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Atlantic News Telegraph (Newspaper) - May 20, 1963, Atlantic, IowaWoman killed Washington Kan. A it mrs. Alice Christoffers 55, of fort Dodge Iowa was killed sunday when a car driven by her husband Ferman 51, collided with another car on Highway 36 two Miles West of Here. Christ it offers and the Driver of the other car Joe Conley of Hugo okla., were Hospi lived with injuries. The Highway patrol said Conley was at the flirting to pass another car who i is car collided head on with the Christoffers car. Notice Anita Slort will Dafin Italy Prant Quot our town Quot tuesday night at 1 00, i fish school gym. A i it to done to drive if you drink. Mhz Iii that what Frantt often a when Tom about the declaim in our com pm s physical fitness. To Ture parents can to assume full responsibility for this problem. But parents should see to it that their children get proper health care and that al fitness in t neglected in schools. Urge your local Schou officials �0 pro a physical education program that Calls for at least 15 minutes of vigorous activity Sreiy Day for All girls and boys. A Basic program has been de a eloped that is improving the it fitness of our children. It is easy to administer in any school. It posts i tue to get it started it pm improve Sny Cal my a physical fitness. If you a lira to know More about this program write tothe presidents Council on physical fitness Washington 25, d. C. In goop Fifon . I Miall Van Burma she s turning h her Pip tit dear Abby we be been married 18 years. For the past 15 years we have had a camping vacation every summer. In be camped while pregnant and with children of All Ages. We have four children now. The youngest is 2 and the oldest is 15. Our children would like to go to Disneyland. 1 done to care where we go As Long As i done to have to sleep in a tent and go without a real Bath for two weeks. What can i do my husband claims this is the Only Way we can afford to go. He Snow planning to buy another tent which will Cost $110, plus other camping equipment. We already have enough to outfit the boy scouts of America. He earns Over $12,000 a year. Served my camping Quot Home dear served Compro Mita. Camp Naar a Nica modern Motal and you Chack in while your husband Anjaya tha Wida Opan spaces. Ara Yau Sura that Biafara Yau married him Yau Navar told him Yau d Quot Liva in a Tant Quot to dear Abby i had the girls Over for Bridge last evening. A two of them left together and the third one stayed a Little longer. My husband was sitting in the den Reading the news paper. When it came time for her to go she said she wanted to Call a taxi. My husband said he would drive her Home. She said absolutely not she wanted to take a taxi. I got to thinking Why she let my bus band Driva her Home should 1 worry suspicious dear suspicious a but not about your husband. What s bussing you altar and Rosary society breakfast mrs. Bill Kiclty Van toastmaster at the altar and Rosary society Mother daughter breakfast at hotel Whitney sunday morning and the invocation was Given by mrs. Bruce Claggett. Patrice Dimig placed a Crown of Flowers on the statue of the Virgin Mary As her attendants Sang a bring Flowers to the mrs. Dick Mccauley accompanied by mrs. Charles Sandhorst played a violin Solo a have Maria Quot and mrs. Bob Hayes gave the Toast to daughters with Mary Ellen Hayes responding. Corsages were presented by mrs. Bruce Claggett to m r s. Cecillia Nolte Grace Krohn Dorothy Kurtenback mrs. Dick Mak be miss Mittierine Lewer and to Freund catechism teachers and to mrs. Charles Sandhorst and mrs. Dick me Cauley for. Their work As Church musicians. Mrs. Bruce Collett bad the closing prayer. A Blue and White color scheme was used in decorations and tables were decorated with Spring Flowers. Mrs. Don Smiley and mrs. Dave Budock were co chairmen of the program and breakfast committee. I club Calendar items for Tho club Alan Dar Mutt Loach this office by 9 30 . On Tho Day of publication. Tuatay War dads auxiliary meeting at 8 . At am vets Hall. Sack Luich. Family relations Council meet ing at George Voss Home at 8 . Wadna Day Fletcher Chapel women a society of Christian service meeting at 2 . At Church basement. Of Coleen Ireland infant daughter of or. And mrs. Wayne Ireland. Mrs. Robert Perdue entertained the Loyal women a class of the Christian sunday school thursday with mrs. Emma Van Norstrand As co hostesses. Tion by Connie Paulson. Margaret Thompson concluded the program with a prayer. Corsages and Boynton Riveres were presented to 16 mothers a liners daughters and sons. Refresh ments were serve4 by mrs. Henry Paulsen mrs. Charles Salt Marsh mrs. Herluf Jeppesen and mrs. Verl Adams. The North Massena Baptist Church study group met wednesday and seven members attended. Mrs. Nolan Stockham presented the lesson from the third chapter of romans. Mrs. Dan Darrow gave the a woman to i woman report and was the hostess. A eighty five persons attended the Mother daughter Buffet supper at the congregational Church wednesday sponsored by the shining lighters. The dining room was decorated with japanese decorations. Prizes were Given to mrs. H. A Chadwick mrs. Wray Mcdermott mrs. Harod Wahnert mrs. John Mehlmann and mrs. James Mcdermott. Following the p r o Gram by the children the affair was concluded. The a Page was entertained monday at the Home of mrs. Merle Denne at Griswold with eight members and one guest present. Mrs. H. J. Chadwick presented the lesson on Quot Equador Quot and read excerpts from letters from her daughter mrs. John Smith who lives in Equador with her husband is a representative of tha peace corps. Silver anniversary or. And mrs. Otto Dreager will hold open House at Zion lutheran Church sunday afternoon from 2 to 4 30 in Observance of their Silver wedding Aniver sary. They request that there be no gifts. Territory social of. 3i 3/. If if Batos Mundorf wadding in a ceremony at 2 30 . Monday at the Oakland Church of Cir is the marriage of Penny Bates daughter of or. And mrs. Robert Bateso it Oakland Pon Crane 241-20m we need listings Marge cran9j on sales Force i fat staff words of to Iamb old. Our stings an a Quot and we need 70w aft Loci. 7or a Nick Effi Oleal service Cah Marge or do a Balph Morman of Tell Mai. Phone s4s4394. A Ulph tia Man Rui inn need Cash fast for old Bill and new pair Cloaie see Fred at Taylor finance company inc. Cass county s Only Homo owned finance co. 13 West St St. Phone 243-1424 dear Abby my sister is Over 16 years old. She received a letter from a boy she Cor responds with. My Mother steamed open the envelope read the letter and resealed it she is proud of herself for doing it although she did no to find what she was looking for. Sis and i know that parents have charge Over their children a mail until they Are 21, but do you think my Mother should have read it secretly the other daughter dear daughter absolutely not parents can p r o 0 c h truthful Noas honesty and into. Rity from now until doomsday but their Chitren will do a their parents do Ovon tally. And Gail Murdorf son of Everett Imdorf of Griswo and mrs. Edith Hickman at Council Bluffs was Solen Umed. Hie Church pastor Rev. Robert Mattson read the double ring ceremony in the presence of tic immediate families. The Bride wore a Blue Street dress and a Corsage of Wiite roses. Or and mrs. Mundorf Are living in Carson Wiere the Groom is Emp it Yed. Dear Abby the proper clothing for 100 head of cattle is not Bermuda shorts but Moo Moos. A spun Nero get it off your Chest. For a personal reply write to Abby and Send a self addressed stamped envelope. For Abby a Booklet a How Ito have a Lovely wedding Quot Send 50 cents to Abby. Box 3365, Beverly Hilli calf. Notice Tow water Dopart Moni will flush water Mains tuesday ova Ning. May 21, weather per Mitch to. 2d1l Honor airman al a Wiliam a. Gunderson was honoured at a dinner tuesday evening at the Home of or. And mrs. Bernard Hess in Marne. Thirty six attended. Airman Gunderson will leave soon for Labrador where he will to stationed with the air Force. Hold banquet the Elk Horn Kimballton Community High school held its annual Junior senior banquet and prom Friday evening in the gymnasium. The theme was a dapple Blossom time acid colors carried out in the decorations were soft Pink yellow and Green. In the Center of the room a Large tree covered with Apple by soms was featured wit ii a Bench arranged around it and a swing banging Crom the tree limbs. The punch was served from a decorated wishing Well and upon entering the gym the students walked under a trellis covered with Apple blossoms. Serving the banquet were Ellen Madsen Diane Andersen Clara Knudsen Susan Andersen Sheryl Nelson Larry Juels Gaard Dale Mikalsen Terry Deiling Terry Nelsen and Allan Petersen. Garey Knudsen Junior class president was master of ceremonies. Kathy Christensen Susan Hansen Dwight Boysen All juniors gave talks and Richard c. Hansen gave the response. John Wilkins Sang a a Thunder Road a a a stardust and a dapple Blossom time with Merle Brown As his accompanist. G. E. Echt Dcamp superintendent also spoke and at the dance music was furnished by the Gib Risiner band. Later they went to a Midnight show in Atlantic and breakfast at school. Done to drive if you drink. Science shrinks piles new Way without Burgerjr stops itchy relieves pain Griswold groups Gordon Alley olt Tho school faculty in Atlantic we a speaker at wednesday in to a meeting of the Gri Woki Prog Exaive club at the Lionie of mrs. Dale Kues ter. Mrs. Nathan Book directed the program with the theme a key to mental health Quot and or Huey Immke on mental health a. R. Lamaster waa co4ioatess. The meeting was the last of the seasons meetings and the state theme us the year Haa been Quot possibilities unlimited Quot and the local theme a keys Quot. Mrs. William it Novau was in charge of the pledge service a a what do you have in your hand Quot at Nikurs Day a meeting of the . Of the methodist Chur i Hekl in Tao Church social rooms. Assisting mrs. Lindvall were mrs. , mrs. Ira Potter and mrs. Gene Lewis mrs. Clarence Peterson soloist and mrs. Charles Robinson pianist. Mrs. Lew conducted devotions. Hostesses were Mes. Glenn Hurlbutt Ted Houser Norma Hansen Laurence Lary Roy Ackerman and Lowell Hall. Massana groups Unity Circle met May s at the methodist Church to quilt with mrs. Harry Cole leading devotions. Mrs. Roy Stakey was in charge of the meeting. New leaders include mrs. F. D. Wei Mer and mrs. De Wagner. Mrs. E. A. Denham is the Secretary treasurer seventeen dollars was turned Over to the treasurer and serving were mrs. L. E. Whitney and Meda Whitney. Mrs. Harry Mckee sr., was tuesdays hostess to 17 Mem Bers of the Rose Garden club with mrs. Beryl swoop in charge. New two. N. Y. Samlal for the Flat time science has found a new Healing Anbi Tanee with the Aeton Ishino ability to shrink Hera or Tho ids atop it Hinr and ral Iava pain a we thong surgery. In ease after Case while gently Ali evian pain actual reduction shrinkage took place. M eat Baum tag of a a shots so Thor it High that suffer Era ma4o astonishing statements like a a Pilco have ceased to be a problem Quot the secret is a new Kealia Aab stance Blo Daee a i Seerey it a world Rameas research Ian Tionta. This substance is new Avail aug in sep Positery Ore nth a it Eno under the name Prev Fromm at All drug coun Teia. A wedding present if you Are a Bride of the past month and will bring the Coupon below to the Atlantic news Telegraph you will get the paper As a gift for one month. Name. Address. I was married. Hold Shower eighty attended a pre nuptial Shower at Massena honouring Mary Ann Riha and Ron Aupperle. Donna Aupperle played a a you Are always in my heart Quot and a Home Sweet Home on her accordion Cher Maas per formed a tap and toe dance Mains anniversary or. And mrs. William a. Mains of Casey will observe their 40th wedding anniversary at open House at their Home Sun Day May 26 from 2 to 5 . A friends and Rda Tives Are invited to attend and the couple requests no gifts. And Sharlotte Shirley and Phyllis Mehlman Sang a on Promise Cheryl Maas took care of the guest Book. The honoree was assisted by her Mother mrs. Joseph Riha of Omaha and mrs. Oscar Aupperle her Fiance smother. Mrs. Raymond Aupperle registered the gifts. Donna Aupperle fashioned the ribbons in a net Pillow. Mrs. John Aupperle and mrs. John Maas were in charge of the Tea table Niere were 23 hostesses Mes. Leroy Acker Henry Bissell George Holaday Leroy Mehlman Robert Shaver Cliff Holaday Louis Schmidt Glenn Maas John Hamilius Raymond Aupperle John Maas Harry Stapleton Jack Casey Leon Jensen Harold Way Rex Yar Ger John Aupperle Floyd Sherwin Beryl Swope and Ruth Maas. Anita social mrs. Ann Larsen was hostess last monday to 12 members of the East main neighbourhood Circle. Mrs. William l inf or presented a mothers Day pro Gram. Junior my met monday eve Ning in Fellowship Hall of the methodist Church with 22 members and the sponsor mrs. Lyle Scholl attending. Carroll Horn buckle led the Circle prayer and Janice Kaufmann conducted devotions. The lesson was taken from the study Book a what a skirting party was planned for May 20 to which future members of the my Ellioh social mrs. Robert Perdue entertained Deborah Frankki Dar chapter of Atlantic monday with mrs. Peel As co hostess. Mrs. Harold Perdue of Griswold presented a program of Organ music. Luu Day she will entertain the a do dub at a Skowor in Honorl and the Wiota my win be invited. Refreshments were served by Marin Van Aerman and Patty wadded. Fifty tour attended the meet ing of Columbia chapter Oes monday evening. Mrs. William Crawford was presented with a 50 a year membership pin. Fol lowing the session a a Mother daughter father Sony night was observed with the following program featured Reading by Nancy Scholl piano solos by Norma Stephenson and Cheryl Scholl clarinet Solo by l i n a Ohms and an accordion Selec a a plumbing repairs Hava it Dono right Tho first Timo. Phone 2434512 for Quick service Camblin in Bullocks great Spring apparel Sale first with the Tpring Bales Tomt with tha Price a Graa Teet in a election a that a what Yong la find at this great Sala of Spring merchandise at bad look a. Don t miss it. You a Dollar will 00�?� further Hera than 70a aver dreamed a a would. Dresses and Conon suits a really Beautiful assortment of Spring Draa a As and Cotton Suita. Tour a Wear them All summer. They Are cools they Are Olorf us they Ara priced to please you. Coma in Early for tha Best salvation. 8981098.1298 1498.1998 Valusa to 135.00�? Spring hats Bright it Worful Attio hats that will give any Spring outfit a not. Vaks to in $-$2-3 sups half slips Cottons he Rayons $4 values sportswear a terrific assortment a vory Thimig for Cool Summor sport War. Como in and look through our Choice select Ion. You la find Fust what you Nood to make Tho summer pleasant and keep you in Tho latest styles in sportswear. All silos but you la to delighted with Tho prices. Ice broken Siisea Only Lou pop panties $1.35 Ballon trunk Pantie Sites so a 98c $1.25 Rayon flare leg 9-10 89c $1.00 Rayon flare leg Pantie Sites 6-7-8 79c $1.00 Rayon trunk 6-7-8 79c $1.00 Nylon briefs Sise 5 79c 89c Rayon 6-7-8 69c 85c Ootton 4 to 8 69c Sprinc Coats i k some very Lovely Spring Coats in this Fine assortment. You a get years of Wear out c these beautifully tailored and newly styled garments. Bullocks apparel

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