Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on December 12, 1957 · Page 4
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Fayette, Iowa
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Thursday, December 12, 1957
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Laurie Up ham slayrd with hoi of West Union grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Fryi- last week rcriipcratinc from the flu. Mr. and Mrs. Morrill McC'or- mick "f Sumner were Sunday dinner and supper pticsts in the Frank Kdnmnd.-- iinme, Mr. and Mrs. ,1. W. Frye and Mrs. Elhel Clark of Fayette were Sunday 'dinner guests in tiae Charles Rulifson home at West Union. • • • « Mr. and Mrs. Lee Jellings visited Mrs. Jim Wilson at Wadena Sunday evening. • ' • • . Geneva MeConil) and Marilyn Arthur installed the Center Do- R-Hest l-II Offjeers in a candle liglit iTivMnuiy Tuesday, Nov. 20 in the sehoo! gym. Officers installed were: Mardene Davis, president; Marilyn Arthur, vice- president; Cathleen Barry, sec- rcary; Marjorie Pavis treasurer; Gene v a McComb, Historian. Those helping with the installing were Mardene Davis. Cathleen Barry, Dons Alley, Helen Houston and Marjorie Davis. Fight mothers and Mrs. Merle Bovis were guests. A tea followed the ceremony sei ved by Mardene Davis. Marilyn Arthur, Geneva McComb and Emily Sullivan. Mrs. De.me Davis is the new substitute leader. • • • * • Thanksgiving dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Turner were. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Tunic". Joyce and Jim of Manchester; Mrs. Milo Oldfathcr and Roger of Wadena; Mrs. Joe Burke of Bar.iboo. Wisconsin; Mr. and Mr.-. C;;r', Turner of Waverly: Mr. and Mrs. Walter Turner and Elmare Fayette; Mr. and Mrs. Llovde Sprague, Mr. and Mrs. Art' Bratt of Randalia. • * • • A birthday dinner was held Thanksgiving for Fred Orbcll, who was 91, Nov. 29. at his home. Present were Mr. and Mrs. George Grimes and Robert Odekirk of Waterloo; Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Grimes and Steven of Moline. 111., and Mrs. Bessie Ode- kuk of Randalia. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Frye helped their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mis. Kenneth Upham move info their new home they built in West Union, giving Day. 12 DECEMBER 1957 dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Sehrocder at Strawberry Point. Mrs. Lor a Belt and Genevieve Fordyce of Oelwein, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Quass and family of Tripoli, Mrs. Donna Johnson, Marland McComb and Geneva, and Richard Scanned were Thanksgiving dinner guests of Mrs. Gladys Winter at Alpha. ? « « • • Mr. and Mrs. Charles Unkrich and sons of Brimingham were Thursday and Friday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Arthur. Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Sherwood and family of Percival and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Grant and family of Lansing were also guests. AEC Give* - Interstate Green Light . On Atomic Plant The go ahead signal to start development of the first atomic power plant in the midwest was given today by the Atomic Energy Commission to the Central Cast oi Sioux Palls, South Dakota, on the Big Sioux River. The Central Utilities Atomic- Power Associates is composed of 11 mid-west operating utilities that are building a plant under the sponsorship of the Northern States Power Company of Minneapolis, Minnesota. The actual Utilities Atomic Power Associ- , ates of which Interstate Power contract giving authority for rc- Companv is a member. The 66,- se »r ch and development was 000 kw" atomic electric plant, therefore entered into by which is to be called "Pathfinder" will probably be located north- tht' ABC and NSP. This was the first contract signed this year under the Commission's third-round re- November of 838 pounds of milk actor demonstration program and and 31.8 pounds of butlerfat. included a waiver of fuel-use Cows that completed their charges, which is in keeping with lacation during the month with the Commission's practices under a record of over 400 pounds its reactor demonstration program. STEVENS HEADS LIST OF LETTERMEN FAYETTE — Little All-Ameri- iea selection Terry Stevens heads a list of 26 lettermen announced today by Dr. Eugene Beck, head of the Upper Iowa University athletic committee. Of the group, Stevens and seven other men are seniors who will graduate. Aside from his second consecutive year at an Iowa conference all-league choice and third team Little All-America status, the Fayette senior finished well up in the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics national statistics. Total Offense He finished second in total offense statistics to Stan Jackson of California Poly with a total of 19 J-J yeards and a 212.C game average. He also finished fifth in the nation in passing with 1271 yards and a 141.2 average. In addition. Upper Iowa finished eighth in team passing with a 153.9 average. Lettermen announced include seniors Stevens, Cabalka, Independence; Monte Fay, Fayette; Ronald Goldsmith, Anamosa; Karl Moe, West Union; Kenneth Sawyer, Livermore; Don Smith, Blue Island, 111.; and Ken Ran- buttcrfat. were found in the following herds: Howard W. Smith, Maynard, one registered Holstein with 643 lbs.; A. E. Smith Est. and John W. Ingels, Maynard, one grade Holestien with 578 lbs.; Louis Fettkether and Lowell Cannell, Fairbank, six 'Further engineering studies must be mode to determine the plant's exact location," M. L. Kapp, president of CUAPA and head of Interstate, stated. "The location must also be approved by the Atomic Energy Commis- registered and grade Guersneys s ion. Several factors, including with 556 , 529, 480, 479. 446, and t he water supply even in periods 433 lbs. fat; Art and Tom Gildner, 0 [ gre at drought, will finally de- Sumner, two registered Holsteins temvine the exact location of with 563 and 435 lbs.; Frnest the plant." Peasley, Oelwein, three register- The con tract between NSP and ed Holsteins with 552, 537 and 475 lbs.; Otto Rakowicz and Lowell Cannell, Sumner, five registered and grade Holsteins with 513, 481, 476, 436, and 630 lb».; Ernest Miehe, Maynard, two registered Holsteins with 505 and 453 lbs.; Gene H. Brownell, West the ABC clears the way for full- scale research and development of the new plant's atomic reactor. Before actual contruction of the plant Js started licenses must be received from the Atomic Energy Commission permitting ownership and operutlon of a. regale, three registered and grade actor Re8&arch( development and Holsteins with 431, 427, and '19 lbs.; A. J. Meyer and Norman Klink, Westgate, one Holatein with 403 lbs. fat. construction of the plant, as well 52R.oon.noo. Electneal Cliei gy from the Pathfinder atomic plant will flow into the Interstate Power system over transmission lines interconnecting NSP and IPC. Assistance in research and development to be made by the Acinic Ener gy Commission is valued at $0,000,000. and the Commission's waiver of fuel charges is valued at about $1,000.000. The 10 midwest utilities that have joined with Interstate in forming the Central Utilities Atomic Power Associates will contribute $3,050,000 toward research and development. The rest of the cost of the plant, including all construction costs, will be paid by NSP. _ The name "Pathfinder" was selected tor the plant, Kapp said, "to honor that pioneer explorer, Major General John C. Fremont, who was called 'Pathfinder' by the Indians for his exploration of much of the area now served by the pout r companies who are cooperating in development of this plant. The name has added significance when we remember that this plant will also be u pathfinder along the route of man's constan; effort to improve his way of life." The U other midwest power companies participating with IPC and NSP in development of the atomic plant include Mississippi Valley Public Service Co., an operation of it for' the first five Winona, and Otter Tail Power years, is expected to cost about Company, Fergus Falls, Minneso- and Light Co., 1957 ARCHERS MOVE TO TOP 1956 DEER KILL Hunter success of 1957 archers apparently will surpass that of 1956, a check of report cards filed with the Conservation Commission's biology section has revealed. As of December 4, a total of 103 deer kills has been reported ^l",^ 31 .„ /- 1,.!.... ri!„i„„.. e °es Moines, successful hunts as successful ones. In the past, hunt report carts have been invaluable in increasing our knowlenge of Iowa's deer herd, and the percentage of such returns has been among the highest in the nation. Sportsmen are reminded that if their cards have been lost, new OM0 can be obtained by writing the State Conservation Commission, East 7th and Court Ave., ta; Iowa Power Des Moines, Iowa Southern Utilities Co., Centerville, Iowa; Wisconsin Public Service Corporation, Milwaukee, Madison Gas and Electric Co., Wisconsin; Northwestern Public Service Co., Huron. S.D : ; St. Joseph Light & Power Co., St. Joseph, Mo.; nnd Central Electric & Gas Co.. Lincoln. Neb, KNIT HEADWEAR $1.49 and up FOR TOT'S — TEEN AND THE YOUNG IN HEART CHOOSE FROM Earwarmer — Scarf — Pony Tail and Flat-top styles. White or Color Combination. Angora and Wool WHITE FUR MUFFS FOR TOT AND TODDLER WARM AND CUDDLY $1.98 & $2.98 The Little one will love these cute styles — So very warm too. kin, Knoxville." Others include to the Commission's Biology Sec- Elmer Alderdyco, Delta; Lee Boehme, Litchfield, 111,; Dennis Brumm, New Hampton; John Chandler, Ridgeway; Arnold DeRuiter, Lynnville; Robert Dirks, Waterloo; Robert Beorge, Hammond, Ind.; Robert Johnson, Fayette; Louis Kearney, Fayette; ted in the sport as compared to Dale Kreimeyer, Ackley; Wayne ^227 this year lion, with a substantial number of reports still not in. When all of the cards have been returned it is reasonably certain the bow- and-arrow success will surpass the 117 harvested last year. In 1956, 1284 bow hunters participa Mrs. Carrie Talcott returned home Saturday from a weeks visit with her daughter, Mrs. Wayne Rife and family at Nichols. ...^j Martin, Waukon; Milton Mohs, Thanks'- Postville; Robert Rick, Blue Island, 111.; John Youngblut, Oelwein; Paul Richards, Fayette; Lee Sill, Randalia; Veryl Sell, Sumner; and Richard Schmidt, Three Rivers, Mich. Mv. and Mrs. Raymind Geiseman, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Waskow, George and Evelyn of Sumner were Thanksgiving dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Oakes. * * • • Mr. and Mrs. Frank Thyer, Phillip and Debra were Sunday When licenses were issued, hunters were requested to complete and return the hunter re port cards within three days after the close of the season. The bow-and-arrow season ended November 23. Hunter report cards for the two-day shotgun season, Wednesday, December 11. December 7 and 8, were due All deer hunters — both bow- and-arrow and shotgun — are A : urged by Commission biologists Association to complete an d, return report Maynard — With 687 cows on cards to the Commission's Des test, 150 dry, the Fayette county Moines office as soon as possible. Dairy Herd Improvement Asso- Everett Speaker, Superinten- ciation No. 3 had an average dent of Biology, states that "It is production for the month of just as important to know of un- Average Production Reported By Dairy *1 NYLON'S DRIVE. for fine food 79<t to $1.49 FOR THE LADY Evening Sheers — Walking Sheers — Service Gauge — Stretch — Seamless — Proportioned Styles NOW IN STOCK BAKER'S Variety^ •UIU-4N SUDSWATIMAVIR-AT NO IXTRA COST Cut washday com almait In Vil SEe THEM NOW-AT ALL-NBAJ 'SB FRIGIDAIRE 3-RIKS AGITATOR WASHERS rorCLKANBST OLOTHIO LINT RWAOVAU. ORIUT SPIN by U. 1 TiSTINO CO., INC, In t»it of tlx Lading automotlc waihtrt. wit controlled laboratory condition!, th .M great ntw Woldelre Watlwft got clorhai up to S0*'o cl*onir—autotMilleally loft (on lint on cloth« than watheri with fillort that mutt b» «l«*»»d by hand - tpun clolh.t up la 41% drlw thin tha atn'tr automatic wathtrt t»»t.d by U. 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