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Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa · Page 1

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Complete plans for girls' Exhibits at county fair Oepi. of Hist. & Aroh/v< ")"s Moines, 19, Iowa On August 21 sonv 4-H entries of baked and canned products are expected to be interne! at the Fayette county fair, reports Dorothye Bushing, county extension home economist. These products come as a conclusion U> the foods and nutrition year for the 4-H girls, and have been selected as best, to represent their Second street dance To be held Friday The second in the series of street dances sponsored by Fayette merchants will be held this Friday night on the parking area north of Bill's Super Valu. clubs ;it thu 14 local achievement slows. The classes for 4 -H judging at the fair have been divided into junior, intermediate and senior divisions so that each age group may be more fairly judged in competition with others of the same age and similar abilities. All entries are to be in place by 2 p. m. so that judging may begin at that time. Judges for the products will be Mrs. John Patterson, of Cresco, and Miss Willa Helwig, of Monona. Top entries from the intermediate and senior classes will be selected to represent Fayette county at the Iowa state fair. A new class which has created much interest this year is the "Science Why" exhibit. In this exhibit the 4 -H members will be Volume 47, Number 33 c Heart Of Northeast Iowa's Scenic Wonderland Muirsdfiy, August 17, 1961, Fayette, Iowa The dance this week will con- displaying the "why" behind such sist of mxlern dancing and common phenomena in cooking square dancing. Music for the as why the cake raises or the dance will be furnished by Jack cookies brown. It is a class which Howard and several members of has provided opportunity for his oichestva. many 4 -H girls to be creative and The first dance, last Friday learn while they planned their night was strictly for square exhibit. dancers. A large number of peo- on Thursday, August 24, the pie attended the dance, but only top demonstrations which were a small number took active part, selected on Demonstration Day The sponsoring merchants urge everyone in the area to attend the Friday night dances and take part. Dances begin at 8.30 p. m. Merchants who are helping to sponsor the dances are: Standard Service Station, State Bank of Fayette, Upper Iowa University, Ed Campbell's Deep Rock station, Interstate Power Co., University Cleaners. Knight's Hardware, Maurer's Shoes and Clothing, 'Gay's Barber Shop., Zabriskie's Garage, fi^fa Blaker wins Lucy's Garden at Eaten', Gene ... Singer Plumbing and Heating, $25 memorial prize Harry's Cities Service, Esirl Schneider Insurance Agency, Bill's Super Valu, Fayette Insurance Agency, Fayette Leader. Any other merchants who are interested in helping to sponsor the dances should contact Bill's Super Valu or the Leader office. will be presented at 2 p. m. in the dance hall on th^ fair grounds. The public is invited to attend these demonstrations. Throughout the week, the county 4 -H committee, officers, leaders and 4 -H members will be sharing the responsibility of pa- truifing the 4 -H building, answering questions and carrying out plans for the 4 -H shows at the Fayette county fair. Six Pages This Issue Wheat producers to vote Regard marketing quotas Wheat psoducers will vote on If quotas are not approved by the August 24 on whether or not necessary percentage of votes, marketing quotas will be in ef- there will be no limit of market- fect for the 1982 wheat crop, El- mt :s. and price support — at 50 is W. Thompson, chairman of the per cent of parity — will be F; vette County ASC committee, available to those farmers who .rinoinred this week. Quotas for comply with their acreage allot- the icf \rendum date was defer- merits. red. priviin.: action to provide an Ballots will be cast at local pol- in .-'!••« ed u'Jj '.'il program for the ling places throughout the 39- state commercial wheat area. Loin setting the August 24 refer- cation of polling places will be endum date. Secretary Freeman announced by the county ASC- s;\i>t: "The decision that farmers committees, who will have make is extremely important to charge of the referendum locally, thin and to the rest :->f the nation Thr 1961 Feed Grain Program, not only Tor 1!)(32 but also for while accomplishing two major main- years to come. The program objectives of reducing stocks and available wiih quotas in effect cutting program costs, will in- would be far different from that crease farm income by about $500 which could he .-perated without million, according to IT. S. De- REACTIVITY OF A FROG's muscle was studied \;~ -i dents attending the summer Science and Maih ^nmticr cently. A revolving graph records She muscle reu '.t on (left to right) Fred E. Tesch. Osage; Wliliam Thonvpr -on. Sixty-five students attended the institute, spons .! i' f'.UI bv the National Science and earned a half-semester or eight semester hours . i. ':go credit. Extension program Plans announced The most extensive extension program in the history of Upper Iowa University was announced for this fall today by Dr. James T. Sparkman, Director of Extension at Upper Iowa University. The program of off-campus classes,- as outlined by Dr. Sparkman, will include 24 towns, covering 24 counties in northeastern Iowa, Those attending the extension classes will receive regular college credit for their work. All persons interested in. enrolling in the extension classes should meet with the organization group at the time and place indicated above. Dr. Sparkman added regular extension classes would also be taught at night on the U. I. U. campus. The organization meeting for all on-campus extension classes will be held on Monday evening, September 11, at 7:30 p. Mrs. Anita Blaker of Fayette, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Van Horn of Des Moines, has been named the winner of the William F. Baker Memorial Prize at Upper Iowa University, it was announced today by Dr. Ernst JVaylor, Delano professor of science. The $25 prize is awarded annually to the student preparing the best herbarium collection. This marks the second year for a member of the Blaker family to receive the award. Last year Mrs. Blaker's husband, Donald Blaker, was' named for the honor. Second prize of §15 will be awarded this year to LaVerne Herzmann, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Herzmann of Arlington. . _ , Honorable mention was given, to participate in the Conference on the collection of Miss Joyce Curricula for Undergraduate ;o;iy laboratory project by high school stu- Ii-.tituto at lhe Stale University of Iowa re- wiic.i an electrical stimulus is applied by Nevada; and Elizabeth Austin, Fayette. Foundation, Lorenz to appear At conference Phillip J. Lorenz of Upper Iowa University will appear on the program of a national physics conference to be held in Denver, Colorado, August 13 to 10, it was announced today. Lorenz, assistant professor of physics at U. I. U. since 1050, will Machinery, mold problems Cause delay in opening Flaws eilly the the nev Fayette Tlie new mold ed to t.te Favett in the in* I U nvu report- eause iii' il' lay in netting Epco n '-i-tir plant in into open!ion. were deliver- plant several Kuehl, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Kuehl of Elkport. The yrues . were awarded during the annual Commencement exercises were held on Thursday, August 10. The prize was established in 1953 in memory of William. F. Baker, Class of 1893, who was interested in the study of the wild f.'jwers of northeastern Iowa. Majors in Physics, sponsored by the American Association of Physics Teachers. The University of Denver will seive us the host for the event, which will be held in (he Park Lane hotel. Purpose of the conference which will be attended by physics teachers from all over the United States, is to improve ro'- lege physics instruction at ali levels, Lorenz stated. Lorenz will take part in the session devoted to The Role of Research in Independent Study, speaking on Demonstration contest The Fayette county boys' 4 -H Demonstration* Contest will be m. in the Colgrove-Walker Build- held August 16 at the county ex- ing tension office af Fayette. The Classes to be offered by Upper winner will nave the opportunity Physics Research Role for Stu- Iowa will be those selected by to demonstrate at the Iowa State dents at Upper Iowa University, the teachers and other persons in Fair, if they meet the eligibility attendance at the meeting, rule for age. The contests will Sparkman said. begin at 7:30 p. m. weeks ;,<o, and t ;t runs have been ni'de. How ver, the machinery has been- . nable to turn out the quality product that is desired Bi'thc' y club met The r : r'hd;iy <•!«•!> met Tuesday afternoon. Aiu;. (i. at the home 'if Mr,;. Jr-hii Fay to assist her in celelira! :ig her birthday. Those present wore: Mrs. Earl Amies. Mrs. Honald Ash, Mrs. Lloyd • Holt/man, Mrs." Cliarles . .is. F Id red Dumcrmuth and Mr. Fay. Mrs. I.lnyd Holtzman baked li.e biriiidav cake which highlighted the afternoon lunch. The machines that have been installed here are the first of their specific type to be made by the eastern manufacturer. Consequently, numerous adjustments and parts replacements are being tested to bring the machines and molds into perfect working order. Two factory representatives have been in Fayette the past week or 10 days working on the equipment. At present they arc wailing for new valves to arrive, which they believe will be the answer to the problems. Production at the new plant will begin as soon as possible, and an open house will be planned at a later date., quotas." The date for the referendum on 1SIUL'. wheat marketing quotas is beint; set now in order that as many producers as possible may apprised of the voting time. AH Eligible producers will be encouraged ti participate in the referendum, making their desires known through a free vote. If quotas are approved by at ieast two-thirds of the farmers who vote in the August 24 refer- Midum, cropwators will be eligible for 1962 wh«\t price support at a level to be determined later. Polling places Announced for '62 wheat vote Large enrollment necessitates the Dividing of three local classes Lorenz is the author of a book soon to be published which deals with the problem of research in physics in small colleges. Greg Fay o visiting in ii: nu a few birthday was his birthday party. f Calmar, who was his grandparents days and whose August 9, also had observed at the Card club met Tuesday The 59 'er Card clublnfct Tuesday afternoon, August 8, at the borne of Mrs. Glen Greenough. Mrs, Irvin Paul received high score, Mrs. Harry Randall low, and Mrs. Darrell Badger average. The next meeting, on August 29, is in be with Mrs. Dnrrell Badger. Wheat producers eligible"* to Vote in th« 1962 wheat marketing quota referendum to be held hr "u.->, 24 may cast their ballots at the Fayette, county A.S.C.S. office in Fayette, according to Ellis Wl Thompson, chairman of the county A .S.C. committee. Growers eligible to vole in the referendum are those wlio produced more than 13.5 acres of wheat in any one of the years 195U, I960 or 1961. Producers who signed applications under the feed wheat provisions permitting them to gnjw wheat for feed use only on their farms for 1961 will not be cligitle to vote. The results of the referendum will determine the kind of wheat program that will be in effect for next year's crop. For this partment of Agriculture estimates. This starting of an upward trend in the farm economy will have far-reaching results. About 1.2 million of the Nation's corn and grain sorghum farmers arj cooperating in the 1961 Feed Grain protfram. These cooperating farmers agreed to divert 3lmo t a fifth r f their usual arroage 'f n-rn and a fourth of their rrain sorghum acreage to conr-ivation USJS. The latest 1*. S. D. A. crop report shows estimated production of corn for grain in 1961 at 3.2 billion bushels, compared with 3.9 billion bushels produced in 1960. The diversion of corn and grain sorghum acreage "under the program will mean saving U. S. tax- pavers a potential cost of nearly $750 million over a period of years. In addition, the quantity of feed grains held in Commodity Credit Corporation inventory will be reduced by almost 400 mill'on bushels, thus reversing a trend which has seen a sharply mounting accumulation of feed grains. From 1952, the annual increase in feed grains in stock in the U. S. showed the following rate (in millions of tons as of the first of each year): 1953 — 6.9; 1954 — 4.7; 1955 — 7.4; 1956 — 4.3; 1957 — 5.6; 1958 — 10.2; 1959 — 8.6; 1960 — 7.0; 1961 — 10.3; 1902 (est.) — 11.0. Because of the stocks of corn accumulated, (one and one-third billion bushels as of May 31), the Government now finds itself in the position where costs are about $1.50 for each bushel of corn produced in excess of current needs. Savings will result from not every wheat producer havin S to pay storage, handling, known Iowa State plans winter Farm operation program Iowa State University now is accepting applications for its The large number of students Jo Ingels, Rickie Keefer, Denise winter quarter pnogram in Farm who will be enrolled in the first, Klemp, Cary Langermna, Mari- n * : second and fifth grades of the lyn Lehs, Eric Linge, Berley Fayette Community school this Moore, Curtis Orr, Debra Patti- fall will make it necessary to son, Thurman Rogers, Jimmy divide each of the classes into Schneider, Raymond Smith, Lee two sections. Streeter, Susan. Torson, Delares Superintendent Dean Curtis Wardell, Vickie Yearous. stated that each of the classes SECOND GRAD3 — Mrs. Kip will have from 38 to 45 students Knight: John Alshouse, Joe Beck, enrolled, which is too large a Roger Burns, Steven Curtis, number for one person to teach Charlotte Dickinson, Bonnie effectively. He pointed out that Howe, Darrell Jamieson, Pamela students in the smaller classes King, Jean Kunkle, Cynjhia Lee, will have the opportunity for Phillip Leverington, Tanya Mc- considerably more individual at- Bride, Vicki Nairn, Rosemary tention. Orr, Dennis Popenhagen; Wanda The sections of each class, the Saville, Steven Sieck, Kim Street- teacher and students in each er, Linda Teepe, Darwin Van- section, are as follows: dersee, Juanita White. FIRST GRADE — Mrs. Bar- FIFTH GRADE — Mrs. Ever Top demonstration team Represents Fayette county] reason should make his wishes by casting his ballot. Voters in Fayette county may vote in the wheat referendum on Thursday, August 24, from 8 a. m. to 6 p. m., at the Fayette county A.S.C.S. office. Operation. Farm Operation is a special program for young farmers who desire additional education but can spend only the winter season in college. Courses offered are principles of crop production, soils, metal construction and maintenance, livestock production and elements of farm management. Classes will begin November 29 and continue through February 23, 1982. Students who corn- Volga Valley club met Volga Valley club met on Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Franklin Oelberg. Nine members answered roll The Fayette County 4-H girls' and Teresa Miller, Putnam Peppy by tolling what they would do 4 f 921 county persons Demonstration Day was held on Pals; Nancy Grimes and Metta with a million dollars Mrs. m ; n ; ature v.mv» Thursday Aurust 10, in the base- Schallcr, Union Busy Beaverettes; Leonard Anfinson read "A Home nave miniature x ray» transportation and interest costs on corn and grain, sorghums which would have been acquired under a 1960-type program during the long period (nine to 11 years) before they would be reached for disposal on a first-in, first-out basis. Under the 1961 Feed Grain Program, the Government pays an average of about 60 cents for each bushel of oorn not produced. ment of the Farm Bureau build- and Barbara and Bonnie Boulton, ing, Fayette. Over 200 4-H members, leaders and friends attended thu program, which included 20 demonstrations presented by teams who had earlier been selected to represent their clubs. The announcement of the teams se'ected to represent Fayette county at the state fair, was the highlight of, the day. The Westficld Worthy Winners, Red ribbons were awarded to Carol Wurzer and Diane Trewin, Alpha Clover Leaves; Gloria Dobbs and Martha Heilzman, Center Do-R-Best; Marsha Winter and Beverly Vagdts, Diligent Doverette; Jolene Ameling and Mary Kay Wenthold, Eden Starlets; Shaton Harrington and Anna Fettkether, Harlan NRG; for Johnny", by Pearl Buck, and A total of 4,921 persons in Fay- had a contest. The club had ' C tte county had miniature their annual flower show. X-Roys in a recent visit of the Guests were: Mrs. Donald Orr, mobile X-^Ray unit to the Fayette Mrs. James Wright, Mrs. Ralph area, Mrs. Paul Daniels, president Dickinson, Mrs. Kolleen Miller, Q f the Fayette eounty Tuberculo- and Miss Dora Popenhagen. bara Meyer: Paul Aanes, Carol ett; Susan AaneSi David Beck; BuSf'M^an^n^^e ^tricia »_•*_ Bowito Boulton, iS]^;^aS7«e^« plete the program will have demonstration "Brown Beauties" earned IB credits toward a two- presented by Judy Langerman Dorothy Anderson and Chris year certificate or a Bachelor of and Linda Niles of the Westfield McLaughlin, Jefferson Good Science degree, if they wish to Worthy Winners club was select- Luck; and Diane Kuhens and .continue in college. ed as the top foods and nutrition Mary Cole, Smithfield Jolly Jun. During the 1960-61 academic demonstration of the day. The iors. yeur, 74 young men from 42 Iowa special activity demonstration Ribbons awarded in the senior which was also selected to com- division, in addition to the top *** »- -r s . i ° sonted by Diane Milbrandt and J»arm Hackman and Beatrice Waiida Winter of the Alpha Clo- Brannon, Eden Starlets; red rib- ver Leaves club. These two teams bons to Kay Dugan and Judy Honored with shower A miscellaneous bsidal shower was held Thursday evening, Aug. 10, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Alber, honoring Miss Eunice Buhr, bride elect ef Allen Alber. sis and Health association, has reported. The report was issued by the Division of Tuberculosis Control, State Department of Health in Des Moines. "The report disclosed 242 persons with chest abnormalttes, indicating possible tumors, heart conditions, cancer, etc., which may require further medical at- Games and contests furnished , ., ., _ . , the evening's entertainment, and te ^ 40 "' Mrs ' Daniels said. counties and Minnesota, Wiscon- Everett' Hickie Hofmeyer, Danny Donald Crawford, Darwin Dean, completed the program. They KieK Carol Lau, Jan Miller, Beth Robert Dilky, Marsha Frey, Nan- came from farms averaging 441 Nairn John Petsche, Catherine cy Hennig, Linda Himmel, Fam- acres. The Farm Operation pro- Rohde Mark Samek, Marilyn ela Keil, Dennis Langerman, gram 'ias been offered by Iowa - . Lheidel, John Singer, Wayne Brenda lihs, Robert Miller, Nan^ State since 1919 and as a credit will attend state fair August 27- Simpson, Harlan NRG, and Bev Stepp, Bobby Tripp, Kevin Wen the. , ' FIRST GRADE — Mrs. Scheidel: Brenda Alshouse, Dennis Dean Bass, Sandra Briggs, Julie Clark, Terry Evans, Sylvia Hen- drlx, Mark Hubbell, Scott Klemp, Linda Manderfield, Linda Miller, Janet Niles, Romona Nuehring David Swehla, Charles Mary Jane Wedemier, Williams. FIFTH GRADE — Mrs, ing: Patricia Alshouse, Forty persons were referred for larger X-Rays, according to the report. These larger plates, 14 by 17 in size, help the radiologist or physician pin-pt^int more accurately the type ol abnormality thus contributing to sounder diagnosis ana treatment. The special X-Ray program in Mrs. Ethel Clark returned Fayette county is a part of the — " control program lunch was served-at the close of the evening. Miss Buhr and Allen Alber will be married August 20, at the St. Peter's Lutheran church in Westgate. Returned to home here cy Nefzger, Dawn Pattison, Rich- course since 1854. 30. erly Morse and Madalen Olescn, ard Scheide], Rosanna Stepp, Enrollees must be high school "Nutritious and Delicious" was Windsor Winners. A white plac- Tripp, graduates and should have at the demonstration selected to ing was given Anita Bahe and home Wednesday from some time Tuberculosis Roger least one year of algebra. Iowa represent the county at the Wa- Rosemary Andrews from Jeffer- spent at the home of her son-in- conducted in Iowa to locate~per- State is prepared tp accomodate terloo Dairy Cattle Congress, son Gtood Luck. Rosemary Achen law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. sons who may be spreading the Down- 120 students in the winter pro This was presented by Loraine and Kathy Andrews, the spec- B. K. Brown in Cedar Falls. Mr. disease. Contributions to the an- Chris gram. They will be placed in and Ellen Koch, sisters from the ial activity team from the Eden Brown is a patient at the Veter- nual sale ol Christmas Seals in Bitterman, Barbara Boulton, three groups, each with its own Alpha Clover Leaves club. In the Starlets received a red ribbon, ans hospital in Iowa City. Friends Fayette county helped make the nuv „ _ Steven Butters, Pamela Curtis, advisor who will meet regularly junior division two teams were The judge for the day was may write to him at Room 5 E 83. X-Ray program possible. Denise Pattison. Kenneth Fopen- Richard Dennis, Geri Lyn Dilley, with each individual to provide selected to represent Fayette Mrs. Dean Maurer of Delhi. Sandra and Cindy Brown acenrrw The Fayette County Medical haaen Kevin Samek, Cynthia Max Grim, Marjorle Henry, Lln» counseling and assistance. county at the Big-4 fair at Post- The demonstrations, which panied iheir grandmother to Fay- Society approved the program Saville Donald Seago, Mike ds Lamphler, Jo Ellen Langer- AppH^ants for the program ville. These teams were Barbara were selected to represent the ette to visit in her home. and cooperating agencies include Steinbronn Jean Ann Streeter, man, Dennis Martin, Daiyn Nefa- should contact their high school Mulford and Judy Jamea ef the county in .further competition, th e County Tuberculosis and Beckv Sue'Yearous. ger, John Orr, Jirojny Popftnhag- vocational agriculture instructor, Merry Hearts of ScOtt* and Iva will be presented on Thursday, VISIT IN ILLINOIS ,, Health Association, Division of SECOND GRADE — Mrs. Ev- en, Dennis Stannard, Janice their county extension director, Feller and Mary Ann Metzger August 24, in the dance l hall at Mr. and Mrs. Earl Schneider Tuberculosis Control, State De- «rott- Ann Alderson, Chuck Ash, Stoneman, Thomas Thomas, Par- or Dr. Duane Acker, College of Uom the Illyria clipperottes. the Fayette county fair in West left today for a five- days visit partment of Health and the Iowa lailv Beck Jayne Culligan, Ken- lene WardeH, Susan Welch, Dav Agriculture, Iowa State Univer- Other blue ribbon Junior dem- Union. The public is invited to with Mrs. Schneider's relatives Tuberculosis and Health Assoc- neth Daniels John Gage, Marva id Yearous, slty. onstrations were Sharon Glass attend. in Peoria" and MontlceUo, 111. lation.

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