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Cherokee Courier (Newspaper) - July 17, 1969, Cherokee, Iowa
Tim courier Cherokee Iowa thur9. July 17, 1969 Mary Emith weds Roger Millard a Hie marriage of Mitt Mary l. Smith daughter of Oscar c. Smith Cherokee and Roger r. Millard ton of or. And or. Ray m. Millard. Burlington wl�., took place in it. Olive Baptist Church june 28 with Rev. A b. Noblitt of the Church officiating evening double ring service. The Church Parlours was scene of the ensuing reception. After a trip to Western states the couple lives at Racine wu., where both Are employed. A Berk photo 3 area men on mid Sioux 4-county unit a meeting was held thursday to elect a representative for the four county Board of mid Sioux including Plymouth Woodbury Ida and Cherokee counties. Connie Anderson Larrabee was elected to the Board. Meetings will be on the third monday of each month. The fifth meeting will be held in Cherokee. Or. Dean Simon sen Quimby and Harvey Miller Marcus were also elected. Simon sen will serve As president. Anderson will attend the meetings and report Back to the Cherokee parents meeting. The head Start parents will meet again september fourth to make suggestions to help plan the head Start program for next year. Gov. Robert Ray was a guest and speaker for the meeting held in Des Moines in favor of head Start program. A picnic was planned for Ai. 4 for the children and parents of last fall children and children in head Start summer school at the Aurelia shelter House. Parents Are to bring a sack lunch for each child they Brit and also for themselves. Soft drinks will be furnished during the noon hour lunch. Appreciation Day hundreds of patients attended an appreciation Day in Honor of general practitioner or. C. A. Nicoll in Panora the end of june which included a reception in his Honor. Or. Nicoll has practice Medicine in Panora the past 41 years. Washta news briefs mrs. Roger Clark Mack Van Vickie and brother of Illinois were dinner guests in the Home of or. And mrs. Bob Heilser at Hinton. Mrs. Ron King and family Quimby visited her parents or. And mrs. Albert rage Flitter thursday. George Brenner is a patient at the Sioux City Hospital. Or. And mrs. Orlan Holland and Jeff of Fairmont minn., were sunday guests in the Ray h. Hamilton Home. Mrs. Roscoe Miller of Silencer visited in the Earl Boothby Home on wednesday. Mrs. Maggie Fritz is now making her Home with her Dai her or. And mrs. Claude Simmons. She was recently dismissed from the Sioux Valley Hospital. The Willow band entertained at the school Yard on wednesday evening. A very Nice crowd attended. Mrs. Ray Roberts visited wednesday in the George Roberts and Roger Clark Home and later joined the Faith Circle when they went to Correctionville to visit in the nursing Home. Or. And mrs. Merle Beazley attended the Kissinger Krousl club held at the Home of mrs. Mable Catter mole at Cherokee. Folks attended from Iowa City Arizona Cherokee and Washta. Or. And mrs. Kenneth Bush Omaha visited monday in the Earl Boothby Home. Or. And mrs. Vernon Fouts Rockwell City visited several Days in the Fern Conley and Ray Hamilton Homes Over the fourth. Mrs. Belle Dewitt was dismissed from the Hospital thursday and is now at the Donald Dewitt Home. Paul Matoon Loa Angeles visited wednesday afternoon in the Earl Boothby Home. Or. And mrs. Lloyd Burna were sunday visitors in the George Sutton Home at Marcus. The Washta Library has several new record albums for loan also a few new books. Friday evening visitors in the Roy Van Buskirk Home were Vance Van Buskirk Paullina and or. And mrs. Harold Mcdermott and son Kingsley. Mrs. Martin Boothby and daughter were Friday evenly visitors in the Alfred Buck Home near Holstein. Or. And mrs. Bort Miller visited Over the weekend with her parents or. And mrs. Jack Chapman. Or. And mrs. Claude Hamilton Cherokee were thursday callers in the Home of mrs. Anna Ega. Mrs. Vera Walker and Bruce of Moville were Friday visitors in the Home of her sister Eubank. Mrs. Heckenlively of California and her sister in Law mrs. Lucille Hubbard of Correctionville the Cherokee daily times and the Cherokee courier presents for your enjoyment 25�?~ movies wednesday july 23 2p m. In in a in in w in in tees a hit mkt tune urns in color let s go the admission is just 25c with this Coupon. This Coupon with 25c admits one to the. Times and courier 25c movie of american theatre i i wednesday july 23 2 p. In. The Coupon Worth 25c this Coupon with 25c admits one to Tho times and courier 2fc movie at motion to Hoot. Wednesday july 23 2 p. In Coupon Worth 25c i this Lri a were recent visitors in the Home of mrs. Helen Tucker. Or. And mrs. John Perrett were sunday visitors in the Don Hanson Home at Albert City. Or. And mrs. Earl Cipperley and Lanny were picnic guests of or. And mrs. Roy Alexander at Ida Grove. Or. And mrs. Fred Alexander of Denison were guests also on thursday evening. Or. And mrs. John Perrett and family of Quimby were sunday evening callers in the John Perrett Home. Mrs. Mable Beeson returned Home after visiting several weeks in the Max Cook Home at Loup City neb. Or. And mrs. We. West of Bakersfield calif., came thursday evening to visit in the Home of her parents or. And mrs. Was Mcnabb. Or. And mrs. Wes Mcnabb visited with mrs. Helen Greiner at Correctionville on monday. Mrs. Joan Peterman and daughter visited with mrs. Helen Tucker sunday afternoon. Or. And mrs. Don Hanson and Robin oily and Rodney of Albert City visited monday evening in the John Perrett Home. The boys oily and Rodney remained for a longer visit. Or. And mrs. Arian Tucker and family of Sioux City were recent visitors in the Helen Tucker and Lloyd Burns Homes. Cindy Kim Jimmy and Mark Kerman of Minneapolis Mina have returned Home after visiting with their grandparents or. Ani mrs. Ray Hamilton. Or. And Hanscom and family have returned to their Home in Oregon after visiting with his Mother Hans com. Or. And mrs. Bill Eubank and family were thursday evening callers in the Nelson Eubank Home. Elaine Hamilton Kankakee 111., is visiting her parents or. And mrs. Ray Hamilton. Featured arti8t a Laurence Donovan of Coconut Grove fla., is artist now featured at the Sanford museum. He is brother in Law of mrs. William Blyth Cherokee. Bom in Canada and formerly an English instructor Donovan is now on faculty of the University of Miami As an instructor in humanities. He received his . And . Degrees from University of Iowa. A self taught artist Donovan will have 22 prints on display covering areas of line outs Copper line and aquatint etchings. His work offers a freshness and infinite variety that runs the Gamut from whimsical animal drawings to medieval Royalty and on to the present Day. His exhibit will be on display through july. American now ends saturday a in Palacol Rovision a hard contract Quot starring James Coburn Lee Remick Lilli Palmer and Burgess Meredith. Rating Quot a Quot. Sunday thru tuesday a in Palacol Rovision Rowan and Martin in a the maltese hippy Quot the stars of a the laugh in in their first full length comedy feature. Rating a a go a. Matinee sunday 2 . Evenings 7 00 and 9 15 . Corral thursday thru saturday a two adult pictures in color �?o99 women Quot and Quot the angry Breed Quot. You must be 18 to see these pictures and be Able to prove it. Late show Friday and saturday a assignment to kill Quot in color. Sunday thru tuesday two adult pictures in color double feature in color John Wayne in Quot the Green berets Quot and the last showing in Cherokee of Quot Bonnie amp Clyde with Warren Beatty and Fay Dunaway. 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