Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on May 11, 1961 · Page 7
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May 11, 1961

Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa · Page 7

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Fayette county Form Bureau decides On cropland program of action Fayette County Faun Hnir,,u policy development process", he decided on a program of action .od. to implement Kami Bureau's The program, in brief, includes: cropland adjustment program at voluntary am age retirement f.-r a di.-.trict meeting in Kayette on all producers; land retirement re- M.iy 4. (|iined for price .supp<irts; ad- Dale Nelson fi. in tin Iowa justnu nl payni. nts in kind or Farm nuruu F'edciation made ,M h. imk price siipi.Ms l.,i the pi-eseiitation of the farts , ,11 - wheat and feed main protect corning tin Cropland Adjust- la: mer fioni competition with merit Program. Mr. Nelson talked ('("(' storks. to about 50 Farm i'.ureau I.e.,,I- Fayelte county leaders at the ers fii;m 11 counties represent- di. ing Di.strict 1, explaining that Fayette Leader May 11, 13G1 Fayt-ite, leva n ey (L;iw). NortiiM-it Iowa Radio Corp. vs. . well Miller dba Miller's Cafe I .. . ,. (Law Account) and co-ts. 7 ice K»Kmpel. West Union, Comet; Chirlo:; or Alberta Word elL O-\- \vc-in, Rambler. New trucks were licensed by the following: Iowa Motor Co., Inc., Fbrd; „.,,. 01 S85.81 T Maynard Coop. Co., Chevrolet; interest Hcrman Qanrw, Jr., Maynard, Chevrolet. 16 new cars and 5 trucks licensed U. I. U. Prof's poem Will be published A Christmas poem written by i .Upper Iowa University phys•> prof'.-ssor lias been selected '.xteen new cars and three new trucks were rcgistcicd during tin' past WIM>|; in tae office of the Favclte ei.untv treasurer. New car ,' wners are'a* follows: t( ' r Publication m the 1961 "Lyr- The Fall) Co.- Klgin: Cadillac; ical Iowa", THE EXCITEMENT was coming more intense when the abore picture was taken at the Pinewood Derby Sunday night. The first heat had been completed, and the remaining racers were gradually being eliminated ter understanding of as each youngsler cheered for his ,- an g e f arm program. favorite. The championship heat was won by Laverne Thycr. gr ., m is a positive program and ^Twhite orchid on a white rain- °" e that was devi-l..pt;d thnm it was announced rut meeting were: Rodney Sidney Cm-bin. Wadena. Mercurv: l "" wer* by Mary Alice Hnrt, .ewes. 1'nsident; Galen Gut'- Larson Hoofmg Co.. Clermont, President of th- Iowa Poetry as- this is a non-partisan program t,n. Membership Chairman; Mrs Fi rd; Paul Buckley. West Union, MK ' lal1011 as it is being backed in Wash- ('has. Schlumbohm. C'ounty Oldsmobile; Gary or Rosemary Th° poem "Incantation", was ington by both parties. Women s Chairman; M i 1 la r d Hunt, Oelwein, Ford: Earl or Es- written by Phillip J. Lorenz. as- A series of meetings will be Nel . ;i Jr. Vice President; Daryl I her Kipplc, Elgin, Plymouth; sitant professor of physics at U. 1 held in Fayette county, according Humphrey, Board of Director Lillian Kimball, West Union, I- U. It was one of 200 poems to Rodniy Drewe.s, county Farm from Fail-field Township; Hoy Chevrolet; Leo Mork, West Un- selected for publication in the Bureau president, ', - create bet- Post, Director from Center Town- :• n. Ft rd; Ernestine Hol/.er, El- book. More than 1,164 poems hn Ingel.s District 1 Farm t;in: Chevrolet. Mildred Jarchow. written by 396 authors were sub- Oelwein, rnitted for consideration accord- LOCALS bow Bible with pink rosebud streamers. Mrs. Sandra Kramer, Elkader, was matron-of-homr and Diane Schrody, Chicago, 111., brides__ maid. They wore identical gowns "" ••—••••—• —•• » •• (> j. w ^ c n yi on w j(h blue how- Mr. Howard R. Johnson accom- are building a bedroom onto the kmts of sheer nylen organza panied Mr. James Forrest of west side of their home on west featuring fitted bodices with Manchester, to Des Moines Sun- Water street. day where they attended an all n/F~*"vr-i i • i fu " ( -' i '' f ' ul; "' ballerina length ciln gct qiiestionniiires to fill out day Planning Session for Mason- Mr - anci Mrs - Mlll ' ; »<-'»neiuer skjl . ls wilh nia t c hing blue taffeta IUI . t i lis ,, urrnse at U R , county ic "institutes at the Savery Hotel, returned home Saturday from | K)W;; . Their blue clips on import- extension office in Favette spending the winter at Miami. ,,,i e,.,;.... )•>•..i;.i ,,rr.m i,it<irum\r<m r, Y-, . ,- ., ^ .j.. ccl awiss bi.uu weic inleiwoven Couny Extension Director M. C. ' _ _ with straw leaves securing full Wangsness stated today. Mr. and Mrs. Lillie Yearous of Circular maline veils of blue im- Sunday dinner P°' ll «-'d sllk illusion. They carried guests in the A. R. Kimpston reversed pararcls wmch held miU( , d th h Marvin A An . home. Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Year- while » L ' 1 a " d l>" lk carnations. ^ Q ^ associatc di ,,, t , tor of i;x . ous of Hawkeye were afternoon De-bra Possehl, Arcadia, Wis., tension at Iowa State university. "The cropland adjustment pio- Bureau Director, Maynard. out- Ford; Donald Alcorn, West Un- in 8 to the IPA president. lined the plan to increase the ion, Chevrolet: Frank i.:r Belva "Lyrical Iowa"', a paper-bound, undei s'.; .tiding and support of Johnson, Maynard, Comet: Dale 116-page book, wtll be published t h e i organization's democratic the organi/ation's program. Maxson. Fayette, Chevrolet; Mar- in September and will sell for — — - • ry Hart, Oelwein, Rambler; Al- SI.50 per copy. Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Durey of Florida. Manchester brought Mrs. Ina Johnson back to her home in Fayette last Thursday. Mrs. Arlington Johnson had spent several days Peace corps forms are available At extension office in Fayette Young people interested in vol- Wangsness says he has a supply :>p necklines, ; shr:rt sleevesjmd un t c . 0 ring for the Peace Corps of Peace Corps" Fact Bu :ks" in his i .ffice for use of prospective Peace Corps volunteers. It answers questions ,-n how volunteers will be selected, what standards of selection will be used, The supply of questionnaires physical training and courses of trans- study required and other points. will arrive from Ames, niece of the bridegroom, and Barbara Dettman, Monona, cous- Young people filling out questionnaires should Rudy Possehl Jr., Elkader, at- tho questionnaire should not attended his brother as best man constitute an obligation on the a!o "K Lamker, St. Olaf, pa ,. t of cither the \.-lunleer or ( ' asos The Dureys accompanied their son, Forrest Jr. to Iowa City for ex- callers. amination for a heart condition. Gcorgo Kink*"was called to He is to have heart surgery the pisgah) Sunday, April 30 for the first part of June m Iowa City. nlncss of hjs mother) Mrs . Louis( , Mrs. Ina JohnsoTi, Harold and Hinkel. H <-' _™ i ?™* .. to , 1 F ?^ Imd'^Dcan Howard Hazel last week. Mo 1- v* H " th mulMers wore D1Lle lacc temporary basis. Purpo , — '•cf' r r —•— dresses with white accessories questionnaire is to enable trie erai r davs ar ia e s 3 t week vTsiting'her Mr - and Mrs - Roval Smith, of and u;rages of pink mums. Peace Corps to obtain informa- HanentPr Mrs James Wettersten near Randalia, were Sunday af- A reception, attended by ap- tion about the number and quali- „_" "™;'i.. ;„'-Mi n ,.^ nn ill terncon visitors in the E. A. proximate-ly 300 guests, was held fications of people now prepared in the church parlors following to volunteer for service, the ceremony, with Mrs. William United States citizens 18 years Possehl, Monona, sister-in-law ried couples without children the bridegroom, as hostess. She of age and over, including mar- One criminal action Filed in Clerk's office One criminal action case 1 that" lilling "out and" returning f ' lL ' d '" tlu -' ^rk "f court's office- West Union this past week, with eight civil action . , > . , par o cer ( , N ,. lln0€ . r or rd Johnson visited Mrs. Thursday only to be ca led back bi . o(hcr ()f tho brido> the atton . Ortman in Jesup one day Thursday mgh. His ,rather died dan , ^ pua{iL> CorpsPp ,,^,, im ' js „„ .| eek. 7 Hincuii v^.s R ^ h m()thers wore b , ue lacc ^^..^ basis Purp()se of tlu . and family in Morrison, 111. Little Lisa Ann Gage, daughter of the Levi Gages' is hospitalized in Palmer Memorial hospital in West Union. Billings home. Mrs. R. B. McCormack accoin- Mrs. Mildred Timm came Zabriskie to Fort Atkinson, Sunday 'afternoon. criminal action case lists the State of Iowa vs. Iva Mai McDonough for illegal sale and possess!) MI of intoxicating liquor. The civil action cases filed are a.^ follows: Kobe-rt C. Schrack vs. Gwendolyn R. Schrack (equity-divorce). Arnold Motor Supply vs. Paul Westendorf, transcript. Arnold Motor Supply vs. Ray- ON ?4OTHER'S DAY Tomato Juice Waldorf Salad Hot Dinner Rolls ROAST TURKEY with dressing BAKED HAM ROAST BEEF BREADED SHRIMP 25 dinners include potatoes, gravy, salad, vegetable and drink. MOTHER'S DAY DESSERTS home Saturday from Des Moines Possehl - Lamker VOWS where she had been the past _ , c , week in the Loel Timm home. Kead on Saturday was assisted by Mrs. Pete West- under 18, if both husband and moIK i coinor, transcript. by, Mrs. Ernie Seifert, Mrs. Aden wife are willing to volunteer, Gerald J Davis vs. William Hanson, and Mrs. Hilde Dun- may fill out questionnaires. Walker transcript. owd. Table waiters were Dianne ultimately, the Peace C.n-ps Kenneth' Gillpatriek Lamker, Garnavillo, Joann See- expects to be able t,> make ten ICE REAM Milks vs. Lyle (Law-Damages) SGO.OOO £ ....... Ar>T _ .... land, Julaine Palos and Lois tativo selections of volunteers Intenst and costs. MAYNARD^- Janice Lamker, jr cttCi friends o f the bride. for specific overseas projects on Mark D. Buchheit - Individ- " a " the basis of the questionnaires ually and as Assigned vs. Harvey home of their daughter, Loel Timm, in Des Moines. urday> May 6< at tho Unite d Le"inbke "bWorah. Mrs. Alvjn The young "poTple's Walther Chu '; ch of Christ ' Elka der, in a Lamke r' and Mrs. Willis Lam- TpntfiiP of the Lutheran church double ring ceremony performed , , Lvjth of Monona, cut the attended a League Rally Sunday by the Rev. Robert Jacobs. cake; Mrs . Rollin Possehl , Arcad- afternoon at Fredericksburg. Jean Welch, Elkader, accom- ia, Wis., and Mrs. Carl Bennett, m panied Jim Englehard, St. Olaf, Cedar Rapids, poured coffee; and Mr. and Mrs. Park Cowles who sang "O Perfect Love" and Mrs. Duane Lamker, Monjona, were Sunday evening visitors in the "Lord's Prayer" and Laura presided at the punch bowl. the Everett Loomis home at Ar- Mae Anderson, Elkader, who When the couple left for an lington. sang "O Promise Me" and "The undisclosed destination, the bride — m — Wedding Prayer". wore an aqua dress with white- Mr, and Mrs. Clyde Williams bijde jven jn marriagc accessories and a white orchid visited Sunday in the home of ^ worc fln original corsage. After May 14 the newly- friends, Mr. and Mrs. Harry * Q[ embroidered ny i on or . we ds will be at home in May- Johnson, at Quasqueton. j> a designed with fitted pow - nard. Mi- and Mr7*M~ E Reese ac- der-puff sleeved bodice, scallop- Mrs. Fossehl a graduate of Cecil Lover. _ sweep. Her earrings and a single husband, also a graduate of the Mrs C R. Ostrander went Sat- str and of pearls were >a gift of Central Community school is urday to St. Paul to visit for a the bridegroom. A Swiss type with the Dubuquc Packing couple of weeks in the home of crow n of opal sequins and tiny Company, Dubuque as stock her daughter, Mrs. Charles Hink- seed pea rls with pearlix.ed side buyer at the Maynard station. ley and family. clips secured the full circular el- p av ~R TO ADVERTISE • bo W length veil of imported pure IT PAYS TO ADVEHTJSt Mr. and Mrs. Louie Sorge were gilk English illusion. She carried TRY LEADER WANT ADS supper guests Sunday evening at . ' the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Jellings of Randalia. Mr. and Mrs. "Earl Stannard and family accompanied by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Stannard, visited recently in the Glen Stannard home at Fort Dodge. MV. ahd Mr7 Howard Roberts and Donna and Miss Gladys Gorman attended the wedding and reception of Ila Ross of Arlington and Jim Murphy of Wadena at the First Christian church m Oelwein on Sunday afternoon. ^ J0UHI-, Mr.- arid Mrs. George Spateher Interest and costs. Earl F. Williams vs. Bert Fort- 4- PI E Royal Chocolate Banana Cream Cherry Dutch Apple COFFEE NOOK Fayette, Iowa. Chocolate Pecan Cherry Nut Vanilla Lemon Sherbert ARMOUR AND RATH FERTILIZER AND ' RATH FEEDS Dumermuth & Fay Phone 207 — Fayette, Iowa Friday, Noon to 8 p. m. V 19 in Fayette .! Don't fcl-get Natural Gas is Coming to Fayette! Wo Hav» Had More Than 25 Year* Experience In The Furnace B&iUiMi. Free Estimates For You On Atny Type Of Furnace Installation Or Convewion. TIME PAYMENT PLAN AVAILABLE YES, WE STILL HAVE SKELGAS E. H. CARLEY PLUMBING AND HEATING Phone 77 — Fayette, Iowa FREE 60 Gallons Of Gasoline DRAWING TO BE HELD AT 8:30 P. M. FRIDAY NIGHT FREE POP To All Who Drive Through The Safety Lane Donated by Royal Crown Bottling Co., at Decorah, Iowa Check Lane Will Be Set Up On King Street From The Lutheran Church Corner South Qualified Attendant* And Highway Patrol members Will Be On Hand To Check Your Car The Safety Lane Check h Not Compulsory — No tickets Will Be Written For Defective Equipment Winners Of Gasoline Must Be Present To Claim Their Prize SPONSORED BY THE FAYETTE LIONS CLUB FAYETtE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

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