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Mount Ayr Record-News
Mount Ayr, Ringgold County, Iowa
Thursday, June 05, 1941
by Chanse Hall, Mount Ayr Record-News
The Rogers Oil Company will open its new Gasoline Alley service station on June 7. The new building is located south of the southwest corner of the square, directly west of the Dalbey Lumber Yard.
Officers of the Ringgold County Fair Association recently re-elected are: John Irving, president; Herbert Bastow, vice-president; Milton Henderson, secretary; Carson Williams, treasurer; and John Blaur, W. R. Duffield,
Clyde Lesan, A. F. Holland, Frank McCreary, Alex Moffatt, John Triggs, John Irving and LeRoy Brown, directors.
Duane Richey, Myron Rogers, Rex Rush, Harold Scott, Curtis Christiansen, Harry Stamper Jr., Max Anderson, Lloyd German, Donald Guthrie and Basil Willis, [Des Moines] Register and Tribune salesmen, are
invited to attend the carrier salesmen's convention June 9, in Des Moines. Gene Autry, cowboy movie hero, will be the special convention guest.
Bill Weir, of Bedford, has accepted a position as salesman at the Timby Motor Company.
Imogene Hooton, daughter of Mrs. Edna Hupp, of Beaconsfield, has accepted a position with the Meadow Gold Dairy Products Company in Des Moines.
Ruby Goldner, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Goldner, of Kellerton, and Dean M. Jackson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Millard Jackson, of Kellerton, were united in marriage June 1, at the Presbyterian Manse in Maryville, MO.
Dr. Winfield Scott Insley read the service. Attendants of the couple were Lucille Gripp, of Thayer, her sister Mildred Goldner, and Paul Cason, of Diagonal. Mr. and Mrs. Jackson will be at home on a farm two miles
north of Kellerton.
Dr. C. L. Seaman left Thursday for Fort Meade, SD., where he will be located with the medical corps of the United States Army.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wm. Teale and Kerry moved their household goods Sunday to Albia, where he has employment as a mechanic in the Chevrolet garage.
MALOY - Marshal Matthews, who graduated Tuesday from the Northwest Missouri State Teachers College in Maryville, will teach this fall in the high school at Oregon, MO.
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Harris, on June 4, in a hospital in Ottumwa, a daughter, Louann Rae. Weight, seven and one-fourth pounds.
Transcription by Sharon R. Becker, October of 2016
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