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April 13, 1961

Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa · Page 1

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New members of Form Bureau feted of banquet 'ended the new mnm last Saturday nieht at Bureau oS In Fa ' JK. Federatlon Mr. Thatehpr n ra «j n, THINK ' that and DO th °y wil1 T° I - P lhosc four things in mind = '• , It ,, thc TR " TH ' 2 ' Is il FAIR EFICIAL TO ALL CONCERNED. . m Bureau »s a family or- ganization ' if jt ™ ets these four The Heart Of Northeast Iowa's Scenic Wonderland Volume 47, Number 15 Thursday. April 13, 1961. Fayette, Iowa program in- He told farmers, Farm Bureau £ ° P • ^ ^ oSzatton n ? lnfluent j al onf "Whfn ' ' ' not , a Powerful Sower thTv rh,? r f an /» a V Wn gcts ' he Said " write to their congressman on £ ertain issues; Miss Fran Sch!u '«- bohm ' who sa «g « solo; Glair Claxton, who spoke as a voting delegatc: and the Smithfield Townshi P Kitchen Kuties band. some original He also stressed the fact that for* Satl Sdtr the farmers and not the nation as ***** Cornell college relays si-sis? Uy by commodity tels. He aid- clerk of the finish" and Floyd """ 1 ' *"*• h0 ^ H "' ma " <""> '•""V S=herl, *le°te *• s ° lvei °" m »«eiid in the college division «« the Fayette county Farm Bureau Dmf.rf 01 ;;, aS ° K S f°!f V he group on the subject, "Farm J^Vt^ m ? Y ^- Family Y! Parts of the text of his speech Grinnell, Iowa Teachers Iowa W <* Ie y™. Knox Loras, St. Ambrose, Simpson, Wartburg and Wright J""ior 'College of' Cht C ago Cl3SS AA Local parish to Burn mortgage at Special service The Wesleyan Methodist congregation will conduct a mortgage burning service on Sunday, April 10, at 2:30 p.m. The gyest speaker will be the Rev. Clarence Budensiek, President of the Iowa Conference of tho Wesleyan Methodist church. There will be special music by Rev. and Mrs. Clayton Elsberry of Waterloo, who is a former pastor. There will also be music by the choir. The old church burned on Jan. Pflasterer 23 > 1957 - a "d the ,new church was constructed in 1957 and dedicated on Oct. 27, 1957. The Rev. Howard Johnson was Pastor at the time of construction. Those on the building committee for the new church are: Carl Zupke, Clarence Nuss, Mrs. Floyd Durey, Miss Sylvia Sampson, Vaylord Zupke and Mrs. Wesley Talcott. The estimated value of the building is $70,000. The public is invited to attend. Eight Pages This Issue Machinery for Epco plant To arrive here next week The machinery and molds between the 17th "and 20th" of which will be used in the Fayette April, and that it will take at branch plant of the Epco 'cor- least two weeks to install He P ration is scheduled to arrive pointed cut that there will then in Fayolto early next week, ac- be numerous test runs of the new cording to Frank Evans, public equipment, and that full opera- rolalions director of the coror- tVm ma nt tlio iii.-irhiiiery rnfn COTB Fayette ratings listed In state music contest hito new location t u ™,r f P S? 1 t- " J your family, thinking and working with your neighbors and the other Farm Bureau families throughout the wtMn. It is an effective business soc- lal and political action organization, It u the farm family organization representing piwducers of all cornmoditiea, with all sizes of farms from all areas of our na- The m*mb«tr« maka the.d«oi*- kms in Farm Bureau through the time-tested processes of debate, discussion and majority vote. Although Farm Bureau policy has changed with changing conditions through the years, in recent times the philosophy of the Farm Bureau membership in regard to government and its role in agriculture has remained unchanged. It is based on the conviction that farmers can do more for themselves in co-operation with other farmers than through government action. Farm Bureau becomes stronger each year, and the stnonger it becomes, the better able we are to solve our problems. To advance and improve the economic, educational, social and cultural interests of agriculture including family and community development. To develop a united voice for an improved agriculture. Fayette County believes m large committees, it gives better coverage of our county and a well informed person makes for a better commltteeman, this in turn developes a stronger and hard working County Farm Bur**"• What does a sound, constructive organization need? 1. Adequate Finances. 2. Good sized membership. 3. Capable leadership. 4. Many workers. The effectiveness of an organization is size multiplied by the ability of the leaders, multiplied by the interest and zeal of the membership. As the members of Fayette County Farm Bureau go about their work of keeping Farm Bureau The Voice of Agriculture, I are; Be « e ndorf, Clinton, Grin- nel1 ' Iowa aitv - Jeffeiteon of Cedar Rapids, Marshalltown, Marion, Mt. Pleasant Washingto n of Cedar Rapids, and West Delaware Community. class A: Amana, Anamosa, Belle Plane, Cresco, DeWitt, i owa Valley Community, Independence, Maquoketa, North Scott, Regina of Iowa City, Sigourney, Tama, Tipton, Vinton, Wellman-Mid Prairie, West Liberty, and Williamaburg. CLo** B: Cblumbua Community Comanche, English Valley, Fay- e tte, Hardwick - Ladora - Victor Cons., Keota, Linn Mar, Mechanicsville, Mount Vernon, New London, Olds, Solon, South Winneshiek, Strawberry Point, Tama state School, Wapello, and West Branch. N uracry achool to Open next Monday Upper Iowa University will open its nursery next Monday, April 17> at 10 a m lt will be a two nour session Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 12 rj:!0n Parents wishing to register their children, if they have not already done so , should phone 165 Dr . Verle McBride, Department of Education. The nurser y schcol will run for a six weeks period, April 17 t^ugh May 26. There will be a $5 charge for the six weeks period p aren t s O r some other adult sh ,, uld bring the children on the tirst day . It has been found tnat children wno have attended nursery school are muc h beter able to adjust to kindergarten than those who have not attended. Plan to visit your Local public library Plan to visit your library during National Library Week, April 16 through 22. The public library will be open Wednesday and Saturday, afternoon and evening. Late additions to the shelves are: Dr. Tom Dooley's "Three Great Books;" Frances Parking- son Keyes', "Roses in December;" Nuclear Policy for . War and Peace" by Thomas E. Murray; "Medicine Today" by Marguerite Clark. "The War They Eaiutbi'.', bjf.JEUeharjdLA _HatwjelL A story of both the Blue and Gray. "Bridge to the Sun" by Gwen Terasaki; "The Dean's Watch" by Elizabeth Goudge; "The John Wood Case" by Ruth Suckow; "Efress" by Bess V. Oerke; "Youth at the Wheel" by Harold T. Glenn; "Onion John" by Joseph Krumgold and "Good- Bye, My Lady" by James Street. A gift of a table and chair 63 the reading room of the library has been given as a memorial to Minnie Humiston, by her grandchildren. stream* stocked Fishermen in the Fayette area may find trout of many sizes in the streams now, according to Conservation officer Wes Ashby. All of the streams in this area were stocked last week, except Glovers. Mr. Ashby stated that this was the initial stocking, and there schools are much better able to Donations to Bradley Fund still accepted Next week macks the anniversary of the death of little Sheila Bradley, five year old daughter ' of Mr. and Mrs- Ed Bradley, who died April 7, I960 of an incurable blood disease. Ait that time a fund was set up to purchase library books for the Fayette public library, in her name. A total of 46 books are now in the collection at the local library. All of the books are for children, and are available to be checked out and used. Anyone who cares to make a donation to the fund may send it either to Mrs. Philip Lorenz, or to the Leader office. Specially marked anniversary plates will be placed in the books for which money is received at the present time. The state music contest was held Friday. April 7, and Saturday, April 8 at fk-nver. Ratings received by local .students were as follows: Vocal music, 1— mixed quartet — Carole Dahlquist, Dayna Dumuvmuth. Larry Keig, and Doug Fay; solo — high soprano — Carole Dahlquist; solo-low voice — Lavonne Johnson; madrigal chorus — Carole Dahlquist, Harieyn Cue, Carol Clark, Andrea Nadeau, Dayna Dumermuth, Renee Jellings, Ann Austin, Lavonne Johnron, Gostin Talcott, Larry Keig, Gary Nading, Doug Fay, Alan Finger, Bill Lewis, and Steve Vcrmaztn. II Ratings: Girls sextet — Maty Manson, Joyce Oelberg, Janice Stettrns, Karen Ash, Renee Jellings, Kathy Keig; Men's double quartet Doug Fay, Maurice McBride, Alan Finger, Steve Yermazen^ jTfiz'Hr.ode, Lar- ryTteig,~Jostin Talcott, and Dane McBride, solo baritone — Larry Keig and Doug Fay; solo medium voice — Sue Crafton and Annette Baker; solo high voice — Har- ieyn Cue and Andrea Nadeau; solo tenor — Jostin Talcott. Kindergarten round-up To be held Wednesday Kindergarten Round-up will take place in the high school gymnasium on Wednesday, April 19, it was announced Monday by Superintendent Dean Curtis. This round-up is for the purpose of a physical check of all the children who will enter kindergarten next school year. The following schedule will be Instrumental music ratings were as follows: I _ Larry Keif-, baritone horn solo; Carole Dahlquist, flute solo; Ann Austin flute sob; flute trio, C. Dahlquist. A. Austin, D. Dumcrmuth; flute quartet, A Austin, D. Dum- ormuth, K. Keig, M. Austin; brass quintet, A Finger, S. Ver- inazen, G. Nading, L. Bennington, L. Keig, D. Fay. II — Al Finger, trumpet solo; clarindt trio, S. Mullins, J. Quandt, L. Johnson; clarinet quartet, L. Johnron, S. Mullins, J. Quandt, R. Jellings; mixed clarinet quarter, L. Johnson, J. Quandt, J. Miller, K. Campbell; trumpet trio, A. Finger, S. Vermazen, W. z b°™ik; trumpet quartet, A,. Finger, S. Vermazen, G. Nading, L. Keig. Rating H in piano swlo, K. Keig . and At Nadeau. Panel discussion is Scheduled at U.I.U. "Should Federal Aid to Education be extended, in any form, to religious and private schools?" This question will be discussed by a panel which will be made up of local clergymen, faculty members and students of Upper Iowa University. The program, which is open to the public, will take place on Thursday evening, April 20, at 7:00 in Room 216 of the Colgrove- Walker building, on the U. I. U. campus. The topic will be ' introduced by Dr. Charles B. Clark, Maltbie Prof, of government at U. I. U. alrO' act u>. Cooking demonstration At At ing for parents and children. Last names beginning with "A" — "G" — 9 to 9:50 A. M.; last names beginning with "H" —"P 1 — 9:50 to 10:40 A. M.; last names beginning with "Q" — "Z" — 10:40 to 11:45 A. M. , Refreshments will be served f f)Ilf)W 'ng l h p program. U. I. U. production to feature Fayette grade school students "The .Emperor's New Clothes," a comedy in three acts played by and tor children, will be. presented at'Upper Iowa university this weekend. The play, written by Charlotte Chorpenning, will be presented at 8:15 p.m. Friday, April 14, and again at 2:30 p.m. Saturday, April 16. _ All area elementary school children are invited to attend the play free of charge, according to Mrs. William Eaters, director. High school students will be admitted for 25 cents and adults for 75 cents, Mrs. Esters said. , Mrs, Esters, U. I. U. instructor in speech and drama, will be as-' gisted in the production by mem-, bers of the acting and directing class, and the Junior dramatic* claw. Tht pl«r, adopted from an pld lable, tak*» plw« "<w c « ««*>» • • - ^ » *» » w »y country," Characters in the play are all portrayed by Fayette community school students, including: Zar, Tom Butters; Zan, Tom Schmidt; Gong boy, Edward Bradley, Jr; Han, Rollie Stoneman; Tsein, Louise Pickett; Mong, Betty Scheidel. Ling, Bill Bitterman; Fan, Ernie Johnson; old woman, Harriet Johnson; the Emperor, Steve Aanes; the Empress, P a u 1 a Gould; the general, Dennis Hendrix: the child, Julie Clark. Children of the weavers, Linda Himmel, Rickey Hoffmeyer, Marjprie Henry, Sylvia Hendrlx. Citizens of the town, Mary Schmidt, Scott Linge, Dave Boulton, Vickie Richards, Ann Alderson, Carol Kennon, Pamela Curtis, Gary Beck, Steve Curtis, Carol Anthony, Brenna Lorenz, and Barbara Nading. Services held Friday MAYNARD — Funeral services for Gregg Allen Williams, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Williams, were held at 2 p.m. Friday, A^pril 7, at the Delsing- Wright funeral home with the Rev. Otto C. Schultz, pastor of the St. Peter's Lutheran church, Westgate, officiating. Burial was in the Westgate cemetery. He was born Wednesday, Apr. 5, at the Oelwein hospital and died the following day. Besides his parents he is survived by one brother, Jack, one sister, Susan, and his paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Williams, Westgate. Outlook club met The April meeting of the Outlook Club met with Mrs. Ethel Clark, -with Mrs. Barbara Meyer as her co-hostess. Mrs. Emma Masters gave a very interesting review of the book, "I Was A Spy," by Marian filler. x During the business meeting plans were made and delegates appointed to attend the Fayette County Convention of Womens' Federated Clubs, to be held in Westga,t«, on Friday, April 14. Tfte hotteisea served a lunch appropriate, to the Easter season, 5 faculty members Receive promotions Five faculty promotions were approved by the Upper Iowa University Hoard of Trustees Saturday, April 8, in their annual spring meeting. Approved for new academic ranks, effective with the fall term this year, were Keith L. Himmel, associate professor of chemistry and zoology; George W. Horton Jr., associate professor of mathematics; Charles Jones, associate professor of chemistry; Wendell G. Bradley, assistant professor of physics and mathematics; and Gary Wittlich, assis- tan professor of music. In other action Saturday the board gave 'approval for the 1901-62 University budget in an amount in excess of $889,000. This represents an increase of over $130,000 above the current budget, according to Judge W. H. Antes, West Union, chairman of the board. The board also gave tentative approval at plans for the construction of a new science building and a new field house-gymnasium. Construction dates for the two buildings was not announced, however, pending necessary financial investigations. A.A.U.W. to meet The Fayette Branch of the American Association of University Women will meet at the home of Mrs. Florence Lease in Sumner on April 18. The co-hostess will be Aignes Murphy. A study group report will be given by Mrs. Ester Liffring. All members are urged to be pres- Funeral services held MAYNARD — Funeral services for Allan Boyd Bands, 13, were held Saturday, Apr. 8, at at 2 p.m. at the Hintz Funeral Home, Qclwein, with burial in the Woodlawn cemetery, Oelwein. Allan was the son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bartels, Midlothian, 111. His father was a former Maynard resident. He met his death when accidently shot while playing with a neighbor boy. Besides his parents he is survived by ibur brothers, one sister, his paternal grandmother, Mrs. Wilma Bartels, Maynard, and his maternal grandmother, Mrs. Inez Lenz, Oelwein. the corpor- t!on may not begin until the !ltlon latter part of May. Mr Evans stated Tuesday that Two engineers will be in Fay- ulrl arrive hero ette when the machinery arrives, to supervise the installation, and to make the test runs. The machinery will be sot up in the former Billy Paul implement building, at the north end of Main street. The engineers inspected the building last week and indicated that the building was in Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lamphier satisfactory condition, moved tbrir G and B cafe this Mr. Evans stated that the sale past week-end into the newly of Epco stock in northeast Iowa remodeled restaurant building has- been going very well, and which previously housed the that the three plants at Elkader, Fayette bakery. The building is Garner, and Fayette should be 'i?cat«d just south of the former in full production soon. cafe. The Lamphiers completely re- Fire destroys house modeled the inside of tho build- r\ xiu^_* M _»• r ing, and added a 16 by 27 foot * Jn Alljcrt Martin farm addition to the rear of the build- Fire of unknown origin coming fr.i- kitchen space. They have pletely destroyed the house on installed new booths, and includ- the Albert Martin, Jr. farm west ed a party room, which can be of Fayette Monday afternoon. It used for meetings and other e- was not determined at what vents. time the fire started. The loss At the present time a restaur- was Partially covered by insur- ant naming contest is being held, ance as the owners plan to change the Fayette firemen were called to name of the establishment. All the scene about 4 p.m., Monday, entries should be taken or mail- and remained there until the fire ed to the G and B cafe, and the was out. They were unable to winners will be announced at the save the building, because it had grand opening, May 6 and 7. evidently been burning for some time. All other buildings on the farm were saved. The fire was reported by a neighbor who had seen smoke A cooking and baking demon- in that area for some time but stration for women in the Fay- thought that grass was being ette area will bc held today, burned off along the railroad • v-hurmtay,' April 13. at the Alter: track*. He stopped to sea what state Power Co. office in Fayette. the smoke was from as he was Tho demonstration will be con- driving to town, and found the tinous from JO a. m. to 4 p. m. house on fire- Tim demonstrations will be The farm is owned by Albert imrfc on a new modernique elec- Martin, Jr., but r.2 one was living trie range, where the person can in it. The Martins live on another see what is cooking through an / a j-jj) south of Fayette. The house (.yo-k-ve) see-thru mirror door, was completely furnished, how- BeRinninK at 10 a.m., and con- ever, and the Martins had plan- (inuing every hour on the hour, ned to move into the house soon. free barbecued hams will be given away. Each person who regis- Services for Theodore ters during the demonstration -, .. . . , _ . will be eligible to win. Guntz held Saturday There will alro bc free coffee MAYNARD — Funeral ser- all day long. Everyone is invited vices for Theodore (Ted) C. Gurto stop in and see the demonstra- itz, 70 were held Saturday, Apr. tion. 8, at 11 a.m. at the St. Mary's Catholic church, Fayette. Rosary Lions club members was recited at 8 p.m. Friday at c iv i- LI L iu the Delsing-Wright funeral home. Selling light DUlDS Burial was in the Woodlawn Members of the- Fayette Lions cemetery, Oelwein. club went on a light bulb selling Theodore Guritz, who died campaign Monday night, to raise Thursday, April 6, at the Vct- monoy fur future projects .-:{ the erans' hospital, Iowa City, was organization. preceded in death by his wife, Tho profit gained from the sel- the former Ella Mahoney, and ling campaign will be used to one daughter. He is survived by help pravidc glasses for young- one daughter, Mrs. Mary Weiss, sters in this area who are having Anamosa, one son, Lawrence, vision problems. three grandchildren, several Forrest Claxton, president of brothers and sisters, the Lions club, stated that there He had made his home for are still light bulbs available, and some time with a sister, Mrs. can bc purchased for $2 per car- Bertha Meyer, Maynard. Anti:n by contacting Eldred Dumcr- other sister, Mrs. Charles Meyer, muth or Robert Anhony. lives at Westgate. Former U. I. U grad To jo in coach staff «...„. , Willing Workers to meet The Willing Workers club will m cet Thursday, April 13, with Mrs. Donald Slock. Mrs. Galen Mack is co-hostess. Roll call is "an embarrassing situation." Mrs. Glen Benningtqn will have the program. Stan Jack, coach at Van Horn high school for the past four years, hus been named as head basketball coach and assistant football coach at Upper Iowa university, it was announced to- TV nrMtunt concert |O P reaent concert The junior and senior band wil1 present their Spring concert ? n Saturday, April 22 at 8 p.m. in tne ni ^ n school gymnasium. TO MEET THURSDAY Book Review Department of the Fayette Women's Club will meet at Dora Carter's home on Thursday, April 13, Jean Jones will review, "Five Families" by Oscar Lewis. RETURNED HOME Mrs. Karl Hanson returned from St. Paul, Minn., where she had been visiting her daughter, Mrs, Carol Anderson and family. She atoo spent several weeks in Des Moines with her sister, Mrs. R. H. Taylor. Mrs. Hanson will be at her home in Fayette, day by Everett Eischeid, athletic director. He will replace George Richards, who has accepted a position as coach at Estherville high school. Coach Jack, from Victor, Iowa, received his bache'or of science degree in physical education from Upper Iowa university in 1956, and a master of arts degree in education from SUI this year. While at Upper Iowa Jack participated in varsity basketball and baseball, lettering in each under Dr. John Dorman, present U. I. U. athletic adviaw. Following graduation he taught for one year at Millersburg high school before accepting his present position at Van Horn. During his four years at Van Horn Jack built a 95 to 46 record in basketball, winning 22 and losing only three during the last season. The new U. I, U. basketball coach will begin his duties on June S. He is married to the former Nan Coats; they have three children: Susan, 7; Danny, 3; and Gary, aged eight months. Eischeid, in making the announcement of Jack's appointment, stated the Upper Iowa was "very pleased" to have Jack return to the campus in a'coach- ing capacity, ,

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