Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on May 25, 1961 · Page 5
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Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa · Page 5

Fayette, Iowa
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Thursday, May 25, 1961
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Degrees to foe con/ired On 82 U.I.U. sfudenfs Eighty-two persons will receive degrees from Upper Iowa university during the annual spring commencement exercises to be held Monday, May 29, according to Registrar Wilson C Gill. The Hon. James E. Bromwell, Congressman frcm the Iowa second district, will be the speaker for the graduation ceremonies, which will get underway at 10 a. m. in the Colgrove - Walker Memorial building. elementary education. Volga: Yvonne O. Brooks, elementary education. Chicaj-o, III.; Frank H. Smng- acz, sociology. Lansing, 111.: Shirley Louise Nadai Chandler, English: Diane June Jusk. English. Litchfield, 111.: Roland Sawyer, social studies. Bachelor of science degrees will be awarded to: Arlington: David Walter Briden, chemistry: Leora J. Sulli_, e» —v-.i, ^tn-iiiuu y , LiUUUi J. OU1I1- Those receiving the bachelor of van, elementary education and arts degree include: Arlington: Robert Henry Bassett, history. Cedar Rapids: Robert Leon Brown, sociology and political science. Clear Lake: James Wilbur Priest, history. Corwith: Marjory Bonnstettcr, elementary education. Dyersville: Steven Gene Mullan, English. Earlville: William Dee Brown, English. Edgewood: Dorthea Bassett, elementary education, history, social studies (Jan.). Elgin: Mary Hanson Clothier, elementary education (Jan.). Elkader: Ernestine S c h o i e n Reaves, history and social studies. Fayette: Barbara Meyer, elementary education (Han.). Fredericksburg: Dorothy Watzel Papousek, elementary education, history and social studies. Garnavillo: Daryl LaVerne Baehtell, elementary education; Raymond Kelly, elementary education. "Garner: Carolyn Ann Hoeft, elementary education. Hanlontown: Anthony Glen Amberg, history. Hawkeye: Esther Swales Holtzman, education, English, speech; Robert Edward Olesen, sociology, history biology. Aurora: Phillip Carl Schlesselman, business administration (Jan.). Baldwin: Jerry Scott Snyclcr. physical education. Central City: Donald Keith Bolton, physical education. Coggon: Gary Lcroy Eiler, business administration. Colesburg: Clark Gull, Jr., business administration and history. Delhi: Don William Rees, biology. Fayette: Dennis Lee Dumermuth, business administration; Phyllis A. Faegre, chemistry and mathematics. James Hogan, biology and chemistry. Guttenberg: Donald Howard Miller, business administration (Jan.). Hawkeye: Ivaclean Mart h a Haskenhoff, biology. Independence: Joan Fay Hamlett, biology; Robert Paul Klieman, physical education. Ladora: Russell Hun/.elman, physical education. Lamont: Kenneth LeRoy Fry, mathematics and history; Curtis E. McCallum, biology. Marshalltown: David Paul Elfers, biology and history. Maynarcl: Cleo Chester Cumberland, biology. New Albtn: Mary Catherine Mauss, business administration ministration and mathematics (Jan.). Sioux City: Gerald Dean Ericson. mathematics and physics. Strawberry Point: Donald Dwayne Adams, chemistry and biology. Vinion: Alice Helen DeLong, physical education. Volga: William Frederick Hols- mnn, business administration. Waclena: James Charles Kuhens, business administration; David Phillip Stetson, business administration. Waterloo: Loren Nelson Larson, physical education; Kenneth Wayne Techau, business administration. West Union: Alan Charles Antes, physics and mathematics; Gaile Lee Carlson, mathematics and physics; Gerald L. McCauley, biology (Jan.). Austin, Minn.: Gary D. Un- rlerhill, physical education. Berwyn, 111.: William George Watson, business administration. Chicago, 111.: Robert Severt Stavnem, business administration (Jan.); Raymond Lee Vin- sik, business administration. Fruita. Colo.: Floyd Warren McBride, biology. Lansing, 111.: Bruce L. Blanck, chemistry and mathematics; William S. Walter, biology (Jan.). Sioux Rapids, Minn.: Cletus E. Schneider, chemistry. The above list also includes graduates who completed their requirements in January but who will receive their diplomas during the spring commencement. Independence: Marlys Kay and business education. Flaten Hayes, sociology, music. New Hampton: James Lamont: Sanford Sage Sill, music and speech. Manchester: Nellie M. Sheehey Turner, elementary education (Jan.). .. Thomas Marik, business administration and history. Oelwein: Carl R. Klug, 'biology and history; Patricia Diane Thiele, biology; C. Bruce Wall, Mr. and Mrs William Malil- mann. Manning, North Dakota, visited from Sunday through Wednesday in the home ,-f Mr and Mrs. William Corkery Mr. and Mrs. Rd Gernand were dinner gui-st> Tuesday evening in the home of Mr. ;mt i M,. S William Moore. Mrs. Wilfnvl H, m ,l entertained the "Little Kighi" Card dub in her home Tuesday night. Prizes were won by Mrs. W i 1 ] i n m O'Laughlin, Mrs. Klmer Struss. Mrs. Ray Klingman and Mrs! Pearl Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Corkery and family and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Vrntalgi> and Patty, Manchester, William Corkery and family, Lisbon and Barbara Corkery, Prairie du Chien, Wisconsin, were all guests Sunday in the home of Mr, and Mrs. William Corkery. The Waden.-i Community Presbyterian Bible School will commence on May 2S — skip May 30 — and run thn-ugh Saturday and then June' 5-through June 9. The theme this year will be "Jesus Christ." The .school is open to children from three years through the ninth grade. Hours Will be 8:45 till 11 : ;i(), forenoon only. Teachers are nursery and kindergarten, Mrs. Arta Lee Schroyer and Mrs. Bernard Roys; Primary department, Mrs. Robert Bond, jr., and Mrs. Sidney Corbin; Junior department,' Mrs. Leallen Knox and Mrs. George Alderson; Junior H i g h departments, Mrs. Lindy Prey and Mrs. Lyle Corbin. Helpers will be, Kathy Jones, Barbara Yearoits, Eileen Jones and Mrs. Fay Whit- tenbaugh. The adult Sunday Schi.-l class will be in charge of recess treats. Mrs. Knox will be superintendent. At a recent service the following persons bicamt- members of the Presbyterian Church at Wadena: Susan, Cynthia, Kathy and Eileen Jones, Roberta Humphry and Vickie Bond. Rev. Fred Dief- enbacker was in charge of the services. The regular meeting of the Wadena Community Club met at the gym Monday evening. The LegVn ),ad charge of the program. Coach Dale Fogle of Valley High, showed the movie of the championship game between Valley High and Lo't Nation. Leallen Knox has spent several days of each of the last three weeks adjusting windstorm Irsscs for the Iowa Mutual Tornado Insurance Company, in the areas surrounding Anamosa, Vinton, etc. Mrs. K) Gernand, Mrs. J. A. Pi'obert. Mrs. Leallen Knox r.r ! Mrs. Harold Halverson assisted in ngistering people that had X- Rays in the Red Cross Unit here Friday morning. One hundred eleven had x-rays. The Women's G u i 1 d of the Presbyterian church met in the church parlors Thursday afternoon with hostesses, Mrs. Mubcl Johnson and Mrs. Robert Bond, Jr. The president, Mrs. Lindy Frey opened the meeting with prayer-. Roll call was answered by fourteen members and there were two guests, Mrs. Lyle Corbin and Mrs. James Murphy. The secretary and • treasurer gave their reports and reports were given for the Cir'.-Ie attendance. Circle Sarah, five and Circle Mary, six. The traveling food basket was brought in, twelve dollars taken from it and send on again. The motion was made by Mrs. Milo Oldfather and seconded by Mrs. Sidney CV rbin that we serve dinner Memorial day. The menu is home made noodles and chicken, mashed potatoes, vegetable salad, rolls, pie and coffee. Adults one dollar and children under twelve, fifty cents. The serving will start at 11:30 and will be family style. Dining room committee — Mrs. William Probrct, Mrs. Sidney Corbin, Mrs. Frey, Mrs. Bond, Mrs. Harold Popenhagen and Mrs. Murphy. Kitchen committee, Mrs. Oldfather, Mrs Will Frey and Mrs. Johnson. Menu committee, Mrs. Arthur Herrling, Mrs. George Alderson and Mrs. Oldfuther. I'ie committee, Mrs. Laura Herrling. The meeting adjourned and the program, "Christian Eikicnticn" was presented by Mrs. Alderson assisted by, Mrs. Will Frey, Mrs. Corbin and Mrs. Popenhagen. Mrs. AJderson also showed slides taken of the Sunday school class- es and their teachers. At the close of the program lunch was served by the hostesses. Mr. and Mrs. William Gruver mari and Kent, Mrs. Bonnie Bechtel, Johnnie and Michel, and Mrs! Willis Gress, Grundy Center, visited Sunday with the farmer's daughter, Mrs. Robert Murray, in trie Mrs. Madge Murray home! Mr. and Mrs. Forest Pelermun in.'l family, Elkader, were also guests. Vhc Hev. Schallar of Volga will be the speaker Memorial Day at 11:30 a. m. <it the school gym. The parade will be before the speaking. Program chair- Fayette Leader May 25, 1961 Page 5 Fayetto, Iowa . Mrs. Arthur Herrling, has planned a program of music, reading and instrumental pieces by P.rbert Crow, Maureen Baldwin, Nancy Whittenbaugh and Ruth Klingman. Lightning Merle Olscn, 17, of Rake was injured recently when lightning struck the telephone he was using. He was thrown across the room by the bolt and suffered burns un both legs as well as numerous small cuts. LL'S SUPER VALU Don't Forget To Redeem Your GLASS COUPONS 1 COUPON PER WEEK FOR 8 WEEKS You Receive A BEAUTIFUL LIBBY GLASS FREE EACH WEEK Redeem Your Coupons Here CHECK OUR SPECIALS For Your MEMORIAL DAY PICNIC We Give S & H Green Stamps (Marion: Irene Swanson Chris- physical education; Gilbert Owen tianson, elementary education. Walton, Jr., business administra- New Albin: Sheryl Rae Ores- tion; Donald Joseph Welsh, busi- selhaus, sociology and business ness administration, administration (Jan.). Riceville: Edward Wesley McOelwein: Paul Edward John- Kibbin, business administration son, history; John, M. King, his- and history. tory; John L. Richardson, Eng- St. Lucas: Donald N. Kuehner, lish and business administration, physical education. Rowley: Gary Lee Shaver, Shellsburg: James Donald speech and English. Hayes, mathematics and physics; Shell Rock: Judith Lea Martin, John Richard Hyde, business ad- Mr. ' and Mrs. Ed Campbell of Fayette announce ihe engagement of their daughter, Kaye, to Gary F. Briesemeister, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred O. Briesemeister of Chicago, 111. Miss Campbell plans to attend GaJtes Business college at Waterloo. Her fiance is attending Upper Iowa university at Fayette. No date has been set for the wedding. SAVE 3 WAYS WITH AN ELECTRIC REFRIGERATOR- FREEZER! 1 SAVES MONEY-Grow and freeze your own produce or buy In bargain quantities, at saving!. 2 SAVES TIME-No hurried chopping tr)ps when you least want to take time. Start meals quickly, SAVES WORK-Evarythlng Is at hand, available and In shape for Immediate use. Saves much effort. 3 See Your ELECTRIC APPLIANCE Dealer Today! INTeMTATSMWai QQMfAWS' jn tfn inttrvtt of Total Metric tMng , COFFEE NOOK Grand Saturday & Sunday, May 27-28 FREE COFFEE Saturday, 8 A. M. - 4 P. M. We're Taking This Opportunity To Get Acquainted With All The People In Fayette. We Invite You To Come In And Visit With Us. Let Us Prove Our Capabilities As Restaurant Operators. — Bill and Donna Landis BE SURE TO REGISTER FOR DOOR PRIZES Drawing at 7 P. M., Sunday FIRST PRIZE TRANSISTOR RADIO SECOND PRIZE ELECTRIC CLOCK THIRD PRIZE TABLE LAMP FREE ICE CREAM CONES AND BAU-OONS FOR THE KIDDIES SUNDAY MENU Tomato Juice Tossed Salad Baked Society Ham Roast Beef p an Fried Chicken Potatoes & Gravy Peas & Carrots, Hot Dinner Rolls $125 •91

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