthven Unit. of Ruthven, who survives him. Other survivors are 2 daugh- ters, 11 grandchildren; 3 brothers: Walter, of McPher- son, Kans., Harold of Spirit Lake., Haven of Golden, Colo; 2 sisters, Mrs. Frank Cole- man and Mrs. Coward both of Ruthven. ancf Mrs. Francis Haar announce the engagement and the approaching marriage of their daughter, Mary to John Currans, son of Mrs. Virginia Currans and the late Leonard Currans. Miss Haar is a 1970 graduate of RuthyenHRigh School and currently employed as a dental assistant By Dr. H.A. Tvedte of Estherville. Mr. Currans is a 1964 graduate of Ruthven High School, a 1966 graduate of Qnmetsburg Community College, and is a member of the Iowa National Guard; He is cur- rently engaged in farming. A December 4th wedding is be- ing planned. TO GIVE AWAY male Collie Puppies. Merle Suss, 859-3851 The P.T.0. will hold a meet- ing at the Ruthven Consolida- ted School on Monday, SeptT 28. The classrooms will be openedjat P M. for par- ent visitation, the teachers will be in their classrooms j fcetween P.M. and business meeting will be held in the gymnasium at P.M. following the par- ental visitation. Refreshments will TDC served following the business meet- ing. This meeting is conduc- ted for parents only. I will do Baby Sitting in my home. Mrs. Roger Krieg, 837-5540 The Iowa Association for Re- tarded Children will hold an educational session for its members on Wed. Sept. 30, at 6i30 P.M. at Stub's in Spen- cer. Special guests will be candidates for, or members of the 63rd General Assembly, "member education is impor- tant, but law makers must" We need VOUT news for Zip-ode also know the needs of the fore Tues3ay of each week, mentally us YOUR news evening by the Lost Island Com- munity Golf Course, Inc. The meeting was fairly well attend- ed and all questions concern- ing this newly formed Incorpor- ation were answered by the presiding Board Member, Attor- ney Louis Nitchals, and lay the other board members. Perhaps the most important point that was brought out was that instead of looking for- ward to any great return oh the purchase of shares, 'should consider the prestige it will give the community.. Because we are in a recreation- al area, anything added to create more interes-fc will be a definite benefit to Gene Carpenter, who has been assigned the task of selling shares, is now ready to make contacts, and will be doing so, now that everyone is familiar with the policies of the Cor- poration. His job be lightened if interested per- sons would contact him. The selling of shares had been halted for 2 weeks prior to this The shares of stock are here now, so that they can be issued immediately. Work on the Golf Course and Club House is progressing as rapidly as possible, the ground level basement has been built and the Septic tank put in; the first level be started this week. The greens will be laid out as soon as the corn is cut for sileage. From a Free Press, Aug. 15, 1923 On Tues., Aug. 7, in Emmetsburg occured the marriage of Mr. Ed- ward of Terril and Miss Alice Thu of Ruthven vicinity. The groom has resided in this vie inity for the past few years, having been employed on farms near here and Terril. The bride is a daughter of Mr. Mrs. Al- bert Thu. For the past 3 yrs. she has been a diligent student in the Ruthven high school was very popular among her friends classmates. The Free Press in extending congratulationsI Miss Pam Zielstra, daughter of Mrs. Lester Zielstra, was transferred from a hospital in LeMars to St. Josephs in Sioux ity on Sunday and is in the Intensive Care Unit Pam is one of the victims of rood Poisoning contracted at the Marina Inn in South Sioux ity. Cards may be sent to pital, but at this time she is allowed no gifts, flowers, or visitors. Lester was in this morning and she is improving, and she does enjoy eceiving cards. Pam had just started her freshman year at Jestmar College in LeMars. joins FOR SALE Wisconsin Motor, starter clutch. Speed Jack mounted on trailer, just over- hauled. Grain-o-vator 30 Eldon Lee, 837-4770 SUPPORT ZIPCODE ADVERTISERS ;