or HISTORY & i;.ii3 iv, IOA 5 SEPTEMBER 1957 Price Five Cents FAYETTE, IOWA Price Five Cents VOLUME 42, NO. 10 thru the week with the editor Went into iPaul Implement for an ad Tuesday and there was a young lad riding a toy tractor, asked him what his name was and he said Dwight. He wouldn't tell me his last name, so we asked him who his dad was and he said, "Lefty Maurer." Then he gave me a lot of information: "There's Gary and Jimmy, too — we got them home. They're at school today tho." It was a fine gesture on the part of the Chamber of Commerce to give Mayor Cousins a purse to start him and Mrs. C to France. • » < • President Goekon of the Chamber had tu go away for the week-" end, so he couldn't make the presentation. He called Vice President Nelson and he was to be away also; then Secretary Kimball who wanted to take pictures. So it finally developed upon Lois Davis who did the job as committee chairman. • • • • *•' We think the next donation ought to be made' to our Wesleyan Methodist friends whose church was lost by fire last Spring and who have worked diligertly and quickly to rebuild. There's a lot of money stored in Fayette that would do a wonderful service in such an institution. Seen the new paint job in the Kexall store? Spent a lot of time over the long weekend moving and painting. We really hate to leave the old neighborhood and all the good people tfeere including the Parkers, the Wrights, the Caballeros, the Curtises, the Claxtons, the Linge's (who will be leaving soon, also), the Johnson's (Hod), EARNING MONEY FOR COLLEGE the Lamberts, the and the Carpenters. Ottersteins DENNY DUMERMUTH. 1957 graduate of Fayette High School is pictured at work at Earl's Standard Service in Fayette. Denny plans to enroll at Upper Iowa University this fall. He is uncertain as to what he will study. He plans to continue at the Earlo station while going to college. W. K. Humphry Home To Be Sold Sept. 21st The home-of—Waiter- K. Humphry, late of Fayette, will be sold at public auction on September 21st at 1:30 in the afternoon along with the household goods, furniture and other belongings. While painting Friday evening Braulic Caballero came and donated his services for a while and Pat brought over coffee and sandwiches later. Then Beck's shared Saturday dinner and Sunday morning breakfast with us. The new coach, Dean Curtis, Joy and kids, Stevie and Pam, shared Sunday dinner with us, so our cooking problems *"^w e r e pretty well taken care of supplemented by frequent trips to the cafe's. * * « • In the new neighborhood President and Mrs. Garbee had our whole moving crew over for home-made ice cream late Saturday. "Buck" Maxson's got a new girlfriend. Pamela Curtis keeps asking about him. He must have made friends when he was helping Mary and me move. Don't let DR find out, Buck. In the new neighborhood we've got Mrs. McCormick and roomers, Gill, Farwell and Douglas. Then there's Mullins, Steggalls, Garbee's, Otleys, Templemans and Bakers, so we think we're in pretty good hands. » • • • I told Mary Friday she ought to let me chase her around the house oryje with a hatchet just to make a good impression on our new neighbors. • • « • So, now all we have to do is settle down, get our education, restore Mrs. Dr. Baker's jungle, edit the Fayette paper, play a little politics on the side, and raise lots of kids! Fayette has a new celebrity. Its Agnes Simper who is the new homemaker at the Catholic Rectory. She's won" prizes lor baking at many fairs and has been featured in national advertising. I know how good it is because she was kind enough to bring some goodies down to the LEADER office. We'll have a story on her later. •i • • • * See you next week. - - Don cAROUND TOWN... Mr. and Mrs. Will -Leverington received word last week of the serious illness of Mr. Levuring- ton's brother, Mr. Les Leverington of Kendall, Wis., and who was a surgical patient in the hospital in Warsaw, Wis. Mrs. Leverington accompanied Mrs. Mable Halm, and Mrs. Maude Fox, a daughter and a sister of Mr. Leverington to Wisconsin on Thursday, returning on Saturday. Word was received on Monday that Mr. Leverington was worse and the ladies left immediately to return to his bod- side. » • « • The Joe Carton family who have been living in the Donald Culbertson cottage.- on south 'Union street, moved Saturday to West Union. • • • • Dr. Ernest Naylor who has been living in the Harold Brownell house on Mechanic street moved to the Culbertson cottage and the Harold Brownell's who recently sold their G & B Cafe and have been living in an apartment over the Cafe moved back into their own residence. * • * » Mr. and Mrs. Sid Moore spent Sunday in Wisconsin. Second Reorganization Meeting Will Be Held Tonight, September 5 OTHER MEETINGS IN SCHOOLS CONCERNED A second meeting on school re- irganization will be held at the Fayette High School tonight ac- •ording to Chairman John Hof- neyer. The meeting will be held at the Sunday noon a dinner was held in Fellowship the church dining room of the First Methodist church with a large number attending the dinner honorinf the return of Rev. and Mrs. Pan* Huscher to the Fayette church Following the dinner a short program was enjoyed, Singing was lead by Dr. Eugene Beck. Mr. Paul Plckett, lay leader presented Rev.-and Mrs. Huschei with a purse of money in hono of their wedding anniversary and return to the Fay^tte church Mrs. Russell Erion, president o the W.S.C.S. gave a short talk and the program concluded with group singing. • • • • Miss Hattie Melvyn of Cypruf Illinois, visited this weekend ir the home of Mr. and Mrs. Loren Pierce of Fayette. Fayette High School auditorium at 8 p.m. A straw vote will be taken to snrnple the optnron of Fuyette toward the proposal and the formation of the new district. Other meetings will be held as follows in the schools concerned Arlington, Sept. (i Randalia, Sept. 12 Westgate, Sept. 17 Maynard, 'Sept. 19 'And Crown Tky Oood • —by Whitman Rep. and Mrs. Donald Kimball moved the last of the week to the house, known as the Baker house on Main street. Miss Grace Meyer spent Saturday in Cedar Rapids with her friend Miss Jessie Chambers who is critically ill in a Cedar Rapids hospital. Monday morning word was received of the death of Miss Chambers which had occurred early Monday morning. Funeral services are set 'for Wednesday afternoon in Cedar Rapids. Miss Chambers is survived by her aged mother, who is in a nursing home in Cedar Rapids. Miss Chambers was a frequent visitor in Fayette. * * * * Mrs. Ruth French, Chicago, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hall; Rock Island, 111., and Mrs. Floy .Park, Minneapolis, were week end guests in the parental W>'F. Hall home. MAYOR COUSINS PRESENTED JOURNEY PURSES BY CHAMBER AND COUNCIL K1L KARE KLUB MET TUESDAY The Kil Karo Klub met on September 3 at the home of V-n-da Miller with eleven mem >ers, one guests and three children present. The next meeting will be on September 17th at the home ot Stella Fry. Wadena Riverside 4-H Club The Wadena Kivc-rside 4-H club meeting was held at James Kuhens, who resigned on Sepl. 3. There were 11 members pres- nt. Election of officers was held 1'hey are, president Dennis Shaf- 'er; Vice President, David Jel ings 1 Secretary-Treasurer, Allen Davis; Reporter Renee Jellings; listoriun, Dennis Topi-. Henee Jellings — Reporter 90th BIRTHDAY DINNER About sixty relatives gathered n the home of Mr. and Mrs. N. ?. Henry, Sunday to help Mr. Henry celebrate his nineith jirthday. Present were Mrs. Jessie Shepard, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle •thepard and family, Mr. and Vlrs. Lawrence Shepard and fam- ly, Ferryville, Wis. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Jones and family, Chicago, 111. Mr. and Mrs. LaVern Schissel and family Dubuque, Mr. and Vlrs. Don Peters, Waterloo, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Stinger, Mt. Vernon, Mr. and Mrs. David Fulton, Ames, Mr. and Mrs. Lou- rkn Trudo and family, Postville, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Smith, Mar-, jorio und Marvin,' Kir. and Mra. Harold Smith and family, Frank Smith, Mrs. Ethel Mclntyre, Mrs. Verda Trudo, Mrs. Carmy Nordhus and Duane, David Tope, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Tope and Mr. and VTrs. Andrtco Haas all of West Union. Mr. and Mrs. Don Henry and Mr. and Mrs. Ray E. Potter, Fayette. Afternoon callers were Mr. and Mrs. Clair Shepard, Phoenix, A. R. Cravvrords Return From Trip Mr and Mr.:. ,\. H. Crawford 'Vlunu'il M.iiivkiv fruiii a 10 day trip vi.-iitini 1 . in llic IHHIIC nt her sister, Mi. an, I Mi.. Ulan Honors atDivater III. Al-u her other i'-u •[• and Ini-'l'.ind, Mi\ and Mrs. [•Yank Mulhuly, irom Uleiulale, Calif. '1'lu'ii tu Indiana In Mrs. ,'r.iwl'urd's old home aiul visited uncles an.) aunts. September Birthday Club To Meet Mrs. Myimt Muellerm)'. will lie !ioste\s to the September birthday rlulj a, LI one o'clock hmeh- i'on I'Yiday, September llilh. Mrs. Katherin dross will lie en-host. -s: Brim; an arliele for the white eleplunt .-.ale. Anyone with Sep tt'lnbt-r birthdav is weleume. Kay Family Reunion Last Sunday The third annual Fay family reunion was held Sunday at the John Kay home. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Howard Crandall, Oelwein; Mr. anil Mrs. Wm. Corki-ry and family. Wadena: Mr and Mrs. Herbert Kay, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Olson of Cedar Fojls, Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Strei^ht, SI. Paul, Minn; Rev. and Mrs. J. E. DeLong, Clear Lake; Rev. and Mrs. George Yout/.y, Coli'sburg, and Mr. and Mrs. Monte Fay. Ariz., and Mr. and Timin, Di-s Moines. Mrs. Loel Volga River Riders Have Trail Ride Forty-eight riders and thirty spectators of the Volga River Riders Saddle Club attended a Trail Ride at the Everett Sinnott home, Sunday afternoon, Aug. 2fi. Weekend Guests In W. F. Hall Home Labor Day Weekend guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Hall of Fayette were Mrs. Mary Parks of Minneapolis, Minnesota, Mrs. Ruth French of Evanston, Illinois and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hall of Rock Island, Illinois. Guest In L. C. Surfus Home Sunday guests in the L. C. Surfus home were his brother, Lyle, and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Surfus of Fort Wayne, Indiana. FUTURE must be CITIZENS — twins. Pictured They above are Cheryl and Karyl Heinemann who live on a farm near Fayette. The girls' parents art- Mr. and Mrs. Axel Heinemann of Route 2. FAYETTE (Special) — Mayor Uoscoe F,. Cousins, who left for Kranre Tuesday morning, was presented with a purse for trip expenses from both the Chamber of lAimnuTc'e and the City C'oun men Monday evening. The presentations took piaco at the G & B Cafe' after the Council adjourned for a short period escorlinj; the Mayor to the place. Mrs. Paul E. (Lois) Davis pre- :enti d the $100.00 purse from the 1'hamber of Commerce to tho Mayor as Chairman of the committee to raise the funds. $52.00 was donated by local citizens and the remainder was taken from the Chamber treasury. Councilman R. R. Erion presented another purse to the mayor on bohulf of the members of tho City Council. Members of the Chamber of Commerce joined in the evening Mayor and Mrs. Cousins will be in France this Friday to attend ,lv.' observance of the 200th birthday of Lafayette after whom Fayette is named. Guests In Mary Thomas Home Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Teplitz of Chicago arrived Saturday for a visit in the Mrs. Mary Thomas home. The ladies are sisters. DRESSING RIGHT FOR COLLEGE L Dr. Q. C. Wilson I, and twc daughters, Meredith and Claudia arrived Sunday for a visit in the home of Dr. Wilson's sister, Miss Anna Wilson. Dr. Wilson is head of the Journalism department of the State University of Utah at Salt Lake City and is returning to his home from Boston, Mass., where he has been attending the National Journalism Teachers 'Meeting held there last week, and which he is President. Meredith and Claudia spent the week with their brother and family, Mr. and Mrs. Q. C. Wilson II, and son Paul Michigan. Miss Wilson at Ann Arbor, and Miss Nell Fleming, a guest in the Wilson home,'drove to Marion, to meet them, and part of the day was spent at the Amana's before returning to Fayette late Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Paul and children left the last of the week for Chandler, Arizona, where .'.hey will make their home this winter. Mrs. Myrna Moullering went to Guttenburg Friday where she visited in the home of her brother, H. E. Moser and family and attended the wedding ; of her nephew, Gene Moser and Catherine Hoepfle at Buena Vista Saturday morning at eight o'clock. Mr. Moser brought Mrs. Moellering back to Fayette on Sunday. • • • • Mr. and Mrs. Dale Chase have moved into their new home which was recently completed on south Washington street. They have sold their former home on east Water street. * » » » The Willie Langerman 'family returned from Chicago and have moved into the Miller apartment on King street, Going off to college for the first time Is an experience that pro* duces mixed feelings of Independence and uncertainty In any young fellow. Naturally enough, he wants to do well and he wants to have the feeling that he "belongs" In his new surroundings. An Important part of belonging Is being dressed right — wearing the clothes that fit in with his new situation and his home away from home. For the most part, reports the American Institute of Men's and Boys' Wear, Ivy styling has climbed to unprecedented heights on campuses across the country and the Ivy tradition which got Its start at colleges In the Northeast Is now securely anchored to halls of learning from coast to coast. Though subtle differences exist In university clothes In the various sections of the nation, the university men pictured here are dressed right In this assortment of Ivy-type campus favor- 11 e i. Note the slim-legged pleatlesa slacks, the button- down collar shirts and the striped sports Jackets. Favorite •hoes Include plain toe bluchers, moccasins and wing tips. In the Northeast section of the country, while a few differences do exist, the choices of •lacks, sports coats, sulta, shirts and ties are much the same from campus to campus. Here, as In many other sections, high schoolers are fast to adopt the faihlon standards of their col' Ufl-tfl University men In the South have adopted the new neater look In a big way, striving for a smart yet sensible appearance In contrast to an almost-sloppy look that was the rule Just a few short years ago. In the Southwest, where denim riders and frontier pants were the rage, most student* have switched to the Ivy-type duds of their Eastern cousins. From walk shorts to formai< wear, there is little to distinguish the clothes of the Midwestern college man from those In the East. On the West Coast, climate accounts for some variation In the type of clothes worn on college campuses, but the Ivy influence has finally made tho transcontinental migration to the shores of the Pacific. One basic difference is the inclusion of swlmwear In the baste wardrobe of college men In this ar«a until well into November. Dressing right for any college, U.S.A.. doesn't mean dressing expensively. It does mean possessing a balanced wardrobe appropriate for all campus occasions to provide that added feeling of social comfort and confidence..
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