Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on May 4, 1961 · Page 6
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Fayette, Iowa
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Thursday, May 4, 1961
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rorrenponding secretary; Bill Daniels, .-on of Mr. and Mrs. William McCoy, Chicago, his- ioi'ian; Ken Robinson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Robinson, Dos Plaines, Illinois, recording secretary; Joe Fanelli, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fanelli, East iVortliport, New York, sergcant- nt-arnis; Henry ZabeLski, aan of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Zabelski, Chicago, treasurer; and Bob Nemeth, son of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Nemeth, Chicago, alumni secretary. Roger Bowen, alumni oxecu- live secretary for U. I. U., was reelected as chairman of the advisory committee. Mother Mrs. Lottie Asphclm Johnson of Iowa City is a candidate for a bachelor of science degree in the college of nursing at Iowa City. She finds time to be a homemak «T, den - mother, part - P,y;e 6 Fayette Leader Thursday, May 4, 1961 time employee and student and has grades that merited a train- eeship last fall. i::;u ;;n !;!;:;!:H::!:;;iHHH ;n!i!nniHHH!i!!!<immm:umii A Bright Future Children of members of the Fayette Kinderlein club are pictured above, as they styled clothes for their grandmothers, at the annual "Gar.dmolher 's Night", last Tuesday. Parents of children represented, are: Mr. and Mrs. Harold Boulton. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ycarous, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bolton, and Mrs. P. J. Lorenz, Mr. and Mrs. Robert McCormick, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Nairn, Mr. and Mrs. David Hamilton, Mr. and Mrs. Dean Sherman, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Riley, Mr. and Mrs. Michael Baum, Mr. and Mrs. LeGrand Maxwell. Mr. and Mrs. George Richards, Mr, and Mrs. Ronald Kocher, and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Leverjngton. The style show was in the Graf Hall lounge on the U. I. TJ. campus. List club activities l-or Maynard groups MAYN.VU) — Club activities for Mny h(>i;in on Tuesday. May 2. u •!(•!> i.'it' Naomi circle of the \V S (' S. ir.cets in the evening with Mr Mrs. Mr t :i ;n t ' .' i V M.11A pr. W! nr. > Anderson. The Mrs. be presented bv I'rower and Mrs. I. will (. i ;u 'land • Kck. . Ki 'iiert Dugan will enter- he I!uth circle on Wednes:noun. May 3. with Mrs. n K".'tune in charge of the ram. IV..- Helping Hand society ii\i!!,:< its annual guest clay ran; W .'.in'sday afternoon, .". iii liic :.'ci.il rooms of the ••'i r iv-liyterian ehiiivh. Mrs. I: vi be Mrs. John Thiele, Mrs. Hoi- with Mrs. Frank dimming*, being prepared by Oscar C. lis Windenburg and Mrs. Elsie The regular meeting of the Miehe, Mrs. Irving Patridge, Mrs. Turner. American Legion auxiliary will Frank Cummings and Mrs. Floyd The Martha circle will meet be Tuesday evening, May 9, at Henniges. the same afternoon with Mrs. El- the Community hall. On the serving committee will mer Miller with Mrs. Raymond "Our Threefold Pledge" is the be Mrs. Henry Buenneke, Mrs. Calhoun as assisting hostess, topic for study and discussion at George Betz, Mrs. Ed W. Meyer, II. H. Nicholson and Mrs. the meeting of the Women's So- Mrs. Andrew Gantenbein, and Tena McCawley will be in ciety of Christian Service when Mrs. Maynard Menefee. charge of the program. it meets Wednesday afternoon, On Monday evening, May 22, The Ladies' Aid society will May 10 - at the Emmanuel Metho- the Eve guild of the Helping meet at the St. Paul's Lutheran dist church with Mrs. Wilbur Hand will meet with Mrs. Ruth church Thursday afternoon, May Bender and Mrs. James Lever- Shadle. Mrs. Marvin Ingel.v will 4. with Mrs. 'Gladys Buenneke ington as leaders. The hostesses lead the devotional period and and Mrs. Lien Woife as program be Mrs. H. H.Nicholson, Mrs. Mrs. Wccdrow Leonhart the les- leaders. Serving committee will Tena McCawley, Mrs. Evelyn son study. be made up bv Mrs. Ernest Arthur, Mrs. Robert Dugnn and .Miehe. Mrs. James Hamilton, Mrs. Maye Langley. Knight is re-elected Mrs. Ted Rueber and Mrs. Albert The Deborah guild of the Help- „ . Betz. On the flower committee ing Hand society will meet with rraternity president for the month will be Mrs. Ed Mrs. Carl R. Carlson and the Carleton Knight III, son of Mr. Dr. J. L. Zaharis is Added to U. I. faculty Dr. John L. Zaharis has been added to the faculty of Upper Iowa university as an associate professor of biology, it was announced this week by Dr. Hersehel Hendrix, dean of the university. Dr. Zaharis received his bachelor of science degree in 1955 and his master's degree in 1957 from the University of Oklahoma. He received his Ph. D. from Kansas State university in Manhattan in 1960. He will come to U. I. U. from Benedictine Heights college in Tulsa, Oklahoma, where he is currently serving as head of the department of biology. He served in the Navy hospital corps from 1948 until 1952. He is married and has five children. Dr. Zaharis will assume his new duties next September. BARRY ZBORNIK is the 18-year-old ton of Mr. and Mrs. Theo Zbornik of Fayette. He has been a member of the basketball, baseball and track squads, and the Pep club during all four of his high school years. He took part in dramatics during his freshman, sophomore and junior years, chorus during hit freshman year, was on the annual staff the past two years, and was manager of the football squad during his freshman year. Ha has been president of his class the past year. SELL YOUR DON'T WANTS WITH LEADER WANT ADS is waiting for each member of your class. May each day be a stride forward TOWARD THAT FUTURE. Dr. E. J. Dahlquist VETERINARIAN topi. Liv. Patridge will discuss the Wenzol and Mrs. Ben Thomas. Rebekah guild with Mrs. Ernest and Mrs. Carleton Knight Jr. of J.no Stive! Where Yon The Order of Eastern Star will Peasley on Wednesday afternoon, Fayette was re-elected this week in Mrs. Robert Ponsar meet at the Masonic Temple on May 16. The respective leaders as president of Mu Rho chapter .imi Mrs. Maynard Menefee will Thursday evening. May 4. for the study of the lesson on G f Alpha Phi Omega service tae entertainment Mr.-,. Louis Ponsar will enter- "The Good Shepherd" will be fraternity at Upper Iowa univer- lor the refresh- tain the Ladies' Cemetery asso- Mrs. Donald E. Fish and Mrs. Ed s itv 1 bl- Mrs. Clvd" i- 1 »-- _*._„ " < * Donald E. Fish. I! IKS hr nivnt h-niv Ki-nfiow, M /Miald tain the Ladies' Cemetery asso- Mrs. Donald E ciation in her home Friday after- Holmstrom. Other officers elected include M P- / ,«,-v M r r 1 " 0 "', Ma >' 5 - t lXh Mrs - Maye The annual guest day of the Lyle Ames, son of Mrs. Howard enVo I,,;:' -n Mr S P;„;.; b aUg J' H °!' man „ GadT °| v - Ada Reading Circle wilt be on Ames, Oelwein, vice president; P , ,,, • ElnCit Mrs - " oni: .' Schradcr, Mrs. Joh- Friday afternoon, May 19, at the Gary Lindsey, son of Mr. and On Thursday. Mav 4 tho E«. w Community hall. The program is Mrs. Carl Lindsey, Cedar Rapids, the Thursday, May 4, the Es- Wittenburg assisting, circle of the W. S. C. S. will The Scrabble club will li,tiL oi lm vv - »• win The Scrabble club will meet i! meet at l>:30 p.m. at the Emman- Monday afternoon, May 8, with « Mvtnodist church f.j r a pot- Mrs. Charles Trotter and again jj luct dinner. Program leaders will on Monday afternoon, May 22, II Best of Luck Congratulations 1 ill II 111 DWIGHT DURFEY is the 17-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Dux- fey of Fayeile. He was a member of the high school track squad, basketball team and football team during all four of his high school years. He was a member of the baseball .squad during his freshman, sophomore and junior years, and also took part in the school chorus during his freshman, sophomore and junior years. The diploma you're receiving is not a | magic wand, but is the first achievement | on the road to a successful future. I Dumermuth & Fay fj Phone 207 — Fayette, Iowa -• tu OUR BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY FUTURE LAVOKNE JOHNSON is the 18-year-old ,daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold W. Johnson of Fayette. She has been a member of the band, both girls and mixed chorus, and small band and vocal groups during all four of her high school years. She was also a member of Pep club all four years, in dramatics during her freshman, sophomore and senior years, entered vocal solos during her freshman, sophomore and senior years, and band solos during her junior and senior years. She was manager of the girls basketball team this past year, and was a homecoming queen candidate during her junior year. She plans to enter nurses training at St. Luke's in Cedar Rapids. Hi iii Congratulations .. It is with a deep sense of pride we extend our congratulations to all members of the class of i tliiiii Campbell's Station DEEP ROCK SERVICE "iiHimiiiiiiiliilli^ 1 9 6 1 The diploma you are receiving is the first achievement on the road to higher education. Upper Iowa University Fayette, Iowa iiiiiiii-lii-ll-iilii-Uiiiilii'.iHillUliiliiiiii! HI Good Luck JUDITH LYNN MILLER is the 17-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roger F. Miller. She has taken part in dramatics during all four of her high school years, hat been in the Pep club, bond, and small band groups, and manager of the girls basketball team the past two years. She was on the girls basketball team during her freshman and sophomore years, in the girls chorus during her freshman, sophomore and junior years, the mixed chotrua her freshman, junior and senior years and was a cheerleader in her freshman year. She was assistant editor of the yesr book in her junior year and editor thl» year, and also student NEEDS YOUR IDEAS vice present and parliamentarian this past AND YOUJl YOUTH JStSTBSZSSSi Upper Iowa,university. . FAYETTE COUNTY Farm Bureau Insurance Co. THE UNIVERSE Thanks--- For Your Wonderful Friendship And Patronage During The Past Year. We Have Enjoyed All Of Our Contacts With The Public In Fayette. Sunday, April 30, Was Our Last Day As Owners And Operators Of The Coffee Nook, As We Have Sold Our Business To Mr. And Mrs. Bill Landis of Waterloo, Who Took Over May 1. We Wish Them Much Success. Dick & Pat Schmidt HELLO - - * We have purchased the COFFEE NOOK Cafe from Mr. and Mrs. Dick Schmidt, and took possession on Monday, May 1., We are looking forward to meeting each and every one of you. We have been in the restaurant business in Waterloo for the past three years, and feel we can do a good job for you in Fayette. The COFFEE NOOK will be operated as in the past, with a few minor changes, of course. We plan to open the restaurant each week day at 5 a. m., and close at 10:30 p. m. On Sundays we will be open from 6:30 a. m. to 10:30 p. m. We also have a few other plans which we will announce later. Stop —| in and visit with u*. •

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