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Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa · Page 1

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1 he Heart Of Northeast Iowa's Scenic Wonderland Volume 47, Number 25 Thursday, June 22, 1961, Fayette, Iowa Eight Pages This Issue Home Economist Appointed for Hod Johnson named x /c/ng For a day' by daughter JOHN DE GROOTE of Humboldt, a senior medical student trom the University of Iowa, will be a resident of FayetJe for one C~*.^U.~. ^....i. month, wnring his preceptorship in the office of Dr. Scoll Linge. ^70116 COURTY During the month he will work along with Dr. Linge, helping to ' examine patients, and observing a doctor's routine. Mr. DeGroote Mis s Dorothye E. Busching of i £V urled ' and na * a * ive months old son. His wife and son are Stanwood has been appointed as visiting her parents in Chicago for the month. He will graduate County Extension Assistant in ~ »962. Home Economics work in Fayette county, effective July 1, subject to approval of the State Board of Regents, according to a joint announcement made by Albert Bodensteiner, chairman of the Fayette County Extension Council, and Dean Floyd Andre, director of the Iowa Extension Service. The entry of nine-year-old El- loves God and his family." Miss Busching's appointment len Johnoan won her father, Merchants who helped • to wi " a S ain bring the Fayette Howard (Hod) Johnson, the hon- sponsor the contest were: State co " nt y extension staff to full or of being "king for a day" in Bank of Fayette, Maurer's Shoes strength. Other members are the recent Father's Day contest, and Clothing, Fayette Insurance Mt> l v '» C. Wangsness, county ex- sponsored by the Fayette Leader Agency, Ott's Drive In, E. H. lc " si °n director, and Harold L. and 13 Fayette businessmen. Carley, Coffee Nook, Bill's Sup- Ellen will receive the $5 er Valu, Upper Iowa University, grand prize for the winning en- Farm Bureau Insurance Agency, try, and her father will receive Vandersec Plumbing and Heat- a $10 prize. The second place ing, Peoples Natural Gas, Lucy's daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin prize of $2 was awarded to Bar- Garden of Eat'en, Earl Schneider Busching of Cedar county. She bara Ann Hayes, daughter of Mr. Insurance Agency. and Mrs. Clifford Hayes, of Fay- Winners may pick up their ette. Third prize of $1 goes to prizes at the Leader office. Laurel Reed, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dean Reed, of Independence. The winning entry, written by Ellen Johnson, is as follows: "My father should be king for . i i i a day because he turns rock into Annfid to bread and butter. He lets me 1MMVM lw slay up late at night. He is kind to children and old people. He Fayette softbaii squad wins 2 B"ulton, county extension as- Miss Busching, a graduate of Irwa State university, is the i L 1600116 PS Five new instructors have been hired by the Fayette Community scncol board to complete the faculty for the 1961-62 school year, according to Supt. D. Dean Curtis. New teachers in the school system include the following: Second grade, Mrs. Janis Mrs. Charles Schlumbohm of Knight a 1961 graduate of Upper Aurora will participate in the fi- Iowa univcrsity . additi , 3na i third nal planning and adoption of the state Farm Bureau women's pro- S rade teacher, Mrs. Irene Mcgram during the summer confer- Colley, who has had three years ence in Des Moines June 25-27. experience in the primary As, Fayette county woi^n's grades; home economics. Mrs Mrs. Schlumbohm Official delegate The Fayette Softball squad walked off with two wins Sunday night to run their string of wins to four, with no losses. Meeting a John Deere of Wa- terlco squad, the local club squeaked by with a 12-11 score in the opener and romped to a 12-1 victory in the night-cap. Dick Timmerman was on the mound for the locals in both games, and held the Waterloo club to only three hits in the second game. Fayette scored five runs in the first inning of the opener, and stayed ahead until the fifth inning when the visitors tied the score and then went ahead by two runs in the top of the sixth. Fayette came back with four runs in the bottom of the sixth and held Waterloo to only one in the seventh for the win. In the second game the visitors went scoreless until the fifth inning when they managed to shove one run across. The locals went on a scoring rampage in the bottom of the sixth, scoring seven runs to ice the game, 12-1. The Fayette club is in a nine team league composed of two teams from St. Lucas, and teams from Wadena, Elgin, Alpha, Loft to right, they arc: Janice Waucoma, West Union and WINNERS OF LAST WEEK'S talent show are pictured above. Stoneman, Cindy Alderson, of Fayetle; Larry and Paul Kanmcyer of Frederika: Arthur Petchye and Hawkeye. Becky Sue Krapfl of Fayetle. Each aci in the lal:nt show received S2.50. Members of the ' their positions Leader receives DOROTHYE E. BUSCHING was an active 4-H club member i'ut ciglit Four winning ads in Weekly falenf con/esf Four winners were picked from auctioneer; Cindy Alderson and a group of about 20 contestants Janice Stoncinon, who presented who took part in the Friday night a piano and vocal selection; Bcr- laltnt show last week. ky Sue Krapfel of Fayette in a Winners included: Larry and dance number. Paul Kanmeyer, Frederika, who played the electro organ and ac- squad and are: Pitchers — Dick Timmerman, Bob Dirks; catcher — Roger Earle, Dave Lau; first base — Chuck Good- ur; second base — Harold Bolton; third base — Charles Chase; short stop — Dave Ripley; outfield — Gary Ash, Larry Evan, Bill Chase, Jack Mullins, Dick The Kay ette Leader is one of Clark, Ron Maxaon. Ihe Fayetto i..unty organizations Thc remaining schedule for squad is as follows, home Citation from U. S. Treasury chair man* ~Mrs. SchTumbohnT^ill Ronald Nelson, who has had 11 a t Iowa State university, she ette who did an imitation of an compete again in the finals for and individuals who were hon- ,, Each competing act received a ore:i recently by the U. S. Trea- prize of $2.50, and all of the win- ? urv Dectirtir.ari' for tin ir yolun- Sames in bold type: nave me opportunity to fecr efforts in the promotion of be the county's official delegate years teaching experience; vocal was chairman of Religion in Life to the meeting. The leaders music, Earle Powis, a 1961 grad- week, and a leader in Veisha ac- from the 100 county Farm Bu- uate of Iowa State Teachers col- tivities in addition to being el- reau women's groups will dis- Ie 6 e l science and assistant coach, cc t c d to a number of honorary cuss and adopt a program for Larry Jackson, a 1961 graduate g rou p.s for her scholastic and 1982 and 1963. of Upper Iowa university. activity achievements. During the summer of 1960, she was employed as extension trainee in Allamakee county. Miss Busching will have pri- Preliminary plans for the pro- . gram were developed by a state ray ette wins 15 - 16 planning committee, composed of Battle with Wadena a county women's chairman from each of the nine Farm Bureau districts. Others planning to attend from Fay 6 ** 6 county are: Mrs. Judd Van Brocklin, vice chairman, of Hawkeye; Mrs. L. R. The roftball game Tuesday mary responsibility in the Ex- night was certainly no pitchers tens.'on Family Living and Home Home Economist To serve district For Peoples Gas grand prize. This weeks talent show will be held on the parking lot just north of Bill's Super Value. Anyone interested in taking part in the show should contact D:n Rainer or Lucy Lamphicr, or be at the Claxton. the U. S. savings bonds program. Treasury Department 20th anniversary citat:.'iis were awarded to: Slate Hank of Fayette, Fayette County A. S. C., Maynard Savings Hank, Arlington State Bank, Fayette Leader, and F. B. parking night. lot by 8 p. in. Friday Peoples Natural Gas customers Volunteer Savings Bond Chairman F. B. Claxton, said, "I am honored to repiesent Secretary of the Treasury Douglas Dillon in June 22 — Elgin June 25 — St. Lucas June 29 — St. Lucas July 6 — Alpha July 11 — Waucoma July 15 — West Union July 18 — St. Lucas July 20 — Hawkeye July 25 — Elgin Aug. 3 — Alpha Aug. 8 — St. Lucas nine was un- gram. score. The Wadena Bahe, "past "county chairman, of doubtedly the toughest competi- Oelwein; and Donald Rainer, tion the locals had met this year, fieldman, of Fayette. Mrs. Bahe iTne Fayette club fell behind will report on her trip to the na- m he firgt innj but tional meeting at Denver, Colo., Services Wednesday For Mrs. Clara Doughty fifth straight game with a 15-13 ette county, in addition to assist- new helper beginning June 19 in Funeral services for Mrs. ervation of u .sound national econ- games begin at 8 p. ing with the total extension pro- the person of Lois Jean Pride, Clara Doughty, !!6, of Fayette, r.my. I urge all citixcns to partic- high school baseball two opening games, duel, but the Fayette club won its Economics 4-H programs in Fay- j n the Dubuquc area will have a In the paying tribute to these volunteers Fayette defeated Waucoma 14-4, for their contribution to the pres- and Hawkeye 4-0. All home m. on the field. rites For Erma Wickham Among the featured speakers trol of the game. at the conference will be Mrs. Wadena scored four in the Haven, Smith of Chappell, Nebr., fifth inning to narrow the mar- were University of Wisconsin-trained were held at 2 p. m., Wednesday home economist. at the First Methodist church in Miss Pride has been assigned to Fayette. Mrs. Doughty died at Dubuque as the first Peoples Nat- the Driscoll Nursing home in ural Gas district home economist, Oelwein, Monday, June 19. to Laura Piepgras, Clara Prideaux was ly.:rn Oct. 1875, in Bloominglon, Wis. . _, ,, r ,-. , ^i". was married to Arthur Wright funeral home, with bur- JJ c S ka ^ '' Doughty in 1900, at Arlington. Miss Pride's duties in the Du- Tlu;V livL ' d mosl ul ' lnt>ir mal '- serving buque Peoples district will in- ried life on a farm south of Fay- elude visiting with homemakers ette. ipale in the savings bonds 20lh anniversary celebration by buying an extra savings bond in 10IJ1." __ _ Funeral services for Mrs. Erma ac cording which 'shT'aftendeT as"a state back for four runs in the second c. Wickham, 75, were held Tues- home service director for Peoples 12 , delegate ' and six in the fourth to keep con- day Junc 20, from the Belles- Natural Gas, division of Northern sh( , *^ B .. „ . , __, ... , f . i. _ . _ Mntnivil rl:i« fVirnnjmv nf Om.'mn American F^arm Bureau women's gin to one run, but they chairman; the Rev. John Davies, unable to go ahead. pastor of the Collegiate Presby- Dirks was the starting pitcher Mrs. Wickham died Saturday, to demonstrate ways to make terian church at Ames; Mrs. for Fayette,. and was later re- j une \i t a t the Pawating hospital better use of gas appliances, pre- David Paul of Gilman; and E. lieved by Timmerman. Keith ial in the Oak Lawn cemetery near Hawkeye. The Rev. Wallace Wellman of Waukon officiated. Mrs. Wickham died Saturday, Cardinals open Summer season With 2 victories The Fayette Cardinals opened their summer baseball schedule Surviving arc four sons: Dun- lr; "-' k pl"" lm K tno last two years last Thursday with a 10-1 win McCorcl reports on Agriculture practices On Tuesday of last week spent a day in Iowa County agriculture practices. On one farm wo visited the wner had been using wheel- Howard Hill, Iowa Farm Bureau Jennings was on the mound president. Wadena. for in Berrien three weeks illness. aid of Cedar Rapids, John of and liked it very much. This was on rolling Mirh after a seating demonstrations in schools, . - —„ Wilcn - aller a working with teen-age groups in- Hampshire, 111., Paul of Oelwein pl , WL , d and p i an ted on the con- Elkader. over Strawberry Point, and add- land ed another victory Saturday, over tour using a pre-emergence spray Alan Finger was the winning nly behind the planter tracks pitcher in the game with Straw- eluding Girl Scouts, Camp Fire and Mervin of Fayette; one She was a former resident of Qi r i s an d Boy Scouts, demonstra- daughter, Mrs. Howard Mikel of , n ly behind Fayetle and vicinity, and had ting" the proper use of appliances Woods'.ock, Iowa; one sister, where the soil was packed. berry Point, and Jim Timmer- lived in Berrien Springs with her in dealers' showrooms and dis- Mrs. Blanche Turner of Arling- Because of the loose ground he man went the distance for the A „!,* - lurro Fiin Rnninur thp tributing new recipes. ton. had no runoff or washing of the win over Elkader. daughter, Mrs. *aia tsonjour, me ^ ^ University of Wisconsin, she was Preceded in death by K uil during the two years. The Cardinal roster includes past two years. ^.^ wag g memDer o f tne Youth her Parents, one sister and four He was especially enthusiastic the following members and their Erma C Nims was barn Aug- Annex CI U D the American Home brothers. of this melted because he had positions: ust 9 1885, in Auburn township, Economics ' Society, the Blue Burial was in the Grandview time to put up all his hay before Don Timmerman, first base; The feature attraction at this will round out the field day pro- Fayette county, to Henry and shield 4-H and she participated cemetery with the Rev. Emory it was necessary to plow the corn. Alan Finger, second base and year's Carrington - Clyde .Ex- gram. Hattie Nims. She grew up in that in the SC onsorship of the univer- of Oelwein officiating. Belles- Experiments are showing that pitch; Jim Timmerman, second perimental Farm Field Day will Oats growing on the farm in- locality and ,-eceived her educa- sity ' s Home Economics Hospital- Wright Funeral home was in Around plowed, left rough, then base and pitch; Doug Fay, catch-be a demonstration of flame cul- elude Tonka, Putnam 61, Noda- Uon in lhe schoo i s O f the com- ; t v Dav Earlv this month she was charge of arrangements. wheel track planted, reduces run- er; Dennis Dilley, third base; tivstion, a weed killing method way and several experimental munity awarded a bachelor of science de- — ; widely used on the cottonlands varieties. . , On Sept. 17, 1903, she was mar- greL . with a ma j or , n home eco- Joy Lamphier has of the south, but strange to Iowa The chemical weed control r - ed to William R. Wickham. To feature flame cultivation at Carrington - Clyde field day June 30 her husband. She is survived corn. . demonstrtaion will show what. Th0 made their home on various Payette County Extension Di- Atrazine and 2, 4-D can do as farms in the Hawkeye, West Un- rectbr M C. Wangsness reported pre-emergence materials where 4 and C i ermon t ar eas, and later the field day activities will get (1) no cultivation is used, (2) cul- ne moved to Fayette underway at 9 a. m., Friday, tivation is used and (3) where ghe was preced ed in death by June 30, on the farm grounds cultivation is used along with four and one-half miles north of rotary hoeing. Each plot treated Independence on highway 150. with Atrazine and 2, 4-D has a Demonstrations will last until companion plot where manage- 12 noon. ment has been the same except According to E. P. Sylvester, for the chemical treatment. control specialist at Iowa Tillage methods demonstrated e, the University tested-flame will include wheeltrack planting, cultivation on vegetable- crops, conventional tillage and a new soybeans and corn back in 1946 system where a farmer plows his M The method showed no land and then uses his regular n M ! „ „:«...«» on tender vegetable corn cultivator to prepare the c V ee ^ nt ' and Mrs . Ruby Wolf of f? re . n ! s ™ u " tdanyf 1"!™°°"' «£' nomks . tu J u Surgery; California Miss Pride is the daughter of . . . Mr. and Mrs. Charles A, Pride of Trip IS postponed rural Oskosh, Wisconsin. At Du- Mr. and Mrs. Joy Lamphier buque her home will be at 605 started home fiVJin Cheyanne, West llth street. Her office will Wyo., Tuesday after a hectic 10 be in the Peoples Natural Gas da y s which was to have been a building at 356 Main St. in Du- vacation trip to California. Mr. and Mrs. Lamphier, and Carol and Dorothy Burget, left „„ Rapids, and "(Dorothy) ra«y t-amucn tnjureu JJyette J«ne f wlt^ hc ^ Clyde Parrott of Douds; six m f a ll at f arm home P <"»uj,nt", ns . , and Paul Wick- bu " ue ' . rien SDrines- Lester . ~, , g Patty Lambert injured Garcia of Oelwein, headed tor . ibly , ess On June 10, in Ogel- thr~ee s'isten^who Patt y Lambert ' »• daughter of California. Connor of Fav- Mr ' and Mrs. Robert Lambert, fell lala, Nebr., Mr. Lamphier became wea ther Connor of *ay _ _.„, _„ o( (ho hnmp nf hpr m and began hemorrhaging. Visit weatner He was transferred to a hos- At crons and soybeans and gave seedbed, white planting at the poor results on corn. Some re- same time. Thompson believes finAmonttt have been made in the that, under most Iowa conditions, SE ce then however, this last system makes more Des Moines. winL-Vvatr, nf on a milk can at the home of her ill and began hemorrhaging WicKnam 01 parents Thursday afternoon, stri- He was transferred to a hos- At a recent meeting the 4-H king the back of her head. The pital in Cheyanne, Wyo., where Climatology Project members blow rendered her unconscious. a specialist performed surgery visited the Fayette Weather Sta- n . ••«.'!_ Receive* poetry honors She was taken to Palmer Mem- on "a growth m his nose. Dur- tion and later studied cloud types, orial hospital in West Union ing the past week he has had eff approximately 40 per cent. Ron Timmerman, short stop; This, o mbined with contouring Steve Vermazen, outfield; Larry makes an excellent job of con- Williams, outfield and pitch; trolling erosion and at the same Bob Lamphier, catcher and out- time the soil lets rainfall soak in- field; Ron Pattison, outfield; Joe to the ground. Smith, outfield; Joe Gibson, out- On meadow ground he pastures field; Bob Hubbell, second base in the spring to control top and short stop; Rollie Stoneman, growth, then he is able to do a first base and catcher; Mick better job of plowing and cover- Gage, outfield; Tom Schmidt, ing. second base. His yield is as good or better Games remaining on the sched- depending on the year than the ule are as follows, home games ;, nvontional method of planting, in bold type: d his labor costs are consider- June 23 — North ' June 24 — Sumner June 26 — Independence June 29 — North June 30 — East Buchanan July 4 — Elkader July 8 — East Buchanan July 20 — Strawberry Point .... , ,, All home games will be play- llu>y , /; cpl)1 ; U : d .. tl !! 4 .. fol .l°. w A ng ed on the new Upper lowauni- snc , , . might make flame culti- sense tiian any of the other so- Ladcryl Bierbower of Fayette where x-rays were taken but no nine blood transfusions. precipitation tor * ayette county. versity diamond, north of the vatlhn oractical under some Iowa called minimum tillage methods, was awarded second place in the serious damage was located as she His ron, Robert, went to Chey- northeast — J.J to J.& in. ana Nutri . Pak p ] ant conditions Fertility demonstrations at the fifth grade division of the Iowa remained in a semi conscious con- anne last Wednesday, and is Southeast — d.a to D.J m. ine caused from local "'HrTrvev'"Thompson, Iowa State field day will compare the ef- Poetry Day association contest dition. bringing his parents back, lhe spread was t-auseu n-om lut-ai pLji-jU.-^ t t Dmist says chemical weed fects of nitrogen, phosphorus, recently. Barbara Ashby of Friday she was taken to Ro- hemorrhaging has subsided en- showers. oun^v , MI * ™- ^ ,L tillage and fertility dem- potassium and manure (separate- Fayette also received an honor- Chester where she will remain a ough to travel, and the special- The group will meet again in The Philatheas will meet Wed- tloM olus a look at the lat- ly and in combination) on corn, able mention in the third grade few days for tests and observe- 1st believed that a lower altitude late July to make plans for a nesday June 28, at 12:15 p.m. iecvmmVnded oat varieties oats and meadow, division. tion. would be better for his illness, booth at the County Fair. with Mrs. Grant Kiel.

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