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Cherokee Courier (Newspaper) - August 28, 1969, Cherokee, Iowa Thi courier Cherokee Iowa. Thurs. Aug. 28, 1969 or. Amp mrs. Conley Meriden a miss Nancy Jean Hazen became the Bride of Alan w. Conley in a recent evenly double ring ceremony performed in Oakdale evangelical free Church North of Meriden by its pastor Rev. Earl Gunsolley. Mrs. Ruby Hazen of Cherokee and Philip Hazen of grand Island neb., Are parents of the Bride. The bridegroom s parents Are or. And mrs. Orville Conley. Cherokee. A reception for 180 guests followed in the Parlours of the Church with or. And mrs. James slim As acting hosts. For their wedding trip to Estes Park and Denver the Bride travelled in a three piece mint Green and White suit with White Access tories. The couple live in Des Moines where the Bride is a senior in Iowa methodist Hospital nurse s training graduating in May 1970. The Groom who attended a welding school at Grundy Center is now a welder in Des Moines. Candidates in Aurelia school vote St. Cloud Art Job to Myers Robert Myers Art instructor at Washington High for the past year has been appointed instructor in the Art department at St. Cloud state College St. Cloud Minn. St. Cloud is the third largest College in Minnesota. School officials expect a record enrolment of Over 10,000 students this fall. Myers has exhibited widely with paintings and prints. Aurelia a full slate of candidates had filed for the Aurelia Community school election by the deadline for filing monday night according to m. C. Paulson District Secretary. All incumbent officials for the local Board filed for reelection. Erik Radke and Ralph Plagman Are seeking reelection to the Board of directors for three year terms and John Christensen reelection As District treasurer for a two year term. In addition to electing school officials voters will be asked to name a new Board member Tore present area in on the Cherokee county Board of education. Dennis Lundsgaard has filed nomination papers seeking election to that position replacing Walter Peterson who is retiring from the Board. Top draft material Iowa led the nation in 1967 for the acceptability of draftees for military service. Acceptability rates set on pre induction examinations rated Iowa a 71.4 percent. South Dakota and Missouri held the next positions with 69.7 and 67.4 percent. For Iowa the medical and mental rejection rates were 14.8 and 2.3 percent respectively. The National physical rejection late is 59.3 percent. Iowa development digest Cleghorn news briefs Cleghorn mariners or. And mrs. Roy Nelson and family were sunday supper guests in the Ernie Wilcox Home. Thursday dinner guests at the Maurice Hazen Home in Honor of Lois s birthday were or. And mrs. Stanley Birch and family mrs. Gordon Perkins and Denise. Mrs. Hay Hill and Mark or. And mrs. Jim s. Wilcox mrs. Jerry Dunn and mrs. Harold Johnston were afternoon callers. Sondi Smith of Sioux rapids spent several Days in the Home of mrs. Charles Lamont and mrs. Leo Heinen last week while her parents accompanied a group of science students from Everly to the badlands. Friday afternoon a Coffee was Given at the Earl Ehlers Home for their daughter Sharon. Guests were mrs. Roy Nelson mrs. Stanley Birch mrs. Bill Mcintosh mrs. Dick Strub mrs. Melvin Nelson mrs. Jim Prunty mrs. Floyd Springer mrs. Jim Wilcox and mrs. Lowell Mcintosh. Or. And mrs. Dean Peterson and family spent several Days in the Black Hills. Wednesday afternoon callers in the Jim d. Wilcox Home were mrs. James s. Wilcox Marjorie Wilcox mrs. Ernie Wilcox and Billy and mrs. Dick Abraham son and Luann of Sutherland. Luann Abrahamson has spent several Days at the Home of her grandparents or. And mrs. Jim Wilcox. A potluck supper was held in the Edgar Hagey Home saturday night in Honor of their son Larry who just returned from a year in Vietnam. Guests were or. And mrs. Leo Pedersen or. And mrs. Stanley Birch and family Carl Hagey and Ruby or. And mrs. Bob Hagey and family or. And mrs. Donald Wiese and family and Sherry Boyd or. And mrs. Leo French and family grandma Nielsen Niels Nielsen and Elaine Ladwig or. And mrs. Gerald Lundquist and Brian or. And mrs. Ernest Wilcox and family Dave Birch and Jeanine Knuckles or. And mrs. John Lundell or. And mrs. Jack Miller of Kansas c try and or. And mrs. Barry Hagey Minneapolis. Mrs. Jim Wilcox spend monday in the Homes of her daughters mrs. Verle Laursen of Spencer and mrs. Dick Abrahamson Sutherland. Or. And mrs. Claude Mason of Sutherland were tuesday evening supper guests in the Home of mrs. Charles Lamont and mrs. Leo Heinen. Or. And mrs. Jim Wilcox visited in the Clarence Rasmus Home sunday night. Or. And mrs. Maurice Hazen and Marjorie Wilcox were weekend guests in the Holgar Lindgren Home in Loyal wis. Sunday dinner and supper guests in the Home of . Lamont and mrs. Leo Heinen were or. And mrs. Keith Smith Sondi and Darrell of Sioux rapids and miss Jean Jones and Charles Winterboer of Everly. Or. And mrs. Roy Beckley Kory and Carla of Valentine Are vacationing in the Home of her parents or. And mrs. Percy Frederick. Or. And mrs. Roy Nelson and family were monday night visitors in the de Rosene Home. Or. And mrs. Earl Ehlers and Sharon were monday evening sup ices new microwave keeps a sharper Eye on your needs per guests in the Loo French Home. The mariners and their families enjoyed touring the great Plains zoo on sunday afternoon. Before seeing the zoo the Groin ate at Walt and Mary a restaurant in Sioux Falls. Miss Jean French of Iowa City visited in the Home of her parents or. And mrs. Leo French wednesday through saturday. On thursday evening or. And mrs. Gerald Lundquist and Brian were also supper guests. Michael and Bradley Hanson returned to their Home at Fairfax after spending several weeks in the Home of their grandparents or. And mrs. Stanley Birch. The Cleghorn presbyterian Church will hold its annual Turkey supper at the Cleghorn gym on tuesday sept. 2. Serving to begin at 5. Thirty two patrons of the local Cleghorn Cherokee Coop went on tour to Kansas City and Coffeeville to. From tuesday until thursday. Or. And mrs. Robert Frederick and Allan were wednesday guests in the Percy Frederick Home to visit with the Roy Beck Leys of Valentine neb. Mrs. Beckley is the former Mary leu Frederick. Or. And mrs. Stanley Birch spent several Days visiting relatives in Fairfax la., and Livin Ston wis. Rev. And mrs. Harold Sieglaff were thursday dinner guests in the Wilmer Lamont Home. Or. And mrs. Donald Wiese and Duane and mrs. Emma Wiese were supper guests of Carolyn Wiese in Cherokee monday evening. Or. And mrs. Kenneth Irwin were saturday evening guests in the Home of or. And mrs. Dean Peterson. Or. And mrs. Lyle Mcintosh Gayle and Neal were recent sunday visitors of mrs. Vernon Robinson in Montevideo Minn. Or. And mrs. Leo French accompanied or. And mrs. George Reko of Hinton to the state fair on Friday. Doug Roseen and Margaret Nelson were overnight guests in the Roy Nelson Home wednesday night. Or. And mrs. Don Wiese and Duane or. And mrs. Leo Pedersen or. And mrs. Leroy Pedersen and family and or. And mrs. Edgar Hagey were thursday evening callers in Home of mrs. Agnes Nielsen and Niels in Honor of Niels s birthday. Or. And mrs. Earl Ehlers and Sharon were supper guests in the Leo French Home monday evening. Mrs. Mabel Frederick mrs. Marie French mrs. Doris Frederick mrs. Mary Mcintosh mrs. Edith Mugge mrs. Beverly Peterson mrs. Jerry Nelson were guests in the Home of mrs. Roy Nelson on thursday night. Or. And mrs. Roy Beckley Kors and Karla of Valentine neb., mrs. Darwin Frederick Laura and Linda Marjorie Wilcox and mrs. Percy Frederick were stumper guests in the Ernest Wilco Home tuesday Avenir. Or. And mrs. Lester Wilcox were evening callers. Ann sue and Brent Mcintosh spent thursday in the Home of Dean Petersons. Joanne Wilcox was a sunday dinner guest in the Home of the Roy Nelsons in Honor of Diane Nelson s birthday. Or. And mrs. Lyle Mcintosh and family were tuesday evening dinner guests Wilmer Lamont. Or. And mrs. Ted Johnson and Don were sunday evening visitors in the Don Wiese Home. Or. And mrs. Geri Dunn were also evening visitors. Or. And mrs. Willie Irwin and Jean Roul Stone were supper guests monday evenly in the Home of or. And mrs Dean pet Erson. Or. And mrs. Richard Strub and family of Cedar Falls were weekend guests in the Bill Mcintosh Home. Brian Lundquist visited in the Home of his grandparents or. And mrs. Leo French while Hie parents or. And mrs. Gerald Lundquist vacationed in the Black Hills area monday through thursday. Doug Mcintosh and Mike Dunn left for Marshall Minn where they will attend College this fall. Rev. A. E. Goldhorn of Cherokee has filled the pulpit of the Cleghorn presbyterian Church the past two sundays. Joanne Wilcox and Marjorie Wilcox were saturday afternoon callers in the Charles Ducom Mun Home at Paullina. Or. And mrs. Wilmer Lamont. Bonnie and Carol and Dale Fisher of Everly were among those who attended the Horstman reunion at Marcus on sunday. Our new microwave system ties together Many recent in innovations each focused on Quick economical transport of Peoples needs. Microwave accelerates everything that makes this Railroad hum. It can handle 420 different jobs at once. Its the Long Quick Arm of our operating command a thousand mile Extension of our computer system. It gathers and dispenses data on shipments flashes train orders distributes locomotives and cars. It carries the impulses governing centralized train control feeds our computers automatic car identification data reports the findings of our hot Box detectors. Most of All our new microwave system makes it economically feasible for us to do Many things for our customers we could not otherwise afford. Which is one reason you can anticipate continued advances in in service. Illinois Central Railroad takes a Load off your mind a tech grads four area students were a Mong 157 to graduate during Western Iowa tech s outdoor evening commencement exercises at the Sioux City Grandview ban Shell Friday. Grant Barickman son of or. And mrs. Julius Barickman at Cherokee completed the 48-week radio and to program James Kohn son of or. And mrs. Lome Kohn of Cherokee completed the Auto mechanics program and will begin his career next month with Vollmar motors Holstein. Ernest Klingborg son of or. And mrs. Oscar Klingborg of Quimby completed the farm equipment program Alan Josw son son of or. And mrs. Palmer Johnson of Larrabee completed the Auto mechanics program and will begin his career As a repairman for Peterson motors Cherokee. 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