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Creston News Advertiser (Newspaper) - June 13, 1964, Creston, Iowa Creston news advertiser Creston Iowa saturday june 13, 1964. Page three visiting with neighbors by e. J. Van Nostrand another letting for improvement of Highway 34 in the works. This one is for a stretch this Way from Lucas to the Clarke it county line. That is the Hilly piece of no. 34. It is pretty straight but it is Hilly and the pavement in bad shape. Reports from Osceola Way to effect that pavement was built in 1930 a Over 30 years ago. It had Early trouble of breaking up because of so Many Hill Side sleepy places. / / you suppose he s got a new set of blueprints another piece around Tibia is about to be paved. They have been straightening it lip cutting out kinks and turns All Over the place. That is going to be a line piece of Road. And with the newest improvements coming up. No. 34 will soon become the Cross state thoroughfare it should be. There is a lot of future for 34. He Are glad to see the Highway commission giving it the attention it deserves. The annual note from it. Pleasant. They Are getting ready for their annual old settlers and threshers association meeting. The old steam engines really draw attention. It is scheduled sept 9 through 12. Always draws a lot of folks including some steam engine experts from around Here. Then they Are adding a feature this year. They Are going to have an old fashioned Chautauqua with entertainment each evening. The Chautauqua item will draw a lot of memories for those who can recall the 1920s easily. Most Chautauqua bit the dust by the 1930s. Most communities had them a each summer. Generally they ran from a week to 10 Days. Had programs afternoon and evenings. Sometimes had a morning Bible hour or something of similar nature. In earlier years it was common for folks to set up a tent on the grounds Camp out As it were for the duration. A regular summer Outing for the family. Of course those were Days when transportation was not so easy and flexible. People spent vacations at Home a or just did no to take any. Now with vacations More diversified and far Flung the tenting out at Chautauqua pretty tame. But we suspect the it. Pleasant affair will draw quite a few just for old times Sake. Art Holbrook who lived in Creston out crated Hill top acres until a year or so ago now of Chandler ariz., sends along a copy of the a Arizona Hays and ways Magazine which has quite a piece on Dick Wick Hall a a native of Creston Iowa. There won t be too Many of us who will remember Dick Wick Hall. He was born March 20, 1877 at Creston on a the coldest Day in the history of the world so he wrote. The Mercury was 35 below that Day a the a first Day of Spring according to the Calendar. Hall moved to Arizona in 1905, founded the town of Salome operated a Gas station and gained National Fame As a humorist and a wit. He printed the Salome Sun a a with a laugh on a mimeograph and became known the country Over for his tall stories and humor. He wrote about Salome in the saturday a evening Post. He admitted to starting the town of Salome in the Middle of a desert without a dime and without water. Just thought there might be a future and this he with his writing. His stories of people Stop it ing in Salome to buy Gas or something to eat became legendary. He develop a some philosophy. Outside of real Money he said that false Teeth est it scially from women the Best Security one could get in payment for five Gallons of Gas. One could be pretty sure of getting his Money Back for them he said. Another Good item of Security was a wig. Seemed folks wanted to get those Back too. Hall died in 1926 and is buried at Salome. Quite a bit is being written about him these Days. In addition to the Arizona piece another feature item brought in by Merwyn Allen also written by Roscoe g. Willson on Wicks Story of the �?~�?~20-mile Golf seems a fellow came through Salome and mapped out a Golf course for the folks As a status item. Somehow they read Yards As rods so no. 1 Hole was 614 rods something approaching two Miles Long or so Wick told it anyway. About Art Holbrook living in the Valley of the Sun near at cd handier. Vegetables Cotton and Citrus fruit grown on Large scale. Much Home building and entire sections devoted to senior citizens. He sends his regards to the Creston folks. Glad to hear from him. The doctor s mailbag Light headless often has underlying cause Washington column How much warning of enemy attack 13 minutes a followup note As it were from w. Spurgeon maus whom we mentioned a week or so ago. He was a member of the cres ton High school class of 1914. Does no to see Many Creston people in California any More he writes. Older generation not attending Iowa picnics so Well. He mentions seeing the Winegardner girls mrs. Prudence Tate and mrs Estella Sprague who live in Yucaipa Calif. Mrs. Madge Harvey lives in Burbank. She used 1 to operate the Harvey bakery on North Pine Street before world War i. Herman p. Dunlap is in Riverside Calif. Or. Maus writes they Are taking a trip to Europe starting in july. An improvement of special note out at the Crest Moor Golf course. The old merry go round swing which was located in front of the club House has been moved South to the playground area. For a time though it reposed in unceremonious confusion a on its Side a by the club Entrance. Looked like a candidate for the junk Yard. But now in place in the playground a a Nice addition a and improves the Entrance sight too. Good work president Frank Smith and cohorts. Southwest Iowa history front files of Creston news advertiser 10 years ago the temperature at noon today was 81 degrees. Mrs. Paul Riopko mrs. Onia White and mrs. J. G. Ryason will drive to Mason City to attend the grand crawl of the military order of cooties and coot ettes. Mrs. Riepe and mrs. Ryason Are state officers. Evan Rayl of Afton has been selected As Ore of eight candidates for state 4-h office. He s the son of or. And i s. Fer Rol Rayl and is a Meiier of the Royal rustlers club. Edward g. Carlson was reappointed to the Union county soldiers Relief commission by the Board of supervisors for a three year term. Other members Are Guy Perry of Creston and Malcolm Amos of Afton. 15 years ago the temperature at noon today was 72 degrees. A Gold Star Tea was held at the vow Hall by the vow auxiliary. With the National president and department president and Gold Star mothers As Spe-1 Cial guests. The Creston chapter of National hairdressers and cosmetologists held a meeting and enjoyed an educational program of movies at hotel Iowana. Lenore Rae i it Enhart entertained neigh hoi s at a Kitchen Shower for demons Ritter Bode elect of the coming fall. 25 years ago the temperature at noon today was 71 degrees. Flag Day was observed by j the daughter of the american i Evo Lorton meeting at tire Home of mrs e. D. Arnold. Mrs. Mer Rill Moore was program chairman. Or. And i s. George Vicker have returned from a trip into Missouri. They were married june 7 and will make their Home in the Williamson Community. Or. And mrs. Lewis Hance poo North Cherry Street were pleasantly surprised when about 30 friends and relatives arrived for a picnic dinner and a miscellaneous Shower. By Ray Womley Washington correspondent newspaper Enterprise Assn. Washington a Nea when two astronauts make the second manned gemini trip Early in 1965, besides preparing the Way for a 1971 trip to the Moon be carrying out a critical a Side jobs for the defense department. They la have orders to Lake careful measurements of the infrared radiation Given off by a n intercontinental ballistic Sile during launch and flight. Reason research now under was with infrared rays could Al a most double the warning time . Defense men would have against a red in by sneak attack. These studies 1 Lif might also open the door event j rally to a More certain method of killing the big intercontinental infrared rays Are heat rays with wave lengths Shorter than radio Waves and longer than the rays of visible red Light. Defenders inlay would to Lucky to got 13 minutes not ire of an attack. There a worry that when Nike x is a a footed it could be a a saturated by a Large enemy icbms strike. The infrared work is based on the finding that every ice pm j russian or american gives off j its own particular infrared radiation pattern when blasting off while flying through spare and when re entering the Earth s atmosphere. To make an infrared detection system work it will be necessary to make a great Many observations and measurements build a catalogue of the characteristics of every known missile and record what variations in the mis a Sile cause what changes in its infrared it will be necessary to determine what might be done to disguise a missile and to change its infrared pattern enough so that it would in unrecognizable. To make it possible to accurately distinguish Between the infrared a a signature of a missile and the natural infrared in the sky the gemini astronauts will make measurements of Earth and sky backgrounds. That is. measure infrared radiation Given off by the Moon stars Earth and other planets. The work to be done by the gemini astronauts is Only a part of the Job. A series of measurements Are being from the ground. An air plane has been instrumented for tin detection and analysis of infrared visible and ultraviolet radiation from missiles during flight. These radiation characteristics will be compared with those of High flying aircraft including the x-15, and with infrared patterns of Dummy warheads. These Meas rement a i one wont be sufficient. Ix1-Tection and tracking of icbms could be seriously affected by the sky background radiation resulting from nuclear explosions. Since High Altitude nuclear tests Are now banned military designers will use1 data obtained from the 1962 Pacific tests on the duration intensity and it a Cial characteristics of interference caused by nuclear blasts. This 1962 data leaves something to l e desired. But its better than nothing. Once the department of 1 sense perfects a system for the immediate accurate determination of an icbms blast off. It cd wild mean 25-28 minutes Advance warning for . Defenders. If an infrared detection sys tem proves More difficult to it will by More reliable than today a radar. Such a warning system could trigger development of an antimissile system Able to attack enemy missiles Long before they reached the . And presumably before they could disgorge distracting decoys. Or. Gordons celebrate Clearfield or. And mrs m. T. Gordon on served their 18th wedding anniversary by dining at the be rung cafe in Crestin on sunday june 7. Their daughters Kathy Connie sue and Christy Kay and Barbara Whitmore and mrs. Gordon smother or. Anna Slocum of i gets Moines also were present. Following Ttye dinner Kathy. Connie and Barbara accompanied or. Slocum to Des Moines for a week. Or. And mrs. Gilbert Shaffer and daughters of Boulder. Colo., tame saturday and Are visiting relatives Here they were accompanied to Clear fiem by i s Myrtle Shaffer tio had Sjuk it several weeks tie Clyde Shaffer family at Boulder. Mrs. Mabel Horton and or Nora Yaw visited in in nox monday evening. Or. And mrs. Harold Malm Ixer of Shenandoah Wen visitors of or and mis. Or from gallic recently. I s. Bud pole and mrs. Willis Allen of Tollerton went to Woodward to attend High school graduation. I s. Pyle a Grawi a. Gary Lind was a Rem Ber of the class. With about 70 manufacturers the sewing machine Industry of Japan is t he largest in the world. By Wayne g. Brandstadt m l. Espa or Enterprise Assn. Ltd whal causes lightheadedness and whal can be done for it a a is a feeling of faintness without actual loss of consciousness As in True fainting it May be associated with a sudden emotional Shock a sudden change of position is in getting out of Bill too fast prolonged standing hunger Lack of sleep recovery from a severe illness extremes of heat or cold. Loss of blood As with a nosebleed Bkwo in the Abd o m e n. Severe pain exposure to noxious fumes. Hnton tilt excessive d e c p breathing hyi>erventilat1on and an overdose of insulin or various other drugs. The underlying cause is a lowering of the by retd pressure and the resultant failure of your brain to receive enough oxygen. At the first sign of lightheaded Ness you should lie Down or sit Down and put your head Between your Knees. If you fail to do this you May faint and fall injuring your head. Smelling salts Are sometimes used to restore the blood pressure or a Small dose of aromatic spirits of ammonia May he Given in a Glass of water. If you have these attacks often you should have a thorough checkup so that your doctor can determine the cause q a i am 35 year old. When i was a child i had rheumatic fever w hich damaged my heart. I took digitalis tor More than 10 years. Four years ago. After extensive heart tests i was taken off the digitalis and put on Ataras. What does this drug do is it harmful to take it for such a Long time a a hydroxy lne Ataras is an Antihistamine that Lias Kimmi used experimentally to control some irregularities of the pulse it also lessens anxiety and nervous tension. Four years seems like a Long time to take it but if the dose is properly adjusted and if it helps you its continued use would not harm you a Wlms Cau a a blood vessel to break in the White of the Eye \ a Haemorrhage in the White of the Eye May be caused by a blow to the Eye. Inflammation of the eyeball or a sudden Strain As in sneezing or enough i ing. To May occur of any age but is relatively common in elderly persons w Ith hardening of the arteries. It May also occur without any apparent cause. The he oof is real it Sorl ted in about it Datys and no treatment is required. Q a what causes torus Pala Tinus does it Ever get cancerous is there a remedy for it a a torus is a protuberance on the hard plate that is present from birth. It is just a deviation from the Normal rat iter than a disease. No treatment is necessary. It clix a a not Lead to cancer. Please Send your questions and comments to Wayne g. I Brandstadt m.d., in care of this paper. While or. Brand-1 Stadt cannot answer individual letters he will answer letters of general interest in future columns. Read the want and Page m is. Swartz attends Sci commencement Shannon City a mrs. Francis Swartz accompanied or. And mrs. Ben Gilmore of Omaha to Cedar Falls to attend the graduation of her son in Law a and daughter or and Henry Becker from state College of Iowa. Or and mrs. Lonnie Mailer of Lorimor called at the Clyde St Rad Ley Home on business monday. I s. Clara Dippert has returned Home after staying w few Days in tvs to inc and attending the Vinton school Alif Armi gathering. Or. And mrs. Walter Vorlee and mrs. Short were guests at and mrs. Minnie Short were guests at the Howard verities Home sunday afternoon and remained for a Barbecue supper. Or. Ami mrs. Bob Dillen Wirg and daughter of coming Fenre other guests. Smallest unit cared for by the National Park service is the dwelling where president Lincoln died in Washington . Arizona has an Indian population of More than 70,000. 1 Creston nows adv Trisor i j. Van Nostrand. Publish published afternoons except sunday by the erosion publishing company 206 North Maple Street. Entered at Posto fico in Creston Iowa As second class mail matter under i the act of Congress on March 2, 1879 official paper for Creston for Union county and for Union county Extension service. Member of the Inland daily press association. Member Iowa daily press association. De Moines news and business office. 508 shops building. Member of the associated press a the associated press is entitled sex Dat ively to the use for reproduction of All local As Well As All a news j dispatches subscription rates a in Creston by earner 35c per week. J by mail in Union arid of oin ing j counties $9 per years $4 75 is months. In Iowa outside Union and a adjoining counties $10 per Yea i j outs do Iowa $13 per year. By i evening motor route $13 per yer j in Creston if you foil to receive j you paper dial 782 2 41 before j 6 15 pm and a paper Wilt be Dis i patched to you. Class picnic honors Bob Moore Kent a the class of 1945 of the Cromwell school enjoyed a picnic at Mckinley Park in Creston sunday night honouring Bob Moore of California. Or. Moore also was honoured at a cooperative dinner sunday at the Roger Moore Home. Those present were or. And mrs. Linus Moore of Corning. Or. And mrs. Joe Moore of mount Etna. Or. And mrs. John Moore and Kathy or. And mrs. Bill Moore and family of Breda and or. And mrs. Louis Moore. Earlier a picnic supper was enjoyed by or. And mrs. Tom Mullin and or. And mrs. Don Mullin and family of Creston. Or. And mrs. Don Mernaugh. Mike and Ronnie and the Moore families. Hicks Cusack Agency Lloyd Hick a Ellen cutback representing Hartford lire insurance company pm. 78? 4018 a Creston Iowa 104 n. Elm ground floor dial 782-2141 before 615 in Creston if Yon fail to receive your copy of the news advertiser a Call the news advertiser office. A paper will be dispatched to your promptly. This service a mailable a til i 15 . Daily. Creston news advertiser department the family hour begins at 9 you can cart anywhere in the . For $1.00 or less after 9 pm. Convenient direct distance dealing makes it easier. Enjoy yourself. Keep in touch when the Low Cost family hour begins at 9. To Tumtum. Pint Ltd tent ii m he Creston Mittal Telephone co. Us dict 0istanci 0iaum0 Idoo an0 Avi Money remember dads Day it with America a Best liked underwear t athletic shirts soft springy absorbent Cotton knit. Cot a Comfort Ond smooth fit. Pure White finish that looking washing after washing. Size 34-54. 3 for 45 49< a. Tee shirts soft Cotton knit Quarter sleeve shirt. Looks equally pm on undershirt or sport shirt. Long tuck in wont Ndoc to Sixes 5, my Al. 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