Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on February 20, 1958 · Page 1
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r"?:. OF hi:-.7'':.v; L .'. j } i .'11.') 1'..' , I . VOLUME 42, NO. 34 ••••*•*'• FAYETTE, IOWA Price Five Cents 20 FEBRUARY 1958 But I don't WANT a Haircut! the editor ':'l Jt was a real pleasure to speak before the Fayette PTA Monday evening. We got to meet several nei^'heightors whom we've not haq. t]ie pleasure of meeting. "••"• ' ttw Circulating the School reorganization .'petition, we also got to m^et .some new .neighbors on our , •own''''block, Mr. and Mrs. Dale ..Owftt'Vahti' also Mrs. Richard f^' Otley, all three of whom we had never met. ttw Out* neighbors, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Templeman, left us for Florida Tuesday. We tried to warn Paul that if he left he might .miss the rest of the winter, but he 'tiidn't seem concerned. And by the'time he gets this week's paper down there in the deep south '.he"ll be even less concerned. {We hojpe you folks are enjoying yourselves.) ttw Mrs. Ada Larson suggests that we pciqt in the paper that warm weather is forecast just so everyone will feel better, ttw One of the most beautiful 50th Anniversary receptions we have yet "attended was held in the But Daddy, I don't want my hair c Maynard Community Hall Sun- £° n ' '«nker, as he sits m day'afternoon for Mr. and Mrs. Ml ' Brown °P<-'™^ H«' *"" John Delsing of Maynard. Girls I'AYETTE IN SEMI-FINA!" DOWN GARNAVILLO 66-59 By Kip Knight Fayitto worked its way to the- Boys Simi-finals at Postville Thursday by defeating Garnavillo (!6 59. Garnavillo managed to keep abreast of Fayettc during the fir.it 2 quarters in which the score remained tied 9-9 and 2020 at lialftime. The Cardinals rallir-d during the third quarter an ! through the effective work- ; ng of Hcdel's press Garnavillo foil behind some 13 poinLs in the H inin. period. •lit: That's what little Garth Koeher seems to be saying to Ronald tin' chair while Kalph Brown, lo-al hanxT, perf- > ms the operation, owned by Virgil Borelx-rt, agim; K.:;,vtte dileita t< . (Leaderfoto) The whole affair was for the Professor Douglas most part a result of the ma- , , neuverings and preparations of Attends Meeting Fayette's Joe Wright, who mod- estly'gave credit to the ladies in Mayri£r4. who served. decorated ttw Grover J. Douglas, professor of English at Upper Iowa University, and member of the State Board of Directors for the Iowa oAROUND TOWN... While there we met Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Meyer of Westgate who told us that the flowers for our wedding (5 May 1957) were mixed up with their granddaughter's, Jean Meyer who was married the same day. We didn't know it, in fact,we don't even recall the flowers. All we know is that things have been different ever since! ttw Saturday was our 25th birthday. 'Prof. B. commented that "Now, V«th of your life is gone." We changed that to 2/3 'behind. ttw Seriously, the most treasured ol the birthday cards was one inscribed, "To Representative Kimball from the Arlington Eighth Grade Class." We think it has a very special meaning and shall always treasure it. Conference of College English, t* w . attended the bi-annual meeting This week-end is Fayette of this Saturday, February Dollar Days. All the progressive ^ ^ the high gchool builtling in merchants have planned some Mai . shalllown . specials and invite you here to Represenling Jhe sma ii cologes shop. Herbert Prescotl, Grinnell; ttw Grover J. Douglas, Upper Iowa Then there's the story of the University . area man who drove many miles p ro fessor Douglas holds the to get a pair of insulated boots office O f Secretary-treasurer for lor $18.95 and saw the same ones the ICCE fm , a tem of two years _ in Nelson's for $12.99. Two conclusions: We've got to let people know we have much they need right here in Fayette—and get them trying Fayette First! ttw There's the story of the teenage girl who was listening to an account of a famous 19th Century robber and killer who had killed 2i persons before he was 21 years old. Her questior model car did he drive?" ttw We went to Oelwein evening to see FHS Juniors L •^n^^^sri^r.^sis ir SS£ if »= srr s^x sr,e -^ "sHff-H ="~ e »° "- £ Dumermuth (He didn t get to k play), Mary Austin, Carol Clark, next WCCK. Diane Ashby, -the editor and two * * unidentified boys. But, you know we made a lot of Mrs. Hvtgo, Pick, Qelwein, visited in the home of Mrs. Chris ~.i. uiu.s: eii Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Karl Viern-.v, "Jiibuque, Mr.-.. Chris Rasmussen :m:l Jean Ann Cowles all attend ed the wedding of their cousin Alma Sue Loomis, Arlington to Leslie Hillman, Stanley, at the MVthoai-U Church in Arlington '•'.atur.'lay evening. • • • • Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Craft, of West Union, wire visitors in th'' K. A. Billings home Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. John Bena are the parents of a son, Benny John, born Feb. 15. Weight 8 lbs/3% o/.. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Olson. Philatheas To Meet February 26th The Philatheas will meet with Mrs. Margaret McSwceney on Wednesday, February 26th,, with picnic dinner at 12:15 p.m., and afternoon entertainment. Fayette Chapter, AAUW Completes Program The Intenici'.ional Relations Division of the Fayette chapter of A.A.U.W. has just completed a study program. Through the month,, of, January .. from ten tq fifteen people*-paiTicipated In''a review of the history and ac- '•omplishiuents of the United Nations and its specialized agen- cie.-'. A study ...Tngrani of this kind is one of the services of A.A.U.W. especially to non-members for the purpose of intellectual .stimulation in various areas. A similar group last year par- t'eipated in an interesting study .jn tin: problems of the Far East. Visitors With Mrs. Martha Noble Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ingles of Maynard visited in ihe home of Martha Noble here before leaving on a trip to Pheonix, Arizona and o her points west. Rosary Society To Meet February 26th The Rosary Society will meet in the Parish Hall on Wednesday afternoon, February 20th. Hostesses will be Mrs. Harry Schneider, Mrs. Howard Hubbell, and Mrs. Jim Oliver. Dr. R. G. Rich Buried Here Grave-side services were held Saturday in Grandview cemetery at Fayette at 9 a.m. for Dr. R. G. Rich, a former resident. He had been tparaclicing physican in David City, Nebraska for a good many years. He passed away Feb. 12 after a long illness. His body was accompanied hevc by his daughter, Mrs. Edward Hoskinson of Phoenix. Arizona. His wife, the former Georgia Cobb is in very poor health and unable to travel. The sympathy of their former friends is with the family. Tlie invaders Irom the Upp< r Mississippi Con'.-r n e cut thf U-ad to H in the fourth quarter but fell behind !,> the final (io-50 Maxson. Marvin and Kischeid lead the Cardinal scoring with 22, 21, and 17 poims respectively while Marting's 17 was hinh for Garnavillo. Fayette's remaining honv ! r ,:;u:e will be played against S a:.ley Tuesday th- 25 instead of the 21 as oririn;Ty scheduled. Eight senior boys, I.arry Maxson, Hob Marvin, Deane and Duane Watkins, Mill Hughes, Lowell Paul, Steve Taleott, and Max Gross playing their final game in the Cardinal suit, will try to finish the season with a win at t!u- expense e.f vi-:i'.in r ; Stanley. Sandra Gray Celebrates Birthday Mrs. R. C. Gray eniertaine.il at a party Saturday afternoon, Feb. 15 for her daughter, Sandra, on her 10th birthday. After games were played, Sandra opened her gifts, than lunch was served. 'Present were: Harriet Johnson, Louise Pickett, Paula Gould Nancy and Marcia Geckner, Pattie Scheidle, Steve and Susie Aanes, Galen, Donna Sue, Bonnie Lou Polpcnhagen of Fayette, also Mr. and Mrs. H. Bucnzou Zatha Legtmeier and Elnor Schnor of Sumner. Fayette Chief of Police. Martin Timni today i.-sued a warning to parents and younger girls in the community, both in college and school. Tlit- police warning came after a man in an automobile tried to pick up an Upper Iowa College girl and an Eighth Grade local girl. Thursday afternoon of la=t week an Upper Iowa student. Kay Shields, of south of Fayette and north of Stanley sought the _ CZll^-L^ -SI 11 f| +J\J L-ll 4-H LEADERS from Fayette county, who met with leaders and ex tension personnel from 94 counties at Iowa State College recently rest a minute after the morning coffee hour. The all-day Dueling stressed the local leader's role in helping young people understand themselves and in helping prepare them for the future. Pictured from left to right are: Front Row; Mrs. D. W. Woods, Melvin Gust, Mrs. Harold Hare, Back Row; Harold L. Boulton, and Howard Jones. (Courtesy Register) BETTERMENT COMMITTEE HOLDS MEETING The second meeting of the Betterment group was held at the cold weather to attend. Due to this small attendance no* pcr- monent organization was formed, reports from organidations Fayetto Chamber of Commerce regular meeting will be held February 27. New Granddaughter For Ethel Clark Mr. and Mrs. J. H. McNamer of Iowa City are the parents of a son, Matthew Doan, born on February 19th. He weighed ten poundft and seven ounces. MoT Ethel Clark of Fayette is the maternal grandmother. Mrs MteNamer is the former Patricia Clark. Public Welcome At Wesleyan Church Films Rev. E. D. Nix and Rev. Jacob DeKoning will be accompanying a film entitled "Proclaim Liberty" to be shown at the Wesleyan Methodist Church in Fayette. Both will speak briefly following the film. The film will be shown at 8 p.m. and the public is welcome, according to Rev. H, W. Johnson. Local Ladies Attend Missionary Meeting Miss Sylvia Sampson, Miss M-ide Benton, Miss Abbie Swales and Mrs. Carrie Talcott attended i missionary meeting at Garden "Va'rie Thursday. The meeting was in the home of John Swales. MR. AND MRS. JOHN DELSING, Maynard, pose before their anniversary cake at their 50th wedding anniversary celebration held Sunday at the Maynard Community hall. Cathrine Kipp and Mr. Delsing were married Feb. 18, 1908, at New Hampton. In December of 1922 thoy moved to Maynard where they have since owned and operated the furniture store and funeral home. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Wright, Fayette, sponsored the celebration. Mr. Wright is a coworker in the funeral home. (Courtesy Register) "ub Scouts To Meet Sunday Evening A Blue and Gold Banquet (;x>t- Lick .aij/ or) will be held aL 7:00 i m. Sunday evening, February -'3, at the Fayette High School Gym. Many awards will be presentee? ami a largo attendance is expected. Willing Workers Meet With Violet Mack The Willing Workers Club met at the home of Violet Mack on February 13th. Eleven members and two guests were present. There was a Valentines gift ax- change and -a lunch. Fayette County EJeef Producers Tour March 13th A tour of several feeding establishments located in Delaware, Dubuqe and Jones County will be held March 13th 1958, This tour will be made by bus and will leave Oelwein, Iowa at 8 a.m., Maynard 8:15, Arlington 8:30, Maryville 8:45. Anyone wishing to make this trip please mail your chuck to the Maynard Savings Bank in the; amount of §4.00 to cover cost of transportation an dinner by March Third. Tlv-'i-e will be at leas. G stops n th: a'ove counties to loo 1 .; at all ty,) s of feeding operations. Sponsored by the Fay.:ttj Co. Uc-L'f Producers Ass'n. OTJTS TO START c , SAFETY DRF'E J-aUirday, l'e!-ruary 22, Ls the •'at" when the 1200'Boy Seout.s Cub Scouts, ;md Explorer Scouts of the ;\vo county Montega District launch the 195U Safety Goo'l Turn. The plan is to distribute two types of leaflets to every community in the district. Dr. Gene E. Beck, Fayeue, the Montagu District Health and Safety Chairman explained that 10,000 of taese leaflets had been prepared for distribution. Beck stated that one type of leaflet was designed to give pedestrians as a reminder on jaywalking, walkin,? against the light, and failure to look both ways before entering a street. The other leaflet is of a general nature that reminds citizens to "Back the Attact for Safety — It can Happen to YOU." These will be distributed by Scouts to homes .and businesses. The Iowa Highway Patrol under the direction of Lt. Mel Hove has offered to assist the Scouts aid of .Martin Timm and LJoycl Molt/man just after this man • ritd to induce her to get in his car. The Shields girl also reported that the man was trying to get a younger girl j n his car. While la'.k'n; with the policemen, ihe "«r (Iro-e by nt which time the police not thr car licence hum- 'i-r an I county iclcnlification. ".ien Timm ;md Holtxman drove ni! Highway No. M to follow the car but could not. Upon return- in- to town, the car was there. Mar! in Timm then took the ni.-in^ into custody and then to the Town Hall for questining. Th" man was Ray Howard Hoder. :!>). of Northwest of Sum- n.:'. lie is marred, a farmer, and I' 1 !' father of ,-i month-old baby. Rnd"r h.-id been at the sale Ijarn in '.Ve t Union, according to '";ief Timm. and admitted trying io «et Ibe older f-irl in his' car but (l..niid attc'iivling to induce t'i" y.'-.uiy-.r ;;irl. Further investigation followed the incident. The information about the man was forwarded to Waterloo in connection with a recent incident there. The description ol the car matched that of one being sought by the Waterloo police.'Saturday afternoon two Waterloo detectives held a conference with the Fayette policemen. The police found the grade school girl reported by the college. She was Dayna Dumermuth, eighth grader aged 13. She reports that when the man suggested she get in she "Thought of that girl in Waterloo" and re- f'.ised. Martin Timm reported that furl!- ;,T invosiitjation revealed '.!u'.! the Suinner man plead quiky in 1050 to "Lascivious acts -.'/.tii a 12-yvar-old girl." In the court of Justice of the Peat".-, Lys.lo Woolriclge, the man was fined «25 00 and cost for disturbing the peace. Martin Timm said "I wanted to issue this warning to local par.-n (.:••. bvcaib-i- many i'eel that t've thin;;.-; c: n happen in'other ai'.d burger citie;; but not here. This is an example to you. Please warn your children NOT TO GET INTO CARS WITH STRANGERS." in thi'.-. important project. They have offered to transport Scouts to every community in the dis- trici to distribute leaflets. Many national Safety organizations are giving their backing to the Boy Scouts in this campaign for Safety. As stated the general kick-oi'f is to be the 22nd. of February; then during March, April, and May each individual Scout Troop, Cub Pack, and Explorer Post will carry on their own projects, emphasizing "Traffic Safety." Outdoor safety projects will keep Scouts busy in June, July, and (continued on page 8)

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