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Boone News Republican (Newspaper) - August 14, 1967, Boone, Iowa Local news briefs Tonsillectomy Dan Walter son of or. And mrs. Kenneth Walter 103 Carroll Street underwent a Tonsillectomy this monday morning aug. 14, at the Boone county Hospital. I on leave Larry Knight third class Petty officer arrived Here Friday night. Aug. Evening. Aug. 21. La from the Bahama islands to spend a 30-Day leave at the received degree or. And Home of his Mother mrs. Helen mrs. Fred sanded and miss to California mrs. Ray Cor kni8ht, 904�/2 fifth Street. At Evalyn sanded went to Daven Rick 421 Boone Street and mrs. Conclusion of his leave he per wednesday for a visit in c. E. Eklund 232 so. Story i wil1 re t0 Vietnam. He has been the Home of mrs and mrs Scott Street left by plane sunday in service with the u. S. Navy i in belter the form aug. 13, for Santa Barbara j Over 2 years. Or miss Jean sanded of Boone. Calif., for a l weeks visit with to attend Homecoming or. Sandel whee Tere they ugh Quot a no a Jam Quot a Quot new 9,8 f quoth Iowa daughter or. And mrs. James will attend the seminar and i wednesday eve Halliburton and children. Homecoming the Palmer col-1mng at the Field s at which time the betters daughter miss Barbara Jean Beiter received her Bachelor of arts degree with graduating honors in psychology. Following the commencement the group was invited to the Home of the Fred sandals son and daughter in Law or. And mrs. Thomas san port. He will also attend the in gon coasts the Columbia River j Boone news ter National chiropractors an Valley to Salt Lake City and monday Augustu im7 Nual convention. Most sessions returned through Rocky Moun will be held at the Black Hawk Tain National Park making hotel thursday aug. 17,1 Many sightseeing trips at places through sunday aug. 20. Or. Of interest along the route. They Julander will return monday j vacationed at trailer courts and Camps along the Way enjoying the various Beautiful Parks and Scenic drives. Buy lower than most. Passenger tire prices recent visitors or. And mrs. Woody Nelson and 3 children Shelia. Landy and Jimmy have returned to their Home in Dumas Texas after visiting for 2 weeks with the former smother mrs. Mabel Neely 9274 Story Street. They also visited his Brothers and Sisters in Law. Or. And mrs. Louis Nelson and or. And mrs. Bill Neely and family of Boone and his Brothers in Law and Sisters or. And mrs. Arthur Bennett and family route 4, Boone and or. And mrs. Edwin of Brien and family of Des Moines. Guest speaker mrs. R. Wil de Quot and Camuy of Iowa City for a a social evening and refresh-1 ments in Honor of the graduate. Miss Beiter who received Many gifts and cards in remembrance of the occasion has enrolled at Northwestern University at Evanston Illinois this fall to continue her education majoring in clinical psychology. B. Of l. E. Lodge notice the i Cadet Spellman in Rok training Cadet Daniel j. Spellman 23, son of or. And mrs. Edward m. Spellman route i Woodward is shown during Bayonet train of the Iowa partners of the Al ing while attending army re Hance in Yucatan. Attending the serve officers training corps dinner meeting were the Yuca summer Camp at it. Riley Tecan Young people Here on the 1 Kan. He is a student at Creigh Exchange program and their ton University Omaha neb. Nue was speaker at the Des Moines Golf and country club thursday explaining the work Iowa families members of the Iowa partners committee re of l. E. Lodge will meet i preventatives from the Iowa tire pressure gauge Morrow Oil co. 118 Mamie Eisenhower a old Howoy 30 wednesday aug. 16, at 2 p. In. At the . Hall. Nomination of officers for the next 3 years will be held at this meeting. No american legion meeting due to other activities no meeting of the american legion will be held wednesday aug. 16. The american legion Stag will be held wednesday aug. 23. Trailer Auto vacation a or. And mrs. Bruce Brolsma 1611 third Street have returned from a months trailer Automo bile tour of the Northern and Western United states and Canada. They drove to Winnipeg continuing through Canada to Banff Lake Louise Jasper National Par Vancouver Victoria manpower development mision and guests. He is receiving six weeks of training in leadership Rifle marksmanship physical Condi com a toning and other military sub ii injects. Upon successful compte-1 Tion of summer Camp and Grad received degree Dean Don j nation from College he will be commissioned a second lieutenant in the u. S. Army. Spellman graduated in 1961 from Assumption High school Granger. Ald Dittmer of Boone received a . Degree in business administration and economics at commencement exercises at Northeast Missouri state teachers College. Kirksville mo., aug. To. An address by United states commissioner of education Harold Howell and the conferring of 443 degrees by teachers College president f. Clark Elkins highlighted commencement for the August division of the Northeast Missouri state teachers College Centennial graduating class. Commissioner Howe used As his topic Down the Washington and Ore a teaching for the the fun starts Friday pro ii Stilt her ome of americans greatest entertainers in person Tennessee Ernie Ford and the Tennessee Ernie Ford show featuring the Young americans 30 Brilliant singers dancers musicians with Teddy Phillips and his orchestra births a daughter or. And mrs. John c. Tannehill 403 Cedar Street Are the parents of a 6 Pound 154 ounce daughter born at 6 46 a. In. This monday aug. 14, at the Boone county Hospital. Hospital news Little use for some vehicles owned by state Des Moines apr state auditor Lloyd Smith says a report by his office indicates state government May have More cars and trucks than it needs. An audit showed Smith said that several state institutions have pickup trucks that Are Only used sparingly. He said the audit also disclosed that the dispatchers office had not been keeping monthly records of the Cost of operating each vehicle As required by Law until Jack Langford took Over As chief dispatcher last february. The report indicated that 41 of More than 1,400 vehicles covered by the audit were driven less than 1,000 mites during the 1965-66 fiscal year Smith said. Admitted Valerie Mosier 341 so. Mar Ion Street. Robert Abbott 1533 Street. Miss Jean Hubby Ogden. Herbert Bishop jr., Luther. Marvin Simonson Stratford. Edward Wane 2122 Story Street. Hoover Creed is timely test now West Branch apr a in fifth div dual initiative and Equality of Opportunity a allowed Herbert Hoover to ascend to the presidency state treasurer Paul Franzenburg said Here sunday. Speaking at ceremonies observing the 93rd birthday Anni James h. Williams 104 Ersary 0f the late president Ona Street. Franzenburg said Russell Bourlet Hiway 30 a emr. Hoover once said the National to it Oditt championship Al Jjo in night avg. 21 afternoons aug. 21, 22 Topflight Rodeo As leading cowboys Battle outlaw Stock for Points that count in National championships. Saddle and bareback bronc Riding Brahma Bull Riding steer wrestling calf roping. Official Ria Sanction. Thrills sizzling Auto racing big car Battles afternoons aug. 20 26 super Stock clashes night aug. 20 Semi modified duels night aug. 18 super modified thrills night aug. 19 afternoon aug. 27 late Model Stock car classics 200 Lap afternoon aug. 19 250 Lap night aug. 27 Joie Chitwood thrill show afternoon aug. 18 wild woolly wonderful. See autos leap drive Roll smash and crash. Hair raising precision driving special events. Harness races afternoons aug. 23 24 Iowa a finest harness racing. Speeding Trotters and pacers in whirlwind action for big purses. 2 great horse shows society horse show nights aug. 18-24 matinee aug. 20 Brilliant classes As leading stables vie for top honors in one of americans finest horse shows. All Western horse show nights aug. 25-27 afternoon aug. 27 colourful exciting. A rooting tooting whooping and hollering show with costume classes performance classes races contests. Hundreds of fun features including Mammoth Midway a Talent championships a Baton twirling championships a festival of bands a travel Village a radio to shows a Art exhibit a photo a Ion a wildlife building it checker championships a cookout King contest a fiddlers contest a Garden. Show a arts and crafts show a Horseshoe pitching championships in team and Pony pulling a Iowa championship tractor pull a Hall of health a baby barnyard a farm Gadget show so much that a sew Iowa town amp country All Gas Home More than a Model Home filled with new ideas to help you better enjoy the Good Iowa life. 1865 steam trains authentic a scale models with sightseeing cars. Exciting new Way to get to and from the huge parking lots and All around the fair. Pioneer Hall a fascinating museum of Early Iowa history Alii facts photographs antique auction. Exciting new addition to the fair. Iowa a first Church exact replica of the first Church Ever built in Iowa. The original was built in Dubuque in 1834. Daily services. Viet Nam Village full scale reproduction of a typical Village in South Viet Nam. See vietnamese Homes furnishings How they live. You be read about it now see the real thing. Grand concourse All new and beautifully different. Fabulous new celebrity stage. Special decorations and plantings. Free entertainment All Day every Day. Hall of better living All new layout of exhibits in the huge varied industries building. Bigger More Beautiful displays. Tee town children a Day aug. Is heritage Village americans greatest agricultural exposition our fair ladies nightly fireworks Camp West. Mrs. Nancy Kentner 1527 Story Street. Mrs. Thomas Franklin 1528 Benton Street. Mrs. Paul w. Anderson 2100 East first Street. Sue Killion 1214 West third Street. Catherine Tillman route 4,1 Boone. Mrs. Virgil Hilsabeck 618 so. Main Street. Mrs. John r. Baker Cedar Falls. Sharon Killion 1214 West third Street. Dismissed Leonard Ober Stratford. Mrs. Grace Drake in i Are a Den Street. Mathew Zeimet 1103 Benton Street. Mrs. Alvin Enslow 502 West fifth Street. Curtis Lebo 1716 Marshall Street. Julius Ulrick sr., iou West fourth Street. Mrs. Arlen Zunkel 1021-12th Street. Mrs. Lorina Thomas 1323 Tama Street. Charles a. Phillips Evan. Free Church Home. Todd Miller 520 Harrison Street. Mrs. John stamp Ogden. Mrs. Emma Corl iou Story Street. Mrs. John Rose 328 Clinton Street. Ralph Pieper 104 Street. Test of our generation would be a whether we can hold Mastery Over the system we have created whether we can hold ourselves a nation dedicated to equal Opportunity for a surely this Creed is particularly relevant today when our u society has been shaken by the cries of despair in our cities a added Franzenburg. Hoover was born in this Small Community. Pull rings go into Park meters Detroit apr five thousand times a month Detroi ters pull up to parking meters and instead of depositing a Nickel insert a pull ring from a Beer can. Deputy City treasurer Robert Temple said Friday his department and the department of streets and traffic have collected More than 20,000 of the rings in the last five months. Temple said he has heard that Maor can companies met with meter manufacturers last month in an Effort to prevent further use of Beer can rings. Five Day Outlook order Good seats now1 Gold Circle stage or Gold Circle Box specify $3.00. Blue Chip Section $2.50. Green Section $2.00. Send Check or Money order today to Secretary Iowa state fair Des Moines. Children under 12 admitted to Fairgrounds free throughout the fair. Temperatures tuesday through saturday will average near Normal with minor daily Cedar changes from the Start of the i period. Normal highs Are 81 to mrs. Kenneth Phipps 227-15th j 86 and Normal lows Are 60 to Street. 65. Precipitation will average mrs. Glenn Destigter baby 1207 Garst ave. One of the worlds great annual fairs ining the first few Miles of the Earth a atmosphere has been discovered. Radar Waves Are bounced of the layers Back to ultrasonic receivers. Now available at Randall s Beautiful Quot boutonniere Quot pattern glassware on Sale this week 5 of juice Glass each with each $5 Purchase flav a Pac instant mashed potatoes c la. Bag 29 Quantity rights reserved i Day film developing open 7 Days a week checks this and Good thru aug. 16th special Blue Seal Oleo buy now and save per Pound Only 4 Sweet Juicy California Elberta Peachee Pound. And one to two tenths of an Inch in the Northwest to three to six tenths of an Inch in the South a revolutionary Way of exam-1 East occurring As occasional Wilson ring Bologna 3 for 99 c armours Colombia sliced Bacon fresh lean showers or thundershowers mostly after mid period. Seat belts save lives. Get them use them pork tender ettes

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