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Monroe County News, The (Newspaper) - September 7, 1953, Albia, IowaWhat s new Duke Ifo Iberg the Monroe county news volume Lxix Albia Iowa monday september number 36 in ii years i have never participated in a Man to Man sort of father and son talk. However in father daughter relationships i am rapidly making up for lost time. At least twice a week she approaches me with the declaration "1 think we should have a Little i Tell her to have it with her Mother. I Tell her i have to mow the Lawn. I Tell her to wait until tomorrow at 4 minutes after 10. I Tell her to go out and enjoy the Sunshine to play to the limit while she May. She says her Mother sent her to me. She says she can t recall see ing me mow the Lawn in All her 11 years. She Shell be Busy tomorrow at 4 minutes after 10. She says she s tired playing. She says. I think we should have a Little of there is one delightful feature of a conversation with Ann. One is primarily a listener. Our latest began with this question Are you and second of i squirmed in my chair. Had she been Reading that report by or. Kinsey your i said is a first second or third Cousin to every third person in Wayne and Lucas counties but her relation ship to me is quite Distant by it is All right then if i break my this kid. I thought has been taking too Many fever pills. Or the Shock of returning to school has knocked her off her Rocker. Lie Down on that i advised her and Tell old father psychiatrist about your childhood. What you need is a Good Well rounded analysis. You be got rocks in your of she ignored me. At school to Day or. Sheldon said the easiest things were hardest to do. And i disagreed with him. He said like wiggling your big toe. So i took off my shoo and wiggled Bat. The Little wiggled too. So i had to hold onto so you want to break your leg to show or. Sheldon it is easy to pick up a fracture or to get the Little toes in a cast so you can wiggle the big ones without hold ing i commented. She said for me not to be silly. The reason she asked about breaking her leg was because in Moulin Rouge the artist fell Down 25 Steps when he was a boy and broke both his legs and they did t heal because his Mother and father were second cousins. I do not want to fall Down 25 Steps if you and Mother Are second i said i would not want to fall Down 25 Steps if my second cousins were second cousins and All nieces and nephews of my uncles and aunts once removed. If of if she said the movie was real sad. She said she did not care for the Story but the acting was wonderful. She said the artist did not really have Short legs that he Learned to walk on his Knees just for the picture. It was too bad. She continued that he drank so much because the Sec Ond time he fell Down 25 Steps he died and while he was on his deathbed Zsa Zsa Gabor came through the door to Tell him goodbye but not really. She asked did 1 think it was very Nice for those dancers to kick their skirts so High into he air even though were wearing Lone panties. Site said she has some now panties with a Day of the week embroider of on each pair. I j asked if her Days of the Veck panties wore Lone in Moulin Kow and she said asked sillies and did 1 think i was Nice for i Hose dancers to Kirk their Skirls so High in the air even i Hongji hey Wiir wearing Albio opens Grid season Here Friday night the boys pictured Here make up the varsity Backfield at Albia High. Left to right they Are Jerry Miletich Robert i Raines Randy Grayson Dale Watt and Larry Arnold. All Are Letterman. Miletich is signal caller. Coaches seek More polish in blocking play and rugged defensively with i offensive Power still in a state of that s Albia High Bud Bonwell. Veteran head coach and Bob Higby new assist school s 1953 football squad after coach will put emphasis Ori the first two weeks of drills. I blocking and Backfield timing in our demons make their first this week s warm up for Valley i Start in a nine game schedule a South Central Iowa conference Here Friday night against Val toc Ley High of West Des Moines. I there Are an oven dozen Rictter 1 men on the squad of 47 boys three j of. Them juniors and nine seniors. The juniors Are Jerry Miletich quarterback Robert Raines half Back and Eddie Jones end. J the seniors Are Captain John Berry Center Lyle Morgan and Mike Fisher guards Lee Visser friends buy television for Tommy Perry Tommy Perry who does t get around much has More friends than a Globe Trotter. Recently some of them bought him a television set. They had just As much fun giving it As Perry did receiving he thinks it one of the great experiences of his life. Perry. 39. Was stricken when Only about 10 years old with a Mal Ady that stiffened the joints of his i hips and Knees. He can t j must always lie Down or stand erect. I i he lives alone in a two room j House in South Albia. Bill Meyers disabled korean j War Veteran sparked the drive to raise funds for the to set. It was a loves Meyers commented. Rochler Bros. Firestone store provided the set at a reduced Cost and John Hersman installed it at no charge. Perry his contagious smile and the to receiver Are pictured be Low. On i lick 3 i reached for a copy of the Des Moines Tribune. Is is cold Day when one cannot find a Arr in a Bikini bathing suit in the Des Moines Tribune. It was not a cold Day. C c 1 Iio picture. You Uhink in is Nice for this swimmer i to be far ou1 of the Wales and so much in the i inquired j she said that was different Hal i Llic swimmer did t have any j clothes on a hardly. i said you should Hove Little talk with your Mother. And Don t break your leg i on the Way to the and Frank Bregar ends Bill Ljra ves tackle Larry Arnold a halfback who played defensive Center last season Bandy Gray i son Back and Dale Watt. Back. I lost from last year s varsity by graduation were John Peterson break away Back Dick Foster i plunger and kicker and Max John i tackle. I i there s no runner in sight yet i who matches Peterson. Bonwell j Hopes to pick up that offensive Slack however with an improved Aerial attack. He has four boys Watt. Raines and Arnold. Arnold is a 1 Southpaw. The line men arc sturdy boys and fairly uniform in size. J at the ends Are Lee Visser. A smooth pass receiver and Eddie Jones. Like Captain Berry Jones in t very tall but he makes up for the Lack of height with an abundance of aggressiveness. When the demons Are on defense. Vis ser will probably move into a tac Kle Slot and be replaced at end by schedule Here s the 1953 Albia High school football slate sept. High of West Des Moines Here. Sept. 14 conference Jambo ree Knoxville. Sept. There. Sept. There. Oct. 2 Knoxville. Homecoming Here. Oct. Moines tech. Here. Oct. There. Oct. Here. Oct. Here. Nov. There. All but the Leon. Des Moines i and Bloomfield games count in i the South Central Iowa Confer ence championship race. Feregar. The understudied on 1 wings Arv Donald a senior. And George and Kobet Johnston Soj hoir.w.1 who ire developing in big Bill Graves i a1 one Jackie. Emilii by is in first for Ollari. I but air s brine a Vul Ivd by Van Gilder. I Ono i Bill Grayson. Fisher acid i Down Wilh Jiif-1 a boil any club in Jav to bar submit autos As of arc Jerry Derby Junior. Ivi Gnall. I senior. Behind Berry ii Pivot position is Anoh Ivr Mosley. This one Wilh a initial. the other George Mosley. At end is inc same boy was the Hijii scoring on last season freshman a Pori Moir basketball Loam. Mijc Tich. Wan. Kincs. And i Grayson wiil first cars for Backfield duly. Resolves Art Fred John Berry Captain of the Blue demons checks play Dia Grams with assistant coach Bob Kirby. A Man in the Albia football offence he plays Center and has to know who gets the Ball. James Spain is one of Albia High school s busiest boys. As student manager of athletics. He has charge of All football gear and his chores Range from putting cleats on shoes to soothing the feelings of temperamental players. Spain also is president of the student Council. Rules there Are no significant changes in prep football rules. Fans will find them the same As in 1952, with this exception officiate Are Given More Lee Way in ruling Necktie tackles As unnecessary that does t mean that High tackles Are i Vegol an extra twist of the Ball Carrier s neck after motion has been stopped could result in an unnecessary roughness penalty however. Flying club plane crashes Here s the Albia flying club s Piper cub i l 8-Ball." in a Cornfield near Centerville where i1 crashed tuesday evening after running out of Gas. Piloting the plane was Cloyd holdings had. Albia jeweler now in Ottumwa Hospital for treatment of a Back injury. His fave. Was with him. She suffered severe face cuts. I newspaper is paper

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