Des MomW Locofstars will shine In Running Wild show The Fayette Chamber of Com- the Isle of Pin^o Pnngo is under merce will sponsor the stage quarantine duo to the outbreak show "Running Wild", using all f a rare tropical disease. Real- local talent, on Thursday and Fri- z.ni this leaves them without ap- day nights, Oct. 19 and 20 in the pearanccs arranged for the cam- high school auditorium. pai<*n, Will I. Proffitt takes com- The show is being presented mand of the situation and forces by the local organization for the Chuck Chamberlain to imperson- purpose of raising funds to be ate Mrs. Van Dyne, and Doc used for yuletide projects in Fay- Lewis to assume the identity of ette. Matilda, the French maid. —: —• "Running Wild" is the hilar- Once involved, Chuck decides Volume 4 7 , Number 41 iously funny musical show built to make the best of the bargain ' _" on the ever popular fast moving and proceeds to manage the cam- format of mistaken identity. Not paign to suit himself. His dis- since "Charlie's Aunt" bomb- guise is so effective that he fools shelled to popularity years ago, his fiancee, Shirley. has a show so entranced its aud- Among his political tactics is a iences with the comic portrayal "Rock and Roll Rally" involving of a man clowning his way the Lullaby League of Marching through a series of situations dis- Mothers. Another of his innova- guised as a woman. tions is an effort to attract more To combat the evil influence of tourists to town by hiring charm- Spider McGinn ess, a local gang- ing female firemen and by put- Eter, the People's Party decides to ting a cute girl cop on every cor- run a woman for mayor. As the ner. town's bombastic banker, Will I. Spider McGinness and his Proffitt, nominates Mrs. Gerald- hoodlums threaten the makc-be- ine Van Dyne, a wealthy spinster lieve Mrs. Van Dyne in an at- who is touring the world and so tempt to win the election. Chuck accepts the nomination by cable- playing his role to the hilt, suc- gram from the Isle of Pingo Pan- ceeds in vamping Spider and the go. resultant scene in "The Muscle The women of the town, lead Building Emporium and Gent's by Hertha Higgenbottom,, organ- Gym" is a guaranteed laugh- pro- ized a "Lullaby League of March- voker. ing" Mothers" to join the woman- The climax comes when elec- for-mayor campaign and help tion returns indicate the People's sweep the city clean. Complica- Party will win by a landslide and tions arise when a long distance Chuck, Will Proffitt and Doc call from Mrs. Van Dyne informs Lewis, in spito of their jubila- the People's Party that she can- tion, realize that because of their not arrive as scheduled because hoax they may spend the rest of " their lives in jail. Into this mix- up walks the real Mrs. Van Dyne Administrative Changes at U.I.U. >p! of Hist. & ArchlV*t M<> in PS, 10, IOW» The Heart Of Northeast Iowa's Scenic Wonderland Thursday, October 12, 1961, Fayette, lown Eight Pages This Issue tftfU slates in s race Polls will be open a to g T\,M full slates of candidates the town hall. for the ril.v Hivtion were filed f,. om with Town Clerk Arch Woods „,, , .. , . prior'to t|-» deadline. Tuesday, lne lwo candidates for mayor Oct. 10. The regular election include the incumbent, Jack Beck, will be held Tuesday, Nov. 7, at who has served since the first of ====================== this year, and John Fay, who has previously served as mayor of Fayette. None of the present ; councilmen will be seeking re-election. Mayor Beck, who won the of- United Fund drive Will end Monday Tli! 1 Faycltc County United Fimd drive is now underway, and will end Mnmlav, Ort in.; to H; n.ilcl . a court case disputing the actual count of ballots, will Hi, accord- be seeking his second term. Mr. local chair- Bcck is ownor of t he United Window Co. in Fayette. Those running for council posts OUUB.UK uy „,«. IO ,,, tfc ,,, B B u» u ONE OF THE MOST FORTUNATE girls alive today is 19-year-old Rebecca Sue Bodley of Maynard, fun of rehearsals, this two hour who walked away from the above accident with or.! K P -« 3 ich on hor arm. The accident occurred musical revue and amateur show at about 5:45 pan. last Wednesday about one and cne-hali miles west of Fayette. Miss Bodley was should hold a "must see it, don't traveling north on a county road and apparently was unable to stop for ihestop sign^on highway 93. - - •- ^, of ^ $7 pcr -j on the Beck ticket include: Gay- miss it" place on the list of en- She lost control of the car, rolled into the ditch on tho left hand side of the road and than«'PP«J musl , K , p - lvm in ordcr \ 0 roach l cn Bierbowcr, Willis Langer- Several changes in administra- tertainment that is to be seen across highway 93 and slammed into the telephone pole. The undercari;age of the car hit the pole ^ man Gcnc singcr Ro3er Bowen tive responsibilities at Upper here this season. Press notices and the lop of the car split_ completely open, allowmg Ihe^framework of the car lo W ~™P»*«£ ; nnd Jack Howard. Iowa university were announced from other towns across the around the pole. Miss Bodley was thrown out through the open top of the car and was not in wed. Mi. KM .HI sMtcd inn. ,,s of . today by Dr. Eugene E. Garbee, country where the show has been She was charged with failure to stop at a stop sign. Investigating Highway Patrolman m the picture ^ president. The re-alignment of successfully staged all say aud- is Gerald Law. duties was made necessary by iences leave chuckling and hum- ~~ the recall to active duty of M. H. ming the singable music of "Run- as AJderson, director of public re- ning Wild". lations. ' Alderson, a member of the Services Wednesday Nancy Morrison Farm Bureau women ^ Homecoming queen U n U rni/nfv worlcshoo erloo, was ordered to active duty Funeral services for Raymond I I \JI\J \*\JUI II Y VY Wl rxoi t \Jf~f with the army effective Oct. 1. Welsh, 65, were held Wednesday, Miss Nancy Sue Morrison, ' During his absence from the Qct 11 from the Belles-Wright daughter of Dr. and Mrs. J. 1. Ninety seven women met at was presented by University, Braulic Caballero, di- Funeral home in Fayette. The Morrison of Greensburg, Ind., tno ^ in . m Bureau building in Fay- township women. Mrs. Roy I'ol- rector of admissions will assume Rev. Richard Jamieson was in was elected Homecoming queen ette Monday, Oct. 9, ,for the coun- ler and Mrs. Leroy Hcnmges as- additional duties as acting direct- charge. or of public relations. Roger Bow- Mr. Welsh, better known at 'Upper Iowa university, Sat- as urday. She received her crown ty workshop. The meeting be- sembled the scope-mobile as they gan at 10 a. m. with group sing- explained each section and dis- _ - 4T.U > TT ViA»l*lj W*i *. V*-i «v**w »» »» fc«»J - •• . J^UHM.I,*WM.».»...--..^- 1 - a * I J 4 '11 4 t en, alumni executive secretary, (Hap) died Sunday, Oct. 8, at the during the annual Homecoming ing Ied by Mrs . Max winklcr. De- played boxes labeled to illustrate will become the assistant regis- Palmer Memorial hospital in Ball, Saturday evening from the vot j ons "Pattern for Living" was tue necessary ingredients lor a trar a post formerly held by Ca- West Union after a short illness, hands of Mrs. Rita Barkey Ward )ed by county Chairman Mrs. good leader such as: cooperation, ballero. Raymond Harry Welsh, son of of Calumet City, Illinois, 1960's Charles Schlumbphm. The newly ideas and inspiration, enthusiasm. A new member will be added James and Ellen Welsh, was bom Homecoming queen. elected county officers and dis- responsibility tact and tolerance to the staff Oct. 15 as alumni sec- June 8, 1896, near Arlington. He Miss Morrison, a senior, was trict committee women were in- patience, confidence, humor and retary, replacing Bowen. He is lived most of his life in and ar- sponsored by the APO, service troduced. common sense. " "~ " ' A skit "Shopping for the best" The county special chairmen were introduced and each reported on her committee. The chairmen and their committees are: Mrs. Judd Van Brocklin, res- Ronald Kooher of Fayette, a 1957 O und Fayette, and was employed graduate of Upper Iowa and cur- as a general laborer and carpen- rently employed by the State ter, Bank of Fayette. Keener will al- He was united in marriage in so be assigned additional duties 1921 to Leah Paul. They had in the public relations depart- two children, Virginia and Marment. lin. Stewart Haas, a reporter for the Preceding him in death were Waterloo Courier, ,has also been his parents, one sister, two broth- employed at the University as a e rs and one son. visiting lecturer in journalism. He is survived by four broth- He will teach one class in report- e rs, Ernest of Oelwein, Clint of ing and serve as advisor for the Wadena, James of Washington, Collegian, University student Lawrence of Oelwein; two sisters, publication, a position which Al- Lillian St. John of Arlington, derson also held. Genny Baker of Waterloo; one daughter, Mrs. Virginia Farrell of Mason City, and six grandsons. Burial was in the Grandview Awards banquet The 4-H agricultural awards cem etery. banquet will be held Saturday, Oct. 14, at the Maynard Community hall. The officers for 1961 - 62 will be elected, and rec- Seats may be reserved Reserved seats fo'r the pvoduc- ognition" wii'l ~bY"given' the 4-H lion "Running Wild" will be leaders and members for their available at Maurer"s Show and outstanding work. Clothing store Wednesday, Among the sponsors are the 18, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. the Cooperative Extension fier- 'Vote for me' contest Includes local youngsters ponsible living; Mrs. Glenn Dav- Headqtiartors have been set up j Si world living; Mrs. Donald Pin- in the Fayette Leader office to ter, healthful living; Mrs. Edward accept entries for Mr. and Mrs. Krueger, music and recreation; President of 1992, which is a part Mrs. Lester Moeller, reading. of the promotion for the "Run- Ml .,. cll . a .] cs Schlunibohm ox- nin« Wild" .show to be presented k(jn( , d cultural Living program Oct. 19 and 20 by the Fayette whi( . h tleals with sch(1 iarsni[> Chamber of Commerce. awards, international friendsaip The contest is entitled "vole fund, foreign student week, young wa . s '"' for me", and r.ny child up to six ;,dult conference at Madrid, and years of ayo is eligible to enter. [ , ui .. il umatt , ur V j,,.j c .ty events. Two pictures are necessary, one A skjt .. Spi ,. it of F!inn Bure; *• "" r-"* ~ i "" " •> • A SHU r>uiriL ui r ui in JJLU i-au * . • . . . lor the hu-udqiiiirlers window and • . , M Do u , p inl( , r , year, m fai-t it was the te one for the ballot box which will ^ V,arl Drilling and Mrs. James '«'«l «."'»" " r tht -' «« !nson . ijj ph.cecl this week in a local Rck , ks ()f Aubum » OW nship, each I'-''"''"'"!- S485 had been turn- Mr. Fay 'served five years in for the town of Fayette. mayor of Fayette from 1950 to He pointed out that cooperation 1955 - resigning at the end of the in some areas of the town is any- first year of his third term to seek Ihinr but good, bill is compar- '-'lection to the county board of able lo other years. r.uporvisors. He served in that Participating agencies in the position two years before resign- Unitod Fund drive this year are: in K to return to Fayette to work American Red Cross, Fayette »" the business in which he is a Coiiniy Retarded Children, Sal- partner, Dumermuth and Fay vation Army, Uoy Scouts of Livestock and Trucking firm. America, Girl Scouts, Mental Those who will be seeking el- Ilealth, Iowa Children's home, ection to the council on the Fay Si..ter Kenny Foundation, ticket arc: Bob Addy, Claude C. H.O.I', Heart and Cancer Re- Smith, Jr., Ronnie Ash, Tom'Hen- search, Palmer Memorial hospital nig, and Earl Gallaher. Mr. Addy auxiliary, Arthritis and Rheu- is the only member of either mutism Foundation, and Iowa ticket who has served on ^ the district Y.W.C.A. council before. ' :: '*" Peacocks rack Knights In Homecoming battle "We made only one error Sat- only 09 yards rushing, intercept- tinlay, and Wartburg scored on ing four Knights' passes. Wart- it," commented Head Coach Kver- burg scored on a 71 yard touch- ell Kischeicl of the Upper Iowa down pass from Leeper to Tower Peacocks. He was speaking of in the final period of action. UlU's 17-7 victory over the Wart- "Vv'c came out of the game in burg Knights in the Peacock pretty good shape," said Eischeid. "We've got our usual bruises, but they're not bad." •Next 'Saturday the Peacocks invade Iowa Wesleyan, a team that threw 40 passes last Saturday v_/LH uci l'l iru; unt iuu- jnu. J. nv; . _-. nil, t • L line played their best game of the ^ al " sl p »™°™- "We re going to was the team's work a lot on pass defense tms week," reports the head coach. Joe Kovacevich recovered a Wartburg fumble in the first Iowa opened with 14 period flnd ,. an u back 7fl yards "Our it a guys wanted to play, team effort without doubl," he continued. "Our defense did the job. The store or business place. Name, W( .. irin( , a ].,,. g( . paper Key, a Key u|j|»'i i»wa u^nu-u w.t.. ^ per iod and ran it back 76 yards nddress and child s birth date t() EtUlcati()n Legislation, Service, points m the Iirsl period and held to the Knights' 19 yard line, halt' : .u,. .,„,.,, ., r . . H . 0 halflilm , cdgc over t he ing an aUempted scoring drive . Oct. All those who have purchased fraternity on cimpus chosen queen from an list of seven candidates. should be written on the back of Mrs j^y p ottcr awarded scrap- each picture, and the pictures b()ok awarc | s: lst prj/,.., $3, to She was will be returned. Mrs Dalc . Roberts, Smithfield An award certificate will be township; 2nd pri/c, $2, lo Mrs. West Union and Oelwein, State show may have -their seats re- Banks of Oelwein, and the Fay- served at no extra cost by stop' ette County Farm Bureau. ping in at Maurers. Cardinals still winning; Homecoming fhis Friday initial Vin-il given each entrant from the stage Harold Tope, of "Running Wild" at 8 p.m., - • Miss Susan Bender of Chicago awar d prizes will be given from M| . s gchlumbohm a w a r d c d and Miss Clare Jane Baker of the stage at B:15 p.m., Friday, boxcs ()f candy to Mrs Curlton /"t^t^u*,.* on • --Decorah. In addition to serving queen, Miss Morrison is a mem favored Knights. Hoh Reiner!., who was probably UK; game's outstanding individual Bethel township; miner, scored UlU's first touch- Mrs. Alfred Juc- (town "of the afternoon on a seven alley. yard run. Ron Herlnska tallied the second with a four yard rush. Score by quarters: Statistics First downs Yards rushing - . Yards passing Passes Mike Eischeid booted a 40 yard Passes int. by October 20. Krueger and 'Mrs. Ralph Pleg- field goal in the second half to Fumbles lost as There is no fee or cost for en- g^nkuhle, Pleasant Valley and ice the game. The talented kicker Penalties tering the "vote for me" contest, Bethel townships, the only tailed in another attempt for a Punt avg. the Student ancl tne cnild receiving the larg- townships having all their offi- goal from the 48 yard line. gduc'adon^Sa^ Kappa Eta ^^^±1^" ^"v^ <*" P""""i " ~ '" The Peacocks held Wartburg to Wartburg Upper Iowa 0 14 UIU W 11 10 248 C9 35 1(54 2-11 8-24 4 2 2 3 60 45 6-45.1 6-37.9 007—7 0 0 3—17 The Fayette Cardinals marked up their highest single game scoring output of the season Friday night, 32-13, but Coach Robert McCormnck called the victory "the worst game we've played all year." The Cards rapped Elkader in , an Upper Iowa conference tilt for their fourth win In succession (3-0 in the loop, tied with West Central). "We Just couldn't click right, commented the head coach following the game. "Our pass defense was terrible — we're go- a need a lot of work on third period. He raced 60 yards with the balh, scoring seconds later from the 2. Randy Van Bogart had the other Fayette TD on a two yard plunge. Elkader dominated sections of the statistics. The Warriors (0-4) had 12 first downs to only five for Fayette. Quarterback Dean L a m k e r arched 31 passes in the ball game, connecting on 14. He hit Mike Stence with a seven yard touchdown in the second half. Allen Johnson scored the other Elkader six-pointer on a three yar<l plunge. Johnson was lost for the year in the and _ p . Miss Iowa contest at Clear Lake this past summer. Miss Morrison is majoring in elementary education. it in one of the local stores. Closing out sale at Food Mart Beginning Thursday, Oct. .12, the Thirfty Food Mart in Fayette will hold a closing out sale of all stock and fixtures. All stock in store will be sold at 20 per cent off the original price. Vera and Harold Schmidt have owned and operated the Thrifty Parent-Teacher group To meet on Monday The Fayelte Community school district Parent-Teachers association will hold its regular monthly meeting on Monday night, Oct. 16, at the high school building. Dr. Haw of Sumner will be the speaker for the evening, using as his subject "teeth".' Room mothers of the sophomore class will have charge of the lunch. -25 S ;';back, played one of the "dead %arts" in the contest. The speed vijnerchant scored three touch- ftlowns — one on a 98 jjard pass yjrsr downs A.A.U.W. to meet U. W. will 17, at 8 p.m. statistics downs "••• mi* VM » »v *-"—••—— mint uw«r*"> 'interception in the foWrtH period. Yards rushing f Williams scored the first touch- Yards passing >down of the game in the initial passes period when ne broke wide open Fumbles lost land raced 64 yards on a punt re- Penalties Iturn. He caught a » yard pass Passes tot. by flroro quarterback Ken Butters Punt avg, Cr his other touchdown. Score by quarters: I DonTJmmermansetuphisonly Payette J |ow*down of the evening in the Elkader 0 Dec. 1, with a women's apparel h os t ess , F shop. Speaker for the meeting will _ 5 Jfc. and Mrs. Schmidt have liv- be Ruth Partlo of Upper Iowa • ,149 eft in this vicinity all of. their university, who will talk on the • 53 lives, and have two children, Tom subject "the orchestra". g_8 and Mary. Recent graduates are welcome 2 E 12 50 168 14-31 1 44 0 4-35 0 6 7—13 9: a7 m.'m ZabrlsWe's"garage. )• * sCi' To hold rummage sale [-25 'The y Fayette ) <Reliet Society will meet to attend. HOST IDLE HOUH CLUB &Sf $$! Mrs Louie Sorge will'be host- *• •*->-MR to the Idle Hour Grandmoth- JOHN WARGO, No. 15 in Jhe picture, wasn't too easy a target fo* ihe Waribura Knijnw *", 1H "J2 ers club at her home Thursday down in ihe Homworoinfl 0ame last Saturday. Th 9 Peacock* woa the, gam* and the victory b»ll wiifc afternoon, Oct. 12, a 17-7 score, • : « ' '
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