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Mount Pleasant News (Newspaper) - October 3, 1961, Mount Pleasant, Iowa The it. Pleasant news organization meeting of 4-h leaders vol. 83, no. 232 capacity crowd likes first of t and a pictures it. Pleasant Iowa to Esda y in pm no october 3, 1961 committees working on plans for Homecoming a capacity crowd was enthusiastic about the first of the men and women repro sponsored travel and adv Uio fronting Henry county s 22 4-h clubs j entertainments at the Iowa Wes participated in the pall organize libyan Chapel monday evening Hon meeting at Tho Iris court dining room monday evening. Ort 2, reports Richard l Thuma county Extension director. They were Given training in understanding the needs and interests of 4-h members and their role in meeting these need. And interests Harlan Geiger Iowa state University Extension 4-h Leader pointed out tha members to and la years old de no have As much manual dexterity As members 12 to 14 years old Anc therefore should be helped to choose project work based on their physical development he also indicated that 4-h club work has grown from a practice entered educational program to a project entered program and now i. Becoming a person entered prom am h urged Leader to develop local club programs which would help their members develop into mature individual.-, responsible family members and effective citizens the 4-h Learned that nearly 2�?T million boys and girl in Tim United states and puerto Rico arc 4-h numbers in Iowa Over 4-h leaders Anc committee members work with 55.000 4-h members now r 3.000 inca 4-h club Hun county 350 4-h member. In 22 clubs Leader and sunni to member. Attending were car seder in or Dale . Jim Bates mrs Clark Burns. Dem it a William. Mrs Robert Hunting. Dal Crawford or and mrs Harold Lee. Mrs Roger Mcallister. Mrs. Ronald Crocker. Or Don thew mrs Glen Mccabe. In Francis Hays mrs Don Hobbs mrs Allen Molander mrs Harold f Anderson. Mrs Warren s , mrs d troth. Mccormick. Mrs Merle Smith. Or and or. V d Eck is or and i Herbert Bauk mrs Norman Salav men Hie or and mrs allo Roth mrs Edwin Swar Zenri Ruber Nard Peterson or and mrs i a song of Switzerland brought by William Moore was a remarkably Beautiful color film showing 1 the Beauty of the mountains and lakes the quaintness of the towns land villages the colourful costumes i of the people. Action and humor and taped music from the scenes added to the enjoyment of the film. William Moore brought the narration accompanying the film. Alanson Elgar made the introduction on behalf of the kiwanis club i the next entertainment will by on oct. 23 and will feature the Pacific coastal area. Little boy fatally injured by tractor near Hillsboro front of enlarged App w in panthers Rexall drug Stori local Church included in bequests tile will of j m Burd admitted to probate a in House and the by k of left to Everett moxie. Time business associate and til. Episcopal Church inc of Iowa Everett moxie an. I p end it were named co executors of tin will Winch was drawn up fib 2 1959 tile provisions of the w to Edith and Everett to for kindness in the care of of or Burdo event s3, to Dovie. Don. Tary Moxley. $100 eat Burd Mccormick. $500 to rut Mcclure Johnson $500 to hush Mccune. $500 to episcopal Church 1 inc. Of in a $1,000 of which $200 to go to St Michael s episcopal Church each year for five years to be towards the minister the Quot preparations for Homecoming �?T61&Quot have been under Way for sometime with committee. From the student Council working at Man. Pio if cts St pc my Llev Ansi i Helen Hallowell the general chairman. Hir it a p in by for seeing that All Ceni mittens function properly the Pep meeting com mime will Tai c Are of All the Del to or the Bonfire and p p Nie ii g cd air mar. Jim Meconi k will have pie Ute of help Horn flan Kerr Vick shive.-, and Karen Wilton Barbara Taylor is chairman of the 1.11 a committee with Polit Darland. Mike Riepe and Linda Decker dour their. Hare to make Tho Dane Quot a Bucce. Faculty adors for the decorations Are or Meeker. Or. Clark and or or Olliver lights or. M i u. On Queen ceremony i. Walk r and i g al. Re re ii intent. F Galer and Jerry Rankin in Charre of the air of tickets h Are old Iii Advance and at a or do i. Remand i. Huffman Are advisor for thl group fan i it Erniger with Cie help of Charlotte Smith will Arrona Quot the crowning of Cie Queen and vat iou other detail Colinear a will this in Ort a it affair cd trial. Janice Patter on. Tim pro. Tot and Bill Calloway have been but with publicity sending cards to years graduates and making Pomr they Are receiving i. P com Kyle mrs Ekmand and mrs Tram in Ade individual Effort the committee. Have the help of Many Fine organization. Ugh a the Fra up club band. National guard. Cheerleaders and local fire depart Merit. The co operation of a1 student.-. Faculty and citizens will 1 injure a Homecoming for 1961 Quot a three year old boy the son of or. And mrs. Milo Runyon of near Hillsboro was fatally injured about \ pm monday in a tractor Accident at Cie Runyon farm the Little boy. Milo Eugene Runyon a. Pinned under the i tractor and died in the office of or l Brill at Salem a Short t Ime liter a brother. Gerry age t who War with Milo Eugene when thee started the tractor a lightly injured their father a nearby and in. Lied to their Aid Atter they had tarted the try tor p moved backwards and tipped Over on them the faint is located three fourths of a mile Northwest of Hillsboro in extern a East Jefferson county. A Milo Eugene was bom feb 1953, at Keosauqua i he is survived by his parents Milo Glen and Darcie Lee stalling i run von. Ins brother or in i re. And his grandparent or Aud or re Runyon Hillsboro or. Pauline f. A Giggle. Oklahoma City. Okla and James t Stallings Valley y. Hit funeral nerdier will be held Tului d Yvo a at the hit Boro Baptist Church with Rev Chai in groom.-, officiating burial will be in the Hillsboro Keith to i v tile body is at Hie Waterman funeral Home in Salem. Jaw Calls 120.000 Ford workers off their jobs Detroit 1 upi1 Joe unit Auto worker Muon Tori Availe 120.000 worker.-, off their Job in a nationwide strike against Ford lob. De Pac unit motor co. Rebind in a tor Trike n but Cut before sir strike dead Ilia a readied thousands of lord worker had a cd off their Varn bugs not the Auto , in ii than a to Lump a gun Quot on be dead inon i to the Union a ailed the Ike a / i i a i Den wader p relist., to a Iii deadline a of with hut Onn re from Lite bargaining out 1 new National contract a ref room n a Dow re own i of a., the meet having been of or ird with deadline a of and an Nom cod the nation. Second Large t Ca that a nationwide i1 Ike a. Maker under a main a of the estate a. Left to Everett Moxa by and the. Up. Copal Church inc. Of Iowa i fiery White Kub Ouin q p. Share to episcopal Church get a i/-., Dean Stainer. Kenneth Miller. Lawrence Moore Marvin Crawford. Warren Wilkerson Milton Curtis. Nathan Elliott. Everett Young be. Lie Longs a Bernard Hult Quirt Jack Erwin 30 types of employment in Bpwe of the 710 types of jobs held by women Belay approximately 30 Are represented in tin it plea san Busin arid professional women club which this week is celebrate a business women week club members along with 175,000 other employed women in Hie United its who Are members of the n eau.a1 federation of a a professional women clubs Are Cul blaring the 42nd Anni versa -. Of tin founding of the organization tin1 local club was established of 22, 1931. And has been a in Community affairs since its organization fined $300 on of i charge William p Hale s Charles mo., was fined $300 and costs in District court tuesday morning on a Charm of operating a motor vehicle while he was intoxicated or had pleaded guilty to a county attorneys information a 30 Day jail sentence was suspended and Hale was paroled to sheriff Russell Van Tuyl. Hale s Driver s License was ordered revoked for six months. Four to leave for induction Iowa is to be allocated to Michaels episcopal chinch at St Ive Panther s drugs announces grand opening of store two year. And $500 it yc.,r thereafter until exhausted the to v is to i 11 i for Church build Aud Parish House improvements tin Costa a has to i n estimate i a a a $40,000. Friends Saia kiwanis to have committee on old threshers four Young men will leave from Here oct. 16 for Des Moines to be inducted into the army. They make up Hie Henry county draft quota for october. Those leaving Are Gary Welcher Jimmie Arnold and Frank Mccarl All of it. Pleasant and Leroy Payne. Brighton formerly of it. Pleasant. Larry Widmer Wayland and William Durham new London w. Id 1 t a ii ill i pm t that pleasant kiwanis club Vot d monday evening to have a year around old threshers assistance committee in the club the committee will assist primarily in getting Volunteer labor to help out the threshers reunion organization. The action was taken after Harold Hawkins of the pub. Affair. Committee had announced that approval had been Given to the plan at tile club Board meeting last w Eek. The old threshers Board of i Recto s and officers and their w in eat or husbands will be guests of the club n to week Norman Wulf will Tell of his summer in Austria. William Moore who brought the first of the travel and adventure pictures and in. Associate and Jacob Shafer and Paul Mechling were guests. Queen gives title to Armstrong Jones 1 London up it a Queen Elizabeth tonight gave Antony Armstrong husband of Margaret the title of Viscount Linley and Earl of Snowdon. Tile announcement by Buckingham Palace Carne weeks before the expected birth of the couples first child which now will be called Viscount Linley if a boy and lady Armstrong Jones if a girl. Game put Naig 0 arg a i remodeler Pant or s Rexall d no it. A cd in the. The Tore at tin of a. Quai bum my has r. Elude the space f a melt 1 a Froage i to .1 a the in rat add it a a x mid or it d in Grai o e x or in b in Mal on than a new and reaming new Ceil my and Cra a i new App Fane c Haic new a f inert a no. A ii Darner re w hem. Have Idia i to the Ira in displays to it. The Ella Gam a a ti.--. In used a o Hie to. E. Of of. Van in. Tin Jor Imp movements in m bu.-.ne.-. District to year a i or. Paith a and his a.-.-.-. N tar i beet the plan. 2 for the to Elir it it Hay w it k or it ugh a com. Let Ion Ltd. D it p a. Pay fines on variety of Harles Over 700 patients enjoy round up Libson to head United fund drive Robert Gibson hour county Engineer who has hid experience running one Campaign a Beer. Named chairman of the United fund drive in the greater i plea area announcement of i appointment to the position was made a to meeting at tire ins tuesday morning attended by a any 40 persons. Duelling new addition mayor Mcbeth to will open serve As judge new store the Highway patrol set up the Tate Speed Analyse on i. , 34 about thee Miles we-1 of in pleasant monday night Aud issued 19 summons to drama far violating the peed limit and for other traffic offence s. Seven of those issued tickets have appeared ii. a f Timmerman s court All p us lines for violating the nigh time Speed limit. The a lira Anent Columbo. Ohm $10 and casts if Coffey it Omaha neb $10 and Ltd a it a William Bai Don i. St a Ling 111., $12 re Iii f j be storm a $10c m f. V. It. It a i i n vol and a i k up. A Peoria. Ill Sio and co a and mayor Wade my by i j one of. The j u a Ling on band festival he and it her. Will is i of the ova it mayor Mcbeth sen liar capacity at the Veals ago it the but a saturday a new m need Kin a a r. I two m main Star i David Vav Hix on she j i. To got Mea Ham s Ort. It pm. Oms. And Chi Ford b a. $12 and in Hare. Lathe pm fined $19 and sos. My Filer Barge his ticket by Patiola 111 anal cars damaged in local accidents a i Wai Wisn Mai out let f a sin aers mrs la d Clay w of Tho ton and we r _. The Riv a Dang a a c driven by pity us Weir. Route 4. A damaged an i m a Rovt. A $90 when it was backed into a Iowa Ord Nane pm truck driven by a. Reece. Rosslyn is head of t Burlington on West Monroe Street u Ltd a a monday get 4 p a Quot a Quot Quot Quot Quot of. Quot id i Call professional men line bulk tank station on West Monroe and the Weir car was head de East on Monroe when the acc Washington up a Dent occurred. Defense d Pai Quot net a a i or. B. D Hartley reported to pour so at Ltd Quot a 1 1,1 1�?~ i Jav Iciano dentist. Anc vet i lice at 12 20 pm. Monday that his ,. Iai. Tor service in America. Car parked 1 n the w St Side of he ,.handed military forces Square was struck by another , the Driver of which did no to the Call was for 495 phys report the Accident. The Hartley 154 dentists and 67 vet Tillar. Lear was damaged an estimated $75. In the speech f on flu of Over the 60 mile. Number of other 1 ppe ii on Speed it ii ref Day nigh just. A m. I a a. Mils on charges filed monday in. It run k a a. Assessed $40 Alai stating the nigh Ane p to and it osts fat a Impi he was clocked at too. Means and costs us we 1 -,.nt so and ii of rom i was 01 a life it Tive was issued a Ope rating the we. A a. Edlor i h mile Horn limit a toasts Are to 1.5. D Ger-1 to a 1 Viand g for 10-limit and i passing online to goal line club to meet at r . Judgment asked huge Sweet potatoes the goal line club will meet a the Rea building a dust at 8 p in Mote change of time the local coaches will Calk my the inc Luther game film shown Junior High game ticket Money lie uld by an to in. A petition a. Been filed at the 7 to huge Sweet potatoes san clerk s office in the courthouse by pies Quot from two Burse ii raised the new London state Bank against this v t. It re whopper. Henry Lee Putney and Verlie d Brough them Putney Parker asking Ludvan it for new id said that a $1 124 62 a note is in four Pound. And in in i Ai. A a a i Jerry m in -. Of pm no pud -25 Ai i costs f 1 spa i my my $10 and for improper passing. Richard Pickard m pleasant was fined $10 and costs for improper passing tickets in the Las three leases Weie issued by the patrol William r Rev Burlington a As tined $15 and costs for Onsum me liquor on a a Ujah Highway. The charge was filed by Deputy sheriff Van Crawford Merlin Martin. New London was lined $10 and tests on a charge of carrying an assembled Vin in a car. Tile Clung was tiled by Ken Kaka is. Con Eraf a office for i i r Over seven Hundred patient. At tile it pleasant mental health Institute enjoyed the activities at tin Western fall round up Beld at a lie Hospital this past sunday. The efforts of numerous individuals and groups resulted in a most successful rec. One that the pay at. A s will Iona remember As a highlight of the fall recreational program. With we per improvements Sun a the horse show went on As previously scheduled postponement of my. Show until october 8th would have conflicted with Hor. E show re Edued at Salem and it. Madison on that Date seven a five horses from Saddle clubs throughout the area Par tic red it. The show. Dale Campbell served As ringmaster along wit i Ralph Ward judge Eleanore Ferrel organist. Rbert Fleming. Aniu Uncur and Vul Kough. Ribbon girl the band concert presented by the Burlington municipal band v. It Well received. Following the it Cert on Mio grounds a Barbecue Chicken supper a served to the a. And the show participants were guests of the Hospital at the Chicken upper twelve Mem is of the it pleasant rot by club supervised the preparation of the sizeable Quantity of Chicken with Sam Ewart and Ralph Taylor As chairmen volunteers assisted Hospital personnel i h the serving. Tile Square dance which concluded Hie Day s activities in the auditorium a. Considered a huge Success some 250 patient were in attendance with nearly All joining in lie Lancing of some him Quot during the cd Ning Harold Kermeen of new London was the caller and he was assisted in Hie instruction by Bud Davidson. Twelve couples i from surrounding Square dance clubs helped immensely with the instruction and enjoyed Tho dance along with the patients. Hospital officials Are most appreciative of All tile help Given by the Many individuals and groups. Who amt to assist in making the Western round up so successful. Results of the horse show will be published later. Before Cornin of a in 1957. He served As chairman of the Community drive at Bedford he is an Ive in the r it to club n o a member of a tic method Church he and or. Gibson no a heir two children on cd Circle in Sheafor a a i believe in the United principle and would be by. Appointed to or the Community abandon its support of Aror by Charitat. Gibson said opening of a new housing addition to a known a. Parker w addition at Webster and Harrison streets is in Progress. The location a Block West of Lincoln school a be. Ii to Home 1 to be erected in the add in of wednesday tile first of 12 to be erected in the arca by Carl Birky Orville Morrison owners of builders inc. A Street which is being paved a. Been opened info the area and much grading preparatory to the building has been completed audit criticizes al Nan i no new manager at Hoaglind a store j Arnold a Hueta experienced in Tore management comes Here from Osage to be one manager of Hoag Lin s 5 to $1 store. Hot was associated wit ii Woolworth company for five Vears and tor the la f five years has been with Scott variety Chain serving manager in Minneapolis Spencer and Osage he and in Sot. Major a my wife. I year my a ire have two old and David daughter Arni in is a Good father Dies mrs Henry Hartrick received word that her father James Mcgill of Bushnell 111., died tuesday in. Des Moines up league 0 Low. Municipal sharply criticized in a state today for failing to practice or inning Quot Tim Aud. Charged my am with not living within it budget and que. Honed a Quot tru fund a a Quot a up to pay a former executive three or for Legal and vie tile audit Aid the establishment of tile Trust fund the league to overspend it. Income for tile 1960-61 i Cal year by $22, tile former director. Max Conrad. Burl Glt in resigned his a july i with 25 months remaining on a contract to serve a the chief administrative off Celt f the league he reported. Resigned because of Oppolt Pion by it t urn Jet of cities to his admin traction he ,. Replaced by Para former administrative assistant to the gov herself i c Lovele. Under the terms of an agreement signed with the Board of directors Conrad a. To sen Quot the remaining 25 month As a Legal gunsel for he league it his pre >u.-1 $14,000 Inual salary or a total i $29,168, the Money was Placid in a fund Quot in the f Irmer and merchants savings Bink Burlington in Conrad. Name. And he was to collect $8,166 this year an i $10,500 in each of the next two years the audit said. C. W Ward supervisor of municipal audits Aid he a a quest idled the legality of the fund set up to pay Conrad. Ward said he was not questioning Hie leagues 1 right to hire Conrad a. A Legal counsel but was in doubt to whether the league could make Quot prior payment for services not of Quot rendered Reauis. I years they will move Here a. Soon us they find a two or three bedroom apartment or House to rent. Girl scout Day Camp theme to be Quot Alaska Quot plans for 1962 girl s out Dav Camps in shining Trail Council were discussed a evaluation Day Quot at Camp a Keet t on saturday. Alaska will be the program theme next Edh r. Executive shift members from five Day Camps were luncheon guest., of the Council Day Camp comm. A the attend it Ahmed Consolver mrs. Dwight Jones mrs. Napier Dills. Mrs. Cd Arl Pedersen. Mrs h l Schwenker mrs. Earl ring. Burlington. I Ray sheets. Mrs Paul Kyle. It pleasant mrs William Horst. Middletown mrs Hicklin it Wapello mrs. Lloyd Schofield Mediapolis ail it h l Elal Winfield. Candy bar cookies win the $25,000 Beverly Hills. Calif. A up a Candy caramels and Lump of chocolate were the key to $25,000 today for Alice h of Minneapolis Man in the 13th annual Pillsbury grand National Takeoff. She called her prize Candy bar cookie. Quot mrs. Ray Oliver of Wellsville to took the second grand prize of a too an hawaiian in

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