The Sumner Gazette from Sumner, Iowa on November 24, 1966 · Page 10
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£ Mrs and Sut hor dot I ke W« Oe vis Mi ] spi CO! Mi an W W la? A) M is R n< h n T w; c< d E v t 8 € North Fayette Schools note National Education Week Mrs. Edna Stedntan During the week of Nov. 6-12 American Education week was observed at the North Fayette County Community School system. On Monday evening, Nov. 7, 4he faculty members that belong to the local education association planned and financed a banquet to which various community leaders were invited. This group icluded the board of education and the presidents and leaders of various service organizations from the West Union, Hawkeye and Alpha areas. The speaker for this banquet was Mr. Goebel Patton, the public relations director of the Illinois Education Association. Mr. Patton emphasized the fact that we are living in an age of change. Change is inevitable; .the only thing permanent is change. One of the inevitable results of these changes is that American Public Education is being misunderstood. Change leads to doubts, doubt leads to criticism, criticism leads to rumors and rumors lead to misunderstanding. He also emphasized the importance of the learning of attitudes. It has no value if a person can add and subtract but used it to cheat, Mr. Patton mentioned that students pass this way only once. We must all be concerned with the best possible education for all students now and not wait till the future. If we wait till the future the students we have now will not have the opportunity to take part. We must also be concerned about teaching things which the students can use in the year 2000. Since this is very difficult these students must learn how to learn so that they might make the changes that will face them at these future dates. On Tuesday and Friday guided tours were arranged for interested patrons at North High. Approximately 30 people took advantage of the oportunity to see their school in action. Fif- •teen members of the Wednesday Art Club toured all the school facilities at that time. On Tuesday evening, North Junior High held an open house with 92 parents in attendance. The parents attended classes and were given a brief summary of the class by the teacher. The West Union Elementary center observed an open house during the entire week with an excellent turnout of 320 visitors. Hawkeye Elementary also had an open house with about 40 visitors. This makes a grand total of about 500 visitors at the various attendance centers of the NFCCS school system. We would take this opportunity to thank all those who did visit schools during this week and extend an open invitation to visit any time in the future. Guests attending the dinner for Public Relations Banquet held Nov. 7 were: Mr. and Mrs. Glen Boie, president of Hawkeye Business Men; Pres. of Chamber of Congress, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Frey of West Union; Pres. of J.C., Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Moore; Pres. of Lion Club, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hoppes of West Union; Pres. of Rotary, Dr. and Mrs. N. W. Kilburn of West Union; Pres. of the State Board of Public Instruction, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Antes; Mayor of West Union, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sage; Mayor of Hawkeye, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Lauer. Commander of the American Legion Post in West. Union, Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Westerfield; Commander of the American Legion Post in Hawkeye, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Senner; Commander of the American Legion Post in Alpha, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Conklin; Pres. of the American Legion Aux. in Hawkeye, Mrs Harvey lingerer: Secretary of County N.F.O., Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Pleggenkuhle; Board of Education Members: Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Buhr of Hawkeye, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Richards of Alpha. Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Estey, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Scott. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Gross of West Union; Board of Education Sec., Miss Irene Martin; Board of Education Treas.. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Grimes of West Union; County Extension Director, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Wang- ness; State Senator, Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Keying: Pres. of Wed. Art Club, Mr. and Mrs. E. Meskel of West Union: State Regent of D.A.R., Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Walsh of Hawkeye: Representative of Interstate Power Co.. Mr. and Mrs. John Moorman of West Union; Pres. of Farm Bureau. Mr. and Mrs. Benton Harrison of Fayette. Approximately 160 attended the banquet. Mrs. Florence Hallquist and Mrs. Ruth Fritz visited Mr?. Minnie Woods at Mechanicsville recently. Mrs. HalJquist also visited Mrs. Florinda Stahr in Clinton and Mrs. Fritz visited her sister, Mrs. Anna Clapper in Dewitt. Mrs. Jim Daniels went to the University Hospital in Iowa City on Nov. 10 for a checkup. Also going the same day was Mrs. Burdette Rowland. They both returned home the same day. Mrs. Esra Heth and Helen attended a shower in honor of Miss Elaine Rogneff at the Lutheran Church on Nov. 11 in Ossian. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Flanscha MAN TO CALL FOR THE BEST •UY ON YOUR INSURANCE DUANE HOLM Phone 882-4426 Tripoli, low* •TATE .FARM (53 Used Machinery — WD 45 Allis Chalmers tractor — 600 Case tractor — 861 Ford tractor — 300 I.H.C. tractor — 620 J.D. tractor — 88-LP Oliver tractor — S-88 Oliver tractor — 4-16 IH.C. plow — 4-14 J.D. plow — 4-16" Oliver plow — Many other plows to choose from — Green Isle grinder-mixer — 13 ft. Kewanee wheel disc — M ft. Kewanee wheel disc — 50 ft, elevator — 40 ft, elevator NOTE-~We have two 4 row stalk cutters left on hand, L.W. Pipho Imple., Inc. have moved to the Dnllenbnch form south of Hawkryo from n farm three miles west of Sumner. Mr. Flanscha is employ"! by George McDonald nnd John Bowling. Julia Trnejrer spent Inst week end with her friend. Miss Betty Schlaltor in Rochester. Minn. Mrs. Betty Brandos of Wnt-er- !oo was a week end guest of her mother. Mrs. Helen Chamberlain. John Koehler, n vocational technical school student in Cedar Rapids was a week end jruest of his parents, the Fxlward Koohlcr's. Mr. and Mrs. Clair Sehnor and family of Wostgate. Mr. and Mrs. Goorjre Plegsrenkuhle. and Mr. and Mrs. Fxl Kaeppe.l were last Sunday dinner guests in the Ervin Sehnor home. Mrs. Betty Brandos of Waterloo and tier mother. Mrs. Helen ChBinberlnin attended an open house in Postville last Sunday in honor of Mrs. Chamberlain's brother-in-law and sister's golden wedding anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Chamberlain. Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Mitchell and Shelly of Charles City. Susan Mitchell of Cedar Rapids, Kathy Berry of Cedar Falls and Judy Gillis of Ames were week end guests in the Harold Mitchell home. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Miller, Jr., and Julia of Mt. Vemon were Sunday visitors in the Fred Miller home. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Mcln- tyre, Sr., and Mr. and Mrs. Wal- fnoo MrTntyre, Jr., and family were Sunday dinner guests In the Jerry Letters home. The Letters family will soon be moving to Chicago, to where Mr, Letters has been transferred. He Is employed by the Darling Co. Mrs. Mnttie Metlock of McGregor came Tuesday and spent (.ill Sunday visiting Mrs. Mildred T^I-one. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Jones of Cedar Falls were Sunday afternoon visitors in ,the Clarence Schlcgel home. Mrs. Dorothy Heldt of Oelwein was a Sunday dinner guest of her mother, Mrs. Donna Sherman. Bill Suhr, Jr. of Bradford, Mo., was a Saturday visitor of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Will Suhr, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Senner and her mother, Mrs. Effie Westendorf of Alpha, were Sunday afternoon and picnic supper guests in the Paul Klinger home at West Union. Others attending were Mr. and Mrs. Allan Long, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Klinger of West Union, and Art Darling of California. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Traflet were Sunday afternoon callers in the Lester Hiams home. Winiston Traflet of Cedar Rapids spent the week end at the parental, Fred Traflet home. Mr. and Mrs. Devon Schlegel and family of Brodhead, Wise., visited from Friday until Sunday in the parental, Clarence Schlegel home. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schieffel- bein of Waterloo were last LIVE MUSIC By popular request . . . THE OFFICE will bring back "THE WESTERNAIRES" on Friday, Nov. 25th. Music from 8:30 to 12:30. WE WILL BE CLOSED THANKSGIVING DAY. THE OFFICE 108 East 1st. St. Sumner, Iowa Could you afford to rebuild? Better check your coverage! Chances are, you have fire insurance — but is it adequate to cover the full replacement value of farm buildings, equipment? Check with us, to be sure. Insure to be secure HARMS INSURANCE NOW — AT YOUR GOODYEAR STORE COLLECTOR'S ALBUM Stereo or Monaural •Great Songs ol Christmas" §WMi»r, Phone 224-5412 Plastic Coated Playing Cards Stardust double deck cards by Hoyle Two Decks 58* Limit one set to a customer at this price. Choose from 8 beautiful sets. New tinted shade to reduce eye fatigue. Sumner Tire Shop Thursday dinner guests in the Fred Miller home, Mrs. Wallace Mclntyre, Jr., nnd son, and Mrs. Wallace Mc- lntyre, Sr., were Wednesday visitors in the Jerry Gehring home in Cedar Rapids. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ollingcr of Ontario, Canada, visited Mrs. Ollinger's sister, Mrs. Laura Uappold and her brother, John Wier, recently. Sunday dinner guests in the Will Suhr, Sr. home were Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Suhr and Lisa, Mr. and Mrs. Louie Suhr and Totld of Waterloo, Mrs. Dale Ungcrcr and family of Elgin, and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Platte and Corrie of Hawkeyc. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Diet?, visited Mrs. Diet?.' sister, Mrs. C. E. Potts, in Littleton last Wednesday. Mrs. Charles Plaster and girls of Denver were Saturday visitors of Mrs. Fredia Ungerer. Sunday dinner guests In the Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bridge home were their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. LaVcrne Let?, and family of Aurora, and Lloyd Froning and son of Hazclton. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Rcnber, Jeffrey and Martin of Westgale and Mrs. John Becker of Sum- ncr were Sunday dinner guests in the Howard Amos home. Mr. and Mrs. Vern Remy 10—Sumner Gazette Thursday, November 24, 1M*> were recent visitors in the home of their son, Keith Remy and family in Des Moines. Others visiting were Mrs. Keith Remy's parents, Dr. and Mrs. F.rnest Abbott of Houma, La. Phone 224-3319 Stunner Fresh Ground Beef . . . 59< Ib. (FRIDAY & SATURDAY ONLY) FROZEN GROUND BEEF 59c Ib. SUMMER SAUSAGE 93e Ib. DRIED BEEF $1.60lb. BACON _81clb. BREAKFAST LINKS Tlclb. RINDERWURST 59clb. QUARTERS AND HALVES Wieners - Chunk Bologna - Butter - Lard Canned Hams ON HAND AT ALL TIMES. BUTCHERING MONDAY THRU FRIDAY PLEASE CALL FOR APPOINTMENT Open Daily — 8 a.m. to 12 noon; 1 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. SEP-KO PRODUCTS for Home and Dairy SUMNER LOCKERS Gene Rappold, Proprietor Dial 224-5341, Sumner DECLARE WAR ON RATS AND MICE . . . We have a supply of BAIT on hand — Ames A-l Brand . . . Call 224-3244 or see an F.F.A. member. START YOUR PROGRAM TODAY. SUMNER FFA CHAPTER LET US HELP YOU PLAN A COMPLETE .. . BREEDING PROGRAM INCLUDING THESE BULLS 002 003 002 CARNATION PILOT HE-MAN — Very Good Al Proven U.S.D.A. Proof (8-66) 29 Al Daughters 16.249M 3.5% 567F Herdmates 14.552M 530F Actual Difference + 1.697M +37F Predicted Difference + 1.073M +24F 003 CARNATION ROYAL TOPMAN — Excellent Gold Medal U.S.D.A. Proof (8-66) 28 Daughters 16.574M 3.8% 630F Herdmates Average 14.718M 558F mout ,, Dr - Paul T ' Difference _______________ + 1.856M Ask About Our Premium Sires Program +72F Carnation Farms Breeding Service — Contact — H. J. Schult Son ___________________ Phone 224-5218 Royce Leggett, Plainfield __________ Phone 276-4761 Hartley Seydel, Readlyn ___________ Phone 279-3712 Performance Counts 6 plow powered 930 317 ft. Ibs. torque, 401 CM, in, engine fplow powered 1030 340 ft. Ibs, torque, 451 cu. in, engine LET'S TALK CASE SUMNER IMPLEMENT CO. Phone? 824-3272 Sumner, Allied Chemical Corp. is proud to announce that FRIDLEY FEED MILL is now a RED BANNER AGENT and will be providing RED BANNER service for the SUMNER area. Pictured is Ron Mau, presenting a Red Banner Credit Card to Orson Kauffman, Manager of Fridley Feed Mill, while Bernard Gehrke and Orville Niemcyer the boys who will be delivering and applying Arcadian Golden Uran look on. Absent when this picture was taken was Lavern Nacke, who was armlvinn Golden Uran at the time. l l y 8 "Golden Uran is the Cadillac of Nitrogen Fertilizers" says Allied Representative Ron Mau. VERSATIT TTv' EASE OF HANDLING and SAFENESS are the b& advantages of Golden Uran. ° A FARMER MEETING is planned for Feb <H n , which time all area fanners will be invited 'to find out more about this product . . . GOLDEN A 28% or 32% non-pressure nitrogen In the meantime Farmers, look for your Credit It will be amvinfr shortly. llt FRIDLEY FEED MILL

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