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Boone News Republican (Newspaper) - January 17, 1966, Boone, Iowa Monday. Or a Hoapp Lnger to i spook at Boone luncheon Jan. 29 6 allow in the night in Boon after Walter after another Light snowfall accepted the chore of speaking Early sunday morning and a Bright sunny sort of Day which local deaths Mary e. Eckstein Dies on monday Boone county record to the annual meeting of the Boone. Iowa society of Southern brought out Winter sport fans j California he started to gather by the dozens the Bottom fell j together pictures and other it Rev. Hedger to Grinnell Post out of the thei Rometer in Boone i Ems of interest which would last night. The temperature dropped to 6 below Zero in the night and at make interesting seeing and hearing. Goepp Mger will he the guest hit dozen colleges on dope charge by Hal Cooper associated Presa writer a series of police investigations have led to the arrest of More than 30 students of a Doz o a a. In . Colleges recently on in. The Rev. Hedger has been. I n a Quot a t a ii Street according to the report. R licit sex and narcotics charges re of Boone and de of okla in i serving As chaplain to Episco-1 Tim hat in Rar Mac a it re Ira of a oct in no fatal for Iowa on sunday today s Market the Rev. John Hedger who has been director of Camp Morris the episcopal Camp and conference Center North of Accident reports mrs. Mary e. Eckstein 90, j two car tree accidents were 2129 Story Street died a 5 45 reported to the Boone police de Boom since its inception is to a m. This monday Jan. 17, at apartment Over rhe weekend. At become priest in charge of St. The Boone county Hospital,11 03 a in. On sunday morning Pauig a episcopal Church and where she was admitted dec. J in a car driven by Betty 30 1965 i Georgia Davis 210 10th Street she is survived by 2 sons. Her hit a spam ree at 1003 tarr0&Quot student Center at Grinnell effective feb. I. ? a. In. This monday morning it i speaker at the annual meeting was 5 below Zero. Sundays High on saturday noon Jan. 29 at the was a sunny 23 degrees. The skating Pond and newly built sliding Hill in Mchose Park got a Good workout from Young and old alike. Another ski slope Between Boone and Ogden was i also heavily populated by lovers pie pros of Industrial p dining of the Immanuel presbyterian Church at 3300 Wilshire blvd in los Angeles j going to Bat to help Grepping j or was the chamber of com Merce. Who assisted in provid homa City. Okla 2 daughters mrs. Margaret m Tuttle of Oklahoma City and mrs. Arthur Lucille Hillman of grand the Davis car was going West on 10th Street when the Accident occurred an estimated $600 damage was Junction 6 grandchildren and of Ste for fhe car Donven by Ivor 15 great grandchildren. Pal students at Drake University and assistant Rector at St. Luke a episcopal Church in Des Moines. The present priest at Grinnell the Rev. Michael j. The Schroeder funeral Home j Streel alter it hit a tree at 7th is in charge of arrangements and Crawford streets sunday which Are incomplete at this noon Jan it t he report said Palmer Oppedahl 1328 Meridian j Jackman will move to father hedgers Post in Des Moines a of the Winter sports. Credit squeeze Dublin apr Ireland caught in a credit squeeze has indefinitely postponed building a $7-million concert Hall As a memorial to president John f. Kennedy a government spokesman said today. Sources said prime minister Sean f. Lem ass facing objections from some Cabinet members told them that a future improvement in finances might revive the project to build a Hall in South Dublin near the new . Embassy. Lem ass told them that no one would interpret the postponement As a slight to the presidents memory. The government has postponed or abandoned several smaller capital projects. And other buildings in and around Boone which would be of interest. The luncheon will be preceded by an hours Fellowship at la a. In. In the Geneva lounge. It always attracts a Large group of former Boone people and some visitors from Boone now in Southern California. Mrs. Goeppinger will accompany her husband to the luncheon. Time. Flavia Everett Dies on sunday the car was going East on 7th Street when the Driver lost control and struck the tree. Oppe no definite connection Between the various incidents was claimed and Only a tiny minority of undergraduates was said to be involved. But police reported evidence that professional dope pushers were operating a number of cording to the announcement of n a 0 the change made by the it. J a Sest Rev. Gordon v. Smith episcopal Bishop of Iowa. Bishop Smith also announced iowans Hurt Minneola. Ran. A More than 20 persons including two iowans were injured when six of 15 cars in a Rock Island passenger train jumped the tracks Here sunday. The injured included Ella s. Bly. 56, of Dubuque hospitalized Here for further treatment and observation and Ruth Frazier 72, of Des Moines treated and released. To develop Lake in Guthrie county Des Moines a mid Iowa lakes corp. Of Des Moines announced saturday plans to develop a 1.400-acre Lake and about 5,000 additional acres of land into a resort area in Guthrie county. The Lake on the Middle Raccoon River would extend from Panora to near Springbrook state Park. The development is to be called Lake Panorama. County Hospital for head lacerations. Mrs. Flavia Evertt 90. A re a marriage License silent of the f Stem Star a Gary Lark Wisecup Boone 20 sonic Home since May 1963. Died Sandra Kay Shadle Boone .16 sunday. Jan 16 at the Boone i real estate transfers county Hospital. From Edyth g. Johnson to mrs. Everett was born in Boone revival Center la n 20�?T Burlington and had taught school j l2 b134 4th add. Boone. 1-8-66. During her lifetime. She enter $ 0vc. Dahl was treated at the Boone j Frank Wichael of Oskaloosa will become the director of Camp Morrison and said that father Hedger would continue to in Akron and Columbus Ohio 22 Young persons were arrested last week in marijuana raids including at least nine students or former students of Ohio state and Kent state universities. Police said they believed there had been big shipments of the narcotic Weed into the area from Mexico. In Norman okla., eight Stu r a d. Dents and five former students Council of the boy scouts of f. J of the University of Oklahoma by the associated press Iowa went through sunday without a reported traffic death but the weekend toll included five persons who died saturday. Mrs. Merle Bailey of Udel and 2475. Her son Mark 13, were killed in j Vlaha and a collision involving their car and a truck at Centerville. Douglas Nixon 13, son of or. And mrs. Kenneth Morrow of near Lake City Rode his sled Sioux City apr Juda a cattle 12 500 calves 1.000 Active Irons to 25 higher Choice 1.050-i 275 la steers 25 25-26.25 Choice 850. I�?T<775 la heifers 24 25-25 50, mostly 24 50-25.25 hogs a too. Fairly Active Butcher Virv uneven Strong to 30 higher mostly 25 higher. 1-3 190-230 lbs 28 75-29 25 sows steady to 25 higher . 1-3 350 400 lbs. 23.25 hogs 9.000 Barrows and gilts no. I and 2 200 230 lbs steady to 25 lower general Trade 190 240 lbs steady to 25 higher heavier whishes steady to 50 higher sows Evvi higher no. I and 2 200-230 lbs. 29 25. No 1-3 l90 240 ibs. Jjf�?T25 29 25�?~ 350-600 lbs sows 23.25-25.o0. Cattle 14 500. Steers Strong to 25 from the driveway of his Home j Heifer my into the Street and was hit and goers 2e.75-27 of High Choice and killed by a car i prime i .ooo-1.030 lbs heifers 29.50. Kine by a car. 1 sheep 2 500 Slaughter lambs 25-50 mrs. Viola Douglas 59, of i higher ewes about steady Choki Esth West Branch died in a two car end prime wooled lambs 28 00-28.23. Serve As director of the summer Cedar rapids. Wichael has been District executive of the Southern Iowa collision in Des Moines. Mrs. Selma Miller 52, of Davenport perished in the collision of a train and the car in which she was Riding at Davenport. Local markets Des Moines apr Usdan estimated receipts monday at Iowa and Southern Minnesota packing plants important concentration Yards and buying stations 70,000 actual receipts saturday 33.000. Week ago 80 too. Year ago 100,000. Demand fairly Good. Barrow and gilts mostly steady to 25 lower. Sow largely steady instances 25 lower. Barrows amp gilts 200-220 lbs., 27.50-28 50 220-240 lbs. 27.25-28.25 240-270 lbs., 26.50-28.00. Sows 270 330 lbs. 23.75-25.50 330-400 lbs., 22.75-24.75, 400-550 lbs., 21 00-23 50 hog prices furnished by Iowa packing co. Phone be 2-7550 by it h pc r s too to 230 la 127 75 to $28 75 Chicago Apuada hogs sows 6 too butchers steady to 25 lower 270 to 300 lbs $24.25 to $24 30 i ? 190-225 la butchers 29 30-30 of cattle prices go a i shirt laundered by Cardinal Cardinal cleaners fro pickup Ekren very appropriate White Plains n y. Apr Steven Dudyshyn a Florist has been undergoing treatment in White Plains Hospital. His physician or. Charles r. Greenhouse. Of the ohs Home from Iowa Falls. She is survived by two sons Harvey Iowa fails Franklin Rockford. Iii. Two daughters mrs Dorothy Helland. Des Moines and mrs. Helen Donegan Eldora and a number of grand-1 children. Her husband preceded her in death in 1953. There will b e Christian science funeral services wednesday morning Jan. 19 at to a m.1 from the Oes Home Chapel with burial in the Union cemetery at Iowa Falls. The Welin memorial Chapel is in charge. From Kennison amp Mary to Roy Yeaman. L21 Fairground cd a rap is add. Boone. 9-10-64. Love. From Etta d. Moss to Waldo j. Irwin v2 of e v2 sea Sec. 2-82-25 12-29-65. Love. From red a const. To Everett amp eve Wisecup l8 Fairview acres. Madrid. 1-8-66. Love. Urm sned by Iowa beef pick phone 432-3784.1 America for the past two years. Us Quot tax Quot u is Aiu a i steer he previously held scout exec were arrested on charges rang-1 Cho jct $24 75 t0 $2fl 75 live posts at spirit Uke and , pm ssh Fon a narcotics Good a Chic we a a a a of lewdness. The police in Choice a prime $23.25 to $25.25 this raid on an apartment near Good the Campus included two 18 year old coeds. Or. And mrs. Wichael will live at Camp Morrison after feb. I. They have two sons enrolled in William Penn College j at Oskaloosa. Cholee. $20 75 to $24.25 rout. Thy furnished by Boone Valier Hatch Erv eggs and produce. Phone 432 1387 quotation at Plant a meanwhile school officials i livery hens blast victim Des Moines a Don Fredregill 26, was hospitalized in fair condition after an explosion of undetermined origin ripped apart the Fredregill family a Home sunday night. Cell Toni ight lowest rates in history on Long distance Calls after 8 . And All Day on sunday. Enjoy a Telephone visit Northwestern Bell Joan Westphal Dies on sunday mrs. Joan Westphal 38, former Boone resident who had been living in Davenport died in the Boone county Hospital sunday evening Jan. 16. She was brought to the local Hospital Jan. 7. She is survived by two daughters. Kathy and Judy her father Edmund Schroeder of Boone and a sister mrs. Howard Pritchard of Pilot Mound. Schroeder funeral Home has charge of the services which Are pending. $50,000 suit follows fight a $50,000 lawsuit has been filed in the Boone county clerks office by Carl r. Kiddie against James Ward and Gloria Givens As the result of injuries he received in a fracas at the knotty inn a tavern in West Boone on the afternoon of july 22, 1965. The petition in 2 counts alleges that the defendant without provocation hit kiddie across the head with a Pool Cue knocking him unconscious to the floor. Count 2 of the petition asks for a judgment against Gloria Givens proprietor of the tavern in the amount of $25,000, charging her with negligence in failing to take proper precautions for the safety of her patrons. According to the petition the plaintiff and another Man had just finished a game of Pool when the defendant along with Michael Givens an employee of the inn. Challenged the plaintiff word was received Here Sal. F do is Friend to a game of Pool urday Jan. 15. Of the death of a a "�?o.0� ?,,8anle a former Boone resident Robert Gilliam 44, of Nokomis Fla. Robert Gilliam Dies in Florida social events Lead likes of school students said they were investigating a j Stag and Cocks report that a 16-year-old girl was smuggled into an Oklahoma University athletic dormitory for a sexual orgy during the year end holidays. At the University of Michigan i six students and six persons de Des Moines a idea a scribed by police As a Campus what Are the most popular sex hangers on were accused of tra curricular activities in Iowa a Possession or Sale of narcotics. Premium of tent flocks special eggs _ -30c a medium. A Zug. A Large. Us a Small. Tic a Grade dirt chef is Cream. Milk and Creamery butter furnished by Boone Dairy products co. Inc. Phone 432-7370 Creamery butter retail ------70c j butter Rolls 704 mixed 1-3 190-230 lbs. 29 00-29.75 2-3 230-240 lbs 28.00-28.75 1-3 350-400 la. Sows 24.50-25.50. Cattle 14.000, calves 15 Slaughter steers steady to 25 lower dozen loads prime 1. 150-1400 la. Slaughter steers 28.25. High Choice and prime 1,100 1,425 lbs 27 50-28 00 Choice 900-1,425 lbs. 26 50-27.50 High Choice and prime 850-1.075 la. Slaughter heifers 26 75-27.00 Choice 800-1.050 lbs. 25.50-26.75. Sheep 1,000, Slaughter lambs and wooled Slaughter ewes fully steady Choice and prime 85-105 la wooled Slaughter lambs 28.25-28 75 Good and Choice 26 50-28 of. Several lots Choice and prime 95-105 la. Shorn Slaughter lambs with mostly no. I pelts 27.00 27 25. Public education in the . Is an Enterprise exceeding $30 billion annually at the elementary and secondary level. Quot White satisfaction is Mot top Emile Quot to smart be Wise big sayings at the Peoples clo. Store january clearance Sale a on min $ top Coats a suits a sport shirts a sweaters a Winter jackets a boys Winter jackets sweaters and sport shirts. 1 Pool that Ward allegedly struck the plaintiff with the stick. Ward the petition says was under the influence of alcohol and that Gloria Givens and her employee should have known that the defendant Ward should not have been permitted to stay n the premises. He is survived by his widow Lee 2 step children Walter and Jeanine his Mother mrs. Wayne Howard of Boone 3 Brothers Gerald Gilliam of Boone Phil Gilliam who is stationed with the air Force in Savannah ga., and James Gilliam of Ludlow mass. And 4 Sisters mrs. Jesse Flag Ciciva Outlook Lorraine Jubell of it. Pleas 7 the five Day forecast says Iowa temperatures in the period ant mrs. Art Marcella Lestina of Ogden and mrs. Jerry Nancy Grady and mrs. De Cheryl j ending next saturday will average four to eight degrees below Normal. Normal highs Range from the Middle 20s in Northern Iowa to the lower 30s in the Miller both of Boone or. Gilliam was preceded in death by his father Ralph Gilliam and by an infant brother. Funeral services will be held j South. Lows normally Are from at Nokomis Fla., wednesday around five degrees North to the afternoon Jan. 19. Mid a teens South. A warming trend is forecast for tuesday with a turn to colder about wednesday and continued cold for the rest of the period. Occasional Snow will amount to melted precipitation averaging near one Quarter Inch. Public secondary schools social events athletics and music in that order Are the most popular the state department of Public instruction has Learned through its system of educational data collection called cardiac. Over 227,000 students in grades seven through twelve responded to a cardiac questionnaire administered last Spring through the Iowa educational information Center of the University of Iowa. They also were Given a list of seven other activities and ranked their participation in these in this order service clubs Junior chamber of Commerce a teens Fra and Cha key club Etc speech and dramatics academic clubs latin science mathematics Etc Hobby clubs photography chess Etc publications school newspaper and yearbook student government and Honor societies. Three fourths of the students said they participate in school dances parties and other school related social functions while 58 per cent take part in either intramural or interscholastic athletics and 44 per cent Are Active in music groups such As band orchestra choir or glee club. Principals have been sent tabulations showing the popularity of their extracurricular activities based on participation and also How individual schools compare with statewide norms. One defendent a 29-year-old Painter was said to have grown marijuana in a Home Garden plot three blocks from the Campus. A Syracuse University student returning from the holidays was nabbed by detectives who said his Luggage contained marijuana heroin pills known As goof balls and a switchblade knife. Police said the use of narcotics at the University had been under investigation since last fall. Two University of Massachusetts sophomores were charged with Possession of harmful drug pills and one was accused of Selling them. In Washington . Narcotics agents acting on a tip from officials of american University arrested an 18-year-old freshman and charged him with Selling marijuana. A University of Miami student and his wife were picked up at Miami Airport by customs agents who said they were trying to smuggle in five pounds of marijuana from Jamaica. Police arrested a dozen no students in a recent narcotics raid near the University of Washington in Seattle. An investigating reporter for the Seattle times said 500 to 1,000 persons in the University area including a number of school dropouts were using marijuana. Local Grain local prices As quoted this monday afternoon by Farmers Coop elevator amp livestock co new soybeans $2.61 Oats 68c new Corn $1.17. A new form of insurance gaining popularity is sickness insurance for wives which pays out a weekly sum while the wife is sick to cover the Cost of extra household help. Car smashed see Jim Ballantyne John Fitzgerald or Ivan Jacobson Price motor co. Body shop 101 Boone Street a work guaranteed this Beautiful Westinghouse electric Range can a yours for Only �?T179�?Tw.t Iowa electric whisk a into for of had unit it wind formed Pebble Ripples up j to one foot High have been Dis-1 covered in ice free areas on the Barren continent of Antarctica. The number of Union members in the United states climbed last year to the highest level since 1960, but the proportion of Union members among non agriculture workers continued to decline. 001-803 St Street farm Sale the undersigned will sell at Public auction the Mary Lestina 80 acre farm described As follows West half of the Northeast Quarter of Section 28, township 85 North Range 26, West of the 5th ., Boone county Iowa. Farm located 5 Miles North of 22nd and Linn streets and a mile West from Boone Sale to be held in court in court House at Boone Iowa we january 19, 1966, commencing at 1 30 o clock . Terms 20% Down balance due March i 1966, when Possession deed and abstract showing marketable title will be furnished. Sale subject to court approval. Boone state Bank amp Trust company Boone Iowa administrator of Mary Lestina estate Mahoney Jordan amp Smith 801 Keeler Street Boone Iowa attorneys for administrator dry miserable Throat. Every morning ? Lennox humid Spray moisturizes Quot softens Quot indoor air of your Home lacks the proper amount of moisture it will not Only Cost you a great Deal of Comfort but also increased fuel Bills. With properly humidified air you can set your thermostat lower and yet be completely comfortable. Dry hot air evaporates moisture on the surface of your body causing chills. The Lennox humid Spray can evaporate up to 18 Gallons of moisture into the Home per Day. Call 432-6816 today and find out the details of this wonderful Lennox product. Pritchard Bros. Inc. 1019 Story St. 432-6816 faraway specials monday tuesday wednesday Adams Frozen Orange juice 6 6 of. Cans $1.00 Golden fresh potato chips 39c Pound Box red Box Book matches 10c so count Box Texas Crisp tender carrots Pound pkg. 10c Corn King Brand sliced Bacon famous for its flavor la. Steaks and roasts sirloin tips a Leon a Boneless a us a Choice graded beef la. C

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