Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on August 8, 1957 · Page 1
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Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa · Page 1

Fayette, Iowa
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Thursday, August 8, 1957
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DEPT. OF HISTORY ft ARCEIIVES DKS MOI.V5S 19, IOWA P«rmli No. 18 •1C. 14.M PL** Far*K». low* VOLUME 42, NO. 6 Price Five Cents FAYKTTE, IOWA Price P'ive Cents 8 AUGUST 1957 LITTLE LEAGUE Keeps Fayette Youths Active AT BAT — Ronnie "Scoot" Timmerman, playing for the Farm Bureau Insurance team, prepares to hit a long one. Catching is Lee Burns. Umpire is Mike Eischeid. (Leaderfoto) TOWN Mrs. Elizabeth Coffman returned Friday from near Cham- ipaigne, Illinois where she had been called to because of the death of her brother-in-law, Mr. Earl Myler, about a month ago, and remained with her sister for a longer visit. Friday Mrs. Earl Myler and daughter and son-in-law and family, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Clark, of near Champaigne, returned to Fayette with Mrs. Coffman and remained over the week end, leaving for their home on, Monday. Mrs. Noble Leamon remains very ill in the Sumner hospital where she is a patient. • * * * Mr. and Mrs. Louis Raether and children o£ Webster Groves, Mo., are visiting Mrs. Raether's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Lund and with other relatives. • • » • Betty and Carol Iliff are spending four weeks at Camp Igawanis a Girl .Scout camp, near Waterloo. Betty is an overseaer and Carol is serving as an overseaer's aid. • • • • John Bailey who has been a patient in the Driscoll nursing home in Oelwein for several months, fell recently and is now a patient in the State University hospital in Iowa City. • « « » Miss Mabel Knight, who has been very ill, and for the past couple of weeks has been a patient in the State University hospital at Iowa City, was moved Monday to a nursing home at Shell Rock, Iowa, where she will be cared for. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Harwny of Dallas, Oregon, near Portland and three children visited Fayette friends and relatives the last of the week. Francis, son of the Rueben Harway's, formerly Fayette residents left Fayette in 1937 to make their home in Oregon, and this is the first visit back to Iowa since he left. • • • . The University Cleaners are closed for a two week vacation and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Skipton are vacationing. FAYETTE STONE CO. WINS LITTLE LEAGUE Mrs. Edward Bellows is a patient in a Rochester, Minnesota hospital, and on Saturday underwent major surgery. Rev. Bellows is in Rochester with her. • • • • Harold Hall of Chicago was a recent visitor in the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Hall. * * * * Mrs. A. J. Fox entertained Monday evening at dinner honoring H. K. Parker, who is teaching on the UIU summer school faculty and spending the summer with his grandmother, Mrs. J. D. Parker and aunt, Mrs. Dorothy Goebel and will leave at the close of the summer session for his home in New Jersey. * * * • Mr. and Mrs. Martin Timm attended the wedding of iPeggy Lou Timm and George Cabalka Saturday, at the Methodist church in Independence.' •• • • • • Mr. and Mrs. Martin Timrn were business visitors in Waterloo on Wednesday and on Thursday in Marshalltown. • • • • Mr. and Mrs, Don Sieleman and children of Iowa City slpen the week end in the Martin Timm home. Mrs. Sieleman ii the former Lois 'Fern Timm. * » « » Miss Mabele Dingsley of Clar ence came the last of the week for a visit in the Miss Maude Fel ter home. • •••'• Mrs. Dorothy Cue and children of Oelwein visited in the Johi Poland home on Saturday, Mrs. Ina Johnson has in bloom a cactus, which is very beautiful, and many blossoms on the plant. The blossoms come out in the evening and by morning they are gone. • • • • • • Mr. and Mrs. Eldred Otterstein and son left on Saturday for a vacation, and fishing trip up in Canada. They plan to be away a week. Robert Wilson of Lawler, is the buttermaker in charge during their absence. • • • • Mrs. Al Hanson who has been a surgical patient in the Mercy Hospital in Oelwein returned to her home the last of the week. • » * , Mr. and Mrs. William Andres and family are expected this week for a visit in the parental, A. G. Andres home and with Mrs. Andres parents near Clermont. • * • • Mrs. Margaret McSweeney, and daughters and Mrs. Arnold Heth returned the last of the week from a trip thru the east and a visit with relatives. • • » • Richard Pederson, who graduates at the close of the U.I.U. summer session has a contract to teach in the Maynard High School for the coming year. • • • « The Philathea Sunday School Class had nearly 20 attending their annual picnic and program held last Wednesday at the City Park, Klock's Island. • * • • Mrs. Agnes Llewelyn, who suf- ered a heart. attack and was aken to the home of her son ll Llewelyn at Randalia, is eported improving and hopes to eturn to her home soon. » * » • Mr. Donald Kimball will be he guest speaker at the Firs' •lethodist Church, Sunday, Aug 1th. ON THE BENCH — Anxious sidelim rs wat ig'ht, Scoot Timmerman, Barry '/.bormk. jamphier and Curt Dumermuth. M. ONLOOKERS — I)wii;hl Diirfey and Allen Finger watch as two of the little league teams clash m one of the several games that took place recently at the F11S field. (Leaderfoto) TEAM SERIES Mr. and Mrs. Glen Bierbower f Marcus have been visiting her sister, Mrs. Gerald Everett and amily, for a couple of weeks. • • • • • Verlin Odell spent several days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. lohn Odell. Verlin was enroute from Germany to his home in jfargen Grove, Oregon. Verlin las been teaching the past two rears in Germany. His wile, who was in Germany with him went jy plane from New York to Orc- on. His sister, Mrs. Ruth Shadle and daughter, Patty, accompanied him as far west as the Yellowstone iPark on his trip west. Mrs. Edith Koehler of Oelwein spent Sunday afternoon in the Herry Hettler home. Visitors in the Shirley Butts lome Sunday were their son and 'amily from Nora Springs. Mrs. Arnold Heth Returnes From N.J. Mrs. Am.,!, last Tuesday ,,l Weeks in the Sue in-law and he •';.. Harry II.dd. '! ;. ; !'.. '.•.: Butch Heth Observes Birthday "Butch" " IT. ' a "Swim par. \ ' al tile pool. Th Kith birthday Wen- "lill-'lv" ncr. Bill Ken, . Handy Bo;:' i Aani'S, Ju-;ti Brown. 'f e '. : l:";i : t.-iliiet! at Tin day evening, n was hi-. invited yne We*; i.-/ Olson, .inn Mam er. Steve Tal< oil and Hun B Pauls, Zupkcs Visit In Illinois Mr. and M: K.I Mr. and Mi - ( '.n I '/ in QUIIICV, III mm.. Mrs. 1'aul'-. coii.-.m, and other relative.; I'aul and I FUTURE CITIZENS — Pictured from left to right at Jo Ycarous, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. CharK., \V. ' Fayette. In the middle is Janet Marie, the daujdid r i Mrs. Eugene Sliter of Fayette. At the right is Diam daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Barnes of Kayotte. Waldo Walker, Jr. Visiting Here Mr. and Mrs. Waldo Walker, Jr. of Iowa City are visiting here in the parental Walker and Olson homes. Brother Of Miss Maude Felter Visits Here Dr. Allan 1'VKer and his wif" of Van Meter, Iowa, visited in Fayette with Miss Maude Feller. Guests In Oarbee Home GueM.; in live home e.1 Uv. Kugene Iv Garbec, I'l i.'si.len, ol Upper Iowa University, tl.is we< k arc Mi. and Mis 1'. II. Janvier and childn n, l'e;;i',\, George, and Victor of Yorklyn, Dalawarc The parents ..I Air.-. Garbee, Mr. and Mrs. Many G Kv<~ts ol Traer, Iowa, arc al-o i',iie.-,t.-, in the Garbee home. Rev. Howard Johnson" " And Family At Church Conference Hey. and Mrs. Howard Johnson and family lell the last oi the week for Charles City where they will allend the ('amp of the Wesievan Methodist church and the Conference winch is being held on the \Ve.-levan ('amp C.iounds there. Mrs. We.sley Talcott is the church delegate to the e.adercnci and Mrs. Hay Hill and Max Grovs are the other two delegates ot the chinch. Sunday Mr. and Mr:.. Vaylard '/upke and family, Mrs:, Madf;> Benton, Mrs. Howaid Solomon, Miss Nellie Klcmuu', and Anna Wilson and others attended the Camp at ('harles City. Faimly Reunion Al Delbert Slreeter Farm The family reunion f.alhered at the Delbert Streeter farm near Kayi lie with a pi"iuc dinnei Those present were Mr. and Mrs I'. J. Mes.sere from Cedar Kails; Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Messerei and Jimmy from Cedar Kails; Mrs. Lydia Durkops of Waterloo; Mrs. Selma Traegcr of Oelwein; Mr. and Mrs. Art Heeck of Waterloo; Mr. and Mrs. Holt Holtkamp, Danny and Lynne of Waterloo; Mr. and Mrs. Grant Schoephoei ster and faimly of Waterloo; Mr. and Mrs. Mike 1'ippeiigcr and family of Waterloo; Mr. and Mrs. Dean. Fuller and Mike of Dunkerton; Mr. and Mrs. George Kolil- meyer from Weslgate and Kathleen Kohlmeyer of West Union; and Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Streeter, Jean Anne and Hehecca Jo. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Husoher are enjoying a three weeks vaca ion. • • • • Dixie Lee Brown of Indelpen dence spent the past week with ier aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Pattison and family. Carolyn Schmidke of Oelwein spent the past week with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Carley and her aunt Francis Carley. Mrs. Allie Roltzman returned Monday from a visit in Waterloo with her son and family. • * * * Mrs. Stella Paul will leave Sunday for Cedar Rapids for a short visit with her daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Breckner and on Monday will leave by train for Red Bluff, California for a visit with relatives for a couple of weeks. Douglas Everett is in Marcus, Iowa operating a barber shop for his uncle. Emily Swartz Receives Weather Award Mrs. Hussell Swart/ ol Ka.. etie has receivi d an emblem I'm ten years of .service as a weather itbsi-i Vei . Ill a letter Irom Gdhei [ K. Sleijall, Supervising ClmialoloL; ist of tin 1 Department of Com merce said m a personal letter ti,i M;'a. Swart/. "Von have added valuable data to the more ol chmalologicnl information by keeping accurate records in all kinds ot weather." The letter was written by Mr. Sle^all on behalf of the Secretary ol the Department ol Commerce. Shaffers Visit in Des Moines Mr. and Mr.-,. Max Shallei, i\athy Shaffer, Duiolhy Bmi;el, and Mary McSweeney of Ka', cite were visitors in the Mr and Mrs. Don Brallebo home m DCS .Monies Sunday. Kalhy and Doio thy remained m De.-, Monies loi a longer visit Kn mute home i.hey visi.ed in Vmton 'Aith .Inn ihalfer. Fayette Home Sold i'o Independence Couple Announcement has been made of the .sale of the Dale Chase propel ty on West Water Street to Haymond E. and Bessis Iv Smith of Independence, Iowa. Mr. Smith is employed in Wa- lerloo and will commute from here to there. Carol Burns Visits With Grandmother Mrs. Ida Burns is enjoying a visit from her granddaughter, Carol Burns of Waterloo. SOCIAL PROTOCOL, OLD BOY—It's England and one must wear a tie even if one happens to be a penguin-at the-London Zoo. In foim;i! disgrace, this solitary outsider i» perhflPS thinking of ending it ull while his fellow penguins, properly attired, remain a Johnny Knight Wins Cake Johnny Knight of Kayclle won the cake at the bakery Saturday. Visitor In Sylvia Sampson Home LaVonne Heichel of 111., visited here with Miss Sylvia Sampson lust week and is now on her way to spend her vacation in Hood River, Oregon, with the Jim Olson family. Norman Olson And Family Visit Mere Mr. and Mrs. Norman Olson and son of Oak Harbor, Washington, are visiting in the' home of his parents, Mr. ami Mrs. J. K. Olson of Kayelle. Mr. Olson is stationed at the Naval hospital there. A family picnic honoring the Olsons and Mr. William Fullmer, formerly of Stanley, his cousin, will be held next Sunday at the Stanley Methodist Church. thru the week with the editor 11.id a wonderful weekend in Cedar Hapids a. thi 1 home of j ii p. ami Mrs Krncst Kosel;. I While attending n p.io| party : al l.u Country Club Saturday i. -vcn.il;'.. we saw a >',cnUi man, and commented to each uth--r, ! "That man looks just like Scott I'a me thru t.ilil u.-, his nuiny WAS l.ni".e and we learned dot h< w.<: .'volt's hiother, although we didn't I'.ct tcj meet him. Hi an lleu\.in, new Thank Nile 1 'ha.i in.in report, that t h ; ,; u eel, . .,i\,n,l nil] be 150 Ou We appreciate thi' kind coin in' HI . »1 Mrs. W. 11. Crawford ot Cluea?;o, Illinois ahuut our paper. She was in to renew her sub- scrip*, ion I hi.- other day and told us how much .slit 1 enjoyed iht formcr citi/ons .series. • • • • • Ket'er you to our editorial of tins week. • • • « Was in the telephone office tin- other day gelling the news of the town from Anna. She. was writing her will while Carl Master ;,in| i chatted. Suddenly she' looked up and said, "If you'll I"' quii',, I'll gut this dune.'" • • • • ll^va.; j.;ood to see Dr. William A. liichards, my former 'professor oi' Hellion when I was at U1U -IN years at'.o. visiting in Fayette. • • » . Moyd I'attison explained to me 'he u;.\ to collect past due ac- eounu Double it on the state- in n; and when they come in to iiilorm you they don't owe that much. Then recommend that theV .settle up. * * • Someone asked Randy Van Bogart if he had really been in I lie -hospital after last week's paper, lie's had .so much publicity this year I Sold him he would Uet a lull for it. • • • • Will give up to lour free tickets to anyone wishing to attend the All Iowa Fair at C'edar Hapids. • « • » Also ijot free tickets to the Intel national livestock show in Cmeai.;o. Mary and I aren't going l>> !'." this year, so feel free to come in and ask. William Finch is contemplating ial'.ini; a fortune on the stock arki I. He's {jot every cent he's en paid at the LKADER since st fall put away in an account the Stale Hank. That's a good trick if you can do It. • • • • A nood testimonial for our I.KADKK advertising is the rent Is of Nelson's summer clearance c.oini', on until this Saturday. • • « , Not much more to talk about •o we'll see you next Week. - - Don New Books At Fayette Library "Your Child or Mine" by O. E. Mood. "The Small Woman" by Alan Burgess. '"Sailor Named Jones" by Harvey Haislip. "Stay alive all Your Life" by Norman Vincent Peale. "The Tall Captains" by SpLcer. "Bon Voyage! by Marrijane & Joseph Hayes. "Dead Wrong" by George Bagby. "Fire, Burn" by John Dickson Can. "The World of Water" by J. Gordon Cook. "Boxcars in the Sky" by Hichard Malkin. "Little O" by Urmerstad. Jim Wright Transferred For! EusJis ,VA. (AHTNC) — 1'vt. James L. Wright, whose wife, Bertha, and parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hollo A. Wright, live on Konte 1, Kandalia, Iowa, recently was assigned to the 399th Transportation Battalion at Fort Sustis Va. Wru'.ld, a member of the battalion's 2U4Ui Transportation Company, entered the Army in March 1M7 and completed basic tiainiini al Fort Chaffee, Ark. Mrs. Stella Paul To California Mrs. Stella Paul, Manager of the bookstore at Upper Iowa University, will leave next Monday for California where she will visit with friends and relatives.

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