Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on October 26, 1961 · Page 1
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Fayette, Iowa
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Thursday, October 26, 1961
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Des Pf..; Moincs, The Heart Of Northeast Iowa's Scenic Wonderland Volume 47, Number 43 Thursday, October 26, 1961, Fayette, Iowa Eight Pages This Issue MAYOR JACK BECK presented certificates to the winners of the "Vote for Me" contest which was run hi conjunction with the "Running Wild" show last week. In the picture above he is shown presenting the cash award to the winner, Toni Gane. son of Mr. and Mrs. Levi Gage. The second place winner, DeLo:3 Vandersee. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Don Vandersee, was not pictured. The first and second prizes were $5 and S3 respectively. Each contestant received a certificate. — Photo by Scott Lebin Pancakes and white elephant sale Take top billing this Saturday Pancakes for 50 cents, and a car cording to Legion Commander to be auctioned off will be the Larry Farley. Everyone is in- attractions in Fayette, Saturday, vited to attend. Oct. 28. The "white elephant sale" will The pancake supper, to be held begin at 7:30 p. m. at Earle's Stanin the Legion hall, will be spon- dard station. Auctioneer services sored by the local American Le- will be donated by John Thiele gion Post. The car will be one of Maynard. of the items included in the The main attraction of the sale "white elephant sale" sponsored will undoubtedly be a 1952 Ramby the Fayette Lions club. bier, furnished by Knief Ram- Serving of pancakes and saus- bier Sales of Oelwein, through age will begin at 5 p. m., and will the efforts of Arnold Heth of continue until all are served, ac- Fayette. The car has a straight — —.---,- : - ; -^ ; ._ ; ..... ,--__,... transmission and overdrive, and may be seen at Earle's station PAiir rnntodrnntc until solcL Tnc "iocai Lions club I UUI lUlliCdIUIIIa will receive 25 per cent of the amount the car sells for. Melvin Holtzman, chairman of the project, asks that all residents who have articles to donate' Both sexes broke into the win for the sale place them on thV' column of'the football contest this curb in front of their home 'byj week as four candidates share the 4 p. m., Friday. Pickups will be' prize money. made between 4 and 7 p. m., Fri- Hoger Burns of Fayette is the day evening. big winner, taking the $5 first Proceeds from the pancake sup- prize with only two wrong guess- per will be used to repair the es. . roof of the Legion hall, and pro- The $2 second prize will u> div- ceeds frcm the "white elephant ided between three contestants, sal °" wl11 bc used on tnc Lions Phyllis Homewood, Jan Prpchas- sight-saving project and other ka and Tom Schmidt, all of Fay- community projects. ette, and all of-whom missed only ; three games! - . Another in the weekly series of Mino ctlmantc noon football contests sponsored by the I'll"** alUUCIlia IICCU Leader and 12 Fayette merchants appears in this issue., Entry blanks may be obtained from any of the sponsors, and must be de- . ....... posited by 5 pVm.vFriday,\in-Uhe >[ With ? the ;•:' assistance of; the, business place of an>of'the spon-P.T.A. mothers, each student in sors or in the mail. the Fayette Community school from grades one through 12 was Training sessions x - * iven a vision examination on Counfy 4-H girls hold Mother - daughter tea .'inn 4-n fnen.'s present. Beverly Morse, presented by M. C. Wangs county 411 president, and Mrs. county extension director, to on which Moise Fayvlle county 4-II girls held of her trip to the state 4-H con- t!io:r ^annual Mother - Daughter vention, and pre - convention .'I'var.Is t.-.-a Saturday, with over workshop. m 'inbers, mothers and The Award of the Clover was ;sness, t .o Mrs. Marvin Ingch. county 4-H club Leo SirnVsonrMrsV Lyle Kuhensi (t.minittee chairman, presided Mrs. Carroll Turner, and Mrs. Joe '''"'•' 'h' 1 program. Langerman, in recognition of Mi s Mari Kuwahara, a stu- their many years of service to rlcr.t at L:pp?r Iowa university, 4-H club work. .spoke to Die group on her child- Beatrice Brannon received the hood exm rieiices in Japan. Jane 4-H achievement award for all Copp gave an account of her trip around achievement in 4-H club to the state conservation camp work. Judy Palmer received the this past summer, and Beatrice leadership award in recognition Brannon reported to the group of her efforts and leadership in tin- slate leadership camp, the Fayette county 4-H program. vim held in July. Beverly Judy also received the book "I related some experiences !)are You", presented by the •_...-.-.:. i Danforih Foundation to outstanding young men and women. The canning and freezing award, was presented to Linda Niles and the foods and nutrition award was presented to Annette Meyer. Lorraine Koch received the home economics award in recognition of Boys eight and nine years of her all around home economics age, who are interested in join- record. ing Cub Scout Pack No. 31 of Becky Truesdell received the Fayette are invited to attend the reading award presented by the first monthly Pack meeting of the Farm Bureau women to the 4-H fall season on Oct. 29 in the Fay- Rir i who had read the most books ette high school gym. The meet- during the past year. Judy Simp- ing Will start promptly at 7 p. m. son was rcc ognized as "Reporter Many of the Cubs will be re- O f the Year" for her outstanding The Fayette County 4-II dairy ceiving awards this month for work as a 4-H club news reporter Judging team composed of Roj;- achievements they have accomp- this past year. Recognition pins e;- Decker, Gary Garnii r, Dan- lished during the summer months, were presented to Judy Langer- Local dairy Cub scout pack Resumes meetings Places high ny Thies and Kenneth Schroeder, according to Cubmaster Roger was high team in Milking Short- Bowen. horn judging at the Dairy Cat'ie 71,,, i| u ,, Congress in Waterloo last week. ,.(., Gary Gamier was eighth high " '. in individual judging, and the keeping r nvnminntinnc Lye tiAUIIIIIIUI lUllb ' For 4-H leaders Approximately 500 students The first of three meetings to were screened, using the Sncllen be held for training in home E chart. Of those students screen- furnishings for 4-H leaders will ed - ll was found that nmc scored be Oct. 30 at 10 a. m. at the coun- 2 °- 40 or greater. Letters recom- ty extension office in Fayette. mending a professional examma- Dorothye E. Busching, county tion have been sent to the par- extension home economist, stated ents ° f these rune students. that in additon to 4-H leaders, all Failure to list a student on tnis women who have helped in judg- follow-up list does not neeessar- ing 4-H achievement shows or ilv mean the , chlld does not havc will be interested in doing so this visual problems — especially coming year are invited to attend, near-sightedness and astigmatism All attending are asked to — but onl y a professional exam- bring sack lunches, and coffee mation can detect all problems. will be furnished at noon. Top- c 1 ... ' . j ics to be discussed during the rayette county second day include the personal devel- Four county Farm Bureaus opment of 4-H girls, how 4-H were named winners Oct. 18 in home furnishings project can aid the county fair exhibit contest in this development, recognizing for 1961 by the Iowa Farm Bur- beauty around us and learning eau. to appreciate it, and methods for Muscatine county placed first organizing personal possessions with Fayette second. Davis and more effectively. Jefferson counties tied for third. MOST'OF THE. CAST WAS ON STAGE when the top picture was taken during the -show "Running Wild" presented by the Fayette Chamber of Commerce last Thursday and Friday. .Those in the center of the picture.with speaking parts were, left fo right: V. M. Borchert as the maid Matilda. Maurice Stoneman as Chuck Chamberlain (alias Mrs. Van Dyne), Dayna Dumermulh as Shirley, and Jack Beck as Will I." Prof fit. Mrs, Max Shaffer, who headed the League of Marching Mothers is at the right..'-Two of the Marching Mothers were Mrs. Maurice Stoneman at the left and Mrs. Jack Beck behind Miss DumermuJh. .Others in the picture aro dancers, newsboys, firemen and cops. The lower picture shows one of the scenes with Matilda at the left, Mrs. Van Dyne, Scoit Lebin as Spider, and Gaylen Bierbcwer as the Shadow. ,' : . — Photo by Scoit Lebin Upper Iowa Peacock Roll over Dubuque man and Linda Niles for their bread demonstration which went for this month is to the slate fair, and to Ellen and Hollow Land" and in Lorraine Koch for their dairy with the theme, Dens 1 demonstration which represented , , -, - , „ .,, . . , ., ,.„. tayette county at the Waterloo team ranked seventh in tne over- ami 2 will present two skits, 'Rip Dairy Cattle Congress all contest. The Black Hawk Van Winkle and lehabod Crane." , „ . " county team won the contest. Parents are also invited to at- Tho l°U™™& 4-H members re- Those receiving production tend the meeting. contest awards were David Jones, • Kenneth Schroeder, Gary Gar- Liens conference at nier, Duncan Gross, Paul Clark, _ . c J Paul Grafenberg and Kathleen Uelwein on Sunday Van DoBcrg. Aubrey D. Green of York, Ala., Richard Foreman, of Stanley, second vice president of Lions won first and third in the senior International, will be the fcatur- for their outrecords: Nancy Grimes, Barbara Mulford, Gloria Dobbs, Annette Meyer, Judy Mann, Beverly Morse, Judy Langerman and Sandra Lauer. Three 4-H members, Barbara e<l -neaker at the Lions District Mulford. Iva Feller and Beatrice (>-/>, fall conference to be held Brannon, were recognized for yearling class with his Ayrshire. i'j| 1,111 v, mill, iviiv-v. i w tj*~ j 11~ it* . , He also won a belt in showman- Sunday Oct 2!) at the Elks club tneir poultry projects, and Judy in Oelwein.' " ' ' James, Kathy Adams and Bea„....' .... . . „ trice Brannon were recognized Registration will begin at i p. fo ,. thejr den jccts m, followed by forums at 3 p.m. Following the programi the ship. Bernard Oakes placed red and white with his Guernseys. Placings in the Holstein heifer calf class were: Gary Brownell. and a social hour at 4:30 p. m. program, gueyts were invited to a tea table " fr .. . . . . . . . . £)Uv.>Jiovvv*iv;j,*iv4ii;i4 \,\j *i bWu ttlUiC red; Roger Decker, red; David The evening banquet is scheduled decoraled and P i anned bv tne Jones, first and blue; Terry jit Op. m followed by an address county 4 _ R officers M rs Merle Knickerbocker, sixtn and blue; by Mr Green. Bovis. Mrs. Marvin Tn^i* nnH The Upper Iowa university Peacocks continued on their winning ways Saturday afternoon, scoring a 16-7 victory over a strong Dubuque university club. The Peacocks now have a 4-1 conference record. A 43-yard field goal off Mike Eischeid's talented toe opened the scoring in the first period for the Peacocks. A pass from Clark Campbell to Ron Herdliska in the second period was good for a seven-yard touchdown, and Mike Scott plunged over from the one-yard line in the final period for the other T.D. The only Dubuque score came in the second period as the result of an intercepted pass deep in Peacock territory. The outstanding line play of the Peacocks held the Dubuque club to only 102 yards on the ground and only eight first downs. Saturday the Peacocks will travel to Central for another conference tilt. Craig Nixon, white. Other plat- ings with Holsleins were Kenneth Schroeder, sixth and red; David at the annual convention in At- J.-nc.s, blue; and Terry Knieker- lantic City, N. J., last June. Bovis, Mrs. Marvin Ingels and bocker, red. The county group placed seventh and red. mi. OIL-..-H w-ih CIUL-IL-U bwunu Miss Bevorly Morse poure d. •e president of the organization * Kitchen tour planned A kitchen tour, sponsored by Returned for burial Box social and bazaar Planned at Lima church The Lima Ladies' Cemetery as- Receives broken leg Donald Ray Sieck, three and one-half year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Don Sieck, living southeast of Fayette, had the misfortune to have his leg broken between the knee and ankle when a gate fell on him while he was playing with other children at the Robert Steinbronn home, Tuesday after- The ashes of the late Mrs. Ross L. Finm.'v (Carrie Mitchell) were returned to Fayette Friday, for burial in the family lot at Grandview cemetery. Dr. and Mrs. sociation are planning a box soc- Theodore Finney of Pittsburg, ial and bazaar, and also a pro- Pa and Dr . Ross L. Finney, Jr., of gram at the Lima church Salur- u,i^ing, Mich., accompanied the day evening, Nov. 18. remains to Fayette. At the annual meeting of the cemetery association of the Lima church Thursday evening, election of officers was held. Those the cooperative extension serve held Wednesday, Nov. tour, which is open to the public, will start at 9:30 a. m., and three kitchens in the Fayette arei will be visited in the morn- group will return to the office at noon for sack and coffee. After lunch the tour group is scheduled to visit the lumber yard in Maynard and three kitchens in the Mayn- Thore will be a Chamber of ard area. Commerce dinner meeting at Included in the kitchens viewed C. of C. DINNER MEETING Trail ride Sunday The Volga River Riders will hold their delayed invitational fall trail ride Sunday, Oct. 29, with pot luck dinner at 11:30 a. m. at the O. W. sale barn in Wadena. The ride will start promptly at 12:30 p. m., rain or shine. elected were: President, Mrs. Pete _,_,,_._,, Jelberg' vice pros Mrs. Walk- Lucy s Garden of Eaten Thursday on the tour will be three new and er Briggs- secretary Mrs. Clyde evening, Nov. 2. This will be the three remodeled kitchens, and McFarlane- treasurer, Mrs. Ray last meeting before the election, three farm and three town kit h- Potlcr directors Mrs. Donald AU local merchants and their ens. Names of the homes which Orr, Mrs. John Kuhens, Mrs. wives are Ur 9 ed *° ««end at 7 p. will be visited will be announced Ralph Schuety and Mrs. Gladys «"; next week. Lockard. • A committee of men, Donald Orr, John Kuhens, Ben Davis and Alfred Stearns, were appointed to :;oe about the repair of the road through the cemetery that the recent rains had washed out. Cardinal winning streak Halt; lose to Sumner The loss of two regulars, Ron Maxson and Randy Van Bogart, apparently put a large size crimp in the Fayette winning power as the Cardinals lost their second game of the season Saturday night to a comparatively weak opponent, Sumner. The Cardinals seemed to be headed for a conference championship or at least a share of the title as they thoroughly trounced two of their opponents and won spectacular, decisions in two other games. But suspension of the two boys on Homecoming eve apparently left a big mark on the team spirit MIKE EISCHEID wat carrying the mall for the Upper Iowa Peacocks when the above picture wa» and their prospects now are more taken Saturday afternoon. -The Peacock! lowwed the boom on a •tronsJJiUveritty 0 * pubuquo team for a .500 season. wtth a WiTicore The Peacock* travel to Cwitral thi« Saturday tor another conference game. In the fiame at Sumner, the lo- wwn a «•/.www, ' —Photo by Scott Lebin cal boys were held to only 16 yards on the ground, besides an 85-yard kick-off return by Ken Butters that gave the Cardinals their only score. Mike Gaynor kicked the point in the 13-7 loss. The Sumner Aces scored in each of the first two quarters, on a 35-yard run by Bill Nauholz and an eight-yard pass to Bill Meyer. In the extremely rough action, Butters received a bump on the head that caused loss of memory, and sat out part of the game. Speedster Larry Williams was out of the lineup during the second half due to a cut over one eye, which required four stitches. The next game for the Cardinals will be Friday night at Valley High, and the final game will be against West Central next Friday night on the home field. MARI KUWAHARA, .Upper Iowa unlveriily student from Jansn ill pictured above as the spoke at the 4-H Mother . Daughter banquet last Saturday afternoon. At the left in the picture is Beverly Morse,, county fllrj» 4-H president, and in the center is Dorothy* Bulchtng. county extension home economist

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