Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on July 27, 1961 · Page 1
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v— •- Time short for testing Livestock fair entries Every Fayctte county person months old must have passed a planning to exhibit livestock negative brucellosis blood test within 75 clays before the fair Des Moinof . of Hist. & Avchivti 1 at the Fayetle county fair or any other exhibition in Iowa needs to contact his veterinarian now, or as it.-on ;<s possible, to net his clearance for entry at the fairs. County Extension Director M. clays before opening, or. if thiy are calves under 30 mc-nths old, must have been i.-fficially ealfhood vaccinat ed. Beef calves with the exception C. Wangsness says some of the of steers that are not to go di- tcsts and vaccinations involved redly to slaughter at the close take time to complete. Failure to of the show, must pass a nega- . . . get these done early o.ulcl cut an tive brucellosis test before they Volume exhibitor out of the show. can be released from the fair- Extension Veterinarian John B. grounds. Calves fr.-r immediate slaughter after the fair don't have to meet the brucellosis and tuberculosis tests but must be I'lic Heart Of Nqrtheast Iowa's Scenic Wonderland Number 30 Thursday, July 27, 1961, Fayette, Iowa Eight Pages This Issue Herrik of Iowa State university warns exhibitors that m.-st exhibitions forbid admission of any swine to a fair or show in Iowa accompanied by a certificate unless they have been vaccinated signed by an accredited, licensed with anti hog-cholera scrum veterinarian that he found the more than 15 days before the animal free of symptoms of any opening date of the fair, or with infectious or communicable dis- an approved non-virulent virus cases in a clinical examination more than 21 clays before that within 30 days of the fair's open- date. All breeding swine four months old or older to be shown at a fair in Iowa must come from they do not have any a Certifier Brucellosis-free herd disease and have not or be accompanied by a veter- posed to any. inarian's certificate that they have not reacted to a brucel- losis test in the past CO days. 4-H record Books sent in For awards ing date. And sheep must come with a veterinarian's certificate that infectious been ex- Herrick recommends that livestock exhibitors haul their ani- The top girls and boys 4-H rec- r.rd books in Fayette county have b.-en sent uito the state 4-H office to compete for state awards. These books wjre long-time 4-H records for members who are 10 years old or older. They were mals to and from exhibitions in selected by the county boys and ani- gii-is 4-H committees from rec- All female cattle and bulls disinfected trucks and that must either come from a tuber- mals be placed in quarantine for urc i books submitted from the en- culin-free herd or must have at least 30 days after the exhibi- tire county. to a tubercu- tion bcfore the y aru returncd to The following aru returned to The following 4-H'ers were Jn this wayj you w .,, h;nored b havejng their record lin test within 75 days before the avoid infccting your herd if your books submitted: Beatrice Bran- Public hearing Monday On 1962 town budget n ™,,»A proved fairs opening date, breeding stock more All cattle s how animals than six disease. have contracted Fayette Midgets are undefeated; Meet Oelwein here Wednesday The Fayette Midgets won no hits, their eighth game without a de- Howie feat Monday as they . blanked Stanley, 14-0. The Cubs, however, lost a 3-0 decision, giving them a five win and three loss record for the season. Hubbell and Rollie Stoneman led the hitting Monday, with three hits each. Both boys, along with Bob Hubbell, lead the team in the batting column for the season. Stoneman non, Joann Hackman, James Frieden, James Koch, Steven Drewes, Gary Gamier and Roger Decker. Beatrice Brannon's book was selected for the poultry and the foads and nutrition awards. Joann Hackman's book was nominated for the canning award. Beatrice and Joann are members of the Eden Starlets 4-H club. James Frieden was selected for the leadership award. James Koch was selected for the agriculture and the field crop awards. Steven Drewes was rwm- THE NEW MOLD FOR MAKING PLASTIC ice buckels Is shown in the picture above. Several test runs have been made with the new mold, but actual production has not begun as yet.. The exact date will be announced soon. The date for the public hearing on the budget estimate proposed for Die town of Fayette will be Monday. July 31 at 7:30 p. m. at the town hall. Taxpayers will ho heard ST or against the propose;! budget at this time. HLart ait :ck take; Del Stevans, well- Known Fayette man The proposed expenditures estimated for the year 1962 amount to $71,000, which is about $2,600 more than the amount spent during 1960. The amount necessary to be raised by taxa- t.:n is $39,140. The street fund and the utilities fund expenditures ran highest during 1900, with $12,711 and $10,178 being spent from each fund respectively. For the year 1962, however, the proposed expenditures from the street fund amount to $7,,900, and from the utilities fund $9,000. The valuation of taxable pnop- erty in Fayette amounts to $1,131,766. Taxable valuation of land in Fayette is Local school board adopts Budget for the coming year Delbert Ace Stevens, an employee of Upper Iowa university agricultural r < •:• the past nine years, died un- $1;9,240. expectedly at his home in Fay- i tie shortly after o p. m.. Sun- Extensive damage to day. Death resulted from a heart attack. Mr. Stevens had been employed on the custodial staff of the University since 1952. A former Tom Butters has been the win- has five home runs and 20 runs ning pitcher in each of the eight batted in. Howie and Bob Huband in three innings bell are both batting over the .300 mark. In the Cub game, Steve Butters was on the mound, giving up only one hit and pounding out a single for the only Fayette hit. The Midgets will play their next game on Wednesday, when they host Oelwein at 1:30 p. m. on the U.I.U. diamond. games, and in Monday gave up only two hits and one walk. Larry Yates, who pitched the final two innings, gave up one walk and allowed Over $3 million Increase in bond sales The budgq't fr;r the Fayette Community school district was approved Monday night when no taxpayer appeared to object. According to the budget estimated for the dairy award and mate which was presented by the Roger Decker was nominated for school board,', the proposed expenditures for the 1961-62 school year will be $202,232. Of this a- will be raised $45,029 not by the previous year the expenditures were $181,744. The estimated tax per SI.000 valuation is 57.8. The number of persons school age in the Fayette district is 505. the breed champion award. Butters promoted To vice president mount, $157,203 by taxation and taxation. The school district expend!- tures for the year ending June 30 amounted to $219,589, and for Area youngsters to If! Plays at Upper Iowa Three short plays will be pro- Kenneth Butters, head of B. C. NOTICE Morton and Company's office in The Fayelta Chamber of Com 'Vom Toman"' Upper' Iowa stu Oelwein, has been named a resi- merce picnic, which was ached- .scnted August 3 by members of million in the first six months de nt, is the coach for both the dent vice president of the na- uled for Thursday night -«' »- ----- rf™ mn «i,« m n « m IT™™ of 1961. Sales in June were Midget and Cub teams this sea- tionally represented . To be law and clear $10,377,590, boosting the total at the half-way mark to $81,994,819, for 55 per cent of the annual quo- R epor t trout streams ta. National average for the r period was 52 per cent. Forrest B. Claxton of Fayette, volunteer county chairman, reported that June sales in Fayette county were $124,085 for 51 per cent of its 1961 quota. "Iowa still leads all eight mid- western states in this region," the chairman said, "in both dollar volume and per cent of quota attained." na- uled for Thursday night, will be investment postponed on* ve«k, and will b« Bernard CarveiThrtd Thuwda> nlghs. Avicrusr'3, organization, the firm's president, announced recently. B. C. Morton's Oelwein office, located at 10'/4 South Frederick street, is one of 83 currently maintained throughout the United States and in several for- by the Boston- al 6:30 p. m. at Klock's Island. The picnic is being postponed so as not to interfere with a promotion of one of the C. of C. members. A free smorgasbord had previously been planned by Bill's Super Valu. All C. of C. members and their families and anyone else inter- were The newly appointed resident eatin' vice president will continue to supervise activities in the Oelwein office, and in addition will assume added responsibilities in the world-wide Morton organi- The following streams stocked last week with size beauties, mostly rainbows: In Allamakee county — Big Paint creek, Little Paint creek, Wexford creek, Waterloo creek and Hickory creek. . In Clayton county — Bloody ily live just south of Fayette. ested in the Fayelte Chamber of , arc ., NcW!rlncIcss ,. by stu . Commerce are invited to attend .„., w ,,| k( ,,.. ,, siv wh ,/ PlKR 3 Each family the picnic Aug. should bring a favorite dish and their own table service. and Run creek, Joy Springs South Codar creek. In Delaware county — Elk creek Club members visit Durfeys on anniversary Twelve members of the Social Hour club drove to Cedar creek and R i c h mO nd Springs. Rapids Tuesday with picnic dinner to help Mr. and Mrs. Don Durfey celebrate their 25th wedding anniversary. Mrs. Durfey was a former member of the club. Those who went were: Mrs. J. . , Ki-thdav club Herwig, Mrs. Roger Lund, Mrs. JUty Dlltnaay CIUD Earl Aanes, Mrs. Ronald Ash, Met j n Herwig home Mrs. Arnold Heth,_ Mrs. Lloyd ^ ^ Herwig entertained six 11 1C WWl 1U- W »>-*^ AM.W*. VW*» frf* fa**"" -, • •• J zation. Mr. Butters and his fam- Sewing guild meets Members of the Grace The Morton organization specializes in mutual funds, savings and loan placements, bank time __.. . _ deposits, and realty syndication. In Fayette county — Grannis The 13-year-old firm is aaid to Harold Huebner and Mrs. Don ce k. have had one of the fastest Albert, Mrs. Caroline Engler of Altai- Sewing Guild who met at the home of Mrs. John Moore Thursday evening were Mrs. Howard Nicholson of West Union, Mrs. In Winneshiek county — North growths in the history of the in- Randalia; Mrs. E. W. Maurer, Bear and South Bear creeks Trout Run and Twin Spring!. Mrs. Nor- Don Van- CamP M*w' women at her "home Thursday, Lorenz Wil- Jul y 20 ' to fcor & anize the J" 1 ? Lorenz Wil Birlhday club _ A favor ite dish Holtzman, Mrs. Ed Mrs. Eldred Dumermuth, Howard Burns, Mrs. ke Mrs. Alfred Ash and M°rs. L^dro^the^winch ^ Period was spent in Mrs. dinner was held at noon and the took the members. take-away bingo. vestment industry. Its sales Mrs. Russell Wenthe, volume was well over $100 mil- man Betke, and Mrs. lion in 1961. dcrscc, of Fayette. School buses in Fayette county Transport 3,282 students each day State Add claims which have lows: been filed with the State De- Turkey Valley Community the partment of Public Instruction by school district used nine buses art Walker; "Six Who Pass while the Lentils Boil" and "Shepherd in the Distance" by Holland Hudson. The casts include: Becky Truesdell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Truesdell, Maynard. Wayne Whitney, »-;n of Mr. and Mrs. Manford F. Whitney, Klka- der. Diane James, daughter of Mr. ;;:id Mi's. Ross James, Clermunt. Wayne Kroeger, son of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Kroeger, Sumner Janeen iJiiley, daughter "f Mr. and Mrs. Ray Dilley, Fayette. Bonnie Owen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Owen, Randalia. Brent Paige, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Paige, West Union. -Ruth Ann Shulte, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Shulte, Elkader. Crops near Hawkeye, As result of storm Severe hail and wind damage higirVchoofaUUcte l 'at Hawkeye'. st , ruck the Hawkevc area Sunday aftcrncon, cutting a swath thru farm land from five miles northeast to three miles of the town. Extensive crop damage resulted from the huge hail and severe winds. Will Heick, five miles northwest of Hawkeye, said that !)5 acres of corn, 35 acres of soybeans and 60 acres of oats wete badly damaged. Mrs. Heick said that an hour after the storm she picked up hailstones % of an inch in diameter. The Virgil Jencks farm, adjoining the Heick farm to the east, was struck by a tornado, which leveled a grove of maple trees, tore up a brooder house and moved a grain bin. Hogs in the brooder house escaped injury. Jencks said he saw hail a foot doop. ... ...... .. . Across the road from the Jencks farm, a grove of trees at the Anno Hook farm was uprooted and destroyed, 30 to 40 acres of corn and beans were damaged. East of Hawkeye, Art Nccker lost 60 acres of beans which were completely destroyed by wind and hail. Other farmers in the area who lost corn und beans include H. H. Engel, Walter Dietel, O. A. VanSickle, Dale Shaffer and Robert Faust. ami widely known sports enthusiast, Mr. Stevens frequently officiated at area sports cs'cnts. lie was apparently in good health just, prior to the sudden heart attack. He was born in Waucoma on August 22, 1911, and had lived in Iowa all his life, spending the last 20 years in Fayette. Prior to his employment by the University, he had been a railroad emp!uyee for 13 years. Mr. Stevens is survived by his wife Dorothy; a son Terry of Oelwein; a daughter, Mrs. Kathryn Lund of Osage; a grandchild, Shawn, of Oelwein; one sister, junior dramatics class at Upper ... . ., „ . ,., , . Iowa University. The productions and Uin -' L ' brothers. Prank (Hjmk) will T>e started as a part "of Hie UIU summer enrichment program for children. The plays, to which the public „, „;,. Belles-Wright Funeral is invited, will be given at 7:30 home, with burial in the Grand- p.m. on Thursday, August 3, in the Colgrovc-Walkcr Memorial building, under the direction of Gary L. Shaver of Rowley. The ette; Howard of Waterloo. Funeral services will be held at '2 p. in. Wednesday, July 26, view cemetery. The Rev. Norman Uetke of the Grace Lutheran church, will officiate. T-V classroom series Is scheduled again The T-V classroom scries for sclvols of Fayette county will be .continued this next school year with the sponsorship of the Fayette county board of education. The programs will be increased to a five-day series, and will be broadcast fn.-m stations KWWL, Channel 7, and WMT, Channel 2. The lime for KWWL will be 9 a m. and WMT will be 9:30 a. m. These series of classroom programs are for the elementary !',r:ules, but many adults view the assignments in horrws with a great amount of interest. Manuals for teachers have Beatrice Brannon attends State 4-H conference Beatrice Brannon was named as the 4-H member from Fayette county to attend the state Leadership conference, July 23-29. The conference is being held at the state 4-H camp near Madrid, Iowa. The conference is planned to give young people leadership been mailed to the participating training which will better equip sch ols of Fayette county. The them to serve in leadership cap- will st;.rt Mondnv. acities in their Louise Wallskog, daughter of Explore Science Mr. and Mrs. Albert Wallskog, Landmarks m Iowa Fredricksburg. Attend baseball school Two Fayette boys are now tending the Mickey Owen base ball school for boys at Miller, Mo The local youths are Clark Austin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Austin, and Clyde Pickett, Monday, "cities in their community and (.uunty. All thoae attending will be presented is B a ' n understanding of their role in groups and how groups func- A part of the training is also in recreation leadership. Miss Brannon is a member of the Eden Starlets 4-H club and is a past county 4-H officer. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Brannon of Waucoma. programs will start Sept. 11. The series to as follows: American history (a new program) — Monday; Let's tion. Tuesday; History — Wednesday; Let's Explore Sci- -.. „„!. .,,,v,,.,,i Ash, Mrs. Isaac Paul and the buses traveled 3 998 miles each school hostess. day and transported 3,282 child- which The 1962 gathering will be ren held at the home of Mrs. Lloyd The number of buses, miles oTMr '.and Mr" Paul Pick- Holtzman an^ f MrsT jlmes MU1- traveled and children transported OI er will have charge of fun time, -in each school district is as fol- Advise 4-H producers to watch traveled a total of 519.8 miles per day and transported and 436. The Valley Community school district used 16 buses which traveled a total of 744.0 miles per day and transported 663. The North Fayette county community school district used 18 buses which traveled a total of 1,138.8 miles per day and transported 780. The Arlington Independent Meyer, daughter of Mr. Friday. Mrs. Doran Meyer, West _ — Union Lima group met Thursday The Lima Ladies Cemetery association held a meeting Thurs Named to Dean's list George Malvern was among the 58 students to be named to tho Dean's Honor Roll at Upper „_,„..„ „ Iowa University for the spring Mary Emerson, daughter of Mr. ^y'evening at the church to dis- semester, it was announced to- and Mrs. Max Emerson, West Union. cuss whether to try and raise money to pay for care of the cem- Bill Bravener, son of Mr. and e(el . y or to try and get interests. Niel Bravener, Fredricks- ( , d p a ,. t j es to donate Mrs. burg. Danny Dean, son of Mr. Mrs. Delbert Dean, Fayette. Nancy McKoon, daughter and of Weiqhf, and practice showmanship t rt TfWiyin/ j~ | gchool dis t d b Mr"and" Mrs. John McKoon, May- Weigh your pigs several times pay to sell market pigs before eludes the preparation of tack, which traveled aL total of JOi during the feeding period, Fay- the show if they are likely to ex-, feeding, bedding and watering miles per day, and transported ette county Extension Associate ceed this weight at show time, arrangements, the clipping of 30£ rentral r omrTU , nitv Harold L. Boulton is urging local Whatever you do. don't "hold ears and tail and trimming of the The West Central c ™ Mn u«'ty 4-H market pig club members, them back" on feed in order to feet, training, brushing and school distiwt used1 15 buses He s^ys he's also emphasizing keep them light weight. This washing the pigs at home before which traveled a total of 404 the S for showmanship prac- usually won't pay. the show. Pig* will be more miles per day and transported tice now as fair time approaches. This means that whatever pigs comfortable, feel more at home 547. These two activities can make you show at the fair should be and show better if they|ve be- the .... - . 11 »-j «..»u „„. eel parties to donate labor. It was decided to have work donated. The cemetery WJis mowed Saturday afternoon. day. Malvern is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert W. Malvern of Maynard. In order to be named to the honor roll, students must achieve a scholastic average of 3.5 or better from a possible 4.0. nard. Kathy Hanson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Max Hunsen, Oelwein. Ricky Karban, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Karban, West Un- The Fayette Community iciiw yuu aitwY «*. **»t; AM** ****** V4«w **** ****** ****** w» M w**w- .- „ - - — ^ A { Hn difference between a top ones that come out at the pre- come well acquainted with such district used siv nu sf .« e in the 4-H show and just ferred 200 to 210 paund weights show proceedings befiore they traveled a o an ordinary showing. Swine on a full feed all the way. are moved to the strange envir- day and transported ***' ^cfi^p-White^e^ofJowa j^to .^od^^howmanship, on^*^ ^^ will ^"f^el^f ^ou^ Family picnic Sunday Dafla McBridei daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Vcarl G. McBridc, Fay- Nell Lange, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Lange, Elkader. Free smorgasbord to be Held at Bill's Super Valu The welcome mat will defin- pop, milk, coffee, pork and beans, itely be out at Bill's Super Valu, Counters will be set up on the Thursday, July 27, when the first parking lot, and serving will be- annual smorgasbord is sponsored gin at 5 p. m., and will continue by the local store. until everyone is served. Store Everyone in. the Fayette shop- personnel, company representa- will how — can estimate what its will be at show time, makej a difference In the impres- quickly and exactly in the ring However, 111 Vw» nt RhOW time, IIIUH*J « U*I*WC»IM; ill *•»» UMI»M>- »n«»w«»«jr »»»v» VA»VV>^ *« «-••• -—-o . ...Mi u_ u i . ~ i TTI 1 whi?*kL MW the market pigs sion the judge gets of the Ucg you if he i* to give the judge a good transportation will be paid at of Cedar Pal ™5d weieh^about^OO to 210 show opportunity to notice his animel's 60 per cent of the claim, which Donald Dean ±ds at market time ft will Hog showmanship, he adds, in- best traite. will amount to $18 per pupil. Delbert Dean should pounds Falls, Mr. and and Mr. and and family. Mrs. Potato salad, cold meats, cottage Everything at the smorgasbord cheese, potato chips, pickles, will be free, sponsored by Bill's bread, cookies, cracker snacks, Super Valu of Fayettf:.

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