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Loop Play Resumes Sunday North Leaders Meet In Feature Contest NODAWAY VALLEY MASERALL LEAGUE South Division Than Pet Gravity 1.000 Prescott Nodaway 500 Corning LADOX Creston Neria Dirties Tum Nevinville Curter land Greenfield 500 Winterses .000 Bridgewater 000 Gasoty Sunday, Jace 7 Division Lacon at Corning Creaton Orarity Prescott Nodaway North Division Cumberland at Bridgewater at Greenfleld Nevis Hawkeye 8 Opens Summer Baseball Hawkeye Centerence June Atlantic it Creston Clarinda at Shenandoah Gasses Tuesday, June 8 Clarinde1 Corning Shenandoah at Atlantic Wad was morning A will compete in the 1900 Hawkeye Eight conference summer baseball werem The; mooriedly enough candidates to field team. Corning high opens Hawkere Eight baseball action next Tuesday in a home same. geinat Clarinda. Onis five members the -Forenos sporting In Lisa series. will play eight games.

Coach Dale: Alderson's Red Raider club is scheduled 4 hone for their first four. games. High School Rodeo at Whiting, July 3 The 5th annual Iowa state championship high school rodeo will be held at Whiting, Iowa. July 3. Six boys' and five girls' events are planned.

Charapions and runneruys in all events will qualify for the National high school champlonship rodeo at Lewistown, Montana, in August. The rodeo events are open to any high school boy or girl in Iowa. Applications for entry must be made on or before June 15. Entry blanks may be obtained by writing Leroy Baker at Whiting. Sport Shorts Signup for Pre-Pee-Wee, and PeeWee baseball programs in Corning this summer was scheduled Wednesday night et the fair grounds.

A scheduled game between Corning and Stanton high school baseball teams at Stanton last Thursday night, was rained out, Rain also cancelled the Corning at Nodaway and Nevinville at Froscott town team games last Sunday. Ronald Storm, a member of the Corning high faculty the past year, has signed to teach mathematics and assist in all sports at Lorimor high school for the 1959-60 year. Dale Alderson, Corning basketball coach last year, has signed at Lorie mor as head coach of all sports. Form New interstate Baseball a Langue was formed en 1 Thareday night 1 12 for each Include Clarinda Mo. and rille, 'Mo.

Bench, president and Merl. perly, Clarinda, ne rotary. Fires league game is scheduled June 10. Bowling Standings Corning matte League His Pin Musters Nameless Bums High single came, Merlin Drew, 194; high series. Jim Lee, 494.

No Draft Quotas For Adams in June, July Adam county has been assigned no draft quotas for June or Puly, selective service officials here maid this Volunteers will be ine only The selective service office is now located in the casement of the Cornine poet attice buildine. Drake Offars Summer Courses at Two Sites will be offered st Atlantic arid Croston this the. Drake Universky Community college. At Atlantic the following will be offered: Education course, "School and a June. a to.

25: ology course, "Marriage and June 29 to July 17; tical ecociomics course, July 20 to August 7. At Creston, two education courace will we offered! "Audio-Visuel Materials in June 8 to 20; "The Teaching of July 6 to 24. All courses will meet five days week from 9 a. m. to 12 noon.

Registration will take place at the first meeting of each Missouri Man Charged in District Court Here charge 'of burgiary baa been filed in Adams county district court Paul Junior McCall, 23, of Tarkio, Mo. According to information Tiled by County Attorney Lee R. Wetts, McCall last Thursday night "did break and enter. the dwelling house oi Donald Smith" in Carbon and after entering the dwelling "ald actually Assault" 6 14-year old girl babysitting at the Smith residence. Judge Charles J.

Lewis Monday appointed E. W. Mullin of Corning, as attorney for the defendant. No date baa been act for a hearing. MoCall is being held in the Adams county jail.

Service Slants Gary Easterlie: is now taking basic training at 7t. Knox, Kentucky. Qm. Gene Costin arrived here from Alameda, Calif, to spend a 14 day leave with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.

Harry Costin and his wife and children, Debra and Shella, who have been here since March. Marine Acting Cpl. Bernard D. Coulthard, son of Mrs. Dessie Coulthard of Corning, took part in Op.

eration "Twin Peeks" on California's southern coast from May 17 to June 2, with Marines from the First Marine Division at Camp Pendleton, Calif. Don Rlegel, who has served in Germany for the past 14 months. arrived in the United Blates by plane, and is now in Corning visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Riegol.

He will join his wife who is attending the State University at Tows City. where both will enroll for the summer session. 4-Free Press, Corning, June 4, 1959 The Adams County Free Press Published weekly by The Free Press Publishing Company at 300 Davis Avenue, Corning, Adams County, Iowa. Entered as Second Class Matter February 2, office at Corning, Iowa, under the 1883, at the post Act of March 3, 1879. A.

L. Gauthier, Editor-Manager, 1891-1949 Editor News Editor annum in Adams and adjoining remainder of United States; CHURCHES CHURCH Leonard Lutz, pastor Jase :7, 1860 Orarch at Study 9:00 a.m. Churet: at Worship 10:06 c.m Youth choir tach Wed. precing 7:30 p.m. we aro ting with Mercer Center Methodist in Bible School beginning June thru 12, 4 a.m.

to 3:50 p.m. All children 4 years sad older are trivited. NY, FINA METHODIST CHURCH Robert Smith, Prator note that the time changes 6:43 ganday Bohocl 10:45 Leon on June 8, 1950. Dally Vacation Bible School prograin at this Church Friday ere at 4:00. MY.

ETNA CHURCH OF THE BITEEEN Rim. Deans, Pastor clarence Johnston, Adult Boott, Primary Supt, church School at 9:50 men. Church Worship at 10:90 a.70. Mitie School Jane 1-5 Program Sunday evening at 1 p.m. Follorine the there be a fellowship hour in the C.

2. Y. 7. June 4 at 6:30 wiling Workers Social at Church June Church meeting June 11 at 8 p.m. BROOKS METHODISS CHURCH Joe Cock, Pretor Belies.

Supt, Church School 10:00 Morning Warship 11:00 Quarterly Conference at Carbon following a basket hunch. eftarzoco 2 p.m. WaCk meetios. Thursday pm. nominating committee meeting at the church, HIGHLAND CONDIUNITY SUNDAY SCHOOL Mabel Bides, Bupt.

9:30 Bunday 8cbool for ages. Friday June 5th-Ladies Aid meets st church. AM toterested in taking part in church activities for coming year please nias to. attend. Hospital Notes Filling 1 4 de 1: Corning: Mira.

Helena Taky, Corning: Mrs. WitSiam Cunningham, Vilisca; Arthur Paimer, Corning: James Artlip, Vilitsca; Mr. Willian Hewitt, Corning: Neman Carons: Gregory Freeman, Villisca; Mrs. Paul Woods. Corning; Mae Louise Bisbee, Merle Bosteder, Villisca; Francis Murphy, Corning: Evered Bryant, Corning: Mrs.

Charles Hensal, Cumberland: Mrs. Ernest Chaney, Villisca: Mrs. Harry Rogers, Lenox; Nancy Antiadel, Corning: Mrs. Ora Ewart, Lenox; W. 0.

Thomas, Corning. Discharges Mrs. Gladys Preston, Cornies: Mrs. Charles Orme," Villisca; Mrs. Calvin Downey and son, Corning; Mrs.

Leo 'McLain, Hastings; Mrs. John Bridgeman, Corning; Fred Carothers, Nodaway; Mrs. William Cunningham, Villisca; Arthur Walton, Mt. Etna; Mrs. Elmer Boswell, Mt.

Etna: George Martin, Corning; Marilyn Shuler, Brooks; Mrs. Orlo Olive and son, Corning; Mira. Dannie Schafer and daughter, Corning; Debra Kingery, Corning; Jepthy Bennington, Carton; George. Van Nuys, Gravity; Mrs. William Hewitt, Corning: Dorls White, Villisca; Ronnie Reed, Corning; Mae Louise Bisbee, Nodaway.

Death May 30-Chester Fox, Corning, Iowa. DEATHS Mra. Frank Fuller, 65, long Lime resident of Corning, died her home Ssturday. May 30, following long Ulness. Funeral services were held Monday at the Presbyterian church.

A complete obituary will appear later. Chester Fox, 72, passed away at Rosary hospital Saturday, May abont 11 a.m. Funeral services were held Tuesday, from. the church in Corning. A complete obituary will appear next week.

Minnie Bixby Suydam, born in Corning. Iowa, July 17, 1882, passed away in the Butte, Montana, haspital May 27, 1950. She was married to Will Suydam June 22. 1910. For a number of yeers Minnie was book keeper arid cashier the Bizgar store.

Seven children were born to this union, Virginia Surdam, Lucille Pentella, Raymond Sugdam. John Saydam, Evelyn Pengella. all of Butte, Elizabeth Miller, ChiJean Buras, Galieten, Gateway, Montana. She bed 20 grandchiidren and two great grande children. She is also survived by one sister, Miss Hazel Bixby of Corning, and two brothers, John ct Corning and Charles of Hastings, Nebraska.

Club the evening. 'by her Mrs. Prank Mias Ruth Nicola, of the clot ww also Liceness Brandt, 22, county, Nebraska, Joyce 20, Adama courty, David R. Archer, 2, Lantho Coleman, 18, both ot Grant coy, No, Ralph 2. Dillinges, 14, Janice M.

Rhine, 19, Creator. College Students Thais Activities Bob Miller, studiot college, Mt. Vernon, da now at recuperating frozi recent Fred Arbuckle, who attends Jere at in now on vacation. Fred is the sots of Mr. and Mra.

Walter Arbuckle. Mias Bally Kay Carmichael friend Kirk Goodwin, Saturday night and Sunday her parents, br. and Clark Carmichael. Both are studente Simpaod college in Indianois. Receiving degrees at Town state college commencement exercia Friday were! Alice Thomas, home economics education; Carolyn Brown, home economics education; Thomas Knapp, gincoring.

Leo E. Rauch, Corning, has sooted above the national average in an accounting achievement test at the American Institule of Business In Des Moines, according to Keith Penton, school president, -Ranch's score was well- above the average made by students from 55 colleges and universities participating in the test. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Rauch of Corning and 8 graciste of Corning high school.

Leo to taking courses in salesmanship, counting and business managemen A I. B. In Justice Court Before Justice of the Peace john Jorgensen, COn. nine, to field hait of the portion of travelled highway, $5 tine, costs; Richard McKee, Corning, failure to have car under control, 45 fine, IN DISTRICT COURT Tro divorces were granted day by Judge Charles J. Lewis In Adams county district court.

They were: Glenn D. Johnson from Edna Stay from Isaac Johnson; Schnepp. Zone M. Obituaries MRS DENNIS SULLIVAN Annie Sullivan, daughter of John and Mary Quinn was born April 8, 1874 in North Adams Co, Iowa. She was of a family of five girls, and three boys, and passed away st Rosary Hospital May 19, 1959.

She was preceded In death by her father and mother, sisters, husband, Dennis A. Sullivan, and son Vincent. She was married Nov. 1, 1899 to Dennis A. Sullivan of North Adams Iowa at St.

Timothys Catholic Church, Reno. Two sons were born to this union, Vincent and Louts. She Is survived by Louis, and three brothers, Tom of Creston, Mike of Corning and John of Atlantic. Funeral services were held at St. Patricks Catholic Church May 22, 1959.

Bonaventure officiated at the Requiem Mass. Interment was in Calvary Cemetery, Corning. Casket bearers were: Martin Sullivan. Gene. W.

Mullin, Lindy Stargill, Win. Kelly, Richard Cantied, Jack Jennings. QUALI TY OIL FURNACE A Green Colonial furnace gives "you longe trouble free servica due to ings up to 1 tion. And, comfort, Wing the coit CONTACT US RIGHT AWAYI Brown Hardware Corning, Iowa GREEN COLONIAL I G000 Society News DINNER GUESTS Mr. sad Mrs.

C. M. Craig and Catherina and Bill Redman, 1 of Mitchelville, Iowa, wore Bundey also per guests with Mr. and Mira. Orville Bradley, and later alteaded the dadloation at the Pirst Baptist Church.

HOLIDAY VISITORS Mr. and Mra. Lauren Rickford and BIlL Mike and Bruce, from City, and Mr. wed More. Long, and Dennis, from were weekend quarts in the home of the Ladies' mother sod brother, airs, Minnie Bray and HOUSE azid Mrs.

Robert Waters of are boldine open house in servance of chair silver wary, June 1, 1968 between the hours of 3:60 and 4:20 p. m. the 6t. Patricks Outbolle Church Hell in Prisoda and relatives are cordially invited to attend. ENTERTAINED GUESTS Mrs.

Lee Alford friends evening, boporte Mien Ruth Nichol, who: bare visiting friends. The ladies enjoyed social evening and refreshments were served. Miss Nichol is. the house guest of Mr. and Mira.

Walter Fuetberth, having arrived here from Minneapoila, Saturday evening, to spend 'a low days. MEMORIAL GUESTS Visitors in the Clark Carmichael home Memorial Day included; Mre, Lina Cotter, Dr. and Mira. Darrell Cotter Darrell, Francis, end Mary Loulee of Tabor, Mr. and.

Mrs. Lace Carmichael of Das Mr. and bars. Ivan' Carmichael Mr. and Mrs.

Dwight Carmichael, Stanley and Leland of Villisca, Mr. and Mrs. Sammy G. Carmichael of Omaha and Mr. and airs: C.

Larry sel, who recently returned from Fort Monmouth, New Jersey. Callers Sat, evening were Mrs. Kenneth Roland, Philip, Ann and Mrs. Ida Pees. OPEN ROUSE Mr.

and Mra. Charles P. Homsa entertained at open house Sunday afternoon following the unvelting service of the memorial marker of the former Adars County I Baptiat church. Fifty- people attended. The hostess wis ted En ins, coffee, punch, and cookies by John B.

Narigon and Joyce, and Robert DeVore, H. H. DeVore, and Mrs. Lois Olive. I attending included the Rev.

Mr. and Mre. Charles R. Martin and of Des Mcines; the Per. Market; the Rev.

Mr. William Gahm, of Mt. Eena; the Rev. Mr. and Mrs.

Joe Wallace and Glenda, for. Corning; Mrs. Ealth H. Dustin, of Farmington, New Mexico; Mr. Arthur Gardiner, of Dayton, Oblo; Mr.

and Mrs. Howard Lawrence, of Norwalk; Mr. and 'Mra. Ronald Schrodt and family, Mrs. Mae Dillop, Mr.

and Mrs. Carl Youngberg, Mfr. end Mrs. Walker Cooper, all of Creston; Mr. Paul Gauthler, Mrs.

Mary Homan, Mra. Lois Olive, Mrs. Don Wild, Mr. and Mrs. Delmont Schafer, Miss Lucy Homan, Mr.

and Mira. Jake Lawrence, Mrs. Sybil Gardiner, and Mr. and Mra. John B.

Narigon, Joyce and John, all of Corning: Mr. and Mrs. H. H. DeVore and Mr.

and Mrs. Robert DeVore and Dianne, of Carl; and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Homan and Delmar. Cities and towns represented by those who attended the unvelling service included Parmington, New Mexico; Dayton, Ohio; and Mitchellville, Knoxville, New Market.

Des Moines. Norwalk, Osceola, Winterset, Red Oak, Creston, Prescott, Carl, Mt. Etna, and Corning. STATE FARM INSURANCE Usual Savings of 15 to on Auto Insurance. Dependable Farm Liability Coverages.

Modern Fire Insurance Policies. Hail, Fire, and Lightning poticies on Growing Crops. Guaranteed Savings and Retirement Plaus with State Farm Insurance, Office located 1st door East of Skally Oil ea 6th Street. STATE FARM INSURANCE COMPANIES C. Horton Lee, Agent Cursing, La.

Phone 3861 CAMI Mrs. MONTO Harold John and Dart to Du picnic Moines to attend the and family to family HONORED Ou Bundey, Mr. and Mrs. Haley and daughters entertained diaper in honor of Bob birthday. Those present ware Mr.

and Robert Rhamy, MT. and Mrs. Duane Rhamy and family, from Modeway, and Mr. Cecil Rhamy, who runets of Mr. and Mrs.

Robert Rhamy. HOLIDAY GUESTS. Day dinner and supper roosta in the ed Blasek borne were and Mrs. Joe Wilson of et. Joseph, Missouri, Mr.

and Mra. don Lowther of Corning And Grove and Bob Lowther of Mr, and Wilson pet Saturday until afternoon to the home: and John arid Lowell also Sunday afternoon with the ATTEND WEDDING Mr and Mrs. Dear Mrs. Rogers mother, Mrs. F.

J. Laken af Villace, took: the Zephyr out of Creaton Treads morning of last week and went to and on to Des Plates, Tlinois, to attend the wedding of Mri. Rogers' Vir- ginia Stewart. daughter of Mr. Rumen Stewart of Des married Friday Devis a evening elock to: Am an church." Rogers bend the Trinity Lutherhonor of decorating the church for the weddine.

Mr. and Mrs. attended dinner given for the bridal party the night before the wedding, held at the of Mr. Boback. About titty people attended the dinner given in' the Stewart home following the wedding.

Max. and Mrs. Rogers and. Mrs. Liken turned to Corning Bunday evening.

rite Mrs. Dick served to the ENTETAINED STArT Mias Mary Gauthier, bride and of the the High School Anoual, ad the of the staff, at supper ad bome Monday erenice 1 25th. A thine enjoyed during which the exchanged to their AFTERNOON COFFEE Mrs. Bob Cougar entertaised Friday to bopor of ber Mr. Art who bare viatting tram Dos Moines.

Those attending the callee were Mrs. W. H. Minnies, Mrs. Cleland Paul, Mrs.

John. Jonna, Mrs. Dido and Chidren of -the guests. SUNDAY. GUESTS Guests In the home of Mr.

and Mrs. J.R: Emerson and sons, on Busday, west Mfr. and Mrs. Loren Nevill and Loren from Motherrille, Mr. sod Hirs.

Lee Deborah, Rickie and Tony, of Molies, Mr. and Men. Goodale, Jack and Leila, MA lows, Mr. and Mers. Rumell W.

from ClearReid, Mrs. B. W. Dis goral, Ion FAMILY REUNION Dr. and Mrs.

Darwin Mariott and: daughter Renee, Julie and Rising departed by piane on' Tuceday mornins tor' their home in Tacoma, Washington. For the past two weeks been goosts of their parents Mi. and a Art Marlatt and Mr. and Mr. Glen On Sunday 'the Drennans were hosts for family dinnertheir home The guests included and Mra.

G. L. Jackson and children Jerry and Cindy, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Lynam, all from Des Moines, and MY.

Donald Deborate, Jimmy and Rebekah form Red 'Mr. and Mrs. Donald Lynami, DeiAnne Elizabeth, Miases Anns and Perle' Lynam along with the host and an from Cornine, other relatives 1 throughout the day. Among the vistors were Mr. abd Lawrence Phipps both tamer teacher.

In the tray wilts carnation bou- 1 Since her graduation from colt. high school with the class of 1907, the bride bee employed at the Town Home Matual oction 14 Dee and will continas work- The groom has been employed ins Des Mcines since graduation from the Indianola Sigh school with the class of 1906. They are at home in 40 apartment 7714 Mich in Des Molnes. FERE PARAS WANT ADE PAT VAUGHN'S Radiater 1 Repairing Cleaning 715 Beaton Are. BEAT DUNHAM DRUG CORNING Picture of A Man Making Money but Yes, not this by man is manufacturing making it.

money fuence of Iowa's making money. by saving He's locally controlled Rural Electric Co55 locally -owned expense -by making his own re: electricity operatives, is available dependable, low. cost time and pairs with his electric home in Iowa. to every rural For the modern farmer, electricity is available 24 hours per day. tricity to the power choring equipment, to working light hours, job to better, to extend NON and chicks, to warm barnyard baby pigs and PROFIT pump farm living home water, to making farm Wire more convenient and profit-' -symbol of able.

tire rural electrifica- coopers. Yes, electricity is the modern 1 farm. and dependable, er's biggest, surest, and cheapest far 135, time-saver. families. And, thanks to the competitive in-! ARECA 4 Adams County Coop Eleetric Co.

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