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Albia Monroe County News Newspaper Archives Jan 17 1966, Page 1

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Monroe County News, The (Newspaper) - January 17, 1966, Albia, IowaIt s news to the weekly almanac weather Lily George official weather observer High Low one and a half inches of Snow on the ground Jan 13 one Inch of on the ground Jan 14 one Inch on the ground Jan 15 one Inch on ground Jan i and one Inch on ground Jan 17 Albia prices quoted Are As of 10 the Day of publication change daily where prices paid vary among local produce houses highest prices Are quoted no 1 butterfat no 2 butterfat in in Large clean straight run a Large a medium b Large checks dirtiest a Small pee wee Loc auction wednesday Jan 19 Erv and some household Furni Ture eight Miles Southeast of Albia on the county g Road Darby Friday Jan Chinery and feed four West of Sale barn and one mile West of Hileman in h Road 12 noon Joe owner admissions Jan nuwame Clanin re 2 John May 418 second ave e Donald Van Dalen v Fay Repp n b St mar n m Griffin 304 Washington ave w Brian Var e Tina Marie i Jan Ballard 122 second St mrs marry Neal Blakesburg mis John Cov Rte 2 Grace Tedford 407 ton ave f Mike Haley res Haven Marv f Evans 403 a ave f Michael a Peterson Rte 5 mrs Wilbur ens Rte Hubert Reeves Rte Steven on 5 questions answered on Oral polio clinic editor s the following questions and answers con Cern the Oral polio immunization program for Monroe county when is the Oral polio Jan 23 1966 where will the clinics be answer at three locations in the ill Lovilia school 8 to 12 2 Melrose Community Hall 9 to noon 3 Albia court House 1 to 8 who is eligible to receive the answer All residents of Monroe county Over the age of six months question the vaccine 50 cents no one will be turned away How is the vaccine 1 the vaccine is Given in water from a paper cup 2 the vaccine is Given on a sugar cube Are there any harmful such As fever or slight illness As a result of taking the Oral polio vaccines have been administered to millions of persons with Little or no attributed to the vaccine How does the vaccine work after it is swallowed the vaccine particles multiply in the digestive tract to work building up tors Call these Are what provide Protection against polio How Long does immunization from polio last after a person takes the answer current research indicates a Booster dose is needed about every years How Long after a person takes the vaccine does it become effective in providing answer from two to three weeks what about those who have received pre Vious Salk polio a Complete of two doses of Oral vaccine is recommended does this vaccine provide Protection against All types of yes there Are three types of polio known to medical science and Protection against All three types is included in the Oral vaccine How Many doses of the vaccine Are two doses spaced about eight weeks apart Are necessary for initial polio immunization after the initial two doses a Booster is needed about every two years what Are the advantages of Oral polio Cine Over other the ease with the vaccine can be Given Mouth instead of by injection is a big age another advantage is that this polio vaccine Vides what doctors Call intestinal immunity against polio thus the individual is not Only immunized against polio by being provided with antibodies in his blood but he is also made immune from being a Carrier of the disease and fore cannot transmit it to other immunized people can the vaccine be purchased anywhere and taken by in no it is available Only through doctors and recognized institutions Why is it necessary to take the vaccine now when we do not have any incidence of polio in this answer the nation is enjoying relative Freedom from polio right now but it is Well known that this disease comes and gees in Waves Thore is therefore no Assurance that the the present situation will continue by the same Token we do not have any cases of smallpox vet we continue to be against this disease j he principle is the same and through this Oral vaccine we Hope to make polio As rare Morrow As smallpox is today experts feel that it is better to conduct a program like this before an epidemic strikes than wait until it is Here what does the vaccine taste answer it is a liquid designed to peal particularly to children who Are very susceptible to polio would an overdose of the vaccine be no in carefully controlled tests measured overdoses of the vaccine have been Given with no harmful if my child has a cold will receive the i -4 answer yes unless the cold is a severe one or unless it is accompanied by a fever if in doubt ask Jour doctor can i obtain additional information or answers to other questions on Oral polio from your doctor or the local Public health nurse if i had Type i and Type ii in 1963 but Type iii what should i you should take the Oral vaccine Jan 23 and again March 27 to be sure you have full Protection mob r o e monday january 17 1966 vol no 3 i on Section Page Don t delay getting 66 plates deadline is feb 1 Grace Keelon treasurer fearing a last minute Rush Al the feb 1 deadline those who Haven t in for licence do is indicated that there will be a statewide crackdown on motor vehicle registration violations Vear in past Vears there was a Trace period before v Ere Tor failure to have proper plates this year they Are expected to Start immediately after he feb 1 with More vehicles to be Iowa in than Ever before and particularly with our of an Boll ble enforcement Dat a be Doin and oui user a favor in plates now said Jack ii lev acting director of the stale vehicle division fur the Best serv lev Sain know your licence plate or by ing registration receipt Ember the color of your be hide mrs that Sale of in the Are Well Are now in or More than Hei office is about ahead last Vear Al tins time teacher pay is main item for school Board tonight a i county s births deaths decrease from 64 to 65 s of Albu com i v in a special i a to a pro is n a for s in a Cost her Wuh a Vear i h St a Hei basis by fur a Anil compile that h ii b the Supei office in a Cher 1 at i in put the average Wilh i Central con s old i a Nev Board v at -.1111 ii b i act i 1.1 Auis e i u k n in 11 i a n p i Ruth has rained the Nev v m ill us this i Board is slate v Ork or the 1 in at tonight i i re to to i Sani v the i he i schools r Hie of 1965 there were 108 births 114 deaths 70 marriages 15 divorces and two adoptions in Monroe county to Sta compiled by mis Gertrude Larson clerk All except invoices decreased from 1964 figures for the last five show a general Ica or births and deaths marriages remained about the same and i increased during these years in 1960 there were 153 births 143 deaths 80 marriages 10 i and four adoptions in 1961 there were 132 births 99 deaths 54 marriages seven i and no adoptions in 1962 there were 135 births 126 deaths 65 marriages 10 and no adoptions in 1963 there were 135 births 115 deaths 73 marriages 12 i and 11 in 1964 there were 127 births 118 deaths 71 marriages eight divorces and five adoptions the bumper Vear for babies in the county since 1947 were the Jears 1953 when there were 173 babies born and in 1956 with 171 in 1947 were 110 births in 1948 there were 101 in 1949 there 97 in 1930 there were 104 in 1951 there were 105 in 1952 there were 85 in 1953 there were 75 there 153 in 1958 and 158 in 1959 in the Gutcher to head Extension Council the Monroe county Al Extension Council held its meeting with the Fol lowing officers Man Ralph Gutcher vice chair Man mrs Lawrence Amoss mrs Charles and treasurer Ivan other members of the Sion Council Are George Melrose Walter Lahart Albia cd Ryan John Sayies Albia mrs Newell mrs John de Hollm Rake Ronald Blakesburg and Bob Carr Rosc the group will meet the Ond of each month of 1942 and 1943 there were 207 and 183 births the Vear 1953 saw the largest number of divorces there were 19 divorces in 1953 and 1959 Ili in 1955 and 3 in marriages from to in the 81 in 1958 both 1955 Arul 1956 had 113 deaths with 123 n 1959 and in 1958 marriages m the county he tween 1900 and varied w in there were 173 in in 1915 159 in 1925 46 in 1943 74 in 1944 92 in 1945 and 78 in 1955 in addition to 111 in the 1965 there were 37 residents whose death occurred outside the thai v ear cites concer drive aides the cancer drive will be com up in april and for who wonder what benefits derived from it the Roe chapter of the Anier ican cancer society has these available from the chapter s loan closet Are Hospital wheel chairs crutches bed bed pails and urinals Small items in the wishes to i should mrs James or a need t be a cancer patient t i borrow these for cancer patients chapter pro ides Nar time nursing care p housekeeping care Tion and dressings for organizations that like program materials the Ter Wili provide films exhibits anyone who would like to living memorials pay to the i Mory of i departed loved one should Chi tact mrs a e s the phone number is 9325145 those seeking i about any of the services Avail Able from the local chanter m Contact mrs Clint tar chairman to the salaries of ill More in line schools i be also As a i 1 mrs Ink tails tin a of a k in n l a i Foi a with school a t a i he Voltl Oiler e in in group protests Allison release and and Monroe Iov the office the Hoard of Iso s this to release of and removal of the from thai area supervisor Harold Depp in s release he and v in directed at Repp the thai his for against of Allison personal the stated that Al Tuite for Al evasion of stale income lax the Issue took on further Pous of a v Hen he Lav 1 Allison Kepi n v a up is Kepp in i lie in the in and Tov of the of Hal area i us of m the v de and Mick Alison an of the court i id said he Load i that a a it his la tile and 1 tickets on v on mom irm to toe annual of the Albia r of t he held to the Church n of ticket sales Are Jim and Kenneth Geer co of the in Mure m n into tiie s shop the machine i because it is operate stated slut the two Tov he As and better the past the listed hour during v Inch time visors voted to the of it that he would up on his former decision to release Allison is a Democrat his term Jan i the chairman is also a Mcgee buys John j e a re 1 Lor 1 Dell night tonight shapes up As a meeting night in Albia a Tenco farm Socia Tion meeting for members and prospective members will held this evening at in the Monroe county Extension office the Monroe county advisory committee so meets this at in the Iowa Southern building other meetings include the Albia City Council in a Lar meeting and the Albia Community school District s Board of education in a special ing 1 i to line i Tal i thru t it e Are d con ill new thai tin v bavi do mice v m lunch for the mis i Ilia Aie for i an a e he service of i he of these Loake ii i time of from j new said i has been clone m schools but not in u of that Aie on an r he thai 1 the there v Foi school in ail is m the Are Foi i also announced thai 65 total Carrie in j in four adult wolves v of v i 90 or to one adult Wolf wolves i me Wolf and mrs is cub Charles Glenn is sentenced As to i v for v Inch afternoon a of i c weapon he by i lie v on a v ear of the to the to read o improve the Oral of the child to Hen of the t u tile in of books to prov a in i Els devel j to find High us to increase the Reading Van Dalen hurts hand in Accident Van 54 v to his left in a last in Monroe Hospital and is pot expected to and Fin at first it v his n id tile finder e v be off at the Jor a piece of his j finder had also taken off but was found in a e later on and grafted bark on a surgeon from in for was Corn lib into truck v to is he v with his or old place five of Albia pm old i s a 34 Nen had been having elevator v hich had came off just before i he Van thought elevator was out of he tried to make an ment Book rental due to Cost of school books and Trie Larue in the Albia Community District will raise Book is a Vear Jan 17 this applies to All grades kindergarten through 12 baseball an Al Lomm meeting v ill be held at 7.30 in american Home of officers will be held and plans be made for the new Vear during an Winter Albia can expect nearly 30 inches of Snow that has t been the Case to far this Winter with Only five inches to Date the biggest Snow was dec 24 when three inches fell the Inch on Jan 13 still is providing some picturesque scenery drive Snow sledding ing and Fine sledding shown Here taking advantage of the Winter sport in the West part of Albia Are two different groups in the photo with Jefferson elementary school in the background Are left to right Jim Mcdowell Chris Crall Joe Mcdowell and Don Coady Marty Crall Brad Peterson and John Stuchel left to right Are the Sleigh ers getting ready to take Down the slope in the other Ture

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