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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - September 12, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa Community Education Classes Listed The Cedar Itaplds Gazelle: Thurs., Sept. 12, 1974 Hundreds of evening community education classes sponsored by Klrkwood Community college In the Ga- zette area will begin the full lerm next week. The non-credit classes cover the range from strletly-hohby to part-time vocational sub- jects. At Springvillc, for instance, high school biology teacher Richard Caudill will teach a class in "hillbilly On the same evening at Spring- ville, a class in blueprint reading will be meeting. Some of the other more ex- otic topics in the Kirkwood classes will be yoga (at Center quilting and pottery-making (Ml. 10 Districts Kirkwood sponsors the classes in cooperation with more than -10 school districts in Merged Area Ten. The classes are self-supporting through tuition paid by stu- dents. Tuition for most classes is in the to range, but retired persons on social secu- rity incomes may enroll in any class for a special tui- lion. Most cliisscs hold weekly meetings for eight or leu weeks. The following list shows the classes and registration pro- cedures for some communities in the Gazette area: Alburnell Classes meet- ing on Monday evenings are double knit sewing, woodwork- ing, ballet and tap dancing. Tuesday classes include be- ginning guitar and oil painl- ing. Wednesday classes are quilting and finishing. Number Given A class in drapery and cur- lain construclron will meet on Thursday. Intereslsd persons should call Kalhryn Zylstra at 482-2521. Center I'oinl A class in yoga will meet Monday even- ings at 7 in the school gym- nasium. A psychology class is scheduled for Tuesday even- ings at 7 in the audio visual room. A photography class will meet on Wednesday evenings at 7 in the art room, llegistra- lion will be at the firsl class meeting the week of Sepl. Iowa City Files for Fees IOWA CITY- The Iowa City council agreed Tuesday night that the city atuvncy should file a counter-claim in the amount of against a Nebraska construction firm. The city has withheld 000 from the bill submitted by the Nebraska firm of Korshoj Construction Inc. The Korshoj firm previously has filed a claim against the city for the withheld fee. Pollution Plant The city council voted to instigate a counter-claim for work done at the city's main pollution control plant. At issue is a digester which became inoperative earlier in this year, said city attorney John Hayek. "The equipment doesn't work. I see no reason to pay for it." Failure of the riigeslor to work caused the city lo dump partially treated sludge at the old city landfill. Area residents complained and filed a court action against the city to prohibit further dumping. Cease Dumping The city agreed lo cease dumping except in an emer- gency and has since re-acli- valed an older digeslor lo al- leviate the problem. In oilier business, the council voted to retain Cal- lahan and Co., of Chicago, as consultanl in the city's con- linuing search for a new city manager. The post will soon bo vacat- ed by the present City Manag- er Ray Wells. 15. InhresU'd persons can lain further Information from K. Net-mill, HHI-1H4I. College Community A class in cooking will meel on Tuesday evening at 7 In room of the senior high school. Coordinator An intermediate lennis Hass will meel on Tuesdays al II on the high school lennis courts. The coordinator of the classes is Bill Davis, 398.5427. Springville ('hisses niet-l- ing Tuesday evenings at 7 in Ihe high school arc beginning guitar and basic electronics. Meeting on Monday evenings ul 7 will be classes in hillbilly foods and blueprint reading. A class in arc welding will meet on Wednesay eveings at 7. An auto lune-up class is also planned, bill the class sched- ule has not been determined. A communily chorus will In- formed, with meetings at 7 on Tuesday evenings. For further information, contact .lirn Whalen, 854-6190. Mount Vt-rnon Monday evening classes include begin- ning indoor gardening, Christmas crafts, being an effective parent, office skills brush-up, woodworking and budget food buying and prepa- ration. Raking Bread Tuesday evening class include investment planning, photography, chess, pottery, and baking bread from scratch. For additional in- formation, area residents should call Winston Addis ill Norway A men's recrea- tion class will meel in Ihc high school gymnasium on Monday evenings al 7. A photography class is sched- uled for Monday al 7 In the school art room. The Norway community education coordinator Is Al Howe, :ill5-H5li4, or in the even- ing at 227-7010. Shellsburg A class in oil painting will meel on Monday evenings at 7 in the high school art room. A beginning guitar class will meel on Wednesday even- ings al 7. Persons Interested should call A. Messer al Joseph, Hess Elected At Williamsburg president Wilbur Joseph and board member Clifford Hess were re-clecled in the Wll: liamsburg Community school district election Tuesday. Joseph received 145 votes and Hess, 133, oul of a lolal 156 casl. The Gazette incor- rectly reported Wednesday thai Joseph defeated Hess. Dedication of Jones Historical Museum Sunday KDINBURG-Dedication of the Jones county hislorical museum will be held Sunday al Ihe site near the Jones county home. The event will culminate attempts for several years to establish both a hislorical society and museum in Jones county. Scat of (he society and loca- tion of the museum is the ghost town site of Edinburg, which was Jones counly's first government seat between 1B40 and 1847. The society has acquired a lease on Ihe land from the county for a pioneer village complex. The first county courl was held al Ihe sile in 1840 under a large white oak tree, and the land leased is covered with while oaks in commemoration of this event. Charter sociely members of the sociely al the time of dedi- cation will have their names emblazoned on a permanent scroll, and persons who have donated over lo the society will have their names placed on a bronze plaque affixed to the building. The museum dedication will begin al and will feature the Oxford Junction Polka band and a square dance exhibition. The address will be given by Phaene Hibbs, field repre- sentative for the Governor's Bicentennial commission. Fully Lined Shaft Covered tasr Seams SIZES 13 Double Bright Brass Studs 13 NAIL Western Heel Our Regular 197 Maximum Wear Sole Heel Value "Mid-America's Largest Authorized Factory Outlet Shoe Confers" Open Sunday Noon to 5 Monday-Friday p.m. Saturday am SHOPPING Quasqueton Holds Sunday Horse Show QUASQUKTON Tm> Quasmicloii horse show will lie held Sunday beginning ;il II) a.m. Sponsored by Ihe Quas- Monster club, all pro- feeds will toward defraying the costs of a new town tennis court. Kntries close ill 3 p.m. :iml the fee is Classes include puny halter, weenllng, yoaring, two-year- old, pony pleasure, poles, women's pleasure, speed re- aces, means pleasure, key- hole. Cenfer Point Bus Drivers Are Honored CKNTKU I'OINT All eight school bus drivers for the Center Point Consolidated school district have received awards of commendation from the slate department of public instruction for driving one full year without an accident. The awards were announced here Wednesday night. Outgoing school board members were for Iheir participation on Ihe board. Kobcrt Swanson was a member of the board for nine years and Vern Oliphanl for 13 years. Both decided not lo seek re-election this year. In oilier action, Supl. .John Schweiberl reported that on Sept. 10 there were 714 stu- dents enrolled in grades K-12 in the school system. This Is an increase of one from the September, 1973. figure, he said. The annual organizational meeting will be held at 8 p.m. Monday. Triple Fatality in Mason City Crash MASON CITY Three Mason City men died when their ear. which witnesses said was traveling at high speed, struck a bridge abut- ment and fell into a creek. The accident Wednesday that killed Michael ,1. Pnrtis, 211; Ray A. Stump. 22 and Car- son Lybarger, 27, occurcd aboul one mile west of the city limits of Mason City. for 1 Reg. 1.29 ea. Flexxtra" all-sheer sandalfoot of stretch nylon with special run guard in the parity. Fall fashion colors. 5horf, Average, Long. 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