VEDETTE 2000

High temperatures ranged from 66 to 81 with lows 37 to 53.

Rites were held for Dwight Irwin, 84, and Pauline Dahl,

83.

During September the county had 55 jobless individuals, down four from the previous month, and drawing $40,066 in benefits.

Lighting struck the Pleasantview Apartment building Friday night doing some damage. The nearby football had been delayed about 30 minutes earlier.

The Three M’s won at Tuesday bridge -- Margaret Beck, Mary Branson and Mickey Stephen.

The Business Spotlight in the Panora State Bank ad was the Ben Franklin Store and Jay Pattee.

Modern Q Club of Linden dined at the Bar-L-Ranch south of Guthrie Center.

Betty Fox and Ava Francis of Yale attended the 104th convention of the Fifth District Federated Women’s Clubs in Boone.

CAM defeated Panorama 28-7 on the gridiron after only one point separated the teams prior to a 90-minute weather break at 8:21 p.m.

A greenhouse at the Panorama school is a reality.

Hen ‘N Chicks will entertain Wednesday at the Panora Nursing & Rehab Center.

The Sunshine Club held a Halloween costume party at the home of Helen Clancy.

Gerald “Shorty” Tam is holding a public auction with a heavy emphasis on antiques and collectibles.

Ron and Amy Stepanek and children are building a fish pond at their rural Yale residence.

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A survey of Guthrie Center businesses and residences by Panora Cooperative Telephone on building a fiber optic system here was very positive, said general manager Andy Randol. It would compete with

Iowa Network Services and offer telephone, cable and Internet service.

Supt. Steve Smith reported the Guthrie Center school’s enrollment for budget purposes is 509.2 -- up 2.1 students -- but 10 fewer are in the building.

The Tigers ran their record to 7-0 with a 54-0 win over outmanned Clarinda Academy. Adair-Çasey, 6-1, ran over Exira 65-6 while West Central remained unbeaten with a 34-16 win over Audubon.

State Rep. Clel Baudler and challenger Warren Varley will debate October 25 at the Adair Community Center in Greenfield.

Florence Clausen of Guthrie Center will celebrate her 100th birthday Saturday at the Community Center at the fairgrounds. Following a program and buffet supper, her daughter and son-in-law.

Ruby and Floyd Krakau, will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary with a program and dance at the same location.

Louis and Jenny Blohm will be honored October 29 for their 60th wedding anniversary.

Winners of the $60 gift certificates at Hughes Clothing in honor of Darwin Hughes’ 60th birthday on Friday, the 13th were Clara Lucht, Rod Huggins, Gary Walter, Betty Henrickson and Sharolyn Fett.

Harold Sheeder was honored by family and friends for his 90th birthday.

Twenty-five members were present when Chapter BY of P.E.O. Sisters met at Mary Bradford’s Bed & Breakfast.

After discussing an earlier date to start the school year, the Guthrie Center school board decided against it as the elementary lacks air conditioning.

The past week saw only .03 of rainfall.