La Crosse Tribune Newspaper Archives May 11 1971, Page 9

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La Crosse Tribune (Newspaper) - May 11, 1971, La Crosse, Wisconsin The Mindoro Cut a this Cut. Located at the highest Point on state Highway 108 Between Mindoro and West Salem is 74 feet deep and 25 feet wide. It was hand Hen out of hard Rock in 1907-08. Ail work was completed with Only horse drawn equipment and hand tools. As far As known it is the second largest hand Hen Cut in the nation. M a amp it delivered red 5/12.i la Crosse Tribune tuesday May 11, 1971 9 Highway dept. Advises leave interstate see country first May 17 1 judge Pappas sets trails in 6 cases jury monday june 21. The car was recovered in Michigan. No Date has been set for the Case against Ronald c. Olson of la Crosse charged on a count of Battery causing bodily harm to Kenneth Pfaff of Sparta nov. 8, 1970, and a second count of forcibly stealing four guns from Pfaff. 4-h club project Long unmarked except for the Highway department s simple identification the Mindoro Cut has finally got the recognition it deserves thanks to the Mindoro 4-h club. Numerous other a sign makers a however have left their Mark on the Walls of the Rock in the photo. Cashton Road Job Cost set at $282,000 Cashton wis. The division of highways of the Wisconsin department of transportation May change the relocation of Highway 33 through Cashton. The project proposed for completion in 1973, is to Cost about $282,000, the villages share set at $40,000, which the Cashton Village Board has approved. It is expected that no Public hearing will be held in Advance of construction. In the official notice the division noted that the Public Good would Best be served by the proposed relocation of the Highway. The proposal would route Highway 33 Over South Avenue Between Ontario Avenue Broadway and front streets Between Broadway and South. The addition of South Avenue to the state trunk Highway system would become effective immediately but the removal of Ontario Broadway and front would not take place until the Highway 27 corridor relocation project is completed and open to travel. Plans have been under Way for some time but it is still unknown How much land will be needed or the number of Trees lost in the project. Additional information is expected to be available in the next few months. State Highway officials Hope to Complete both the Highway 33 relocation and Highway 27 corridor change the same year. Angelo pastor to leave in june for coast Angelo wis. Rev. John Eumurian who came to the area 21 years ago and established the Community Church in Angelo is leaving in june for the san Francisco calif., area. A Prev. John a As he is known is Best known for his work with the youth of the Angelo area and in his congregation. He will receive his masters degree from la Crosse state University june 5. His wife Adeline is a teacher in the Lakeview elementary school his daughter Jane is a High school teacher in Menomonie and a son Dan is a Sophomore at la Crosse state. The family has sold their Home to or. And mrs. Glen Jenkins who in turn sold their pleasant Valley farm near Leon to Eugene Steinhoff. Sparta wis. A circuit judge Peter Pappas has set trial dates for six cases on the criminal Calendar for the May term of circuit court which will run continuously until the opening of the september term. Dist. Atty. Ralph Osborne or. Will prosecute All criminal issues. The first jury Case is set for 3 30 . Monday May 17, that of Harley Nicks of Warrens. He is charged with burglar izing the Ernie Wilson trailer Home in the town of Byron july 6, 1970, and stealing household items. Two companion cases Are set at 9 . Thursday May 20, involving burglary charges to be heard by judge Pappas without a jury. The defendants Are de Witt d. Olson 18, and Paul n. Foellmi 18, both of Sparta. They Are accused of breaking and entering the Dodge and Davis store and the Jones laundry Village in Sparta in december 1970. The Case against Elmer Haas Clifton tavern operator on charges of receiving stolen goods is slated tuesday May 25, before a jury. He is accused of receiving office machines and other articles taken in burglaries of the Norwalk and Weston schools in november 1970 and a snowmobile stolen from Bernard Kotten of Norwalk dec. 16. 1970. Jerry Frye of Ontario has pleaded guilty to the burglaries and testified that the stolen goods were turned Over to Haas. Set at 9 . Wednesday May 26, in the jury trial of Larry Winson 21, of r. 4, Sparta charged with burglary of the Sil Verdale night club in the town of Angelo feb. 28, 1971. Gary t. Hanson a former patient at the Tomah veterans Hospital charged with taking a car without the owners consent will face judge Pappas and a Caledonia High sets vocal concert Caledonia. Minn. The Caledonia High school Spring vocal concert will be held at 8 . Thursday May 13, in the High school gymnasium. Groups participating will include the seventh and eighth Grade chorus ninth Grade chorus senior High girls glee club and the senior High mixed chorus. They will be directed by David Ophus. It is open to the Public. The Wisconsin division of highways is advising tourists to get off the main highways whenever possible this summer. The reason for this unusual counsel is that the Rural interstate system was completed two years ago and As a result the primary roads received the Lions share of the 1970 construction budget. Park roads Scenic highways and Wayside Are in unusually Fine condition the division said. In the annual reports on summer Highway conditions District Highway engineers across the state recommended As vacation routes a number of highways which were motoring nightmares before completion of the interstate. . 12, for example is the route recommended by l. G. Schneider District Engineer at la Crosse As a vacation alternate to 1-94 in the Tomah Black River Falls area. Schneider said considerable development has been done in the Black River state Forest and a route marked the Waznee Trail leads through Forest lands abundant with wildlife and nearly untouched wilderness scenery. From Hatfield along the Waznee Trail Schneider recommends a return trip to Black River Falls via Millston. The route is Only 27 Miles longer than the direct interstate route but Schneider said a campers and scenery buffs could spend Days in the the interstate has been a Boon to vacationers for two reasons. It provides fast convenient Access to vacation areas and also hunger March brings $3,400 Waukon Iowa Wau Kon and Decorah youths and a few adults staged a a hunger March sunday. Each group started from their own City and met Halfway for a rally then returned Home making a round trip of 24 Miles. They earned approximately $3,400, donations by sponsors which will go to opera Tion breadbasket the Young Farmers Institute in India and the american Freedom from hunger fund. Waukon started with 154 participants 66 finishing and Decorah had 90 starting with 60 in the finish. Most of the dropouts were at the half Way Point. Has absorbed the bulk of High Speed Lon distance travel. This leaves the non inter state highways for sightseeing. A number of highways such As . 12, 14 and 16, Are now prime vacation routes with abundant Roadside facilities. The communities along the Way have discovered a new Way of life now that truck traffic is no longer routed through their main streets. District engineers listed some 70 individual improvements on the primary non interstate system which will make vacationing in Wisconsin safer easier and More enjoyable. Included in the list Are four City bypasses five Wayside information areas and Scenic overlooks developed last year plus major improvements in Park roads and Access in 16 areas. In addition new campgrounds parking lots swimming beaches and boat ramps have been constructed in a number of state Parks and Scenic easements have been negotiated in several new areas to protect the scenery along the highways. A District by District summary of improvements which will be of interest to vacationers includes several new Park roads have been constructed in Wyalusing state Park South of Prairie Duchien and 88 campsites were added at the twin Valley Lake campgrounds in gov. Dodge state Park near Dodgeville. G. T. Landsness District Engineer at Madison said bypasses have been opened to traffic around Monroe and Sun Prairie and . 51 Between Poynette and Portage has been widened and resurfaced to offer an attractive alternate route paralleling the interstate leading to the dells area. Motorists along . 71 will appreciate the resurfacing Between Wilton and Kendall but the main attraction is that the Highway provides several Access Points where bicycle enthusiasts May enjoy the Bike Trail on the abandoned Railroad right of Way Between Sparta and Elroy. Hikers too May enjoy the Scenic and historic Trail which laces through two tunnels still Black from smoke in the steam engine heyday. A new Scenic Overlook of the City of Sparta Complete with restrooms drinking water and picnic tables was completed last year on St 27 just South of the 1-90 interchange. And farther South near Westby an artificial Lake is filling behind a new dam on the West Fork of the Kickapoo River. Fishing is Good natives claim. Interstate travellers May enjoy an interlude from their travels at the new Highway Beauty award winning swimming Beach and picnic area at Millston. The recreation area was formerly a borrow pit where materials were excavated for 1-94. Nearby is Castle Rock state Park where campsites Are available. . 12, 14 and 16 All offer alternatives to the interstate now since most truck traffic has been diverted. . 14 was widened and resurfaced Between Boaz and reads town. Classes offered of . 18 Decorah Iowa museum to expand Folk arts the Smyrna Fig depends upon the Fig Wasp for Cross pollination. Julianne Pavlicin Arcadia girl wins Merit scholarship Arcadia wis. A Julianne Pavlicin r. 1, , wis., has been awarded a readers digest Merit scholarship announces the National Merit scholarship corp. She joins More than 3.000 win a e r s nationwide who were named in april and May. Valedictorian of the 1971 graduating class at Arcadia High school Julianne plans to major in International studies at macalester College. Her four year scholarship will provide Between $300 and $2,000 per year $1,200 to $8,000 Over four years depending on her need. Julianne has been a member of the forensic league team and was a state Winner in forensic Competition and has also received awards in history biology chemistry and math As Well As the homemaker of tomorrow award. As a senior she is co editor of the Arcadia High school yearbook and is a member of the student service club. She was selected from among of maoists in the Merit program qualifying for the awards sponsored by the Dewitt Wallace fund. Inc. A a a dist. Increases insurance Elroy wis. The Elroy Kendall Wilton Board of education has approved increasing insurance on the districts property from $1.6 million to $3.2 million plus builders risk insurance on the new Middle school now being built at a Cost of $447,900. The coverage is carried with the state insurance fund. New teacher contracts approved included Linda Brinkman of Madison a graduate of Whitewater state University to teach second Grade at Kendall and Robert Martin of Aurora,1 111., a graduate of Stout state University Industrial arts at Royall. Mrs. Paul Babbitt was hired to replace the late mrs. Vera Manley As a Cooke a Helper. The Zenner furniture store of Elroy was awarded a contract for 125 Square Yards of carpeting for the Library in Wilton at a Price installed of $806. The Board agreed to continue its program of transporting 11 Royall students to special education classes in Mauston under a cooperative educational service Agency Cesa program in Junior and senior High schools. The Board expressed the Hope that the a a a District could operate its own special education classes in 1972-73. Ames. Iowa a Iowa state Highway commission preliminary Survey parties will soon be gathering information necessary for improvement of . 18 from West Union East and Northeast to Postville a distance of 16.3 Miles. Decorah Iowa during the regular violin. The classes Are being offered betwrwest0181? the 1971 summer season the the dancers include his wife to help retain vitality and High vile favored location and new norwegian american museum Anco Anders a Markrud. Both of Quality in the crafts and Folk construction few r s 18 in fax. In Decorah is bringing the Best a whom were with the group music of the norwegian Ameri Pup county of Norway s craftsmen and my which won first prize at the in cans. Anyone however is Wel to make comparative Cost is. Simians to Decorah for work ter National Folk festival in come to participate. For further shops. Wales last year. Information those interested its earlier workshops conduct sir isl Aimar Niri who is May Contact the norwegian american museum a Markrud who is de by artists from Norway have also a Folk dancer of in Erna been almost exclusively in the tonal reputation will teach the Iowa area of Rose Maling a style of workshop in norwegian Embro norwegian decorative painting Diery it will include roses a Crawford county Ariev in Nyrl ii y rapidly gaining popularity in norwegian Type of crewel work i America. This year the museum As Wenj As drawn work and other is adding woodcarving embroil traditional eries. Dery fiddling and Folk dancing. The teacher in woodcarving will be Ole Rismo of a Jaak ii a i non Gudbrand Dalen who is one of a the most accomplished Carvers of acanthus scroll work in nor Geometric embroil timotes Between two entirely different concepts of improvement it is necessary to make a retrace Survey along the present alignment of . 18. The proposed construction would consist of 31 foot wide pavement with 10 foot wide shoulders within the corporate in Way. This is a style of decorative woodcarving for which Gud brands Dalen has been famous since the 18th Century. The carving workshops will be held the last week of july and the first two weeks of August. Workshops ii. Rose Maling will be taught simultaneously with those in carving by Bergljot l u n d a teacher at the Craft school in Sand by Fyke Norway. Each workshop is one week in length beginning monday morning and ending saturday noon. The workshops in embroidery fiddling and Folk dancing will be held the last week of july. The fiddler is Torleiv Bolstad from Valdres who has for several years won Norway a highest award in hard anger fiddle playing at the National competitions. He will instruct experienced fiddlers on either he hard anger or Sparta and associates of Sparta has received a contract from the air Force for 1.5 Miles of 12-foot-wide carpeting. No the carpeting will not be used to cover a runway but to cover rooms in air Force Barracks at a base in Michigan. The carpeting was ordered As a part of the military program to make service in the armed forces More attractive in prepare to i o n for an All Volunteer army. Delivery is to be made by june 15, according to Harry Quandahl manager of the firm. The sections will be Cut bonded and Serged in the new warehouse space in the recently acquired h. J. Heinz co. Plant. Gets Road funds Gays Mills wis. The i limits of West Union Clermont vision of highways mailed and Postville and 24 foot wide checks in april totalling $28. Pavement with 10-foot shoulders 053.860 to counties cities Vil in Rural sections Lages and towns in Wisconsin for it is estimated that approx supplementary Highway aids. Mately 70 per cent of the pre the distribution is pre pay sent pavement would be used ment of 1971 Aid for improve widened and resurfaced and a mint of roads and streets. Proximately 30 per cent would the balance will be paid after be new construction the close of the fiscal year additional right of Way would Crawford county received needed for the improvement. $62,325, plus $163,465, As follows the first Survey party work Prairie Duchien $30,986 Bell ing in the area will be gathering Center a $8,660 de Soto a $1, information necessary to deter-305 Eastman a $4,502 ferry mine the design of the project Vine a $1,430 Gays Mills a after the first part of the design $6,560 Lynxville a $2,753 is completed soils exploration mount Sterling a $1,079 sol parties will work to determine Diers Grove a $6,778 Steuben the soils types to Aid in the de a $6,142 w Wauzeka a $3,171 sign of pavement and Earth and 11 towns a $90,094. Work. Expressions origin admitted most states the term a True Blue a t o six states were admitted to mean dependable or faithful the Union during the adminis goes Back to a Superior Quality traction of president Benjamin of Blue Dye manufactured in the Harrison the largest number Middle Ages in Coventry eng admitted under any president land. Unlike other Blue dyes the states were North Dakota this one did not fade or run so South Dakota Montana and housewives began calling it Washington in 1889 Idaho and a True blues Dye. Wyoming in 1890. A to Mark Hospital Day Tomah wis. A the Tomah veterans administration Hospital will observe Hospital Day sunday May 16, with a program which will include exhibits guided Tours and refreshments. The program will give those interested a first hand Opportunity to observe the growing role of the Hospital As a Community health Center. Westby ready for Sytten de Mai Westby wis. A Westby will hold its annual Sytten de Mai May 17 Celebration thursday through sunday May-13 to 16, to Mark Norway a Independence Day. A troll Hunt will kick off the festival at 10 . Thursday May 13, and the Winner will receive a $50 prize. In the evening a Princess contest and Coronation will be held during a banquet in the High school cafeteria beginning at 7 30 . On Friday May 14, a smorgasbord will be held at 6 . In the cafeteria and Square dancing will follow at 8 . At the school. The schedule for saturday includes a lease contest at 9 30 . In the Vernon electric building and a Kite flying contest at 11 on the athletic Field. A costume Parade at 1 30 will be followed by a kiddie Parade at 2 . There will be a puppet show at our Savior a Church Parish Hall. Other saturday events include a norwegian language movie at 3 ., the Decorah Iowa. Nordic fest dancers performing on first Street and a High school choral concert at 8 . In the school auditorium. Dances starting at 9 . Will be held at the american legion and Rod and gun club Halls. A teen dance starting at 10 ., featuring the Blue illusions will be at the High school. Sunday May 16, will be marked by services in All churches with a special norwegian language service at 10 45 . I the Westby Coon Prairie Church. Starting at noon meals will be served at churches restaurants stands and clubs featuring norwegian foods. The Sparta City band will give a concert at 12 30 . On the Lawn of our Savior a Church. The big Sytten de Mai Parade will Start at 2 . The nordic fest dancers and the la Crosse Cava Lettes will entertain after the Parade. At 3 . A norwegian movie will be shown at the theater. The arts and crafts show will be open All Day saturday and saturday evening and All Day sunday in the Junior High school gymnasium. Westby area schools will have an Art display All Day saturday and in the evening in the High school gymnasium. Sytten de Mai buttons Are on Sale at various outlets and by american legion auxiliary members. Judge Lincoln Neprud is general chairman of this years Celebration and Paul Mockrud is publicity director. Once More old engines run eleven fire trucks from out of the past chugged out of Prairie Duchien saturday noon in a 52-mile a a race through Crawford county. It was the first annual antique fire engine race and the entries came from Wisconsin and Iowa. Of tlv1 11 starters nine finished. One of the trucks dropped out Early in the race when it overheated trying to mount the mile Long Mondell Hill shown Here on Highway 27 just out of Prairie Duchien. Blair Dillman of Prairie Duchien provided an unscheduled bit of action when his late 1920s tinkers truck went out of control and off the r o a a Down a Bank crossed a fiend and then got Back on the Road a looking like an old key Stone kops silent move. Winner of the race was Jerry riness owner of the gallery in Prairie Duchien. Who finished the circuit in five hours. He drove a 1936 Ford and his winning time included a pit stops and

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