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Cherokee Courier (Newspaper) - March 27, 1969, Cherokee, Iowa Something to interest every member of the family the Cherokee courier published daily except sunday monday tuesday. Wednesday Friday a saturday volume 33 official City paper a Washta Quimby and Cherokee Cherokee. Iowa. Thursday March 27. 1949 official county Raper plan Community Good Friday services judge a. E. Nelson Ano James Clark court reporter and mrs. Archie Nelson who is retiring from his duties As 1tth were honoured tuesday at a Coffee held in their Home away from judicial District judge. Right or. And mrs. James Clark. Clark Home in the courtroom at the Cherokee county courthouse. Will move to Sioux City to become court reporter there. With their wives they were feted with specially decorated cakes courier photo and Best wishes of county officers and employees. At left judge journalism workshop for the writers workshop to be held at caravan country Kitchen on april 19 will be conducted by j. Alan Cramer Well known in newspaper circles in three states. Event is the Cherokee writer s contribution to the third annual arts class for writers workshop judge Nelson Jim Clark honoured an informal morning Coffee was Given by the Dainty courthouse officers and employees on March 25. Honouring judge Archie Nelson on his retirement and James Clark who is leaving Cherokee to accept a court Rex Garter a it sit Ion with judge Mccormick in Sioux City. Judge Nelson an attorney Here Ainee 1933. Served As county attorney from 1935-47 und to came judge of judicial District court of Iowa in 1960. He received his a Law degree. University of Iowa 1917. Clark court reporter the i in St 31 years for the late judge Hodman and judge Nelson will the Calendar of events for Cherokee s third annual festival Are Well underway according to or. Don Koser chairman of festival committee. For those who wish to get an Early Start on the line up of events Here is the list of activities beginning april 19 and continuing through May 18. April 19 a writers workshop sponsored by Cherokee writers club will be held at the country Kitchen 9 . To 4 . Registration fee and luncheon $7.50. Experts in the Fields of fiction poetry non fiction. Journalism and photography will conduct workshops throughout the Day. Guest speaker will be Kirk Polking editor of writers digest. April 19 May 18 paintings by David West director of Sioux City Art Center will be on display at the Community Center. April 26 the 10th anniversary of the Sanford museum association will be observed at the annual dinner meeting at the Sheffield Mote at 6 30 . W. D. Frankforter former director of Sanford museum now director of the grand rapids pub Lim museum will he guest speaker. Reservations Are necessary $3.60 per plate. This meeting is open to the Public. April 26-29 Cherokee Community theater will present Leslie Stevens a the marriage go round Quot at the Community Center 8 . April 28 a May 4 Northwest Iowa artists will display their work in the store windows on main Street during the Street Art fair sponsored by the Cherie a move to Sioux City to serve with judge Mccormick. A table Centrepiece of yellow munis and Orange was placed on the in tin serving table. Complimenting tablecloths and napkins were used Coffee and cakes especially decorated for each honoree were served. The uss Archie Rake featured Nelsons favorite retirement activity fishing. He will however lie associated in practice with jew Nelson. Mrs. Archie r. Nelson and mrs. James Clark were present to enjoy the Courtesy with their husbands. Also attending were the Board of supervisors and Cherokee attorneys j. D Lough i in j. F. Loughlin. Do enl Martin. Joe Nelson. David Sayre. Jack Cook James Mcdonald Justus Miller Marvin hankers and Harlan Moon. Mrs. Erma Smith sorted As hostess. Okee area artists. May 3 a Quot the happening Quot will occur at Sanford museum from to . To 4 . Sponsored by Cherokee area artists professional artists will demonstrate work in their varied Fields including painting sculpture ceramics jewelry making Glass painting and others while having a cup of Coffee visitors car. See the artists at work and have the Opportunity to Purchase items. May 3 a highlighting Tho festival a concert by Charles Treger International known violinist will be presented so it a sorted by the Cherokee symphony orchestra. Concert time 8 . At the Community Center. Admission $3.00, May 18 Cherokee symphony orchestra will present a concert at 8 . At Tho Community Center. Seven Young musicians from Northwest Iowa will in featured presenting solos accompanied by the orchestra. Adult charge. Prior to the opening of the festival and continuing through May 3, the Sanford museum is honoured to present Quot banners and drawings Quot by Norman Lali Berto. Beginning april 3 the Public is invite d to View the exhibit of this talented Canadian american artist. When design consultant to the Vatican Pavilion at the new York worlds fail Laliberte created banners for this Pavilion. Other commissions include the Container corp. Of America series Quot great ideas of Western Man Quot the Pepsi cola and lbs buildings in new York City and the National att Center in Ottawa. Canada.4-h leaders honoured Cherokee county 4-h leaders were honoured thursday evening by county farm Bureau who annually sponsors a banquet to which All leaders Are invited As a Quot thank you Quot for their dedicated service to our youth. Jot Dessel president of Cherokee county farm a Imus pred it sided welcomed the guests and made the introductions Gold pins for ten year of service to 4-h were awarded Roll it and John Lichen both of Cherokee also m s. Howard Anderson Aurelia. Five year Silver pins went to mrs. Loren Stowater mrs. Donald Steffen Marcus mrs. Bob Reilly mrs. Louise Pfaff mrs Walter Anderson All of Aurelia mrs. Ronald Pigott. Mrs. Jared Zarr mrs. Larry Khirich All of Cherokee and i it can Simonson. Quimby. Booth Wallentine Dill. Ltd a radio and television ser services for Iowa farm Bureau federation speaker of Quot a the evening praised the leaders for their great role in service to youth. Quot we must teach our Young people that americans greatness lies in its people Quot to said Quot and if we expect greatness from our youth they will become he told the Lead an International farm youth Exchange Delegate Keith j. Westercamp Oskaloosa will in featured speaker at the 4-h Day banquet on april 17 at Sheffield hotel. The banquet will Climax an afternoon of activities for the 4-ii members and his Host including i tour of the offices at the courthouse at beginning at 3 . , who sign ent three months in Japan living with six families in various sections of the country will illustrate his talk with slides taken during his stay there the if be. Mahaska county youth was Active in 4-h work for nine years attended Iowa state University. His Home is a 650 acre farm near Oskal Ltd it a. He is one of 113 Young men and women from Iowa who have participated in the Fye program which is sponsored by University cooperative service the National 4-11 club foundation the Federal Extension service if the United states deportment of agriculture and the land Grant universities. Fye is a two Way Exchange our Young people to become a ii common people As a Leader of youth. Wallen to said it is in it or tent that we examine our found atoms it is Mijie Ratier that we and they know the difference Between a Republic and an anarchy that we be conversant with the Republic form of government and its posed this question. Quot can we convince them the Liest Way to accomplish what we want is by keeping our Rej Niblic Strong a mrs. Boh Denson Aurelia representing the Dainty commit tee gave the response and thanked the farm Bureau for its cooperation and for this annual tribute to 4-h lenders. Forrest Kohrt Extension director and Chester Benson 4-h and youth director assisted in presenting the awards. Hospitalized Olaf Johnson. 324 s. Sioux Cherokee is a patient it St. Joseph s Hospital Sioux City mom 214 following major surgery. His condition s reported us satisfactory. Claude Young 215 e. Maple is now at Sioux Valley Hospital. Cherokee room 106 in convalescent care following surgery and hospitalization also at St. Josephus Hospital. Where selected farm youth from the United states go Tot live and work with farm families in other countries farm youths from co Ltd a pirating countries come Here to live and work with our farm families. The Exchange begun in 1948. Has now spread to nearly 70 countries in Africa. Asia Europe latin America the Pacific and the Middle East. The project is dedicated to the belief that understanding in the foundation of world peace. It gives farm youth an Opportunity to learn another Way of life by living it. to finance the program come from jct Al 4-h clubs and other interested groups. Attending the banquet St which Westerkamp is scheduled to s a a will he members of 4-h clubs who participate in the window display and their businessmen or women hosts. 4-h Days is an annual event sponsored by the agricultural Bureau of the chamber of the chamber of Gim Merce and the Extension service. All bureaus of the Chandler cooperate by acting As hosts and hostesses for the Young people. The Community goes Friday services april 4 will Nee again offer worshippers the to to participate in an extraordinarily meaningful worship in vice the Community Good Friday service will to observed at the memorial presbyterian Church from 9 toll a in. The seven last words from the Cross Quot father forgive them for they know not what they do verily i say unto thee. Today Shalt thou be with me in Paradise woman behold thy son in Boul thy Mother my god. My god. Why Hast thou forsaken mrs i thirst it is finished father into thy hands i com no and my spirit Quot is the theme for the service to which All Jer sons Are Welcome. The service As Usu ii will begin with a Short pre i ii in while folks Are invited to ii tend the full two hours service lie form of worship has in Iti divided into 15 minute segments and those who wish May come my go during singing of hymns lie tween sections. Special music will add Melicite to the worship service. This annual Community service or worship is sponsored by the Cherokee county ministerial association. Participating ministers include the following Rev. Walter , Bethlehem i a Dimin Church speaking on the first word Quot forgiveness Quot. Rev. Harold Sie Biff Cleghorn and it. Pleasant presbyterian churches second word a a Pardon Rev. Law Ster Smith. First Baptist Quot dive Quot Rev. Robert Alexander. Protestant chaplain at mental health Institute on Quot loneliness Quot or v. V Schuldt will she a a on Quot human need the fifth word. Sixth word a Triumph Quot Rev. Jack Speers United methodist Aurelia Rev. E. A. Goal inn will have to if concluding segment on Art work for the season to add even More meaning to this act of worship Reginal artists who have paintings or sculpture or other works of Art that have meaning to the season Are invited to bring hem to Sanford museum by tuesday. April i. From there a selection will lie made for display at the Piesh Terlan Church from thursday through easter. Those in attendance at the Good Friday service ran View them at this time. Tile display can be seen Day time from Maundy thursday through easter. The Robert o Hodgell series it it of prints is the passion will form the nucleus of this easter costume Parade the Aurelia commercial club Sjo on Suring an easter costume Parade for children of the Community it has been announced tile Jim Rad will lie held saturday afternoon april 4. Beginning at 2 30 children up to Junior High age Are eligible to enter try contest Kny costume will he accepted and Ikiyo and girls Are urged to join the fun by preparing us colourful and novel an outfit As possible. The Parade will in led by an faster Bunny whose name will by revealed it the time of the Parade. Prizes will lie awarded at the conclusion of the Parade in following divisions i grand prize la the boys and Gills. $5.00. 2. Most original costume both boys and girls $3.00 3. Rest easter in Ermet. Girls. $3,00 and Best easter hat i Xis easter Candy will in distributed to All children at the conclusion of the Parade. In Case of inclement weather the Community Canter will he used and the children will Parade across the Stag. Those who wish to enter should be on Aurelia main Street in front at 2 saturday april 5 so they can lie directed to their place in the Parade. The Parade will in led by an by the commercial Spring pops concert the program for the Spring pops concert to be presented by the Washington High school band has been Sot the Date is tuesday. April i at 8 in the Washington auditorium. Admission 1ms teen set at 50r for adults and 25c for students with Ila activity tickets for Junior High and senior High being Good for admission also there is to in free Coffee and Kool aids for All attending there will is cookies and Brown in s on Sale for those who want refreshments to tue to the fact that the use of Rani tables for sealing at the concert was so pox Ilner last year. These tables will lie set up a it Nin this a year however anyone who wishes to have a table for four reserved May do so by in Ling 225-2541 and making the reservation with Boh Stephen sen or by sending a letter to him at Washington High school. Reservations must in made by 5 pm March 31. Tile program will feature the following music strike up the band by George Gershwin Slaughter on tenth Avenue by Richard Rodgers tile he it goes on by the time i get to Phoenix tile sound of silence Scarborough fair biotin in the wind do you know Hie Way to san Jose gentle on my mind mrs Robinson Goin out of my head King kit eng and a Novelty Lawrence milk plays Guy Lumbago. The Washington High stage band will Day Harper Valley misty Witch doctor and the birth of the blues for an evening of fun Musk Anil laughter join the hand on april fools night and remember to make Preservati Ais Early. Christ Church youth Bally the first Church of Christ will in having the re in sunday youth bully Tor All of the youth of the churches Ltd of Christ in Northwest Iowa a so club pm Gram has been planned with or Roy Weeke earn plies Mintier for the University of mils in in Columbia Toas guest Sim Aker the messengers quartet from Minnesota Bible col he of Mineji mgt Lis Minn will lie in charge of tin music. Mike Johnston of Rural Washta is one of the members of the quartet the Public is invited to Rome and share in this Sam Ciul program. Rummage Sale at Washta me Fodist the Faith Circle of the Washta United methodist Church will sponsored a rummage Sale Hake Sale and lunch at noon on saturday March 29. Shirting at 9 of Coffee and homemade Rolls will or served All morning it will he held in the Fellowship Hall of the Church j. Alan Cramer past a Resl Dent of Nebraska press advertising service one of tile Young a St to Ever haul this organization will conduct the journalism workshop for writers workshop to tie held at the Gainly Kitchen on april 19. Publishers of Wayne neb. Herald he is involved in the ownership of Denison bulletin and review i Benison la. A Zwirn Herald and press trl Kiaie and of Neill Frontier Nebraska in Anil Detroit Xikes record Ami Tribune and red River scene Moo had i Edh in Minnesota. He is also the Quot a Quot in the c and la broadcasting co. Owners of Che. The journalism workshop will in in Good hands under cram crts mileage. He has won four general excelling awards by Nebraska press ass Ichi Tion and was recipient of National awards by Nathnial newspaper association for Best advertising idea Newson or promotion find general excellence he has also received several Ksar Ben awards for Community service and service to agriculture. Member Ami vice president of Board of trustees of state colleges. The ii had which governs the Nebraska state College he is also president of Bourd of governors of Northwest tech new urea vocations i Tec Wicai school being established in Norfolk. Neb. He is also director of Nebraske press association. He attended both Nebraska University und University of Iowa lie was originally from Rockwell City area where his father vans involved in ownership of several newspapers in that Vicinity. Sunrise service for commander crusade commander no. 39 if Cherokee will conduct a Sun i tse service easter sunday at 6 30 . Til masonic Temple. The Rev. A. E. Gold torn. Eminent grand prelate of the grand commander of the state a a i Iowa will bring the message. All of the Mastony indies Eastern Star and Rainbow Assembly with their families Are cordially invited to attend or Manly Abraham son eminent commander is in charge of the service immediately billowing the ser ii is. Breakfast will in served Iii the dining room the Public is cordially invited to intend. Guild to meet there will in a general meeting of the i Didies Guild of the Cherokee symphony orchestra association on monday March 31, 9 30 . At the Home of mrs. William Blyth. All members Are urged to attend. Eagle scout honors to 3 Bruce Mcdonald ton of or. And mrs. Jim Mcdonald Larry Graves son of or. And mrs. Dick Graves and Dan Hester son of or. And mrs. Barney Hester troop 107 received Eagle scout honors at ceremonies held at St. Paul a United meth Odist Church Rev. Walter Lack gave the address entitled Quot measure of scouting Quot. Awards were presented by Jim Keeline scoutmaster for the past six years 100 persons attended. Festival Calendar irs it was their privilege to Lead Fye visitor to Japan 4-h banquet speaker

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