Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on October 3, 1957 · Page 2
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Fayette, Iowa
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Thursday, October 3, 1957
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HURDLED' BY CAR AT STATE FAIR p ro f esslona l & Business Directory Establisnea m Published every Thursday morn. SUBSCRIPTION RATES Fayette County > Outside Fayette Cur.;. SECOND CLASS MAIL PRIVILEGES AUTHORIZED AT FAYETTE, IOWA I01UR PRESS < BSSflllfllttn 57 N A C '< A ASSOC 1 ' AT iffiN CHURCH SCHEDULE Grace Lutheran Church DONALD L. KIMBALL JOSEPHINE BORCHERT WAYNE BARNES WILLIAM FINCH MISS ANNA WILSON MRS. FRANK CUM MINGS MRS. TED LENIUS MRS. RALPH DICKINSON First Methodist Church Paul L Huscher, Mmi:-irr M- Wesleyan Methodist I c.vro fur «p' •<-'atori at the •>• " A ?; • •t-il'nc run vn !Idle k ff 1)V;IM, th'« Dancing '"7 IhiMJ '.n 'i 'j s'atuiilu) tilght, EDITORIAL Hi '.>. .1: una..y M.-i n.i \ultft N .uirel :u» ,'U P I-. AY, St. Francis Church lather J^lm Ho*kopi Ma-. >•., 7 ::u .'V 1U ->0 ul -iv M a.- .-, 7 la a in. .-. S.lt 7 :(U tli 9 f« I' UNDERSTANDING IOWA CHILDREN i;> u.,y.« i.u-.vii ADOLESCENTS FEEL NEED TO "BELONG" lr HI :md a !• ; : iieuioi "I,..ol; .•lie ju.-t .-'!>oi in -I 'll leto n' i; 11111 i.;. .'iiilii. . pay When t: had. : Will. y..u s expen.-r. he would s much !r> a- bark 1:1 cii. 'You The bov OS.ill' J\ admit Kill lavu e:iarge< -have a ba ]i • • VOill'.-." ill: ;<•! Villi!'.-. In: ,111 Il 'OMl tin (The editorial this week is the r<-;'iiLtr column writ ten by Mr. Reuben Jones. I lu- i -d.it or U -lt the- ante! mi contained therein wa> •.ut !icn -ni to w.ur.ui; rJiton.il space and attention. I.A.) We've been "challenged" to wiite a lew gentle ( > ) Words in regard the too common it not iiagr.int violations of the school traffic light on Main Street ot the little college city. That light cost $0<'(J, plu* installation. It is of up -to-date type. \X ith a 1 ^-seconds betting oi the red "stop"- returning to flashing yellow "caution", it is ot the minimum inconvenience to the motoring public. I lie senior police officer remarked that anybody that can't wait 15 seonds for a little kid to crois the street, must \x: in "one -hell-of-ahurry" . Vi e most heartily agree. It is alleged that one afternoon last week, the re was a particular violation of this school light, that was very unfortunate- or VERY OFFENSIVE, one or the other, WE EXPRESS NO OPINION, WHICH. A local youth was some time ago charged with manslaughter, as an aftermath of a terrible highway crash, in which a gentle elderly married couple were killed. Last week the layette County Grand Jury did not indict this youth because of "lack of evidence". In the late afternoon of the day this youth was NOT indicted, he and his half-brother came thru Main Street from the north. 1 hey drove thru the red "stop" of the school light without any pause or halt whatever. If these half "brothers were in such deep meditation of the events of the day, that they both completely overlooked the school stop", they have our deepest sympathy. It COULDN'T have happened at a more unfortunate time, so far as "public feeling" is concerned. If, on the other hand, they deliberately ignored the school "atop" as means of celebrating the younger half-brother's "victory" over the Grand Jury- then some one certainly must have done a bungling job of presenting evidence to the Grand Jury, earlier that day. But whichever it was, some school child didn't get the "right of way" to which he or she has both moral and legal right. The school youngsters have their responsibilities too. They should NOT press the botton for the red "stop", then scamper off to the Post Office, while a motorist waits out the "stop" in vain. A "little" of such pranks goes a "long ways". GOOD CITIZENS BACK THEIR COLLEGE (The following editorial appeared in the Des Moines Register on 24 September 195/ and was submitted for publication by Mr. B. Caballero. Ed.) The administration of Iowa Wesleyan college in Mount Pleasant is justifiably proud of the success the college has enjoyed in raising money in its hometown of Mount Pleasant for the Wesleyan long-range development plan. In the past five years, the citizens ol Mount Pleasant and of Henry county have paid well over $200000 into Wesleyan's development fund. This is about one- sixth of the total amount the college has raised so far toward its five million dollar development fund quota. Mount Pleasant businesses and citizens also give over $13,000 each year for Wesleyan's basic budget. The citizens of Mount Pleasant, because they realize that their community is a better place to live because gimmick to make a shotgun it is the home of Iowa Wesleyan, have assumed a special float if dropped in the lake, kind of responsibility to aid in the growth of the college, He tells me it's insurance on This is a splendid thing and we congratulate all of the guns. Will about $5 buy in" parties concerned. Pvt. Knoedlen To Continue Training At Fort Polk Fort Polk, La. (AHTNC) — Pvt. John L. Knoedlen, 22, whose wife, Suzeann, lives at Quitman Et., Denver, recently Harold Austin Named Boy Scout Campaign Chairman In Fayette • •: 1 Au .-tui of Fayette will •hi- .iiniiial "Friends of • ' :.. ^ .nii|iaiM'i "i Fayette !!u- •aneral solicitation . :.:!•• !., kick-off October 22. A 'u.'.. appointment was an- by Robei t Garrison of I: •!• :n .': i'in <•. Montega District : i: I.. ' ("iiaii num. The Montagu unhide.-. ill tin mull. —• two of the 8 Wapsipinicon Buchanan and DIAMONDS SILVERWARE JEWELRY AND ELGIN HAMILTON AND BULOVA WATCHES SABOE JEWELRY WEST UNION, IOWA Radio & Television SERVICE Schneider Electrical Appliance Store Call 96 Fayette, la. DIAMONDS SILVERWARE JEWELRY AND ELGIN HAMILTON AND BULOVA WATCHES SABOE JEWELRY WEST UNION, IOWA DR. PAUL F. GOURLEY CHIROPACTOH Open Daily and Monday and Friday Evenings By appointment, closed Thuri. Lady Attendant Phone 82 Fayette SCHNEIDER INSURANCE Life-Aulo-Fire-Liabiliiy and Hospital Insurance 'Insurance you can depend on' PHONE BLUE 229 FayelJe DR. PAUL F. GOURLEY CHIROPACTOH Open Daily and Monday and Friday Evenings By appointment, closed Thuri. Lady Attendant Phone 82 Fayette BELLES FUNERAL HOME Prompt Courteous Service Ambulance Service Phone 199. Fayette. Fayette and Maynard YOUR FULLER BRUSH DEALER E. A. Underwood 214 Linden Street West Union, Iowa Gene Wm. Singer PLUMBING & HEATING FAYETTE. IOWA Phone 247 for Your Plumbing Heating & Wiring Needs Dr. Harry I. Robinson OPTOMETRIST Hours: 9 a.m.—4 pja. Ph. 1S6 ofc. Fayetia Black 79 ret. Iowa Insurance — Real Estate FAYETTE INSURANCE AGENCY Phone 14 BOB ANTHONY JOHN HOrM (YIK Insurance — Real Estate FAYETTE INSURANCE AGENCY Phone 14 BOB ANTHONY JOHN HOrM (YIK DR. E. J. DAHLQUIST Veterinarian Phone 171 Fayette. Ia. BUY, SELL, TRADE or RENT With Leader Want Ad» : 1. I 'n h A: • , M ( i)i. •:.-• attended the Montega Finance Seminar held in I. September 19. Don M. Council Finance Chair- rug H. Mosier, Wapsie 1 HlIlCll was then submitted to the Budget Committee of the Black Hawk County United Appead and other united campaigns K. K. President. Oliver throughout the Area. It was fina -nlv of Independence, and >uncil V Late:- Mr. Elli.-, .-aid to his wife, "I just ean't undo: stand that buy. Tliahiuckbaek bancut make., him look awlul. 11 only just onee he'd ei.iue back lookmy as if he'd even been 1.1 tiie barber- Oil. I LilVe ||/" The I 'e.'li i.-olle ill tins (inlUllli-!.- •.V.i.» Mot a d II t 'iT -n '<' ul .H -sU .e! ii- ta- Tin- .-.nil'., haircut conformed to a fashion .-et by other ado.'e -eiait . like himself, and seemed a., iieci .-.-ai y • and as natural to him as polished shoes did to bis father. We ale all conformists, but we adults arc often more skillful at supply-in".' iiou(l'-ser>miiiK reasons for our conformity than our chil- irc. "Everybody does it or wears it or has it," satisfies the youngster's need for a reason, and to the youngster this is .1 sufticicntly food reason. But we adults have ol'leii re- Memories SI"© Fragile/t-^!) ' ^(TiV 8«T NOT WHCN YOU re $rO*y 1'.. H A KODAK (.'/,,'.•».'(A • Well Dn* © Modern .pment • Rotary C ill JOHN D". AKIN Ph. 2574 Lamont Day or Nite P. 2 Gaibee of Fayette, President and State '••eip.iiun Boy Scout Director ii-iui-t. d the Seminar for the '.' •,'.!! ('hairman. The 'o'.al operating budget for Wap.-ie Area for 1DSB |s §07,- i.'ii.nij. Districts assume their •:i.!i- "i this budget, and the 2 ••unity Montega District has as t- objective Sll.5ti9.00. The bud;et .'.a- determined upon 1 'UO.UOSt iv tiie sciveral operating com- netees of the Council on which hi districts are represented. It FOR SALE APPLES SlD's USED FURNITURE Fayette, low* Phone Blue 208 ly approved at the August lfi meeting of tho Council held at Camp Ingawanis. The Boy Scout program has made great strides throughout the Wapsie Area in recent years with the present unit strength of 2-17 Cuh Scout Packs.Boy Scout Troops, and Explorer Posts. Scouting officials indicate that boy membership has increased iil r ;; over the past 7 year period, hut budget requirements have increased only 32%. Harold Austin will name members of his committee to conduct the general solicitation and Advanced Gift Subscriptions in Fayette in the near future. Bob .Miner is Town Chairman in Maynard: and Charles Stockman is Town Chairman in Hawkeye. SCHOOL SUPPLIES • PENCILS • TABLETS • NOTEBOOK PAPER • CRAYONS FAYETTE COUNTY LEADER Fayette Iowa serve Forces Act program at Fort Polk, La. Knoedlen is receiving eight weeks of advanced combat training after having completed basic training. A 1953 graduate of Britt Public 4977 High School, he was a lineman for Mountain State Telephone & John Hofmcyor or Bob Anthony ABOUT THIS QUESTION 'When Jim bought a 'gun floater', I thought it was a Telegraph in Boulder. His par began the second phase of six onts, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Knoed- raonths training under the Re- len, live in Randalia. surance to cover my guns against fire theft, loss or accidental damage?" Fayette Insurance Agency Fayette Phone 14 Trie beautiful Bel Air Sport S.don yvil/i Body by Rs.W. •;;i!!Hi:iii!iiliiiii!!Siiili!!li!lilil!i THANK NITE $25.00 This Saturday I EimBSi ;iH;il?;}iHIailii)!iHHffl'12ISi.'3 lUiiiiiliiiiH ING'S EXTRA GOOD AND THE GETTING RIGHT NOW! If you haven't had your hands nit a Chevy steering wheel this year, it's high time you hustled over to your Chevrolet dealer's for a performance sample. A tour Uiiuugh town brings out the best in Chevy's easy handling. Then Ret out on an open stretch of high­ way and nudge it a little. Feel that heads-up response and the solid, well-balanced way Chevy holds the road. Try a rough piece of road on your return trip and feel how smoothly Chevrolet's suspension rolls with the punches. Back to the showroom for the last revelation—to see how easy it is to own a Chevrolet with a late-season deal! tmvmm Only frutul i**tl Chvuvlt* tlw/ri See Your Local Authorized Chevrolet Dealer

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