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Grand Junction Globe Free Press (Newspaper) - July 10, 1969, Grand Junction, Iowa Capitol letter by Don Reid i pay some county officials apparently will receive a hipper pay increase than expected. The legislature with some exceptions voted an across the Board increase of $2,000 for county officials. Hut j be cause of a mix up in drafting the Bill the lawmakers approved a larger pay raise up to $4,000 in some instances. The salaries of the county auditors treasurers recorders and clerks of District court Are based on a county a population and taxable valuation. The Crux of the problem is that in the past the valuation of moneys and credits has been excluded in figuring a county a taxable valuation. But the la 69 general Assembly forgot to exclude moneys and credits in arriving at the formula. The attorney general s office has advised counties to include the valuation of moneys and credits in figuring the officers salaries. Supervisors sheriffs and county attorneys Are not involved. The additional increases will Range from $100 in Webster county to $4,000 in Linn county. Remap legislative eyes have turned toward the Iowa supreme court to see what the High tribunal has to say about the reapportionment plan adopted by the i960 legislature. One of the five constitutional amendments approved by voters last year called for the lawmakers to reduce the size of the general Assembly from 185 to 150 members. The legislature following this mandate did reduce the size of the legislature to a too member House and a 50 member Senate. It established a 14 member bipartisan commission to come up with a reapportionment plan. But when this plan was presented to the Republican controlled legislature the lawmakers walked and revised the plan. Democrats threatened a lawsuit which has now been filed. The democrats contend in the suit filed with the Iowa supreme court that the plan approved by the legislature contains districts which vary so much in population that they violate both state and Federal constitutions. The interesting feature of this latest Flap Over reapportionment is that the amendment approved last year provides that if the Iowa supreme court decides the plan is unconstitutional it then has 90 Days in which to a adopt or cause to be adopted an apportionment plan which meets Federal and state requirements. This raises the question of a special session of the legislature if the court decides the plan is unconstitutional. Regents the state Board of regents has asked the presidents of the three state universities to re examine their operations to see if they can come up with Means for reducing their expenditures. The regents recently increased tuition at the universities As much As $250 a year. This triggered demands from some of the legislators for an investigation into the operations of the universities. Williard Boyd president elect of the University of Iowa told the regents that his staff has Beeti studying possible cuts. A but a he added a i believe All the programs that have been developed at the University have been developed with care. If we Are going to dismantle it should also be done with care. It would be a Dis service if we simply were to use a meat the thought behind the examination into the current programs is to reduce tuition increases. But the regents indicated a Rollback in tuition could not come before the 1970-71 school year and then Only at the Price of eliminating entire University programs or maybe limiting enrolments. Liquor the state liquor commission has announced a four per cent increase on liquor purchased at state stores. The budget of gov. Robert Ray was predicated on a boost in liquor prices to bring in $2.5 million annually. The four per cent increase at the retail level is expected to raise Between $2.5 to $2.6 annually. Change the beginning of a new fiscal year Means some changes in chairmanships of state agencies. In something of a Surprise the Republican controlled liquor commission has elected Homer r. Adcock Des Moines Democrat As its chairman. Cecil Reed Cedar rapids Republican has been selected to head up the Iowa employment Security commission. In addition gov. Ray has made numerous appointments to various state boards and commissions. These include William c. Hubbard Iowa City and Kenneth Wolfe Marshalltown to the Iowa Merit employment commission mrs. Meridean Maas Liscomb or. Harry c. Rasdal Spencer and or. Albert Soucek Iowa City to the state Board of health Earle g. Bellamy Knoxville to the school budget review committee Dwight e. Fry Greenfield to the pharmacy examiners or. Harold w. Stidwell Villisca to the Board of dentistry and Carl d. Smith Marion Robert Anderson Des Moines or. Arthur Shafer and John Jebens both of Davenport to the air pollution control commission. Return the state Revenue department has received 990,000 individual income tax returns. Of this number 770,000 of the state returns seek refunds. The department said All returns received before april 30 have been processed. However 14 per cent of these returns have been rejected by the computer audit. These returns must be manually reviewed by departmental personnel to determine the cause of rejection be corrected and then re entered into the processing system. Presently 58,000 returns claiming a refund have been rejected by the system and therefore must be re processed. Tortoise the Fred Robinsons of Malvern met an old pet this month. A Small Tortoise was unearthed from under their front porch and on inspection of its Shell Fred or. Found initials which he is certain he scratched on it 35 years ago. The Turtle is still Chipper and apparently has fared very Well on the Robinsons Tomato and vegetable Garden produce. Annual guest Day the annual guest Day of the United presbyterian women of Paton was held thursday morning. June 26, in the Fellowship Hall of he Church mrs. Roy Aldrich president opened the meeting at ii . Welcoming the 63 members and guests. Guests were from the Catholic. Salem United methodist United methodist presbyterian and Dana United methodist churches. Following the singing of Quot my country tis of thee a mrs. Lena Ozbun led the group in a devotional period. Piano solos were played by Leslie Aldrich and Peggy Neiderheiser. Judy and Jane Walker played a piano duet. A Trio consisting of mrs. Myron Fox mrs. Glen Blair and mrs. Eugene Fox Sang the hymn. A go and the Walker Aldrich and Neider Heiser children Sang a Lively number Quot on top of following the doxology Brunch was served by the hostesses mrs. I rem1 Rhynsburger mrs. Myron Fox mrs. George Walker and mrs. Lloyd Hoskins. The speaker for the morning was mrs. Leo Dumdei sr., whose subject was a go and the meeting was closed with the singing of a god be with names in the news mrs. Fred Fritz was hostess in her Home to d. W. Bridge club june 18, in the evening with dessert luncheon and Bridge. Prizes went to mrs. Harry Ruth High and mrs. Clarence Wilbur second High. Or. And mrs. Dick Powell Lori and Suzanne of Plain Wisconsin were fourth of july weekend visitors at the Neil Berry Home. Pfc. Danny Miers arrived Home june 27, and leaves july 12, for Washington and then on to Korea where he is medics intern. He is visiting his Mother mrs. Violet Vaughn his wife who lives in Jefferson and his Brothers and Sisters. Fourth of july picnic supper guests at the Darrell Shriver Home were or. And mrs. Larry Shriver Michael and Jeffrey of Des Moines or. And mrs. Duane Shriver Donia and Christen of Audubon and or. And mrs. Claud Neiderheiser Peggy and Kari of Paton. Or. And mrs. Henry Kolb of Fairfax Minnesota returned to their Home after several Days visit at the Home of his sister and brother in Law or. And mrs. Roy Tallman. Other callers in the tall Man Home to visit the Kolbs were or. And mrs. George Busch Marty and Joey of near Boone. Saturday night and sunday guests at the Darrel Shriver Home were or. And mrs. Duane Shriver Donia and Christen of Audubon. Sunday the Darrell Shriver and Duane Shriver family and or. And mrs. Claud Neiderheiser Peggy and Kari went to Des Moines to Larry shrivers Home for a picnic. Mrs. Dick Wilson worthy Matron of e. P. French chapter Oes accompanied by mrs. Everett Benson attended District open House at the Eastern Star masonic Home in Boone sunday afternoon june 29. Or. And mrs. Dick Wilson and Jeff were weekend guests of her Parent or. And mrs. Eldon Darling of Britt. Mrs. Kenneth Smith and Natalie had a birthday dinner sunday in their Home for Kenneth. Others attending were mrs. Martha Smith or. And mrs. Eldon Darling All of Britt and or. And mrs. Dick Wilson and Jeff of Paton. Sunday evening guests of or. And mrs. Dick Wilson and Jeff were or. And mrs. Russ Wilson and Stephanie of Des Moines and or. And mrs. Rex Wilson and Kevin of Paton. Or. And mrs. Wilbur Henning of Bagley were guests of or. And mrs. Clifford Bancroft Friday afternoon july 4. Miss Mary Ida rink is a patient in the Greene county Hospital Jefferson. Amy Newkirk daughter of mrs. Pauline Newkirk fell at her Home and broke her foot. It is now in a cast. Or. And mrs. Fred Klocksiem a daughter mrs. Weldon Julander and her son Robert of Littleton Colorado returned Home monday after spending several Days with her parents. Saturday night guests in the Myron Fox Home were mrs. Eliza Haggee and mrs. Louise Daniel of fort Dodge. Or. And mrs. Everett Zenor and girls of Montara California were saturday night supper guests in the Myron Fox Home. Or. Zenor is mrs. Foxes brother. Weekend guests of or. And mrs. Kenney Galvin and Shari were or. And mrs. Robert Galvin of Ripon Wisconsin. Or. And mrs. Lyle Sheurman and Angie of fort Dodge have purchased the Clem Henkenius House in Paton and moved in sunday june 29. Or. And mrs. Henkenius and Doris moved to their Home in Carroll saturday june 28. Mrs. Harry Ruth entertained the d. W. Bridge group at a dessert luncheon in her Home at 7 . Thursday july 3. Mrs. Fred pm Ritz won the High Bridge prize and mrs. Ronald Swain received second High. The Globe free press the Paton portrait and the Rippey news volume 98 mrs. Fulton Taylor. Local editor published at grand Junction Iowa thursday july to 1969 number 28 where were you when the lights went out Lune 26? cooperative dinner honors new minister and family sunday evening june 29, approximately Hio people from the first United methodist and Salem United methodist churches of Paton gathered at the Paton Park shelter House for a cooperative dinner to Honor the Rev. And mrs. Harold e. Schiron and their children Suzanne Cathy Eddie and Sherry. The Rev. Schirm has recently arrived in Paton to serve As pastor of the two churches. Prior to the dinner a Short program was held with a quartet composed of mrs. Bill Dixon Doyle Carlson and or. And mrs. N pm Lehman singing several numbers. Mrs. Carl Carlton welcomed the honoured guests and presented them with gift. Of Linen which the Church members had brought. Bernard g. Griffin died july 2,1969 requiem mass for Bernard g. Griffin 62, was celebrated by the Rev. Peter j. Franzeo at to . Saturday july 5, 1969, in St. Brigid a Church grand Junction. James Fields John Fields. Pat Griffin Pat Cauvan William Riehl and Carter Howard were casket bearers. Interment was in it. Calvary cemetery grand Junction. Bernard Gregory Griffin son of Daniel f. And Catherine Fields Griffin was born August 25, 1906, in Dawson township Greene county Iowa. It was raised there and attended Paton High school. In 1923 Bernard was United in marriage with Lena Hanson. They were the parents of two sons John and Francis and one daughter Joan. Or. Griffin lived most of his life in the Paton and Jefferson arca and for 15 years in Des Moines. For approximately the last three years he has been in the Hospital at Oakdale Iowa and recently in Des Moines where he died july 2. Or. Griffin was a member of St. Johns Catholic Church at Paton. He was preceded in death by his parents two Brothers Francis and Leo and a baby sister Ellen. His survivors include his two sons John of Paton and Francis d. Griffin of Honolulu Hawaii his daughter mrs. David Joan Morgan of Rantoul Illinois. Three Brothers Timothy and Richard both of Paton and Cyril of Afton Iowa other relatives and Many friends. A pcs joint meeting the Paton United methodist women a society of Christian service met july 3 at the Paton Park shelter House for their regular meeting. Ladies of the Salem United methodist a pcs were guests. Mrs. William Peterson and mrs. Howard Stine assisted by mrs. Lyle Marshall mrs. Carl Carlson and mrs. Jesse Wilson presented the lesson a foundations for officers training is to be july 22 at Gowrie. All officers and Circle leaders Are urged to attend. There will be an executive meeting hut no regular a pcs meeting in August. Twigs on Kvid to eleven members of the twigs Paton Junior Garden club appeared on tiny Garden club of the air Over Kvid to in fort Dodge monday afternoon june 23. Each Twig gave a min talk on some phase of nature study. They were introduced by Elizabeth Johnson the twigs Junior High advisor. Mrs. Hugh Moore Iowa Garden club to chairman then interviewed mrs. Lena Ozbun on Junior Garden club work and on the Paton Flower show scheduled for june 25. Mrs. Ozbun is a Junior Leader and chairman of the Flower show. Drivers for the group were mrs. Ozbun mrs. Dorothy Mace and mrs. Merle Wilson. Deans Honor Roll a i me Nuckols daughter of or. An mrs. D. L. Nuckolls was re Cei \ named to the Deans Honor to for the second semester at we mar College is Mars Iowa. I Nuckolls was a Junior dining tha semester. Esther Batcheller died june 29,1969 funeral services for mrs. Esther Batcheller 82, Long time resident to qualify for the Deans Honor i of the Paton Gowrie area were at at West mar a coeducational 1 30 . Tuesday july i in the a United methodist Church at Gow Flowers it it Frt lib Al arts College related to Thun i methodist Church a Btu Dei must Carn a Grade Point ave in a of at least 3.25. A 3.00 Grade to average is a b average and a 4.1 is straight a. List fall West mar adopted an uni in 4-1-4 plan of education. The plan provides for two 15 week sen sters during which students Tai four 4-hour courses. During the week interim in january the Quot i the West mar 4-1-4 plan student concentrate on a single sub Jelt Quot on Campus elsewhere in the or re states or abroad. Tie College offers seven majors tie. The Rev. Forrest f elated at the services. Music was provided by mrs. Leon Hoskinson and mrs. George Van attn a duet with mrs. I. A. Millard As the a Campania pallbearers were Don Solidi Curtis Anderson Kenneth Belander Harley Batcheller Martin Batcheller and Duane Batcheller. Interment was in tile lost Grove cemetery near Gowrie. Mrs. Don solii11 and mrs. Max Palmer had charge of the mrs. Batcheller died sunday i the shelter House. All that saved it was that the doors were opened. Then straight across to Neiderheiser and Grimes House and Down the Road East past Standard Oil station to the Comer of Taylor no. I House and turned North went even with the Gibson Home turned Oast and took Ned Gibson s _ trailer Home his shorts and socks How Lucky we were that All Homes i and up to Clifford Bancroft now were still standing with the sex you Tell me where did that Cherry cent Ion of one trailer House. And tree go at the Bancroft Home you our hearts go out to this Young should be put in the Jost and column. Couple who bad this terrible sex j Pei Ince in their first year of mar the storm bad lied life. Blit even they have so much to be thankful for. Well Here was a big Job to by it. Happened so quickly Many of us hardly knew where we wore or what had happened. If this storm Cloud had been a few feet lower where would Paton have been ? another Belmond or Charles City i m sure. Within minutes people were out sizing up the situation checking the damage and checking for injuries. We soon could see Lone and believe me before Long it was being tackled. Farmers came in with trucks. Tractors with loaders Chain saws some even from nearby towns. Men women i Anil children were out with carts Flowers rakes etc., cleaning up the fallen All who had damage thank god slim by Trees branches leaves and broken i no one was killed. Never Iii Paton Tail and the rumbling noise was horrible. It reminded me of a shark. Why no one was killed. ? children were outdoors and no one saw it come. We thought it was a warning from god that we better take heed. Holy water was really sprinkled in our House and i know that a Why we were so Lucky. Pm s Cly for june 29, in the extended i Glass. I in sur sight seers and i were there luny worried Moth h of three division in a a in humanities Are Art English languages music philosophy Reli i and speech and dramatic arts. Natural sciences majors Are by. By chemistry Home economic Industrial arts mathematics physical education and physics. In the. Social sciences majors Are Busine administration and economies business education educator history political science psych try and sociology. Majors care Cen of the game it unto people returning Homo from work Ere and dad s looking for their Hospital at Jefferson. She had i later ,.,. A believe How tile town looked at in the afternoon Quot i been a patient at the Hospital for. The Pius 2 la years and prior to 2 20 that thursday afternoon june that bad received care at. A Chur 36, 1969. I urge Crews of Mon women Ami honoree an open House was held by the family and friends of or. Ronald e. Lofgren in Honor of his forty years of dental practice in Mediapolis. Quot got seat belts a you bet Quot always use them a Well according to the National safety Council 4 out of 5 Auto accidents happen within 25 Miles of Home. Done to play the Odds. Always buckle your seat Belt. Near or far away from Home. Pill Box by Charlotte Taylor monday wednesday and thursday june 23, 25 and 26, worked on Paton portrait so that june 30 until july 7 was vacation. Daughter Terry Lou and her sons Tony and Gary were Home so you know what a perfect time i had. Enjoyed All our excursions. It was a most wonderful vacation. A of i Hope All the Globe employees Are Back with million Dollar tans. Someone has to stay Home and keep the Home fires burning so our Boss w. E. W. And mrs. W. Did not take a vacation they worked Many hours on Centennial history of grand Junction and will grand Junction be in for a most Beautiful Surprise when they see it How proud they will be. Just what i peeked at when no one was looking i was wishing it was Paton Centennial history. With All the enthusiasm and cooperation grand Junction Centennial july Roll and 12 will be a great Success. We folks Here at Paton sure plan to be there. Note Paton and Dana history on Page 7 of the july to Globe a of Many wrote about our storm. It is never too late to say thank you. Because we were packing our bags and leaving for vacation the Day of Paton a storm we will print items about it this week. Men women children wrote their version of the storm. They said no names please. I Hope you enjoy Reading this As much As i enjoyed these wonderful people who took the time to Tell us about the storm. Each one had experienced something different. A of where did the month of june go by this edition july to the fourth of july 1969, will be history and we Are now into the seventh month of the year. Just a reminder that your contributions of news items Are always Welcome and appreciated. Be prompt and come to my House not later than to of clock monday morning earlier if possible. Montana visitor mrs. Margaret Richard formerly Margaret Wise of Hardin Montana and her Cousin mrs. Dorothy Phillips of rapid City South Dakota stopped in Paton thursday evening. They called on Berea and Gordon Carl and had supper with Jessie and Darrell Shriver. Eva Blair stopped in to see them also. The two ladies were returning from a trip where they had visited relatives in Kansas and West Virginia. Berea Margaret and Jessie were classmates in Paton High school. Accident mrs. Darrell Shriver and Hilles Taylor jr., were involved in an Auto Accident on main Street saturday morning july 5. Mrs. Shriver was backing out of a parking space on the East Side of the Street and or. Taylor was travelling North on main when the Accident occurred. Both Drivers received medical attention. Damage to the vehicles was extensive. Churches St. John Catholic Church Paton Iowa Rev. Peter Franzeo pastor sunday mass to . Confes Sions before mass. Mass servers John Lynch and Thomas Lindquist. Mrs. Rex Wilson has been assigned to clean at St. Johns Church july 12. Paton United methodist Church Paton Iowa Rev. Harold e. Schirm minister worship service 9 . Sunday school to . First United presbyterian Church Paton Iowa Rev. Richard m. Preston pastor morning worship 9 . Sunday school 9 45 . Salem United methodist Church Paton Iowa Rev. Harold e. Schirm pastor sunday school 9 . Morning worship to . Card of thanks we wish to thank everyone who showed their concern in so Many ways at the time of our bereavement. Mrs. Raymond Lind and Gary or. And mrs. Larry Gardner and Mike or. And mrs. Wilfred Lansman and David card of thanks we thank the Paton Community and everyone for helping clean up the wreckage and save our valuables at the time of the storm when we lost our trailer Home. Ned and Kathy Gibson card of thanks thanks to Paton Community and everybody for your wonderful help at the school House after the severe storm. Paton Churdan school Board of education card of thanks we thank everyone who helped at our Home and cleaned up our Yard after the storm. Your kind deeds will not be forgotten. May god bless. George and Elsie Beaty card of thanks we extend our grateful appreciation to All our Good friends neighbors and relatives who helped us clean up after the twister that struck our farmstead. May god bless each of you. Clifford and Evelyn Bancroft and family Popcorn Betsy Lewis submitted these recipe meat loaves 1 it 3 strips of Bacon Fine and mix with cup bread crumbs t. Cup evaporated milk 1 go 2 Teaspoons Salt 2 Tablespoons chopped onion i a pounds ground beef Pound lean pork ground blend Well shape into 7 or h loaves or meat balls. Place in shallow baking dish. Sauce mix together l2 cup Catsup. Cup vinegar i Tablespoon Worcestershire sauce 1 Teaspoon Chili powder 2 Tablespoons chopped onion pour this sauce Over the meat. Bake one hour at 350 degrees Basting frequently. Make a Dent in top of each loaf or meat Ball and it will hold sauce. Cabbage salad a cup vinegar % cup sugar i i Teaspoons Gelatin softened in 2 Tablespoons cold water i Teaspoon celery seed it Teaspoon Salt % Teaspoon Pepper it cup salad Oil i cup cabbage shredded Fine i Green Pepper diced Fine i Carrot grated Fine is onion minced Fine prepare vegetables heat vinegar and sugar stir in Gelatin and water. Add celery seed Salt and Pepper. Chill until syrupy then beat in salad Oil. Fold dressing into vegetables. Let stand 24 hours or More in refrigerator. Serves 8. Butterscotch pie 3 egg Yolks 1 cup Brown sugar 6 scant Tablespoons flour 2 cups milk a Teaspoon Salt 2 Teaspoons Vanilla 2 Tablespoons butter beat egg Yolks with sugar add Dan nursing Home. Est her Alfreda Batcheller youngest child of Louis and Anna Swensen Nelson was born september 17. 1886, near new Windsor Illinois. The Nelson family moved from Illinois to the Boxholm area while she was a Young girl. She received her schooling there and the family continued to live in the area for Many years before moving to Gowrie to make their borne. On april 2, 1908, Esther was United in marriage to Ira Batcheller of Paton at Gowrie. After their marriage the couple moved to a farm North of Paton. To this Union one daughter Sadie was born. The family continued to live Iii Greene county for Many years until moving to Gowrie to make their Home. Or. Batcheller passed away december to 1947, after which mrs Batcheller continued to make her Home in Gowrie. When she was unable to live alone because of failing health she went to live at the Flack nursing Home in Churdan for a period of three years. Then she was taken to the extended care Center of the Jefferson Hospital for about three years where she continued to live until her passing. Mrs. Batcheller was a member of the United methodist Church and Webster Itebe Kah Lodge no. 85 of Gowrie. She was preceded in death by her parents seven Brothers and Sisters her husband one grandchild and her son in Law. Children worked until nearly to of clock that night most of them not even stopping for supper. In be never seen anything like it As they went from one borne to another sawing loading and then raking i House across a Fence into a bean Many of the Yards. Many people Field completely destroying it. Ned were a great help in other ways As i was in it at the time but Wasny to children. A a Tornado bit Paton sometime Between 2 mid 2 30. Future prone nent citizens of Paton were at the shelter House when it hit. These boys saw tree limbs and other objects flying the shelter House and live wires sparking. The torn do blew Ned Gibson a trailer our Telephone operators line men baby Sitters who made it possible for others to get out and help. Where i was Many people came with cold pop and later two latties brought sandwiches and Coffee. Never did a cheese Sandwich and ii cup of Coffee taste so Goon the next morning i happened to be awake when the first Robin began his song and As usual soon there was a Happy Bird it horns. I could t help thinking of the Many Many loads of Trees and branches that were hauled to the dump the evening before. Surely Many of those Birds were without Homes. Anil yet they were singing their praises and so we thank god we Are alive. Thought we were All Hurt. It. Kept going to the Bancroft farm wrecking two farm buildings and tearing parts of their House roof off. It never touched the ground but if it had it would have done More damage. The Light Crews had the lights Back on in less than five hours. There were Many volunteers helping clean up the mess. Farmers brought in their trucks to haul Tho mess away. Bill Dixon a porch windows were All broken. Live wires were laying on the ground Tho Sparks flying made one think of fireworks. Ned Gibson a trailer rolled Over twice and stopped about 40 feet out in a bean Field. Ned was in the bedroom. Mrs. Gibson was in fort Dodge. Ned never got scared until he got up in the feed Mill. All of no not heaven their electric appliances stove refrigerator etc., were demolished. It was a Good thing he was in the bedroom. He hit the ceiling twice. Well i going to what a the name of that other place my Mother was one place and dad another sister gone swimming it was the first time i Ever wished the family could tie together. In ill years old Anil i love Home when everybody is gone but today i prayed someone would get Home and not leave me Here alone. I was really scared. A a Granddad Taylor says a Gary she leaves to mourn her Haugh Echelberger what Are you doing a Ter mrs. Raymond Sadie Lind of Paton two grandchildren mrs. Larry delite Gardner of grand Junction and Gary Lind of Paton two great grandchildren Michael Gardner Anil mrs. Wilfred Susan Lansman both of grand Junction and one great great grandson David Wayne Lansman of grand Junction several nieces and nephews Many other relatives and a Host of friends. Texas visitors or. And mrs. George Ash of Elpaso Texas were honoured gut Sis at a family picnic supper in the Paton Park tuesday evening. Others present were or. And mrs. Frank Pemble and Karen of Sac City or. And mrs. Carl Pemble of Gowrie mrs. Lyle Hadley and Kurt of Liana and Dave Carlson flour a wit milk. Cook in a double mrs. Irma Carlson or. And mrs. Boiler until thick. Remove from fire add butter and Vanilla. Pour into baked pie Shell. Add meringue and Brown in oven. Detroit guests or. And mrs. Henry Mcmillan of Detroit Michigan visited thursday in the Home of or. And mrs. Ernest Carlson. They were accompanied by mrs. Mervine Jenkins of Perry and mrs. Princess Smith of Jefferson. Mrs. Mcmillan formerly Mildred Magner is a Niece of the car sons. Puerto rican tour miss Dixie Harrison daughter of or. And mrs. Hugh Harrison has just returned from a vacation in new York and puerto Rico. She flew to new York City to visit Ber sister Doris Anil from there they flew to san Juan. They spent seven Days sight seeing and visiting old san Juan touring old historical places of interest. After returning to new York Dixie flew Back to Des Moines on tuesday. Carl Carlson or. And mrs. Ernest Carlson mrs. Leslie Mengel and or. And mrs. Doyle Carlson and family All of Paton. East coast trip or. And mrs. Myron Fox Tammy and Matt returned Home june 24, after a two week trip to the East coast. Enro Ute they visited or. And mrs. Bob Durand and Sheri of Sault Sainte Marie Michigan. The men served in the Navy at the same time during world War ii. From Michigan they crossed into Canada Anil came Back into the states at new York. They visited nine Days with or. And mrs. Russell Zenor and family of Manchester new Hampshire. The family enjoyed sight seeing in Boston Massachusetts. Another Day they drove to Maine along the Atlantic sea coast. Enro Ute to Iowa they stopped at Niagara Falls and at Kirkland Illinois they visited the Rev. And mrs. Gerald Youngquist and boys. Gary is hauling Down suit cases from upstairs toys included Gary says a a in a getting out of Here before monster gets Gary and Tony were outside playing when the storm hit. They got in the car Laid Down on the floor in the Back seat. It was quite an of fort for their Mother to get them in the House. Wind and debris flying was horrible. At Clifford Bancroft farm at the Clifford Bancroft farmstead windows were broken out the Chimney toppled off and part of the roof torn from the House. A Small barn a tractor shed Small hog House and pump House destroyed. An elevator and a Combine were totally destroyed. The lights and Telephone line and Trees were Tom Down also. A a of you ask me poor Little me about the storm. Well it started at rays radio and to service in my homa a Raymond Huffman Paton Iowa phone 8072 Donnas hair hut monday through Friday 9 . To 6 . Wigs and hair goods main Straat Paton phone 8066 Home insurance Agency commodity Stato Bonk Paton Iowa John a. Cox general auction ering phone 8179 Paton Iowa Complete building service Minnesota paints carpet panelling and ceiling tile remodelling new Homes a specially farm buildings Complete building service carpenters a mailable. Haman lumber company Paton Iowa phone 8124 read the want ads Carlson electric plumbing and heating Green colonial furnaces Weil Mclain hot water heating Monitor water systems Petersen Cement Stock tanks air Hammer work we dig trenches for sewer Telephone water lighting or what have you we install and service Iii the citizens of the town of Paton extend Paton Iowa phone 8050 thanks to everyone who furnished equipment a and helped to clean up the town after the storm j a a of june 26. A 1969 Agri credit portfolio master card credit cards Becky automated bookkeeping systems budget plans for All your insurance Stop and let us Tell you about these new things 5% interest on time certificates regular or automatic renewal plans this space for school Church Public announcements Courtesy Community state Bank Home insurance Agency Paton Iowa

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