Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on May 29, 1957 · Page 5
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WEEKLY CROSSWORD PUZZLE. LIMA NflR Vehicle Here's the Answer EJEMH JWoad (comb, form) 4 Quote 5 Belgian river 6 Courts (ab.) 7 French article 8 Editors (ab.) 9 Arrives (ab.) 10 Tidy mountain 17 Symbol for tantalum 23 Genus of insects 24 Pastry BOElZdNTAL t Depleted Vthlcle • Handle U Withstood 14 Erect IB Decreases 18 Geological layers II Instrument for 11 Sarcasm •Urnplng 12 Biblical dates » Moving JO And (Latin) XI Egyptian •ungod it Lease 35 Let it stand ! XT Ocean 'M Tbagsten (•b.) ! SB Pair (ab.) 10 Blackbird of cuckoo family 32 Petty quarrel j 34 Judicial.bench 36 Father ST Troop, (ab.) M Must ol | poetry 41 Concur 49 Printing mistakes ; 47 Warning devices 48 Accomplisher 49 Most stricken 1 by poverty SI Stations (ab.) M It Is propelled by VERTICAL 1 Barterer t Returned premiums 26 Food fish 31 Sharp 32 Races 33 Talking bird 35 Tops ot ocean waves 39 Scope 85 Pierce with a 40 Covers with knife pitch 41 On time (ab.; 42 Opera by Verdi 43 Grating 44 Stagger 46 Social Insect 47 Observe SO Symbol for erbium IS ci Si H5 HJ 10 57 Understanding Children YOUNG PEOPLE LEARN TO DANCE "Mom, a lot of the fellows want to learn to dance, and some of the girls do, too. What can we do?" Living as they did in a small town where there was no recreation program or youth center, the parents of this boy decided that they should "tackle" the problem themselves. In telling about it later, the mother said they brought clown the old phonograph from the attic, bought some new records and helped the group of young people to issue attractive invitations to a Hallowe'en party. The night of the party the rugs were rolled up and floors waxed. When the groups arrived the mother started dancing with the boys and the father with the girls—and before the evening was over all had danced and plans were under way for more gatherings. Again and again in small towns, young people have little or nothing to do", and because of this en•gage in undesirable activities. The home in which the party just mentioned took place was not an elaborate one, nor a very large one, but the parents made use of what they had and gave the young (people the opportunity to be together and have some wholesome fun. When asked if there weren't some people in town who ofo- jectel to the dancing, this mother said that there were and added, "I just asked them, 'Which would you rather have happen? For your children to have a nice party in my home or have them to Mr. and Mrs. Donald Thrall ind Doivna, Roekford, 111., visited last Saturday and Sunday in the Tloyd Durey home. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Connar and 'amily, Cedar Rapids, visited last Saturday night and Sunday in the Donald Orr home. The Volga Valley Club met ast Thursday with Mrs. Jim Davis, co-hostesses were Mrs. Lyle Patterson and Mrs. Ottn Popenhagen. Fourteen members were present and answered roll call with a mothers day poem. Mrs. John Wilson and Mrs. Russell Dickinson had several readings and Mrs. Russell Popenhagen had a contest. Corsages were presented to the members and guests. Also prizes were awarded to the oldest mother, Mrs. John Wilson, youngest mother, Mrs. Russell Popenhagen. The one with the most buttons on her dross. Mrs. Roy Bennington and Mrs. Hugh Mahoney won the COUNTY May 29, 1957 page 5 Which t'.vin has I he Lincoln? Flanking Dr. Gene Beck (center), who incidentally got n late start with the l)p;m two Lincolncsquc professors known around the cnmpus as George W. Horton, Jr. (left) and George H.j Meal (right). door Tillie prize. Guests Feller. Elgin, were Mrs. Mrs. John go out to dance?" the road-houses and Interstate Plans To Build Atomic Plant A proposal to build a (iG.OOO — kilowatt atomic-fueled electric generating plant of advanced design was made to the Atomic Commission today by Interstate Power Company in collaboration with the Central Utilities Atomic. Power Association, an organization formed by Interstate and ter other midwest utilities for the sole purpose of developing anc building she plant. The plant would be located on a site yet to be chosen in the southwestern part of the system of Northern States Power Company which company would own and operate the plant. Major interconnection between Interstate and Northern States will energy produced by atomic power plant to flow into the systems of the participating companies. At a meeting of the Central 'Utilities Atomic Power Associates last week officers of the organization were elected. M. L. Kupp, presiden of Interstate Power Company, Dubuque, Iowa, was elected president. H. P. Taylor, president, Wisconsin Public Service Corporation, Milwaukee, Allen S. King, president, Northern States Power Company, Minneapolis, C. A. Scmrad, president, St. JoeMph, and C. G. Wright, president, Otter Tail Power Company, Fergus Falls, were all elected viee presidents; N. B. Gussett, presiden, Iowa Power and Light Company, Des Moines, treasurer; Donald E. Nelson, Northern States Power Company attorney secretary and assistant treasurer Carl A. Hummel, executive vice president, Interstate Power Company, assistant secretary. In tile proposal to the AEC Interstate and the other ten utili- Ward and Mrs. John Swoek, Wadena, and Mrs. Lewis Lockwood, Fayette. • * » * • The Happy Valley Club met last Wednesday with Mrs. Ralph Keig. Ten members answered roll call with miscellaneous subjects. Mrs. Donald Van Sickle had games for the program. Mrs. Rallph Keig Jr. joined the club. t » « « James Guge left last Sunday for Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo., for six months training in the service. A farewell was held on Saturday evening at his home. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. John Gage and family, Hawkeye, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Reed and family, Oelwein, Mr. and 'Mrs. Duane Gage and family, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Gage and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Le Roy Vashell and family, Wadena, and Miss Lois KHtle- inan, Valga, City. ies are asking for assistance in csearch and development as offered under the AEC's third- round reactor demonstration program. They are also asking for a waiver of fuel use charges in ac- ordance with the AEC's retctor demonstration program. A license to permit ownership and operation of a reactor will be equested of the Atomic Energy Commission in the near future after the location of the plant has RANDALIA NEWS The Thursday Reading Circle held their annual Mothers Day 1 o'clock luncheon last Thursday in the church social room. Each member invited a guest for tin- day. After the luncheon a short program was given. Corsages were given to the oldest mother, Mrs. Fred Orbell; the y<uint',est mother, Mrs. Dean V:\rgason; mother with the mosi children, Mrs. John Bahl of Fayrtte, youngest grandmother. Mrs. Fred Engler; mother with mo>t grand children, Mr.-,. John H.ilil. first and Mrs. Pearl Nadim:. second. The Adah circle of (lie Women's Society of Christian Service uu-t Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Floyd Nading. The Eunice circle met the same afternoon with Mrs. Kenneth Nading. The last Parenl-Tearhers meeting of Banks No. U, rural school was held last Friday oven ing. The school is going into the .Simmer reorganization district ni'.xt year. Mrs. Walter Butts is tin- to.ichor. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Risinger and family went to Clear Lake last Friday to open their fishing dock for the summer. Mr. His'mg- er, Win and Phyllis returned home but Mrs. Risingor and Joe stayed to look after the dock. Mr. Risinger and the children will join her when school is out. Dugan of Cedar Rapids last Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Hack of Waterloo, Mr. and Mrs. K. B. visited mother Mrs. Mabel Smith, who has been ill. Earl Vierow of Dubuciue visited Defeated Candidate Fulfills Promise Dr. Muzumdar to visit Orient Mi. Veriion, lou-a - A defeated candidate for public office will soon make good his campaign promise. The campaign promise was made by Dr. Haridas T. Mu/umdar, friend and biogra'ph- or of the late Mahatina Gandhi and 1'rofessoi' of Sociology at Cornell College, who ran unsuccessfully last year in the Republican Primary for the U. S. Con- gross From the Second District of Iowa. "I am happy to be able to carry out my pledge to my constituent," said Dr. Muzumdar. "I am going to Asia and Africa on a line-man mission of goodwill and understanding." "I want to study at first hand," continued tin- Cornell professor, "thi> changing political, economic and social scene in the new-born nations of Asia anil Africa. And I hope to interpret to them the American social heritage and the American way of life as seen through the eyes of a Gandhi follower who has been participating in American life as a niUuraliy.cr citi/.en." In the Iowa Primary last yeai Dr. Muxumdar ran for Congres- on the platform of promoting understanding and improving relations between America, the lani of his adoption, and the people o been agreed Upon and engineer-1 h is parents, Mr. and Mrs. Car ing plans further developed. I Vierow last Sunday. The type of plant proposed is I * * * * Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Fryo won last Sunday dinner guests in the known as the Controlled Re-circulation Boiling Reactor. New elements in the design of this reactor are expected to make "significant contributions" toward bringing the generation of electric power from atomic energy into a competitive position with conventional plants, according to Kapp. •Members of the Central Utilities Atomic Power Association, in addition to the companies already mentioned are Mississippi Valley Public Service Co., Winona, Minn.; Iowa Southern Utilities Co., Centerville, Iowa; Madison Gas and Electric Co., Madison, Wis.; Northwestern Public Service Co., Huron, S. D.; and Central Electric and Gas Co., Lincoln, Neb. f Asia and Africa. 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