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Albia Monroe County News Newspaper Archives Sep 26 1966, Page 1

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Monroe County News, The (Newspaper) - September 26, 1966, Albia, Iowa4 i the weekly almanac it s news to by George Seibert official weather observer Low sept sept 23 sell sept sept James Bussey sept 25 mrs Bob Billings second ave e Thomas Quinn Des Moines Jack Shehan 322 third ave Al Vicki Peter son 37 ave w Albia prices quoted Are As of 10 a m in the Day of publication prices daily where paid vary among local produce prices Are no 1 butterfat 67 c in 2 butterfat la Large clean Strah a a b checks i dirtiest a pee it run is admissions sept Powell 326 s b St sept 22 Hart 222 Fouth Aie k Juhn d Walsh Rte 1 Susan Comer 1209 k k mrs John by 509 fourth e Orin Hull Brees nursing mrs Ger Aid Billingsjr Des Floyd b Moravia mrs Roy Cooper n fifth Carol e Rte 3 sept 23 John s Soukup Lakeview Minn mrs Raymond Reed n ii Jennie f s main St William a Derson Rte 4 sept Ard Leech Bia Gene k Lathen Rte 1 Sample copies More than 6300 copies of the Albia will be printed for thursday Dis As a sampling is be ing mailed by the newspaper to subscribers throughout the Monroe county area in an adjoining counties Carrier boys will deliver to every Home in and thursday after noon mail delivery will be made to All residents in Melrose Russell Moravia Blakesburg Hamilton and sey and to Aii Rural patrons in mail routes out of those towns also Sample copies will be residents on Albia and Lavinia Rural routes Bonniejo Parker Rte 5 Carol Kate 3 mrs Kate Wanda Wallace Rte 1 Hoadley Kate 1 Ethel 122 a ave w mrs Herberer Washington ave e mrs George Seibert 121 Benton ave e Linda Lou Carlson mrs Ernest Davis 814 second a1 e e Elmer e Nixon Judy Chidester 327 s second St Richard w Proctor Unionville Floyd b Simmons Moravia red Brooks Moravia sept 22 a son 8 in of Monroe Hospi Lay to or and mrs Jack Ester or Albia sept 20 mrs Louise of Keokuk in Keokuk sept 23 Paul Gilbert Good 68 at Iowa lutheran Pital in Des Moines sept 23 Kathy 18 of in car Accident near sept mrs Harry Neil 83 in Sopt mrs Roland Stasek 39 in Albia Justice mayor Burnside sept 6 Chester j Hayes of Tov n improper passing fined and costs information filed Iowa Highway patrol James e Summers of Albia sex noise fined and costs information filed by Albia police department sept 7 Ivan l Boland of Centerville improper passing fined 510 and costs information filed by hip sept 10 Stanley d of of speeding fined and costs information hied by hip sept 14 Mike n Williams of Albia speeding fined and costs information filed b hip sept 15 Gerald n of Albia speeding fined and costs information filed by hip Richard l Alexander of Mel Rose speeding fined and costs information filed by hip sept 17 Bacon transient cation fined is 50 information flied Albia police department Gregg o Aldania transient in continued on 7 Potts is county chairman of Young Lowans for Miller Robert Potts of Franklin has been named Roe county chairman of Young Lowans for Miller a statewide organization of Young people who Are campaigning for the re of senator Jack Miller Potts is also chairman of Monroe county Young cans was appointed by mrs John Piatt or of Davenport senator Millers state chairman for Young voters your Lowans for Miller Are being organized in every Iowa county and Are to Pate actively in every phase of the senator s Campaign on a Cal George a Wilson of Des Moines state Campaign chairman said senator Miller has always very impressed by the capabilities of Iowa s Young ple and is especially pleased by their enthusiastic support of his Campaign for re election monday september 26 vol Check Kendall place has a new Gas Furnace bought and paid for compliments of the United food Market Ray Kenyon local manager is shown presenting a Check for to mrs h c Peterson chairman of the Albia woman s club ways and Means committee watching the Ings Are mrs Leora Ritchie Secretary and mrs Russell Ford committee Man the new Furnace now in operation replaces a Stoker contributions wiil go for doors windows and insulating the attic tha Check is from the United food Market the group hid just checking Over the new in when this picture was taken the same hot water system was kept Airport dedication to be big affair being made now for the oct 16 dedication of the new municipal three Miles Southeast of Albia Cate the event will be one to member a is planned for the sunday Celebration with a bean feed for visiting at 11 30 a m the official dedication will be at 2 invitations Are being sent to a Range of government and for the cation sponsored by the Albia chamber of Commerce and Roe letters from de Nedderman chairman of the Airport tee which includes Robert w Larson and Robert l Are urging chamber Bers who Contact with com or individuals having planes to Ite them Heie chamber members Are also boing told to inform their owning friends and contacts hat the paved is open for use that it is and that fuel and service will be available from the Airport Ator Robert Taylor after oct 1 Taylor will be moved into the shops building by oct 1 and both this maintenance building and new t hangars will be in use by that Lime work on the buildings ing completion since Tion of the runway and lights the Airport has been in constant use Day and night the main part of the program is now being firmed up 1 1 be on hand to sell and at least will be Here to first Day can 2 1 e o e r m ii rides v Antin on the bring addressed stamped airmail to the chamber office county s Seles increase is second Low in area annual farm Bureau meeting Here oct 11 the annual meeting of the Monroe county farm Bureau will be oct 11 the now nearing its year include Pancake and sausage to members and their families from to 7.30 Lawrence Everett of new Sharon District eight chairman will be on the program Flection of officers a business meeting of farm Bureau policies and issues will conducted a plaque be presented to the Kietzman or family Rte 5 Albia the family is one of 32 in the state named to re a certificate in recognition of its safety attitudes and ties Over 100 Are expected at the annual meeting which Drew last entertainment and prizes again be features Kenneth president is members to and take part in a free meal important business and fun other officers Are James son vice Lloyd am Irons Secretary and Ivan quist treasurer Monroe count v had in retail sales during the to Quarter of 966 according to ures from the state tax sign this was a 98 per Over the of year in counties Hie of increase As by sales lax ranges from Low of 9 per cent to 247 c it retail sales f r Monroe county during Quarter show a total of 241 re turns which comes to Albia accounted for 159 returns and and 35 re turns and 52 Consumers use tax for the came to 14 Ami use tax collections by the county on motor to 87 in tax Revenue ibis indicated sales in the Conn f period of re All 90 Owa is s a 157 per cent Sam in tiie first Quarter of 1966 compared to previous period a year the total sales for the first Quarter and increase Over the period a year in sales for a 9 per cent 225 271 in for a 166 per cent increase in sales for a 154 increase for a 158 or a 14 cent e per cent increase Van Buren county had a 21.5 Cert Ana Keokuk a 24 7 per increase poppy Day Here oct 1 4-h week sept 24 oct 1 All homemakers invited the 4 h program has been marked by change since its inception More than 60 Jears ago says Monroe county director James d Johnson greater variety of educational projects More emphasis on the improvement of the boy and girl and a program with Appeal for Young people everywhere arc some of the changes the agent pointed out a More recent but no less important change Johnson says is the demand for 4 h in towns and cities across the country still an important educational Force in Rural America More than 77 per cent of its members reside in Rural areas nearly a half million 4-h members now live in towns and cities of 2.500 or More a decade ago 86.5 per cent lived on farms and in Rural areas and 13.5 per cent in Urban areas to meet the changing needs of youth 4-h has increased its projects and ties among the new offerings automotive care and safety Home management personality development conservation dog care and obedience and Community these Are being supplemented with fied activities of career Tion science health recreation Public speaking and for the Young person with suitable facilities the in Standard projects Are highly recommended director Johnson invites All Young people years of age living in Monroe county to learn of the opportunities offered by 4 h they Are to Call his office at Alma now is a particularly Good time to in quire about 4-h with new groups forming and established be ing reorganized during National 4-h club week sept 1 adult Volunteer leaders inter ested in working with youth Are needed men and women willing to assist boys and girls develop to the fullest their and leadership abilities Are in to Contact county Extension director Johnson laundry clinic Here oct 7 14 to an clinic is extended All in county the clime will be t i from i j 3.30 p d u the i w i 1 Onil and r ment male John Fumii Iowa j a c of Pel nut Etc r of v ill be in v Uli aged before what to look in and the kind of needed after will lie e laundry and work t another to the the r v Arel elude v u oct 7 v ii Fadi in i will de v ill t on hold and spot d slain Al be a major will the new Pes of and will be throw away Board As the character to 11 will be i v from area As to the different re of and different t Ater Are i their water he of a v Ater f Del 14 will o an prod Shn it credit credit things to will for i of in of the r in i an Sim f in the of on hand about their the Coure a p be is 50 Duaso be in v be from or f of tiie Albia co Valley i e micks and Firestone Vernon appliance Sears co and j i needed oct 1 school enrolment Here at decrease of 22 mrs Neil 83 Dies saturday passed at her official registration for the sent the depart of Public 2.030 students in the schools Jear this is 22 less than figure of the school at 683 had an increase this year from year s 664 total elementary Pupin came to 1.347 this to 1.388 last this includes eighth Grade and special Tion students since these v Ere sent into the state there Bee i four More students remoter in the elementary schools and four More in the school this the figure Doun to 18 less students than last year in of the elementary schools in the District is this Grant has 161 dents compared to 174 last Jefferson has 156 this com pared to 137 year Lincoln has 236 this Jear compared to 249 this to year has i1 95 tins year to 122 year and has 227 this year to 245 year the Are 258 enrolled in i compared to 276 year in kindergarten through seventh indicate the have a n in Erica in outnumber v i la one f in red 18 of has boy s arid has 4 to and Washington has 102 25 enrolment Grant boys girls 14 1st 16 2nd 11 3rd 13 4th 14 continued on Page 2 to each 157 62 13 11 8 mayor Eugene proclaimed let 1 in Albia the annual Sale of poppies by local veterans of is done to raise for and and the v and of deceased in the proclamation i ail patriotic to a As mite evidence of our gratitude t the men of the country v to risked lives defense of i he freedoms v e continue to enjoy As american off Campus class held Here mondays in child ment taught mrs Loretta Rick the Drake off College if fored at ine Albia school on mondays at 6 30 p started sept 12 at time registration was held Albia is one of 18 communities participating in Drake s off pus classes the classes meet Ries three semester hours credit tuition is per semester hour or for each and is once a each course payable at time of Jaycees dinner is tuesday night Monroe county Albia Jaycees will have a dinner Day at at Bell s Buffet follow is the dinner for All and prospective Bers a business meeting will be held this include films of the Albia Indianola football game Friday and setting up tees for october projects or Cunningham is new country club president or d w Cunningham was elected president of the Allua country club at a meeting Day of the new elected for 1967 All six 1966 stockholder were re elected 1 Are j j Bates or Clifton Man a d Delia Vedova John the three elected Are All new Jim Bales Jred Duea and or d Cunningham non stockholder i Aie Lyle John and Ford president or Tun in with i re elected Secretary user i Delia was the 1966 pre ii a d Stanley was h mrs Neil 83 away saturday Home in uru born in Monroe county she her d in and around All her life she is de her band to she was in 1904 a daughter Pence of Blakesburg funeral services will be Day at 3 at the neral Home in blah Esburg with the Rev Walker of the centers Ille first Christian Church officiating burial will be in the Burg cemetery clean Van Fossan co v have completed Tion of sewer lines in North cleanup work and repairing Cul Are now underway com is dependent on the said Albia mayor Eugene Burnside coming thursday thursday s Union an will contain stories and on the 1967 Model cars on display in showrooms of Bia thursday and Day of this week Dodge Plymouth Chrysler Chevrolet Ford and Pontiac Are All scheduled for showing this weekend also in thursday s publican will be a special Walti through was Day Tion featuring latest in Tomate laundry equipment and a pull out for checking As the family buys new automatic washers and dryers ready in waiting this year the Albia Volunteer fire de Benefit dance saturday from 9 to 12 at the Albia country club will come at a time when the department is at full Force personnel and Wise the vehicles Are shown Here ing the new White truck on the right nent to it is the which circulated for City not to soil it

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