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Austin Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 10, 1970, Austin, Minnesota Daily Herald news Austin Minn Herald-5 perform in fall concert tuesday Austin saturday oct. To 1970 Osage issues building permit for apartments Gree Power to be theme of economic conference Litomysl pastor plans to retire Blooming Prairie Minn. A Rev. George d. Foffel pastor of holy Trinity Pathol i c Church Litomysl will retire oct. 15. He has served As pastor of the Church since june 8, 1966. His first appointment in the diocese of Winona where he served As an assistant at St. Augustine Church Austin. Rev. Foffel will be succeeded by Rev. Louis g. Cook administrator of Queen of Angels Church Austin. Riceville names Queen candidates Riceville Iowa three Riceville High school girls Are vying for the Home com i n g Queen Crown. They Are Linda Oulman daughter of or. And mrs. Ronald Oulman Linda Murphy daughter of or. And mrs. Pat Murphy Connie Bartels daughter of or. And mrs. Clarence Bartels. Homecoming will be held Friday oct. 16. Moe Hospital fund begins at Hayfield Hayfield Minn. The Richard Moe Hospital fund will get under Way this week it was announced by Peter u. Johnson chairman of the fund. Moe has been hospitalized since mid summer following a farm Accident. Envelopes and boxes will be placed in Waltham and Hayfield business places for those wishing to contribute. The Minnesota economic develop Lent conference using As its theme a agree Power economic growth with environmental concern a will Convene oct. 29 at the Radisson South hotel Bloomington for a two Day program combining a for t h e first time a both Industrial development and tourism. Speakers will include George w. Romney Secretary. U. S. Dept of housing and Urban development w. P. Gullander president National Assn. Of manufacturers and Harold Levander governor state of Minnesota. Topics will include environmental management resort and travel Industry development Industrial Revenue Bond Tot a i Community development and Minnesota a experimental City. Awards presented this year Are in three different categories. Heart fund gifts Are received Here gifts to the heart fund in memory of Gilmer Coffman Brownsdale and mrs. Earl f. Crabb August Glovatzka t. H. Hocker Howard j. Smith and George m. Stiles Austin were made last month says Clayton f. Meyer memorial gifts chairman of Mower county Minnesota heart Assn. Meyer says gifts will be used for research into the causes and control of heart disease. For further information on the heart fund memorial program Contact Meyer. Tourism awards will be Given to one Community from each of Minnesota a six tourist regions. The award will Honor those communities and or organizations which have Best promoted their respective areas. Community awards will be presented to those municipalities which have displayed the greatest Effort in Industrial development and Community growth. And a special a be a award presentation will be made to a Minnesota company for its activity in the Export Market. Osage elevator purchases Gulf fertilizer Plant Osage Iowa the Osage Coop elevator has purchased the Gulf chemical fertilizer and anhydrous ammonia Plant. Purchase of the Plant is part of the elevators goal for new rail Side Grain facilities. The firm is purchasing the Osage lumber co. Warehouse just North of the Gulf facilities on Illinois Central trackage. Plans Call for construction of Grain storage and loading facilities to supplement the present elevator which was left with out rail service following discontinuance of rail service by the former Chicago great Western railway co. About three years ago. A total of 150,000 bushels of storage will be built at the new Lite. To schools a dept sets Corn the trumpet Trio of Pat Wheeler Bob Kopet and John Mel sen will highlight the concert bands second selection a car Nival variations. Band director is James Wheeler. Richard Larson is director of the has choir and Paul reline is the orchestra conductor. Tuesdays program Marks the first appearance in concert for the three groups this year. Letters of commendation received by 12 has students for Merit test trainee ship at u. Osage Iowa a $271,-900 building permit has been issued to Darwin t. Lynner inc., Des Moines. Iowa by the Osage town Council. The permit is for the renovation of the Cleveland hotel Osage into Low rent apartments for the elderly. The Des Moines firm has an option on the hotel and plans to proceed when Federal housing administration funds Are available. Under the Lynner plan the hotel would be completely rebuilt inside and the space would be remodeler into 24 to 30 apartment units. Most would be efficiency or one bedroom units and would rent Between $70 and $90. Lynner inc. Is a real estate investment company that has already sponsored four such projects at Des Moines Davenport. Muscatine and Marshalltown Iowa. Cost of these developments is $9 in. Austin student awarded senior twelve Austin High school students have received letters of commendation honouring them for their High performance on the 1970 National Merit scholarship qualifying test taken last feb. 14. Honoured students include Ronald Davis son of or. And mrs. Donald Davis 1703 2nd St. Be Daniel Friedrich son of or. And mrs. Henry Friedrich 1710 2nd St. Be Joseph Gosha son of or. And mrs. Eugene Gosha 906 1st ave. New Mary Hall daughter of or. And mrs. Howard Hall 206 3rd ave. So Danny Harrington son of or. And mrs. Verner Harrington .1101 4th St. New. Beth Hesla daughter of or. And mrs. Inman Hesla 501 19th St. So Wendy Marquesen daughter of or. And mrs. Byron Marquesen 204 Lith ave. So Gary Mcdonald son of or. And mrs. Charles Mcdonald 1510 till new John Noel son of or. And mrs. Duane Noel 507 Lith St. So James Schofield son of mrs. Margaret Schofield 200 Lith ave. New Timothy Solberg son of or. And mrs. Jerrald Solberg 1218 4th ave. Be and Cathy Vandenheuvel daughter of or. And mrs. John Vandenheuvel 1906 Lith ave. So. These commended students who rank just below the 14,750 semifinalists announced last month by the National Merit scholarship corporation a Are among 35,000 . Students who scored in the upper 2 per cent of those expected to graduate from High school in 1971. A although commended students Advance no further in Merit scholarship Competition a praises Edward c. Smith a Mac president a their standing in this nationwide program deserves Public recognition. Their High performance on the no set encouraging these students to pursue their education Smith furthermore gives Promise of continued Success in College a notes a both these students and our nation will Benefit from their continuing educational names of commended students Are reported to various scholarship granting agencies As Well As to the colleges they designated As their first and second choices when they took the no set in february 1970. The reports also include the students Home addresses test scores anticipated College majors and career intentions. Open discussions of 701 plan scheduled at asic local student studies French decisions reached by the citizens of the Austin Community through open discussion of the 701 comprehensive master plan will affect the Quality of life Here for Many years to come. Austin and Mower county cities Are invited to take part in the decision making process by attending discussions about the 701 master Plau As an analysis of conditions As they existed at the time of the study. It is up to each concerned citizen to become knowledgeable about this plan and Point out the Way for the future development of Austin. Meetings Are scheduled thursday evenings at 7 . At the Austin state Junior College room b-103. The meetings will begin oct. 15 and run six consecutive thursday evenings. Discussions will be led by Phil Shealy Austin Mower county planner. Areas of a possible disc Isi o n include Public housing Urban renewal Park and recreation development tourism Industrial development promotion planning commission zoning. Capital budget priorities Citi in participation transportation utilities a treatment Plant Public facilities Hospital Library Arena auditorium beautification environmental pollution and other areas of concern suggested by participants. Susan Anderson Daugh t c r of or. And mrs. Donald m. Anderson 2018 7th ave. Be a student at the University of Minnesota Minneapolis has been awarded a senior trainee ship by the . Office of education. The trainee ship will pay miss Andersons tuition and fees plus an $800 stipend during her senior year at the University of Minnesota. She is majoring in elementary education preparing to teach mentally retarded children. The office of educate o n awards the Traino ships to students in special education who show a outstanding Promise As teachers in the Field of education of the mentally retarded. Miss Anderson was one of seven University of Minnesota students to win a trainee ship for the 1970-71 school year. Hayfield the number of the Hay Field class of 1970 students attending vocational schools colleges and universities dropped from 1969, the amount of financial Aid increased slightly Over last years figures school officials announced today. A total of 61 out of too seniors indicated last Spring that they would be going on to Furth e r schooling. This compares to 69 per cent for 1969. Financial Aid received in 1970 was $36,455 which is up slightly from the $36,144 recorded in 1969. Members of the class of 1970 taking higher education Are As follows Austin state Junior College a Chris Anderson. Janice Fost e a Randee Herr Dennis Johns o a Marronda Mcnutt Tom Naatz Linda Pesch Dan Pike and Cheryl Severson. Rochester state Junior College a Bryan Finley Steve Jensen Marc s e n j e in Michelle Theley and Pat Traaseth. Mankato state College a Bill Fuller sue Helmbrecht Ste v e Meyer Janet oelkers Shirley Rocek Karen Salley and Marcia Thompson. Winona state College a Steve Fredrickson. Rose Gulbrants o a Don Haugstad Sharmen Johnson and Sheryl thoe. University of Minnesota Morris a Eunice Mccamy Bonnie Wangen and Eileen Wood. University of Minnesota Minneapolis a Norm Senjem. University of Minnesota St. Paul a Jerry Kvasnicka. Faith Baptist College Ankeny Iowa a Allen Kendall. Concordia College St. Paul a red Rathmann. Ambassador College big Sandy Texas a Ben Sash. St. Catherine a College St. Paul a Kris Buelt. Gustavus Adolphus College St. Peter a Jim Proeschel. St. Cloud state College a Dale Thompson. St. Olaf College Northfield a Peter Valen. Southwest state College Marshall a John Woodwick. Augustan College Sioux bumper pumpkin crop Kevin l. Grose son of or. And mrs. Frederick Grose 1509 4th ave. So is enrolled at the Institute for american universities Aix in Provence France. Grose will be studying French language culture and civilization. In addition he is studying piano at the Aix conservatory. Upon his return in february Grose will resume study at St. Olaf College Northfield where he is a student. Hayfield instructor at Fra convention a Hayfield agriculture instructor is among future Farmers of America Fra advisors who will represent the Minnesota Fra office at judging events and special events at the National Fra convention oct. 13-16, at Kansas City to. Frank Moon Hayfield has been assigned to the Courtesy corps. Clyde Seiver Austin it. 4, had a bumper pumpkin crop this year. He is pictured with three of pumpkins which weighed 82% pounds 72 and 56% Pou n d s. The pumpkins Are of the a big Max variety and Are used primarily for pumpkin pie. Unlike Ordinary pumpkins the s e Are shaped somewhat like Squash and turn a Bright Orange immediately. Seiver had about three Hills of the giants with the seed coming from a Yankton s. D., Nursery. A amp new to close rail stations in North Iowa Olaeta Basque dancers the Olaeta Basque festival of tin artist series. Admission will of Europe where the pyrenees Bilboa will appear at 8 . Be by membership card Only meet the Bay of Biscay. The wednesday at the Austin High the 20 member company is dancers Are currently touring school auditorium As the first from the Spanish French Bor the . And Canada attraction offered by the aus Der country on the Western Edge 61 graduates from Hayfield school continue higher education this fall Falls s. A Darlene setter Gren. Concordia College Seward neb. A Kenneth Akkerman. Austin area vocational technical school a Jerry Cepelak Suzanne Espe Robert Jurrens Karen ramp Dennis Klocke John Kramer Javis Musolf Craig Swanson and Barb Case. Rochester vocational technical school a Jim Kylle Jean Masching and Allen Severson. Manpower development training program a Liz Liest Carol Estby Gail Harrison and Colleen tuft. Cedar rapids Iowa bar Ber school a Jim Evans. St. Paul Barber school a Kevin Linbo. Minneapolis school of business a Deb Losey. Rochester Beauty school a Marlys Peterson. Riceville Iowa Chicago amp North Western Railroad has announced its intentions to close stations at Mcintire and Riceville Iowa along with several other Iowa communities. The Iowa state Commerce commission states the railway plans to consolidate service from one centrally located station at new Hampton Iowa. The action is to become final oct. 18. Riceville firms Are being asked to file protests against closing the local station. Among the firms Are the elevator coat company lumber Yard and implement dealer. R. L. Mans has been station agent at Riceville for the past 25 years. He would be transferred to the new Hampton station. The a amp new line through Riceville and Mcintire is the former Chicago great Western which merged in 1968. Passenger service through Riceville was discontinued in the Early 1960�?Ts. Beginners Bridge class set at Myca a beginners Bridge Hass for Myca women will begin thursday oct. 15, at the Myca. The class instructed by mrs. Howard Strey will meet 1-3 . Each thursday for eight weeks. Cost for the class is $5. Those interested should Register at the y prior to wednesday oct. 14. Babysitting service will be available at 25 cents per child. The Myca is a United fund Agency. Planning report on county fairs is distributed memorial plaque Minnesota a Long Range planning report on county fairs was distributed this past week to All of the state and county fairs in North american by the International Assn. Of fairs and expositions of Winston Salem n. C. Frank Kingman International Secretary stated Minnesota is the first of any state to undertake Long Range planning and it is a Model for other fairs to adopt. The brochure contains a two year study of Minnesota a 96 county and District fairs along with the Minnesota state fair which p. J. Holand Mower county fair Secretary was chairman. Hearings were held in All parts of the state. The summaries include administration purpose finance Legal entities physical Plant Midway parking attractions advertising marketing and Concession reports. A memorial gift to boy scout troop 121, sponsored by our Savior Church was presented to Charles want scoutmaster by mrs. Lee Arneson. The gift was a plaque listing names of Eagle scouts in troop 121. The plaque was in memory of the late Lee Arneson. Vocal soloists who will be Fea Stone. Solos by Kathy Kevin and tured in the Austin High school Randy will highlight the second fall concert tuesday inc i u d e choir selection a children of the Kathy Dunlap Soprano Dan heavenly father a while Danes Malenke Bass Kevin Blanch Solo will be a part of the final Ard Tenor and Randy Day bar choir number a raise a Ruck the concert to be presented by the has choir concert band and orchestra will be Given at 8 . In the auditorium. Harvest tuesday Austin area vocational technical school adult agriculture dept has set the Harvest of its Corn variety demonstration plot for tuesday at the Edwin Peterson farm one mile North and one West of Oakland. The plot includes 23 different varieties from seven different seed Corn companies. The plots will be machine harvested weighed corrected for moisture Content with test weight and held data computed for each variety. An attempt will be made to gather information on stalk breakage ear drop Page and population. Anyone interested is invited to attend. The harvesting will be All Day

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