Lawrence Baker - WPA
Election at Fayette At this usually peaceful tillage xi itement was high all day. since two party tickets, the People’s ■ lid Democratic, appeared on the ballot, four offices being hotly contesi ed. Richard Collins, who has held the office of clerk for the past 12 years, was defeated on the People's People's ticket by Knute Leivdal. 07 to 11S, for supervisor Martin Thill, clerk of the People's People's party, defeated Herbert Watchorn by only S votes. Arsen Mercier, Democratic candidate candidate for treasurer, lost to Peter Jacobsen, by IS vote«, while William William Smith, for highway commissioner. commissioner. gained votes over his opponent. opponent. Hupert c.reene, of the Democratic party. Offices not contested are filled by Martin Pirk, member board of review■ F A La jx. Justice of the peace for four years; (’baríes Arnold Arnold and Coliti (îreene. Justices for two years. 9 7 voters were against the land zoning adoption and S6 for It. 14r* votes were cast for a uniform uniform closing bout and f>6 against. The election board consisted of L. P. Peterson. Chairman. Charles Laux. Leo Mercier, Frank Thill and John Chaffee. (•arden WIM S: Insilile Wednesday 3 : 30 p. m. itig classes, fi: 30 p, m Thursday 3:30 p in a sses. Men’s volley hill. A (I va need wood work Volley hall. Junior woodworking in m m. *i : 3 0 p Friday 1 0 ; :t o a 1:30 p. das****. Saturday 1 30 p m The W PA C.ym, Junior woodworking Hiking. directors have been receiving much encouragement in all their work, and wish to thank all those who have been so Reli erons in their support. especially the board of education. through whose generosity the woodwork classes, which are exceptionally popular, were mad*» possible Due to the tireless eflorts of the directors, directors, Miss Mary Potvln and Lawrence Baker. the recreational program has been a signal success, and as weather conditions improve still greater success is looked for.