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Russell UnionTribune (Newspaper) - June 11, 1953, Russell, Iowa Russell rosettes the Russell rosettes met in june 4, at Sherry Orcutt s with Karen Willits As co hostess. The meeting was opened with the 4-h pledge. Roll Call was answered by 13 members and Amy favorite summer sport. Plans were made for our Mother daughter Tea which is to be held at red Tiaw on wednesday june 24, 1953 at 2 . The following committees were appointed by the president Mary Woodman. Invitations Patty Mckinley chairman Judy Ford a1 Berta Johnson and Mary Ann Pierce menu Jeannie Malone chairman Nancy Hile Betty Parks and Dianne Price recreation Karen Willits chairman Donna Reynolds Karen Patterson and Mary Parks table Judith Dillman Chapman Jeanette Dillman Sherry Orcutt and Shar on Hudson. It was decided to hold a bake Sale june 13, at 7 . In coops real estate office. During the discussion Selling times prices Etc. Were established. Rally Day which is june 13th was discussed. Beverly Gartin from the Benton bluebirds was present to read the meeting adjourned with the pledge to the american Flag a parliamentary quiz and the recognition of the listening num Bers for this year concluded the program. Taylor Howard took several pictures of the club followed by delicious refreshments served by Karen and Sherry. The next meeting will be july 2, at the Home of Mary and Betty Parks. Judith Dillman reporter it a Greenville by mrs. Earl Sibert. The Center Community Junior boys and girls enjoyed a picnic dinner at mrs. Daniel Meyers Home. She is their sunday school j teacher. J attendance sunday june 7 at i Center Community was 66. Revival meeting ending sunday j mrs. Jess Moore and Betty visited at Omaha sunday. Or. And mrs. Merrill Atwell and family visited Friday even notice veterans in order to qualify for veterans tax exemption it is necessary to apply but once however if a you move to another taxing District this fact must be reported to our office this must be done prior to july 1. Louise Krutsinger county auditor ing at the Guy Edgington Home. Mrs. Mabel Edgington Francis Lewis and Dorothy visited it Milo monday. Or. And mrs. Holm Christen sen were supper guests at the Bert Foster Home tuesday evening. Or. And mrs. Roy h. Vest and Little daughter Ruth visited in the Home of Rev. W. C. Mckinley memorial then mrs. Mckinley accompanied them to Defiance Iowa Quot Friday and returned saturday. Or. And mrs. Earl Sibert and family visited sunday afternoon at the Bill Sibert Home. and mrs. Homer Mckinley and children visited saturday at the Arnold Mckinley Home. In the evening or. And mrs. Homer Mckinley attended alumni banquet in Russell. Miss Deloris Palmer accompanied or. And mrs. Charles Seger Strom to a meeting at Osceola one night this week. Or. And i s. Earl Davis and a family visited at the Albert Coch ran Home. Or. And mrs. Walter Sears and family of Russell were sunday visitors at the Albert Sears Home miss Rosemary Atwell visited sunday with Bonnie Palmer. The children visited with or. And mrs. Arnold Mckinley saturday evening. It a a with our servicemen of the fair on three nights and two Days Secretary l. B. Cunningham Sid. The night sessions will be held sept. 4, 5 and 6, with Day Competition on sept. 5 and 7. Cunningham said the prize Money will be split evenly Between contestants in the bronc Riding bareback Riding calf roping Bull dogging and. Bull Riding events. The Rodeo one of he largest to be staged in the Midwest this year will be directed again by Leo Cremer. Cremer said today that More than 150 of the leading cowboys and cowgirls in the Russell Union Tribune Page 5 thursday june 11, 1953 nation Are expected to file entries before the sept. 3 deadline. More than 200 head of wild Range Stock will be brought to the Fairgrounds to test the skill and Cour age of competitors. In addition to the competitive events Cremer said special exhibitions of trick Poping and rid nig will be featured. A a it a person normally has twelve pairs of s Westinghouse America s most advanced upright Home Freezer. \ a 12 cd. It. Fortress of Zero cold for freezing and storing 420 pounds of food. Only 32 inches wide. Quick freeze shelf. Pastry rack. Slide out shelf for fruit juices and Smalli Cartons. Roll out Freezer drawer 3 Handy inner shelf doors. Exclusive built in freeze file gives Day by Day food inventory i he Economizer mechanism. See it in our store you can be sure. If it s Westinghouse Stop in and see the latest in Westing House automatic electric ranges at a Dixon plumbing and heating phone 107 Russell Iowa William f. Orcutt 20, son of Rev. And mrs. Chalres Orcutt of Russell is completing his of Basic airmen introduce urination course at Lackland air Force base the Quot Gateway to the air a a ii. A a a a Lackland situated near san Antonio is the world s largest air Force base site of air Force Basic training for men and women Headquarters of the human resource research Center and Home of of s officer candidate school. His Basic training is preparing him for Entrance into air Force technical training and for assignment in specialized work. The course includes a scientific evaluation of his aptitude and inclination for following a particular vocation and career. It Rodeo to be feature at state fair Public Sale i will sell at Public auction at my Home located on South Hill in Russell the following listed houses hold goods starting at 1 00 p. Mgt saturday june 13th i 2 Beds with Springs 1 mattress 2 dressers piano and Bench new studio coach 1 Book Case 5 rocking Deairs 2 heating stoves sewing machine China cab net floor lamp table and 4 chairs sanitary cot with pad near new hotpoint refrigerator perfection Oil stove Kitchen Cabinet 9 x 12 Gong oleum Rug 12 x 12 Cong oleum Rug and Many other articles too numerous to mention. Terms of Sale Cash. R. Relph a National championship Rodeo with Over $8,000 in Cash prizes Weis announced Here today for the 1953 Iowa state fair aug ,29-sept. 7. I the Rodeo will be a highlighted Moore auctioneer Walter Coop clerk a Rry a run a lip to locker Box renters on t wait til you re Down to the last three or four packages. Before you think about replenishing your meat Supply. Call and let us know before you run out. We can then take care of your order have the meat Cut processed wrapped up and put into your locker with a minimum of delay and expense. You will then be assured of meat on hand at All times avoiding the embarrassment and inconvenience of an empty lockers Chariton Iowa

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