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Roland Record (Newspaper) - January 10, 1957, Roland, Iowa Volume 62 The Number 46 Roland Record JANUARY New Boundary Lines Set For County School Elections County Board of Education Elec tion areas recently were revised to conform with the new boundary lines as established in the formation of the Community School Districts in Story Assignment is made by school attempting to four election areas as equal as One board member is elected from each area and one is elected At Thexdefinition of the At Large area is all districts which do not maintain high and all Community School Persons residing in seven counties may vote for members of the Story County board in the March 11 elec tion bedause of the inclusion of terri tory in adjoining counties in the newly formed Voters will vote intheir own school district re gardless of county for example persons residing in the part of the Story City Community School Dis trict that is in Boone County will vote in the Story City election and will for the member of the Story County Boardof Educafeji from that area his position is The districts assigned to each area are as follows Area Mc Callsburg Nevada In Zearing Richland and Eddy 3 Rupal Independent of Sherman Area Mil ford Roland Commun land Story City Area Cam bridge Huxley Consoli Shipley Slater Kelley North Grant Washing and the Rural Inde pendent Districts of Bloomfield Palestine Livingston Norway Center Grove Walnut Grove Douglas I all of Union Area Colo Maxwell and Nevada At Colo Gilbert Roland Story City Com Zearing Kelley North Grant Consoli Nevada Richland Washington and the Rural Independent Districts of Bloomfield 9 of Palestine Eddy 3 of Sherman Livingston Norway Center Grove Mission Ridge Walnut Grove and Douglas 7 Town Notes From Readers In renewing her Record subscrip tion for the former Miss Donna I look forward to receiving the Record every The town is and I dont know a lot of the new but I read the Record more avidly now than I did when I lived Im VICKI HAYES 6 Years Old Of IOWA IOWAS POLIO CHILD FOR 1957 Casper Egland Again Heads Cooperatives Casper was re elected president of the Story Coun ty Association of Cooperatives at their annual meeting last month in At the present 12 of the 16 cooperatives in Story coun ty lare members of this Others elected were James vice president Story secretarytreas urer Obed Lawr ence Clayton Hop and Fred elected to the executive Wilkinson Will Attend Donnelley Meeting Howard Wilkinson of manager of the direct mail division of the Reuben Donnelley plant at is one of 44 execu tives from 19 offices and plants who will attend a fourday seminar on organization development to be con ducted by the company January 16 19 at Arden Columbia Uni David chairman and chief executive officer of the said the casestudy and discussion sessions will be the first held by the companytas part of its organization development pro Subject of the meeting will be The Management of Grand Jurors Drawn For Coming Year Story county grand jurors were drawn Friday by the county Clerk tand and will appear at the next regular term of the Dis trict Court in Nevada on February 4 at 10 Those drawn to serve are Mae Allen of Nevada Albert Bowers of Colo Joe Buffington of Zearing Stanley Bullard of Maxwell Frank Gerlach of Nevada Handsaker of Colo Guy Heers of Story City Ed Helland of Huxley Henry Larson of Cambridge George Robinson of Ames Margaret Sherk of Nevada and Loren Truman of Drivers License Schedule Drivers licenses may be renewed on Tuesday of every veek at the Band City In Renewals may also be made in the basement of Court House in Nevada on alternate Dates for testa in Nevada are January 9 and Otis Twedt Heads Howard March of Dimes Preparations forthe 1957 Story County March of January 1 through January are nearing completion according to Jesse Strick land and Forrest of who announced names of per sons who will assist with the cam paign for In Nevada the drive will be handl ed by Nellie and Eulalia In Ames workers include Russell Mary Ray Don Keith Lan James and the Iowa State College Veterinary Medicine Township chairmen Harold Lafayette Otis Twedt Howard James Warren Max Lincoln Rich ard Franklin Milford Glenn Rich land Francis New Al bany Glen Washington Rose West Palestine Burton East Pales Union and Ernie Indian IVAN SAMPSON DIED MONDAY MORNING Ivan died early Monday morning at his fol lowing an illness of several He was born in Eagle Grove Oct ober and has lived most of his life in the Roland Funeral services were held yes terday in Salem Lutheran and burial in the Roland ceme An obituary will be published next week in tile FIREMAN CLASSES AT NEVADA All volunteer fire department of ficers of Story county land all fire men who have an interest jn improv ing their of firemanship have been invited to attend a Vql unteer Fire Department Officers class in Nevada on January February These classes iare conducted by Firemanship Engineering Iowa State in co operation with the Nevada Fire De The instructor will be Field Instructor in Fire manship Training of Iowa State Col There will be four evening meetings covering the following Responsibilities of volunteer offic ers The handling of men in fire companies Building and maintain ing company morale Delegating re sponsibility and authority Fire manship Training Problems Lead ership Importancfe of Organization Public relations Keeping morale high in fire companies How to make drill sessions attract ive enough to maintain According to officials of Iowa State College who work in the field of fire manship training there are several hundred volunteer officers and fire men who participate in theseschools each Borton Will Attend 4H Grain Marketing Clinic ArthuV is one of six Iowa 4H members who will attend a 411 Grain MarketingTour and Clinic in Chicago ac cording to Al Story County extension youth The of and Roy Arthur is member of the Milford Hustlers 4H He has completed 7 years of 4H Since 1952 Arthur has conducted a corn project each His club program has also included baby dairy and forestry He is now serving as president of the county boys 4H As a result of his 4H corn pro Arthur says he has learned that grain must be harvested at the right time and properly stored if it is to have the highest market Expenses of Arthurs trip will be paid by the Chicago Board of the donor of awards in the regional 4H Graip Marketing The program is sponsored by the coop erative extension the Board of Trade and the National Commit tee on Boys and Girls Club OTIS JOHNSON DIED IN SLEEP MONDAY Otis a life long resident of Roland land died late Monday night in his sleep at his home Johnson had been employed as engineer for Marshall Canning company in the local plant for many He had been working Mon day and had not complained of feel ing but passed away during the Funeral services will be held to morrow Friday afternoon at the Ericfcson funeral home and at Ber gen Lutheran with burial in the Roland An obituary will be published in next weeks issue of the The Roland High School Rocket Roland State Bank Completes First Year The annual report of condition of the Roland State published elsewhere in this indicates has enjoyed ia healthy growth during its first year of exis Since the last report of published last the total assets of the bank have increased from approximately to more than Deposits have in creased almost from about to since the first of According to the financial loans have risen more than 13 percent or A stockholders meeting was held January at which tune the board of directors was They are Jac and Officers of the bank were also renamed by the board as follows Chair man of the Board President Vice President and Cashier anfy Philip REPRESENTATIVE COUNCIL ELECTION RACE TIED TWICE f In an election held by the Iowa High School Athletic association to fill the expired term of Thomp a representative of Class B Schools of ithe Central quite a contest has developed between Ro Don and Superintendent of Schools ait The first elec held in resulted in a in an other election was held to elect one and another tie Once upon a time several years two individuals were born and raised in New York hired out to a western lumber firm antf were shipped to a lumber These two while having had no umbering were physic ally mentally and the irst day an the new job were pre sented with a twoman buck saw and assigned the task of cutting down a stalwart They started their ask at and when the job joss returned to the scene of their activity at he found that they lad made no cuts the pine or the reason that tne men evenly matched and tugged on the aw as hard ias they could taut neither could draw the saw toward It appears that Don Superin endent of Schools at and Superintendent of Schools Jewell have something n common with the above men ioned wouldbe The point is that in the first elec ion for representative of the Class B schools of the Central District held in late Begg and McCurdy each received The Representative Council at their November meeting authoriz d another election for the purpose if This subsequent flection was undertaken and the re the balloting in the second lection resulted in Begg receiv ng thirtynine votes and Me In the Service James who was re cently transferred from Fort Chaf to Travis Air Force spent the Christmas holidays at the home of his and Magnus Curdy receiving thirtynine votes and another The first election was something new because they have never had ies in any IHSAA Representative Elections let alone two ties etween these two The and What is hoped to bethe final is taking place in January vith the result probably being an lounced the last part of this Bowlerette League Results of games 4 high Evelyn 161 high Dorothy Won 39 Lillians Beauty Shop 32 Millers 31 Faon 29 Beta Sigma Phi 23 Graphic 8 Lost 15 22 23 25 i Bake Sale Saturday The Howard Happy Hustlers 4H club will have a Bake Sale beginning at January at the Quam Iowas Industrial Output Hit Record High in1956 In 1956 the value of Iowas Indus trial output reached the greatest peak in the history of the ac cording to Bernard the Iowa Development Commissions Assistant Director and Head of Re search and Estimated at it sur passes lall Nowack and topped the value of Iowas ag ricultural output for the seventh consecutive He emphasized that the 1956 fig ure shoWa a gain over year period since 1946 a 170 percent increase in the of lowlas industrial The past twelve months show oth er new record highs for Iowa indus Nowack In 1956 we reached a record level in nonagri cultural employment in manufac turing employment we hit the high est point since 1953 and reached a new record in average weekly wag es in he Nowack was confident that Iowas Continued on 3 Howard Happy Hustlers Held Christmas Meeting Hubert new assistant served as hostess for the Christmas meeting of the Howard Happy Hustlers held in the lunch room of the Roland school on Decem ber Roll call was naming A Habit Ive seen in other jjuis that I Carolyn Townswick led in devo We discussed our projects for Dec ember which are collecting Coffee Strips and gifts for children at Wood ward A talk on Courtesy was given by Margaret Christmas gifts were then exchang ed by the group and we enjoyed re t Regular Meeting The Howard Happy Hustlers held their regular meeting January 3 in the room of the Roland Eleven two lead and four visitors were Story County Extension Home helped explain our program arid goals for the coming besides answering Vere Bielefeldt ane a former also at f The first improvement I plan to make in my was answerec fpr roll Sharon Fisher led in During our business meeting we planned a bake sale for 9 oclock on January 12 at Quams in ane also donated to the March of Margaret Hughes discussed Color WheefaV Sharon Fisher gave a talk on Color and LouAnn Hanson gave a demonstKitiop on Making a Color The mem bers then painted color with water Sterling as Sharon and delicious Pamela KINDERGARTEN In our room we are about he winter Pupils are bring ng winter pictures and we are put ting them on our bulletin The Kindergarten and First Grade entertained our mothers at a Christ mas program and party the Wednes SIXTH GRADE This week everyone has been busy reviewing for semester tests which are next The sixth grade is reviewing aE the arithmetic processes and also the checking of each In reading class the past two weeHs have been spent reading Stories of foreign including Switzer Italy and The class has just completed study of South America and is now learning about the West Indies dur ing social studies The topic of discussion in health class has been How to Keep Each person drew a poster for art telling of some good health rule or EIGHTH GRADE The eighth grade history class has completed ia study of World War II and will complete their study of United States History at the end of this The second semester they will The arithmetic class is studying about insurance and The sec ond semester will begin with a study of areas and We received another order of Teen Age Book Club books during Christ mas We purchased a sam ple set of the next months selections so pupils could see each book and decide whether they wanted to order it or SPORTS Roland Defeated Ogden In a rescheduled game played on January the Rockettes defeated a rugged Ogden team Roland took an early 50 but Ogden hurriedly rallied to lead 87 with six minutes The Rockettes came back to take the lead 98 and were never headed after Roland led at the end the first quarter and increased their margin to 2417 at the Ogden couldnt and the Roc kettes increased their margin even more to lead 4227 ait theend of the third and finally won Roland forwards had balanced Linda Christian leading 20 The guards did a good defensive job against the Ogden for fg Holland 6 Erickson 5 9 Ryan ft 6 2 2 18 12 20 Rockets Down Milford 6254 The opening minutes ticked off as the Rockets and Bulldogs were dis playing a series of fast Late Rockets in the first quarter the day before Finch grabbed the lead which kept and our teachers helped unffl the end of the game We had a Christmas party and ift exchange in our room on The score at the end of the first quarter was Roland Milford December We want to thank The Bulldogs enforced afullcourt everyone for giving us such nice pregs most of me gifts The Rockets led 3218 at and but their 10ad was sliced to at thy brought books to share with the end of the Steve brought the record paul wag the high for us to hear in our for Rockets 19 points room Norman Honderd paced the losers Margaret returned her dental card wWVl 9j December I We want to thank and Roland 62 Sande 3 ft 2 Kurt for treating us to candy bars i George 2 on their I Paul Twedt 8 3 jClarkMffler 4 i Larry 1 I Loren Harlan Hanson 3 Totals 23 Milford fg Hadley 2 Bob Jacobson 1 SECOND GRADE DebbieGrindem added another card to our Dental Card We began a new reader called New Friends and New In science we are learning about the different kinds of weather and are making a to show the change in temperature from day to Twedt 2 dav Borton 2 The people who got 100s in Jacobson l are Larry Betty Tungr Debbie Linda An Gary Nancy Steven Diane Craig Steven Bon nie Beverly Arthur 18 Milford 15 Roland Defeats Gilbert 6859 The Roland Rockettes held a slight 2 0 3 4 16 ft 3 9 3 0 6 2 24 32 18 4 3 5 4 0 1 5 22 Pi 2 5 3 5 2 3 0 20 50 37 8 8 19 10 2 10 62 7 21 7 5 4 8 2 54 62 54 Jann Dale lead at end of flrst quarteri Barbara Eddie 1W3 They to Steven Patty increase ttat lead to 13 Keith Vickie Roger The quarter came Jane Bruce Strum fe a dose Rockettes stm Diane Timmy that 13 point Kaithy Steve Carolyn and Larry Carol Holland was the leading scor er for both teams with 28 points scored on four field goals and 20 free High scorer for Gilbert Roger came back to was Karla Faris 25 Roland 08 fg ft pf fp FOURTH GRADE school He had been to California for two Today he 4 20 gave an interesting talk an his trip 6 7 and showed us JErichson i 5 We have started studying about Greece in geography Hill In science we are studying about uanson the earth and Totals 32 Our teacher is reading Lost in a Sugar Creek to Continued on Page4 28 19 21
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