Cherokee Courier in Cherokee, Iowa
17 Jul 1969

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17 Jul 1969

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Cherokee Courier (Newspaper) - July 17, 1969, Cherokee, Iowa The courier Cherokee. Iowa. Thurs. July 17, 1969 Legal notice budget estimate and record of filing county estimate notice a the Board of supervisor of Cherokee county lows will meet july 2th, ims. At to of a. M., at courthouse Cherokee Iowa taxpayers will be heard for or against the following estimate of expenditures foe the fiscal year beginning january i 170 Beverly Anderson county auditor funds i 2 expenditures trn tear h younger citizen this most handsome Young Man is Aaron Dean Becker at 22 months. You can just see the mischief popping out of those big Blue eyes complimented by Reddish blonde hair. This Happy go Lucky youngster is the son of or. And mrs. Russell Becker Cherokee. He never wants for something to do for he likes anything and everything. Among his favorite forms Are getting into the bathroom and dumping a full bottle of Bubble Bath All Over everywhere. His mom reports when he was a baby he was often mistaken for a girl if not dressed in Blue. A Friendly Young Man he says a Chi Quot and a Bye Quot to everyone he meets in the grocery store. His favorite toy is a big red truck. And of he has favorite people they Are his grandparents or. An mrs. Norman Meyer and or. And mrs. Ronald Becker All of Cherokee. Great grandparents Are or. And mrs. Walt Simmons and or. And mrs. Frank Becker also of Cherokee. A Salsbery photo general 72577 16666 204736 269704 20000 60000 18704 court expense Ais 33061 30362 60323 60323 poor 73213 137264 10612 142090 30000 15000 97090 state institution 88164 125546 135190 185000 35000 150000 county mental health 20648 32158 36377 5716 571 county school 30227 12421 16102 15000 5000 10000 soldiers Relief 10863 6270 678 12000 5000 7000 Bovine tuberculosis 11445 1737 195 7000 5000 2000 county fair and 4-h club 384 8250 8250 8250 8250 court House Bonds and interest 15172 3423 33645 j689? 3683 emergency 14884 1484 1484 old age Surv Ina. Fed 7114 7114 Public Emps. Ret. State 4363 4365 bang a eradication 770 5543 5187 7000 7000 county conservation 60050 26752 33069 72500 72300 farm to Market roads 250600 200000 200000 200000 secondary Road zoo.? 406003 �?�30610 610303 53000 25000 430000 46067 5-8 Mill ail property 37322 Road Clearing 117.18 1868 23656 3168 33006 33000 Weed exam township Only 3466 8654 7484 11037 11037 totals 62455 1802173 1471316 20876 212484 715000 117142 estimated taxes per $1,000 of it 3 to it i a St in in in 111 624 Rural 23,255 service news u. S. Army Viet Man Aht no army sergeant fist class Harry a. Putman whose Mother mrs. Luverne Watters lives in Holstein Iowa was assigned june 9 to the 110th transportation company in Vietnam As a repair parts supervisor. His wife Irene lives in Battle Creek Iowa. 9th infantry div., Vietnam a inc army staff sergeant James n. Ruden son of or. And mrs. Arnold j. Ruden route 2, Marcus Iowa received the air medal May 25 in Vietnam. Staff sgt. Ruden earned the award for meritorious service while participating in Aerial flight in support of ground operations in Vietnam. Staff sgt. Ruden a mortar Tion Leader in company a 2nd battalion of the 9th infantry division s 39th infantry entered the army in 1963 and completed Basic training at it. Jackson . He was stationed at it. Carson colo., before arriving overseas last january. Be holds the Bronze Star medal the army c Omenda Tion medal and the combat infantryman badge. The 27-year-old Soldier was graduated from holy name High school Marcus in 1959. His wife Diane lives on route 2, Remsen. U. S. Army Wietman Aht no army private first class Rodney m. Hasenwinkel 20, son of or. And mrs. Merlin f. Hasenwinkel Aurelia Iowa was assigned june 16 to the Merlc amp a division in Vietnam As an infantryman. Marcus news briefs Douglas Matt of Sacramento Calif was a monday afternoon guest of his aunt mrs. Clarence Woodall. Or. And mrs. Duane Faul and family Are visiting relatives and friends in Marcus. Mrs. Faul was a member of the 1944 class of the Marcus High school which held their class reunion on july 13. Or. And mrs. Howard Juhl entertained at a sunday evening picnic in Honor of Vana Marquis who is leaving next month for Efland. Guests were Rose Ann Miller Corrine Alesch Dale Juhl Bruce Marquis Artie lest ache and Pat shout of Sutherland. Lee Williams of Joliet 111., was a tuesday afternoon and evening guest of his brother in Law and sister col. And mrs. Vance b. Marquis. Charles la Falce who spent the last three weeks in Marcus with his family left july to to return to Phu Vinh Vietnam where he is doing administrative work for the United states. The class of 1959 of Marcus High school held their 10th reunion on july 5 at free Mon s Steak House in Cherokee. There was a Large attendance and everyone had a Chance to review the i fair special a full years subscription to the Cherokee courier for the Low Low Price of in 45 3 in Iowa or three full year s subscription for the Low Low Price of Only $10.00 simply clip out Coupon below and mail along with your Check for proper amount to the Cherokee courier Cherokee Iowa or visit us at our Booth at both county fairs. R new subscriber i name. I it. Or Rox no. Renewal town zip code i .mi.�.�?�h.im.mi.i. Mai past in years since graduation and a look into the next few years when they will meet again. Or. And mrs. Kent Erickson and or. And mrs. Charles Kirchner will Host the next reunion to be held in 1974. Or. And mrs. Charles add were hosts to a reunion on july 13 in their Home honouring their son Charles and his Fiance Frances Durst. Their marriage will take place on August 23 at Mandan n. D. Richard Kuehn son of or. And mrs. Carroll Kuehn a student at Iowa University has been selected As a student representative to help introduce new students to the University Campus in september. He will acquaint the students to Campus life. Or. And mrs. Merle Mead returned Home wednesday july 9, after spending to Days in the East. They were in new York City attending the Field club meeting of Mutual of new York insurance. They stayed at the new York Hilton. While there they visited places of interest and also the movie on their return Home they went by the Way of Canada. Guests in the Home of or. And mrs. Ralph Gibson were or. And mrs. Sidney Barrick Steve and Debra of Pella and mrs. Orville Gibson of Mediapolis la., they came to attend the wedding of Karen Gibson. Mrs. Ralph Cave was hostess to the handicraft on monday evening july 14 at her Home. Miss Rose Ann Miller was a week end guest of Van Marquis. Mrs. Ione Mcconnell from Pheonix Ariz. Is a guest of her Sisters mrs. George Scott and mrs. Francis Briggs and brother Harley Nier and family. Mrs. Clarence Woodall and mrs. Joyce Hoover attended the funeral of a Niece of mrs. Woodall at Schaller la., on saturday july 12. On july 13 the class of 1944 of Marcus High school held their class reunion at the Marcus Community Park. A number of the class members from a distance attended the reunion. The three circles of the Grace United methodist Church will hold a joint meeting on thursday july 17 at 9 30 . In the Church Fellowship Hail. Coffee and Rolls will be served after the Coffee hour a Short business meeting will be held. Col. And mrs. Vance Marquis spent Friday july la in Omaha shopping. They were luncheon guests of to sgt. And mrs. Carroll Monn and family of Offutt air Force base. St. Ann s Guild will meet thursday july 17 at 9 00 . In the Parish Hall with mrs. Jack Clarkson As chairman and mrs. Jack Hueser As co chairman. Or. And mrs. Ralph Gibson and family left monday july 14 for their new Home at Wayland la. Or. Gibson will be superintendent of the Waco schools. Or. And mrs. Elmer Blietz of Council Bluffs returned Home on july 13 after spending a week visiting with relatives and friends in Marcus. Mrs. Doris Gottsche was hostess to the Alpha group of the Faith lutheran Church on july 16 at 9 00 . In her Home. Or. And mrs. Hans Rasmussen have As their House guest Nancy Christensen of Copenhagen Denmark. Miss Christensen is a Niece of the Rasmussen s. Guests in the Home of or. And mrs. De Meylor is or. And mrs. W. G. Eagle and four daughters of Long Island n. Y. Mrs. Eagle is the daughter of the Meylor s. Birthday mrs. Rhoda Davis Clarinda celebrated her 99th birthday last week. She has 2 children 6 grandchildren 19 great grandchildren and 26 great great children. Silver news briefs mrs. Dale Jenness Clarence and Winnie Pennington accompanied or. And mrs. Kenneth Pennington of Linn Grove to Lake Benton Minn on sunday and attended i dinner in he nor of or. And mrs. Harold Hind of san Leandro Calif at Tho Home of his folks or. And mrs. James Mortland. Or and mrs p. Warrender and mrs. The trip. Or. And mrs. Howard Johns or and daughters of Davenport and or and mrs John Warrender and family of Columbus neb. Came thursday and spent the fourth weekend with their parents or. And mrs. Howard Johns or. Or. And mrs. Howard Johns or. And House guests or. And mrs. Howard Johns or. And family of Davenport and or and mrs. John Warrender and family of Columbus. Neb. Attended a family reunion at the Park in Pierson on sunday mrs. James Cunningham was hatless to seven members of the Cher a i club at her Home on thursday afternoon. July 3. Mrs Marvin Mcmurrin. The chairman opened the meeting by Reading a poem Quot july dirt Quot and presided at the Short meeting. A family picnic is planned for Augustio at the Stieneke Access Between Quimby and Washta at 6 30 . Bring your own table service drink and a dessert and a covered dish. The meeting closed by repeating the lords prayer. The hostess served a dessert luncheon later in the after turn. Or and mrs j. Dale Jenness motored to Ames on wednesday evening and visited till Friday evening with his Mother mrs. Duley Jenness. Or. And mrs. J. I it ale Jenness were fourth of july afternoon and luncheon guests with her brother and Sis ter in Law or. And mrs. Floyd Smith at Ankeny. Other guests were the Smiths daughters and families. Or. And mrs. Kenneth Reynolds and Jeff. Bonnie Barbara and Brian of Wisconsin or. And mrs. Harlan Hogrefe Anco Lauri. Debra and Denise s a by in t a Sarn a by Jan remember when a horse drawn bus pulled up in front of your door in the wee hours of the morning to take you to school this photo taken in 1924 is the first horse drawn school bus used at grand Meadow. Bus was driven by Dale Powell. Mrs. Marjorie Farber who sent in the picture says the bus was drawn by a team that could have delivered each Pupil safely Home without a Driver stopping at each House. You la note by the Long shadows of the photographer that the students had to be on the Road Early in the morning inside the bus were two Long seats facing each other like the old Street cars so there was lots of chatter. Of san Jose. Calif. Enro Ute Home the Jennessee called on his cousins. Or. And mrs Ernest wine and Donald at Boone. Or. And mrs Harold Hind of san Leandro. Calif wore july 4 dinner guests with Clarence and Winnie Pennington. Other guess were or an i mrs. D. War Vader. David Stieneke of Omaha nod or. And mrs. Gregg Ger does it if Cedar fails spent Over the fourth weekend with their parents. Or and mrs Dale Stie neko and Karen and Bill and . Or. And mrs. John Ihms. Or and mrs. Dale Stieneke Karen and Bill and a daughter and son in Law. Or. And mrs Gregg Geredes of Cedar Falls attended the wedding of Beverly St Mensch at the United methodist chinch at Pocahontas on sunday evening. Or. And mrs. Dale Stieneke Karen and Bill and or. And mrs Gregg Geredes of Cedar Falls attended a picnic july 4th evening at the he a me of or. And or Earl Kurtz of Alta or. And mrs. John Barryjr. And Mike and Douglas of Marcus visited sunday evening with her folks or and mrs. John Ihms or. And mrs. Harold Hind of san Leandro Calif Swient from thursday to saturday with his Stater and brother in la. Or. And mrs. D. Warrender and other relatives. Or. And mrs Duane Mitchell and family attended a 4th of july picnic at the Home of her brother or. And mrs. Darrell Hackett and family at Kingsley. The Best time for a Man s ship to come in is before he s too old to navigate. By is Sheridan sure shooters pies dem Doug Good bum called the May meeting of the Sheridan sure shooters to order with 21 members answering Roll Call by telling their plan for the summer. Robert Schleef gave the 4-h pledge followed by Tho american pledge by Darwin Henke. Don Rogge read the minutes and Ernie Rupp gave the treasurers report. Arnold Rogge talked on Money making projects which was approved by the club. Joe Schleef reported on 4-h Day. Pam Good bum talked on a the american lunch was served by the Good bums Cherokee inn Cut always first Quality a Semi annual she 11 i Chi in i i Muf in in Behm Complete Stock women s summer sportswear 23 includes Slacks shorts and skirts All drastically reduced. Mott sizes. Orig. $4-00 of $9.00 so Complete Stock men s and boy s swimwear choose from Good selection of assorted styles and colors. Extra values. 1� 2�?o 3�?o women a Blouse specials 1� 3� sleeveless styles Dressy types orig. $3.00 of $5.00 menus walking shorts no Iron styles in solids and plaids Sless 25-42 2� girls summer sportswear too f0 300 Complete stocks of sets shorts Slacks knit tops and skirts menus sport shirts includes Woven and knits in Short and Long sleeves 250 women a summer sandals j22 22 Joo Complete Stock not All size in All Atylean come Early 8ave boys walk shorts amp jeans i most sizes in no Iron styles. Get several and eave women a dress amp casual shoes includes heels and Flats not All sizes women s knee i stockings All sizes in colors. Save big. Orig. $1.00 women a summer handbags just a few left a All better styles All women s swim Wear not Many left a broken Szu. Orig. �11 to $22 All girl s swim Wear just a few left not All sizes. Orig $3 to $6 women s better dresses Good selection of summer styles. V to $18 $4-$s 3 it Quot $1 2.22 $9.00 $2 $3 $6 $10 or. Boys play shorts boys tops in Plain and plaids. Most sizes 3 to 7 asst. Curtains reduced includes panels tiers and valances a big savings All summer piece goods includes All better summer fabrics orig. 90c to $1.98 orlon Sayell yarn save at this Low Low pries remnants reduced one full table marked Way Down infants amp toddlers Wear marked Way Down big selection i00 $1 $2 47 77 22 in remember you can charge it at Penney shop our Catalon desk a basement store a phone 225-2516 store hours a monday thru thursday 9 . To 5 30 . A Friday 9 . To 9 .�?saturday 9 . To 5

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