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Cherokee Courier (Newspaper) - August 21, 1969, Cherokee, Iowa Something to interest every member of the family the Cherokee courier volume 33 official City paper a Washta Quimby and Cherokee Rud Noneo a airy except sunday monday tuesday wednesday Friday Cherokee Iowa thursday August 21, 1969 official county paper number 30 reveal school plans 3 file for county school Bourd posts registration at Washington High monday tuesday and wednesday of the week. The 1969-70 school term for Cherokee Public schools begins sept. 2. Caught in the act of registering and assisting with registration. Monday were mrs. D. W. Homan mrs. Bennett Donna Vicstrum. Dave Carlson. A courier photo All county teachers Institute Here Ehrich completes Roth training an All county cooperative teacher Institute is to be held in Cherokee on Aig. 27. All teachers in the county Are invited to attend for the two Way Institute workshop. The workshops for Junior and High school teachers will include teaching with films and other audio visual aids. Elementary teaching with television will be included in the elementary workshop. Mrs. Rowena Beck studio teacher for Ken i television Channel la Des Moines will be be present among others As consultant on teaching with television in the classroom. Robert foul son director of Price laboratories school University of Northern Iowa Cedar Falls will be consultant for the workshop on teaching with film and instructional Media in the classroom. Mrs. Lois Schmidt librarian for area 12 educational District will be on hand with print and non print materials to correlate with television programs. Those in attendance for the High school and Junior High workshop will meet at the Washington High school. Elementary workshop will be at the Community Center. This applies Only to the morning sessions of the Institute. The afternoon will be devoted to in service curriculum studies within the buildings where teachers Are assigned. It. Benning a. Cadet Neal Bret Ehrich Cherokee has completed the nation s Only Basic Roth summer Camp As a member of company a 9th battalion. Conducted for the third consecutive year by the training Center s 2nd brigade the six week Camp has doubled in size since the 1967 Camp. Willow music dept. Picnic Washta the Willow music organization invites All school employees and parents of Willow students who wish to support the music department to attend a potluck picnic at 6 30 . Aug. 26 at Ranney a Knob in Washta. Unique in its concept of providing Active duty training in lieu at two years on Campus study this Camp differs in Many aspects from the Normal Basic Trainer Cycle. Each Cadet attending the Camp is a Volunteer under no obligation to continue the entire six weeks therefore those completing the program Are highly motivated Young men. Planetarium demo for historical meet a planetarium demonstration is scheduled for the aug. 25 meeting of the Cherokee county historical society. Meeting will open at 8 . According to mrs. Doyle Simonsen president. Lester Whiting will give the presentation. Meeting is open to All interested persons. This is your Opportunity to enjoy the demonstration with a group. Covering basically the same course of instruction in two weeks less time the cadets receive greater emphasis on tactics and leadership. Each Cadet at some time served in a leadership position be it squad Leader or platoon Leader. The graduation ceremonies were conducted entirely by cadets. Neal is the . Ronald Ehrich 439 Spruce Street Cherokee. His wife is the former Patricia Jean Hayden also of Cherokee. New shoes that Pinch starchy dresses that scratch hot weather that broils will come together next week As school children in Cherokee county resume classes. Classes for two schools begin on aug. 25. This includes Merl Den a leghorn. First Day of school at my begins on the aug. 25 Date a full Day with buses to run and hot lunch to be served. John Smeltzer is superintendent at my and Jack Hagan principal. There will be no school on Labord a a sept. I. Students at Willow Washta Quimby will also begin classes for the 1969-70 school term on aug. 25 at 8 30 . They have a full schedule planned for the first Day with buses to run and hot lunch served. There will be no school at Willow on aug. 27 As teachers will be attending a county teachers Institute in Cherokee on that Date. There will be no classes on labor Day. Glenn w. Kerr superintendent and Bill Walsh principal report teachers workshop will be aug. 22 23. An estimated 460 pupils will attend Willow this term. Students registered aug. 18. Opening their classes on Ai. 28, following the Closky of the Marcus fair is the Marcus Community school. The aug. 28 session will open at 8 40 . With buses making regular runs. Hot lunch will be served for the first Day. John mitts superintendent and principal David Bride report teachers will attend county Institute on aug. 27. Teachers workshops Are set for aug. 26-27. Classes will dismiss at 2 30 the first Day. There will be no classes on labor Day. An estimated 740 pupils Are expected to attend Marcus school this term. A Aurelia comm Unity school year will begin on aug. 28 with an anticipated enrolment of about 740 students. School will Start at 8 40 . And run for the full Day reports c. W. Bryan superintendent. Faculty workshop and conference Days will be held on aug. 25-27. The first two Days will be at the Aurelia school and will be used for general and group meetings and for preparation for the opening of school. The third Day will be held in Cherokee with the other teachers of Cherokee county. This Day will replace the two county Institute that has been held prior to this year. School buses will begin their regular schedule on aug. 28. The first pickups will be from 7 30-7 45 . Depend on the routes. The children will arrive at school at approximately 8 30 . The buses will leave school each Day at approximately 3 35 p. In. Announcements will be made of any change in schedule. Cherokee Community school students will begin their trek Back to classes on sept. 2. Pre Farmers have Many crop worries. Will it freeze too Early will we escape the my worm the Corn Borer and can we get it harvested before Snow flies no such problems face this quartet they know How to Quot Stow it away Quot with Little Effort. Eating Sweet Corn Pises no problems to Young and uninhibited missing Teeth or other hazards Are disregarded. Four some making Short work of a Platter of Corn Are Rhonda Brian Bradley and Kerry Hartliep children of or. And mrs. Ron Hartliep from the wheat and flax country of West Fargo North Dakota making the most of their visit to the land of Corn Cherokee Iowa. A courier photo registration of High school students was accomplished the first four Days at this week. Buses will run the regular routes and hot lunch will be served on opening Day. All kindergarten youngsters will Register at the building where they Are to attend on the first Day of school. Rural youngsters have been notified of their attendance Center where they will attend morning classes. Special bus routes Are provided to return kindergarten students to their Homes following the half Day morning sessions. Kindergarten students whose last names begin with a through m Are to Register on opening Day from 8 30 to to . Those whose last names begin with m through z Are to Register from to . To 11 30 . Birth certificates and medical examination Blanks should be brought to the registration session. Cherokee resident kindergarteners will be scheduled for either morning or afternoon sessions. Parents will be notified. Newcomers to grades one through eight should Register at the office of supt. R. L. Kinkead at the Wilson Junior High build ii any time prior to school opening. Teacher workshops and a county wide teachers Institute will precede school opening on aug. 26-27-28. Immaculate Conception Cherokee s immaculate Conception Junior High school formerly a regular four year High school the first to be separately organized and administered Catholic Junior High in Iowa with a 7-8-9 sequence will open for their first full Day of school on aug. 27. Teacher s workshops Are scheduled for aug. 21, and 22. Aug. 25 is orientation Day for 7th and 8th Grade aug. 26, orientation for ninth graders. Terms for present members of the c Cherokee Board of education in area Iii and area in expire for the forthcoming election on sept. 8, according to a news release from the office of Steven o Donnell Cherokee county superintendent of schools. Candidates in area Iii Are Howard Sadler Washta incumbent who is seeker reelection and has filed his nomination papers with the county superintendent of schools. Nomination papers for or. Doyle Simonsen Quimby have also been filed with the county superintendent for nomination to this Post for area i. He will be opposing Sadler. Walter Peterson Aurelia presently representing area in and whose term expires the first monday in october 1969 following election is not a candidate for reelection. Nomination papers for Dennis Lundsgaard of Pitcher township have been filed with county supt. Steven l. O Donnell and he will be a candidate for that position. Eligible to vote in area in Are those persons living in the following areas lying school system Douglas township Ida county All of grand Meadow township sections 31-32-33 of Cherokee township Henry township Plymouth co Pilot township sections 4 56 All of Rock township Quimby Washta All at Tilden and Willow townships Cherokee City ail South of Bluff Street and West of first Street North of main Street and West of South 9th Street. Eligible to vote in area in Aurelia All of Diamond township Nakomis Buena Vista township All except sections 4-5-6 of Pilot township All of Silver and Pitcher townships c hero City All of Ward i except West of South 9th Street. County Board of education election will be held in conjunction with the regular school elec Tion on monday sept. 8,1969. The voting polls will be open from 12 noon until 7 . County school Board members Are elected for a term of six 6 years. Their term of office started on the first Day in october following said election. Other members of the Board Are Merle c ave Marcus chairman. His term expires in 1971. He is a member at Large representing All of the people of Cherokee county. Wendell Grauer Marcus represents area ii his term of office expires in 1971, also. Lyle Poulson Cherokee rep resents the people living in area i. His term expires in 1973. Tractor pull for Marcus fair new books for children Snook an interesting array of new books have arrived at the children s department of the Cherokee Public Library. For the very Young a new selections of the Quot i can read books Quot a letter to Amy Quot by Keats Quot the Witch the cat and the baseball Bat Quot Hoff Quot the Little Stone House Quot by Hader Quot Little Bear s Friend Quot Minarik and Quot spooky tricks Quot Wyler. For the in Between Quot Billy has a system Quot by Holland Quot the horse that played Center Field Higdon Quot the Hundred and one dalmatians Quot Smith Quot Peter and Veronica Quot Sachs and Quot the Moon Earth s natural satellite Quot by Branley. New teen age fare includes Quot soul Brothers and sister Lou Quot Hunter Quot How Many Miles to Babylon Quot by Fox Quot mystery of the fat cat Quot Bonham Quot Egypt game Quot Snyder Quot Sandy Quot by Gray and Quot lady Queen Anne Quot Hodges. Newly arrived at the children s department 20 volumes Ai the new Book of k no wedge. One of the top attractions at the Marcus f air to open aug. 25 is the tractor pulling contest slated for 7 . On aug. 26. Classes according to weight Are lightweight. Up to 6,000 pounds. Middle weight. .6,001 to 9,000 pounds. Hot Rod pull 6,000 pounds maximum. Heavy weight. .9,001 to 12,000 pounds open class. A not to exceed 15,000 pounds. Duals optional. Entry fee is $5. First prize is $50 second prize $30 and third place $20. Committee in charge Marvin Simons Roger Nelson Lee Simons Dean Berger Lawrence Wurth Biller Berger and Amie Fey. Rules and regulations As printed in the Marcus fair Book Are As follows contestants must be a resident of surrounding territory. All tractors must have a draw bar that is not More than 20 inches and not less than 15 inches from the ground. After the draw bar has been approved it cannot be changed. Tractor should be equipped with twisted clevis. All tractors will be weighed at the Farmers cooperative elevator. The tractor must Start with a tight hitch. No slipping of clutch once it is engaged. The Driver must be seated at All times during pull. Only the Driver will be allowed on the tractor. The committee in charge reserved the right to reject any or All entries in a manner they might designate previous to contest. All entries must be in Marcus by monday aug. 25. A trophy will be presented in each class sponsored by the Marcus commercial club. Work preliminary to the construction of a third floor and other alterations for Sioux Valley memorial Hospital is now underway. New Complex will add 65 new oeds and will include intensive care units Cardian paediatrics obstetrics medical and surgical units among others plus a dietary office and Kitchen. Total Cost $1,350,000. Plans Are to have the work area enclosed by end of this year and unit completed by january of 1971. Grundman Hacks Are contractors. Lundell construction is excavating. A courier photo a hillbilly heaven fair Flower theme flood curb 116 wit the real swinging theme of the artistic design arrangements division of the Marcus fair Flower show is Quot hillbilly thirteen categories Are offered for your interpretation via arrangements of Flowers dried material Etc. Doors will open for All exhibits in the agricultural and steel building at i . Aug. 25, opening Day of the three Day fair. The horticulture division has a place for about Amy Flower you can raise. The classes for the artistic division Are Quot fall has fell Quot dried material no artificial Quot Wood Weichin Quot using fresh Plant material and weathered Wood. Quot runt of the litter Quot miniature not to exceed five inches in any direction. Quot pea Pickin Quot All Green. Quot lonesome Road Quot using Rock As part of the design. Quot Stew s hot Quot using a Kitchen Container. Kin Quot crop s in Quot design in a attendance Quot up in them thar Hills Quot for a Hall table. Quot you Are my Sunshine Quot yellow predominating. Table class Quot yall come Quot for Patio one place setting and decorative unit table covering. No silverware. Exhibitor furnish card table. Junior divisions up to 16th birthday include Quot pretty Little Pink Quot bouquet for teacher using Pink. Quot gathering of the clan Quot animal made with vegetables or fruits. Quot Hootenanny Quot your own idea. Is urged graduates High school annuals have arrived Washington High school annuals for 1969 have arrived. Students who have ordered annuals May pick them up in the school Library on Friday aug. 22 and monday aug. 25 from 9-11 30 . Cherokee rotarians monday were urged to participate in the Quot action committee Quot program and to attend an open to the pubic flood control meeting on aug. 28. During the program portion of the meeting Tom Miller publisher of the daily times told the service club of his impressions of Cherokee and then explained the purposes of the Quot action he traced movements of the committee formed two months ago in reaction to a Survey taken by the Cherokee chamber of Commerce. Miller invited club members to be in the audience of Washin ton High school auditorium on aug. 28 to witness a discussion by Northwest Iowa officials and flood control experts who Are seeking solution to Little Sioux River flooding. Western Iowa tech merged vocational area Xii will graduate 116 students in Western Iowa tech s first All school commencement. The outdoor evening exercises will be held at the Grandview Park ban Shell in Sioux City at 7 30 ., aug. 22. In Case of rain the graduation will be held in the Central High school auditorium. The graduates will represent 15 different areas of specialization including the two new programs started last september band instrument repair and piano tuning and repair. Forty two practical nursing and dental assistant students graduated aug. To. The commencement speaker will be or h. H. Kalas president of colleges of mid America inc. Or. Kalas will deliver the commencement address Quot two jobs without \

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