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Cherokee Courier (Newspaper) - August 7, 1969, Cherokee, Iowa Something to interest every member of the family the Cherokee courier published daily except sunday monday tuesday wednesday Friday 4 saturday volume 33 official City paper a Wasta. Quimby and Cherokee Cherokee Iowa thursday August 7 1969 official county paper number 28 is a Hereford medium class and heavy 900-1200 pounds. Staff photo name 3 a teams to state fair honors tons and gave most worthwhile summary of gun safety entitled a be a sure Ernie the son of or. And mrs. Bob Hupp Rural Cherokee 1r a Larm boy with six years of 4-h exit Prience. He has a Swine project in addition to tractor safely and welding. He is a Junior at Meriden Cleghorm High Ami serves his club As Secretary treasurer. His teammate Darwin Henke is the son of or. And mrs. Richard Henke and a Junior at Washington High. He had previously taken the Hunter safety course offered Here each fall. Interested in Hunting and sports he and his co demonstrator chose this subject to make the Public More aware of precautions they should observe. He is reporter for the Sheridan sure shooters 4-h club. Heartbreaker the Afton Junior Farmers team Craig Evans and David Mackay picked for state fair honors chose the same subject entitling their presentation a heartbreaker so a. And they too spoke of the Heartbreak of gun accidents. In fact these two has a real reason for choosing this subjects. Each had grandfathers who lost their toes in gun accidents when they were about the same age As Craig and David both 15 years of age. Their interest was sparked by the fact that David a dad. Archie Mackay who farms near Aurelia is an sex Highway patrolman. Craig Ward of Theda Nelle Scott who has been in 4-h for the past four years carries projects in woodworking photography and electricity. Interested in a sports he loves to Hunt and fish plays first base on the midgets baseball team and is a member of the High school team squad. A Sophomore at Aurelia High he is also a de Molay member. David a farm boy with six years in 4-h has baby beef and woodworking projects. Outstanding in the school band he also plays Bass drum in the family scottish bagpipe hand. He too is interested in Hunting and fishing. The Mackay family includes four girls in addition to David. David is also in de Molay and chorus and serves As manager of the football team. Both boys find the Mackay farm an excellent place to practice target shooting. Their demonstration stressed gun safety types of guns and ammunition cleaning guns to prevent accidents from malfunction. They included Hunter Courtesy in their presentation. Between Sitter and child Caroyl Westphal and Marla Perry of the Chipper cherokees 4-h club parlayed their know ledge of baby sitting into a state fair award winning presentation. Caroyl 16 and Marla 15 opened their demonstration with this statement a few people can resist the charming smile of a four year old and the mischievous Ness of an eight year old hut it is Well known that lurking behind that smiling cherubs face May be a budding Michael Angelo who can hardly wait to express his creativity on the living room Wall. Or an up and coming Texas Ranger who consistently practices his talents by timing up his baby after so graphically describing the situation who could resist their demonstration of the subject both girls have had considerable practice in baby sitting. Marla reports she baby sits at least twice a week. Caroyl has the Opportunity to practice at Home baby sitting with her Bahy brother John 1. The girls gave Many suggestions for the Sitter and for the child a parents. Learning Al it out the child his fears his routine bedtime Etc. Where Thoj parents will be if there is a need to Contact them was a prime requisite. Their three main Points were communication speak child renese listen Well Security get to know the child Well give love and understanding discipline consider age and abilities communicate clearly Caroyl the daughter of or. Mrs. Lawrence Westphal Cherokee is a Junior at Washington High. Clothing and Junior leadership Are her special 4-h pro state health consultant nurses graduation speaker mrs. Milfred Rosendahl Ann Pfaff wins 4-h dress revue Ann Pfaff Aurelia was named Winner of the Cherokee county dress revue. Daughter of or. And mrs. Louis Pfaff she will now Model her three piece All Stool garment in state fair Competition aug. 21. Ann of the Aurelia lassies club modelled a Gold plaid a line skirt and a sleeveless lined jacket complimented by a Navy Blouse. Cost was list i d As $12. Alternate was Marie Rupp. Sheridan stars. Miss Rupp daughter of or. And mrs. Raymond Rupp Rural Cherokee modelled a four piece Gray plaid ensemble West kit and Slacks with Plain Gray pants and skirt to match. The whole outfit Cost $25.00. Earning Blue ribbons in the dress revue in addition to the state fair winners were Kathy Knapp Quimby quorum with a Blue formal with jacket to match Gloria Graham daughter of or. And mrs. Robert Graham Quimby quorum Janet Cave Cherokee daughter of or. And mrs. Glenn Cave Ruth Rupp daughter of or and mrs. Robert Rupp Sheridan stars Joan Bush daughter of or. And mrs. Lee Bush Sheridan stars. Reception to Honor Peggy Waller a reception honouring newlyweds or. And mrs. Jim Behren Drinker will be held aug. 10 from 2 to 5 . At the it. Pleasant Church. All friends and relatives Are invited. Reception is being sponsored by parents of bridal couple or. And mrs. Ray Behrenbrinke Minneapolis and or. And mrs. Roderick Waller Quimby. Mrs. Behrenbrinke is the former Peggy Waller. The couple spoke their wedding vows july 26 at sacred heart Church Minneapolis. Mrs. Muffed e. Rosendahl program assistant program to health occupation education. University of Iowa will be speaker for the graduation ceremonies for the 1969 class of practical nurses on aug. 8. The class will receive their diplomas from mrs. Julia Jacobson coordinator health occupations Western Iowa tech at die 8 . Ceremony to be held at the Community Center. Class will be presented for graduation by mrs. Genevieve Stratton coordinator for the school. She will also present the students with their school pins. Invocation and Benediction will be Given by Rev. Earle t. Gunsolly. Oakdale evangelical free Church Meriden. Mrs. Rosendahl holds a . And . Degree from state University of Iowa and had done graduate work at University of California Iowa state University University of Minnesota As Well As University of Iowa. She is presently serving As program assistant program in health occupations education University of Iowa state consultant health occupations education Section vocational education Branch department of Public instruction. She previously served As instructor in medical surgical nursing for the fort Dodge Community College. She had military service overseas from 1944-1945. Her experiences Are varied and include serving a operating room nurse at St. Olaf Hospital Austin minn., and office nurse f a or. D. C. Carver Rockwell City Iowa. She has also done private duty at lutheran and mercy hospitals at fort Dodge. Welcome to the graduation ceremonies will be extended by Wayne Kyle Western Iowa tech. The exercise is open to the Public. A reception will follow. Faculty for this a he third class for the Cherokee school of practical nursing includes mrs. Genevieve Stratton coordinator instructor mrs. Joyce Gustafson ., full time instructor and mrs. Connie Nelson ., instructor part time. The class will have completed a one year course n practical nursing with clinical work taken at Sioux Valley memorial Hospital and mental health Institute just prior to the graduation exercises. Enrols at est mar Ruth Pigott daughter of or and mrs of Roe Fuchs of Rural Cherokee was recently accepted for enrolment in West mar College for the fall term. Miss Pigott attended Cherokee Washin ton High school and plans to enter the Field of social work or Library science. Cherokee county will be represented by three demonstration teams at the Iowa state fair and for the first time two of the three will be boys teams. On july 30, 12 4-h demonstrations were presented. From these two boys teams who both chose the subject of gun safety As their topics and the Chipper Cherokee duo with a Moat interesting presentation on baby sitting won the honors of repro far. The gun safety demonstrations was presented by the Sheridan sure shooters Ernie Rupp and Darwin Henke these two opened their presentations with a bang. Quite literally. They came on stage fired a shot that enlivened the audience and began their timely demonstration with these words a a sound like this May mean happiness to a Hunter who has hit his game or it Ean mean tears to a Mother whose child has just been killed by a playmate while playing with his dad s the boys both 15, Jhen stressed the ten commandments of gun and Hunter safety demonstrated the Basic parts of a gun showed various shooting Posi Between Sitter and child baby sitting what to expect of your Sitter what to aspect of the parents and other for Eucce eyeful and eafe baby sitting were demonstrated by the Chipper cherokees team Caroyl Westphal and Marla Perry. Thle charming duo it one of three team chosen for 8tate fair honors at the educational presentations Day july so. Demonstrations were presented for the county fair audience on tuesday. Courier photo heartbreaker also stressing gun and Hunter safety and Hunters Courtesy in their demonstration were David Mackay and Craig Evans. They too were chosen for state fair honors at one of three teams so named. They Are members of Afton Junior Farmers. Courier photo be a sure shot thle advice As Given by resenting this county at state fair. They in Darwin Henke and Ernie Rupp of Sheridan eluded tips on gun and Hunter safety. Sure shooters won the duo Tho honors of rep courier photo jets. An organist at immaculate Conception Church she is also trying to learn to play the guitar. Marla is the daughter of or and mrs. Robert Perry she is a Sophomore at Washington High and has had baby sitting clothing and Home furnishings As her special projects. She is in Rainbow and is a member of the youth Fellowship at memorial presbyterian Church Cheroke. Fair audiences had the Opportunity of watching these three state fair winning teams in action at the family Craft building on tuesday. Clay county the Honor of representing this county in Clay county Competition went to Anna Rupp daughter of or. And mrs. Ralph Rupp Rural Cherokee. In a demonstration entitled a fit As a fiddle a Anna of the Sheridan stars demonstrated Many exercises and other helps to Aid you in a feeling fit As a she also presented her demonstration at the county fair. Jelly and Jam making As presented by the Junior team from Sheridan stars Lori Dunn and Elaine Behrens won this duo the Honor of being named Quot outstanding Junior Lori is the daughter of or. And mrs. Darrel Dunn. Elaine the daughter of or. And mrs. Dewey Behrens both Rural Meriden. A a done to get in a Jam was the Apt title of their presentation. These two demonstrations were also presented at county fair audiences. Two other demonstrations were chosen by the judges for presentation at the county fair. Quot Safe storage of farm chemicals by Steve Bryant of grand Meadow future feeders and Quot grooming horses by Kathy Peterson and Kathy Sangwin of the Cavaliers club. Steve is the son of or. And mrs. Russel Bryant Washta. Miss Sangwin is the daughter of Dale Sangwin Aurelia and miss Peterson the daughter of Kenneth Petersons Alta. 4-h sewing winners list More than 1.000 articles of clothing were on exhibit in the girls 4-h building at Cherokee county fair and judging of these articles was not completed until late tuesday night after most other activities had closed Down. Winners whose garments were selected for state fair Competition Are skirt Beverly Hil Ler Tilden tillers. First alternate. Clariss Anderson Aurelia lassies 2nd alternate Diane Hiemstra country Ramblers. Blouse Julie Wharton Afton lassies alternate Jody Weber Quimby quorum. Jumper or dress Hally Smith Afton Lucky clovers. Alternate Carol Behrens Sheridan stars. Play clothes Patty Rhodes Liberty Bells. Alternate Sara Creel Cherokee comets. Dress Beverly Hiller Tilden tillers. Alternates Patty Johnson country Ramblers. Five constructed garments to Berglund grand Meadow larks Theresa Peterson country Ramblers Ruth Rupp Sheridan stars Ruth Rupp Sheridan stars Ann Pfaff Aurelia lassies and Barbara Rowen Chipper cherokees. Alternates Shelly Hucke country Ramblers Helen Hal Strom Liberty Bells Kim Nelson country Ramblers Janet Pratt Cherokee comets Judy Engdahl country Ramblers and Carol Behrens Sheridan stars. Textiles and clothing Why Patty Johnson country Ramblers. Alternate Carol Behrens Sheridan stars. Tai Lioa Grants to area students students at Buena Vista College whose academic records indicate excellent Progress toward a degree and whose cumulative Grade Point averages on a four Point basis arc above 3.00 Are awarded scholarships on a sliding scale from $200 to $800 according to Grade Point average recipients of these scholarships from this area for the 1969-70 academic year includes Dennis Ballard Cherokee Terry Green Cleghorm and Giles struck. Also James Sorenson. Holstein Joyce Hodge Pierson Linda Kolb Aurelia and Dan Whitney Aurelia and Linda Cul Lison Paullina. Completes course Ai Lewa Central miss Diane Malzer daughter of or. And mrs. Floy Malzer. 443 Sumner Street Cherokee recently graduated from the medical assistant educational program at Iowa Central Community College. Miss Malzer received her clinical practice in the office of Richard d. Berge m.d., Aurelia. The eight weeks of clinical practice is a part of the requirement for the completion of the eleven month medical assistant program. The nine months of classroom instruction and practice included examination room technique Laboratory and clerical skills. Or. Berge has hired miss Malzer As a medical office assistant. Chuck ogren�?T8 grand Champion baby beef a Chuck Ogren Marcus from Tilden tillers proudly stands with his Cherokee county fair grand Champion baby beef. Champ

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