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Mount Pleasant News (Newspaper) - November 2, 1962, Mount Pleasant, Iowa
A the news my pleasant la. Friday nov. 2, 19f�2 music Manti the most marvelous movie Ever Madei from the play that kept playing forever Psi Isi self a Mill 11 Eric one Gingold Pau it a inn produced Amo directs 0 by Mem Jed Morton Dacosta ii so supervised by Rayh Floc tech Irama technicolor screenplay by mar m Hargrove presented by Warner Bros. Now thru nov. 10th �,e22b . Si.2.�?� 75c 50c matinees sat. And Sun. A $1.00 75c 501 tonight saturday sunday at 7 1 \ve1?1ay&rl be amp ratios Poutrie Nai Vonjj a extr4 Xuy 0tv Tow Louis Prima june Wilkinson Sam Butera a a witnesses co hit a or Meam steel Luana Anders at midnite saturday 1a Hood hungry she East i Daugh Ifer of Jow Aoi. Mia a Loti a Mimi Mui la Gilt Mil world s most promising sports car Driver dead Spencer s is. The Craddock Bulldozer saturday Tipu it will by Tony sprucer�?T., passing against the Nat Craddock Bulldozer saturday when wingless Simpson Steps into the path of undefeated Parsons whose Kelly greens Are rolling steadily toward another Iowa conference football championship. Simpson 0-7 for the season and loser in its last 33 conf i ence games invades Parsons which has a 7-0 Streak coing. Tile redmen a Hopes ride on the pinpoint accuracy of Spencer a 19-year-od Sophomore from Norwalk who holds the no. I sprit nationally in total offence and is no. 2 in passing among Small College players despite Simpsons losses the Rodmen have proved to be a Good scoring machine a but they just Don t get enough. In seven games they have racked up is Points but have allowed opponents 208 Parsons has run up 174 Points and allowed opponents Only 44. While the Kelly greens rank second to Luther in scoring a the norsemen have 188 a they have been the Sti Giest about giving up Points to other teams. Craddock has bulled his Way to most of Parsons a scores. He has scored 84 Points to rank second in the Nata. He is 10th in Rushing with a 95.1 Yards per game average. With Only Simpson and Dubuque standing in the Way. Parsons is assured of at least a share of the title even if it loses both remain i ing games. A Victory Over either of the two lower bracket clubs left on the schedule would assure the Kelly greens of their second 1 undisputed title. They shared the Crown Wuh Luther in i960. With the Battle lines virtually j 1 narrowed Down to who will be the runner up Central and upper Iowa i running neck and neck at 5-2, face Stern challenges saturday. I Central is Host to Wartburg a j i knights it 4-3 and upper Iowa j visits William Penn 44-2-1>. Both i Wartburg and Penn have a Mathe j j Natieal Chance of at least tying for second spot in the standings As i docs Luther 4-2-1 which hosts Iowa Wesleyan 1-61, in me other game on the Satur a it conference slate. Dubuque and j Burna Vista collide at storm Lake. Tile two teams Are tied for 7th j place in the standings with 2-5 j records. I Pete Elliott granted at least one More year til evil do it every time All duping the pm Post two quarters goa7nose plugs Ivie big Snow to come at intermission Al a by Jimmy Halo then duping the entertainment he rehashes every play of the game run off so far a services held for mrs. Anna Blythe final rites for mrs. Anna Blythe 72, who died at the Wehrle nursing Home at 8 saturday were held monday october 29 at the r. K. Crane funeral Home at 3 30 . Rev. Walter Jenswold officiated. Music was provided by mrs. Ben Galer organist and Sam r. Ewart soloist. Bearers were Howard Mabeus Merlyn Trueblood Warren Stiefel i Richard Oldt Robert Sampson and Sam Clawson. Burial was in Oakland Mills cemetery. Mrs. Blythe is survived by three sons and three daughters George John and Jane Blythe All of it. Pleasant Rural Gertrude Blythe of Burlington. Mrs. George Alice Lew is of Chicago. James Blythe of i Moline. 111. Five grandchildren one brother Tom Raines of Chicago 111. Three Sisters Florence Burner and mrs. Josephine Creswell both of Cedar rapids and mrs. Edith Cacavas of Aberdeen s. D. M. J. Fitzpatrick services held funeral services for Matthias j. Fitzpatrick. 46, who died thursday. October 25. After an illness of the past 16 months were held at St. Alphonsin Catholic Church october 29 at 9 Rev. John Manning pastor of St Alphonsin Catholic Church officiated. Bearers were James Dawson James o Connor Joseph Panther Herbert Keefe Richard Walgren and Adrian Panther. Interment was in St. Alphonsus cemetery. R. K Crane funeral Home was in charge. Or. Fitzpatrick is survived by his wife Dorothy two sons Michael and Dennis both of it. Pleasant live. Sisters Rose Fitzpatrick of it. Pleasant Lucille Kerker of Washington sister Mary Matthias of Chicago Frances Panther of Iowa City mrs. Gene it Pauline Hamm of Sioux Falls s. D. And one brother Raymond Fitzpatrick of it. Dodge. U. Of Mississippi serves notice on students Harmony Hobby leads to stardom in a music Many Champaign 111 up coach Pete Elliott has been granted at least one More year to Complete a a a solid foundation for the future Quot at Illinois where his football teams Hae lost 15 consecutive games. The athletic association Board of directors voted unanimously thursday night that Elliott be reappointed for next Beacon. Such action is tantamount to a new contract at the University of Illinois w Here the loot Ball coach is appointed until relieved by tile Board president. Elliott who has suffered through a 5-18 record in three years at Illinois won a yes Quot votes from every member of tile seven Man a the t let in Board consisting of Lour fac j ult members and three alumni j Board president Duane a clubman said the vote was taken at is time a to clarify the future of i football at Culliman said tile athletic Board i was too per cent behind its football j coach Quot he is building a solid foundation j for the future. And anyone familiar with the situation knows i this has represented a task w hich i could not be accomplished Over night Culliman said. Athletic director Doug Mills de 1 i dined comment on the Board s action he pointed out that Elliott j h is the rank of full protestor and i As such has tenure equal to any other faculty both Mills and Elliott have publicly blamed the Libni s poor j showing Hie past three seasons on a two year Gap in recruiting by cause of Quot Peculiar circumstances Quot i surrounding the switch from former i coach Ray Eliott to Elliott. Elliott and Mills have been booming the present freshman j squad As the Best seen at Illinois j l i two decades a our freshman h am isto food. T in fact that Elliott had to Stop so damaging the varsity against them. They were beating the varsity j of badly. A Mills said recently Oxford. Miss. Up a the University of Mississippi has served notice on students that it no longer will tolerate demonstrations against negro James h. Meredith or his Soldier guards. Quot the threat posed by. Recent disturbances is not just to our accreditation but also to the very survival of the University Quot Chancellor John d. Williams said thursday in a series of special meetings with male students. Dies of injuries Des Moines up a a Des Moines Man who was critically injured thursday when his car rammed Headon into a pillar on interstate 35-80 North of Here died today in Broa lawns Polk county Hospital. Maurice Leonard Squires. 24, suffered head injuries face Cuta fractured right leg and fractures of both Ankles in the crash which was seen by several passing motorists. He was thrown from the vehicle. A policeman a truck Driver a Salesman and a boys club director have changed Barbershop quartet singing from a convivial Folk Art to big time show business. The quartet formed in 1947, is called the Buffalo Bills and today they Are the most successful a and highest paid a singers in the history of Barbershop harmonizing. During the fabulous Tiree and a i half year run of Meredith Willsone a Quot the music Many a on Broad a was tile Bills Mellow chords and a Honey smooth Glissando stopped every show. They make their to Tion picture debut in the glittering Warner Bros. Technicolor resell i tation of a the music Many a now i showing at the Temple theatre. I in 1957, Meredith Willson began a auditioning quartets for Quot the the Bills came Down i from Buffalo and struck exactly i the right nine. On opening night sophisticated new yorkers took the Home spun singers to their hearts i in a fashion that surprised some of the experts but did t fool Willson a bit. Tire Bills play River City iowans a town leaders who attempt to pin Down the music Man. A spellbinding Faker endeavouring to sell the townspeople instruments and uniforms for a boys band. But the fas talking con Man succeeds in turning them into a Barbershop quartet and in their Delight at their new found Talent they fail to forestall him. In the film which stars Robert Preston in the High stepping title role he created on Broadway and i Shirley Jones As the librarian who succumbs to his Charm. The Buffalo Bills sing Quot Lida Rose Quot a Good night ladies Quot Quot sincere Quot and Quot its Morton Dacosta. Who directed tic stage presentation produced and directed tile motion picture i version of Quot the music Paul j. Lyons funeral is held funeral services for Paul j. Lyons 88, who died at the rest Haven nursing Home about 10 30 . Saturday october 27, were held at the r. K Crane funeral Home in it. Pleasant. October 29 at 3 30 . Rev. Alvin Maberry. A pastor of first methodist Church officiated music was provided by mrs. Ben Galer. I bearers were Ralph Carnahan Gary Lyons Hugh Dallner Paul Laster Lawrence thele and Sam i r. Ewart. Interment was in Forest Home cemetery. 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Sed. 1951 Pontiac 4 door Sedan iphone 671 for free pickup and delivery for any and All service work Complete automotive service including front end machine alignment wrecker service Hodson Mckim motors inc. East Washington St. Buy feeder Cuttle when and where you please Ora y Vav 111. Ail wits m pc Loon you Tan array it a far a Quot Lino of Rod you wiil to a up plied Wah draft to to like Berk. You buy a tron you and Tho Deal Yow want for Groat to Prat. Repov in you Market the Alii make pc your headquarter for a Onang your farming need. Olm a pail of Joii institution a use i Cit path it words ulna Rdo Rod oat prom issuer he in Speed gland Pun the idol of mexican teen agers i lost control of his i Otus car hit a railing and turned Over several Imes on the final bicep turn at the sports City track a witness the first Parson to reach Rodriguez after the am Dent said Ricardo was still alive j and muttering Quot dont let me die when he Aas pulled Tram the wreckage he a a rent in succumb i. Pleasant production credit association 221 w. Monroe my pleasant Ted Leonard mgr. Martin Doan. As get. Mur. Earl Mobley. Asst. Mgr. By veers Kash Kitty is $40 monday Winner last monday 80.00 Marie Emma English route 2, it. Pleasant Worth november 5 Winner last tuesday 20.00 r. E. Kephart 410 Cedar Lane it. Pleasant this special Good monday Only nov. 5 by Vee pork amp Beans by Vee Coupon g we a this Coupon Good tuesday Only nov. 6th he be quarters butter my. Carton 49c with this Coupon a a Why Yee Coupon i a i i by Vee Coupon h i i l a this Coupon Good wednesday Only nov. 7th own or powdered sugar i i 2 15c i with this Coupon Iii Vee Coupon i we store hours open daily 8 00 a. In. 8 00 p. In. Except Friday Friday 8 a. In. 9 p. In. Open saturday it nights til 8 00 p. In. Closed sundays u May be a Winner by Vee s new game Kash Kitty Here s How it works every monday tuesday and wednesday we put $20.00 a Day in the Kitty. Then monday tuesday and wednesday we draw a car License number each Day and Post it in our store if it is yours and you Are in the store and see it the Money in the Kitty is yours. The Money keeps building up if there Isnit a Winner. You must a get your car registration and identification to claim the Money. No phone Calls please nothing to buy. Just Register every time you Are in. Of you Don t have a car we will give you a number. Please done to tse a pick up or truck number. Employees i Townso i
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