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LOG Dr. and Mrs. Eugene Garbee, Dr. John Dorman and the Misses Amy Leigh and Margaret Paine attended the funeral of Mrs. Mary Wilder at Strawberry Point Saturday afternoon. — *> Mr. and Mrs. Michael Eischeid are the parents of a daughter, born Sept. 18, at the West Union hospital. ._,_ 0 Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Oakcs of Randalia have purchased the Erwin Goeken residence on South King street and have been doing extensive remodeling. —• 9 Mrs. Harry Randall has part time employment at Humphry Dairy lunch room in West Union. _ 0 One day last week while carrying canned fruit to the basement at her home, Mrs. Archie Wood missed the bottom step of the stairs, fell and sprained her ankle. —™^—— Mr. and Mrs. Homer McAdams of Yucaita, Calif., came Saturday to visit in the home of her sister, Mrs. Frank Davis. Sunday dinner guests in the Harold Clendenen home were: Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Sliter of Lamont, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Potter and Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Sliter and family. The occasion was in honor of Mrs. Clendenen's and Mrs. Eugene Sliter's birthdays which were Sept. 8. Sunday af- ' ternoon callers were Mr. and Mrs. Jake Clendenen and Mary Ann of Oelwein. —•— Mr. and Mrs. Park Cowles and her mother, Mrs. Mary Miller, were Sunday dinner guests in the Curtis Chensvold home at West Union to 'help Connie Kay celebrate her first birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Karl Schaper and Elizabeth of Sumner were Sunday evening visitors in the Cowles home. Mr. and Mrs. Vance Bates of Omaha, Nebr., .were among relatives who were in Fayette to attend the funeral of his aunt, Mrs. R. M. Deming. —•— Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Cole left Saturday for their home in Midland, Mich. •w- A L In celebration of Mrs. Gene Singer's birthday, Sunday, Sept. 17, her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. Doyle and brother and family, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Doyle and Kathy Ann, all of Oelwein, and her sisters and ttieir families, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ford, of Tripoli, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bretz of Coggon, were dinner guests in their home that day. — • — Mr. and Mrs. Calvin McCary joined members of the Happy Circle club of Strawberry Point, of which she remains a member, in a fish fry at Spooks cave in McGregor for dinner Sunday. Supper guests in their home that evening were their grandson, Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Bilyeu and family of Independence, and Mr. and Mrs. Gaylen Bierbower and two daughters. Mr. and Mrs. John Solomon and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Masters went to Marshalltown Monday where Mr. Solomon expects to have surgery on his eyes. Two infants were baptized at Grace Lutheran church Sunday morning by the pastor, Norman E. Betke. Lisa Lynn Miller, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Miller, whose sponsors were Mrs. Clyde Roeder and Mrs. Helmuth Latteyer; and Kevin Ray Strecter, son of Mr. and Mrs. Don Streeter, whose sponsors were Miss Verla Buhman and Jimmy Buhman. .-• — Mr. and Mrs. Nels Rasmusson of Hampton wore Sunday afternoon vis:tors of Mrs. Hazel Rasmusson and Joan Ann Cowles. Mr. and Mrs. Grant Kiel, Anna Wilson and Madge Bonton attended the funeral of Florence 'Ritchie at the Murphy U. B. church near Westgate, Sunday afternoon. Former 4-H members are Eligible for Peace Corps Former 4-H club members have a special invitation to volunteer for the Peace Corps, says M. C. Wangsness, Fayette county extension direct .r. Their skills and training are needed for a Peace Corps project which is now being considered for Latin America. While exact location of the project cannot be announced yet because it is still being negotiated, participants would wcrk as two-person teams, and help develop 4-H typo rural youth programs. They would assist local Extension workers of the country in recruiting and training local volunteer club leaders, and helping club members with projects, demonstrations, meetings, exhibits and recreation. The Peace Corps assignment would be for two years, starting about Dec. 1. The assignment includes a three-months training program in the language of the country', its customs and culture, at the National 4-H club center in Washington, D. C. Men and women 18 years of age or older, with rural and 4-H backgrounds, are especially desired as applicants. Those selected would be accompanied to their assignments and guided in their work by a project director and three regional supervisors, representing the National 4-H club foundation. Youth of Fayette county who are interested should call, write or visit the county extension office at Fayette as soon as possible, where further information and Peace Corps application forms can be obtained. Statewide enforcement By Highway Patrol Drivers were warned recently that the Iowa highway patrol is starting statewide enforcement of the school bus stop law. Chief David llcrrick warned m torists that they must come to a complete stop when approaching or following a school bus that slops on the highway. Drivers from ti th directions must remain stopped as long as the stop arm of the school bus is extended, he said. Herrick said highway patrolmen have standing orders to check traffic on scb <>! bus routes to enforce the law. He cautioned that patrol cars will be following school buses in some instances, or parked near scr-col bus stops to observe traffic. He urged drivers to reduce speed when approaching a school bus movinj; on the highways and to watch for flashing lights and the stop arm signal. "Every driver shares a great responsibility in tlic safe transportation of'children to and from schools," he said. He urged motorists to strictly observe all speed limits in urban areas. "You've got to be able to step in time if some youngster suddenly dashes into the street," he warned. 'Je.illeal I win cov/3 Gccd milk producers riesearch has squashed the notion thiit identical twin cows are not gi'o.l milk producers. Dairyman A E. Freeman of Iowa State university reports that twins on a high energy diet produced an •i-rafic mature equivalent of 14,427 pounds of milk, based on a twice daily, 305-day lactation. One twin produced 18,929 pounds of mature equivalent milk, Freeman adds. These results come Fayette Leader Page 5 Sept. 21, 1961 Faye«», Iowa from studies being carried on with identical twin Holstein cows at the university's Ankeny ex- perment farm. This year Freeman says he needs to buy at least 16 sets of identical twins under three months of age and at least three-quarters Holstein. If you think you have identical twins, notify County Agricultural Extension Director M. C. Wangsness, at Fayette. SELL YOUR DON'T WANTS WITH LEADER WANT ADS ORDER YOUR COAL NOW LUMP And ALL GRADES OF STOKER Ready For IMMEDIATE DELIVERY Campbell's Station DEEP ROCK SERVICE Ed Campbell, Proprietor ^ARIZONA CAMELBACK MOUNTAIN Area In Scottsdale- the "Waifs most Western Town" —12 miles northeatt of downtown Phoenix. Arizona's newosl and finest year around ho/*/. 180 fuxurioui rooms ond suftes—off wW/i private sun cfocfc, many nave snackbar Ufchen*. Dinning Room, Cocktail Lounge. Heated Swimming Pool. All sportt and activities available. Excellent Meeting I IUROPIAN PLAN facilities for I group* | Wrtto fc, i«cUr. up to 200. JROIMT POtttt. OM.M0T. FOOTBALL CONTEST ENTRY BLANK Leader Football Contest entry blank for games lo be played on Saturday, Sept. 23. All entry blanks must be mailed or deposited in the store of one of the sponsoring merchants before 5 p. m. on Friday of each week. Winners will b« anwounc- ed in the next issue of the Leader. ... with o MONOGRAM go» htattr Monogram 1 * new lifetime burner is, huttauiet and built for economical operation. Cut iton with mBl slot ports, Yes, Monogram continues to b? the biggest value in home heating anywhere! 3 .Way Circulation CARLEY Plumbing & Heating CONTEST ENDING SEPT. 23 Navy vs. Penn. State— Okla. State vs. Iowa State— Wash State vs. -Utah -Alabama vs. vs. -Arkansas vs. -Louisiana State -Kansas vs. -UCLA -Texas Mis&ouri- Wisconsin- Georgia- Mississippi- vs. Rice- T.C.U.- Air Force- California- vs. vs. Syracuse vs. Oregon Stat< Wartburg vs. Luthc Purdue vs. Washington- Tulane vs. Stanford Richmond vs. Army- Wm. & Mary vs. Virginia- Duke vs. South Carolina- Clemson vs. Florida- V MI vs. Villanova- Upper Iowa vs. Name Address Wm. Penn FOOTBALL A CHANCE TO WIN $10 WEEKLY 1. This football game prediction contest will appear each week in the Fayette Leader for 9 consecutive weeks. 2. An entry blank, listing 20 games lo be played on the following weekend, will be printed in each ad. Entry blanks will also be available at the place of business of each of the sponsoring merchants listed on this page. All that each contestant needs to do to be eligible for up to $10 in prizes each week is to mark his or her choice of the winner of each game and deposit the blank in the contest box in any of the stores of the sponsoring merchants. Or the blanks may be mailed to the Leader office. The entry blank in this ad. or a reasonable facsimile may be used. After each game listed, merely check the team you think will win. You don't pick scores, but if you JhinJc ihe outcome of the game will be a tie, check the names of both teams to indicate 3. If a person picks all games listed correctly, he or she will receive $10 in cash as Ihe prize for that week from the sponsors. If no one picks all the games correctly, the one having the most correct game predictions will receive $5.00 and the one with the second most correct entry will receive $2.00 in cash. In case of ties, the money will be divided among the winners. Winners will claim their prise money at the Leader office and winners will be announced each week in the Leader. 4. Anyone is eligible to enter the contest except employes of the Fayette Leader and their immedialc families. No purchase is necessary in order to enter and contestants need not purchase a newspaper. 5. Each person can submit only one entry for each week's contest. 6. All entries will be held for one week after winners are arlnounced in event a question should arise. Judge's decisions arc final. 7. All entries must be deposited or mailed before 5 p. m. on Ihe Friday of each weok preceding the Saturday the games are to be played. Although the Editor of the Leader is not eligible to enter the Leader football contest he is still eligible to mako predictions, and feels that he can possibly outguess the majority of those who enter. If you care to match wits with him, just check the predictions below, and those listed in each of ihe ads on this page, and see how they compare with yours. Check them again atter each contest closes, and see who had the most games guessed correctly. Florida over Clemsen Wartburg over Luther V.M.I, over Villanova Upper Iowa over Wm. Perm Syracuse over Oregon Stale Purdue over Washington Stanford over Tulane Army over Richmond Virginia over Wm. and Mary Duke over South Carolina HOME MADE PIZZA SANDWICHES — MALTS Cold Drinks — Sno Creme Join The Football Crowd After The Game At Navy over Penn State Ott's Drive-In Otto and Margaret Finger. Proprietors Full Line Of GUNS - AMMUNITION HUNTING CLOTHES DUCK DECOYS Good Buys On Used Motors U.C.LJV. over Air Force MULLINS SPORT SHOP YOUR DEPARTMENT STORE OF INSURANCE Representing All Lines Allied Mutual Ins. Group — Western Surety Co. Farmers Casualty Co. — Iowa Hardware Mutual Ins. Co. LeMars Mutual Ins. Co. — Hawkeye Security Ins. Co. 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