Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on April 20, 1961 · Page 3
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April 20, 1961

Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa · Page 3

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The Center Do-R-Best 4-H club met with Joyce Hall for their A,pril meeting. April Showers Bring May Flowers was their theme. Fourteen members and three guests were present. Roll call was answered with breads fir:m other lands. Each girl present was given the opportunity to make different shaped rolls out of bread dough prepared by Mrs. Harry Arthur, leader. Three members Mary Jo Nabholz, Gloria Dobbs, and Doris Alley brought cakea to the meeting which were compared for texture, grain, etc. Mary Jo brought a bowl cake, made from "scratch"; Gloria, box cake, and Doris, the conventional cake. Patty Fox gave an exercise demonstration. The Thursday Reading Circle will meet April 27 with Mrs. Parker Davis, assisted by Mrs. Glen Holmes. Program is to be —School re-organization to be given by Mrs. J. W. Frye. Roll call to be answered by a school day memory. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Frye, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Claxton were Thursday supper guests of Mr, and Mrs. Fred Finch, celebrating Mrs- Frye's birthday anniversary. The Woman's Relief Corps social meeting will be held April 28 with Mrs. George Carley in Maynard. Mrs. Dick Vargason entertained at supper Friday evening in honor of her husbands 78 birthday anniversary, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Vargason, Elaine and 'Lynda, Mr. and Mrs. Grant Var- gaatm and Robert, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Vargason, Janice and Nancy. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Frye were Wednesday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Wilbur. Mrs. Ben Turner accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Walt Turner of Fayette, to Waterloo Sunday to visit Ben Turner, a patient in St. Francis hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Vargason accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Vargason, Elaine and Lynda to Greene Sunday to visit Mr. and Mrs. Dean Vargason and family. Wilma McBride was a weekend guest of Roberta Amos. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Alderson of Strawberry Point were last Sunday dinner guests in the Frank Edmonds home. Mr. and Mrs. George Grimes, Waterloo, brought Fred Orbell home Saturday. He had spent the winter with them. Mrs. Grimes stayed with him for a few days. Attending the Federated Club convention at • Westgate Friday, were Mrs. Harriet Smith, Mrs. yj. W. Frye, Mrs. Carrie Talcott, Mrs. Blanche Knight, Mrs. Lea Jellings, Mrs. James McSweeny, Mrs. W. A. Schroeder, Mrs. Robert Claxton, Mrs. Frank Thyer and Mrs. E. R. Wilbur attended the afternoon meeting. Dinner and supper guests Sunday in the W. A. Schroeder home for Rollyn's confirmation, were: Mr. and Mrs. Ed Decker and family, Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Decker, Westgate, Mr. and Mrs. Duane Fails and family, Waverly, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Buss and Richard, Mr. and Mrs". James Buss and Randy, Denver, Mr. and Duane Schroeder, Arlington, Mr. and Mrs, Nyle Vargason and family. Center Point, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Vandersee and Le- Ann, Oelwein, Marilyn Schrader, Sumner, Mrs. Mildred Miner, Duane, Barbara, Shirley and Gerald and Mrs. Amelia Voelker of Fayette. Mr. and Mrs. W. Al Schroeder attended a creamery meeting at Oelwein Thursday evening. Norma Huebner of Minneapolis, Minn., and Ronald Firebaugh, of Owatonna, Minn., ,were weekend visitors in the Harold Huebner home and attended Evelyn's confirmation Sunday in the Grace Lutheran church in Fayette. Failure to give turn Signals increasing Iowa traffic problem Failure of drivers to give turn signals is becoming an increasing traffic safety problem to k>wa, the highway patrol re- .ported today. Chief David Herrick said there has been a growing number of reports from throughout the state of traffic accidents or "near misses" caused by drivers who fall to signal"It seems to be a bigger proo- len; this year than for some time, both in rwal and urban areas", Herrick commented. He warned that state law re•quires a driver to give a clear signal ol his intentions, by hand Jor signal device, for 100 feet before changing direction. "The patrol has been making arrests for failure to signal and our officers are watching for , this offenne," Herrick said. Conviction for failure to signal carries a'fine of from $1 to $100 or one to 30 days or both. In addition, Herrick said, con- vicUon for this violation also adds 2 points to the reoord of the driver maintained in the state safety department. "But aside from the penalty," HerrUrk said, "giving a clear signal before turning is the sen- Sole and courteous thing to do.' "It's a pretty small thing to have to do when you consider accident". 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