Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on September 28, 1961 · Page 1
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Thursday, September 28, 1961
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Dept. of Hist. & Mofnes, IS, Iowa The pictures shown above were some of those taken while work on the gas lines for Fayette was being completed. One section-of this issue is dedicated to Peoples Natural Gas A.C.C.W. regional meeting To be held at Monona school The Right Rev. Bishop George Registration will begin at 8 a. Biskup will be a special guest, in., and the institute will close at and the Right Rev. Monsignor 3:15 p. m. Loras 3. Watters, Ph.D., director of the American Martyrs Retreat United Fund campaign House at Cedar Falls, and Miss *^^ Alma M. .Herger, field secretary lo be held Oct. 9-16 of the vNational Council of Cath- Board of Directors of the Fay- olic Women of Washington, D. C., e tte County United Fund in ses-- will be the featured speakers at s i on at Fayette Tuesday night, the one day regional institute, voted to hold its annual fund sponsored by the Dubuque Arch- raising campaign in the week of diocesan Council of Catholic Wo- Oct. 9 - 16. men to be held at St. Patrick's Town and township chairmen school at Monona, on Wednesday, named by the fund drive eom- Oct. 4. • mittee Tuesday night include the Msgr. Watters took his semin- following: ary training at the North Ameri- Jack Sloan. Waucoma; Gene can college in Rome and his Kleve, Eden township; Art Kel- graduate work was done at the ly, Windsor township; Lester Catholic university of America, Schuldt, Bethel township; Marie where the Ph.D. de^ree was con- Olesen, Hawkeye; Ray Boycr, St. ferred'On him in 1945. He was Lucas; John Franzen, Auburn on the faculty of the North Am- township; Harvey Ungerer, Al- erican College in Rome from 1956 pha. to 1960, and has been director of Eugene Torson> Dovc( . town . the American Martyrs Retreat shi Ernest Koester Eldorado; f °?o«n at SmCe Mrs " Franz APP 61 ™"- Clermont 1, 1960. township; Lloyd Meier and Gene Msgr. Watters was named Robison, Clermont; Harold Papal Chamberlain by Pope Pius Strong, Iliyria township; Mrs. XII in March, 1956, and Domes- Robert Allen and Mrs. Lawrence tic Prelate' in February 1959 by Guthart, Arlington. H Pope John XXIII. Ronald Kocher, Fayette; Ray Miss Herger is a native of San Herwig, Wadena; A. W. Martin, Francisco, and has a degree in Jr., Smithfield township; E. W. political science from the Uni- Maurer, Westfield township; .. . .-, ,., •„ t T,,,.... D . O ,, Herbetr Meisgeier, of Fairfield versity of California at Berkeley. townsnip She is a member of the staff of H . ' Niewnphnpr Wp<. t *atP- the National Catholic Community ^ £ -/'™ ^« J ^tgate Service with responsibihties for Sch , Mayynard; Raymond the operator of the United States Lund ^ ' HaP] / n township; Fred- The Heart Of Northeast Iowa's Scenic Wonderland Volume 47, Number 39 Thursday, September 28, 1961, Fayette, Iowa Fourteen Pages This Issue Cardinals win For their dads labor recruiter tor , ndustrial trades Classifications, Mare Isl- shlEfl THE WILL TO WIN paid off last Friday nighi as the Faystte Cardinals scored in the last two minute* and Naval shipyard, ' in Vallejo, Chester Reeves, Scott town- of play to win their Dad's Night game over Waukon. Tho picture above shows Ken Butters on the ' ' ship; Mrs. Leonard Lorber, Oran; ground after one of his numerous short gains. Final score in the game was 7-0. President is President of Presidents The institute «t Monon. Is one «""»» *>"»«• p " lmm S UfS diocese the s - gnd m hfck M ith two er. Because these institutes are tralnl sessi ons, the nights of regional, and will be located In ^ 9 \ n& -„ r ^ ther ^ thc Strategic points of the Archdio- gingle kjck _ off dinner ^^ tQ in _ r wo- Share contest Parkin. ticket caw c- .o <«*ric, _ ~ DflZC f cese easily reached by every wo- augurate tne drive the last two man, it is hoped that they will • year will be in previous The overtime parking ticket case, involving city attorney W. V. Clark, and thc town of Fayette, will be carried to the district Four persons will divide the court, according to information JIMUI, 11 «> jjv-i-w— —-• —— j years. §5 first prize and eight will split received from Mayor Jack Beck's replace the annual conventions D rive Chairman Laverne Al- the $2 second prize in the first court. that ; have been held in. the past, CQrn hag get West Union and in a seres pf woe kly football A hearing on the parking tick- where the location made « pro- Maynard as sites of the two train- contests, which appeared in the ct case was held in thc Mayor's the Upper Iowa homecoming eel- dar Falls hibitive for many to att ena be- ing sessions Leader last week. court Monday morning. Mr. cbration, which will be hold Sal- cause of the traveling distance. "E very campaign worker in the Those who missed only three Clark pled not guilty to the urday, Oet. 7. The Peacocks will The institute program is set county will be required to at- games, and will divide the first charges, but was found guilty by host Wartburg on the gridiron up to give special training in tend one or the other of these prize, are: Ray Dilley, Joe Wein- Mayor Beck and fined §5 and that day. council organization and struc- two training sessions," Mr. Al- inger, Dick Catheart and Bill costs. ture, committee programming, corn sa j{j Tuesday night. Prochaska, all of layette. Mayor Beck reported that Mr. being offered for the best floats G^inn'eil' group work, the program for the The session in West Union will The second prize will be div- Clark planned to take thc case entered in the homecoming par- u L , ni . y year and current topics of fan- be held, on Tuesday, Oct. 10, at ided among the eight entrants iwrtance. All divisions will be the schQo} . That *{ n Maynard who missed only four of the Spen for discussion and during wiu be held the prece ding night, games. They are: Ernest Ver- the dfatri court Jr c 'se beean more than a Thc case bega " mo lan a The Fayetto Cardinals paid the action a play that had only been .highest honor possible to their used once or twice in practice, fathers on "Dad's Night" Friday and scored with only a minute night, with a 7-0 victory over and 58 seconds left in the game. Waukon .... their first Dad's Ken Butters, Ron Maxson and Night victory in five years. Larry Williams all had a hand After u gut-ling battle with no in the touchdown play, along score until the final two minutes with the outstanding offensive of play, the Cardinals put into play of the other eight members _ i. of the team. With only two minutes left on the clock, and the ball resting on the Waukon 31-yard line, Ken Butters threw a short pass to Ron Maxson, who in turn later- elled to Larry Williams, who broke away from the Waukon cli«h* And went in for the T.D. Won Thnmenman ran the «x- tra*- paint to give the Cardinals Dr. Eugene E. Garbcc, presi- their 7-0 win. dent of Upper Iowa university, statistic-wise, the Cardinals was ch'cU-d president of the As- werc slightly behind Waukon in .sociation of Iowa College presi- yar d s gained, punt yardage and dents at a mooting held in New- fil . st downs. Both teams lost the Ion, Tuesday. Dr. Garbee will ba] j twice on fumbles. hoad the organization for the The only long run of the game. uimim, yea,. _ 73 _ yard dash by WilUams early Others elected to office in- in the second period, was called elude: Vice president, Don Lub- Dac it due to a Fayette offside burs, president of Central col- Practically all of the short gain lege in Polla; secretary - treas- yar dage was credited to Butters urer, William Mauckcr, president aml Timmerman. Plans are nearly complete for O f State College of Iowa, at Co- Thrce Umes the Cardinals had . their backs to the wall, once on The executive committee is ,h e 13-yard line, then on the of- f, ve y ard line and again on the lm ~ nine. But each time the defens- Pri/es totalinu ,70 in cash -ire nudi:ik! |)ast P |>esidcnt of tnc as ' ive squad dug in to hold the Pn/ts totaling ?70 in casn aic ,, ()t . lallon> wh( , 1S president of Waukon visitors. One Waukon iivGnnnell, and punt pu t the local boys back on past president their own one-yard line, and af- Homecoming Plans are nearly Complete at UIU ade Saturday morning. The par- ade wil1 >> c 6 in at 10 u - m - on the street at the west side of the , s sient of Dre Unvers itv in' Des Mo nes U " VUMty '" Des> M °'" CS ' wo y a . ds "vfVft Campbell booted Parudc rollto wjl , be Tllis vt ' ai ' tlle association in- the ball out to the 32-yard line the institute an ample opportun- Monday, Oct. 9, at the Commun- mazen, Hod Johnson, Ray Ar- wcck a e° when Mr - Clark was campus. ™u ui; ,uu«.- «... ,«.-.,,..-.. .. , . . . .. . . . -. ity will be given lor questions ity hall . tnur Mrs . j. E . Knight, Brent given a parking ticket for over- st reet south and west of the cam- y lk!cl thu Jl ' n10 ': colleges of Iowa to give the club a breather and discussion during the con- Workers will be sent out to Prange, Larry Conrad, all of time parking in the area north pus. Parade route will be north t() lm ' et Wltl1 tn ^' m - .. lnis m , . Outstanding play, both offens- duct Of the training session. contact their neighbors immed- Fayette; Gordon Lauer of of th e bank He reportedly tore to Washington street, west lo 'ng included all college presi- ively and defensively paid off Mrs. B. C. Berrie of. Mason iately from those 6 meetings, the Ha'wke^; and George Solman l^/t *H T^™ Main street .and.then south. ^ ^ t «™ n ££ ^V^S H^ g^SSn" ^ * C ° Bd . , . ., hc up amiwas men sum- City, past Archdiocesan A.C.C.W. only meeting which they will be of Maynard. president, and presently a mem- required to attend, Mr. Alcorn Winners may pick up prize moned to Mayors sourt, where Top , (ward win fae by :incl thc public_ relations men. This Friday night the Cardinals mo^eyby opping at the Fav- he pled not guilty, indicating that 20 Pp i, §15 econd' "prS ™° y( ^^ J he ?' bs ° hn T WiU ^ ^'^ F" "J* * _* .* .!.* ° . . * .. . * . ,:' /. . .' . . .... which is a studv of hieher edu- spa son nu/av from hnmp u/npn ber of the Archdiocesan board, said Tuesday night. ...w..~_, ~ f -— rr — 0 -- — --• — r- CT - r— —- i -. •••-- •.- — whirh is i studv of hieher is general chairman, and Mrs. New board members attend- ette Leader office. Anyone is el- the parking zone ordinance had and $10 third prize for the best ", u in the itatp of Iowa Lawrence McGoyern of Lansing ing their first session Tuesday igible to 'enter the contest, except not bcen prO p er i y puolished. floats. A $3 prize will be offer- ' ' is the chairman in charge <6f the night included: Ray Lundry, Har- employees of the Leader and Thc datc f or thp hearing was od to bot n a b °y and a S"' 1 for Monona Institute. Participating Ian township; Ray Boyer, St. Lu- .their immediate families. Entry set a t that time and will now go thc bcst decorated bicycles in Deaneries at' the Monona Institute cas; Gene Torson, Dover town- blanks may be clipped from the t district court! tne P arade will be Cresco, Lansing, Elkader tfhip; and Mrs. W. E. Walsh, of paper, or may be obtained from and' Ossian. • . Hawkeye. any of the spnsooring merchants. season away from home, when they travel to West Union. Statistics H. H. Jones was president of the Fayette Com- White 217. munity school board at the reg- Anyone interested in entering a float or a bicycle in the par- ado should contact Sue Bender, re-elected phone 161, or Kip Knight, phone Yds. Gained rushing,. 117 Yds. lost rushing 87 32 persons attend annual County cancer meeting Thirty-two persons were pres- Yds. gained passing 27 ent at the annual meeting of the First downs — 7 Fayette county chapter of the Avge. punt ydge 28 American Cancer Society, Monday, Sept. 25, in Fayette. Leader training session l!' Scheduled to begin w 136 48 23 10 39 ular monthly meeting, held on T o ^JJ O p C n houfte ^hooi ay> 6P ' ' G lgl Mr - aRd Mrs ' John . S - Bar: '' °.^ on the board of directors: Mrs. The first in a series of pro- At the September meeting, ° 13 Ankcny St., Waterloo, will George Boess, Hawkeye; Mrs. grams planned as a part of the Albert Martin, Jr., and Marvin celebrate their golden • wedding John M Bu j k> Waucoma . Mrs . county extension family living Ineels the two newly elected anniversary Sunday, Oct. 1, at Da rryl <Ross, Arlington; Mrs. program will be held on Sept. school board members, were in- Calvery E.U.B. church parlors, Howard Sullivan, Fayette; Mrs. 28 at 2 p.m. in the basement of stalled on the board. They re- 1621 East Fourth street with op- Jonn McSweeney, Westgate; the Farm Bureau building in Fay- ulace Otto Nehlsen and Dale en house fro - m ? J° 5 , p ' m< ,, Miss Blanche Mitchell, Waucoma; ette. The leader training meet- BJaker, who did'not choose to ,. M £,.... arr and tlu> forme }' %**: Mrs. Russell Mullins, Westgate; ing. will be entitled "Taking the '-- • - "" w,ii, n m« wore married Sent. Mrs clifford Anderson, Hawk- clutter out of the kitchen" —• ,. ,.... be candidates again this year. l ' e W>"«"» w " e mna ' ned . . 27, 1911 at Fayette. They are the T U~U 1«L._ .»1 A parents of throe children, Mrs. To hold bake sale Erwln Fink (Anlta) O f Waterloo; and . The senior class of the Fayette Nathan, of Topcka, Kans; How- high school will have a bake sale ard, of Austin, Minn. There are Saturday, pet. 30, at Knight's 10 grandchildren and two step hardware, beginning at 9 a. m. grandchildren. . nal m chosen The proceeds of the sale will be The couple was engaged m ft8 j Sn ™ ™ '» be chos ™ added to the class treasury to farming in Fayette county before J " J he help finance their class trip next moving to Waterloo in 1941. Mr. lt J« • toted ta now retired from John nursmg He' transportation, and two part time housekeeping w ill be presented by Dorothye t _ n .i«,.... tv.« E - Busching, county extension Des Moines ho "» e economist. 7 hnntPr ^h«irmfn Any organized club in Fayette ««• ai « ltc u5S P MM nS count y »»» is interested is in- or Mavnnrd «£?'« ? rn vlted to send two representatives ' D" to the tralnin 8 »eeUng so that they might teach the lesson to their club. Questions may be directed to the county extension of- wih with o -tLf U l U i bmithrieio .cjiiD meets The September meeting of the *-nu?cn scneauie cnange These pat j e nts were Sinithfleld Livewires 4-H club Grace Lutheran church will re- indigent. was heJd in the homo of Keith turn to their winter schedule on In the loan closet the follow- 4 at 1:30 Bruns. Sunday, Oct. 1. Worship will be ing- items were reported avail . meeting medically The annual girls' 4^H organi- zatloii meeting will be held Oct. m. in the- extension office, Fayette. Miss Ramona , . Newly elected officers are: at 10:15 a. m., and Sunday school »ble: Hospital beds, wheel chairs, Eabeijlc; «tWe M 4-H leader, will 1 be President, Uames Harrison; vice at 9 a. m. bedside table, commodes, bed present «nd plans will be m|»de . „ president, Mick McGill; secretary A special rally Sunday service pans and urinala, and many gmaUvfor -""the". coming year in the girls' *!?** *"*** »****<* ««• fa*P lh* lint* r»«nlly. and treasurer, Nancy Reed; re- will be held.for the children on items. Anyone wishing to bor- 4-H Pro«W> All 4-H leaders Left to right in the picture ar«t Cliff 'Hayes, man- porter, Tom Alshouse; leader, Ed Sunday, Oct. 1, at 9:30 a. m., to row these iteni| may contact Mrs. and members of the county 4-H •aw of th* loc«l flM offlwi Ct P. Hantoon, district nuuugwr from Dubuquej Councilman Vic Craftom McGill; assistant leaders, George which all parents and friends are Hugo Fick, at 205 5th Ave. S. E., committee will be present to ChUI of Pollw Ltoyd HoUsmwt Coundlmtiti Hwnty Brown and VitgU Borchwrt. and Mayor Bvck. Reed and Russell Wenthe. invited. Oelwein. complete these plans. JACK BECK, at *ht right w«i tok»n «t *b» j*tM,<m

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