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Estherville Daily News (Newspaper) - May 28, 1994, Estherville, Iowa NORTH SEVENTH IOWA - 35 CENTS - SATURDAY MAY 28,1994 - VOL. 123 - NO. 129 in flag COUNTY - Anyone wishing to display the American Flag in tribute of Memorial Day is advised that the proper method is to the flag to full then lower it where it should remain until then returned to full staff for the remainder of Memorial Memorial Day activities begin Monday with a parade from the middle school to the Legion Community beginning at 9 Participants are asked to assemble at 8:45 a.m. At the center following a brief ceremony the honor guard will fire the traditional 21-gun and taps will be Auxiliary members and veterans will place wreath at the War Memorial Monument in the The Avenue of Flags also will be en display at the Following the services the junior auxiliary will serve lunch at the Memorial Memorial Day services on Monday will begin with a parade starting at the Graettinger Building shortly before then 10 services at Fahnestock Veterans should meet at at 9:15 a.m. and any children that wish to in the parade should meet at the Building Center at 9:45 a.m. Following the Pastor Wilbur Holz of the Bethel Lutheran Church will begin with a memorial service at the followed by readings by Jennifer Carlin and Matthew Memorial Memorial Day services on Monday will begin with the traditional beginning at 9:3Q from the lumber yard up main slapping at City Fuk for a brief followed by a service at the community will include presentation of singing of the national the of the and There Be Peace On The winning of essays by Mike Cummins Following these a wreath placing ceremony will be held at Armstrong Grove including firing of the traditional salute and the playing Memorial - Members of the Wallingford American Legion will hold Memorial day services at the High Lake Cemetery on beginning at 9 followed by services at Wallingford Cemetery at 9:30, immediately followed by refreshments served by members of Legion Auxiliary at the Legion Scout Members of Boy Scout Troop 31 will hold a public pancake and omelet breakfast on June 5 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the VFW in to be prepared by the Emmetsburg Kiwanis The fund-raiser will help support scout activities including this year's summer July 9 - 16 and next year's High Adventure excursion canoe trip to the Boundaries Water The public is invited to attend the breakfast and support the scouting - Commencement ceremonies for the 1994 graduating at Estherville High School will be held May 29, beginning at 3 p.m. at the school A total of 126 seniors from the Estherville and Lincoln Central school districts will receive their - Commencement ceremonies for the 1994 graduating classes at Graettinger High School will be held May 29, beginning at 1 p.m. at the school A total of 27 seniors from the community school district will receive their golf - The Estherville Ambassador's 18th annual golf tournament is slated for June 21 at the Estherville Golf and Country The tournament will be a 4-Man Texas There will be games and lunch For golfing reservations call 362-7019. available This b the sixth final In a series provided the lowar Center for m Developmental quartered at Jhe University of em FALLS - Even though tax dollars spent in Iowa school districts vary a high percentage of public school administrators believe their schools are spending tax dollars according to a survey by the Iowa Early Developmental percent of all Iowa ten dents feel tax dollars are Seventy-nine percent of the principals interviewed even though a Feb. 27 Des Moines Register article notes that spending per district by as much as spending means several according to Dr. David director of the Institute for and organization dedicated to improving all Iowa Else cites the concepts of efficiency used when Kentucky reorganized its school system in 1989. school is efficient if it imposes no financial hardship or advantage on any group of Else Iowa and most other states base school appropriations on a foundation program that provides a minimal education to all that foundation level is 83 Bany Commoner is 77; 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Dr. John Besore of the Presbyterian memorial service at the Catholic Cemetery will be held at with Father Thomas Nash of St. Patrick's Church in at the VFW Post will begin at 11:15 with the Parade of the Colors and Posting of Colors by veterans auxiliaries and the National of ceremonies will be Gene Rev. Besore will give the invocation and the guest speaker for the memorial service will be State Representative John Estherville Middle and High School bands will be on hand to perform a number of patriotic new memorial flags then will be with Rev. 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