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DSJ Moinei Sunday Register July tl, 1969 Vf _Third N*ws Section * ' CHURCH FUNDS AID MISSION (Th« Rcolslcr'j Iowa News Service) FORT DODGE, IA. - In the summer of 1965, the Mission in the Valley was established, out of concern by an adult class of the Riverside Methodist church for the residents of an area of Fort Dodge called "the flats". The area is 15 blocks long and three blocks wide and is predominantly occupied by lower income families of which about one third are Negro. The Rev. Kcnnclh Fincran serves as pastor of .the mssion. The mission Is located in a cement block building which was formerly a warehouse. It has been refurbished to serve as a community center, a place worship and religious education, youth activities and other events. The mission is financed almost completely through gifts of the North Iowa Conference of the Methodist Church. Through the years the "mission" has offer its assistance to families through programs in such areas as sewing, cooking, adult education, literacy and Mitigwa Tint Week Th« Seventh week of camp- Ing tor the Tall Corn Area Council, Roy Scouts of America Inc., Mitigwa Scout Reserva- ton, Woodward will begin today* with the following troops. N*. Tewn ' Nevudii Perry Grana'r Coltax Baxter Newton Knoxvliw 15 De» MoinM II Dei MoinM 77 DM MelnM ?& DW AnOitlftS 3« DM MolnM 53 ' wimam c. Glen C CAROLYN COREY KENNETH PINERAN STEPHEN ROBINSON reading skills, employment training and similar areas. This summer the 'mission' has a program called "project shalom" as a result of a $4,008 budget made available through the United Methodist Church Fund for Reconciliation. The project involves as many high school and college age youths as possible. Three young adults have been selected to help lead "project shalom": Carolyn Corey of near Wapello. She is a graduate of Simpson College at Indianola with a double major in psychology and sociology. Stephen Robinson is a native, of Waterloo and is a student at Morningside College in Sioux City. He is majoring in business administration with a minor in history. Rob Anderson teaches journalism and English in the Fort Dodge Senior High School. M 90 503 ?OA J<4 341 L«rry Schmidt Curl Anatr.wn H E. H»rrl» Albert BU»l»r Don L«Wk» wllimm J. l.nneml Richard Maton Don Sannina Krt >*» Moin« >« Moinei 3f« Moinr* jtj Moine? >e» MoinM In MoinM DM Momr< . Frank Hall PlcharS Koch Chuck Knaop L»v»rrtD nancreM OicK Cl*rnfnl« Ron Buchanan Nnt> Palmer Kenneth Mmfiwn w. D Peterson ADVERTISEMENT tUNOAY HBOISTSU PHOTOS iY JACK BRINTON Among 2,500 Boys at Mitigwa This Summer Sound Aclvirr Three Ways To Lose hy I'nul Crout T am often nakcrl about tvTn>» nf henring los***. Simply The Tall Corn Boy Scout Council's Camp Mitigwa, located hear Woodward, will have had about 2,500 boys in attendance when the camping season ends next month. Working on a pioneering project are (from left) David Brandt, 14, of 8002 Warren dr.; Joe McNew, 12, of Nor walk; Charles Buboltz of Carbondale, 111., member of camp staff, and Mike Griffith, 14, of 141 Greenfield Parkway. At Mitigwa, these scouts take part In icoutcraft training—making tent slake*. From left are David Smith, II. of 4471 N.W. First St.; Paul Prneitt, II, of Woodward, a camp counselor; David FranJz, 12, «f MS Fifty-fifth place, and Philip Krichau, 12 of Pleasantville. The Tall Corn Council coven 14 central Iowa counties. I. finiHiif t i v t /".<* • - on irrt- pnirment in th* enrrlrum or . l> o n e * in thn ! ni i d (I 1« • K r. I Sounds «r« not ; roreiv«rl in th« ««r. How Iowa Women Have Turned A Yarn Hobby Into Money (Thi RMlsU'r'i Iowa Newt Service) GILMORE CITY, IA. - If you've ever shuddered at ihe sound of shattered glass when youngsters play ball indoors on a rainy day, you'll want to know about the hobby of Mrs. Harry Anderson of Gilmore City. Mrs. Anderson makes Swedish yarn balls. Although soft, they bounce and will fly quite a distance when struck with a bat. But if a child gets hit with one, he will not be injured. A ball won't break a window or smash a valuable vase no mat-! ter how hard it is thrown. Intrigued Mr. Gordon Jensen is superintendent of the Gilmore City school. When his father-in-law; died, one of the balls was i among his personal posses- i sions. Mr. Jensen was intrigued ! with it, wondered if they could be sold and how they were made. There was no pattern. Seemingly no one knew until Mrs. Anderson explained how anyone can make them. "My husband made this two- by-four frame about four-feet- long," she said. "It is marked off into eight equal lengths, There is a hole at each end and | an iron bolt to fit into each : hole. "1 take four-ounce skeins of (yarn, each of a different, bright ! color and stretch them from ,bolt to bolt. The board is marked off into equal parts and the yarn is tied off into eight i equal segments. Then I cut I them apart with a sharp butch- jer knife. That gives me eight 'ragged and j uneven balls. Trimmed by Hand "Kadi has to be trimmed hy hand. We tried horsr clippers ;and a jilliori other things but i we've found nothing better than , the familiar old scissors. "I do 96 and then Mr. Jensen picks them up and pays me. He has half-a-dozen other rough-looking! ladies in town making them, too. He supplies wholesalers and jobbers who irll to school supply houses. More and more schools are buying them for the lower grades and for kindergarten children. They?, retail for 11.29 each." Mrs. Anderson has many oth- \fr hobbies. After pictures were taken nf tb* most unusual, there were four flash rubes lefl on (he (able. "Don't apnlngi/e nr bother about them," she said. "A Bond hobbyist never throws anything away. I'll make two sets nf ear rings nut nf the four cubes " '2. fi#rr« iiM»-— th« most rnmmnn of th« r» au | Hire* in rau.wd hy asrinR, dinoaiw, dniRs, or ront.inuwl »xponur»i to loud noise*. Ncrv* rlenfneM Hi- vplops slowly and mnat, persons ar« unnwari of deterioration. .",. mired dfnfnf** a rnmbins.- limi nf hoth rondurtivB ami nerve dr<afnee*. W* fURCffit an ;mnu;il hr-jirinjf evaluation to l»n SUIT. Srn'l Inrlny for ynur free ropy nf inn- liniiklpt "The R Pander Sipn.i of a Hearing LP;.S," Write or Telephone: Hen Moine* Uvnrtng Aid Center. 1020 Pes Moines Rld(I., PPS Mnine-:. Iowa 50309. Phonn: Dow Chemist To Central Job (The Register's Iowa New> Service) PELLA, 1A. — The appointment of John J. Hoekstra as associate professor of chemistry at Central College has been announced by James Graham, dean of the college. Hoekstra received his B.S. degree from Calvin College in 1951 and his Ph.D. from Wayne State University in 1957. Previous to his appointment at Central, he worked as a r,e- search chemist at the Dow Chemical Company, Midland, Mich. He has published several articles in scientific journals and has patents on four solutions and procedures and an additional seven patents in process. Hoekstra is a member of the Electrochemical Society, Signja Xi, the American Chemical Society, and Phi Lambda Upsilon. Hoekstra, his wife, and their three children will be at home in Pella. Red Cross Elects At Iowa Falls ( I he Register's Iowa News Ssrvict) IOWA FALLS, I A. - New officers of the North Hardin County Chapter of the American Red Cross are Mrs. Ray Schooler of Iowa Falls, chairman; Roy Sail of Iowa Falls, first vice-chairman; Mrs. W. L. Cousin of Alden, Elmer Youn- ker of Ackley, Mrs. C. W. Reynolds of Buckeye, second vice- chairmen; Mrs. F. J. Kmgdon of Iowa Falls, secretary; Mrs. T K Lawler of Iowa Falls, treasurer. Mrs. Frank Welden of Iowa Falls is executive secretary of Ihe chapter and Mrs. Arthur Weslbury, assistant. City Hears Of Geyser In Bathroom (Tht Register'* Iowa News Service) WEST BURLINGTON, IA. Things sometimes go to pot; even in the best of regulated j cities, according to reports given! at the regular meeting of the city! council here. i Five minutes before closing ! time that day, so Barbara Lox, city clerk, reported, she received a call from a woman distraught because when )her automatic washer emptied, the water spurted up like a geyser from the bathroom toilet and flooded the room. The council also ordered pur- j chase of a master meter for the Hart Apartments, after! being told there was • constant problem there of maintenance. A hot water tank had been hooked up in on* apartment, and when the pop-off valve failed to pop off, the hot water 1 backed up ruining several meters. Scalding hot water appeared in toilets of the o t h e r apartments and vapor gave the bathrooms the appearance of a steam bath. Don Harting, owner, present-.; ly has a meter to each of the apartments. Pella Lectures On Communism (The Register'! Iowa News Sarvlet) • • PELLA, IA. - Donald Graat, j British historian and geographer, will present a series of i lectures in Pella Tuesday, July 29. ; At 9:20 a.m. he will address the Central College student body in the Recital Hall on the topic "Showdown" in which he discusses the question of Communism in Europe. The public is invited to attend. He will speak to the Pella Rotary Club at noon on "Nixon's Trip to Rumania." At 8 p.m. in the Recital Hall he will discuss "Tht Netherlands in Relation to tht European Economic Community." This address is also open to the public at no chargt. 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