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Cherokee Courier (Newspaper) - July 17, 1969, Cherokee, Iowa Number 25 work a Good meeting class for adult education series do you stammer and shake and get butterflies in the lower regions when you Are called upon to preside at a meetings Are you unsure of parliamentary procedures meetings can be conducted without training but the prepared chairman is the successful one. A new course to be included in the adult education series will be Quot How to conduct a meeting Quot this useful and helpful course will be taught by hey a tory Counselor at Lemars Community school and president elect of the Iowa state education association. A Well known Iowa educator the course will include parliamentary procedures techniques of presiding Agenda report ii and delegation of responsibility among other items to Aid you in the successful Art of a residing. This is just one of 25 courses to be offered in the 1969 adult education program. Registration will be held at Muler Mcclin Tock Bell insurance office 122 East main Street Friday sept. 5 from i to 4 . And from 7 to 9 . And on saturday sept. 6 from 9 toll . Tuition will be $4 for each course except where otherwise stated. Brochures with Complete listing of classes is ext petted to be ready for distribution by the first week in August. Questions regarding enrolment May be referred to mrs. James Harten or mrs. John Cook. Classes for the 23rd annual Community adult education series will begin sept. 16 for tuesday classes sept. 17 for wednesday clipse5 and sept. 18 for the thursday classes. Corn Loans near maturity area Farmers with 1967 and or 1968 crop warehouse stored Corn under Price support loan were reminded today by we. F. Turner chairman of the county agricultural stabilization and conservation Aso committee that these Loans mature on july 31. Producers must either redeem the loan by that dote or the commodity credit co portion will acquire the com As repayment for the loan. Or. Turner pointed out that if a producer s 1968-crop com is farm stored another option is Ripen to him. In addition to either redeeming the loan or delivering the com to acc such As is the Case with warehouse stored Corn a producer with farm stored 1968-crop com under Price support loan May reseal the Grain. To reseal grains simply to extend the Price support loan for another year. Or. Turner said the producers should indicate to the county ass office which option they desire on the postcard acc 693 which was nailed to them. Under the farm storage reseal program previously announced t964, 1965, 1966. And 1967 crops of Corn will be automatically continued under reseal loan for the 1969-70 storage period if not redeemed or forfeited. Approval of a warehouse reseal program for 1967-and 1968-crop com was announced last fall but cancelled in May when the changed Supply situation a brought on by a greater than anticipated increase in consumption a became apparent. Had action not been taken on warehouse reseal the . Department of agriculture said it would have tended to limit both Domestic use and Export of com. Or. Turner said that of the 757 million bushels of com which u. S. Farmers presently have under Price support loan and in reseal about 85 percent is farm stored. Open House to Honor Bertha Amendt mrs. Bertha Amendt of Peterson will be honoured at an open House Given by her family in Celebration of her 80th birthday. The open House will be held sunday july 27 from 2 to 5 . At St. Johns United Church of Chi fit near Brooke. All friends and relatives Are invited to attend. No gifts Are requested. Something to interest every member of the family the Cherokee courier published Delly except sunday monday tuesday wednesday Friday a saturday volume 33 official City paper a Washta Quimby and Cherokee Cherokee Iowa thursday july 17, 1969 official county paper ill m a. Met i i a Ini i mum a a a a Ai a a a a i a a l a . Underway on first Baptist Church conservation honors to 3 county forms in the Junior division for boys and girls under 16 years Quot Early morn Quot a breakfast table arrangement utilizing Kitchen utensils. Quot High in a tree top Quot a using branches for a line. A new Church Structure will soon add its Graceful spire to cur City s Skyline. Work began monday july 14 on a 36x70 first Baptist Church. Cherokee. The colonial Type building will cover the present basement facility on East Willow. First baptists new building will add a pastor s study and Church office baptismal facilities dressing and choir rooms in addition to a worship Center with a seating capacity of 166. Plans Are by structural designs Holstein contractors for the construction. An Early fall completion Date is anticipated. Thep resent basement area which has served As the education unit As Well As worship Center will continue to be used As the educational Center. The rather unusual feature of the new Church will be a round fibreglass baptistery. The Cherokee Church is served by Rev. Lester Smith who resides at the Elk Baptist parsonage and serves that charge As Well. Building committee for the new Structure is Benny Holloway and Lawrence Mclaughlin co chairmen Virgil Frank mrs. Frank Robeson Hulda Engel and Ben Holloway. Finance committee is Forrest Vicstrum chairman Richard Bergen mrs. Marvin Leonard. Maxines Gates und Anay Anderson. Cost of the building program is estimated at $30,000 to $40,-000. Memories of summer fair show theme one of the most popular and colourful exhibits in the family crafts department is the Flower show. Here annually Are shown Flowers to put the seed catalogue illustrators to shame. The Flower show fair committee includes mrs. W. L. Hantsbarger mrs. John Dewar mrs. R. L. Kelly All of Cherokee mrs. John Hasenwinkel Aurelia mrs. Laurence Davis Peterson mrs. Harvey Miller Marcus mrs. Kenneth Timmerman Cherokee mrs. George Foresman Cleghorn mrs. Grace Schroeder Larrabee mrs. John a. Johnson Cherokee and mrs. Bernice Darling. Rules for exhibit and horticulture classes Are listed in the fair Book. Quot memories of summer Quot is the theme of the artistic division. Categories include Quot Patio fair Quot a Centrepiece for Patio luncheon. Quot breezing along Quot a an arrangement for a Hall table. Quot How Green was my Valley Quot a predominately Green Plant material. Quot the Trees in the Apple Orchard with fruit Are bending Down Quot a an arrangement using fruits and Flowers with other Plant material. Quot summer Tan Quot a using Roadside Plant material. Quot shorts and hobbies Quot a an arrangement using Driftwood and Flowers with accessory. Quot in the Good old summertime Quot a an arrangement for Coffee table to include some Rock material. Quot Good morning Quot a an arrangement for a window Sill. Quot everlasting Quot a an arrangement using Evergreen and Pine Cones with Flower accent. Paul Meylor Leonard Degan and Richard Anderson have been recognized for their soil and waber conservation program on their farms through the local contest sponsored by the Des Moines Register. These farms have been judged As the entrants from Cherokee county. Paul Meylor was entered As farm owner operator. The farm has terraces an erosion control Structure contouring and grassed Waterways. Leonard Degan is in the tenant operated division. This farm is entirely contoured with grassed Waterways and new Windbreak planting. The farm is owned by g. A Mcfadden of Peotone in. And managed by Stalcup farm agricultural service of storm Lake. The Richard Anderson farm was recognized for the most Complete conservation program installed in a period of two years. Anderson has Terrace contouring and farmstead Windbreak established. Meylor farms 400 acres in Pilot township including the land on which Pilot Rock is located. Two Hundred and 40 acres of this farm is rented. Degan farms in Section 24, Suver township. Anderson in Cherokee township just East of Cherokee farms 104 acres. Name 4-h exhibit Heads sewing is receiving the major emphasis in the girls 4-h program this year. These projects will be exhibited and Cherokee county fair aug. 4, 5, and exhibits in this depart ment As Well As in All others except Art will come in sunday August 3 Between i and 5 . General building chairman for the 4-h girls and Fth Home economics department is its. Eve i Knapp a member of the 4-h county committee. In charge of demonstrations is mrs. Clifford Ferrin Marcus. Mrs. Jared Zarr Cherokee will take charge of exhibits and arrangements. Mrs. Kendall Stevenson Quimby Heads the dress revue committee and mrs. Howard Anderson Aurelia is style show chairman. Mrs. C. E. Williams is entry chairman mrs. Walter Anderson will serve As clerk for the judges. Mrs. Harold Johnston Cleg Horn is chairman of recording i s. Robert Reilly the rib boning and mrs. Leo Heinen checkout. Mrs. John c. Peterson is chair Man of the building clean up before and mrs. Vernon Skaggs the building clean up after. Each Home economic club girls is to appoint six member and a Leader As hostess to serve at assigned times to Aid the visitor who needs information. Freshman orientation Wayne some of the freshmen planning to enter Wayne state College this fall took an Advance look at the College recently. About 150 of them most of them with parents attended one of the five freshman orientation programs which the College offers. Orientation is intended to give newcomers a closer look at College life to see the Campus meet some faculty and students ask questions and finally to enrol for fall classes. As in the past the visitors asked All sorts of questions and got answers for most of them in informal Small group discus a ions. The incoming freshmen met with student Senate member while the parents met with Dean of students Donald Merri Man and associate Dean Vivienne Brady. Attending from this area Randall j. Schulth son of or. And mrs. Clarence Schulth Paullina Jeanette l. Keck daughter of or. And mrs. B. Gene Heck Washta. Also Linda a. Tharpe daughter of or. And mrs. Elmer Tharpe and Marsha Hansen daughter of or. And mrs. Lowell Hansen Cherokee. From Pierson Nancy Jenness daughter of or. And mrs. Erwin Jenness. From Holstein Michael Croxell son of or. And mrs. Robert Croxell of that City. Margaret Maffia to attend Luth. Mission league mrs. Margaret Maffin. 426 e. Cedar will leave july 19 for Houston Texas to attend the 261 h convention of the lutheran women a missionary league. She will be representing the Cherokee zone of the lutheran Church Missouri Synod and upon her return will make tier Delegate s report to congregations in the surrounding area. The Liml is an auxiliary organization of the lutheran Church Missouri Synod with 207jfoo member in the u. S. And Canada. Missionary methods in the space age will be the concern of Over 2,000 women at the Houston convention. In addition to local service projects the women contribute a million dollars in each Benium for International and District projects. Some of the recently completed efforts included funds for building of churches in Venezuela a nurses Home in Embur India a Chapel at Kenai Alaska surgical instruments for medical missions a Chapel at Hanno. Japan a gift to Gallaudet College for the deaf in Washington. D. C. And Chapel residences in Tijuana and Mexicali Mexico. Quot summer Beauty Quot a arrangements using weathered Wood and or rocks some fresh material. A collection of five different Garden Flowers named in erne Container. Animals made with Garden vegetable s. Prizes of $1.25,75 and 50 cents will be awarded first second and third places in the senior division. Cash prizes of 50, 35 and 25 cents will be awarded first second and third places in the Junior division. Junior exhibitors Are not limited to the Junior division. They May enter in any class subject to Flower show rules. For a More Complete detailing of rules and suggestions obtain a fair Book. Erection of a new worship Center for Tho first Brick Vontor colonial Type Structure Covert the existing base Baptist Church Cherokee in now underway. The 30 by 70 foot ment Cost it estimated at $30,000 to $40,000. Organ Latina and other related americanism projects earned the Honor for the group. Harold nation americanism chairman for the poet commander Hal Scott and mrs. Harold nation. Americanism chairman and president of the auxiliary for Post no. 2253 happily shared their experiences with the organization at a joint meeting monday evening. A courier photo appoint or. J. T. May Mhz Hospital head announcement of the appointment of j. T. May. M.d., As superintendent of the Cherokee mental health Institute effective sept. I 1969, has been made by Maurice a. Harmon commissioner of the state department of social services. His salary will be $30,000 per year. Harmon said Quot we Are pleased to have or. May returning to Iowa. He served on the staff of the Cherokee institution for almost nine years As clinical director of in patient services and is highly regarded in professional after leaving Cherokee in 1967. He became director of the Community mental health clinic at Auburn Alabama for one year. Since then he has been associate professor of psychiatry state University of new York at Buffalo and chief of psychiatry state University of new York at Buffalo and chief of psychiatry and neurology services veterans administration Hospital Buffalo n. Y. Or. May was born in Roland. Arkansas in 1922, an graduated from the University of Arkansas school of Medicine in 1944. He served his internship and residence in internal Medicine at Arkansas Baptist Hospital. Little Rock. Arkansas. He served two years in the . Army As a physician. After his return he entered private medical practice in Arkansas before going into residency in psychiatry at the veterans administration Hospital North Little Rock. Arkansas. He remained on the staff there until january 1958 when he became clinical director for in patient services at Cherokee. He remained there until june 1967, except for a period of nine months in 1961-62 when he was director of psychiatric education at the veterans administration Hospital in Gulfport. Miss. Or. May a professional associations include certified by american Board of psychiatry in 1955, fellow of the american psychiatric Assoc Ator member of the american medical association member of the Western new York Branch of the american psychiatric association and past president of Hie Iowa District Branch of the american psychiatric association. He is licensed to practice Medicine in Arkansas Iowa Alabama and new York. Entries one for Sioux land beef Market program entries for the Sioux land beef marketing program Are due in the Cherokee county Extension office on july 16, reminds Chester Benson Extension 4-h and youth Leader. The event will be held on july 24 and 26 at the Sioux City stockyards. Any 4-h or Fra member enrolled in the advanced cattle feeding project or formerly known As the Junior cattle feeding project is eligible to Market cattle through this program. The event will be open to the Public. Each 4-h or Fra member will select three head of cattle from his project for live evaluation and one head for carcass results. The cattle will be evaluated for us a yield Grade and Quality Grade alive at 8 . On july 24. Market incentives will be paid in both the live basis and carcass divisions. After live evaluation All Cattie except each member s carcass individual will be sold by Market salesmen at the Central Market. An educational program on Cutah Mility and a live animal evaluation contest will be held at 1p.m. On july 24. Carcasses will be viewed at i Pun. On july 26 with Extension meats specialists and us a meat graders discussing the results. All interested adults As Well As 4-h and Fra members Are encouraged to attend. Federalist to speak Here the Cherokee chapter of the United nations association will meet at 8 . Thursday in the Community Center to hear or. Ray Short Midwest president of the world federalists speak on strengthened United or. Short is chairman of the department of sociology anthropology at Wisconsin state University. He has been Active in world federalists for Many years and has served As a full time Volunteer for the United world federalists for several years. Short is also a member of the peace and world order division by Christian social concerns Board of the new Iowa conference of the United methodist Church. He has served As pastor in several methodist churches in the past years. The Public is invited to attend the meeting. On Friday morning Short plans to present on behalf of the federalists the Clark Sohn Book Quot world peace through world Law a to the Cherokee Public Library. At 7 30 pm. Friday he will meet with federalists of this Region at the Home of mrs. Howard l. Russell. Those interested in world federalists Are invited. Vow Post no. 2253, Cherokee was the recipient of first place in the state for 100 percent membership for the fifth division at the recent state convention. Sharing the honors were membership chairmen or. Vice Comman Der Harold nation and comander hat Scott. This was the first time the Cherokee Post had been awarded this plaque and the first time for the group to earn the americanism award. It was a proud moment for the Cherokee vow Post and auxiliary when they were jointly presented the second place state award in patriotic americanism at the state convention in Waterloo judged nationally. The organizations service to the Community during flood and other disasters their support of youth activities aiding the was band among others scholarships presentation of flags to various

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