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Ruthven Zipcode (Newspaper) - October 7, 1971, Ruthven, Iowa RUTHVEN ziPannp 5 Oct. 7 1971 N1WS ELSIE KING HONORED For 5 to be elected: Joe Conlon Darlowe Hansen Marvin Enns Victor Hanson Miller Jerry Reuhle Leonard Schmidt position as Manager of the ing candidates: Farmers Coop Elevator In RutH-For Mayor: "Bob Cole. Ed Marxen yen. He will leave the 15th of; the month for where he will of an, Elevator The Honkomps are a, fine family and a real asset to our community. Bob has pro- vided needed leadership at the Elevator, and in his six years here has done much to make it a sound financial in- stitution. a hard wor- ker, a pleasing person- ality, and he, his wife'Char- lotte, and children'Mike, Jane Jimmy will be missed by the many friends they hav made in their years at Ruth- ven. It has been my pleasure to be in close association with Bob through my connection with Zipcode in our 5 years of publication. I maintain there is no arguing with sue cess, hope Zipc ode has been a part of it. Bob MiguireJ old son of Mr. MrS. Louis Maguire, was seriously injured in an automobile accident near Fort Dodge Monday night. He was taken by ambulance to Roches- ter; where he is in an intensive care unit. Mail will reach lory's Hospital, Rochester, Minn, Congratulations to all these candidates who have filed. is gratifying that there are people in our city that are int- erested enough in our welfare to expent their time and energy in promoting city affairs. RUTHVEN ENTERPRISES The Board of Directors of Ruth- ven Enterprises met Tues. evening at the Ruthven Social Center. [The meeting was called to or- der by president "Mildred Lar- ,.who conducted the regular business meeting. Enid Hansen gatfe a reading about the Flag, to honor Flag Codelfonth. Following the meeting the Auxiliary members honored Elsie King, our continuous service in the Ruth- ven Unit for 50 years. Marcia Barber, accompanied by Mr. Christiansen, sang a medley of World War songs, and Iva Ped- ersen read the history of the organization, from its begin- ning in 1921 through years Elsie was President. Mrs. King was presented a gift, bracelet with Auxiliary emblem, and a certificate recognizing were discussed. u His grandparents, Mr. Mrs Bill "Peter son of Ruthven, uncle, Arlyn Peterson of Graettinger, spent Tuesday with him. Of the H applications for occuJwhite pancy, c-nly 2 firm commitments .have been made." Applications are still being accepted for the other 2 apartments. If you would care to see an apartment before making up your mind, and Open House is being planned for about a week before moving in date. Progress continues to be ahead of schedule. The exterior paint- ing will be completed by the time this paper reaches you, and in- terior painting will begin today. The remainder of the fill, walks and landscaping should also be vras served from before the week is out." Curiousity seekers, take a drive by_this new building. PUPPIE3: English Shepherd, Labrador cross. WILL GIVE AWAY. Carol Rosacker Ruthven, la. 837-5289 DON'T FORGET this week-end is Homecoming at Ruthven Hie School, with all the attend- ing festivities. Read the school news for details. FOOTBALL fridayevening, Ruthven Vs. Our wish for the school is that this beautiful weather will last over Thurs. Mr. Mrs. Marvin Wigdahl re turned Tuesday a week's vacation. Canada and "enjoyed the beautiful lakeshore drive. Miss Kathryn Currans spent Sunday and Konday at Marion and Iowa City. The Junior Woman's Club is sell- ing flowers for Homecoming, Oct. 8. Mum corsages will sell 1-50, "and boutonnieres for Proceeds will be used for Scholarship for a Ruthven High School student. available from any Largey pouring. AUX- and Legion members shared this great occasion with KLsie_. 'Mrs. Francis Haar was a "There are 5 living Charter members 6f the Ruthven Auxili- ary Mrs. Elsie King is the only one years of continuous service in the Ruthven -Unit, AUCTION NOTICE An Auction will, be held Oct. 23 at P.M. of the 2 story house, property of R.L. Logan, located 1 block west of Wigdahl Hardware in Ruthven. NORVIN OLSON, AUCTIONEER. a ders, 837-4.815. VIOLA CIRCLE, ZION LUTHERAN CHUROfl, will hold albalce sale at Ruthven Social Center on Sat. Oct 16, starting at 9 A.M. Coffee and doughnuts will be served, with free will offering for this. 6 NOTICE- The Lost Island Lakers boys 4.-H Club will meet Oct. 18 at the home of Dan Berkland. Please notice the change of date NEW ARRIVAL Mr. Mrs. Toland are the parents of a who "was born on Oct, 1, and has been named Kimberly Sue. She has 3 sisters. Mr. Mrs. Clancy Toland are the paternal grandparents. SUPPORT ZIPCODK ADVERTISERS, THEY MAKE THE PAPER POSSIBLE. Mr. Bob Rauhauser and boys; Mr. Furl Rauhau- ser family of Fort Dodge; Mr. Mrs. Jack Johns family of Everly were Sunday visitors of Anna Rauhauser. Jim Johns has just returned from a 4 year tour of duty in the U.S. Army, FOR SALE A CORHET, IN GOOD CONDITION. MPRVIN THOMPSON 837-5249 Loretta Gates is a pat- ient at the Spencrr Hospital recuperating from surger-r.
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