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Musical comedy "Running Wild" Opens Thursday at high school The Fayette Chamber of Commerce musical comedy production "Running Wild" opens to- oight (Thursday) a* 8:1!) p. m. in : in. 1 Fayetle high school auditorium. Award certificates will be giv- - n to c ntrants in the "Vote for Me" contest Thursday night from Lamphit-r. Lind; tiie stage at I! p. m. The first and : i cnrid winners will he announced Friday night at I! p. m.. when Mayor Jack Heck will ward the certificates. There is something in the show '.or everyone, including the ' Snow White and the Seven Dwarf.-," scene by the children. Proceeds from the show will he used bv the Chamber of C'om- es Maine's Hist. & Archive* ' Iowa / | >•:; youn i.oy-. c'"oru : I 1 .ainp'.iicr. Mr, ' ^'\ Ml A a! i e • . " \V.." I'-im ii r. .lame • i 'nle c, p.-: Shirley M i Moor.' Nadeau. Linda (.'lark. I'ratiso. C'hai mim 1 , fires Clark. Linda Cull :•: Gai;e. Jerry Lvn I) !!' ' . S'lllolett"-: 1 iwer. Jerry I.VM Gage. Pegi'.y Ilofei chorus S!iirley Lanipiner. Linda ",'adcai:. L:n the Parents day Friday at Upper Iowa U >pcr Iowa univei'sity will 'luli: i!:; annual Parents' Da\ cele lira ion next Saturday, Oct. '2\. The parents of all student.-; on . ale jus have been i sued special invrations to attend by Dr. Ku:,en • K. Garbee, U.I.U. president. It 'gistration ter the i sent will :.et undi'rway at 10 a. m. in the 'ounge i,l i he X.inita K. Graf hall. Mother.-; of students will receive .'. special mum cors.ige, purchased by. the U.I.U. Parents' club. Lie annual meeting of the Pari nt:.' club will be held in the C. i'. Cole-grove audili riimi from 11 a. m. until noon, with Fred Swan: on of Chicago, president, pre- iding. Included on the agenda •.•/ill be the purchasing of a Hi ,nni camera and projector lo be donated lo the university and the election of officers. Dads of the Peacock football players will be introduced to t'.ie Parents' Day crowd jusl prior to the game with Diihuquc university at 1:30 p. m. Each father will have 1 a card bearing the same number as his son's football jersey and will, sit along the sidelines in special reserved seats. At halflime the Peackettes, the newly-formed girls' drill team of a year ago, will perform fin the PaYents' Day crowd. Also, a presentation to be made for the first time will be a U.I.U. pillow given to the mother who has traveled the greatest distance to attend the Parents' Day activities. Following the football game, all parents and friends are invit ed to attend open houses at both dormitories and the home of President and Mrs. Garbee. The day's activities will end with an informal record dance, sponsored by the Social Life committee in the Colgrove - Walker auditorium. The dance will begin at 8:30 p. m. Ilecky M irianii M'-rbno l',ian-o. Dian I.ni'l.i Laii'phaT. Mai|t i y. Ku ; M A'i!i' Ma \Vi'ideiee ; er. .lani M:,-v <•].,'. I :< el) -on. a ' i Ions' .fane -'oheiiian. ••!. lievky Mai lanne Merline icn: Mary n. Joyce '. 1'. •:.;:>• Ladervle Dilley. F.ve- Mm' r. i Moore, a CiaiU. Olson, ic Hen- ai y Jane Stem-man, < • '' -in I it-art Of NuitluMst Iowa's Scenic Wonderland Number 4 I owa Six Pages This Issue Whose Farm Is The Mystery Farm? Joyce' Clark. Jerry Lyn Dilley, Peggy llol'ei. Sims' childrei:: .Mi. 1 r,;ck', Want',.1 ilulb' rt S illv P. to be Speaker at local church The Kev. Hiirrv. Johnson will I .- Ib e-.'.ini.,-li.- t for the autumn evam'.e!i>! ic campaign at the \Ves- leyan Methi'dist church in Fayette. Oct. U" I! iMiU'.h Nov. a, ''tiie Kev. Kichard Jamieson announe-.. I'd today. Mr. Johnson i.-, an evangelisl of the WcsK'vnn Mcthodi.--! church t •I II -elu to J.ne.-:, hleen Van 'ixoo. Charles clinch. James amphcll, James •pe. I Van lluebi r I Kcnee Jelliiis 1 .-; Cardinal Homecoming Spoiled by one poinf 1'soe copy of mystery Farm picture lo. owner iV.r leaking identification The pi Seniors eligible For scholarships ef America, having preached in churches through"!.!! the mid we.-:!. He formerly was a pastor of Wesleyan churches in Wisconsin. Services will be held each evening except Saturday at 7::i() p. m. during the two week period. Music director for the campaign will be Rev. .Jamieson. Special music will cosnist of solos, duel:; and; quartets at each service. One point made the < between happim .,s and : the Fayelle high .school I in;; game last Friday m Cardinals lost a 7-li Ihe Postville club. After a poorly played first half. tin 1 Cardinals came hack in the second half and completely dominated the third quarter. Taking posses.,1011 of Ihe ball on their own s 'ven yard line, they drove the length (.1 the field, picking up seven first downs and then scoring from the four yard line. I,any Williams scored on an .•nd run on toe first play of the lourtii quarter. The try lor Ihe The renew Fayetl. Friday a free Senior students at Fayettc Community high school are eligible to compete for the 100 four- year scholarships offered by General Motors under i t c . National Scholarship Plan, according to Mrs. Lease, principal. The competition is open Lions club plans White elephant sale The Fayette Lions club is ( 0 again (his fall sponsoring !' while sale, will) the proceed: 1 , on their "sight-saving" and other (-(immunity young men and women who are elephant si high school seniors and United Io '»' IISP(I States citizens. Interested stu- program. dents must make application for proieets. both the'GM National Scholarship The while elephant sale will and the 'Scholastic Aptitude Test take place on the drive of the of College Boards. They may take Ear , e standard service station at the S. A. T. either December 2, 1961, or January 13, 1962. At least one GM award is offered in each state, the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico. High school seniors awarded scholarships under the GM Na- 7:30 p. m., Saturday, Oct. 28. The Lions club members will tour the town Friday evening, Oct. 27, to pick up any articles FHEE TICKETS firs* 50 subscribers who their Kubscrinlior.s 'o Hit 1 ' Leader on Thursduv or of lh!s week will receive liclce 4 (worth $1) to Iho Chamber of Ccmmerco musical comedy production "Running Wild". Buenneke \re-elected President of bank MAiYNAKD --•• Henry A. Buenneke was re-elected president of the Maynard Savings bank at ti.e stockholders annual meeting, Tuesday evening, Mel. H>. Other., n-elcct'ed were Paul A. Harrison, executive vice president; Paul A. 'l!in imcke, cashier; Don W. linen neke. Mr::, liuby P.ueimeke and Mr... liiilh Shadle, assislant cashier::. Directors elected were! Hiienneke, Harrison, Don neke, Karl Johns, in, Miehe and G The hire above was taken ,; a 'I'arin somewhere in Fayclte. -,i:,nly. m Ihe vicinity of the i,', n oi F.oyclle. The mystery f.irm pictures are ned by the Kay; 1 i i, • i 1111 • 11 • . t o t it.-: If Hie n\\ Her of ! Hi i 'd a i 10 Vc V, 111 Tin 11 series spons- le Leader f;M' many readers. I he Iai in pir - ..lop ill at the Leader office he will leceive free of charj'.e a T> X 7 I'Jo.:: V pi int. ol Ihe pictui e. Thi'i'i. 1 is nolliing to buy. All that is asked of Hie own.'!' is a little informal mil so that Hie farm picture may be idenh- !'ii ,1 I'll! till- /Jilljli.- tJlf (i»iliJH'illt! week. Peacocks Squeeze by Wesleyan Boys 4-H club officers For 1962 are elected Also'Climatology awards to Everett Rowland and Kenneth Sehroeder. Rodney Drewes, Fayette coun- tv Farm Bureau president, n l- e- sented awards given by the Farm lo: Roger Tope, Vnti^^n . James Maurer, Charles Judy Brownell, Carl Wag, James Frieden. Jarves Richard Foreman, La"nv and the Bethel Rams 4 H null 1 ribbon record booV- a- were presented to: Judy 1 r UJH M. (lary Brownell, i'.r. \MI.-||, Douglas Dr»'WP^, en Dr.'We--' Vaughn Drewes, Rf»h- . r! Campbell, James Frie.'lpn, (!:nv Gamier, James Harrison, R,-!iee Jelling*. David Jones, David Hii-.'hne. .James Koch, Rir^'Td Koester, James Maurer, Michael McCiiU. Bi'uce Mulford, Craig Nixon, BUI Nus, James Pioper. Fv- "r.'tt Uowland, Bill Sehafbuch, Kenneth SL-hrueder, Roger Tope, David Turner, David Van DeBerg, Kathleen Van DeBerg, Carl Wagner, Jr., Nancy Wagner, Charles Porter, Richard Brownell, Gary Brownell, Gary Gamier, Dean Rueber and Roger Tope. The First National banks of West Union and Oelwein presented breed champion trophies to James Foreman, Douglas Davis, Bernard Oakes, August Pagel, Allen Chensvold, Carl Wagner, Jr., . Vaughn Drewes, Robert Jennings and Gary Maurer. State Bank of Oelwein supplied a grand champion sheep trophy for Kldo Wolfgram. Leader's pins were presented by Albert Bodensteiner, extension council chairman, to Clifton Miller, Richard Rueber and Leslie. Anderson for five-years ,of(serv-,- . ice and ,Howard -'Jones" is ; to. re-. ii'.inal/ceive ia;_10;.ycar:.piri.'\ .'...'. •'. '••'.'.Clift Dorothye-Busching, county ex- .nd Olivia de H:\villnnil starred tension homo economist, present- it the movie adaptation 'of "llie ed '-'I Dare 'You" book/donated jlav, lor which Miss lie Havil- by Danforth Foundation, to James d received an academy award. Koch. Breed awards were presented to Bill Adams, Mary Jo Nabholz, Gary Brownell, David Jones, Terry Knickerbocker, Sandra Knickerbocker and Richard Brownell. /: 'lfie -Heiress x Comes From Broadway healer has. once i the Upper Iowa lleire:-s" is a drama two act:; by Hnth Goel/ and will be llii and '.!V on (hive - \Valkei auditorium Tin.- J>ioadwa\ version of y ( pencil at the Biltmoro Sep'omher -'.I. I'.HV, and 'or over a year. Wendy '•.•ter Cookson, and Basil " stai red' i : ; tin l,,.,i. - MonlL'oiiH' •nlly Julie Harris and Farley iii..!'i- played leading roles in •I.-vision production'. i.m I'Voscher, daughter . of M. Fro .e.her, Downers Grove, of Carolynne Bryant Rates high in merit Scholarship test tional Scholarship Plan may pur- that residents might want to contribute to the sale. President VJc "any" course of study and at- John Hofmeyer asks all Fayette tend any accredited college or residents to check their attics and any university. closets for any items that might Selection of award winners in be put up for sale. All articles ie GM National Plan is made should be placed on the cuib m , ., B ™,m nf leadintr educators front of the person s home I-ri- the _. by a group of leading educators representing various parts of the day country. This is the eighth year the National Scholarships have been offered by GM. Full details of the competition afternoon, and pickups will This is the eighth year be made between 4 and 7 p. m. Homemakers meet MAYNARD — Twenty are available in Mr. Capell's of- Bure-au'-Homemakers of' Smith- fice. . field township met Tuesday af- 10, II. A. Biien- Dr. O. C. aid Warlike. financial report for the fiscal year ending "(Jet. L 1«61, showed a substantial increase in the amount of business done during that period. Improvements during the ytar included a new marquee placed in front of the bank. No school Friday School will be dismissed on Thursday, Oct. 19, at 2::iO p. m. to make it possible for the teachers of the Fayette Community school to attend the two-d.iy convention of the Iowa State Education association in DCS Moines. School will resume at the regular time on Monday, Oct. 23. Second Scholarship Opportunity ternoon, Oct. 10, in the home of Mrs. Vcrn Paul for their regular General Motors offers other meetin g. Much of the time was scholarship" opportunities. Under iv(m ovcr lo I . epO rts of the sev- its College Plan, 305 four-year eral chairmen wno had attend- . college scholarships are awarded ed tho county workshop at Fay- P''"* e money in the annually by 182 colleges and uni- u the prccec i ing day where test which « vsrsities located in 50 states and t , instructed in the goals . The two entrants who will div- T ... » ft , L:_ A !!„* i»>^-j " ;*!,, (U., Cl\ lift,* r\,M'yn nr<» Hnrnln .1. Six contestants share Grid contest prizes Six contestants will MA VN AIM > C.-irolyiuii ant has bci n lionoi ed I'i'i lui'.h pei l.ii in.,nee on the Nat n> al MITII '. Icii'ilai'.-'liin Ou -i hi v i |e..t !'.!'. i II la I Spril!!'. at Wl ( Ynl i al ( 'oiiimlinil v be-.h : eho 1 n i e.-i I'.ml ion of this honor : hi ha-; re,-em d a formal let ler o commendal ion sinned by the pies idem of the Scholarship corporation and her principal Ji hn W. ' Kappmcver. These l-tlers of commendation provide tangible recognition of the student's high abilities. Kappmeyer has announced that Car' lynne i : one of approximately 2:"),000 in tin: United Stales so honored which is less than two per cent of all high school seniors. Those students .who do not qualify for the Merit scholarships, are considered for certain other scholarships that are offered through Ihe facilities of the corporation by sponsoring corporations, associations and individuals. Carolynno is the daughter of the Rev. and Mrs. Herbert L. Bryant, former pastor of the Emmanuel Methodist church, now living in Shaller. Tom Weinctte, son Mr-. Oscar Wemetle Spi ings. .loan Fruecht and Mis. .lolui c!u - ler Maiy Kill n Mct'urmicls li-r of Mr. and Mir.. I toy mick. Shellsburr;. Kalliy Long, daughter and Mi", flei.rge Long, Mr. and f Lime daughter of Mr. Dor- daugh- McCnr- of Mr. Coles- of Mrs. Uf nni . Lamport, son A Lamporl, Winlorset. I .f la ( iile : ., daughter of Mr. and i .h, • ph ( ides, Manchester. .1 Thomas Ham, .•'.nil of Mr. d Mr. John llam. Wiiilhrop. I'al Murphy, daughter of Mr. d Mi", llellifl'l M II I'ph.V, t 'al tell- (Id share the football con- which ended last .Saturday. V V »kiiv*v>- 1 ( i'»I V J VY*-»>- fi*it ~* *~~ *-• »r the District of Columbia. A list gct np for tho ypui . Interment at Grandview Mis.-; Vehna Older, (i(i, Fayette resident and of the participating colleges may maler i a i s for the local groups, be obtained from the principals L unc rt was served by the host office. Selection of award winners ess asg j s t e d by Mrs. Richard under the College Plan is made ^ratzke. by the respective colleges and . universities. Student* wishing to R . ^ of death be considered under this plan r should apply directly to the col- lilVJtvfev/uiti • . , r¥ |j w I'tiyiiiv . . ,....»v... >, ,.,..,» and handed itle the §5 lirst pme are Harold ,1. u ,.; ( . hl . l . i w |,o died Thursday eve- Johnson and Dan Lynch, both of ,,i, lf , a i Allen Memorial hospital, MAYNARD — Mr. and Mrs. lego bf thar choice. Awards un- D. W. Woods received word last ler both plans range from $200 week of the death of his mother, to $2 000 wr year depending on Mrs. Hattie Woods, 02, at Las An- and the second pri/.e wi the student's needs. ^^ Calif. _She formerly lived missed five „, lhe games . Fayette. Those who will share the second prize of $2 are Bill Prochaska, Ron Warf, Dennis Dilley, and Gary Nehls, all of Fayette. Tho first, prine ^winners missed on four of the 20 games listed, winners was buried Saturday afternoon at Grandview cemetery in Fayelle following funeral services in Wa survivors Frank, m- of This" fail" r.flSo'students will be at Volga. Other ySTSS^J&'&VS- SSSJSSS^^r^ up their pri. money at the Fay- lejg ani National Plans- ter Alice, of Los Angeles, ette Leader office. Birthday club to meet The October Birthday club will meet Wednesday, Oct. 25, with Mrs. Lori-US'. Wilke. There will be a pot luck dinner ill noon for which Mrs. Wilke will furnish Each of the, winners may pick ]n(1 , it lo . lt Doll < Jl oVe I I i,.I the I'eaeock |..-n ''.,' fill -I p:-|'io ! Ill leyan drive and pre lory. I he I'eaei el: ' '."ill home af.ain llu • Sal n .on as they ho"t I )u Fayetle hif.li school United Nations clay In Methodist church lolho Ii: I-, Will I 2\> to devote ", ..nd praver In I o.l Nalions. "in human terms, I he United Nations is our best hone il we are going to survive as a race on this planet," Bishop F. Cera' ' F.nslcy of De. 1 : Moiiies leld pastors in calling for a stale-wide observance of World Order Sunday. "In these next few weeks we may he making a decision as to whether we fire going I" survive as a race on this planet. If you can commend this cause (of the Uniled Nalions) in good eonsci i nee lo our people you will have done much to further Ihe Kingdom." The Iowa Methodist -.ih.se/rvance of World Order Sunday will b'.- a part of a general Protestant movement under the direction of the National Council of Churca- All ol Ihe cast except Miss s, a freshman student, have n pai I in previous Upper Ill- student productions. Secretary, assistant resign From Telephone Co. Mi.s Anna Wilson, who has b M n secretary of the Fayette (Voids 1 Mutual Telephone Co. fur Ihe past 11! years, and man- Low Warren, publisher of the Oelwein Daily Register, will speak a 1 , the U. N. meeting lo be held at the Farm Bureau building on Oct. 24. His subject will be "Holding back o world holocaust.' i"or of the local office, i;,i.; wiel;. The assistant secretary, Mr:;. I la/el Finch, also resigned, according to Frank Woods, president of the company. Both women will remain on the job until tin- end of the month. lcl Harlan 4-H club meets " MAYNARD — The Harlan Livestock 4-H club held its October meeting at the Community hall, recently. Jerry Jellings gave a demonstration on "Pulling Nails and Spikes". The rating on last year's record books showed there were four which receive/l purple ribbons, four received blue, five white and three hooks i.!id not place. Clarence Clark was chosen as the new leader with Louis Garnier a.<; the assistant. To host Masonic families * To present recital Mrs. David Hamilton will present her grade school and junior high pupils in a piano recital, resigned Sunday, Oct. 22, at 3 n. m., in the sanctuary of the First Methodist church. Tin. 1 program will include Cindy Ncf'/ger, Susan Aanes, M~ri- ann Nadeau, Eileen Bonjour, Janice Stoneman, Marjorie Henry, Nunc.-y Dickinson, Dennis S an- nard, Janice Stannard, Diane Pattison, Cindy Aldcrson and Steve Curtis. The public is cordially invited to attend. the Raccoon season opens Raccoon hunting starts at n ion, Saturday, Oct. 21. The season or.-ts at midnight, February 28, 1962, and the entire state is t n with no bag or possession limit. Ra.ceoon may be taken by any legal hunting method. The trapping season for ric- eoon runs from midnight Nov. 1, until midnight, Feb. 28, 1002. Most raccoon hunting is done with dogs and every good night throughout the hunting season, es. The World Order message The Fayette Chapter Order of the lowlands of Iowa will ring of the National Council calls for Fasti.ru Star will be host to^all; with the bay ol' hounds. The Masonic families at a pot..jttqkV-'beH" of the coon Hng is •» Irije- inn.M at 7 p. m. on Thursday, Womo sound but it's music to the Oct. li), at the Masonic Temple, c-ars of thousands of sportsmen There will be a very~ : Jshort >' ' ' "'"""'""" " ! " Kt ° y\u Hie building "as rapidly as pus sible, a body of world law und effective international courts" within the framework oi the Unil- w'ho have birthdays ed Nations "or closely allied to in October are cordially invited, it." , ? who spend many sleepless nights meeting and a social hour in pursuit of their favorite quar- will follow. ' : • ry.