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18 Retired Farmer of Ackley Dies jilioto \ty Mutifttr START WB'ICK OF M I C I C T I N G S -- N e w teuchen* in t h e Oily P u b l i c Kchool.s mist L h c i r atlmimstratoi-H at a breakfast Monday al the M i m i c Hall to open a preschool conference. They w i l l Ix; j o i n e d by the other i n a t r u c * to rÂ« Tuesday for workshops, he Middle West's Largest Jewelers presents he World's most famous names in Jewelry! RONSON $7.70 a hospital in Waterloo Salurday. .Survivors include the widow, sou William .Jr., instructor in the Steamboat Hock schools, n sister, .Â·Mrs. iJruno Bronscms, and two brothers, August' and .lobn, al! of Dumonl and a brother, Cbarle.s, of Chapin. They spent eight years f a r m i n g near Diimonl, then moved to Â« farm near Hampton and In Jfl'IH lie retired and they came to m a k e their home at Acktcy. Aged Resident Dies at Manly MANLY--Mrs. Henry M i l l e r , 80, died at her home in M a n l y al 1 n. in. Monday after n long illness. She had been a resident of the community for 51 years, living on a f a r m near here u n t i l ' m o v i n g lo of Clear Lake, Morrie of Mason City and C l a i r of M a n l y and Ihree grandchildren. CONTRACT LET Survivors'inciude fmirsons".'Lloyd M a r k s . Â·'Â«* M c J ) o u Â« n l l , M a x i n e Krlendson, .1. ' Lorcuc McClnnls, Tilford I I . Malhre iind 1'. O. Ttruns- void, Jilgh school principal; second r o w -- U n t i l H. Cook, Henrietta JKrogh, V i v i a n II. Hack, Ktilh E. Dolores Woito, Never- ce.ssful bidder on t h e repair of lateral No. 1 of Hancock County drainage district. No. 47 extension at a lotting al the courthouse this week. His but was $817. The im- provbinenl was petitioned for by M. C. .failles ct al. C. V. Mcrten was appointed construction engineer on the project. The preliminary survey was made by t h e Hancock County Koil Conservation Service. 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