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Mount Ayr Record-News
Mount Ayr, Ringgold County, Iowa
Thursday, March 20, 1941
by Chanse Hall, Mount Ayr Record-News
Marjorie Hillebran, of Tingley, and Elton Werner, of Shannon City, were united in marriage at the Methodist Church in Shannon City on March 16, with the Rev. Stark performing the ceremony. The couple was attended by
Billy Nealis and Doris Robinson. The couple will live on a farm four and three-fourths miles north of Tingley.
The Mesdames George Baldner, W. H. McFarland and Marge Freeland, Dorothy Stamper, Betty McAninch and Cleta Swigart have been appointed as the advisory council at the girl's division of the National Youth Administration
in Ringgold county. Thirty girls are enrolled in the program in Ringgold county.
Alidene Triggs, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Triggs, and Robert Bastow, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Bastow, were united in marriage at the Methodist Church in Creston on March 12, the ceremony being performed by the
Rev. Lewis E. Watson. The bride was attended by Mary Louise Hogue and Robert McCreary served as best man. The young couple is at home on a farm in Tingley township.
Maloy, always a strong contender in the basketball meets of the southwest Iowa district, again claimed honors when they succeeded in defeating Randolph, 39 to 22, in the final rounds of the district tournament at Shenandoah to go
into sub-state contest this weekend. Members of Coach Maurice Carr's squad are Duane Webb, Bob Lynch, Billy Wyman, Clarence Culbert, Gene Hannon and Marion Bowman.
TINGLEY - The town council has purchased the Community Theatre building from the Mariner estate and plan to use it as a town hall.
Neal Weeda has taken over the duties of assistant manager of the Farmers Union
Elevator since the resignation of Francis Smith, who, with his wife and son, have moved to a farm west of town.
KELLERTON - Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Jackson have purchased the Beatty restaurant and took possiession Tuesday.
SHANNON CITY - The Community Club has elected the following officers: President, Avery Sanderson; vice-president, Jack Dunlap; secretary-treasurer, Eloise Dunlap; song leader, Margaret Kelley; and pianist, Miss Nord.
Transcription by Sharon R. Becker, August of 2016
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